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TWENTY-FOURTH YEAH OF PUBLICATION. 



THE 



CANADIAN ALMANAC, 



AND 













FOE THE TEAR 



18.71, 



BEING THE THIRD AFTER LEAP YEAR. 



CONTAINING PULL AND AUTHENTIC COMMERCIAL, STATISTICAL, ASTRONOMICAL, 
DEPARTMENTAL, ECCLESIASTICAL, EDUCATIONAL, FINANCIAL, AND 

GENERAL INFORMATION. 



THB ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE EXPRESSLY TOR THIS PUBLlCATIOlf 
AT THB MAGNETIC OBSERVATORY IN TORONTO. 




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DOMINION OF CANADA. 

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CNITED STATES OF AMERICA W. K. TUNIS, DETROIT, MICH. 

C PP> Clark 4k Co.. Printer*, 17 & 19 Kiny Street East, Toronto. 



. THE CANADIAN ALMANAC, 



FOR THE YEAR 1871. 



Chronological Cycles. 



Golden Number 10 

Epact 9 

Solar Cycle 4 



Dominical Letter A 

Koman Indict ion 14 

Julian Period .. 6584 



Epochs* 



The year 5632 of the Jewish Era begins Sept. 16 1871 

The year 1283 of the Mahometan Era begins March 23 1871 



The 35th of Queen Victoria s Reign bedns June 20.. 1871 
The 96th of the Indep. of the D. 8. be-ins July 4 1871 



Fixed and Moveable Festivals and Anniversaries. 



Ash Wednesday Feb 22 

St. David March 1 

St. Patrick March 17 

Lady Day March 25 

Easter Sunday April 9 

St. George -April 23 

Holy Thursday May 19 



Birth of Queen Victoria M iy 24 

WhitMiuday May 28 

Midsumnier Uay June 24 

Michaelmas Day Sept. 29 

Birth of Prince of Wales Nov. y 

St. Andrew Nov. 30 

CHRISTMAS Dec. 20 



Explanation of the Articles of the Calendar. 

These pages are calculated for Toronto, Quebec, Fredericton, and Halifax, and for ordinary purposes will serve with 
sufficient accuracy for every city in the Dominion of Canada. 

The times of the SUN S RISING AND SETTING are given for the upper limb, and are corrected for refraction for Toronto, 
Quebec, Fredericton and Halifax. 

The civil times both for the rising and setting of the Moon s centre are given for every day for Toronto, Quebec, 
Fredericton, and Halifax. 

The column SUN ON MERIDIAN gives the time that a watch should shew when the shadow of a sun dial is en the 
noon mark. 

MOON S AGE. This column shews to the nearest tenth of a day the Moon s age at Toronto Noon. 

The column, MOON ON THE MERIDIAN, gives the mean time at which the moon s centre passes the meridian of longi 
tude 4 h 46 m. W. When in the column headed Moon s rising or setting or Moon on meridian the letters A.M. occur, 
unaccompanied by any number, they denote that the numbers given for the succeeding days relate to the morning, 
and those for the preceding diys to the afternoon, but that the Moon does not rise or set or cross the meridian (as the 
ease may be) on that day. 

The MOON S MERIDIAN ZENITH DISTANCES are given to the nearest tenth of a degree for a point in latitude 45 and 
longitude 4 h. 46 m. W. They are not corrected for parallax or refraction. 

The column, UPPER TRANSIT 07 POLE STAR shews for every day the mean time at which the Pole Star mates its upper 
transit across the meridian of longitude 4 h. 46 m. W. It passes in the morning from April 9 to October 9, and in the 
afternoon for the rest of the year. On October 9 there will be a second transit, occurring at lib. 55m. 14s. p.m. 

The time at which the lower transit of the Pole Star occurs may be found by adding 11 h. 58 m. 2 s. to the time of itg 
preceding upper transit. 

The six last columns will serve with sufficient accuracy for the whole of Canada. 

From the time of the upper transit of the pole star may be found the time of its greatest western or eastern elonga 
Won, by adding or subtracting the constants given in the annexed Table. 





42 


43 


44 


45 


46 


47 


48 


49 


50 


Constant 


h in s 
5 53 49 


,li in h 
5 53 38 


h m s 
5 53 26 


h m s 
5 53 14 


h m s 
5 53 2 


h m 8 
5 52 49 


h m s 
5 52 36 


h m B 
5 52 22 


h m g 

5 52 8 























MOON S PHASES. This Table gives the times for the four meridians when the moon passes the geocentric longitudes 
of 0, 90, 180, and 270 east of the sun. It gives also the times of her greatest and least distance from the earth. 

TWILIGHT. In this table are given the times at which twilight begins in the morning and ends in the evening, f. ., 
the times when the sun s centre is 18 below the horizon. 

GREATEST ELONGATION OP THE POLE STAR. This column gives the greatest azimuth of the Pole Star east or west from 
the meridian as observed at a place in latitude 45. When the greatest elongation corresponding to any other latitude 
is required, the number given in the column should be corrected by means of the following table. 




Degrees of Latitude 


42 


43 


44 


45 


46 


47 


48 


49 


50 


1st Correction for Degrees 


5 58" 


V 5" 


2 5" 


V 0" 


+2 12" 


+4 32" 


+6 59" 


+9 34" 


+12 18* 


2nd Correction for each minute 
of latitude 


+ 1.9" 


+ 2.0" 


+ 21" 


+ 2.2" 


+ 2.3" 


+ 2.5" 


+ 2.6" 


+ 2.7" 





[2] 



1871.] 



THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 



Thus for latitude 43 20 ...lst correction = 4 5" 

" 47 40 ... " " = + 4 32" 

45 10 ... " " = 0" 



The 1st correction for tue degrees of latitude is to be subtracted from the greatest elongation given in the calendar, 
or added to it, according as the degrees of latitude are less or greater than 45. 

The 2nd correction, which is always additive, is found by multiplying the number giveu in the third line of tb* 
table by the number of minutes in the latitude. 

2nd correction + 2.0 X 20 = -f 40" 
" " + 2.5 X 40 = + 1 40" 

" " + 2.2 X 10 = + 22" 

i PLANETS. The times of rising and setting of the five chief planets are calculated for Toronto, and are corrected 
for refractiou. The times of culmination, although computed for the meridian of Toronto, will serve approximately for 
the whole of Canada. The 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 45. 

When the planetary day is shorter than the mean solar day, and commences goon 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. From analogous causes a planet will sometimes rise twice or set twice in the same civil day. When two culmina 
tious occur ia the same day, or two risings or settings, the times of both are registe^d. 

Star Table* 

From the times of the upper transit of the Pole Star may be derived, with the aid of the following table, the times of 
culmination, and of the rising and setting of the principal fixed stars, as seen from the paralltl of 45 north latitude. 

To ascertain when any star found in the following table will be on the meridian, add the number in the left-hand 
tolumn of figures to the preceding meridian transit of the pole star given in the calendar. To find the time of rising 
of a star, subtract the number opposite to it in the right-hand column of figures from the time of its meridian p;. 

For the setting of a Star, add the same number to the time of its meridian passage. Those stars marked ( ) revolve 

in a ciicle of perpetual apparition, and do not rise or set at places in and to the north of latitude 45. 



NAJIE OF STAR. 


On 

Meridi ii 


Rises | 
and Sets 


NAME OF STAB. 


On 
Meridi n 


Rises 
aud Sets 




h m 
22 46 
22 51 
23 18 
23 21 


h m 
8 9 
6 59 


f Leonis 


h m 
9 
9 42 
10 29 
11 14 
12 5 
12 29 


h m 

7 27. 

7 "2 

4 20 
5 16 








f3 Leonis 


& n i t 


j3 Corvi 




a Virginus (Spica) 




36 
48 
1 43 
2 3 
3 16 
3 55 
3 56 
4 6 
4 13 
4 17 
4 21 
4 36 
5 27 
5 41 
6 14 
6 20 
6 25 
8 08 
8 48 


7 25 
7 38 
6 13 


t) Ursce Majoris 






12 56 
13 37 
13 56 
14 15 
14 24 
14 44 
15 7 
15 54 
16 13 
16 39 
17 18 
18 30 
19 22 
20 
20 10 
20 44 
21 35 
21 43 


7 2S 


Ceti 


/3 Ursse Minoris 




j3 Librse 


5 23 
8 2 
6 26 
4 37 
4 2 
7 


Tauri fAldebarfin) ... 


7 7 

5 25 

8 10 
5 57 
5 54 
3 9 
6 29 
4 50 
3 46 
8 34 
6 21 
8 9 
5 26 
6 51 


a Coronas Borealis 






$ Orionis (R.iirel) 


(3 Scorpii 


3 Tauri 


a Scorpii (Antares) 




a Herculis 




fi Draconis 




y Draconis 






a Lyras (Vega) 
a Aquiloe (Altair) 


9 31 
6 33 
11 32 








&v Geuiinorum (Castor} . 


a Cephei 


y Canis Minoris (Procyon) 


ft Aquarii 


5 34 
5 55 
3 36 
7 


a Aquarii 


a Hydra; 






a Pegasi (Markab) 



i ^ " - - - - -,...._ 

Table, 

Shewing the Illuminated Portions of the Discs of Yenus and Mars. 


1871. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


1870. 


I Venus. 


Mars. 


January 
February 
Mar, a.... 
>, ril 
1 


15. 
14. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 











989 
962 
921 
854 
765 
648 











916 
958 
999 
969 
913 
883 


July 

August.... 
September 
October ... 
November 
December 


15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
16. 










507 
307 
041 
108 
372 
545 










878 
886 
901 
919 
937 
954 



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4 



THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 



[1871, 



Eclipses 

In the year 1871 there will be two Eclipses of the Sun, and two of the Moon. 

I. A partial eclipse of the Moon, January 6, 1871, partly Tisible in Canada. 

The following Table giTes the local mean astronomical time at which the seTeral phases oc^ir at Tarious stations. 



PHASE. 


Halifax. 


Freder~ct n 


Quebec. 


Montreal. 


Kingston. 


Toronto. 


London. 


Ft. Garry. 


First contact with Penumbra . ... \ 
First contact with shadow / 


h. m. 
Before 


h. m. 
the moon 


h. m. 

rises 


h. m. 
Moon 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h- m. 


Middle of Eclipse 


5 2 


4 52 


4 32 


risiair. 


Before the 










6 32 


6 22 


6 2 


5 52 


5 40 


5 29 


5 21 


4 1* 


Last contact with Penumbra 


7 51 


7 41 


7 21 


7 11 


6 t9 


6 48 


6 40 


5 37 



The first contact with the shadow occurs at 138 from the northernmost point ofthe Moon s limb towards the eas; 
th last contact at 127 towards the west, in each case for direct image. Magnitude of the Eclipse (Moon s diameter=l ) 
0.688, 

II. An annular eclipse of the San, June 17, 1871, inyisible in Canada. 
III. A partis! eclipse ofthe Moon, July 2, 1871, inTisible in Canada. 
IV. A total eclipse ofthe Sun, December 11, 1871, inTisible in Canada. 



TABLE SHEWING THE AVERAGES OF CERTAIN METEOROLOGICAL QUANTITIES. 

[From obserTations at the Magnetic ObserTatory.] 





Barometer, 
aTerage of 28 
years. 


Temperature, 
aTerage of 29 
years. 


Result t direc 
tion of Wind, 
from 21 years. 


Resultant Telo 
city of Wind, 
from 21 yearg. 


Mean Telocity 
of Wind, aTer- 
aee of 21 years. 


Clouded Sky, 
aTerage of 16 
years. 


Amount of 
Kain, aTerage 
of 28-29 years. 


Days of Rain, 
aTerage of 29 
years. 


Amount of 
Snow, aTerage 
of 26 years. 


Days of Snow, 
averuge of 29 
years. 


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A a 

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Is 

H as 


Days of Rain 
and Snow. 




29-6451 


o 
22-94 




N. 78 W. 


3-06 


8-14 


0-72 


in. 
1-175 


4-38 


in. 

15-96 


13-59 


in. 

2-771 


17-97 




6321 


22-95 


N. 69 W. 


3-10 


8-53 


72 


0-965 


417 


18-35 


12.07 


2-800 


16-21 


M arc h 


5989 


29-85 


N.57W. 


331 


880 


P2 


1-629 


6-38 


10-15 


9-69 


2-644 


16-07 




5967 


40-99 


N. 17 W. 


2-02 


8-12 


60 


2400 


9-83 


2-59- 


3-66 


2-659 


13-49 


Mity 


6717 


51-41 


N. 11 W. 


1-66 


C-77 


55 


3-375 


11-97 


008 


0-41 


3-383 


12-38 




5747 


61-53 


N. 61 W. 


0-77 


6-15 


52 


2-741 


11-38 


... 


007 


2-741 


11-45 


Julv 


5990 


67-38 


N. 68 W. 


0-68 


496 


49 


3351 


10-38 






3-351 


10-38 




6230 


66-09 


N. 68 W 


1-04 


5-19 


48 


2-970 


10-79 




... 


2-970 


10-7 9 




6623 


57-93 


N. 55 W. 


1-08 


5-48 


49 


3-682 


11-28 






3-682 


11-28 


October 


6487 


45-76 


N. 57 W. 


1-72 


6-05 


61 


2473 


1252 


0-88 


1-76 


2-561 


14-28 




6131 


36-86 


N. 78 W. 


2-52 


7-51 


75 


3089 


10-21 


2-97 


6-38 


3386 


16.59 




6534 


25-93 


N. 75 W. 


3-14 


8-52 


74 


1.619 


562 


1435 


13.45 


3-054 


19-7 




























Year 


29-6192 


44-13 


N. 61 W. 


1-87 


6-94 


0-61 


29-469 


108-91 


65-33 


61-08 


36-002 


169-99 


























M 



Magnetic Observatory, Toronto* 

Latitude, 43. 39 4 North. Longitude, 79. 23 .2 West, or 5 hours, 17 minutes, 33 seconds Slow of Greenwich Time. 

Election aboTe Lake Ontario, 108 feet. Approximate Elevation aboTe the Sea, 342 feet. 
The ObserTatory is in charge of Prof. KuraSTOW, and three Assistants. 



TTte publishers of the Canadian Almanac, in issuing their annual volume for 1871, gratefully 
acknowledge the favour -with -which it has been universally received during the past twenty -four yeats 
tf its existence ; their constant effort has been to make it an indispensable hand-book for the year. 
Since its commencement, the Almanac has been enlarged from ninety-six to one hundred and forty 
.pages, while the price Ms remained the same. The edition for this year is equal to the large editions 
hitherto obtained, offering the most desirable medium for advertising in the Dominion. To the contri- 
butors of the. Canadian Almanac we beg respectfully to tender our sincere thanks for the invariable 

tourtesy and,. attention repeated. 

COPP, CLARK & Co., Printers & Publishers, 

17 & 19 KING STREET EAST, TORONTO. 

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20 



THE PLANETS. 



[1871. 



NAME OF 

I LANET. 


JANUARY IST. 


JANUARY HTH. 


JANUARY 21sT. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 

Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
8 08 a 
11 10/7 
245/> 
701-a 
527 p 


h m 
030/7 
5240 
1026? 
1126o 
107o 


h m 
451/7 
11 34 a 
611 a 
350/7 
8 44 a 




68.3 
43.0 
22.4 
67.6 
23.3 


h m 
8 13 a 
1047/7 
202p 
6 27 a 
445^9 


h m 
044 jo 
4 56 a 
942/? 
1051 a 
026 a 


h m 
515/> 
11 03o 
5260 
316/> 
8 03 a 


o 

66.5 
44.0 
22.5 
67.6 
23.3 


h m 
811 a 
1020/? 
1 20p 
552o 
404/7 


h m 
057/> 

426 
859/7 
10 17 a 

1141/7 


h m 
542/> 
10 30 a 
4 44 a 
242/7 
7 22 a 


o 

63.6 
44.8 
22.5 
67.G 
23.2 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 




NAME or 
PLANET. 


FEBRUARY 1ST. 


FEBRUARY HTH. 


FEBRUARY 21ST. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


,Mcr. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus .... . 


h m 
8 04 a 
944/7 
034/7 
514a 
318/7 


h m 
108;? 
3 49 a 
8l4p 
9 39 a 
1056/7 


h m 
612/> 
9 51 a 
3 68 a 
204/7 
6 37 a 


o 

59.4 

45.2 
22.6 
67.5 
23.1 


h m 
753 a 
905/7 
11 54 a 
4 38 a 
237/7 


h m 
1 16/7 
3 11 a 
734/7 
9 03 a 
1015 p 


h m 
640/7 
913 
318 
129/7 
5 57 a 


o 

54.8 
45.1 

22.6 
67.5 
23.1 


h m 
7 40 a 
820/7 
11 15a 
4 03 a 
156/7 


h m 
123/7 
229 
656/7 
8 28 a 
934/7 


h m 
707/7 
8 33 a 
2 40 a 
053p 
516a 




499 
44.5 
22 5 
67.5 
23.0 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 



NAME OP 




MARCI 


[ 1ST. 






MARCH 


llTH. 






MARCH 


218T. 




PLANET. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist 


Venus ......... 


h m 

1 28 a 


h m 
1 28/7 


A m 
728/7 


o 

45.8 


A m 
1 13o 


A TO 

1 33/7 


A TO 

7 54 


o 

40.6 


A TO 

6 58 a 


A TO 

1 39/7 


A TO 

821;> 


o 
35.6 


Mars 


7 40/7 


1 61 a 


7 58 a 


43.7 


644/7 


1 01 a 


7 12 a 


42 5 


545/7 


008 


624o 


41.1 


Jupiter 


1045a 




2 10 a 


22.4 


10 09 a 


550p 


1 35 a 


22.3 


9 34 a 


5 15 


101 a 


9,9, " 


Saturn 


3 34 a 


7 59 a 


025/7 


67.4 


2 57 a 


w "" f 
1 23 a 


11 49 e 


67.4 


2 20 a 


6 46 a 


11 12a 


67 3 


Uranus 


123/7 


902/7 


4 44 a 


23.0 


043/7 


821/7 


4 04 a 


22.9 


003/7 


742/7 


3 24 a 


22.9 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 


APRIL 1ST. 


APRIL llTH. 


APRIL 218T. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
di^t. 


Venus 


A m 
6 43 a 
441/7 
8 56 a 
138 a 
11 20 a 


h m 
1 47/7 
1103/7 
438/7 
6 04 a 
658/? 


h m 
851/7 
531 a 
024 a 
10 30 a 
2 41 a 


o 

30.5 
39.8 
22.1 
67.3 
22.9 


A m 
6 33 a 
347/7 
8 22 a 
100 a 
10 40 a 


A m 
165f 
10 IS/. 

406/ 
5266 
619^ 


A m 
918/? 
4 43 a 
11 49/7 
9 52 a 
2 02 a 


o 

26.4 
39.0 
22.0 
67.3 
22.9 


A m 
6 27 a 
259/7 
7 60 a 
021 a 
10 02 a 


h m h m 
205/7 944/7 
926/7 3 58 a 
334/711 18/7 
447 a 913a 
5 40/7 1 23 a 


o 

23.2 
38.7 
21.8 
67.3 
22.9 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Uranus 




.NAMI OF 
PLANET. 


MAY IST. 


MAY HTH. 


MAY 218T. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
diet. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 
~o 

19.7 
40.7 
21.6 
67.4 
23.1 


Venus 


h m 
6 26 a 
218/7 
718a 
11 36/7 
9 24 a 


h m 
217 p 
845/7 
303/7 
4 09 a 
502t> 


A m 
1007/7 
3 15 a 
1047/7 
8 35 a 
043a 


o 

20.9 
38.9 
21.7 
67.3 
23.0 


A m 
6 32 a 
144/7 
6 47 a 
1056/7 
8 47 a 


h m 
229/7 
808/7 
232/7 
3260 
424p 


A m 
1026/7 
2 35 a 
917/7 
7 52 a 
005 a 


o 

19.7 
39.6 
21.7 
67.3 
23.0 


A m 
6 45 a 

1 15/7 

6 Ma 
1015/7 
8 09 a 


A m 
242/7 
734p 
202/7 
245a 
346p 


A m 
W39p 
1 58 a 
947/7 
711 a 
11 24 p 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 


NAME OF 
PLANBT. 


, JUNE IBT. 


JUNE llTH. 


JUNE 218T. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


M*r. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


B*r. 

Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
7 04 a 
048/7 
5 44 a 
930p 
7 29 a 


h m 
254/7 
702? 
129/7 
2 00 a 
305? 


A m 
1044/7 
119 a 
914/7 
6 25 a 
1042/7 


o 

21.0 
42.2 
21.6 
67.4 
23.2 


A m 
7 24 a 
028/7 
614a 
848/> 
6 52 a 


A m 
302/7 
635/7 
059/7 
117 a 
228/7 


A m 
1040/7 
045 a 
844p 
5 43 a 
1004p 


o 

23.2 
43.8 
21.7 
67.4 
23.3 


A TO 
7 45 a 
Oil/) 
4 45 a 
806/7 
615a 


A 771 

308/7 
610;; 
030/7 
035 a 

151/7 


A m 
1030/7 
013 a 
814/7 
5 00 a 
927p 


o 

26.4 
45.7 
21.7 

67.5 
23.4 


Mars 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uranus 



NOTE. In the above Tables a signifies A. M. and p P. M. 
[201 



1871.] 



THE PLANETS. 



21 



NAME or 




JULY 


LSI. 






JULY] 


LlTH. 






JULY 


21ST. 




PLANET. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer 
Zen 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Venus 


n m 
806o 


h m 
3 10/7 


A m 

1015/7 


o 
30 1 


h m 
8 23 a 


h m 
309/< 


h m 
956/> 


o 
344 


h m 
8 37 a 


h m 
305/7 


A m 
932/7 


o 

38 8 


Mars 


11 66 a 


547 


11 39/7 


47 7 


11 43 a 


526* 


11 09 p 


49 9 


11 32 a 


506 


1040/7 


5? 1 


Jupiter 


4160 


noon 


744?7 


?1 8 


3 47 a 


11 31 a 


714/7 


W 


3 190 


11 01 


6430 


?? 1 


Saturn 


7 24 p 


11 48/7 


4 17 a 


67 5 


641/7 


1 1 05 // 


3 35 a 


67 6 


559/7 


1024/? 


2520 


67.6 


Uranus . 


5 39 a 


1 14 


8490 


23 5 


5 03 a 


0370 


8120 


23.6 


4 27 a 


0010 


7350 


23.7 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 


AUGUST 1ST. 


AUGUST HTH. 


AUGUST 21 ST. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Venus 


h m 
8 47 a 
11 23 a 
247 a 

513/7 

3 47 a 


h m 
255/7 
446/7 
1028a 
938/) 
11 20 a 


h m 
903/7 

1010/7 

609/7 
2 06 a 
654/7 


o 

43.8 
54.6 
22.4 
67.7 
23.8 


h m 
851 a 
11 15 a 
2-18 

432/7 
311a 


h m 
241/7 
429/7 
9580 
856/, 
1043o 


h m 
831/7 
945/7 
538y 
124 a 
616/7 


o 

481 
56.9 
22.6 
67.7 
24.0 


h m 
8 46 a 
11 09 a 
149 a 
352/7 
2 34 a 


h m 
221 P 
414 p 
927 a 
815/7 
10 06 a 


h m 
1 56 p 
918/7 
506/7 
043 a 
539/7 




51.9 
59.2 
22.9 
67.8 
24.1 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 


SEPTEMBER 1ST. 


SEPTEMBER HTH. 


SEPTEMBER 21sT. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
8 25 a 
1 04 a 
1 16a 
308/7 
153 a 


h m 
147/7 
358/7 
8530 
731/7 
9 26 a 


h m 
709p 
852/7 
430/? 
1155/7 
458/> 


o 

55.0 
61.5 
232 

67.8 
24.2 


h m 
7 46 a 
11000 
046 a 
228/7 
117 a 


h m 
103/7 
345/7 
8 21 a 
652/7 
8 48 a 


h m 
620/> 
830/7 
357// 
11 16/7 
420/? 


o 

56.2 
63.5 
23.5 
67.8 
24.3 


h m 
6 46 a 
1157o 
015a 

1 15/7 

039 a 


h m 
007/7 
334/? 
749o 
614/) 
811 a 


h m 
528/7 
810/7 
3230 
1037/7 
342/7 


o 

55.1 
65.8 
23.4 
67.7 
24.4 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn ... 


Uranus 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 


OCTOBER 1ST. 


OCTOBER HTH. 


OCTOBER 21 ST. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Meiid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
5340 

1 1 55 a 
11 39 // 
1 12 /- 

02 <> 


h m 
1107o 
323/> 
7 16a 
535/7 
7 33 a 


h m 
440/7 
752/; 
249/? 
959p 
304? 


o 

52.1 
66.9 
24.0 
67.8 
24.5 


h m 
4 28 a 
11 52 o 
1106/7 
035/7 
1 20 p 


h m 
lOloa 
314/7 
641 a 

458p 
6 55 a 


Am 
402/7 48.7 
736/7:68.2 
2 14/7 24.2 
922/? 67.8 
225/7 24.5 


A m 
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1 49 
1031 ji 

11 58 o 
1042? 


A m 
9-380 
307/7 
6 06 a 
422/7 
6160 


A m 
334/7 
724/7 
1 37/7 
845p 
147/7 




46.5 
69.1 
24.4 
67.8 
24.6 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 




NAME OF 
PLANET. 


NOVEMBER IST. 


NOVEMBER HTH. 


NOVEMBER 218T. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 

8130 

11440 
952/7 
11 18 a 
959p 


h m 
912o 
259/7 
5 26 a 
342/> 
5 33 a 


h m 
Slip 
713/7 
057/- 
805/7 
1 04 p 




45.9 
697 
24.5 
67.8 
24. H 


h m 
3 02 a 
1 38 a 
914/7 
10 42 a 
920/7 


h m 
8 58 a 
252/; 
448p 
306 
4540 


A m 

253/7 
706/? 
018/7 
730/7 
024rf 


o 

46.9 
69.7 
24.6 

678 
24.6 


A m 
302o 
11 300 
834/7 
10070 
840/7 


A m 
849o 
246/7 
409(/ 
231/, 
414o 


A 771 

237/> 
703/7 
11 390 
657/7 
1145" 


o 

49.0 
69.3 
24.5 
67.8 
24.5 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Satur 


Uranus 




NAME OF 
PLANET. 


DECEMBER IST. 


DECEMBER HTH. 


DECEMBER 21.ST. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Venus 


h m 
3100 
1 1 20 a 
7 53 jo 
9 32 a 
800p 


h m 
846 
240/> 
328 
1 56 / 
334o 


h m 
222/7 
701 ? 
10 59 a 
620/ 
1 1 05 




51.7 
68. t 
24.4 
67.7 

24. E 


h m 
322o 
11 7 o 
710/7 
8570 
719? 


h m 
8 45 a 
234// 
2 46 
1 22/7 
2 54 a 


A wi 
208/7 
701/7 
1018a 
546/7 
10 25 o 


o 

54.9 
67.1 
24.3 
67.7 
24.4 


A m 
8 38 a 

10 52 a 
626/7 
8 23 a 
638/7 


A m 
48 a 
228/7 
203 
047/- 
213a 


A 7 

157jc 
704// 
9360 
512// 
9450 


o 

58.1 
65.6 
24.1 
67.6 
24.4- 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 





Nort In the above Tables a signifies A. M. aad p P- 
[21] 



METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. 



1871. 





GENERAL METEOROLOGICAL KEGISTER FOR THE YEAR 1809. 

Mogiieticnl .Observatory Toroiilo, Ontario. 

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Tli-rmie anomaly (lat, 43 40 ) 
lli-lliest temperatura t 
Lowest temp Tat ure 
Monthly and Annual Ranges ... 
Mean maximum temperature ... 
Mean minimum temperature ... 
Mean daily ranee 
Greatest daily range 


Mean height of the Baromoter 
Difference from average (28 yrs.) 
Highest barometer 
Lowest biromoter 
Monthly and Annual Ranges ... 


Mean humidity of the air 


Mi-an elasticity of aqueous vapour 


Meiv of cloudiness 
Difference from average (10 yrs.) 


Resultant direction of the wind ... 
velocity of the wind 
Mean velocity (miles per hour; ... 
Difference from average (21 yrs.) 


Total amount of rain 
DiflVr from average (28-29 years; 
Number of days of rain 


Tot-il amount of snow 
Diffeience from average (25 yrs.) 
Numbei of days of snow 


Number of fair days 


N umlier of Auroras obser v d 




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[22]. 



1871. 



METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. 



23 



TEMPERATURE. 


WIND. 




1869. 


Average 
29 years. 


Extremes. 




1869. 


Average 

21 years. 


Extremes. 


Mean temperature 


o 
43-13 

July, 

64.48 
March, 

23-06 

41-42 
3-06 
March, 

6-8 
Aug. 20, 

75-18 

March 4. 

5-12 
Aug. 20, 

89.0 
March 5, 

5-4 
94-4 


o 
44-14 

July, 

6738 
January 

22-94 

44-44 
2-41 
January 
3-8 

78-23 

1-32 
91-0 

12-5 
103-5 


o 
46-36 
(in 1846) 
July, 68. 

75-80 
Jan. 57. 

12.75 

3-67 
in 1843 
Jan. 57. 

10-2 
July 14, 
1868. 
84-50 
Feb. 6, 
1355 
Jan. 22, 
1857. 
1438 
Auz. 24, 
1854 
99-2 
Jan. 26, 
1859. 
26-5 
1182 




42-16 
(in 1856) 
Aug. 60. 

64-46 
Feb. 48. 

26-60 

1-33 in 
1853-64 

July 31, 
1844 
72-75 

Dec. 22, 
1842. 
957 
Aug. 19, 
1840. 
82-4 
Jan.2, 42 

1-9 
87.0 


Resultant direction 
Resultant velocity 
in miles 


N.64W. 
2-55 
7-20 
Febr ary 
10.04 
Septem. 
4-89 
Feby. 4 
2339 
June 2 

0-47 
Mar. 14. 
n.tnlp.m 
35.4 


N.61W. 
1-00 
C-94 
March. 
8.80 
July. 
4-96 

23-22 
39-7 


8-55 
(in 1860) 

Mar. CO 
12-41 
Aug. 52. 

3-30 
Mar. 19. 

1S59. 

31-16 

DC 27 , 61 
9-10 a.m 
46-0 


5-10 

(in 1S53) 
Jan. 48. 

5-82 
Sept. 60 
5-79 
Dec.2, 43 
15-30 

Mr 14, 53 
11 to n. 
25-6 


Warmest month ... 
Mean temp, of the 
warmest month. 
Coldest month 
Mean temp, of the 
coldest month... 
Diff. hetw.temper.tt. 
of the warmest & 
coldest months... 
Mean of delations 
of monthly means 
Months of greatest 
deviation ,. 


Meanvelocity, with 
out reg. to direct- 
Month of greatest 
mean velocity. ... 
Greatest monthly 
mean velocity.... 
Mont bof leastmean 
velocity 


Least monthly mean 


Day of greatest 
mean velocity ... 
Greatest daily mean 


Corre.-pond. magni 
tude of deviation 


Day of least mean 
velocity 


Mean temperat. of 
the warmest day. 


Least daily mean 
velocity 


Hour of greatest f 
absolute velocity \ 
Greatest velocity ... 


Mean tern, of cold d. 
Date highest temp 

Highest temperat . 
Ditto lowest temp... 

Lowest temperatur. 
Ran^e of the year. 


RALV. 




1869. 


Average 
- 9 years 


Exti ernes. 


Total depth of rain 


31-182 
115 

July. 
4-610 

June. 

22 
Sept. 7. 

2350 
July 15. 
midnlg t 

to 1 a in 

0-710 


29-469 
109 

Sept. 
3-6S2 

October. 
13 

2-044 


43-555 

(in 1843) 
130 
(in 1861) 

Sept. 43. 
9-760 

Jne C9 ) 
Oct. C4/ 

22 

Sept. It. 
1843. 

3-455 


19-041 
(in 1^07) 
80 
(in 1841) 

Sept. 48. 
3-115 

May, 41. 

11 

Sept. 14, 
1848. 

1000 


Number of days in 
which rain fell... 
Month in whk-hthe 
greatest depth of 


BAROMETER. 




1869. 


Average 
28 years. 


Extremes. 


Greatest depth of 
rain in one month 
Months in which 
days of rain were 
most frequent 
Greatest number of 
rainy days in one 


Mean press, of year 

Slinth highest m.p. 
Highest mean m. p. 
Month lowest m. p. 
Lowest mean m p. 
Datenf highest pres 
sure in the year.. 
Highest pressure... 

Date of lowest pres 
sure in the year. 

Lowest pressure . ... 
Range of the year.. 


29.5970 

Sept. 
29-71)39 
May. 
29-48i>0 
Dee. 13, 
10 p m. 
30-223 

Nov. 17, 
2 p.m. 

2S-793 
1-430 


29 6182 

Sept. 
29-6623 
May. 

29-5717 

30-386 

28-694 
1-692 


29-6670 
(in 1849) 
Jan. 49. 
29-8046 
Mar. 59. 
29-4143 
Jan. 8, 
1866. 
30.940 

Mar 19, 

1859. 

28-286 
2 133 
in 1866. 


29-5602 
(in 1864) 
June 64 
29-6525 
Nov. 49 
29-5886 
Dec. 13, 
1869. 
30.2-J3 

Mar. 17, 
1845. 

28-939 
1-303 
in 1845. 


Day in which gr tst 
amount of rain fell 
Greatest amount of 
rain in one day... 

Hour of heaviest J 
rain j 

Greatest amount of 
rain in one hour. 


RELATIVE HUMIDITY. 


SNOW. 




1869. 


Average 
27 years. 


Extremes. 




1869. 


Average 
26 years. 


Extremes. 


Mean humidity of 
the year 


77 

Novem. 
84 
May. 

67 


77 

January 
83 
May. 
71 


82 
(in 1851) 

Jan. 57. 
89 
Feb. 43. 

58 


73 

(in 1858) 

Dec. 58. 
81 
Apr. 49. 
76 


Total depth in the 
year in inches ... 
Numbor of days in 
which snow fell... 
Month in which the 
greatest depth of 
snow fell 


84-6 
81 

Febr ary 
39-7 

Febr ary 
19 

Feb. 23. 
9.0 


65-3 
61 

Febr ary 
18-35 

January 
14 

8-9 


110-5 
(in 1867) 
87 
(in 1859) 

Feb. 46. 
46-1 

Jan. 61. 
23 

Feb. 5, 
1863. 
10-0 


384 
(in 1851) 
83 
(in 1848) 

Dec. 51. 

10-7 

Feb. 48 

8 

Jnn.10 
1857. 

55 


Month of greatest 
humiditj . 


G st. nitMnrann.hu. 
Month least humid. 
L st mean mon. hu. 


EXTENT OF SKX" CLOUDED. 


Greatest depth of 
snow in one month 
Month in which the 
daysof snow were 
most frequent ... 
Greatest number of 
days of snow in 
one month 




1869. 


Average 
16 years 


Extremes. 


Mean cloudiness ... 

Most cloudy month 
Gr. monthly mean 

Least cloudy month 
Low.raonthly mead 


0-66 

Divem. 
0-83 

Septern. 
0.47 


0-61 

Novem 
0-75 

August 
0^48 


0-66 
(in 1869) 

: 83 
0-29 


U-57 
(m 1856) 

: 73 
0-50 


Days in which the 
greatest amount 
of snow ft-11 
Greatest fall of snow 
in one day 



[23] 



MONTHLY EEGISTER. 



[1871. 



HOLYDAYS, PROVERBS, &c. 



JANUARY. 



If one but knew how good it were, to eat a pullet in 
Janiveer. If Janiveer calends be summerly gay, twill 
be winterly weather "till the calends of May. A kindly 
good Janiveer freezeth the pot by the feere. If grass 
look green in Janiveer, twill look the worse all the 
year. 



3 T 

4 W 

5 T 

6 F 

7 S 

8 S 

9 M 

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11 W 

12 T 

13 F 

14 8 

15 S 
M 

T 
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20JF 
21 S 

22 S 

23 M 

24 T 
, 25 W 
126 iT 

27 F 

28 S 

29 IS 
:!< M 

T 



19 



Istaf. Xmas. Circum. Abus. patience turns to fury. 
Absence sharpens love, presence strengthens it. 
Accusing the times is but excusing ourselves. 
Action is the proper fruit of knowledge. 
Abundance like want, ruins many. 
Epiph. Admiration is the daughter of ignorance. 
Advantage is a better soldier than rashness. 
Istaf. Epiph. Lucian. Adversityflatterethnoman. 
Adversity makes wise, though not rich. 
Ae hand winna wash the ither for nought. 
Affected superiority mars good fellowship. 
Affinity in hearts is the nearest kindred. 
After dinner sit awhile ; after supper walk a mile. 
After the greatest danger is the greatest pleasure. 
2nd aft. Epiphany. After a storm comes a calm. 
Bacchus hath drowned more men than Neptune. 
Bach s wives and maid s children are well taught. 
Prisca. Bad customs are better broke than kept up. 
Bannocks are better nor nae kind o" bread. 
Fabian. Bashfulness is an enemy to poverty. 
Agnes. Be always at leisure to do good. 
3rd aft. Epiph. Vincent. Barking dogs seldom bite. 
Be a father to virtue, but a father-in-law to vice. 
Be a friend to thyself and others will be so too. 
Conversion of St. Paul. Bald heads are soon shaven. 
Be content ; the sea hath fish enough. 
Be ever vigilant, but never suspicious. 
Be slow in choosing, but slower in changing. 
Itth aft. Epiphany. Be as you would seem to be. 
Be sure before you marry, of a house to tarry. 
Be slow to promise, quick to perform. 



FEBRUARY. 



February fill dike, be it black or be it white ; but if 
it be white, its the better to like. When candlemas- 
day is come and gone, the snow lies on a hot stone. 
On candlemas-day throw candle and candle-stick 
away. At candlemas the cold comes to us. 



1 W 

2 T 

3 F 

4 S 

5iS 
6 M 

7jT 
8 W 

Q!T 

10 F 

11 S 
12:S 

13 M 

14 T 

15 W 

16 T 

17 l< 

18 S 

19 S 
20 M 
-1 T 
32 W 
23 T 
124 F 
25 S 
iv, S 
27 M 
;28 T 



Can a mill go with the water that s past. 
Purifi. E. V. M. Care and diligence bring luck. 
Hid fin s. Change of fortune is the lot of life. 
Catch not at the shadow, and lose the substance. 
Septuages. Agatha. Children and fools tell truth. 
3i?ilarg ffierm btg. Conscience cannot be compel d. 
Charity begins at home, but should not end there 
Children and chicken must ever be picking. 
Choose a wife rather by your ear than your eye. 
Climb not too high lest the fall be the greater. 
Coming events oast their shadows before them. 
Sexagesimn. Comparisons are odious. 
Confession of a fault makes half amends. 
Valentine. Confidence is the companion of success 
Content lodges oftener in cottages .than palaces. 
Death and the grave make no distinction of persons 
Deceit is i n haste, but honesty can wait a fair leisure, 
$)ilarg (Errm rntis. Drift is as bad as unthrift. 
i,iiiii!jfu(igesima. Deeds are fruits, words are leaves. 
Defer not till to-morrow what may be done to-day 
Shrove Tu.es. Deliberate slowly, execute promptly 
Ash Wednesday. Denials make little faults greater 
Dispu. leave truth in the mid. & party at both ends 
Multiline. Do not halloo till you are out of the, wood, 
Do it well that thou may st not do it twice. 
1ft in Li :i>. (juiiilriifii-s. Doing nothing is doing ill, 
Dogs wag their tails not so much to you as your brd, 
Don t measu. other people s corn by your own bush 



MARCH. 



A peck of March dust and a shower in May, makes 
the corn green and the fields gay. As mad as a March 
hare. March in Janiveer, Janiveer in March I fear. 
March wind and May sun make clothes white and 
maids dun. David and Chad sow peas good or bad. 



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David. Each bird loves to hear himself sing. 
.Chad. Early birds pick up the worms. 
: Easy to keep the castle that was never beseiged. 
Eat and welcome ; fast, and heartily welcome. 
2nd in Lent. Eat to live, but do not live to eat. 
Edueat. begins a gent. , conversat. completes him, 
Perpetua. Empty vessels give the greatest sound. 
Emulation is lively & generous, envy base & malicL 
Enough s as good as a feast, to one that s not a beast. 
Even doubtful accusat. leave a stain behind them 
Every body s business is nobody s business. 
3rd in Lent. Gregory. Every couple is not a pair. 
Every day hath its night, every weal its woe. 
Every dog hath its day, and every man his hour. 
Every man is the architect of his own fortune. 
Every man can tame a shrew, but he that hath her. 
Patrick. Face to face the truth comes out. 
Fain wd. the cat fish eat, but she s loth to wet her ft. 
Uh in Lent. Faint heart never won fair lady. 
Fair words bk. no bone, but foul wds. many a one. 
Benedict. Fair faces need no paint. 
Fall not out with a friend fur a trifle. 
False friends are worse than open enemies. 
False folk should have many witnesses. 
Annunciation. Fame is a magnifying glass. 
5th in Lent. Passion. S. Fast bind, fast h nd. 
Far-fetched and dear-bought is good for ladies. 
Far from court, far from care. 
Fat housekeepers make lean executors. 
Fanu d fire, and forced love, never did well yet. 
Fate leads the willing, but drives the stubborn. 



APRIL. 



April fools. April and May are the keys of the year. 
I ll warrant you for an egg at Easter. Owe money to 
be paid at Easter, and Lent will seem short. The 
weather is ill, if the wind be still. If there be a rain 
bow in the eve, it will rain and leave. 



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Getting out well is a quarter of the journey. 
6th in Lent. PalmS. Garlands are not for ev. brow. 
Give a dog an ill name & you may as well hang him. 
Ambrose. Give advice to all ; be security for none. 
Give him an inch and he ll take an ell. 
Give him but rope enough, and he ll hang himself. 
Good Friday. God arms the harmless. 
Gold goes in at any gate except heaven s. 
Easter day. Good act. carry their war. with them. 
Good deeds remain, all things else perish. 
Good harvests make men prodigal. 
Good men want the laws only for their defence. 
Good words and no deeds are rushes and reeds. 
Good words cost nothing, but are worth much. 
Gratitude preser. old friendship & procures new. 
1 ft a ft. K. LowS. Half a loaf is better than no brd. 
Handsome is that handsome does. 
Happy is he that is happy in his children. 
Alpliege. Hasty climbers have sudden falls. 
Have a place for everyth. & have evr.rvth. in its pi. 
He bears poverty very ill who is ashamed of it. 
He conquers twice who conquers himself in victory. 
2nd aft. E. George. He fans with a feather. 
He had need rise betimes who wd. please e very bdy. 
M"rk. He is truly rich who desires nothing. 
He is unworthy to live who lives only for himself. 
Health is not valued till sickness comes. 
Hearts may agree, though heads dilt er. 
Hedges have eyes and walls have ears. 

ft. Easter. Honesty is the best policy. 



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HOLYDAYS, PROVERBS, &o. 



MAY. 



A swarm of bees in May is worth a load of hay. As 
tall as a May-pole. He that would live for aye must 
eat sage in May. A hot May makes a fat churchyard. 
A cold May and a windy makes a full barn and a findy. 
As welcome as flowers in May. 

1 M Phil. & .las. Idle brains are the devil s workhouses. 
T If a man once fall, all will tread on him. 
W Invent, of Cross. Idle people take the most pains. 
T If better were within, better would come out. 

If Jack s in love, he s no jud^e of Jill s beaiily. 

If virtue keep court within, lion, will atd. without. 
S 4th aft. Easter. Ill weeds grow apace. 
M i In a 1,000 pounds of law there s not an oz. of love. 
T In the short life of man, no lost time can be afforded. 

10 \V Industry isfortune s right hand & frugality her left. 

11 T It costs more to revenge injuries than to bear them. 

12 F It is always term time in the court of conscience. 

13 S It is an eq. failing to trust evbdy. & o trust nobdy. 

14 S Rogation. It is an ill wind that blows nobody good. 



M Caster ffernt begins. It is good to be sure. 

T It is na what is she ? but, what has she ? 

W It is nae play where ane greets an anither laughs. 
*... T -Ascension. It is never too late to mend. 
19 i F iDunstan. It is not the cowl that makes the friar. 
20 S Ut is self-conceit that makes opinion obstinate. 
j21;S \lst aft. Ascension. It is sooner said than done. 
j 22 M ; It is thou must honor the place, not the place thee. 
j 23 T > It is time enough to cry Oh! when you are hurt. 
24 Writ is working that makes a workman. 
,25 T ..Jack in an office is a great man. 

26 P * Jack of all trades, and master of none. 

27 S Ificde. Jests, like sweetmeats, have often sour sauce. 

28 S | Whit Sunday. Joy surfeited turns to sorrow. 

29 M. Joke at leisure, ye kenna wha may jybe yoursel. 

30 T Judge not of a ship as she lieth on the stocks. 

31 W Judge not of men or things at first sight. 



JUNE. 



As fresh as a rose in June. Barn aby bright, the 
longest day and the shortest night. An evening red, 
and a morning grey, is a sign of a fair day. This rule 
in gardening never forget, to sow dry and set wet. 
Think no labour slavery, that brings in penny saverly. 



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Nicomede. Keep some till furthermore come. 

Keep good company & you shall be of the number. 

(Easter Errrn enfcs. Keep your own counsel. 

Trinity. Keep thy shop and thy shop will keep thee. 

Boniface. Keepg. fr. falling, is better than helpg up. 

Kindle not a tire that you cannot extinguish. 
\V Kindness is the noblest weapon to conquer with. 
T Kindnesses like grain, increase by sowing. 
w Knaves itnag. not g can be done without knavery. 

Knowledge in youth is wisdom in age. 

1st nft. Trinity. Barnabas. Know thyself. 
[12JM| Knowledge is a treasure, butpract. is the key to it. 
113 T Lund was never lost for want of an heir. 

14 \V Large trees give more shade than fruit. 

\-> T Laziness trav. so slowly that pov. soon overtk. him. 
16 1 P Learn wisdom by the follies of others. 
17 S Allittn. Least said is soonest mended. 

15 s Indnft.Tr. Letanother sshipw.beyourseamark. 

19 ( M ! Let every tub stand on its own bottom. 

20 T | Let not your tongue run away with your brains. 
Jl W: Liberality is not giving largely, but wisely. 

22 T Like a collier s sack, bad without, but worse within. 

23 F Listeners hear no good of themselves. 
J24 S Nat. John Bapttit. Little strokes fell great oaks. 
20 S 3rd of (.Trinity. Little things attract light minds. 
J26 M Little witintheheadmakesmuch work forthe feet. 

-7 T Living upon trust is the way to pay double. 

2~s W Look not a gift horse in the mouth. 
129 T i l ter. Love rules his kingdom without a sword. 
Love can t be boug t nor sold ; its only price is love. 



JULY. 



A swarm of bees in July is not worth a fly. If St. 
Swithin weep, that year the proverb says, the weather 
will be foul for forty days. Till St. Jame s day be 
come and gone, you may have hops, or you may have 
none. Make the vine poor and it will make you rich. 



1 S i Many talk like philosophers, but live like fools. 

2 8 \/fthaft. Trin. Vis. Mary. Manners make the man. 

3 M Many who wear rapiers are afraid of goose quills. 

4 T i Marry in haste, and repent at leisure. 

5 W Masters should be sometimes blind and deaf. 

6 T I Men apt to promise are apt to forget. 

7 F Men are April when they woo, Dec. when they wed. 

8 S Men sp. of the fair, as things went with them there. 

9 S 5th aft. Trinity. Misfortunes make us wise. 

10 M Misery acquaints men with strange bedfellows. 

11 T I Money is often lost for want of money. 
Il2 W; Money makes more enemies than friends. 

13 T More goes to make a tine gent, than fine clothes. 

14 F More than we use is more than we want. 

15 S Swithin. More die by food than famine. 

K3 S 6th aft. Trin. Much would have more and lost all. 

17 M ; Nature, time & patience, are the three gt. physici. 

18 T | Necessity is the mother of invention. 

! 19 Wj Never fall out with your bread and butter. 

20 T -Margaret. Never light your candle at both ends. 
,21 JF | Never open the door to vice. 

22 S Mary Magdalen. Never quit certainty for hope. 

23. S 7th aft. Trinity. New brooms sweep clean. 

24 M No good building without a good foundation. 

25lT James. Nogriefissoacnte,buttiineamelioratesit. 

!W[v4?ie. No legacy is so rich as honesty. 
J27JT i No tyrant can take from you your knowledge. 
,28 j F | None but a wise man can employ leisure well. 
|29|S : Not to oversee workmen, is to leave yr. purse open. 
;30|S 8th aft. Trinity. Nothing is easy to the unwilling. 

31 i M Nothing to be got without pains, but poverty. 



AUGUST. 



After Lammas corn ripens as much by night as by day. 
He was born in August. When the sun is highest, he 
casts the least shadow. When the wind s in the west, 
the weather s at the best. A dry summer ne er made 
a dear peck. A misty morning may have a fine day. 



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30 W 
;31 T 



Lammas. Oaks fall, when reeds brave the storm. 
Obedience is rhore seen inlittle things than ingreat. 
Old custom without truth is but an old error. 
One barking dog sets all the street barking. 
One eye of master sees more than four of servants. 
9th aft. Trin. Transfigurat. One lie makes many. 
One hour to-day is worth two to-morrow. 
One man s meat is another man s poison. 
One may say too much even upon the best subject. 
Lawrence. Oneoz. of discretion is worth alb. of wit. 
Only that which is honestly got. is gain. 
Our pleasures are imagined, but our griefs are real. 
10th aft. Trinity. Opportunities neglected are lost. 
Overdoing is doing nothing to the purpose. 
Past and to come seem best ; things present, worse 
Patience is a flower that grows not in every garden. 
Pay what you owe & what you re worth you ll know. 
Peace flourishes when reason rules. 
People who live in gls. houses sh. nev. throw stones. 
Uthaf. Trin. Pin not your faith on another s sleeve. 
Plain dealing is more praised than practised. 
Precepts may lead, but examples draw. 
Procrastination is the thief of time. 
Bartholomew. Prevention is better than cure. 
Promises are like pie-crust, made to be broken. 
Prosperity makes friends, and adversity tries them. 
Angus. Hip. Quarrelling dogs come haltinghome. 
ISthaft. Trin. Quackery has no friend like gullibi. 
John Baptist beheaded. Quick come, quick go. 
Quantity without quality is little thought of. 
Quar. could not last long, were but prud. on one aid. 



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[1871. 



HOLYDAYS, PROVERBS, &c. 



SEPTEMBER. 



He spent Michaelmas rent in midsummer moon. A 
field requireth three things ; fair weather, good seed, 
and a good husbandman. After clouds, calm weather. 
An hour in the morning is worth two in the evening. 
As is the farmer so is the farm. As* they sow, so let 
them reap. 



1 j F Giles. Rebuke with soft words & hard arguments. 

2 j S Keckon not your chickens before they are hatched. 

3 S l.ith aft. Trim,. Reckless youth makes rueful age. 

4 M Religion is the best armour, but the worst .cloak. 

5 T Reprove thy friend privately, commend him publy. 
6 1 W Reputa. is oft got without merit & lost witho. fault. 
7;T Enurchus. Respect a man, he will do the more. 
.S /- Nat. of Mary. Reproof never does a wise man harm. 
9 S Rich men feel misfortunes that pass over poor men. 

10 S lltthaf.Tr. Rich men s spots are cov. with money. 

11 M Riches abuse them who know not how to use them. 

1 2 T Riches well got and well used, are a great blessing. 

13 W Rolling stones gather no moss. 

14 T Holy Cross D. Right wrongs no man. 

15 F Sadness and gladness succeed each other. 

16 S Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. 

17 S 15th "fter Trinity. Lambert. Saving is getting. 

18 M See, listen and be silent, and you will live in peace. 

19 T Seeing s believing, but feeling s the truth. 
20 1 W, Self-love is a mote in every man s eye. 

T Mattheip. Self-praise is no recommendation. 
~~ F Self-preservation is the first law of nature. 

i Serving one s own passions is the greatest slavery. 

24 S tilth aft. Tr. She that gazes much, spins not much. 

25 M She that looks much at herself, looks little to hers. 

26 T Cyprian. Short reckonings make long friends. 

27 W, Sloth makes all things difficult. 

|28 T ^ome are always busy, and never do anything. 
1 29 P .Michael. Sometimes words hurt more than swoids. 
30 S ^Jerom. Sour grapes, as the fox said. 



NOVEMBER. 



Look to the cow and the sow and the wheat mow, 
and all will be well enow. When the clouds are 011 
the hills, they ll come down by the mills. Plough 
deep whilst sluggards sleep, and you shall have corn 
to sell and to keep. Say no ill of the year till it be 
past. Some rain, some rest. 



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18 T 
117 F 
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119 S 

20 M 

21 T 
22|W 
23|T 
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26lS 
27lM 
28 : T 
29 W 
30 : T 



OCTOBER. 



On St. Luke s day the oxen may play. Set trees poor 
and they will grow rich ; set them rich and they will 
grow poor. When the barn s full you may thresh be 
fore the door. Better late ripe and bear than early blos 
som & blast. No autumn fruit without spring blossom. 



All Saints. Under water, famine ; un. snow, bread. 
Unkindness has no remedy at law. 
Unreasonable silence is folly. 
Upbraiding turns a benefit into an injury. 
%2nd aft. Trin. Use pastime so as not to lose time. 
Leonard. Use soft words arid hard arguments. 
Use your wit as a buckler not as a sword. 
Vain glory blossoms, but never bears. 
Vice is most dang, when it puts on the garb of virt. 
Virtue and happiness are mother and daughter. 
Martin. Virtue is a jewel of great price. 
%3rd aft. Trinity. Virtue is its own reward. 
Britius. Virtue which parleys, is near a surrender. 
Virtues all agree, but vices fight one another. 
Machutus. Vows made in storms are oft forgotten. 
We are apt to believe what we wish for. 
We are born crying, live complain & die disa] >p< in. 
We are bound to be honest, but not to be rich. 
2ttth of. Tr. We carry our worst enemies within us. 
iHich. JC. fieg. We lessen our wants by less, our des. 
We ought to weigh well what we can only once deci. 
Cecilia,. We seldom find out that we are flattered. 
Clement. Weak things united become strong. 
Wealth and content do not always lie together. 
Were it not for hope, the heart would break. 

ft after Trinity. Welcome is the best cheer. 
What cannot be cured must be endured. 
What is every man s business is no man s business. 
What is bought, is cheaper than a gift. 
Andrew. What s war than ill luck. 



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DECEMBER. 



After Xmas. comes Lent. Blessed be St. Stephen, 
there is no fast upon his even. He has more business 
than English ovens at Xmas. Lucy light, the shi >rt , :st, 
day and the longest night. Yule is good on yn) 
A good winter brings a good summer. 



S 1 17t.haf.Tr. Remigius. Take heed will surely speed. 
M Take care of the p. , the & will take care of themselv. 
T Take time when time is, for time will away. 
W Tell me the co. you kp. & I ll tell you what you are. 
T The horse needs breaking, the child teaching. 
F l- ni.th. The bettor part of valour is discretion. 
S The best throw of the dice is to throw them away. 
S 18th aft. Trinity. The burnt child dreads the fire. 
M 1 cnys. The course of true love nev. did run smooth. 9 
T The eye of the master does more than his hands. JO 
WiThe fire in the flint shows not till its struck. 11 

T jThe good you do is not lost, though you forget it. 12 
F The purse of the patient protracts his cure. 13 

S The proof of a pudding is in the eating. 14 

S 19th aft. Tr. The rotten apple injures its neighbor. 15 
M Tie road to hell is paved with good intentions. | 16 
T Jltheldred. The sluggard s conv. season nev. come. 17 
W Luke. The truest wealth is that of the understandg. IS 
T The world is a ladder, some go up and some down. 19 
F The wo rth of a thing is best known by the want of it. 20 
.S There are none so deaf as those that won t hear. 21 
S ZOthaf.Tr. There s many a slip "twixt the cup & lip. 22 
M I They need much whom nothing will content. 
T i They that fear an overthrow, are half beaten. 
W Crispin. Things at the worst will sometimes mend. 



T | Thy hand is never the worse for thine own work. 

F To him that wills, ways are not wanting. 

S \ Simon Jude. To borrow on usury brings beggary. 



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29 S ilst aft. Trinity. To-day is gold, "to-monWdust. 29 

30 M Too light winning makes the prize light. 30 

31 



t Too light winning makes the prize light. 
,T i Trust thyself only and no one shall betray thee. 



F When a man is not liked, whatever he doth is amis. 
S When a thing is done, advice comes too late. 
S 1st in Advent. When a men speak, nae man hears. 
M When a man grows angry, his reason rides out. 
T When ev. one takes care of himself, care is 1 a. of all. 
W Nicolas. When the cat is away the mice will play. 
T When you have no observers, be afraid of y< mrself. 
F Concep. ofV. M. Where content is, there is a feast, i , 
S iHifi). &. cntia. While there is life then is hope. ] 
S 1 2nd in Advent. Where love fails, we espy all faults. 
Mj Where the carcase is, the ravens will gather. 
T \Lucy. Where ignorance is bliss, tis folly to be wise. 
W Where there s a will, there s a way. 
T Who looks not before, finds himself behind. 
F Would you know the val. of money, go & bor. seine. 
S Yeilding is sometimes the best way of sneeeeiling. 
S SrdinAd. Yelping curs may anger mastiffs at last 
M Ye re o sae mony minds yell ne er be marry d. 
, T You are as busy as a hen with one chick. 
jW You cannot make a silk purse of a sow s car. 
IT Thomas. You can t eat your cake, and have it too. 
iF You must be content sometimes with ror.gh r:nls. , 
;S You must cut your coat according to your cloth. 
S MhinAdv. You must learn to creep before v. ii go. 
M Xmas. D. You know not where a bless. n:;iy liuiit. 
T M< iiken. Youmt. plough with such ox. as you iiav. 
W Jdlin. You will never repent ol bejn. p.-nieiit. 
T Innocents. Your wits are gone a wool-gathering. ; 
F Youth and white paper take any impre>si .11. 
S Zeal is only for wise men, but found mostly hi fools. 
S IstaJtChrlstmca. Zeal without kn< flrenzy.j 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Ko. 1. Statement of Receipts and Payments of the Dominion of Canada, from all sources, for the year ended 

the SOth June, 1869. 



RECEIPTS. 


AMOUJTT. 


TOTAL. 


EXPENDITURE. 


AMOUNT. 


TOTAL. 




S cts. 
8,370,753 59 
2,718,119 66 

521,028 07 
5,397 32 
8,889 75 

913,491 08 
5,441 72 
19.924 13 
45,248 50 
314,021 20 
510,403 26 
18,193 09 
608,510 12 
20,649 58 
129,664 81 
33,018 27 
40,398 00 
21.40C 06 

11,914 63 

13.533 97 
53,376 76 
12,095 04 
75,935 16 
8,681 80 


$ cts. 

14,485,139 57 

19,901,92489 

?,419,510 03 

7300 


Interest on Public Debt 
Charges of Management .... 
Sinkin" Fund 


S cts. 
4,907,013 71 
397,400 90 
426,806 66 

68,255 71 
559,643 HO 
315,215 10 
46,321 12 
269,817 26 
409,613 70 

38,350 00 

7.020 14 
43,147 55 
34,837 16 
50,564 18 
937,513 35 
65,428 80 
317,256 98 

190,670 68 
33 001 84 


cts. 

14,144,049 05 

15,769,217 34 

694,300 19 

0, 258,646 91 


Excise 


Post Office 


Premium, Discount and Ex- 

chan tr e 


Ocean Postage 


Civil Government 


Money Order Office 


Administration of Justice .. 
Police 




Penitentiaries ... 




Legislation 


Casual 


Geological Survey and Ob- 




Interest on Investments .... 
Great Western Railway 


Arts, Agriculture and Sta- 


Bank Inspection 


Emigration and Quarantine . . 


Premium and Discount 


Fines and Forfeitures 


Pensions 


Bill Stamps 


Militia and Defence 




Public Works 




Ocean & River Steam Service 
Light Houses and Coast Ser 
vice 




Railway and Steamboat In 
spection 


Fisheries 


Fisheries 




67,089 33 

11,299 99 
2,604,050 13 
129,784 61 

490.049 94 
97,873 81 

109,414 56 
8,091 24 
787,886 32 
692,853 0(5 
21,778 26 


Cullers Fees 


Railway and Steamboat In- 


Mlitia 


Penitentiaries 


Subsidies to Provinces 


Sundry Special Receipts .... 

Intercolonial Railway Loan . 
Dominion Stocks .... 




Charges on Revenue 
Customs : 
Collections . 


9,733,333 34 
1,845,322 43 
1,035,000 00 
765,992 41 

6,866 66 
6,575,410 05 


Dominion Notes 


Return Duties 


Savings Banks 


Excise : 
Collections 


Consolidated Canadian Loan 
Stock 


Return Duties 


Exchequer Bills 


Post Office . 


OPEN ACCOUNTS. 

Prov. Canada Debt Account. 
" Nova Scotia Debt Acc. 
" New Brunswick 




1,117 13 
160,157 02 
10,995 12 
91,171 19 
24,690 71 

1,716,632 08 

108,024 45 
191,176 59 

6,944 50 
5,500 00 
505 86 
2,983 04 
2,350 48 

11,301 93 

17,085 58 
6,679 20 
1,595 15 


Minor Revenues 


Consolidated Fund . . 




OPEN ACCOUNTS. 

Redemption of Debt . . 


1,684,116 00 
8,824,010 05 
555,189 82 
14,188 25 
430,904 17 
835,446 49 
2,030,071 00 
992,162 09 

.25,046 02 
133,914 92 

5,119 OS 
165,293 17 
9,037 52 
799 43 
63,919 33 


" i >nt;irio 


" Quebec 


Ontario and Quebec Subsidy 
Account 




Public Works . . . 


Special Account Ontario and 
Quebec 


Province of Canada 


Nova Scotia .... 
New Brunswick . 
Ontario 


Indian Fund 


Consolidat Fund Investment 
Account 


" Quebec . 


Sales oi Public Works 


Special Account, Ontario and 
Quebec 


Copvri"lit Duty 


Municipalities Fund, U. C. .. 
Widows Pensions 


Municipalities Fund, Upper 
Canada 


Railway Stores : 
Nova Scnti i 


Upper Canada Improvement 
Fund 


Indian Fund 


New Brunswick 


Widows Pensions 


Cataraqui Property 


Copyright 


Unpaid Dividends 


Unpaid Dividends 


Over credit toFinanc. Agents 
in 1867-8, transferred to 
credit of Consolidated Fund 

Total 


Balances due to sundry Bank 
ing accounts, 30th June, 
1868 




3,974,460 22 
3,279,726 03 


LESS Bal. dne by do 


Balances due to sundry Bank 
ing ace. 30th June, "69, per 
Statement of affairs 





6.387,814 01 
129,107 K.I 


LESS Bal. due by do 


Total 


36,866,647 49 


4) 


36,806,047 49 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 



[1871. 



No. 2. BALANCE SHEET OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA, ON THE 30ra JUNE, 1869. 


TOTAL. 


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PUBLIC DEBT PAYABLE IN LONDON. 

Imperial Guaranteed Loan $681,333 34 
LESS Redeemed but not ret. to Rec. Gen. . 681,333 34 


Debentures Imp. Guaranteed Loan, bearing 
4 per cent, interest 7,300,000 00 
" Dominion of Canada, 5 p. c. do. 2,433,333 34 

" Consolid. Canadian Loan, 5 p. c. 33,622,340 00 
LESS- -Unsold in hands of Fin 
ancial Agents $3,002,807 82 
Ain nt cancelled and in 
scribed, but not retur. 
to Receiver General .. 1,773,738 46 
Amount held by Bank of 
Montreal 1,946,666 66 
6,723,212 94 


Inscript. Oonsol. Canadian Stock, hearing 5 per cent. int. 
Debentures, Prov. Canada, bear. 5 p. c. int. $449,315 01 
LESS Redeemed but not retu. to Rec. Gen. 181,648 31 


Debentures, Prov. Canada, bear. 6 p.c. int. $24,945,073 38 
LESS Redeemed but not retu. to Rec. Gen. 2,433 33 


Debentures, Prov. Nova Scotia, bearing 6 per cent. int. . . 
" New Brunswick 


PAYABLE IN CANADA. 

Debentures, Prov. Canada (old), bearing 5 per cent. int. . . 
" " (new) " " .. 
bearing 6 p. c. int. 4,082,810 02 
LESS In hands of Receiver General 3,000,000 00 


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bearing 6 per cent, interest 
" Prov. New Brunswick, bearing 6 p. c. int. .. 


1 Dominion Stock Issue A bearing 6 per cent, interert 


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INVESTMENTS. 

Sinking Fund, Consolidated Canadian Loan . 
Imp. Guaranteed Loan, Intereo 
Investments, New Brunswick Savings Banks. 
" For Consolidated Fund 
" Intercolonial Railway Loan 
" Sterling Debentures . 


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MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNTS. 

Province of Canada, Debt Account , 
Ontario, Debt 


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Harbours and Light Houses . 
LESS Sales 


Improvement of the Trent.. .. 
Roads and Bridges, U. C 
LESS Sales 


Roadb and Bridges, L. C 
Provincial Penitentiary 
Government Buildings, Ottaw 
Custom Houses, Upper and L( 
Post, Offices " 




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Seigniorial Indemnity to Townships . 


MISCELLANKOUS ACCOU 

Ontario and Quebec Subsidy Account 
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Municipalities Fund, U. C 
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Baring Bros. & Co 
Province of Nova Scotia Suspense Ace 
Unpaid Warrants former years 
Province of New Brunswick Suspense 
Militia Suspense Account 
Baring Bros. & Co., Suspense Account 
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Province of Quebec, Debt 
New Brunswick. " 
NovaStotla, " S 
Grand Trunk Railway Company Deb 
" " Int. 
Spec 
Northern Railway Company, Deb 
Inte 
Great Western Railway Company Set 
Bank of Upper Canada 
Montreal Harbour Company 

rf~r,~i:,4~J.,,.3 TO 1 


BANKING ACCOUNT 


Cash Accounts 
Post Deposit Account . r 


LESS Unpaid Warrants 

Cash Suspense Account 
New Coinage Cash Account 


(ilyn, Mills, Curne & Co 
Dividend ac 
Baring Bros. & Co. " 
European A North American Railway 
Nova Scotia Railways 


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Canada 
New Brunswiel 
Nova Scotia .. 


Specie Reserve Account, viz : 
Canada 
New Brunswick . . 
Nova Scotia 


Bank of Montreal Silver Debenture A 
Provincial Note Su 
Special Deposit for Secret Service . . . 
Post Office Money Order Account . . . 
Savings Bank, Nova Scotia, Cash Ace 
Suspense Account 
Services, 1869 
1870 


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30 



DEBENTURE DEBT PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, QUEBEC. 



[1871. 



o. 3. Statemtnt of outstanding Debentures forming Funded DM, Dominion of Canada, payable therein, June 30, 18C9. 



Yeara of jj 
Maturity, j. 

i ! 


Province of 
Canada. 


New 
Brunswick. 


jf 

> *- 

c o 

K& 


Dominion. 


73 . 

11 

OH 


Years of 
Maturity. 


Province of 
Canada. 


New 
Brunswick. 


-. 5S 

" 
II 


Dominion. 


5"rt 

ii 


Past line 
1870 
1871 
1872 


$667 
42.400 
248.551 
606,748 
36,722 
122,200 
63.870 
115,416 
26.413 








$667 
42,400 
248,551 
606,748 
36.722 
122,200 
550,536 
183,816 
26,413 


Forw d .. 
1878 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1893 


1,262,987 
10,120 
133,025 
14,700 

3,000,000 


68,400 


486.606 




1.81 - ,d.V3 
3,282,981 
133.H25 
44,700 
995.2. !3 
3,0 JO.OOO 
678,000 
40.000 
88,500 








3,272,801 





















1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1S77 











995,233 













68,400 


486,666 









578,000 


1895 
1896.... 





40,000 
88,500 









Forw d.. 








Total 








1,262,987 


68,400 


486,666 




1,818,053 


4,420,835 


196,900 


1,481,900 


3,850,861 1 9,950,496 





No. 4. Statement nf outstanding Debentures, forming Funded Debt, Dnm. of Canada, payable in London, June 30, 1SC9. 



When 
Redeemable. 


Total Sterling. 


Canada Currency. 


1872 


s. d. 
65,800 


$ cts. 
271,",60 02 


1874 


354.500 


1.725,233 34 


1875 


691.500 


3,365,300 00 


1876 


277,000 


1,348,066 67 


1877 


111,600 


543,120 00 


1878 


257,300 


1,252,193 34 


1S79 


1.564,400 


7,613.413 31 


1880 


1,255,800 


6,111,560 01 


1881 


275,000 


1,338,333 35 


1882 


551,700 


2,684.940 02 


1SS3 


251,700 


1,224,940 00 










s as: .ion n o 


*-27.178 fifiO 09 



When 

Redeemable. 


Total Sterling. 


Canada Currency. 


Forward... 
1884 


s. d. 
6,957,500 
311.200 


$ cts. 
27,178.660 09 
1.514.506 67 


1885 


6,720,636 2 8 


32,707.005 85 


1886 


96.800 


471,093 33 


1887 


118,000 


574.266 67 


1888 


350.000 


1,703.33: , 33 


1889 


197.100 


959,220 00 


1890 


145.000 


70"), iii)6 67 


1st Oct., 1903 
1st Oct., 1903 


1,500,000 
500,000 


7,300.000 00 
2,433,333 33 


Total 


15,585.036 2 8 


75,847,175 91 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, QUEBEC. 

No. 1. The ffiin. J. G. Robertson, Treasurer, in account with the Province of Quebec, for fiscal year ending June 30, 1869 . 


June 30. 
1869. 
June 30. 


DR. 


$ c. 
218,959 52 

1,676,152 08 


1869. CR. 
June 30. Total payments $1,340.599 :>4 
Less Warrants unpaid 8,687 85 


$ e. 

1,331.911 49 
563,200 11 




Total 






Tofal 





1.895,111 60 


1,895,111 60 



No. 2. Statement of the Entire Receipts and Payments of the Province of Quebec, for fiscal year ending June 30, 1868. 



RECEIPTS. 

Dominion of Canad* : 
Cash paid Province of Quebec. $979,626 40 
Expenditure for do. 175 31 



Crown Lands Department 

Law Stamps 

Registration Stamps 

Inland Revenue 

Law Fees 

Education Receipts 

Colonization Roads 

Casual Revenue 

Reformatory St. Vincent de Paul 

St. .John s Lunatic Asylum 

Building and Jury Fund 

Montreal Court House 

Municipal Loan Fund 

Quebec Fire Loan 

Fines and forfeitures 

Offi. Gazette, printing Laws, Queen s Printer. 

Interest 

Legislation : Fees on Private Bills 

Refunds 



Total 1.676,152 08 



979,801 71 

390,614 22 

104.532 SO 

10,401 17 

88.920 15 

5,521 03 

7,543 46 

2,565 11 

1,951 80 

1,359 4C 

104 00 

26,674 29 

2,802 18 

5.703 88 

2,906 81 

13 00 

4,568 20 

11 882 66 

3,500 00 

24,780 09 



PAYMENTS. 

Legislation 

Civil Government 

Administration of Justice 

Police 

Reformatory ?*t. Vin. de Paul, Maintenance. 

Prison Inspection 

Education 

Literary and Scientific Institutions 

Arts and Manufactures 

Agricultural Societies 

Board of Agriculture 

Agricultural Schools 

Colonization 

Public Works and Buildings 

Charities 

Removal 

Registration Service , 

Quebec Official Gazette , 

Miscellaneous 

Crown Lands 

Stamps 

Licenses 

Collection oC Licenses 

Tavern Licenses paid to Municipalities 

Disbursements by Sheriffs 

Warrants outstanding, Ac 



Total 1.340,599 3 



$ e. 

134.116.89 

124,338*84 

2S7,313 76 

15.590 44 

24,108 75 

2,692 89 

20(1.215 25 

3.200 00 

! , .000 00 

47.373 00 

6,000 00 

800 00 

66,398 07 

56.638 00 

154,245 67 

597 92 

8,925 95 

8,663 r.s 

5.632 34 

86,132 67 

771 72 

1,143 26 

10,730 63 

5.432,58 

7,821 68 

18,665 38 



Public Accounts, Province of Ontario, in an Addenda, if received before publi:ation. ED. 

[30] 



1871.] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS (PROVINCES). 



31 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, NOYA SCOTIA. 

No. 1. T l", Hon. W. Annawl, Treasurer, in account with the Province of Nova Scntia., for the year ending Dec. 31, 1869. 



18ti9. 
Doc. 31. 


DR. 


603 


$ 
,585 


c. 

81 


1869. 
Jan. 1. 
Dec. 31. 


Balan r e 


CR. 


I 

26,928 

575.9S2 
077 


0. 

A1 
24 

jo 


Total 


ToTal paj 
Balance . 








Total .-. 


$600 


.585 


81 : 


$603,585 


81 



No. !. Statement of the Entire Receipts and Payments cf the Province of Nova Scotia, for thi> year ending Dec. 3 1 , 1869. 



. RECEIPTS. 
Dominion of Canada: 

Yearly subsidy 

Supplementary do 

Additional do 

Delegation expenses refuudod. 

Crown Land Department 

Hospital for Insane 

Miuts 

MiiCellaneous 

Hallway Damages: 

Annapolis 

Colchester (Pictou) 

Pictou Railway 

Kiui_ s 

Richmond Suspense 

Royalty on Coal 

Marriage Licenses 

Fees 

Immigration 

Privnts Bills 

Trespasses 



Total 603,585 81 



$ c. 

333 614 78 
42.4S1 85 
69,910 38 
14.200 00 
37.208 19 
20,292 17 
30,839 80 
1,999 35 

61 90 
152 78 

9,000 00 

766 25 

110 00 

38,317 14 

3,310 19 
283 50 
241 00 
320 00 
476 53 



PAYMENTS. 

Advances 

C mti agencies 

Coroners Inquests 

Criminal Prosecution? 

Crown Land Department 

Education 

Hare s i.ot 

Immigration 

Legislative expenses ,... 

Local W orks 

Mines 

Miscellaneous expenses 

Poor s Asylum 

Provincial and City Hospital , 

Public Building 

Public Printing 

Salaries, Government Officials . . . 
Steamboats, Packets and Ferries. 
Transient Poor and Debtitution . 

Railway Damages , 

Navigation Securities 

Marriage Licenses , 

Road Service 



Total 575.982 24 



$ c.- 

3,037 15 

9uO 00 

1,040 00 

2.174 85 

12.SUO 00 

162,057 56 

240 00 

800 00 

26,899 41 

57,000 00 

15.20) 00 

27.892 97 

14.912 38 

4,000 00 

1.239 88 

8.295 65 

21.K25 00 

8.110 00 

2,224 75 

9,03 J 08 

10,38;; SG 

413 41 

183 Sul 29 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

N->. 1. The TInn.JohnA. Beckwith in account with the Province of New Brunswick, for the fiscal year ending Oct. 31,1809. 



1SOS. DR. 

Oct. 31. Balance 

1869. 

Oct. 31. Total Receipts., 



$ c. 
213,073 09 

534,499 84 



Total I 747.572 93 



18?9. CR. 
Oct. 31. Total payments 
Balance 



Total. 



$ c. 

634,052 44 
113,040 49 



747,572 93 



No. 2. Statement of Entire Receipts and Payments of the Province of New Brunswick, for fiscal year ending Oct. 31, 1869. 



RECEIPTS. 

Dominion of Camada : 
Yearly subsidy 

Export duty 

Crown Lands 

Royalties on C ^al and Iron 

Casual lievenue 

Supreme Court Fees 

Provincial Secretary and Registrar s Fees.... 

Sums refunded by Dominion Government: 
Rail y subsidies, Fredericton Br. $(35,500 00 
Delegation Expenses 6,419 99 



Auction Duty 

Copper C"iu put in circulation 

Instalment on J. Steadman s note 

Interest un Commercial Bank liability 

Balances in Commercial Bank to credit of 

Chief Super, of Education $24,695 56 

Chief Cum. Public Works 9,440 01 

R. W. Cror>kshank 722 75 

Bye Road Commissioners... 410 09 



Overpaid 

Refunded and unexpended... 



$ c. 

314,637 60 

61,223 24 

35,424 67 

1,965 98 

2,319 62 

2,100 00 

4,576 26 



71,919 99 

89 71 

600 00 

100 25 

4,118 93 



35,263 32 

121 00 

34 27 



Total $534.499 84 



PAYMENTS. 

Audit Office 

Agriculture 

Attorney-General and Secretary s Office 

Bear bounties 

Board of Works 

Bye Roads 

Buoys and beacons 

Board of Health 

Clerk of the Pleas 

Crown Lands and Set lement of do 

Education 

Executive Government 

Elections 

Fishery Societies 

Hospital St. John, Tracadie Lazaretto, Ac. ... 

Indians 

Judicial 

Jury Fees 

Legislature 

Luuatic Asylum 

Marriage Certificates 

Miscellaneous and Unforeseen 

Pensions 

Queen s Printer 

Railway subsidies 

Seamen and Deserters 

Steam Navigation a: Government Engin 

Unpaid Warrants, 1808 

Wharves 



Total 631.632 44 



$ c. 

1.365 94 

11.784 26 

9,262 80 

1,5- 00 

124.881 09 

86,554 14 

120 68 

1,450 00 

1,H3G 10 

12,135 39 

151,884 23 

3,656 81 

2,818 33 

160 00 

4,170 20 

270 00 

2.256 75 

6.694 80 

32,333 46 

23,122 75 

873 00 

24 498 60 

220 00 

7.955 6a 

65,500 00 

269 91 

6.155 50 

50,183 39 

800 00 



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COMMERCE. 



[1871. 



COMMERCE, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

No. 1. Statistical View of the Commerce of the Dominion of Canada, during Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1S69. 



COUNTRIES, ETC. 


COMMERCE. 


SHIPPING. 


Value of 
Exports. 


Value of 
Goods En 
tered for 
Consump. 


Duty. 


Tonnage of British 
Vessels. 


Tonnage of Foreign 
Vessels. 


Entered Inwards, 5,233,919. <f 
Cleared Oulwarda, 5,2:17,125. 


Entered 
Inwards. 


Cleared 

Outwards. 


Entered 
Inwards. 


Cleared 
Outwards. 


Great Britain 


1 

20,498,324 
1.246,915 
1,546,590 
27,846,461 
133,907 
56,242 
2,213,073 

3,855,801 
3,077,468 


$ 
25,764,470 
1,242,283 
861,525 
25,477,975 
1,335,540 
497,291 
12,223,086 


4,799,757 
122,367 
420,798 
1,579,967 
317,359 
135,082 
906,396 


- 

* 


- 3,655,286 


3,732,986 


1,578,633 


1,494,139 


P. E. Island & Newfdld. 
British West Indies .... 
United States 


France 


Germany 


Other Foreign Countries 
Goods not the Produce of 


Add short returned at 
Inland Ports 






Add Differ, currency at 
Halifax and other Ports 
in Nova Scotia 




15,293 
1,886 






Add CoII d at Campbell- 
ton, N. B., no returns. 

Total . 






60.474,781 


67.402.170 


8.298.909 



No. 2. Comparative Statement shewing the Total Value of Exports, the Total Value, of Goods Imported and Kntered 
for Consumption, and the Amount of Duties Collected in the Dominion of Canada, during the Fiscal Years en<ii,/i j 
respectively on the 30th June, 1S68 and 1869. 





Fisca 


1 Year endi 


ag 30th Jun 


e, 1868. 


PROVINCES. 


Total 
Exports. 


Total 
Imports. 


Ent rd for 
Cousump. 


Duty. 


Quebec ) 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ cts. 


Ontario / 


47,499,876 


57,805,013 


57,248,229 


6,800,235 39 


Nova Scotiaj.. .. 
New Brunswick 


5,441,285 
4,626,727 


9,131,236 
*6,523,395 


8,213,682 
6,523,395 


1,132,609 60 
886,586 64 


Grand Total 


57,567,888 


73,459,644 


71,985,306 


8,819,431 63 



Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1869. 



Total 
Exports. 


Total 
Imports. 


Ent rd for 
Cousump. 


Duty. 


$ 

/ 28,223,268 
1 20,953,483 
5,743,511 
5,554,519 


$ 

30,940,341 
24,245,326 
8,607,244 
6,622,254 


1 

29,545,177 
23,724,764 
7,749,333 
6,382,896 


8 eta. 
4, 2:. 2, 236 79 
2,090,982 13 
1,076,173 47 
899,517 32 


60,474,781 


70,415,165 


67,402,170 


8,298,009 71 



* Goods entered for Consumption only Total Imports not given in return from Port of St John. 
No. 3. Total Imports into Dominion of Canada from Foreign West Indies, during Fiscal year ending 30th June, ISCf). 



PROVINCES. 


DIRECT. 


THROUGH OTHER COUNTRIES). 


United States. 


Newfoundland, 
P. E. Island, &c. 




9 41 

323,960 
672,629 
133,289 


194,546 
1,032,694 

297 


3,990 








New Brunswick 




Total 






1,029,919 


1,227,437 


3,990 





No. 4. Statemtnt of the Value of Foreign Goods imported, inta the Dominion of Canada via United States, also Goods 
the produce or manufacture of the United States, during the Fiscal year ending 30th June, 1869. 



DESCRIPTION. 


ONTARIO. 


QUEBEC. 


* NOVA 
SCOTIA. 


* NEW 
BRUNSWICK. 


TOTAL. 


Foreign Goods via United States in Bond 


$4,686,041 


$6 825 165 






$11 511 206 


" purchased in U. States markets .. 


749,184 


1 702 695 






2 451 879 




14,013,181 


4 532 425 






18 545 606 














Total.. 


19,448,406 


13.060.285 






32.508.091 



* No Official Beturns from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. 

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33 



EXPORTS, DOMINION OF CANADA 





DESCRIPTION. 


ONTARIO. 


QUEBEC. 


NOVA SCOTIA 


N. BRUNSWICK 


TOTAL. 


Produce of the Mine 
Fisheries 


439.593 
73,935 
4.484.079 
3,405.287 
7.127,044 
166,270 
234,287 


4111/15 

570,507 
10.722,651 
4 9S2.564 
4,85fi,417 
847.423 
f 7.477 
1.080.000 


1,030.629 
2.235.519 
1,076.686 
350.906 
381,739 
133,399 
16.981 


198.265 
362.749 
3,555.547 
30.650 
17,502 
618,309 
31,814 


2,093,502 

.3.242.710 
19.838,963 
8.7(39,407 
12,182,702 
1,765,461 
350.559 
1.080.000 
4,218,208 
3.855.801 
3.077.468 


" Forest 


Animals and their produce 


Agricultural Products 


Manufactures 


Other articles 


Ships built at Quebec 
Coin and Bullion 


Goods not produce . 
Kstimated amounts short returned 

Totals .. 


444,405 
2,328,165 


1.9(i/,790 
749 ,303 




711,652 


739,623 


*-",>,*oo . ,-&a,vGs 5,743,511 5,554,519 60,474,781 

IMPORTS, ONTARIO. 

^^^^^^ Curing the fiscal year ending 3m June 1869 


IMPORTS. TOTAL 
VALUE. 




FROM WHAT 


COUNTRY IMPORTED. 


AMOUNT OP 
DUTY. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


BRITISH COLONIES. 


U. STATES 


FOREIGN 
COUNTRIES. 


N.AMERICA. 


W. IND. 
46,032 


Dutiable Goods 11 ,. .-,-. 
Free Goods 
For. Reprints of Brit. Copyright Works 12> S 


7,954,779 
592,560 


e-:9 


3,119,16{ 
11,471.00* 
2,395 


523.280 
13,912 


2,0/7,319 63 


Total $ 23.724.764 8.547.339 


1,626 


46,032 


14,592,575 


537,192 


2,077,319 63 



IMPORTS, QUEBEC. 

<*,, during ft. fiscal year ending June, 1809. 



IMPORTS. 



Dutiable Goods 
free Goods 





TOTAL 
VALUE. 


FROM WHAT^COUNTRY IMI 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


BRITISH COLONIES. 


u. 8 


N. AMERICA. 


W. IND. 


$ 


20,646,941 
8,896,962 
1,274 


14,503,286 
5,123,350 


255,*35 
214.355 


266,953 
147 


.2.9 
3,2 

6,1 


ight Works 
* 


29.545.177 


19.626,636 


470.190 


267,100 



1,274 
6,170,078 



FOREIGN 
COUNTRIES. 

2,710,863 
300,310 



AMOUM OP 
DUTV, 



4,231,496 62 



3,011,1731 4.231.496 62 



IMPORTS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

aim of Imports, Duty collected, <fo., during the fiscal year ending 30th June 1869 


IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


FROM WHAT COUNTRY IMPORTED. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


BRITI.-H COLONIES. 


U. STATES. 


FOREIGN 
COUNTRIES. 


N.AMKHCA. 


W. IND. 


Dutiable Goods 
Free Goods 


4,556,482 
3,192,688 
163 


3,281.836 
721,149 


8,072 
504,373 


293,508 
43,592 


660,192 
1,899,831 
163 


312.874 
23,743 


1,060,879 57 


For. Reprints of Brit. Copyright Works 
ADD Difference currency received at 
Halifax, &c 










15 293 90 


Total $ 


7.749.333 

.._ 


4.002.985 


512.445 


337,100 


2.560,186 


336.617 1 


1,076.17.-! 47 



IMPORTS, NEW BRUNSWICK 








., ... / my uiejisi ai year enaing 30th June, 1869. 


IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUB. 


FROM WHAT COUNTRY IMPORTED. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


BRITISH COLONIES. 


U. STATES. 


FOREIGN 
COUNTRIES. 


N. AMERICA. 


W. IND. 


Dutiable Goods.... * 
Free Goods 


4,221,662 
2,160,766 
435 


2,743,744 
843,799 


2.611 

255,411 


206,335 
4,958 


1,104,383 
1,050,318 
435 


164,589 
6,346 


897,630 99 
1,886 33 


For. Reprints of Brit. Copyright Works 
ADD Collected at Campbellton. No 
returns 










Total * 
C 


6,382.896 


3,587,510 



rasn 


258.022 


211,293 


2,155.136 




170,935 




899.517 32 

j 



34 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, PROVINCES. 



[1871. 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, ONTARIO. 

Statement of the Value of Exports, the Value of Goods Imported, and the Amount of Duty collected, at each Port in 
the Province of Ontario, during the fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1869. 



POETS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 




$1.44.510 


$45 631 


$1,448 42 




403 249 


67 795 


R nRJ. ^ 


Belleville 


575004 


192 592 


24,506 38 




48 934 


32 357 


A ^Q1 cr> 




127,751 


242 67 1 


34,692 05 




108 


20 901 


4 WO RT 




60,125 


5 340 


513 07 


Oakville 


95 101 


5 408 






634.404 


384 759 


10,757 24 




106 560 


67 8h3 


5Qfiq P.Q 




136,250 


4,185 


944 46 


Owen Sound 


8753 


12 6 6 


8^6 08 




173,253 


733.661 


89.997 40 




112P92 


46 997 


4 190 83 




543,452 


84,969 


5,329 16 


Peuetan^uishene 


75,086 


10,265 


379 45 




59.157 


66,254 


631 66 




232 460 


27 759 


1 208 50 


Clifton 


3 297,1*01 


4,178,654 


57,597 08 




705 174 


309 208 


10 535 39 




251,660 


90,627 


6,980 75 






135 


15 02 




15,233 


12,386 


1,240 23 




133 845 


6,162 


4 465 07 


Cornwall 


44,548 


23,678 


1,549 21 




343,835 


387,455 


5750 50 


Cramahe 


78,475 


61,124 


705 37 




23,181 


928 






78,321 


827,547 


28,031 01 


Sault Ste Marie 


160 430 


37 551 


3 546 07 




118777 


127,037 


29.429 90 




313.543 


33707 


222 7 


Dover 


339.573 


19,077 


2,331 67 




103,954 


87,231 


6 548 39 




63,366 


161.668 


6,000 70 


Toronto 


1 847,623 


6704 9S7 


916 987 88 




178,493 


21,397 


823 49 




477 177 


25 745 


634 72 


El "in , 


2.958 


1,:394 


79 58 




254,072 


9,431 


790 05 


Fort Erie 


1,001,305 


54,371 


6,124 91 


Whitby 


536,004 


94,180 


15 654 15 




70,831 


32,492 


1,325 66 




237,009 


339,615 


14 425 62 


Godei ich 


120,377 


90,732 


2,994 68 


Woodstock 


90,254 


72.766 


8 >7 u j 




222 066 


262 169 


29 417 48 












894.471 


3,437,658 


444,129 34 




18,625,318 


24,242,928 


2 090 982 lo 




1,176,570 


283,025 


20,944 24 


Estimated Amt. snort 










1,234.475 


3 3S1 001 


98,893 52 


ret d at Iiil d Ports 


2,328,165 








46,019 


10,005 


159 66 






2398 






450 001 


963 856 


167 133 11 












177.038 


52,006 


470 80 


TOTALS 


20.953,483 


24 245 326 


2 090 982 13 



















EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, QUEBEC. 

Statement of the Value of Exports, the Value of Goods Imported, and the amount of Duty collected, at each Port in 
the Province of Quebec, during the Fiscal Year ending June 30th, 1869. 



POETS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTT. 


Amlierst ... ... 


$ 28,713 


3,377 


$ 538 65 


Rimouski 


$63 288 


$ 38 


$ 11 45 


CUircnceville 


36,860 


8,350 


601 30 


Russeltown 


44 846 


6 132 


707 41 


Coaticook . . ..... 


2,791,397 


403,262 


9,251 32 


St. John s 


2 304 288 


353 153 


7 374 15 




95,613 


21,153 


1,312 18 




301 961 


102 404 


9 456 30 




808 


8,111 


796 06 


Button. 


121 053 


8 774 


1 078 51 




239 138 


7 750 


10 160 43 










Hemmingford 


189,125 
33,381 


14,150 
4,72(5 


636 70 
567 73 


Estimat d amount ~\ 


27,473,965 


30,939,067 


4,232,236 79 


Montreal 


11,222,101 


23,698,688 


3,608,254 73 


short retur d at ! 


749,303 






New Carlisle 


290,762 


79,606 


13,123 43 


Inland Ports . . ) 










32,824 


6,851 


434 95 


Copyrights 




1,274 




Potton 


42 270 


6 402 


607 36 










Quebec 


9,629,537 


6,141,140 


567,324 07 


Total 


28,223,208 


30,940,341 


4,232,236 79 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Statement of the Value of Exports, the Value of Goods, Imported, and the amount of Duty collected at each Port in 
the Province of New Brunswick, during the Fiscal Year ending SQth June, 1869. 



POETS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DDTY. 




$65,771 
4,050 
24,393 


$24,032 
588 
1,210 


$13,724 45 
23 30 
699 23 
*1,886 33 
3,342 23 
1,357 01 
29,219 49 
5,847 63 
1,503 53 


Richibucto 


$164,342 


$27.540 
3898 
1,198 
66,577 
241,806 
20,952 
75,597 
31,038 
5,247,371 
232,533 
362 
4,985 
100 


$4.222 30 
3,717 29 
120 97 
6,598 67 
1,002 74 
8.141 90 
22,9!>7 25 
2,812 99 
677,526 20 
39,773 85 
1,006 40 
3,078 36 
5,069 85 




Richmond Station ... 




Rockland 


49,774 
12.971 
141.494 
41,816 
41,170 
139,470 
3,853,282 
96,311 




Sackville 


Catnpo Bello (Welc p) 


11,593 
13,527 
294,069 
143,407 
2,515 


6,862 
9,646 
201,774 
43,133 
11,793 


Shedinc 














St. John 




St Stephens .. 




66,824 


212,936 
606 
1,316 
3,497 
38,808 
10,212 
95,479 
5.070 


44,188 10 
1,068 29 
19 82 
327 10 
8,024 17 
898 25 
17,074 06 
285 56 


Tobique 


Grand Falls 




450 
455 




11,983 
132,420 
1,541 
33,640 
196,940 
10.311 






Copyright Works 




5,554,519 


6,621,819 
435 


899,517 32 






Total 






North .Togtrins 


5.554519 


6.622.254 


899.517 32 



* 1,886 33 deposited by Collector during the year as per hi account current, but no Return furnished. 

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EXPORTS AND IMPORTS EXCISE. 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

Statement of the Value f Exports, the Value of Goods Imported, and the amnunt of Duly collected at each Purl in 
the Province of Nova Scotia, during the Fiscal Tear ending-ytth Junf, 1869. 



PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. | 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 




$ 3 270 


2 157 






< 10,524 


$16.305 


$ 766 19 




14,651 


87,259 


$12.979 23 


North Sydney 


84,124 


62.164 


12.087 96 




62 409 


112274 


6,190 84 


Parrsborough 


9,411 


11,555 


157 87 




30 


24 162 


10,169 74 




309,761 


34S 677 


40.113 10 




40,491 


58.926 


4.205 96 


Port Acadie 


22,481 


12.311 


1,080 35 




79 837 


1.721 


2,254 78 


Port Gilbert 


20,865 


19.424 


242 41 




18.988 


18,224 


380 40 


Port Hawkesbury .... 


50,502 


37,123 


2.371 24 




40 319 


18,604 


649 85 


Port Hood 


7,168 


3 806 


763 33 




1 193 


1 710 


20 72 


Port LaTour 


20,634 


15,261 


386 35 




6 110 


12 251 


241 59 


Port Medway 


156 818 


31 029 


1 403 95 




2 579 


44.721 


6,189 41 


Port Mulgrave 


11,778 


25,894 


2,746 24 




12735 


6 882 


118 41 


Port Richmond 


2021 


2,461 






29 399 


7.749 


74 67 


Port Williams 


1,629 


1,658 


118 66 




2 798 


2337 






415 


7.762 


82 98 




12 149 


5.932 


18 05 


Pugwash 


70,603 


3.662 


811 63 




12 182 


8,035 


266 01 l 


i Ragged fslands 


149,004 


34.902 


1,964 35 




40.835 


58,157 


2,747 51 


Ratchford s River . ... 


457 


6.452 


111 73 




164 183 


7 974 


985 47 




2.241 


3,429 


160 07 




9 202 


13660 


2063 71 


St Ann s 


9,251 


37 


13 18 




17,958 


14.372 


207 66 


St. Mary s River 


1,686 


6,645 


39 35 


Free Port ... 


5,1 22 


9,222 


i 834 68 


Shelburne 


19,075 


24.438 


836 58 




6 169 


4955 


123 06 


St. Peter s 


206 


1,248 


1,678 13 




113 186 


4.259 


298 78 




13,124 


4.093 


2401 79 




8286 


389 


1,186 71 


Tangier 


21,543 


1,799 






7 253 


1,527 


25 35 




7,137 


2,610 


1 314 30 


Halifax 


2,972 324 


6 496 546 


892,052 55 


Thome s Cove 


3,844 


2,246 


5 85 




23 715 


16,111 


41 25 


Truro 


544 


11,535 


460 51 




11 712 


12.330 


468 40 


Tnsket 


10682 


18,637 


369 46 




10366 


" 6,222 


45 


Wallace 


10,896 


4,700 


228 56 




4,164 


74,716 


602 99 


Walton. 


7.203 


4,398 


24 60 






127 


19 00 




10090 


1 519 






19 805 


9.027 


705 13 




72 643 


36,791 


2,501 74 




65 520 


37,178 


961 74 




4,912 


12,940 


425 15 




45462 


60 


9 06 


Windsor 


75.616 


101,995 


8 808 28 


Little River 


90746 


7,710 


359 27 




255 157 


345,547 


30 709 27 




201 261 


108 529 


8 985 47 












46,969 


21,596 


1,311 26 




5,743,511 


8,607,081 


1,076,173 47 




52,260 


23,917 


2,055 69 












19431 


8,847 


599 45 


Copyrights 




163 






3 480 


25 601 


684 00 










Marsaree ., 


4908 


7,053 




Total ... 


5,743.511 


8,607,244 


1.076.173 47 



EXCISE, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

No. 1. Statement of the Number of Tobacco Manufacturers, the Description and Quantity of Tobacco and other sub 
stances used in the Manufacture of Tobacco, Cigars and Snuff, the Quantity Manufactured and the Duties accruing 
thereon, during tlie fiscal year mding ZQth June, 1869. 



Provinces. 


No. of 
Manui aetu rs. 


Quantity of Material used. 


Tobacco. 


Cigars. 


Snuff, 


Duty. 


4 


l~ Q 
O la 


al 

OJ2 


Other 
Commodi 
ties. 


Duty. 


Duty. 


Duty. 


Total Duty 


Duty 
Collected 
ex Manu 
factory. 


Duty 
Goods 
Ware 
housed. 


Ontario ... 
Quebec ... 
Nova Scot. 
New Brun. 

Total ... 


64 
25 
8 

7 


Ibs. 
115,069 
127,451 


Ibs. 
1,732,818 
3,933,167 
736,435 
192,962 

5,695,382 


Ibs. 
1,847,887 
3,160,618 
736,435 
192,962 


Ibs. 

254,604 
624,015 
115,180 
32,677 


$ c. 

164,047 85 
281,462 60 
70,200 70 
16,9:t6 35 


17,911 54 
4,667 70 


$ c. 

50 00 
9,708 70 


$ c. 

182,009 39 
295,839 00 
70.200 70 
17,765 83 


$ c. 
73,078 19 
46,971 94 
1,501 40 
82948 


$ c. 
108,931 20 
248.867 06 
68,699 30 
16,936 35 

443,433 9} 




829 48 
23,408 72 








104 


242,520 


5,937,902 


1,026,476 


532,647 50 


9,758 70 


565,814 92 


122,381 01 



No. 2. Comparative Statement of Number of Distilleries and Quantity of Spirits produced, Number of Breweries and 
quantity of Malt Liquor produced therefrom, in Canada, during fiscal years ending June 30, 1867, 1868, 1869. 



w 

dp 
o 

C 

1 
fi 

Ont. 
Qu. 
N.B. 

N.S. 

Tot. 


Number of 
Distilleries. 


Proof Spirits Distilled. 


ExciseDuty 
collected 
and 
accruing. 


Number of 
Breweries. 


Malt Liquor Brewed. 


Exc.Duty 
collected 
and 
accruing. 

$ c. 

894 56 
12,106 81 

562 06 


g 

oo 
r* 


QO 
<> 
00 

f-( 



oo 
r-l 


1867. 


1868. 


1869. 


S 

00 

rH 


00 
fH 


oo 

,H 


1867. 


1868. 


1869. 


Gallons. 
2,886,025 
26,409 


Gallons. 

3,912,480 
167,567 


Gallons. 
3,781,589 


$ c. 

2,382,401 07 

"27909 


Gallons. 
3,548,610 
3,376,770 


Gallons. 
4,014,581 
3,125,157 
130,375 
163,&72 


Gallons. 
4.063,908 
2,924,350 
276,330 
338,960 


31 
3 


24 
1 


26 


115 
22 


122 
20 
5 
6 


107 
17 
5 
5 


... 


... 


1 






443 






34 


25 


27 


2,912.434 


4,080,047 


3,782,032 


2.382.680 16 


137 


153 


134 


6,925,380; 7,433,685 


7,603,548 


13,563 43 


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EXCISK BANKS. 



[1871. 



No. 3 Comparative Statement nf the number >f Petroleum Refiners, the Quantity of Crude Oil used, the Pftroleum 
Manufactured, and the Duties accruing thereon, during the fiscal years ending on the 30th June, 1868, 1869. 















=o 














x T3 


Oj ac 




a 


z 







2 g si 


> X 




a 


a 




a 




~ - g si 


erf a 




o 
















3 








^ c 
"S x 




! 





3 


1 1 


P^S S 


5 


c 


^^ 


*o 


S 


1 


^s -t. i 


:E 


Zl 


2 3 


I 


P 


" JH 


3=| 8 


J-- 


* 


s s 


ft 




P 


a 


-1 J 1 


a 

M 







(S 




hH 


S 8 * 


2: 







Hi 






H 8 


ISliS 




Gallons. 


Gallons. 


$ 


$ 


$ 


1869 




Gallons, 


Gallons. 


$ 


$ 


$ 


OnL 


2fi 


251,82 


237,765 


11,888 


1,069 


12,957 


Out. 


47 


4,676.793 


2,769,136 


138,456 


17,304 


165,76L 


Qu 










83 


83 


Qu. 


2 


46,079 


3,088 


154 


1.261 


1,415 


K B 










73 


73 


N.R. 










764 


764 


N S 














N.S. 










451 


451 






























Tot. 


26 


251,882 


237,765 


11,888 


1 ; 227 


5,657 


Tot. 


49 


4.722,872 


2,772,224 


138,611 


19.7S2 


74,431 



BANK STATISTICS. 

No. 1. Statement of the Capital, Asset* and Liabilities of Banks acting under Charter, fnr the several months nfthe year 
ending December 31, 1869, according to the Returns furnished by them to the Auditor of Public Accounts. 













L I A B I L I 


n E s. 






MONTHS. 


Capital 
paid up. 


Prom. Notes 
in circulat. 
not bearing 
interest. 


Balances 
due to other 
Banks. 


Cash 
Deposits 
not bearing 
interest. 


Cash 
Deposits 
bearing 
interest. 


Total 
Liabilities, 
1869. 


Total 
Liabilities, 

1868. 


Total 
Liabilities, 

1SU7. 




$30,595.383 


$9,720,533 


$1.420,0(18 


$15.956.945 


$22.646,^63 


$49,743.750 


$42,103,093 


$23.658,279 




27.639,396 


9.947,904 


1.430,212 


15,570,886 


22.926.794 


49,875,796 


42,496,140 


38,134.968 




3 ,788.307 


9,905.410 


1,345.571 


14,467,098 


22.509 173 


48,227.253 


41,512.236 


37.893,314 


April 


30,842.377 


8,997,059 


1,290,311 


14,534.404 


22,496,624 


47,324,400 


43,068,224 


38,531.084 


May 


30.274,014 


7.805,443 


1,386,460 


14,8S6.972 


21,435,815 


35,514.690 


42,739,444 


38,778.605 




30.981.074 


8,063,198 


1,994,436 


16,307.669 


22.515,663 


48,380.967 


43,722,647 


39.788,638 


July 


31,130,443 


8.056,132 


1,520.554 


15.627,807 


23,790,443 


48,994,937 


42,869,437 


42.33 1.^20 




31,108.907 


8,348,399 


1,296,953 


15.353,975 


23.724,528 


48,720.546 


43,512,470 


41.676,247 


September 


30,152.931 
31.959.608 


9,161.050 
11.367,728 


1,191.662 

1,207.375 


15,781,224 
17,322.172 


24.9 14.230 
26,945,551 


51.048169 

56.842,827 


47.269,045 
48,514,007 


43.56ii,756 

45,082,788 


November 
December 


31.881.906 
32,127,293 


11,679,640 
11,421,641 


1,374,594 
1.387,664 


18563,993 

17,781,807 


27,111.588 
27,525.442 


58,729816 
57,879,557 


51,727,418 
49,743,750 


43,9154,010 

43,052,188 


Averazes... 


31.790,136 


9.539.511 


1,404.316 


16,012.912 


24,045.176 


50.106,892 


44.939.826 


39.70-2,391 



MONTHS. 

Jan 
Keb 
March- 
April ... 
May 
Jane .. 
July .... 
August 
Sept 
October 
Nov 
Dec 

Avorane 




Coin, 
Bullion 
& Prov. 
Notes. 


Landed or 
other 
Property 
of Banks. 


Govern 
ment 
Securi 
ties. 


Promiss ry 
Notes 
or Bills of 
other B ks. 


Balances 
due from 
other B ks. 


\otes and 
Bills 
liscoun d. 


Other 
debts due 
to the 
Bank. 


Total 

Assets, 
1869. 


Total 

Assets, 
1868. 


Total 

Assets, 
1867. 


14.011,421 
12.358,765 
9.924.769 
8,429.485 
12 542.790 
13.505,767 
13,573,429 
12,822,447 
9.825.982 
12.096,873 
13,713.14- 
14,048,956 


$1,668,919 
1,628,730 
1,640,724 
1,640.719 
1.642,388 
1.650,305 
1,647,401 
1,624,102 
1,647,692 
1,642,152 
1,660,911 
1,636,904 


3,352,015 
3,180,359 
3,118,206 
3.118,135 
3,142,637 
3,188,262 
3.191,499 
3,108,669 
4,585,143 
5,969,207 
5,969,290 
5,911,413 


$1,883,234 
1,677,709 
1,768,671 
1,570,797 
1,787,825 
2,083.544 
1,878,033 
2,082.756 
1,939.973 
2,068,857 
2,150,338 
2,234.644 


$5,439,277 
5,916,689 
7,687,161 
8,980,188 
5.769.076 
6,594.420 
6,486,383 
6,153.996 
7,368,545 
6,663,573 
7,222,759 
6,833,866 


54,212.829 
i6.066.10S 
55,342,482 
55,377,080 
52,230,808 
53,572.307 
54,175.679 
54,868.862 
58,498,692 
51,481,050 
61,045,157 
60,336.382 


$3,761,396 
3,798,689 
3,670,380 
3,575.652 
3,125,940 
2.970.419 
3,155,960 
2.972,592 
3.027,272 
3,357.602 
3,092,867 
2,965,946 


84.328.094 
84.687,052 
83,152,396 
82,692,059 
80,241,667 
83,565,027 
84,108,387 
83,633,427 
86,893,302 
93,279,321 
94,854,471 
93,968,114 


78,056,890 
78,850,911 
75,454,388 
78,674,740 
77,528,498 
77,872.257 
76,781,974 
77,426,533 
81.358,881 
82,764,960 
86,141.235 
84,329,094 


70.633,511 
69.617.926 
69,835,303 
70,867,135 
71,609,324 
72,213,597 
76,183,750 
76,060,520 
78.502,864 
80,623,824 
79.530,966 
78,866,098 


12 37 819 


1.R44.245 


3 986.236 


1.927.198 


6.759,661 


5*5.433.953 


3.289.559 


86.2S3693 


79,636.030 74.545,401 



No. 2. Statement of Bankt in Canada, with authorised and paia up capital, on 31rf August, 1870. 



NAME OF BANK. 


Capital auth. 


Cap. paid up. 


NAME OF BANK. 


Capital auth. 


Cap. paid up. 




$6,000,000 00 


$6,000,000 00 




6,000,000 00 


$5.236,099 27 


Quebec Bank 


3,000,000 00 

1 *70O 000 00 


1,498,400 00 
1 200000 00 


Royal Canadian Bank 
Union Bank of L. C, 


2,000,000 00 
2,000,000 00 


1,221,735 52 


City Bank 
Bank of Brit. North America 
Banquedu Peuple 


4,866,666 00 
1,600,000 00 


4,866.666 00 
1,600,000 00 


Mechanics Bank 
Canadian Bank of Commerce . 


1,000,000 00 
4,000,000 00 
200,000 00 


321,190 92 
2,124,941 25 
129,400 00 


Niagara District Bank 
Mulson s Bank 


400.000 00 
1,000,000 00 


308,572 15 
1,000,000 00 


Merchants Bank, Halifax 


1,000,000 00 


300,000 00 
400000 00 




2.000,000 00 


800,000 00 


Union Bank, Halifax 






Ontario Bank 


2,000,000 00 

Af\f\ (1AA 00 


2,000 000 00 
400 000 00 


Bank of New Brunswick 
St. Stephen s Bank 


900,000 00 
200,000 00 


200,000 00 


Kastern Townships Bank 
Hanqne Nationale 
1 anque Jacques Cartier 


$1,000,000 00 
1.000.000 00 


1,000.000 00 
1.000.000 00 


Totals 


42,766,666 00 


33,628.955 11 



[36] 



1871.] 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION. 



37 



CARRYING TRADE AND NAVIGATION OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 

No. I Statement showing number and Tonnage of Vessels which arrived at and departed from tlie several Provinces 
in the Dominion of Canada, during the Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1869. 



PROVINCES. 


VESSELS ARRIVED. 


VESSELS DEPARTED. 


British. 


Foreign. 


Total 


British. 


Foreign. 


Total. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 

124493 

195812 
289288 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 




1108 

47(>i> 
2188 


706800 
684274 
458416 


276 
699 
617 


1384 
5465 
2805 


831293 

880086 
747704 


1270 
495*1 
2028 


795407 
692403 
474105 


283 
511 
554 


129764 
181098 
264705 


1553 
5462 
2582 


925171 
873501 
738810 


Nova, Sf.othi 




Total Sea going 
Vessels employed in the In 
land Trade between Ontario 
aad Quebec and the U. S. . . 

Total . 


8062 
11565 


1849490 
1805796 


1592 
5423 


609593 
969040 


9654 
16988 


2459083 
2774836 


8249 
11402 


1961915 
1771071 


1348 
5659 


575567 
918572 


9 , . -. 

17061 


2537482 
2689643 


19627 


3655286 7015 


15786:13 


26642 


5233919 19651 


3732986 7007 1494139 26658 5227125 



No. 2 Statement showing the number and Tonnage of Steamers and Sailing Vessels built and those registered in the 
several Provinces of the Dominion of Canada, during the Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1869. 



BUILT. 


REGISTERED. 


PROVINCES. Steam. 


Sail. 


T 
No. 


otal 


Steam. 


Sail. 


Total 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


Quebec 8 


705 
1,535 

66 
247 


84 
36 
104 

84 


31,137 
4,411 
26,613 

31,725 


92 

50 
105 
88 


31,842 
5,946 
26,679 
31,972 


17 
21 
4 
6 


1,524 
2,000 
693 
315 


130 
37 
209 
102 


36,851 
4,369 

44,128 
35,528 


147 
58 
213 
108 


38,375 
6,369 

44,821 
35,843 


Ontario ... 14 


Nova Scotia .... 1 






Total 27 


2,553 


308 


93,886 335 


96,439 1 48 


4,532 


478 


120,876 


526 


125,408 



No. 3. Summary Statement of the Business of the Welland, St. Lawrence. Cfiamhly, Burlington, Ottawa and Rideau 
Canal*. St. Ours and St. Ann s Locks, showing the Total Quantity of ench description of Property passed through and 
on the same, and the Amount of Tolls collected, during the fiscal year ended 30th June. 1869. 



ARTICLES. 


Welland Canal. 


St. Law. Canal, 


Chamblj Canal 
& St. Ours Lock. 


biirlinjjtou 
Hv PartHl. 


St. Ann s Lock 


Ottawa and 
KideaufmialR. 


Tons. 


Toll.-*. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Vessels of all kinds.. 
Passengers (No.) 
Produce of Forest.... 


1,267,451 
6,611 

258,978 
179 
4,013 
503.869 
24.419 
202.764 
200.528 


$ 
28,430 
648 
26723 
44 
1,081 
98.071 
6.109 
41.954 
34.236 


l,174,65i 
4K.754 
590.386 
2,357 
5,02f, 
86,067 
19.67S 
103,l4ti 
53.71(i 


$ 
8,978 
2.774 
16.936 
233 
960 
12,562 
2.133 
13,405 
5.760 


429,648 
2,144 
315,246 
173 
380 
10990 
7,496 
12.091 
54,412 


$ 
5,154 
33 
19,338 
8 
55 
1,070 
907 
1.525 
5,153 


251.709 
20.42S 
27.744 
53 
2.319 
39,880 
141 
19231 
32.306 


$ 
632 
204 
588 
4 
218 
2,812 
11 
1,435 
2097 


479.162 
22,264 
360,101 
640 

444 
3.965 
2.345 
10,191 
8,476 


* 
1,197 
55 
5,668 
32 
22 
169 
117 
426 
344 


605,088 
2.102 
459,414 
14 
1.074 
6.075 
2,70" 
16,877 
16,681 


$ 
4,814 
54 
10,194 
1 
83 
343 
129 
737 
897 


Animal Produce 
Vegetable Food 
Agricult. Products... 


Merchandize 



No. 4. Statement thowing the Number, National Character, and Tonnage (computed from aggregate number of Trips 
made during the Season of Navigation) of Vessels which passed on and through the We.Vund. St. Lawrence, Cliambly, 
Burlington Bay, Rideau and Ottawa Canals, St. Our s and St. Ann s Locks, during the fiscal year ending oOth June, 
1869. and amount of Tolls collected thereon. 



V SSELS. 


From Canadian 
to Canad. Ports. 


From Canad. 
to Am. Porte. 


From Amer. 
to Can. Ports. 


From Amer. 
to Am. Ports. 


Total. 


Amount 
of Tolls 

on Vessels. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


Canadian Vessels < Steamers. 
Welland 


1,888 
10.096 
851 
1.090 
5.736 
8.027 


269,413 

988.790 
45X186 
190.362 
406,789 
520,491 


673 
1.328 
1,816 
160 
605 
751 


135.100 

122,166 
159950 
26.362 
57 713 

70,707 


707 
572 
1,768 
192 


140,878 
48,182 
152.905 
32,450 


10 

2 


2,62S 
41 


3,278 

11,998 
4.435 

1,442 
6.341 
8.778 


548.019 
1,159.179 

357,941 
249.174 
4H4.502 
591,198 


$ ct. 
11.044 02 

8 888 34 
4.258 56 

tv.ii; u~ 

1.161 30 
4.709 97 




Ohambly and St. Ours Lock. 






















Total Canadian Vessels _. 

American Vessels < Steamers. 
Welland 










27,6x8 


2,420,931 


5,333 


571,998 


3,239 


374,415 


12 


2,669 


36,272 


3.3; 0,013 


30.t>88 2C 


12 
5 
5 
1 


1.503 
108 
223 
104 


307 
124 
501 
13 


,31,022 

7.23 .) 
35.575 
1,189 


356 
75 
496 
15 
102 


51,966 
4.656 
35,308 
1.242 
7,347 


2.116 
146 

8 


634.941 

3,468 
601 


2.791 
350 
1,010 
29 
2(4 
193 


719,432 
15.471 

71.707 
2,535 

H.eeo 

13,890 


17,386 90 
90 17 
695 71 

C. 2 ! 

104 19 


St. Lawrence 


Chanibly and St. Ours Lock . 




102, 7.313 


Rideau and Ottawa 


100 


7,187 


93 


6703 


Total American Vessels 








123 


9,125 


1,038 


81,728 1.044 100.519 


2,372 64K.323 


4.577 


837.695 $18,519 S3 


Grand Tot. Canad. & Amer. 


27,SU 2.430.056 6,371 


653.726 4,283 474.934 


2.3R4 64 .992 40.349 


4.207.708 S4! .2()S U 



K. 6. Gross Amount of Tolls derived from all sources of the PromnKinl Canals of <\infl<i. .41-21.392 67. Incidental 
Expenses, 1347*469 5L Net Revenue for the ft seal year ending 30A June, 1869, $173,92? 16. 

[37] 



38 



EMIGRATION WOODS AND FORESTS. 



[1871. 



EMIGRATION. 

No. 1. Return of the number of Emigrants embarked fnr Canada, with the number of Births and Df.a hs during the 
viii/i_i;/K and in Quarantine ; the total number landed, with the number from each country, also the number of vessels 
arrived and average length of passage, during the season 0/1869. 



Whence. 


Class. 


No. of Vessels. 

Average No. of 
days on passage. 


Tonnage. 


No.Embrk d. 


Births. 


1 

ij 

~o a 

E- o 


i 

as 



a 

o 

3D 

a 
1 


Deaths in 
Quarantine. 


dj 
a 

cs 
o 
H 


Landed in Colony. 


Cabin 
Passengers 


Steerage 
Passengers 


Steerage 
Passengers 


Cabin 
Passengers 


3 

i 


England 


f Steamers 


55 
8 



12 



s 

38 
48 
44 
37 


88,973 
7,600 


1,525 


26,343 
27 
2,500 
12 
2,052 
7 
1.103 
8,604 
2 


1 


27,869 
27 
2,731 
12 
2,863 
7 
1,105 
8.643 
2 


20 





20 


26,324 
27 
2,500 
12 
2,650 

f? 

1.073 
8,541 

2 


1,525 
"231 
"216 


27,849 
27 
2,731 
12 
2.860 
7 
1.073 
8,553 
2 




( Sailing Vessels 
j Steamers* 


231 
"210 








Ireland 
Scotland 


( Sailing Vessels 
/Steamers 


3 
21 
3 

4 
38 

1 


2.479 
20.708 
2,453 
2.342 
19,662 
425 








1 
.... 

27 


3 





3 


Germany .. . 


\ Sailing Vessels 
do. 
do. 
do. 

Totals ... 


3 


18 
61 


14 

29 


82 

90 


Norway & Sweden.. 
Other Countries .... 


12 


81 








133 


144.642 


1.978 


41.250 


43.259 


102 


43 


145 


41,136 


1.978 


43.1U 



* Steamers touching at Irish ports are included in Euglisli and Scotch steamers. 

2Vb. 2. Comparative Statement of the number of Emigrants arrived at the port of Quebec since the year 1S29 to 1869, 

inclusive, the grand total being 1,171.584. 





1829-58 


1857. 


1858. 


1859. 


1860. 


1861. 


1862. 


1863. 


164. 


1865. 


1866. 


1867. 


1868. 


1869. 


England 


245 883 


15471 


6 441 


4 846 


6481 


7 780 


6,877 


6.317 


5 013 


9,296 


7.235 


9,509 


16.173 


27.876 




460,185 


2 016 


1,153 


417 


376 


413 


4,545 


4,949 


3.767 


4,682 


2,230 


2,997 


2,085 


2.743 


Scotland 
Europe 


99,508 
50 839 


3.218 
11 368 


1.424 
3578 


793 

2 722 


979 
2314 


1,112 
10 618 


2,979 
7,728 


3,959 
4,182 


2.914 
7453 


2,601 
4,770 


2.222 
16,836 


1,793 

16,420 


1,924 
13,607 


2,sr,7 

9,620 


Other Ports. . 


12495 


24 


214 








47 


12 




6 


125 


38 


11 


<> 


































868.910 


32,097 


12,810 


8.778 


10.150 


19.923 


22.170 


19.419 


19.147 


21.355 


28,648 


30,757 


34.300 


43,114 



WOODS AND FORESTS. 

Abstract of Cubic feet of each description of Timber mr.asured and culltd under the Superintendence of the Supervisor 
of Cullers, at int. Port nf Quebec, during the year ending 3lst December, 1869. shewing where produced. 









0) 








-- 










a 








O 




PROVINCE AND SECTION. 


a 


13 2 




T3 


_ M - 


S 


,13 


f 

7) 
on 


|^ 

















^ 





B a 


QUEBEC. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


F eet. 


C\ V. * TJ T * O*- T 


17 917 
















North Ottawa River below Ottawa City . 
North Ottawa River above Ottawa City . 


2.674 
201.212 


138.130 
3,456,010 


68 
337,523 


1.042 
4,480 


4,784 
30,651 


417 
23,456 


""832 


132 

338 


ONTARIO. 


















St. Lawrence River from Quebec Pro 


















vince Lice to Head of i ake Ontario ... 


848.207 


825,700 


90.908 


120,449 


665,280 


137,126 


846 


1,749 




497 802 


309,833 


93.935 


1,964.980 


892,560 


25.334 


206 


143 


South Ottawa River below Ottawa City . 


82.350 


357,992 


6.060 


27.051 


157,369 


54 826 


1,102 


... ... 


South Ottiwa River above Ottawa City . 


324.032 


8,967,089 


2.300,866 


2,384 8,721 


28,749 


6,690 


31 








..4 ... 


97,140 


4,200 


90 


... ... 


Or-iTid Total Feet 
















1,973 494 


14,054.754 


2829.360 2,217,526 1.7S9.355 


274,108 


9,766 


2.393 


An Abstract ofthf Cubic fM, &c. (continued.) 




u 








M 




. 


, 






, 


PROVINCE AND SECTION. 


1 


id 

u 





g 




a 


D 

9 


3 

a 


5 

O 


i . 

"O 
5 o 


Ei 


If 




I 


i5 


^. 


B 


e 


O. 


* 


B 


if 


S 


3 

B ps 


QUEBEC. 


Feet. 


Fent. 


Feet. 


Feet 


Feet. 


Feet 


Feet. 


Feet. 


FeeS. 


Feet 


Feet 


n K * r> T * Qf T ow /** 


65 839 


539 294 






3088 
















80QK 






















North Ottawa Kiver above Ottawa City . 


35,681 


1,052 


431 




12,939 


134 






46 





... 






ONTARIO. 
























St. Lawrence Rivc-r from Qnebec Pro 
























vince Line to Mi ,-t l of Lake Ontario 


43,396 


5,921 


917 


32 


... *. 


67 





8.4S7 


838 


2832 


... 




1 1P4 


45 










205,519 




7,694 


16J 


M 




fiQ OOF. 7 *>O^ 


1 4V> 


1060 


212 


120 




847 










01 nr i; !<"* 


609 






4" 








317 


58 
















896 




747 






Orarul ToUl Feot 








1092 










^ 


06 


248.467 553,77 1 


4.409 


1.2C9 


363 


205.914 41. W2 


9.325 



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1871.] 



MATHEMATICAL DEPARTMENT. 



39 



MATHEMATICAL DEPARTMENT. 

It is with great pleasure that we have again to notice a large numher of solutions of the Problems in the Almanac 
for 1870, from our mathematical friends. Many of our correspondents have, hy their elaborate solutions, exhibited 
an extensive knowledge of mathematics. The solutions of Messrs. Sullivan, Chute, Armstrong, Kicid, Moran, 
Cimeron, Fleming, and particularly those of Messrs. Doyle, Mathews, Sheehan, Baird, Dunne, and Scndamore, are 
worthy of the highest credit. We insert this year a prize question, and those who send in its solution before February 
loth, 1871, will have a chance for the " Cy clgpedia of Mathematical Science," which will be granted for the best solution. 
Correspondents who desire written replies to their qtiestions will please defray the expenses of postage. All commu 
nications to this Department must be in the hands of the publishers, Messrs. Copp, Clark & Co., before July 1st, 1871. 

NOTE. Through mistake, Mr. Sbe>han was not credited in our last issue for solving Probs. 3, 13 and 21, of 186,9, 
which he did correctly. Also, Mr. Finlay should have received credit for solving II. in Prob. 8 and Prob. 16 of the 

same year. 

Mathematical Acknowledgments. 



We have received correct solutions from correspondents, 
as follows : 

II. N. CHUTE, Afst. Math. Prof., Baptist College, Wood 
stock: D. C. SULLIVAN-, LL.B.. Brantford; ANDREW DOTLE, 
St. Patrick s School. Hamilton : WM. FLEMING, Teacher S. 
No. 20 Markham; WM. DONNE, Teacher S. No. 4 llibhert; 
JOHN MATHEWS. Miliken, Ont. ; FI T. SCUDAMORE, Brooke, 
Ont. : and C. CRAVEN, Teacher, Highland Creek ; all tbe 
Problems in our last issue. 

GEORGE BAIRD. BrucefieM, Ont.; all but Problem 10. 
0. W SHELDON, S S. No. 8. Raleigh, Ont; all but Problems 
5 and 10. W. G. KIPD. Fergus, Ont.; all but Problems 10 
and 24. JOHN MORAN. Teacher. New Hamburg. Ont.; all 
but Problems 1, 11 and 21. JOHN SHEEHAN, Oneida, Ont.; 
all but Problems 9, 10 and 25. J. CAMERON, Maple. Ont. ; 
all but Problems 1. 3. III. in 8, and 16. M. ARMSTRONG, 
Teacher S. S No. 2, Blancbard; all but Problems 9, 10, 19, 
20, 21, and 24. 

CHARLES CAMPBELL, lona. Ontario. Solved Problems 1, 

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 22, 23 and 25. 
JAMES GAHAN, Romney, Ontario. Solved Problems 1, 2, 

3, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23 and 24. 

J. S. DUNDON, Norwood, Ontario. Solved Problems 2, 3, 

4, 5, 7, I. and II. in 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 22, 23 and 25. 



GEORGE JACQUES, Malvern. Solved Problems 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 
6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 17, 22, 23 and 25. 
H. B. JOHNSON, Ottawa. Solved Problems 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 

1. in S, 9, 13, 14, 22 and 23. 

ADAM RUSSELL, Scarboro . Solved Pioblems 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 
6, 7 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 22, 23 and 24. 

ANTHONY McGuiN. Storrington. Solved Problems 1, 2, 3. 
4. 5, 6. 7, 1. and III. in 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 20, 22, 23 
and 25. 

DAVID L. MAXWELL, St. Lambert, Quebec. Solved Prob 
lems 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 10, 17, 20, 21, 23 and 20. 

ISAAC J. BIRCHARD, Stayner. Ontario. Solved Problems 

2, 3, 5, 7, I. and II. in 8, 12, 13, 15, 17, 22. 23 and 25. 
K TUS S PLATTER. Montreal. Solved Problems 2, 3, 4, 5, 

6, 7, 8, 9, 12. 13, 14, 15. 17, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25. 

M. G. MERRY, Barrington. Rhode Island, TJ. S. Solved 
Problems 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, I. in 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 
V. -1-1. 23, 24 and 25. 

SVMUEL McNlVEN, Kingston, Ontario. Solved Problems 

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 22, 23, 24 and 25. 
ALEX. McI AF., Bandon, Ontario. Solved Problems 1, 2, 

3, 4, 7, I. in 8, 9, 12, 14, 17, 19, 20, 23 and 25. 



a c be 

PROB. 8. (I) or ; 
b a 



Answers to Problems* 1S70. 

PROB. 3 16.28 +. PROB. 4. 10 weights. PROB. 5. Speed of faster train per 
PROB. 6. 302.3 +. cubic feet. - I EOB. 7. 1 at $2.26; 11 at S3. 01 and 19 at $0.77. 

PROB. 9. 271125 leaves. PROB. 10. 80 fos. 



PROB. 1, 9.6. PROB. 2. $1697. 
hour 35 miles; of slower 25 milts. 

n r n 

(II) 2 + y 3 ; (III) - ; or j - - (5 + , 37). 

on one cord, 60 fts. on the other. PROB. 11. 5 - gals. PROB. 12. 66.2354 yds. PRO:;. 13. Sides of triangle will bo 3 , 
24.8 and 18.6. PROB. 14. 4.8 per cent. PROB. 15. 17 2s. PROB. 16. 300 dys. PROB. 17. Length 36 ; breadth 26 ; 
height 11. PROB. 18. 52; or 64 oxen. PROB. 19. 10063.294 sq. yds. PROB. 20. 18.371 +; 18.371 + and 7.34S4 +. 

PROB. 21. ; or 300 per cent. PROB. 22. 1.8708 -f . PROB 23. $C3.33 -f . PROB. 24. of the length of stick from 

15 1 16 

end. PROB. 25. 15 - gain ou first; 31 on second; and 46 -- gain per cem. on third. 

Mathematical Problems. 



(l)-(i9). A and B rent a pasture, into which A put 7 
horses and B as many as cost him $4.40 a wnt-k. Atter- 
wards I! put in three additional burses, anil found that 
h-i had then to pay $4.80 per week. At what rate was 
the pasture hired? 

(2)-(GO;. Divide unity into four parts in A P. so that the 
gum of their cubes may be L. , 

6:>i 12 

(3)-(51). If A had travelled 2-llths of a mile an hour 
faster he would have finished his journey in 37-39ths of 
the time; but if he had travelled 2 ilths of amil nri hour | 
slower he would have been 1 31-3oths hours longer ou the ; 
road. How many miles did be travel? 

(4)-(52), The wheel of a carriage is a fret in diameter, 
required the length of the sii Ti sMve nycloHial HHM gene 
rated h.y a nail in the circumference of the wheel in a dis 
tance of 24 miles? 

(5)-(53). A broker has two kir>d*of money, it takes m 



(6)-(54). Five men leased a Madoc gold claim for six 
months, for which they paid $500. They agreed to share 
the cost according to the time that each employed men 
upon tbe claim. Now A employed 20 men and p -id * ."iO ; 
B 24 men, nud pri 1 104: C 32 me.n, and paid $100; D 16 
men, and paid f 50; and E 14 men. and paid the re 
mainder. Kcqui ed the time that each person s giuigof, 
men were em pi >yed ? 

(7)-(oo). Solve the equations 



(T; 



5/ - (4 * 



14641 



(II) 



(III) 



- 7 x + 2 10 zS - IS x 



V- 



:0. 



9 x x 

(8)-(5 i). A HIT, i ]! pressed of $11011 bequeaths to his 
son an i,th of tbe sum + $ P\ to the second an 



pieces of the first to make a dollar and n pieces of the . of the remain !. T + > i 1 . and so on. In th end they all 



second to make the same sum. Some one offers him a 



dollar for r pieces ; how many of each kind ghall he take? receive : 

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alike. How nviiiy sons had he. and what did 



MATHEMATICAL DEPARTMENT FOREIGN CONSULS IN CANADA. [1871. 



(9)-(57). Find the radius of that circle wh >se centre 
Toeing taken in the circumference of another circle con 
taining two acres, shall cut off half its contents ? 

(10)-(58). A B and C are three equal vessel-; the first 
contains water, the second wine, and the third wine and 
water. If the contents of B and be put together, it is 
found that the mixture is 11.25 times as stroa : as if the 
contents of A and C had been treated in lik< manner. 
Find the proportion of wine to water in the vessel C. 



(ll)-(59). The discount on $ P due x years hence is to 
$ P ; ; m : n. Find the rate of interest? 

(12)-(60). If 12, 3.5, and 10, are the distances of a point 
within a squire to three of tho auglos A. B. C. Find the 
area or the square. B being the nearest angle? 

(13)-(61). Prize Prob. If a rifleman can plant 11 per 
cent. <>f his bullets within a circle of one foot in diameter, 
at the distance of 100 yards. Find the diameier ot that 
circular turret which he might make an even venture to 
hit tbe first shot ? 



Problems contributed by Correspondents. 



(14)-(G2). By John Matthews. A steamboat started from 
Hamilton and sailed down Laku Ontario; owin to the 
roughness of the lake, during the first four hours she only 
sailed 2o miles. of this the third hour s sailing wis double 
tho first, the fourth was lj mile less than their Mini, and 
the second WHS* one-third of the distance, equal t-> Ij- miles 
more than twice the third hour s sailing. C >otinuing 
this progression, how far was the boat from Hiaiiltou at 
the end ot the tenth hour? 

(15)-(03) By A. Doyle. A line 16 inches long is a com 
mon tangent, to 4 circles, touching one anotoer; it is 
diviilei) in tlif points of contact, A B C D such that A B2 
= 3 B C 2 and B C2 = 5 C D2 The difference her ween the 
diameters of the first and fou-th circles is 7 31 1521963. 
Required the areas of the four circles? 

(16MG1). By Wm. Dunne. A Local Supt. divides $360 
between four schools in G. P.. and each school received as 
many d -liars as there were pupils attending it on an 
average. No. 1 receiving the smallest share. Ir was then 
found that the amount received by Mo. 3 exce -ded the. ~ 
of th.it received by No. 1 by $90. Required ih-s sum ap 
portioned to each school? 



(17)-(65). By John Camomn. A. B. and C, 

business with an aggregate capital of ( 1200. C s capital 
exceeds A s by $100. A sells nut in 10 months. B in 7| 
months, and C in 5 5-9ths months, and each receives in 
stock and profit $700. Find each person s stock? 

(18)-(66.) By R. S. Finlay. A military commander 
stations his men in such a position that in case of an 
attack on either of the three towns f Chatham, (ioderich, 
or Hamilton, he may have on the whole the ln-t possible 
distance to inarch, and supposing the probabili ies of an 
attack on any one of them being equal. Fin I the expec 
tation of the 1-ngth of his march to relieve one of them 
without knowing which, and the di-tance of his station 
from each of these places thi distance from < h;.tliam to 
Goderich 88 miles, from Goderich to Hamilton 98, and 



from Hamilton to Chatham 126, all measured in straight 
lines, and the country between them to be taken as a 
plane ? 

19)-(67). By Wm Fleming. Required in the undenary 
scale the L. 0. M. of 



_ 2f + 13. 1240 -U 

2i- -f- (224 -=- 10 ^ of 422) 
24 

2 _ 2 10J + 5.34 



quinary ; 



^ j; 



11 



-7 (16. 4 -j- 33.71) 



12 



-~ 1 . 235, nonary ; and 



3_ times e e. 8 X 5.89 
6 



et +. 



t.e 



, duodenary. 



4 ~ -(5e-i-14.0 

298 

(20)-(68). By Charles Campbell. 

An ag.-d man two daughters had, 

And thev were very fair; 

To eich he gave a piece of land, 

A circle aii 1 a square. 

At twenty shillings n acre just 

Tho I ind its value had; 

The money (hat enclosed the whole 

.lust, for the land was paid. 

If every shilling be an inch, 

As it is very near, 

Required the acres in each piece, 

Tne circle, and the square 1 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN CANADA. 



. RGF.NTINE REPUBLIC. Consul, >{. John, W.B., J. Rohrtsor>. 

AUSTRIA. Consuls, Halifax, N.S., Wm.Cunard; Montreal, 

K. Scbultze. 
BEI/3U3M. Consuls, Halifax, JV. S.. C. R. P.iinne: Montreal, 

Jesse Jo--cph. Vice Consul, Quebec, Abraham .lo-eph. 
BRAZIL. Consular Ayent, Halifax, If S., M. Tohin. 
DENMARK Consul, Halifax, S. Tohin Vicf-O/rnxuls, Mont- 

rt;nl, . Ryan; Quebec, George I emberton. 
FRANCE. Cnnsul-Gf.neral, QueJitc, F. (Jautier. Cumtitlar 

Jv s M udreid. Dr. P. K. i iciiilt; Tir>nt<>. W .1. Mac- 

Donell; St. John, N. B., George I arville; f <nrl"tt>ti,inn, 

P. E L. Dr. Hohkirck. Vux-Cbi.ttiti, Sydney, W.S., M. 

Bouriunt: II i/t fax, W. Cunard. St. Jo /n. \i-mfnimd- 

land, Mons. Toussaint. 
ITALY. OMSK/. Montreal, H. Chapman. C-msular Agent, 

Guspe, 0. LeBoutillier. 
JTF.TIIRRLASDS Consul-Genera/, B. Homer Dixi>n K.V.L., 

Toronto. ricf,-0onsul, Quebec, Alfred Falki-nberg. 

KORTH fir.RMvM CONFEDERATION. dimsuls, Q-ie.lu; Ch.Pitt ! 
M ntrfal O. F. Lomer; SI. Jnhn.ff.R,C. >.Tr. -n ow^ky : 
lli if ir, A r S.; C. A. Creighton; Mirimic/u, R. K. Hut 
chinson. 

OLPENBURO. Consul, Quebec, Gustav Bcling. 

PORTUGAL. V!r.f -Consuls. Quebec, C. II. K. TiHtone; (laspi, 
P Vibert, jr. ConsaZs. A -io Brunswick, Edward Ali- n; 
.. Thomas Abbott. 



SPAIN. Consul-General, Quebec, II. de Uriarte. Vict-Cansul, 
Quebec. Don .1. t ronsky. <nxiil, Mont mil, .1. Konrnier. 
V cr.-Omstd, Montreal, J. Block. Oinmil. (, itf/H. Anthony 
Paincliaufl. insular Agent. M. Geary*, S Johnson. 
Vice-Cm, .<nl, FfiHfax, N.S., Manuel C. Crooke. 

SWEDEV AND NORWAY. Consul. Qnehfc, A. Falkenlicrg Yice- 
("ii fiih, .M inirenl, Henry Chapman: fcC ii/Hiiii,,.*. John 
K. Barry : f^nfjHf.nay, David Price Hoble. ; Trit I isloles, 
Na /.jiire Tetn; Ritnnuski and M tanf. G-orgn Svlvain; 
Dn/ innittf., N. J)., George Hadden ; .I///-u; / / . Richard 
Iliitchisun : Rlchibucto, Robert. Ilutchinsin: ]>>u:tnuclu>., 
John Bowser : Klif.diac, Richard Scovil : St. .io!in. John 
Cudlif; Halifax. TV. 8, James B. Oxley ; Paffio th. J. W. 
Moody: St~ John s. Newfoundland, Robert II. I owse. 

Dnuou.AY. Consul. St. John s, ff.B., J. Robertson. 

UVMRII STATES OP AMERICA. C"n--iil-fien<>r<>l. M >i>trfn1, W. 
A. D<rt. rice Cbnsut- General, Montreal. W II ( a I vert. 
Qmsvh C- iftoH, W. M Jones; firrl E ie, A C Phillips; 
G xIrrlrJi, Thns. Allcock ; Hamilton, F. N Blake; King 
ston. S B. I lance; Present!. C S. Sims; I nrl fr/rnia, 
Sxniu-l I) I n-e: Toronto. Al ierf I) Shaw \V ./-/<//-. Geo. 
W Swift; c,,,ilii;iii>k, Kdwin Vaughn; Qm > < dairies 
Robinson : Halifax, N.S , M. M. Jackson ; / .--/,/, W.S., 
B II. Norton; St. John s, NB, Darius B. VVarnnr; St. 
John s. .\ .,> .,<//, ind, Tho". N. Milloy: Ch. irl- tt-toum, 
I . I .. I . K. P. Scammon. Consular Aynil, K>. John, Q.. 
W. Ilitrmsin. 

. Vice-Consul, Montreal, T. W. Ilenshaw. 



[40] 



1871.] 



DOMINION OP CANADA. 



41 



THE ROiTAL FAMILY. 



HER MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY (ALEXANDRINA) VICTORIA, 
By the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great 
Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of the Faith Her 
Majesty, the only daughter and heir of the late Prince 
Edward, Duke of Kent, fourth son of King George III., and 
of Victoria- Maria- Louisa (Princess Dowager of l^einenijen). 
Duchess of Kent, and. sister of the King of the Belgians 
Her Majesty was born at Kensington Palace, on fhe 24th 
of May, 1819 ; baptised on the 24th of June. 1819 . ascended 
the throne on the demise of her uncle. King William IV., 
20th June, 1887; and was crowned at Westminster, un the 
28th June, 1838. Her Majesty was married at St. .Tames s 
Palace, lnth February, 1840, to his late Royal Highness 
Francis- Albert- Augustus -Charles -Emmanuel, Duke of 
Saxe, Prince of Coburg and Gotha, who died Dec. 14, 1861. 

ISSUE. Victoria-Adelaide-Mary-Louisa, Princess Royal, b. 
21st November, 1840; married 25th January. 1858. af tht 
Chapel Royal, r.o His Royal Highness Prince ureaerick- 
William-Nicolas-Charlep of Prussia. 



Albert- Ed ward, Prince of Walts, h. 9th Nov. 1841. Mar 
ried loth March, 1863, at St. George s Chapel Windsor, 
to her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Denmark. 
Issue.: Albert- Victor-Christian-Edward, b. Jan. 8. 1SG4. 
Georiie-Frederick-Ernest-Albert, b. June 3, 1805. Louisa- 
Victoria-Alexandra-Dagmar. b. Feb. 20, 1867. Victoria- 
Alexandra-Olga-Mary, b. July 6. 1868. Maud Char 
lotte- Mary-Victoria, b. Nov. 26, 1869. 

Alice-Maud Mary, b. 25th April, 1843. Married 1st July, 
1862. at i Isborne, to His Royal Highness Prince Frederick- 
William-Louis of Hesse- Darmstadt. 

Alfred-Eriu-st-Albert, b. 6th August, 1844. 

Helena- Augusta Victoria, b. 25th May, 1846. Married 5th 
July. ISiiti, at Windsor Castle, to his Royal Highness 
Prince Frederick-Christian-Charles-Augustus, of Schles- 
wig Hi ilstein ^onderburg- August enbuig. 

Louisa Caroline-Alberta, b. 18th March, 1848. 

Arthur-William-Patrick-Albert, b. 1st May, 1850. 

Leopold-George-Duncan-Albert, b. 7tb April. 1853. 

Beatrice- Mary-Victoria-Feodore, b. 14th April. 1857. 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 

SEAT OP GOVERNMENT OTTAWA. 



GOVERNOR GENERAL AND STAFF [Eastern UlockJ. His 
Excellency Baron Lisgar, P.O.. G.C.B., G.O.M.G.. Governor 
General of Canada. &c. &c. &c. Staff 9. Turville, Gover 
nor s Secretary; Lieut. Col. J. C. McNeill. V. C.. Military 
Secretary ; Lieut. Col. Irvinn, Principal Aide de Cauip ; 
Lieut. Col. Ouch^fnay. Lieut. Col. Bernard, Lieut. Uol. 
Cumberland, Extra Aides de Camp. 

GOVERNOR S SECRETARY S OFFICE (Eastern Block). F. 
Turvil t! S-cretarv; H. Cotton. Chief Clerk: J. Kidd, 2nd 
Clerk; J. Burrows. 3rd Clerk; G. Smith, Messenger. 

Deputy O lvrnors (for signing money warrants), William 
Henry Lee and Win. A. Himswurth. 

PRIVY COUNCIL. 

Minister of Justice < AU. Gen. { H n p S R J A Macdonald, 

( tv.U.rS. 

Minister of Militia and Defence, Hon. Sir G. E. CarMer, Bt. 

Minister f Customs Hon. S L. Tilley. C.B. 

Minister of Marine < Fisheries ..lion. Peter Mitchell. 
Postmaster General Hon. Alex. Campbell. 



Receiver General ..................... Hon. J. C. Chapais. 

Minister of Public Works ......... lion. H. L. Laugevin, C.B. 

Secretary nf State for Provinces, Hon. Joseph I in wo. 

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Minister of Knanee 






Minifter nj Agriculture, ............ Hon. Christopher Dunkin. 

Secretary < if State for Canada. ..Hon. James Aikins. 
Minister of Inland Revenue ...... Hun. James Mniris. 

President of Privy Council ...... Hon. Charles Tupper, C.B. 

Officers. Wm. Henry Lee, Clerk of the Privy Council; 
Win. A. Hiinsworth, Assistant do. 

Clerks. F. Vallerand, J. 0. Cote. F. H. H msworth. H. 
Alexander, Wm. Horace Lee. Offic.-keeper Philip St. Hill. 
Doorkeeper, M. Naughten. Messengers, William K. Mor 
gan, Joseph Cairns, Patrick Batterton. 

Commissioners per dedimus potestatern. Wm. Henry Lee 
and Wm. A. Hiinsworth. 



(for signing warrants under the Habeas 
Corpus Suspension Act), Wm. H. Lee, W. A. Himswoith. 



SENATE OF CANADA. 

Hon. JOSEPH E. CAUCHO.V, Speaker (Quebec.) 
FOR THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. FOR THE PROVINCE OP QUEBEC. FOR THE PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 



SENATORS. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hon. Jolin Hamilton Kingston 

" Roderick Matheson Perth 

" John Ross Toronto 

" Samuel Mills Hamilton 

" Benjamin Seymour ... Port Hope 

" Walter II Dickson Niagara 

" James Shaw Smith s Falls 

Ja*. R. Benson ... St. Catharines 
" Alexander Campbell... Kingston 

" David Christie Paris 

James Cox Aikins Rich view 

David Keesor Markham 

Elijah Leonard London 

William McMaster Toronto 

Ana A. Burnham Cobourg 

John Simpson Bowmanville 

James Skead Ottawa 

David L Macpherson ... Toronto 

Donald McDonald Toronto 

Oliver Blake Waterford 

Billa Flint Belleville 

Walter McCrea Chatham 

George W. Allan Toronto 



Hon 



SENATORS. P. O. ADDRESS. 

Jarne* Leslie Montreal 

A. B. Foster Waterloo 

J. C. Chapais Kamouraska 

Louis A. Olivier Berthier 

Jacques 0. Bureau Montreal 

Charles Malhiot... Pointe du Lac 
L. 1! iiau(l...Stc. Marline. Chatea. 
Luc L. de St. Just ... Riv. Ouelle 

Ulric Joseph Tessier Quebec 

John Hamilton ... Hawkesbury 

Charles Cormier Plessisville 

A. J. Dnchesnay St. Cath , Foss. 

David E. Price Chicout mi 

E H. Duchesnay...Ste. Marie, B. 
L Dumouchel...St. Theresede B. 

Louis Lacoste Bouchm ville 

J F. Armand...Riv. des Prairies 

Charles Wilson Montreal 

Williuru H Chaffers...St Cesaire 

Jean B. Guevremont... S rel 

James Ferrier M >ntreal 

Joseph E. Cauchon Quebec 

Th Tiias Ryan M im-enl 

John S. Sanborn Slierbrooke 



SENATORS. P. 0. ADDRESS 

Hon. Edward Kenny Halifax 

" A. Mactarlaue Wallace, N. S. 

" T. D. Archibald ... Sydney. C. B. 

" Robert B. Dickey Amherst 

" John H. Anderson Halifax 

" John Holmes Pictou 

" Jeremiah Xorthup Halifax 

" John Locke Shelbourne 

" Caleb R. Bill King s County 

" John Bourinot Svduey 

" William Miller Halifax 

" A. W. McLelan Londonderry 

FOR THE PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



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SENATORS. P. 0. ADDKESS. 

A. B. Botpford...Westcock,V\md. 
John Glasier. ... Suubury. N:B. 
John Rohertson...St. John, N.B. 
Robert L. Hazen...St. John, N.B. 
William H. Odell... Frederickton 

David Wark Kichibucto 

Wm. H. Staves. ..St. John, N.B. 

James Dever St. John. X.B. 

John Ferguson Bathurst 

K. D. Wilmot Belmont, Simhery 
A. R. McOlelan Hopivwell, Al.Co. 
Peter Mitchell Newcastle, Mira. 



PERMANENT OFFICERS OF THE SENATE OF CANADA. John F. Taylor, Clerk. Master in Chancery, Cashier and Accountant; 
Piobert l,e.V["ine. Deputy Clerk, Clerk Assistant, Master in Chan cry and hief French Translator; Fenninzs Taylor, 



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Private Bills; A. A.Boucher, 1st French Translator and Clerk; Alfred Garneau, 2nd French Translator and Clerk; 
Ide St. Denis LeMoine, 3rd Frencn Translator and Sergean t,-at- Arras ; Victor E. Tessier, Clerk of Fiench Journals; 
Rev John Johnston, Chaplain ; Rene Kimber. Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod; Samuel Skinner, Housekeeper; 
J. B. Myrand. Postmaster, permanent; L. J. Casault, Library Messenger, permanent; Peter Rattey, Speaker s Mes 
senger, permanent; Peter Dunne, Assistant Housekeeper, News Room, &c., permanent; James Wingfield. Assistant 
Doorkeeper, Wardrobe, &c., permanent; Frederick Gilbert, Messenger, permanent; James Doherty, Thomas Wheeler, 
Louis Robi aille, John Dunne, A. Boucher, A. Douaire, J. C. Young, Messengers, Sessional; E. Botterell Doorkeeper; 
J. Wingfleld, P. Boulet, J. N. Rattey, E. Buck, Pages, Sessional. 

ADDRESS. To the Honorable the Senate of the Dominion of Canada, in Parliament assembled. 

The Petition of 

[Place and date. ] Humbly sheweth, That, Ac. 

HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

Hon. JAMES COCKBURN, Speaker. 



CONSTITUENCIES. MEMBERS. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Addinyton James N. Lapum Napanee 

Albert John Wallace Hillsboro, N. B. 

Al j ima Dist Wemyss M. Simpson ...Sault Ste. Marie 

Anitapulis William H. Kay Clementsport, NS 

Anti.Kinish Hugh McDonald Antigouish, M.S. 

ArgeniiMil Hon. J.J C Abbott Montreal 

Bivj it Pierre S. Gendron St. Rosalie 

Beauce Christian H. Pozer St. George, Q. 

Beau tarnois Michael Cayley Beauharnois 

Bdlechasse Telesphore Fournier ...Quebec 

Sen/tier Anselme H. Paquot St. Cuthbert 

JSonaventure Theodore Kobitaille New Carlisle 

JBot/tweU David Mills Bothwell 

Brant, N.R John Y. Bown Uiaatford 

Brant, S It Hon. E. B. Wood Brautford 

Brockville, Tn. ...James Crawford Brockville 

Brome Hon. C. Dunkin Ottawa 

Bruce, N.R Alexander Sproat Walk-rton 

Bruce, S.R Francis Hurdon Kincardine 

Cape Breton Hon. Jas. McKeagney... Sydney, N. S. 

Card welt Thos. R. Ferguson Cookstown 

Carleton, N B. ...Hon. Chas Connell Woodstock, N. B. 

Carleton, O John Holmes Carp 

Cfiambly Basile Benoit St. Hubert 

C/iamplain Hon. John . I. Ross St.AnnedelaPar. 

C/tarlcvoix Simon X. Cinion Malbiiie 

Charlotte, lohn Bolton St.Stephens, N.B. 

Chateauyuay Hon. L. II. Helton Montreal 

Cht-out, .<&S a<;Men-Pierre A. Tremblay Chkoutimi 

Colchester 

Cbmpt w John H. Pope Cookshire 

Cornwall, Tn Hon. J. S. Macdonald ...Cornwall 

Cumberland Hon. C Tupper, C.B. ...Ottawa 

Digby Alfred W. Savery Digby, N. S. 

Dorchester Hon.H.L Langevin,C.B. Ottawa 

Drum d&Arthab.lrtute A. Senecal Pierreville 

Dundas lohn S. Ross Iroquois 

Durham, E. S.... Francis H Burton Port Hope 

Durham, W. JZ...Kdward Blake Toronto 

Elf/in, E. R Thomas W. Dobbie Tilsonhnrg 

Elgin, W. R John H. Vlunroe Wanisville 

Etsex John O Connor Windsor 

fr"n:enac George A. Kirkpatrick . Kingston 

Gaspc . Pierre For tin Laprairie 

Glengarry Donald A Macdonald. ..Alexandria 

Woucetter Hon. T. W. Anglin St. John, \. B. 

Grmville, S. .R... Walter Shanly Montreal 

Grey, N. H George Snider Owen Sound 

Grey, S. R George Jackson Bentinck 

Guysborough Hon. S. Campbell Guysboro , N.[S. 

Haldimand David Thompson Indiana 

j. f /Alfred Jones Halifax 

x 1 Patrick Power Halifax 

Jlaltnn John White Milton 

JTumilton, City... Charles Mngill Hamilton 

Hants Hon. Joseph Howe Ottawa 

Has intis, E R. ..Hon. Robert Read Belleville 

2fa.-->inys, A r . R... Mackenzie Bowell Belleville 

ll i.-.ihit/s, W. R... James Brown Belleville 

Ilochelarja Hon. A. A. Dorion Montreal 

JJuntiiKjiion Julius ?criver Hemmingford 

Ilnron, N. R. ...Joseph WhUehead Clinton 

Huron. S. R Malcolm C. Cameron ...G. derich 

Ibmril e Franqois Bechard Iberville 

Inverness Hugh Cameron Mahr>u, N T . S. 

Jacqttu Glitter ...Qt. G. Gaucher St Genevieve 

Juliette. Francois B. Godin loliette 

Kamiuraska C. A. P. Pelle:ier Quebec 

K">it, If. B Auguste Re iaud Buptotiche, N.B. 

Kent, Kufus S epheuson Chatham, 0. 



CONSTITUENCIES. MEMBERS. 1>. 0. ADDRESS. 

King s, N. B George Ryan Studholm, N. B. 

King s, N. S. Leveret H. Chipman ...Cornwallis 

Kingston SirJ. A. McDonald, K.C.B. Kingston 

Lambton AlexanderMackenzie ...Sarnia 

Lanark, N. R. ... Hon. W.McDongall,0 B.Toronto 

Lanark, S. R. ...Alexander Morris Ottawa 

Laprairie Alfred Pinsonueault ...Montreal 

L Assomption ...Hon. L. Archambeault... L Assumption 

Laval Joseph H. Bellerose St. Yin. de Paul 

Leeds&Gren.N.R Francis Jones Kemplville 

Leeds, S. R John Craftford Toronto 

Lfnuox Richard J.Cartwright... Kingston 

Levis Hon. J. G. Blanchet ...Lovis 

Lincoln Tboina^ li.. Murritt St. Catharines 

L Islet Barthelemy Pouliot ...L IsIet 

London, City Hon. John Carling London 

Lotbinicre Henry G. Joly Quebec 

Lunenbiirg E. M. McDonald Halifax. N.S. 

Maskinonge George Caron S .Lcon 

Mfgantic Hon. George Irvine Quebec 

Middlesex, E. JB.Crowell Willson Arva 

Middlesex, IV, /?. Thomas Scatcherd London 

Middlesex, W. R. Angus P. McDonald ...Glencoe 

Misxisquoi George B. Baker 

JH inck Lachlin McCallum Stromness 

Mimicalm Joseph Dufresne St. Julienne 

JU mtmagny Hon. J. 0. Beaubien ...Montma-jny 

Montmorency ....Jean Langlois Quebec 

Montreal, Centre. Thomas Workman Montreal 

Montreal, East. ..Mr G. E. Cartier, Bart. Ottawa 

Montreal, West ...Michael P. Ryan Montreal 

Napierville Sixte C. dit LaReine ...Lacolle 

Niagara, Town .Angus Morrison Toronto 

NiC tlet Joseph Gaudet Gentilly 

Norfolk N. R. ...Aqnila Walsh Simooe 

Norfolk, S. R. ...Peter Lawson Port Dover 

NorUium d, A 7 . B. Richard Hutchison Mirauiichi, N.B. 

Nortlium.O.,E.RJoseph Keeler Colborne 

NortJi m. O.,W.Rllov. Jas. Cockburu Coi>ourg 

Ontario, N. R... .John II. Thompson Cannington 

Ontario, S. R. ...Thomas N. Gibbs Osbawa 

Ottawa. Oity Joseph M. Currier Ottawa 

Ottawa, Co Alonzo Wright Ironside. II11 

O.rfi-ri, JV. R. ...Thomas Oliver Woodstock 

Oxford, S. R. ...E. V. Bod well Ingers-.ll 

Peel lion. J. II. Cameron ...Toronto 

Perth, N. R James Red ford ...Straff. id 

P f rt/i, S. R Robert MacFarlane Stratf. -id 

1 i teriinro , E. R Peregrine M.Grover Norwood 

Peterboro , W. 7f. Charles Perry Peterboro 

Pictou J. W. Carmichael Newiilasgo*-, N.S 

Pontiac Edmund Heath Portage dll Fort 

1 iirtiii iif. Jean D. Brousseau Quebec 

Prescott Albert flagar I lantagenet 

Prince Elward... Walter Boss I ictou 

Quebec, Centre ...Geonrc II. Simard <Ju -nee 

Quebec, East Adulphe Tourangetiu ...Quebec 

(Jiii lu-i;, West Hon Tlios. Mc<Jn-evtn- i;u-liec 

i, f n Hon.P.J.O.OhauTeau... Quebec 

Queen s, N. B. ...John Ferris (Juwn s, N. B. 

Qiwen x, N. S. ...James F. Forbes Liverpool, N. S. 

Renfrew, N. R...Hon. Sir F Hincks, C.B Ottawa 

J -nfre.w, S. /Z....Tohn L. Mclmiigall ]:.-ii r.-w 

Restigouche Wm. M Taldwell Dalhousie. N.B. 

Rirlirli.-u Thomas McCarthy Son-1 

lliflunond, N. S.Tsaac, Levesconte Vri.-li-it. N.S. 

Ii;<;lnn d (CJ o//c.WilliaMi II. Webb Mellion- no 

RiiH Hul.-i <!e ii-/e rivlvain Uiui- ni -ki 

Hm/rille G. Choral St. ii:i 

Russell James A. Grant Ottawa 



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CONSTITUENCIES. 

St. John, N.B. .. 
St. John. N.B. .. 
St. Hyacinthe .. 

St. John s, Q 

St. Maurice 

Shefford .... 
Shelburne . 
Sfierbrooke, Tn.. 

Simcoe, N.R 

Sirncoe, S. R 

Soulanges . 
Stanstead . 
Slormnnt . 

Sunbury 

Temiswuata 

Terrebonne 

Three Rivers 

Toronto, East 

Toronto, Wst .. 
Two Mountains. 
Vaudreuil 



MEMBERS. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

.Hon. S. L. Tilly, C.B.... Ottawa 
Hon. John H. Gray Ottawa 



.Francois Bourassa St. Jean (Mel.) Q. 

,E)ie Lacerte Yamachichi 

Hon. L. S. Huntiugton... Montreal 

Thomas Coffin Barrington, N. S. 

.Sir A. T. Gait, K.C.M.G.Sherbrooke 
Thomas D. McConkey.-.Barrie 

. William C. Little Allendale 

L. H. Masson Coteau sanding 

.Charles C. Colby Stanstead 

.Samuel Ault Anltsville 

.Charles Burpee Sheffield, N.B. 

,.C. F A. Bertrand Isle Verte 

.L. F R. Misson Terrebonne 

.Win. McDougall Thiee Rivers 

.James Beaty Toronto 

.Robert A. Harrison Toronto 

Jean B. Oa <>ust St. Euslache 

.Donald McMillan Rigaud 



CONSTITUENCIES. MEMBERS. P. 0. ADDREfcS. 

Vercheres Felix Geoffrion Vercheres 

Victoria, N. J3...John Costigan Grand Falls, N.B. 

Victoria, N. .ST....Wm. Ross St. Annes, IS. 3. 

Victoria, O.,N. /?.John Morison WooJville 

Victoria, O., S.R.Qeorge Kempt i^indsay 

Waterloo, N. R... Isaac E. Bowman St. Jacobs 

Waterloo, S. It... James Young Gait 

We/land Thomas C. Street Chippawa 

Wellington, C: /J.James Ross Cuiunock 

Wellington, ^V.^?.George A. Drew Klora 

Wellington, S. R. David Stirton Guelph 

Wntworth, JV.JE.James McMonies Waterdown 

Wentworth, S. ^.Joseph Ryrnal Barton 

Westmorland Hon. A. J. Smith Dorchester 

Yamaska Molse Fortier St. Davids 

Yarmouth Frank Killam Yarmouth. N.S. 

York, N.B John Pickard Fredericton, N.B. 

Y^rk, O., E, 72. ..James Metca fe Toronto 

York, 0., N.R...Jnmes P. Wells King 

York,O., W.R.... Amos Wright Toronto 



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OP COMMONS. W. B. Lindsay, Clerk of the House; Alfred Patrick, Deputy Clerk and C erk 
Assistant; Win. Fanning, Second Clerk Assistant and Translator of Votes and Proceedings and Journals D. W. Mac- 
doaell. Sergeant-at-Arms. Law Depai-tmfnt G. W. Wicksteed, Law Clerk; F. Badgley, Assistant Law Clerk and Chief 
English Translator; E. P. Dorion, Assistant Law Clerk and Chief French Translator. Accountants Department 
Thomas Vaux, Accountant; Joshua Stansfeld, Assistant Accountant and Book-keeper. Department of Routine and 
Records F. McGillivray, Clerk of Routine and Uncords. General Department H. Hartney, Chief Office Clerk and 
Clerk of the Joint Committee of both Houses on Printing; H. B. Stuart, English Writing Clerk; E. Denechand, 
French W.iting Cleik; J. H. T. Blais H. R. Smith, H. Lindsay. J.S. Sloane, C. Panel, Wm. Bowles, J. E. B. McCmtdy, 
and W. R. S. Wainwright, Junior Clerks Commit tee Department J. P. Lepn.hon, Clerk of Controverted Elections. 
Private Bill Department Alfred Todd. Chief Clerk of Committees, and Clerk of Private Bills ; T. Patrick, Second 
Clerk of Committees, and Clerk of Railway Committees; F. X. Blanche, Third Clerk of Committees. Votes ami Pro 
ceedings H. Poetter, Clerk of Votes and Proceedinjs. French Translators Department F G. Cours >lles. .J. F. 
Gingras, E. Blain, H. A. McCoy, Assistant French Translators. English Translators Department Wm. Wilson. 
F. Hayes, Wm. Wilson, jun , Assistant English Translators: G H. Macalilay, Assistant English Translator and Secre 
tary to Mr. Speaker. Journal Department W. B. Ross, English Journal Clerk; P. Rivet, French Journal Clnk; 
A. G. D. Taylor, Clerk of Petitions. Library Department, Alpheus Todd, Librarian; A. G. Lajoie. Assistant Libra 
rian: A. Laperriere and A. Todd, Library Clerks Post Office Department F. N. Belcourt, Postmaster; E. Pelletier, 
Post Office Messenger. Department of Sergeant-at-arms A. L. Cardinal, Chief Messenger; M McCarthy, Assisttnt 
Chief Messenger ; O.Vincent, Library Messenger ; J. O Connor, Door-keper ; Jos. Lemonde. Speaker s Messenger; Wm. 
Graham, Messenger; James Hoy, Library Messenger; Ed. Stacey, Messenger; Edward Storr. Assistant Door-keeper; 
Etieuue Roy, Joseph Turgeon, Joseph Brown, 0. Koberge. M. Laflamme, J. Nadeau, Andrew Elliott, E. Asselin, Mes 
sengers ; James Fitzsimmons, George Smith, Night Watchmen. 

ADDRESS To the Honourable the House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada, in Parliament assembled. 

The Petition of 

[Place and date.] Humbly sheweth, That, &c. 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. lion Sir J. A. Macdonald, 
K.C.b , Minister of Justice and Attorney-General; Hewitt 
Bernard. Deputy Minister of Justice: John Stuart, Chas. 
Drinkwater, John A. Maedonell, Fredk. White, and Eaw. 
Radfoid, Clerks; Patrick Lynch, F. Curran, Messengers. 

CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT [Eastern Block]. Hon. S L. Tilley, 
C.B., Minister of Customs; R. S. M. Bouchette, Commis 
sioner. J. Johnson. Assistant Commissioner; J. Drysilale, 
Book-keeper ; J. W. Peachy, Corresponding Clerk ; J. R. 
Andy, Clerk of Seizures and Forms: G. A Mailleue. P. E. 
Shepp*rd. H. C. Hay, W. A. Bell, C P. Bliss, P. C. Ryan. 
R. II. Mackay. J. F. Wolff. E. F. Stevens. . Atcheson. and 
G. V. Ince. Clerks ; G. W. Grant, A. Harrison H. Kavau-iuh, 
and F. II. Knight, Inspector of Ports; J. Walls and P. 
Connolly, Messengers. 

COLLECTORS OP CUSTOMS. 

Those marked thus* are Warehousing Ports. 
Amherst* J. J. Fox. Dundee,* E. D. Phillips. 

Ainherttburg.* E. Anderson. Dunnville. W. A. Macrae. 
mieville* W. F. Meudell. Elgin. R. P. McMillan. 
Jlrtci!tfm-d,* D. Curtis, jr. 
Brighton, 



tort Erie,* R. Graham. 
Frdighslrurgh, H J. Parker. 



Brockvitte,* George Easton. Gananoque, J Ormiston. 
Bur well, E.A. Dunham Gaspe,* J. C. Belleau. 

Ohatloim* J.G.Pennefather. Goderich* D. Doty. 
Clnppatva,*C. St G.Yarwood. Guelpfi* E. Carthew. 
Cl.ar- ri.i.i-vi/le, Chas. Stewart. Hamtittm.* W. H. Kittson. 
Clifton.* W. Leggett. Htmmingfnrd, M. Sweet. 

Coaticook* J. Thompson. Hope,* M. Whitehead. 

Kingston,* W. B. Simpson. 

Kingsvitte, J. King. 

Lacolle, A. Holden. 

Grarnithe* J. M. Merriman. London* J. B. Strathy. 
Darlington.* A. Dixon. Montreal,* A. Delis-le. 

Driver.* J. P. Barrett. Murrisburg, Hiram Carman. 

Dundas,* W. B. Gwyn. Napanee, John Benson. 



Cobnunj.* George Perry. 
O>llTn>-* \V. A. Rooth. 
Cornwall*, R. K. Bullock. 



New Carlisle.* John Fraser. 
Newcastle, H. Farncomb. 
Niagara,* J. W. Taylor. 
Oat-nlle* R. K. Chisholm. 
Oshawa* C. Walsh. 
Ottawa, D. Graham. 
Owen Sound. W. Stephens. 
Paris* F. H. Haycock. 
Penetanguishene. E. Jeffrey. 
Philipsburg, J. Henderson. 
Picton* J. Roblin. 
Potton, George Gunn. 
Prescott,* H. D. Jessup. 
Quebec,* J. W. Dunscoinb. 
Qiteenstf/n,* P. B. Clement. 
Rimouski* P. L. Gauvreau. 
Rowan, P. Bennett. 



Russeltown,R. Rogers. 
Sarnia* J. Scully. 
Sauges,n, W. Keith. 
Sault Stf. Marie* 3. Wilson. 
Stanley,* W. Hemphill. 
St,anstfad, C. Bullock. 
St. Oatharinf.s, J. Lamb. 
St. Johns* W. McCrae. 
Stratford, Jno. Hamilton. 
Button, B. Seaton. 
Thtee Rivers, C. II. Godby. 
Toronto* James E. Smith. 
Trenton,* A. Macaulay. 
Wallaceimrgh, C. Fraser. 
Whitby* W Warren. 
Windsor,* Wm. Benson. 
Woodstock,*Vf . H.Vanlngen. 



INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT. Hon. J. Morris, Minister 
of Inland Revenue : T.Worthington, Commissioner; Alfred 
Brunei, Assistant Commissioner and Inspector of Inland 
Revenue: E. Mial, Junior Accountant; Dr. L. O Brien and 
II. H. Duffil. First Class Clerks ; J. F. Brown, A. Begg. F. 
Measam, Kichard Nettle, Richardson Borradaile, and M. 
Battle. Clerks; Richard Shaw, Corresponding Clerk; W. 
Himsworth, Junior Clerk; B. II. Teakles, Probationary 
CJerk; John Fowler, Messenger. 

District Inspectors of Inland Revenue. Henry Godson, 
of Toronto, for Toronto District; A. N. Striker, of Prescott, 
for Kingston District ; C. E. Romain, of Guelph, for London 
District; R. Bellemare, of Montreal, for Montreal District; 
J. M. Lemoine, of Quebec, for Quebec District ; Thomas 
Hanford, of St. John, for New Brunswick; A. Patterson, 
ot Halifax, for Nova Scotia. John Davis, of Toronto, As 
sistant Inspector of Distilleries. 

FINANCE DEPARTMENT. [Eastern Block]. Sir Francis 
Hincks, C.M.K.G. & C.B., Minister of Finance; W. Dickin- 



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son, Dp. Inspector General ; N. Godard, Chief Clerk and 
Dominion Book-keeper : M. A. Higgins, Warrant Clerk ; 
Archibald Gary. Book-keeper ; F. G. Scott. J. A. Torrance, 
R. W. liaxter. W A. Bla^kmore. H. A. Jones. G. Aumond, 
R. Killaly. and F. A. Sherriff. Clerks; D. Ryan, House 
keeper and Messenger ; P. Peuder, Messenger. 

Auditor s Hranch [Eastern Blo^kj. John Langton, Au 
ditor of Public Accounts; Jno. Simpson. Assistant Auditor: 
T. Ross, Clerk of Contingencies ; Thos. Cruse, T. D Tims, 
Book-keepers; J. Patterson. K, C. Barber, (J M. Jarvis. 
.T. II. Hall, J. B. Simpson. W R. Armstrong, T. Cross 
C. J. Anderson, T. Hector, J. O Reilly, Clerks; J. Pender, 
Messenger. 

DEPAKTME >T OF MILITIA AND DEFENCE. Hon. Sir G. E. 
Cartier. bait. Minister of Militia and Defence: Major Geo. 
Futvoye, Deputy Minister; Col. R ihertson Ross. Adjut 
General of Militia; Lieut Col Walker t owell. Deputy 
Adjut. General. Office >f Minister of Militia and Defence 
[Eastern Block] B. Suite. J. R. B. Cbapleau. H D. J. Lane, 
Clerks, J..hn W. Gow, Messenger. Account, Hranch. 
Robt Berrv. Chief Clerk and Accountant; C. H. O M.-ara. 

E. Gelinas.W. H. Auinond. M. F \. Huot. Clerks; Nappl. 
Casault, Messenger. Adjutant-Gen raCs Office. [Western 
Bloc;k|. Capt Stuart, Secretary; W. K. Wright. Grant 
Se . mour, F. X.. Lambert, G. E. M. Sherwood, C. Junot, 
T. C. Larose, Sir J. D. Hty, Clerks; L. Morel. M. Kyan, 
Messengers. Store Branch. Lieut. Col. Thomas Wily, 
Director >,. tores, George Grant, W. M. Steers, Joseph 
i eomaus, Clerks. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS [Western Block]. Hon. H- 
L.Lan^vvin.C B Minister; T.Trudeau. Deput); F Braiia, 
Secretary. tlnifineerinyBra.net> J Page. Chief Engineer; 

F. P. Rubidge, Assistant Engineer ; G. F. Baillairge. Thos. 
Monro. L K. Buyd. J. H. Rowan, T. Guerin, E H. Pa ent, 
Engineers; C McCarthy. .) Le B. Ross. C. E. Michaud, 
Draughtsmen; 8. McLaughlin. Photographer. Financial 
Brandt John Baine, Book-keeper and Accountant; 0. 
Dionne, Assi*tant Book-k eper and Accountant; J. W. 
Harper. Clerk and Paymaster Corresponding Branch 
T. B. French, Corresponding Clerk; F. H Knnis, J. F. N. 
Bonneville. ,1. R. Arnoldi. George Verret, L. Letebvre.W. J. 
Tilley. Clerks : H A. Fissiault. Law Clerk : Michael Walsh. 
H. Potvin, J Deslauriers, Messengers. Arbitrators Hon. 
P. VanKoughnet, James Cowan. Isidore Hurteau, Wm. 
Coniptou. Secretary to Arbitrators F. H. Kunis. 

OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE FOR PROVINCES. Hon. 
Jose; h Howe, Secretary of State for the Provinces and 
Supt. General of Indian Affiirs; Edmund A. Meredith, 
LL.D., Under Secretary of State: G. Pow.ll, Chief Clerk; 
H. K Steele. 1st Class Clerk; C J. Birch. 1st Class Clerk; 
Naziire Tetu. Clerk; Christopher Owne, Messenger. 

INDIAN BRANCH [Eastern Block]. William Spragge, 
Deputy Superintendent: C T. Walcot. Accountant; L. 
Vankuugb.net. Clerk; J. P. M. Lecourt, Draftsman; S. G. 



Murray, G. V. DeBo >cherville, Clerks. !P> <;r?< !<>iperin- 
tendency R. Mackenzie, V. S. and Commi.-sioner, S.trnia; 
Rev. W. P. Chase, Missionary, Caradoc; Rev. A. Jamieson, 
do., Walpole Island; Dr. W. Lambert. Medical Attendant, 
Amherstb gh. Central and Eastern Su/i. W R. Bartlett, 
V. S. and Com.. Toronto; A. Deacon, Clerk, Toronto; Rev. 
T. Stan ton, Missionary, Tyendinaga; Dr. G H. Corbett, 
Men. Attend.. Orillia. Grand River Sup. J. T. Gilkison, 
V. S. and Com , Brantford; H. Andrews. Clerk. Brant. ford; 
Dr R. H. Dee. Middleport, Dr. W. McOargow. Caledonia, 
Dr. T. Pyne, Hagersville, Med. Attendants. Northern Sap. 
Win. Plumtner, V. S. and Commis.. Manatowaning; 
McGregor Ironsides, Clerk, do.; Dr. T. Simpson Medical 
Attendant, do. Lower Canada Rev. F. Boucher, Lorette; 

Rev. F. X.. Marcoux. St. Regis; Rev. , St. Francis, 

Roman Catholic Missionaries. 

ORDNANCE LAND BRANCH, OTTAWA. W. F. Coffin. Ord 
nance Land s Agent and Chief Clerk; F P. Austin. Clerk; 
W. Mills. Bookkeeper; J. Forsyth, Land Bailiff; II. Good 
win. Caretaker, Toronto. 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. See page 65. 

MARINE AVD FISHERIES DEPARTMENT. Hon. P. Mitchell, 
Minister of Marine and Fisheries; Wm. Smith. Deputy of 
the Minister of Marine and Fisheries; W. F. Whitcher, 
Commissioner of B isheries; John Tilton. Accountant Ma 
rine and Kisheiies Department; John Hardie. 1st Clerk 
Marine Branch; S P. Bauset, Wm. L. Mairee, F. K. Gone- 
deau, W. H Alexander, James Daley, .lames S. Thomson, 
H. B. Small, Thos Urinkwater. and W 0. Hurd, Clerks; 
George Fisher and Thos. Wheeler, Messengers. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE [Western Block]. Hon- 
C. Dutikm. Minister of Agriculture; J. C. Taclie, Deputy 
Minister; A. J. Cambie. Patentand Chief Clerk : S Drapeau 
and W. H.Johnson, Statist Clerks; S. S Finden, General 
Correspondence ; 0. C Neville, Statistical Return- ; Si inns 
Ferland, Trade Mark. Copyright, and Archivist; N. Bois- 
sonnault. Curator of Patent Models; H. Casgrain, Assis t 
Patent Clerk; J. O Brien, Blue Book and I ra slator; 
K Tetu, D. oulhier. J. E. D Auteuil. 0. Lauinan. J. B. 
Jackson, and J. F. Dionne. Clerks; W J. Lynch. Junior 
Clerk; J. E Lemieux, iffice Keeper; A. Frechette. Model 
Repairer; J. Boily, B. Moreau, J. B. Lacroix, Messengers. 

RECEIVER GENERAL S OFFICE [Eastern Block]. Hou. J. C 
Chapais, Receiver General ; Thos. D. Ilarington, Deputy 
do. ; Thos. C. Bramley, Book-keeper ; F Lewis. Wan ant, 
Bank Accounts and Public Debt Accountant; J B. Stan- 
ton, Receipts Clerk; J. F. Pellant, Assi-rant Warrant 
Clerk ; L. F. Dufresne. Clerk in charge ot 1) uninion Stock 
Account; C. W. Shay. General Clerk; F. Hunter. Assistint 
Book keeper; J. B. H. Xeeve, Stamp Acts rind Correspon 
dence Clerk : J. R. Nash, Extra Clerk ; C. Gongh Junior 
Clerk Debenture Branch; F. L. Casault, Office Keeper and 
Messenger ; F. McCaffrey, Messenger. 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT TORONTO. 
LIEDTENANT GOVERNOR. The lion. William P. Howland. C.B., Toronto. E. G. Curtis, Private Secretary. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Attorney General Hon. John S. Macdonald , Secretary a<i Registrar Hon. Matthvw C Cameron 

Oimmisswner of Orown Lanris ... " Stephen Richards Treasurer KdmunJ B. W;;od 

Cummis. of Agric.d: Public Works " John Carling John G. Scott, Clerk. H. Kinloch, Assistant Cltrk. 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 



Hou. JOHN STEVENSON, Speaker. 



CONSTITUENCIES, 

Afl /ington ......... 



Brant, N. R 
Brant. S. R 
SritchvUle 
Bruce. N. R 
Bruc , S. R 



Carli-tnn 
Cornwall 
J>undas 

Dur/iam, E. R. 
Durham, \V. R. 



NAME. P. 0. ADDBESS. 

E. J. Hooper ............... Napanee 

F. W. Cumberland ...... Toronto 

A. McKeilar ............... Chatham 

H. Finlayson .......... (....Paris 

E B Wood ............... Brantford 

W. Fitznimmons ....... ..Brockville 

D. Sinclair .................. Sauireen 

Kd ward Blake ............ To-onto 

T. Swinarton ............... Coventry 

R Lyon ..................... Ottawa 

J. S. Macdonald ......... Cornwall, 

Simon Cuok ............... Monishurgh 

.A.. T. H. Williams ...... Port Hope 

.J. McLeod .................. Bowmanville 



CON81ITUKNCIES 

Elgin, E. ]; ..... 

Elgin, W. R ...... 

Essex ............. 

Frnntenac ........ 

Glengarry ........ 

Grenville, S. R.. 
Grey,X. R ........ 

Grey. .S. R 



Halton .......... . 

Ilimilt/m ........ 

Hastings, W. R. 
Hastings, E. R. 
Hastings, N.H. 



NAME. P. 0. ADDREbS. 

.D. Luton New Saturn. 

.Nicol McColl lona 

.8. Wigle Kingsville 

D. D. Calvin Kingi-ton 

.J. Craig Cornwall 

.M. Clark I reM-ott. 

.T. .-cott Owc-n Sound 

..A. W. Lauder Toronto 

.Dr. J. Baxter Caynga 

.W. Barber Streetsville 

.J. M. Williams Hamilton 

.K. Graham Belleville 

.II. Corby Belleville 

.G. H. Boulter Stirling 



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CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Huron, N. R W. T. Hays Goderich 

Huron, S. R J Carliug Exeter 

Kent J. Smith Chatham 

Kingston M. W. strange Kingston 

Lambloii T. B. Pardee Sarnia 

Lanark, N R. ...J). Gsilbraith Almonte 

Lanark, S. R A. Code Smiihville 

Leeds d-Gr., N.R.H D. Smith Merriekville 

Leeds, S, R B. Tett Newhoro 

L".nnf>x J. Stevenson Napanee 

Lincoln J. C. Rykert ...St. Catharines 

London J Carling London 

Middlesex, E.R...J. Evans London 

Middlesex, .V.R...J. S. Smith AiHa Craig 

Middlesex,}? R...X. Carrie Glencoe 

Monde G. Secord St. Anns 

Niagara S Richards Toronto 

XfarthumberFd E.J, Kyre Brighton 

EfarthumhcrVdW.A.. Fraser Cobourg 

Norfolk, S. R S. McCall Vittoiia 

Norfolk, N. R. ..J. Wilson Oakland 

Ontario, N.R Thos. Paxton Port Perry 

Ontario, S R Dr McGill Oshawa 

Ottawa R.W.Scott Ottawa 

Oxford, ff.R G. Perry Washington 

Oxford, S. R A Oliver Ingersoll 

Peel J. Coyne Brampton 



I CONSTITUENCIES. NAME P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Perth, N. R A. Monteith Stratford 

Perth. S. R J. Trow Shakspeare 

Pfterboro 1 , E.R...G. Read Keene 

Puterboru W.R...J. Carnegie Peterborough 

Prescott J. Boyd Vjinkleek Hill 

Prince. Edward. ..Wm. Anders m Mountaiuview 

Renfrew, S. R...J.L McDougall Renfrew 

Renfrew, N. R... James Murray Pembroke 

Russell W. Craig Russell 

Simcoe, N.R W. Lount Barrie 

Simcoe. S. R T. R. Fergu.-on Cookst^wn 

Stormnnt W Colquhoun Dickenson s tan. 

Toronto, E<ift M. C Cameron Toronto 

Toronto, West .1. Wallis Toronto 

Victoria. N. R...A.. P Cockburn Toronto 

Victoria, S.R T. Matohett Omemee 

Waterloo, N. R..M. Springer Waterloo 

Waterloo, S. R... I. Clemens Preston 

Wetland W. Bcatty Thorold 

Wellington. N.R. R. McKim Parker 

Wdlinyton,C. R. A. D. Ferrier Fergus 

Wellington, S R.P. Gow Guelph 

Wrntworth, N. /J.R.Christie Klamboro West 

Wentworth, S. R.W. Sexton Jerseyville 

York, E.R H. P. Cr shy Unionville 

T<n-k,W. R T. Grahame Woodbridge 

York,N.K J. Me Munich Toronto 



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. C. T. Gillmor, Clerk of the House; John Notman, Assistant Clerk and Qneen s 
Printer; J.J. Vance, Clerk of Private Bills; Alexander Leith. Law Clerk; A. H. Sydere, Cleik of Routine ; F. J.Glack- 
meyer, Sergeant-at-Arms ; Thomas Phillips, Housekeeper and Chief Messenger; T.Byrne, Messenger. 



ATTORNEY GENERAL S OFFICE. Hon. John S. Macdonald, 
Attorney General ; James Ross, 1st Clerk ; H. Kinloch, 
2nd Clerk ; Angus McDonell, Messenger ; M. Smith, 
Housekeeper. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY S OFFICE. Hon. M. C. Cameron, 
Provincial Secretary ; Thos. C. Patteson, Assistant Secre 
tary; Isaac R. Kckart, Chief Clerk. 

PROVINCIAL REGISTRAR S OFFICE. Hon. M. C Cameron, 
Provincial Registrar; T. C. Patteson, Deputy Registrar; 
J. F. C. Ussher, Chief Clerk. Hon. M. C. Cameron. Regis 
trar-General of Birth?, Marriages and Deaths ; Thos. C. 
Patteson, Assistant Registrar; H. S. Crewe, Chief Clerk. 

TREASURER S DEPARTMENT. Hon. E. B.Wood, Treasurer; 
George Mithews, Audit Clerk; W. R. Harris, Accountant; 
Jas. Kerr, Book keeper Audit Branch; C. H. Sproule, Law 
Stamp Clerk; R. M. Willson, Clerk of Correspondence; 
John Little, Messenger. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND PUBLIC WORKS. Com 
missioner, Hon. John Carling; Secretary Bureau of Agri 
culture, Geo. Buckland, Professor of Agriculture, Toronto 
University ; Secretary Department of Public Works and 
Immigration, Win. Edwards; Architect and Engineer of 
Public Works, K. Tully ; Assistant Engineer, T. N. Moles- 
worth; Accountant, F.T.Jones; Draughtsmen, W. J. S. 
Hoi well, A. N. Molesworth; Messenger, Edwin Jenkinson. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, ONTARIO. For the 

general administration of the Grammar and Common 
School Laws. Education Office. Rev. Egerton Ryerson, 
D.D., LL.D., Chief Superintendent of Education: John Geo. 
Hodgina, LL.D., F.R.G.S., Deputy Superintendent of Edu 
cation and Editor of the Journal of Education for Ontario ; 
Alex. Marling, LL.B., Senior Clerk and Accountant, hav 
ing also charge of Grammar School Meteorological Returns ; 

Clerk of Correspondence ; F. J. Taylor, 

Clerk of Statistics; J. T. R. Stinson, Assistant Clerk of 
Statistics; W. H. Atkinson, Assistant Clerk of Correspon 
dence ; Office Messenger, James Moore. Depository Branch 
S. P. May, M.D., Clerk of Libraries; Edward B. Cope, 



Assistant Clerk of Libraries ; Henry Wilkinson, Depository 
Salesman; R. J. Bryce, Assistant in Depository; G. Barber, 
Depository Packer and Messenger. Offices in the Depart 
mental Buildings, Victoria Square, Toronto. 

CROWN LANDS DEPARTMENT, ONTARIO Hon. S. Richards, 
Commi.-siouer ; T. H. Johnson, Assistant Commissioner; 
J. M. Currie, Clerk. Free Grants and Sales Brar.ch J. C. 
Tarbutt. Chief Clerk; A. Kirkwood, A. J. Taylor. J. M. 
Grant, Clerks, Surveys, Patents and Roads T. Devine, 
P. L. S., Chief Clerk ; E. Fox, P. L. S., G. B. Kirkpatri. k, 
P. L. S., H. J Jones. J, Innes, R. H. Temple, Clerks. 
Woods and Forests John. C. Miller, Chief Clerk; G. B. 
Cowper, H. G. Langlois, E. G Kirby, Clerks. Accounts 
Wm. Ford. M.D., Accountant; D. G. B. Ross, Book-keeper; 
R. H. Browne. James Scott, Clerks. J. Morphy, Registrar; 
J. Bradshaw, Office Keeper ; A. McDonald, Messenger. 

Crown Timber Agents. Upper Ottawa A. J. Russell, 
Ottawa; C. S. -IcNutt, Assistant; J. Richie, E. T. Smith, 
Clerks ; R. Mills, Messenger. Ontario J. F. Way, Belle 
ville ; J. A. Macinnes, J. A. Crozier, Clerks. 

Crown Land Agents. 

Berlin, H. S. Suber. Lindsay, G. M. Roche. 

Bobcaygeon, J. Graham. Parry Sound, J. D. Beatty. 
Bracebridge, C. W. Lount. 
Durham, W.Jackson. 

tanville. S. G. Lynn, 
wu, A. S. Cadcnhead. 
Gemley, E. Play fair. 
Goderich, Charles SVidder. 
L Amable, J. R. Tait. 

Mining Inspectors A.. A. Campbell, Belleville ; E. B. 
Borron, Fort William. 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF P. L. SURVEYORS Hon. Com 
missioner of Crown Lands, ex ojficio ; J. Stoughton Dennis; 
Toronto; T. Devine, Toronto; F. F. Pasamore, Toronto; 
T. F. Gibbs, Adolphustown ; Prof. Chapman, Toronto (Ex. 
aminer in Geology). Secretary, G. B. Kirkpatrick, Toronfo^ 



Pembroke, J. P. Moffatt. 
Renfrew, Wm. Halpenny. 
Saugeen, Alex. McNabb. 
Saulte Ste. Marie, J. Wilson. 
Stratford, John Sharman. 
Tamworth, E. Perry. 
Vanbrugh, C. F. Holtermann. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT QUEBEC. 
GOVERNOR. Hon. Sir Narcisse F. Belleau, Knt. Arthur Tascl.erean, Maj. 17th Bat. V. M., Aide-de-Camp. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



Premier, Prov. Sec y. d- Regis. f ., , ,, 
and Minister of Public Instr.} Hon p - J - Chauveau 

Attorney General " G6deon Ouimet 

Treasurer _ " Jos. G. Robertson 



Commissioner of Crown Lands. .. Sou. Joseph 0. Beaubien 
Commis. Agricul <f; Public Works " Louis Archambeault 
Speaker Legislative Council " C.B. DeBoucherville 



Solicitor General George Irvine 

OFFICERS. F. Fortier, Clerk of the Executive Council ; G. G. Grenier, Clerk; Oliver VaUee, Messenger 



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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon. C. B. DcBoucilERViLLE, Speaker. 



DIVISION: 

Alma Hon. 

Bedford 

De Lanaudiere 
De la Durantay 
De 1 iValliere... 
De Lorimier ... 
De S llaberry ... 

Grandville 

Gulf 

Inki-rmnn 

Kennebec 

LaSalle 



NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Jean Louis BeaudryMoutreal 

Thomis Wood Dunham Flats 

Pierre E. Dostaler ...Bm-thier 
Joseph 0. Beaubien Nicolet 
Jean Bte. G. Proulx Montreal 
Charles S Rodier ...Montreal 

Henry Starnes Ste. Au. delaPoc. 

El. zee Dionne Perce 

John LeBoutillier .. Mansfield 

George Bryson Quebec 

Isidore Thibaud6au..Vlontmagny 
Louis Pauet Quebec 



DIVISION. 

Laurentides ...lion. 

Lauzon " 

M Me Lies " 

JHontarville .... " 
Repentigny ... " 

Rigaud 

Rougemnnt 

Shawinigan ... 

Sfirel 

Stadacrma. 

Victoria 

Wellington 



NAME. p. 0. ADDRESS. 

Jean Elie Gingras... Quebec 

A. C de Lerv Quebec 

Felix II. Lemaire ...St. Hermit 

C. B. de BoucliervillnBoucherville 
Louis Archambeaultb Assomption 

E. Prudhomme Parish , Montreal. 

John Eraser St. Marc. 

John Jones Ross ...Ste. An.de la Per. 

D. M. Armstrong ...Sorel 
Thos. McGreevey ...Quebec 

James Ferrier Montreal 

Edward Hale bherbrooke 



OFFICERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUN-CIL. G. B. de Boucherville, Clerk, Master in Chancery and Accountant; Pierre 
Let-are, Assistant Clerk, Master in Chancery, French Translatoi 4 and Assistant Accountant ; Thomas \V. Lloyd, Second 
Assistant Clerk, Clerk of the English Journals, and English Translator ; Isaie Jodoin, Advocate, Clerk of the Offices 
and Committees, and Translator ; B. Globenski, Advocate. Clerk of French Journals, Clerk of Permanent Orders and 
Private Bills, and Translator; N. Faucher, jun., Clerk of Special Committees and Petitions, Translator; S. S. Hatt, 
Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod; T. E. Roy, Sergeant-at-Arms; A. Labelle, Copyist; F. X. Brault, First Messenger; 
Francis Blais, Richard Clancey, and T. Dion, Messengers. 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 

Hon. JOSEPH G. BLANCHBT, Speaker. 



CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Aryenteuil S. Bellingham Montreal 



Beauce C. H. Pozer St. George 

Bnauharnois Celestin Bergevin ...St. Thimothee 

lirdlechasse Dr. Onesime Peltier ..St. Charles 

Br.rttiier Dr. Louis J. Moll Berthier (en haut) 

Bonavenlwe Clarence Hamilton ...New Carlisle 

Brome Hon. C. Dunkin Quebee 

C/iambly Jean Bapt. Jodoin ...Bou^hervilta 

Champlain lion. J. C. Chapais ...St. Denis (en bas) 

C larleooix Leon C. Clement Eboulements 

Chateauguay Edouard Laberge Ste. Philomene 

OMcout, <. Sague.P. A. Tremblay Chicoutiml 

Compton James Ross Gould 

Dr>r>;lteste.r H. L.L/angevin, C.B.... Quebec 

Drum. < Arthab.KAvmrd J. Hemming Drummondville 

Gj.spe Dr. P. Fortin Laprairie 

Jfochelaga Louis J. B. Beaubien Montreal 

Huntingdon W. Cantwell Franklin 

Iberville Louis Molleur ....St.John,Co.St.John 

Jacques Cartt er...N. M. Le Cavalier ...St. Laurent 

Juliette Dr. V. C. Lavallee ...St. Felix deValois 

Kamouraska Charles F. Koy Ste. Anne 

Laprairie Cesaii e Therien St Isidore 

L Assomption ....Et. Mathieu Lachenaie. 

Laval J. II Bellerose bt. Vincent dePaul 

Lcvis Dr. J. G. Blanchet ...Levis 

L Islet P. G. Verrault St. Jean, Port Joli 

Lntbiniere H. G. Joly Lotbiniere 

Maslrinnnge, Alexis L. DesaulniersRiv. du Loup](en h.) 

JHegantic Hon. G.Irvine Quebec 

Missisquoi Dr. Josiah S. Brigham Philipsbnrg 

Montcalm Firmiu Dugas Montcalm 

OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. George M. Muir, Clerk of the House; Etienne Simard, Assistant 01 rk; Thos. 
McCnrd, Law Clerk; C. A. Pariseau, Clerk; Laurent Simoneau, Accountant; Charles F. Langlois, Chief Office Clerk, 
Distributor of Stationery, and Superintendent of Extra Writers; C. J. Ardouin, Alex. Boulanger, Cyrille Pettigrew, 
Thomas Prendergast, Copying Clerks; Charles P. Lindsay, Chief Committee Clerk and Clerk of Elections: Edouard 
Lemoine, Clerk of Private Bills Committee ; Ed a. Belleau, Assistant Clerk ; Edouard Moreau, Chief French Translator ; 
Benoni Marquette, 1st Assistant Translator; Buteau Turcotte, 2nd Assistant Translator; Wm. Cook, Chief English 
Translator; J. B. Duggan. Assistant Translator; Edouard Deiners, Speaker s Secretary, Assistant Clerk of Committee)), 
and Permanent Copying Clerk; Paul E. Smith, Clerk of the English Journals; 0. C. Dolachevrotiere. Clerk of the 
French Journals ; Louis Fortier, French Assistant Clerk ; Josh. Whydden, English Assistant Clerk ; L6on P. Lemay, 
Librarian; Pierre Chenest, Postmaster; C. Dion, Assistant Postmaster and Permanent Messenger; Charles Garneau, 
Ssrgeant-at-Arms; Olivier Robitaille, Chief Messenger; Alfred Pelletier, Speaker s Messenger; Martial Roy, Edward 
Littlejohn, Joseph Trudelle, Jacques Morin, and Simeon Gagne, Messengers. 



CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Montmagny Louis H. Blais Village .vioutiuagny 

Montmorency ....Hon. Jos. Cauchon ...Quebec 

Mnrdre.al, Centre Edward Carter Montreal 

Montreal, East ...Hon. SirG. E. Cartier Moutreal 

Montreal, West ...Alex. W. Ogilvie Moutreal 

Napierville Pierre Benoit Napierville 

Nico et los. Gaudet Gentilly 

Ottawa (County) Dr. Levi R. Church... Aylmer 

Pbntiac John Poupore Chichester 

Portneuf Dr. Praxede Larue ...St. Augustin 

Quebec, Centre ...G H. Simard Quebec 

Quebec, East J. P. Rheaume Quebec 

Quebec, West John Hearn Quebec 

Quebec (County ) ..Hon. P.J.O. ChauveauQuebec 

Rich.mod( lfo//eJacques Picard Wotton 

Richslieu Pierre Gelinas St. Ainio 

Rimouslci Joseph Garon Rimouski 

Roumlle V.Robert Ste. Angele 

St. Hyacinthe ...P. Bachand St. Hyacinthe 

St. Jo m s F. G. Marchand St. John s, Iberv. 

St. Maurice A. L. Desaulniers Three Rivers 

Shfffnrd M. A. Bessette North Stukely 

Sherbrottke, ZbumHcm. -I. G. Robertson. Sherbrooke 

Siulanges D. A. Coutlee Les (Jedres 

Stanstead Thomas Locke Stanstead 

Temiscouata Elie Mailloux Ste. Arse je 

Te.rrebonne J. A. Chapleau Montreal 

ThmRivers,Oity C. B. Genest Three Rivers 

Iwo Mountains... lion. G. Ouimet Montreal 

Vuwlreuil A. C. deLot. HarwoodVaudreiiil 

Vercheres Dr. A. Boniface Craig. St. Antoiae 

Yamaska. Louis A. Senfical Pierrcvilte 



SECRETARY S OFFICE. Hon. P. J. 0. Chauveau, Provincial 
Secretary ; P. J. Jolicoeur, Assist. Secretary ; A. N. Mont- 
petit, First Clerk ; Oliver Campeau, Accountant ; Geo. W. 
Colfer, English Clerk ; J. B. Lenoir, Second Clerk ; Jos. 0. 
Laurin, Copying Clerk; Pierre Prevost, Messenger. 

PROVINCIAL REGISTRAR S DEPARTMENT. Hon. P. J. 0. 
Chauveau, Provincial Registrar; J. B. Meilleur, Deputy 
Registrar; A. Belanger, First Clerk; Etienne Poitras, 
Messenger. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. Hon. P. J. p. 
Chauveau, Minister of Public Instruction ; Dr. Louis 
Giard, Secretary; H. H. Miles, Assistant Secretary; Pierre 
Chauveau, Clerk of French Correspondence, Asst. Editor 
of the Journal de V Instruction Publique, and Librarian ; 
Patrick Delaney, Clerk of English Correspondence and 
Assistant Editor of the Journal of Education ; Alf. Thomas, 
Clerk of Accounts and Statistics ; Leopold Devisme, Assist. 
Clerk of French Correspondence; J. B. Marcou, Assitants 



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Clerk of Accounts and Statistics; Jacques Lappare, Copy 
ing Clerk and Storekeeper; Paul Blouin, Messenger. 

TREASURER S OFFICE. Hon. J. G. Robertson, Treasurer; 
Joseph Elliott, Asst. Treasurer ; Gaspard Drolet, Auditor; 
Henry Hemming and F. D.Tims, Bookkeepers; Arthur 
Giard". A H. Verrett (Agent Quebec Fire Loan), S anley 
H. Holt. Josh. E. E. Marmette, and W. A. Daviep, Clerks ; 
Henry Hughes. Office Keeper and Messenger; G. Trudelle, 
Second jlessenger. 

DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE AND PUBLIC WORKS. Hon. 
Louis Archambault, Commissioner : Simeon Lesage, Asst. 
Commusi ,-ner; J. D. Edw. Liouais. Secretary and Accoun 
tant; Pierre Gauvrf-au, Managing Engineer; Boucher de la 
Bruere. Inspector of Colonization Agencie- ; J. B. Derome, 
First Clerk and Draughtsman ; E. U. Nesbitt, Book-keeper; 
C. Lesperance, Assistant Book-keeper ; Thomas T. Nesbitt, 
Assistant Secretary: Joseph 0. Fontaine, Clerk; J.B. Pel- 
letier and J. B. Sirois, Messengers. 



of Council of Agriculture,. Hon. L. Archam 
bault, lion. P. J. 0. Chauvi-au. Hoc Christopher Dunkin, 
Hon. Joseph 0. Beaubien, Hon David E. Prict, Hon. Ulric 
J. Tessier, Hoa. Pic-rre U. Archau,beault, Hon. John J. 
Ross. Joseph Gaudet, Henri G. Joly. Basile Benoit, Louis 
Beaubin, Rev Francois Pilote, Rev Stanislas Tasse, J. M. 
Browning. Matt. H. Cochrane, Edw. J. DeBlois, Louis H. 
Massue, Alex. Sonimerville, L. Leveque, A. Marsau. 

DEPARTMENT OF LAW OFFICERS OF THE CROWN. Hon. 

Gedeon Ouimet, Attorney General ; Hon. George Irvine, 
Solicitor General ; Joseph A. Defoy, Assistant of the Law 
Officers of the Crown ; Antoine T. Marsan, Clerk ; Isa ie 
Vfironneau, Messenger. 

DEPARTMENT OF CROWN LANDS. Commissioner, Hon. J. 
0. Beaubien; Assistant Commissioner, E. E. Tache; Dep. 



Surveyor Goner.il, Joseph Bouchette. Surveys Branch 
K. T. Fletcher, ft. G. Duulevie.Wm. Baron VonKotrber, F. 
Chasse, and T M<>rkill. Accountants Branch J. V. Gale, 
H. B Dufort, G. G. Gale. Land Sales, Western Section 
W. F. Collins, F. D. Dugal, VV. E. Collins, L. Berthelot. 
Registrar J. J. Prendergast. Woods and Forests L. A. 
Robitaille, A. Pare, Jules Tache. Land Sales. Eastern Sec 
tion L. D. Lemoine, L. L. Rivard, D. C. Mackedie. Extra 
Clerk, C. Carbonneau. House Keeper, P. Potvin ; Messen 
gers, P. Cahill, C. Dumontier. 

Registration Service. Qufbec: P. L. Morin, G. A. Varin, 
R. D Estimanville, F. Lachaine. Montreal: J. B. Yaiin, 
F. W. Blacklock, L. W. Sicotte, C. Lionais. 

Crown Lan l and Timber Ayents. Coulonge Edmund 
Heath, Clarendon. Gatineau Robert Farley, Chelsea. 
Petite Nation Geo. W. Cameron, Ihurso. Mag(-g Orrin 
B. Kemp. Frelighsburg. St. Francis Wm. Farwell. Rob 
inson Village. A rthabaska Antoine Gagnon, Artbabas- 
kaville. Chaudiere Achille Fortin, Sto. Claire. Mont- 
mairny Thomas Breen, Montmagny. Grandville C. T. 
Dub e, Trois Pistolet. Rimouski J. B. f/epage. Rimouski. 
Bona venture J. N. Verge. Carleton. Saguenay George 
DubTger. Chicoutimi. Lake St. John s Ovide Tremblay, 
Grande Baie. St. Charles Zephirin Rousseau, Ste. Anue. 
St. Maurice Alphonse Dubord, Three Rivers. L AffOmp- 
tion B. Delphausse, St. Henri de Mascouche. Part uf 
L Assomption U. E. Belle, Montreal. Gaspe J. Edeu. 
L. Roy, bub-Agent. 

BOARD FOR EXAMINATION OF P. L. SURVEYORS. Hon. the 
Commissioner of Crown Lands, ex ofllcio ; Jos. Bouchette, 
Dep. Surveyor-General. Adol^hus Loroe, Quebec; F. 1 etu, 
Montmagny; J. Bignell, Lambton; F. W. Blaiklock, C. i .F. 
Baillarge, E. T. Fletcher, L. P. Gauvreau, Quebec, Prov. 
Land Surveyors. Secretary, Alex. Sewell, Quebec. Ex 
aminer in Geology and Mineralogy, Sir W. E. Logan, &c. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT FREDEEICTON. 
LIEUIENANT GOVERNOR His Excellency Lemuel Allan Wilmot, D.C.L. Private Secretary : 8. Adams. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Chief Commis. Board of Works .Hon. W. Kelly 



Piesident Hon. B. Beveridge 

Provincial Secretary " J. A. Beckwith 

Attorney General " G.E.King 



Surveyor General " W.Lindsay 

F. A. H. Straton, Clerk. 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon. J. S. SAUNBERS, President. 



COUNTIES. 



NAME. P. O. ADDRESS. 

Albert Hon. J. Lewis Hillsboro 

Carleton " C Perley Woodstock 

Win Todd St. Stephens 

J. J. Robinson ...Campo Bello 

R. Young Caraquette 

0. Mclnerney Richibucto 

J. H. Ryan Mill Stream 

J. Davidson Oak Point 

Wm. Muirhead ...Chatham 



CiMrloUe. ......... " 

Charlotte ....... 

Gloucester ...... 

Knit ............. 

King s ............ 

NnYthuii\hf,rl d 
Northumberl d 



COUNTIES. 

Hestigouche ...Hon 
St John " 


NAME. 

W. Hamilton .. 
A. McL. Seely.. 


P. 0. ADDRESS. 

....Dalhoutie 
...St. John 


St John " 


T. R. Jones 


...St. John 






... Sheffield 




B. Beveridge... 


. ...Tobique 


Westmorland... " 
Westmorland... " 
York " 


E. B. Cnandler 
D. Hanniugton 
J. S. Saunders.. 


...Dorchester 
...Shediac 
....Fredericton 


York .. , " 







OFFICERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL George Botsford, Clerk; J. H. Thair, Assistant Clerk; B. R. Jouett, TTsber 
of Black Rod ; Rev. John M. Brooks, D.D., Chaplain. 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 



lion. 



Speaker. 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



NAME. 



Albert Rufus Palmer, M.D.. 

James Ryan .... 

Carlf.ton Hon. Win. Lindsay.. 

George W. White 

Charlotte Beoj.R. Stevenson .. 

Francis Hibbard 

Hon. John McAdam 

Joseph Donald 

t Gloucester Samuel H. Napier .. 

" Thestime Blauchard 

Kent Wm. S. Caie 

" Antoine Girouard 

King s Edwin A. Vail, M.D. 

George Otty .... 

J. Herbert Crawford 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 

.Hope well 

Coverdale 
.Woodstock 

Centreville 
.St. Andrew s 
.St. George 
.St. Stephen s 
.St. Stephen s 
.Bathurst 
.Caraquet 

Kouchibonguac 

.St. Mary s 
. Sussex 

Hampton 
.St. John 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



NAME. 



Northumberland Hon. W. M. Kelly.. 

jJC. Gough 

Thomas F. Gillespie. 

" Michael Adams .... 

Queen s R. T. Babbit 

Gideon D. Bailey.... 

Resligouche W, Montgomery .... 

" Alex. C. DesBrisay . 

St. John Hon. G. E. King .... 

" J. Coram 

" Michael W. Maher . 

" Edward Willis 

St. John (City) ...Aaron Alward, M.D 

" " Wm, Wedderburn , 

Sunbury Archibald Harrison, 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 

.Chatham 

.Chatham 

.Chatham 

.Newcastle 

.Upper Gagetown 

.Newcastle, G. Lake 

.Dalhousie 

..Dalhonsie 

..St. John 

..Carleton, St. John 

..St. John 

..St. John 

..St. John 

..St. John 

..Maugerville 



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CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

S .nbury J. g. Covert Maugerville 

Victoria L. Theriault St. Leonard 

James Tibbits Fredericton 

Westmorland Peter Landry Shediae 

A. McQueen Mount Whatley 

B. Botsford Moncton 



CON:-TITUENCIES. NAME, P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Westmorland ....J.L.Moore Dorchester 

York Robert Robinson Canterbury 

Geo, L. Hatheway ...Nashwsak 

Hon. J. A. Beckwith. Frederieton 

Charles McPberson... Fredericton 



OFFICERS OP THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY C. P.Wetmore, Clerk; J. Richards, Clerk Assistant; A. T. Coburn, Sergeant- 
ftt-Arms ; Rev. , Chaplain. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY S OFFICE. Hon. J. A Beckwith, 
Provincial secretary; J. W. Smith, Chief Clerk; OK N. 
Babbitt and E. Hanson, Clerks. 

BOARD OF WORKS DEPARTMENT. Hon. W. Kelly, Chief 
Commissioner ; Asa Coy, Chief Clerk ; John VViikinsoD, 
Civil Engineer. 

SUKVF,YOR GENERAL S OFFICE. Hon. W. Lindsay, Sur 
veyor General; Andrew Inches, Deputy Surveyor General 
Dugald Stewart and W. P. Flewelling, jun., Crown Land 



Clerks: T. O Connor, A. Sibbald, and A. G. Beckwith, 
Draughtsmen. 

GOVERNMENT OFFICERS. J. S. Bcek, Auditor General; 
John Bennett, Ph. D., Chief Superin:endent of Schools; 
G. Thompson, Chief Clerk ; G. E. Fsmety, Queen s Printer; 
W. Carman Clerk of Supreme Court at Law and Kquity ; 
George J. Bliss, Assistant: H. Tuck, Clerk of Crown in 
Supreme Court ; H. G. C. Wetmore, Librarian to Legisla 
tive Library. 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

SEAT OP GOVERNMENT HALIFAX. 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR (and Deputy Governor for signing Marriage Lic -nses) His Excellency Major General Sir Chag. 
Hustings Doylr, K.C.M.G. Harry Moody, Private Secretary; Lieutenant Gary, 15th Regt., Aide-de-Camp : Lieut. 
Col. W. H. Clerke, Nova Scotia Hilitia, Aide-de-Camp; Major M.B.Daly (1st Brigade Mil. Artillery), Provincial 
Aide-de-Camp. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Treasurer and President Hon. Wm. Annand 

Martin I. Wilkins 
Win. B. "Vail 
Robert Robertson 



Qf.ne.ral " 

Provincial Secretary " 

Cummin, of Public Wor ks & Mines " 



Member of Council Hon. R. A. McIIcffey 

" " Edward K Klynn 

" " Jared C. Troop 

" " John Ferguson 

" " James Cochran 



Retired Members of Executive Council retaining their rank and precedence, 6y special permission of Her Majesty. 
Hon. Enos Collins, Hon. James W. Johnston, Hon. Joseph Howe, Hon. Charles Tupper, C.B., Hon. Wm. A. Henry, 
Hon. James McDonald, Hon. Samuel L. Shannon, Hon. Alexander McFarlane, Hon. Adam G. Archibald. 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon. Alexander KEITH, President. 



NAME AND P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hon. Robt. M Cutler, Gi<y$l>orough 
Sf.tyley Brown. Yarmouth 
Mather B. Almon, Halifax 
Alex. Keith. Halifax 
Henry G. Pineo. Wallace 
James McNab, Hiilifax 
R. A, McHeffey, Windsor 



NAME AND P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hon. John Crcighton. Lunenburgh 
Wm. C. Whitman, Annapolis 
Freeman Tupper, Liverpool 
Samiu-1 Chipman, Girnwallis 
John McKinnon, jtnhgonish 
Peter Srnvth, Port Hood 
Samuel Creelman, Colchester 



NAME AND P. O. ADDRESS. 

Hon. Wm. 0. Heffernan. Gui/sborougk 
D. McX. Parker, Halifax 
James Fraser, Pictou 
Wm- Anuand, Halifax 
Wm. J. Stairs, Halifax 
Henry Murtell, Arichat 
Gilbert McKenna, Shelbume 



OFFICERS. John C. Halliburton, Clerk; Robert L. Weatherbe, Law Clerk and Clerk of Parliament; Rev. George W. 
Hill, A.M., Chaplain ; John J. Sawyer, Gentlemen Usher of the Black Rod. 



HOUSE OF ASSEMB 


L Y. 

NAME. 

II McDonald 


P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Mabou. C B. 
Broad Cove, Interr. 
Wolfville 
Canning 
Lunenburgh 
Bridgewater 
Merigomish 
Pictou 
Merigomish 
Liverpool 
Liverpool 
Arichat 
Fourche 
Halifax 
Locke s Island 
Baddecb 
Baddeck 
Yarmouth 
Yarmouth 


CONSTITUENCIES 


NAME. 

Jared C. Troop 
David C. LnnderB 
Daniel McDonald 
Joseph McDonald .. 
Kobert Chambers .. 
Thomas F. Morrison 


P. 0. ADDRESS. 

.Bridgetown 
.Wilmot 
.Antigonish 
.Antigouish 
.Truro 
.Londonderry 


CONSTITUENCIES 

Inverness ...... 


H 

Antiffoni&h 

H 

Colchester 


it 


Alex. Campbell 
Edw. L. Brown, M.D. 
David M. Dickie 
James Eisenhauer ... 
Mather B. Desbrisay 
.Robert S. Copeland... 
Martin I. Wilkins ... 
George Murray, M.D. 
Henry W. Smith 
Samuel Freeman 
Edward P. Flynn 




u 


Lunenburgh 
u 

Pictou 


M 

Cumberland 
( k 

Cfcpc Breton 

a 

Digby 

t. 


Henry G. Pineo, jun 
AlonzoJ. White 
John Ferguson 
Wm. B. Vail 
Urbine Doucette 


Wallace 
.fydney, C. B. 
.Svdney 
.Halifax 
.Clare 


u 


H 




II 


Richmond 




u 


t 
Halifax 


John A Kirk 


Sherbrooke, St. M. 
.Beaver Harbour 




Robert Robertson ... 
Thomas Johnson 
.Wm. Kidston 




< 


t. 


James Cochran 


.Halifax 
Halifax 




H 


H 


John Koss 




Wm. Lawrence 
Elk mah Youne .. 


.Maitland 
.Falmouth 


Yarmouth 
it 


Wm. H. Townsend ... 
John K. Ryerson... 


ft 



OFFICERS OP THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Clerk, Henry C. D. Twining; Assistant Clerk, Lawrence G. Power; Chaplain, 
Rev. Canon Cochran ; Sergeant-at-arms, A. M. Gidney ; Assistant Sergeant-at-arms, James L. Griffin. 

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PROVINCE OF MANITOBA CANADA PATENT OFFICE. 



PROVINCE OF MANITOBA. 

SEAT OP GOVERNMENT FORT GARRY. 
LIEUT.-GOVEB.XOR OF MANITOBA AND NORTH WfiST TERRITORIES Hon. A. G. Archibald. Geo. P. Hill, Private Secretary. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Provincial Secretary Hon. Alfred Boyd. Treasurer Hon. Marc A. Girard. D. Boutbillier, derl: 



The whole of the vast Territory hitherto held by the 
Hudson s Bay Company, under Koyal Charter issued in 
the 22nd year of the rei^ n oi Charles II. aud iransierred 
to the Imperial Government on the 1st day of December, 
1869 (the Company receiving an indemnity from the 
Canadian Government of 30U,000 sterling), was by order 
of II. M. the <><ietm in Council, dated 23rd day of June, 
1870, admitted into the Union or Dominion of Canada. 

The portion of the Territory hitherto known as the 
Selkirk or lied River Settlement has been erected into a 
Province, to be called the Province of Manitoba. It con 
tains an area of 14,340 square miles=9,177,600 acres, and 
is bounded as follows "commencing at the point where 
the meridian of ninety-six degrees west longitude from 
Greenwich intersects the parallel of forty-nine degrees 
north latitude thence due west along the said parallel 
of forty-nine degrees north latitude (which forms a por 
tion ot the boundary line between the United States of 
America and the said North Western Territory) to the 
meridian of ninety-nine degrees of west longitude thence 
due north along the said meridian of ninety-nine degrees 
west longitude, to the intersection of the same with the 
parallel of fifty degrees and thirty minutes north latitude 
thence due east along the said parallel of fifty degrees 
and thirty minutes north latitude to its intersection with 
the before mentioned meridian of ninety-six degrees west 
longitude thence due south along the said meridian of 
ninety-six degrees west longitude to the place of begin 
ning" being 3 degrees of longitude and 1% latitude. 
The Province will be represented at present in the Senate 
of the Dominion, by two members, and in the House of 
Commons by four elective members. 

The Government will consist of a Lieutenant Governor 
and an Executive Council of five members ; the Legisla 
ture, of a Legislative Council of seven members, appointed 
for life, and a Legislative Assembly of (24) twenty-four 
elective members, the Province to be divided into 24 
electoral divisions for that purpose. 



It is provided that either the English or French lan 
guage may be used in the Legislature, and the pu ulic 
records and documents are to be printed in both lan 
guages. 

The Province, not being in debt, will receive from the 
Dominion Government interest at the rate of 5 per cent, 
per annum, on the sum of $472,090; a yearly subsidy of 
$30,000 for the support of its government" and Legislature 
and an annual grant, in aid of the Province, of 80 cents 
per head of the population, estimated at 17,0uo souls, such 
grant to be augmented in proportion to the increase of 
population until it amounts to 400,000 souls, at which 
amount the grant will remain thereafter. 

To extinguish the Indian title to the lands in the Pro 
vince, 1.400,000 acres of ungranted lauds are to be appro 
priated for the benefit of the half-breed residents. 

The following are the present routes to the new Pro 
vince : 

1st. Via Detroit, Chicago, St. Paul, and St. Cloud fare 
from Toronto to the latter place $28 50, $5 gold, remainder 
in American currency. 

2nd. Via Grand Haven and Milwaukie to St. Paul and 
St. Cloud, same fare as the first route. 

3rd. Via Collingwood, Sault Ste. Marie and Dulufh, 
thence by rail to St. Paul and St. Cloud, fare about $5 less 
than the before-mentioned routes. 

The route followed by the troops of tho Red River ex 
pedition is not one which could, in its present state, be 
used by emigrants going to the new Province. 

The cost of the trip from St. Cloud to >"ort Garry de 
pends on circumstances the number of people travelling 
together and the manner in which they live and travel. 
The average cost of the trip from Toronto to the Settle 
ment is about $60 to $70 for each adult in a party. 

NOTE. The above are the only appointments of which 
we have received notice. Further information will be 
given in an Addenda, if received before publication. Er>. 



CANADA PATENT OFFICE. 

Rules, Regulations and Forms, approved by the Governor in Council on the Snd of July, 1860, under 
THE COPYRIGHT ACT OF 186S, THE TRADE MABK AND DESIGN ACT or 1868, AND THE PATENT ACT or 1S69. 



GENERAL RULES. 

1. There is no necessity for any personal appearance 
at the Patent Office, unless specially called for by order 
of the Commissioner or the Deputy Commissioner, every 
transaction being carried on by writing. 

2. In every case the applicant or depositor of any 
paper is responsible for the merits of his allegations and 
of the validity of the instruments furnished by him or 
his agent. 

3. The correspondence is carried on with the appli 
cant, or with the agent who has remitted or transmitted 
the papers to the office, but with one person only. 

4. All papers are to be clearly and neatly written on 
foolscap paper, and every word of them is to be dis 
tinctly legible in order that no difficulty should be met 
with in the taking cognizance of, and in registering and 
copying them. 

5. All communications are to be addressed in the fol 
lowing words : "To tlu. Commissioner of Patents, Ottawa." 

6. As regards proceedings not specially provided for 
in the following forms, any form being conformable to 
the letter and spirit of the laws will be accepted, and if 
not so conformable will be returned for correction. 

COPYRIGHTS. 

7. An application for the Registration of a copyright 
shall be made after the following form ; when the appli 
cant is a resident of Canada. 

To tJie Minister of Agriculture, Ottawa. 

I [name of person] being a resident of Canada and now 
residing in the [city, town, parish, township or locality] 
in the Province of [Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New 
Brunswick, as the case may be] hereby declare that I 
am the Proprietor of the [book, map, chart, statuary, 



&c., as the case may be] and hereby request the Regis 
tration of the same, arid for that purpose I herewith 
forward the fee required by the Copyright Act of 1868, 
together with two copies of the [book, map, chart, &c., 
as the case may be ; and, if the object is a painting, a 
sculpture, or any other work of art, a written descrip 
tion of such work of art]. 

In testimony thereof I have signed in the presence of 
the two undersigned witnesses, at the place and date 
hereunder mentioned. 

[Place and date.] [Signature of the Proprietor.] 

[Signature of the two witnesses.] 

8. An application for the Registration of a Copyright 
shall be made after the following form, when the appli 
cant is a British subject resident in Great Britain or 
Ireland. 

To the Minister of Agriculture, Ottawa. 

I, [name of person] being a British subject and a resi 
dent in the [city, town, or other locality, us the case may 
be] in [Great Britain or Ireland, as the case may be] 
hereby declare that I am the proprietor of the [book, 
may, chart, &c., as the case may be] called f title or name, 
as the case may be] and that the said [book, map, chart, 
&c., as the case may be] has been published in Canada 
by [name of the publisher thereof] in the [name of the 
locality where the publication has taken placej in the 
Province of [Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Bruns 
wick, &c., as the case may bej and hereby request the 
Registration of the same, and for that purpose I here 
with forward the fee required by the Copyright Act of 
1868, together with two copies of the [book, ct,,harmpa 
&c., as the case may be ; if the object is a painting, a 
sculpture, or any other work of art, a written descrip- 
tion of such work of art.] 



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In testimony thereof I have signed, in the presence of 
the two undersigned witnesses, at the place and date 
liereunder mentioned. 

[Place and date.] 

[Signature of the Proprietor.] 

[Signature of the two witnesses.] 

Copyright fee,one dollar. 

TRADE MARKS AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGNS. 

9. An application for the registration of a Trade Mark 

i ic made after the following form : 

To the Minister of Agriculture, Ottawa. 

I, [name of person] of the [city, town, or other loca 
lity, as the case may be], in [name of county, province, 
or state, as the case may be], hereby furnish a duplicate 
copy of a Trade Mark, which I verily believe is mine, on 
account of having been the first to make use of the 
same, or 011 account of having acquired it from [naming 
the person], whom I verily believe to be the original 
proprietor thereof. 

The said Trade Mark consists [here must be inserted a 
description of the Trade Mark, recital of the Motto or 
Mottoes, &c. &c., in order to explain the pattern fur 
nished], and I hereby request the said Trade Mark to be 
registered in accordance with the law. 

Ju testimony thereof I have signed in the presence of 
the two undersigned witnesses, at the place and date 
hercunder mentioned. 

[Place and date.] 

[Signature of the Proprietor.] 

[Signature of the two witnesses.] 

10. An application for the registration of an Industrial 
Design shall be made after the following form : 

To the. Minister of Agriculture, Ottawa. 

I [name of the person], being a resident of Canada, 
and now residing in tht [city, town or other locality, as 
the case may be], in the [name of the Province, as the 
case may be], hereby declare that I am the Proprietor 
of the Industrial Design of which duplicate copies are 
herewith forwarded, and which consists [here insert a 
description of the design and an explanation of its use], 
;tnd I hereby request that the said Industrial Design be 
registered in accordance with the law. 

In testimony thereof I have signed in the presence of 
the two undersigned witnesses, at the place and date 
hereuuder mentioned. 

[Place and date.] 

[Signature of the Proprietor.] 

[Signature of the two witnesses. ] 

TABLE OF FEES. 

On every application to register a design or trade 

mark, including certificate $5 00 

For each certificate of registration 1 00 

For each copy of any drawing, the reasonable 
expenses of preparing the same. 

For recording any assignment 2 00 

For office copies of Documents or entries : 

For every single or first folio . 50 

For every subsequent hundred words, (fractions 
from and under fifty being not counted, and 
over fifty being counted for one hundred).. .. 25 

PATENTS OF INVENTION. 

11. The Petition asking for the granting of a Patent 
of Invention shall be made after the following form : 
To ihe Commissioner of Patents, Ottawa. 

The Petition of [Christian name or names in full of 
Inventor, Inventors, Assignee, or other legal represen 
tative of Inventor], of the [city, town, or other locality, 
as the case may be] in the Province of [as the case may 
be] [trade or profession]. 

SHEWETH, that your Petitioner has been a resident of 
Canada for at least one year next before the present 
application, residing during that period at [mention to 
be made of place and changes of residence.] 

That he hath discovered [or "invented," as the case 
may be] a certain new and useful fart, "machine," 
manufacture," or " composition of matter," as the 
case may be] ; or a certain, new and useful "improve 
ment" [or certain new and useful "improvements"] on 
a certain [art, "machine," "manufacture," or "compo 
sition of matter," as the case may be], now in ordinary 
use for [stating the use or object of the art, &c., as the 



case may be] to be called or known as ["name of inven 
tion or improvement,"] and that such his discovery [or 
"invention," as the case may be] was and is not known 
or used by others before his discovery [or "invention," 
as the case may be] thereof, and was and" is not at the 
time of this application in public use or for sale with his 
consent or allowance as such inventor [or discoverer, as 
the case may be] and that the oath or affirmation, draw 
ings, descriptions and specifications thereof in duplicate 
are transmitted herewith, pursuant to the Statute in 
such case made and provided ; the said invention being 
[insert here a very short description of the invention 
and of its object.] 

Your petitioner being desirous of obtaining an exclu 
sive property in the said invention [or discovery as the 
case may be] therefore prays that a Patent may be 

f ranted to your petitioner therefor, for the term allowed 
y law : and, for the purposes of the Patent Act, 1869, 
your petitioner elects his domicile in the [City, town or 
locality as the case may be] in the County of [name of 
County] in the Province of [name of Province], 

[Signature of Inventor.] 
[Place and date.] 

In cases of joint applications, in cases of applications 
from assignees, heirs or other legal representatives, the 
petition should, otherwise being made after the above 
given form, be altered according to the circumstances 
of the case to meet the requirements of the Statute, 
particularly of clauses 8, 10, 11 and 12. 

12. The Oath to be subscribed by an applicant for a Pat 
ent of Invention, shall be made after the following form.: 

Canada, Province of 
County of 

I, of in the County of in the Province of 
make oath and solemnly swear that I verily believe 
that I am the inventor [or discoverer] of the invention 
which I call [name of the invention], and for which I 
solicit a patent by my petition to the Commissioner of 
Patents, dated the [insert date of petition], and I further 
make oath that I have been a resident of Canada for one 
year next before my application. 

Sworn and Signed before me this [day of month and 
year], at [Signature of Deponent.] 

[Name of Place. ] 
[Signature of J. P.j 

Justice of the Peace. 

The same general form is to be adopted with such 
alterations as may be necessitated by circumstances, 
where the application is made abroad or by joint inven 
tors, by assignees, heirs or other legal representatives, 
in conformity with the Patent Act, clause 11. 

13. The specification accompanying a Petition for a 
Patent of Invention shall be made in duplicate, and 
after the following form : 

To ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Be it known that I, 
[name of inventor or discoverer, as the case may be] of 
[place of residence and trade or profession, if more 
than one inventor add his or their names, place of resi 
dence, and trade or profession, and word the specifica 
tion throughout according to circumstances] have in 
vented a new and useful [art, "machine," &c., same a 
in petition], and I do hereby declare that the following 
is a full, clear, and exact description of the construction 
and operation of the same. [Reference being had to the 
annexed drawings, where the nature of the case admits 
of drawings, describe the several drawings and refer to 
the parts by letters. Here describe the principle and 
the several modes in which the applicant contemplates 
the application of that principle or character by which 
the invention or discovery may be distinguished from 
other inventions or discoveries.] What I claim as my 
invention is [here express the nature and character of 
the invention in short, without reference to its advan 
tages, and identify the parts claimed separately or in 
combination. If the specification is for an improve 
ment or improvements, the original invention should 
be disclaimed, and the improvement or improvements 
clearly and separately enumerated as distinguished from 
the original object so improved]. 

[Place, date and year.] 

[Signature of Inventor.] 

Signed in the presence of 

[Signature of two witnesses and to be the same as 
those -yrho attest the drawings.] 



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14. The drawings illustrating the specification filed 
with an application for a Patent of Invention shall be 
made in accordance with the following directions and 
form, and furnished in duplicate : 

The drawings are to be made on tracing linen, each 
sheet to be of the size of a foolscap sheet of paper, and 
the said sheets as few in number as possible. The 
different figures of the drawings are to be marked thus : 
Fig. 1, front view, fig. 2, side view, &c., &c., and the 
separate parts are to be rnsrked with letters referred 
to in the specification, and on the drawing sheet itself ; 
the drawing must bear the name of the invention, and 
be signed by the Inventor and the two same witnesses 
who signed the specification, all after the following 
general form. The drawings are to be neatly executed 
and without colours. 

TITLE OF THE INVENTION. 

Fig. 1, Front view, Drawing. 
Fig. 2, Side view, Drawing. 

Fig. 8, Cross section, Drawing. 

Fig. 4, Wheel, Drawing. 

Reference for example : a Shaft, b Valve, c Regulator, 
&e., &c., &c. 

Certified that this is the -drawing referred to in the 
specification hereunto annexed. 

[Signature of the Applicant.] 
[Place and date.] 

[Signature of Inventor.] 
[Signature of witnesses.] 

15. An application to obtain the extension of a former 
Patent to the whole of the Dominion must be accom 
panied with the former Patent itself, with neat dupli 
cate copies of the original specification and drawings, 
certified by the inventor before the same two witnesses 
signing the Petition, and the said Petition shall be made 
after the following form : 

To the Commissioner of Patents, Ottawa. 

I, [names] of the [locality of residence] in the County 
of [name of County] in the Province of [or elsewhere, as 
the case may be] being a British subject [or a resident of 
Canada for upwards of a year] and being the discoverer 
[or inventor] of the subject matter of a Patent granted 
to me on [day, month and year], in the Province of 
{Nova Scotia, New Brunswick or former Province of 
Canada, or for the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec, as 
the case may be] which I now produce, and the said 
subject matter of my said invention and Patent called 
[name of invention] being not, with my consent, known 
or used, nor on sale in any of the other Provinces of the 
Dominion. I hereby therefore pray, that a Patent under 
the " Patent Act of 1869 " be granted to me extending 
the privileges of my former Patent over the whole of the 
Dominion. 

In testimony thereof I have signed in the presence of 
the two undersigned witnesses at the place and date 
hereunder mentioned. 

[Place and date.] [Signature of Applicant.] 

(^Signature of the two witnesses.] 

17. The models required by law must be neat and 
substantial working models, the dimensions of which 
are not to exceed, in any case, eighteen inches in their 
longest side, unless otherwise allowed by special permis 
sion previously obtained ; such models must be so con 
structed as to show exactly every part of the invention 
and its mode of working. In cases where samples of in 
gredients and samples of the composition made of such 
ingredients [neither of which being dangerous or explo 
sive substances] are required by law they must be con 
tained in glass bottles properly arranged. Both models 
and bottles must bear the name of the inventor, the 
title of the invention, and the date of the application ; 
and they must be furnished to the Patent Office free oi 
every charge and delivered in good order. 

18. All fees required by law shall be transmitted with 
the application to which they appertain in values not 
subject to any discount, and be better made, whenever 
practicable in Post Office money Orders, inclosed in 
registered letters. 

19. All applications must be proceeded with and per 
fected within two years after the lodging of the petition, 
in default of which it will be regarded as abandoned, 
and all previous proceedings and payment of fees wil 
be held at the expiration of that period as of no avail. 



20. Two or more separate inventions cannot be claimed 
n one application, nor patented in one patent, unl : s 
;hey are so dependent of and connected with each other 
as to be necessarily taken together to obtain the end 
sought for by the inventor ; and in this latter case the 
Commissioner of Patents is the judge as to whether or 
not the pretensions of the applicant are founded in fact 
and reason. 

21. The filing of a protest against the issuing of a 
patent shall not be taken in itself as a sufficient reason 
to withhold the granting of such patent to an applicant. 

22. In cases of doubt, and in accordance with the 
letter and meaning of the law, Patents may be issued 
for an invention already patented, a trial before a judi 
cial tribunal being in such cases the only means of dis 
covering who is the real or first inventor. 

23. A Caveat must be composed of a specification [and 
drawings], and as long as it remain uninterfered with, 
and that the filer is not called upon to lodge his applica 
tion in due form on account of an interfering application, 
the said proprietor thereof can lodge with it additional 
papers, provided these papers are relevant exclusively 
to the perfecting of the same invention in progress of 
completion. 

24. All cases connected with the intricate and multi 
farious proceedings issuing from the working of a law 
of Patents of Invention, which are not specially defined 
and provided for in these rules, shall be decided in ac 
cordance with the merits of each case by authority of 
the Commissioner of Patents, and the decision shall be 
communicated to the interested parties, through the 
Departmental correspondent of the Patent Office. 

TARIFF OF FEES. 

On petition for a Patent for 5 years 20 00 

On petition for extension from 5 to 10 years .... 20 00 
On petition for extension from 10 to 15 years .... 20 00 

On lodging a Caveat 5 00 

On asking to register a judgment pro tanto 4 00 

On asking to register an assignment 2 00 

On asking to attach a Disclaimer to a Patent 4 00 

On asking copy of Patent with specification 4 00 

On petition to re-issue a Patent after surrender, 
and on petition to extend a former patent to 
the Dominion, the fee shall for every unex- 

pired year of duration of such Patent 4 PO 

On office copies of Documents, not above mentioned, 
the following charges shall be exacted : 
For every single or first folio of certified copy . . . . $0 50 
For every subsequent hundred words (fractions 
from and under fifty being not counted, and 

over being counted for one hundred) 25 

NOTICE. 

The correspondence with the Department is carried, 
through the Canadian Mail, free of postage. 

The forwarding of any paper should always be accom 
panied by a letter, and a separate letter should be 
written in relation to each distinct subject. 

It is particularly recommended that reference should 
be made to the law before writing on any subject to the 
Department ; in order to avoid unnecessary explana 
tions and useless loss of time and labour ; and it is also 
recommended, and in every case to have the papers and 
drawings prepared by a competent person, for the in 
terest both of the applicant and of the public service. 

A sufficient margin should be left on every paper, and 
specially on specifications and assignments for the in 
sertion of references, or certificates, and for the affixing 
of the seal thereto. 

Although it is optional for the applicant to annex 
drawings to the specification of a Caveat or not, still it 
is important, in the interest of the party, always to at 
tach drawings to the said specification. 

It must be remembered that the better papers are ex 
ecuted, the sooner the work is dispatched at the office, 
and the surer the regularity of the proceedings is 
guaranteed. 

It must be remembered, when drawing the Petition 
for a Patent of Invention that, if a change in the resi 
dence mentioned has taken place during the year next 
to the date of the Petition, the change or changes should 
be mentioned in accordance with the 12th Section of the 
Patent Act of 189. 



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CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



[1871. 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS, 

As IN FORCE Oft 1ST OCTOBER, 1870. 

All Articles not hereafter enumerated as charged with an ad valorem duty, or charged with a, specific duty, or declared 
free of duty, are chargeable with a duty of 15 per cent, on the value thereof. 

Upon ill goods paying specific or ad val. duties there is an addition of one twentieth or five per cent, of amount of duty. 



^ c. ad val. 

Acid, Sulphuric ^ c. perlb. 

Acetic Acid lOc per gall. 

Acids of every description, except 
Acetic and Sulphuric Acid and 

Vinegar Free 

Alcohol, on every gallon of the 
strength of proof of Sykes Hy 
drometer, and so in proportion 
for any greater strength and 
for every less quantity than a 

gallon 80c. per gall. 

Ale, in casks, 10 per cent, and 5c. 

per gall. 

Ale, in bottles (5 quarts or 10 
pints to gallon) 10 per cent, and 

7c. per gall. 

Alum Free 

Anatomical Preparations Free 

Anchors Free 

Animals of all kinds 10 

Animals of all kinds, growth and 

produce of B N. A. Provinces. ..Free 
Animals imported for the im 
provement of stock Free 

Antimony Free 

Antiquities, Cabinets of Free 

Argol Free 

Arms, Clothinsr, Musical Instru- 
menis for Bands, and Military 
Stores for the use of the Army 

and Navy ..Free 

Articles for the public uses of the 

Dominion Free 

Articles imported by and for the 

use of the Governor General Free 
Articles for the use of Foreign 

Consuls General Free 

Ashes, Pot, Pearl and Soda Free 

Axles, Crank, Locomotive Free 

Axles, Railway Car Free 

Barilla or Kelp Free 

Bark, Tanners Free 

Bark, used chiefly in dyeing Free 

Bark of the Corkwood Tree Free 

Bars, Guide and Slide, for Loco 
motives Free 

Bars, Puddled iron Free 

Beer, in casks, 10 per cent, and 

5c. per gall. 

Beer, in bottles (5 quarts or 10 
pints to a gallon), 10 per cent. 

and 7c. per gall. 

Benzole 15c. per gall. 

Berries, used chiefly in dyeing ...Free 
Bibles, Testaments, Prayer-Books 

and Devotional Books 5 

Bichromate of Potash Free 

Biscuit, from Great Britain and 

the B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Bitters $1 20 per gall. 

Bleaching Powders Free 

Blue-black Free 

Blocks, Stereotype, for Printing 

purposes Free 

Blooms and Billets, puddled or 

not puddled Free 

Blue Vitriol Free 

Bolting Cloth Free 

Books Printed Periodicals, and 
Pamphlets, not being foreign 
reprints of British copyright 
works, nor Blank Acc t Books, 
Copy Books, nor Books to be 
written or drawn upon, nor 
reprints of Books printed in 
Canada.nor Printed Sheet Music 5 
Bookbinders Tools & Implements 
Millboards and Binders Cloth Free 



"$, c. ad val. 

Books, copyright reprints of 12^ 

Boots 15 

Boot-felt Free 

Borax Free 

Botany, Specimens of Free 

Bran 10 

Bran, growth or produce of B.N.A. 

Provinces ...Free 

Brandy (on every gallon of the 
strength of proof of Sykes Hy 
drometer, and so in proportion 
for any greater strength, and 
for every less quaniity than a 

gallon) 80c. per gall. 

Brass, in Bars, Rods, Sheets, 

Scraps, and Stripes Free 

Brass or CopperWire, round orflatFree 
Brass & Copper, Manufactures of 15 
Bread from Great Britain and the 

B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Brim Moulds for Gold Beaters ...Free 

Brimstone, in roll or flour Free 

Bristles ...Free 

Broom Corn Free 

Bulbs Free 

Burrstones , Free 

Busts, natural size, not being casts 
nor produced by any mere me 
chanical process Free 

Butter 4c. per Ib. 

Bmter, the produce of B.N.A. 

Provinces Free 

Cabinets of Antiquities, Coins, 

Gems, and Medals Free 

Cables Iron Chain, over % inch, 
8hackled,Swivelled or not, when 

need for Ships only Free 

Cables Hemp and Grass, when 

ued for ships only Free 

Candlewick Cotton Free 

Candy Sugar, brown or white 

1 c. per Ib. 25 

Cane Juice %e. per Ib. 25 

Caoutchouc, unmanufactured ...Free 
Carriages of Travellers and Carri 
ages employed In carrying Mer 
chandise (Hawkers and Circus 

Troupes excepted) Free 

Cassia, ground 25 

Casts, as models for the use of 

schools of design Free 

Cement, marine or hydraulic, un- 

ground Free 

Cheese 3c. per Ib. 

Cheese, the produce of B. N. A. 

Provinces Free 

Chesnut and Cherry Plank Free 

Chicory, or other Root or Vege 
table used as Coffee, raw or 

green 3c. per Ib. 

Chicory, kiln-dried, roasted or 

ground 4c. per Ib. 

Chinese Blue Free 

Church Bells Free 

Cigars 45c per Ib. 

Cinnamon, ground 25 

Clasps, Brass and Tin, for manu 
facture of Hoop Skirts Free 

Clays Free 

Clothing or Wearing Apparel, 

made by hand or sewing mach. 15 
Clothing for the use of the Army 

and Navy Free 

Clothing, donations of, for chari 
table Institutions Free 

Coal and Coke 50c per ton 

Coal and Coke, the growth and 
produce of B. N. A. Provinces. ..Free 



^ c. ad val. 
Coal Oil, distilled, purified and 

refined 15e. per gall. 

Cocoa Paste, from Great Britain 

and the B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Co-^oa, Bean and Shell Free 

Coffee, green 3c. per Ib. 

Coffee, kiln dried, roasted or 

ground 4c per Ib. 

Coin and Bullion, except U. S. 

Silver Coin Free 

Common Soap Ic per Ib. 

Communion Plate Free 

Composition Spikes and Nails ...Free- 
Confectionery Ic. perlb. 25 

Connecting Rods, Locomotive Free 

Copper, in Pig, Bars, Rods, Bolts, 

Sheets and Sheathing Free 

Copper Wire, round or flat Free 

Cordage, for ships and vessels only Free 

Cordials $1 20 pr gall. 

Corkwood and Bark Free 

Corn, Indian 3c per bushel 

Corn, Indian, growth and produce 

of B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Cottons, Manufactures of 15 

Cotton, Candle Wick Free 

Cotton Waste Free 

Cotton Netting for India Rubber 

Shoes Free 

CottonWool Free 

Cotton, Weaving or Tram, for 

ranking Elastic Webbing Free 

Crank Axles, Locomotive Free 

Crank Pins, Locomotive Free 

Cranks, Locomotive Free 

Cranks, Steam-boat and Mill, 

forged in the rough Free 

Cream of Tartar, in Crystals Free 

Crinoline Thread, for covering 

Crinoline Wire l; ree 

Drawings, not in Oil Free 

Diamonds and Precious Stones, 

not set Free 

Drain Tiles Free 

Dried Fruits 15 

Drugs, used chiefly in dyeing Free 

Duck, for Belting and Hose Free 

Earths, Clays and Sand Free 

Eggs Free 

Electrotype Blocks, tor printing 

purposes Free 

Emery Free 

Fancy Goods, Manufactures of ... 15 
Farming Utensils & Implements, 
when imported by Agricultural 
Societies for encouragement of 

agriculture Free 

Felt for Hats and Boots Free 

Fibre, Fibrilla, Mexican or Tam- 
pico, white and black, and other 
vegetable fibres for manufac 
turing purposes Free 

Firebrick and Clay Free 

Firewood -.Free 

Fish, fresh, not to include Oysters 
or Lobsters in tins or kegs ...Free 

Fish, salted or smoked Ic. per Ib. 

Fish, Fish Oil, and Fish products 
of all kinds, from B.N.A. Prov. Free 

Fish Bait Free 

Fishing Nets and Seines, Hooks, 

Lines, and Twines Free 

Flax, Hemp, and Tow, undressed Free 

Flax Waste Free 

Flour, Wheat or Rye 25c per bbl. 

Flour of any other Grain, includ 
ing Indian Meal and Oatmeal, 

15c per bbl. 



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CANADIAN TARIFF OP CUSTOMS. 



53 



^ c. ad vol. 

Flour of Wheat or Rye, Indian 
Meal and Oatmeal, and Flour 
or Meal of any other kind of 
grain, the growth and produce 

of B.N.A. Provinces Free 

Fruits, green 10 

Fruits, dried 15 

Fruits, green or dried, growth or 

produce of B.N.A. Provinces ...Free 
Fruits preserved in Brandy or 

other Spirits $1 20 per gall. 

Furs aud Skins, Pelts, or Tails, 

undressed Free 

Furs, Manufactures of 15 

Gems, and Cabinets of Free 

Gin (on every gallon of strength 
of proof of Sykes Hydrometer, 
and so in proportion for any 
greater strength and for every 
less quantity than a gallon) 

80c. per gall. 

Ginger, ground 25 

<Jlass and Glass Ware, Plate, and 
Silvered, Stained, Painted or 

Coloured 15 

Glass Paper and Glass Cloth Free 

Gold, Silver and Plated Ware, 

Manufactures of. 15 

Goldbeaters Brim Moulds and 

Skins Free 

Grain of all kinds 3c per bushel 

Grain, Wheat 4c per bushel 

Grain of all kinds, including 
Wheat, the growth and produce 

of B.N .A. Provinces Free 

Gravels Free 

Grease and Scraps Fre 

Greens. Paris and permanent Free 

Gum, Copal Free 

Gum. British Free 

Gutta-percha, unmanufactured. ..Free 
Gypsum, or Plaster of Paris, 

neither ground nor calcined ...Free 
Gypsum, ground or unground, 

from B.N A. Provinces Free 

Hair, "Angola, Goat, Thibet, un 
manufactured Free 

Hair, Horse. II. %, or Mohair, un 
manufactured Free 

Hair, Human Free 

Hardware, Manufactures of 15 

Harness and Saddlery 15 

Hams lc. per Ib. 

Hat Felts Free 

Hay 10 

Hay, growth and produce of 

BN.A. Provinces Free 

Hemp, undressed Free 

Hides aud Horns Free 

Hops 5c per Ib. 

Hops, the growth and produce of 

B.N.A. Provinces Free 

Imitation of Leather 15 

India-rubber, unmanufactured ...Free 

Indi.so Five 

Indian Meal 15c per bbl, 

Indian Meal, the growth and pro 
duce of B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Iron of tha descriptions following, viz : 
Iron Canada Plates and Tin Plates 5 

Iron, Sheet 5 

Iron, Galvanized Siiikesand Bolts Free 
Iron, Nail, and Spike Rod, round, 

square or flat 5 

Iron, Bar, Rod. or Hoop 5 

Iron, Scrap. Galvanized or Pig ...Free 
Iron. Hoop or Tire, for Locomotive 

Wheels. Viit and welded Free 

Iron Boiler Plate 5 

Iron Ilailr d Bars, Frogs. Wrought 
Iron or Steel Chairs, Fish Plates 

and Car Axles Free 

Iron Wire Free 

Iron, Jlolled Plate 5 

Iron Kirs puddled, Blooms and 
Billets puddled or not puddled Free 



$ c. ad vol. 

Jewellery 15 

Junk A Free 

Kelp Free 

Kerosene Oil, distilled, purified, 

and refined 15c. per gall. 

Knees and Riders, Iron, for ship 
building purposes Free 

Kryolite Free 

Lakes, in pulp, scarlet & moroon Free 

Lard ~ lc. per Ib. 

Lard, the produce of B. N. A. 

Provinces Free 

Lead, in Sheet or Pig Free 

Lead. Red and White, dry Free 

Leather, or Imitation thereof, 

Manufactures of. 15 

Leather, Sole and Upper 10 

Linen Machine Thread Free 

Litharge -...Free 

Lithographic Stones Free 

Locomotive Engine Frames, Axles, 
Cranks, Hoop Iron or Steel for 
Tires of Wheels, bent & welded Free 
Locomotive Crank Axles, Piston 
Rods, Guide and Slide Bars, 
Crank Pins <$. Connecting Rods Free 
Locomotive and Passenger Bag 
gage, & Freight Cars running 
upon any line of road crossing 
the frontier, so long as Canadia a 
Locomotives and Cars are ad 
mitted free, under similar cir 
cumstances in theUnited StatesFree 
Lumber, Plank and Sawed, of 
Walnut, Rosewood, Cherry, 
Chesnut, Mahogany, and Pitch 

Pine. Free 

Lumber and Timber of all kinds, 
round, hewed, but not other 
wise manufactured in whole or 
in part, from B.N.A. Provinces Free 

Mace 25 

Machine Silk Twist Free 

Machine Linen Thread Free 

Malt 40c. per bush. 

Manilla Grass Free 

Manufactures of Brass or Copper 15 

Manufactures of Cottons 15 

Manufactures of Silks & Velvets 15 

Manufactures of Hardware 15 

Manufactures of Leather, or Imi 
tations thereof 15 

Manufactures of Glassware 15 

Manufactures of Fancy Goods ... 15 

Manufactures of Furs 15 

Manufactures of Gold, Silver, and 

Plated Ware 15 

Manufactures of Leather, includ 
ing Boots and Shoes, Harness 

and Saddlery 15 

Manufactures of Woollens 15 

Manures Free 

Marble, in Blocks, un wrought, or 
sawn on two sides only, or Slabs 
sawn from such Blocks, having 
at least two edges unwrought..Free 
Meats, Fresh, Salted or Smoked 

lc. per Ib. 

Meats, Fresh, Sslted, or Smoked, 
growth or produce of B. N. A. 

Provinces .< Free 

Medals and Cabinets of Free 

Medicines Proprietary Medicines 
commonly called Patent Medi 
cines, or any Medicine or Pre 
paration, of which the Recipe is 
kept secret, or the ingredients 
whereof are kept secret, recom 
mended by advertisement, bill 
or label, for the relief or cure of 

any disease or ailment 25 

Medicinal Roots in their natural 

state Free 

Menageries, Horses, Cattle, Carri 
ages, and Harness of Free 

Melado %c. per Ib. 25 





fi c. ad vol. 

Metallic Oxides, dry, ground or 
unground, washed or unwash 
ed, not calcined Free 

Military and Naval Stores Free 

Mineralogy, Specimens of Free 

Models Free 

Molasses, if used for refining or 
for the manufacture of Sugar, 

73c. per 1UO Ib. 

Molasses, if not so used . ... 25 

Molasses, concentrated, or Syrup 

of %c. perlb. 25 

Moss, for Upholstery purposes ...Free 
Musical Instruments for Bands, 
for the use of the Army & Navy Free 

Nails, Composition Free 

Nails, Sheathing Free 

Naptha 15c. per gall. 

Natural History, Specimens of ...Free 

Naval Stores Free 

Netting, Cotton and Woollen, for 

India rubber shoes Free 

Nitrate of Soda Free 

Nitre or Saltpetre Free 

Nuts, dried, of all kinds V5 

Nuts, chiefly used in dyeing Free 

Nutmegs 25 

Oakum Free 

Ochres, dry, ground or unground, 
washed or unwashed, not cal 
cined Free 

Oil Cake Free 

Oils, Coal and Kerosene, distilled, 

purified and refined ... 15c. per gall. 
Oils, Naptha, Benzole, and refined 

Petroleum loc per gall. 

Oils, products of Petroleum, Coal, 
Shale, and Lignite, not else 
where specified lOc per gall. 

Oils, Crude Petroleum 6c per gall. 

Oils, Cocoanut, Pine, and Palm. 

i:i their natural state Free 

Oils, Whale, in the casks from on 
ship-board, and in the condition 
in which it was first landed ...Free 

Ores of all kinds of Metals Free 

Osiers and Willow for Basket- 
makers use Fiea 

Packages Bottles, Jars, Demi 
johns, Brandy Casks, Barrels or 
other Packages, in which Spirit 
uous Liquors, Wines and Malt 
Liquors are contained, and car 
boys containing Sulphuric Acid 15 
Paintings, in oil. by artists of well- 
known merit, or copies of old 

masters by such artists ..., Free 

Patent Medicines, or any medi 
cine or preparation of which 
the recipe is kept secret, or the 
ingredients whereof are kept 
secret, recommended by adver 
tisement, bill or label, for trio 
relief or cure of any disorder or 

ailment 25 

Pearl Ashes Free 

Pelts Five 

Pepper, ground 

Perfnmery, not elsewhere specif : d -."> 

Perfumed Spirits Si 20 per gall. 

Perfumed Spirits, in flasks 

4c per \\. 

Petroleum, crude (5c. per gall. 

Petroleum, refined, purified, &c. 

15c. per gall. 

Philosophical Instruments and 
Apparatus, including Globes, 
when imported by and for the 
use of colleges, schools, scien 
tific or literary societies Free 

Phosphorus Free 

Pii? Iron, Lwad and Copper Five 

Pimento, ground -> 

Pipeclay Free 

Piston Rods for Locomotives Five 

Pitch Fre 



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CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



[1871. 



1$ c. ad val. 
Plaits Straw, Tuscan, or Grass 

Fancy Free 

Plants 10 

Plants, growth and produce of 

B.N.A. Provinces Free 

Plaster of Paris, neither ground 

nor calcjned Free 

Plate, rolled Iron 6 

Plates, Boiler 5 

Plates, Canada and Tinned 5 

Playing Curds 25 

Plush fur Hatters use Free 

Porter, in casks 5c. per gall. 10 

Porter, in bottles (5 quarts or 10 
pints to a gallon)... 7c. per gall. 10 

Pot Ashes Free 

Poultry, growth and produce of 

B.N.A. Provinces Free 

Precious Stones, not set Free 

Printing Ink ^ Free 

Printing Presses, except Portable 

Hand Printing Presses Free 

Products of Petroleum. Coal Shale 
and Lignite, not otherwise spe 
cified lOc. per gall. 

Prunella Free 

Rags Free 

Railroad Bars Free 

Ratal i, for chair makers Free 

lied Lead, dry Free 

Eosin Free 

K ce Ic per Ib. 

Rud, Nail and Spike, round.square 

and fiat Iron 5 

Roots, Medicinal, in their natural 

state Free 

Rosewood Free 

Rum (on every gallon of strength 
ol proof of Sykes hydrometer, 
and so in proportion tor every 
greater strength, and for every 
less quantity than a gal .on) 

80c. per gall. 

Sad llerv 15 

Sailcloth or Canvas, from No. 1 to 
No. t>, when imported by ship 
builders or sailmakers for ship 
building purposes Free 

Sal- Ammoniac Free 

Sill-Soda Free 

Salt 5c per bushel of 56 Ibs. 

Salt., when imported Jrom the 
United Kingdom, or any British 
Possession?, nr for the use of the 

sea and gulf fisheries Free 

Saltpetre Free 

Sand Free 

Scrap Brass Free 

Sculpture, Specimens of Free 

Sea Grass Free 

Seeds not classed as Cereals 10 

SwlK of all kinds, growth or pro 
duce of B.N.A Provinces Free 

Settlers effects of every descrip 
tion in actual use. not being 
merchandise, brought by per 
sons making oath that they in 
tend becoming permanent set 
tlers within the Dominion Free 

Shafts. Steamboatand Mill, forged 

in the rough Free 

Ship s liinnucle Lamps Free 

Ship s Blocks and Patent Bushes 

for Blocks Free 

.-hip s Bunting free 

Ship s Cables, iron chain, over one 
half inch, shackled or swiveled 

or not Free 

Ship s Cables, Hemp and Grass, 

when used for ships only Free 

Ship s ompuHses Free 

Ship s Cordage, when used for 

snips (inly Free 

- Hi-ad K.yes & Dead Lights Free 

Shin s Deck Plugs 1 Free 

.< Iron Knees and Riders Free 



$ c. ad val. 

Ship s Iron Masts, or parts of. Free 

Ship s Pumps and Pump Gear ...Free 
Ship s Sailcloth or Canvas, from 
No. 1 to No. 6, when used for 

ships only Free 

Ship s Shackles and Sheaves Free 

Ship s Signal Lamps Free 

Ship s Steering Apparatus Free 

Ship s Travelling Trucks Free 

Ship s Varnish, black and bright, 

when used for ships only Free 

Ship s Wedges Free 

Ship s Wire Rigging Free 

Ship s Yellow Metal, in bars or 

bo-Its Free 

Ship sYellow Metal, for sheathing Free 

Shoes 15 

Shrubs 10 

Shrubs, growth and produce of 

B.N A. Provinces Free 

Silicate of Soda Free 

Silk, Tram or Weaving, to make 

Elastic Webbing Free 

Silks, Manufactures of. 15 

Silk Twist for Hats, Boots & Shoes Free 

Skins, uudress ad Free 

Slate Free 

Slides and Spangles, and Slotted 

Tapes, for Hoop Skirts Free 

Snutf 20c per Ib. and 12% 

Soap, Fancy and Perfumed 25 

Soap, common Ic. per Ib. 

Soda, Ash Free 

Soda, Caustic Free 

Soda, Nitrate of Free 

Soda, Silicate of Free 

Specimens of Natural History, 

Mineralogy, and Botany Free 

Specimens of Sculpture Free 

Spelter, in blocks, sheets or pig. ..Free 
Spices, including Ginger, Pepper, 

Pimento, ground 25 

Spikes, Composition Free 

Spirits, perfumed $1 20 per gall. 

Spirits, perfumed, in flasks, 

4c per flask 

Spirits and Strong Waters, not 
having been sweetened or mix 
ed with any article, so that the 
degree of strength thereof can 
not be ascertained by S>kes 
hydrometer, for every gallon of 
the strength of proof ot such 
hydrometer, and s > in propor 
tion for any greater or less 
strength, and for every greater 
Or less quantity than a gallon, 
viz., Brandy, Geneva, Alcohol, 
Rum, Gin (including Old Tom), 
Tafia, Whiskey, and unenumer- 
atcd articles of like kind, 80c per gal. 
Spirits and Strong Waters, being 
sweetened or mixed, so that the 
degree of strength cannot be 
ascertained, viz., Rum Slirub, 
Cordials, Schiedam Schnaps, 
and unenumerated articles of 

like kind $1 -0 per gal. 

Spirits and Strong Waters, not 

elsewhere specified. ...$1 20 per gal. 
Spirit* and Strong Waters, mixed 
with anv ingredient or ingre 
dients, and although thereby 
coming underthe denomination 
of Proprietary Medicine-, Tinc 
tures. Essences, Kx tracts, or 
any other denomination, are 
n Vfrtheless deemed Spirits A 
Strong waters," and subject to 
duty as su> h. 

Starch 2c. per Ib. 

Statues, of Bronze, Marble or Ala 
baster, natural size Free 

Steel, wrought 01 cast, in bars or 

rods Free 

Steering Apparatus for Ships Free 

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^ c. ad val. 
Steel Plates, cut to any form, but 

not moulded Free 

Stone, Lithographic Free 

Stereotype Blocks for printino: 

purposes . ......Free 

Stone, un wrought Free 

Straw 10 

Straw, the growth or produce of 

B.N.A. Provinces Free 

Straw Plaits, Tuscan and Grass, 

Fancy Free 

Sugar Candy, brown or white 

Ic. per Ib. 25 

Su^ar all Sugar equal to or above 
No. 9, Dutch standard 

Jc. per Ib. 25 

Sugar all Sugar equal to or below 
No. 9, Dutch standard 

%c. per Ib. 25 

Sugar of Lead Free 

Satin, and fine washed White ... Free 

Sulphur, in roll or flour Free 

Sjrup of Sugar or of Simar Cane 

%c. per Ib. 25 

Tampico, white and black Free 

Tanners Bark Free 

Tails, undressed Free 

Tallow Ic. perlb. 

Tallow, growth and produce of 

B N.A. Provinces Free 

Tapes, slotted for the manufac 
ture of hoop skirts Free 

Tar Free 

Tea, Green and Japan. ..Ic. per Ib. 15 

Tea, Black 3%c. per Ib. 15 

Teasels Free 

Tincture $1 20c per gall. 

Tin, granulated or bar Free 

Tin, blocks or pigs Free 

Tire or Hoop for locomot. wheels, 

bent and Welded Free 

Tobacco, manufactured, 

20c per Ib. and 12% 

Tobvco, unmanufactured Free 

Tow, undressed Free 

Travellers Baggage Free 

Treenails Free 

Trees, Plants and Shrubs 10 

Trees, Plants and Shrubs, growth 

and produce of B.N A. Pi or. ...Free 
Tubes and Piping of Copper, Brass 

or Iron, when drawn Free 

Turpentine, other than Spirits of 

Turpentine Free 

Twists, Silk for Hats, Boots and 

Shoes Free 

T> pe Metal, in blocks or pigs Free 

Type 5 

Ultramarine Free 

Umber. Raw Free 

Varnish, bright and black, when 

used for ships lind vest-els only Free 
Vegetables, including Potatoes & 

other Roots 10 

Vegetable?, including Potatoes & 
other Roots, growth and pro 
duce of B N.A. Provinces Free 

Vegetable Finres Free 

Vegetables, chiefly ired in dyeing Free 

Velvets, Manufactures of 15 

Venet-riiii;, of Wood or Ivory Free 

Vinegar lOc per gall. 

Vitii.,1, Blue Free 

Walnut. PUnk Free 

Watches lo 

Wearing Apparel, made by hand 

or sewing machine 15 

Wearing App:irel of British sub 
jects domiciled in Canada, dy 
ing abroud Free 

Whale Oil in the cs*>s from on 
shipboard and in tho condition 
in which it was first landed ...Free 

Wheat 4c per bushel 

Wheat, the irrowth and produce 
of B.N. A. Provinces ..Froe 



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T, c. ad ^>al. 
Whits, Fins washed and satin ... Free 

White Lead, dry Free 

Whiskey (on every gallon of the 
strength of proof of Sykes hy 
drometer, and so in proportion 
for any greater strength, and for 
every less quantity than a gall). 

80c. per gall. 

Whiting or Whitening Free 

Wedges for ships Free 

Willow for basket makers use ...Free 
Wines of all kinds, including 
Ginger, Orange, Lemon, Goose 
berry, Strawberry, Raspberry, 
Elder, and Currant Wine (5 
quarts and 10 pint bottles to 

contain a gall.) lOc. per gall. 25 
Wire, of Brass or Copper, round 

or flat Free 

Wire Cloth, of Brass or Copper ...Free 



3fi c. ad vol. 
Wire, flat or round, uncovered, 

for crinoline Free 

Wire Rigginir, for ships Free 

Wood, Cherry & Chestnut, plank Free 

Wood. Cork Free 

Wood. Mahogany, plank Free 

Woods of all kinds, wholly un 
manufactured Free 

Woods, used chiefly in dyeing ...Free 

Wool Free 

Woollens. Manufactures of 15 

Woollen Netting for India Rubber 

Shoes Free 

Wrought Iron or Steel Chairs, for 

railroads Free 

Yellow Metal, in bars or bolts ....Free 

Yellow Metal for Sheathing Free 

Zinc or Spelter, in sheet Free 

/.iuo or Spelter, in blocks or pys Free 
Zinc, white, dry Free 



PROHIBITIONS. 

The following articles are pr hi- 
bited to be imported under a permlty 
of two hundred dollars, together with 
the forfeiture of the parcel or prickle 
of goods in which the same r.i 
found, viz : 

Books, Printed Papers, Drawings, 
Paintings, Prints ami Photograph*, 
of a treasonable or seditious or of aa 
immoral or indecent character. 

Coin, base or counterfeit. 

EXPORT DUTIES. 

Shingle Bolts... p. cord 128 cub. ft. f 1 

Stave Bolts 

Oak Logs per M. f. 

Spruce Logs " cl 

Pine Logs " $1 



BANKS IN CANADA, WITH THEIR BRANCHES, &c. 



PLACES. NAMES 0? BANKS. 



OFFICERS. 



Brampt.on 
BranlJ ord 

" 
BrockvrilU 



Wm. Kiugeley, Aiieut 
G. D. Fergusson, Agent. 
. S. W. Babbitt, Cashier 
William Cooke, Manager 



Aimtnte Merchants .... F. A. W. Lister, Agent 

Barrie Toronto D. Campbell, Manager 

" Ca. Commerce J. H. Plummer, Manager 

" La Banq. Nat. Bank of Toronto, Agent 

BellecMe Merchants ... A. Thomson. Manager 

" Montreal R. Richardson, Manager 

Berlin Merchant? ... R. N. Rogers, Agent 

Bowiiuinville ...ONTARIO D. Fisher. Cashier 

...Royal Canad. A. H. Macdougall, Agent 
....Me; chants .... Chas. Crookall, Agent 
....B. N. America Alex. Robertson, Manager 

. ..Montreal S. Read. Manager 

....Montreal J. N. Traverse, Manager 

Carlf.ttin,Gaspe. La Banq. Nat. John Measlier, Agent 

Chatham Merchants ... W. S. Ireland. Manager 

" Royal Canad. R. C. Fitzgerald, Manager 

Clinton Royal Ganad. M. Lough, Agent 

Cobaurg Montreal Jno. Porteous, Manager 

" Toronto J. H. Roper, Manager 

La Banq. Nat, Bank ot Toronto, Agent 

Otrmviatt, Montreal Neil McLean, Agent 

Blora Montreal W. P Newman, Agent. 

" Merchants 

fkrgus Montreal .. 

Predcrict., JVJS.PEOPLEs .. 

Gait Merchants 

" Royal Canad. John Cavers, Int. Manager 

Gaspc Basin ...La Banq. Nat. John LeBoutillier, Agent 

Goderich Montreal L. H. Fialay. Agent 

" Ca. Commerce A. M. Ross, Manager 

Gudph Montreal C. Brough. Manager 

" Ontario E. Morris, Manager 

" Ca. Commerce G. W. Sandilauds, Manager 

Halifax, N. S. HalifaxBk.Co. S. H. Black. Casnier. 
; " NOVA SCOTIA . W. C. Menzies, Cashier 
" " B. N. America James Goldie, Manager. 
" " UNION, H.VLIF. W. S. Stirling, Cashier 
" MERCHANTS ... George M tclean, Cashier 

PEOPLES Peter .lack, Cashier 

" " Montreal E. C. Jones, Agent 

" " CommercialW Bk. Nova Scotia, Agent 
N. Brunswick Bk. Nova Scotia, Agent 
.B. N. America W. N. Anderson, Manager 

Montreal W. J. Buchanan, Manager 

Merchants ... J. Bam-iott, Manager 

" Ro.val Canad. Henry McKiustry, Manager 

" Ca Commerce C. R. Murray, Manager 

InyersaU Merchants ... C. H. Sorley, Agent 

" Niagara Dist tC. E. Chadwick, Agent 

K.nlrilJf, N S. N->va Scotia... L. D. 0. Chipman, Agent 
Kincardine ....Merchants ... W. S. Small, Agent 

Kinysion Merchants ... J. G. Macdonald. Manager 

" B. N. America JefFery Penfold. Manager 

" Montreal R. M. Moore, Manager 

Lindsay Ontario J. H. Woodman, Manager 

Merchants .... Wm. Hamilton, Ageut 

Montreal H. Dunntwrd. Agent 

London B. N. America T. Corsan. Manager 

" Merchants ... W. F. Harper. Manager 

" Montreal W. R. Dean, Manager 



Sam lton 



PLACES. 



NAMES OF BANKS. 



OFF/CERS. 



London Ca. Commerce W. Simpson, J!:IHH;KT 

" Molson s Joseph JetTery, Manager 

Mitchell Merchants .... Ag*-nt 

Alvnti eal MONTREAL R.B Angus, Gen. Manager 

do. Branch A. Mscuider, Asst. Manager 

CITY BANE F. Macculloch, Cashier 

L>D PEUPLE A. A. Trottier, Cashier 

MOLSON S ...... F. W. Thomas, Cashier 

JACQ. CARTIER H. Cotte, Cashier 

MECHANICS ... A.Molsou, Managing Direc. 

MERCHANTS .. Jacksi n Rae, Cashier. 

B. N. America C. McNab, General Manager 

do. Branch A. C. Hooper, Manager. 

Quebec J. B. Renu} . Manager 

Ontario H. ritarnes, Manager 

Toronto D. Coulson, Manager 

Ca. Commerce J G. Harper, Manager 

Royal Canad. W. Sache, Manager 

Union P. MacKwen, Manager. 

La Banq. Nat. Bank of Toronto. Agent 

People s, H.... Ontario Bank, Ageat 

N. Brunswick Molson s Bank, Agent 

Napanee Merchants ... A. Smith, Agent 

N.Glasgow,NS. &o\3. Scotia.. J. W. Carmichael, Agent 
Ne.wmarket ....Roy.-il Canad. Jos. Ouwthra, Agent 
Orungeville ....Merchants ... W. II. Scott, Agent 
" Ca. Commerce T. V. Greet, Manager 

Oshawa Ontario C. Holland, Manager 

Ottawa. B. N. America A. C. Kelty, Manager 

" Montreal A. Drummond, Manager 

" Ontario D. S. Eastwood, Manager 

" Merchants Thomas Kirby, Msi. 

" Quebec H. V. Noel, Manager 

" La Banq. Nat. Ontario Bank, Agent 

Owen Sound ...Merchants ... J. Pottenger, Agent 

Perth Merchants ... James Gray, Agent 

" Montreal L. A. Stewart, Agent 

Pembi-oke Quebec J. Walker, Agent 

Merchants .... Hector Fraser. Agent 

Peterborough,... Toronto J. M. Smith, Manager 

" ...Montreal H. E. Knowles. Agent 

" ...Ca. Commerce J. A. Hall, Mau;i;;-r 

" ...Ontario G E. Shaw, Manager 

...La Bauq. Nat. Bank of Toronto, Agent 

Picton Montreal W. P. Despard. Agent 

Pictou, .ZV. S. ... Nova Scotia... James Piimrose, Agent 
" ... Merchants H. Wm. Ives, Agent 

Port Hope Montreal A T. Kerr, Agent 

Ontario J. Smart, Mtnager 

......Toronto A. M. Cosby, Msnagsr 

La Banq. Nat, Btnk of Toronto, Agent 

Port Perry Royal Canad. Alex. Campbell, Agent 

Prt&cott Merchants ... J. F. Harper, Int. A^ent 

Quebec QUEBEC J. Stewns.m, Cashier 

UNION W. Dunn, Cashier 

B. N. America C. F. Smith, Manager 

Montreal T. R. Christian, Manager 

.LA BANQ. NAT. F Vezina, Ca-shier 

City Bank ... D. McGee, Agent 

Sarnia Montreal Alex. Vidal, Ageat 

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[1871. 



PLACES. 



NAMES OF BANKS. 



OFFICERS. 



Sarnia Ca. Commerce F. W. Holmested, Manager 

Sjierbrooke E. TOWNSHIPS. Wm. Farwell, jr.. Cashier 

City Bank ... Wm. Addie, Agent 

Seqfnrlh Royal Canad. M. P. Hayes, Agent 

Simcoe Ca. Commerce II. Grnff, Manager 

" Montreal F. F. Blackader, Agent 

Sfantfi .ad E. Townships. A. P. Ball, Manager 

St. Catharines .NIAGARA DIST. C. M. Arnold, Cashier 

Quebec D. R. Wiikie, Agent 

Ca. Commerce H. C. Barwick, Manager 
St. John, N.B. N. BRUNSWICK W. Girvan. Cashier 

" " B. \. America R. R. Grindley, Manager. 

" " Montreal Wm Richardson, Agent 

" " La Banq. Nat. Bk. New Brunswick, Agent 
" " CommercialW Bk New Brunswick, Agent 

St. Mary s Montreal James Hogg, Agent 

St.Stephe,n.NB.i*T. STEPHEN S Robert Watson, Cashier 
" " B. N. America Thos. McLellan, Agent 

St. T/mmas Merchants ... A. M. Crombie, Agent 

Stratford Merchants ... C. II. Ransom, Agent 

" Montreal R. Hillvard, Agent 

" Royal Canad. James Young, Agent 

R.rntliroy Ca Commerce Jos. S. Small, Manager 

Si/dm;/, C. S... Nova Scotia... Hon. T. D. Archibald, Agent 

Tiaree Miners... Quebec J. McDougall, Agent 

" " ...La Banq. Nat. Thos. McDougall, Agent 

Toronto UPPER CANADA In liquidation 

TORONTO George Hague, Cashier 

ROYAL CANAD. T. McCraken, Cashier 

; CA. COMMERCE H. S. Strath y, Cashier 

B. N. America Samuel Taylor, Manager 

Merchants ... Arch. Cameron, Manager 

Montreal G W. Yarker, Manager 

City Bank John Moat, Manager 

Quebec H. H. Bethune, Manager 

Ontario Alex. Fisher, Manager 

La Banq Nat. Bank of Toronto, Agent 

Wtl rrton Mei-chants ... A. Sproat, Agent 

Wa.tf.rlon, Q. ...E. Townships. Wm. G. Parmelee, Manager 

" Ont.. Ontario D. Crawford, Manager 

Windsor, Ont .Merchants ... C. D. Grasett, Agent 
Windsor, N. S. COMMERCIAL ... Walter Lawson, Cashier 

Wliitby Ontario K. F. Lockhart, Manager 

" Royal Canad. A. Richardson, Agent 

Woorhtock Ca. Commerce W. A. Sampson, Manager 

Royal Canad. J. M. Burns. Manager 

Wolfrille. N.fs . People s J. W. Barss, Agent 

Yarmouth. Pf.S. YARMOUTH .... J. W. II. Rowley, Cashier 
" " Nova Scotia... J. Murray, ,jun.. Agent 
" " Exchange . ... A. J. Murray, Cashier. 

FOREIGN AGENTS. 

BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA London, Head Office; 
l\ i.w York, John Paton, A. McKinlay, & J. S. Lockie, 
Agents; San francisco, W. Walker & Alex. S. Finnie, 
Agents; riftoria. V. I, H. A. Tuzo, Manager; Barler- 
r lle, B.C.. G. Grant, Agent; England, Union Bank of 
Manchester & West of England & South Wales pistrict 
Bank ; Scotland, National Bank and Commercial Bk.; 
Jn-land, Provincial Bank and National Bank: I aris, 
M.trmtrd. Andre & Co. ; West Indies. Colonial Bank; 
A u.-iralia and New Zealand, Union Bank of Australia ; 
Huston, C. S., Merchants National Bank. 

BANK o? MONTREAL London, Bank of Montreal , F.Gundry, 

t.iry; Liverpool, Bank of Liverpool; Scotland, 

British Linen Company ; New York, Bank of Montreal, 

K. Bell & C. F. Smithers, Agents; Boston, Merchant s 

Bank; Chicago, George C. Smith & Bros. 



LA BANQTTE DU PEUPLE London, Glyn. Mills. Currie & Co.; 
New Turk, National Bank of the Republic. 

CITY BANK London. Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co., and Barclay, 
Bevan, Tritten & Co. ; Ireland, National Bank ; New 
York, Bk. of Republic; Boston, Kidder, Peabody & Co. 

BANK OF TORONTO London, City Bank; New Turk, Nat. Bk. 
Commerce, and R. Bell and C. F. Smithers; Oswego, 
Lake Out. Nat. Bk. 

QUEBEC BANK Lvrulan, Union Bank of London ; Liverpool, 
Bank of Liverpool; New York, Maitland, Phelps, &Co. 

ONTARIO BAVK London. Bank of Montreal ; New York, 
Hell & Smithers ; Boston, Tremont Bank. 

EOYAL CANADIAN BANK. London, Union Bank ; New York, 
National Park Bank, and R. Bell and C. F. Smithers; 
Oswego, LakeOntario Nat. Bank and City Bank; Buf 
falo, Farmers & Mechan. Nat. Bank; St. John s, New 
foundland, Bank of Montreal. 

MOLSON S BANK London. Glyn. Mills, Currie & Co. ; New 
York, Mechanics National Bank. 

NIAGARA DISTRICT BANK London, Bosanquet, Salt & Co. ; 
New Turk, Bank of Manhattan Co. 

CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE London, Bank of Scotland; 
New Yrk, C. Ashworth & Nat. Bank of Republic; 

Boston, Merchants N. Bank; Cleveland. Merchants N. 

Bank Cleveland; St. John s, Newf dland, Union Bank. 

LA BANQUE JACQUES CARTIER London. Glyn, Mills & Co. ; 
Paris, de Rothschild freres; New Turk, National Bank 
of Republic. 

UNION BANK OF L. C. London,, London & County Bank 
New York, National Park Bank. 

MERCHANTS BANK London, London Joint Stock Bank ; 
New York, National Bank of the Republic. 

LA BANQUE NATIONALS London, National Bank of Scot 
land; Para, F. S. Ballin & Co.; New York, National 
Bank of the Republic. 

MERCHANTS BANK, HALIFAX Boston, National Hide <fe 
Leather Bank: New York, K niton National Bank; 
Summer rid f., P. E. I., Summerside Bank; Cliarlotte- 
town, P. E. I.. Union Bank of P. E. I.; St John s, 
Newfoundland, Union Bank of Newfoundland. 

PEOPLE S BANK OF HALIFAX Lon dim. Union Bank; Boston, 
Williams & Hall; New York, Bank of New York. 

UNION BANK OF HALIFAX London, London & Westminster 
Bank; Scotland, Clydesdale Bk g Co.; Newfoundland, 
Commercial Bank of Newfoundland ; New York, Na 
tional Bank of Republic; Boston, Merchants National 
Bank. 

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA London, Williams, Deacon & Co.; 
New York, Bank of New York; Boston, Merchant s 
National Bank; Scotland, British Linen Co. Bank; 
Newfoundland, Union Bank ; Prince Edward Island, 
Bank of Prince Edward Island. 

BANK. OF NEW BRUNSWICK London. Williams. Beacon & 
Co.; Ne v York, Continental National B.ink ; Boston, 
EHot National Bank ; Prince Edivard s Island, Bank 
of Prince Edward s Island. 

ST. STEPHEN S BANK Ba^on, Globe National Bank; New 
York, New York Bank and National Banking Asso 
ciation; London, Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co. 

EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK Boston, National Exch. Bank; 
New York, National Park Bank. 

COMMERCIAL BANK OF WINDSOR. Lnndim, Union Bank 
of London; New York, Bank of New York. 



TABLE OF STAMP DUTIES. 



On every promissory note, draft, or bill of exchange, not 
mn .^5, 1 cent; over $25 to $oO, 2 cents; over $50 to 
. 3 cents. 

On every promissory note, draft, or bill of exchange, 
i-\- Tiiteri Mimly, for the first $100, Scents; for every ad- 
diti i->r fraction of a $100, 3 cents. 

On every draft or bill of exchange executed in duplicate, 
for the first 100, 2 cents; for every additional .$100, or 
fraction thereof. 2 cents. 

On every draft or bill of exchange executed in more 
t hun two ich part for the first $100, 1 cent; for 

every additional $100, or ffaetion thereof, 1 cent. 



The duties to be paid by stamps affixed to each promis 
sory note, drift, or bill of exchange : but the person affix 
ing such stamp shall, at the time of afiixing the same, 
write or stamp thereon the date at which it is afiixed, and 
each stamp shall be held prinvl facie to have been affixed 
at the date stamped or written thereon, anrl, it no date be 
so stamped or written thereon, such adhesive stamp shall 
be of no avail. 

Penalty for neglecting to affix stamps, or for wilfully 
writing or stamping a false date the? 

The Governor in Council may direct stamped paper to 
be prepared for the purpose of this Act. 



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ASSOCIATIONS PENITENTIARY MEDICAL, ETC. 



57 



YOUNG MEN S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIONS. 



ONTARIO ANO QUEBEC CONVENTION. Officers 187.0-71. 
President: William Johnson, Belleville. Vice-Presidents : 
Prof. Duff, Sherbrooke, Q ; George E. Young, Hamilton ; 
W. J. McCalla, St. Catharines ; A. J. Northrop, Belleville ; 
A. Lamb, Ottawa; It. C. Both well, Toronto. Secretaries: 
3. H. Roper, Cobonrg; lirskine Bronson, Ottawa. The 
next Convention will be held in St. Catharines, Sept. 1871. 

PLACE. PRESIDENT. SECRETARY. 

Ayr Win. Currie William Walker 

Barrie E. Edwards 

Belleville Wm. Johnson. 

Brantfonl .G W. Vannorman ...David Ormiston 

Brockville Joseph Deacon Kobert Tennant 

Cobourg 

Drummondville George Garner 

Gait A.l olson Adam Kay 



PLACE. PRESIDES!. SECRETARY. 

Goderich II. W. Miller 

Guelph 

Hamilton A.J.Mackenzie W. M. James 

Montreal T. J. Claxton Alfred Sandham 

Newmarket J.C. Robertson II. Johnson 

Ottawa J. McMillan, B.A W. A. Lamb 

Paris 

Perth . Alex. Morris John Bain 

Peterborough ...Wm, Cameron W. J. Mason 

Port Hope Wm. C. Lelean James D. Thornton 

Sherbrooke J. McNichol E. Harg rave 

St. Catharines... D. W. Beadle W. D. Balfour 

St. Mary s H. Ctouinlock 

St. Thomas D. McKenzie W. Roberts 

Toronto John Macdonald Thomas J. Wilkie 



SABBATH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS. 



SABBATH SCHOOL ASSOCIATION OF CANADA. Officers for 
1870-71. Prtsi lvnt: James Young, M. P., Gait. Vice-Pre 
sidents: Hon. Billa Flint, Belleville; J G. Hodgins, LL.D., 
Toronto; D. W. Beadle, St. Catharines ; Rev. F. H. Marling, 
Toronto ; R. J. Walker, Toronto; Rev. J. K. Smith, Gait; 
Rev. Geo. Bell, M.A.. Clifton ; J. M. Denton, London; Rev. 
H. Ohristopherson, Gait. Treasurer: Hon. J. McMuirich, 
M.P.P., Toronto. General Secretary: Rev. Wm. Millard, 
Toronto. Minute Secretaries : Rev. Thos. Griffiths, Brant- 
ford; Rev. J. Learoyd, Ingersoll ; W. Adatnson, Toronto; 
Rev. E. Morrow, Princeton. Executive CmnmiU.ee : 8. S. 
Martin. Thos. Nixon. D. McLean, C. A Morse, J. J. Wood- 
house. R. WillM, J. GiUespie, G orge Harcourt, Toronto ; 
R. McLean, Gait; W. Saunders, London; A. J. McKenzie, 



Whipple, Hamilton ; S. B. Scott, Montreal ; W. J. Mc 
Calla, St. Catharines; W. Johnson, Belleville; Rev. Joel 
Briggs, Georgetown ; who with the afore-named officei s 
constitute a Board of Management of the affairs of the 
Association. The next Provincial Convention to be held 
in the City of London, Ontario, October, 1871. 

ONTARIO SABBATH SCHOOL MISSIONARY UNION. Officers 
for 1870. President : Rev. F. H. Marling. rice-Presi 
dents: Hon J. McMurrich, M.P.P.; J. G. Hodgins, LL.D. 
Treasurer : C. A. Morse. Secretary : Rev. Wm. Millard. 
Committee : J. K. Macdonald. J. J. Woodhouse, II. J. 
Clark, George Goulding, R. Wilkes, D. McLean, George 
Hague, J. A, Boyd, Rev. John Campbell, Rev. W. Rowe, 
Rev. W. Stewart. 



KINGSTON PENITENTIARY. 



Warden, 



; Deputy Warden, John Flanigan ; 



Protestant Chaplain, Rev. H. Mulkins; Roman Catholic 
Chaplain, Right Rev. Bishop Horan; Surgeon, J. R. Dick- 
son, M. D. ; Accountant, D, Mclntosh ; Architect, H. H. 



Horsey; Chief Keeper, T. McCarthy; Store-keeper. 



; Warden s Clerk, H. A. Jones; Steward, Patrick 
O Donnell ; Schoolmaster, Pat. M. Benson ; Hospital Over 
seer, J. Halliday ; Acting Matron, Mrs. Leahy. 



MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS AND SCHOOLS. 

shall have both prescribed and supplied. No one can collect 
fees in court for advice in either medicine, surgery, or 
midwifery, unless he be registered according to law, and 
his name be in the " list" of the current year. Nor can 
any unregistered person be appointed as medical officer, 
physician or surgeon in any branch of the public service, 
militia or otherwise, or to any hospital or other charitable 
institution not supported wholly by voluntary contribu 
tions; neither can any unregistered person give evidence 
(of a professional nature) before any coroner s or other 
court; nor is a certificate of luuacy valid from an unregis 
tered person, nor any other certificate which the law 
requires from a physician or surgeon. This Register is 
sold to the public, and may be obtained by applying to the 
Reii-trar of the College. 

The Council of the College is composed of thirty repre 
sentatives of various medical interests. Two-thirds of this 
number are members of the general profession, or what is 
commonly called the "regular profession." Twelve being 
the representatives of twelve Medical Electoral Divisions 
into which Ontario is divided, and eight representing the 
Universities, Colleges and Schools of Medicine now ex st 
ing in Ontario. The remaining third are members of two 
sects of medical practitioners, five representing the section, 
known as " Homceopathists," and five representing the 
section known as Eclectics." Councillors are elected for 
a period of three years. No one who votes for a repre 
sentative of a territorial division has a right to vote for 
either a Homoeopathic or Eclectic representative, and vice 
versa. The Council is composed as follows : 



MEDICAL COUNCIL. The act under which the Upper Can 
ada Medical Board was constituted was tepealed, in 1865, 
by an Act of the late Province of Canada, which has since 
been repealed by an Act of the Legislature of the Province 
of Ontario taking effect from the 23rd day of January, 
1889. This new Act, called " The Ontario "Medical Act," 
incorporates the whole profession of Ontario under the 
name of "The College of Physicians and Burgeons of On 
tario," and grants certain powers to the College which are 
exercised by an executive body called "The Council of the 
College. &c.. &c. The profession, through its Council, has 
the power of establishing a curriculum of studies, which 
shall be observed by all medical teaching bodies in Onta 
rio, and by all students of medicine. 

The act also deprives all universities, colleges or schools 
of medicine of the privilege hitherto enjoyed, of granting 
a diploma entitling its holder to legal recognition in this 
Province, and places the sole licensing power in the hands 
of a Board of Examiners to be annually appointed by the 
Council. The degree or diploma of an university or college 
of any part of the world henceforth only possesses an 
honorary value in Ontario, unless granted before the 23rd 
day of July, 1889. Only British or Colonial diplomas 
confer any rights if granted before that date. 

Every person, in order to become legally qualified to 
practice, is required to have his name registered in the 
Register bept by the Registrar of the College. At the 
beginning of each year the Registrar publishes in a book 
a list of all persons registered, with their names in. full, 
residence, address and the degrees or diplomas possessed 
by each. Tbi.s book is cilled the Ontario Medical Register, 
and is accepted in all Courts of Law and before all Justices 
of the Peace and others as prima facie evidence, that any 
person whose name is found therein, is registered accord 
ing to law. The absence of the name of any person from 
such Register is etl-oprima ficie evidence that such per 
son is not registered according to law; and no person, 
whose name does ni/t appear in that Register, is entitled 
to charge for any advice, or for any medicine which he 



Territorial Representatives. 

Western d- St. Clare E. G. Edwards. M.D...Strathroy. 

Malahide & Tecumsetti...3. Hyde, L.F.P.S.Ed..Stratford. 

Sauges.n & Brock W. Clarke, L.R C.S.I. Guelph. 

Gore d: Thames.. .G. W. Covernton.M.R C.S.E.Simcoe. 

Erie<6 Niagara Thos. Pyne, L.C.P.S.,L.C.IIagersville. 

linrfingt/m < Home, . J. Hamilton, L.R.C.S.Kd.Dundas. 
Midland < York J. N. Agnew, M.D Toronto. 



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g I (C- Queen s W. McGill, M.D Oshawa. 

Newcastle <t Trent Jno. F. Dewar, M.D...Port Hope. 

Quinte <Cataraqui H. W. Day, M.D Trenton. 

Bathurst d- Rideau Wm. Mostyn, M.D. ...Almonte. 

St. Lawrence & Eastern W. H. Brouse, M.D....Prescott. 
Educational Representatives. 

University Frronto W. Oldwright, M.D. ...Toronto. 

Univ.VicioriaChUf.ge C.V. Berryman, M.D. Yorkville. 

Univ. Trinity College ...C. B. Ilall M D Toronto. 

Univ. Queen s Cillsge ...Alex. Bethune,M D...Glanfurd. 
University of Ottawa ... Jas. A. Grant, M.D. ..Ottawa. 
Tor-mto School of Med...W. T. Aikins, M.D. ...Toronto. 

E.iMl. Phys.Surg. K n M. Lavell, M.D Kingston. 

Rfjjiopolis GMege Unrepresented at present. 

HOMCEOPATIIIO REPRESENTATIVES. D. Campbell, M.D., 
Toronto; G. 0. Field, M.D., Woodstock; II. C, Allen, M.D. 
Brantford; AVui. Springer, M.D., Ingersoll; J. Adams, M. 
D., Toronto. 

ECLECTIC REPRESENTATIVES, N. Hopkins, M.D., Dunn- 
ville: S. S. Cornell, M D., Toledo; Geo. A. Carson, M.D., 
AVI) it by; J. J. Hall, M.D., St. Mary s; R. H. Clark, M.D 

Cobourg. 

OFFICERS. President W. II. Bronse, A.M.. M D., Pres- 
cott. Vice-Preside, >t C. AV. Covernton, M.R.C.S. En?., 
Sim.r>. Treasurer W. T. Aikins, M.D.. Toronto. Regis 
trar and Secretary H. Strange, M.D., Hamilton. 

Dr. Strange will also give information upon the neces 
sary steps to be taken to secure the registration of diplo 
mas, and send forms for affidavits, on application. 

PROVINCIAL LUNATIC ASYLUM, TORONTO. 2% ms. west from 
the City Hall, on Queen St. Property vested in the Crown. 
Government appoint Medical Superintendent, and Bursar 
and Inspector, who frame by-laws for its government, tho 
roughly examine the Asylum, and report to the Lieut. 
Governor. The admission of patients is regulated by the 
Act 16 Victoria, chap. 188, which requires that the patient 
be examined by three licensed medical practitioners, veri 
fied by Reeve or Mayor, who certify to the insanity. Ap 
plication for admission must be made before sending 
lunatics. Idiots, and persons afflicted with paralysis are 
inadmissable. Officers : JUedical Superintendent, Joseph 
Workman, M.D. ; Assist. Physician; B. AVorkman, M.D. ; 
Ctinical Assistant, J. Workman, jr.; Bursar, J. McKirdy; 
Steward, James Henry ; Matron, M. A. Parkes. 

MVLDEN LUNATIC ASYLUM, AMIIF.RSTLIURG, ONTARIO, re 
ceives patients from the counties of Norfolk, Oxford, 
Elgin. Middlesex, Kent, Essex, and Lambton, un ler same 
regulations as required at the Provincial Lunatic Asylum, 
Toronto. Government appoints Medical Superintendent, 
who. under the supervision of the inspectors, manages 
the affairs of the Asylum. Officers : Henry Lander M.D. 
JUedical Superintendent ; John Meek.CVerA- and Bookkeeper; 
Johu Milligan, Steward; Mrs. Milligan, Matron. Number 
of patients, 240. 

QUEBEC LUNATIC ASYLUM. Commissioners: 



-, President; I). Painchaud, M.D., E. B. Lindsay, 
Robert Hamilton, A. B. Sirois, D. McGie, Jos. Bowles; 
A. Lemoine, Secretary. Proprietors and Managers J. E. 
landry. M.D.; F K. Roy, M.D. Officers Clement Vinu- 
let^e, Warden; Adeline Vinulette, Matron; M. J. Turcot, 
M.D. : E. Corcran, Assistant Matron ; Dr. Alfred Jackson 
Visit ng Physician. 

CANADIAN INSTITUTE. MEDICAL SECTION. Organized 
April. 18(53 The leading English and American medi 
cal and scientific journals taken for the use of members. 
The session commences on the second week in October, 
and meetings are hold every alternate week for six months. 
Officers for 1870-71 E. M. Hodder. M.D., Chairman; J. 
N. Agnew, M.D.. Secretary ; AV. Canniff, M D., W. Old- 
right, M D., AV. W. Ogden, M.D., Committee. 

GENERAL HOSPITAL, TORONTO. Trustees: Appointed by 
Government Hon. Judge Adam Wilson (Chairman), E. 
H. Rutherford, and J. D. Merrick ; by Corporation, F. 
Riddell ; by Board of Trade, J. Macdonald. Consulting 
Physicians and Surgeons: W. R. Beaumont, F.R.C.S. 
Eng.; 10. M. Hodder, M.D.,F.R.OS. Eng. ; James Bovell, 
M.D., LR.C.P. Eng. Attending Physicians nnd Surgeons: 
AV. T. Aikins, M.D.: James Hr Klchardwn, M.D., ME 08. 
Kn^. ; C. V. Burryman, M.D.; Jatnes Rowell. M.D.: James 
Thort.urn. M.D.; W. B. Geikie.. M.D., F R.C.S Eng.; AV. 
Caunilf, M.D.; J. J. Cassidy, M D. Resident Medical Offi 
cer: W. B. Hampton, M D. Secretary and Treasurer: J. 
W. Brent. Lady Superintendent: Miss M. Hay. Hours of 



attendance: 1 o clock, p.m., daily. Visitors are permitted 
to see their friends every day from 3 to 5 p.m., except 
Saturdays and Sundays. 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, KINOSTON, 
affiliated to Univ. of Queen s College, I860 J. R. Di.-kson, 
M D., M R C.P. Lon., M.R.C.S. Bog., and F.R.C.S. Ed . Presi 
dent. The President, Prof, of Clinical Surgery ; Fife Fowler, 
M.D., L.R.C.S. Edin.. Professor of Materia and Registrar; 
Horatio Yates, M.D., Professor of the Theory and Practice 
of Medicine; Michael Lavell, M D., Professor of Obstetrics 
and Diseases of Women and Children; Octavius Yates, 
M.D., Professor of Institutes of Medicine; Mich. Sullivan, 
M.D., Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy : James 
Neis^i, M.D., Professor of Anatomy ; Thos. R. Dupuis, M.D., 
Professor of Botany; Nathan F. Dupuis, MA., Professor of 
Chemistry and Practical Chemistry ; R Kennedy, M.D., 
LR.CS. Eilin., and Alfred S. Oliver. M.D., Professors of 
Medical Jurisprudence; Francis M. Wafer, M.D., Demon 
strator in Anatomy. The Session begins on the first 
Wednesday in October. 

THE TORONTO SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, in affiliation with 
the University of Toronto. Incorporated by Act of Parlia 
ment, 1851. Lectures delivered in Medical School Build 
ing, University Park, from 1st October to 31st March. 
AVm. T. Aikins, M.D., President; H. H. AV right, M.D., Sec 
retary. Faculty : J. Workman, M.D., Emeritus Lecturer 
on Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children; AVm. 
T. Aikins, M.D., Lecturer on Principles and Practice of 
Surgery; H. H. AVright, M.D., LC.P. & S.U.C.. Lecturer 
on Principles and Practice of Medicine; J. II. Richardson, 
M.D., M.K.C.S. Eng., Lecturer on Descriptive and Surgical 
Anatomy; Uzziel Ogdeu, M.D.. Lecturer on Midwifery and 
Diseases of Women at)d Children ; James Thorburn. M.D., 
Lecturer on Materia Medica and Therapeutics; J. Bovell, 
M.D., L.R.C.P. Eug., Lecturer on Institutes of Medicine, 
including Pathology and Demonstrations on Path >logical 
Anatomy; Jas. Rowell, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy; 
AV. R. Beaumont, M.D., F.R.C.S. Eng., Lecturer on the 
Diseases of the Kye, on Lithotomy, Lithotrity, A esical 
Diseases. Strictures, and Clinical Surgery; M. Barrett, 
M.A.. M.D.. Lecturer on Physiology and S-tnitary Science; 
AV. AV. Ogden, M.B . Lecturer on Medical . Jurisprudence 
and Toxicology; M. II Aikins, M.A., M B., M R.C.S. Kng., 
Lecturer on Primary Anatomy; AV. B. Geikie. M.O., F.R.C.S. 
Kn., Lecturer on Cliuical Medicine; W. Oldright, M.A., 
MB. Curator of M useum : J. E. Kennedy, M A , M B., L. M. 
McFarlane, M.D., Assist. Demonstrators; Henry H. Croft, 
D.C. L., F.L.S., Professor of Chemistry and Experimental 
Philosophy at University College: Rev. AV Hincks, F.L.S., 
Professor of Botany. &c.. at University College. 

This School qualifies for the degree of the University of 
Toronto, and Trinity College, Toronto. 

ROYAL COLLEGE OP DENTAL SURGEONS OP ONTARIO. Incor 
porated 1868. Board of Directors and Examiners. Presi 
dent: H. T. AVood, L.D.S., Cobourg. Secretary: J. O Don- 
nell, L.D S., Peterboro . Treasurer: A. C. Stone, M.D., 
L.D.S.. London. Registrar: J. B. AVilmott, L.D S., Milton. 
B AV. Day, M.D , L.D.S., Kingston; G. V. N. Kelyoa, L.D.S., 
Belleville ; F. G. Callender, L.D.S., Toronto ; J. Lngjto, 
L.D.S., Ottawa; L. Wells. L.D.j., Simcoe; T. Rowe, L.D^S., 
Cohourg : H. H. Nelles, D.D.S., L.D.S., London ; J. Bowts, 
L.D.S , Hamilton. 

The Board meet in January and July in each year, to 
exaroinecandidiitesandgrnutcertiiicates After 4th March, 
1869, Practitioners of Dentistry in Ontario must be Licou- 
tiates of the Board. 

CANADA COLLEGE OP DENTISTRY. Instituted 1868. Ses 
sion from 15th October to 15th January. George L. Elliot, 
L.D.S.. Professor of Dental Sorcery and Operative Dentis 
try : T. J. Jones. L U.S.. J. 15. How, L.D.S.. Professors of 
Mechanical Dentistry; J. 8. Scott. M.D., L.D.S.. Professor 
Institutes of Dentistry; C. V. Berryman. M I) , A.M., Pro 
fessor of Pathology and Therapeutics; .las. Unwell, M.D., 
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology ; George L. Elliot, 
Dean of the Faculty, Toronto. 

CANADIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. Officers for 1870-71. 
Presidrnt: Hon. Dr. Parker, Halifax. G unentl Secretary : 
A. H. David, Montreal. Treasurer: Dr R-.UIliard, Mont 
real. Ontario, Vice-President, J. R. Dickson. Kingston; 
Secretary, W. 0. Newry. Ottawa. Quebec. Vice-President, 
J. Chamberlin, Freehaburg: Secretary, J B. Blanche*, 
Quebec. New Brunswick, Vicr-f -vti / -iit. AV. R*>ard, St. 
John s, \. B.; Secretary, J. T. Steeves. St. J"]nrs. N. B. 
JVva Scotia. nee-President. R. S Black, Halifax, N. S. ; 
Secretary, A. P. Reid, Halifax. N. S. 



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EDUCATIONAL. 



EDUCATIONAL. 



USTVERSITY OF TORONTO Visitor, His Excellency the lion . 
W. P. Howland, C.B., Lieut.-Gov. of Ontario. Chancellor, 
Hon. J. C. Morrison. Vice-Chancellor, A. Crooks, LL.D. 
Members of the Senate: J. Langton, M A.; Rev. J. McCaul, 
LL.D.; Hon. J. Patton, LL.D., QC.; Hon. David Christie, 
Senator; Sir W. E. Logan, D.C.L., F.R.S ; J. J. Hayes, M.D. ; 
Rev. K. Ryerson, D.D. ; The Principal of Queen s College ; 
Rev. S. S. Nelles, M.A. ; Very Rev. A. McDonell ; G. R. R. 
Cockburn, M.A.; Superior of the By town College; Wm. 
T. Aikins, M.D. ; H. H. Croft, D.C.L., F.C.S. ; J. B. Cherri- 
man, M.A.; D.Wilson, LL.D.; Rev. John Jennings, D.D. ; 
Hon. 0. Mowat ; G. Herrick, M.D. ; Ira Lewis, M.A. ; Lar- 
ratt W. Smith, D.C.L.; S. S. Macdonell, LL.D.; Rev. H. B. 
Jessopp, M.A. ; J. Helliwell, M.A.; T. A. McLean, M.A. ; 
J. Boyd, M.A., B.CL.; D. McMichael, LL.D.; E.G. Jones, 
B.A.; J. D. Armour, B.A.; J. J. Kingsmill, B.A.; Hon. W. 
Cayley; Rev. W. McClure; Rev. Dr. Fyfe; J. II. Morris, 
M.A. ; E. Blake, M.A. ; Rev. Dr. Barclay ; Rev. W. F. Check- 
ley, M.A.; Right Rev. J.Walsh; Rev. A. Carman. B. A. ; T. H. 
Bull, M.A.; Rev. John Davison; Very Rev. I. Hellmuth, 
D.D. Officers nfthe Senate : J. E. Thomson, B. A., Librarian ; 
T. Moss, M.A , Registrar. Scholarships offered at Exami 
nations of the University. Faculty of Law, 4 ; 1 for 
Matriculants. 1 for Students 1 year s standing,! for Students 

2 years standing, 1 for Students 3 years standing. Faculty 
of Medicine, 4: 1 for Matriculants, 1 for Students 1 year s 
standing, 1 for Students 2 years standing, 1 for Students 

3 years standing. Faculty of Arts : at the Junior Ma 
triculation Examination, 2 in Classics, 2 in Mathematics, 
1 In English, Hisioryand French; 2 for General Profici 
ency in all the subjects appointed for Junior Matriculants ; 
at the Senior Matriculation Examination, 1 in Classics, 1 
in Mathematics, 2 for General Proficiency in all the sub 
jects appointed for Senior Matriculants ; at the Examina 
tion for the First Year, 2 in Classics, 2 in Mathematics, 1 
for Special Proficiency in Modern Languages and Natural 
Sciences; 2 for General Proficiency ; at the Examination 
for the Second Year. 2 in Classics, 2 in Mathematics, 1 in 
Natural Sciences, 1 in Modern Languages, 1 for Special 
Proficiency in Modern Languages, Natural Sciences and 
Metaphysics, 1 in Logic, Metaphysics and Ethics; 2 tor 
General Proficiency; at the Examination for the Third 
Year, 2 in Classics, 2 in Mathematics, 1 in Natural Sciences, 
1 in Modern Languages, 1 in Metaphysics and Ethics with 
Natural Theology, 2 for General Proficiency, 1 in History 
and Civil Polity. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. Visitor, His Excellency the Hon. 
W. P. Howland, C B , Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario. Pre 
sident, Rev. John McCaul, LL.D. Professors: Classics, 
Logic, and Rhetoric, Rev. John McCaul, LL.D. ; Metaphy 
sics and Ethics, Rev. James Beaven, D.D. ; Chemistry 
and Experimental Philosophy, Henry H. Croft, D.C.L. ; 
Agriculture, Geo. Buckland ; Natural Philosophy, J. B. 
Cherriman, M.A.; History and English Literature, D. 
Wilson, LL.D.; Natural History, Rev. William Hineks; 
F.L.S.; Mineralogy and Geology, E. J. Chapman. Ph. D., 
LL.D.; Meteorology, and Director of the Magnetical Ob 
servatory, G. T. Kingston, M.A.; Lecturer on Oriental 
Literature, J. M. Hirschfelder ; Mathematical Tutor and 
Dean, J. Loudon, M.A. ; Acting Lecturer on German, W. 
H. Vandersmissen, M.A.; Acting Lecturer on French, 
Emile P.-rnet; Acting Lecturer on Italian and Spanish, 
Wm. Oldright, M.A., M.D.; Classical Tutor, W. D. Pear- 
man. B A.; Acting Registrar, W. H. Vandersmissen, M.A. 

Bursar s Department of the University, University College 
and Upper Canada College. Bursar, David Buchan ; Clerk 
and Book-keeper, J. E. B. Smith; Messenger, Thos. Wilson. 
Office on U. C. College Grounds. 

UNIVERSITY OF QUEEN S COLLEGE, KINGSTON. Incorpo 
rated by Royal Charter, Oct. 16, 1811. Principal: Very Rev. 
Wm. Suodgrass. D. D. Faculties of Thefilogy and Arts : The 
Principal, Primarius Professor of Divinity ; Rev. John B. 
Mowat, M. A., Professor of Oriental Languages, Biblical Cri 
ticism and Church History, Secretary to the Senate, and 
Registrar; Rev. J. Williamson, M.A., LL.D., Professor of 
Mathematics and Natural Philosophy ; Rev. John C. Mur-. 
ray, Professor of Loitic, Mental and Moral Philosophy and 
Rhetoric; Rev. John H. Mackerras, M.A., Professor of Clas 
sical Literature; Nathan P. Dupuis, M.A., Professor of 
Chemistry and Natural History ; Rev. George D. Fergu 
son, H.A., Professor of History and English Literature 
lecturers: Prof. Murray, Elocution; Prof. Ferguson, Mo 
dern Languages ; Donald McLean, M.D., Human Physio 
logy. Board of Trustees: Rev. Hugh Urquhart, D.D., Rev. 

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John Barclay, D.D., Rev. Kenneth McLennan, B A., Rev. 
W. M. Inglis, M.A., F.R.S.E , Rev. John Jenkins, D.D., 
Rev. David Watson. M.A.. Rev. Daniel J. Macdounell, M.A., 
B.D., Rev. Daniel M.Gordon, M.A., B.D., Rev. Donald Ross, 
M.A., B.D., Rev. George Bell, B.A., Rev. Wm. Bain, M.A., 
The Principal, A. McLean, Neil J. Maogillivray, B.A.. Jas. 
Croil, Hugh Allan, Hon. Donald McDonald. Arch Barker, 
Alex. Morris, D.C.L. . George Davidson. Hon. J. Hamilton 
(Chairman), James Wright, Geo. H. Boulter, M.D., George 
M. Kingborn, Orlando S. Strange, M.D., Judge Loj^ie. Jas. 
Michie ; Wm. Ireland, Secretary-Treasurer to thf Board; 
Prof. Dupuis, MA.. Librarian and Curator of the Museum; 
Prof. Williamson, Director of the Observatory; Prof. Dupuis, 
Observer. The Session of the Faculty of Arts begins on 
the first Wednesday of October, and ends on the last 
Thursday of April. The Theological Classes commence on 
the first Wednesday of November, and close at the end of 
April. Scholarships, in number 15 in Arts an1 7 in Theo 
logy, varying in value from $35 to $86, and carrying the 
privilege of exemption from class fees, are annually com 
peted for at the matriculation examinations at opening of 
session. 

UNIVERSITY OP TRINITY COLLEGE, TORONTO. Incorporated 
by Royal Charter, 1852. Corporation: The Right Rev. 
the Lord Bishop of Huron ; the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop 
of Ontario ; the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Toronto. 
Trustees: Very Rev. H. J. Grasett, B.D. ; Hon. G. W. 

Allan; Lewis Motfatt. Treasurer: . Council 

Honorary Member : John Arnold. Ex-officio Members : 
the Hon. John II. Cameron, D.C.L., Q.C., Chancellor of 
the University; the Rev. the Provost of Trinity College; 
the Rev. John Ambery, M.A., Professor of Classics ; the 
Rev. William Jones, B.A., Professor of Mathematics. Mem 
bers from the Diocese of Toronto: Professor Boveli, M.D. ; 
Very Rev. the Dean of Toronto; Hon. G W. Allan ; Lewis 
Moffatt; Samuel Bickerton Uarman, B.CL.; theVen. tho 
Archdeacon of Niagara; Rev. W. McMurray, D.D., D.C.L.; 
Rev. S. Givins; Rev. J. G. Geddes. M.A.; Jas. Henderson, 
C. J. Campbell, Chris. Robinson, M.A., the Ven. the Arch 
deacon of Toronto ; Fred. Cumberland ; S. J.Vankoughnet, 
M.A. ; W. Ince. Members front the Diocese of Ontario: 
The Ven. the Archdeacon of Ontario; Jas. A. Henderson, 
D.C.L.; Rev. W. Bleasdell, M.A.; J. S. Cartwright, Rev. F. 
R. Tane. Secretary: Chas. Magrath, D.C.L. Officers of the 
College: Provost and Professor of Divinity Rev. George 
Whitaker, M.A.; Professor of Classics, Rev. John Ambery, 
M.A. ; Professor of Mathematics, Rev. W. Jones, M.A. ; 
Professor of Physiology and Chemistry, Jas. Bovell, M.D.; 
Professor of Music, G. W. Strathy, Mus. Doc. Lecturer in 
French, Emile -Pernet. Lecturer in Di awing and the Fine 
Arls, G. A. Gilbert. Scholarships : In Ar s Three at Ma 
triculationOne of the value of 50, one of 35. and one 
of 25^ For the second and third years respectively Scho 
larships of the same number and value as are offered to 
matriculants. 1 Cooper Exhibition, value 40 pel annum. 
4 Bursaries, each of 15 10s. In Theoloyy 2 Jubilee 
Scholarships of the value of 40. 5 Church Society Exhi 
bitions, Diocese of Toronto, of the value of 30 a-year; 
2 Church Society exhibitions, Diocese of Ontario, of the 
value of 25 a year. 

UNIVERSITY OP VICTORIA COLLEGE, COBOCRG. University 
Se.nate: Rev. S. S. Nelles, D.D., President; President of 
Privy Council, Speaker of the Senate, Speaker of House of 
Commons, and Hon. Minister of Justice, Rev Wm. Moiiey 
Punshon, MA., Rev. I. B. Howard, D.D., Rev. Enoch 
Wood, D.D., Rev. Egerton Ryerson, D.D., Rev. Anson 
Green, D.D., Rev. R Jones, Rev. G. R. Sanderson. Rev. 
Geo. Douglas, Rev. W. Jeffers, D.D., Rev. Lachlan Taylor, 
D.D. ; Professors Bain, Wilson, Burwash, and Reynar; 
J. J. Maclaren. LL.B. ; Professors Geikie, Berryman. Reid, 
Songster; B. M Britton, B.A.; A. W. Lauiler, Wm. Beatty, 
M.A., LL.B. J. H. Dumble, M.A.. John Macdonald, Wm. 
Kerr, M.A., W. W Dean, B.A., C. M. Cameron, M.A., M.D., 
M. Lavell, M.D., Wm. Brouse, M.A., M.D., and J. Beatty, 
M.D. Faculty of Arts: Rev. S. S. Nelles. D.D., President, 
Prof, of Mental Philosophy, Logic, Ethics and the Evi 
dences of Religion; A. Bain, M.A., Prof, of Mathematics 
and Astronomy ; John Wilson, M.A., Prof, of Latin and 
Greek Languages; Rev. N. Burwash, M.A., Prof, of Natu 
ral Sciences and Chemistry ; Rev. A. H. Reynar, B.A., 
Prof, of Modern Languages and English Literature; D. 
Ormiston, B.A., Rector of Grammar Schoql; Rev. James 
Roy. B A., sub-Rector. Faculty of Law : Hon. Lewis 
Wallbridge, William Kerr, M.A., and B. M. Britton, B.A., 



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Examiners, facu ty of Law, Mmtreal Branch: Hon. 
Antoine A. Dorion. Q.C., Professor of Civil Law and Dean 
of Faculty; Joseph Doutre, Q.C., Professor of Civil and 
International Law ; Wm. H. Kerr, Professor of Criminal 
Law; John A. Perkins, M.A., B.C.L., Professor of Com 
mercial Law and Secretary of Faculty ; Gonsalve Doutre, 
B.C.L., Professor of Laws of Procedure; C. Geoffrion, 
Professor of Roman Law. Faculty of Medicine, Montreal 
Branch: Eugene H. Trudel, M.D., Deau of Faculty, Mid 
wifery and Diseases of Women and Children; P. Beaubicn, 
M. D, Theory and Practice of Medicine; Pierre Munro, 
M.D., Surgery; II. Peltier, M.D., Institutes of Medicine; 
J.G. Bibaud, M.D., Secretary and Treasurer, Anatomy, De 
scriptive and Surgical; Ths. D. D Orsennens, M.D., Chem 
istry and Phsrmacy; J. Emery-Coderre, M.D., Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics; J. P. Rottot, M.D , Medical Ju 
risprudence and Natural History ; Dr. Monro, Clinical 
Surgery; Dr. Beaubien, Clinical Medicine; A. Brosseau, 
M D., Demonstrator of Anatomy and Curator of Museum. 
Faculty qf Medicine, Toronto Branch: Deau, Wm. Canniff, 
M.D.; Principles and Practice of Surgery, Wm. Canniff, 
M.D., M.R.C.S. Eng.; Principles and Practice of Medicine, 
Norman Bethune, B.A., M.D. Edin., M.R.C.S. Eng., & F.R. 
C.S.. Edin. ; Materia Medica and Medical Jurisprudence, 
C. V. Berryman, A.M., M.D. ; Physiology and Microscopy, 
John N T . Reid. M.D.; Theoretical and Practical Chemistry, 
J. H. Sangster, A.M., M.D. ; Associate in Physiology and 
Lecturer on Sanitary Science, John Fulton, M.D., M.R.C.S. 
Eng;., & L.R C.P. Lon. ; Midwifery, Eli Jas. Barrick, M.D., 
M.R.CS. Eng., L.R.C.P. Lon., L.R.C.P. & L.R.C.S. Edin., 
Lee. Mid. K.C.S. Eng. ; Diseases of Women and Children, 
J. N. Agnew, M.D. ; Botany, K. A- Reeve, B.A., M.D. ; Des 
criptive and General Anatomy, John A. Mullin, M.D. ; 
General Pathology and Medical Diagnosis, J. A. Temple, 
M.D., M.R.C.S. Eng. ; Demonstrator of Anatomy and Lec 
turer on Surgical Anatomy, A. E. Mallock, B.A., M.D. 
Glasgow ; Diseases of the Eye and Ear, A. M. Rosebrugh, 
M.D. ; Pharmacy and Curator of the Museum, S. P. May, 
M.D. The Lectures commence on the 1st day of October, 
and continue six months. Graduation in the Spring, when 
the examinations will be both written and oral. This Col 
lege is also, by right, affiliated -with the Toronto Univer 
sity. Under the Diplomas of this College, applicants may 
be admitted to an examination in the Royal College of 
Physicians, London ; and certified tickets entitle the holder 
to an examination in the Royal College of Surgeons, Eng 
land. The matriculation examination of this College is 
accepted by the Hoyal College of Surgeons, England, as 
equivalent to their own. 

UNIVERSITY OF McGiLL COLLEGE, MONTREAL. Visitor, His 
Excellency the Governor General of the Dominion of Canada. 
Governors: the Hon. C. Dewey Day, LL.D., President and 
Chancellor; the Hon. Jas. Ferrier, Senator; Thos. B.An 
derson, A. Robertson. M.A., Q.C., Hon. C. Dunkin, LL.D., 
M.P., Wm. Molson, Hon. Alex. Morris, M.A., D.C.L., M.P., 
Hon. Sir John Rose, M.P., Peter Redpath, D. Tarrance, 
Geo. Moffatt, M.A., J. H. R. Molson. Principal and Vice- 
Chancellor: J. W. Dawson, LL.D., F.R.S., F.G.S. Fellows: 
Ven. Archdeacon Leach, D.C.L., LL.D., Vice-Principal and 
Dean of the Faculty of Arts ; Henry A. Howe, LL.D., Eme 
ritus Professor; the Hon. J. J. C. Abbott, D.C.L., Dean 
of the Faculty of Law; Brown Chamberlin, M.A., D.C.L.; 
Sir William E. Logan, LL.D., F.R.S., F.G.S. ; George W. 
Campbell, M.A., M.D., Dean of the Faculty of Medicine; 
John II. Graham, M.A., Principal of St. Francis College, 
Richmond; Rev. Dr. Cook, Principal of Morrin College, 
Quebec ; Alex. Johnston, LL.D., Prof, of Mathematics and 
Natural Philosophy, McQill University ; Rev. G. Cornish, 
M.A., Prof. Classical Literature, McGill University; E. 
Scott, M D., Prof, of Anatomy, McGill University; P. R. 
Lafreuaye, B.C.L., Prof, of Civil Procedure and Jurispru 
dence, McGill University; Rev. H. Wildes, M.A., D.D., 
Prof of Theology, Congregational College of B.N.A. ; T. K. 
Ramsay. M.A., Prof of Civil Law Morrin College; R. A. 
Leach, M A..B.CL.; John Reddy, M.D. ; N W.Trenholme, 
M.A., B.C.L. ; R. A. Ramsay, M.A.; S. B. Schmidt, M.D.; 
Rev. D II. McTicar, LL.D., Professor of Theology Presbyt. 
Coll. B.N.A. Secretary of the Royal Institution, Registrar 
and Bursar: Wm. C. Baynes, B.A. Faculty of Arts: J.W. 
Dawson, LL.D., F.R.S., F.G.S., Principal and Professor of 
Natural History and Agriculture; Ven. Archd Leach, 
LL.D., Dean of the Faculty, Prof, of Logic and Moral Phi 
losophy, and Molson Prof, of English Literature ; Rev. A. 
De Sola, LL.D , Prof, of Hebrew and Oriental Literature; 
C. F. A. Markgraf. Professor of German Language and 
Literature; C. Smallwood, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Mete 
orology ; Alex. Johnson, LL.D., Professor of Mathematics 



and Natural Philosophy; Rev. G. Cornish, M.A.-, Professor 
of Classical Literature ; P. J. Darey, M.A., Professor of 
French Language and Literature; T. S. Hunt. M.A., F.R.S., 
Professor of Applied Chemistry and Mineralogy. Faculty 
of Medicine: George W. Campbell, M.A., H.D., Dean of the 
Faculty, and Prof, of Surgery ; D. C. McCallum. M.D., Prof. 
of Midwifery and Disea>es of Women and Children; Wm. 
Fraser M.D., Professor of the Institutes of Medicine; 
Robt. Craik, M.D., Professor of Chemistry ; Wm. E. Scott, 
M.D., Professor of Anatomy ; Wm. Wright, M.D., Professor 
of Mitteria Medica and Pharmacy ; Robt. P. Howard. M.D., 
Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine ; Joseph 
M. Drake, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine; G. E. Fen- 
wick, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery and Medical Juris 
prudence; Wm. Fuller, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. 
faculty of Law: Hon. Wm. Badgley, D.C.L., Professor of 
Public and Criminal Law; the Hon. J. J. C. Abbott, B.C.L., 
Dean of the Faculty and Prof, of Commercial Law; Hon.F. 
W. Torrance, M.A., B.C.L., Professor of Civil Law; P. R. 
Lafrenaye, B.C.L., Professor of Civil Procedure and Ju 
risprudence; R. G. Laflamme, B.C.L. , Professor of Cus 
tomary Law and Law of Real Estate ; Edward Carter, Q.C., 
Associate Professor of Criminal Law. Lecturers : N. W. 
Trenholme, M.A., B.C.L., Lecturer in Roman Law ; G. P. 
Gird wood, M.D., Lecturer in Practical Chemistry; John 
Andrew, Instructor in Elocution; Fred. S. Barnjum, In 
structor in Gymnastics. 

UNIVERSITY OF BISHOP S COLLEGE, LENNOXVTLLE. Incor 
porated by Royal Charter, 1853. President of the Corpo 
ration and Visitor, Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Quebec, 
D.D. ; Vice President of the Corporation and Visitor, the 
Most Rev. the Lord Bishop of Montreal. D.D.. Metropolitan. 

Chancellor, the Hon. E. Hale, D C,L. Vice-Chancellor, 

Trustees: Hon. E. Hale, DC.L., Chairman; G. B. Baker, 
M.A., G. P. Bowen, M.A., Rev. Canon Bond. D.C L., B. T. 
Morris, M.A., R.W. Heneker, M.A., Rev. R. Lindsay, M.A., 
Rev. C. P. Reid, M.A.. Col. Rhodes, M.A., Rev. G. Slack, 
M.A., G. O. Moffatt, M.A., L. E. Morris, M.A., Maxfield 
Sheppard, M.A. College Council : Rev. J. H. Nicolls. D.D., 
Rev. C. H. Badgley, M.A., E. Chapman, M.A., Major 
Campbell, C.B., Rev. C. Hamilton, M.A., Mons C. Koux, 
M.A., Rev. A. C. Scarth, M.A. Officers of the Corporation: 
E. Chapman, M.A., Secretary; E. L. Moutizambert. M.A , 
Honorary Counsel; B. T. Morris, M.A., Attorney; Hon. E. 
Hale, and B. T. Morris, Auditors. Officers of the Collf.gf : 
Senior Department Rev. J. II. Nicolls, D.D., Principal, 
and Professor of Divinity; Rev. C. H. Badgley, Vice-Prin 
cipal and Professor of Classics; Rev. A. C. Scarth, M.A., 
Professor of Ecclesiastical History; Mons. C. Uonx. M.A., 
Professor of French; Rev. R. C. Tarabs, M A., M.ilhuna- 
tical Tutor; E. Chapman, M.A.., Bursar and Ki-gistrar; 
Rev. A. C. Scarth, M.A., Librarian. Junior Department 
Rector, Rev. C. H. Badgley, M.A. Assistant Masters, G. A. 
Litchfield, M.A., R. G. Cox, B.A. 

LAVAI UNIVERSITY. Visitor : Most Rev. C. F. Baillargeon ; 
Rector : Very Rev. E. A. Taschereau, D. Cn. L. Afrmlicrs >f 
the Council: Rev. 0. Audet, A.M., Rev. L. Beaudet A.M., 
Rev. 0. Brunet, A.M., Hon. N. Cisault, LL.D., J. Crem- 
azie, LL.D., Rev. T. E. Hamel, A.M.. A. Jackson, M.D., 
J. E. Landry,. M.D., Rev. C. II. Laverdiere, A.M., Rev. A. 
Legare, Rev. C. Legare, A.M., Rev. X. Mainsui, A.B., 
Rev. M. E. Methot, A.M., Rev. B. Paquet D.I)., Kev. L. 
Paquet, D.D., Rev. P. Roussel. A.B., J. A. Seweli. M.I>., 
Hon. U. J. Tessier, LL.D.; Secretary, Rev. T. E. Hamel; 
Librarian, Rev. C. H. Laverdiere. Faculty of Theology: 
Dean, Very Rev. E. A. Taschereau, D. Cn. L. ; Prt fessors 
Very Rev. E. A. Tascbereau, Prof, of Canon Law ; HOT. B. 
Paquet. D.D., of Moral Theology; Rev. L Paquet. D.D., of 
Doematic Theology; Rev. L. N. Begin, D.D.. of Holy Scrip 
ture and Sacred History. Secretary, Rev. L. Paquet, D.D. 
Faculty of Law : Dean, J. Cromazie, LL.D. Professors 
J. Cremazie, LL.D., of Civil Law ; Hon. U. J. Tessier. LL.D., 
of Law Procedure; Hon. N. Casault, LL.D., of Commer 
cial and Maritime Law; J. G. Colston, LL.D., of Criminal 
Law; C. F. S. Langelier. LL.D., of Roman Law; Luci^n 
Turcotte, LL.D., of Introduction to Civil Law. Secretary, 
J.G. Colston. Faculty of Medicine: Dean, J. A. Seweil, 
M.D. ; Professors J. A. Seweil, of Internal Pathology ; 
J. E. Landry, M.D., of External Pathology and Surgery: 
A. Jackson, M D. of Midwifery; C. K. L<-inii-ux. M.D.. of 
Anatomy; F. A. H. LaRue, M.D., of Medical Jurispru 
dence, Hygiene, Toxicology, and Anatomical Mii-msstopj ! 
Jos. C. Tache, of Physiology; L. J. A. Siinard, M D., <-f 
General Pathology and Diseases of the K.VHS and ICars; 
C. Verge, M D., of Materia Medica; L. CateUier, M.D.. Ex 
traordinary Professor of Practical Anatomy. Secretary, 



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L. CateUier. Director of the Museum, L. J. A. Simard, 
M.D. faculty of Arts : Dean, Kev. M. E. Methot, M.A. ; 
Professors Rev. T. E. Hamel, of Natural Philosophy ; 
Rev. 0. Brunei, of Botany; Rev. M. E. Methot, of General 
Literature; Rev. C. II. Larerdiere, of History; Rev. C. E. 
Legare. of Latin Literature; Rev. L. Beaudet, of Grecian 
Literature. Secretary, Rev. T. E. Hamel ; Honorary Pro 
fessor T. S. Hunt, F.R.S. 

ALBER.T UNIVERSITY, BKLLEVILLE. Visitor, Hon. Win. P. 
Howland, C. B., Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. Senate: 
Rev. Bishop Richardson, D.D., President; Rev A. Carman, 
M.A., Chancellor; George S. Wright, M.A., Registrar; 
Rev. G. Abbs, Rev. J. Gardiner, Rev. G. Shepard, Rev. W. 
Brown, Rev. M. Benson, Hon. John Ross, Senator; Hon. 
Chief Justice Richards ; Hon. L. Wallbridge ; Wm. Hope, 
M.D.; Thomas Nichol, M.D.; Rev. J. Wild, M.A. ; John 
Macoun, M.A.; Prof. J. T. Bell; Rev. Bidwell Lane, B.A. ; 
Kev. E. I. Badgley, B.A. ; Rev. John C. Pomeroy ; Barton 
S. Gilbert; S.B. Burdett; Rufus Holden, M.D.; Rev. J. B. 
Aylsworth, M.A.; Robt. B. Carman, M.A. ; Freeman Lane, 
M.A. ; Thomas M. Maointyre, M.A. ; Rev. A. Campbell; 
John Bell. Q.C. ; Robert Dawson, B.A. St. George B. Cro- 
zier, Mus. Doc. 

ALBERT COLLEGE. Incorporated by Act of Parliament as 
Belleville Seminary, in 1857, as Albert College in 1866. 
Board of Managers: Rev. Bishop Richardson, D.D., Pre 
sident; Rev. J. Gardiner, Secretary; Rev. G. Shepard, 
Treasurer; Rev. J. Wild, M.A., Agent; Rev. J. Gardiner, 
Rev. J. II. Andrews, Rev. A. Campbell, Rev. G. Shepard, 
Kev. J. N. Elliott, Rev. M. Benson, Charles Lane, Caleb R. 
Mallery, C. M. Gould, M.D., Edward Philpot, J. L Tucker, 
S. Massey, T. Anderson, James C. Hoffman, John Rowe, 
George N. Blair, L. Massey Council of Instruction : Rev. 

A. Carman, M.A., President ; Mathematics and Metaphy 
sics, Rev. A. Carman, M.A. ; Ancient Languages and Lite 
rature, Robert Dawson, B.A. ; Physiology and Ethnology, 
Thomas Nichol, M.D. ; Botany and Geology, Jno. Macoun, 
M.A.; History and English Literature, George S. Wright, 
Ph. D. ; Hebrew and Ethics, Rev. J. Wild, M.A. ; Mining, 
Agriculture and Fine Arts, J. T. Bell ; Music, St. George 

B. Crozier. Mus. Doc. Open 39 weeks. Three Terms ; bo- 
ginning first Thursday ot September, first Thursday of 
January, and first Thursday of April. Entrance Exami 
nations into University during second week of June and 
second week of September. 

ALEXANDRA COLLEGE, BELLEVILLE. Under control of 
Board of Managers of Albert College, and, like it, open to 
all persuasions, without interference with religious faith. 
(Burse of study, three years after matriculation. Confers 
diplomas in music. Ladies have opportunities of instruc 
tion in Preparatory School and of attendance at Lectures 
in Albert College. Useful and ornamental branches of 
ladies education all taught, both to occasional students 
and those in course. Senate: Rev. A. Carman, M.A., Pre 
sident; Rev. G. G. Hapgood, D.D. ; R. B. Carman, M.A. ; 
Rev. Joseph Wild, M.A. ; Thos. Nichol, M.D. ; J. Macoun, 
M.A.; Thomas Mclntyre, M.A.; J. T. Bell ; St. George B. 
Crozier, Mus. Doc. ; Rev. George Abbs ; Rev. S. W. LaDu ; 
Rev. J. Gardiner ; Hon. L. Wallbridge ; R. Holden, M.D. ; 

C. M. Gould, M.D.; F. Lane, M.A. ; C. R. Mallei y; Rev. 
I. B. Aylesworth, M.A. Board of Instruction and Govern 
ment : Metaphysics, Ethics, and Belles Lettres Rev. A. 
Carman, M.A.. President; Music St. George B. Crozier, 
Mus. Doc.; Miss Brown, Assistant; Painting, Drawing, 
&c, Mrs. M. A. Smith, Preceptress; Ancient Languages, 
Literature and History R. Dawson, B.A. ; Modern Lan 
guages G. S Wright, Ph. D. ; Natural Sciences James 
T. Bell, T. Nichol, M.D , and J. Macoun, M.A., in their 
several departments in Albert College. Mathematics 
The President. 

MORRIN COLLEGE, QUEBEC. Founded 1860. Incorporated 
1861. Principal : the Rev. John Cook, D.D. faculty of 
Arts (affiliated to McGill University, Montreal) Professor 

of Moral Philosophy and Dean of the Faculty, ; 

Professor of Classics, the Rev. George Weir, M.A. ; Pro 
fessor of Mathematics, Henry Miles, LL.D.; Professor of 
English Literature, the Principal (pro. tem.) ; Professor of 
German and French; M. Miller, Esq.; Professor of Chemis 
try, Rev. Jas. Douglas, B.A. Faculty of Law (affiliated 
to McGill University) Professor of Commercial Law and 
Dean of the Faculty, George Irvine, M.P. ; Professor of 
Civil Law, T. K. Ramsay, M.A. ; Professor of Law of Real 
Estate and Customary Law, John B. Parkin, Q.C. Faculty 
of Divinity (in connection with the Church of Scotland) 
Professor of Divinity, the Rev. the Principal; Professor 
of Hebrew (pro tem.), the Rev. George Weir, M.A. ; Secre 



tary of the College, Daniel Wilkie, M.A. The session of 
the Faculty of Law extends from September 1st to May 
1st; the session of the Faculty of Arts, from November 1st 
to May 1st. Matriculated Students in each faculty are eli 
gible for the degrees in arts and law of McGill University. 

ST. FRANCIS COLLEGE AND GRAMMAR SCHOOL, (NoN-SECTAr 
RIAN) RICHMOND, Q. President of the Corporation: the 
Right Hon. Lord Aylmer. Vice- President : J. Hethrington. 
Treasurer: Q. K. Foster. Secretary: C. P. Cleveland. 
Trustees: Lord Aylmer, John H. Pope, M.P., W. H. Webb, 
Q C., M.P., Rer. John McKay, Rev. Mr. Roe, M. M. Tait, 
B. C. L., George H. Pierce, C.E., C. B. Cleveland, G. K. 
Foster, J. Hetherington, James Boutelle, Wm. Dickson. 
Members of the Corporation, ex-officio : the Principal and 
all the Professors. Executive Committee : the Principal, 
ex-officio, C. B. Cleveland, G. K. Foster. Faculty of the 
College: John H Graham, A.M., LL.D., Principal and Pro 
fessor of English and Classical Literature; Thomas E. 
Morden, B.A. , Instructor of Mathematics, &c.; Rev. John 
McKay, Prot. of Logic, Metaphysics and Gaelic Language; 
A. W. Hamilton. A.B.. M.D.. C.M., Lecturer in Chemistry ; 
Mons. A. Bernier, Instructor in French ; Lieut Bernad, 
Cadet, Military Drill Instructor. Tutors in Mathematics 
and English. TheFaculty of Arts is an affiliated College 
of the McGill University, Montreal. The Grammar School 
aims to impart a superior classical or business education. 
The session begins on the first Thursday in September. 

UPPER CANADA COLLEGE. George R. R. Cockburn, M.A., 
Principal; William Wedd, M.A., First Classical Master; 
James Brown, M.A., Mathematical Master ; C. W. Connon, 
LL.D., English Classical Master; John Martland, B.A., 
Second Classical Master and Resident Master in College 
Boarding House ; Mich. Barrett, M.A., M.D., First English 
Master and Lecturer on Chemistry and Physiology ; C. 
Thompson, Second English Master; Rev. E. Schluter, M.A., 
French and German Master; J. McLellan, M.A., Assistant 
Mathematical Master; C. W. Connon, Assistant English 
Master ; R. J. Baigent, Drawing Master; Major Goodwin, 
Fencing, Drill, and Gymnastics. J. Marshall; Janitor and 
Messenger. 

The College year commences with the Autumn Term. 

The Autumn Term begins Sept. 1; Winter do., Nov. 10; 
Spring do., Feb. 5 ; Summer do., April 21. Reports of the 
progress and conduct of the pupils are sent to parents twice 
each Term, or oftener if desired. Deducting the Vacations, 
the Terms are ten weeks each. 

His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor offers annually 
a valuable Prize of Books for the bent examination in the 
higher departments of the College Curriculum At the An 
nual Public Examination in June, eight Exhibitions are 
competed for, varying in value from $40 to $12u per annum. 
Competition for them all is open to the Grammar Schools 
of the whole Province. 

THE BISHOP STRACHAN SCHOOL. Founded 1867. Incor 
porated 1868. Members of Council : Right Rev. the Lord 
Bishop of Toronto, President; Yen. the Archdeacon of 
Toronto, Rev. J. G. Geddes, M.A., Vice-Presidents ; Rev. 
A. J. Broughall, M.A., Rev. W. S. Darling. Rev. II. W. 
Davies, B.D., Rev. J. Langtry, M.A., Rev. J. II. McCollum, 
M.A., C. J. Campbell, E. M. Carruthers. F.W.Cumberland, 
A. McLean Howard, Wm. luce, M. R.VanKoughnet, Alex. 
Marling. Chaplain and Secretary : Rev. J. Langtry, M.A. 
Lady Principal : Miss Dupont. Staff: The Chaplain, Re 
ligious Instruction; Miss Dupont, Italian, French, &c. ; 
Rev. H. W. Davies, B.D., Grammar and Composition : Miss 
Good, English Branches ; Rev. J. Langtry, M.A., History, 
Natural Science, Latin, &c. ; Rev. W. S. Darling, Church 
History; Rev. A. G. L. Trew, Reading; Miss C. Dupont, 
Assistant in English and French ; Mons. Pernet, French ; 
Mr. Skelton, German; G. A. Gilbert, Drawing; J. Carter, 
Instrumental Music ; Miss Callaghan, Vocal Music ; Mrs. 
Maddiaon, Miss Dickson, Miss T. Dickson, Assistants in 
Instrumental Music; M. Noverre, Calisthenics, Dancing 
and Deportment. Physician : Edward M. Hodder, M.D., 
F.R.C.S. Eng. Bursar: Beverley Jones. There are three 
terms per annum: Michaelmas, 1st Wednesday in Sep 
tember to 21st December ; Lent, 6th January to Wednes 
day before Easter; Easter, 2nd Wednesday after Easter to 
5th July. 

HURON COLLEGE, LONDON, ONTARIO Incorporated 1863. 
President of the Corporation: the Right Rev. the Lord 
Bishop of Huron. Members of the Corporation : the Ven. 
Archdeacon Brough, MA., the Very Rev. I. Hellmuth, 
D.D., Dean of Huron, the Ven. Archdeacon Sandys, D.D., 
the Rev. Canon Bettridge, B.D., the Rev. M. Boomer, LL.D., 
the Rev. Canon E. L. Elwood, M_A.., the Rev. Isaac Brock, 



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M.A., the Rev. J. Marsh, M.A., the Rev. E. B. Bayly, B.A., 
the Rev. James Smythe, M.A., tho Rev. W. II. Halpia, M. A., 
the Rev. J. P. Iliacks, James Shauly, Major R. J. Evans, 
V. Cronyn. Officer of the Corporation : V. Cronyn, Soli 
citor an>] Secretary. Officers of the College: the Rev. Isaac 
Brock, MA., Principal and Divinity Professor; the Rev. 
W. II. llalpin, M.A., Professor of Classics and Mathema 
tics ; V. Cronyn, D.C.L., Bursar. 

HELLMUTH COLLEGE, LONDON, ONTARIO. Incorporated 
1865. Visitor: Kight Rev. the Lord Bishop of Huron. 
President of the Corporation: Very Rev. I. Hellmuth, D.D. 
Members of the Corporation : Very Ruv. H. J. Grasett, B.D. ; 
Rev. Isaac Brock, M.A.; Rev. A. Sweatman, M.A. ; F. W. 
Thomas; Rev. Canon Baldwin, M A.; Hon. David L. Mac- 
pherdon, Senator; Adam Crooks, Q.C., D.C.L. ; Major R. 
J.Evans. Officers of the College President: Very Rev. 
I. Hellmuth, D.D. Secretary and Treasurer: Major Evans. 
Head Master: Rev. Arthur Sweatman, M.A. Assistant 
Masters : Rev. Professor Halpin, A.M.; W. T. Hickie, M.A.; 
W. O Connor. M.A.; C. A. Sippi, L.A II. D.; W. Reiner; T. 
H. Wallis; Rev. A. W. Young. Music Master: St. John 
Hyttenrauch. B.M. Drawing Master : T. H. Wallis. Drill 
Instructor: Sergt-Maj. Gray. Gymnastic Master: Sergt. 
, 6uth Riftes. 



HELLMUTH LAMES COLLEGE, LONDON, ONTARIO. Incor- 
corporated 1869. Patron,: The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop 
of Huron. Visitors: The Venerable the Archdeacon of 
London, the Venerable the Archdeacon of Huron. Presi 
dent of the Corporation: The Very Rev. I. Hellmuth, D D., 
Dean of Huron. Secretary and Treasurer: Major Evans. 
Lady Principal: Mrs. Mills. Assistant Staff: Miss Young, 
Miss Farrer, Miss Hand, Miss Clinton, Miss Strickland, 
M^s Hatton, Miss McLellan, Madlle. Lecaille. 1 raulein 
Schmidt. &c. 

ONTARIO COLLEGE, PICTON. Incorporated by Act of Parlia 
ment Patron, His Excellency Baron Lisgar, P.O., G.C.B., 
G.C.M.G. President, the Lord Bishop of Ontario. Council, 
the President, J. A. Henderson, D.C.b., Hon. J. Hamilton, 
Ven. Archdeaeon Patton, D.C.L.. Rev. E. J. Boswell, D.C.L., 
Very Rev. J. Lyster, LL.D., F. McAnannj, James S. Cart- 
wright, B.A., Captain Downes, G. A. KirkpatrL-k, B.A., 
M.P., Rev. W. Blcasdell, M.A., P. Low, Q.C., W. B. Simp 
son, G. Baker. Head Master, Claude Long, M.A., Exeter 
College. Oxford. Assistant Masters, Alex. Hamilton, M.A., 
M.B.; \V. K. Shortt, B.A.; Monsieur Zablocki, Drawing 
Master, <tc. ; M. D Earnaley, Fencing and Drilling Master. 
liursar, Captain Downes. Matron, Mrs. Shaw. J here are 
three Terms in the year averaging twelve weeks each. His 
Excellency the Governor-General, offers an anuual prize 
"for the best series of translations into English during 
the year." Boarders are received into the college building 
which is under the charge of the Head Master, and the 
boarding house under the charge of an Assistant Master. 
There is a classical and commercial department. 

TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL, PORT HOPE, ONTARIO. Founded 
1865. Visitor: the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Toronto. 
Governing Body: Hon. J. H. Cameron, Q.C., D.C.L., Chan 
cellor of the University; Rev. the Provost of Trinity Col 
lege; Rev. Prof. Ambery, M.A. ; Rev. Prof. Jones, MA.; 
Rev. <!. J. S Bethune, M.A.; Ven. Archdeacon of Toronto; 
Rev. J. G. Geddes, M.A. ; Hon. G. W. Allan, Senator; C. J. 
Campbell; F. VV. Cumberland, M.P.P. Head Master : Rev. 
0. J. S. Bethune, M.A. Assist. Mas ers: Rev. F. A. Bethune, 
M.A. ; E. H. Harrington, B.A.; Lieut. Garnett. Matron: 
Mrs. Marmion. The course of instruction includes all the 
usual branches of a sound education in Classis, Mathe 
matics, English, French, Physical Science, Drawing, Vocal 
Music, Drill and Gymnastics. Three terms in the year, of 
about thirteen weeks each. Boarders are received into the 
school-house, which is under the immediate supervision of 
the Head Master, assisted by three resident Masters. 

HIGH SCHOOL OP QUEBEC. Incorporated 1846. Rector : 
Daniel Wilkie, M.A. Masters : M. Miller, Claries and Ger 
man; G. Martin, French. Chairman of the Board of 
Directors : the Rev. John Cook, D.D. Treasurer : Daniel 
Wilkie, M.A. Secretary : W. Walker. The school year is 
divided into four terms of equal length, and extends from 
September 1st to June 30th. 

NOTES DAME DB LEVIS COLLEGE. Director, Rev. L. 
Langis. Treasurer, Rev. J . Hoffman. Professors: Rev. C. 
Bourque, B.A., Rev. 0. Turgeon, B.L., Rev. T. Spratt, Rev. 
E. Lemay, and Rev. P. Genest, S.B. 

QUEBEC SEMINARY. Superior, Very Rev. E. A. Tasche- 
rean. Director! : Rev. M. E. Methot. Rev. 0. H. Laverdiere, 
Rev. 0. Audot, Rev. A. Legare, Rev. T. E. Hamel, Rev. 0. 



E. Legare, Rev. P. Roussol, B.A., Rev. N. Maingui. B.A., 
and Rev. L. Besudet, A.M. Aggregate Members : Rev. B 
P.iquet, D.D., Rev. L. H. Paquet, D.D., Rev. V. P. Legare, 
and Rev. L. N. Begin, D.D. Auxiliary Members : Rev. J. 

F. Baillarge, Rev. 0. Brunet, Rev. L. Gauthur, B.A., Rev. 
L. Langis, B.A., Rev. A. Godbout, Rv. A. Bergeron, Rev. 
A. Blais, Rev. G. Cote, B.A., Rev. T. Houde, and Rev. L. 
Sansfacjon, B A. Grand Seminary : Director, Rev. M. 13. 
Methot, A.M. ; Professors Very Rev. E. A. Tanchereau, 
Rev. B. Paquet, Rev. L. Paquet. Rev. L. N. Begin, and 
Rev. M. E. Methot. Minor Seminary: Director, Rev. C. E. 
Legare ; Assistant Director, Rev. V. P. Legare ; Prefect of 
Studies, Rev. L. Beaudet; Professors Rev. C. E. Legare, 
Rev. L. Beaudot, Rev. A. Gingras, B.L.. Rev. L. Gauthier, 
Rev. G. Cote, B.A., Rev. L. Sansfagon, B.A., Rev. P. Rous- 
sel, B.A., Rev. 0. Brunet, F. A. H. LaRue, M.D., M.A., Rev. 
T. E. Hamel, Rev. N. Paquet, B.S., Rev. E. Marcoux, B.A., 
Rev. A. Bernard, B.A., and Rev. A. Casault. Masters: Rev. 
A. Bergeron, Rev. T. Houde, Rev. G. Fraser, Rev. D. Le- 
mieux, Rev. T. Rouleau, Rev. F. Gendron, L.B., Rev. O. 
Naud, and Rev. J. Ballantyne, S.B. Professors of English : 
Rev. A. Blais. and Rev. J. Sexton. Profrssorsof Music: K. 
Ga?non, E. Rochette, C. Lavigueur, and Rev. T. K. Hamel. 
Professor of Drawing: Rev. 0. Brunet. 

KNOX COLLEGE. Principal, ; Kxegetical 

Theology, Rev. W. Caven ; Mental and Moral Philosophy, 
&c., Rev. G. P. Young; Lecturer on Humilities and Pas 
toral Theology, Rev. J. J. A. Proudfoot: Lecturers on 




Caven; Secretary and Treasurer, Rev. W. Reid, A.M. Ses 
sion opens first Wednesday of October, and closes iirst 
Wednesday of April. 

CONGREGATIONAL COLLEGE OF B. N. AMERICA, MONTREAL, 
affiliated with the McGill University. Chairman, Itev. 
H. Wilkes, D.D., LL.D. Treasurer, J. P. Clark. Secretary, 
Rev. Geo. Cornish, M.A. Directors: Revs. F. II. Marling, 
K. M. Fen wick, A. Duff, Ed. Ebbs, and J. Fraser; Messrs. 
C. Alexander, Henry Lyman, W. S. Goodhugb, J. Baylix, 
P. W. Wood, Henry Vennor, Wm. J. Patterson, J. C. Beere, 
Theo. Lyman, Thomas Fraser, and J. C. Barton. Theolo 
gical Course : three sessions, commencing in October. 
Literary Course, at McGill College, two sessions. Principal 
and Prof, of Theology, of Homiletics and Pastoral Theology, 
Rev. Hy. Wilkes, D D., LL.D.; Greek Testament Exegesis, 
Rev. George Cornish, M.A. ; Church History, 1-. 

REGIOPOUS COLLEGE. No return received. 

ECCLESIASTICAL SEMINARY OP OTTAWA. Very Rev. J. Ift 
Tabaret, V.G., O.M.I., Superior. Rev. F. Lepers. O.M.I., 
Professor of Moral Theology; Rev. M. Froc, O.M.I., Pro 
fessor of Dogmatical Theology and Ecclesiastical History. 
Number of Ecclesiastical Students, 22. 

COLLEGE OP OTTAWA. President : Very Rev. J. H. Taba 
ret, V.G., O.M.I. Procurator, Rev. H. F. Martens; Prefect 
of Studies, Rev. W. M. Bennett, O.M.I.; Prefect of Discip 
line, Rev. F. Chaborel, O.M.I. Professors : Rv. R. Barrett, 
O.M.I., Rev. A. Gladu, O.M.I., Rev. P. Riordsn, O.M.I., 
Rev. M. Balland, M.I., Rev. P. McDonagh, Rev. F. Le- 
comte, O.M.I., M. Foley, M. Corherg. No. of students, 160. 

ST. MICHAEL S COLLEGE. Rev. C. Vincent, Superior; 
Professors: Rev. R. Frachon, Dogmatic Theology, and 
Logic; Rev. M. J. Ferguson, Rhetoric and Bolles-letties; 
Rev. M. Mulcahy, 1st Latin Class and Holy Scripture; J. 
Foy, 2nd Latin Class; L. Brennan, 3rd Latin Class: D. A. 
Sullivan, 1st Commercial Class; P. Maddipan, 2nd Com 
mercial Class; P. Ryan, 3rd Commercial Class; E. Ken 
nedy, Mathematics and Drawing; Rev. P. Chalandard, 
French Language. Professors of Music: Rev. P. Chalan- 
dard and E. Murray. 

THE CANADIAN LITERARY INSTITUTE, WOODSTOCK. Hoard 
of Instruction : Rev. R. A. Fyfe, D.D,, Principal, and Prof, 
of Theology and Lecturer on Moral and Intellectual Philo 
sophy ; Rev. J. Crawford, Prof, of Biblical interpretation 
and Church History; J. E. Wells, A.M., Prof, of Latin and 
Greek; Jabez Montgomery, M.S., Pi of. of Mathematics and 
Lecturer on Natural Science; George Dickson, Teacher in 
junior Classics and English; Mrs. E. Hendrie, Matron and 
Governess ; Miss M. A. McGinn, Teacher of French and 
English; Mrs. C. B. Hankinson, Teacher in English Gram 
mar and junior Algebra; Mrs. Revel, Teacher of Instru 
mental Music. Executive Officers: E. V. Bodwell, M.P., 
President of the Board of Trustees ; R. W. Sawtell, Trea 
surer; Rev. John Bates, Secretary; H. T. Burtch, Chair 
man of the Executive Committee. The School is organized 



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with three departments, Primary, Higher and Theological. 
Into the Primary and Higher departments, both males and 
females are admitted. Young men are, in the Higher de 
partment, fitted for matriculation in Arts, Law or Medicine; 
and here students who have the Ministry in view also pur 
sue their studies, until they are prepared to take up Theo 
logical subjects with advantage. The Winter Term com 
mences on the first Wednesday in January and continues 
thirteen weeks. The Spring Term commenc s the second 
week of April. 

WESLEY AN FEMALE COLLEGE. In connexion with the 
Wesleyan Methodist Church. Incorporated 1861. Dine- 
tors: Kev. W. M. Punshon, M.A. ; E. Jackson; J. Lister; 
J. W. Rosebrugh, M.D. ; Rev. E. Wood, D.D., Toronto ; S. 
Morrill. London; Rev. S. Rose, Toronto; J. Breden, Kings 
ton; Rev. R Jones, Cobourg; A. Macallum, M.A.; Rev. E. 
Ryerson, D.D.. LL.D.; C. MuQuesten M.D.; Wm. Boice; E. 
Gnrney ; "John Lewis, Belleville; Rev. S. S. Nelles, D.D., 
Cobourg ; Wm. Anglin, Kingston ; T. Baxter, Wellington 
Square ; D. Moore ; George Roach ; Rev. S. D. Rice, D.D. 
Officers of the Board : E. Jackson, President ; C. McQues- 
ten, M.D., Vice-President; J. Lister, Treasurer; Rev. S. D. 
Rice, D.D., Secretary. Governor and Principal, Rev. S. D. 
lUce, D. D. Faculty of Instruction : Collegiate Depart 
mentRev. S. D. Rice, D.D., Mental Philosophy, Evi 
dences, and Nat. Theology; Rev. W. P. Wright, M.A., Pro 
fessor of Natural Sciences; Miss S. E. S. Rice, M.L.A., 
Mathematics. Miss M. 0. Allen, M E.L., English Litera 
ture. Academic Department Mrs. M. A. Wright, Miss 
J. P. Allison, M.E.L., Miss M. E. Stinson. li.E.L. Pre 
paratory Department Miss C. A. Robertso n, Miss Maria 
Hurlburt, Assistant. Modern Languages Mdl. S. Higgs, 
French ; Miss S. E. S. Rice, M.L.A., Italian; Herr J. Oscar 
Brueckner, German. Fine Arts Miss A. M. S Read, 
Drawing and Water Colors; Mrs. M. A. McCarthy, Oil 
Painting. Music R. S. Ambrose, Professor of Music ; 
Miss A. E. Booth, Miss Fannie Dunn, Miss S. E Drum- 
mond, Miss E. Ambiose, Miss H: M. Lincoln, M.E.L. 

COUNCIL OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION FOR ONTARIO. Rev. 
Egerton Ryerson, D.D., LL.D., Chief Superintendent of 
Education ; Most Rev. John J. Lynch, D.D., Archbishop of 
Toronto; Very Rev. DeanGrasett, B.D. ; Hon. Mr. Justice 
Morrison ; Re v. J. Jennings, D.D. ; Rev. J. Barclay, D.D. ; 



Hon. Wm. Mi: Master, and Ven. Archdeacon Fuller, D.D. 
Members fur tlin purposes of the Grammar School Act: 
Rev. John Mi-Caul, LL.D., President of University College, 
and the Presidents of the Colleges affiliated with the 
Toronto University. A. Marling, Recording Clerk. 

PROVINCIAL NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS, FOR THE IN 
STRUCTION AND TRAININO OF TEACHERS. Normal School : 
J. H. Sangster, M.A., M.D., Head Master ; Rev. H.W. Davies, 
B.D., Second Master ; J. George Hodgins, LL.D., Lecturer 
on the School Law of Ontario ; Samuel Clare, Teacher 
of Book-keeping and Writing ; William Armstrong, C. E., 
Drawing Master; H. F. Sefton, Teacher of Vocal Music; 
Major H. Goodwin, Teacher of Gymnastics and Calisthenics. 
Mitdd Schools, in which the Normal School Students i/ractise 
the, art of Teaching : J. Carlyle, M.D., Master of the Boys 
School; James Hughes, First Assistant; William Scott, 
Second Assist t; Mrs. Martha Cullen, Mistress of Girls 
School; C. E. McCausland, First Assist.; Louisa II. J^nes, 
Second Assistant; and the Teachers of Writing, Book-keep 
ing, Drawing, Music, Gymnastics and Calisthenics in the 
Normal School. The Sessions of the Normal School com 
mence on the 8th of January and 8th of August, and close 
on the 15th 01 June and loth of December in each year. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. Each of these Schools (which form 
the intermediate link between the Common Schools and 
the Universities) is managed by a Board of Trustees ,->i>- 
pointed jointly by the County and Town Councils. In 
cities, the Trustees are all appointed by the City Couric-ii, 
except where there is only one School in the county. The 
head master must be a graduate of a British or Colonial 
University, unless certificated and appointed beiort 18th 
September. 1865. Besides fees, local rates or contributions 
to the extent 01 half the government grant must be raised 
for the masters salary. The grant is payable to those 
schools only which attain a certain standard, and is cased 
on the average attendance of pupils in the prescribed 
studies. An extra grant is provided for masters utKing 
certain Meteorological observations and giving scientific 
knowledge preparatory to military instruction. Pupils 
attending these Schools are prepared for matriculation in 
the Universities. There were 101 Grammar School?, with 
6.608 pupils, in Ontario, in 1869. Rev. J. G. D. Mackenzie, 
M.A., Inspector of Grammar Schools. 



Acres, Jonathan W., L.R.C.P..... Pa.ris 

Ander&on. W. W Newmarket 

Baker, Alfred, B.A Vienna 

Ball, James H., M.A Thorold 

Bayly, Rev. Benjamin, A.B. ... London 

Bell, I. H.. B.A Streetsville 

Bigg, E. M., M.A Welland 

Blair, Rev. George, M.A Prescott 

Bogert, D. F., B A Napanee 

Bradbury, J. L., M.A Cornwall 

Bciggs, W. T., B.A Smith s Falls 

Bachan, J. M., M.A Hamilton 

Bart, C. A. G., B.A Orangeville 

Burdon, Alex Belleville 

Burgess, J. E., B.A Fergus 

Burns, Nelson, B.A Milton 

Cameron, J. Y., Jl.Jf...Drummondville 

Camidge, Charles Niagara 

Campbell, J., A.M. Newburgh 

Campbell, Daniel Grimsby 

Checkley, F. L., B.A Sarnia 

Christie, James, A.M. Richmond 

Colter, C. W., AB Dunnville 

Connor, J. W., B.A Renfrew 

Crawford, W. G., B.A Port Dover 

Crowle.E. T., M.A.,Ph.D. Bowmanville 
Cruickshank, Wm., A.M.... Smithville 

De LaMatter, Henry Fonthill 

Devitt, A., M.A Pakenham 

Dlxon, James B., M~A Peterboro 

Dobeon, Robert Bradford 

Dunn, J. M., B. \.,LL.B Guelph 

BTOB, L. II., B.A Brockville 

TNAT, Benjamin Kincardine 

COMMON SCHOOLS. Bach Township is divided into School 
Sections of a suitable extent for one School ; and in each of 
those Sections three Trustees are elected to manage its School 
sfiairs. In cities, towns, and villages, the schools are man 
aged by a Board of School Trustees, elected for the Muni 
cipality. There were 4,524 Common Schools, with 432,430 
pupils, in Ontario, in 1869. 



Masters of County Grammar Schools. 

Harcourt, R., B.A Cayuga 

Hart, Thomas, M.A Perth 

Hodgson, James Weston 

Hughes, J. H., M.A Markham 

Houghton, H. B., B.A Port Rowan 

Hunter, J. H., M.A Dundas 

Jamieson, Alex., B.A... Williamstown 
Jemmett. George, M.A... Collingwood 

Jolly, J. W Kemptville 

Johnston, James, B.A Windsor 

King, John St. Catharines 

Kirkland, Thomas, B.A Whitby 

Lafferty, A. M., ^.yl....Richmona Hill 

Lennox, D., B.A , LL.B. Picton 

Lnmsden, James, M.A Osborne 

Lumsden, Rev.W., Jtf.^.-.Vankleekhill 

Maogregor, Rev. J. G Elora 

Macgregor, C. J., M.A Stratford 

Marling, S. A., M.A Chatham 

McClatchie, Alfred, M.A Brighton 

McGregor, P. C., A.B Morrisburgh 

McNab, Rev. F. F., B.A L Orignal 

McPherson, Moseg, B.^i...FarmerBville 

Moore, John, B.A Norwood 

Muir, J. N., B.A Waterdown 

Murray, A., A.M Colborne 

Nason, W. R , B.A .....Scotland 

Nichols, W. M., B.A Manilla 

Ormiston, David, B.A Brantford 

Pepper, John, B.A Oakville 

Preston, James, B.A Goderich 

Purslow, Adam Port Hope 

Radeuhurst, G. A., B.A Metcalfe 



Reazin, Henry Lindsay 

Rennelson, W. H.. M.A Caledonia 

Robinson, George H., #..4...Brampton 

Ross, H. H Gauanoqxie 

Roy, James, A.B Cobourg 

Sargent, Rev. W. J., B.A... BeamsviUe 

Seath, John, B.A Oshawa 

Shaw, John Omemee 

Sim, Alexander OakwooU 

Sinclair, Wm., B.A Wardsville 

Slack, Henry L., M.A Arnpiior 

Smith, James. A.M. Pembroke 

Sotnerville, John St. Thomas 

Spotton, H. B., M.A Barrie 

Strang, H. I., B.A Owen Sound 

Stuart, Irwin, B.A Carleton Place 

Strauchon, George Woodstock 

Tamblyn, W. W., M.A Newcastle 

Tassie, William, M.A Gait 

Thorn, J. H., M.A Berlin 

Thomson, John, A.B. Uxbiidxe 

Thorburn, John, M.A Ottawa 

Turnbull, James, B.A Clinton 

Tytler, Wm., B.A St. Mary s 

Wadsworth, J. J., M.A Simcoe 

Whitney, W. A., M.A Irotiuois 

Wickson, Rev. A., LL.D Toronto 

Wiggins, C. F., B.A Stirling 

Wilkinson, W., .^4...Mount Pleasant 

Woods, S., M.A Kingston 

Wright, A. H., B.A Trenton 

Youmans, J. R., M~A Port Perry 

Young, R. W Strathroy 



PUBLIC SCHOOL LIBRARIES. Each School and Municipal 
Corporation, desirous of establishing Free Pnblic Libraries, 
is aided by the Educational Department granting 100 per 
cent, on local appropriations, and supplying books from the 
Depository in connexion with the Department. Up to the 
end of Dec. 1869, about 1,107 Libraries had been thus 
established, with 234,038 volumes. 



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EDUCATIONAL MUSEUM. Connected with the Educational 
Department is a Museum, containing specimens of School 
apparatus and furniture; a valuable collection of Italian, 
Dutch and Flemish Oil Paintings and Statuary casts and 
busts. The Museum is freely open to the public, from 
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

THE TOTAL NUMBER OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS of all 
kinds reported by the Educational Department as in ope 
ration in the Province of Ontario during 1869, was 4.923, 
attended by 443,160 pupils, and expending $2,273,903 in 
their support. 

Roman Catholic Institutions under charge of the Clergy of 

the Diocese of Toronto. 

Christian Brothers, 14 in number, conduct 5 Schools : St. 
Michael s, Richmond street ; St. Mary s, Bathurst street; 
St. Paul s, Power street; St. Patrick s, Dummer street; 
Academy, Nelson street, Brother Arnold, Director; average 
attendance 800. Convent and Academy of the Nuns of 
Loretto. Boarding school at Loretto Abbey, Wellington 
place, near Brock street: Rev. Mother Teresa Dease, Supe 
rioress; Religious, 18; Boarders, 50. Day School at the 
Convent, Bond street ; Mother Joseph, Superioress ; Reli 
gious, 22 ; Day pupils, 178. Free School, conducted by the 
Nuns of Loretto. on Bond street; average attendance 280. 
Sisters of St. Joseph. Mother Bernard, Superioress; Re 
ligious, 57, boarders, 52, day pupils, 40. The Sisterhood 
likewise conduct the following Schools: St. Basil s, St. 
Michaels, St. Paul s, Power street; St. Patrick s, Dummer 
street; St. Mary s, Bathurst street; average attendance, 
1,200. House oj Providence, Mother Antoinette, Superior 
ess; Religious, 20 ; Orphans. 240 ; Old and Infirm. 110. Deaf 
and Dumb Institution. Sisters St. Joseph; pupils 12. Con 
vent of Our Lady of Peace, Niagara Falls. Mother Regis, 
Superioress; Religious, 12; boarders, 45, day pupils, 160; 
Rev. J. Michel, Chaplain. Convent of St. Joseph, Barrie. 
Five Relisrious visit the sick and poor, and keep a Free 
School of 225 children ; Mother Bernard, Superioress. 
Convent or /St. Joseph, Oshawa. Six Religious visit the sick 



and poor, and keep a Select School, arev.-i^e attendance 30, 
and a Free School, average attendance 101 ; M< thw Philo- 
mena, Superioress. Convent of St. Jn^ph, St. Catharines. 
Eleven Religious visit the sick and t>oor. and kerp a Select 
School, average attendance 60, and a Fro? Scnool lor girls, 
average attendance, 5SO; Sister Teresa, Superioress. St. 
Nicholas Hotel, for working boys, Stanley street; Mother 
M. Louisa. Superioress. Convent of the M lit Precious Blood, 
Toronto; Mother St. Joseph. Superioress, 7 nuns, 2 postu 
lants. Recapitulation, Diocese of Toronto Priests, 44; 
Churches, 54 ; Colleges, 1 ; Academies, 6. Catholic popu 
lation, 60,000. 

Under the superintendence of the Council of Public Instruc 
tion, Province of Quebec. 

JACQUES-CARTIER NORMAL SCHOOL MONTREAL. M. 1 abbe 
H. Verreau, Principal, Professor and Director of Students 
Boarding School; J. 0. Cassegr.-iin, Ordinary Professor; 
M. Tabbe Routhier, Maitre d Etude; Dom. Boudrias and 
and William Fahey, Associate Professors and Teachers of 
Boys Model School ; and Messrs. Brauneis, Fraugois J.V. 
Regnaud, and J. Qodin, Associate Professors, 

McGiLL NORMAL SCHOOL, MONTREAL. Wm. Hicks, M.A., 

Principal and Associate Professor ; Ordinary 

Professor; Pierre J. Darey, M.A., Associate Professor; and 
Messrs. James McGregor, B.A., Jas Duncan, R. S. Fowler, 
and John Andrew, Instructors. 

LAVAL NORMAL SCHOOL, QUEBEC. M l ahb<i Chamlonnet, 
Principal, Ordinary Professor, and Director of the Stu 
dents Boarding School ; M. 1 abbe Carri -r, Master of dis 
cipline and associate professor ; V. X. Tonssaint and N. 
Lacasse, Ordinary Professors; M. 1 abbe L. A. Deziel, 
Master of Studies, Ernest Gagnon and Norbert Thibault, 
Associate Professors; J. B. Cloutier and 1). McSweeny, 
Associate Professors and Teachers of Boys Model School. 
The Ladies of the Ursuline Convent have charge of the 
Boarding department of the female teacher-pupil*, and 
attend to part of the Normal School teaching, and the 
Girls Model School. 



INSTITUTION FOE THE DEAF AND DUMB. 



ONTARIO INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB, BELLE 
VILLE. Principal : W. J. Palmer (late Principal of the 
North Carolina Institution for the Dt-af and Dumb and 
th<* Blind). Teachers: J. B. McGann, D K. Coleman, Mr. 
Green (deaf mute), Mrs. Terrill. Slnvard: Ang. Christie 
Matron: Mrs. Keegan. Physician: . House 
keeper: . 

All deaf mute youths of both sexes between the ages of 
seven and nineteen, not being deficient in intellect, and free 
from contagious disease, being residents of the Province of 
Ontario, are admitted into the Institution. 

The period of education and instruction for any pupil 
does not exceed se^en years, and no pupil can remain in 
the Institution after the age of twenty-one, unless under 
special and extraordinary circumstances. 

The regular annual School Session commences on the 
first Wednesday in September each year, and continues till 
the last Wednesday in June; applications for admission 
must be made in good time to ensure the pupil reception 
at the commencement of the Session. After the first year, 
no applications for admission will be received after the first 
Wednesday in September, except in special and extraordi 
nary cases. 

Parents, guardians, or friends, who are able to pay for 
the board of pupils, are charged the cost of food only, which 
amount is determined and fixed at the beginning of each 



Session, half of which amount is to be paid in advance 
and the other half before the close of the Session. 

Parents, guardians or friends, who are unable to pay for 
the board of pupils, must apply to the Councils of the 
c liinty, township, city, town or incorporated village iu 
which they reside, and the clerk of the municipality shall 
make application to the Inspector or Princip.il for the 
admission of such pupils into the Institution ; and the 
admission will be awarded on the municipality becoming 
responsible for board, in accordance with the terms of the 
Institution. The whole question in resp :ct to the inability 
of the applicants to pay, to be determined by such munici 
pality, without reference to the Government or the officers 
of the Institution. 

Parents, guardians or friends, who are able to pay for the 
board of pupils, will make direct application to the Prin 
cipal for admission into the Institution. 

Indigent orphans will be boarded, clothed and educated 
at the expense of the Government, on tho application for 
admission of the municipal corporation in which the 
orphan resides, with the certificate of the wardon, reeve 
or mayor, and the county judge, attached. Travelling 
expenses of such pupils, to arid from the Institution, to be 
defrayed by such municipality. 

This Institution comes under the supervision of J. W., 
Langmuir, Insp. of Asylums, Prisons, &c. for Ont., Toronto. 



EIFLE ASSOCIATION. 



ONTARIO RIFLE ASSOCIATION. Patron: His Excellency 
Wm. P. Howland, C.B., Lieut.-Governor of the Province 
of Ontario. President : C. S. Gzowski. Vice-Presidents : 
Judge Macdonald, Guelph ; Lieut.-Col. Skinner, Hamil 
ton; Lieut.-Col. Boulton. Cobourg; Hon. J. S. Macdonald, 
Cornwall. Treasurer: Major W. Norcutt Alger, Toronto. 
Sf.cretary : Major T. C. Scoble, Toronto Auditors : Major 
W. D. Otter, Toronto; J. J. Mason, Hamilton. Council: 
Capt. McClenaehan, Woodstock ; Major McKellar, Chat 
ham; Liout. Colonel Ross, Goderich; Judge Macdonald, 



Gtielph; C. S. Gzowsli. Toronto; Lieut.-Col. Fairbanks, 
Oshawa; Lieut. Colon<l Skinner, Hamilton; Major Croft, 
Toronto; Lieut Colonel Boulton, Cobourg; Capt. Webb, 
Brighton; Captain Werner, Kingston; Rev. V. Clementi, 
Poterboro ; Lieut. Colonel Buell, Brockville; Hon. J. S. 
Macdonald, Cornwall; Lieut. Colonel Forrest, Ottawa; 
Major Gemmil, Almonte. Ex-officio : the Deputy Adju 
tants General of Ontario ; the Brigade-Majors of the Pro 
vince of Ontario; the Presidents of Affiliated Associations 
or Clubs. 



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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, DOMINION OF CANADA. 



GENERAL POST OFFICE. 

Postmaster General. Hon. Alex. Campbell ; Deputy Post 
master General, Wm. II. Griffin ; Accountant, H. A. Wick- 
steed; Secretary, Wm. White; Superinten t Money Order 
Branch. P. LeSueur; .Superinten t Savings Batik Branch, 
J. C. Stewart ; Cashier, John Ashworth. Clerks of First 
Class E. C. Hayden, R. Oliver, H. S. Weatherley, J. T. 
McCuaig, J. Audette. C. W. Jenkins. W. H. Sniithson, 
Wm. D. LeSueur. Clerks of Second Class J. Brophy, 
J. Boyd. R. H. Benjamin, B. King, G. H. Hargrave, H. J. 
Oarrett, W. S. Thomas, D. Matbeson. Clerks of Third 
Class J. Plunkett, P. E. Bucke. W. Berry, 0. Frechette, 
J. McNab, J. C. Patterson, C. Roger, E. G. Bennett, D. 
Spry, J McDougall, G. O Donohoe, R. J. Shaw. Clerks 
of Fourth Class Arthur Lindsay, C. J. Higgins, G. M. 
Patrirk. It Blanchet, John Walsh, S. Bnrnham, E.Clarke, 
Charles Sungster, A. J. Boswell, M, K. Dunlevie, R. Oliver, 
W. A. Maiutry, D. McCarthy, E H. Fletcher, H. G. Hop- 
kirk. Probationary Clerks R. Macdonald, A. W. Throop. 
Office Keeper George Ranee. 

Ocean Mail Service. Book-keeper, Robert Sinclair. 

Law and Bill Stamp Branch. Book-keeper, H. W. Griffin. 

Inspection Branch. John Dewe. Chief Inspector ,0ttawa ; 
Arthur Wondgate, Nova Scotia Division, Halifax; John 
McMillan, New Brunswick Division, St. John; W.G. Shep- 
pard, Quebec Division, Quebec; E. F. King, Montreal Di 
vision, Montreal ; Robert W. Barker, Kingston Division, 
Kingston ; M. Sweetnaoj, Toronto Division, Toronto; G. E. 
Griffin, London Division, London. 

LETTER RATES. 

Letters posted in Canada addressed to any place within 
Che Dominion pass, if prepaid, for 3 cents per J^ oz., but if 
posted unpaid such letters are charged 5 cents per % oz. 

On Letters to Prince Edward Island, the rate is 3 cents 
per Y<i oz. if prepaid, 5 cents if unpaid. 
The rate on letters for the U. States, is 6 cents per ~% oz - 

" to Cuba 13 cents per % oz. 

United States letters 6 cents if prepaid, 10 cents if unpaid. 

Th-a rate of postage on letters to British Columbia and 
Vaucocver s Island is 6 cents per % oz., which must be 
prepaid. An additional charge is made on these letters 
on delivery, for sea postage on the Pacific side. Newspa 
pers 2 cents each, Books 4 cents per 4 oz. 

Red River letters 6 cents per % oz. ; newspapers 2 cents 
each, or commuted rate if from Ked River to regular sub 
scribers in Canada. No correspondence can be forwarded 
to Red River unless prepaid by postage stamp. 

MAILS FOR CANADA FROM ENGLAND. 

Two Ocean Steamers carrying mails for Canada leave 
Liverpool in each week, viz. : a Canadian Packet on every 
Thursday, via Derry on Friday, sailing to Quebec in sum 
mer and Portland in Winter, by which the Postage rate 
is 3d. stg. per % oz. ; and a Cunard Packet every Satur 
day, via Cork on Sunday, bringing Mails for Canada to 
New York, by which the Postage rate to Canada is 4d. stg. 
per % oz. 

A Canadian Packet leaves Liverpool every alternate 
Saturday for Halifax, calling at Qaeenstown en route. 
Postage 3d. stg. per % *-i same as by Canadian Packet to 
Quebec or Portland. 

The British Post Office forwards letters to Canada by the 
first packet sailing after the letter is posted, unless the 
letters bear a special direction" By Canadian Packet" or 
" By British Packet" and in that case they are kept over 
for the Packet designated. "By Canadian Mail" is not a 
distinctive superscription ; for any Mail for Canada is a 
" Canadian Mail," by whatever Packet forwarded. 

WEST INDIES, AUSTRALIA, CHINA, 40., VIA NEW TORE. 

West Indies (British) letters 13 cents per J^ oz,, news 
papers 4 cents each. (Foreign) letters 21 cents per % oz., 
newspapers 6 cents each. Books (British only) 8 cents 
per 4 oz. Australian Colonies, letters 15 cents per J/ oz. ; 
newspapers, 4 cents; printed matter, 8 cents perH oz. 
Brazil, letteis 13 cents per J^ oz. ; newspapers, 4 cents ; 
printed matter, 8 ceuts per 4 OB. China and Japan, 13 
cents perj^oz.; newspapers, 4 cents; printed matter, 8 
cents per 4 o*. 

Letters, &c., prepaid for transmission, via New York, 
are forwarded direct on New York with every mail made 
up for that Post Office ; whence West Indian mails are 
despatched as follows : 

E 



For Havana and the West Indies, via Havana, every 
Thursday afternoon. 

For St. Thomas, the West Indies, and Brazil, on the 
23rd of every moath. 

Letters for the West Indies, British aad Foreign, are 
also sent via Halifax and Bermuda; postage 12 cents par 
% oz., newspapers 2 cents each ; books, 6 cents per 4 oz. 

No unpaid correspondence can be forwarded by this 
route. 

REGISTRATION OF LETTERS. 

Persons posting Letters containing value, should ba 
careful to require them to bo registered, and to obtain from 
the Post Master a Certificate ot receipt for Registration. 

The charge for Registration, in addition to the Postage, 
is as follows, viz.: 

On Letters to any other place in Canada, or Bri 
tish North America ---------2 cents. 

On Letters lor the United States 5 " 

On Letters for the United Kingdom 8 " 

OB Letters for British Colonies or Possessions, 

sent via England ---16 " 

On Letters for France and other Foreign Countries, via 

Franw (see Table). 

On parcels, patterns, or samples, in Canada, 5 cents 
On book packets and newspapers to United Kingdom, 

8 cents. 

Both the postage charge and registration fee must in all 
cases be prepaid. 

Registration is not an absolute guarantee against the 
miscarriage or loss of a Letter ; but a Registered Letter 
can be traced when an Unregistered Letter cannot, and the 
posting and delivery or non-delivery can be proven. A 
Registered Letter ie thus secured against many of the 
casualties which, from incorrect address, forgetfulness of 
the receiver, or other error, may affect an. Unregistered 
Letter. 

MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES. 

The charge on Parcels by the Parcel Post, which is limited 
to places within the Dominion, is 12% cents per 8 oz. (with 
5 cts. additional if Registered.) . 

One cent per oz., payable in advance by Postage stamp, 
is the rate on Printed Circulars (Printed Circulars, if sent 
in envelopes, whether sealed or unsealed, are liable to letter 
postage), Prices Current, Hand Bills and other Printed 
Matter of a like character, and on Books, bound or unbound, 
when posted at a Canadian Post Office addressed to any 
place in the Dominion of Canada, British North America 
generally, or the United States. 

The postage upon Prices Current addressed to the United 
Kingdom is two cents each, which must be prepaid by 
postage stamps, or they will be sent to the Dead Letter 
Office to be returned to the senders. 

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 

Newspapers published in Canada may be sent by Post 
from the office of publication, addressed to any place in 
Canada, at the following rates, if paid quarterly in, advance 
by either the publisher at the post office where the papers 
are posted, or by subscriber at the delivering post office : 

For a paper published 6 times a week, 30 cents per quarter. 
3 15 u 

2 " 10 " " 

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When the above rates are not paid in advance by either 
publisher or subscriber, such Papers are charged one cent 
each on delivery. 

TRANSIENT NEWSPAPERS, 

Transient, Newspapers that is to say, Canadian News 
papers posted otherwise than from the office of publica 
tion, and American or British papers posted or re-posted 
in Canada, must be prepaid 2 cents each, by postage stamp, 
or they cannot be forwarded except only British News 
papers distributed to regular subscribers by Canadian 
Booksellers or News Agents such papers pass free as they 
would do if received in the Canadian Packet Mails. 

NEWSPAPERS BY MAIL FROM ENGLAND OR UNITED STATES. 

Newspapers received from England by the Canadian, 
and Cunard Packet Mails, are delivered without furthor 
charge. 

United States Newspapers, brought by mail into Canada, 
to regular subscribers, are charged one cent each on deli 
very, transient papers 2 cents each. 

[65] 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 



[1871. 



BRITISH AND FOREIGN POSTAGE TABLE 

Showing the. amount of Postage upm Litters, Newspapers, and Book Packets, forwarded 6# Canadian Mail Steamers, 
to the United Kingdom, and, through the United Kingdom to the undermentioned Colonies and f\>reign Cuiitriri. 



COUNTRIES, ETO. 


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38 
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Ascension nr 


Australia, South 


An-tr lia, Western 


Austria 




*Baden 


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Brazil n r 


Bremen 






Canary Islands 


Cape de Verds 




Ceylon 


Cbiii n r 


Cbina-(ex.Hong Kong)nr 


Costa Kica n r 


Cuba n r 






Ecuador nr 


Egypt (Alexandria, Cairo 


England 


Falkland Islands 




France 


Frankfort 


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[66] 



1871.] 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 



or 



Bransu AND FOREIGN POSTAGE TABLE Continued. 



COUNTRIES, ETC. 


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16 
18 
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44 
56 
80 
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58 
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44 
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56 
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10 
6 
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8 
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6 
8 
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13 
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21 
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32 
28 
32 
24 
16 
32 
21 
24 
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28 
24 
32 
24 
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32 
24 
24 
28 
32 
32 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
28 
32 
24 

24 


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42 
48 
48 
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42 
42 
48 
36 
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36 
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48 
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70 
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80 
40 
70 
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60 
60 
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60 
40 
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Oldenburg 


* Papal plates 


Peuang 


Peru nr 


Poland 


Porto Rico nr 


Porlural 


Prussia 


Queensland 


Keuss 


*Rhodes 


*Ronie 


Russia 


St Helena : 


*Salonioa 


*Samnoun 


Saxe Altenburg, Saxe Co- 
burg Gotha, Saxe Mein- 
ingen, Suxe AVeimer, 
Saxonv, Schaum. Lippe, 
Sshwartzb. Rudolstadt. 
Schwart. Sonderhausen 
Scotland 


Scutari 


Seres 


Sierra Leone 


Singapore 


*Sinyrna 


Spain 


Surinam 


Sweden 


Switz- ( via Belgium ... 
*erland { via France 
Syria n r 


Tasmania 


Tchesme 


Tenedos 


*Trebizond 


Tnltcha 


Tunis 


* Varna 


Venezuela nr 


Victoria 


V/allachia 


West Indies, British 
West Indies, Foreign, n r 
(except places specified)! 



In all cases the postage must be prepaid. Letters for 
the United Kingdom, it posted unpaid or insufficiently paid 
will be forwarded, but they will be charged on delivery 
with the amount of deficient postage, and a fine of three 
pence sterling. 

Letters may be registered to all places, except those the 
names of which are followed by the letters n r, indicating 
that on registration can be effected. 

The Registration Fee on letters addressed to the United 
Kingdom, is 8 cents each. In all other cases the Registra 
tion Fee is 16 cents from Canada to the place of destina 
tion; except in those cases where an asterisk is prefixed 
when a Registration Fee of 8 cents each letter, and a post 
age of 4 cents per half ounce must be collected; to this 
must be added double the ordinary rate of postage as given 
in this table. 

Upon Letters, Newspapers, and Book Packets forwarded 
through the United States the following additional rates 
must be collected, viz., 2 cents per half ounce for Letters, 
2 cents eacn for Newspapers, and 2 cents per four ounces 
for Book Packets. 

On Book Packets not exceeding one ounce in weight, 
addressed to the United Kingdom, the postage is 2 cents; 
on Book Packets weighing more than one oui.ce, the pro 
gressive rates ot postage will be found in the table below. 



All Book Packets must be open at bnth ends, or both sides 
to allow of the inspection of the contents. 

PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS. 

The rate on all Periodicals, other than Newspapers, pass 
ing by mail in Canada, save such as may be addressed to 
or received from the United Kingdom, is one cent. pr4 o/. 
weignt of package, rontxiniiig periodical matter, whether 
the prtckage contain one or more numbers. 

Any fraction of 4 <> L. to be charged (is a full rate. 

No periodicals whatever, excent exchanges, (t. t, peri 
odicals, passing betwt en publishers in CKiind.t. snd between 
publishers in Canada and publishers in the United States 
Prince Edward Island, or Newfoundland) aro entitled to 
exemption fiom postage. 

Transient Periodical matter posted in Canada must in 
all cases be prepaid by Postage Stamp. 

The above rate will be payable on delivery on all Peri 
odical matter received from the United States, except that 
Canadian Kditors may receive Exchange Periodicals froia 
the United States free of Canadian Postage. 

Periodicals, printed and published in Canada, may ba 
posted addressed to any place in the United Kingdom by 
Canadian Packet, on prepayment by Postage Stamp of two 
eents each number. 



[67] 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 



[1871. 



No package of peiiodiculs can be sent through tlie Post, 
if it exceed 4 Ib. iu weight. 

POSTAGE BATES ON MISCELLANEOUS MATTER. 

Patterns or samples of merchandise and poods for sale, 
not exceeding 24 oz. in weight, may bo posted in Canada 
to be forwarded to any place within the Dominion, on pre 
payment by postage stamp of a rate of 1 cent, per ounce, 
under the following regulations: 

Patterns or samples must be sent in covers open at the 
ends, so as to be easy of examination. Samples however 
of seed*, drugH, and so forth, which cannot be sent in open 
covers, may be enclo.-ed in bags of linen or other material, 
fastened in such a manner that they may be readily 
opened; or in bags entirely closed, provided that they be 
transparent, so that the officers of the Post Office may b^ 
able to satisfy themselves as to the nature of the contents. 

The Packet may bear on the outside the address of the 
sender, iu addition to the address of the person for whom 
it may be intended ; also a trade mark and numbers, and 
the price of the article enclosed; inside, there must be no 
enclosure but the samples or patterns themselves ; the 
particulars however of the trade marks, numbers and price, 
may be marked on the articles themselves, instead of on 
the outside of the Packet, at the option of the sender. 

Any sample or pattern Packet containing a letter, or 
otherwise violating the conditions of the preceding rules, 
will be rated and treated 1 as a letter. 

The rate of one cent, per ounce is to be pre-paid by 
postage stamp, and, if such rate be not fully pre-paid by 
the stamps affixed, the Packet is to be rated with the defi 
cient postage and a fine of five cents in addition. 

Packets of samples and patterns may be registered on 
,pre-payment by postage stamp of a registration fee of 5 
cents in addition to the postage rate, and provided such 
Packets be handed in to the post office for registration. 

No Packet of samples or patterns must exceed 24 oz. 

These regulations apply only to the- transmission of 
Packets of samples and patterns within the Dominion of 
Canada, and will not ia any manner interfere with the 
regulations governing the exchange of samples and pat 
terns with the United Kingdom, or with the foreign coun 
tries to which the same advantage extends, namely, 
franco, Belgium, Italy, German States, Netherlands, Por 
tugal, Switzerland, and Denmark. 

Book and newspaper manuscript, and printers proof- 
>sheets (whether corrected or not), maps, prints, drawings, 
engravings, photographs when not on glass or in cases 
containing glass, and sheet music (whether printed or 
written), may pass in covers open at the ends or sides, and 
provided that no letter, or other communication intended 
to serve the purpose of a letter, be enclosed therein, on 
pre-paymont, when posted in Canada, by postage stamp of 
the ordinary printed matter rate of one cent, per ounce; 
or upon payment of that rate on delivery of such matter 
when received in the mails from the United States. 

POSTAGE OF BOOKS, PATTERNS AND SAMPLES. 

Patterns of merchandise, and samples, may be forwarded 
between Canada and the United Kingdom, France, Italy, 
German States, Netherlands, Portugal, Switzerland, aud 
Denmark, by the Canadian Packet mails, at book post rates, 
;and subject to the following conditions: 

There must be no writing or printing other than the 
address of the person for whom the packet is intended, the 
manufacturer s or trade mark and number, and price of 
the article. 

Any infringement of the above regulations will render 
the packet liable to be treated and charged as a letter. 

Samples of seeds, drugs, and similar articles intended 
for delivery within the United Kingdom, are now allowed 
to be sent in bags entirely closed, provided such bags be 
transparent, so that the officers of the Post Office may be 
able to satisfy themselves of the contents. 

The rule which prohibited the transmission through the 
Post, as patterns, of articles of cutlery, &c., has been res 
cinded; and scissors, knives, razors, forks, steel pens, 
nails, keys, watch machinery, metal tubing, pieces of 
metal or ore, and such like articles, are now allowed to be 
forwarded by the Post as samples, provided they be packed 
aud guarded in so secure a manner as to afford complete 
protection to the contents of th mail bags, and to the 
persons of the officers of the Post Office. Such articles, 
however, must be so packed that they may be easily 
examined ; aud it is made a rule that any packet contain 
ing such articles, which may be found to be insufficiently 
guarded, shall not be forwarded through the Post. 

.None of the articles named in the next preceding para 



graph may b sent as patterns or samples to any place 
abroad, except Germany, Belgium, and the British Colo 
nies, and not to these places when addressed via France. 

PATTERNS, LIMIT OF SIZE AND WEIGHT. 

The limits of weight and size aie as follows: 

If for Canada. 24 oz. ; the United Kingdom, 24 oz.; 
France, 36 oz. ; Germany, 8 oz.; the Kingdom of Italy, 
36 oz. Belgium, 8 oz. ; the Netherlands, 16 oz.; Portugal, 
16 oz. the Azores, 16 oz ; Madeira. 16 oz ; Cape de Verds, 
16 oz. Denmark, 48 oz.; Switzerland, 48 oz.; Kussia, 8 oz., 
Poland, 8 oz. ; Greece, 48 oz. 

If for Canada or the United Kinjrdom, 24 inches in 
length and 12 inches in breadth or depth. If for France, 
Portugal, the Azores, or Madeira, 18 inches in length and 
12 inches in breadth or depth. If for Germany, the King 
dom of Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, or 
Switzerland, 24 inches in length and 12 inches in breadth 
or depth, Greece, 24 inches in length and 12 inches in 
width or debth. 

Any infringement of the conditions laid down will ren 
der the packet liable to be treated aud charged as a letter. 

Bags entirely closed, even though they may be trans 
parent, must not be used for the transmission of seeds to 
foreign parts. 

No prints or printed matter will be allowed to pass by 
book post between the United Kingdom and Canada, un 
less printed on paper, parchment or vellum. 

MONEY ORDERS IN ONTARIO, QUEBEC, AND NEW BRUNSWICK. 

All the Money Order Post Offices in Ontario, Quebec and 
New Brunswick, are authorized to draw Money Orders on 
each other for any sum up to $100, and for as many Orders 
of $100 each as the Applicant may require, upon the fol 
lowing terms, viz.: in Ontario and Quebec, 

On Orders up to $10 5 cents. 

Over $10 and up to $20 10 do. 

Do. 20 do. 40 -.---- 20 do. 

Do. 40 do. 60 30 do. 

Do. 60 do. 80 40 do. 

Do. 80 do. 100 50 do. 

In New Brunswick, the rate of commission is 5c. for each 
$10 or fraction thereof. 

MONET ORDERS ON THE UNITED KINGDOM. 

The Money Order Offices throughout the Dominion also 
draw upon all the Money Order Offices in England, Ireland 
and Scotland, and the Channel Islands, for any sum up to 
10 sterling, and grant as many Orders for 10 sterling 
each as may bo needed to make up the amount to be 
remitted. The terms are as under : 

On Orders up to 2 $0 25 

" over 2 and up to 5 50 

" over 5 " 7 75 



over 7 



10 



1 00 



MO.VET ORDERS ON THE LOVER PROVINCES. 



The Money Order Offices In Ontario, Quebc and New 
Brunswick, draw also upon the Money Order Offices in 
Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland. 
The Orders, like those of the United Kingdom, are made 
payable in sterling money, and for sums up to 10 ster 
ling. The terms are : 

For Orders up to 5 - - - - 25 cents. 

" over 5, and up to 10 - - - 50 cents. 

The Money Order Post Offices are furnished with Lists 
of all the Money Order Offices in the United Kingdom, 
Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick. Prince Ed 
ward Island, and Newfoundland; and the Postmasters are 
instructed to afford every information in their power, in 
respect of the places upon which they draw, together with 
any other information relating to such issues as the in 
tending Remitters may desire. 

POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANKS. 

The Post Office Savings Banks, established by statute 
in the first session of the Parliament of the Dominion, 
commenced operations in Ontario aud Queouc on the let 
April, 1868. 

The direct security of the Dominion is given by the 
statute for all deposits made. 

At each Savings Bank Post Office the regulations 
may be read by the public, giving full information with 
respect to the mode of depositing and withdrawing money, 
and these regulations are printed on the cover of the Pass 
Book supplied to each depositor. 

Any person may nave a deposit account, and deposits 
are received daily, during the ordinary hours of Post 
Office business, of any number of dollars, from $1 up to 



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$300, the total amount which can be received from a 
depositor in any one year, except in cases to be specially 
authorized by the Postmaster General. 

The Postmasters of Savines Bank* will act as agents 
for the receipt of the money deposited tor transmission to 
the Postmaster General, and for the payment by the 
Postmaster General of money withdrawn by depositors. 

Each depositor is supplied with a pass book, and the 
Bums paid in, or withdrawn, are entered therein by the 
Postmaster receiving or paving the same. In addition, a 
direct receipt for each amount paid in, is sent to the depo 
sitor from the Postmaster General, and the Postmaster 
General will issue a cheque, payable at any Post Office 
Sivings Bank desired, for any sum withdrawn. 

Every depositor s account is thus kept with the Post 
master Cleneral. and a depositor may pay into his or her 
account with the Post Office Savings Batik, at any of the 
Savings Bank Post Offices which at the time may best suit 
his convenience, and may exercise the same choice in 
drawing out money, subject only to the obligation of pro 
ducing the pass book, in proof of identity whenever pay- 
ins; in or drawing out money. 

Interest st the rate of 4 per cent, per annum is allowed 
01 deposits lying in the ordinary deposit accounts, but 
when ,a depositor has 3100 deposited, he or she may request 
the Postmaster General to transfer this sum to a special 
account, and will then receive a certificate of such special 
$10. dep Bit, bearing interest at 5 per cent, per annum. 

Postin igters are forbidden by law to disclose the name 
of any (.( posilor, or the amount of any sum deposited or 
withdrawn. 

No charge will be made to depositors on paying in, or 
drawing nut money, nor for postage on communications 
with the Postmaster General in relation thereto. 

The Postmaster General will he always ready to receive 
and attend to all applications, complaints, or o;her com 
munications addressed to him by depositors or others, 
relative to Post Office Savings Bank mutters. 

PENAL CLAUSES. 

To steal, embezzle, secrete or destroy any post letter 
shall be felony ; punishable in the discretion of the court 
by imprisonment in the Penitentiary, for not less than 
three nor morn than five years; unless such post letter 
contains any chattel, money or valuable security, in which 
case the offence shall be punishable by imprisonment in 
the Peuit^utury for life, or for a period not less than five 
years. 

To steal a post let.ti r bag, or a post letter from a post 
Setter bag, or a post leiter from any post office, or from any 
officer or person employed ia the Canada post office, or 
from a mail or to stop a mail with intent to rob or search 
the same shall be felony; punishable by imprisonment 
ia the Penitentiary for life, or for a period not less than 
five years. 

To opeu unlawfully any post letter bag nr unlawfully 
to take any letter nut of such bag shall be felony ; punish 
able by imprisonment in said Penitentiary for five years. 
To Hteal, embezzle or secrete any parcel sent by parcel 
post, or any article contained in any such parcel, shall be 
I t-lony ; punishable by imprisonment in the Penitentiary 
tor a. period of not less than three year*. 

To receive any poet letter, or post letter bag, or any 
chattel, money, or valuable security, parcel or other thing, 
tUB Rtcalinir, takitig. secreting or embezzling whereof is 
hereby mack felony, knowing the same to have been felo 
niously stolen, taken, secreted or embezzled, shall ba 
iclony ; punishable by imprisonment in the Penitentiary 
for any term not less than rive years, and the offender 
jiiny bj indicted and convicted either as an accessory after 
tho fact or for a substantive felony, and in the latter case 
whether the principal felon hath or hath not been pre 
viously convicted, or is or is not amenable to justice. And 
howevtr such receiver be convicted, the offence shall be 
punishable iis aforesaid. 

To forgo, counterfeiter imitate any postage stamp issued 
f>r used under the authority of this act, or by or under 
the authority of tho government or proper authority of 
the United Kingdom, or of any British North American 
Province, or of any Foreign Country, or knowingly to 
use any such forger!, counterfeited or imitated stamp, 
or to engrave, cut, sink or make any plate, die, or other 
thing \\lieivb_y to forge, counterfeit or imitate such stamp 
or any part or portion thereof, or to have possession of 
any mich plate, die or other thing as aforesaid, excfpt by 
the permission in writing of ths Postmaster General, or of 
r.oia ollicer or perstn who, under regulations made in 



that behalf, may lawfully grant &uch permission, or to 
forge, counterfeit or unlawfully imitate, use or affix, to or 
upon any letter or packet, any stamp, signature, initials 
or other mark or sign purporting that such letter or 
packet ought to pass free of postage, or at a lower rate of 
postage, or that the postage thereon or any part thereof 
hath boen prepaid or ought to be paid by or charged to 
any person, department or party whomsoever, shall be 
felony? punishable by imprisonment in the Penitentiary 
for life, or for a period not less han five years, and to such 
felony all the provisions of any Act respecting Forgery 
shall apply as if such offence were made felony under that 
act. in so far as the provisions thereof are not inconsistent 
with this Act, and the accessories to any such offenco sha .l 
bn punishable accordingly. 

To forge, counterfeit or imitate any p^st office money 
order, or advice of such money order, or post office savings 
bank depositor s book, or authority of the Postmaster 
General for repayment of a post office savings bank depo 
sit, or of any part there .f, or any signature or writing in 
or upon any post office money order, money order advice, 
post office savings bank depositor s bo"k, or authority of 
Post muster General, for repayment of a post office savings, 
bunk deposit, or any part, thereof, with intent to defraud, 
shall be a felony; punishable by imprisonment in the 
Penitentiary for any term not IPSS than two years ami not 
exceeding seven years, and the accessories to any such 
offence shall be punishable accordingly. 

To enclose in or with any leiter. packet or other mail- 
able matter sent by post, or to put into any post, office any 
explosive, dtngerous or destructive substance* or liquid. 
or any matter or thing likely to injure any letter or other 
mailable matter, or the person of any officer or servant of 
the post office, shall be a misdemeanor, unless such offence 
is or shall be by law constituted a crime of greater 
magnitude. 

To enclose a letter or letters, or any writing intended to 
serve the purpose of a letter, in a parcel posted for the 
parcel poet, or in a packet of samples or patterns posted to 
pass at the rate of postage applicable to samples and pat 
terns, or to inclose a letter or any writing to serve the 
purpose of a letter, or to enclose any other thing, in a 
newspaper posted to pass as a newspaper, at the rate of 
postage applicable to newspapers (except in the case of the 
accounts and receipts of newspaper publishers, which ara 
permitted to pass folded within the newspapers sent by 
them to their subscribers), or to enclose a letter or any 
writing intended to serve the purpose of a letter in any 
mail matter sent by post not being a letter, shall in each. 
case he an offence punishable by a penalty of not less than 
ten and not exceeding forty dollars in each case. 

To remove with fraudulent intent from any letter, news 
paper or other mailable nutter, sent by post, any postage 
stamp which shall have been affixed thereon or wilfully 
with intent aforesaid remove from any postage stamp 
which shall have been previously used, any mark which 
shall have been made thereon at any post office, shall be 
a misdemeanor. 

It shall not be lawful for any person other than a post 
master to exercise the business of selling postage stamps 
or stamped envelopes to the public, unless duly licensed 
so to do by the Postmaster General and under such condi 
tions as he may prescribe: and any person who shall 
violate this provision lij selling postage stamps or stamped 
envelopes to the public without a license from the Post 
master General, shall, on conviction before a justice of the 
peace, incur a penalty of not exceeding forty dollars for 
each offence. 

If any person wilfully or imlidouslv injures or destroys _ 
any street letter box, pillar box. or other receptacle estab 
lished by authority of the Postmaster General, for the de 
posit of letters or o her mailable, matter, such person shall 
on conviction be deemed guilty of a mi- k-incanor, punish 
able by fine or imprisonment or both, in the discretion of 
the court before which thn offender is convicted, and every 
person who aids, abets, counsels or procures the commis 
sion of this off nice, shall bw guilty of a misdemeanor and 
be indictable and punishable its a principal offender. 

If any person uses or attempts to u.-< in prepayment of 
postage on any letter or mailable matter posted in this 
Dominion, any po*ta<: stamp which has been before used 
far a like purpose, such person shall lm subject to a penalty 
of not less than ten and not exceeding forty dollars for 
every such offence, and the letter or other mailable matter 
on which such stamp has been so improperly used may IH 
detained, or in the discretion of the Postmaster General 
forwarded to its destination charged with double postsgo.. 



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List of Post Offices til Canada oil the 1st September, 1870. 

The Offices printed in Italics ire authorized to grant and pay Monty Orders. The Offices marked* are Savings 

Offices. The letters "WO," following the, name of a Post Office, signify Way Offices." The capital letters on tlie. 
right of the, County column indicate the. several Provinces of the Dominion. 



POST OFFICE. 


F.LECTOR.VL DIV. 


POSTMASTER 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. POSTMASTER. 


Abbott s Corners ... 


MK-sisriuoi Q 


Cfwrles ifopa 
0. Crossfield 
D. McBean 

IJi iij.-miin Seaton 
S. Kalconbridge 
Thomas Pearson 
Hohert Touse 
R. P. Scidnv.re 
Robert Kovman 
J. Matthews 

A Qu dit Dnboi 
George Adams 
Mrs. Agnes La vet 
John K. Tavlor 
N. McDonald 
Oi.lenwn Lewis 
i George S. Hoare 
Miss J. Pattcrsoi 
J. J. Watson 
Nathan B. Morri 
John Milne 
.Shack leton FTay 
J. S H.iwley 
George B. Lee 
Thomas Burke 
John Harris 
Jo*i Franklin 
George Evans 
II. McKenzie 
James II Peck 
Luther Carpentei 
Alex. Brown 
James tjurtis 
F, Alexander 
A. S. McDonald 
John Hill 
Silas Wright 
John Rannie 
R. Short, sen. 
Thomas Boddy 
Thomas Bryson 
A. .Miscampbell 
\Vm. Sharp 

George Fletcher 

Jfihn Lynch 
Thomas Graham 
E W. Archibald 
John Bowman 
J. II. VVvlie, jun 
W II . Tavlor 
Mrs. A. Meek 
J. Moukhouse 

J. W. Branan 
*lex. Krisw 
Wm. Zincer 
Owen Roblin 
Mrs. A. Chipman 
James Kevill 
Jonathan Pipe 
John Me Arthur 
Anna M. M Kay 
Louis Robitaille 
George Dufresne 
II. White 
Wm.B. Beveridge 
Mme. L. Goulet 
L. Moncion 
John Mather 
Jacob Jodry 
Thos. A. Gavazs 
II. P. Hill 
John Shields 
Samuel Kerr 
James A. Sumott 
Anirus D. Black 




Halton 


James W. Cotter 
W. R. Elderkin 
Albert Teskey 
K. S. Hall 
C. McLanghlin 
K. Archil .aid 
Wm. B Mills 
F. W Bucher 
Daniel bick 
John McKay 
N S. Ryder 
W. G. Ballara 
Wm. Gillis 
Wm. W T atson 
Miss L. Schootey 
John Itter 
Thomas Kidd 
R. Harringtoa 
C. Roy 
Paschal Lebel 
Caleb Bennett 
John C. Bent 
George Mills 
Win. G. Murray 
E/.ra A. Bates 
A D. Olmstead 
Chas. Mclnnos 
Louis Foisy 
Mrs. Janet Small 
A. J. Beveridge 

Wm. Thornton 
W. B. Bernard 
F. G. Sta. ey 
Edward Oliver 
Robt. D. Rogers 
James Ashlown 
Robert Sm th 
George Folliu 
John Suuiner 
John Mustard 
Antoine Va.-hon 
John M. Bell 
Joshua Breadnor 
R. Binghaiu 
Alex. Kennivly 
G. C Willsou 
John Kid I 
M. A. Fish-r 
James Ti-d:tl8 
P. G. Anbry 
A. Lailuur 
I. Sutherland 
I. McK,. me 
Ira II P.iitoraon 
I. K. Au t 
Charles Uoan 
R. Morns 
)ctave M ivlin 
John M -lUum 
G. C. Smith 
David Muir 
E. N. ShtvtT 
John Poi ter 
A. Shields 
C. Ayer 
T. 14. II .rris 
J. R. Wo. (]* 
P. Hod: kiu son 

J. Little 

Robert Wvlie 
John McPliilHps 
.las. Meiiten,sen. 
Desiah Morton 
R. Elmsley 
Donall McRea 
Jacob Beck 
Patrick Ki iiaody 
E. Levesque 




Rouville ^Q 


Apple River, WO ... 


Cumberland ... N S 
Lanark, N.R 
Peterboro , E.R... 
Simcoe, N.R 
Kestigouche ... N B 
Addington 




Lambton 




Brome Q 




Aberfjvle 


Wellington, S.R. O 
Mouck 


Apto 


Abin^don 


Archibald Sett. W 


Abou>hagan Rd.W 


Westmorland... N B 
Noifolk. X.U 
Colchester N b 


Ardoch 




Acadui Mines, W 


Ardtrea 
Argyle 
Argyle WO.. 


Simcoe. N.R 
Victoria, N.R 
Yarmouth N S 
Richmond N S 
Antigonishe ... N S 
Wellington, S.R. 


Malton 


Acton W ) 


York N B 


*Act m Vale 


Bagot Q 
Brome Q 


Ancluit 




Adare 


Middlesex, N.R. O 
Megantic Q 


Arkell 


Adderley 


*Arl\nna 


AddingtonForksWt 


Antigonisae ... N S 
Brockviile 




Bruce, N R. . O 




Oxrdwell 


AdfJ rirle 


Middlesex, X li... o 
Renfrew, S R O 


Armadale 


York, E. R O 


Adrnaston 

AdolphuKtown 


Armauh 


Bellechas^e Q 




Teniiscouata Q 
Bruce, S. R O 


Adn-H-ate Harbour... 
Agineourt 


Cumberland ... N S 
York. E.R O 


Artnow 


Armstrong s Bk WO 
Arm-trong sCor.WO 
Arnott 
*Arnprwr 


!>e*tigouche ... N B 


Aird !!!!!!"!!!! 

Airli.j 
Alb rt Bridge. WO 
Albert Mines, W 


Middlesex, N.R... 
Missisquoi Q 
Sinieoe. S. R 
Cape Bretuu ... N 8 
Albert N B 


Grey, N.R 
Keufrew, S.R 
Victoria N B 


Aroostook, WO 


Aros 


Victoria, N.R 
Arthabaska Q 
Wellington, N.R. 
Victoria N B 


Went worth, S.R. 
Card well 


Arthabaska Station 


*A liion . 


Albion Mines .. 


Cictou N S 


Arthurette, W ... 
Arthur Gold Mi. WO 
Arundel 




Prince Edward... 
Kljdn, W R 
Weritworth. N R. O 
Xonhiimhr.W.R. O 
Gloucester N B 
Glengarry 
Prescott 


Halifax XS 


Aldboro 
Aldershot 


Anrenteuil Q 
Middlesex, E.R... 
Uierbrooke Q 
Ontario, S.R 
Peterboro , E.R... 
Victoria, N.R. ... 
Halton 
Grey, N. R 




Ascot Corner 


Alexander s Pt. WO 
* Alexandria 
Alfred 




Ashbnrnham 


Ashdown 






Ashgrove 
Ashley 


Allanburg 


Welland .. . 


AUandale Mills 
Allan Park 
Allan s Corners 
A lt ndale 


Peterboro , E.R... O 
Grey, S R 
Dhateauguay Q 
Simcoe, S.R O 
Bruce, N R 


Ashton 




Ashworth 


Ontario, N.R 
Nicolet Q 


Aston Station 


Atha 


Ontario, S R 


Athelstan 


Huntingdon Q 
Ontario, N.R 
Ontario, N.R 
Norfolk, N.R 


AIlNonville 


Prince Edward ... O 
Simcoe, S.R 
Peel ... 


Athens 


AMiston 
Alloa .. .. 


Atherly 




Allunifctte Island .. 


Pontiac Q 


At/ilime 


Card well 




Wellington, X.R. O 
Pictou.. N S 


Athol 

Atterclitfe 


Glengarry 
tfonek.... 


Alma, W 


Almira 
* A monte 
Alport . 


York, E.U 
Lanark, N.R 
Victoria N K ( i 


Aubigny 


Ottawa Q 




Chateauguar Q 
Huron, N.R O 
Lambton O 
Westmoreland N B 




Alton 


Cardwell . O 


lughrim .. 
Au Lac. M r 




Ontario, S.li ... t) 


Alvanley 
Alvinston 


Grey, X. R 




* Aurora 
Avenins; .. 


York, N.R 
Simcoe, N.R O 


Amherlev 


Huron, N K O 


Amblenide 


Bruce S R O 




Ronaventure Q 
Argenteuil Q 


AmelUsburg 


Prince Edward... 
Cumberland ... N S 


Avoca 




Middlesex, E.R... O 
Perth, S.R 






A uberst Point, WO 
Amiens 


Cumberland ... N S 
Middlesex. N R... O 
Wentworth,S.R. 


Avonmore 


Stormont O 
Kind s N S 


Avonport, W 
Avonton 
Ayer s Flat 




Perth, S.R 
Stanstead Q 


Anciennc Txjrutto ... 
Anc Lorette (sub)... 
.Anderson 


yuebec Q 
Perth, S.R 

Victoria N B 


Aylesford... ......... 


King s N S 




Ottawa Q 


*A\i\iM.r West 


Elgin, E.R 
Ottawa Q 


jVnge Gardien 


Montmorency Q 
Ottawa Q 




*Aur.... 


Waterloo, S.R. ... 
Grey, S.R 




Simcoe, S.R O 
King s N B 


Ayton 
Baby s Point 


Aniiagaiice, W ... 
.A inapoHs .. 


Annapolis N S 
Antigonishe ... X S 
CarlH on 
Ilitlif-ix N S 
King 1 .-- N B 
Middlesex. W.R. 


B.S.W.Cornwal.WOj 


King s N S 




Victoria N S 


.Antrim 
A.ritrim, W 
A;i haqui 


Baddeek Bridgo.WO 
Baden 1 


Victoria N S 


Waterloo, S.R. ... 
Renfrew, S.E. ... 
Chicoutimi Q 


Bagot i 


Baaotville ., 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 71 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL MV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL KIT. 


POSTMASTER. 




Westmorland... N B 
Westmorland... N Bl 
pietou N S 


Win. Carey 
John Copp, jun. 
D. D. McDonald 
A. Simoneau 
Jas. Fitzgerald 
1 hos. Robioson 
Henry Baird 
Maxima l^ebel 
rhomas Burgess 
John W. Cowie 
Gordon P. York 
Daniel Prior 
John S Applebe 
J. McClelland 
R. H. Prust 
John Owsns 
Archd. Mclnnes 
George B. Lundy 
Ira Palmer 
Thog. J. Milligan 
F. Walter 
John Cleminger 
James Allen 
John Percy 
W. H. Carpenter 
Thomas Gallong 
Thomas Tapp 
R. Skuce, sen. 
Noah M. Barnes 
James Klmslie 
Donald Nicholson 
Samuel Goodhuc 
Jam^s Kd wards 
Oliver Lvttle 
R. H. Crowed 
Leonard Knowles 
B. BoudrU 

W. J. Gage 
Robert Brown 

Mirgaret Love 
John Belfour 
Chas. McDonald 
Helen Waitt 
J. Ferguson, jun. 
D. Lacourcieie 
N. Fugere 

Alex. Williston 
James Gairdner 
C. Van Buskirk 
E. W. Randall 
F. W. Bradford 
George Laing 
Donald Mclntosh 
George Surtees 
Charles Mason 
Frank Turner 
J. B. Osborne 
Brock Grier 

David Smith 

V. F. Hardwicke 
0. McArtLur 
George Mason 
Z. Turgeon 
Patrick O Brien 
Owen Loughrey 
Dmiel Hallisay 
W. R. Brewster 
Leonard Best 
S. P. Raymond 
Z Porter 
Donald Cameron 
B. Kivard 
R. St. Pierre 
(J. Claves, jun. 
G. W. Rogga 
J. L. House 
W. Wood 
II. Boucher 
John Me Hardy 
Israel Burton 
i Noah Herring 


Belgrave 


Huron, N.R 
York, N.R 
Gloucester N B 
Gloucester X B 
King s NB 


S. Armstrong 
Daniel Prosper 
John Chtilmers 
M. Killorin 
Thos, Davis 
Como McLeod 
Wm. McCulibin 
U. Belleveaux 
J. II. Meacham 
James Martin 
Lewis Kichard 
P. E. I>rke 
Wm. Potneroy 
George Arnold 

W. H. O Dell 

Peter Terriff 
Wm. Goullette 
J. B. Brillon 
R. D. Gilcbrist 
Edwin Gledhill 
Alex. Letehman 
JamesW. McBain 
Samuel Bentley 
V. Charbonneau 
virs.C. PeiHclere 
John Fleming 
Wm. Jaffray 
G. Murner 
Edward Berry 
W. S. Church 

Miss A. Kitten 
Nichol Mclntyre 

J. M. Parker 
W. M. Graham 
<}. Bartlett 
John Sidey 
J. R. Colclough 
P. Morin 
Donald McLean 
J. A. Fraser 
M. McLeod 
Jas. Humphries 
D. McKay 
Donald Gillis 
Malcolm McLccd 
Alex. McGregor 

Hugh McLellan 
Thou. Richards. n 
William Smith 
J. C. Bickwitb. 
Henry Hall 
Isaiah Laws 
Gorg N. T lodge 
F. McKcnzie 
E. Birmingham 
Jos*ph M. Young 
Asa W. Bishop 
John New f ll 
Robert Bl;tkrt 
Isaac II. Allen 
James II"y 
Archibald Cook 
Wm. Boyle 
James Hubley 
D. McN.iviiihM.u 
Robert SteWiirC 

Duncan Cameron 
Louis Olivier 
James Williger 
W. H. Grimlley 
J. Heupbaw 
Rodger Hates 
D. Bergerou 
C. Publicover 
.Jus. McOurchen 
James Pattei>oa 
James I alrner 
.John A. Arbo 
A. H. Kelly 
Jonathan Striker 
Robert i?h>-rr.J 
ijohn Leavitt 


Baie Verte R d, W 
Bailey s Brook, W 


Ui-lbaven 
Belledune, WO 
BelleduneRiv.W 
Belleisle Bay, W 0... 
Belleisle Creek, W 
B"lle Riviere 


Levis Ql 




Durham, E.R. ... 
Charlotte N B 
Carleton NB 

Victoria N B 


Baillie Settlem. W 
Bairdville, WO 
Baker s Creek, W 
Bali 


King s NB 


Two Mountains... Q 
Digby N S 


Selleveaux Cove, WO 
*&JkmUe 


Victoria, NR 
Lanark. S.R 0, 


Hastings, E.R. ... 
Carleton NB^ 




Belleville, WO 
Bellevous VU1. W 
Ml Etoart 






Westmorland...NB 
Simcoe, S R 
Addington 


Ballantrae 


York, N.R 
Wellington, C.R. 0: 
Cardwell 


Bellroclt 




BdL s Onrners 
Belmont 


Carleton O 
Middlesex, E.R... 
Huron, N.R 


Ballyduff 


Durham, E.R. ... 
Middlesex, E.R... 
Renfrew. S.R. ... 
Haldiinand 
Ontario. S R: 
Northumb. W R. O 
Waterloo, N.R..... 
Simcoe, S.R 
Huron N.K 
Ontario, S R 
Hastings. N.R.... 0; 
Westmorland... N B 
Gape Q 


Belmore 


Balmer s Island 


Beloeil Station 
Belceil Village 


Yercheres Q 




Belyea s Cove, WO.. 
Benmiller 


Queen s N B 




Huron, N.R 
Lanark, N.R 
Northumb. W.R. 
Kent 




Bepnie s Corners 
Bensfort 


Bail diti 






Batigor 










Barachois, WO 
Barachois de Malbay 
Bark Lake 


Berkeley 
*Berlin 


Grey. N.R 
Waterloo, N.R... 
Huron, S.R O 
Albert NB 


Hastings, N.R.... 
King s . . . N B 


Berne 


Barne-ville, W ... 
Barnett 


Berryton, WO 
Bersiuiis 


Wellington, C.R. O 
Pi-tou N S 


Saguenay Q 


Barney s River, W 


Berthier, en las 
* Berthier, en haul ... 


Montmagny Q 
Berthier Q 


Stinstead Q 




Simcoe. N.R O 
Huntingdon Q 
Shelbnrne N S 
Shelburne N S 
Antigonishe ... N S 
Northnmberl d N Bj 
Wentworth, S.R. 
Ki.iir s N B 
Colchester NS 
Charlotte N B 
Lennox 
Carleton N B 
Gloucester N B 
Gloucester N B 


Bruce, S.R 






Stormont 




Berwick 


King s N S 


Barrington Pas. W O 
Barri. s Beach, W 
Bartibog W 




Durham, E.R 
Shefford Q 


Bethel 


Bewdley 


Northumb. W.R. 




Bic 


Bass River, WO 
Bass Kiver, W 
Bass wood Ki<lge,WO 
Bath 
Bath, WO 
Ba hursi 




Levis Q 


Big Bank, W 
Bis; Bras d Or, W 
Big Brook W 
Big Cove, WO 
Big Harbour, W 0... 
Big Interv.(G.N )WO 
Big Interv. (M.) WO 
Bis* Island, WO 


Victoria N S 


Victoria N S 




Queen s N B 


Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 
Victoria N S 


Bathurst Vill. W 
Bailsman ... ... . 




Balaam Bridge 
Buttei sea 




I ictou NS 




Big Loraine. W O ... 
Bi" Pond, W . 


Cape Breton ... N S 
C*pe Breton ... X S 
Shelburne N S 
Hussell O 


Bay dii Via, W ... 

jl-tu/irlil 


Northumberl d N B 

Huron. S.R 
Westmorland... N B 
|Ant.igouishe ... N S 
CiMrlotte N B 
.Elgin. E.R O 
Victoria N S 


Biss Port le Bear.W 
Billinsts Bridge 
Bill Town, WO 
Binbrook 


Bavin-Id W 


Bayfield, W 


King s N S 


BavsMe W O .. . 


Wentworth, S.R. 


Bayham 


Bingbain Road 


BaySt Lawrence,WO 


Compton ....... . Q 


Renfrew, N.R. ... O 
( IN ford, S.R 
Norfolk, N.R 


Birkhall 




Btar.lmtte 
Bi-alt m 

*/>f -Uns? 1 ///? . . .. 


Birmingham 




Birr 


Middlesex, K.R... 
Grenville. N.R... 
Simcoe, S. R 
Northumberl d N B 
Welland 


Bishop s Mills 


Bear Brook 
Bear Island. W ... 
Rear Point, WO 
Bear H. (E. side) WO 
]:<"j.r Rivrr ( W. side] 


Russell 
York N B 


Black Bank 
Black Brook, W 0... 
Black Creek 


Shelburne N S 


Annapolis N S 
Di bv N S 


Black Heath 


Wentworth, S R. 
Restigouche ... N B 
Aritigonishe... N S 
Halifax N S 


Black Land. W ... 
Bla. k Lands. W 0... 
Black Point, W ... 
Black River, W ... 
Bla.k River, WO ... 
Black River, W ... 
Black River Br. W 
Black River Station 
Black Rock. W ... 
Blackville, W 
Blair .. . 


B->auharnois Q 


Bfaulac 


[it aumont 


li^llechasse Q 
Quebec . Q 
Lotbiniere Q 


Northumberl d .S B 
St. John N B 
Antigonishe... N S 
Northumberl d N B 


B^auport . 


Beaver Bank. W 0... 
Beaver ttrook, W 
Beaver Harbor, W 
Beaver Kiver, W 
Beaver River, Cornj 


Halifax N S 
Albert N B 


Charlotte N B 
IDigby N S 


Cumberland ... N S 
Northnmberl d N B 
Waterloo, S R. ... 
Peterboro , E.U... 
Arthabaska Q 
Lnneiiburg N S 
York N B 


Djirby N S 


Ontario, N.R 
Vi<vl"t Q 


*Bluirtrm 


Becancour . 


Blandford 


IlHi-ancoiir Station.. 
Hal 1 nrtl 


Megintic Q 


Blandford. W 


Bedford Basin, W 
Beetw Plaiu 


II.-,iifax N S 


BUntyre 

Blessin ir ton... . 


Grey, N.R 
Hastings. E.R.... 
Northumberl d \B 
Sunburv N B 


Sfunstead Q 


Beech Ilili, W 
Begon , 
3ilt a*t 
Beltbrd 
BsllUuntain .. 




Blissfield. W 
BlNsville, W 
Bloomfield 


T.-iuiwoimta Q 
Huron. N.ll O 
York. K.R 
Card well 


Prince Edward... O 
Carleton N 15 


Btoomfield, W O 
Bloomfifeld, W 0..., 


Kiiii s... ... NB 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[isn. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL MV. POSTMASTER. 




Waterloo, N.R... O 
York, N.R 


Wm. Rogers 

j. W. Kitchen 
Vm. McDonad 
Malcolm Blue 
tohn Messer 
lichard Holmes 
Fohn Miller 
R La T. Tupper 


Bromptoo 




Wm. Wright 
J. R McDonnell 
E. C. Thompson 
R. Rowe 

W. Hendry 
R. Darlington 
J. II Hall 
Sage Tiaiinerman, 
Mrs. M Fowler 
J A Hatfield 
.T:imes McDonald 
Richard Taun 
C. II J Hall 
Alex. McGibbon, 
Wm. Barr 
Robert Marks 

John iWoran 
Jacob Bruniter 
S. R. Beamish 
John Stanneld 

James Wilson 
Jiusebe Couture 
Thomas Buckley 
II. B Foley 
George Dauth 

John Catton 
E. W. Burgess 
Alfred Shell 
James Gol borne 
Charles Hall 
Alex. Donald 
George Savage 

Donald McRae 
F. II. McKnight 
Robert Faulkner 
John Meikte, jun 
(leorge Taylor 
James McGill 
M. E. A. Burpee 
John Fell 
James Lynn 
J. McKinu in 
Murray B Keith 
T. Thomson 
Rev. W. King 
J. M. Thomson 
Charles Little 
Robert Sadler 
J B. Beaulieu 
Kphraim Demara 
Henry Gawler 
W.Tennant, jun. 
M. G. Scott 
D. Dillion 
Wm. Campbell 
Patrick Vlurpliy 
George B-ll 
James Munsie 
Geo. Mi ldlemas 
John Boyle 
Angus McDonald 
James Reid 
JJ. D Cameron 
D. McLauchlan 
Louis B Ilarpin 
J. M. Batcman 
Wm H White 
Handly Starratt 
Benjamin Clark 
James Bryson 
Hugh Currie 
Thomas Houston 
James M. Jerri*.-; 
E. T. Hagyard 
D. K. Campbell 
HenrvMcKarlace- 
A .Mi-Ken Irick 
Jas. H Cooper 
H. W. Moyer 
Luke li>rua 




3rr>mptcm Falls 


Richmond Q 




Norfolk, N.R 
Pictou N S 


lalton 


Blue Mountain. WO 
Blue s Mills, W ... 






Inverness N S 
Huron N.R 
Huron, N R 


Bro iklield 


Colchester N S 
Queen a N S 
intario, S.R.... o 
Queen s N S 


Jroohfield, WO 




Blythesvvood 
Bobcaygenn 
Bocabec W 


Rs.-ex 
Victoria. S.R 
Charlotte ..N B 


Brooklyn. W 
Brooksdale 


Oxford N R . 


Wm. Erskine 
A. L. Bogart 
Miles MeMillen 
Stephen McNeil 
Fohn Kerry 
Duncan McRae 
John Blaisdell 

ilichard Knight 

Eliram Lount 
John Bongard 
P. N. Mclntosh 
Alex. McKachero 
V. Lemay 
James Jewett 
T. Hagarty 
Wm Hack well 
Oliver C. Rouse 
Wm. Markle 
C. McBrayne 
John Taylor 
Wm. Fa trow 
L. Normandin 
Alex Boudreau 
A. Munro 
Robert Grant 
M. D. Harris 
John D. Baird 
E. A, Panet 
Wm. B. Jelly 
J. B. Fairbairn 
Hugh- Me Lean 
John McCaffrey 
Charles Waugh 
Robert E Perry 
Mrs. A. Douglas 
Alex. Anderson 
Jas. Black, jnn. 
K. Cnishoiu. 
D. W. Gumming 
| B. R. Crombie 
IA. D Clment 
James P. Foley 
L. K. Dubois 
Moses Moyer 
Robert Anulin 
W. McDougall 
Millidge Steeves 
Marcus S. Dean 
Elias Eby 
George Burchel 
E. Dodge, jun. 
John Forbes 

R. A. Newcomb 

E. 0. Brigham 
H. R. Sharp 
Jos. Lock wood 
<!. Clusbulni 
Allen Williims 
George Brown 
G. J. Mackclean 
Wm. King 
i Joseph Muir 
Geo. IJamilti n 
R. McDonald 
J. McLeod 
Elkennh Toel 
Donald SIcLeod 

Mrs. A. Church 
John Crawford 
Chan Brodhaiic 
II. R. Williams 
C. II. Jones 


Brook vale.W 
Brookville (C d) WO 
Brookville (Pic.) WO 






Hastings. E R. ... 
Xorthumberl d N B 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Lanark, SR 
Victoria, N.R 


Cumberland ... N S 
Pictou N S 


Boiestnwn.WO 
Boidal" W . 


Intario, S.R 










Argenteuil Q 
Oxford, S.R O 




Brownsville 


Bolton Forest 
Bomanton 
Bonaven ure [sub].. 


Brome Q 
N,-rthumb. W.R. 
Bonaventure Q 
Simcoe. S.R 
Prince Edward... 
Xorfolk, N.R 
Inverness N S 
Laval Q 


Brucefield 


Huron, SR 
Alo oma 




Renfrew, S.R 
Perth, N.R O 




Bongard s Corners... 




!)urham, E.K 
Middlesex, E.R... O 
Kent 




Boom \V 




Bord APlouffe 


* Buckingham 


Ottawa Q 


Ontario, N.R O 
Pert!) N R 


Buckland 


Bfllochasse Q 
Kind s N S 




Buckley s. W 


Bosoobel 


Shefford Q 
Norfolk, N.R 
Wellington, N.R. 
Bothwell 


Kent N B 


Bulstrode 


Arthabaska Q 












Brant. S.R 


*BothweH 


Kothwell 


Burgessville 


Oxford, SR 
Bruce N R 


Botsf.ird Port geW 


Westraorland...N B 
Ohamhly Q 




Peterboro , E.R... 
Kind s N S 


Boudreau Vll. W O 


Westmorland. ..N E 


Burlington, W O ... 
Burn-brae 


Northumb. E.R. 
Peel 
Northumb. W.R. 
Perth, N.R O 




Hastings. N R... 
Westmoreland N B 
Carleton N B 


Burnhamthorpe 


Boundary Crk.,W 
Boundary, Pres.WO 




Burns 


Portneuf Q 




Renfrew. S.R 
Northumberl d X B 
Hants N S 


Bowling Green 


Wellington. N.R. 
Durham, W.R. ... 
Middlesex, N.R. 
York E R . 


Burnt Church. W 
Burntcoat. WO 
Burritt s Rapids ... 
Burtch 


Grenville, N.R... O 
Brant, S.R 






Hal ton 


Burton 


Durham, E.R. ... 
Sunbnry N B 




Victoria, N.R 
Simcoe, S.R 
Oxford, N.R C 
Simcoe, S.R 
Peel 


Burto-i, W 


* Bradford 
1 Braemar 


Bury s Green 


Victoria, N.R 
Huron, N.R 


Bnsbfield 


Bute 




Butternut Ridg.W 
Buttonville 


King s NB 




Waterloo, S.R. ... 
Norfolk .... O 


York, ER 






Kent 




Brant. S R 


Bvng 


Haldimand 
Algoiua 




Ontario, N.R 
Simcoe, N.R 
Waterloo, N.R. ... O 




Brentwood 


Bvron 


Middlesex. E.R... 
Temiscouata Q 
Durham. W.R. ... 
Brant, N.R 
Leeds. S R 
Monck 
Renfrew, S.R ... 
Middlesex, W.R. 
Cardwtll 


Cacouna 


Brewer s Mills 




Huron S R.... 


Cainsville 


Bridsredale, W ... 
Brid"enorth 


Albert N B 




Peterboro , W.R. 
Waterloo, N.R.... 
Gripe Breton ... N S 
Annapolis N S 
Pictou ... N S 


Caistfirville 




Bridgeport, WO 


Calder 


Caldwell 


Bridzeville, W ... 


Caledmi 


Cardwell 


Hasting?, N.R. ... 
Lunenburg N S 
Queen s N B 


Caledon East 


Cardwell 




Caledonia Cor. W 
Caledoni . Mills. W 
Caledonia (St.M.)WO 
Caledonia Set.W 0.. 
Caledonia Springs.. 
Gallon 
Calumet Island 


Queen s N S 


Brio s Corner, W 
Briiiham 
Snffht 


Antigonishe... N S 
Guysboro N S 
Albert NB 


Brome Q 
Oxford, N.R 
iVorthumb. E.R...O 
Antigonishe ...N 
Hasting*. N.R. ... 
Middlesex, N.R... 
Wellington. C.R. 


Prescott O 


Bri ley s Brook, W 


Elgin E.R 
Poutiac Q 




Victoria, NR 
Queen s N B 
Halifax N S 




Cambridge, W 
Cambri- ge. W 


Bristol 


Britannia 


Peel 
I Arnenteuil .. Q 


Addin^ton 




Victoria. X.R 


Broad Cove. Ch.W f 
Broad Cove (Int)W< 
] .ro;idCove(Lu.,Wi 

!!r mil Cove (Ma. )W(_ 


Inverness N f 




Cardwell 




Lambton 


Lunenburg N P 
Inverness N S 
Hi m-i venture ...... Q 
York, W.R 




Northumb d E.R.O 
Peel O 
King s N B 


Campbell s Cross .... 
Campbell Settl. W O 
Campbell Settl. W 


Brockton 
Rr vH-7,-1 ill f .... 


York N B 


r. -stigoucbe .- N B 
Halton 
Lincoln O 


Bro-ihagen Perth. X.R 
Broiiit* . Brome . Q 


Campbellville 


iiri mveiin-re Ukonv; I, 


Caiupo Bello 


Charlotte N li 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL I)IV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


Canaan l!oad,WO... 
Cansrd W 


King s N S 


lenben Baker 
L E. Lockwood 
jouis Drouillard 
John Folmsbee 
C. Katon 
Juhn Wilson 
j. Canniff jun. 


3entreville 
Centreville, W 


Addington 
\lhert N B; 


John Whalt-n 
Wm. Woodworth 
Wm. D. Estey 
James Ma> tin 
A. L. Frechette 
John Hackett 

N. Hardy 

Thomas Kemp 
Charles Granger 
Mrs. >i. Payne 
M. Tremblay 
P. F. Green 
Samuel Throop 
Hi-nry Li L den 
N. Mallet 
Robert Lang 
M. L. B. Rousseau 
S. Barfoot 
T. Yi.ndy, jun. 
J C. Meagher 
Henry Cardwell 
Wm. Puaslev 
Ansell Robbies 
H. B. Prentiss 
II. Kedy 
John Campbell 
Win Heiicsey 
William Main 
Isaiah T. Insley 
Mark McManus 
Nelson Chesley 
Thomas Booth 
John Barber 
Chas. A. Brown 
Jos. Eisenheur 
Wm. Brown 
Ed. Briard 
John Burgess 
Donald Me Learn 
Joseph Bargeron 
John Guay 
Thomas Lindsay 
Geo. McDonald 
J. S. Macklem 
M Me E wen 
Mai. McDougall 
H. Sloane 
Alex. Bailey 
Wm. Gilliott 
J. E. Pointer 
Allan Weir 
H. M. Foster 

E. Laroucho 
S. Johnston 
A. F. Comeau 
J. McM. McXab 
J. C. Black 
Thomas. Wilson 
S. G. A. Raiche 
Charles Stewart 
lames Shaw 
Wm. Heath 
J. McCutcheon 
J. McCutcheon 
R. T. McDonnell 
James Lockbart 
Beverly Smith 
Walter Hunter 
John Embree 
C. Baldwin 
O. Banning, jtm. 
Jon. Bridaman 
Henry Watson 
Jarms P. Roop 
Rich d. Sandford 
Francis Brown 
W. W. Woodruff 
A. J. Seaman 
E. P. Flewelling 
J. Shears 
Thomas Fair 
Andrew Corbett 


Kind s N 8 


Canard River 
Canbori ... . 
Canada Creek 
Canfif ld . 


Essex 
Monck .... 


Centrevilln,WO 
Centrevillf,WO 




Digby N S 


Kind s N S 
Haldimand 
Hasting?, E.R. ... 
Oxford, N.K 
King s N s 




*Ohamb/v Canton ... 
Chimco k, W 




Cannifton 
Canning 


Charlotte NB 


Champlain Q 


T. W. Borden 
}has. Estabrook? 
Charles Gibbs 
rancois Meunier 
JM Cunningham 
R< bert Clark 
C. E. Grosvenor 

\. Prudhomme 
Wm. Deacon 
F G. Laiuontagnf 


Chance Harbour, W 


St John N B 


Canning WO .... 


Queen s . .. N B 


Peterboro , E.R... 
^lontcalm Q 




Ontario, N.K 
Rouvillt Q 








Kent 




Guysboro N S 
Compton. .... Q 








Charleston 
Charlevilln 


Leeds, S.R 
Grenville, S.R. ... O 
Guysboro N S 
Chateauguay Q 
Chateauguay Q 
Montmorency ... Q 
Kent O 




York N B 


Canterbury Stat.WO 


York N B 


Charlo s Cove, W 0. 


Ottawa Q 




Durham, E.R. ... 


Chateauguay Basin 
Chateau Richer ...... 


Cap Chat (sub) .. .. 
Cap des Hosiers 


Gaspe Q 


Peter Whalan 




Gaspe Q 


W.lliam Tilly 
Elobert McDonald 
D. McDonald 
Hugh McLeod 
Charles Brooks 
A McQuarrie 
Josiah Smith 
Arch McDonald 
Donald McLaren 
W. Cunningham 
John McKay 
T Beaumirr 
Luc L. Routhier 
MIPS H. C. Larut 
J. Bernard 
.I.G.C. Blackball 
James Carlin 
T. H. Schneider 
Joseph Meagher 
lames R. Reed 
Pat. Struthe s 
James Hamilton 
uohnC. Crooksr 
W. R. Clayton 
S Cummins 
Albert Goetz 
s-aml. Hamilton 
James Calder 
Alfred Moore 
Samuel Ewart 
W.J.Fetherstonc 
J. Malcolm, sen. 
James Heffeman 
Joseph Kidd 
Wm. Cook 
Enoch Bradley 
SamuelPatterson 

George Case 
M. B. Crosby 
George Mansfiel( 
J. S. Casselman 
Edmd. Bennett 
David U. Gavelin 
John Warnock 
Francis Hassard 
J C. Pennock 
Allan McDonald 
Richard Church 
Jos. Northmore 
Thomas Muir 
W. De Lorimier 
G. A. Messenger 
David Lapp 
James Connery 
Ambrose Poole 
Thomas Marcoux 
Thomas Rogers 
B. S. Bailey 
Amos Mott 
Samuel Trash 
J. McKeen 
Silas Raymond 
Wm. Dixon 
A. B. Coramins 
, T. H. McAuley 




Northumb N B 
Yama -ka Q 




Antigonishe ... N S 
Antigonishe ... N S 
Pictou N S 


Chatillon 


Cape Georne (X.)WO 
Cape John, WO 




Grey N R 




Haldimand 
Yarmouth N S 
Ottawa Q 


Sherbrooke Q 
Inverness N S 
Shelburne . ... N S 


Chebojtue, W 


Cape Mnbou,W ... 
Cape Negro. W ... 
Capo North, W ... 
Cnpe.P h 
Cape Sable Isle, WO 
Cape Spear. WO 
Cap Magdeleine 
Cap Rouge 


Chelsea. W 


Lunenburg N S 
Peel 
Bruce S R 




Cheltenham. 


Grey, N.R 
Shelburne N S 
Westmorland. ..N" I 




Simeoe. S.R 
Prince Edward ... 
Bruce N.R 




Chesley 


Quebec Q 


Chesley sCor.,WO... 
Chester 


Lunenburg N S 
Arthabaska Q 
Albert N B 


Montmagny Q 
Portneuf , Q 


Cap S. int 


Chester, W 




Gloucester N 13 
Victoria 


Chester 


Luneuburg N S 
Lunenburg N S 
Oxford, N.R 
Inverness N S 
Hants N S 


Carden 


Chester Basin,W 0... 
Chesterfield 


Caiillon 


Argenteuil Q 




Bonaventure C 
St. John NB 
Lanark. S.R 
Perth, S.R G 
Wentwortt,N.R. 
Huron, N.R .... 


Cheticamp, W 


Carleton 
*Carldrm Place 
Carlingford 
Carlisl- 


Cheverie. W 


Chezzetcook, W ... 
Chichester 


Halifax NS 


Pontiac Q 


Cbicoutimi 


Chicoutimi Q 
Colchester N S 
Queen s N B 


Carlow 


Chigonaise Riv.,W 
Chipman, W 


Carlow. WO ... 


Carleton . N B 


Carlsruhe 


Bruce S.R 


Welland 


Carlton, W 


Yarmouth N 8 
Wentworth, S.R. 
Peterboro , E.R... 
Bruce, N.R .... 


Chockfish, W 
Christmas Isl d,W 
Churchill 


Kent NB 


Carluke 


Cape Breton ...N S 
) Simeoe, S.R 
I Albert NB 


Carnarvon 




Church Hill. W 0... 
Churchstreet,W 0... 
Churchvill^ 


Carp 


Carleton...... ...... 


King s N S 


Carriboo Cove, W 
Carroll sCoruerb.WO 
(Tarn, n Irroo/c 


Richmond N S 
Halifax N S 


Peel 


Churchville, W O ... 
Chute s Cove, W 0... 
Clachan 
Clairvaux (sub) 


Piotou N S 


Perth, N.R 


Annapolis N S 
Elgin,W.R , O 
Charlevoix. . Q 


Carrville 


York, W.R 


Carson by 


Carletoit 


Carthasre 


Perth, N.R 




Cartwrvht ... . 


Durham, W.R. ... 
King s NB 


Clare, WO .... r>rhv N s 


Cape Settlempnt.W 
Cashel 


(laremont 


Ontario. S.R 
Cumberland ...N S 
Russell . 


York, E.R 


Claremont, W 
ClcLT&nct ... . 


Cashrrvre 


Middlesex, W.R. 
Russell 
Renfrew, N.R 


Casselman 
Castile 


Clarence Creek 


Russell 


Missisquoi Q 


Castlebar 


Clarendon Centre ... 
ClarendonFr nt(sub) 
Clarendon Settl W 
Clarendon Set, W O 
Clareview 


Pontiac . Q 


Castltfc rd 


Renfrew, S.R 
Peel O 
Northurab. W.R. 
Cape Breton ...N S 
Cardwell 


Pontiac . Q 


Castlemore 

Gistlelrm 


Pontiac Q 


Charlotte N B 
Addington 


Catalone. WO 


Cataract 


Clarke 


Durham, W.R. ... 
Shelburne N S 


Ciitaraqui 




Clarke s Harb r.W 
darktbwg 


Catbcarl 


Brant S R . 


Grey, N.R 
Peel O 


Caughnawaga 


Laprairie Q 


*Cayu/ja 


Haldimand C 
York, E.R 
Lanark, N.R 
Digby N S 




Bruce N R 


Cedar Giove 
Cedar Hill 




Lanark. N.R 
Norfolk S R O 




Cedar L>ke, W ... 
Cedars 


C lfCLTVlUf 


Bothwell 


Soulan^es ... Q 




Annap< Us N S 
Annapolis N S 
Wellington, N.R. 
Welland 


Odarville ... 
Cent l Blissville.W 
Cen l Cirn bridge, WO 
Cent lChehoaur.WO 
Cent lKiugscle r.WO 
Central N .rton. W O 
CentrKl Onflow. W 
Centre Augusta 
Centreton 


Grey. S.R 
Sunbury N B 


Clementsyale.W 0... 
Cliffnrd 


Queen s N B 


*Cliftnn 


Yarmouth N S 
York N B 


Clifton, W 


Gloucester .... N B 
King s N B 


Clifton, W 


King s N B 


Clifton House (sub). 
"Clinton 


Welland 


Colchester N S 
Grenville, S R. ... 
Northumb. W.R. 


Huron, S.R 
Queen s N B 
Renfrew. S.R 


Clones, W O 
Clontarf .. 



[73] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1871. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


Clover Hill 
Clovne 


Simcoe. S.R 
Addington 


E. J. Ritchey 
liibins Clark 
\V. Md herson 
James McKay 
John Dickinson 
James Brown 
Thomas Coates 
Horace Cutting 
J R. McUonald 
John Leroy 
J. C. Boswell 
James Lucas 
Svlvain LeKlane 
Wm. Kilbank 
Charles Thomas 
Wm. Colbeck 
C. R. Ford 
Alex Hackett 
D. Mclntosb, 
Jacob Marsh 
garni. Dickinson 
John Kplett 
Charles Warner 
George Jamieson 
John Gardhouse 
Jos. W. Trueman 
David Liwson 
John Butler 
M. Hughes 
James Gibbon 
W. B. Hamilton 
L. Herchmer 
Silas Staples 
John Shackleton 
Robert Ashton 
D. McAllister 
Daniel Johnson 
John Hodgson 
A. W. Kendrick 
John Duncan 
A. Nicholson 
Charles Hendry 
John W. Burt 
Robert Lee 
Jas. MrFarlane 
Peter Smith 
A. Marsh 
R. Thompson 
0. L.imoureux 
G. B. Sills 
Mrs. M Mitchell 
R. H. Wilford 
John Ferguson 

Thomas Allen 
John Kaiser 
Thomas Milne 
R. P. Smith 
F. A. Best 
Fenwick Coates 
G. C. Wood 
H. L. Dickey 
II. J. Miller 
Gedeon Deguire 
W. O. Caverhill 
Rodger Ducket 
Odile Malboeuf 
Edmond Latour 
Alexander Hill 
James Coulson 

C. S. Harris 
Wm. McKee 
David Smith 
James Grant 
Alex. Brisbin 
N. Me Bride 
Dr. Chas. Brown 
Anthouy Martel 
P. T. Clarke 
John Craig 
A. G. Fleming 
Murdoch Craig 
Chas. A. Bell 
John Colgan 
Puter Jones 


Crawford 
Credit 


Grey, S.R 

Peel 


Hector McRae 
Emerson Taylor 
John Parsons 
James Graham 
Alex. Gillespie 
Thos. Cavarutgb, 
S. W. Carson 
Alex. Fraser 
D. Mclntyre 
H-nry Covert 
Alex. Park 

Tag. MeCutcheon 
John Fraser 
William Gnnn 
Chirles Fraser 
Jesse Anderson 
Jno. MePherson 
Alexander Hill 
J. II. Johnston 
John Ehler 
L. Boardman 
Ira Williams 
J. Cruickshank 
Robert Dreany 
Alexander Craig 
R. T. Williams 
G. G. Dunning 
A.Branscombe, sr 
Wm. Smith 
Ilobt. Thomson 
John Anderson 
John Boyle 
John Beaumont 
Jas. B. Gushing 
T. Mo-Williams 
L. I. Dezii-l 
Peter McArthnr 
H. A. Johnson 
Wm. Chisholm 
Robert Francy 
W. Ross 
R. Guimond 
Wm Robertrfon 
George J irret t 
H. A. Clifford 
Henry Heney 
Henry Hognrfn 
J. W. Sto-Uwell 
Edward Hall 
Wm Bailey 
John Gardiner 
Luther Sterns 
Ji-hn Rogers 
John !>avi-< 
W. A. Ward 
Isaac Daw.son 
A. S. Cameron 
1 Isaac Lambert 
|T. B. Dier 
H. F. Vroom 
John Warren 
James B. Gllie 
Samuel Walker 
C. J Ladd 
.IIIIIIMS Whitsides 
W. II. Donaut 
B. Smith 
Hector Graves 
Samuel Lane 
Benj. II Rossor 
Jos. R. Denison 
B. C. Freeman 
John Fraser 
James Read 
Win. Hartt 
Thomas Allia 
Wm. Wilson 
L. G Willsie 
George Sni th 
A. D. llamelm 
Wm. Irviu , 
Mdme. A.CIoutier 
Robert I .tn >TI 
Honry Riirney 
Thos. Ureenway 


Clyde 


Wentworth, N.R. 
Shelburne N S 
Kent N B 
Queen s N B 




Huron, S.R O 
Wellington, N.R. 
Simeoe, N.R 
Simeoe, N.R O 
Prince Edward... 
Wellington, S.R. 
Elgin.W.R 
Prince Edward... 
Perth, S R 


Cl\de River. W ... 
Coal Branch, WO... 
Coal Mines, W ... 
C;it*V .Mills, WO... 


Creek Bank 


*CrKemiire. 
Creighton 
Cressy 
Crieff 


Kent N B 


Stanstead Q 


CoMen 


Renfrew, N.R. ... 
Victoria. N.R 


Crinan 
Crofton 


Coboconta 


*Cobourg 


Northumb. W.K. 
Kent N B 




Cocaitrne, W 


Cromwell, W 
Crossbill 


King s N B 


Cuc.-ogue River, W 
Codringt >n 


Kent NB 


Waterloo, N.R... 
Bonaventure Q 
Guysboro N S 
Inverness N S 
Guysboro N S 
Antigonishe ...N 8 
. nverness N S 
Bothwell 


Northumb. E.R... 
Hants N S 




Co^mngun Kiv. WO 


Cross R ls., Cy. Bar. 
CrossKds.Lk Ainslie 
Cross R.Me Me d. WO 
Cross Rds. Ohio.WO 
Cross R.St.G.Chl.WO 


Wellington, N.R.O 
Northumb. E.R... 




Colchester 




Northumb. W R. O 
Middlesex, N.K... 
Caiieton N B 




Coldstream, W ... 
OoHdwttt&r . . . 


Crow Harbour, W 


Guvsboro N S 
Welland . 


Simeoe N R O 


Colebro k 








Cole Haibour, W 0. 


Guysboro N S 
Peel O 


Cruickshank 


Grey, N.R 
Middl sex, E. R. 




Wellington, N.R. 




Cole s Island, W 0... 
Colinville 




Oxford S.R. .. . 






Russell 


Collfield 




Cum berland Bay, WO 
Cumberland Pt. W 




Collina, W 


King s N B 


Queen s N B 


*C<>llingwood . 


Simeoe N.R 


Halton 


Collin s Bay . . . 






Wellington, C R. 
Prescott O 








Colpov s Bay 


Bruce N R 


Curry ville, WO 


Albert N B 


Columbus , 


Ontario, S.R 




Cfnnbf.r ... . . . 




Renfrew.S.R 
joliette Q 




Renfrew, S.R 


Daillebout 




Dalesville 


Argenteuil Q 
Restigonche ...N B 


*Co>mpton 






Concord 
Concord, W O 


York, W.R 
Pictou N S 


Dalhousie Mills 


Dalhonsie Road.W 
Dalhousie Sett. W 


Lunenbug N S 
Pictou N S 




Waterloo, N.R... 
Wellington, C.R. 
Card well 




Kimouski Q 




Dalkeith 




CouqueraIlBa k,WO 
Conroy 


Lunenburg N S 
Perth, S.R 
Prince Edward... 
Huron. N.R 




Victoria. N R 
Simeoe, N.R 










Danforth 
*Danville 


York, K.R 
Richmond Q 
Kent 


Contrtrcceur 


Vercheres Q 


Darrell 


Cooke s Brook, W 
O /kshire ... . 


Colchester N S 
Compton Q 


Dartford 


Northumb. K.R... 
Victoria. N.R 
Halifax N S 


Dartmoor 
Dartmouth, W ... 
Davenport 




Simeoe, S.R O 
Peel 




York, WR 
York. E.R 




Hastings. N.R. ... 
Elgin, K.R 
Weutworth, N.R,. 




Dawn Mills 


Bothwell 




Dawson Sett. WO... 
Daywood 


Albert N B 




Grey, N.R 
Kent 


Corinth 
Corn Hill, WO 
^V wnwall 


Elgin, E.R 
King s N B 


De Cewsville 


Haidimand 
Annapolis N & 


Cornwall 


Deep Brook. W ... 


CoruwallisEast,WO 

CfarUfl&Mt 


King s N S 




Deerfield. W 
Deeihurst 


Yarmouth N S 
Simeoe. S.R 
Middlesex.W.R... 
Norfolk, X.R 




Cote.au Landing 
Coteau Station 
Cotes des Neiges 
Cute St Paul 




Delaware 




Delhi 




Delta 


Leeds, S.R () 




Demorestville 


Prince Edward ... 
King s N S 




Wellington, N.R. 
Simeoe. N.R 
Guvsboro N S 
Norfolk, N.R 
Card well 
Albert N B 


Dempsey s Cor. W 
Denbiirh 




Addington 


Country Harbor, W 


Denfield 


Middlesex, E.R... 
Richmond Q 


Denison g Mills 




Deniston 


Addington 


Coverdale, W 
COTerley 
Covey Hill 


Densmores. WO 


Hants N S 


Grey. S. R O 
Huntingdon Q 
; Elgin. W.R 


Joliette Q 


Derby, W 


Northumb N B 
Ontario, N.R 
Peel 
Middlesex, E.R... O 
Grey, N.R 
Portneuf Q 


Cowal 

Giwunsville . ... 




Derry West 




Cape Breton ...N S 
Cape Breton ...N S 
Simeoe. N.R 
Grey N R 


Coxheath, W 


Desboro 
Deschambault 
Desmond 


CraJlt*ith 


Addington O 
Temiscouata Q 
Dist. of Nipisinj O 
Middlesex. K.R... 
Huron, SR 




Wellington, C.R. 
Simeoe, 8.R 


Detour du Lac 
Deux Rivieres 
Devizes 


Craiicvate 




Otanworth .. . Leeds, S.R 





[74] 






1871.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



75 



POST OFFICE. 


F.LBCTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL MV. 


POSTMASTER. 




John Oliver 
Nelson Parker 
R. Walker, jun. 
Charles Wagner 
G. W. Nelson 
Edwin Bent 

John S. Smith 
John R. Grant 
D. Belmore 
David Grouchey 
W. Kennedy 
Wm. Wood 
Hiram Freeze 
James Dobbin 
Jos. G. Cormier 
Agnes Heron 
T. Lafleche 
John Hogg 
James Young 
Mary Mason 
John Lockhart 
Thomas Slee 
Wm. Doran 
S. W. lincley 
J. N. Hardy 
John Gatsehene 
James Campbell 
Don ild Cameron 
George H. Bi>hoj 
Abner Balmain 
Charles Veit 
Wm. Russell. jun 
J. B. Perkins 

rVm. Steeves 


Eagle 


Elgin, W.R 
Ottawa Q 


Wm. Mowbrav 
W H. McLean 
W. J. McKay 
P. N. Pcaud 
Alex. Kenna 
J. P. McKinnon 
Alex. Sargent 
Joseph Jutras 
Huih K. Cairns 
Robert A. Wales 
W. Lawrence 
Rod. Hutching 
David Smith 
Mrs. G. Grout 

David Webber 
Wm. J. Smyth 
Isaac Coolidge 
Wm. Simpson 
F. P. Armstrong 
Geo. Campbell 
AW. Sutherland 
D. McGlaghlan 
Alex. Lindsay 
J. C. Anderson 
Daniel Shaw 
Levi E. Dunning 
James Me Naught 
Lindsay Pillar 
John Shaw 
M. Leb urveau 
W. A. Fulmor 
J. L. Moore 
M. Bradley 
John Nethercott 
Samuel Meadows 
John Smith 
James Dunlop 
Ward EdgeU 
James Ainslie 

J. T. Hodgson 
Wm. S. Akin 
J. B. White 
J. M Thompson 
George Reflpatb. 
John Quealy 
James Slrachan 
James Hunter 
Joseph Hargrave 
Geo. E. Jackson 
Thomas Smith 
J. Depot 
C. Conn 
S. J Borland 
Wm. Brock 
P. Pennock 
R. D. Robinson 
Ell Mtecham 
W. H. Ryan 
Henry Taylor 
J. McMurtry 
James Brownlee 
J. Beckman 
A. Glendinning 
W. McClellan 
Richard Love 
Peter Winger 
Alex. Dnnbar 
D. McDonald 
Wm. Harvey 
J. Dirstein 
WH.LaPenotiere 
R. Montgomery 
D. Matheson 
Joseph Lalonde 
John Hitcbin 
Charles Mulrine 
B. Carrigan 
Wm. Martyn 
H. F. Donaldson 
James Thomson 
John Wilson 
D. McDonald 
D. W. McLeod 
Thos. S. Lellane 


Dexter Klgin, E.R 


Karltown. W 
East Arthabaska ... 
Kast Bay, W 
EastBay, Norths. WO 


Colchester N S 
Arthabaska Q 
Cape Breton ...N S 
Cape Breton ...N S 


Dickinson s Landing 
Dickson s Store,W 




Colchester N S 
Djii-by N S 


Digdeguach, W ... 
Diligent River, W 


Charlotte N B 
Cumberland ...N S 
Huron, N.R 
St John . N B 




Arthabaska Q 
Compton Q 


East Cliff on 


Dipper Uir)xtur,WO 




Missisquoi Q 


Richmond N S 
Peel 


Eas>ternHarbour,WO 
Kast Farnham 


Inverness N S 
Brome Q 








Etst Glassville, W 
East Hawkesbury ... 
East Hereford 


Carleton N B 


Dortktown, W 


Northumb N B 
Bruce, N R 


Prescott O 


Compton Q 


Doherty s Mills, W 
Dollar 


Kent N B 


East Jeddore, W 0... 


Halifax N S 


York E R . . 


Magentic Q 


Domtiine de Gentilly 
Don 
Doncaster 


Arthabaska Q 
York, E. R 
York, E. R 
Perth, N R . . 


Eastnn s Corners 
East Oro 


Grenvjlle, N.R. ... O 
Simcoe, N R 


K. 1 ort.Msdway.W O 
KartR.St.Mary s.WO 
Ea.-tRiv. St.M.,WO 
East. Scotch Sett.WO 
E sideCbezz cook WO 
E sMe Pub.Harb.WO 
E sideW.Bh.E.R.WO 
East Templeton 
EastvilK W 
East Williamsburgh 


Queen s N S 


Hictou N S 


Donegal W O 


King s N B 


Guysboro N S 
King s N B 




Waterloo, S.R. ... 
Lanark, S R 
Westmorland. ..N B 
Middlesex, E R... 
Wellington, N.R. 
Oxford, S.R 
Renfrew, N.R. ... 
York N B 
Queen s .. .. N B 


Do ran 


Halifax NS 


Dorchester 


Yarmouth N S 
i ictou N S 


Dorchester Station... 
Dorkin <r . 


Ottawa Q 


Dornoch 


Colchester N S 
Dundas 


Douglas. W 
DouHas ILirb r WO 


Oxford, S.R 






Gaspe Q 




Colchester N S 
Colchester N S 


Douglnstown, W O... 
Douglas Valley R.WO 
Dover, W 


Northumb N B 
Queen s N B 


Economy(Upp r.)WO 


Northumb. W. R. 
Elgin, E.R 


Halifax . . . N 7 S 




Dover, \V 


Westmorland... N B 

Kent ... 


Eden Mills 


Wellington^.R... 
Simcoe, N R. ... 


Dover South . 




Downeyville ... 


Victoria. SR 
York. W.R 
Restigouche ...N B 
Wellington, N.R. O 
Bothwell 


J. S. McCarthy 
Robert Clarke 
Michael Doyle 
W.C. Wortley 
C. P. Watson 
John Arthur 
Marcus Child 
Alex. Taylor 
Isabella Harrison 
Jas. McKenzie 
Miss C. M. Millar 
L. Brokenshaw 
Win. Hobson 
Win. McNabb 
R. Johnston 
James Tait 
Thomas Smith 
7erah Evans 
Mrs. Jas. Cossar 
James Treuholm 
John Fraser 
Wm. Whitehead 
Samuel Smith 
A. C. Allison 
John Parker 
Wm. McRae 
James Barnes 
James May 
J. M.Thornton 
David Baker 
Alex. Laiug 
Rev. D Rosa 
J. E. Tuttla 
John Barker 
J. J.Carruthers 
R Clendinning 
John McVey 
Kdward Baker 
Hugh Bell 
Tbos. Armour 
George Dunphy 
John Letts 

Wm. Graham 
J. L. McDonald 
James Russell 
Hector McLean 
Achd. McKenzie 
E. McCaull 


Kd ir ecombe .. . ... 


Perth, N.R 
Albert N B 


IVmnsview 
ioyle Sett. W O 


Edgett s Land g.WO 
KdfTP wortli 


Kent ... . O 


Edmonton Peel 


Dresden 


Drew 


Wellington, N.R. 
Stanstead ., Q 


Edwardsburgh 
lOel Brook, W 
Eel River, WO 


Grenville, S.R. ... O 
Yarmouth N S 
Restigouche ...N B 
Monck .. .O 


Drow s Mills ... 


Dromore 


Grey, SR 
Durham, E.R 
Oxford. N.R 
Drummond Q 
Welland O 


Drumbo 
Drummnwlville Butt 
DruanmnndmUe H esl 
Drumquiu 




Renfrew, S.R 
Simcoe, S.R 
Wellington, N.R. 
York, E.R O 


Egbert .. 




Halton 




Drury 


Simcoe, N.R 
Perth. N R . 




Huron, S.R 
Grey, SR 
Sheffvrd Q 


Dryd -n 


Egremont 


f)U(ll t 


Bothwell 


Dublin Shore, AV O... 
Dndswell 


Lunenburg ...N S 
Wulfe Q 


Elder 


Card well 




Hastings, N R. ... 
Wentworth, S.R. 
Leeds, S.R 


Dulleriu 


Haldimand / 
Charlotte NB 
Uruce. N.R O 
York N B 


Wrida 


Dr.m tn R R.sit.WO 
Duniblane 
Dumfries, W 






Albert N B 




Frontenac ... . 


Dun. niv 


Argenteuil Q 




Middlesex, E.R... 
Huron, S R. O 


Dunli.-ir 




Dunliiirtfm 


Ontario. SR 
Grev, N.R 
Middlesex. N.R... 
Grey. S.R. 
Wentworth. N.R. O 
Huntingdon Q 
Kestigouche ...N B 
Huntingdon Q 
Uundas 
Northumb. E.R... 
Simcoe, N. R 
Huron, N.R 
Westmorland... NB 
Missisquoi Q 


Klizabethvillo... .. 


Durham, E.R 
Bruce, S.R 


Duncan 
Duncri-f 




EllerKhausen. W O... 


Hants . N S 


Dundalk 
* Dun/las 


York, ER 


Elliott 


Lanark 


Dundee 


Elm Grove 


Simcoe, S.R 

Waterloo, N.R ... O 
Hants N S 


Dundee. W 
Dundee Centre 
Duudela 
Dundonald 


Elmsdale 


Klmsville, WO 


Pictou N S 


Simcoe, N.R 
Bruce SR o! 


Dunedin 




Dunqannon 


*E/nra 


Wellington, C.R. 
Bruce N R ... .0 


Dungiven, W 
Dttn iam 






Oxford, N.R 
Russell . . . o 


Dunkeld 


L ruce. S.R O 




*DunnviHf, Monck O 


Emerald ... 




Dunp ;v, W 


Northumb N B 
Poritiac ... Q 


Emigrant Road.W 
Emigrant Sett. W 
Enfield 


Westmorland, N B 
Westmorland, N B 
Durham, W.R. ... 
Hants N Sj 


Dunraven 




Carleton 


Dunsiord 


Victoria, S.R 
Bruce. S.R. O 




Dunsinaue 


English Corner. W 
English Sett. W 0... 
English Town 
Enniskillen 


Halifax N S 1 


Dunlnam ; Simeon, N. R 
Dunvegm Glengarry 


Queen s N B 


Victoria N S 
Durham, W.R. ... Oj 
Peterboro .W.R... 


^Ditrlinin Grev, S.R 
DurJiam Plctoa NS 


Ennisniore .. 



70 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1571. 



POST OFFICE. 



Enterprise 

Xpping 

Epscm. 

Eramosa 

Erbsville 

Erie 

*Erin 

Erinsville .... 
ErinTille, WO. 

Ei-roll 

Escott 



Escuminac (sub) 



ELECTORAL DIV. 



Addiagtnn 

Grey, N.R 

Ontario, N.R 



POSTMASTER. 



Robert Graham 
Jos. 0. Huokins 



Wellington, C.R. Robt. Dryden 
Waterloo, N.R.... OJJohn L. Erb 

Haldimand 0|R. McBurney 

Wellington, C.R. 0, Wm. Cornock 
Addington Oi Patrick Walsh 



Qimboro N S 

Lanibton 

Leeds, S.R 

Bonavt-nture ... Q 



Charles Kenney 
George Whiting 
Jos. L. DowsVy 
John Campbell 



e, W Northumb N B James McLean 

. I Hal ton O;John Murray 

Etangdu Nord (sub) Gaspe Qj Charles Bourque 

Ethei Huron, N.R Oj James Spence 



Etobicokt 

Eugenia ............... 

Evttngeline ............ 

Evelyn .................. 

Everett .................. 

Eversiey ............... 

Everton ............... 

* Enter .................. 

Fnfard .................. 

Fairfit ld ............... 

Fairfiekl. Kast ...... 

Fairfield, W ......... 

Fairfield Plain ...... 

Fairhnven, W ...... 



York, W.R 

Grey, S.R 

Stanstead Q 

Middlesex, E.R... 

Simcoe, S R 

York, N.R 



F. A. Rowland 
R. McL. Purdy 

C. Dupont 
George Henshaw 
Thomas Gordon 
James Tiuline 



Wellington, C.R. Ol J. Tovell 

Huron, S.R OJWm Sanders 

Lotbiniere QjWm. J. Cry an 

Kent Sarah A. Burt 

Leeds Alden Johns 

St. John N B J. A. Floyd 

Brant, S.R 



Charlotte ...... N B 




St John ......... N B 

Victoria, N.R ...... 

Middlesex, N.R... O 



Brant, S.R........" Mi Stally 



Fairview ............... j Perth, S.R., 

Fairville ..... 

Falkenburg. 

Falkirk ....... 

Falkland .... 

Fallbr.Hik ............... Lanark, S.R ....... 

Falls Bay Beach, W Cape Breton ...N S 
Hants ............ N 8 

Hants ............ N 8 

Carleton ......... N B 

Carleton ......... N B 

Leeds, S.R ......... 

Wellington, N.R. 
Brome ............... Q 

Biome ............... Q 



Elijah Forsyth 
T. L. Holmes 
Richard Forrest 
C. F. Tilton 
Robert George 
James Priestley 



Falmoulh. W 
Falinouth,W.B.,WO 
Farley s Mills. W 
Farmerston, W ... 

JtorinersviUe 

Farmington 

Farnboro 

Farnham Centre ... 

Farquhar . 

Farran s Point 

Father Point 

Felton 

Fenaghvale 

Fenella 

FeneJnn PJ.VS 

Fennells 

Fenwick 

Fen wick, W 

Fenwick, WO 

*Fergus 

Ferauson s Falls 

Fergusonvale 



Huron, S.R 







Stormont ......... 



Wm. Smith 
Angus McAuley 
James Wolf 
Albert Reid 
James Lawson 
Wm. E. Estey 
Arza Parish 
John Curry 
Leonard Wells 
John Johnston 
Robert Monteith 
John R. Farran 



Rimouski Q P. D. Rouleau 

Russell 



Prescott 

Northumb. W.R. 
Victoria, N.R 



J. Proudfoot,jun 
George Harper 
R. B. Jameson 



Siincoe, S.R OJ J. G. Feigehan 



Monck 



H 



King s N B 

Cumberland ... N S 
Wellington, C.R. 

Lanark, SR 

Simcoe, N.R 



Feriuoy Addingtoa 

Fernhill Middlesex, N.R. .. 



James W. Taylor 
Arch. McFarlane 
John D. Davison 
James McQueen 
Robert Hicks 
Albert Ferguson 
Thomas W. Wat 
Jenkin Owen 



Ferris, W Queen s N B R. O Donell 



Ferry ville, W ...... 

Fevcrsham 



Fi-h-rville ............ 

Fitch Bay ............... 

Fitzroy Harbour .... 

Five Wands, W ... 



Carleton N B 

Grey, S.R 

Elgin, W.R 

Haldimand 

Stanstead Q 

Carleton 

Colchester N S 



Five Mile rdver, WO,Hant8 N S 

Flatlauds !Restigouche ...N B 

Fltfher/on Grey, S.R 

Fletcher Station,WO Halifax N S 

Fleuraut (sub) Bonaventure Q 

Flinton Addington 

Flora Waterloo, N.R.... 

F/imnce Bothwell 



Floreaceville Carleton N B 

Florenceville E. W Carleton N B 

Foley Ontario, SR O 

Folly Lake, W ... Colchester N S 

Folly Mountain, WO Colchester N S 

Fontenoy Richmond Q 



Fmdhill Monck 

Fordyce Huron, N.R O 

Forest iLambton 



James Hemphill 
Mary Sproul 
Samuel Tubby 
James Elswort i 
J. L. Bachelder 
Robert Shirreff 

Joseph McLearn 
Arch. M Keozie 
W. K. Flesher 
J. G. Dimock 
William Gray 
J. A. Carscallen 
Isaac Devitt 
John \. Young 
S. G. Burpee 
D. Tompkins 
Tho. Williamson 
A. McCulloch 
Samuel Fisher 
R. Frazer 
Danson Kinsman 
W. Farquharson 
R. Dier 



POST OFFICE. 



Forester s Falls 

Forest Mills 

Forestville 

Forfar 

Forks, W O. 



Forks Baddeck, WO 

Formosa 

Forristall s,WO 

Fort Coulonge 

Fort Erie. 

Fort William 

Fort William 

fester s, W O 



Foster s Cove, W 0... 
Fourche, W ......... 

Fournier ............... 

Foxboro ............... 



Fox Creek, W ...... 

Fox Harbour, WO... 
Fox River .............. 

Framboise, W ...... 

Frampton ............. 

Frankford ............ 

Franklin ............... 



Franklin Centre 

Franktown 

Frankville 



Kraser s Grant, W 
Eraser s Mills, W 0. 

Fredericton 

Fredericton Rd. W 

Freelton 

Freeport 

Freiburg 

* Frelighsburg 

French Kiver,W 0... 

French Village 

French Village, W 

Frogmore 

Frome 

Frost Village 

Fultord 

Fullarton 

Fulton 



Gaberouse, W 

Gad s Hill 

Gagetmun 

*Oalt 

Galway 

Cambridge 

*Ganano(]ue 

Garafraxa 

Garden Island 

Garden of Eden, WO 
Garden River . 



ELECTORAL BIT. 



POSTMASTER. 



Renlrew, N.R. ... Oliver Forester 
Lennox Alex. H. Roe 



Norfolk; S.R 



C. A. White 



Leeds, S.R 0| Richard Hales 

Queen s N B^G. Kier-<toad 

Victoria N Si A. R. Watson 

Bruce, S.R F. X. Mesnor 

uysboro N S John ForristaTI 

Pontiac Q:Thr>mas I rys^n 

Welland George Lewis 

Algoma Mi?s C. McVirar 

Pontiac Q James McCool 

Lunenburg N S Henry Foster 

Victoria N B Abner Turner 

Richmond N SjJoslah Hooper 

Prescott 0}A. S. McLennan 

Hastings, E.R. ... Edward Philpott 
Westmorland, N B Philip Burk 
Cumberland ...N S Archd. Robertson 

Gaspg Q J. C. Parent 

Richmond N S John Strachan 

Dorchester Q M. Fitzxeialct 

Hasting, W.R... Wm. Gilbert 

Durham, E.R Wm. Maiiuire 

Huntingdon Q Wm. Cant well 

Lanark, S.R O.K. McEwen 

Leeds, N.R O G. H. Cannon 

Anti jonishe ...N S John Frascr 

Pictou N Si Alex. Grant 

York N BlA. S. Phnir 



Westmorland, N B 
Wentworth. N.R. 
Waterloo, S.R. ... 



J. 0. Sullivan 
James Hirst 
Elias B. Snyder 



Waterloo^ N.R.... OiF. Komlnch 
Missisquoi Q W. M. Pattison 



Pictou N S 

Drummond Q 



Mrs.C. McDonald 
Francois Pothier 



King s N B: George lioattie 

Peel Wm. Axford 

Elgin, W.R James Morse 

Shefford Q John Williams 

Brome Q Philo England 

Perth, S.R 0;Jchn Buchan 

Lincoln OJJotlll Grassie 

Cape Breton ...N SiW. Balstcr 

Perth, N.R Wm. B. Crinkley 

Queen s N B Edward Simpson 

Waterloo, S R. ... John Davidson 
Peterboro . E R... Oj Thomas Probert 
Ontario, N.R Nicholas Dure 



Leeds. S.R 



U. F. Brit ton 



Wellington, C.R. A. Light body 

Fronteuac 0| George Cumin ing 

Pictou NS Mrs. D McGrigor 

Algoma Rev. Ja?. Chanca 

Gardner s Creek, WO St. John N BJJohn J. Wallico 



L Islet Q Elie Chouinard 

Wolfe Q David Grenier 

Gaspe Q J. J. Kavatmgh 

Queen s N B Charles K. Langia 

King s N S S. Caldwt ll 



Garneau 

Garthby 

Gaspe Basin 

Gaspereaux, W ... 
Gaspereaux. W ... 

Gay s River, W ...(Halifax N S M 

Gay sRiver Road,WO \ Halifax N S Robt, B Taylor 

Geary, WO Sunbury N B Asa Carr 

Gemley Addington James Sfnlker 

Geneva Argenteuil Q G. A. Hooker 

Gentilly Nicolet Q L. Bnmi-lle 

* Georgetown Ilalton O Francis Birclay 

Ge.orgeville Stanstead } Increase Bullock 

*Ge.nrgina. York, N.R O J R. Boinchier 

Albert N li Wm. Filhnore 

Lunenburg N S George McKeen 

Guysboro N SJ.Iohn McN il 

Digby N B [ H. S. Mallett 

Prince Edward... John D (Albert 

Simcoe. S.R W. H. Graham 

\Hddlesex, E.R... 0,L. McMurmy 

Bruce, N.R 0;J. Crawford 

Wentworth, S.R 0,John Atkinson 
Middlesex, E.R... O John Turnbull 

Grey. S R O Joseph Aiiksn 

Ontario, N.R. ... Benj. Parker 

Carlson N 1! Hut-h Mil cr 

Antigoninhe ...N S D. McMillm 
We)liiuti>n. N.R. O George Allan 
Victoria, N.R 0, 



Germantown, W 0... 
Getson s Point, W 
Giant s Lake, W 0... 
Gilbert Cove. W 0... 

Gilbert s Mills 

Gilford 

Gladstone 

Glammis 

Glanford 

GUnworth 

Glascott 

Glasgow 



Glen, W O 
Glenallan 
Glenarm . 



, WO ...... 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



77 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


I OST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 






Sleoige Hunter 
M.N. Stephens 
Oonald McRae 
Richard Howes 
I. McKimion 
Mat. Archibald 
John Frasrr 
[I. M. Frame 
J. Rockingham 
Wm. Hay 
3ec>. E. Meyer 
Gavin Fleming 
John Murray 
Alex. K. McKiae 
C. McGillavry 
W. A. Brown 
Henry May berry 
Robert Gibson 
diaries Williams 
Wm. L. Goble 
A. Dickson 
fesseCumminper 
Jeorge Corbett 
lugh Ha<-kett 
Jenjamin Redy 
"hos. Frankland 
Archibald Good 
M. Chapman 
John Prescott 
)avid Patterson 
Moses Crosby 
3. Thompson 
Sarah Gabetis 
James Gormley 
Henry Besanson 
Jos. Coatsworth 
3. A. Robinaon 
Donald Sinclair 
George Germain 
Alex. Ross 
James Mevvhort 
Hrs.M. A.Gowat) 
Thos. M. Carswell 
Wm. McKenzie 
J. Gillard 
Peter Lamphier 
S. W, Tracy 
Horace Lyman 
Donald Mclntosh 
Allan McLean 
FrancisLeGresle; 
David Hamm 
Miss D. Nugent 
Charles Esnouf 
R. A. Girardin 
Patk. McMillan 
Thomas Soucier 
Fidele Legere 
David Fraser 
K. Gaskell 
J. S. McNeil 
W. Roach 
Joseph 0. Sirois 
Kdwin Akerly 
II. Murchison 
W. B. Troop 
Alfred Tro:p 
.J. Edmonstone 
John C. Munro 
James Jamieson 
Mrs. P. Baron 
Peter Cockburn 
Mtrk Graystock 
Joshua King 
Joseph Avard 
A. W. McLellan 
John Asling 
Humphry Youn 
Thomas Wakem 
Nath. Freeman 
Mrs. J. McKenzi 
H. Montgomery 
Philip Roblin 
George April 
J. H. Smith 
John Lvnch 


iv. ii s Creek, W C) 
Greeusville 


Colchester N S 
\Veutworth, N.R. 0)1 
Inverness N Si 
King s N B 


Daniel Dart 
Jame.s Jovce 
Allan G.Purdy 

Frederick Meen 
Kdward P idham 
E. J. Brown 
W. J. Mellow 
John Leckie 
Andrew Grier 

W.II.Adanif , sen. 
H. K. Nelles 
Pierre Cote 
M. McDonald 
W. B. L\ on 
Win. Kiimsmill 
W. Wamrh 
Mrs. M Doane 
J. W. Doyle 

E.G.Conningham 

Robert -McKay 
Cbarlep H.-.^-er 
Jnhn Di^il n 
Wm. Fish.-r 
G. D. FulM-ton 
C. R. Stewm-t 
R. C. PC 1. 1 and 
Arthur Wood gate 
Alex. McCiva 
James P Hopkins 
John Hall 
Thomas Il.slcy 
A. D. Fraser 
Fred. Ritchie 
Michael Stanley 
J.IIamuiond.jnn. 
Joseph A. Fowler 
W. Fowler 
Henry Liesemer 
J. S. Vanwart 
H. Klliott 
John Flewcllinpf 
Nathaniel Smith 
Henry Hnndron 
Thomas Cowie 
Peter Campbell 
Wm. Davison 

Edmd. Corbett 

James Gh-an 
Mrs A. K. Ilutton 
Thomas Tapping 
Robert Noble 
James Grant 
Maurice Henley 
W. 0. LeRoy 
Wm. Kincaid 
John Dinby 
Edmund Corbett 
Richard Buck 
[Joseph Wsrrcn 
John McMillan 
John Kra.MT 
D. B. Campbell 
iDonald Reid 
JarneH Galloway 
IA. Manvudv 
Frederick Goble 
Saml. K. Stewart 
B. W Thomas 
Wm. Kennedy 
S. II. Shaw 
Archd. Campbell 
D. Terry 
J. M. Stevens 
D. Glendinning 
J. L. Brown 
James Hutchison 
R. Drope 
Henry Fowlds 
G. II. Chapman 
J. C. McQuaid 
J. B. LeBaron 
GileH Strum 




Siincoe, S.R 
Middlesex, W R. 




Greenville, W 
Greenwich Hill, WO 




Glenedale AV 


Inverness N S 
Guvsboro N S 
Pictou N S 

iiri/no M T? O 


Ontario, SR 








Glengarry Station ... 




Bruce, N.R 








Huron. N.R 
Grey, N R 




Bruce S R 


Mersville 
jlriffin Cove 




Norfolk, S.R 
Brant N R . . . .0 


Glen Morris 


Griffith 


Renfrew, S.R. ... 
















Glen Road, W 
Glen Sutton 




Gross Point, W ... 
Groveseud 
*Guelph 


Victoria N S 




Elgin, ER 
Wellington, S R. 
Cumberland ...N ? 
Shelburne N S 
Norfolk, N.R 
Guysboro N S 
Guysboro N S 
Haldimand 


Glen Tay . 


Lanark, S.R 
Frontenac 
llaltoil 
>xford, N.R 
Huron, SR 
Uuvsborough... N S 
Colchester N S 


Glenvale 
GlenAVilli4m 
Goble s Corners 
*Goderich 


Gulf Shore, W O ... 
jUQningCove,WO...i 




Goldem-ille, W ... 
Gold Fields, W ... 
GoldM Mt.Uni e.WO 
Gold River, W ... 
Goldstone 


Guysboro Inter.W 
If iQfirsville 


Hants N S 


Half Isla d.Cove.WO 
Halfway Brook, W 
Hnlfway River, W O 


Guyxboro ....... N S 
Colchester N i> 
Cumberland ...N" S 
Peterboro ,E.R... 




Wellington, N.R. 
Cailotun N B 
Ontario, N R 
St John . . N B 


Good Corner, W 0... 
Goodwood 


Halifax 


Goose Creek W ... 


Halifax 


Halifax N S 
Huntingdon Q 
Hastings, E.R. ... 
Peterboro ,K.R... 
King s N S 




Cumberland ... N S 
Carleton N B 




Gordon^ville, \V 0... 
Gore, W 




Hants N S 


Hall s Bridge 


Gore s Landing 
Gormley 


Northumb. W.R. 
York, E.R 
Huron, N.R 
Kssex 

Albert N B 


Hall s Harbour, WO 








Gosfield 
Gostien, WO... . 


Hamlet 


Lanark, S.R 
Perth, N.R 


Hammond 


Goshen, WO.. .. 


Antigonishe ...N S 
Lennox 


Hammond River, WO 
Hammondvale 


King s N B 




King s N B 


Gould 




Perth, N.R 


Gourock 


Wellington.S.R... 
Perth, N R 


Hampstead, W ... 


Queen s N B 




Durham.W.R. ... 
King s N B 


Goner Point ... 


Renfrew, N.R. ... 
Albert . N B 


Hampton, W 
Hamptown, W ... 
Hanford Brook, W 
Hannon 


Gowland Mount. Wo 


York N B 


Northumb. W.R. 
Peel O 
Shefford Q 
Shefford Q 


King s N B 


Grabamsville 
Granboro 
*Granby 


Wentworth, S.R. 
Grey, S.R 
Hants N S 


Hanmer 
Hantsport 


Grand Anse, W ... 
Grand Anae, W O ... 
Grand Aunce. W 
Grand Bay, WO 


Inverness N S 
Richmond N S 
Gloucester N B 
St John N B 


Hanwell W 


York N B 


Har. Bouchet,W 
Harbour Road, WO... 
Harbourville, W O... 
Ilarcourt 


Antigonishe ...N S 
Antigonishe ...N S 
King s N S 


Grande Baie 


Chicoutimi Q 


Renfrew, S. R. ... 
Addington 


Grande G re ve .... 


Hardinge 


Grande Li^ne 1st. .inhr\ O 


Hardwicke, W ... 
Hardwood La ds.WO 
Harewood, W 
Hargrave :. 


Northumb N B 
Colchester N S 


Grand Falls 
Grand F. Portage, WO 
Grandigue, W 
GraudiKueFerry,WO 
Grand Munan ..... 


Victoria N B 
Victoria N B 


Westmorland, N B 
Pontiac Q 
Leeds, S R 


Kent NB 


Richmond N S 
Charlotte N I 
Cape Breton ...N 8 
Gaspe C 


Harley 


Brant, S R 


Grand Nairows,W 
Grand Pabos 
Grand Kiver .... 




Perth, S R 


Hurold 


Hastings, N.R.... 
Lanark, S.R 
Middlesex, E.R... 
Halifax N S 




Grand liiver, WO... 
Grand River, W 0... 
Grandvillo Cent. WO 
Grandvi.le Ferry, WO 






Richmond N S 
Annapolis N S 
Annapolis N 


Harrigan Cove, W 
Harrington East ... 
Harrington West ... 


Argenteuil Q 


Oxford, N.R O 
Brant N R 




Duii las 




Wellington, N.R. 
Essex .. O 


Grauton 


Middlesex, N.R... 






Addington 


Gravenhurat 


Victoria, N.R 
Peterboro ,K.R... 
Cumberland ...N S 
Westmorland, N B 
Colchester N g 
Ontario, N.R C 


Hartford 


Norfolk, N.R 
Addington 


Qravstock 




Great Bridge, WO... 
Great Shemogue, WC 
Great Village.WO... 
Greenbank 


Hartland, WO 


Carleton N B 


Victoria, N.R 
York N R 






Albert N B 


Greonbush 


Harvey Station 
Harvey Hill Mines... 


York N B 


Greenfield, W 
Greenfield, W 
Green Hill, WO 


Carleton N B 




Queen s N 8 


Kent 


Pictou N g 


Harwood ... . . 


Northumb. W.R. 
Peterboro , E.R... 
Cumberland ...N S 
Albert N B 


Greenock 


Bruce, S R C 




Green Point ... 


Prince Edward... C 
Temiscouata C 


Hastings, W O 
Hastings, W 
Hatley 


Green River 


Green River 


Stanstead . . Q 


Green River, W 0.. 


Victoria N 13 


Haul tain .., 


Peterboro . E R... O 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1871. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV, 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL D1V. 


POSTMASTER. 

} Gen. Matthews 
G J. Marston 
) John Hull 
) 
John Thompson 

| Wflhert Nswhall 
) W Marshall 
! Taleb P. Mallory 
1 John Hne^ton 
l <!>.< rg H"nt 
1 John Lnnderkhi 
> Angus Frasi-r 
1 Alex. Baptta 
1 George Ord 
>! Patrick FiiiUn 
.[( atrink Wallfw 
Joseph Lautjs 

J. B. W. Chaffcy 
James Con way 
Hobert Ilanes 
Wm. G. Rrown 
Joseph Thirkall 
Richard Smith 
J. W. Burke 
Geo. Armstiong 
IJ> hn Kenwick 
Mrs. Sarah Bogg 
Benjamin Koss 
Thomas Cod* 
David Horseraan 
JD J. Walker 
Peter McRaa 
A. Neelands 
A.D. Campbell 
John A. Philoott 
M. McDonald 
John Larracey 
Chas W. Wright 
Thomas Thorpe 
i Jnmes Grier 
.Wm. K. Bishop 
IS. B. Thurber 
John McMillan 
W. W. Bailey 
A. McEachern 

B.G.L.ditJoliwG r 
Hev. V. Plinguet 
Marie S. Jobin 
Louis A. Bertrand 
Thomas Musson 
Thomas Kmo 
Geoige Davit 
G. R Wright 
Fred. L. Palmer 
James SimoiiHon 
David McUill 
Robert C. Caie 
Charles Janrait 
Robert Sill 
George Cn*s 
Wm. PUheny 
N. B. Cottls 
Joel Jenkins 
Michael Cahill 
A. Hendershot 
B. B Boggx 
Win. Johsstone 
Henry Heyrock 
I homas M<>sou 
Charles Smith 
John Boyd 
Rufus C. Wry 
Eusebe Asselin 
Xavier Brassard 
Clark Snure 
John Downie 
Hugh McDonnell 
Jas. McCordie 
E. F. Dunham 
Alexis Gagn6 
W. J. Wood 
John C. Braman 
L. Lagorgendiere 


liHVflMCk 


Poterboro , E.R... C 
Prescott C 


Peter Pearoe 
.1. G. Higginson 
James Houston 
M P. Empey 
Geo. South wirk 
James Murray 
Wm. Broad 
Michael Hayes 
R.l McDougall 






* Hiiwk?sbury 


* If all 
Hullsville 
Humber 


Ottawa ( 
Ilaldimand ( 
York. W.R i 
Welland ( 


HMW kstone 
JJawltviUt 


! Simcoe, N.R C 
Waterloo, N.R.... C 
Oxlord, S. R 
Huron, S.R C 
Durham, W.R. ... C 
Weutworth, N.R. 
Inverness N 
Waterloo, S.R. ... C 
Carleton 


H*wtry 
Hav 




Simcoe, KR ( 
Maskinongo ( 
Huntingdon I 
f-herbrooke C 
Carleton ( 
Victoria, N.R. ... ( 
Wellington. N.R. C 
Middlesex, E.U... ( 
Durham, E.R ... C 
Middlesex, E.R... C 
Haldiinand C 
Levis C 


Haydf.n 
Hii\ rt*la nd 






Hay s River, W ... 
Ilivsville 


Huntin tr ville 


M Somerville 

J. Montgomery 
W. A. Maxwell 

Thomas Holden 
J. Little 
Win. E. Fowler 
Samuel Shatforc 
Mrs J. Eraser 
Wm. Young 
Hugh McNeil 
Wm. DohBon 
Thomas Barclay 
G. II. D. For? hne 
George Brown 
Thomas J. Rork 
John Irwin 
C. Cohan 
Hugh Hughes 
John Krassler 
MissJ R.Bernard 
John Scriver 
Wm. Dickson 
Win. Cockerline 
3a)ixte Dupuis 
Wm. Spencer 
M. Geer 
Aaron Workman 
George Brown 
feter Currie 
John Chapman 
!Iugh Kent 
lldirli Hanna 
T. II. Dillon 
II. Diitclib-irn 
Win. Crowell 

Wm. Tredway 
Solomon Flakier 
Thomas L. Ilill 
Malcolm McNeil 
H. K. Sleeves 
Win. How, sen. 
John Faragher 
N PWannamaker 
Hu^h Love, sen. 
P. Collicutt 
A. A. Becker 
John J. Baker 
II. Hoath 
F. Painchaud 
Thomas Martin 
A. M. Whitfield 
Miss E. B. Sloant 
S. Robertson 
Kdward Kelly 
Isaac Broad 
N. D. McKenzie 
John Quibell 
A. T. Campbell 
Peter A. Cavers 
George Lawrence 

Thomas E. Peck 
John Gunn 
M. B. Palmer 
Wm. C. Pipes 
John R. Russell 
John McMillen 
Wm. Airth 
3eorge Bundy 
Kdward Paquet 
fhos. Thompson 
Thomas Gebbie 
Robert Fox 
James Riddell 


Huutley 
Huntsville 


Ha/.ledean 


Headfird 


York, ER 


Held Lake 


Victoria, N.R ( 
Cumberland ...N S 
Shelburne N S 
King s N B 


Hyde Park Corner- 
Ida 


Hea-lofArnherstWO 
He.idJordanRiv.WO 
He.-H Millstre m.WO 
Head of Ridge, W 
H.St.Margt s Bv.WO 
H.St.M.B.(M.Du)WO 
H.St. Mary s Bav.WO 
H.South R .Lake. WO 
II.Tatamago e.B.WO 
H^ad of Tide, WO... 
H d. Wallace Bay, WO 
H.Wall eB.(N.S.)WO 
Heulhcote 
Ilebr.m, W 






Westmorland, N I! 
Halifax N S 


Indian Cove 


Indian Harbour. WO 
Indian Harbour, WO 
Indian Is1and,W 0... 
Indian River 


Halifax N fc 


Halifax N S 


Guvsboro N S 
Charlotte N I 
Peterboro , E.R... C 
Hants N S 


Digby N S 


Autigonishe ...N S 
Colchester N S 
Restigouche ...N B 
Cumberland ...N S 
Cumberland ...N S 
Grey, N.R 
Albert N B 


Indian Road, W 0... 
Indian Town, WO... 


St. John N I 
Oxlord, S.R C 
Peterboro , E.R... C 
Victoria N F 


Ineoldsby . 


Ingonich, W 
Inistioge 


Grey, S.R 


Hebron, W 


Yarmouth N S 


Heck.-ton 


Grenville, N.R.... 
Waterloo, N.R,... 
Dorchester Q 




Oxford, N.R 
Simcoe, S.R 
Lanark, S.R 
Wei- tmorelanU, N B 
FronUjnac . 


Heidelbun* 


Innisfil 
Imrisville 
Intervale, AV 


Hemison 


Jlemming ford..., 


Huntingdon Q 
Prescott 
St. John s Q 


Henry 
Hcnrvsburg 


Inver/iuron 


Bruce, N.R O 
Bruce N R 


Uenryville 


Iberville Q 


Hepworth. 
Herbert 


Grey, N.R 
Brome Q 




Me-svnHc Q 




El"in W R 


Hereford 


Compton .. . Q 


Iri.hCove, W 
Irish Town, W ... 
Iron Hill 


Tape Breton ...X S 
Westmorland, N B 

"Hroino . O 


Here ward ; 


Wellington, C.R. 
Restigouche ...N B 
Waterloo, N.R.... 
Peterboro , E.R... 
Halifax N S 


Hi-ron s Island, W 
"H-sprltr 




Hiawatha 


*>JroyutAs 


Dundas . . 


main s Sett m.WO 
Hir;h Falls 


Irving Settl. W ... 


Albert \ B 


Keufrew. S.R 
York, W.R 


Megantic Q 
Guysboro N S 


Hi-hfioid 


Isaac s IIarbour,W 


IliL hfield, W 


Hants N S 


Hitrhifiite 


Bothwell 


hi A y 


Victoria, N.R O 
Charlevoix Q 


lliz iland Creek 


York, E.R 


[sle auxCoudref(s.o.) 
[sleauxGrues 


Ilillier 


Prince Edward... 
! ambton 


L Islet Q 


Hillfiboroiuh 


Hprrhior f> 


Hillsboro , C.B.,WO 
ITiH.-ilmrmiglt, ... . 


Inverness N S 
Albert N B 


Isle Perrot Vaiidrenil O 




Temiscoiwta Q 
York, W.R 
Hasting?, N.R.... 
Simcoe, S II 
Grey N R ... 


Hill&lmrqli 


Wellington. C.R. 
Simcoe, N.ll 


Tslington 
Ivanhoe 
[vy 
Jackson 


HilNdalw 


Hillsdrtle. WO 
Hill s Green 


King s N B 


Huron, S.R 
Albert N B 


Hillside, W O... 


Jacksontowu. W 0... 
Jacksonville, W 


Carleton N B 


Hilron 


Northumb.K.R... 


Carleton N B 


Ho:oic 




Durham. E.R. ... 
Gloucester N B 
^irnrr*;, N.R 
Itiildimaud 
Grenville, N.R.... 
Halifax ... N S 


Hoath Head 
Hocnelaga 


Grey, N.R 
Hochelaga Q 


Jsneville, WO 
Jarratt s Corners ... 

JtlTVlS 


llo-.-kley 


Curd well 


Hnlbrook 


Oxfjrd. S.R 
York. N.R 


lasper 
Jeddore W .. .. 


Ilitlm 


Wellington, N.R. 
Huron, N.R 
Carl, ton N B 
Grey, S.R. 




Queen s \ B 


H .lnjesviUe 


Jenkins W 


Queen s N B 


Il.ilm.-sville, WO... 
Ilolstein 


lersey, R.Chaudiere, 
Jersey ville 


Beauce Q 


Wentworth, S.R. O 
Cumberland ...N S 
Grey, N.R 


Holt 


York, N R 


Toggin Mines,WO... 
Johnson 


Holvrood 


Bruce, S.R 


Homer .... 




Tohnson s Mills 
Johnston, W 


Huron, S.R 
Queen s N B 


Honeywood 
Hopetown 


Simcoe, S.R 
Lanark, N.R 




H ipcwel), W 
Hopewell, W 
Hi juiwell Cape 
HopewellCorner.WO 
Hopowell Hill, W 
Hornby 


Albert N B 


Johnville. W 
Jolicure, W O 


Carleton N B 


Pictou N S 


Westmorland, N B 
Joliette Q 


Albert N B 
Albert N B 






Dbicoutimi Q 


Albert N B 




Halton O 


Jordan Bay, W ... 
Judique, W 


ihelburne N S 
Inverness N Si 
Lsmbton O 


Homing s Mills 
Houghton 


Grey, S.R 
Noifolk, S.R 
Gaxpe Q 




Hi ine Ilarbour(sub) 
HIIWH Island 




A.ddiiib$ton 
\amouraska Q 
Carleton O 


Frontenac 




llowirk 


Chateauguay ... Q 
Halifax . . N S 


Kara 


J(ul>l>ard sCove,WO 
HubbeLl s Fulls 


Cars, W O Kin" s NB 


Carlton 


Katevale .Suustesd Q 



[78] 



1871.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL. DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELF.CTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER,. 




Ottawa Q 


fV m. McPherson 
Alex. Huuhes 
lames Gilcbrist 
3. P. Hughes 
George Kvans 
Lewis Huff 
Peter MacFarlant- 
T. Armour, jun. 
Won. Hoard 
E. P. Freeman 
J. H. Hamilton 
David Raudall 
K. McKenzie 
Hugh Cameron 
A. S. Ilingley 
Robert Leslie 
W. Trull 
George Bartley 
Robert Hayward 
John B. BrauneL 
I. S. Sandford 
Mrs. L. Densmore 
John B. Shaw 
G. E. Calkin 
James Irving 
Mngloire Parent 
Wm. Donolly 
Henry Stennett 

Wm. Henneburg 
Jacob Walton 
Samuel Cooper 
Thos. L. White 
0. Vigneault 
Damase Thouin 
Solomon Thebo 
D. Fergus.son 
Isaac Lowes 
George Nesome 
D. McKellar 
Wm. Munro 
Thomas Sloan 

Geo. Fetherston 
M. McKendrick 
Benjamin Lloyd 
A. McMillan 
E. T. Martin 

Goo. Williamson 
J. A. Hammond 

Smith Leith 
Robert Deacon 
Samuel Foster 

Chas. Harrison 
John Wheeloek 
George Cooper 
James Moriarty 

Simon Corrigan 
John Hunter 
James Kinnear 
Levi Mackey 
Wm. Grant 
Wm. Easgon 
Robert Mellis 
II. L. Powers 
John McTagijan 
Wm. McLedd 
Wm. Smith 
John Kirk 
John Callander 
W. McMillan 
Thomas White 
Wm. Reed 
Robert Ricker 
Albert Kimball 
Thomas Fulton 
John McGillero 
Robert Hurd 
J. D. Groh 
George Raymonc 
Mme. M. Rossea 
C. Hebert 


M Beauce 


Beauce Q 


I. B. Buuiieville 
DT.Charbouneau 
J. 0. Laurier 
Sapo eon Dnquct 
Geo. L Meiklu 
3. C. LiijeuneMe 
J. B. Pelletier 
1\ VanVliKt 
Charles Picotte 
DoncddCattanneb 
John Mi-l>onald 
Isaac Heckman 
Mrs.M A.Cronan 
Anirus Mrlnnis 
Chas. McMillan 
John McKinnon 
Geo. Champoux 
A. Simmons 
John Shaw, jun 
Rev. F.X.Methot 
G. Rogers 
C. M Sherwood 
Daniel Morris 
Charles Crosby 

James E. Brcwn 
James Fortune 
Myles Young 
J. McDonald 
M. Flannigan 
Robt. Armstrong 
Charles Stuart 

Reuben Chase 
D. C Burpee 
Francois l?riere 
John R. Tait 
James Taylor 
George Kelley 
Dr. L. Labivcque 
H. A. Sormauy 
W. Robertson 
K. McPherson 
Louis Veimette 
W. W. Langs 
Wm. GltH-son 
John LaMgsr. ift 
John Steinhcff 

K. LeSC-ult 

Joseph A. Bradley 
G. F. Giasson 
P. Potvm 
Jan. Des Gapneg 
Joseph Shepard 
Ileury Lanty 

M. Blain 
J. Braeseau 

Alexis Millet 
Michael McNjel 
Hugh McPherson 
J. T. Hebert 
Jos. Foucere 
Geo. S. Baldwin 
J. Guilbault 
Geo. McKen /,je 
Mark App .eby 
F. Ridley 
Cbas. Bourget 
Rev. A. Gauthier 
Joseph Charland 
Arch. Browning 
I. B. Mastin 
C. Gagnon 
J. W. James 
Samuel Hiltz 
K. Lawrence 
Wan-en Kimball 
K. Learned 
George Leask 
Thos. Mc.Mnlkin 
Joseph Lord 
Bridget Leary 
Sacali Jiigt-iH 
Davjd Diivijson 
D I,iu k}mrr 


Kay Sett leiuent,"VV 


Westmorland, N B; 
3rev N R 




L Assomptii n Q 
Jacques dirtier... Q 
Argeiitetiil Q 
Terreboune Q 
L Islet Q 




Oardwell 






Peterttoro , E R... 
Kent 
Huntingdon Q 
Brant, S.R 


*Luchute 


Keith 
Kelso 








Lacolle 
u,afontaine 


St. Juhns Q, 
Simcof. N.R 
Glengarry Q\ 




Grey, N R 


Kempt W 


Queen s N S 


Kempt. W 
Kempt Bridge. Vf 
Kempt Head, W 0... 
Kempt Road. W 0... 
Kempt Town.W O... 


Yarmouth N S 
Yarmouth N S 
Victoria N S 






Lallave Cr.Rds..W 
La Have River. W 0. 
Lake Ainslie, W O... 
L.Ainslie(e. 8.) W 0. 
L.Ainflie(s.s.) WO. 


Lunenburg N S; 
Luunnburg N S 


Richmond N S 
Colchester N S 
Gre&vjlle. N. R... 
Durham, W.R. ... 
Beauce Q 
Wellington, N.R. 
Russell 








Kendnl . .... 


Wolfe Q 


Kennebec Line 






Lake Dore 
Lake Etchemin 
Lakefield 


Renfrew, N.R 




Kennetcook, W ... 
Kennetcook Cor.WO 
Kent Bridge 
Ktniville 


Hants N S 




Hants N S 


Lakefield W 


King s .. N B 


Kent 
King s N 8 
Middlesex N.R .. 


Lake George, W O.... 


York N B 


Lake George, WO.... 


Yarmouth N S 


Peterboro ,K.R... O 
Cumberland ....N S 
Invercess N S 
Huron, N.R 
Compton Q 


Kerry 


Prescott 


Lakelands, W 
Lake Law, W 
Lakelet 


Krteh 




Keswick 
Keewick Ridge, W 
Ketch Harbour, W 
Kettleby 
Kevser 


York, N.R 
York N B 




Halifax N S 


Lake Settlem t.W 0.. 
Lakeside 


Kei.t NB 
Oxford, N.R 


York, N.R 
MiddlesbX,N.R... 
Halton 


Lake Temiscamiugu 
Lakeville, W 
Lakeville W 


Pontiac Q 


Kilbride 


Curleton N B 
King s . .. . N S 




Joliette Q 


Kilkenny 


Montcalm Q 


Lakeville Cor. W 


Sunbury N B 




District Algoma, 
Wellington, S.R. 
Peel O 
Grenville, N.R.... 
Middlesex, W.R. 


Wolfe Q 






Hastings. N. R... 
York, WR 
Middlesex, E.R... 


Kilmauagh 
Kilmarnock 


L Amarnux 






Kilmaurs - 




Gloucester N B 
Lanark, N.R O 
Glengarry O 


Kilsyth 


Grey, N.R 


*Lanark 
Lancaster 


Kimberley 


Grey, N.R 
Carleton 


^ Kincardine ... 


Bruce S R 




Brant S R 


King 
King Creek 
Kinglake 


York, N.R 
York, N.R 
Norfolk, S.R 




Bruce S R 


Langstaff (sub) 


York. E.R 
Norfolk, S.R 
Berthier Q 
Leeds S R 


Kingsbridge 


Huron, N.R 


Lanoraie 




Kingsclear, W 


York NB 


L Ane a Giles 


L Islet Q 


Drummond Q 
Drummond Q 
Kingston 




Chicoutimi y 


Kingsey Falls 


L Anse St. Jean 


IChicoutimi Q 




York, E.R 
Lunenburg N S 
Churlevoix .. , . Q 




King s N B 


Lanty s W. 


Kingston 


Kent NB 


LaP.R.St.Franc.(s.o.) 
La Pigeonniere 


Kingston Mills .... . 






KingntouVillage,M G 


King s N S 




Essex .. .... O 


La Presentation 
L Ardoise W 


St. Ilyacinthe ... Q 
Richmond N S 
Klgin, W.R 


Kinkora 


Perth, N.R 


Kinloss 


Bruce, S.R 


Largie 




Bruce, SR 


Klnmount 


Victoria. N.R 
Megan tic Q 


Larry s River, AY 
Laskay 


Cuysboro N S 
York N R 


Kinnear s Mills 
Kinsale 


Ontario, S.R 
Huron, N.R 
Oxford, NR 
Huron, S.R 
Durham, W.R.... 
Victoria, N.R 


*L Assmnption 


L ABsomption Q 


Kintail 


Kintore 


Latona 


Grey. S.R 

i Wellington, N.R. 
(Levis Q 


Kippeu 


Kirby 




Kirl-ffU 


Laval 


Montmorency Q 
1 Berthier Q 


Kirkkill 




Kirkhill, WO 


Cumberland ...N S 
Ottawa Q 




Lanark, N.R 
Simcoe, S.R 
Drummond Q 
Annapolis N S 
Halifax N S 
Shefford Q 


Kirk s Ferry 




Kirkton 


Perih, S. R 


L Avenir 


Kirkwall 


Wentworth, N.R. 
York, W.R 
Halton 




Xttnebitrqli 
Knatobbnll 


La\vrencetown,"W 0. 


Knowlesville, WO... 
*Knowlton 


Carleton N B 
Brome Q 


Iseamingtcsn 








Knoxford, W 


Carleton N B 




Ontario, N.R O 

(irav N H . fl 


Knoydart, W 
KonioJta 


Picton N S 




Middlesex, N.R....O 
Waterloo, N. R... 
Kent NB 


Leclercville . j Lotbini6re O 


Kossuth 


Ledge, W | Charlotte N B 


Koucbibouguac,W 
La Bate 




Lffroy Simcoe, SR 
Leicester. WO .. .. Cnnihnrlniul .. N S 


Labtwe ... 


Chicoutimi 



[79] 



80 .POST OFFICES IN CANADA. [1871. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL BIV. 


POSTMASTER. 






M. Jordan 
Alex. McDonald 
James Ross, sen 
Thomas Gullen 
Adam Hastings 
J. P. Gushing 
M. Leonard 
F. Le Blanc 
Francis G.llespie 
Alfred Hoyt 
Edward Slevin 
Pierre Pag6 
John C. Barry 

Geo. Leslie, jun. 
R. Boulliane 
George Dick, sen 
F. Bertrand 
Donald Gillis 
Wm. Herkins 
Jas. Lounsbury 
Srephen Mills 
T. A. Middleton 
John Newton 
James Jarmin 
Mr.OI. Me Donald 
Isaac S. Taylor 
Siui6on Mallory 
Thomas Adam 
Alex. Lindsay 
James W. House 
RonaldMcDonald 
Joseph Lynn 
A. Johnst ,ne 
Robert Y. Fish 
Arthur Mitchell 
John Zinkann 
Daniel Teskey 
James Hemlow 
MrsE.Ballantyne 
W. H. Hacking 
John H. Christie 
John Broad 
G. B. Abrey 
W. McDonald 
James Stewart 
Angus Beaton 
J. McDonald 
Hugh McAskil 
Thomas Ross 
Robert J.Colpitte 
Hiram Killam 
M. II. Coburn 
Lev! Irish 
Joseph Lawrence 
P. W. Frost 
W. G. Cole 
J. Richardson 
Thomas Oulton 
Joseph Symonds 
T. P. Calkin 
John Livingston 
A. Eastwood 
John McKenzie 
John Sears 
Arch. Campbell 
Wm. Glenn 
James Fraser 
R. Dewar 
Daniel Robertson 
Rod k Bethune 
D. McDougall 
X. Z. Chipman 
W. M. Walford 


Long Point, W .... 
Long Point, W ... 
Long Keaeh, W ... 
Long Settlem t, WO 
Lnngw.uil 


Inverness N S 
King s N S 


D. McDonald 
Heiiry Oj;ilvie 
Geo. F. U helfjley 
James H. Sproul 
P. Ltupetance 
Thos. Gordon 
Mrs. J A. White 
R. Wildman 
Thos. K I arker 
J. G. Vincent 
P. D. Kelly 
C Johnson 
John Mills 
M. Lenity 
Hugh Maddan 
Joseph Kennedy 
R.C. Struthers 
Thomas Allen 
Caleb Bro )ks 
II. Overholt 
David Smith 
George Stukney 
George ii^rahaia 
B. Beaumont 
Alex. Wilson 
James !{.>gers 
George Ristepn 
J. C Sliat ner 
Geo. J Sharp 
C. Christopher 
E. McLstchey 
K. Redman 
Joseph Oxner 
Jauies Matheson 
J. II. Tupper 
David Hoeg 
John Delany 
Phillip Brown 
John Wasson 
S. Black "urn 
James W. Brown 
Joseph McCarthy 
Wm Crtelmau 
Fiulay McRae 
Daniel { rarer 
Lac K ley Stairs 
W. Holdsworth 
Geo. A. Fillmore 
Stephen Britton 
J. A. Neckerson 
John Reirdon 
Angus \1cMrtster 
Oscar McCay 
William Porte 
R. Blackburn 
M. Campbell 
John Nelson 
Wm. Diunin 
F. Kirkpatrick 
Mrs A M Rudolph 
Jas. Mc Vindle 
Wm. Ditwson 
L. R. Tyrrell 
M. Bunnell 
Wm. Greenwood 
John S. Bell 

John Roddick 
George Gray 
John J Gitchell 
W. Axford 

John Kin? 
Allen McDonald 

D. A. Smith 
Coll McDougall 
D. SholT 
Edward Potts 
Michael McLean 
S. Armstrong 
John Y. Hoyt 
Ira Hicks 
Alex. Fraser 
Simon Fraser 
Jauies Smith 


Leitches Cr c ek,W 0. 
Leith 


Cape Breton N S 
Grey, N.R 


King s N B 


Carleton N B 


Lemonville 

*Len> Oxville, 


York, N.R 


Chambly Q 


Long wood 


Middlesex, W R.. 
Middlesex, W.R.. 
Hastings, E.R ... O 
Charlotte N B 
Quebec Q 
Cardwell 




Drummond Q 
L Assomption .... Q 
Charlotte N B 


f.on^wood Station... 
Lonsczale . . 






Lord s Cove, WO... 


Lequille, WO 


Annapolis N S 


Les rboulemens 


Loretto 


Portneuf Q 


*L Orignal .. 


p r ecott 


Les Escoumains 
Leskard 




Lorraii.e 


Cardwell 


Durham W.R. ... 
York, E.R 




Lotbiniere Q 


Leslie 
Les Pet.Bergerounes 
L Etete, W 




Addin"ton 


Louisburg, W O 


Cape Breton ....N S 
K^nt . ..... 


Charlotte N B 






Bruce S R 


Lewis Biv, W 
Lewis Head, W ... 
Lewi* Moun . W 0... 
Lewisville, W 
Lifford 


Cape Breton ...N S 
Shelburne N S 
Westmorland...N B 
Westuiorel d... N B 
Durham, E.R. ... 
Halton 


Low 


Ottawa Q 


Lowbanks 


Monck 


Lo. Bar. Riv., W 0... 
Lower Brighton WO 
L. Canterbury. W 0. 
Lower Cape, WO ... 
Lower Cove, W ... 
L. Coverdale, W 0... 
L. French Vil., W 0. 
LowerGranville.AV 
L. Hayneville. W ().. 
Lower Uillsboro WO 


Pictou N S 


Carleton N B 


York N B 




Albert N B 




Hastings, E.R.... 
Pictou N S 


Cumberland ...N S 
Albert N B 


Lime Rock, W .... 
Lincoln, W 




York . . . N 15 


Linda 




Annapolis N S 
York N B 


*Lindsay 


Victoria, S R 
Carleton N B 


Lindsay, W 


Albert . \ 15 


Lineboro 


Stanstead Q 


King s N S 


Lingan 


Cape Breton ....N c 
York N R 


Lower Ireland 


Megantic Q 
Luneuburg N ,S 
Richmond N S 
York N B 




Lower La Have, W 
L. L Ardoise, W 0... 
L LineQueens y.WO 
Lower Maccau. W 0. 
L. Newcastle, W 0... 
Lower Pereaux, W 
Lower Pr.Wm., WO 
Lower Prospect, W 
L. Queensbury, W 
L. Riv. Inhabit., WO 
Lower Selmah, W 
L.Set. Mid.Riv..WO 
L. Set. S. Riv., W 0.. 
L. Southampton. W 
Lower Stewiacke .... 
L. Turtle Creek.W 
L. Wakefield, W 0... 
L.W.St.M. sBay,WO 
L. Woodstock, W 0.. 
Low Point, WO 
Lowville 


Linton s, W 


Sunbury N B 
Waterloo, N.R.... 
Huron, N.R O 
Perth, N R 
Bruce, S R 


Linwood 


Lisadel 


Cumberland ...N S 
Northumberl d.N B 
Kind s N S 






Liscomb, W 
L Islet 




York N B 


L Islet Q 


Halifax NS 




Perth. N R . ... 


York N B 


Lit. Bras d Or, W 0. 
Little Britain 


Cape Breton N S 
Victoria, SR 
Dist. Algonia 


Richmond N S 
Hants N S 


Little Current 
Little Glace Bay 
Little Harbour. W 
Little Judique, WO 
Little Lorraine, WO 
Little Narrows, W 
Little Rideau 


Victoria N S 


Cape Breton N S 
Pictou N S 


Antigonishe ... N S 
York N B 


Inverness N S 
Cape Breton ...N 8 


Colchester N S 
Albert N B 


Carleton N B 


Prescott 


Halifax N S 


Lit. River (Cov.)WO 
Lit. Riv. (Elgin) WO 
Lit. Riv. (Sun.) W 
Little River, W O ... 
Little River, W ... 
Little River. W O ... 
L.Riv.(Mid.Mus)WO 
Little Rocher, WO... 
Little Shemogue.WO 
Little Tracadie, W 
Liverpool 


Albert N B 


Carleton N B 


Albert . ...N B 


Inverness N S 


Sunbury N B 


Halton 


Antigonishe N S 
Cumberland N S 
Digby N S 


*Lucan 


Middle-ex, N.R... O 
Ottawa Q 




Bruce, S R .... 


Halifax . N S 


Ludlow, WO 


Northumberl d.N B 
Huron, S.R 


Albert N B 




Albert . N B 




Antifconishe ...N S 
Queen s N S 




Lunenburg N S 
Bruce, S.R O 


Lurgan 


Livingston s Co.,WO 
Lloydtovjn 


Antigonishe ....N S 
York, NR 
Middlesex, N.R... O 
Antigonishe ....N S 
Ottawa . . Q 


Luther 


Wellington, N.R. 
Elgin, E. R 
Westmorland...N B 
Shelburne N S 


Luton 


Lutz Mountain. W 
Lyle s Bridge, W 0... 
*Lyn 


Lochabar, WO 
Lochaber Bay... . 


Brockville 


Lochartville, W 0... 


King s N S 




Wentworth, N.R. 
Leeds, S.R 






Lochiel 


Glengarry. ..... 


Lynednch 


Norfolk. S.R 


Lixih Lomond, W 0. 
Loch Lomond, W 0. 
Lochside WO 


St. John N B 


Lynnfield, WO 
Lynnville 


Charlotte N B 
Norfolk, N.R 
Elgin E.R O 


Richmond \ S 


Richmond N S 

Stielburne N S 






Lyster 




Locksley 


Renfrew N R 


McDonald s Cr., WO 
McDonald s Corners. 
Me Donald s Pt., WO 
M Dougall Settlem t 


Queen s N B 


Lockton 


Cardwell 


Adam Parkinson 
Dougal Logan 
D. Ilossie 
John Neelands 
L. Lawless 
James Douglas 
A. Campbell 
John Secord, jr. 
J. W. Eldrige 
Moses Gamble 

John Coulter 
[8 


Lanark N R 
Queen s N B 


Loganville . . 


Pictou . . N S 






Westmorland... N B 
Middlesex, N.R... O 
Grey, S.R 
Victoria N S 




Huron, N.R 




Mclntyre 
McKay s Point, W 
McKellar 


Londonderry,W 0... 
Londonderry ...... 


King s NB 


Colchester N S 
Queen s N B 


Victoria, N.R O 
Carleton N B 


Long Creek, W ... 
Long Island, W ... 
L,ng Island Locks... 
Long Point 


McKenzie sCor^WO 
McLaughlan Rd,WO 
McLellan s B k, W 
McNab-Glengarry ... 
MePherson s F.,W 

0] 


Digby N S 


Kent N B 




Pictou N S 


Hochelaga Q 


Glengarry O 


Long Point, W ... 


King s N B 


Richmond N Si 







1871.] 



T03T OFFICES IN CANADA. 



81 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


Maberly 


Lanark, S.R 
Inverness N S 


Isaac Goldman 
Wm. Grant 
Angus Beaton 
DonaldMcDouald 
G. W. Kearney 

W. B. Lodge 
Robt. V. Hanson 
F. Saucier 
James Mitchell 
J. M. McCormick 
Seth Wilson 
F.H St. Germain 
Rufus C Cole 
K. D. O Flvnn 
P. McCawley 
Solomon Vail 
John D. Tuzo 
Calvin Abbott 
Aaron Magoon 
James Henry 
Lewis Knaut 
Thomas Moran 
Clara Rigby 
Geo. C. Longley 
Adam Roy 
W. H. Dukeshire 
Charles Steele 
Robt. McDonald 
L. McDonald 
W. J. Pierce 
Daniel Sullivan 
James G. Ross 
Donald McLean 
Frederick F. Lee 
A. Lanthier 
Geo. Richardson 
J. B. Allen 
Smith Thomson 
Adam Gordon 
Jas. M. Whitman 
Colin Chisholm 
Albert F. Clarke 
Mary Douglas 
A. McG. Ironside 
George Lester 

G. L. Dickinson 
Wm. Gilbert 
David A. Manson 
Arthuf Noble 
James Fraser 
H, Cross, jun. 
R. B. Clement 
Wm. G. Planch 
James Dick 
Wm. Appleford 
W. A. Colpitts 
John Stone 
Edward White 
James Ashfield 
J. B. Bishop 

Charles Powley 
C. McD. Blyth 
Saml. Lawrence 

J. A. Margeson 
F. S. Cyr 
David Mitchell 
Hector McNeil 
Wm. Edwards 
W J. McFarland 
Jas. J. Barker 
Alfred Markham 
W. G. Allan 
Jos. Thompson 

Benj. Johnson 
P. Porterfield 
Benj. Millett 
i James P. Foster 
E. J. Harria 
James DeGeer 
W. McLean 
Edward Lee 


Marshy Hope, W 0.. 


Antigonishe ... N S 
Norfolk, S.R 


James Mcbougall 
Arch. Hi iultrsou 
Joseph Strum 
R. Blackwood 
Amasa Martin 
George Anderson 

M. Delfausse 
E. Trempe 
A. Paquette 
Luther Abbott 
Wm. Hovvey 
Samuel McCully 
L. N. Blais 
D. Fraser 
John McGregor 
J. P. Jarmain 
John Bangs 

L. N. Hungerford 
Jos. Maxwell 
Wm. Spiers 
Rev. Wm. Brown 
Michael Doyle 
T. Bourke 
C. H. Gooderham 
D. L. Layton 
Daniel Dillman 
Alex. Moore 
James Tupper 
J. H. Beck 
Robert J. Moon 
James Brown 
R. F. Woodbum 
Wm. Beattie 
George Ellis 
Geo. Duncan 
James Stewart 
B. Spinney 
Caleb Johnson 
S. C. Charters 
James Mather 

E. B. Hopper 
Patrick Sullivau 
Samuel Jakes 
S. Stephens 
Jacques Bergeron 
George Germain 
Joseph Fournicr 
W. E. Pae;e 
P. W. Bell 
James Ryan 
E. Morton 
Joseph Masher 
C. R. Pernette 
R. A. Kaulback 
George McLeod 
Chas. L. McLecd 
M. Nadeau 
J. G. Crowdis 
D. McDonald 
James McDonald 
Geo. W. Melville 
Geo. W. McKay 
John Dickie 
Mary C. Dixon 

William Croft 
Mariner Hicks 
George Smeath 
M. Campbell 
J. R. Lapointe 
James Cook 
S. Charlton 
Joseph Torey 

R. M. Norman 
R. Howden 
M. G. Ross 
J. W. Jollimore 
N. Beekwith 
John J. Tobin 
Solomon Pollock 
S. H. Moss 


Mabou Coal M n, W 
Mabou Harfcor,W 
Maccan W 


Martin s River, W 




Glengarry 


Cumberland N S 
Cumberland N S 
Cumberland N S 


Martinville 


Compton Q 


Maccan Interv., W 
Maccan Mount. ,W.O. 
Mace s Bay, W .... 


Marysville 


Hastings, E.R.... 
York ... NB 


Marysville, W 
Mascarene, W 


Charlotte N B 
Kimouski Q 
York NB 
Wellington, N.R. 
Cardwell .... 


Charlotte NB 
L Assomption ... Q 


Mactaquack, W ... 


Masham 


Maskinonge 


Maskinongfi Q 
Stanstead Q 


Mac vi He 






Arthabaska Q 
Gloucester N B 
Hastings, N.R. ... 
Renfrew, S.R O 
York N B 


Massie 


Grey, N.R 


MudiscOjW 


Mast Town, W. ... 


Colchester N S 


*Madoc 


Madrid 

Jtlagairiiadavic, W 0. 
Magdalen Inlands.... 




Bonaventure Q 
Renfrew, S.R. ... 
Lambton 


Matawatchan 






Stanstead Q 




Dist. Nipissing... 
Sunbury NB 


Magoon s Point 
Magundy. WO 


Stanstead . Q 


Maugerville, W ... 


York N B 


Shefford Q 


Lunenburg N S 




Grey, S.R 


Maidiitonct 
Mainadfou W 


Essex 
Cape Breton ....N S 
Gren-ville, S.R.... 
Hants N S 


Mayfield 


Peel 




Grenville, S R.... 
Hastings, N.R.... 
Ottawa Q, 






Maitland 


Mayo 


Miutland "W 


Annapolis N S 
Yarmouth N S 




Peel 


Maitland W 


*Meaford 
Meagher sGrant,WO 
Mechanics Set., W 
Medford WO 


Grey, N.R 
Halifax N S 


Malagash, W 
Malagawatch, W 0... 
Malakoff 


Cumberland ....N S 
Inverness N S 
Carleton .. 


King s N B 


King s N S 


Malcolm 


Bruce, S. R 




Oxford, N.R 
Simcoe, N.R 
Grey, S. R 
Richmond Q 


M*lig.B k,Cr.R.,W 
Malignant CoTe,W 
Mullorytown .... 


Autigonishe ....N S 
Antigonishe ....N S 
Leeds, S R 


Medonte 


Mrfancthon 






Melbourne Ridge.... 
Melocheville 


Richmond ~ Q 




Hastings, N.R.... O 
Petl o 


Beauharnois .... Q 
Hastings, E. R ... 
Guysboro N S 








York, E.R 




*M<inehesteT 


Ontario, N R O 


Melvern Square, W 
Melville 


Annapolis N S 


Manchester, W ... 
Manchester R d,W 
Mandamin 


Guysboro N S 


Prince Edward.... 
Westmorland. ..N B 
Northuml d, E.R. 
Pictou N S 


Antigonishe N S 
Lambton , O 




Menie 




Victoria, S.R 
Dist. Algoma 
York N B 


Merigonish, W 0. ... 
Merivale 


Manitowaning 
Manners Sutton,W 
Mannheim 




Merlin 


Kent O 


Waterloo, S.R. ... 
Carleton 


* Merrickvillt 


Grenville, N.R.... 
Lincoln 




Meritton ... . . 




Simcoe, S.R 
Bronie Q 


Metabechouan 
Metaghan, W 
Me thot s Mills 


Chicoutimi Q 


MansnnviUe-Potton... 
Maple 
Maple Green, WO... 


Digby N S 


York, W.R O 

Hestigouche ... N B 
Megantic Q 
Bruce, S.R O 


Lotbiniere Q 


Metis 


Rimouski Q 


Michipicoten River .. 
Mid. Coverdnle, W 
Middlefield, W ... 
Mid.KennetcookWO 
Mid.LallaveFer.WO 
Mid. Musquodoboit.. 
Middle River, W 0... 
Middle River, W 0... 
Mid. St. Francis, W 
M.Sec.N.E. Mar.WO 
M Set.Riv.Inhab.WO 
Mid. Set. S. Riv.,W 
Middle Simonds,W 
M.Southampton.WO 
Mid. Stewiacke,WO 
Middleton,WO 
Middleton, WO 
Mlddleville * ... 


Dist. Algoma O 
Albert NB 


Maple Hill 


Maple Leaf 


Comnton Q 


Queen s N S 




Simcoe, N.R 
Elgin, E.R 
Albert N B 


Hants N S 


Mapleton 


Lunenburg N S 
Halifax N S 


Mnpleton, WO.... 


Maquapit Lake, W 
Mar 


Queen s N B 


Pictou ....N S 


Bruce, N.R 


Victoria N S 


Marathon 


Carleton O 
Wolfe Q 


Victoria N B 




Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 
Antigonishe ...N S 
Carleton N B 






Marchmont 


Simcoe, N.R 
Wellington, S.R. 
Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 
Annapolis N S 
1 ion n venture Q 
Guysboro N S 


Margaree, W 
Murgaree (Forks) ... 
Maiyaretsville, W 
Mnria 


York N B 


Colchester N S 
Westmorland ..N B 
Annapolis N S 
Lanark, N.R 
Westmorland...N B 
Simcoe N R 


Marie-Joseph, W 0... 
Marion Bridge, W 
Maritana 


Cape Breton N S 
Huntingdon Q 
Grey, S.R 


Midgic WO 


Midhurst 


Markdale 




Bruce. S. R 


*Markham 
Markhamville, W 0. 
Mnrlbank 


York, E.R 
King s N B 




Milford 


Prince Edward... 


Hastings, E. R... 


Milford W 




Milf.HaY.Bridge,WO 


Guysboro N S 
Perth, N.R 




Grey, N.R O 


Marmora 


Hastings, N.R.... 
Huron, N.R 
Lunenburg N S 


Mill Bridge 


Hastings, N. R... 
Durham, E. R. ... 
Pictou N S 


Marnoch 


*Mitt Brook 


Marriott s Cove, W 
Marshall s Cove,W 
Marshall s Tn.. W 
Marsh Hill 


Mill Brook, W O 
Mill Cove W 


Lunenburg N S 
Kent N B 


Digby N S 


Mill Creek, WO 
Milledgeville, W 0. 
Mille Isles 


Oatario, N.R 
Pictou N S 


St John N B 


Marsh S.McL.M.,WO 
Marshville 




Monck 


Millt Roches ... 


Cornwall 



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ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


Miller s Creek, W 
Mill Grove 


Hants N S 


Hiram Millar 
W. H Bcrney 
John Fleming 
W. Gorvett 
James Bowen 
John H. Ryan 
E. Steadman 
John McKay 
James Cangle 

H H. Read 

JE Kempton 
Chas.Gillespie 
Wm. D. Lyon 
George Scott 

S. S. Peck 
Andrew Ronald 
jBilbert Seaman 
Charles Martell 
P. W. Ball 
John Hicks 
David F. Brown 
Peter Little 
Wm. Eadie 
C. McDonald 
Henry Ostrom 
Stephen Boudro 
SamM Longheed 
Michael Purcell 
John Brown 
Joseph Crandall 
Wm. G. Bateman 
John Harigan 
J. Sicart 
Robert Curtis 
E. Greensides 
John Wilson 
Jos. Alexander 
Peter Clark 
E. Copping 
Chas. Maior, jun. 
Louis Saintange 
J. S. Vallee 
E. S. Freer 
Arch. Thompson 
A. Brouillette 
James Kennedy 
John Morrison 

P. C. Moore 
Thomas M. Reid 
W. McKillican 
H. Hagerman 
Thos.Farnsworth 
A. McKay 
Wm. J. Newman 
James Lemon 
J. Nicklin 
A. Ileywood 
James Orr 
James Holden 
R. B. Morison 
A. McGillavray 
John Palmer 
A. Thompson 
James R. Leake 
James Morton 
J. L. P.Gordaniei 
Zara Vanluven 
John A moss 
Jas. Brown, sen. 
Oswald Smith 
E. L. Godfrey 
W. H. Way 
H. D. Hunter 
James R. Cook 
Edward Handy 
Ft.. Lavoie 
Robert McLeod 
Mrs. J. E. Shaw 
Tames B. Smart 
r. G. Smith 
Daleb Miller 
\. W. Thompson 
Stephen Thomas 


Mount Horeb ... 


Victoria, S.R ( 
Cardwell ( 


) Win. Reynolds 
) John Wallace 
4 John M-Quillen 
4 F. McQuai* 
> D. McDonell 
> Abraham Best 
j Isaac Simpson 
i . . B Hussev 
) Bridget Brady 
) W. W. White 
i James N. Paine 
j George McKay 
! Kichnrd McLean 
i William Perrin 
> Robert Webster 
i Dixon ( hapman 
) John Wolfe, jun. 
Elias Scribner 
; John Mehans 
J. M. Nase 
, F. Naubert 
P. L-arn. sen. 
(Donald Mclsaac 
:Wm LitMe 
R. E. Whiting 
M. Munro 
Thos. Tubman 
J. L. Bigsiar 
J. A. J. Kane 
Joseph Murray 
Michael Davy 

L D, Carman 
James Gardner 
Geo. Shearer 
James Harris 
IF. L Pike 
C. J. Phelps 
Win. II. Clark 
Arch. Bell 
C. E. Bourne 
Gilbert Uogart 
II. M. Wright 
John Arthurs 
Lucien Dubo 
S K. Freeman 
iThnmas Jury 
Henry Todd 
James Young 
Peter McFarlane 
John L. Fletcher 
E. Easferbrook 
M. O Meara 
Wm. Smith 
James Petrie 
Leopold Cot6 
D. W. Springer 
Lewis House 
D. Winkler 
J. Greenshields . 
Wm. Key 
A. Whitman 
Gavin Ifell 
H. Henderson 
James Kerr 
John Edgar 
Thos. Webster 
James Lytle 
.James Carson 
Robert Hope 
R. McKinney 
Thos. Robinson 
John llattee 
D. T. McKenzie 
Ephraim Thorne 
Jos. Rowland 
M. Caldwell 
Hiram Hodges 
James Johnston 
R. P. Yeomann 
G. D. Bailey 
J. Newcomb 
S. E. Hallamore 
J. A. Browne 

E. F. Schooler 


Wtntworth, N.R. 


Vlount Hurst 


Mill Haven 


Mount Johnson 
Mouutjoy 




Milliken 
Mill Point 


York. E.R C 
Hastings, E.R. ... 
King s N B 


Soulanges . C 


Mount Oscar . . . 




Millstream, W .... 
Mills Village 


Mount Pleasant.. .. 


Durham, E. R.... ( 
Cumberland ... N 
Simcoe, N.R ( 
Renfrew, S. R ( 
Elgin, E. R ( 
Wentworth, N.R. ( 
Pictou N * 


Queen s N 


Mount Pleasant, \V 
Mount St Louis 
Mount St. Patrick- 
Mount Salem 
Mountsherg 


Millsville, WO 


Pictou N & 


Charlotte .., N B 


Millville. W 


York NB 


Milnesville 


York, E. R 
Queen s ... N S 


Milton 


Mount Thorn, W 
Mount Uniacke,W 
Mount Vemon. ... 


Milton East 


Shefford Q 


Hints N 6 


*MittonWest 


Halton 


Brant S R < 


Mimico 


York, W.R 
Wellington, C. R. 
Peterboro , K.R... 
Simcoe, N R 


Mount Webster 
M nt Whstley, W 0. 
Mount Wolfe 


Leeds, S R ( 


Westmorland...N I 
Cardwell ( 






Mouth Jemseg. W 
Mouth Keswick.W 
Mouth of Nerepis ... 
Muddy Branch 




3Iinudie, W 


Cumberland ....N S 
Cape Breton ....N S 
St. John N B 


York . \ I 


MiraGut. WO 
Mi->pec,WO 


King s N I 




Mi MirU 


Perth, N.R 


Welland C 




Compton Q 


Mull River, W ... 


Inverness N g 
Simcoe S R 


Moffdtt 


Halton 




Brant, S R.... O 




Middlesex, W R.. 
Victoria N * 


Moidart, W 


Pictou N S 


Munro s, W . 


Moira 


Hastings, N.R.... 
Guysboro N S 
Peith, N.R... . 


Munster 




Molasses Har., W 0. 




North umrd,E.R. 






Wellington, N.R. O 
Stormont 


Murray s Cor., W 0.. 
Murvale 


Westmorland... N I 
Addington 


Monckland 




Westmorland... N B 
Westmorland...N B 
Hastings, E. R... 
Vaudreuil .... Q 


Muskoka Falls 


Victoria N R 


Moncton Road, W 0. 


Musquash, W 
Musquob tHar.,WO 


St. John N B 
Iliilit ax N - 




Perth, N.R 
Hastings, E. R ...0 
Ontario SR 




York, E.R O 


Myrehall .... 


Monkton 


Perth, N R O 


Myrtle 


Mono Centre 


Cardwell O 


Mystic 






Cardwpll o 


Nackawick, W .... 


York N B 




Lanark. S.R O 
Montcalm Q 


Middlesex, N.R... 
Ilaklimand C 


Montcalm 




Monte Bello 


Ottawa Q 






Gaspe ... ... Q 


Napanee Mills 


Addington . 


N mtmagny 


Montmagny Q 
Montreal Q 


MiduTesex,W.R... 
Napierville Q 






Montro&e . . 


Welland O 


Nappan, W 


Cumberland ... N f 
Middlesex, N.R. 
Queen s N B 


Mt. St. Hilaire Rouville O 




Monument Set., WO 


Carleton N B 


Narrows, WO 


Lambton O 


Nashwaak, W O 
Nashwank. is. W 0... 
Nashwaak Vil., W 


York N B 


Mo. >reV Mills. WO... 
Moore s Station 
Moose Brook, W 0... 


Charlotte NB 
Missisquoi Q 


York N B 


York .. N B 


Hants N S 


Halton O 


Stormont O 


Navan 


Russell 




Middlesex, N.R... 
King s..., N S 


Necum Tench, W 


Halifax .... N S 


Morden, WO.* 


Neguac, W O 


Northumberl dNB 
Rimouski ... Q 


Dundas O 






Northuml d, E.R. 0: 
Grey, N.R 


Nelson 


Halton o 






WelUnd ... O 


Momingdale Mills... 
*Mnrpfth. 


Perth, N.R 




Grey, S.R 
Simcoe, N.R. .. 


Bothwell O 


Nevis 




Huron, N.R 
Dundas 


New Aberdeen ... 


Wateiloo, S.R. ... 
Annapolis N S 
Colchester N S 
Oxford. S.R 
Gloucester N B 
Leeds, N.R 
Leteds S R .... 




few Albany, W 0... 
few Annan, W O ... 




Wellington, S.R., 
Antigonishe ....N S 
King s N S 


Morristown, W O ... 
Morristown, W ... 


few Bnnuon, W 0... 


York, E.R O 




Leeds, S.R 




Morton s Cor., W 0.. 


Lunenburg N S 
Lennox 


Newboyne 


Leeds, S.R 


Newbridge .. ...... . 


Huron, N.R 
Addington.... 


Moscow 


Adding* on O 






Middlesex, E.R... 
Perth, S. R 
Kent N B 


Jewburgh, W 


Carleton N B 
Middlesex, W.R... O 
Halifax N S 


Motherwell .. . . 


Maul ies River, W 0.. 
Mountain Grove 
Mountain View 
Mount Albert 
Mount Albion. ... 


Jew Caledonia, W 
Jew Campbelton .... 
few Canaan, W 0... 
few Canada, W 0... 


Addington 


Victoria N S 


Prince Edward... Oi 
York, N.R 
Wentworth, SR. 
Middlesex, W. R. 
Kamouragka QJ 
Peel 
Hants N S 


Sueen s N B 


Inverness N S 
Sonaventure Q 
Durham, W.R. ... 
Northumberl d N B 
Queen s N B 


fM"unt Brydges 
Mount Carmel 
Mount Charles 
Mount Denison,W 




Newcastle 


Newcastle Br., W 0. 
Newcastle Cr.,W. 0. < 
\ewcomb Cor., W O 
few Cornwall, W j 
Jew Dublin 


Queen s N B 


Oxford, S. R 
Grey, S.R 
Annapolis N S 
Haldimand 
Middlesex,W.R...O 


Halifax NS 


- M ,nnt Forest 
Jlount Hanly, W 


.lUnenburg ... N S 
irockville 
Waterloo. S.R. ... 
Brant, S.R 


Mount Hope ., 





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POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 




[lu^eell 


.). W. Proctor 
.Mm M -Pherson 
Win. Nich 11s 
Junes Fur>e 
William Fraser 
O. Ernst 
Daniel Kirby 
Mariner Cannon 
Jacob Baker 
K, C. Porter 
John Cairnt S 
Man us McFadden 
Samuel M iLood 
Robert M,:l eod 
Uamase Rolerge 
P. Pa ton 
William Roe 
Lewis Fisher 
L>. McAllister 
A. Seaman 
Colin Milloy 
J. P. Cochran 
Samuel Martin 
J. W. Alli.-on 
J. L. Sweet 
Richard Brash 
Thos. Cunie 
George Turner 
Daniel Falconer 
Samuel Wilton 
W W. Cun.mer 
J. R. Hipw.ll 
C. B M -( ready 
Thos Mi-Bain 
C. Sabeans 

Robert Warren 
D. Nifholls 
Mi-s M. Cbillas 
John Nicol 
Charles Berteaux 
John McDonald 
Thad. Allison 
Robert Johnson 
John Morwood 

John Shaw- 
Joseph Howes 
James Brown 
Wm. Munsie 
Osmond O Brien 
Samuel Me Lei Ian 
Alex. Douglas 
A. A. M. Lauglin 
J. W. Sheppard 
Mrs. Arch. Roy 
Aaron Tompkins 
S. J. Bel amy 
D. S. Duplisea 
Win Shirley 
Geo M. Fraser 
D. McCarrol 
R. Casement 
John Ross 
A. R. Greenwood 
Jas. Hutchinson 
G. McDonald 
Jonathan Welton 
Win. Turner 
Joseph Turcot 
K. Diobenson 
James Reaman 
Patrick Blais 
B. LeBaron 
John Lowe 
David Dewar 

Wm. Foster 
Charles Leclair 
James Cleland 
Wm. Bennett 
Thos. Cole 
PeterMoDonough 
Mrs. M. McQueen 
V. Barnes 
W. H. Morden 


N. Range Cor., W 0. 
North Uidge 
North River, WO... 
North River, W 0... 
N. River Bridge,W 
N River Bridge.W 
N.Riv.Platform.WO 
North Salem, W 0... 
N.Sec.Earltown.WO 
North Seneca 


Digby N S 


Charles McNiel 
Wm. E. Wagstaff 
Jeremiah Taylor 
W. H. Higgius 
Henry Blair 
John McKenzie 
W. H. Best 
N. Nelson 
Wm. Ross 
John Tucker 
D. McKiuunn 
D. McDonald 
Malcolm McNiel 
A. M. Stone 
J. J. Chester 
Ant Audette 
S Sweet 
John Forbes 
A. Pritchard 
G. II. Ball 
Daniel Noonan 1 
Wm. Gordon 
John Hayes 
Wm. Dinnigan 

Joe. D. Baxter 
William Clay 
James Smith 
Gilbert Moore 
J. A Butterfield 
Peter Kennedy 
Miss A. Michaud 
Andrew Melville- 
Archd. Kerr 
T. B. Deiick 
David Nutt 
Isaac Garcelon 
Wm. Corbett 
Wm. McCann 
John Toyne 
J. L. Fleivelling 
Alex. Davidson 
E. J. Gorham 
R. Balmer 
E. A. Bowes 
Wm. Carrick 
P. S. Timmerman 
John G. Quarry 
J.W. Mills 
John McDonald 
James Keating 
C Chaurette 
lOben. Archibald 
Joseph Wilcox 
H. Mills 
John C. Fox 
Thomas Little 
Robert G randy 
Henry Dunham 
J. T. Mutchmore 
P. H. Maybee 
W. S. Buckwell 
Walton Smith 
Thomas Baird 
Guy Leslie 
Mrs. E. Caldwell 
Wrslev Binjiham 
H. McIIarry 
Ira Morgan 
R. N. Walsh 
J, R. McPberson 
J. L. Tucker 
D. Sutherland 
Alex. McLaren 
Adam J. Baker 
David Smith 
V\ m. Symon 
A. McN. Travis 
G. S. McPherson 
M. A. Cameron 
G. P. Baker 
Edmund Savage 
John Mather 
G. Goodwin 
Thomas Kinny 
Robert Scott 


New (Jail-loch. W . 
New Germany. W 


I Ktou . N S 


Essex 
Westmorland...N B 
Colchester N S 


Luii -tiburg ... N S 
Tt-rrebouue Q 
Pietou \ S 




Colchester N S 


*_Y< it* /iahi jurrj 
New Harbour. W 0. 
New Horton, W 0... 


Waterloo. S.R. ... 
Ouysboro NS 
Alliert N B 


Victoria N S 


Westmorland...NB 
Hants N S 


Colcbeater N S 
Haldimand 
Cumberland ...N S 


New Ireland 
New Ireland. W 0... 
N. Ireland Road, WO 
New Jerusalem, WO 
New Larig, W 
New Liveipool 
New Lowell 




Albert N-B 


North Shore, W 0... 
North Shore, W O... 
N.S Bas R.Den isWO 
North Stanbridge.... 

North Stoke 


Albert -N B 




Inverness N S 
Missisquoi Q 


Pictnu N S 


Levin Q 
BioK-oe, N.R O 
York N K 


North Stukely 


Shefford Q 


North Sutton 


Brome Q 


New Maryland, W 


York N B 


North Sydney 


Cape Breton ....N S 
Ottawa Q 


te.stiuouche N B 
King s N S 
Brant, S. R 

Hants N S 


North Wakefield 
N. W. Arm, W ... 
N. W. Cow, W .... 
North Williamsb g... 
Norton, W 
Norton Creek 


New Minas, W .... 


Cape Breton ....N S 
Lunenburg N S 
Dundas 




Newport Cor.. W . 
NewportLund g.W 
Newport Srat*n,W 
New Ru-hmond 


Hants N S 


King s NB 
Chateauguay Q 
York N B 




Hants N ^ 


Norton Dale, W ... 
Norton Station, WO 


Bonaventure Q 


Kind s \ B 


Halton 


New Ross, WO 


l.unenburg N S 
IVrth N K 


Norway 


York, E.R 




Oxford. S R 


Nfiw tfaruni 
Newton B-ook 


Klgin. K.R 
York W R . 




Peterboro , E.R... 
Glengarry 


Notfield 


Now ton liobinsou ... 
Newtown, W 
New Town, W 
N"w Tusker, W 0.... 
New Zealand, W 0... 

N;choll s Cor., W 0.. 


Simcoe, SR . O 


Notre Dame du Por. 


Temiscouata Q 
Simioe, N R 


Kirio- s \ B 


Guvsboro N S 
Digby N S 
Y -rk N B 


Nouvelle (sub) 


Bouaventure 
Missisquoi Q 


Nutt s Corners 
Oak Bav, WO 


Missisquoi Q 


Ni igara 


Charlotte N B 


Oak Hill 


Victoria, N.R 




Oak Hill, WO 
Oakland 


Charlotte N B 
Brant, S.R 


\icolston 


Simcoe, S.R 


Nic>aux tails. W 0.. 
NielV Harbjur, W 
Ni.-ly Road. W 
Nile 


Oak Point, W 
Oak P int. W 


King s N B 


Victoria N S 


\on hnmherru.N B 
York, N.R 


Huron, N.R 
Middlesex, K.R... 
Hants N S 
Dist. Nipissing ... 
Oxford. N R 
Perth N R 


*0akville 


Halton 






Victoria, S.R 


Nine Mile Riv.,W 0. 
NipisMngan 
Ni^souri 


Oban 




Lennox 


Offa 


Huron, S R 
King s N S 




Qo-ilvie, W 


Nobletou 


York N R 


Ohio, W 


Antigonishe... N S 
Lambton 


Noel W 


Hants N S 


*0il Springs 


Noel Shore, \V 
Norham 


Hants \ S 


Oka 


Twt Mountains.. Q 
Colchester N S 


Xorthuml d, E.R. 
A ictoria N R 


Old Barns, W 




Oldham, W 


Halifax N S 


Nornmndnle 


Norfolk. S. R 
Bruce N R 




Kent 


Olinda 


Essex 


Northampton, W 0., 


Carleton N B 




Halton 


Grenville, S.R. ... 
Sunbury N B 




Victoria, S.R 


North Brunch, W 
North Bristol 




Pontiac Q 


Oneida 


Haldirmnd 
Northumb d,E.R. 
Brant, S.R 
Pontiac Q 


N. BrookfMd, W 0.. 
North Bruce 


Queen s N S 




Bruce, N.R 
Peterboro , E.R... 
Inverness N S 


Onondaga 






N.K.Br.MargareeWO 
N. E. Harbour, W 
N. Esk Boom, W 

Northfield 


Onslow, W 


Colchester N S 




* Orang/cville 


Wellington, C.R. 
Grey.S R 
Simcoe, N. R 
Russell 


Northumberl d.N B 
Cornwall O 


Orchard 
*Orillia 


Northfield, W Sunbury N B 
Northfield, W Luneuburg N S 
North Georgetown... Chateauguav Q 
NonhGlaaford Wt-ntworth," S. R. 
JVorCi Gower Crirleton 


Orleans 




Dundas 




Chateauguay Q 
Sunbury N B 


Oromocto 




Durham, W.R. ... 
Elgin, E.R 
Renfrew, N.R. ... 
Russell 


North Ham.... Wolfe ... . Q 


Orwett 


North Hatley. . ..Stanstead Q 


North Joggins, W Westmorland.. .N B 
North Keppel... fimv. N. R A 






Ontario, S R O 


North Lake. W ... 
North Lake^ W ... 
North Lancaster 
North Mountain .... 
N. Mountain, W 0... 
North Nation Mills.. 
North Onslow 


Westmorland... N B 
York N B 




Wellington, C.R.. 
King s N B 










Dundas 


Otnabtg, WO 


Queen s N B 


King s N S 


*OUawa 


Ottawa 


Ottawa Q 


Otter Creek 


Bruce, S.R 


Pontiac Q 


Otter Lake 


Pontiac Q 


North Pelham 
North Pinnacle 
Kurth Pin-t 




Otterville 


Oxford, S.R 
Kent 






Prince Edward... 


Oustic .. 


Wellington. C.R. 



[83] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1871. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


PO-iT OFF 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASVKH. 




Bruce, S. R 


Mrs. Klinkworth 
S. D. Fox 
John G. Francis 
J. H. Kempton 
G. M. Stanley 
Geo. Gilroy 
Wm. Garbutt 
Murdoch Gair 
Andrew Holmes 

James W. Carr 
Jacob J. Poaps 
James Saunders 
Alex. Fowler 
H. M Switzer 
R. H. Matson 
Geo. W. Eaton 
Bernard Gorman 
James Ring 
P. S. McKay 
F. Paquette 
W. H. Troop 
John Griffith 
Geo. Stanton 
M. X. Carr 
George M. Laird 
Wm. Simpson 
John Noble 
Thomas Walker 
David Griffith 
A. P. Bradley 
Wm. Grant 
John McClelland 
D. Bisson 
Peter Patterson 
Nelson White 
Walton R. Kidd 
John Milburn 
Moses M. Gage 
Chas. A. Harmon 
Robt. Dickson 
Geo. Johnson 
W. Crooks 
Jas. J. Bradt 
Alex. Moffatt 
J.Delesderniers 
J. S. Darling 
Wm. Miller 
Jesse Prescott 
John B. Young 
George Morton 
George Ford 
E. T. Turner 
J. E. Tuzo 
John Irwin 
John Freney 
E. West 
R. Elders 
R. A. Corbett 
Thomas Cairns 
James Bishop 
Solomon Devine 
8. J. Carver 
John Ernst 
Wm. Jarvis 
Timothy Malone 
A. Hamilton 
Thos. Bunston 
W. W. Price 
Georire M. Jean 
John Smith 
R. Heckman 
John MacNider 
P. Barclay 
E.L. Carscallen 
1 Alex. Morrison 
D. T. R. Nye 
G. C. Doering 
George Brown 
Mrs. E. Whitney 
David Barker 
Alex. McPhail 
Jas. McDonald 
T. Plamondon 
Noah Sager 


Pike River 


Mi--is(]iioi Q 
Yojk, Vv .ft 
York, N.R 
Bruce, S.R 


A. L. I d-, lor 
A. L. Goodorbau> 
C. linndall 
IX McDerinid 
I. P. Pineo 
Samuel A. King 
J. Huntl^y 
Thos. (iall)raitb 
Daniel Hoot 
K. N. Gould 
A. Sutherland 
Henry ,mith 
Snn>el Platt 
G.C. Mills 
Wm. Morgan 
James Smurt 
Jos M Freeman 
Lerlin M. Crtii; 
Mrs. L. Al(;uir 
John Morton 
Deuis Mciirutb 
Th"f=. MHlier 
P. Kpfirdon 
lialiih Dither 
.foli a L*ne 
M. Hagan 

0. Savard 
Arch, C.iineron 
W G. Foot 
A. Lamonrpftiju 

Narcicse Blais 
L. B.-lVAoust 
J. A. Murray 
Lorn* Co jioau 
Louis Ernet 
A. St. Dr-nis 
(Jharies Kave 
Peter S f wart 
Huish Mclnnis 
James Si Ott 
. f.st jih Atij. r e 
Thos. Akin 
Geo. Pac kwood 
Harmon CHW 
(!iii. -on Vonion 
Moses P>>al 
licnj. K. Colpitte 
Wm. McKcny.ie 
William Purdy 

Mrs.M.Chifholm 
A. S. Gr.v 
Jss. L Hitlley 
J. B. Bemior 
A J. Lefreniert* 
Thos. Lrtriviere 
Tames Faulkner 
0. Mtthewo 
?,Ii, li:<el Doherty 
M. Melansou 
0. A. Hun is 
Alex. MoD rmitt 
Win. T. Pellow 
Robert Pari^on 
Dnuii-l Giddonce 
John M,-f>.tr"t3 
T. Thoniprion 
Thos. Pilcher 
Mi-ssM Bout.alier 
B. H. Johnston 
L. G. Carter 
Robert Cotton 
Richard Wood 
P. Sweetman 
Daiid Abel 
James Hamilton 
John Elliott 
Jas. Hendry 
dpor_ , Ornian 
G. B. J!.-i<l 
David March 
Mrs. J. Klderkin 
J. G. McKeen 
Mrs. Blanchnrd 
l\ D. Tremaine 


Ovens "W 


Lunenburg N S 
Addington O 
Grey, N.R 
Brome Q 


Pine Grove 
Pine Orchard 
Pine Ri i er 


Overton 
*0wcn Sntnd 
Owi s Head 


Pineo Village, W 0.. 
Pinkerton .. 


Kind s N S 


Oxenden 
Oxford W 


Grey, NR 

Cumberland... N S 
Oxford, S.R 
Grenvil ie, N. R... O 
Grenville, N.R.... 
Essex. 
Guysboro N S 


Bruce, S R 


Pirate Harbor, W 0. 
Pisarin" ,WO 
Pittsfen y . 


Guysboro , N S 
v t John X 1! 




Oxford Mills 




Oxford Station 


Plainfie d 


Hastings, E.R ... 
Pictou N S 


Oxloy 
Oyster Ponds, W 0.. 
Oznabruck Centre... 


I lainfield, W 


Prescott O 


Stonnont 


Plattsviile 


Oxford, N.R 
Lanark, S.R 
Norfolk, S.R 


Bruce, N R O 






Lanark, N.R O 
Halton 


Pleasant Hill 


Palermo 


Pleasant Nidge. WO 
Pleasant River, W 
Pleasant Valley ^S O 
Plum Hillow 
Plumwe--eep. W 0... 
Plymouth, WO 
Pockmouche, AV 0... 
Pockshvw, W 


Charlotte N B 


Palgrave 


CardwelL 


Queen s ... N S 


Palmer s Road, W 
Palmerston, W ... 


Kind s N S 


Digby N S 


Kent NB 


Leed, S.R O 
Kind s .... N B 


Carleton O 




Ottawa Q 


Yarmouth N S 
Gloucester N B 
Gloucester N B 
Wetland 






Paradise Lane, W O.. 


Annapolis N S 




*Part 


Brant N.R :. 


Point A exander 
Point B-ulev, W 0... 
Point & Pio (sub) ... 
Pointe an Bouleau 
Point au Cbene 


Renfrew, N.R. ... 
Colchester N S 


Paris Station 


Brant, N.R 




Wellington, NR. O 
Bruce N R O 




Park Head 


Saguenay Q 
Argenteuil. Q 


Park Hill 


Middlesex, N.R... O 
Lotbiniere ... . Q 










Pointe aux Trembles 
Pointe aux Trembles 
Pointe Claire ........ 


Hochelaga. . . . Q 




Cumberland ....N S 
Cumberland ...N S 
Algoma O 
Bonaventure Q 


Portueuf Q 


. Parrsboro Shore, WO 
.Parry bound 


Jacques Cartior... Q 
Westmorland ..N B 
St. Maurice ... Q 


Point duChene,WO 


.PcMe.rson 
Patterson Set, W 


York, W. R 
Sunbury NB 


Point Elward . .. 


Lambton 


Point F >i tun? 




Peterboro , E.R... 
Grey, NR 




Victoria. N. ft. ... 
Kestigouohe ...N B 
Antigonicha ....N S 
Prince Edward... O 


Pea body 
Pearceton 


Point la Niro, W 0... 
Point of Cape, W . 
Point Prftre . 


Peel. W 


Carleton N B 




Wellington, N.R. 
York, N.R 
Halifax NS 


Point Platon 


:Pefferlaw 

Peggy s Cove, W 0... 
Pelham Union 
~*Pttnbroke 


*P dnt St. Charles... 
Point Sr,. Peter 


Jacques Cartier... Q 
Guspe Q 


Monck 


Point Traverse 
Point Wolf, WO .... 
Poland 


Prinoe Edward... O 
Albert N B 


Renfrew, N.R. ... O 
Prescott 




Lanark, NR O 


"PenetaiiffuisJiene ... 
Peniusula-GaspS 
.Pennfield, W 
PennneldKidse,WO 
.Penobsquis, W ... 
Pent land 


Simcoe, N.R 


Pollet River, W ... 
Pomeroy Kidge,W 
Pomoni 
Pomquet Chapel.W 
Pomqu it Forks, W 
pOQd<! \V 


W*tinnrland...N B 
Charlotte N B 
Grey, S.R 
Antigonishe ....N S 
Anti^onlshe ....N S 
Pictou A S 


GaspS Q 


Charlotte N B 
Charlotte N B 
King s N B 


Wellington. C.R. 
Simcoe S. R 






Wellington, C.R. 




Gasp6 . Q 








Pt. de M tskinonge... 


Maiikinonge Q 
Portneuf Q 




Ottawa Q 


Pero W 


King s N S 


Poodiac, WO 
Poole 


Kinu s N B 
Perth, N.R 


PerrySettlumentWO 


King s N B 


Durham, E. R. ... 
Lanark, S.R- 
Victoria N B 


Poquiock W 


York N B 


*Perth 


Port Aculie, W ... 
*Portaff" du Fort 
Portage River. W 0. 
Port Albert 


Yarmouth N S 
Pontiac Q 
N ortbumVwl d.N B 
Huron \.R 


Perth WO 


Petawawa 


Renfrew, N.R. ... O 
Peterboro , W R.. 
Waterloo, S R. ... O 
Peterboro , .E. R. 
Queen s N B 


*Petcrboro 


Petersburg 


Portapique, W .... 
Portapique Mt., W 
Port au Persil 
Port Brace 
*Port Birwett 
Port Caledonia, W 


Oolchpster N S 
Colchester N S 
Charlevfvix Q 
Kl^in, K.R 
Elgin, ER 
Cape Breton ...N S 
Victoria, N.R. ... O 
Welland 




Peteroville WO 


Petersville Ch., W 




Wellington, N.R. O 
Westmorland.. N B 
Richmond N S 
Digby N S 


Petitcodiac 


Petite de Grat, W 0. 
Petite Passage, W 0. 
Petite Riv. Br., W 0. 
Petit Metis 


*Port C&ilborne 


Lunenburg N S 


Port Credit 
*Port Dilluwsie 
Port Daniel 


Peel 




*Pftrolea 




Bonaventure Q 
Norfolk, fUl 


Petworth ... ..... 




*Port Dover 


Peveril 


Vaudreuil Q 


Port Elgin, W 
Port Elmsley 


Westmorland. ..N B 
Lanark, S.U 


.Philipsburg East .... 
Philipsburg West ... 


Missisquoi Q 


Waterloo, S.R. ... 
Leeds. S.R 


Porter s Hill 


Huron, SR 
Halifax N S 
Annapolis N S 
Durham, W.R. ... 
Cumbeiland ...N S 
Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 


Porter s Lake, W 0.. 
Port George, W 0.:. 
PortGranby 




Ontario, S. R O 
Prince Edward... 
Plctou N S 


*Picton 




PortGrevillo.WO... 


Piedment Val., W 


Pictou N S 




Port Biwkesbury ... 
PortHwd ... 


-Pigeon Hill ... 





[84] 



1871.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



85 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


Ft. Hood Island, AV 
Port Hoover 


Inverness N S 
Victoria. S.R 
Durham. K.ll 
SbwlbuniH X S 
Leeds. SR O 
Sbelburii" N S 


Mrs. J. Smith 
Klias Roters 
Robt. AV Smart 
L. Rober son 
S. S. Scovil 
Nancy II. Snow 
B. B. Carson 
J am.es Moss 
AV:n. J. llaslie 
[ . Coh xiu 
G. B. Ha.J!ey 
Miiiih Gofer 
Cli.is. Cmulin 
II. Gordon 
J (J Mm ray 
Jmnes McCoppen 
A. McLennan 
Robert Ahl ott 
A. Lililance 
Win. II. Fiyerse 
Alex. It. Christie 
George MoLeod 
Minn^l Payne 
T. Sullivan. 

AlbfirfCh.iso 
IV i . : -i Kg.in 
R. AV. Jrihirson 
W II B rouse 
Conrad >. isf>el 
I). A. Uhr-nt 
(J-iMir e fV dds 


Rhodes AV 


King s X S 


AVm. Rhodes 
Simon Lambkin 
P. McLauriu 
J. C. Vantour 
H. Montgomery 
G. K. Foster 
AV. II. Butler 
Matthew Teefy 
AVm. TrenhoUn 


Riceburg 


Missisquoi Q 
Preseott 


Port Jolty, AV 
Portland 


Richibucto 
Richmond Cor., AV 
* Richmond, East .... 


Kent NB 
Carletou N B 


Richmond Q 




Huntingdon Q 
Monck O 
Quern s- S" S 
<_>i;e[i> X S 
GujNboro N S 
Unit-mi - ... O 


Carleton 


Port Maitland 
Port Matoon, AV 0... 
Port Medway 
Port ilulyrave 
Port Xeliion 


* Richmond Hill 


York AA R 


Richmond Station... 
Rich d Terminus, AVO 




Halifax N S 


Peel 


R. M. Burgess 
J. II. Lay cock 
L. S. Hancock 
Jonas Steele 
A. AV. Charlebois 
AV. Everett, jun. 
P. G. St. Pierre 
G. II. Silvester 

Colin McPherfon 
Geo. H. Bissett 
Alex. MePherstm 
J. B. Commeault 
Philip Fulmore 
Isaac AVortuum 
A. McTutyre 
J. Backus 
G. W. Chapman 
Michael Pugsley 
John D. Gauld 
John Currie 
Mrs. G. Phillips 
II. B. O Connor 

Hiram Edgett 
Isaac Hunter 
A. Lemay 

Chas. A. Gaudry 
L. A. Baribeau 
Louis Frenette 
Jas. McPherson 
N azaireTetu 
Richard Flood 
J. Roberts 
Theodule Bolduc 
Lemuel Pope 
E. Card 
David McGowan 
A. Desautels 
P. Dumoucbelle 
Andrew Oliver 
Jos. Greathead 
J. S. J. Watson 
A A. Barry 
AA m. C. Kdwnrds 
Harriet Cochran 
AVm. Cornwall 
Rufus AVard 
D. Kirk wood 
B. Cornell 
Jos. H. Harrison 
Robert AVeston 

Robt. Pasmore 
Jas. Bonthron 
A. Mumphrey 
Sylvester Brown 
Angus McKay 
A. Adams 
A. H Budd 
C Coatsworth 
Joseph McArdle 
J. K. Morris 
Gideon Brown 
James Cowan 
II. Fieldhouse 
Alex. Durnin 
Moses McNeil 
Cor. McKay 
Geo. dimming 
Alfred Metcaifo 
Robt. McFarlano 
John Stevens 
Moses Gingrich 
EliiV.b IIa"ar 


Rich wood 


Oxford, N.R 
Both well 






Part Perry ; . 
Port Richmond, AVO 
Cf Prtrt Hnltinsirn 
*Pfrrt R-iwan 
Port Rovxl 


O-itvio, X R. ... 
iclimond N S 


Ridj;eville 


Monck 


Riley Brook, AV 0... 


Victoria N B 
Rimouski Q 
York, N.R 


Norfolk, S.H 
Norfolk, S.R 
i\ic.ini"ud N S 


Ringwood 


Port Royal AV 


Ripley 
River Beaudette 
Riv. Bonrgeoise,AV Q 
I!iverCharlo,AV 0... 
River David 


Bruce, S.R 


Port Ryerse 
Port Severn (sub) . 


X. it-folk, S. R 
.<iu:coe, N.R 


Richmond N S 
Restigouche ....N B 


ff Piirt Mart/m KUrin, K.R 
PortngUflBpCovr. WO, nliC N S 
J ort Union ! Ontario. S.R O 


River Debert,AVO... 
Kiver de Chute, AV 
River Dennis, AV 0.. 
River De-ert 


Colchester N S 


Carleton N B 
Inverness N S 


Port AViliUmp, W 
Powell 


(>-j.|.r-K X S 


Huntingdon 
rirenvUlo, .S R. ... O 
AVntrrl..o, sR. ... 
Givv. S I! O 








River IleVert, AV 0... 
River John 


Cumberland ...N S 
Pictou N S 


Prieeuille 


River Louison, W 0. 


Restiiiouche ...N B 
Cumberland ...N S 
Bruce S.R 


P - fi | n f\ 


Prince of AV;*!es, AA 
Priuceport, AV 
Princeton 
Prince AVillitim, AV 
Prospect 


Ontario, N.R O 
St John X B 


11. H. McCaw 
Ch.v.II. DeF. rest 
Mrs. M. Ami-rose 
.1. G. Lindsay 
T. AV. Sniiuders 
AVm. Burrows 
John Booth 
JHS. McCounisky 
John Cnrlard 
Levi Burden 
Thos. A. Frazer 

Jas. Livingston 
V^"ln Leslie 
J, M"iihen riic-k: 
IS. Kirkpatrick 
P. .. Huot 
I). Thompson 
James Wynn 
Jas. 11. Avlard 
l>. .1. McMasters 
R. Bruce 
QeoruBWHll 
I .eorire (^r.ii^; 
Mr*. Marv f till 
John Walsh 
(. Hon-heranr 

Jin-. M. .l her-ou 
i . nj. iiiiin Lake 
\ i"ui. i". Kdwaids 

Joseph William? 
John Ratter 
Win. Reid 
Geors> Glover 

fa ill ,, ll vis 

Thomas Mi^xon 
A. Sn. fHi-i 
l)->nicl Xiven 

It. l>iTI t|iNoil 

.( bii Morrison 
Wm Unjiiha t 
M. McK^ndri-ik 

KU-ining (/lingaii 
AVm. .Vackay 
.AV. L. IVir.ce 

Sydney Oiborne 
Ktu, s n. 




Riversdale AV 


Colchester N 8 
Albert N B 


0- Chester X S 
Oxf.rd, N.R 
York X 1! 


River Side, AV 




AVellington, N R. 


Riviere Bois Glair ... 
Riviere des Prairies.. 
*RiD.duLnup(en bas) 
R. itu Loup (en fiaut) 


I^tnsrk SR 




Prospect, AV" .. 




Temiscouata Q 
Maskinonge Q 
Kamouraska Q 
Glengarry 
Temiscouata Q 


Pubnico Beach, AV 
Pubnico II.tr., AV 0.. 


Shelburne N S 
Yarmouth X S 
Cumberland ....N S 
Cumberland ....K S 
Ila.-tiiiirs X.R. ... 
York, AVR 
A\Vllii)!iton, S R. 
Middlesex, K R... 
St. John X B 


Riviere Raisin 
Riv. Trois Pistoles- 


Pngwai-h River, AV 
Purdy 
Pnrpleville 


York, N.R 


Roberts Island, AV 


Yarmouth N S 
Chicoutimi Q 








Q.uaco Head, \V ... 


Roblin 


Lennox 
Grey. S.R 
Shefford Q 
Essex 


Rob Roy 
Ilochelle 
Rochester 


Quesnflboro 


Masting?, X.R.... 
Nia"arn 


Queens Ion . . . 


Qm-ensville 
Queetisv llf . AV ... 
KIJTRH.! Ilexd. AV 0... 
Hugged Ifland. AV 
Kng.Tst.(K.6idu),WO 

RaiUon 


York, X.R O 
Iinvrn-HH XS 
Guvslv-.ro N S 
Sh!burne X S 
Shelbiiriio X S 
0-it.irio. S R 

llaldinmiid O 




Huntingdon Q 
Norfolk, X R. 


Roekford 


Hocking]) am 
Rock Island 


Renfrew. S.R 
Stanstead Q 


Rockland 


Russell 


Kockland, AV 


AA estmorland ..N B 
Leeds, S.R 


Il-tf nbiun Centra. . 


Rockport, AV 


AVestmorland ..N B 
Card well 


tlauiM 


itario. X R O 
Norfolk, X R 
U. oftvw, X R ... 


Rockton 
Rockville, WO 


AA entworth, N.R. 
Kiu" s N B 


Rockville, AV 
Rockwell Set., AV 0. 


Yarmouth N S 
Cumberland ..N 8 
AVellington, C.R. 
Huron, S.R 
Kl"in AV R 


lUi kln s Mill-, AVO 
TIapi Js den Joachims 
Rartfi 

>:a K>r s rAu-n.-r.AV 

ltl.VHTi.-hlX) 


Carleton X ); 
Pimfiae Q 


Oxford, NR 
Kind s X B 


Ho laerville 




Gn-v, X It 
Vork. N.R 


Roebuck 
Roger s Hill, AV 0... 
Rokeby 


Grenville, S.R.... 
Pictou N S 
Lanark, S.R 
Charlotte N B 






Rolling Dam, AVO... 


i! iw 1. n. AVO 


H.nts X S 
Virtori-i, N.R. ... 


Kent 




Grey, S.R 




Kent 


Kendimr 


AVdllington, C.R 


Rondeau Harboui ... 
Ronson 


Kent 

Norfolk. N.R 
Northumb d.K.R. 
Brant. N R 
Victoria, N.R 
Monck 


R^.rlil.cH Riv., AVO 
Rr.L., Sport Mt ,AVO 
Kt-d Bink, AV 
R -d Islands, W ... 
R^dnersviily 
R -lessey 
*Rf,nfre.io 


.Nor htimlvrrd.X 1! 
Richmotid N S 
Princ- ICdwiird... 
f ardwrll O 
R-iit rew.S K ii 
Hants X S 
NorthnniWrd.N B 
Norfolk. N.R 
L As.soinnti i> Q 


Rosebank 




Rosi deue 


*2tosemont 


Simcoe, SR 
Northurn d. AV.R. 
Lanark, N.R. ... 
,V!l, t rt N B 




Renfrew, AVO 
Kenans l!rid.;e, AV 

Eepcntijrnv 


Rosetta 


Rose Vale, AVO 
Roseville 
Rosev. av .. 


AVaterloo, S.R. ... 
Shelburne N S 



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86 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1871. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


EI.KCTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


Roslin 


Hastings, E.R. ... B. C. Cnrnohan 
Cumberland ...N S David Stewart 
Renfrew, N.R ... James McLaren 


St. C6saire 




Q C. Dorval 
Q L. C. Gauvin 
Q T. MoQtmiiiy 
Q J. E. LeBlauc 
Q James Goodhue 
Q L. V. Rover 
Q John Stroh 
Q A. Bourque 
Q C. Gelinas 
Q M J Phelan 
Q RvJ.H.StJacqnes 
Q Jos. E. Paradis 
S Daniel Mosher 
ft A- -r. Richard 
Q .1. HUIIL-I 
Q P. Tellier 
Q J. B. Cloutier 
Q P. H. Petit 
Q P. X. Maxwell 
C. Fist-er 
Q Pascbal Dionne 
Q J. E. Migimulc 
(J i ly,6at Germain 
i; Mie. M.L. Dupont 
Q L. Cown 
.. . Ulain 
Q James Butler 

(; ! . (lollrti liialiche 
l; i . L. llud.Ul 

Q Chas. Theriuilt 
(; .It atl Bilodeau 
4 Eugene Lensard 
Q S. B. AVarner 
Q !. Dalpe 
Q Uld.iric Brunelle 
Q T. Ve-ruer 
Q Simon Labrossn 
Q Phiiias Gaiithier 
Q M. Beaudoiu 
Q Vital Roy 
Q .Ion. I remimt 
U .). B. LeB.-l 
t; Max. Crepcau 

Q A. Bherom- 
Q J. B. Lamuntagne 
Q L. Bt-ilard 
i; K. Vin.vnt. 
(J Joseph ftoy 
(J Hilaire Poulin 
Q Kmilieti P.-pin 
Q 0. H.Contu 
(i Uev.J O. Drapeau 
(i K. C. lioulet 
Q L G A. be^endre 
Q M. O lleir 
(J liodfrni Buileau 
H (i Knialit 
Q Hiiberi ( 1 :t( ( llicr 
. liattv 
Q H. R. lit-noit 
s Wm. MeKeiizie s 
Q II P Pare 
Q L. Chainp iiix 
Q Marcel An be 
*.^ * I orge Cite 
(^ .1. A. Puirier 
Q H. \ ercier 
(J B. Mi.-liaud 
Q .1. T. Puiirai 
O Win. H.irdon 
Q Joseph Merrier 
(} ClMS A. Cr.llet 
(i P. K.Clniroux 
Q 1 hof. Valiquet 
<; K. Goulet 


Roslin, W 


St.Ch. de Staubridge 
St. Chis., Jiiv. fiover 
St. Chis. Riv. Rich u 
St.Chris.iTArthab ku 
Ste. 01 tire 






St. Hyacinthe ... 
\rthabaska 




Simcoe, N.R Wm. Ditchhurn 
Digby N S David Cowan 
Wellington, N.R. George Wm. Stull 
Kind s N B 


Rossway, WO 


Rothsay. WO 
Rou^e Hill 


St. Clements 


Wat rloo. N.R ... 




St Clet 




Kouville Q D. Bachelder 


Ste. Clo liilde 


Arthabaska 
l \v.) Mountains.. 
Joliette 


Round riill.W ... 
llo-md Hill, AVO ... 


King s N B Wm. McLeod 
Annapolis N S C. E. Spur 
Norfolk, N.R O John Wever 
\lbert N B John Kelly 


St. Columbin 


St. Co lie 


Roxburgh WO . . 


St. Cr.ix. WO 
St. Cr ix W ... . 


lauts N 

y>,rk N 


R r >\hatn 


St. Johns Q Thos Walli 




Shefford Q ; A. T. Beauchemin 


St. C>-"T 




Raxton Pond 

Royal Road, W ... 
Ru^bv .. 


Slwfford Q R. A. Kimpton 
York N B 


St. Cuthbert 




St. C.rille ... 


L Islet 


Simcoe, N.R James Ball 


St. D.niase ... 


St. Hyacinthe ... 


Ruisseau desChenes 


Drummond ...... Q C. Paradis 
Bonaveuture Q John Wheeler 
Ottawa Q W. D. Leslie 
Sunbury N B Holland Smith 


St.D . mie delirandou 
St Dtvids .. 




Rupert 
Rusagornis, W O ... 


St. Denis del i Bout re 
St. Drtiiis. Riv. Rich. 
St. D dace 
St. Dominique 




St. Hyacinthe ... 
MKskinonge 


Russell Peter Campbell 




Chateauguay ... Q Cyrille Tureotte 
B"thwell John Brown 


Rutherford 


St, D tin. des * edre^ 
St. Kdouard 




Ruthven 
Ryckman s Corners.. 
Ryegate 


Bssex Hugh Ruthven 
Wentworth, S.R.. O Wm Wells 
Kssex O Joseph Christe 
Northumb d,K.R. D. Allen 
Terrebonnp Q OdileLafleur 


St.Ed le t ram. (sub.; 
St. Elwi e 






St. Eli/.ab ith 




Ste. Adele 


St. Eloi 


1 eiiiisi ouata 
lieauce 


St. A c *atha 


Waterloo, S.R. ... O Anthony Kaiser 


St. El .ear 
St. Ep iremdeTnng. 
St. Ephrem d Uptoii 

St. Es .rit 


Ste A"athe 




Charlevoix Q Rev. J. A. Bureau 


Ba"0t 


St Aime 


Richelieu Q S Cartier 




St. Alban 


Portneuf Q J. D. MrCormick 


St. Etienne 


St. Maurice 
Beaubaruois 


St Albert 


Arthabaska Q M A Payfer 


St. Et. de Beauhar s. 

St. Eu - Tin 




Kamouraska Q E. Le>eque 
Iberville Q A A. L. Briea 


St. Alexandre 


St. Eitstache 


Two Mountains.. 


St Alexis 


Montcalm Q Leandre LeBau 


St. Evir. de Forsyth 
St. Fa iien 




Joliett Q!J E Martineau 


Kimouski 


St. Anaclet 




Ste. Familie 


Montmorency 


St Andre 


Kamouraska .. .. Q;P C Marquis 


St. Felicitfi 


St. Andre Avolin ... 
S f .. Andrews 


Ottawa . Q jos A Levis 


St Fe ix de Valois . 


lolit-tte 


Charlotte N B G. F. Campbell 


St. Peru >l (sub-office; 
St. Fidele 
Ste. Fliivie 


Charlevoix 


St. Andrews 


Autigonishe ...N S John McMillan 
Colchester N Sj Michael Sibley 


St. Andrews, W 0... 
*St. Andrewi, East.. 
St. Andrews, West... 


Argenteuil Q Thomas Lamb 


St. Flavien 


Lotbiniere 
Ohampliiiii 


Cornwall O L. Masterson 


Ste Flore 




St. Foy 




St Anicet 


Huntingdon Q F. S. Bourgeanlt 
JaequesCartier... Q A Dugal, M.D. 


St. Francois. B.-auce. 
St. F . an. d Orleans 
St. FriirieMi du Lac 
St. FraDoi.<*e 
St. Franijois,Mouat y 


Beauce 


Ste.Anue.Boutdel 1. 
Ste. Anne de la Per. 
Ste.Anne des Monts. 
Ste. Anne des Plains 
Ste.Anne la P<icat re 
St. Ann s, WO 
St. Ann s, Lincoln... 


\Iourmorency ... 
V r aniaskA 


Gaspe Q J. Perr6 


Temi.-couata 
Montmagny 


Terrebonne Q Hector Granger 


Kamouraska Q Joseph Dionue 
Victoria N S M VlcKenzie 


St. G tit de Brandon. 
Ste. iciii-vieve 


Berthier 


Monck Jacob Upper 
Dorchester Q Pierre Fortitr 


Jacques Cartier... 


St. Antoine, Lotbi re 
St. Antoine, Riv. Ric 


Lotbiniere Q Edmond Larue 


St.Qn..rgr, llrtiuce... 
St. G nriie.. Jirnnt ... 
St. Geo., de Windsor 
St.GeoOb.Mimel.WO 
St G r.de(ira it!i!in, 
Ste Gertrude 


lieauce 
Brant, N R 
KichiiK H ) 
Rirhmond N 
Urnmmond 

\jcnl, t 


Vercheres Q N Cartier 


Temiscouata Q 
Lotbiniere Q E. Boucher 


St Apollinaire 


St. ArinandCentre. 
S".. Armand Station 


Missisquoi Q Abram Titemore 




Temiscouata Q Elie Mart u 
Iberville Q P Regnier 


St. Gervais 
St. Giles 


lielleclmsSB 
Uitbiniere 




St Aubert 


[/Islet Q Alexis Blais 


St.Augustin,P tneut 
St. Aui;ustiu,TwoM 
St. Baruabe, R.Yam 
St. Barnabe. St.Mau 
St Barthelemi 


Portneuf ... Q C East 


St. Guill me.d Upton 
Ste. Hilene. . . . 


Drummond 


Two Mountains.. Q L. Paquette 
St. Hyacinthe ... Q Jos. P. Gendron 
St. Maurice Q J. B. L Duaine 
Berthier Q J Fauteux 


Kamonraska 




St. H-l.-ns 


Huron. N. R 


Ste HenSdine 


Ste Beatrix . 


Portneuf Q G. Jobin 
Joliette Q G L. dit Marsolai 


St. Henri 


l.fivis 


St. Hernias 


Two MouuUins. 
Kouville 


St Benoit 


Two Mountains.. Q Ernest Lemaire 
Dorchester Q Pierre Plaute 
Drummond Q O. Salois 
Iberville Q Wm Murray 


St. Hilaire Station.. 
St. Hii.ire Village.. 
St.Hipp.de KilktiiniN 
St. Hubert 


St. Bernard 
St. Bonaventure 
Ste Brigide 






<i Rev. l- .Y. Laberge 
Q F. Ro!i,-rt 
CJ E. Lufiintiiiue 
(> E.L. \l.(\ li^spres 
(^ Juscph Gotielin 
Q B. Moriu 
(i [ . T. l.ansievin 
Thos. Howard 
ii .i. L. WidBiiiHQ 
Q J. F. lii-reuieut 


Chambly 


Ste.Brigitte des S lts 
St Bruno 






lja r ot 


Chambly Q!A P Par6 


* St ffyacintlif 


St. Hyacinthe.... 


St Oauute 


Wolte QlMme. L. Milette 
Two Mountains. Q John Mackereth 
Portneuf Q Narcisse Par6 




St. Isid ! <. Dorch ier 
St. Isid re. Lapr.iiric 
St. Ives 


Dorchester 






St. Catharines, East 
*St. Catharines, W>.st 
St. r. lpst.in .. 




Middlesex. E R.. 
Waterloo, N.R... 
Montcalm .. .... 


Lin.-oln VV. L. Cope land 


St. Jaco * 
St. Jacnues ... 


Niculet . ... C. E. Houde 



[8G] 



1871.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



87 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


St. Jacques le Min... 
St Janvier I 




Jos. 0. Poirier 
D. Desroches 
A. Normandin 
Louis Riendeau 
I. J. L. Derome 
Louis Gosselin 
P. C. Levasseur 
F. X. Lasalle 
F. X. Turcotte 
Marie Fournier 
J. B. L.Villemure 
Isa ie Simard 
John Howe 
W. A. Osgood 
A. N. Brown 
MissFAA.Arcanc 
Daniel Ethier 
John McColl 
Hubert Lemay 
Ji seph Collette 
Louis Roberge 
Jos. Racette 
L. St. Antoine 
S. 0. Lurocque 
M. Brochu 
Andrew Irving 
J. Audet 
N. Lec-ivallier 
Rev. E Dufour 
F. X. A. Rivard 

W. D. Kearney 
J. C. Bachaad 
T. Guernon 
Ti omas Garault 
Leandre Vachon 
Nazaire Caron 
Sam Hamilton 
James Miller 
Pierre Tanguay 
E Vermette 
Moyse Roy 
Pierre Duvernay 
G. Ouellet 
J. S Brine 
F. E. Genest 
G. H. Gatien 
B H. Lalonde 
L6on Sauriol 
Narcisse Dorais 
E. Nugent 
J. Berry 
Edward Everett 
Peter Nichol 
C. L. Estabrook 
Paul Bertrand 
Rev.A.Chouiran 
G. E. Bistodeau 


gt. Pierre. Montma y 
St. Placide . 


Montmagny Q 
Two Mountains... Q 
Soulanges Q 


^arah D. Bacon 
P. L. PaLmiy 
John Taylor 

Narcisse Fortier 
Mrs. M M;Donell 
Ed. Plamondon 
Roberc T> re 
Charles Bedard 
Olivier Dupre 
Louis P. Huot 
J. B. Paquette 
A. Moriu 
B Rocher 
E. Belanger 
Ant. Cabina 
J. B. Filiatrault 
L. L. J. Loranger 
J. L. Saucier 
A. Fortier 
Luc Lcmoureux 
Adolphe Lamy 
Antoine Bernier 
Alfred Brien 
N. A. Brunet 
Edward Carey 
A. J. Lacourciere 
J. B. Laplante 
James A. Grant 
Jacques Royal 
John Machell 
George Macrea 
Paul Decelle 
Marcel Lepine 
David Morris 
Joseph La tour 
E. Ermatinger 
J. B. Scott 
P. 0. Trudcl 
G. E. Savauneau 
J. B. M.ttthieu 
L. Lupien 
J. Mollour. jun. 
P. S Grandpre 
P. Belanger 
0. P. Cloutliier 

C. Germain, jun 
F Therien 
Hy. L. Sit<;hen 
Nestor Duguay 
0. F. Prieur 
A. McDonald 

Thomas Jones 
Jos. Dixon 

John R Wissler 
E. Black 
William Boon 
Jos J. Wallace 
R Buttemer 
James Fowler 
Wm. Woods 
George Keirsteed 
R. B. Patterson 
.1. Huntington 

D. Lawler 
Ann Gal lager 
Thomas O Neill 
Simon PleWi-s 
George McEwen 

Thos. Hurley, jr. 
Mrs. McRae 
Edward Taylor 
John Orr 
David Allan 
Mrs. Fourdrinier 
Alex. J. Fox 
C St. Louis 
Nicholas Bailay 
Isaac Cleveland 
John G. Morse 
John Purnev 


Ctrrebonne Q 


St.J.Bp. de Montreal 
St.J.Bp. deRouville 
St.J.Chr.Chateaug y 
St. Jean Chry. Levis 1 
St.Jean desChaillons 
St. Jean de Matha... 
St. Jean d Orleans ... 
St. Jean Port Joli... 
St. Jer6me 


St. Polycarpe 






Champlaia Q 


Ohateauguay Q 
Levis Q 


St. Raphael, East. ... 
St. Raphael. West... 




Glengarry 


Lotbinidre Q 


Portneuf Q 


loliette Q 


St. Regis 


Huntingdon Q 
Napierville Q 


Montmorency.... Q 
L Islet Q 


St Remi 




Richelieu Q 


Terrebonne Q 
Montmorency ... Q 
St. John N B 
St Johns Q 


*St. Roch de Quebec 
St. Roch de Richelieu 
St. Roeh des A ulna s 
St. Rochl Achigan... 


Quebec (City) E.. Q 
Richelieu Q 




St. John 

* St. Jo/ins, East 
St. Johns, West 


L Islet Q 


L Assomption Q 
Compton Q 


Welland 






Bagot Q 


St. Joseph, W 
St. Joseph du Lac ... 

St Jude 


Westmoreland, N B 
Two Mountains.. Q 
St. Hyacinthe ... Q 




Laval Q 




Terrebonne Q 
Quebec Q 


SI. Sauveur de Quebec 
Ste. Scholastique 


Ste. Julie 


Twb Mountains.. Q 
Iberville Q 


Ste. Julie de Somer"t. 






St Severe 


St. Maurice Q 
Rimouski Q 




Maskinonge Q 


St. Sim. de Rimouski 
St.Simon deYamas a 


Ste.Just.de Newton. 


Bagot Q 


Levis Q 




St. Lambert, Mout l. ! 
St. Laure td Orleans 
St. Lament, Mont l.. 
St. Lazare 
St. Leon 


Chambly Q 


Ste. Sophie de Lac ce 
St. Stanislas 


Terrebonne Q 
Champlain Q 


Montmorency G 
facque.o Cartier... Q 
ielleehasse (J 
MaskinongS Q 
Nicolftt Q 


St. Stanis. de Kostka 
St Step ien 


Beauharnois Q 


Charlotte N B 
L Assomption. ... Q 
Lotbiniere Q 


St Sulpice 






St. Leonards, W 0... 
St. Liboire 




St. Sylvester, East... 




Bagot Q 


Bagot Q 


St. Li ir uori 




St.Theod.deChertsey 
Ste.Therese.de Blain. 
St. Thomis, East.... 
*St. Thffm is, West... 
St Timothee 


Montcalrn Q 


St. Lin 


j Assomption Q 


Terrebonne Q 


St, Louis deGonzague 
Ste. Louise 


L Islet Q 


Elgin, E.R 
Beauharnois Q 
Champlain Q 


St. Luc 




Ste. Luce 


Rimouski Q 


St Tite 


St. Migloire 


iellechasse Q 
Dorchester Q 
Compton Q 


St.Tite des Caps(sub) 
St Urbain 


Moutmorency .... Q 
Chateauguay Q 
Maskinonge Q 
St Johu s .. .. Q 


St. Maiachie 
St. Malo 




St. Marc 






St. Marcel 

St. Margaret s Bay... 
St, Marguerite 


iichelieu Q 
Halifax N S 


St Valerien 


Shefford Q 


St Vallier 


Bellechasse Q 
Richelieu . Q 


Dorchester Q 




Ste. Mar. de Monnoir 
Ste. Marthe 


Ste. Victor de Tring 
St. Vincent de Paul 
St Wenceslas 




Vaudreuil Q 


Laval Q 


St. Martin 


Laval . Q 




Ste, vlartine 


3Uateauguay Q 
St John N B 


St Williams 


Norfolk S R .. O 


St. Metrttns 


St Zephirin 




St. Martin s. W O ... 
Mt. Mary s Bay, WO 
*S . Sltirys, B/anch d 
St. Mary s Fer., W 
St. Mrtthias 


St John . N B 




Soulauges Q 
Middlesex, N.R... 
Shelburne N S 


Di"by NS 


gable 


Perth S.R 


Sable River, W ... 


York . N B 


Rouville Q 




Westmorland... N B 
Ontario, N.R 
Wellington, C R. 
Cumberland ...N S 
Oxford, SR 
Westmorland... N B 
Gloucester N B 


St. Mathieu 






St. Maurice 






St. Maurice Forges.. 
St. Michel 


Sf. Maurice Q 


Salem W 


Bellechasse Q 
Temiscouata Q 
Nico et Q 


E. S. Belleau 
Narcisse Miville 
P. Nourte 
D. Hamelin 
Morris Scott 
N. Roch 
N. Richard 
Joseph Canniff 
L. Oullet 
L. Chapedelaine 
Alex Hudon 
A. Blondeau 
Richard Dyer 
J. McNauirhton 
J. S. Beaudette 
Pierre Guibord 
Rev. J B. VallS 
Francois Lemay 
Joseph Marion 
Win. Thompson 
0. A. Clement 
R. G. Morrison 
7. Mnvrand 
J. B D Amour 
, A. Gauthier 
>>. Fortin 
I Thomas Phillins 


alford . . . 


St. Modesto 






Salmon Beach, W 
Salmon Creek, W 
Salmon Hole, W 0... 
Salmon Kiver, W 0.. 
Salmon River, WO. 
Saln.on River, W 0.. 
Salmon Kiver, W 0.. 
Salmon River, W 0. 
Salmon River, W 0.. 
Salmon R (L. S.) WO 
Salmon ville 
Salt Springs, W 0... 
Sambro, W 






St. Nicholas 
St. Norbert 


Levis Q 
Berthier Q 


Halifax N S 


Albert NB 
St John N B 


St. Octave 




St. Ola 


Hastings, N.R.... 
Kamouraska Q 
Richelieu . . Q 


Cape Breton ...N S 
Di-by N S 


fct. Onezime 


St. Ours 


Guvsbnro" N S 
Hilifax N S 


St. Pacome 


Kamouraska Q 1 
Kamouraska Q 
Charlotte N B 
Victoria N S 


St. Paschal 


Guvsboro N S 
Peel 
King s NB 


St. Patrick, W ... 
St. Pat kChan.,W 
St. Patrick s Hill ... 
St. Paul d lndustrie 
St. Paul duButon... 
St. Paulin 


Arthabaska Q 
Joliette Q 


Halifax N S 


Sanborn 
Sandftrtld 


Wolfe Q 


Montma.gny G 
MaskinongS G 
L Assomption. ... C 
Pictou N S 




Ontario, N.R 
Cardwell 


St. Paul 1 Hermite... 
St. Paul s. W 
*St. Paul s Bay 
St.P tfr s 
St. Philippe 


Sandhill 








Sand Point ... 


Renfrew. SR 
Guysboro N 8 
Essex 
Gaspe Q 


Richmond N S 
L,Mpniirie ......... C, 
Chateauguay ( 
Bifot C 


Sand Point, W ... 
*Sandwich 
Sandy Beach . . . 


Ste. Philomene 


St. Pie 


Sandy Beaches, W 
Sandy Cove 
Sandv Point. W ... 


Halifax N S 


St. Pierre d Urleans. 
St.Pierre lesBecq uets 


Montmorency t 
Nicolet . ... G 


Digbv N 3 
Shalburno N S 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 


[1871. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL D1V. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTOEAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


Sarawak 
Sarepta 


Grev. N.R 
Huron, S.R 


John McKenzie 
Wm. Reynolds 

Thomas Lee 
Samuel Cormac 
Ed. Dauphin 
Mrs. Pirn 
A. H. Savage 
George Wells 
Wm. Sawyer 
Donald McLean 
J. McGinnis 
Thos. Bearman 
Mrs T. McCall 
Viel 3IcDi>Hgall 
John R. Carle 
John T. Cochran 
II. Lvman 
A. C. Ells 
Alex. McWillian 
Isaac Finley 
Samuel Dickson 
Isaac Bennett 
Wm. Bowden 
J. G. Blaikie 
Wm. Coleman 
Andrew Me Fee 
David Wartman 
James Wilkie 
Arch. Frame 
James Robinson 
Richard Northej 
John Scott 
Chas. Chouinard 


Six Mile Brook, W 
Six Mile Cross 
Six Mile Road, W 
Six Portages 


Pictou N S 


John McKay 
Jauies Anderson, 

John Sproule 
Thomas Blenkin 
J. R. McKenzie 
J. T. Smith 
Richard J. Evans 

Thos. II. Coates 
S. D. Smith 
S. Hanington 
E. W. Potter 
James Shaw, jun 
William Knight 
David Smith 
George Preston 
R. Thompson 
P. Allin 
P. Cattanach 
II. Jntras 
C. W. Barteaux 
Wm. P. Rover 
John Hewitt 
Lewis Harper 
J. 0. Duplessis 
As* D. Brooks 
Francis Cooper 
Thos. Donovan 
John McMani,is 
C. B. Cox 
Daniel Godard 
John E. Smitii 
Isaac Fry 
Thos. Hanrahan 
Wm. Speer 
Asa Leighton 
Mrs L.Williams 
Alex. Allen 
Ira Jimerson 
D.G. McMillan 

David McGregor 
Elias Clow 
John Morrison 
B. S. Darcbe 
J. Holbrooke 
II. R. MacDonaia 
W. Bermingham 
Marion Webster 
Samuel Scisson 
Robert Me Kim 
Robt. Waddell 
John Morrow 
John Kain 
Mrs. A. Wensley 
George Creed 
M. Mr-Aub-y 
R. McKenzie 
Jno. McKachern 
A. McDonald 
Thomas Cross 
R. McConnell 
R. D. Perry 
John A. Kakins 
E. S. Woodbury 
Wm. Speedie 
James Loughrin 
L. McKay 
Mrs. A. Flanagan 
Mrs. M. Imrie 
W. H. Billow 
F. D. Genong 
r. W. Ilazen 
W. Wells 
VV. II Graves 
VV. H. White 
lesse Clarke 
"i. Grimm 
Mrs. S Iliimil on 
1! J.Woodworth 
J. Hewitt 
1- . A. I) Mikin 
Joseph Anderson 
\. Oooilfullow 
7. A. Holmes 

v lllV 


Huntingdon Q 
Cumberland ... N S 
Ottawa Q 






Bruce, N.R 


Saulmerville, W 0... 
Sault iiu Recollet ... 
Sanlt Ste. Marie.. .... 
Savage s Mill 
Saw Mill Creek,WO 
Sav.-yeryille 


Digby N S 


Skipness 


Bruce N R 


Hochelaga Q 


Skye 




Algoma 


Sky Glen, WO 
Sleswick 
Sligo 


Inverness N S 
Cardwell 
Card well 


Shefford C 
Annapolis N S 




Smith Creek, W 0... 
Smithfield 




Scarborough 


York, E R .. . 


Northumbd. E.R 
Westmorland... N B 
Digby N8 
Lanark, S.R 

Stanstead . Q 


Xchnmberg 
Scone 


York, N.R 
Bruce S R 


Smith", W 


Smith s Cove, W 0... 


Scotch Block 


Halton ... 


Scotch Settlem.W O 
Scotch Town, W 0... 
S-otch Village, WO 
Scotland 


Westmorland. ..N I 
Queen s N B 


Smith s Mills 


Smith Town, W 0... 


King s N B 

Wellington, N.R. 


Hants N S 


Brant S R O 


Smithville, Lincoln .. 


Scott s Bay. VV ... 
Scovil s Mills, W 


King s N S 


Durham, W. R... 

Bothwell 


Westmorland... N B 
Ontario, N.R 
Huron, SR 
Perth N R 




Somerset 
Somerset. W 
Somerville, W 
Sonora 
Sonya .... 


Megautic Q 
King s N S 
Carleton . N B 
Guysboro N S 
Ontario. N.R 




Sebringville 


Second Falls. W 0... 
Section T, W 


Charlotte N B 
Colchester N S 
Leeds, S.R O 


CJeeley s Bay 


*Svrel 


Seeley s Mills, W 
Selby 
Stl nrk 
Salman, W 


Kind s N B 


Southampton. W 
South Barnston 
South Bay, WO 
South Bolton 


York . . N B 


Lennox 
Halclimand O 
Hants N 8 


Stanstead Q 


Victoria N S 




S-lton 
Sjlwvn 


Bothwell 
Peterboro , W. R. 
Haldimand C 


South Branch, W 
South Br.(Ken.)WO 
South Br. (Oro.)W 


Cokhester N S 
Kin" * N R 






Sattrington 


Haldimand 
Peterboro , E.R... <; 
Peterboro , E.R... 
Drummond Q 


Severn Bridge 


Victoria, N.R C 
Ottawa Q 




Sevigoe 


flercule Chene 
3. W. Nickerson 
George Brown 
P. Gorman 
James Bailey 
Henry Ellis 
Wm. Clark 
Hiram Holden 
William Heard 
John J. Stokes 
Mrs. C. M. Sharp 


South Dummer 
South Durham 


Shag Harbour, W 


Shelburne N S 
Perth, S R 


South East Pas. WO 
South Elmsley 
South Ely 


Halifax N S 


Shamrock 


Renfrew, S.R O 
Hastings, N.R. ... 
St. John s N B 
Grenville, S.R ... 
Hastings, KR. ... 
Simcoe, N.R 
York, N.R 
King s N S 


Leeds N R 


Shanick 


Shefford Q 


Shanklin, WO 
Shauly 


South Finch 


Stormont .. . 


Souih Gloucester ... 


Russell 


ShannonviUe 


Grenville, N.R.... 
Shefford Q 


Shanty Bay 
Sharon 
Sharp s Bridge,W 
.harpton 


South Granby 


S. Gut St. Ann s,WO 
South Ham. . . 


Victoria N S 


Wolfe Q 


Frontenac 


S. Hinchinbiooke ... 
South La Graisse ... 
South Lake... 


Shawbridge 


Terrebonne Q 


William Shaw 
J. Desaulniers 
Alex. McDonald 




Shawenegan 


St. Maurice Q 
Inverness N S 
Westmorland. ..N B 
Westmorland.. .N B 
Westmorland...N B 
Halifax N S 


Leedi S R 


Shea s River, W 0... 
Shediac 


S.McLellan s M.WO 
South March 


Kctou N S 


A. R Wheldon 


Carleton 


Shedi.-tc Bridge. W 
Shediac Road, W 
Sheet Harbour,W 
Sheffield 


C. Richard 
Jas. Rodgerson 
Wm. Hall 
Kdwin Bond 
j. J Burpee 
j. Webster 
Wm. Saxby 

1. R Thomson 
M. Webster 
fos. Wallace 
Samuel J. Foss 
J H. McDonald 

A. 0. Stringer 
{avmond Robert 
A. T. Ward 
Andrew Younj 
id win Phillips 
ohn Moore 
Mrs. M. O Brien 

Fohn Dorron 
Joseph Rousseau 
James Bent 
John Chambers 
Wm. August 

A. W. Grant 
C. J. McRea 
D. McEachen 
Donovan Sills 
Elizabeth Cole 
Bto Guimncd 
Henry Mulkins 
Jauies Hamilton 


South Middleton ... 
South Monaghan ... 
South Mountain .... 
South Nelson, W 
*Sr,uth Quebec 
South Raw don, W 
S.S.B.Riv.Denis,W 
S.S. BoulardorRWO 
S.S.Wycocom.B.WO 
S.S W. Margaree,WO 
South Zorra ..... i 


Norfolk, N.R 
Northurnb. W.R. 
Dundas 


Wentwortb, N.R. () 
Sunbury N B 


Northumberl d N B 
Levis Q 
Hants N S 


Sheffield 


Sheffield Mills, W 
Sheffoid Mountain .. 
Shelburue 


King s N S 


Shefford Q 


Inverness N S 
Victoria N S 


Grey. S R 

Shelburne N S 
Card well .. 




Sheldon 


Inverness N S 
Oxford, N.R 


bepody Road, WO 
rhranke 


Kind s N B 




^paffordton ....... .. 


F .- rbrooAe 


Guysboro N S 
Halton 
Well *nd 
Napierville Q 
Bothwell 
Bonaventiire Q 
Carleton N B 


Spanish River 
Spa Springs, W O ... 


Algoma .... 01 


Sheridan 
Sherkstou 

t-:icrrir,gtoa 
Shetland 
Shigawake 

-hawk, W ... 
Sb iii-niinis liiidge . 
Sliip Harbour, W 
ay 


Elgin, E.R 
Annapolis N S 
Grev, NR . .0 


Speedside 


Wellington, C.R. 
Digby N S 


Speitches Cove, W 
Spencer Cove 
Spencerville 


Quebec Q 
Grenville, S R. ... O 
Cumberland ...N S 
King s N B 


Cumberland ... N S 
Halifax N S 


Spencer^s Island, WO 
Sprague s Point, WO 
Spring Arbour 


Perth, N.R 


- .il/l.L itn. W 
Shoolbred 


Gloucester NB 
Konave.riture... Q 


Norfolk. SR 


Middlesex, N.R...O 
Klu in. KR O 
King s N B 


UH vrh, W ... 
Sr.vwvburv 


Yarmouth N S 


Springfield 
Springfinld 


ley 

I/. t H li:- 


Grey, S.R 

Colchester N S 
Cumberland ... N S 
Glengarry 

TjHtinnv . O 


Springfield. WO 
pringfield. WO 
firing ford 
Springhill WO 

Spring ((ill, WO ... 
Spring Hill R. W 


York \ B 


Annapolis N S 
Oxford, S.R 
York NB 
Cumberland ... N S] 
Cumberland ... N S 
Ualdimand o 
Peterboro , W 1! O 
Pictou N S 
St. John... .. N i! . 


Shulic, VV 


i 

P<-int, W ... 
rilla ....:... 


ir Hill ...[Norfolk. S.R o 
t H Yi^ .ii.i NB 


! Norfolk. X.R 
HutQU,:HntH ... .. SilUOOO, NR.... ... 


ipriDgville, W O ... 
Spruce Lake. VV 0... 



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89 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTBtASTEIi. 


Spry Bay, W 
Staffa 


Halifax N S 


Heurv Leslie 
R. F. Rundle 
K. Childerhose 
Mrs. P. A. Correll 
J. M. Jones 
John C. Corey 
Porter Beattie 

James Huston 
Henry Parker 
William Plant 
C. Burrell 
B. F. Hubbard 
Wm. H. Beatty 
S. M. Starkey 
C Meunier 
J. H. McKeggie 
H. Patterson 
,)olm C. Steele 
A. Maguire 
Amos Wilson 
Wm. Percival 
Win T. House 
G. McNaught 
W. C. Elliott 
Wm. Judd 
Jos. Sandtrson 
James Fry 
J. S. Argue 
Robert Rusk 
M Pattenoude 
Patrick Murphy 
John Stoddart 
Anthony Byron 
A?a Hail 
Wm. Owens 
Wm. Corrigan 
Alva G. Jones 
John Scott 
H. Desjardins 
Thos. F Milward 
Colin Noble 
Wm. Burland 
Edw. Wheeler 
L, Hayward 
Matthew Feeble? 
W. R. Griffin 
Isaac Blaiu 
L. T. O Loane 
J. C. Yandecar 
Hugh McRae 
Joseph Icglis 
C. H. Mclntosh 

Albert Benson 
John S. Blinn 
Wm. Buchanan 
James Kerr 
D. J. Baker 
W illiam O Brien 
B Sanford 
John McEride 
John Jones 
Alex. Gillespie 
John Humphreys 
Wm. S. Teakles 
H. McMonagle 
J. W. McKeown 
R. Chisholm 
D. Rankin 
G. C. Dyer 
H. A. Eastabrook 
II. Flood 
C. H. Bnright 
Calvin W. Miller 
Jos Millington 
Robert Martin 
D. G. Rigby 
John Dawson 
Jacob Syphers 
Horatjp Lee 
Joseph Radford 
jJohn Stacey 
James Aylsworth 
Henry Hutt 
Samuel S. f orres 
A. Deseve 




Wentworth, S R. 
Bruce, N.R 


S. G. Harris 
John Tobev 
M. McMmchy 
Robt. Purves. jr. 
John Drysdnle 
Mrs. M. Giithrie 
George SlathesoD 
Char^ Taylor 
Char es Taylor 
Wro. Suuson, sen. 
W. Tomlinson 
D. A. Junes 
George E. Mills 
Samuel Waitio 
G. F. Monter 
Adam Tlfer 

James Iligan 
A. Reiney 
Wm. Stephens 
John S Parker 
W. B. Mills 
D. McGregor 
John McKenzie 
J. K. Genereux 
George Wilson 
M. G. Miller 
N. C. McCarty 
James Duncan 
B. McKillican. jr. 
Robert Snell 
RichardJobnston 
John Robertson 
JTSchmietendorf 
Thos. McKeuny 
Joseph Hill 
Thos. Harrison 
John Hughi-on 
C. A. Smith 
Butler Thome 
Josiali Purkiss 
T. M. Banting 
Jacob Keefer 
Geo. H. De Wolfe 
C. K. Ogden 
Chas.W Black 
Wm. T. Casey 
G. W. Cameron 
Oliver King 
Wm. Davidcon 
James Smith 
G. T. VanNorman 
Alex. Simpson 
N. Mclnnes 
Mrs.C. A McLean 
Alex. Fraser 
S. Crozier 
Wm. Webber 

Joseph Lesslie 
John Wilson 
John Irons 
Hiram Sliif;ht 
John Young 
II. H. Harrington 
Isaac Adams 
James Appelbe 
John Nelson 
Robt. McGahey 
J. McGauvran 
James Shields 
Marcel Cote 
Simon Stevens 
Jas. Gumming 
T. P. Pelletier 
G. C. Caron 
Jas. Moorhouse 
Wm. Symington 
James Marshall 
G. Code 
John R. Neff 
H. Richardson 
Edm. Hamilton 
P. H. Derhiim 
John Lowther 
W. F. Willctt 
W. L. Currie 


Perth S R 


Tara 


Stafford 


Renfrew, N.R. ... 
Wellacd 




Wellington, N.R. 
Colchester N S 
Colchester N S 
Lanark. SR 
Perth. S.R 




Tatamagouche 
TatamagoucheM WO 
Tatlock 


Stanbridge East 
Stanbridge Station .. 


Missisquoi Q 
Missisquoi Q 










Russell 


Stanfold 




Taylor Village, W 
Tay Mills, WO 
Tay Settlement.W 


Westmorland... N B 
York NB 




Stanstead Q 


Stanley ~\V O 


York N B 


York NB 


Stanley s Mills 


Peel 
Stanstead Q 


Simcoe, S.R 
Westmorland...N B 
Bruce, S.R 


Tedish. WO 




Simcoe, S.R 




Starkey s, W 




Norfolk. NR O 
Middlesex, E.R... 
York NB 




Telfer 


*Stctyner .. . 


Simcoe N R 


Tfniperanc.Vale/VVO 


Steam Mill Vill. WO 
Steele 


King s N S 


Ottawa Q 


Simcoe N R 




Middlesex, E.R... 
Hants N S 


Steep Creek, AY ... 
Steeve s Mount. W 
Stella 
Stevensville 


Guysboro N S 
Westmorland... N B 
Lennox 
Welland 


Tueecafe. W 


Ten Mile Creek, WO 
Tennant s Cove, W 


St John N B 




Lanark, SR 
Terrebonne Q 


Stewiaeke C. R. WO 
Still Water, W ... 
* Stirling 


Colchester N S 
Guysboro N S 
Ilastinss, N.R ... 
Wellington, N.R. 
Norfolk, SR 
Carleton 








Teston ., 


York. W.R 

Wellington, N.R. 
Oxford. N.R O 


Stirton 


Stilted 




Stittsville 


Thamesville 1 Both well O 


Stockdale 


Northumb d E.R. 
Chateauguay Q 
Hastings. E.R. ... 
Annapolis N S 
Richmond . Q 


Thanet 


Hastings, N.R. ... O 
Queen s N B 
York, W.R O 
Hastings. E.R. ... 
Simcoe. SR 
Grev. N.R O 


Stock well 


The Range, WO 
Tbistletown 


Stoco 


Stoddart s, WO 
Stoke Centre 


Thompsonville 


Stoketon 




Thorn bur v 


Stonefield 






Stoneham 


Quebec Q 




Middlesex. E.R... 
King s N H 


Stony Oreek ... 


Wentworth, S.R 
Albert N B 


Thome Brook, W O 
Thome Centre 
Thome Town, W 
*Thwnlall 


Stony Creek, W 0... 
Stony Point 


Pontiac Q 


Essex . . 


Queen s N B 


Stormont, W 
Stornoway 


Guysboro N S 


York, W.R O 




SimcoS, S.R O 
Welland 


Stottville 


St John s Q 


* Thar old . 


*Stouffnlle 
Stowe 


York, NR 
Huron N R 


Three Mile PI. W O 
*Three Rivers 


Hants N S 


Three Rivers Q 


Strdbane .... . 


Wentworth, N.R. 
H.lgin E R 


Thunder Bay .. 




Straffordville 




Hastings, E.R... 
Ottawa Q 


Strangford 
*Strut/ord 


York, E.R 
Perth S R 


* Th urso 


Tiduish, W 


Cumberland ... N S 
Westmorland... N B 
Kent 


Stratballan 


Oxford N R 


Tidnish Bridge, W 
Tilltury East 


Strathburn 


Middlesex, W.R. 
Grey. N.R 
Middlesex, N.R... 
Peel 
Monck 
Shefford . Q 


StratHnairn 
*Stratliroy .... 




Oxford, S.R 
King s N B 


Tilusville, WO 

r Pi ypytoTi 


*Streetsvitle 
Stromness 
Stukely 


Bruce. N R O 


Toledo Leeds N.R O 


Toney River, W 0... 
TopDinsr 


Pictou N S 


Sullivan 
Summer Kill, WO.. 
Summerstown 
Summerville 
Sumuierville, WO... 


Grey, N.R 


Perth. N R O 


Torbav W .. .. Guv shorn TsT S 


Glengarry 




Cardwell 


Peel 
II ante N S 




Toronto 




Simcoe, S.R 
Charlotte NB 




Tower Hill. WO ... 
Townsend Centre ... 
Tracadie W 


Snnderiaud 


Ontario, N. R 
Siincoe, N.R 
King s N B 


Norfolk, NR 
Gloucester N B 
Antigonishe ... N S 
Carleton NB 


Sunnidale ... 


Sussex Corner, W 
Sussex Portage, WO 
Sussex Vale. 




King s N B 


Tracey s Mills, W 
Trafalgar 


Kind s. . N B 


;Halton 


Sutherland s Cor. ... 
SutheiTndaMiU,WO 
Sutherland s K. WO 
KtJtfm 


Both well 


Trafalgar, W 


Halifax NS 


Pictou N S 


Grey, S.R 


Pictou N S 


Treadwell 


Prescott 




Trecafitle 


Wellington, N.R. 
Chicoutimi Q 


Swan Creek 


Sunbury . N B 


Tremblay 


Sweaburg 


Oxford, S.R 
Missisquoi 




Drummond Q 


Swfet.sburg 
Switzcrviile 


* Trenton 


Hastings, W.R. ... 
Temiscouata Q 
L Islet Q 
Halifax N S 


Trois Pistoles 


Sydt-nham Place 
Sydnfi/ 


Drummond Q 
Cape Breton ... N 8 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Middlesex, N.R... 
Queen s . N B 


Trois Saumons 
Trout Cove, W ... 
Trout Lake 


Sydney Mines 


Victoria, N.R 
Huntingdon Q 
Perth NR 


Sylvan 




Sypber s Cove. W 
Tauucintac, W O ... 
Tadousac 
TnlbotTille Royal ... 
Htmwortlt 


Trowbridge ... 


Northumberld. N B 
Saguenav Q 


Troy 


Wentworth, N.R. 


Trudell . 


Klgin. W.R 


Truro 


Colchester N S 
Simcoe SR 


Tuam 


Tfincook Island. WO 
Tangier 


Lunenbnrg N S 
Halifax NS 


Tullamore 
Tupperville. W O ... 
Turns Bay. WO... , 


Peel 
Annapolis N S 
1 Halifax NS 


Taunwry West 


H jchelsura Q. 



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[1871. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


Turtle Creek, WO... 


Carleton N B 


J. H. Steeves 
A Marlett 
J. M Lent 
M. LeBlanc 
Richard Marshall 
T. S Johnson 
John Rutherford 
Merideth Conn 
John T. Welch 
Samuel Heath 
S Umphrey 
A. Thompson 
Wm. T. Morley 
George Buna 
John Alcock 
George McKay 
James Miller 
D. Kavanairh 
J. II. Coulthard 
F. F. Jones 
John McGuffln 
George Eakin 
N. H. Upham 

Wm. Dickens 
A Knack 
Samuel Jerway 
J. D. Cameron 

S. Cormier 
C. W. Knox 
.J A Jordan 
A. Beckwith 
Thomas Crothers 

C. Manuel 
Jacob Hannegar 
Alex. Hawthorne 
James E. Smith 
Thomas Coborn 
Josiah Rudolph 
James Robinson 
Andrew Ray 
Arch. Shields 
C. A. Robinson 
S. L. Henry 
Vital Alain 
Minor Reid 
B. S. Ceecd 
W. B. Tompkins 
Chas E Parent 
L W. Lavers 
Henry Gagnon 
Arthur G. Chase 
D McMillan 
John McKay 
John McLellan 
M. McDonald 
C. A. Cameron 
D Livingston 
W. A. Garrison 

John Cox 
Angus McDonald 
Thomas Ebbett 
Wm. H. Sisson 
George Croswell 
Thomas Byrne 
Alex. Cameron 
Richard Carroll 
Jacob Dafoe 
Thomas Dawson 
Erastus Hanes 
S. Shepherd 
George Wheeler 
Husjh Cooper 
W. F.Vaillnnco rt 
Chas. S. Wolff 
P. X. David 
II. W Sharp 
J. Richardson 
S. Brethour 
L. Paradis. jr. 
John Madden 
Pierre Bedard 
W. H. Vanatter 
C. F. Holterman 


Vandecar 
Vandeleur 
*Vanidwk Hill 


Oxford, S.R 
Grey, S.R 


T. H. Arnell 
J. W. lleudi-rson 
D. McDonnell 
Levi Miller 
J W. 11. bson 
John Van v lack 
J. Arcliainlieault 
Josiah K. Secord 
Francis KAea. 
Mark Vasi-v 
F. D. Bastien 
Jos. Vanghan 
James Lowria 
J. MacDimald 
L houns Hunter 
Ohas. Me Ken yon 
John MrAulpy 
Carbv Johnson 
Trefflb Ln.^ier 
J. Colling 

D. McD inaM 
Henry Terry 
Alex. Gnnit 
Isidore Marcoux 
Robert Cannon. 
James Wilson 
George R. Boyer 
J. M, Henry 
II Madill, ;un. 
John Brown 
Alex. C. Ross 
Daniel V. Ileise 
Samuel Brasher 
Theo. O Michaud. 
Dennis Gallagher 
A. Dupuis 
N. D I). Bessette 
John McLaren 
W. Brotherston 
P. Lacoureiere 
Richard Simpson 
Wm. Gik-hii-st 
D. W. Perry 
James M. ({risrol 
George D. McOall 
Robt. MeOormlck 
J. R Faylo 
John Te.skny 

Jas. M vL-iren 
David J tikiDS 
Win. Baker 
Malcolm McLean 

M. B. Huastis 
Wm McGinn 
L. II. Johnson 
John McNiel 
David Pardy 
John Mcttiilop 
F. B. Prior 
Jacob B Oswald 
Robert Barker 
D.W. McCall 
Thos. P. Walter 
John Landon 
Robert Pattison 
J. W Stephens 
John Uewar 
E. D. Mirlin 
A. Stapleford 
W. D. Hammond 
Georue Wright 
I Humphries 
Win <j. L)i-!tron 
T. W. Smith 
C. S. Chipriiiin 
Thomas Cheat 
K. Frfiiiiraliugen 
| L. T. Dorai* 
John II. Morris 
James Brown 

R. H. C<,7./.i. llS 

W m. Dunn 

George G i ass 


Brant. X R . . O 


2 <l <!. <( 


Yarmouth N S 
Yarmouth N S 
[listings, K.R. ... 
Wentivorth, S.R. 
York NB 
EUin, W.R 
Durham, WR ... 
Norfolk N R 


Tusket Wedge, W 
Tweed 


Victoria N R ... . 




Middlesex, E.R... 
Simcoe, N.R 




Vaiivlack .. 


Tweedside, W 
Tyreoutiell 


Varennes 




Huron, SR 
Grey SR 




Tyrrell 




Simcoe, N R 




Ontario, N.R 
Victoria, NR 
Victoria, N.R. ... 
Victoria. N.R. ... 
Grey, M R 
Huron N R ... 






(jffiu tr tou 


Vaiiirhan s, W 
Vei ^hton 
Vellore 
Venice 


Hants N S 


U J .>nl 


Russell 
York, W.R 
MisMsquoi Q 




Ullvatt 

Ul tcr . . . 




Orutnmond Q 


Ventnor . . 


Grenville, S.R. ... 
Grey, S.R 




II -istiintR, N R. ... 
Bruce. N R 


Yen try 






KMn K R 




Bruce S R 


Union Hill 


Middlesex, E.R. 
York, E.R 


Vernal, W O 


Antigonishe ...N S 
Russell 






Uphatn, W 


Kirr S NB 




North umb d W.R. 


Upnor 


Victoria N R 




Uoper Bty du V. WO 
Upper Branch, W 
Up. Buctouche. W 
Upper C-tledoim.WO 
Upper Cripe, W ... 
Upper Cirnquet, WO 
Upper Caverhill,WO 
Up Or.OoadSt.M WO 
Upper DvkeVil WO 
Up. Grtgetown, W 
Up. Greenwich, W 
Up. HavneSville.WO 
Up. Kenne.tcook.WO 
Upper Kent W ... 
Upp,-r Iveswick, W 
Up-Keewlck Rid.WO 
Upper LuIIave, W 
UpI,,ochL>rnond,WO 
U. Migtuadvil,WO 
U. Minzerville, WO 
Upper Mills 


North umberl dNB 
Lunenburg N S 
Kent NB 


Versailles. ... 


Iberville Q 




Bruce S R 


Vicars 


Huntingdon Q 
t arlaton N B 


Halifax NS 


Victoria "W 


Westmorland... N B 
Gloucester N B 
York N B 


Victoria W 


Cumberland ... N S 
Ontario, N.R 
Kings N S 


Victoria Corners .... 
Victoria liar., W 
Victoria Mines, WO 
Victoria Square 




Cape Breton... N S 
York, E. R 
Elgin, E.R 
Temiscouata Q 
Simcoe, N.R 
L Islet Q 


King s N S 


Queen s N B 


King s N B 




York N B 


Vigo 


Hants N S 


Village des Anlnaies 
Village Richelieu ... 
Villanova 


Caileton N B 
York N B 


Rouville Q 


Norfolk, N.R 
Peterborough ... 


York N B 


Villiers 


Lunenburg N S 
St John N B 






Simcoe, S.R 
Pontiac Q 


York N B 




Sunbury NB 


Violet 




Charlotte N B 
Halifax NS 
Northumberl d N B 
Albert NB 


Virgil 


Niagara 
Norfolk S.R 


Up. \Iu-tq.mdoboit... 
Upper Ne.ruac, W 
Up. New Hortou.WO 
Upper Newport, W 
Cppnr Peel, W ... 
U. Queeusbury. W 
Upper Rawdon, W 
Upper St Bazil. W 
Up Sackville, W 
U.Set B-iddeck R WO 
U.Set. Barney sR. WO 
U. Set. Mid Hell. WO 
U. Set. R.Oennis.WO 
U. Set. S .uth R WO 
U. Set. West Riv.W< 
Upper Sheffield, WO 
U. Southampton, WO 
Upper Stewiacke .. 
Up. W:t<hrtbu<!k, WO 
Up >er Wicklow.W 
Up. Woodstock, WO 
Upsalquitch, W ... 


Viv.an 


York N R 


Vogler s Cove, W 


Lunenburg N S 
Ontario, N.R 
Simcoe N R . . 


Hants N S 


Carleton . . N B 


Wabashene (sub) ... 
Wakefield 


York N B 


Ottawa Q 


Hants N S 


WaMemar 


Wellington, N.R. 




Wales 


Westniorland...N B 
Victoria N S 


*Walk?rtnn 


Bruce S R 


W-tlkerville 
Wallace 


Essex 
Perth N R 


Victoria . N S 
Victoria N S 


WdlacA 


Cumberland ...N S 
Cumberland ...N S 
Kent 


Inverness NS 
Antigonishe ... N S 
Picton N S 


Wallace Bridge.WO 
* WillictbHrg 


WilUce Ridge, WO 
Wallace River, W 
WiUfacctovnt 


Cumberland ...N S 
Cumberland ...N S 
Elgin WR 


Sunbury N B 
York N B 


Colchester .... N S 


Wallbridge 


Hastings, W.R.... 
Waterloo. N.R.... 
Oxford, N R 
Norfolk SR 


Victoria N S 




Carleton . . N B 




Carleton N B 


Walsh 


Restigouche ... N B 
Ontario, N.R 
.lants N S 


Walter s Falls 
Waltham. 


Grey, NR 
P >ntiac Q 


UrbaniH. W 


Walton 


Huron, N.R 
Hants N S 


U^her W 


Antigonishn ... N S 
Ontario, N.R 
Siincoe, S.R 
Victoria. N.R 
Lambton 


Wnlton .. . . 


Utica 


Wanstead 






Warden 


Shefford Q 




Wird s Creek R. WO 
*WardsvilU 


King s NB 




Middlesex, W.R. . 
Grey, SR 
Northumb d, E.R.O 
Simeoe, N.R 
Monck 


* Uff/ridge 


Ontario, N.R 


Wareham 


Vai-hell 


Yo k, N R 




L Islet. . Q 




Valcirtier 
Valrourt 


Quebec Q 
Sheffird Q 
Victoria, S.R 
Kent 




Warren, W 


Cumberland ...N S 
Peterboro , K R... 
Perth, N R 




Valetta 




"Vallentyne 
Valletort 


Ontario, N.R 




Arthabaska Q 






Washademoak, W 


Queen s N B 
Simcoe, N.R 
Oxford, N.R 
Sunbury N B 






Wellington, C.R. 
Renfrew 




Vaubru^h . 


Wassis Station, W 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



91 



POST OFFfCE. 


ELECTORAL MV. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL BIV. 


POSTMASTER. 


Waterborough, W 


Queen s N E 
Wentworth, N.R. 
Norfolk, N.R 
heffo;d . . Q. 


0. H. Fanjoy 
J. B Thompson 
Divid Wilson 
J. D. McDonald 
3. Kumpf 
L. W. Wyman 
J. H. Seely 
Thomas Jacques 
Murdo McLeay 
John Mvmro 
John Watson 
J. Murphy 
A. Kettle 
John Lingley 
K. S. Southmayd 
Michael Weaver 
Mrs S.A.Webber 
M. Albert 
8. Fontaine 
John C. )om 
Thomas Burgar 
Samuel Holmes 
John Zoeger 
D. Campbell 
W. S. Bastedo 
John Low 
Francis Woods 
Win. Lamb 
Lemutl Bigney 

Peter Bofdet 
R. Alclnnes 
Angus Mc Phee 
Martin Duboyce 
Wm. Duribar 
Terence Curran 
Mrs. J. McKay 
R. F. Black 
S. L. Hungerford 
Andrew Bridge 
Cyrille Vallee 
Allen Lothrop 
J. G. Purdy 
E. Sutherland 
1. Boynton 
R. B. Currie 
David Henderson 
Win. Donahue 

II. Helps 
N. H. Deveber 
John Percy 
J. R. Ronald 
M. Wallace 
Philip Luke 
Kdward Horan 
Henry Lambert 
Wm. Fraser 
Donald Turner 
Alex. Fraser 
Samuel Bear 
Thos. E. Oulton 
Kobt. Johnston 
John C. Bower 
B. Mclntosh 
John H. Whelac 
F. Bancroft 
H. L. Elkins 
Wm. Munro 
W S. Graham 
John Pierson 
George Tail 
Alex. Stewart 
Duncan Balfour 
William Bow 
Samuel Giiffln 
J. T. McBeath 
C. D. Jones 
W. W. Payson 
J. II. Milson 
Kd. McCabe 
John Thompson 
R. II . Lawder 
T. W. Feltmate 
John Ball 
John Paris 
Jarcd Lloyd 
S. V. White 


Whitevale 


Ontario S.R O 


)onsld McPb.ee 
P. D. Henry 
K. Bowslield 

B. R. Miller 
Caleb Shier 
G. N. Golding 
3. E. Kwing 
Thos. H. Kstey 
Samuel Key 
Adam DulTus 
T. Kirkp.-i trick 
John Chambers 
Wm Kimball 
fosiali Abruoig 
Andrew Taylor 
D McLennan 
Thomas Lindsay 
G. Williscroft 
Jacob uinner 

Wm. Francis 
J. A. Gibbon 
M. Holdeil 

Sydney Warner 
A. Smith 
C. T.Casselman 
James Greer 
Thomas Aitkin 
Robert Green 
John Hragg 
A. H. Wagner 
Wm. H. Brittaln 
Peter Rurnham 
Hugh Mclutosh 
C. E. Wurtele 
John Gillis 
James Young 
Peter Fisher 
Joseph Carpenter 
P. S. Kilborne 
Alex Murchie 
Joanna Bowes 
A. H. Telfer 
George Miilone 
Ulric Bonueviile 
George V. R:tnd 
A. Wolverton 
John F. Howell 
Win Ptolemy 
L. Shepherd 
John Thomson 
Jonathan Shier 
E. Nickeison 
K. II Stewart 
Simon Outhouse 
Thomas Wood 
W. S. Lindsay 
G. Alexander 
James Grover 
J. S. Leighton 
John (1. Gilchiist 
Alfred Wessels 
C. Dueharme 
John Morrison 
Joshua Ellard 
Cyrus Carroll 
J. D Johnson 
James Plewes 
John Anderson 
Arthur Lacerte 
L H. Lefleur 
J. A. Shibley 
A.T. Hood 
Wm Mann 
Wm. Arbuckle 
C. L. Hudson 
John Hogg 
James CK-uk 
James Dobson 
R. Snodgrass 
Patrick Youne 
North rnr>N.Dafoe 
L. J. Brace 
Robert Millor 
Robert Brown 


Whitfield 


S1mcoe, S.R 
Wellington, N.R. 
Inverness N S 
Bruce, N.R O 
Ontario N.R 


*WaterJ nrd 
* Waterloo . ... 




Whycocomah 


* Wa erloo 


Waterloo, N R.... 




Waterville 


Wick 


Waterville, Vf 
Waterville, W 
Watfrtrd 


Carleton N B 

King s N S 


Wickham, W 
Wuklow 


Queen s NB 


Northumb d W.R.O 
Carleton N B 




Wicklow, W 
Wickwire Slat. W 
Widder 


Watson s Corners ... 
Watson Swttm. W 
Waiigh s River, W 
Waverley 
Waverle v W 


Lanark N R 


Halifax N S 


Carleton N B 


Lambton 


Colchester N S 
Simeoe, N.R Ol 
lalifax N S 


Widder Station 
Wilfrid 




Ontario. N.R 
Bothwell 




WAV S Mills 


Stanstead Q 
Digby N S 






Weaver Settlm.W 
Webber s, W 
Webster s Creek,WO 
Weedon 


Williainsdale, WO... 


Cumberland ...N S 


\nuapolis N S 


Williamstown, W 
Williscroft 


Carleton NB 


Wolfe Q 
Durham, K.R. ... 
Wei land 


Bruce, N.R 
York. W.R 
Haldimand 


Willowdale 
Willowgrove 
Willowgrove, W 0... 
Wilmot 


* Wetland 


Wr.ll and Port 
* Welleslfy 


Monck 
Waterloo, N.R.... O 
rince Edward... 
(lalton 


St John N B 


Annapolis N S 


Wellington 

* Wellington Sfjuare.. 
Wellman s Corners.. 
Welsliir.i, W 


Wilmur 


Addinsrton 
Charlotte N B 


Wilson s Beach,W 
Wilton 






Huron. S.R 
Dundas 






Wentwortb, W ... 
Wesley 


Cumberland ...N 8 
)xford, S.K 
Richmond N S 
L rnce, N.R 


Winchester Springs 




Victoria, N.R- 
Norfolk. N R 


West Arichat,W 0... 
West Arraii 
West Bay 


Windham Centre ... 
WindhamHill.WO 
* Windsor 
Windsor WO 


Cumberland ...N S 
Essex C 
Carleton N B 


West Boltou 




W.B. K.R.Pktou.WO 
W.B. Nicholas K. WO 
W.B.Riv.John.WO 
W.I!. Kiv. Philip.WO 
West Bronm 
Wes-t Ijr.iok 


Pictou , N S 


Windsor 


Hants N S 


Keut N B 


Windsor Junct.W 
Windsor Mills 


Halifax N S 


Pictou . N S 


Richmond C 
Guysboro N S 
Wellington, N.R. 
Huron N.R 


Colchester ....X S 


Wine Harbour, W 
Winfield 


Broriie Q 






West Bi-oughton .... 
West bury 


Beauoe Q 




Wentwortb, S.R. 
Waterloo, N.R.... 
Huron N.R 


Winterbourne 


West Chester, W 
W. Chester Ljtke,WO 
West Ditton 


Cumberland ...N S 
Cumberland ...N S 








York E R 


West Dublin, WO... 
West Essa 
*Wenl Fa.rn.luun 
WeslrMd 


Lunenburg ...N S 
Simeoe, S.K 


Wolfe Inland . . 




Woltstown 
Wolf ville 


Wolfe Q 
King s N S 


Huron N R 




Oxford N.R O 


Wests-Id, WO 
West ti lu.uil><-ro 
West Glassville,WO 
West Gore, WO 
West Hu:iiin^don... 
West Huntley 


Kind s N B 




York, W.R 


\Voutwortb, N.R. 
Carlton N B 




Wentworth, S.R. 
Brant, S.R 
Grev, N.R 
Perth SR 


Woodbury 


Hants N S 


Woodford ....... 


Hastings, N.K. ... 


Wood Harbour, W 


Shelburne N S 


West Lake 


Prince Edward ... 
Middlesex, N R... 
Klgin, W. K 
Renfrew, N.R, ... O 
Waterloo, N.R ... 
Westmorland... N B 
York W It 


West VcGillivray ... 
West Magdala 
Westni -. atl] 


Wood Point, W ... 


Westmorland...N I 


Woodslee 

* Woodstock 


Essex 
Oxford N R 


West Jloii tn.se 
Wentmore I d Pt.W 

* >l<;, ,fort 




Carleton N B 


Woodstock R.St.WO 
*Woodville 


Cnrleton N B 


West Usgoodb 
Westover 


Russell 
Wentworth, N.R. O 
Leedf, SR 


Victoria, N.R 
Northumb d.E.R. 
Wolfe .... Q 




Wesiport 


Wot ton 


Wtstjjort 


Digby N 8 


Wreck Cove, W ... 
Wright 


Victoria N S 


West. Pottou 




Ottawa Q 


West River 


Pictou NS 




Huron, N.R 

Wellington, N.R. 
Simeoe N R 


West, iii\>r Station. 
West s Corners 
West Sbefford 


Pictou N S 




Perth, N.R 




dhefford Q 






W. S. Lochabar, WO 
Wes ville 
West Winchester 
West wo- id 


Antigonishe ...N S 
Pictou NS 
Dundas 




St. Maurice C 








Peterboro , E.H... 
York, E R 




Yarmouth N 6 
Elein, ER Q 

York N B 


Wnxf.rd 


Yarmouth Centre ... 
Yoho W 


Weyin.nith 


Digby N S 


Weymi.uth Br. W 
Whalen 


Di-by NS 
Middlesex, N.R .. 
Drummond Q 


*York 




York Mills 


York E R 


Whearlsnd 


York Riper 


Hastings, N.R.... 
York, ER 
Queen s N B 


Whiatlv 
*W!,,tl,i/ 


1 Essex 
Ontario S R 


Ybrkvillf. 
Young s Cove, W 
Young s Point 


White Head, WO ... 
Wliitehurst 


Guysboro N S 
Brock viHe 


Poterboro , W.R. 
Ontario. N.R 
Huron, NR 
Halton 




Whi-e Lake 


Kenfrew. S.R 
York, N.R 
Queen s N B 


Zetland 


White Rose 
White s Cove, W . 






Huron S.R 



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CLERGY. 



[1871. 



THE CLERGY OF ONTARIO AND QUEBEC, 

Alphabetically arranged, with their Post Office. Address, except in a few instances ivhere (lie return has be< : n made with 
the. name of the Congregation attached. This, however, is generally t/ie same as 

United Churcli of England and Ireland* 

BISHOPS OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. 

Right Key. Edward Feild, D.D 1844 Newfoundland j I Right Rev. J. Travers Lewis, LL.D. 

" John Medley, D.D 1S45 Fredericton. 

" Kibbert Binney, D.D 1851 Nova Scotia. 

" " Benjamin Cronyn, D.D... . 1857 Huron. 
" " G. Hills, D.D ISCU Columbia. 



J. W. Williams, D.I) 

Robert Marhray, D. D 

A. N. Bethune, D.D 



C -JL Ontario. 
1SH3 Quebec. 
IStia Rupert s hand 
1&67 Toronto. 



Most Rev. Ashton Oxeudeu, D.D. ... 1869 Montreal. 



DIOCESE OF MONTREAL. 

Most Rev. A. Oxenden, D.D., Lord 

Bishop owl Metropolitan (18G9). 
Very Rev. J. Bethune, D.D. Dean. 
Ten.W.T. Leach, D.GL. LLD., Archd. 
Rev. L. P. W. Raich, D.D., Canon. 
Rt-v. M. B;;ldwin, M.A., Canon. 

Rev. M. Towiwnd. M.A. ") 
rev. 0. Bancroft. D.D. _ Hon. 

R<-v. W Anderson, | Canons. 

R^v. W. B. Bond, M.A. } 

Ven. The Archdeacon, D.C.L., LL.D., 

JJifh - ji s C/iapla in. 

Rsv Canon Bond, M.A., Bishop sC/iap. 
Al.bo t, C. P ............. South Stukely 

Allan. .; ............... St. Vincent de Paul 

Allen. A. A ................... Huntingdon 

Anderson. W.. Hector ............... Sore! 

Bald win.M.S.,J/.A,;6fe.M.t * Montreal 
Balfour, A ........................... Machine 

Bancroft, C . D.D.. Trin C h. Montreal 
Banl<-tt,T U.lLM.A.Cli For. Montreal 
Bvnd.W.B. M.A. Rur.D.St.Q. Montreal 
Bonhwick. J.D., St.Mary s, Hochelaga 
Braithwaite, J., M.A.(Ret.)... Montreal 
Brathwaite. F. G. C., M.A ....... Onslow 

Brethour. W., M.A ............ Ormstown 

Brown, W. R ...................... Aylwin 

C.trmichaul, J ................... Montreal 

Codd, F ................... Portage du Fort 

Constantino, I., M.A. Stanbridsre Kat 
Cnrran, W.B., B.A.. St.Stepfi. Montr.-al 
Darnell, H. F., Rector ......... St. John s 

Dart. W. J ......................... Laprairie 

Davidson, J. B., M.A., Rec. Frelighsb g 
Davidson, J. C ............... Cowansville 

Duin ulin, J P., Assist. Min. Montreal 

Duvernet, H., M.A.,R.D , Clarenceville 

Kllegood. J., M. A., St. James, Montreal 

II. J , B.A .......... Christieville 

Fortin, A ........................ St. Francis 

Foriin, 0., K.A., Assist. Min ....... Sore] 

Fulton, J.. M.A ............. Rustieltown 

Fjles T. W ................... West Brome 

Goddeji. J., Rector ............... Dunham 

Goddeii. T., B.A ..................... Milton 

Johi.stou, J ............................ Hull 

Johnson. T. (Retired) ...... Abbotsford 

Jones, W .............................. Granby 

Jou .-s. J. (Re ired) ............... Gran by 

k6, ( arl J .................. Bowman 

Leach. /J.C.Z/..iL.D Ven.Arch. Lacbino 
Lewis. B. P., B.A ............... Sabrevois 

Lindsay, D., M.A ................ Waterloo 

Linil-av. R., M.A ................... Brome 

Lockhirt, A. D ..................... Lacolle 



McLeod, J. A.. M.A ............. Montreal 

Mei-rick, W. C., M.A ............ Berthier 

Merrick, J ............................ Kildare 

Montgomery, H.. Rector. ..Philipsburg 
Musseti, T. W., B.A. ...West Farnhatn 

Xeve, F. S ......................... Grenville 

Norman, W. R ................... Montreal 

Nye, H. W ........................ Boscobel 

Pvke. J ............... Pointe a Cavapnol 

Ri lmiKon. F., M.A .......... Abbottsford 

Roliins -n. G ..................... Clarendon 

Roll if., .John .................. Buckinv lmin 

Ko.v, Kd ........................... Sal.ivvois 

Seaborn, W. M ..................... Rawdon 



Seaman, John North Wakefield 

Slack, G., M.A., Rural Dean Bedford 

Smith, J Sutton 

Smith, P. W Aylmer 

Sutton, E. G Edwardstown 

Townnend. M., M.A., Rec., Clnrencev. 

Whitten, A. T West Sbefford 

Wood. K., M.A., St. J.Evan. Montreal 
Wright, W.. Asst. St. James Montreal 

Wurtele, L. C., B.A Upton 

White, R. D Clminb y 

Young, T. A., M.A Coteau du I.ac 

DIOCESE OF QUEBEC. 

Eight Rev. J. W. Williams, D.D., 

Lord Bishop (1803). 

Rev. J. H. Nicolls, D.D. ) m i tm f, 
Rev. H. Roe, B.A }- r l , ^- s 

Rev. C. Hamilton, M.A. [Chaplains. 

Allnatt, F. J. B Drummondville 

Badgley, C. (Bishop sColl ) Lennoxville 

Ball. T. L Hereford 

Boydell, J Bourg Louis 

Burrage, II., M.A Hatley 

Carr, F Durham 

Chapman, T., M.A Dudswell 

De Monilpied, J Nicolet 

Fortin, St. Francis 

Foster, John, B.A Coaticook 

Fothergill, M. M., St. Peer s.. .Quebec 
Hamilton. 0., M.A. (St. Matt.) Quebec 

Houimin. G. V.. M.A Quebec 

Jenkins, J. H., B.A Frampton 

Kemp, Johu, Ji.D Compton 

Ker, M Sandy Beach 

King, W St. Sylvester 

LysUT, W., B.A Cape Cove 

Mathers, R Malbaie 

Merrick, W.C., M.A., R. du Loup en h t 
Milne, G., M.A., Rural D., N. Carlisle 

Mitchell, R Lake Beauport 

Mcolls, J. II., D.D., R.D. Lennoxville 

Parker, G. H Kingsey 

Parkin. E. G Eaton 

Petry, H.. MA Danville 

Pleen, R. G. (St. Paul s) Quebec 

Reid. C. P., M.A Sherhnx-ko 

Richmond, J. P Gaspe Basin 

Riupel, S Magdalen Islands 

Roe, II., B.A Melbourne 

Jtowson. C. (Assist. Min. Catli.) Quebec 
Ross, E. G.W., Riviere du Loup en bas 

Scarth, A. C Lennoxville 

Sewell, E.W. (Trin. Chapel)... Quebec 

Smith, F. A Georgeville 

Sykes, J. S. (Purl Chaplain)... Quebec 
Tambs, R. C. (Bps. Coll.)... Lennoxville 

Torrance, J Three liivers 

Vial. W. S Montmorericy 

Von Iffland, A.. A. (St. Michael s) Quebec 

Wuinwright, J Bury 

Walters, John M lirog 

Ward. R. G Lower Ireland 

Woolryche, A. J Point Lev! 

Wurtele, L. C., B.A Acton 

DIOCESE OF TORONTO. 

Rt. Rev. A. N. Bethune. D.D., D.C.L., 

Bishop of Toronto (18t>7). 

Very Rev. II. J. Grasett, B.D., Dean. 
Ven. A. Palmer. MA., Archd-Tornnto. 
Ven. T. B. Fuller, D.D., Arch.Niagara. 

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Rev. II. Scaddinar, D.D., 1 Rislinp s 
Rev. Saltern Givins, ) Cftaplains. 

Rev. J. G. Geddes, M.A., Examining 

Chaplain. 

Rev. James Beaven, D.D. ] 
Rev. T. Bolton Read, D D. I ,, 
Rev. Edtn d Baldwin. M.A. j c 
Rev. Henry Brent, JfA. j 
Rev. S (< . RamsMj, M.A. } 
Rev. Willitiin Ritchie, M.A. I Ff<m. 
Rv. H. Bath 0.-ler, ( Canons. 



ICev. Alex. Dixon, li. A. 






Al-xander, F ........................ Guflph 

Alexander, J. Lynne ...... Stonv Creek 

Allen, T. W., M.A. Sector. .. Millbrook 
Ambury, J.. M.A. ( Prof. T.C.) Tcn-vnto 
Arnold, Robert,^!. li. (ll rtt>r\ i v nrt K\",t\ 
Baker, J. S ...... . ............ Crffupheilford 

Baldwin, E., M.A.(Asst. S.Jn.< jT Tonto 
Ball, Thomas .................. Brnct-bridiiw 

Ball-ird. J. M., B.A ...... St. Catbivrinua 

Bates, VV. W ............................ Kriu 

Beaven, J., D.D. (Univ. Coil.), Toronto 
Beck, J. W. R., M.A .......... I eterboro 

Belt, W., M.A ...................... Oshawa 

Bethune, C. J. S., M.A ....... Vorf Hope 

Bethune, F. A., B.A .......... Port Hone 

Boddy, S. J., M.A ................ Toronto 

Boultbee, Arthur ............ Harrison 

Brent, Henry, Af.A.(Rector/NwcB&t\6 
Briggs, Solomon. M.A ...................... 

Broughall, A.J., M.A (St.Ste.) Toronto 
Bull, G. A., B.A... Rycliman s Corners 
Burnham, Mark, A.B.... Ashhurnham 

Burt, F ............................... Minden 

Carry, J., Ji.D .......... Holland Lauding 

Cartwright, T. S ................ Anca<tt<r 

Cayley, J. D., M.A. ............... Whitby 

Chance, Jas. (Ind. Miss.) Garden Uivi-r 
Checkley. W. F., M.A ............. Weoton 

Clarke, W. II., Ji.A ......... Ita!ih.irton 

Clementi, Vincent. B.A ...North l).>n.-o 
CoHCbat er, J. II. (Curate) ...... Co hours; 

Cooper, H.C., B.J. (Rector) Kt(.:-i,-oke 
Cooper, H. D., B.A. (Miss; ) ...... KIT-JUS 

Cooper, W. E., M.A ................ Credit 

Creighton. J ...................... W. lUnd 

Dade, C M.A. (/iii red)u..Gw)rgetoin 
D.I liiiji/.V. S. (il ly Jrin.) ...... Toronto 

Dav.djon,.!., M.A ......... ... Boinlliead 

Davies, II. W ., B I). (Assl. II Z .;Ti>routo 
Day, E., M.A.(A!st.!I"! /Tr<n )T< .-roiito 
Denrocha. C. T. (A*si.lli !>/ Tr.) Toronto 
Disbrow. N ...................... i unnviilt) 

Dixon, Alex.. H 4.(J8ee.) I . !Ml)i nni,. 

F -Stl llll.;!!. K. J ............... >;o;io Vliils 

Utiler, A. J.. B.A ............. CiK.kstown 



. 
Fletcher, Joseph, Ji.A. ... Shanty Buy 

Flood. John ............ Penetanu-vii-ben" 

Forneri, K. S , Ji.A ............. Uxl., 

Forster, W. R ................... Un 

Francis, John ......................... larvis 

Fuller, T.BrocU. O.D., D.CL..Twm1 
Geddes, J G., M.A. .K - o" Hatnilt.,1, 
Givins, Saltern (Rural Di>an) Yorkville 
Grant, Win ...................... Tnllani"iv 

Grasett. H. J.. #.. >.(/. -onto 

Greene. T., LL.D. (AVc.)...! .>n Nr-iwm 

. K. J. S ..................... D HidiirJ 

lli .ll. Thornns ........................... Ivy 

ILUlfii, Geo.. //..I ... ] hne 

Harris, R. H., A.I .................. i. ii 



1871.] 



CLF.UGY, 



03 



, Richard, M.A. ...Pine Grove 

Hskw, J. B Mavkham 

Hobdeii, John, M.A Hamilton 

Henderson, Alex., B.A Orangeville 

Hill, A. C., M.A Toronto 

Hill, BoldCudmore, A.M. York 

Hill,0eo. S.J.. 3f.X. (Sector) Unlonville 

Hill, Rowland, B.A Little Current 

Hilton. John Brockton, Toronto 

Hiudes, R. W.. B.A Rockton 

Hodge, T. P. (Rector) York Mills 

Holland, H., B.A. (A ec-.)St.Catharines 

Hosken. B. S Kcnelon Falls 

Houston. Stewart, M.A. ...Watt-rdown 
Ingles, C. L.. M.A. (Rec.) Dnimmondv. 

Jftmmett, G., M.A Collingwood 

Jephcott, F Caunington 

Johnson, W. A Westoii 

Joiie.,W , M.A. (Prof. T. C.)... Toronto 

Jones, W. II., M.A Omemee 

Lftmpman, A., K.A.... Gore s, Landing 

Langtry, John. M.A Toronto 

!>>,emiiuv. R. (Supernn.) Dujulas 

Lett, Stephen. LL.D t.Oollingwood 

Logan, V/iili&ui. M.A Cartwright 

Maceartb.fr. J. (\ Iiorvl 

Mid<iletor\, I.. B.A Bramptrn 

Mockridge, Jimex, ft. A Wliitby 

Morgan, E. (Itectrw) Barrie 

Morton, J Brighton 

McCauLJ.. LL.D Toronto 

McOillum, J. II.. M.A Aurora 

McMurray, W.. D.L>., D.C.L... Niagara 

Msckcnzie, J. G. D., M.A Toronto 

Mackenzie, W. J Mount Forest 

MacLeod. D.I.F., M.A.(Rec.) Chippawa 

MscNab, Alex., D.D Rowmanville 

Mrwlwy, Robert Parry Sound 

Murj.hy. E. W., B A Innisfil 

Mn^fien, K. H., B A 

Nesbitt, G., B A Huston 

Neville, B., D.D Hamilton 

Newton, Win., Ph. D Rosseau 

O Meara, F. A., LL.D. (Rec.) Port Hope 

Osier, F. L., M.A. (Rector) Dundas 

Osier, II. Bxth Lloydtown 

Pulmer, Arthur, M.A. (A ecfor)Guelph 

Ptttersou, C.W., B.C.L Bobcavgeon 

PnntUnd, J Whitby 

Pbillipps, H. N. ... Niagara 

Rtrncay, Sop. F., M.A Newmarket 

R-ad, Thomm B., D.D. (Rec) Grimsby 

Ritchie, William, M.A Georgina 

Kobarts, T. T., M.A. (Rector) Thorold 

liuttan, C Bradford 

Sinison. Alex Toronto 

Scudding, Henry, D D Toronto 

S!innklin, Rolwrt (A ) c<or)...Thornhill 

Shaw, A. C., Ji.A St. Catharines 

Smithtitt, W. T HaRtings 

Stennett, Walter, MA. (Rec.) Cobourg 

Stewart, A., Hf.A Orillia 

Stiuison, E. Hush. M.A Toronto 

Sutherland, R. G I) tiffin s Creek 

Taylor, Gcorjja I., M.A Ptrrytown 

Thomsoti. C. K M.A Elora 

Tcr[iH<, P Camilla 

Treiuaviie, F., M.A Milton 

Tr-w. A G. L..V.A.(Ass.St.G.) Toronto 

Vicars, John, A.B Liuds--y 

Vicjirs, Johnstons Keswicfe 

WtlKer, Thadiixns Rosemont 

Whitaker, G., M. A. (Trin.Col.) Toronto 

"Williams, A., B.A Toronto 

Wilson, John, M.A Grafton 

Wtwtnoy. W., B.A Streetnvilie 

Worrell, J. B Oakville 

Wray, II. B Stoney Creek 

DIOCESE OF HURON. 

Right l!ev. Benjamin Cronyn. D.D., 

Lord Bishop (1857). 

Very Rev. I. Hellmuth, D.D., Dean. 
Yen. C. C. Brough, A.M., Archd. London 
Yea. F.W. Sandys, D.D., Archd.Huron. 



Ven.C.C.Rrough,./I.;V. 1 

J. Walker Marsh, A .. !: j ... , , c 

E. L. Elwood. A.M. - /j!^,j, , J,,. 
M. Boomer, LL.D. * 

J. Smythe, J/.;i., jR.D. j 

S. Paul s Cathedral, London. 
VeryRev.Dean Ilellniiitb, D.D., Rector. 
Rev. Canon Innes, Assistant Minister. 
Rev. W. Bettrids, e, B.D. "j 
R*v. E. L. Elwood, ,W.^1. 
Rev. A. Nelles, } Canons. 

Rev. J. C. Usher, 
Rev. G. M. Inru-s, j 

Appleby, T. H., M.A Clarksburg 

Armstrong, H. (Rural Dean)... Moort-, 
Bancroft, C.jr. M.A. (Cur.) Woodstock 

Bartlett, H Princeton 

Bayly, B., B.A London 

Belcher, S Thamesford 

Bettridi;o,W.,SZ.ff./>.Wec.Woodstork 

Boomer, M., LL.D., R.D Gait 

Brookrnan, W Morpeth 

Brough, C. C., A.M., St.Jris, Loud. Tp. 
Brock. Isiac, M.A.( Prin.H.C.) London 
Caulfield, St.G., LL.D.,R.D.&t.fbomns 

Caulfield. H Clinton 

Chase, H. P .Muncevtown 

Clotworthy.W Port Stanley 

Cooper, 11. 8 Invermay 

Curran, J. P Walkertou 

Cordner, R Paisley 

Coop&r, II F.a-twood 

Daunt, W Bayfield 

Davis, W Ailsa Craig 

Deacon, D Bothwell 

DesBarres, T. C., M.A 

Downie, J Colchester 

Elliott, A Tuscarora 

Elliott, F. G Sandwich 

Elwood. E. L., A.M., R.D Goderich 

Evans, W. B., B.A Durham 

Evans, T. F. L., B.A Norwich 

Ellerby, T: S Sarnia 

Falls, A. S., A.B. Rector Berlin 

Fauquier, F.D South Zorra 

Gibson, J.C., B.A. (Rector)... Warwick 
Grasett, E., M.A., (Rec. -fi.Z>.)...Simcoe 

Gunne, J Florence 

Green, W Sombra 

Halpin, H., A.M. (Huron Col.) London 

Harding, F- Mitchell 

Harris, 8 Simcoe 

Hellmuth, I., D.D. (Dean) ....London 

Hill, J., M.A Buxton 

Hiucks, J. P Ingersoll 

Hodgskin, T. J., M.D Kincardine 

Hughes, T Dresden 

Hurst, J Windsor 

Uutchinson, J 

Innes, G M London 

Jacobs, J Kettle Point 

Jamieson. A Baby s Point 

Jessopp, H. B., M.A 

Johnson, C. C Seaforth 

Johnstooe, R. W Camlachie 

Jones, E.R Dunzannon 

Kennedy, J.. M.A Adelaide 

Keys, G , Exeter 

Logan. W Millbank 

Mack, F. (Rector) Ainherstburg 

Mackenzie, G.C Gait 

Marsh, J.W., M.A. Sec. <jk. 6 ... London 

Mellish, H.F Haysville 

Miller. A. E Listowell 

Moffatt. W. B Brantford 

Mulholland, A.U.R.,12. A, Owen Sound 

Murphy, W Wingham 

Nelles, A., R.D Brantford 

Newman, E. E Delaware 

Padfield, J Burford 

Patterson, E., M.A Stratford 

Rally, W. B., M.A Tyrconnel 

Revel, H., A.M. (Superan.) Woodstock 

Roberts, R. J., A.B Newport 

Rogers, R. V., M.A Yittoria 

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Palter, J. G. R., M.A... Mount Pl. Msai.t 
S-imiers, T. B ......................... Lu;-ia 

SnuiJvs, F. W., D.D., R.D. ...0!n>.t!i;,m 

Schulte, J., D.D. (Rector) 1 ort Bnrwell 
Smith, J. W.P ............. . ....... Bt numt 

Smith, S. L ........................ Kir-ton 

Smvthe, J., M.A. (Rural D.)... London 
Sofcley, K ..................... Chatsworrh 

Sweatman, A., M.A ............... London 

Tibbets, W., M.D ............. Port Dover 

Townley, A., D.D ...................... i .-ais 

Usher, J. C ...................... Branttbrd 

Watson, T ........................... Moaford 

Wilson, II ................................. !!irr 

Wilson, E. F... Indian Ees-rve, Strain 
Wood, Wm ................... TVs)siu!>ham 

Wright, ,T. T ...................... St. Marys 

Wye, G. W ..................... Wardsville 

Yo uug, W. A. (T. Colt.) ......... Loi.dou 

DIOCESE OF ONTARIO. 

Rt. Rev. J.Travers Lewis, D.D.. LL.D., 
Lord Bishop (1862). 

Very Key. James Lyster, LL.D. DHIH. 
Yen. H. Patton, D.C.L., Archil: 

Yen. II Patton, />.<?.. ) ,,.,;,.,, 
Rev. W. Bleasdell. A.M. Y , - 



Anderson, G. A., M.A .......... Tronuois 

Austin, H., B.A. (Curate) ...... Cornwall 

Baker, E. II. M. (Rec.) Carrying PUico 
Baldwin, A.,B A.(Cur.St.T.) BrfleTllte 
Beaven, E. W., M.A ............ .Arnpvior 

Bleasdell, W., A.M. ............ Trotiton 

Bogert. J. J., M.A. (Rector). ..Napnnee 
Boswell, E. J., D.C.L ......... Kingston 

Bousfield, T. (Dicces. Dtpo.) Kiugstr-n 
Bower, E. C ..................... Barrirfiuld 

Brown, C ..................... North (rower 

Burke. J. W., A.B ............... Prescott 

Carey, W. B., B.A. (Rector) ...... March 

Cartwright, O.K., A.B. Amherst Island 
Carroll, J ........................ Ganauoque 

Cooke, A. W ............. North August* 

Coleman, A ................ Vanklek Hill 

Daniel, C ..................... Hawkesbury 

Dobbs, F. W .................. PortHinouth 

Emery, C. P ..................... Pakeuham 

Fisher, A ............................ Lanark 

Fleming, W., M.A ............... Oswode 

Forest, C., M.A ............. Merri.-kvi ile, 

Garrett, R ...................... Oenabrurk 

Garrett, T., B.A ............... Bearhrock 

Godfrey, J., B.A .................. lluutl-^y 

Grier, J., A.M. (Rector) ...... Belleville 

Grout, G. W. G., M.A .......... Stirling 

Harding, R. (Rector)... Adulphusttown 
Harper, W. F. S, (factor) ......... Bath 

Hlgginson, G.N., M.A. NewEdinburgh 
Halliwell, J ........................... Finch 

Jenkvns, E. H .................. Pembroke 

Jones. T.B., LL.D.(St.Alban f) Ottawa 
Joaes, K. L., B.A. (Rector) ......... Lyn 

Jones. S., M.A. (Christ Ck.)...Vi<\\^\inv 
Kirkpatrick, F. W., A.M. ... Kir.u-Ptsn 

Lander, J. 8., M.A. (R<ctr) ... Ottawa 
Lewis, R., M.A. (Rector) ...... AfaJtiai; ! 

Lfewin, W., A.B ............ Sha7iii)>ville 

Louck. E. (Rector) ......... Morripburg 

Low, G. J .............................. D-lta 

Lyster, J., l.L.D. (Rector)... Kingston 
Macaulay, W., M.A. (Rector) ... Pictou 
McMorine, J. K., M.A ......... Almonte 

McKenzie, F. H ................ Mountain 

Merritt, ............... Fitzroy Harbor 

Mockridge, C. II., M.A ............. Mndoc 

Morris, E. (Retired) ... Carleton Place 
Morris, J. A ........................ Nepean 

Mulkins, H. (Peniten.Chap.) Kingston 
Mulvaney, C. P., A B ............ Camden 

Mulock, J. A. (St.PauVsCh.) Kingston 
Nesbitt, A.C., B.A.(Rector) Franktown 
Nimmo, J.. B.A ............... Tarn-worth 

O Loughlin, A. J ............. S.vdeuham 

Patton, U., D.C.L. (Rector)... Cornwall 



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[1871. 



I arnell, T. A. (Sec. to Synod) Kingston 
PolUrd, II. (Cur. Christ Ch.)... Ottawa 
Pertit. C. B., M.A. (Rector) Richmond 
Plees. H. E., B.A.(AllSU.Ch.)K.logttoo 
Piesrtm. .T. A., M.A.(Rec,)C*rlatoa I l. 

Huberts. W Thomasburgh 

Shortt. W Wolfe Island 

Stannage. J. (Rector) Kemptville 

Spenrc-r. A. (Curate) Kemptville 

Stan ton. f.,A.B. Mill Point 

Btephenwn, R. L., M.A. (Rector) Perth 

Stepht-usoH, F. L., B.A Newboro 

Simpson. J. H Beachburg 

Tane. F. K Brockville 

Taylor T., A.M (Retired) Kicbraond 

Tiu he, S., A.B Mtlford 

White, G. W., B.A Smith s Falls 

AYilson, ll.,M.A (Ctir.St.Geo.)K.iugBton. 

Roman Catholic Churcli. 

DIOCESE OF QUEBEC. 

Most Rev. 

Archbishop. 

Very Rev. A. Mailloux, | 
Very Rev, C. F. Cazeau, Vicars 

Very Rev. K. A.Tasehereau, [ General. 
Very Rev. L. Proulx, J 

ARCHBISHOP S PALACE Very Rev. C. 
F. Cazeau. V. G.; Rev. J. B. Z. Boldiu-, 
I ri Cttrat. ; Rev. E. Bonneau, Rev. C. 
A. Collet, Secret. 

Aui lair, Joseph (Cathedral) ... Quebec 

Auclair, Elz Chicoutimi 

Audet. Kv Ste. Anne Lapocatiere 

Audet, Oct. (Seminary) Quebec 

Bacon, C College Ste. Anne 

Baillairge. J. Frs. (Seminary)... Quebec 
Baillargeon, C. F. (Arc/ibp.) ... Quebec 
Jiaillargeon, C....St. Joseph, de Beauco 

Barabo. W Chicoutimi 

BtMubic-n. N S. Pierre, Bellechisse 

Braudet, II S. Ephrem de Tring 

Beuuilet, L. (Seminary) Quebec 

Jieauolet, P St. Thomas 

Beaudry. Aug Charlesbourg 

U#aulien. K N. D. du Portage 

Keaulieu. Geo....St. Cajetan d Arruauh 

Bvanmont, Charles St. Joachim 

]) iiumon ., P Ecureuils 

Be\:in. tf. (Seminary) Quebec 

Bt-pn. Charles Riviere Ouelle 

Begin, F. X St. Pacome 

Begin, P St. Dominique 

Belanger, Narc Deschambault 

Beli.-le. L. Leon S. Edouard, Lotbiniere 
Belleau, simon. ..St. Croix, Lotbiniere 

Bergeron, A. (Seminary) Quebec 

Bernard, L. Theod Ste. Julie 

Bernier, A Tadousac 

Bernier, J. M...St.Ferdinaud d llalitax 

Bernier, B St. Gilles 

Beruhe, Jos S. Flavien 

Betube. Cy Malbi:ie 

Blais. L Mont-Carmel 

Bliis, Wollaston... S. Raym. Portueuf 

Blais, A (Seminary) Quebec 

Klanchette, A St. Augustin 

Boily, Roger Escouming 

Boily, Pierre Escoumins 

Bolduc, J. B. Z... Archbishop s Palace 
Bonenfant, Jos...Berthier, Bellechasse 

1! .iini-au, E Archbishop s Palace 

Boucher, Frs St. Ambroixe, Quebec 

I! mrh^r, A Valcartier 

Buur.-issa. Jos St. Hernard, Beauee 

Bnurret, L. A Ste. Anne. Beaupre 

Bro-hu. Cam Ste. Marie. Beauee 

Bruuet, F...Ste.Sophie,Halif.Megantic 
Bruiitjt, Ovide (Laval Univer.) Quebec 

Bureau, J Ste. Amies 

Buti-au, Felix Coll. Ste. Anne 

rampyau, A Beaumont 

(Won, Kred S. Henri, Lauzon 

Casgraiu, A Ste. Louise 



Casgrain, G S. Etienne de Lauzon 

Casgrain, R Cathedral. Quebec 

Cafellier, Ferd S.George, Beauee 

Catelliei. Jos S. Roch, Quebec 

Cazeau, C. F. (Archbp. Pal ) ... Quebec 

Chabot L. B. Stoneham 

Chaperon, J. S Tring, Beauee 

Charesf, Zeph St. Roch s. Quebec 

Cinq Mars, N S. Fidele 

Clarke, P. J S. Basile, Portneuf 

Clement, Pierre Baie S. Paul 

Cloutier, Chs S Ferreol 

Connolly, J St. Patrick s, Quebec 

Constantin, L. H...S.Jerome.Saguenay 

Cote, Jean Baptiste S. Gervais 

Cote. George 1 (Seminary) Quebec 

Couture, \V S. Paschal 

Dassylva, P St. Henri 

Delage, juv., F. X...S. Anne, Sagm-nay 

Delage, Frs. Xav Islet 

Desjardins, J. H, 

Demers, E Icle Aux Grues 

Desrochers, B St. Croix. Lotbiniere 

Desruisseaux, Hun S. Evariste 

Deziel, Jos. D... Notre Dame de Levin 

Dion, E. Viet Sle. Henedine 

Dion, Jos S. Einmelie 

Dionne, Pierre... St. Alban, Portneuf 

Dohert,y, J. P Ste. Catherine 

Doucet, I... Ste. Helene, Kamouraska 

Doucet, N Malbaie 

Dowling, Michael St. Silvester 

Drolet, George St. Michel 

Drolet, P St. Felix, Cap Rouge 

Dube, P College Ste. Anne 

Duhe, Hermon College Ste. Anne 

Dnfour, Ed St. Lazare 

Dumontier, Fil Portneuf 

Dunn, \V Ste. Anne 

Durocher, Flav... St. Sauveur. Quebec 

l- afard, A. M Inverness 

Fafard, E. S St. Sylvestre 

Father, F. X. ( Prior) Ste. Jntine. L.in. 

Faucher,.) S. Pierre, I. 0. 

Forguos, M St. Laurent, I. 0. 

Fortier, F. N St. Francois, 1.0. 

Kortin, Max..... St. Aubert 

Fournier, L. G Sillery 

Francoeur, N St. Julien 

Frenette, E Islet 

Gagne, Frs Broughtoa 

G. i-rnon, Clovis Eboulements 

Qagnoa, H St. Jean. Port .Toll 

Gannon, L St. John s Cb.. Quebec 

Galerneau, E S. Cyrille 

(1 and in. G 

Gauthier, A Laval 

Gauthier, L. (Seminary) Qnebt-c 

Gauvin, N S. IrenSe 

Gauvreau. A. A St. Nicolas 

Gill, Leandre Grondines 

Gingras, N Baie S. Paul 

Gingras, Zeph Ste. Claire 

Girard, P Lac S. Jean 

Girard, A 

Giroux, Guil St. Amhroine 

Godbout, Narc Cap Sante 

Godbout, A. (Seminary) Quebec 

Gonthier, Damase St. Apollinaire 

(JosM-lin, A. H... St. Jeanne, Chantal 

Grenier, L St. Elzear, Beauee 

Grenier Ovide S. I.-idore 

Grenier, T. B St. Iluuri, Lauzon 

Guertin, Noel St. Casimir 

Guy. Bern.C K. Joseph, Beauee 

Halle. Et Ste. Marguerite, Jolliet 

Halle. L 8. Vital, Lambton 

Halle, C St. Sebastien 

Hamel, Tbs. (Seininary) Quebec 

Hamelin, L... General Hospital, Quebec 

Harkin. P. H St. Columba, Quebec 

Hebert, Me Kamouraska 

Hoffman, Jos College, Levis 

Uoude. Theo. (Seminary) Quebec 

Hudon, J Levin 

Hudon, Jos Laterriere, Saguenay 

Hudon, Maximin... College Ste. Anne 

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Duot, M Ste. A-jathi; 

Kerotiac, II St. Joseph, J^-vis 

Kelly, P Frainni.on 

Laberge, Jos Anclenno L 

Lac-huvrotiere, L. G., Ste. Famille, I. 0. 

Lagacu. J N. D. Quebec 

Lagueux, Jos !iivire du l.oup 

Lahaie, Leon S.Jean IVsi-ba-ll TIB 

Laliberte, N Archbi^op s 1 tlatw 

Liingi.s. L College. Levis 

Langlais, I S. IVrpetu 

Larouche, Ths Baie St. Paul 

Laverdiere, Chs. (Seminary) ...QueUx: 

Leclerc, Bruno Ste. Anne College 

Leclerc, N 

Lefebvre, 0. M. I. ..8. Sauveur. Queliec 

Legare, Ad. (Seminary) Quebec 

Legare, Cyr (Seminary) Quebec 

Legare, V. (Seminary) Quebec 

Lemoine, G. (Ursnlirif s Op.) ... Quebec 

Lemieux, 11 Hotel Oien. Quebec 

Lepage, A Sr. John s, Quebeo 

L Srv-trd, Phil 

Mailley, J N. D. de Laterriere 

Maguire, J St. Patrick s, Quebec 

Mailloux, Al S. Charles 

Miingui, N. (Seminary) Quebec 

Mareeau, Ludger St. Aniline 

Marceau. II Petite Riviere 

Martel, Ant S.Joseph, Bi-auce 

Martel. Jos S. Jean Chrysostome 

.Martin. J. E St. Agapit 

Martineau. D. St, Charles, Bellechasse 

Matte, Darn ^t. Cullixte, S^nu-rset 

Methot, Ed. Mich. (Seminary) Quebec 
Methot, F. X. Ste. Germaiue (Lac Kt.) 

Michaud. Klz S Onenime 

Moore, Kd. Frs... St. Frederic. Betuce 

Mnrin, Frs St. John, I 0. 

Morisset, Fidele St. Urbaio 

Mc(iauran. B. (St. aj/rdf(7A.) Qnebai 

Naud. J St. Laurent, I. 0. 

Neville, J St. Patrick s, Qurbe 

Oliva, Fred St. Lambert 

O Grady. John St. Catharine 

Paradis, F. J S. Itapliael 

Paradis, Ste. Anne. Poc. 

Paquet, Benj. (Seminary) >uebec 

Paquet, Louis (Seminary) Quebec 

Paquet, H 

Parant, C. L >t. Thomas 

Parent, Et. Kd Ange Gardien 

Parent, Louis E...Pomteaux Trembles 

Parent, Louis St. Jean, Portjoli 

Patry, Pierre St. Paschal 

Pelisson, A Cap St. Ignaco 

1 elletier, A S. Alexis 

Pelletier, A. ..Ste. Anne de Lapocatiere 

Pblletier, Al 

Pelletier, J. Bte Isle aux Coudres 

Pelletier, A. ... Ste. Anne, Lapomtinre 

Perras, J. Bte S. Andre 

Pilute, F S. Augustiu 

Plamondon, Krf. ... St. Koch s, Quebec 

Plamondon, J. Bte Baie S. Paul 

Point, R. P.. K.J. Quebec 

Poire. Chs. Kd St. Anticline 

Potvin, Hyac...St. Dt-nis, Kamouraska 
Potvin, G. ... St. Alphonse, Saguenay 

Pouliot, Chs S. Joseph de Levis 

Pouliot, Paschal St. Gervais 

Poulin, Louis St. Isidore, Lauzon 

Proulx, Louis Ste. Marie, Beauco 

Proulx, L. A St.Valinre 

Provancher, L Quebec 

Quertier, Ed... St. Denis. Kamouraska 
Racine, A. (St. John s Churcli) Qucl*<; 

Racine. Dominique Chiooutimi 

Rainville, A St. Francis, Beauee 

Richard, C 

Richard, Ed Chateau Richer 

Richardson, W S. Malm-hie 

Rioux. J Eboulements 

Rioux, Mage Buckland 

Robin. B St. An oine 

UOIISSIHIU. Leon S. Thomas 

Rouss-au, U Ste. Famille 



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CLERGY. 



95 



Roussei, Pierre (Seminary) ... Quebec 
Koutif r, Honore... S. Joseph de Levis 

Roy, Clovis S. Alexandre 

Rcy, M S. Ililarion 

Roy. Leou Lotbiniere 

Koy, Kd Ste. Croix 

ROT, G Ste. Anastasie 

SanfHenn. f ouis (Seminary) ... Quebec 

Sasseville, Jermie Ste. Foy 

Sauvagoau, George. ..College St. Anna 
Sax, Pierre ... St. Romuald. Etcheruin 

Sirois, Jos St. Koch s, Quebec 

Sirois, J. N Cap. S. Ignace 

Soulard. J B f. Roch des Aulnets 

Talbot, G St. Antonin 

Tanitnay. Gyp Quebec 

Tardif, Charles N. D. de Levis 

Tardif, J St. Pie.fre, I. 0. 

Taseheivnu, E. A... Quebec Seminary 
Tetu, D. Henri. ..St. Roch des Aulnets 
Tessier, Frs. X... St. Francois. Beauce 

Tremblay, G Isle AUK Coudres 

Tremblay. P. G Beauport 

Tremblay, tid....W. College Ste. Anne 

Trudel, Charles S. Francois, R. S. 

Valleo. A College S. Anne 

Vallee, J. B S. Paul de Montminy 

VallC-e. S College Ste. Anne 

Villeneuve, J. B Hebertville 

DIOCESE OF ST. GERMAIN DE 

RIMOUSKI. 

Right Rev. J. Langevio, D.D., Bishop. 
Very Rev. E. Langevin, Vicar General. 
Very Rev. E. Langevin, 1 
Rev. Sim. Marceau, \Mptiff>pal 

Rev. Ls. Desjardms, \ K^ ii 

Rev. A. Winter, 
Rev. F. Laliberte, J 

Rev. Jacob Gagne, Secretary. 

CATHEDRAL. Rev. A. Winter, Rector. 

COLLEGE. Rev. F. Laliberte. Director; 

Rev. J. 0. Simard, Prof, of English ; 

Rev D. V6zina, Dim. Stud. The.nl. ; 

Rev F.E. Couture, Prefect of Studies. 

Arpin, Louis Nataskonan 

Arnaud, C Betsiamits 

Audet, And Ste. Brigitte de Maria 

Audet, P S. Fubien 

Auger, Julien....S. Jean 1 Evangeliste 

Belaud, Jos 

Beruier, L. N Temiscouata 

Bilodeau. Mart S. Anaclet 

Blauchet. J. B S. Eloi 

Blouin, Ad Carleton 

Bontard, J He Verte 

Bosse, F. X S. Martin, Riv. su Ren. 

Cbouinard, Ant S. Matthieu 

Cloutier, J. C Cacouna 

Couture, K. E Rimouski 

Desjardins. L Ste. Cecile du Bic 

Drapeau. J.O Ste. Francoise 

Dumas, Jos. ... L Assomp. de McNider 

Duval. A L Assoinption 

Fournier, Charles Paspebiac 

Fournier, Magi Caseapediac 

Gagnon, J. B Trois Pistoles 

Guay, F. X S. Epiphane 

Guay, C Rimouski 

Guilmet, Ed Ste. Luce 

Hebert, Oct S. Arsene 

Ladriere, Aug lie Verte 

Langevin, E. (Vic. Gen.) Rimouski 

Lebel, Gyp S. Ulric 

Leveque, N... St. George de Port Dan. 

Leonard, J. II Restigouche 

Lepage, J. J S. Pierre Malbaie 

Marceau, Laz Ste. Flavie 

Marceau, G. S S. Simon 

Marcoux, A. A S. Donat 

Moreau, Ph S. Octave Metis 

Moivau. Pol I.Douglastown 

Moreau, M S. Modeste 

Morisset, D Ste. Angele Merici 

Norinandin, J. Oin Bouavcnture 



Perron, J. O...Pointe aux Esquimawx 

Perusse. J S. Honore 

Rouleau, L S. Jerome Matane 

Saucier, P V. F. Grande Riviere 

Simard, J. Rimonsld 

Soucy, Ste. Anne des Monts 

Theberge, Tobie Trois Pistoles 

Thivierge, P. N Perce 

Vexina, Desire Rimouski 

Winter, Alph Rimouski 

DIOCESE OF THREE RIVERS. 
Most Rev. L. Lafleche, Bishop. . 

Very Rev. C. 0. Caron, \ Vicars 
Very Rev. T. Caron, j General. 

Rev. S. Rheault, Purveyor. 

Rev. A. Legris, Secretary. 

Rev. E. Ling, Eccl. Sub-Secretary. 

Very Rev. J. T. Fortier, ) 

Very Kev. L. Aubry, v Archpriests. 

Very Rev. L. Tourigny, J 

Alexander, H. (Vicar) St. Leon 

Aubry, L St. Leon 

Baillargeon, Fl Three Rivers 

Barolet, A St. Janvier 

Beaubien, O. (Vicar) Maskinonge 

Beland, J. (Vicar) St. Gregoire 

Beliveau, Ed. ..St. Gabriel de Stratford 

Beliveau, G Ste. Clotilde 

Bellemare, C. (Vicar)... St. Guillaume 

Bellemare, H St. Justin 

Bellemare, P St. Dida.v 

Hellemare, N. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Blais, J. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Bochet, C St. Patrice 

Bois, L. Ed Maskinonge 

Bouchard, A Ste. Angele de Laval 

Boucher, J Riviere du Loup 

Brassard, P. (Vicar)... St Thos. de P. 
Brimelle, Ged (Vicar). ..Si. Christophe 

Buisson. Ed. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Buisson, A Ste. Helene de Chester 

Carutel, A St. Romain 

Carutel, D St. Etienne 

Carufel, St. Louis. Blandtord 

Carutel, T Mont Carmel 

Caron, C.O.,V.G.(Urs.Cli.) ThreeRivers 

Caron, N. (College) Three Rivers 

Caro, T., V.G. (Seminary) Mcolet 

Champagne, P. (Vicar) St. David 

Ciiarest, A. (An. Cur.) Ste. A.le Perade 

Charest, V St.. Camille 

Chartre, J. Bte St. David 

Chretien, J. Bte Ste. Flore 

Comeau, D Shawinigan 

Comeau, J. B St. Leonard 

Cooke, J. (Vicar) 

Cote, Frs. X. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Dagnaeult, S. (Vicar) Yamachiche 

Dauth, E St.Valere 

Delphos, A. (Vicar) Three Rivers 

Desaulniers, A St. Bonaveuture 

Desaulniers, Frs Kinps>t>y 

Desilets, L Cap de laMagdeleine 

Dorion, J. H Yamachiclio 

Dostie, J. II Gentilly 

Douville, Ir. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Dupont, E. (College) Three Rivers 

Dupuis, A Ste. Anne la Perade 

Fortier, L. T Nicolet 

Frechette, W Batiscan 

Garceau, C St. Pierre les Becquets 

Gaudet, 0. (Vicar) Shawenigan 

Gauvreau, A.(J7car)...Baie du Febyre 

Gelinas, Is. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Gouin, T St. Stauilass 

Guertin, Et St. Luc 

Guilbert, E. (College) Three Rivers 

Guillemette, J Yamapka 

Hamelin, C St. Hyppolite 

Heroux, J. N St. Victoire 

Keroack, N St. Guillaume 

Lafleche, H. (Seminary) Nicolet 

LiiFsiseraie, A.II.B... LaPointedu Lac 
Lime, N St.Pnulin 

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Lebrun, A. (Vicar} Three Rivers 

Legris, A. (Bp. Pal.) Three Rivers 

Leinire. C Ste. Angescle Ilm 

Lottinville, T St. Narcisse 

Mtlo, L. S Becancourt 

M arc-hand, M Urummundville 

Marcotte, J. B... St. Theodore d Actmi 

Marcoux, D Champlain 

Marquis. C St. Celestin 

Martel, T St. Barnabe 

Masson, A Dauville 

Maureault, T. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Mayrand, A Ste. Ursule 

Moreau, Ag St. Paul de Chester 

Noiseux, A Ste. Genevieve 

Olscamps, J. B. (An.Cur.) St.. Stanislas 

Ouellet, N St. Pierre de Durham 

Panneton, E St. Prosper 

Paradis, J St. Francois du L.ac 

Parailis, D La Baie du Febvre 

Pelletier, N Kt. Eusebe de Stsnfold 

Pothier, L St. Mudard 

Prince, J St. Maurice 

Proulx, M St. Tite 

Proulx, M. G. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Quinn. P Richmond 

Quinn, T St. Fulnence 

Raiche, E. (Vicar) Nicolet 

Ricard, N St. Zephirin 

Richard. II St. Weuceslas 

Kichard, L.(College) Three ;>ivers 

Rheault, L. S Three Rivers 

Rnberge, P. (Vicar) St. Maurice 

Rousseau, Z Ste. Monique 

Roy, P Arthabaska 

Sir oiH, J. H. (An. Cur.) ... St. Barnabe 

Smith, A Ste. ISrigitte 

Su/,or, P. H St. Christnphe 

Tessier, J St. Germ.tin 

Tessier, U. (Vicar) Batiswtn 

Thibodeau,H.(Fic<zr) Hiviere du Loup 

Touii,rny, L St. Gregoire 

Tourigny, Z. (Vicar) St. Gregoire 

Trahau, H St. Severe 

Truhau, L Pisrreville 

Vaillancourt.G..St.Urbain de Winils r 

Vanasse, F. X St. Andre, d Acton 

Vervais, (Anc. Mitt.)... St. Greftnire 
Verville, F. (Vicar). St. P. les Becquets 

Villers (de) P..... ... . Ste. Gertrude 

Walsh, N. (Seminary) Nicolet 

DIOCESE OF MONTREAL. 
Mgr. Ig. Bourget, Eveque. du Montreal. 
Very Rev. A. F. Truteau.Ftear General. 
Rev. J. 0. Pare, Secretaire. 

Anclaire, M Vic. de St. Cyprien 

Antoine, 0. M. I Eglise St. Pierre 

A iirttin, J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Archambault, J Sera. St. Sulpice 

Archambault, U S. Bartholemi 

An-hambault, J. St. Timothee 

Arnault, J. F St. Marguerite 

Arraud, J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Aubin, J Vic.de Longueuil 

Aubry, J Sem. de Ste. Terese 

Aubry, F S. Jean Dorchester 

Aubry, C. (Anc. Cure) St. Benoit 

Barbarin, A Sem. St. Sulpice 

Bardey, C. J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Barret, N St. Luc 

Barret, J St. Lignori 

Bayle J Sup. St. Sulpice 

Beaubien, C... Vic. St.Vincent de Mont. 

Beauchamp. J. B Coll. Masson 

Beaudry, H S. Remi 

Beaudry, H Coteau. St. Louis 

Beaudry, P B. Alphonse 

Bedard, P Epipnanie 

Bedard, P. J. B Vic. St. Valentin 

Belanger, P... Ste. Magdel. de Rigaud 

Belair, J St. Gabriel 

Belanger, P Vic. La Prairie 

Berardi P Vic. Be.iuhnriK.is 

Berard, T Vic. lie Bizard 

Billion, L, L Sf-m Sr. Sulpice 



CLERGY. 



[1871. 



Birs, K St. Snlpice 

Birs. F Vic. Kigaud 

Ijla>icliard, S. Beatrice 

Biyth, E Ste. Marline 

Boissonnault, I... Cure de Ste. Mai the 

Bouin . J Vic. de Joliette 

Bonnicant, M. C. L... Sem. St. Sulpice 

Bouin. L Vic. Vaudreuil 

Bourbonnais, F. X Varrennes 

Bonrgeflult, F Poir.te Claire 

Jiourget. J. B., Vic. St. Vincent de Paul 

Bousquet, C. F. E Vic. St. Isidore 

Brassard, T, L St. Paul 

Brassard. M St. Roch de I Achigan 

Brassard, T Vaudreuil 

Brien, A St. Cuthbert 

Brien, J... Vic. St. Jean Chrysostorae 

Brien, J. M. A Vic. St Michel 

Bripset, J Ste. Scholastique 

Brochu, G. E Vic. St. Polycarpe 

Bruuillet, C Vic. Coteau St. Louis 

Brown, J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Burtin, V., O.M.I Sault S. Louis 

Csisse, M Point aux Trembles 

Caisse Coll. de 1 Assomption 

Caisso, F Coll. de 1 Assomptinn 

Campion, A Curede Ste Brigide 

Casaubon, L Coll. de 1 Assomption 

Cssaubon, E Vic. S. Tiraothee 

Chabot. G Chap, de la Providence 

Chagnon, F. X Vic. de St. Lin 

Chaenoo,T St. Clet 

Chain pagneur, E.. Sup.Clecs de St.Vin 
Chomp-mx, C... Ste. Anne dos 1 laines 

Champoux, Ls. J Coll. Masson 

ChampKiiux. J. B St Michel 

Chc.i land, D St. Clement 

Charbonnean, A.L...Vic.St.IIenri neM. 

Charleboia. L. A Cure Sle Therese 

Chart-on, M St. Esprit 

Chevigny, J. M Contrecceur 

Chevrpfils, G Ste. Anne 

Chicoine, J. St. Thomas 

Cholette, B. F., An. Cu. de St. Polycarpe 

Clement, V St. Alexis 

Coallier, B. A Vic. do Varennes 

Col..ivin, P Cong, de S. C. 

Consineitu, J. B. A., Sem.de Ste. Terese 

Contu, Al. St. Theodore 

Corboil. F . Vic. St. Jean 

Cousineau, ... S. Louis de Gonzague 

Crevien, C Vic. de Ste. Cecile 

Cuoq, A Som. Ste. Sulpice 

Dageuais, T S. Sxuveur 

T).<; ,HnHis. T. E St. JKdouard 

Daignault, C Mantawa 

Daniel, F Sem. St. Sulpice 

Deguire, P Sem. S. Sulpice 

De la Vigne, J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Dtlinelle, Z Ch. du B. Pasteur 

Demurs, K Vic. Ste. Genevieve 

Demera, N E.a 1 Kveche 

Dequoy, A Ste Adele 

Dcqiioy, J St. Hennas 

Desantels, J Varennes 

Pesantels, J. J St. Damien 

i), sniarais, E St. PlariiJe 

Desrochers, L. J. C...Coll. de Montreal 

Dorval, F 1 ARsomption 

Dowd, P. ..Cure de St. Patrice de Mon. 

Dozois, J Coll. de 1 AsKoniption 

Dube, P St. Martin 

Dubuc, P. A Vic. Boucbervilie 

Dufresne, P.C a 1 Eveche 

Dugas. L. M Vic. de Hochelaga 

Diiu as. J. E Vic. St. Esprit 

Duhaut, 1 Industrie 

Dupras, Kdm Ste. Julieune 

Dupui* 1 , A Cure Ste. Elizabeth 

Dupuifi, II Vic. Ste. Elizabeth 

Duranseau, A... Anc. Cure, Montreal 

Ettrier, J. E Sem. de Ste. Terese 

Fabre, E Chan, de la Cathedrale 

Falvey, J St. Colomban 

Forget, I Vic. Chambly 

Fortin, Ste. Agnes 

Gagnon, J. F Berthler 



Gaatineau, II. P., Ste.Croix St.Laurent 

Gaudet, T L Assoniption 

Gaudet, J Coll. de 1 Assomption 

Geoff roy, F. X Ilemmingford 

Giband, A Sem St. Sulpice 

Giguiere, Cure de Ste. Agathe 

Giotfrion, J Cong. S. C. 

Giroun, T. J Vic. de St. Roch 

Godin, J. East Norm. J. Cartier 

Granjon, B...Cur6 de St. Joseph de M. 

Gravel, D. A S. Jean de Matha 

Gravel, I Laprairie 

Gratton, J. J Terrebonne 

Guilbault, Coll. de FAssomption 

Guyon, L St. Eustathe 

Hicks, E. H... Chan, de la Cathedrale 
Hogan, J. ... Cur6 de Ste. Anne de M. 

Huberdault, G Cure St. Vincent 

Huot, L. J St. Paul 1 Ermite 

Hurteau, E. J St. Constant 

Jasoiiu, M Cure de St. Janvier 

Jodoin, Alf Ormstown 

Kavanagh, F., Ch. Freres de la Charite 
Labelle, J. B...Anc. Cure, Repentigny 
Labelle, E... Ancien Cure, Repentigny 

Labelle, A St. Jerome 

Laberge. F. X St Hippolythe 

Lacan, J. F Sem. de St. Sulpice 

Lecours, L. J. Cong. S. C. 

Lacourt, M. J. H...Sem. de Ste. Terene 

Lamarche,G Chan de la Cathedral 

Langlois, J. B Cure de St. Hubert 

Laporte, A Cure do lUnvdon 

Laporte, D Repentisny 

Laporte, G G. S. Lin 

Laporte, J. D Kildare 

Lapierre, Cure de St. Henri de Mon. 

Laporte. E Coll. de L Assomption 

Larose, C. A Coll. Masson 

Larose, A Vic. La Valtrie 

Larue, J. B Sjm. St. Sulpice 

Lasnier, J. T S. Cecile 

Lauzon, J St.. Philippe 

Lauzon, J. P Coll. Masson 

Lavalle, N St, Vincent de Paul 

Lavallee, M S. Zotique 

Lavoie, L. A Coll. Masson 

Lddaire, F. X... Direct, du C. Masson 

Leblanc, P Chan, de la Cath. 

Leblanc, M Cur6 de Ste. Agathe 

Leclerc, J V., Chap. Pris. de Ref. SfVin. 

Leduc, J. P Vic. N. D. de Grace 

LeJebvre, D Sem. St. Sulpice 

Lefebvre, S St. Genevieve 

Legare, M Coll. de 1 Assomption 

Lemonde, J. B Ste. Dorothee 

Lenoir, H Sem. St Sulpice 

Lenoir, C., Direct, du Coll. de Montreal 

Lesage, G Cure St. Valentin 

Loranger, C Lanoraie 

Lonergan, J Vic. de Hochelaga 

Lussier, L. C Chateauguay 

Lussier, E h, Rome 

Lussier, N Ste. Emmilie 

Maillet, L. J Sem. do St. Sulpice 

Malo, F Vic. de Ste. Brigide de M. 

Marcotte, II Lavaltiie 

Marcoux, F. X St. Rogis 

Marechal, D., St. Jacques de P Achegan 

Marechal, Nap N. D. do Grace 

Martel, L. J... Cure St. F*lix de Valois 
Martin, C., Chap, de Sri. de Miserieorde 
Martineau, A. J., Chap. Conv. de Long 

Marsolais, P Sem. de St. Sulpice 

M-irsolais, C. E St. Urbain 

Matthieu, J. M Vic. de Berthier 

Mercier, A...Cur6 de St. Jacques de M. 

Minard, F. B Vic. L Acadie 

Mireau, M St. Calixte 

Mongean. J. L...Cure de la Longue Pt. 
Moreau, II., Ch. et Ar. de la Cathedrale 

Moreau, E Chan, de la Cathedrale 

Morin, M Ancien Cure, Lachenaye 

Morln, J...Cure de St. Jacq. le Minem 

Morrison, C. F St Cyprien 

Morrisseau, J. B...Vic. N. D. Montreal 
Nantel, A Sem. de St. Terese 

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Nercam, A Sem. S . Sulptce 

Normandin, K La -henayo 

Palatin. J. J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Palin. C V Sein do St.. Sulpice 

Pare, J. Chan, de la Cathedrale 

Pure? L. H Vic. dcsfeJres 

Pelurloau, A Coll. I!H Montreal 

Pelissier, L Sem. de St. Sulpice 

Pepin, Thorn Boucherille 

Pepin, Theop St. Autoine 

Perreault, N St. Raphntl 

Perreault, J St. Rose 

Perreault, Chap.deCour.deLsChine 

Perrault, S. St. Stanislas K. 

Picard, K Sem. St. Sulpice 

Piche, J Vic. Terrebonne 

Pifhe, N Lachine 

Plingut, V He dn Fads 

Plomondon, L. T...Chan. de laCathed. 
Plomondou, G. G , Vic. du Sault. au Re. 
Pomiuville, L... St. Juan Chrysostome 

Poulin. P Ste. Philomene 

Prevost, T St. Henri 

Priraeau. J hurriugtoa 

Quintal, M Ancien Cure, St. .lean 

Regrturd, L Sem. St. Sulpice 

Kemiilard, St. Polycarpe 

Reuaud, P. Coll. Mawon 

Rioux, J. B Vic. Cottiiu St. Louw 

Rivet, S St. Andre 

Robert, H BMrfindit) 

Rochette, F...Cure du fault au Hecol. 

Rousseau, P Sem. St. Suipioe 

Rousseau. R Sem. St. Sulpice 

Rousselot, V...Cure de N. P. Montreal 
Routhier, J. 0... Direct, de S t: Torene 

Roux, M Lu Odrea 

Rouxel, Sem. St. Si.lptce 

Salmon, .1. Vi. St. Henri 

Sauriof, F. X Vic. de I ll* Dupas 

Sauve S. A Sam. de Sro. Teresa 

Seers, W Hinc.hiiibrook 

Seguin, J Vercheres 

Seguin, A Vic. Vorcuores 

Bogota, P. A Vic. St. Clet 

Sfntaine, Sem. St. Sulpice 

Singer, Z Sem. St. Sulpice 

Sorin, V Sem. St. Sulpice 

St. Aubin, J St. Norbert 

Taillon, M Coll. Maswm 

Tallet, J Sem. de S. Sulpice 

Tambareau, D. H Sem. St. Sulpiee 

Tasse, 8... Sup. de Sem. de Ste. Ter6<m 

Taase, M St. Benoit 

Tasse, A St. Uernurd 

Theberge. S St. Auguntiu 

Theoret. J Ste. Julie 

ThibaiiH, A Chambly 

Thibault, G Lonntifuil 

Thiheaudeau, T St. Joseph 

Thibodeau, M. U Vic. St. Jen ma 

Toupin, J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Toupin, A Riv. ds Prairies 

Trauchemontagne. F., Sem. St. Sulpice 
Trepanier. F. X...Lycee de Varrenneg 

Trudeau. 0. M. I S. Pierre 

Trudel, N St. Isidore 

Truteau, A. F...V. G. et Ch. dn la Cath. 

Turcot, L llo Perrot 

Vacher, Som. St. Sulpice 

Valada, J. E Assist. Contivcoeiir 

Veuiard, S. Laurent 

Verreau, U... Prin. de 1 Ecole N. .1. C. 

Vezma, Ft. X S. Justine 

Vignon, Coll. S. Marie 

Villeneuve, L Sem. St. Sulpice 

Villeneuve, G. V... Coll. de 1 Assomp. 
Vinet, J. J... Anc. Cure Sault au Recol. 

Vinet, J. J. A Cure St. Anicet 

Watier, J St. Francois de Sales 

Woods, H Huntingdon 

DIOCESE QF ST. HYACINTHE. 
Mgr. C. LaRocquc, Bishop. 
Mgr. J. LaRocquo, Vicar-General. 
Rev. L. Z. Moreau, V. <?. Secretary. 



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Very Re*. E.Crevier, \ G , an d 
Very Key. J. P .Raymond, >- rfcafrM . 
Very Rev. II. Milller, ) 

ArchambauH, L. M St. Hugues 

Batthezanl. H Gran by 

Bathazard, J. M, GAnby 

Beauregard, J. /. St. Mathias 

Blanchard, C St. Epbreni 

Blauchard, E St. Marie 

Boucher, E St. Hilaire 

Bourke, L. A Sorel 

Bouvier, F. X St. Ryacinthe 

Brunei. F. X St. Hyaciuthe 

Brunelle, P St. Liboire 

Boivin. T St. Hyacinthe 

Charier, J. B Ooaticook 

Cote, F. Henry viile 

Crevier, E Ste. Marie 

Crevk-r. P J St Cbarles 

Coderre, F St. Antoine 

Chartier, P St. Jude 

Desuoyers, A St. Pie 

Desnoyers, A Bolton 

Desorey, St. Alexandra 

Deschamps, N St. Hugues 

Dufresue, P St. Hyacinthe 

Dufresue, A. E Sberbrooke 

Dufresue, Am Coaticook 

Duhaml, J. B St. Paul 

Dumes jit, A St. Hyacinthe 

Dumontier, J. Z Ste. Aime 

Dupuy, A St. Denis 

Dupuyi J. B., sen St. Antoine 

Dupuy, J. B.,jun St. Sebastien 

Dupuv, J. P N. D. du Richelieu 

Durocher, E St. Hyacinthe 

Durocher, J. B St. Victoire 

Durocher, J St. Marie 

Dupre. L. L St. Hyacinthe 

Digman, F N. D. de St. Hyacinthe 

Fortin, 0. E St. Jude 

Cation, A Milton 

Gaboury, J St. Marcel 

Gatineau, P Ste. Helene 

Gauthier, N St. Damase 

Gravel, J. A Compton 

Gendreau, E Cookshire 

Gendron, P. S St. Hyacinthe 

Germain, J. E St. Brigide 

Gigault. F St. Damase 

Gironard. H. L St. Simon 

Godard, M Stuckeley 

Guy, St.Valerien 

Girard, L Ste. Hyacinthe 

Hardy, N St. Koch 

Hardy, J St, Mathias 

Hatch, D. J Sherbrooke 

Hevey, P St. Gregoire 

Hotte, S.C. (An.Ou.re) N.D duRichlieu 

lodoin. I St. Athanase 

Jeanuette, F. X Beloei 

Lassalle, L Beloei 

Lambert, J. S Hereford 

Lame, K St. Hyacinthe 

Leblanc. St. Aime 

Leclaire, B. J Stanbridge 

L r -wurs, E Notre Dame 

Ltmay, A St. Charles 

Limoges, A. D St. Jean Baptiste 

Leveque, J. E St. Marc 

Leveque, P St. Hyacinthe 

Lecomte, E St. Hyacinthe 

Lussier, W St. Rosalie 

Larochette, P St. Hyacinthe 

Marchesseau, G Ste. Rosalie 

McAuley, M Stanstead 

Michon, F. X St. Anne 

Michon, J. D St. Ours 

Midron, J. B Sorel 

Millier, H Sorel 

Milette, H Dunham 

Monder, F. Z Magog 

Monet, St. Barnabe 

Moreau, L. Z St. Hyacinthe 

Malhiot, N Button 

Noiseux, J Sowl 

G 



Vadeau, A Ste. Marie 

O D.mnell, A St, Denis 

Ouellette, R St. Hyacinthe 

Phaneuf, A Waterloo 

Pelletier, St. Robert 

Pare, P. L s Ange Gardien 

Poulin, C St. Dominique 

?ouliu, L. E Ste. An^ele 

Poulin, F. X Coaticooke 

Prince, J. J St. Hyacinthe 

Provencal, J. A St. Cesaire 

Pratte, F Roxton 

Ponton, J. B Sorel 

Quinn, J Farnham 

Raymond, J. S St. Hyacinthe 

Raymond, W Stanstead 

Soly, F. X. I La Presentation 

Springer, E Ely 

St. Aubin, T St. George 

St. Georges, C St. Athanase 

Taupier. J. S Milton 

Tetreau, F St. Hyacinthe 

Verronneau, J. B Farnham 

DIOCESE OF OTTAWA. 
Most Rev. Jos. E. Guigues, Bishop. 
Very Rev. D.Dandurand,7ier(?etteraZ. 
Very Rev. J H. Tabaret, Vicar General. 
Rev. P. Royer, Chaplain. 
Rev. J. L. O Connor, D.D., Secretary. 

Agnel, Paul Portage du Fort 

Bertrand, C. W. J... North Plantagenet 

Boucher, Onesime Clarence 

Boucher, Olivier Pembroke 

Bourassa, M Montebello 

Bouvier, J Arnpr or 

Brady, John Buckingham 

Brunet, A L Orignal 

Byrne, James Eganville 

Charbonier, Ovide La Peche 

Caron, Thomas Ripon 

Casey, B Bristol and Onslow 

Chaine, A St. Joseph, Gloucester 

Collins, J. J Ottawa 

Dandurand, D., Vic. Gen Ottawa 

Dawson, IE. McD Ottawa 

DeGasp , M Lochaber 

Deleage, R River Desert 

Duhamel, Thomas St. Eugene 

Dussere, Telmont Gatineau Point 

Faure, C Visitation 

Francoeur, Jos. L Russell 

Gay, C North Wakefield 

Gay, Jacob La Peche 

Guigan, J. (Missionary) Hudson s Bay 

Guinget, Joseph La Passe 

Guillaume, C St. Andre Avelin 

Jouvent, J Buckingham 

Killoran, M Gloucester 

Laverlochere, N. (Mis.) Hudson s Bay 

Lavan, Dominic Pakenham 

Lombard, J Papineauville 

Lynch, James Allumett s Islanc 

Mancip, J Ohatha.a 

McCormack, John. ..Mount St. Patrick 

McComack, James Brudenel 

Michel, Joseph Aylmer 

Molloy, Michael (Cathedral) ... Ottawa 

McGeoy, P Hull near Chelsea 

McGowan, J Chelsea 

Nedelec, J. (Missionary) Hudson s Bay 

O Connell, Peter Richmond 

O Connor, J. L. (Cathedral) ... Ottawa 

O Malley, Antoine Huntley 

Ouellet, Louis Calumet 

Pallier, Alex St. Joseph s, Ottawa 

Philippe, M South Plantagene 

Pian, J. M Mission Hudson s Baj 

Poitras, P Mission Hudson s Bay 

Rougier, J Renfrew 

Reboul, Louis Hull near Ottawa 

Richer, J. B River Deser 

Terrien, F Hull 

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owner, M ..................... Allumettes 

aughan, Edward ................ O.-goode 

DIOCESE OF KINGSTON. 
Right Rev. Edward J. Horan, Bishop 

Tery Rev. John McDonald,~v 
/ery Rev. James Farelly, F Vicars- 
lery Rev. Oliver Kelly, f General. 
Very Rev. George Hay, J 
Jrennan, John .................. Sheffield 

Brettargh, Henry ............... Trenton 

Brophy, Geo...St. Charles, Tyendinaga 
irown, Joseph ............... Port Hope 

"hisholm, James, D.D ............ Perth 

lune, Michael ............ Smith s Falls 

Coyle, Bernard ......... .. ............. Emily 

Davis, Thomas ............... Hungerford, 

Donahoe. Michael ...... Loughborough 

Ganthier, Hugh ............... Gauanoque 

Harty, Wm ..................... Kemptville 

Hay, George, V. G .......... St. Andrew s 

Higgins. Bernard (Cath.) ...... Kingston 

Kelly, Oliver, V. G. ...... Peterborough 

Kielty, Wm. (Catliedral) ...... Kingston 

Lalor, Murth ........................ Picton 

Leonnard, J ........................ Napanee 

Lynch, Michael .................. Cornwall 

Meade, John .................. Winchester 

Mackay, Michael ............ Tyendinaga 

Masterson, James ............ St. Raphael 

McCarty, Isaac ............ Williamstown 

McDonald, John,?. G ......... Lancaster 

McDonell, A ......................... Lochiel 

Murray, Charles ..................... Perth 

Murray, E. H ................ Wolfe Island 

O Boyla, - . (Cathedral)... Kingston 
O Brien, John .................. Brockviile 

O Connor, John S ............ Alexandria 

O Connell, Daniel .................. Douro 

O Donnell, John ............... Westport 

Quirk, John ..................... Asphodel 

Roche, Ed. P ...................... Prescott 

Stafford, Michael .................. Lindsay 

Stanton, Michael ............... Sheffield 

Timlin, Michael .................. Cobourg 

Twomey, J ........................ Camden 

DIOCESE OF TORONTO. 



Most Rev. J. J. Lynch,Z>.Z>., 

Very Rev. J. F. Jamot, Vicar General. 

Very Rev. F. P.Rooney,F"icar General. 

Rev. J. M Cann, Secretary. 

Very Rev. J. F. Jamot, ") 

Very Rev. G. R. Northgraves, > Deans. 

Very Rev. P. Mulligan, ) 

Berrigan, W. (Assist. Cath.)... Toronto 
Braire, L. (Pastor) ......... Vroomanton 

Campbell, K. A. (Pastor) ...... Atberley 

Cassidy, E. F. (Asst.)... St. Catherines 
Chalandard, P. (St. LasiVs) ...Toronto 
Cherrier, L. (St. Basils) ......... Toronto 

Conway, P. (Asst. St PawFs)... Toronto 
Ferguson, M. (St. Basils) ...... Toronto 

Finn, A. P ..................... Thornhill 

Frachen, F. X. (St. Basil s)... Toronto 
Gibrat, L. (Pastor) ............ Lafontaine 

Gribbin, J. (Pastor) ...... Toronto Gore 

Harris, W. (Asst. Cathedral). ..Toronto 
Hayden, J. F. (Pas<or)...Duffin s Creek 
Hobin, 3. (Pastor) ............... Niagara 

Jamot, J. F. (Rector Cath.) ... Toronto 
Rean, P. J. (Pastor) ......... Newmarket 

Kelly, John (Pastor) ............ Niagara 

Kennedy, J. P. (Pastor) Penetangnish. 
Killcullen, J. (Assistant) Vroomanton 
Laboureau, W. (Pastor) ...... Smithville 

Laurent, J. M. (St. Patrick s) Toronto 
Lee, J. R. (Assistant) ............ Caldwell 

M Cann, J. (Secretary) ......... Toronto 

McSpiritt, F ............ . . ........ Caldwell 

Michel, J. (Pastor) ............... Clifton 

Morris, F. T. J. (Pastor)... Toronto Tp. 






CLEKGT. 



[1871. 



y, M (St. Basil s) Toronto 

Mullen, A. (Pastor) Apto 

Mulligan, P. (Ptstor) ...St. Catharines 

Northgrave*, G. R. (Pastor) Barrie 

;nor, 11. P. (Pastor) Keenansville 

O Donohoe. J. (Assist*) Barrie 

O Reiliy, M. (Pastor) Thorold 

Proulx, J. B. (Chap. Forces)... Toronto 

Key, P. (Pastor) Arlington 

Rooney, P.P. (Pastor St.P. s) Toronto 

Shea. J. (Pustnr) Oshawa 

Sullivan, T. J. (Assistant). ..St. Maiy s 
Vincent, C. (Sup. St. Basil s) Toronto 
Y .>i;.iu-d, J. A.(Pastvr)...Port Colborne 

DIOCESE OF HAMILTON. 

Eight Rev. John Farrell, D.D., Bishop. 
Very Her. E. Gordon, Vicar-General. 
E. I. Ileenau, Secretary. 

T. R., S. J. GnelpB 

7 ii.lou, 31. P., ALA Braatford 

\optf, F Freiburg 

P iR-llnau, C., S.J Guelph 

e, Peter, 8. J. Fort William 

< hi-Trier. L Owen Sound 

Buranquet, D., S.J. Fort William 

1> nvlirig, Thomas Paris 

1 llcna, F., LL.D Freiburg 

Ferard, M., S. J.... Oil Springs, Manit. 

Funeken, L. D. D Berlin 

Fr.ucken, Eugene St Agatha 

Giowalski, Ed St. Clements 

firauuotier, F Owen Sound 

Hanipaux, J., S.J., Oil Springs. Manit. 

IJoenan, E. I Hamilton 

Koliler, Aug., S. J. Sault St. Marie 

Kelly, Hugh Riversdale 

LaiissiHr. E Arthur 

Maheut, S. P . Macton 

Maurice, R. R., LL.D... Mount Forest 

MoNulty. Jjhn Caledonia 

O Reilly, John Dundas 

lUssaerta, F Carlsruhe 

1 v .11. Jeremiah Oakville 

it/,. J. J Formosa 

Sherlock, F., S.J. Guelph 

DIOCESE OF LONDON. 
Right R*v. John Walsh, D.D., Bishop. 
Very Rev. J.M. Bruyere, near-General 

P. Stone, Secretary. 
Rev. W. J. White. 

Andrieux. P Stoney Point 

,d, Jos Ingersoll 

it, B Goderich 

1. unliu, A. (Sxp .rior) Chatham 

l.Hiusang, Father Saruia 

Crinnon, P. F., V.G. Stratford 

l>..4abays. M , S, J. Chatham 

D.iprat, C Paincourt 

; auteux, P ^St. Anne} Windsor 

JKlaimery, W St. Thomas 

Gahan, N Stratford 

(Jauthier, F., D.D Mnidctnne 

Gerard, Jos (Biddulph) Elginfield 

Jahin, E. M... (Belle Elver) Rochester 

Japes, H Wyoming 

Kilroy, E. B St. Mary s 

Laurent, P. D. (Dean)...Amher8tburgb 
Marseille, J. ... (St. Joseph) Sandwich 

Murphy, J Carronbrook 

Murphy, J Windham 

McQuaid, F., S. J. Chatham 

Mareehal, M., S. J. Chatham 

O Neill, J Kincora 

O Shea, P Strathroy 

Ouelette, F. 0. J Corunna 

S .. .iiilan, J. (Assistant) Stratbroy 

Villeneuve, A. P Amherstburgh 

Wagner, J. T Windsor 

reau, L. A Kingsbridge 

Vr niters, B Carnmbrook 



Presbyterian Clmrcli of 
Canada* 

IN CONNEXION WITH THE CHURCH OP 
SCOTLAND. 

Meeting of Synod will be held in 
St. Andrew s Church, Toronto, on the 
1st Wednesday in June, 1871, at 11 
(eleven) o clock a.m. 

Solomon Mjlne, Moderator. 
John H. MacKerras, M.A., Cleric. 

Presbytery Clerks. 

Eev. T>. Anderson. M.A Quebec 

" Wm. Bain, M.A . Perth 

" John Barclay, D.D Toronto 

" K. Maclennan, M.A. (As.) do. 

" W. Anderson, M.A Ottawa 

" Robert Burnet Hamilton 

" N . Macdougall Victoria 

" Peter Lindsay, B.A Renfrew 

" Duncan Morrison, 3/..<l...Saugeen 

" James Gordon, M. A London 

" James Patterson, M.A... Montreal 

" W. M. Inglis, M.A Kingston 

" Alex. McKay, M.A Glengary 

Aitken, Wm Maple, Vaughan 

Anderson, D., M.A.... Point Levi West 

Anderson, Wm..... Buckingham 

Bain, James Woburn 

Bain, Willium, M.A Perth 

Barclay, John, D.D Toronto 

Barr, Wm DuDgannon 

Bell. George, B A Clifton 

Bell. William. M.A Shakspeare 

Bennett. John Three Rivers 

Black, Wm. M. (Missionary) Jloutreal 

Borthwick, Hugh J., M.A Lucerne 

Brown, John Newmarket 

Buchan, Alexander Stirling 

Burnet, John S Martintowii 

Burnet, Robert Hamilton 

Cainelon, David London 

Cameron, Hugh Beachburgh 

Campbell, Charles Niagara 

Campbell, Robt , M.A Montreal 

Campbell, R., M.A. (Miss.) Brockville 

Campbell, Wm. (Cat.) Harold 

Canning, William T Oxford Mills 

Carmiohael, Jas Laskey 

Carmichael, Jas. (Miss.) Toronto 

Chambers, R., B.A Nairn 

Clark, Wm. C. ... Ormstown 

Cleland, William Kemptville 

Cochrane, Wm Port Hope 

Colquhoun, Arch. (Ret.) Mansfield 

Cook John, D.D Quebec 

Currie, Archibald, M.A Sonya 

Davidson, John N. Williamsburgh 

Dobie, Robert Port Hope 

Doudiet, Charles Montreal 

Douglas, James, B.A Quebec 

Eakin, Joseph, B.A Kippen 

Edmison, Henry Waterdown 

Ferguson, George D. (Q.Col.) Kingston 

Ferguson, John, B f A Kincardine 

Ferguson, Wm. (Miss.) ... Chesterville 

Forbes, Alexander Inverness 

Fraser, Donald, MA Priceville 

Fraser, J., B.A Montreal 

Fraser, James, B.A Chelsea 

Fraser, Thomas (Hit.) Montreal 

George, J.. D.D Stratford 

Gibson, Hamilton Bayfield 

Gordon, Daniel M., B.D Ottawa 

Gordon, James, M.A Crumlin 

Gordon, John, B.A Almonte 

Gray, James M Roslin 

Hart, Thomas, M.A Perth 

Herald, James Dundas 

Hogg, John Guelph 

Hutcheson, S. (Missionary) ... Toronto 
Inglis,W. M., M.A., F.R.S.E. Kingston 
Jamieson, Alex., 5.^4....Williamstown 
Jenkins, John, D.D Montreal 



Johnson, Wm. (Retjped) . Toronto 

Kidd, J. (Mifsirmari/) Owen Sound 

Lsinont, Hugh Newinj;ton 

Lewis, Alexander (Retired) Mono 

Lindsay, Peter Arn prior 

Livingstone. Martin W timcoe 

Lochbad, John S Klgin 

Maraulay, Donald Mount Joy 

Macd .ugail, N Kldoa 

Macdonnell, George, Milton 

Mai-donnell. D. J.. B.D Peterhoro 

Mac!- ay, William E., J3.4...0ratigevillo 

Mtu-kay, Alex., M.A Alexandria 

Mackee, William Lt-froy 

Mackerras,J.H., M.A.(Q.CoL) Kingston 
Mackid, Alexander (Retired) Goderich 

Maclennan, Alex., B.A Uxbridge 

Maclenuan, Kenneth, M.A \\hitby 

Maclenuan, Wm , J/.^4....IIawkesbury 
Maclean, Donald J.,JL4...MiddleTiUe 

Maclean, M. W., B.A IVi-ley 

Macmorine, Samuel, B.A... Pittsburgh 
Mann, Alexander, M.A. ... Pakeuham 

Masson, Wm Kusseltown Mats 

McCaul. James. B.A Melbourne 

McDonald, Duncan Creemore 

McDonald, A., B.A Duntroon 

McDonald, John Norton Creek 

McKwan, James, M.A London 

McGillivray, Daniel Brockvillo 

McLeud, John (ileiicoe 

McLaren. R. G., B.A (Miss ) Hamilton 
M,-Xi,h, N., B.D.(As.Min.)...CQTnvi*\l 
Mcl herson, Thomas, M.A.... Lancaster 

McQuarrie. Alex. N. (Mist.) Quebec 

Miller, William Louibardy 

Morrison, Duncan. J/.yl...Owen Sound 
Mowat, J. B., M.A. (Q. Coll.) Kingston 

3Iullan, James B Hull/rook 

Mullan, James S WoodlandB 

Mullan. Elias Richmond 

Muir, James B., M.A Gait 

Muir, James C., D.D... N. Georgetown 

Murray, James A 1/iudsay 

Murray, J.C. (Queen s CoZ.)... Kingston 

Mylne, Solomon Smith s Falls 

Neill, Robert Burnbrae 

Nicol, Francis (Missionary) ... Toronto 
Niven, Hugh... St. Louis de Gouzngue 
Niven, David, li.A. (Mias.) ... Georgiiia 

Patterson, James Hemmio^t ord 

Paul, James T.. Warsaw 

Porter, Samuel (A!eirfcZ)...Orangeville 

Porteous, George Wolfe Island 

Rannie, John, M.A Chatham, 0. 

Ross, D., B.D Chatham, Q. 

Ross, Donald... Dundee 

Koss, J. R., B.A. (Missionary) Toronto 

RJSS, Walter Beckwith 

Hoss, W. R Pickering 

Scott, Thomas Plantagenet 

Shanks, David Valcartier 

Sieveright. J.. B.A Goderich 

Simpson, William Lachine 

Sinclair, James Carp, Huntly 

Smith, Jamas C., M.A Belleville 

Smith. R. P. (Mittionary) Quebec 

Saodgfass, W., D.D.(Q. Col.) Kingston 

Spence, Alexander, D.D Scotland 

Spencer, A Bowmauville 

Stewart, William Hornby 

Strachan, Donald UilUburgh 

Stuart, James (Retired) Toronto 

Sym, Fred. P Beauharnois 

Tanner, Charles Shei brooke 

Tanner, John E Shorbrooke 

Tawse, John, M.A King 

Thomson, George, M.A Renfrew 

Urquhart. Hugh, D.D Cornwall 

Watson, David, M.A Beaverton 

Watson, Peter, B.A Williamstown 

Weir, G., M.A. (Morrin CW!.)... Quebec 

White, William Newton ville 

Whyte, John Scotland 

Williamson, J., LL.D. (Q.C.) Kingston 

Wilson, James, M.A Lanark 

Yeomang, G , B.A Wiaterbourno 



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CLERGY. 






Pre01ytrlau 



Meeting of Ofnrval Asr j inl>lj r in the 
City of (Jupl-pv- Ch.ilmer s Church, on 
. .-J iesdav in June, lt>71, at 
7.30 p.m. 

71. 

Rev. M. Willi.i, D.L> , LL D , Moderator. 

Rev. W. Reid. A.M.. Toronto, and Rev. 

W. Fi iyer, JJoiid Head. Jmnt C(< /-, .s. 

Cle.rl;? of . y*?o ?s. 

Montreal Rev. Alex. Young. 

Toronto .! hu Gray. 

IlHuiiltou " Win. Cochrane 

London " D. Waters, LL.D. 

Clerks of l*resb>/tr.riti. 

r.al iU v. ,7. Watpfn. 

Ottawa J C.-trswull. 

Brockville " W. B-nnett. 

Kingston " T. S Ctiambers. 

Cobouig W. Doi.ald. 

Cutario " It. ITioruton, D.D. 

Toronto " R Monteath. 

R Torrance. 
1). In. lis. 

G. Cuthbertson. 



P;iris 

London 

Huron 

Wrattord 

Owen S jiir.d 

Simcoe 



Durham 



A. McLean. 

J. F thtringham. 

A. Frazer. 

J. Gray. 

R. H. vrarden. 

W\ Park. 



Adams, Jamos Nobleton 

i. Wiliiara British Columbia 

r, Joseph, A.M Norva 

Alexander, Thomas, M.A Norham 

Allan, Daniel Stratford 

Anderson, D Rotlisay 

Anderson, John Tiverton 

Andrews, Francis Keene 

Aull, J Ratho 

I!iillarit.vn^, \V. D Whitby 

BHll.W.8 Guelph 

Kaikie, J. P Ancaster 

Karr, Matthew Seaforth 

Barrio. Win.. D.D.... Eramosa, Guelph 

Barren. J. M.A Gananoque 

Braild, E Watford 

Seattle, D Campbellford 

Becket, J Thamesville 

Bell, J. W Ustowell 

Bennett. W Kemptrille 

Biunie. R Lindsay 

Blai- t, .I;\v:i"s Seneca 

Bluck. John , Red River 

Blain, William Springville 

Boyd, James Crossbill 

Boyd, Robert, D.D Prescott 

Bowie, J Everton 

Brown, A Blantyre 

Brown, G- Wroxeter 

Burn,?, W Perth 

Burns. !i. F.,D.D Montreal 

Hi:ron, O St. Catharines 

Biirttiii, J Preseutt 

Crombie, John, M.A Smith s Falls 

C.uneron, Charles 1 ric.eville 

Cameron, Dnncan Beaverton 

Cameron. D. B Bradford 

Cameron, James Chatsworth 

Cameron, Lach in Acton 

Campbell, J., M.A Toronto 

Cars well. J Carleton Plane 

C:iven, William (1) Toronto 

Caven, Wm. (-2) Ridgetown 

Chambers, T. S Sunbury 

Chesnut, J. W ..Mandamin 

Cheyne, George Tapley town 

Chiniquy, C St. Anne, 111. 

Christie. W. M Mono Centre 

Chrystal, G Silvferhill 

Coussirat, D., B.D Montreal 

Ciark,W. B Quebec 



Poch -ane. W., M.A Rrantfovd ; 

t.V.ulth-irt. W Valleyluld 

Crhteie. Wm Port Dover | 

Ciaw, G Hillsdale 

doll, It. M Claude 

Oiol.v, J. E Mili;>ai.k 

Civss. Archibald Clarke 

Crozier, II Holstein 

Currie, Archibald Belmout 

Curriu, U Manilla 

Ci.rrie. Peter Aldboro 

CMhbertson, George St. Thomas 

DiiTidson, J Alma 

I awpon. A . Ashbiirn 

I ewar, Rohert Spepdis- 

Dick. James Richmond Hill 

Donald, William Port Hope 

1 onaldson, J Adelaide 

1 ouglas. J Uxbridge 

lirummond, A. A Shakspeare 

luff, D Malcolm 

1 unbar, John Glenmorris 

1 uccau, F Buttonville 

I uncan. Jamea Bayfield 

l.uncan, Peter Colfeorne 

F-adie. John La Chute 

1 dmondson. J. B Columbus 

1 winJ John Mount Pleasant 

Kving, R Georgetown 

F. ntou. S Vittoria 

F. nwi.-k, r Metis 

F rguson, J Nevis 

F rguson, John Dingle 

Kmdlay, A Granton 

F 1 etcher, D H Agiucourt 

Mftcher. William Red River 

F.-ibes, A. G Riversdale 

F. rrest, W Valetta 

FMtherinaham, John Cromarty 

Fii Ser, John Kincaidiue 

FrBSer, M Barrie 

Fr;:ser, S. C Thorold 

Fn.ser, William Bond Head 

f r; zer, A Norman ton 

Gauld, John Meaford 

Gil Ron, J. M., M.A Montreal 

Gillies, A. C Cote des Xeiges 

Gl* ssfoi d. Peter Coleraine 

Goldsmith, T Seaforth 

Go(dfellow. P Widder 

Goidon, Daniel Athol 

Grcey. II Farquhar 

Gn ham, William Egmondville 

Grunt, A Dufferin 

Grant, Alexander Kintail 

Grunt, R. N Waterdown 

Gr.int, G., B.A Delaware 

Grunt, W Vankleek-hill 

Gray, John Orillia 

Gray, Patrick Kingston 

Gnig, P Orchardville 

Gregg, William, A Ji Toronto 

Greenfield, J Duntroon 

Hall, Robert Thorndale 

n^imilton*. Robert Avonbank 

II.ii.cock, W Welland 

Ilanran, J St. Sylvester, Q. 

Harris, James Eglinton 

Hastie, J Bluevale 

Henderson, A., M.A St. Andruw s 

Hi.-:op, J. K Alliton 

Hen de Bt.urck, W. H Cornwall 

Holmes, A T Arthur 

Hume, J Kennebec Road, Q. 

Hume, Robert, M.A St. George 

Irjglis, David Hamilton 

Inglia, Walter Ayr 

Irvine, John Mille Isles, C.E. 

Irvine, R., D.D Montreal 

Jamieson, G Prince Albert 

Jamieson, R...New Westminster, B. (J. 

Jennings, John, D.D ~ Toronto 

Johnstone, W. A Jarrat s Corners 

Jours, S Dingle 

Kennedy, Alexander Dunbarton 

King, John M., M.A Toronto 

Kiug, William Buxtoa 

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Knowles, 11 MB 

Laing, John <> 

Leask. It St. IMirlrS 

Lees, John Lucau 

Little. J Nass .p.ut-_ya 

l.undy, W Sir - 

Locbead, William (1) Kats 

Lochead, W. (2) Fenelon i-alls 

Logie, John KodLrfmlio 

Lowry, T Bia:; 

Malcolm, J Birr 

Matheson, A Lune> 

Meifcle, W Uafeville 

Middlemiss, James 

Melville, A Maiilund 

Millican, W Gar:, 

Milligan. G., M.A.... Deln.it 

Milloy, John <;, uld 

Milne, A Bu.imsvilln 

.Vitcbell, J. W Mitchell 

Mitchell, W Mil! 

Moflat, Rohert C Wiilkerrini 

Moodie, R Tottenlu.m 

Moore, W Ottawa 

Morrison, J Cedarville 

Morrison, J.. Waddington, N Y., 1 .-. 

Monteath, Robert York Mills 

Murray, John G Hi 

Murray, J. L F-aMim >re 

Musgrave, P West s Corners 

Mackay, John MeK 

Mackie, John Lachiite.C. K. 

McArthur, Rohert 

McBain, J. A. F Drummondville 

McKeracher, C Howie:;, i. K. 

McColl, Angus Ch;< 

McColl, John DuiLilaa 

McConechy. James 

McConnell, W Oar 

McCuaig, Finlay Clinton 

McDermid, N Walla* 

McDermid, P Birkhall 

McDiarmid, Duncan Woo 

McDiarmid, A Seaf orth 

McDonald. A. C Thau; 

McDonald, A. D Klora. 

M cDonal l, J Stornov. ay 

McDonald, K Morrinton 

McF.wen, John Pen: 

McFaul, Alexander CaUuou 

McGuire, T GleiKillan 

Mclunes. D. J AHanf ord 

Mcln tosh, James Amherst Island. 

McKay, Adam Teeswuu-r 

McKay, Alex Elmira, 111. U.S. 

McKay, W. A , M.A Cheltenham 

McKenzie, Donald Embro" 

McKenzie, Robert North Gower 

McKenzie, William Almonte 

McKinnon. Neil WitrdsvUle 

McLaren, W Ottawa 

McLean,.A., AM Freeltou 

McLean, Andrew Puslinoh, 

McLean, Archibald Bl>tho 

McLennan, G Ilmristou 

McLennan, A. Speedio 

McMillan, D Lobo 

McMechan, J Picton 

McMillan, John Mount K< ivi-t 

McMullen, W. T Woodstock 

McNabb, J Kfd River 

McPherson, Licl Ian ...Williams 

McPherson, Thomas Stratford 

McQuarrie, H PrijiCetou 

McQueen, A. F Uyo 

McRohie, John Jarvis 

McRuer, Duncan ; Ayi 

McTavish, John Woodvitle- 

McVicar, D. H., D.D Montreal 

McWilliam, W., M.A Bowmanton 

Nishet, James Prince Albert, H. B.. 

Park, William Durham 

Paterson, D., M.A St. Andrews 

Paterson, John Dunsford 

Paterson. N Williamstown 

Peattie, W Clarcmont 

Porteous, John Kirkwall 



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Pringle, James Brampton 

Pritchard, J J mkliili 

Proudfoot, John J. A London 

Keeve. K Kockwood 

Reid. William, A. Ill Toronto 

Kecnio. J Falkirk 

Rei. -.vick. K Newry 

Richardson, W Tilsonburgh 

Boner ti >n, James Paris- 

ison. J.tnirfs Norwich 

K"b<Ttson. \Vm., ll.A Chesterfield 

Rogers. P. Collingwood 

Roger. J. M., A.M Peterboro 

Roger, W. W., A.M. Petrolia 

Ross, John Brueefield 

Scoti, John London 

Scott, John Napanee 

Scott, J. K Cambray 

Scott. Robert Camlachie 

Scott. W NewCarlisle, Q. 

Simpson, A. B Hamilton 

Simpson G Westminster, London 

Simpson. \\". II Kilbride 

Stewart. Archibald Kilmartin 

Stewart, C. Owen Sound 

Stewart. Donald Lancaster 

Smart, W Gananoque 

Sme .lie, Georire Fergus 

Smith, James K., A.M Gait 

Smith, John Bowmanviile 

Smith, J. W Graftou 

Steele. II. D Almonte 

Sutherland, G Kintal 

Sutherland, W. R Strathburn 

lait, A. W Bristol, Q. 

Tait, J Fitzroy Harbour 

Taylor, William, D.D Montreal 

Thorn, James. B.A Enniskillen 

Thompson, John Sarnia 

Thomson, A St. Eustache, Q. 

Thomson, II Winterbourne 

Thomson, James A Erin 

Thornton, R II.. D.D Oshawa 

Tolmie, Andrew Saugeen 

Topp, Alexander, D.D Toronto 

Torrance, Robert Guelph 

Traver. A. J Brockville 

Turnbull, J Melrose 

fUre, Robert Goderich 

Waddell. Alexander W Ridgetown 

Walker, William Chatham 

"Wallace, R Toronto 

Warden, R. H Bothwell 

Wardrope, Thomas Guelph 

"Waters, D., LL.D St. Mary s 

Watson, James, A.M. Huntingdon 

White, Joseph, B.A. Wakefield, C. E. 

Whyte, James Osgoode 

Wightrnan. Thomas Lefroy 

Wilson, Andrew Kingston 

Wilson, T Seneca 

"Wifhart, David Madoc 

"Wright, P .. Ingersoll 

Young, Alexander Montreal 

Young, G. P Toronto 

Young v S Auburn 

Young, W. C Norwood 

Ministers without Charge and 
Ministers retired. 

Baird, J Toronto 

Cairns, J 

Carruthers, J. G 

Clark, W 

Coutts, D Brampton 

Duff, John Elora 

Dunlop, J. J Toronto 

Fayette, J. S. A. F Komoka 

Fletcher, C Goderich 

Gordon, H Gananoque 

Hay, William 

Inglis, William Toronto 

Kennedy, A London 

Lawrence, G Toronto 

McGlashan, L North Pelham 

McKay, R. D Utica 

Meldrum, W Harrington 



Sett, John Lakelet 

Wardrope, David 

Probationers and Missionaries. 



Allan, A. 
Baikie, J( hn 
Bethune, J. 
Blair, H. 
Breckenridge, J. 
Bremner, George 
Burnfield, George 
Calmer, J. G. 
Clark, N. 
Davidson, D. 
Fleming, Robert 
Forlorig . W. 
Gray, John 
Haigh, George 
Leutzinger, H 
Lowry, M. 
McDiarmid, H. J. 
McDonald, D. 
McDonald, J. A 



McFarlane, .7. 

McKenzie. M. 
McLaren, Peter 
McLean, J. 
Mc.Naughton, A. 
Matheson. W. 
Munroc. J. M. 
Reeve, W. 
Ritchie, T. 
Ross. W. 
Rowat, A. 
Stevenson, R. 
Stewart, Jamea 
Stewart, John 
Straith, John 
Taylor, J. B. 
Troup, W. 
Urquhart, A. 
Watt, J. B. 



Of the above, several have received 
calls to vacant congregations. 



Presbytery of Stamford* 

ly CONNECTION WITH THE UNITED PRES 
BYTERIAN CHURCH OF NORTH AMERICA. 

Rev. John Weir, JUnderator. 
Rev. John Gillespie, Clerk. 

Acheson, Robert Gait 

Gillespie, John Milton 

McGill, James Stamford 

Robertson, John Walton 

Smith, Alexander Port Hope 

Weir, John London 



\Vesleyaii Methodist Clmrch 
in Canada* 

Rev.W. M. Punshon. M.A., President. 
Rev. E. Evans, D.D., Co-Delegate.. 
Rev. Alex. Sutherland, Secretary. 
Rev. Enoch Wood. D.D. 
Rev. L. Taylor, D. D. 

Adams, Ezra(<Sp d) Drayton 

Adams, Richard N. ... Long Isl. Locks 

Adams, William Robinson j 

Addison, Peter Homing s Mills 

Agar, John Angus 

Allen, Henry W. P LUtowel 

Allen, James Exeter 

A Hum, Charles Rankin 

Ames, William Aylmer, Ont. 

Anderson, James Thornbury 

Andre, Wm Preston 

Andrews, Alfred Mohawk 

Andrews, William Omemee 

Armstrong, And w... South Mountain 

Armstrong, Jas. (Sup d) Thorold 

Armstrong, John (Sup d) Listowel 

Armstrong, John 2nd ... Cla renceville 

Armstrong, John B Chambly 

Ash, John C Ca apbellford 

Atkinson, Thomas Almoute 

Austin, Nathan Walter s Falls 

Awde, James Millbrook 

Aylesworth, I.E., JU.D.(Sup d)0\ven S d 

Baker, Isaac Walter s Falls 

Barber, Ozias (Sup d) Strathroy 

Barker, W. R Fenelon Falls 

Barrass, Edward Albion 

Bawtenhimer, H. (Sup d) Paris 

Bawtenhimer, Peter Lynedock 

Baxter, John (Sup d) Point Abino 

Baxter, Michael (Sup d) Fenwick 

Bell, Robert Newburg 

Bell, Thomas Bolton 

Benson, Manly Newbury 

Berry, Francis Collingwood 

Betts, Jonathan E Tilsonburg 

Beynon, George (Sup d) Weston 

Bigg&f, Hamilton (Sup d)... Brantford 



Blackstock, W. S Goderich 

Bland, Henry F Kingston 

Blanshard, Shem Strathallan 

Bond, Stephen Mount Forest 

Borland, John St. John s 

Boyd, John H. (Sup y) Toronto 

Bredin. Jo jn . Newtonbrook 

Brethour, David L Belleville 

Briden, Wm Pittsburg (Kingston). 

Bridgman,Geo.H.,J/.^l. St. Catharines 

Briggs, Joel Georgetown 

Briggs, William London 

Bristol, Coleman, M.A.f.... Ainleyville 

Brock, James St. Catharines 

Brock, Thomas Pakenham 

Broley, James Beamsvillo 

Brooking. Robert Hiawatha 

Brown, George Lloydtown 

Brown, George M Invermay 

Brown, Nelson (Sup d) Listowel 

Brown, William D Odolltown 

Brownell, Daniel E Vienna 

Brownell, Stephen (Sup d) Moulznette 

Browning, Arthur Percy 

Bryers, William Norwich 

Burns, Nelson, ll.A.(Sup y)....1U\tr>n 

Burns, William Oakwood 

Burwash, J, M.A.,P,-of Saokville.N.B. 
Burwash.N. M.A. jFVo/ .Vic.C.,Cot,ourg 
Burwash, Nathaniel S... Durham, Ont. 

Bury, William Harrold HolJin 

Byers, Henry (Sup d) Kingston 

Byrne, Claudius (Sup y) Fairfield 

Cairns, Hugh Lawrenceville 

Calvert, George W Aylmer, Out. 

Campbell, Alexander Montreal 

Campbell, Alex. R Smithville 

Campbell, Peter Edmonton House 

Campbell. Thomas Uxbridge 

Campbell. Thomas M Dunnville 

Cardus, Thomas Thorold 

Carr, George Ameliasburg 

Carroll, John (Sup d) York villa 

Carson, Wellington W Streetsville 

Case, George Colborne 

Capson, Wesley Gananoque 

Cathcart, John Howick 

Cattanach, David Cookstown 

Chalmers, David Bell s Corners 

Chambers, Alexander C Markham 

Chambers, Andrew B Cousecon 

Chant, Joseph II Osgoode 

Chapman, J. A..Undergradua(e,Vic.Co\. 

Chapman, William Ridgetown 

Charbonnell, Thomas Uranby 

Charlton, Edward, B.A.... Thornbury 

Charlton, James Belmont 

Chown, Edwin, B.A Tilsonburg 

Christopherson. Hall Gait 

Clappison, David C Exeter 

Clark, George Mooretown 

Clark, John S Grimsby 

Clark, Richard Welland 

Clarkson, John B., B.A Montreal 

Clement, Benjamin Richwood 

Clement, Edwin Streetsville 

Cleworth, Thomas Londesboro 

Clipeham, John W Cold Water 

Cobb, Thomas Trenton 

Cochran, George Toronto 

Cole, Benjamin (Sup d) Grauby 

Coleman, Francis Millbank 

Coleman, William Vroomanton 

Colling, Thomtis, B.A Oakvillo 

Colling , Joseph Rosemont 

Connolly, Daniel Richmond 

Constable, Thomas W Aultsvillo 

Cookman, Christopher ... Thaznesford 

Corbett, John Playfair 

Cornish, George II Rockwood 

Corson, Robert (kiup d) Cobourg 

Cosford, Thos. (Chairman*) Whitby 

Cragg, Edward Bayfield 

Crane, Isaac Hollin 

Creighton, K. (Chairman) Owen Sound 
Creighton, William... Fitzroy Harbour 
Crews, Thomas Belmont 



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CLERGY. 



101 



Cross, Win Wallaceburg 

Crosby, Thomas... Indian Tribes, B.C. 

Culbert, Thomas Wallaceburg 

Culien, Thomas ....Deinorestville 

Cunningham, Andrew Thornhiil 

Curry, Erastus S Sault Ste. Marie 

Darlington, R. (Sup y) Whitby 

Davey, Robert Dandas 

Davis. George ^.(Chairman) Peterboro 

D.ivies, John Button. P. Q. 

Deacon, Joseph Orillia 

Demore^t, Thomas (Sup d) Stirling: 

Derrick, Thomas Cariboo 

Dewart,E.H.(/. of Guardian} Toronto 

Dingman, Garret J Bridgewater 

Dickson. G. N. A F.T Bowinanville 

Doel, John (Sup y) Toronto 

Dorion, Joseph A Roxton 

Dcuglas, George. LL.D Montreal 

Douglas. John (Sup y) Montreal 

Douse, John Pari = 

Dowler, John A Elgin 

Down, Samuel Thurso 

Doxsee, Arrhelaug Shannon villc 

Dreunar,. Alex Gaspe 

Dundas. Braba/.on B Coboconk 

Dyer, Jame-i E Lambeth 

Dyre, Will.um K St. George 

Eby, C. B. (Undergraditate)...Vlc.Qott. 

Edmison, Thomas J Omemee 

K lwarJs, Andrew Finsral 

jEdwaris, W. \V. (Student)...\Ki. Coll. 

Elliot;.. James London ! 

iiuglish. John Rawdon 

English, Noble F Klora 

English, William Granby 

Evans, E, D.O.(Go-l>degatf)\or]ivnie 

Evans, John S Morrifiborg 

Fawceit, Michael Oakville 

Fear, Samuel Battersea 

Feather. Thomas Wellesley 

Ferguson, George Port Rowan 

Ferguson, Ji-hn Demorestville 

Ferguson. Thomas A Berlin 

Fessant, Edwin Newboro 

Field. George H. (Sup d).... Smithvilie 

i ife.Wm. II 15. ml Ii^.,1 

Fish, Charles Richmond Hill 

Fisher, John S Harmony 

Fletcher, Ashton (Sup y)... .Brampton 

Ford, William . I Drummondville 

Foreman. Richard J Arva 

FowW, Hiram Cook-hire 

Fowler, Robert, M.O Orillia 

Freshman, C., D.L> Lindsay 

Freshman, Jacob (Agent V. C.) Lindsay 

<}alr>raith, Wm Hamilton 

Galloway, Joseph Charing Cri S.s 

uarrett, John C Bith 

Gee, Daniel fc! F StoufTviUe 

Genii, -y. .Mm (S*c. U. C. B. S.) Toronto 
Jennan. J. >hu K., M.A... St Williams 

.ii-tunr,, John W Port Dover 

-German, Peter Mnn.-ev 

Gilbert. C. W. M. (SufSd) ... Lynedock 

G >ld. Isaac Ve^pra 

Goodson. G. (Chairman) Strathroy 

Goodwin, lames Bond Head 

Godfrey, Robert Ila-stings 

G i-d, ii. James A Montreal 

Graham. .James Clinton 

Gray, Jas. ( Cluiinnan) Wellington S^. 

Green MeX. T. (Sand] Port H<,pn 

Green. \.. D.D.(Hnn d) Toronto 

Grcei,. .l.isia Chatsworth 

Green- r, ,)a"ies Newburg 

Grnr.Xl. J. ihn Arkona 

Grifiin, Wiiiinni S Toronto 

Iladden. Thomas Aylwin 

Hadwin, Thomas. ..Dorchestvr Station 

ILtgar. Joseph M., B.A Coatieoke 

Hall, William, M.A Prescott 

Hall. it) Victoria C Jl.-ue 

Ilalstcud, Wm 

Hamilton, Christopher Mono 

JTamin. Thomas Paisley 

Ilannon. James Hamilton 



Hansford, William Barrie 

Hanson, Charles A.... (Sup d) Oakville 

Hardie, Alex., MA Montreal 

Hardie. David Hall s Bridge 

Hare, John J. (Student)... Victoria Coll. 

Hare, Robert B Merrickville 

Harper, K.B...M.A (Chairman) Guelph 

Hirris. Alexander G Leamington 

Harris, Edward Ormstown 

Harris, James Birr 

Hawl-.e, William Mitchell 

Hay, William (O/mmrtcm)...Cookstown 

H.-iy hurst. William Kincardine 

Healy, E. A. (Student) Victoria College 

Henderson. Wm, C., M.A Cornwall 

Herkimer. Wm. (Sup d) ... New Credit 

Hewitt, William J Canton 

11-yland, Rowley (Sttp d) Fairfield 

Hi -ks, William Watford 

Hill, Joseph Port Elgin 

Hill, Newton Brock 

H KJgsou, John... Teviotdale 

Holmes, John Winchester 

Hoimes, Joseph W Claigvale 

Holtby, Matthias (Sup d)... Lynedoek 

Hooker, La Roy Waterloo, P. Q 

Ilouirb, John Millbank 

Houghtoa, Lutlier(<S?/p y) Brockville 

Howard, Isaac B Port Hope 

Howard, Thomas S Orangeviile 

Howard, Viucent B. (<S<;^>V)...Cobourg 

Ho%ves, John Clarendon 

Unwell, Jacob E.,M.A C*nnifton 

Hughes. Jnmes(Sap d) Col borne 

Hunt, David Romuey 

Hunt, Francis (Sup !/) ct. Armand 

Hunt, John Aurora 

Hunter, Sanluel J Montreal 

Huciter. Wm. J Hamilton 

Huntingdon, 8il.ta Wellington 

Iluriburt, Asahel (Su,. d) Mitchell 

Hurlburt, Erastus... Chi istiau Islands 
Huriburt, Svlve--ter(.S^/> rf)... Prescott 

Hurlburt. Thus Point Abino 

Ilutchiuson, John (Sxp d)... Hamilton 
In^alls, Edmutid .S. i.V/. y) ... Granby 
Ireland. Francis C. . .S ;< ^)...La Chute 

Irwin, William Sharon 

[siiac. John Durham 

Ivison, James A Alnwick 

Irvine, Henry Metis 

Jackson, Thomas St. GKirge 

Jackson. Willhm Danville 

Jacques. George Artemesia 

Jtin. S. Kich-irc! G Weliand 

Jewell, John A., H.A Saiitlj\ilfo 

JetTers, Thomas (Sap d) Toronto 

-. W., D.D Osluiwa 

Jeffrey, Thomas W Milton 

Ji-iiniiiiTs. David (S ip d) Weston 

Johnston, David A Florence 

Jiihuston. Hu ^h, M.A Toronto 

Johnson, Joshua II. . M.A Quebec 

Johnson, Wui Drayton 

Johnson, Mosus M. (Sup d) Jerse> ville 

.lohnson, Thomas L Orignal 

JollittV, Willi<m J Newcastle 

, Cornelius A New Ireland 

Jones, Kicbard (Sup d) Cobourg 

Jones, Krirauiid S Komney 

. Peter W Albion 

Kappellw, Stephen Hamilton 

Keaiiy, John i! . / .A. (Sup y) Dundas 

Ku ler, lirnjtmin B Brantford 

Kelliim. Henry Lucknow 

i-lelly, Thomas St. Armand 

Kennedy, David. M.A Erin 

Kennedy. George L Orignal 

Kennedy, James Mount Brydges 

Kenny. George H Wicgham 

Ke lUpjIi, Jabez B North Gower 

!\e m- h. T. .S. i f;,.m:rul Atjnit) Cobourg 

Keppel. John II Bruce Mines 

KIT. IVter (> // </) ... Drurnmoudville 

K"i-r, John L Dawn Mills 

Ki-rr, Kidiard A Otterville 

Kiigour, Joseph Tweed 

[U1J 



Kines, James Keene 

Knight, A. G., B.A Shannon ville 

Koyl, E. L Centreville 

Laird. James Woodslee 

Laird, John G Fergus 

Laird, Wm. H Dundas 

Lake, John N. (Sup d)... St. Catharines 

Lambly, 0., B.A Georgevilie 

Langtord, A. (Chairman) Chatham 

Lanton, Henry (Sup d) Hamilton 

Latimer, J. F. (Sup y!... Port Stanley 
Lavell, C., M.A. (Chairman) Stratford 

Lawson, Thomas Onondaga 

Leach, George (Agent). ,.\. C. Cobourg 

Leach, Webster W Tamworth 

Learoyd, John Ingersoll 

Lee, Robert Carp 

Lester, Alexander Wt-stmeath 

Lever, John (Sup d) Belleville 

Lewis, Jo?hua P.... Point Levi 

Locke, Joseph II Kliueburg 

Lochead, R. (Sup d) Me iford 

Longley, B. (Student) Vic. Col. Cobourg 

Lucas, Daniel V Watert ord 

Lund, Wm Port Stanley 

McCallum, Edwin Oil Spriujrs 

SIcCallum, Joseph W Saruia 

McCann, Alfred Enniskillen 

McCartney, James Teeswat er 

McOlung, James A Mauvers 

McCullough. Wm Markham 

McCullough, W. S., B.A... Bloom field 

McCullough. Robert Pjirnia 

McDonald, Davidson Leslieville 

McDonald. Malcolm (Sup d) Stanstead 

McDonagh, Wm Newcastle 

McDougall, G.. Victoria,Saskatchewan 

McDougall, John Elk River 

McDowell, D. C. (Ch n.)... Smith s Falls 

McDowell, Henry North Douro 

McFadden, Wm Brampton 

M^acfarlane, James Smith s Falls 

McGill, Wm Merriekville 

Mclntyre, Charles E Wateiilown 

McLean, Hugh Sa Iford 

McMullen, Daniel (Sup y) Pjcton 

McMullen, Thos. (6"wp i/) ....Yorkvillc 

McNamara, George Arthur 

McRitchie. George Simcoe 

Madden, David B. (Sup d)... Castloton 

Madden, George C Pittsburg 

Malian, John Wyoming 

Manning, Henry M Tonisfll 

Mark, Robert, M.D Brighton 

Jiassou, James l.x n 

Maxwell, Henry W Ulverton 

Matheson, James Alislon 

Jlatthews, Henry S Hanover 

Maudsley, Samuel E Shawln-idge 

Meacham, G. M., M.A Mi ntreal 

Messmore, Joseph (Sup d) Simcoa 

Might, Samuel (Sup d) Port Hope 

Miles, Stephen (Sup d) Newburgh 

Miller, Aaron D. (Sup d) ... Hamilton 

Miller, Gilbert (Sup y) Picton 

Miller, Wm. W Ilarrowsmith 

Milliktn, Andrew Gun ie 

Mills, John Drummond v ille 

Mills, William Aurora 

Mitchell, George, B.A Oil Springs 

Montgomery, James Eglinton 

Morrow, Edward, M.A Princeton 

Morton. Wm Matilda 

Neelands, John Adelaide 

Nelles, S.S.,D.D. Prm.Vic.Col.Cobourg 

Norris, James (Sup d) Omemea 

Norton, Wm Bannock burn 

Oliver, Robert F Bobcaygeon 

Oshorne, John C Marmora 

Parent, Amand.-.Lake of Two Mounts 

Parker, Win. It.. M.A Brantford 

Patty son, Wm. M Norwood 

Peake, Wm. H Bearbrook 

Pearen, James (Student) Victoria Coll. 

Pearson, Marmaduke L OiL^a. 

Pearson, Thomas D llullsville 

Perry, Charles E....... Arlcir.u!- "u. 



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[1871. 



Peterson, A. L Avonmore 

Pii-f ys. Richard (Sup d) ... Ridgetown 
Phillip-?. Samuel B. (Sup d) Caintown 

Phillip*. Simiiel Durham 

Phillips Hubert Oranneville 

Phi, p. John. K.A Windsor 

Philp. Samuel C Frankford 

Pl ilp. S C.. jun Cooksville 

Pli:i[i. Win. (Sup d) Waterdown 

Pi-ne, Wm Carlton Place 

P lli. ird. VV m Cobourg 

Pool*. Jacob (Sup y) Conkstown 

Pool.*. Wm. II Hamilton 

r. Richard Moira 

i Montreal 

>n . Fames ( Cftatrman)Wood8tock 

Pii.v. Win Seaforth 

Punshon Win., M A. (fV.Qwj.) Toronto 

. Wm Renfrew 

Henry Prince Albert 

T. iomas R Hanover 

r. A. IL.M.A. Prof., Viet. College 

Ms. * . C. (Student) Cobourg 

-1 Is. Jo-vph (Sup y)... Waterford 

Ms. Hubert Rosemoiit 

Luth r .! Nile 

Bioe S.D..0.fl.(7V. (K.F.CW.)lIamiUon 

Ki.-h-i Js in, Kzekiel Fullerton 

: lis in. George T Rondeau 

: Is >ii. James E Compton 

i d-i n. Wm. 11 Bobcaygeon 

. Jlm Gosport 

v. W.ilrer Stoney Creek 

llilan. H, William Stirling 

. Xavier Knowlton 

in, :i iM!i..!w Iliah lilufTs 

llouinson. J. (1 Markdale 

isdii. Rirhaid Farnham 

11 ibmson. Robert. .Madoc 

lloV-son, Ebeuezer Castleton 

R;,b OH, George (Sup d) Frankford 

, iie>rgrf Franklin Centre 

Rov.J.. ?..-!,. Oas.A f as.,Vic.Col.Cob >urg 

Rose, Bnx:k Glentay 

S imuel (Book Steward) Toronto 

V:n W Toronto 

It AH, Ja-m-s S. (*/n ! ,it) Victoria Cull. 

,!. Wm. II., B.A Hatley 

rt, K. S. B.A Wilton 

MH >s K Victoria, V. I. 

11. Ah ivd L., 13. A Brampton 

II. John North Gore 

Kutt:in. John II Rockinghatn 

Kyan. Du-id Burford 

Ky.-in. \Villiiim (Si.udent) Victoria Coll. 

:ian.K.r..,J/..4.(C //7)m.)Stanstead 

Kyersi ii. Egert , D.D., LL.D., Toronto 

ii, John (Sup d) Brantf.ird 

. ii. \Vm. (Sup d) ... Grand River 
S<li >\vs, Edward (Sup d) Collingwood 

Ulan St. Clair 

S.a:i ler.-i. John (ffadtrgrad.) Viet. Coll. 

is. Joseph Ij Rama 

son, <>. R. (Cllrtin.).... Belleville 
i s in. J., 1st (5 r ;/a)...Peterboro > 

is in. J.. 2nd Caistorville 

Joseph E., M.A Perth 

\Vm Alice 

..Sauu, U r;. Ja i: 1! Mallorytown 

Sav.ii", J lhn W Glanford 

KavajT". V. m York 

. \Vm Frelighsburg 

n. John Park Hill 

ir, Alinira J Grey 

i. (ieo<ge A Port Stanley 

r. An-.-lm Ardoch 

Jonathan (Sup d) Brampton 

>.!) Montreal 

i"! !!. /; .1 Elora 

. in. (Chairman) Napanee 

U m. L Three Rivers 

. J., M.D. (fiupd) Montreal 

c Lilnill 

Henry (Sup d) Hudson 

MI U m Mabeily 

i Weston 

Wia. (Sxp d) Shawbridge 



Shaw,VV.J., B.A., ii.&IIemmingfor 1 

Shepherd, Wm. W Plattsvill 

Shepley, Joseph Wnrdsvi 11 

Sheridan, \\ m Spencervill 

Sherlock, Benjamin r\ivonne!l 

Shorey. Kdmuud S Amhcrst burgh 

Short. Win Kenell i 

Sickles, Abraham Muncey 

Silvester, Charles Baltimore 

Simpson. James Collfiei-l 

Sing Samuel Plain vil.i- 

Slater, James C., (Climn.)... Peni irote 

Sloan. James W Warsaw 

Smil.-sy, John, M.A LUCID 

Smith, Andrew A Newmark -t 

Smith, Xathaniel Trowbrid e 

Smith, Robert H Lee Is 

Sparling, J.W. ( Under yra<t.) Vic. Coll 
Squir. . George II., B.A., New Glasg >w 

Stafford. Ezra A Kingsville 

Starr, J. H St. Thorn is 

steer. Wm. (Sup d) Baltimore 

Steinliaur, Henry ... White Fish Laic 

Stenuinii. George Kn >wlr. m 

Siinson, Joseph II Mind n 

Stepli.-nson, Wm. (Chairman) Otta.va 

Stewart. John Marblet n 

Stewart. John II Unsl-iw 

Stobbs, Thomas Greenwood 

Striu, tellow, C Kii kf :ii 

Snn.iay, John Alnwick 

Sutherland, A. (Sec. ofConf) Toronto 

Suth-rltnd. 1). G., M.A Kingst >i> 

Button, William Coboconk 

Swann Matthew Drayt m 

Sweet. Edmund E Sawyervi le 

Tag. art, Charles Stirli-ii: 

Tallman. Isaac B Hullsvihe 

Taylor. Edward H Milton 

Taylor, L., D.D. (Mis. Sec.).... T. ron*. 

Taylor, Wm Wyomin: 

Tees-m. Samuel .North Wiikefiel.i 

Tennent, Klisha Saugeen 

Teskey, Ebenezer Xapier 

Thompson, Christopher L... Kenneb-c 

Thompson, Daniel W I>isto\v 1 

Thompson. Jas (^^> d)...Ameliasliu _ 

Tomlin. William Pakenham 

Tompkin.s, John (Sup d) Stanste id 

Totte:i, John W Edwardsburi. 

Tovell, Isaac Georgetown 

Turver. CliHrles Daveup >rt 

I oy, -1 md, John 

Tuckley, Henry Lon Ion 

Tucker, Richard L Birh 

Tucker, Samuel Parry Souinl 

Tucker, Win : Maxwell 

Tupper. K. M. Elgin Ind. Sch., Muncey 

Tuni -r, William T Kincardine 

Vaniust-n. Conrad Ay lmer, (.J. 

WadJell. Robert H KemptvilU 

Wak^ field, John (C/iairn.) Sherbrouke 

WaMr.>n. S. (Sup d) Sarnia 

Walker Thomas Portage du Fort 

Walsh. Win Pickering 

Wilton. John Sidney 

Walton, John, 2nd... Franklin Ceutie 

Ward. Edward A Maitliud 

Warin-T. Lewis, (C7inzrum)... Thai-old 
WashiiiL ton, Edwin S., .;!. ..Whitbv 
Wasliington, Geo. (Sup y) ... Oak .-ill e 
Washiiiirtfii. George. //./1...JIelbo.irn^ 
W.-tsliinirlou, W. C., M.A., N. Aug ist 

Witson, Coverdale Londesboro 

Watson, W. C., M.A Beachville 

Wiss. John B., B.A Farmersvilie 

W-bster, John Musk >ka 

rtldon. Isaac MiLi .ird 

White. Edward (Chairman), Nairr ni. 

Whiting, James Ark m,-i 

Whiting, Richard St. Mary s 

Wi -her. John W Crai^ha .-! 

VV ilkinson. I II t lio 

Will. I hineas D M 

AVilhams, David Amibel 

Will ams. J. A. (Chairman) Rrnckviile 
Williams, Richard W r Darlington 

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Williams, Thomas !: 

Williams. Thomas G Huntingdon 

Williams, W. II. i >, j/(/il)i\onV Corn-rs 
Williston, John Ii. (Sup d) Strathroy 

Willonghby, Wm Waterdown 

Wiiloughby, N. R.., M.A Picton 

Wiimott, J. C., MA C:iinsvi!la 

Wilson, Alliert Chark-s Boaverton 

Wilson Johu Avlwiu 

Wilson, John. B.A Amelissburg 

Wilson, John Carr.ill Cartwrlght 

Wilson, John V La Chute 

W T ilson, Richard . Calava |tii 

Wilson, Samuel Farm.rsvill8 

Winter, Davi I Cbkwood 

Withrow, Win. II.. 31 A >i 

Wood, K., D.D. (Mis. &<; ... Toronto 

Wooiisworth. James Stavner 

Woodsworth. Kii-haid W ChaUiam 

Ho, 1-ey, Thomas ll!: rersvilli 

Wright. David (f!ii)i ,l) Guelph 

Wright.W l ...v.,(. yVo.f .O./.IIain-lfn 

Youmaiis. Jay S Bra 

Young, Egerton R .\orw;>y ! 

Young. Geoive Rxl lliver 

Yoniijr, Wm. (Sup d) " ivnton 

Vouug, Wm. John Cataraqui 



MetHodist Tiew Connexion. 

Rev. W. Cocker, D.T> . 

<if MiFginn.* and I Resident nf Ounfa- 

rt-ncf, L"i: 
Rev. W. Mi-CI-nri T. i/ til-.r/Kil Tutor, 

Slinron, Ontario. 

W. Latimer, Fuuin Ferrr.trtrif, Selton. 
ilev. James Seymour, Cleric of Cwife- 

rertc", Inger^oll. 
Rev W. Tindall. Secretary of Publitk- 

iny Com mi /ii-r, (Jorrie. 

Adkins, T. 0. (Super.) I.ansdo-wno 

Auld. I) Calf; 

Raskervillo, .T 3i.if.>rU 

IJell. .rallies (Sap-r.) London 

lioilnvel, Wm. (Super.). ...Tl\s<>nbur% 

Hirks, Wm 

iiain. J. (Super.) < 

Brown, E. F Kden 

lirown, G 

Bug-. in. G l)m 

Barltrop, C i:. 

Beard, II. S Smith s Vr. l* 

Col-, T. (Local Eldei-) On> 

Caswell, James Cavan 

Cocker,W.. / ./ . ...!, i/!(l< u 

(X urry. C. (Sitpei-.) liellaiore 

Crawford, J. (Super.) Crumoro 

Caswi Il. John C St. Mary s 

O^mpsey. A. F !-V:,v,-i,-k 

Danard, W. 15 Amen 

IVm-il A. 1! A*"il:rid 

f)"pew, S. F If:! 

!l is-tader, J. W I/.icknow 

D.lVJri, J L UIS IOU 71 

KlUoti, John Moniit Furest 

FolHck, Jos : .[:h I Ht^ lriwn 

Fox, Thi ims DniMiviUo 

Fowler. J. II Ki-t 1!- il 

Fuller, M Paisley 

ilairy. R. (Lucid Eiiirr) Al- 

Gold smith. T Itund.ts 

liaddis. .lames iSnnT.) B( 

Gundy, W. (Supn:) Tall> >:v;l!o 

Gundy, James Ca\ u ;a 

Gnndy, S. li *in-.-.ra 

Gundy, Joseph R Drtvhi.iri 

L ed. J. li iixf.nd Mills 

Gier, J. (Local El/ f.r) Dunham. Q. 

Kail, W 

llaney, I. (Local Eider) Sy inrr 

!, F Klli.riiii 

Histon. John (Super.} Capetown 

Hill. James..... I! peler 

li iiir. W Arnjirior 

Hill, R. N r c i >mtME 

Holnu-s, E Aylniev 



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103 



Hull, n.(St<i>fr.) Arkwright 

Iluiiiltnn. T ArkwriL ht 

Hocking, J Wlatton 

Henderson, W Hcton 

Jeffries, T. M Belurave 

Jackson, T Go U-rich 

Jack-on, G Hillier 

Johnston, R Frankville 

Jones, Robert Amherstburg 



Benson, M Bothwell 

Benson. 0. E Dresden 

Burdet, C Pleasant Hill 

Bristol B Lynden 

Bristol, E Ancaster 

. Brown. W. G Jerseyville 

Beeraer, A Hamilton 

Cook, R. B Hannon 

Gulp. D Wa erdown 



Jackson, .. W Walkerton i Collins, J. M Lakeside 

.U L N. (..) Dunham, E. Q. : Cl)ins, A. J Bayfield 

Charlesworth, W Lut<>n 

Collamore, 0. G Inger.-oll 

Cutler, J. B Point Abino 

Draper, E Springfield 

Davis, J. T Newbury 



Ki-tflinw, J. B Holstein 

Kay, John Milton 

Kay. J. R Aurora 

Leith, 11 Lavender 

Leaver, J. J. A Dunnville 

McClur , Wm Montreal ! Draper. J Tapleytown 

McAllister. J Lynden Diinmick, M Rockwood 

Dickie, N R.mdeau 

Duff, R Enni>kil!en 

Dark J Goderich 

Eastman. C. S Seatbrth 



McGuire, J 

McK>ii7.ie, D. M Erin 

Mclielvey. C Hamilton 

MOBS, Win. H Drumquin 

McCaun, Wm Milford 

McDiarmid, N. A 

Ktigent, F Watertbrd 

eii T.(Super.) Frankville 



Elliott, J. N Strathroy 

Elliott. Z Petrolia 

Jviieri,-k, J. W Bothwell 

Fansher, W Embro 



Orr, J. S Fairchilds, J. F Vienna 

IIara. J Newboro j Griffin, D Sparta 



Orme, J. II Selton 

Pre.-t"D. W Dingle 

Pack. .lames (Super.) Picton 

Peck. W East Dunham 



Griffith, A.E ...................... Seaf.rth 

Graham, Wm ................... St. Mary s 

Gardener, J. (Ed. C. C. Ad.) Hamilton 



Carman. A., A. M. 

Carscadden, D ........................ Kor-st 

Carson. R ................... Mount . 

Crouter, D ........................ Gf-tletou 

Curts, J .............................. Palermo 

Card. S ................................. Orono 

Dockham. H ........................ Oakville 

Deuike, R. B ................... Darlington 

Egan, J .............................. Miiiden 

Edmunds, E ....... . ............. Frankfort 

Finn. F. M ......................... ^ohmir^ 

Foster. J ......................... Kimbci-le ,- 

Hilts. J H ......................... VI 

Hiscocks, J ..................... WillowiiM 

Hunt, A ................................ i\iii_- 

Hutton. B. L ................... ... Oakville 

Johnson, H. Il.(Sup d) ...... Fninkf >rd 

Jones, G .............................. Stirling 

Knox, P. E ........................ Btiahtnn 

Lake. C. V ...................... Willoud* 1 ..? 

Large. R ........................ Kiucanlina 

Lawrence. B.(Sup d) ............ Newbury 

Lynch J 



L-nt. J. W ....................... Bramjiton 

Mayhee. A. C ..................... Bel- 

Miller, G ........................ Queeusvillw 

Morrison, S ......................... H.-dford 

Meyers. T ........................... Oak wood 

Marsh, R. W 



, W. D 



Inarirsoll 



Pitcher, J. T Toronto | Hartley, G Mt Bridges 



Robinson G Coboconk 

Rump. T. (Super.) St. Catharines 

Rolsr.,11, D. D Walkerton 

Rede .ff. R Fles-herton 

Rawson, Joseph Stayner | Johnston. G. H Jerseyville 

Richardson. G. ... Waterdown j Kennedy. J. H Florence 

Seymour, James (tf^per.) Straffordville J Kerr, S L Johnson 



Hubbell, J C Miidstone 

Hibbard, H. N Dunnville 

Jones, A Sylvan 

Jones, D. W AWnzton 



nr. J.C ..................... Inuersoll 



- H. J ........................... Atkona 



Swanson,O Cavanville Lounsbury, E Mt. Elgin 

Shuttlaworth, J Sweetsburg ! Livingston, J. A Brantford 

Savage, D London Lawrence, G London 



SUaw. James ..................... Strathroy 

Scott, Jas. (Super.) ......... Owen Smind 

Phaw. C ................................. Delhi 

Simth. D ........................ St. Mary s 

Smyth. Wm ...................... Qoderlch 

Tindall, Wm ......................... Gorrie 

Tyler. It. J ........................... Seneca 

Warren. J. 0. (Super.)...-... (iunanoque 
Walker. Jcihu ..................... Durham 

Walker. K .............................. Appin 

Walk.-r, A. 15 ..................... Ottrrville 

Weaver. F. G ........................ Berkley 

Wel,l. Wm ............................... Birr 

White. Janiiis .................. Taibotville 

Whitcombe, 0. (Super.) JstratTordville 
Wilkinson. John (Super.).. .Springford 



Locke. H ............................... Duirt 

Lvman, B ........................... Fail-field 

McLean, J ........................ Hamilton 

Miller, J ........................ Xanticoke 

Misner. D. W ................... Smi hville 

M.,ore. B. G ............... Widder Srati,)ii 

Morden, J. P ......................... Fin-.al 

McKay, J. W- ..................... Auburn 

Philij)s, J. R ..................... St. David s 

Parsons, R. C ..................... Well.tnd 

Pomeroy. D ........................ Ancastrr 

Palmer, II. B ................... SJomhwnld 

Reynolds, J ...................... l^rk Hill 

Ro ^e. J ............................... Watford 

Houston, T ......................... Oakland 

Stewart, S ........................... Lynden 



Wilkinson, Henry Nassagiweya | Smith. G. Rockwood 

Wilkinson, John A giuicoe ! Smith, F. M Momitsberg 

Wilkinson, T. L St. Catharines i Service, R Fenwick 

Williams, Elias Barfonviile Smith. F Leamington 

Williams, Wm... W.iterford | Terwfllager, S Kom. ki 

Willmott, W . Kendall Tuffi.rd. .). C Hi ton 

Vanwick. J Point Abino 

Webster, T Newbury 

Wood.J Norwirhville 

^ illlams, D Sinicoe 

Wright. M. A St. Mary s 

Vi IlliamKon, J. S London 

Yokom. W I rin-et ,n 

Yokom, J. W Springford 

ONTARIO CONFERENCE. 
Which meets at Colborne, the first 
Wednesday in May, 1871. 

Rev. J. Curts, Secretary. 

Archer, M. D Oaiafraxa 

Argue. T Uxbrid"e 

Bennett, G Queensviile 

Bradshajv, T. P Oakville 

Brooklin 



Wilsou, J. J LiEFord 



r<!etliodist Episcopal Clvurch 
in < aiiiiua. 

IIss tViri-fl Annual Conferences, and 
one (f- ntral Conference. The latter is 
Qua. lr- nnial. 

Rev. J;)K. Richardson. D.D.. Yorkville, 



NIAGARA CONFERENCE. 

j l- tsat H-imilton. Ont., the 
tLlrd Wednaeday in April. 1871. 
AdtMDs. !0 ............................ Sombra 

Athi;l T ........................... Insrersoil 



, 
Xewson, C ......................... Castleton 

Norman. W. E ..................... Ti 

Norris. J. S ...................... Bell 

Owen, J. (Sup d) ......... Gunmarsh. 111. 



Perry, D 

t omeroy, J. C .................. Port 

Pomeroy, W. M ............... ... Omeinee 

Sanderson, R ....................... Myrtle 

Sanderson, J. W .................. Mwil Ttl 

Shepard, G ......................... Cobuurj; 

Sills, W. A ......................... Xorham 

Simpson, C. A 
Simpson. J. M 
Shaw, W. H ..................... Bramptou 

Smith, D ......................... Baltimora 

Taylor, C .......................... Creemore 

Thurstan, A. L ............... Geonretown 

Tindall, R. L ...................... Hanover 

Will. E ..................... Hornins s Mills 

Wild. J ........................... Belleville 

Wright, A ...................... Wallbridge 

Watts, J. H ..................... Tees, 

BAY OF QUINTE CONFERENCE. 
Whose next session will he held at 
l-yn commencing fourth Wednesday 
in Miy. 1871. 

F. B Stratton, Secretary. 

Andrews, J II ............... Loughboro 

Aniler>on. A. II .................. Nt-v.li ,r; 

Ayisworth. I. B ............... Charlwille 

Adams. J. Q ................... Gananoque 



Barker. I-.. Kent Brid./e Brotvn. T.C. 

Bart ram. E Canboro Campbell. A 



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B.-tts. L. A M.I- ver. 

Bird. W Mellville 

Blair, W Bel! 

Brill. I> Edward 

Brill. J Inkermau 

Brown, W T ...- Jlav 

Brown, D. (Sup d) ... Mountain ( 

Bull, J G New! 

Badgeley, E. J Arnprinr 

ilm. F Farmersvjlla 

Cla.k. J.T Selby 

^avy. M Napanee 

Jawson, A Egaiif-vili,; 

erguson, J Ly u 

"reuch, G BellrtVi llti 

rdhani. W. II Mi-ntVi W 

lallin-ell, J It, 

HI!. J Pom ; 

I ward. I-;. S Wolte Island 

lowHvd, N. II 

Hudgins. W. G MilforcJ 

, Invernry 

"" E Whir! 

i .. Ye 



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Lane. B Ottawa 

Lane. II. (Sup d) Morris, Illinois 

Martin, A Milford 

Mavity, John Milford 

JIcAmmond, T Brockville 

McNally, J. (Sup d) Vankleek Hill 

McDonald, T. H Newington 

Orser, K Kingston 

Orser. A. K Morven 

Per:y, D. (Sup d) Loughboro 

Peters, N. D Vennacher 

Phillips, W Newburg 

Piekett, T. W Odessa 

Pope. K. M Mallorytown 

Rotters. J. A Lyndhurst 

Il)M> J. L Merivale 

Service, W Tamworth 

Seymour. H. (Sup d) White Lake 

Shorts, Alex Riceville 

Sills, J. W Prescott 

Smith, B Wilton 

Smith, K Combermere 

Snider, W. H Newburg 

Stone, S. G Ottawa 

Stratton, F. B Demorestville 

S.inderson, E. A Westmeath 

Traveller. A. D Gauanoque 

West. I. N. D Verona 

White, G. S Easton s Corners 

Williams, H Canifton 

Wilson, D Napanee 

Wilson. J. F Iroquois 

Woodcock, E Tweed 

Young, S Shannouville 

Young, Joseph Aultsville 



Independent Methodist 
Kpiseopul Church. 

The Eleventh Annual Conference 
and third of the I. M. E. Church meets 
in Colchester, Ontario, second Wednes 
day in September, 1871. 
Rev. A. R.Green, Bishop, Loui.sville,TJ.S. 
Rov. J, Simpson, Secretary, Windsor. 

Brooks, E. (Local Elder) Marble Village 
Coleman, B., Cor. &cJI/is.S9C.,Windsor 
Combs. M., Agt. Chatham Ch.. Windsor 
Freeman, C. M.. Miss. Tres... Windsor 
Green. John (Missionary)... Rond Eau 

]l,,rt ison. G. i! Chatham 

Moore, Wm. J Amherstburg 

Robinson, D. (Local Dea.)... Colchester 
Turner, D Dover 



British Methodist Episcopal 
Church in Canada. 

Founded A.D. 1856. 

Riffht Rv.Willis Nazrey, General Su 
perintendent, Chatham. 

Mr. \V. Chandler, Treasurer, Chatham. 

Rev. II R. Disney, Secy of Conference, 
G*>n. Book Steward and Editor Miss. 
fili-mtengrr, St. Catharines. 

Rev. W. II. Jones, Ftmirjn Missionary 
and Conference Agent, Chatham. 

The next Conference will be held 
in Amherstburg, last Saturday in 
May, 1871. 

And-rson. Peter R London 

Anderson. Limlsey Owen Sound 

jli i sard. Wm Dresden 

Blfiunt. G. R., Asst. Sec., St. Catharines 

i. iv.vts, \Vm Brantfrrd 

Kn.wn. S. II Peel 

T . ii !IT, ( London 

r. Wm Montreal 

. II Pancoe 

Cornealious. J Colchester 

Crosby, Caswell Pluasant Valley 

Disney, R. K Toronto 

Cos-ley, Stephen Halifax, X. S. 

. G ndfAA Peel 



Hall, Stephen Windsor 

Harris, James Gilgal 

Harris, Mark Brantford 

Hawkins, W Windsor 

Henson, J Gore Camden 

Jackson, H. C London East 

Jefferson, T Buxton 

Johnson, Robert Bronte 

Mayo, C St. Catharines 

Miller, Robert Hamilton 

Miller, Thomas Owen Sound 

Moore, R. L Simcoe 

Morris R. R Bermuda 

O Banyoun, Josephus... Liverpool, N.S. 

O Banyonn, Peter Usborne 

Peker, Richard Kentbridge 

Rnn, J 8th Con. 

Smith, P. B D. Institution 

Stewart, Benj Amherstburg 

Thompson, C Peel 

Vick, N 10th Con. N. C. 

Wayner, Jeremiah Otterville 

Washington, C. A St. John, N. S 

Whipper. Benjamin. ..Drummondville 
York, Alfred Chatham 



Primitive Methodist Church 
in 



Rev. 3. R. Swift, Presid t of Conference. 
Rev. G. Wood, Secretary of Conference. 
Rev. W. Rower, Mission y Sec. & Book 

Steward, 89 Yonge Street, Toronto. 
Rev. T. Crompton, Editor of Christian 

Journal, Guelph. 
R. Walker, Gen. Treasurer, Toronto. 

The Conference will meet in Bow- 
manville, on Friday, 2nd June, 1871. 

Adams, T!.(Sup.) Gait 

Allen, W. C Toronto 

Amey, T Selkirk 

Auger, R.(Sup.~) Pentland 

Auger, T Bracebridge 

Bee, W Greenbank 

Bell, J Orangeville 

Bell. J. P Bruce Mines 

Boyd, J. F Albion 

Boyle, R Bowmanville 

Boyes, J. S Charing Cross 

Brown, B. B Chatham 

Burdge. J Hnmber 

Campbell, J Orangeville 

Cheeth.im, J Woodstock 

Cook, W Petrolia 

Corcoran, J. S Barrie 

Crompton, T Guelph 

Davison, J. (Sup.) Toronto 

Dudley, T Walkerton 

Edgar, J Wexford 

Foster, T Lavender 

Garner, J Albion 

Gavin, T Arthur 

Gilford, G. A St. Helens 

Gilbert, J. D Stayner 

Gilpen, J. W AVidder 

(ioo.l n.in. J Malton 

Griffiths, T Brantford 

Hall, L Rosemount 

Harris, II Toronto 

Ha.ss.ird, R Bluevale 

Hay lock, J. J Mitchell 

Herridge, W Brampton 

Ileyworth, A Hawksville 

Hui^iiis. W Sandford 

Hughan, W. S Toronto 

Idle. D Deniston 

Jolley, W. C Paris 

Jolliffe, T. W London 

Knapp. A Bervie 

Lacey. J. (Sup.) Loughboro 

Lee. G. F Cornarmss 

Lewis, G.. B.A Kingston 

Lomas. W liwdford 

Lyle. W. (Sup.) Yorkville 

Markham, J L- ndon 

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Matthews, M. II Drayton 

Mattingley. C Bran-bridge 

McKee, R Victoria Square 

Middleton, E Claivmont 

Milner, J Barrio 

Monkman, W Drt nibo 

Nattrass, J London 

Newton, W Strathroy 

Nixon, G Loughborough 

Ockley, J. F Brampron 

Pattison, R Collinsby 

Paul, R York 

Porter, J. F : 

Pyke, W Wooiiham 

Reid, W Hamilton 

Koadhouse, J Selby 

Robinson, J. W Albioa 

Roffe, C Stratford 

Rowe, W Toronto 

Ryder, I Hawksville 

Scott, J Uttoxetei 

Simpson, D Clarksburg 

Simpson, J. (Sup.) Oran-n-ville 

Smith, J Victoria Square 

Stafford, C Yorkvillo 

Stephenson, R- Feversham 

Stonehouse, J Chatham, 

Swift, J. R Toronto 

Tarrant, W..... GreenKink 

Thompson, G. H Ln-key 

Thompson, R Falkirk 

Thoruley. W Pleasant Hill 

t owler, J. (Sup.) Hawkesville 

Toy, R Kllesmere 

\Vaits, E. W Hamilton 

Walker. J Fevevsharn 

Watson, G Newbridge 

Willis. S. C Loughboronirh 

Windsor, J. A Widder 

Whitworth, E Falkirk 

Wood, G ?.... Laskey 

Evangelical Association, 
Canada* 

Conference meets last Thursday in 
March, 1871, at Berlin, Waterloo Co. 
Rev. J. J. Escher, Bishop or Genera 

Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio. 
Rev. C. A. Thomas, Secretary. Crediton. 
Rev. S. N. Moyer, Mission. Treasurer, 

Plattsville. 

Alles, Peter Wildmay 

Anthes. J Sebringville 

Bernhardt, J l.i-l.on 

Bran n, C Norman ton 

Braun, J Berlin 

Liii-rlam, II Pembroke 

Dippel, D New Hamburgh 

Graff. George Aldborough 

Harland, Francis /urich 

Hauch, Theob Clifford 

Holzman, II St. Jacob s 

Jenney, J. D Wa erdown 

Kropp. Samuel Catnpden 

Lingelbach, J Shake ,;;>.-ar 

Maurer, M Selkirk 

Meier, F. F St. Jacob s 

Morley, Stephen Cauipden 

Morzolf, J MaiKham 

Moyer, S. N Platt-villo 

Rothaermcl, L Ben Miller 

Saner, II. (Ketircd) Chi!:t>:iwa 

Scharffe. Fr Hamilton 

Schmidt, Wm Berlin 

Schwandt, Win IVm broke 

Spies. C. A Waterloo 

Steiiernajiel. C Cliipp.iw.i 

Btoebler, Qeorge (If/tind)... Tavi.stock 

Stoeller, J bn (Jfetired) Tavi<fock 

Thomas. C. A Crediton 

Umbtch. J Now Hamburgh 

r. Solomon Moi- 

Werner, Henry Go\v;i:"-t<<wri 

WilcJtanis. L. (Retired) Tavistock 

Wiukk-r, Ph.i lliuover 



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Congregational Denomination . 

The Congregational Union of Canada 
will hold its next meeting at Guelph, 
on Wednesday, 7th June, 1871, at 
7.30 p in. 

Rev. John Wood, Chairman. 
Rev. F. H. Marling, Sec-Treas., Toronto 
Rev. W. VV. Smith, Slat. Secretary. 

Canada Cong. Miss y Soc y. 

H. Wilkes, D.D., Sec.-Treas., Montreal. 
J.G. Manly, Home Secretary, Toronto. 

Adams. L. P Fitch Bay, Q. 

Allworth, Wm. II Paris 

Barker, E Fergus 

Brown, Robert Garafraxa 

Burgess, Wm Taletta 

Campbell, J.; Melbourne, Q. 

Chapman. Charles, M.A.. Montreal, Q. 

Clarke. W. F Guelph 

Cohvell, II. J Waterloo. Q. 

Day, B. W Stouffville 

Dickson, J. A. R Lond n 

Douglas, James , Lanai k 

Duff, A Sherbrooke, Q. 

Dunkerly, D Durham. Q. 

Ebbs, Edward Ottawa 

Fenwick, K. M Kingston 

Fraser. J Montreal 

Gibbs, S. T Wbitby 

Gray, M. S Amaranth 

Hay. Wm Scotland 

Hiudley, J. I., B.A Frome 

Howell. James Granby 

Jackson, S. N" Montreal 

Kribs, Ludwick Listowel 

Lewis, Kichard Lanark Village 

Macalhun, D Markham 

Manly. J. G Toronto 

Marling. F. II.. Toronto 

McColl, e. C. W., M.A Stratford 

McGill, A Ryckman s Corners 

McGregor, Alex Brockville 

McGregor, Dugald Manilla 

McKinnon, N Tiverton 

Parker, A. J Danville. Q. 

Parsons, R Simcoe 

Pattison. J. T Inverness 

Pedley. C Cold Springs 

Powis. II. D... Quebec. Q. 

PulUr, Thomas Hamilton 

Purkis. G Waterville, Q. 

Rae, W. S Danville 

Reikie, T. M Bowmanville 

Robinson, K, J Burford 

Robinson, R Owen Sound 

Rogers, J Stanstead, Q 

Salmon, J., B.A Warwick 

Sanderson, J. G Rugby 

Sherrill. K. J Eaton, Q. 

Sim. A., M.A Franklin, Q. 

Smith, W. W Pine Grove 

Snider, Solomon Wroxeter 

Uns worth. Joseph Georgetown 

Watson, C. P Cowansville, Q. 

Wheeler, Joseph Albion 

Wilkes. II., D.D Montreal 

Wood. John Brantford 

Wright, W Muskoka 

Not in Pastoral Charge. 

Baker, Thomas Toronto 

Bro-.nfii-ld, E. T Toronto 

Brown, John Caledon 

Bun-hill, K Georgetown 

Byrne, J. T.(F.C. AK**.Soc.) ...Whitby 

Clarke. W. (Indian Mission) Paris 

CoiMish, Geo., M. A. (Pnif)... Montreal 

Denny, Hiram Altt n 

Imrrant, John Stratford 

King, Stephen ... Ryckman s Corners 
McKillican, J. (0.5.&K)...DanviIle,Q. 

Middleton. James Elora 

Porter, James (S-Jiool Sup.) ... Toronto 
Wkkson, A., LL.D. (G-r. Sch.) Toronto 



Canada Christian Conference 

Thos. Garbutt, President, Castleton. 
Thomas Henry, Treasurer, Oshawa. 

Anderson, W Bloomington 

Clark. L Drayton 

Clark, W. S Toronto 

Fowler. S. M Oshawa 

Garbutt, Thomas Castjeton 

Gilfillen, J Orono 

Graham, Jeremiah Queensville 

Ilayner, Charles Newmarket 

Henry, Albert N. (Clerk) Oshawa 

Henry, Thomas Oshawa 

Henry, Wm Harri.ston 

Johnston, J Blooiningtot) 

Macklem, John Gormley s Corners 

Malery, E Castleton 

Percy, Wm Newmarket 

Rusa, J. L Grafton 

Tatton, Jesse Whitevale 

Trull, W. W Orono 

Vancamp, Jesse Bowmanville 

Willson, H. H Keswii-k 

Wright, J Bloomingtou 

Wright, Robert Gormley s Corners 



Bible Christian Church in 
Canada. 

Conference meets at Bowmanville, on 

the first Thursday in Jnne, 1871. 

Connexional Officers. 

W. S. Pascoe, President of Conference. 
E. Roberts, Secretary of Conference. 

and Gen. Corresponding Secretary. 
J. J. Rice, Secretary Missionary Soc. 
D. Cantlon, Gen. Financial Secretary. 
J. II. Eynon, General Treasurer. 
C. Barker, Etlitor, Book Steward, and 

Corresponding Secy, viiih England. 

Allin. Roger Exeter 

Archer, J Perrytown 

Ashley, J Cameron s 

Ayres, Walter Lindsay 

Baker, R Fenelon Falls 

Barker, C Bowmanville 

Beer, W. C Cleveland, U. S. 

Bodle, G Winchelsea 

Butcher, J. W Peterboro 

Cantlon, D Prince Albert 

Clarke, A Mitchell 

Collins, J., 1st Wiarton 

Collins, J., 2nd London 

Courtice, R. T Manilla 

Dnnkley, G Colborne 

Edwards, J Devon 

Eynon, J. H Tyrone 

Gale, J Bowmanville 

Glover, T. W North Douro 

Gordon, A Tweed 

Greene, T Dingle 

Hodnett, Wm Columbus 

Hoidge, J Hampton 

Hooper, W Cobourg 

Hull, T. R Palmyra, U. S. 

Hurley, R Port Hope 

Jolliffe,W London 

Kenner, Henry Exeter 

Kinley, W Chagrin Falls, U. S. 

Kinsey, J Ivanhoe 

Langdon, J Prince Albert 

Morris, A. Uxbridge 

Nott, Gershon Prince Albert 

1 ascoe, W. S Bowmanville 

Pearce, C. J Campbellford 

Quance, Wm Culloden 

Rice, J. J Oshawa 

Rice, Stephen R Exeter 

Richard, Alexander Cobourg 

Roach, W. R Clinton 

Roberts, E Hampton 

Robins, P Fullarton 

Smith, George Wiarton 

Tapp, J.B Port Hope 

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Wade, W Ineersoll 

Webber, Q Charlottetown, P. E. I. 

Whitlock, J tittle Britain 

Wiekett, L. W Orono 

Williams, J Pickering 

Woodmanj W Leaskdale 

Regular Baptist Ministers. 

Alexander. John Brautford 

Anderson, G Alder&hot 

Anderson, W. K Vankleek Hill 

Arms, A. L Sutton Flats 

Austin, A Simcoe 

Baird, D Sterling 

Baldwin, T St. Thomas 

Baldwin, D Fmgal 

Baldwin, J. A Gladstone 

Bancroft, N. D. (Lie.) Wilkesport 

Barry, R East Bulton 

Bate8, J. M Hillsburgh 

Bates, John Wood? lock 

Beardsall, W. C Ingersoll 

Bedell, A St. Armands 

Biuga. A Toronto 

Bodonbender, C Berlin 

Bone, T. (Missionary). ..St. Catharines 

Bonner, J. St. Catharines 

Booker, Theoph Druuibo 

Bresea, J, M Storrin^ton 

Burke, J Hartford 

Bush, F. (Retired) Chatham 

Cade. R Montreal 

Calder. J. G Mount t< rest 

(Mdwell, W. A Perth 

Cameron, A. A ^trathroy 

Cameron, D Tiverton 

Cameron, J Claremont 

Cameron. W. H Jerseyville 

Campbell, A. (not Pastor) ... Lochabar 

Campbell. J. L Chatham, Ont. 

Chandler, J Coaticoob 

Chesney, Elijah Binbrook 

Clarke, John (Retired) Guelph 

Clarke, J. W Arkona 

Clark, A Hanover 

Clans, S Mohawk 

Glutton. Jos Aylmer 

Cocks, H Vittoria 

Collins, T Strathroy 

Connel, Wm. (Lie.) Caufield 

Converse, N Hereford 

Cook, R. B Acton 

Cooper, James, D.D London 

Coutts, James Tiverton 

Crawford, John (Prof.) Woodstock 

Cunningham, S Waterford 

Currie, D Wolverton 

Curtis, George Silver Hill 

Davidson, T. L., D.D. ... Aylmer, Ont. 

Davis, S. II Dresden 

Dempsey, John Ingersoll 

Denovan, J St> atford 

Dougharty, G. A, M.A St. Grorge 

Dowling, J. T Wk-klow 

Duncan, Abram (Retired)... .Chatham 

Durling, R. M Amherstbnrg 

Elliott. Isaac (Retired) ... Mount Kliiin 

Emerson, C. H Algonquin 

Facey, A. M Winclu jlsea 

Fellman, J Brant 

Ferguson, J. F Barnston 

Finch, John Barrie 

Fitch, H. P Port, Burwell 

Folger, S. W Clear Creek 

Forsyth. W Puslinch 

Fraser, W Tiverton 

Fyfe, R. A., D.D Woodstock 

Gales, Thomas Montreal 

George, W Newbury 

Gerrie, J Elora 

Gibson, Job (Retired) New Sarum 

Gillies, A Sawyersville 

Godfrey, E. (Lie.) Woodstock 

Gonne, Wm. (Retired) Union 

Gold. Matthew Lindsay 

Gooderham, E. (Retired) Toronto 



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Gimvtt. J. C Delhi 

Kingston 

J., Bible Society jC^... Montreal 

Greutzncr, Kd Wilmot 

Hall. J. P Bayham 

HaKToft. L. (raoi Pastor) Carleton Place 

i.iri), J Chatham 

Karens, II Port Colborne 

Jlarri.s. G. (Lie.) Jiast Williams 

i. (Lie.) West port 

llavilitnd. Win Villa Nova 

k. C AV Springford 

][,./. .rton, W. P Delhi 

;s<>n, Thos Paris 

Ilei-iingtoii, R. (Retired) ... Kingsville 

IleiTiiuton. R. D Kingsville 

Hiugins. Julio Thurso 

Hill. .) Mun-ey 

Hiliyard, W Sullivan 

r, Wm. (Jietired) Carluke 

Hnbbp, Johu Sandwich 

Hulbert. "W Newbrid^o 

Huni. J. C., M D Brantford 

Jackson. S Port Barwell 

Jackson. I . (Lie.) Shrewsbury 

Johnson, J. C Schomberg 

Joins, H Hamilton 

Kin;.;, John Not field 

King. Joseph Port Hope 

! Woolwich 

Lurry. W Castleton 

Lacy. F Buxton 

Laws MI. J Glenallan 

Lince J Komoka 

Uoyd,H.,M.A.(Ed.Can.Bapi.),tOTcnto 

II. J Dflhi 

Lontrfish, J. (Indian pr.) ... Tuscarora 

Mackie.J Guelph 

Manning, J. W Almonte 

Marsh. J tines Kingsey 

Martell. A, Port Burwrll 

McClellaml. R Ringwo- d 

i-K-ll. S Port Burwell 

McDonald, I St. Mary s 

..Mid. Xirl Wallaceburgh 

McD.-nald. A Paisley 

Molionald, Alex. D Sparta 

M;! i i; mid, 1) Ormond 

hran. S Westport 

Mi-Fay dm. A Dalesville 

rt Warwick 

>.l Smith s Falls 

Mciiityre. A Stayner 

.,ir. itobert Priceville 

MrKf.-. Wm Owen Sound 

McNabb, F.F., A.M. (Teach.) L Orignal 

McLaurJn, J Missiimary in Imiia 

McLean. II Ottawa 

M-j.V-i!. D Paisley 

Mci hail. D Ottawa City 

Miller. Walter Mount Forest 

Mills. T Dexter 

Mitchell. K Magog 

. \V.(Lic.) Tarifetoek 

Montgomery, R. B Beamsville 

Moore, J. B Whitevale 

Mu !_ e. K Forestville 

Muir. Wm Toronto 

Mnlhern, D Brockville 

Munr.i, A. II Toronto 

Ni-1 ; .n, J Brooke 

Nichols, II Harlem 

K( r hr-.ip. Charles Musselburg 

Oakley. J. (Retired) Bronte 

Osborne, W. T Teeterville 

Parker. A Drew s Mills, Q. 

Patten, G Paris 

Paynter, J. (Retired) Chatha u 

.11, K. W Point St. Charles 

Pen-in. Christopher Georgetown 

Pickard, Wm Hornby 

Pickard, J. A., B A Farlton 

Pickard, Robert, B A EMiuesing 

Proctor. B Little River 

Pu:;sif3\ w Cheapside 

j:ai:i!>.,ili, r Osnabruck Centre 

Kat.jliff, Frederick Dundas 



Red. W. (Lie.) Sandwich 

Roddick, J Boston 

Reid, II BrHwi.e 

Kice. Isaac. J We-tover 

Richardson. George Hamilton 

Richmond. II New Sarum 

Kiendcau, T... Ste. Marie de Moimoir 

Roberts. J Drummoudvilie 

Robertson, P. G Bothwell 

Ross, Robert Cape Rich 

Rowe.Wm. B Orchard 

Rowland, D. W Denfield 

Ryerse, G. J. (Retired) Port Ryerse 

Scott. A Simcoe 

Sherman, E. D St. Mary s 

Slaght, A Waterford 

Slirer S. P Morton 

Sinclair, Neil West Arran 

Sinclair. Thomas Wiogham 

SDiilh, A Yarmouth Centre 

Smith. li.B Fden 

Smith. Wm Owen Sound 

Smith, J. S Port Dover 

Smith. J. T Simcoe 

Smith, Eph. (Retired) Norwich 

Stevens, R Kitley 

Stewart, A Teeswater 

Stewart. John Carleton Place 

Stewart, W., B.A Toronto 

Stewart, John Windsor 

Stillwell, Thos Cheapside 

Stone. J W Queenston 

Story. Ilfnry Forestville 

Stumpf, J Tavistock 

Tapscott, S Fenelon Falls 

Topping, Kdward Woodstock 

Totrance. Jno Cheltenham 

Treadwell, W. II Clear Creek 

Truesdell, J. W Warwick 

Troy, W. Windsor 

Turner, Ezra (Evangelist) 

Timpany. A. V.... Missionary to India 

Van loon. J Boston 

Vining, S Thorndale 

Vininjc. J. K Scotland 

Wait. Daniel Grafton 

Walker, Charles St. Catharines 

Walker, Chas. 2nd Canned 

Warren, A Woodford 

Washington, J. II Buxt^n 

Watson, George Mandaumin 

Watson, E Sainia 

WVstover, N Wid ler 

Wilson, Q.,D.D Thorold Station 

Wright, R. (Kttired) Godnich 

Wright, D Liudsay 

NOTE. The foregoing list is r; ade xtp 
from the lates f official returns and 
documents of the Regular Baptist 
Denomination. 



Baptist Ministers in Canada. 

The names of the following Baptist 
Ministers have been omitted in the 
foregoing list. 

Baird, J Port Hope 

Brooks, James Westou 

Carto, Benj Toronto 

Green, J. (Bible. Society Agt.) Montreal 

Her, Jacob Colchester 

Lafleur, T Montreal 

Landon, W. H Princeton 

Marsh. D Quebec 

MilUrd, Wm. (Sec. C. B. U.) ...Toronto 

Milne. W Nithburg 

Normandeau, L Grande l-igne 

Roberts, K Selwyn 

Roussy, L Grande Ligne 

Tapscott, S Port Hope 

Wright D Lindsay 



Free Baptist Ministers) 

[JVo Returns received. ] 
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Association of the New Jeru 
salem CUurcIi in Canada. 

Will meet in Conference at Berlin, 
Ontario, in June 1871. eight days pre 
vious to the General Convention in 
the United States. 

Rev. Fred. W. Tiirk, President. Berlin. 
Charles Hendry, Cor. &.c., Cones ga. 
T M. Martin, Recording .Sec., Toronto. 
II. S. Huber, Treasurer. Berlin. 

Gould, E Montreal 

Parker, J Toronto 

Saul, R Stralhroy 

Turk, F. W Berlin 



Evangel. Lutheran Church* 

The eleventh session of the Synod 
of anad* will be held at Markham, 
Vaughan Township commencing oil 
Wednesday before the full moon in 
September, 1S71, at 9 a.m. 
J. Fishburn, President, Maple. 
Fr. Ehinger, Secretary, Neustadt. 
II. C. Kaehler, Miss. Pres., Stephensv. 
Il.Vander Smissen, Treasrer,Toronto. 

Ebinger, F Neustadt 

Fishburn, J Maple 

Franke, W Pembroke 

Gerndt, C. R Burnholm 

Hayunga, H Monisburg 

Hengerer, J. A gebringrille 

Hunton, J. N Morrishurg 

Kaehler, H. C Steplibn- ville 

Kuss, A Townlice, Erie Co., N. Y. 

Markensen, W Hanover 

Mueuzinger, J. N Philipnlmrg 

Raw. J. L St. Jacob s 

RK-hfi.berg, C. F. W Moo 

Helm. A Delhi 

Roth, T. D North W-lllLonsbmg 

S:t.c horn, II S nlin 

Salinger, J Hi ii.ia-r 

Schmidt, (J Ilrm.ilion 

Spiinir, Chr New 11:- 

StahU .-hmidt, D Heidelberg 

Wurster, E 1 ivston 

Zahu, B. J Tavistock 



United Brethren in Christ. 

The next Conference will be held at 
Port KK in, coninicm in _; en the first 
Thursday in May, 1S71. 

J. J. Glossbrenner, Bi 

George Plowman, Chairman. 

II. Kropp, Secri .lufi/ A, tn-al Conf. 

A. B. Sherk, Missionary &c y it Treas. 

B*y,W. E Frecport 

I .owman, J. B Freeport 

Clarke, R H;. 

Crowder, F. J t-1, 

Clossbrenner. J. J Dayt n, 0. 

Holmes, J. II ! " > 

Kropp, II . St. Jacob s 

Lari-on. W New Aberdeen 

McCombs. J Dunnvilie 

MeKeddie, D Rosedene 

Michenor, J Walsin. hum 

More, C l f 

More, W Sheffield 

I lowman, G. (1 res Elder)... Fre. |..ort 

Robrnls, S. L Cai 

Knot, f! \Vost Mi 

Seblirhtcr. J. B Fi, 

Sb.-rk A. I! Freopovt 

Stu-i-k. D. B J " t ^ e 

r, J tfontroee 

Wait, G Port KJgin 



1871.] 



LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC. 

I 



107 



LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC. 



CANT>IA>- INSTITUTE. Offices 1869-70. President. Rev. 
Prof. W. Hineks. F.L> : Ixf Vice-Pn-.fide.nt. E. M. Hodder. 
M.D. : 2>/J Vtee-Preaiient, W. H. dimming, M.D. ; 3rd 
Vice- President, Rev. Prof. G. P. Young. M.A. ; Treasurer, 
Samuel Sprenll : Hevrdhxi Secretary. W. M. Clark ; Cnr- 
responding S*crtiari/. J. X. Aguew, M.D. ; Librarian. Rev. 
n. Scadding, D.n. ; Ouratrn; A. R. Reeve, M.D. O>uncil 
Prof. H. Croft. D C.L. ; P of. J. B. Cherriman, M A. : Wm. 
Oaimiff, M D. ; Prof. K. J. Chapman, Ph. D.; Prof. Daniel 
Wilson, LL.D.; S. M Jarvis. 

ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CANADA, under the patronage 
of the Agricultural and Arts Association of Ontaiio. 
Presid ->d. i r"i . O off. D.C.I/.. University College, Toronto ; 
Vic- -i .! VLU-->II ;vttit. Grimsby, Out ; Wm. Saun- 

(!;!. London, Out. Secretary-Treasurer, Rev. Chas. J. 8. 
Bethmif. M.A.. Port Hope, Out.; Curatinr, W. II. Ellis, 
B.A. Council J. II. e a-.g-<tcr. M.D.. Toronto: E. B. Reed, 
London. Out.; 0. J. 15 >\vles, Quebec, Q. The meetings of 
the Society are held m the rooms of the Canadian Insti 
tute. T"ionto. where a so the cabinets, Ac., are kept. 
The Society publish The Canadian Entomologist, edited by 
Rev. C. J. S. Bethuuo. 

QUEBEC; BRANCH. Pi-fsi.-le.nt. the Abbfi Brunet. Prof, of 
Botany. Laval University; Vice. -President, Hev.G. M. Innes; 
Secretary-Treasurer, G. J. Howies; Cvrutnr, Wm. Couper; 
Council I). Wilkie, liov. J. Douglas, Rev. Prof. Hamel. 

LONDON BRANCH. Pivsiilent, J. M. Penton; Yicr.- Presi 
dent, G. Ivi .ns. R.A.. M.!>.: Curator, W. Saunders; Trea 
surer. C. Chuji!!: ry. E. B. Reed. 

TORONTO Mi-.c; \N-CS INSTITUTE. Established 1830. 
Incorporated lt&. President : Ja. McLennan, 1st Vice- 
Pi-fS t "-/ : Trios, [j-vj-n:.. 0^ Vir- -Pre.sident : Thos. Me- 
Cros--on. : Win. Kdwavds. Secretary : Samuel 

Brodie. ffifr Ke.?.i>.-r. Wm. Elli-jgsworth. 

OTTAWA LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. Incorpo- 
. rated. tv;9. Prm -at : K. A. Meredith, LL.D. Irf Ftce- 
JVc.s/rA)iC: Baridford Fleming, C. K. 2nd Vice- President : 
A. H. Wo .JImrn. S-c rt >nt : George Kennedy, M.A., LL.B. 
Treasurer: I). W. Coward. Librarian: David Mathesou 
Ottruinr : Lieut. Co! Tlmnias Wiley. Members of Council : 
C. R. Cunningham John Lai;gton. MA, and Wm. Porter. 

OTTAWA Pini.nx^voxw > >cir,Tt. President: W. Spragge. 
Vice-! i Todd. Fenretary : Geo Kennedy 

Tn- tfi .-i r: II I . Hill, (itrtiti.r: W. A. Black more. O>n- 
duclor : II K. Fr: r -]> ylcc rnpanirf: John Mercer. J/em- 
&<;>,< (. . : K. Baxter and G. L. Onne. 

JIi-.;-i">r, A:.!- .:M ASSOCIATION OF VICTORIA UNIVERSITY. 
Prr, -fiiti i.- : K i Minon-i.n. M.I) Vice- Presidents : D. Clark. 
MD., .1. W. iiolpo. M I)., F. K. iv.il. look. M.D.. II. F. Tu.-k. 
M.I). SrcrrJary : Joba A MulHn, M.U. Treasurer : A. M. 
Ki^er-rniih. M I Directors: K. Strange, M D., F. S. Dia- 
MMi.l, M.D., E. J. Btm-irk. M.U . S C Corbett, M.D The 
Assiv Miimll.v, iu Vorkville, at ihe com 

mencement of th; winter ses ion, first \veek m October. 

Lm:?.\r.T ASSKIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA 
CVi.T.tijR. Ins:;rnted 1850. President : Kev. S. S. Nelles, 
J>.D. I r. -l r. -sil iits: A. L. Holmes. G II. Watson. Critic: 
K. Din^v.-nll. Amigtant Oritie : K.S.Nugent. Ourrespfmd- 
ing & / <. (/: \V. U. McFadden. Recording Secretary : 
M. II. lire hour. A - ling Secretary: W. J. Car 

penter. Tt-i-ij-iiiri-r: G. F Shepley. Librarian: S. Ki. h- 
ardsou. Assistant Librarian: K. Wood. Board of Direo 
t-rrs: C. J. Ilohnan. : -A. llc.iley, W. A. Douglas, A.M. 
Peterson. .1. 1 enron. C. J. Ihire. 

UNIVERSITY CoLI.F.Gi! LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. 

Est.Hl lishc l ]S: )i \:., yerj Friday evening, at Univer 
sity Coilo^ .e. Public tleiiHt-n once in each month. Patrons: 
the Pre^nl. nt a i l i lol.-s-ors of University College. Presi 
dent: W. MaciloiiaM. M.A. 1-^ Viet- President: -W II ius- 
ton. 2/ :<l I cv, / , J. lilack. Recording Secretary : 

W. Dale. Oirr ry : W. R Burnham. iiec. 

of O: *". il. I .iilanl Trramirer: W. Forrest. 

Curatfr: L. A. M.-Chcis m. f ;mti-;i/J/,rs : II. Archibald, 
J. R. Tyefy, F. A Oiarl-.son, J. II. Lon;;, F. H. Wallace. 

UXIVUIS.ITY CO .L. -:-!-: N.V:UI:AI. SCIENCE CLUB. Meets at 
the ri siJi iicn ol 01:" ni its members once a fortnight. 
/ ,>.; ",> . Kyv. J, Campbell, M.A. & rri>t in/ Treasurer : 
C. II. W. Bi _ ,;,; tr, 15.A. Caratnr: L C. Sponci-r. 

Tui : iTiJTi:. Kstablished 1853. 

Mef is evi uiin^ the Mi^l .- dnias and 

Lt-ut Tjrms, iu the College II -ill. Council for Academical 



year 1870-71: President. T. \V. Paterson ; Tre.ums.-i-r. J. 
Hamilton ; Secretary. J. A. Worrell ; Lihrario/n, Pi. B. Me- 
vitt; Curatur, F. M. \1orsor; : .!/ ::i l n-r fur III. year, E. 6. 
Bulk ; Member for II. year. W. C Al!i-n. 

TRINITY COLLEGE REAPING CLUB. Meets in the College 
Hill every Friday evening during the Mich-telmas and 
Lent terms. Officers I870- 7l: Rev. I rof Ambery, H->n 
President; Thomas W. Paterson. !5.A.. .-li.iii.r/ 1 re.tidwt ; 
Arthur Jarvis, Secretary ; J. A. Worrell. S. Foster, M A., 
CuiitiiiMee men. 

TEACHERS ASSOCIATION, ONTARIO. President: Rev. Prof. 
Young, Knox s College. IstVicK-Prtsiiient: II Alexander, 
Xewmarkft. 2nd Vice-Pre.fvlent : W. Wafson, L. S., York. 
3rd Vine- President: Mr. Seath. Principal U.- .Osh>i\va. 4th 
Vice- President: E. Scarlett, C luit.y Superint. Xorthum- 
beriand. bth Vine-President: Mr. Strong. Prin. U. School, 
Owen Sound. Keen/riling St-creiary : A. McMurch.V, M A., 
Toronto. Oorresporidina Sn-relo.ri/ : Jus Ilodirson, Weston. 
Tri-ns irer: A. McAllister, Toronto. ( ciiiii:iil"rn: Mi-sr8 
Andersen, Stratton, Jobustone, Harvey and. t-tevvart. 

BUHLIXGTON LlTF.RARY SOCIETY, HAMILTON. Instituted 

ISr.l. Pre.tidf.nt: P L Spencer. 1st Vice- President : Cbas. 
Lemon. 2nd Vice- President : Wm. Bell. Sejt:rttary : Mr. 
MacGarvey, Treasurer : T. B. Steward. Meets every Moil- 
day evening, 22 King Street. 

PETERBOROUGH LITERARY CLUB. President: James TTall. 
Vic"- Presidents: John Burnham J. Carnegie, Jon., M.P.P.; 
J. W. Dunnett. Treasurer: J. A. 11,11. Secretary: J. O - 
Dnnnell. Assistant Secretary and Cnllectr: F. C. Tnylor. 
Librarian: C. O Beirne. Directors : Messrs. D. HacgHit, 
W. Cameron. Jonathan B. Dison, D. S. Eastwood, i . H. 
Knapp, and A. B. Kidd. 

LINDSAY LITERARY SOCIETY. Instituted December 1866. 
President: S C. Wood. 1st Vice-1 \. Oakley. 

2ml Vice-President: J. Mcfewayne. Trcaru r er ar,d Libra 
rian: W. A. Gooiiwin. Secretary: A. O Leary. General 
Managing ComniW.ee: G. II. Bertram, A. O .eary, P. Bes- 
wick. J. D. Mclntyre. and L. Mairuire. Meetings tvory 
Tuesday evening during the season, open to the public. 

ONTARIO GRAMMAR SCHOOL MASTERS ASSOCIATION Com 
posed of the Hrtad Masters of the County Grammar 
Schools and of Assistant Masters possessinz the legal 
qualifications of Head Masters. Pre.siilr.ni: Wm. Tassie, 
M.A., Gait. Vice-] reside n t : S. Woods, M.A., Kingston. 
Si-i-retury : J. H. Hunter, M.A., DundaH. Treasurer: Jas. 
Hodgson, VVeston. CounciU irs: T. Kirklaud. B.A.. Whitby ; 
J. II. Thorn, M.A.. Berlin; G. Stranchon, Woodstock. 

ALMA MVTER SOCIETY, QUEEN S COLLEGE, KINGSTON. 
Established 1958. President : John Mclntyre, B.A. Vice- 
Prfsidents: Prof. Janline. MA., IJ.L .. University of St. 
John, N. B.; Alex. Nicholson. HA.; Thomas Alexander: 
George, L. B. Fraser, B.A. ; Charles Mclnlyre; Samuel 
Missell. Secretary: Jas. A. McDowull, B.A. Treasurer: 
John Snoderass. En- mt ttee: J. F. Fraser, B. A., 

Frederick \Velch. Andrew McCulloch, Alex. H Cameron, 
Uu-rh McBain, Mark R. Rowse. B A. 

NUMISMATIC AND ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY OF MONTREAL. 
M-eets bi-monthly in its rooms. 713 Craig St. President: 
H. Mott. Vice- Residents : D. Rose and K. J. Wick^teed. 
Treasurer ar,d Curator: R. W. McLachlan. Secretary: 
Gerald E. Hart. 

ONTARIO DENTAL SOCIETY. Instituted 1867. Officers 
1870-71. President: Q. V. N. Relyea. Belleville. Vice- 
I n. intent: John Leggo, OtHwa. &cre.t iry : VV. H. Brans- 
ronibe, Picton. Treasurer: J. Bowes, Hamilton. Annual 
Meeting in Toronto in the third wees in June. 

DENTAL ASSOCIATION OP THF, PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 
In^-tit utt-d IS-.S. Officers 1S70-71. President: A. Bernard, 
Montreal. 1st Vice- Pn si lent : P. Ballargeon, M.D.. Quebec. 
2nd Vice. President : J McKee, Quebec. Secretary : W. G. 
Beers, Montreal. Treasurer: J. A. Bazin, Montreal. Ex 
ecutive Committee: C. F. F. Trestler, M.D., C. Brewster, J. 
Dowlin, N. Fiske, J. H. Webster, L. J. Leblanc. 

"THK ADELPKIAN" LADIES LITERARY SOCIETY, ALEX 
ANDRA COLLEGE. Presi li ii .: Miss ^tacdomld. Vice.-I re.si- 
\dent: Miss Well -v. : Miss Tuttle. Tr: 

and Librarian: Mi.ss Yon Buseck. 

ALBERT COLI.EGK LITERARY SOHETY. President: K. Me- 
Mthon. rici-1 n .-i leid: J. P. Wilson. Secretary : Q. A* 
Trea.sv.~fer; 



As.-ii.<f. iry: P. Carman. 

J. A. Carmau. Critic: C. A. Kicgston. 



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108 



EXCHANGE TABLE COUNTY OFFICERS, ONTARIO. 



[1871. 



EXCHANGE TABLE OF PREMIUM AND DISCOUNT. 



Si 

CM^ 


2H 

C.S 
6*5 


!Sa 

*2 



!! 

a 


09 
^ 

- - 


$i 

S 


os 
M| 

i. ^ 


ii 

PHP 


Sa 

. o 

s_ 

o.e< 


o-S 
C .2 
O.P 


5s 
u; 

~~- 


So 

. J3 

3 


*i 

f ~ -. 



-i_* 

03 

- 2 

<p. 


-j 


0.99.0. 


16 


13.79,3 


31 


23 66.4 


45 


31.03,4 


59 


37.10,7 


73 


42.19,7 


87 


46.52,4 


m 


1.96.1 


17 


14.53,0 


32 


24.24,2 


46 


31 50,7 


60 


37.50.0 


74 


42.52.9 


88 


46.80,9 


3 2913 


18 


1525,4 


33 


24.81,2 


47 


31.97,3 


n 


37.8S.8 


75 


42.86,0 


89 


47.09.0 


4 i 384.6 


19 


15.96,6 


34 


25.37,3 


48 


32.43.2 


62 


38.27.1 


76 


43.18.2 


90 


47.36,8 


5 


4.76,7 


20 


16.66,6 


35 


20 5V2.fi 


49 


32.88,6 


63 


38.G5.0 


77 


43.50,3 : 


91 


47.34,4 


6 


5.66,0 


21 


17.35,5 


36 


2I-U7.0 


50 


33.33,3 


64 


39.02.4 


78 


43.82,0 


92 


47.91,7 


7 


6.54.2 


22 


18.03 3 


37 


27.0.1.7 


51 


33.77,5 


66 


39.39,4 


79 


44 13;4 


93 


48.18,7 


8 


7.40.7 


23 


18.69,9 


38 


27.53,8 


52 


34.21.1 


66 


39.75,9 


80 


44.44.4 


94 


48.45,4 


9 


8 25.7 


24 


19.35,5 


39 


28.05,7 


53 


34.64.0 


67 


40.12,0 I 


81 


44.75.1 


95 


48.71,8 


in 


9 09.1 


25 


20.00,0 


40 


28.57,1 


54 


35.06.5 


68 


40.47.6 


82 


45.05.5 


96 


48.98,0 


11 9.90.9 


26 


20.63.5 


41 


29.07,8 


55 


35.48,4 


69 


40.82.8 


83 


;.j 86,8 


97 


49.23,8 


1-2 : 10.71.4 


27 


21.25,9 


42 


29.57,7 


56 


35.89,7 


70 


41.17.6 


84 


45.65,2 


98 


49.49,5 


13 J 11 50,5 


28 


21.87,5 


43 


30.07,0 


57 


3(5.30,6 


71 


41.52.0 


85 


45.94,6 


99 


49.74,9 


14 12.28.0 


29 


22.48,0 


44 


30.55,6 


58 


36.70,9 


72 


41.86,0 


86 


46.23,7 


100 


50.00,0 


15 13.04,3 


30 


23.07,7 























S. To find Discount for less than one per cent., as %. l /^, %, &., take the dinVreuce between the current 
rate. HUI! the next hi.che.st figure. Thus: 17}^ per cent. Premium is 14.71, 1. The difference between 17 and 18 per 
cent. Premium is 0.72, 4, which divide by % gives 0.18, 1; which add to 17, namely 14.53, 0, gives 14.71, 1. 



COUNTY OFFICERS, ONTARIO. 



COUNTIES, ETC. 


REGISTRARS. 


COUNTIES. 


AUDITORS. 


ALGOMA DISIK T 


John Savage, Sault Ste. Marie. 
T. S. Siienston, Brantford. 
John McLay, Walkerton. 
E. Sherwood, Ottawa. 
J. P. Crysler, Morrisburgh. 
George 51. Ward, Port Hope. 
Robt. Armour, Bowmanville. 
John McKay, St. Thomas. 
J. A. Askin, Sandwich. 
James Durand, Kingston. 
Alex. McKenzie, Alexandria. 
W. J. Scott. Prescott. 
Thos. Lunn, Owen Sound. 
A. P. Farrell, Cayuga. 
Tlios. Racey, Milton. 
W. H. Ponton, Belleville. 
Jas. Dickson, Goderich. 
Geo. A. Cutnming, Kingston. 
P. D McKellar, Chatham. 
T. W. Johnston, Sarnia. 
John Menzies, Almonte. 
James Bell, Perth. 
Ormond Jones, Brockville. 

M. P. Roblin, Napanee. 

John Powell, St. Catharines. 
W. C. L. Gill, London. 
Jas. Ferguson, London, 
F. L. Walsh, Simcoe. 
J. M. Grover, Col borne. 
Wm. Eyres, Cobourg. 
J Ham Perry, Whitby. 
Alex. Burritt, Ottawa. 
Jas. Ingersoll, Woodstock. 
D. F. Campbell, Brampton. 
Wm. Smith, Stratford. 
Chiis. Rubidge, Peterboro 1 . 
John Iligorinson, L Orignal. 
J. P. Roblin, Picton. 
Andrew Irving, Pembroke. 
Jas. Keays, Russell. 
Geo. Lount, Barrie. 
Geo. C Wood, Cornwall. 
Charles Lindsey, Toronto. 
II. Dunaford, Lindsay. 
I). M. .Dougall, Berlin. 
D. D : Kverardo, Fonthill. 
Jas. Webster. Guelph. 
John H. Greer. Hamilton. 
John Kidout, Toronto. 
Jas. J. Pearson, Newmarket. 




Allen Good and Samuel Stantiiu, llrantford. 
John Eastwood. Southampton; G. Hanvey, Otter Creek. 
\lexander Workman, Ottawa; In Morgan, Metealfe. 
George Scarf and Wm. J. White, St. Thomas. 
Stephen Knight and L. A. Nightingale. Windsor, 
fames Watt, Kingston; B. Kennedy. Suribiiry. 
.John C. Spragg and W. J. Winter, nwen Sound. 
Thomas slaven, Indiana; Robert Nimmo, Dunnville. 
John Holiiate and Duncan Dewar. Milton. 
Kzra W. Iloltou and Andrew Thomson. Belleville. 
Wm. McKay, Goderich: James Scott, Auburn. 
George D. Ross and John E. Brooke, Chatham. 
George A. Carman and M. Sullivan, Sarnia. 
Wm Gill, Montague; Thomas Brooke, Perth. 
S. McCammon, Gananoque; James Porter, Kemptville. 
J. Sharp. Bath ; T. W. Casey, Napinee. 
S. S. Junkin, St. Catharines; J. B Osborne, Beamsville. 
James Johnston. London; David Wyllie, Nairn. 
Wm. Sharpe and Win. Findlay, Simcoe. 
Henry Elliott, jun., Hampton; J. C Pennock, Castleton. 
T lonms Lawlur, Wliitby; Joseph Dickey. Uxhri lite. 
Chris. Goodwin, Durham ; James Scarff, Woodstock. 
11. Hamilton and W. Du^gan, Brampton. 
J. A. Scott and Thomas Clark. Strnitbrd. 
John J. Hall and C. Burton, Peterboro . 
E. A. Johns -in and John Higginson, L Orignal. 
C. Haight and E. A. Kversherl. Picton. 
Thomas Deacon and Richard White, Pembroke. 
Henry Fraeer and J. P., Vuljsmes, Barrie. 
W. M. Park and James DiugwiU. Cornwall. 
.Iain -s McKibbin and J. H. bundas. Limisty. 
M. P. Kmpey, Ilawksvillw; C. KntnfT, ";itt;rloo. 
E. R. Hellems and Henry T. Koss. Wt-Hand. 
W. 8. G. Knowles and E. Newton, luelph. 
J. W. Kerr, Hamilton; James Ail^n, Dundaa. 
W. II. Norris and E. Jackson, Toronto. 


Bruce 


BRUCE 


Carleton 


CARLETON 




DUND\S 


Frontenac.... 


DDR HAM, E. R. .. 
W. R.. 


Hald iniand.. 
Halton 


ESSEX 


Hastings 


FROXTENAO 

Gl.E.\GARKi- 

GREXVTLLE 
GREY 


Kent . . .. 


Lambton 
Lanark 
Leeds AGren. 
Len. & Ad.... 
Lincoln 
Middlesex ... 
Norfolk 
North &Dur. 


H \LDIMAND 

II ALTON 


HASTINGS 


HURON 


KiN ivrox (Cur) 


Oxford 




Peel 


LAXARK, X. R... 
S. R. .. 
LEEDS 


Perth 


Peterboro ... 
Pres. & Russ. 
Pr. Edward... 
Renfrew 
Simcoe 


LENNOX AND ) 

ALDINGTON ... j 


LOKDONI CITY)... 

MiriOLESKX .. .... 

NORFOLK .... 


8tor t,D.AQ 

Victoria 
Waterloo 
Wellaud 
Wellington... 
Want worth.. 


NORTUUM..E. R. 
" W. U. 
ONTARIO 


OTTAWA (Cur) .. 
OXFORD 
PEEI 




z E. O F 
OroyC. Ran 
Hastings Ko 
Kc.nt Arthui 
Lanark W 


COUNTY SURVEYORS. 

lynn, Kingsville; Frnntvniic J. C lrruthors, Glenvale; 
kin. Owen Sound; ll.diliinund John DoCew, Cayuga; 
bert Francis, Trenton; Huron Andrew Bay. Clinton; 
Jones, Chatham; Lani ilmi E. Robert. . s. Sarnia; 
R. F. Berford, Perth; Le.nh <! OV. vr/ . i .Tulm r.nrchill, 
Lmnnx d: Addington W. H. Gordi-ni -r. Morven ; Lin- 


PERTH 


PETERBOROUGH .. 

PPJE.Sl OTT 


PRINCK EDWARD 
BEKFBKW 


Rcssr.u, 


Merrickville ; 


SlMCOE .... 


STORMOVT . . . 


Nifrfolk L I f Hn*- Ctivinn^ nnfnrin J Sliinr \Vhilhv- f}r/ n-rfj 


TORONTO (CITY).. 
VICTORIA 


W.G.Woniia 
Kirk, Strattbr 
sell R Hum 


n. lngcrsoll; J cd A. B. Scott, Bnunpton ; J f,r(/i J. G. 

d; Ptlfrlwrd J. Bird, North Douro : -f- Jius- 
Iton, L Orignal; Prim-? Edward D. Oor;gt-r, I icton; 
r. A. Evans. Pembroke; Simenf II Cr^swick. I .arrie; 
xlaa d: (ilnnynrn/ U. R. Brown, Lunenbnrg: ll i/, i-lnrt 
d, Berlin; Wdland F. ir.lm., WeJland; \V>llin<jt<m 
Molloy, Arthur; (S. R.) T W. Cooper, Giu-lph; Went- 
JKeefe, Hamilton ; Yuri.- Sii.i.< Jaim -s, To- 


WATERLOO 


WELLAND 


lli iii ff.w S. 
X/itrinnnt, Vm 
M. C. Sclioliiil 
(N. R.) John 
worth V. C. 


WELLINGTON 
WENTWORTU 
YORK. S. K. .. 

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MASONIC. 

The Grand JCiodge of Auctent Free and Accepted Masons of Canada* 

List of Grand Officers for 1870-71. 



M.W. Bro. A. A. Stevenson, Grand Master 

B. W. Bro. James Seymour, Deputy Grand Master 

" " John E. Brooke, D.D.G.M., St. Clair District 

" " George Billington. D.D.G.M., London " 

" Peter J. lirown, D.D.G.M., Wilson " 

" " Isaac F. Toms, D.D.G.M., Huron " 

" Charles Hendry, D.D.G.M., Wellington " 

" " Edward Mitchell, D.D.G.M., Hamilton " 

" " Isaac P. Willson, D.D.G.M., Niagara " 

" " James J. Kerr. D.D.G.M., Toronto 

" " R. Kincaid. D.D.G.M., Ontario 

" " K. II. Smith, D.D.G.M., Prince Edward 

" " J. F. Chamberlain. D.D.G.M., St. Lawrence 



33. C. Barter, D D.G.M., 
M. Gutoian, D.D.G.M., 



H. D. Pickel, D.D.G.M., 

Alex. Walker, D D.G.M., 

Th-inriHS White, jun., Grand Senior Warden 

Henry Robertson, Grand Junior Warden 



Ottawa 
Montreal 
f St. Francia 
\ Bedford 
Quebec 



REPRESENTATIVES. In the 



R. \V. ] ,<:. Sir John A. Macdonald, K.C.-B. 
R. W. Br. 

u a 

M. W. Be. 



Kiviis Tully, 
Tlios. Orummond, 
William M. Wilson, 



" " A. Bernard, 
R. W. Br. ThouniR B. Harris, 
" John H. Graham, 
" " James A. Henderson 
M. W. Br. W. M. Wilson, 
III. " T. D, Harington, 33 
111. Br. Thoa. B. Harris, 33 
" A. A. Stevenson, 32 
R. W. Br. Henry Macpherson, 



the 


U. G. L. of England, 


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G. L. of Ireland, 


H 


G. L. of Scotland, 


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G. L. of Illinois, 


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G. L. of Vermont, 





G. L. of Kansas, 


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G. L. of Maine, 


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G. L. of New York, 


I 


G. O. of Cuba, 


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G. L. of Nova Scotia, 


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G. O. of Portugal. 


H 


G. 0. of Brazil, 


(1 


G. 0. of Uruguay, 



R. W. Bro. Retr. Vincent Clementi, Grand Chaplain 

" " Henry Groff. Grand Treasurer 
/ " " David MeLellan, Grand Registrar 

" " Thomas B. Harris, Grand Secretary 
V. W. Bro. N. B. Falkiner, Grand Senior Deacon 
" " Charles Storer, Grand Junior Deacon 
" " John Kerr, Grand Superint. of Works 
" " J. F. Dennistoun, Grand Director of Ceremonies 
Richard Brierley, Assistant Grand Secretary 
J. S. Bartlett, Ast. Grand Director of Ceremonies 
Robert Robinson, Grand Sword Bearer 
Wm. Kevin, Grand Organist 
Frederick Mudge, Assistant Grand Organist 
" " John Urquhart, Grand Pursuivant 

Bro. John Sweetman, Grand Tyler 

V.W. Bros. J. B. Bickell, George Hodgetts, Wm. McKenzifi, 
George H. Wilkinson, John Nettleton, Donald 
Sutherland, Jos. Davy, John Boyd, R. Kemp, 
W. C. Morrison, W. S. Martin, C. S. Elliot, 
Grand Stewards. 

Grand Lodge of Canada. 

M. W. Br. A. Bernard, 

" " W. B. Simpson, 
R. W. " Rev. V. Clementi, 

" " James K. Kerr, 

" " Thomas B. Harris, 
M. W. Br. T. D. Harington, 

" " T. D. Harington, 
111. " R. Ramsay, 32 
R. W. Br. Thomas B. Harris, 
M. W. " A. Bernard, 
R. W. " Thomas White, jun., 

" " Thomas B. Harris, 
M. W. " A. A. Stevenson, 

" " A. A. Stevenson, 



G. of N*. Grenada, 

G. 0. of Italy, 

G. 0. of Chili, 

G. L. of Texas, 

G. L. of Tennessee, 

G. L. of Louisiana, 

G. L. of Pennsylvania, 

G. L. of Nebraska, 

G. L. of Missouri, 

New Jeraoy, 

Nevada, 

Oregon, 

Connecticut, 

Minnesota. 



From the Grand Lodge of Canada. 



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Br. Rt.Hn.LorddeTabley,intheU. G. L. of England, 
" James V. Mackay, " G. L. of Ireland, 
" Lindsay Mackersy, " G. L. of Scotland, 
" Samuel C. Fleming, G. L. of Vermont, 
" Wm. Pitt Preble, " G. L. of Maine. 
" Henry W. Turner, " G. L. of New York, 
" H. A. Johnson, G. L. of Illinois, 
Jacinto de Castro, " G. L. of St.Domingo, 
; Andrew K. Mackinlay, " G. L. of Nova Scotia, 
E. T. Uarr, " G. L. of Kansas, 
G. M. C. Obed, " G. 0. of Cuba, 
Dr. F. De P. Romas, " G. 0. of Brazil, 
" J. M. S. Angiano, G. 0. of N. Grenada, 
" Antonio M. Mollejas, " G. O. of Venezuela, 
" L. Ximenez, 33 G. 0. of Uruguay, 


111 




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Br. Joas C. D Almeida, 
" Luis Goapil, 33 

" Francesco De Luca, " 

" A. M. Medina, 
R. W. Br. G. S. Blackie, 32 M.D. " 

" John V.Ellis, " 

" James C. Batchelor, " 

" Samuel C. Perkins, " 
" H. P. Deuel, 

" George Frank Gculey, " 

" Henry R. Cannon, " 

" Wm. S. Fish, 

" Thos. W. Chubbuck, 

" Wm. H. Fraser, " 



G 0. of Portugal, 
G. 0. of Mexio, 
G. 0. of Italy, 
G. 0. of niili. 
G. L of Teuneww, 
G. L. of NewBrunsw, 
G . L. of Louisiana, 
G.L. of Pennsylvania 
G. L. of Nebraska, 
G. L. of Missouri, 
G. L. of Now Jersey, 
G. L. of Connecticut, 
G. L. of Nevada, 
G. L. of Wisconsin. 



*** The Sixteenth Annual Communication will be held at Ottawa, the 2nd Wednesday in July, A.L. 5871, A.D. 1871. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

LidgRS marTce/l thus (*) hold their Installation of Officers on the fkstival of St. John the Evangelist all others on tiial 

of St. John the Baptist. 



NO. 


LODGE. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIOHTS OP MEETING. 


WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 


SECRETARY. 




1 


* Antiquity Lodge 


Montreal .... 
Dunham 


First Thursday of every mo. 
Tuesday preceding full moon " 


W. Br. J. Urquhart, jr. 


Br. Richard Rowe 


2 




Niagara 


Wednesday on or bef. full m. " 


" Robert Best 


" John Best 


3 
4 
5 


*St. John s 
*Dorehester 


Kingston ... 
St. Johns .... 
Brockville ... 


First Thursday " 
First Tuesday " 
Wednesday on or pr6c full m * 


" John Kerr 
G. H. Wilkinson 
" Wm McKechnie 


" John M. Horsey 
" W. A. Osgood 
" W. A Schofleld 


6 




Hamilton ... 


Second Wednesday tf 


" Richard Brierley 


u R. Kennedy 


7 




Grimgby 


Thursday on or bef. full moon * 


" Wm. Forbes 


" J. N. Kitchen . 


8 
9 


*Nelson 
*Union 


Phillipsburg 
Napanee 


Thursday on or bef. full moon " 
Friday before full moon lt 


L. W. Decker ... 
" F. Richardson... 


" Philip E. Luke 
" Charles James 


10 


*Norfolk 


Simcoe 


Tuesday on or bef. full moon t( 


" W. P. Kelly 


" Amos A. Merrill 


11 




Belleville ... 


Wednesday on or pr. full moon " 


*< A. Diamond 


" James Peard 


12 


*(Jolden Rule .... 


Stanstead ... 


Tuesday on or before full moon (< 






14 


*True Briton s . 


Perth 


First Monday " 


" Robert Miller... 


" James Bell 


15 

ie 

17 


St. George s 
St. Andrew s.. ... 
St John s 


St. Cath ines 
Toronto 


Tuesday on or beforeYull moon " 
Second Tuesday " 


A.Chatfield 
Geo. Hodgetts... 


Thomas E. Dudley 
" J. H. Hickman 


18 


*Prince Edward s 


Picton 


Thursday^n or pre. full moon tf 


John Ferrill ... 


" Thomas Shannon 


19 
-20 


*St. George s 
*St. John s 


Montreal 
London 


Third Tuesday " 
Second Tuesday " 


Wm. Mackenzie 
" M. D. Dawson... 


" Thomas J. Barrett 
" John U. Bell 



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10DOE. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIGHTS OF MEETING. 


WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 


SECRETARY. 


*7etland 


Montreal .... 
Toronto 


Second Thursday of every mo. 
Second Thursday " 
Monday on or bef. full moon " 
First Tuesday " 
Third Thursday " 
Third Tuesday " 
Wednesday preceding full m. 
Thursday before full moon 
First Thursday 
Wednesday on or bef. full moon 
Wednesday after full moon 
First Wednesday " 
Tuesday before full moon " 
Thursday on or aft. full moon " 
Thursday on or bef. full moon " 
Tuesday on or before full m. " 
Tuesday bef. full moon " 
Tuesday on or prec. full moon " 
Third Thursday 
Thursday on or bef. full moon " 
First Wednesday 
Tuesday on or before full moon " 
First Thursday 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon " 
Second Monday " 
Thursday on or bef. full moon " 
Tuesday on or bef. full motn " 
Third Thursday 
Friday on or before full moon " 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon " 
First Monday 
Tuesday on or before full moon 
Tuesday after full moon 
Tuesday before lull inoon 
Monday after full moon 
First Wednesday 
Third Thursday 
Second Tuesday 
Fourth Friday 
Wednesday on or bef. full moou 
Third Thursday 
Friday on or before full moon 
First Thursday 
Thursday on or bof. full moon " 
Thursday after full moon 
Second Tuesday 
Thursday on or bef. full moon 
First Monday 
Monday nearest full moon 
First Monday 
Second Wednesday 
First Thursday 
Wednesday on or bef full moon 
Thursday after full moon 
First Tuesday 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
First Tuesday 
Friday on or after full moon 
Friday on or after full moon 
Thursday nearest full moon 
Third Tuesday 
Friday on or before full moon 
Wednesday on or bef f. moon 
Wednesday on or aft. f. moon 
Friday on or bef. full moon 
Second Wednesday 
Thursday after full moon 
Second Tuesday 
Thursday on or bef. full moon 
Thursday on or bef. full moon 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
Friday on or before full moon 
Second Wednesday 
Friday on or before full moon 
Wednesday after full moon 
Thursday on or aft. full moon 
Wednesday after full moon 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
Wednesday before full moon 
Second Wednesday 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
First Tuesday 
Second Tuesday " 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. " 


W.Br. J. J. Browne ... 
" David McLellan 
" A.M. Flood 
" I. F. Lash 
< Robt Nicholls. 
W. W. Prince . 
Murdoch Guir... 
James Davy .... 
Chas. A. Jones . 
J. Milne 


Br. George Black 
R. W. Purvis 
R. E. Law 
W. M. Ross 
S. 0. B. Dean 
J. M. Gibson 
W. K. A i. derson 
W. A. JIa.vhew 
Adam Borrowmaa 
Richard Reed 
C. E. S. Blnrk 
Wm. Dick-ou 
" John Conroy 
" Joseph Hursf-ell 

" J. C. l> ilK L 

" Alexander Ttfid 
A. II. Writrht 
James A. M:ivbee 
A. Rutherford 
Jnm c-s Greaves 
John M Lonir.in 
Cluirles E. J.IcGee 
Albert Ilutson 
W. C. TrimUo 
Charles Dunlop 
Thomas iiuruie 
J O llHi-a. jun. 


King Solomon *.. 
Richmond 


Richm d Hill 
Toronto 
Port Hope ... 
Hamilton ... 
1 Kemptville .. 
Brighton .... 
Whitby 
Bowmanville 
Dunnville ... 
Goderich 
Amherstb rg 
Cayntga 
Fonthill 




*Strict Observ ce 
*Mount Zion 
*Uuited ,. 
*Composite .... , 
*Jerusalera ... . . 


4 M. C. Upper .... 
D. Ferguson ... 
" Win. McGuire . 
" J. Hoshall 
" N. 0- Holcomb . 
" J. R. Walker ... 
" Charles Francis 
" J. P. Campbell 
Thos. B. Harris 
Wm. J. Malott. 
W. Skinner 
J. Patersou 


Godericb 


"Thistle 


St. John s _ 
Welland 


*King Hiram .... 
Trent 


Ingersoll .... 
Trenton 
Brooklin 
Hamilton ... 
Kingsville ... 
London 
Woodstock... 
St. Thomas... 
Brantford ... 
Chatham .... 
Windsor 
Madoc .. .. 


*Mount Ziou 
*St. John s 


*St. George s 
*St. George s 
King Solomon s.. 
*St. Thomas 


James Currio ... 
H. McK. Wilson 
W. Carruthers . 
" P. A. Crii"... 


Brant 


*W T elliugton . 


*Great Western.. 
*Madoc 


" B. II. Maybee... 
u 


*IIurington 


Quebec 


Consecon .... 
Grahamville 
Waterloo .... 
Maple 


J. McG Young 
Joseph Fiifg ... 
John En-kino... 
A. P. Conyer ... 
David G wynne. 
" James F. Lister 
" J. Brown, jun. 
" J. Sweet land ... 

E. C. Barber ... 
t 


L. C. Hi.ilcy 
Chris. Burrell 
Jnhn FilHckwood 
Heury Hurst 
P. Y. Merrick 
Wm. Tavlor 
Roht. H". Biircar 
D. P. Williams 
Goorgo L. Ornie 


*Corinthian 
*Shefford 




*Mirickville 
Victoria 


Mirickville .. 
Sarnia 




Binbrook .... 
Ottawa 
Ottawa 
LaColle 
Hamilton ... 
Caledonia ... 
London 
Newcastle ... 
Richmond ... 
Ingersoll .... 
Stirling 
Sherbrooke .. 
Gait 
St. Mary s ... 
Maitland .... 
Toronto 


*Doric 


*Corintliiau 
"Hoyle 


*Acaoia 


Edw. Mitchell .. 
Charles Hunter 
J. R. Peel 


Robt. McX. Suiith 
Thos. B. Howell 
C. T. Campbell 
Martin W. Bayly 


*St. Andrew s ... 
*Kilivinning 
*Durham . 


R. T. Wilkinson 
i 


*St. Francis 
*St. John s 
Stirling 


Allan McLean . 

Charles Craige. 
u 


J. B. Crawford 
R. Finch 


* Victoria 


Alma 
*fit. James 
*St. James 
St. John s 


" W. S. Burnett... 
" G. H. Marian... 
Wm. Dobbin ... 
N. L. Steiner ... 
E.A.H Fauquier 
A. Hudspeth ... 
Thos. B. Bain... 
U.S. Broufrhton 
Geo. Mansfield.. 
G. Billincton ... 
Wm. Winter. ... 
W.G.VauStiuleu 
D. M. Mallo. h... 
David Mansell . 
Robt. Robinson 
Robert Vardon. 
D. A Creasor ... 
E. K. Carpenter 
C. R. Ford 
R. Hendry.juii . 
Ross Robertson 
Samuel Shcjiard 
A. L. Wilcox ... 
Robert King ... 
Henry Mosier .. 
R H Booth 


John Cavers 
C. L. VouGuuten 
S. A. Horton 
John En-kine 
Ch is. L. Beard 
Thomas B^all 
Thomas Leduc 
Samuel H. Dewart 
Andrew Wilson 
Edward Handy 
D. N. Milchell 
Richard BakcT 
George ChidVv 
J. H. Blackburn 
James B. .Nixou 
H. R. Corcon 
James Cntoii 
Arthur Moberly 
Addison Vrs 
11. S Mimics 
James l.c 
Wi:i. Hwuphill 
Mblbourn Durluc 
A. B McS hf-e 
A. 11. Willson 
James Roberts 
S. P. Caldwell 
J. S. BaSllic 
W. N. Kenned v 
J. A. Alexander 
Vt ai. Tophwin 
T. W. W(lrutr 
John Findlay 
" D. B. liiirrh 
" K. S. Maun 
" Schuyler Shibley 
" Christopher Moor-o 
" Horace IL.rtou 
J. W. Green 


*0\fo>-d 


Woodstock .. 
Lindsay 
Tilsonburg .. 
Bradford .... 
Newbury .... 
Mt. Brydges 


*FaithfulBrethr. 
*King Hiram .... 




*?t. John s 






Strathroy ... 
Clinton . . . 


Clinton. 


Rising Sun 
* iVilson .... 
Markham Union 
St. George s 


Farmersville 
Toronto 
Markham ... 
Owen Sound 
Collingwood 
Colborno 
Kingston .... 
Kincardine.. 
Port Stanley 
Otterville .... 


*Manito 




*Catarmjui 


*>urrhern Light 
nrk s 


Kidout 
*Corinthian 
*Sharon 
True Blue 


Sharon 
Albion 
Newmarket 
Dundas 
Peterboro ... 
St.Cath rines 
Norwich ville 
Drum dville 
Burford 
Lambeth .... 
Drumbo 
Harrowsm h 
I rescott 
Goderich 
Waterford ... 




E. Jack*on 
N. Greening .... 
R. Kin aid 
Robt, Strtithers 
J.-imes Hnken... 
George Collins . 
W. K. Nellis .... 
J. M. B.-iiighart 
Jas. Mclvenzie . 
Josepli Purdy... 
Jas Reynolds... 
Hush Gardiner 
A. ilcM-chael... 




*Corinthian 
*Maple Leaf 


St. Mark s 
Burford 


St. Paul s 


Blenheim 


Albion 


*Central 


Maitlnnd 


*Wilsou 



[H7] 



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MASONIC. 



[1871. 



NO. 


10 -GB. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIGHTS OF MEETING. 


WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 


SECRETARY. 


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1C1O 




Port Hope ... 
Smithville ... 
Widder 

Schomberg . 
Bath 


first Thursday! of every mo. 
Tuesday on or after full moon " 
Monday on or bef. full moon " 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. " 
VIonday on or before full m. " 


W.Br.John Wright ... 
" Edward Irwine 
" A. S. Proctor ... 


Br.A. W. Pringle 
" Robert Thompson 
" Thomas Caulan 

U 






*Stanbridge 


" H. G. Summers. 
" W.F.Peterson. 
" M.Campbell.... 
" John Spencer... 
" T. B Muir 

" D. Pitceathly ... 
tt 


" John R. Bond 
" John Bellbur 
" George Glasgow 
James P. Excell 
John Burns 
J. P. Thomas 


>: M;iIile Leaf 




Second Thursday " 
Friday on or prec. full moon " 
Tuesday nearest full moon " 
First Thursday " 
Second Monday u 
First Tuesday 
Tuesday alter full moon 
Monday before full moon 
Tuesday before full moon 
Friday on or after full moon 
Wednesday before full moon " 
Second Tuesday " 
Monday on or bef. full moon 
Second Wednesday " 
Thursday on or bef. full moon " 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Kriday on or after full moon " 
Second Tuesday " 
Second Tuesday " 
Wednesday on or after full m. " 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
Thursday on or bef. full moon 
Wednesday before full moon 
Thursday on or bef. full moon 
Second Thursday 
Wednesday before full moon 
Friday on or before full moon 
Second Tuesday 
Monday on or bef. full moon 
Thursday on or bef full moon 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
Third Thursday 
Thursday on or bef. full moon 
Thursday on or bef. full moon 
First Friday 
Friday on or before full moon " 
Tuesday on or aft. full moon " 
Thursday on or aft. full moon 
First Tuesday 
First Monday 
Wednesday before full moon 
Friday on or before full moon 
Friday on or before full moon " 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon " 
Wednesday on or before full m. " 
Monday on or bet. full moon " 
First Monday 
Monday on or bef. full moon " 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon " 
Monday on or after full moon " 
Friday on or after full moon 
Tuesday on or bet. full moon " 
First Monday 
First Thursday 
Wednesday before full rr.oon 
Monday on or before full moon 
Second Friday 
Friday on or before full moon 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Second Tuesday 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon " 
irst Thursday " 
Friday on or before full moon 
Thursday on or bef. full moon " 
Monday on or bnf. full moon " 
Monday on or bef. full moon " 
Second Wednesday " 
Monday on or hef. full moon 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. " 
Friday on or bsf jre full moon " 
First Wednesday " 
Friday on or after full moon 
; Monday on or bef. full moon " 
Second Wednesday 
First Monday 
Thursday on or bef. full m. " 
Second Tuesday 
^Tuesday on or hef. full moon 
MnndHV nn nr bef. full moon ll 




Brantford ... 
Renfrew 
Belleville .... 
Montreal .... 
Cornwall .... 
Cumpbellfrd 
b rankford ... 
Pembroke ... 
Aurora 




*The Belleville... 
*Montrenl Kilw. 


" H. W. Weber ... 
" Hugh O Neil ... 
" John N. Lee.... 
" S. E. Mitchell... 
" T. G. Hansom ... 
" T Amvrauld ... 
" R. A. brake 
M. EacreU 
W. T. Rickaby . 
W. H. Street ... 
FrancisBickford 
A. Burritt 
" C. H. Church ... 
" Jonn Boyd 
" S. S. Clutton ... 
" E. Horuibrook.. 
" A. G. Macdonell 
" Jas. Stephenson 
" Thomas Winter 
" Henry Turner . 
" H. M. Wright... 
" R. Watson 
" E. P. Remon ... 
" Jesse V. Hoover 
" Jas. C. Brown 
" Charles Hendry 
i 


Charles Pool 
James Archer 
1 R W. Scott 
Asher Ansell 
James Watson 
George Vittie 
" John Kastwood 
A. D. Freeman 
John Godwin 
J. D. Matheson 
G. Pinsle 
R. R. Fulton 
Charles W. Deegan 
C. W. Smith 
Wm. Campbell 
I). H. Stewart 
Hiram Carman 
John N. Tuttle 
A. R Mac-far bine 
Jacob Atkins 
W. A. Ilopa 
0. E. Henderson 
John Walsh 
H. H. Sovereign 
John Peters 
J. L. Hoffman 


*Golden Rule .... 




The Rising Sun .. 


(Jraiihy 


*St. Lawrence ... 
*1, elusion Forest 
*Sha\venegam .. 
;<t (lair 


Southampt n 
Franceston.. 
Three Rivers 
Milton 


Richardson 
* Pythagoras 


Stoulfville ... 
Meaford 
Aj liner, P.Q 
oshawa 
Aylmcr, 0. . 
Mitchell 
Morrisbnrgh 
Iroquois 
Stratford .... 
Mill Brook... 
Newburgh... 
Almonte 
Seat of Gov t 
Port Dover . 
Hastings .... 
Berlin 


Lebanon 


*Tudor 




*FriendlyBroth s 


*J B Hall 


* Prince of Wales 
Mississippi 
*Civil Service ... 




The Grand River 
Clareuceville 


Clareuceville 
Wyoming .. 
Lucan 


James McKay .. 
James Sutton... 
Wm. Cameron . 
John Fisher . ... 
Thomas Camm. 
Wm. Smith 
" Edward Rielly. 
" Martin Winn ... 
" I. Humphries ... 
" Ralph Hodgson 
u 


H. G. Taylor 
Wm. Fr :nck 
G. Burnham, jun. 
J. F. Ell s 
A. W. Bell 
Henry Brown 
John McLaren 
Henry G. Mead 
Royal P. Hurlbut 

; A. Wnrrhingtou 

i 




*Peterborough ... 
*York 


Peterboro .. 
Eglinton ... 
Newboro ... 
Oil Springs . 
Richmond,0 
Quebec 
Watkworth. 
Wroxeter .. 
Adarnsville 




* Alexandra 
Goodwood 
*Quebec Garrison 
*I ercy 


Forest 


: Si;tr in the East 
*Burliugton 
*Wentworth 
*Royal Albert ... 


Wellington . 
Wellingt. Sq 
Stoney Creek 
Montreal ... 
Welland 
P rtColborne 
Seaforth 
lona 


" H. McOullough 
" Wm Kerns 
Walter McKay 




Na haniel Gordon 
Robert Halson 

E. B. Smith 
i 


S. E. Hopkins... 
James R. Haun 
W. Ballantyne. 
A.E.S K.Barclay 
T. M. Anderson 
F. W. Campbell 
C Bennett 


John J. Sid y 
C. B. Nimmo 
M. R. Counter 
Duncan Sinclair 
J. McK Anderson 
John II Meuzi<S3 

Wm. Ross 
c 






* Prince of Wales 
*Ayr 


Ayr 
Montreal ... 
Port Rowan 
Mansonville 
Sparta 
Ottawa 
Plattsville ... 
Both well .... 
Guelph 
PortBurwel 


*Walsingham ... 
*St. John s 
Spartan 


L C. Moor 


H. Kirkland ... 
David Wilson... 
Fred Butcher . 
H. F. Smith ... 
Charles Shar^e 
1 S. Leybourue ... 


F. A. Henderson 
Wm. R!i 
R. J. Bourchier 
" N. H. Avery 

u 


The Builders 
*Plattsville 
*Bothwell 


S.J, ...,) 




" George W Hare 
tt 




Prince Albert ... 
*01d L ght 


Prince Alb rt 
Lucknow ... 
York 


Abner Hurd, jr. 
Roht. L. Hunter 
A.W.Thompson 
W.A Chamberlain 
C. H. Boright ... 


" J. H. Addison , 
" Wm. Remedy 
" A. R. Atkinson 
" James Van lirixlger 
C. S. Boright 


*Knniskillen 
*I lantagenet ... 
*Royal Canadian 


Planta genet 
Sweetsburg.. 
Lennoxville 
Adolphust n 
Belmont 
Coaticook ... 
Orillia 


*! ilius Viduae ... 


E. II. Smith .... 
" A. J. Thomson.. 
" Wright Sleeper 
" R. Ramsay 


J. J. Watson 
W. D Kck-rt 
N. W. Thomas 
G. M. Wilson 
J. D. Kddy 
" Octavius Prince 
" Stephen Blackburn 
" Arch. Garrioch 
" Hugh Davidson 

" E. R. Skelley 
u 




*0rillia 


-Scotland 


Scotland 
Petrolia 
London , 
Arnprior .... 
Walkerton... 
Oak villa 


" T. 0. 1 rouse . ... 
" David Trotter... 
" A. G Smyth ... 
" J. G Cranston . 
" E. A. Healey ... 
" Wm. Robertson 


*IVtrnlia 


*The Tuscan .... 
*Madawaska .... 


*\\ hite Oak 





1871.] 



MASONIC. 



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238 


LODGE. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIGHTS OF MEETING. 


WORSHIPFUL MASTER. I SECRETARY. 


St Alban s 


Mount Forest 
Gananoque... 
Montreal 
Elora 


Friday on or bef. full m. of ev. mo. 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon " 
Second Tuesday 
Friday on or before full moon 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Monday on or after full moon 
First M in day 
Second Wednesday 
Second Tuesday 
First Tuesday 
First Wednesday 
First Wednesday 
First Monday 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Monday on or after full moon 
Monday on or bef. full moon 
First Tuesday 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Second Monday 
Friday on or before full moon 
VIonday on or before full m. " 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. " 
Tuesday bef >re every full m. " 
Monday on or before full m. " 
Friday on or before full moon " 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. " 
First Friday " 
Third Wednesday " 
Monday after full moon 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. " 
Tuesday on or before full m. " 
Second Wednesday " 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. " 
Tuesday on or before full m. " 
Tuesday on or before full m. " 
Friday on or before full moon " 
Tuesday on or after full moon " 
Friday on or before full moon " 
Tuesday before full rmon " 


W.Br.W.W. Winfield 
" Wm. Byers,jun. 
" Charles Storer .. 
John Smith . ... 
a 


Br. John McLaren 
" W. B. Carroll 
" John Robson 

" Andrew Cunnell 
ft 


* Leeds 


*Mount Royal ... 




Danville 
New Hamb g 
North Gower 
Lancaster.... 
Huntingdon 
Lanark 


New Dominion... 
North Gower .... 


" G. B. Philips.... 
" D P. Merritt ... 


" Jacob Leyler 
<( 


" Alex. McGregor. 


" J. S. Bowden 


Chateauguay .... 


" R. Pollock 
" James W. Crate 
" CD Smith 


" A. G. Dobbie 
" Wm. E Hayes 
" W. H. O Regan 
" G. F. Charles 
Robert Balfour 
Wm. Mclntosh 
John Sprague 
R. J. M. Kitrick 
G. W. Wood, M.D. 
Thomas Drewry 
J. G. Harley 


Ilawkesbury 


Ilawkesbury 
Knowlton ... 
Gardenlsla d 
Ridgeway ... 
Ailsa Craig . 
Ameliasburg 
Orangeville . 
Delhi 


Brome Lake 


" Robt. Nancollas 
J. N. Fullmer... 
" E. A. Mutnford. 
" S. Johnston 


Dominion 
Crai"- 






S. H. McKitrick 
" Luke Cook 
" W. C. Morrison. 
" J. M. Dunn 
< G. II. Dartnell . 
" John Dale 






Toronto 


Cre-lit 


Georgetown. 
Uxbridge . 
Thorold 






" Hugh James 
" David Fitchett 
" J. A. Butterfield 
" Robert Brown 
" J. A. Halsted 
" James Reid 
" E. A. Dyer 
" J. K. Booth 
" J. B. Magnrn 
G. P. McKay 
" G. Levin 




Marmora ... 
Norwood ... 
Zurich 


" G. E. Bull 




" W. E. Roxburgh 
Wm. Carriek ... 
" George Towner. 
" P. B. Martin ... 
" E. Raeicot 
" A.J.O Loughlin 
" J. A. Fife 






Mount Moriah ... 
Putton 


Montreal ... 
Sutton Flatt. 


Prince Arthur ... 


Brampton ... 
Hell Ewart... 
Ottawa 


Kerr 


J. W. H. Wilson 
" D. S. Enstwood. 
" John Edgcombe 
" John Dawson... 
" Alex. Mitchell . 
" G. W. Malloch . 
" T.C. Soholfieid. 
" S. Leybourne ... 
" J A.Somm Tville 


Lodire of Fidelity 


Wallace town 
Park Hill ... 
Clarksburg . 
Paisley 
Bondhead ... 


Doric 


Beaver 




Manitoba 




Havelock Watford 



Tlie Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Canada. 

Officers of the Grand Chapter, 1870-71. 



M. E. Ccmp. T. D. Harington, 

R. " " H. J. Pratten, 

u " " L. H. Henderson, 

" " " Thomas B. Harris, 

" " " D.-iniel Spry, 

li " " David McLellan, 

" " John V. Noel, 

" " " 8. C. Chanuell, 

V. E. Comp. John B >yd, 

< " " F. J. Meuet, 

" " " A. B. I etrie, 

" " " Edward Mitchell, 

" " " John A. McKonzie, 

" " " R. Haiidsley, 

" Jhn Mull.n, 

" " Wm Hay. 1 

" " Robert Struthers,/ 

" " Robert Kincaid, ) 

" R. A. Woodcock, I 

" W. W. Summers, 



Grand Z.) 

H. yGrand Council. 
J.j 

Scribe E. 
N. 

Principal Sojourner. 
Treasurer. 
Registrar. 
First Asst. Sojour. 
Second " " 
Sword Bearer. 
Standard Bearer. 
Dir of Ceremonies. 
Organist. 
J?ursuivant. 

Stewards. 



Stewards. 
Janitor. 

Grand Superintendents of Districts. 

R. E. Comp. Thomas F. McMullen London District. 

*** The 14th Regular Convocation will be held at Hamilton, on the 2nd Wednesday in August, A.L 2401, A.D. 1871. 

SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



R. E. Coinp. Charles L. Beard Wilson District. 

" " George H. Patterson Huron 

" * Edwin Goodman Hamilton 

" " Thomas Sargant Toronto 

; " Jarm-s Miirh t Ontario 

" H. W. Day Pr. Kdwd. 

: " Rev. C. Forest Central 

" " F. Montague Snwdon Montreal 

" Eds jn Kemp ,.. East n Tps. 

" James Dunhar Quebec 

" " D. R. Munro N. Brunswick. 

REPRESENTATIVES.^ the Grand Chapter of Canada. 
M. E. Comp. T. D. Ilarington, 33 from the G. C. Tennessee. 
R. " " Thos. B. Harris, 33 " Missouri. 

" " " James Seymour. " " Indiana. 

V. " " James K. Kerr, 18 " Scotland. 



From th". Grand Chapter of Canada. 

R. E. Comp. Alex. J. Stewart, in the G. Chap. Scotland. 
" " Geo. S. Blackie. 32 " " Tennessee. 

" " " Geo. F. Gouley, " Missouri. 



STO. 


CHAPTEE. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIQHT8 OP MEETING. 


IST PRINCIPAL. 


SCRIBE E. 


1 

2 
4 
5 
fi 


Anc ntFrontenac 
The Hiram 
St.Aud.&St.John 
St. George s 
St. John s . 


Kingston .... 
Hamilton ... 
Toronto 
London 
Hamilton ... 


Third Tuesday in Feb., May, Aug.* Nov. 
First Monday of every month 
Third Wednesd. in Jan. Apr. July & Oct. 
Fourth Friday in Feb. May, Aug. & Sept. 
Second Thursday of every month 


Geo. M. Wilkinson. 
Wm. Reid 
S B. Ilarman 
T. F. M.-Mullen 


Daniel McCartney 
E. Geo. Conklin 
J. K. Macdonald 
H. A. Baxter 
H Burkholder 


7 


Moira 


Belleville ... 


First Tuesday of every month .. 


Alfred Kllis 




8 


King Solomon s.. 


Toronto 


First Thursday of every month . 




F Clark 


9 
10 
12 


Golden Rule 
New Brunswick 
Cataraqui 


Stanste.-id ... 
StJTohn.N B. 
Kin"ston ... 


Tues. on or bef. f.m. in Mar. June,Sep Dec. 
Second Mocdiy in every month 
Second Monday in Feb May \ug & \ov 


Geo. H. Borlase ... 
J. MeNi -hol, jun.... 


Wm. Farw<?ll, jun. 
D. S. Stewart 
John V Noel 


13 
14 


Stad.-.cona 
Bedford District.. 


Quebec 
Dunham .... 


Second Thursday in Jan Apr. July & Oct. 
First Thursday of every month 


Christoph. Muvuley 
Kdson Kemp 


t eter J. l.rady 


ia 


Wawanosh 


Sarnia 


Second Friday in Jan. April, July & Oct. 


J. A. Mackenzie 


George liusscll 



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NO. 

16 
17 
18 
1!) 
20 
21 
22 
3 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
34 
35 
So 
37 
3S 
39 
40 
41 


CHAPTER. 1 WHERE HELD. 


NIOUTS OF MEETING. 


IST PRINCIPAL. 


SCRIBE E. 






J. J. Gemmill 
\Vm. A. Taylor 
Charles L Beard ... 
Robert Struthers... 
John Taylor . . 


C. S. Scott 

W. J. Brians 

Henry F. Fiakle 
John Dale 
J. W. Lethbridge 
Thos. C. Stratum 
Rev. W. McGill 
R. Thorougligood 
J. A. Carroll 
H. LeCappellain 
David Hoblin 
Adam Dudgeon 
George W. Garth 
Chas. E S. Black 
Edward Ilnsker 
James J. Carter 
John Habbick 
John World 




Waterloo .... 
Woodstock... 
St.Catharin s 
Brantford ... 
Montreal .... 
Fresco tt 
Simcoe 
Stratford .... 
Montreal ... 
Trenton 
Collingwood 
Osbawa 
Dunnville ... 
Goderich .... 
Picton 


First Thursday of every month 


Oxford 




Mount Moriah ... 
Mount Horeb ... 
Carnarvon 
Grenville 


Friday on or before full m. of each month 
First Wednesday of every month 


Third Thursday in Feb. 31ay, Aug. & Nov. 
First Wednes. in Jan April, July & Oct. 
Second Wednesday of every month 


F. M. Sowdon 
A. G. Macdonell ... 


Ezra 






Mount Horeb ... 
St. Mirk s 


Second Wednes. in Mar. June, Sep. & Dec. 
Second Wednesday of every month 


B. Handsley 


11. W. Dolany 
E. R. Carpenter ... 
John Boyd 


Pentalpha 
McCallum 




Friday on or aft. full m. of every month 




Huron 


Isaac F Toms 
David Denoon 
G. H. Patterson ... 
C. S. Elliot 


Prince Edward... 
Waterloo 




Gait 
Orillia 




First Tuesday of every month 




Whitby 


Third Thursday of every month 


George H. Dartnell 
.Tamos ATip-ht . . 


Corinthian 


Peterboro gh 
Port Hope... 
Bradford ... 
Moncton, NB 
Guelph 
Ingersoll ... 




MMirica Dnnsford 
J. B. O Dell 




Second Thursday of every month .folm Wright: 




Friday on or before full m. of every montb. 
Third Monday of every month 


J. W. II. Wilsou . . 




Hon. Bliss Botsford 
Alex. B. Petrie 
R. A. Woodcock ... 




Guelpli 


Friday on or after full m of every month 
First Tuesday after the full moon 


Geo. It. Jessop 
C. II. Sorley 


Harris 



Representatives In Supreme Grand Covincil A. &- A. Rite XXXIII. Degree. 

England and Wales and Colonial Dependencies in Canada. 

111. Bro. Thos. Douglas Harington, 33 Representative of the Supreme Grand Council in Canada. 
" " Col. W. J. B. McLood Moore, 33 Past Representative of Supreme Grand Council. 
" " John W. Murton, 33 Sovereign Grand Inspector General. 
" " Thompson Wilson, 33 " " 

" " Thomas Bird Harris, 33 " " " 



G-rajul Conclave of the United Orders of the Temple aiul Hospitallers of 
St. John of Jerusalem tfcc.j for Canada* 

Officers for the year A.D. 1870-71. 

V. E. t Sir Kt. W. J. B. McLeod Moore, 33 Grand Prior for the Dominion of Canada. 
4i I " T. D. Haringtou, 33 Deputy Grand Prior and Commander. 
" % " T. B. Hirris, 33 Grand Chancellor. 
" if " C. D. Macdonnell, Grand Commander for Provinces of Ontario and Quebec. 



E. % Sir Kt. Uobt. Marshall, 33 
J " James K. Kerr, 18 
1 " Robert liauipay, 32 
f " Rev. V. Clement! 
Isaac P. Willson 
M. II. Spencer 
Thos. B. Harris, 33 
Thomas White 
A. J. Nuthall 
L. II. Henderson, 
C. H. Kathan, 
W. H. Day, 
Francis M. Sowdon, 



V. E. t 
t 
t 

t 



Grand 


Senechal 


" 


Prior. 


H 


Sub-Prior. 


u 


Prelate. 


ti 


1st Ciptain 




2nd Captain 




Cliancellor 




A ice-Chancel r 




Registrar 




Treasurer 


u 


Chamberlain 


tl 


Hospitaller 


(1 


Dir. of Ceivm. 



=- Sir Kt. N. B Phillips 

B. G. Conk! in 
F. J. Menet, 18 
W. ChatfitLd 
Rev. H. Bartlett 
W. B. Falconer 
J. F. La.ih 

R. Kincaid 

C. S Klliot 

J. T. Denuistoun 
"K. R. Carpenter 
W. W. Summers 



Gr.ind 1st Expert 

" 2nd Expert 

< 1st Staiul d Ueare? 

" 2nd Stau d Hearer 
Almoner 

1st Aide-de-Camp 
2nd Aide-de-Camp 
Cuptidu of Ijines 
1st Herald 
2;;d II-raM 
Sword Bearer 
Equerry. 



The next Regular Assambly v?ill be held at Hamilton, on the 2nd Wednesday, A3I. 5S75, A.D. 1871, A.O. 7a2. 

SUBORDINATE ENCAMPMENTS. 



ENCAMPMENT. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIGHTS OF MEETING. 


EMT. COMMANDER. 


REGISTOAK. 


Hugh de Payens 
Wm delaMore,thMartyr 
Geoffrey do St. Aldemar.. 
Godfrey de Bouillon 
Richard Coeur de Lion ... 
King Baldwin 
KU U-trd C<ur du Lion .. 


Kingston .... 
Ottawa 
Toronto 
Hamilton ... 
London 
IVIlfville .... 
Muntrcr.l ... 
St.Catharin s 
St instrad ... 
C .llingwood 
Crillin 


2nd Monday, Jan., April, July & Oct. ... 
2nd Monday, Feb., May, August A Nov. 
1st Friday, Feb., May, August and Nov. 
1st Friday in every month 


II. E. Scales 
T. D. Harington 
J K Kerr 


S. D. Fowler 

W. R. Harris 
A J.Nuthall 
T. F. MrMulIen 

Robort GUI .;. .11 
W. Bathgate 

Ger-rgo D.Wyman 
10. R. Carpenter 


Win. Reid 
T Wilson 


First Monday, Jan., April, July .v Oct.... 


L. II. Hi-ndcTRon 
A. A. Stevens.m . 
Issac P. WillfMi. 
C. It Kathun . ... 
H Robertson 
S. C Klliot 


2nd Monday, Feb., April, July & Oct. ... 
Wed iifsd. next p.f.m.Mar.June.Sep.&Dec. 


x . 




1st Monday, Jan., April, July and Oct... 
2nd M .inlay. Mar. Apr. June. Sept. & Dec. 


Mo^re 


Petcrboro ... 


C. D. Macdonnell 



ADDRESS. 



:ir Kt. W. J. B. McLeod Moore, 33Granrt Prior, Laprairie, Province of Quebec. Canada. 
" T. Douglas Harinst>n, 33 Dt>p. Grand Prior, Ottawa, " Onturio, 

" Tlionuis B. Harris, 33 Grand Chancellor, Hamilton, 



Evclesinslical ami Military Ovder of KnigUts of tlijj Rc .l Cross of 

and C onslaittiite. 

111. Bro. Col. W. J. B. McLeod Moora, Chisf Inspector General of Cmiada. 
" u ID UsrhiftDn Inspector General tbr Outa; io and fin 

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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 



Grand Iiotlse of Ontario. 



W. N. o>d M. W. Grand Master St. Mary s 

John Gibson R. W. Deputy Grand Master. Stratford 

,T. J. Earasay " Grand Warden Toronto 

J.B.King." " " Secretary Brantford 

A.D.Clement... " " Treasurer Brantford 

Jas. Woodyatr, ... " " Representative .Brantford 



Trios. Patridge ...B. W. Grand Representative .London 



Thomas Reid 

W.D.Kennedy... 

A. M Phail " 

C.F.Hanson " 

M. Blume " 



Marshal Windsor 

Conductor Hamilton 

Guaraiiiu London 

Chaplain London 

Herald Toronto. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



LODGE. 


NO. 
9 


LOCATION. 

Brockville 


NIGHT OF MEETING. 

Tuesday 


LODGE. 


NO. 

49 


LOCATION. 


NIGHT OF MEETING. 


Union 


lo 


St. Catharines. 


Monday 


Otter . . 


50 




MOD day 


Chatham 


rn 


Chatham 


Tuesday 


Bissell 


51 


Mitchell 


Mondoy 




30 


London 


Tuesday 




52 






Erie 


33 


Port Burwell... 






53 


Clifton 






34 


Brantford 


Thursday 




54 






Samaritan 


85 


Ingersoll 


Wednesday 


fidelity 


55 




Thursilcty 


St. Mary s 


Sfi 


St. Mary s 


Tuesday 




50 






Fortst City 


38 




Monday 




57 




Thur^ Sv 




41 


Stratford 






58 








44 


Hamilton 






59 








45 


Windsor 






60 


Wardsville 




Mt Zioa 


46 


Newbury 


Thursday 




Cl 






Unity 


47 


Hamilton 


Wednesday 




62 






Dominion 


48 


London 





























JUDICIARY. 



THE LAW SOCIETY OF UPPER CANADA. 

VISITORS. 

Hon.-W.H.Praper.CB.jChief Justice Court of ErrorA Appeal 

Hon. W. B. Richards, Chief Justice of Ontario. 

Hon. John Godfrey Spragge, Chancellor of Ontario. 

Hon. J. H. Hagarty, D.C.L., Chief Justice of Common Pleas. 

Hon. J. C. Morrison, Judge Court of Queen s bench. 

Hon. Adam Wilson, Judge Court of Queen s Bench. 

Hon. Oliver Mowat, Vice-Chancellor. 

Hon. John W. Gwynne, Judge Court of Common Pleas. 

Hon. Thomas Gait, Judge Court of Common Pleas. 

Hon. Samuel H. Strong, Vice-Chancellor. 

TREASURER. 

Hon. John Hillyard Cameron, D.C.L., Q C. 

BENCHERS. 

Geff. Ridotit ; Marshall S. Bidwell; David Jones; George 
Rtrfph; George S.Jarvis; Clarke Gamble, Q.C.; Marcus F. 
Whitohead; George Boswell, Q.C.; Miles O Keilly, QC. ; 
Hon. John Hillyard Cameron, D.C.L., Q.C. ; Hon. George 
Sherwood, Q. C.\ James Smith, QC. ; Hon. Sir John A. 
Macdonuld, K.C.B. Q.C.; Hon. John ROSP, Q.O.; Hon. 
John S. Macdonald, Q.C ; Marcus Burrett; Charles Baby; 
George Diiggan ; John Crawford, Q.C.; Geo B. L. Fellowes, 
Q.C.; Seeker Brough. Q.C.; Ne-bitt Kirchhoffer, QC.; S. 
B. Freomsin, Q.C. ; Holland McDonald. Q.O. ; J. Bell, Q.C.; 
J. S. Smith : II. C. R. Becher, Q.C. ; Lewis Wallbridge, Q C. ; 
Richard Miller, Q.C. ; G.W. Burton, Q.C.; Hon. A. Camp 
bell, Q.C. ; Hon. Stephen Richards, Q.C. ; D. B. Head, Q C ; 
John Hector, Q.C.; J. Jf, Pringle; Hon. J. Prince, Q.C.: J. 
jiugijan, Q. 1 . .; J. A. Henderson, D.C.1>.; Matthew K. Van 
Koughnet; Hon. James Patton, LL.D., Q.C. ; Philip Low, 
Q.C. : Richard F. Steele; Sir Jas. L. Rohiuson, Bart.; J. B. 
Lewis, Q.C.; J. J. Burrowes; D. McMichael, LL D.; Hon. 

A. IN. Uichardi--, Q.C.; lion James Cockbura, Q.C. ; Win. 
Proudioot; K. Mackenzie, Q C. ; R. Dennistoun, Q.C. ; A. 
Morrison; C. S. Patterson; Albert Princn, Q.C.; Samuel 

B. Uiu-i. iau; James O Reilly, Q C. ; John Crinkmore. 

SEORETART, LIBRARIAN AND EXAMINER. 

Hugh X. Gwynne, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin. 

EXAMINKRS IN LAW. 

John T. Anderson, Esq., Common Law. Alex. Leith, 
Esq., lieal Property. Thomas Moss, M.A., Equity. 

Courts of Law and Equity. 

COURT OF EY.HOR AND APPEAL. Constituted for the hear- 
iuKi: appeals iu civil cases from the Courts of Queen s 
Bench, Chancery and Common Pleas ; and appeals in criin- 
inti ca^es from the Courts of Queen s Bench and Common 
J icfis. From the judgment of this court, an appeal lies to 
Her M.ij-sty in Privy Council, in cases over 1,000, or 
wlw.-e annual rent, fee, or future rights of any amount, 

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are affected. Judges lion. Wm. H. Draper, C.I5., Chief 
Justice of the Court of Error and Appeal in Ontario; Hon. 
Win Buell Richards, Chief Justice of Ontario; Hon. John 
Godfrey Spragge, Chancellor of Ontario ; Hon. John H. 
Hagarty, D.C.L., Chief Justice of the Common Pleas; Hon. 
J. Curran Morrison, Judge Court of Queen s Bench; Hon. 
A clam Wilson, Judge of the Court of Queen s Bench ; Hon. 
Oliver Mowat, Vice-Chancellor ; Hon. John W. Gwynne, 
Judge Court of Common Pleas; Hon. Thomas Gait, Judge 
Court of Common Pleas ; Hon. Samuel II. Strong, Vice- 
Chancellor. Clerk and Reporter Alexander Grant. 

COURT OP QUEEN S BENCH. The jurisdiction of this Court 
extends to all manner of actions, causes and suits, criminal 
and civil, real, personal and mixed, within Upper Canada, 
and it may proceed in such, by such process and course aa 
are provided by law, and as shall tend with justice and 
despatch to determine the same; and may hear and deter 
mine all issues of law, and also with the inquest of twelve 
good and lawful men (except in cases otherwise provided 
for) ti y all issues of fact, and give judgment and award exe 
cution, thereon, and also in matters which relate to the 
Queen s Revenue (including the condemnation of contra 
band or smuggled goods) as may be done by Her Majesty s 
Supei ior Courts of Law in England. Chi?/ Justice Hon. 
William Buell Richards. Puisne Judges Hon. Joseph C. 
Morrison, and Hon. Adam Wilson. Clerk of the Crown 
and Plea.-; Robert G. Dal ton. Reporter Chris. Robinson, 
Q.C. Senior Clerk John Small. Junior or Docketing -Clerk 
Wm. Lynes. Oner and Usher Andrew Fleming. 

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. This Court has the same powers 
and jurisdiction as a Court of Record, as the Courlot Queeu s 
Benoh. Writs of summons and capias issue alternately from 
either court. Chief Justice Hon. John Hawkins Haitarty, 
D.C.L. Puisne Jwlges Hon. J. W. Gwynne and Hon. 
Thomas Gait. Clei k of the Crown and Pleas M. B. Jack 
son. Reporter S. J. VanKoughnet, M.A. Heninr C krk 
and Taxir/y Officer S. B. Clarke. Junior or Do<: ! 
Clerk B. T. Jackson. Orier and Usher Patrick Ccnaell. 

COURT OF CHANCERY. This Court has the like jurisdiction 
as the Court of Chancery in England, in cases of fraud, 
accident, trusts, executors. administrator9,co-partner?hip3, 
account, mortgages, awards, dower, infants, idiots, lunatics 
and I heir estates, waste, specific performance, discovery, and 
to prevent multiplicity of suits, staying proceedings at law 
prosecuted against equity and good conscience, and may 
decree the issue, repeal or avoidance of letters patent, and 
generally the like powers which the Court of Chancery in 
England possesses to administer justice in all cases in which 
there is no adequate remedy at law. Chancellor Hon. 
John G. Spragge. Vice-Chancellors Hon. Oliver Mowat 
and Hon. Samuel H. Strong. Judges Secretary T. W. 
Taylor. Speuul Examiners John Hector, Q.C., and Jas. 
II. Esten. Registrar and Reporter Ales.. Grant. Clerk of 

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JUDICIARY. 



[1871. 



Records and Writs Arthur Holmested. Registrar s Clerk 
Willoughby Cummings. Docketing Clerk Thos. Gray. 
Entering Clerks E. Arnold! and A. F. McLean. Usher 
Donald Sutherland. Messenger W. D. Croftou. 

MASTER S OFFICE is CHANCERY. Master in Ordinary 

John A. Boy d. Taxing Master . Master s 

Chief Clerk Walter M. Ross. Junior Clerk J. P. Mac- 
donell. Local Masters and Deputy Registrars Barrie 
James R. Cotter. BeJleville Wm. W. Dean. Brampton 
Judge Scott. Brantford Juhn Cameron. Brockville J. 

D. Buell. Chatham . Cobourg, Lindsay 

and Ptterboro Wm. H. Weller. Cornwall John Berlin 
Goderich II. McDeimott. Ouelph James W. Hall. 
Hamilton Vfm. Leggo. Kingston James A. Henderson, 
D.C.L. London James Shanley. L Orignal J.Butterfield. 
Ottawa W. M. Matheson. Owen Sound David A. Creasor. 
Pert/i W. 0. Buell. Simcoe David Tisdale. Sandwich 
Samuel S. Maodonell. Sarnia P. T. Poussett. St. 
Catliarines F W. McDonald. St. Thomas James Stan- 
ton. Stratford G. W. Lawrence. Sault Ste. Marie, 
Abjomallon. John Prince, Q.C. Walkerton Vim. Allan 
McLean. Whitliy George H. Dartnell. Woodstock H. 
B. Beard. 

ACCOUNTANT GENERAL S OFFICE. Accountant General 
Andrew Norton Buell. 



PRACTICE COURT AND CHAMBERS. One of the Common 
Law Judges holds a Court during each Term, called the 
" Practice Court," for hearing matters relating to the 
adding or justifying bail, discharging insolvent debtors, 
administering oaths, hearing and determining matters on 
motion, and making rules and orders in causes and busi 
ness depending in either of said law courts. Chambers a re 
held each day in Common Law and Chancery by one of the 
judges of the -<aid courts, and under recent statutes by the 
clerk of the Crown and Pleas in common law, and by the 
judges secretary in chancery, for such business relating to 
suits therein as may be transacted by a single judge out 
of eomt. Clerk, Common Law Chambers W. B. Heward. 
Reporter in Practice, Court and Common Law Chambers 
IPnry O Brien. Reporter Chancery Chambers Charles 
W. Cooper. 

HEIR AND DEVISEE COURT. Commissioners, the Judges of 
the Superior Courts, and such other persons as may be 
appointed by commission under the Great Seal. Their 
duties are to determine claims to lands in Upper Canada, 
for which no patent has issued from the Crown in favour 
erf the proper claimants, whether as heirs, devisees or as- 
s1_rni < j s. Sittings at Toronto, first Monday in January and 
July in each year. Clerk of Commissioners, W. B. Heward. 

COUNTY COURTS. Presided over by a resident Judge in 
each county. Their jurisdiction extends to all personal 
actions where the debt or damages claimed do not exceed 
50 ; aad to all suits relating to debt, covenant or con 
tract, where the amount is ascertained by the acts of the 
parties or signature of the defendant, to 100 ; and to all 
bail bonds and recognizances of bail given in the County 
Court, to any amount ; but not to cases involving the title 
to lands, validity of wills, or actions for libel, slander, crim. 
eon., or seduction. An appeal lies to either of the Superior 
Courts of Law. 

SURROGATE COURTS. The jurisdiction of these Courts re 
lates to all testamentary matters and causes, and to the 
granting or revoking of probate of wills, and letters of 
administration of the effects of deceased persons having 
estate or effects in Upper Canada, and all matters arising 
out of or connected with the grant or revocation of probate 
or administration, subject to an appeal to the Court of 
Chancery. The County Judges are also Judges of the Sur 
rogate Courts. Chief Surrogate Clerk at Toronto Sir J. 
L. Robinson, Bart. 

COURTS OF GENERAL SESSIONS. The County Judge in 
each county, holds a Court of General Sessions in his 
county semi-annually on the second Tuesday in June and 
December, except in the csunty of York, in which county 
said court is held three times, commencing on the second 
Tuesday in March, July and December, for the trial of 
cases of lelony and misdemeanor, but treason and capital 
felonies are exempted from their jurisdiction. 

SPEEDY TRIALS OCT OF SESSION By the Act of the Par 
liament of Canada, 32 Vic,, cap any person committed 
to jail for trial, on charge of being guilty of any offence 
for which he may be tried at a Court of General Sessions, 
may, with his own coment, and subject to the provisions 



of the said Act in that behalf, be forthwith tried by the 
judge of the County Court and General Sessions without 
a jury, and if convicted be sentenced by the said judge, 
and the judge sitting on any such trial for *ll the purposes 
thereof, is constituted a Court of Record, and the record in 
any such case shall be filed among the records of the 
Court of General Sessions last mentioned. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS COURTS. These courts, which now 
have reference to traders only, are regulated by the Act 32 
& 33 Vic. cap. 16, known as -the Insolvent Act of 1SG9," 
which repealed all former statutes and consolidated and 
assimilated the practice in Bankruptcy and Insolvency in 
the several Provinces of the Dominion. The county judges 
in the several counties preside, and official assignees are 
nominated by the Board of Trade at any place, or the 
council thereof, within the county or district in which 
such Board of Trade exists, or in any county or district 
adjacent thereto in which there is no Board of Trade. 

DIVISION COURTS. For the summary disposal of cases by 
a Judge ; but a jury of five persons may be demanded in 
certain cases. Their jurisdiction extends to actions of debt 
or contract amounting to 25 ; injuries or torts to personal 
chattels amounting to 10; and personal actions to that 
amount, if not excepted from their jurisdiction ; but not 
to actions for gambling debts, liquors drunk in a tavern, 
or notes of hand given therefor, ejectment, title to land, 
&c., or any toll, custom or franchise, will or settlement, 
malicious prosecution, libel, slander, crim.con., seduction 
or breach of promise, or actions against a J. P. for anything 
done by him in the execution of his office, if he objects to 
it. Each judicial district is divided into court divisions, 
and courts are held once in two months in each division, 
or oftener, at the discretion of the Judge. Tue Divisions 
are established by the Courts of General Sessions, and in 
certain cases by the Judges. 

BOARD OF COUNTY JUDGES CJiairman .T, R. Gowan, 
Countv Simcoe. Members S. J. Jones, C unity Brant; 
D. J. Hughes, County Elgin; Jas. Daniell, Countwb Pres- 
cott & Russell ; and Jas. Smith, County Victoria. 

Crown Law Officers. 

MINISTER OF JUSTICE AND ATTORNEY-GENERAL FOR THE 
DOMINION OF CANADA. Hon. Sir John Alex. Macdonald, 
K.C.B , Q.C. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL FOR THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 
Hon. John Sandfield Macdonald, Q.C. 

Officers of the Courts. 

CLERKS OF ASSIZE. The Deputy Clerks of the Crown are 
ex-omcio Clerks of Assize and Marshals in their respective 
counties. 

DEPUTY CLERKS OF THE CROWN. The Clerks of the County 
Courts will be ex-omcio Deputy Clerks of the Crown and 
Pleas of their several counties as the present incumbents 
vacate by death or otherwise. 

CLERK OF THE PROCESS. For sealing and iss iing Writs 
of Summons and other Writs in the Queen s Bench and 
Common Pleas (alternately) Alan Cameron. A ;si.<L Clerk 
C. Ansell Steward (acting). The Deputy Clerks of the 
Crown in the several Counties are supplied with writs 
from Toronto, and re-issue the same in their respective 
counties. 

Terms of the Courts. 

COURT OF ERROR AND APPEAL This Court holds its sif 
tings twice a year at Toronto, in the months of January 
and June, upon such days as it may by rule or order from 
time to time appoint, and may adjourn such sitting from 
day to day, or for any such longer period as it may deem 
expedient, and may also appoint days for giving judgment 
or for disposing of business as in its discretion it sUall 
see fit. 

LAW TERMS. Hilary begins first Monday in February, 
and ends Saturday of the ensuing week ; Raster Im;:iiis3rd 
Monday in May, and ends Saturday of the second week 
thereafter; Michaelmas begins third Monday in November 
and ends Saturday of the second week thereafter. By the 
act 29 & 30 Vic. e*p. 40, Trinity Term, hitherto commenc 
ing on the Monday after the 21st August, is abolished; 
but the same statute gives power to the Courts of Queen s 
Bench and Common Pleas, at their dHcreti in. to hold pit- 
tings in bane in time of vacation (except long vacation), 
by virtue of a rule or order of the court, respectively to DO 
made in or out of term, for the hearing of such special 
cases or rules for new trials as shall be named in a list to 



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be attached to any such rule or order, and for giving of 
judgments in cases previously argued, and for disposing 
of such other business as the court in its discretion shall 
see fit. Notice of i-uch rules to be given in form and man 
ner prescribed by the at, six clear days before the day 
appointed. 

CHANCERY TEEMS. Examination Terms From 1st Tues 
day of February to the Saturday after 2nd Tuesday of 
April ; ai>d from 1st Tuesday of September to the Saturday 
aiter 1st Tuesday of November. Hearing Terms From 4th 
Monday in April until Saturday of trie following week; 
arid from 3rd Monday in November until Saturday of the 
following week. The Court also sits every Tuesday (ex 
cept during the regular vacations) throughout the year, 
for hearing motions for Decrees, motions for or to dissolve 
special injunctions, and appeals from tiie reports of the 
Master or Deputy Masters. 

LONG VACATION extends from the 1st of July to the 
21st of August. 

COUNTY COURT TERMS The several County Courts in 
Ontario h .W. seniktniiually, terms to commence on the 
lirst Monday in Jan. and July and end the following Sat 
urday, except the County Court of the county of York, 
which holds three terms, to commonce respectively, on the 
first Monday in January and April and the last Monday 
in August, and ending on the Saurday of the same week. 

Circuits of the Courts. 

LAW CIECUITS. Courts of Assize and Nisi Pritis and 
of Oye; 1 and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery ehall 
be held twice a year in each County or union of Coun 
ties, in ihe vacation between Hilary and Easter Terms, 
and between that period of th" vacation after the 21st ot 
Augu-t and Michaelmas Term, except in the County of 
the City of Toronto and the County of York, in each of 
which counties there shall be a third such Court in every 
year, in the vacation between Michaelmas and Hilary 
ItCBU. There are six Circuits, as follows, viz : 

The Eastern : Brockville, Cornwall, Kingston, L Orignal, 
Ottawa, Pembroke, Perth. Midland: Belleville, Cobourg, 
Lindsay, Napanee, Peterboro , Picton, Whjtby. Niagara: 
Han-it). Hamilton. Milton, Owen Sound, St. Catharines, 
We! land. Oxford: Berlin, Brantford, Cayuga, Guelph, 
Siuwoe, Stratford, Woodstock Western: Chatham, Gode- 



rich, London. Sandwich, Sarnia, St. Thomas, Walkerton. 
Home: Brampton, Toronto. 

The Courts in each Circuit shall he presided over by one 
of the Chief Justices or Judges 01 the Superior Courts, or, 
in their absence, by some one Judge of a County Court, 
or some one of her Majesty s Counsel learned in the law, 
requested by any one of the Chief Justices or Judges of 
the Superior Courts to act in that behalf. 

CHANCERY CIRCUITS For the Examination of Witnesses 
and Hearing Causes are held in the Spring and Fall of each 
year as follows : 

To onto: Toronto. Eastern: Belleville, Brockville. Corn 
wall. Kingston, Ottawa, Peterboro , Cobourg. Western : 
Chatham. Goderich, London, Sandwich, Sarnia, Simcoe, 
Stratford, Woodstock. Home: Barrie. Brantford, Guelph, 
Hamilton, Owen Sound, St. Catharines, Whitby, Lindsay. 

The Courts in each Circuit are presided over by the 
Chancellor or one of the Vice Chancellors, or bj any one 
of Her Majesty s Counsel learned in the law, requested 
by the Chancellor or one of the Vice Chancellors to act in 
that behalf. 

COMMISSIONERS FOR TAKING AFFIDAVITS. These Commis 
sioners may be classed under three headings. First 
Commissioners in Ontario for taking affidavits to be used 
in Ontario under Consolidated Statuses of Upper Canada, 
22 Vic. cap. 39. Second Commissioners in Ontario for 
taking affidavits to be used in Quebec, and Commissioners 
in Quebec for taking affidavits to be used in Ontario, 
under Consolidated Statutes of Canada, 22 Vic. cap. 79. 
Third Commissioners in England, or any Colony or De 
pendency thereof, for taking affidavits to be used in Can 
ada, under 26 Vic, cap. 41. The Commissioners appointed 
of the first and second headings are too numerous and are 
too generally known to need insertion here Those of the 
third heading are Charles Bischotf (Biochoff. Bonipas and 
Bischoff, Solicitors), Great Winchester Street, London, 
England; John Morris (Ashurst, Morris & Co.. Solicitors), 
6 Old Jewry, London, England ; W. Grain, Notary Public, 
31 Threadueedle Street, London, England; W. D. Fresh- 
field (Messrs. Freshfield, Solicitors), Bank Buildings, Loth- 
bury, London, England. 

LEGAL HOLIDAYS. Sundays; Christmas Day; Good 
Friday ; Easter Monday ; New Year s Day ; The Birthday 
of the Sovereign, and any day appointed by proclamation 
for a general fast or thanksgiving. 



AI.09.VA DISTRICT. 

I. W. H. Carney ... Sault Ste. Marie 

II. Wm. C. Iiubi Bruce Mines 

III. A. M. Ironsides ... Minitowaning 
IV. Fort William 

BRANT. 

I. Joseph Robinson Brautford 

II. Walter Gouiulouk Paris 

III. Jame* Heed St. George 

IV. Wai. H. Serpell Burford 

V. Alon/.o Foster Scotland 

VI. W. 3. Buckwoll Onondaga 

BRUCE. 

I. Win. Collins Walkerton 

II. H. B. O Connor Riversdale 

III. Joseph Barker Kincardine 

IV. John Valentine Paisley 

V. Jno. East wood.... Southampton 

VI. Hugh Murray Underwood 

Vlf. W. ri. Fr.-incis Invermay 

VIII. Bryce Miller Wiarton 

CARLETON. 

I. Geo. R. Burke Ottawa 

II. John McLaren Richmond 

III. John Fenron South Huntley 

IV. Win. D. Pijott ....Fitzroy Harbor 

V. James Beeman North Gower 

VI. Ira Morgan Metcalf, Osgoode 

VII. Frederick W. Ilarmer ... Nepean 

ELGIN. 

I. Wtn. E. Hughes Aylmer 

II. James Farley St. Thomas 

ITT. JmeK Farley St. Thomas 

IV. F. McDiarmid Airey, Aldboro 



Division Court Clerks. 



I. Louis J. Fluutt Sandwich 

II. Alanson Botsford...Amherstburg 

III. James King Kingsville 

IV. G. Buchanan Colchester 

V. Jonathan Wicrfield Mersea 

VI. Francis Graham Rochester 

VII. James L. G. Elliott Windsor 

FRONTENAC. 

I. John Duff Kingston 

II. P. McKiiu Cataraqui 

III. Charles Ruttan Sydenham 

IV. Samuel Stewart... Harrowsinith 
V. D. J. Walker Inverary 

GREY. 

I. Thomas Gordon Owen Sound 

II. Wm. Jackson Durham 

III. Thos. Plunkett Meaford 

IV. Thos. J. Rorke Collingwood 

V. John W. Armstrong Proton 

VI. Henry Card well Chatsworth 

HALDIMAND. 

I. James Aldridge Caledonia 

II. James Mitchell Cayuga 

III. John Armour Dunnville 

IV. I. Honsberger Raiuham 

V. Seth K. Smith Canoorough 

VI. Chaa. E. Bourne Nanticoke 

HALTON. 

I. John Holgate Milton 

II. Robert Burner Oakville 

III. Robert Young Georgetown 

IV. James Mathews Acton 

V. S. R. Lister Nassagiweya 

VI. Robert Miller Nelson 



HASTINGS. 

I. Robert C. Ilulme Belleville 

II. P. C. Ketcheson Sidney 

III. Hiram Holden Shannonville 

IV. Robert McCammon Tweed 

V. William Judd Stirling 

VI. George D. Rawe ,.. Hastings 

VII. J.J.Ryan Eust Moira 

VIII. Jacob Sills Cannifton 

IX. Jeremiah Simmons Trenton 

X. David Bently Marmora 

XI. James Mairs Bridgewater 

HURON. 

I. P. A. McDougall Goderich 

II. Ludwig Meyer Seatbrth 

III. W. W. Farran Clinton 

IV. Benjamin Fralick Dingle 

V. Thomas Trivitt Exeter 

VI. John Cooke Dungannon 

VII. David H. Ritchie Bayfield 

KENT. 

I. Wm. Wells Chatham 

II. J. Duck Morpeth 

III. D. W r allace Dawn Mills 

IV. G. Young Harwich 

V. John Lillie, jun... Wallaceburgh 

VI. J.Taylor Bothwell 

LAMBTON. 

. I. P. T. Poussett Sarnia 

II. Alex. D.Elliott Warwick 

III. William Webster Florence 

IV. P. Catanach Sombra 

V. Thomas R. Scott Hillxhoro 

VI. T. Kirkpatrick ..Widder Station 

VII. Robert Dale Mooretown 



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VIII. Robert Fuller Petrolia 

IX John W. Eraiian Alvinston 

LANARK. 

I. Perth 

II. Win. Robertson Lanark 

III. James 0. Pocle...Carleton Place 

IV. K. Harper Smith s Falls 

V. R. II. Davia Pakenham 

VI. John Patterson Ramsay 

LEEDS AND CRENVILLE. 

I. David B.Jones Brockville 

IT. Bartholomew White ... Prescott 

III. S. McCammoa Gananoque 

IV. Kobert Leslie Kemptville 

V. Michael Kelly Merrickville 

VI. W. II. Denaut Delta 

VII. Hi ram McCrea ITrankville 

VIIT. Horace Kilborn Newboro 

IX. David M.tnsell Farmersville 

X. Thos. Robertson ... Spencerville 
XI. Wrven Lymau N. Augusta 

XII. Alfred A. Mmiro...M.illorytown 

I.HSNOX ANJ> ADMNGTON. 

I. Charles James.* Napanee 

Ti. Charles L. Rogers Batn 

Hi. .lohu M. Mallory Parma 

IV. Peter Johnston ... Clark s Mills 
V. Wm. Whelau Centreville 

VI. Henry Poltz Wilton 

VII. Reuben IV. Neely Tarn worth 

uxbeur. 

T. W. B. Winterbottom Niagara 

n. W.A.MitttehBnjBr, St. Catharines 

III. Clark Snure Jordan 

IV. John C. Kerr Bearosville 

V. Robert Thompson Smithville 

VI. Thos. Pearson..Ahiu.!?don, Caistor 

VII. Geo.Seeord..St. Ann s, Gainsboro 

MIDDLESEX. 

I. John C. Meredith London 

II. G-jstavus G. Hamilton ... Nairn 

III. John Flanagan Lucan 

IV. W. F. Bullen Delaware 

V. Andrew Wilson Wardsville 

VI. Joseph Small Strathroy 

VII. Thomas Smith Nilestown 

VIII. W. B. Bernard Arva 

NORFOLK. 

I. Edmund Jackson Simcoe 

II. ttdwd. Matthews Waterford 

III. D. W. Freeman Simcoe 

IV. C. 8. Harris Courtland 

V. W.Hewitt Vittoria 

VI. 8. P. Mai:>ee Port Rowan 

VII. T. ChamberHn...HoughtojJ Cen. 
VIII. Samuel Gamble Port Dover 

NOr.TdUMBERLAND AND DURHAM. 

I. Chas. Clark. ssen....Bowmanville 
H. Samuel Wilinot Newcastle 

III. Wm. Sheppard Port Hope 

IV. Wm. Tinner Millbrook 

V. James Austou Cobourg 

VI. James G. Rogers Grafton 

VII. Wm. Johnstons Colborne 

VI II. Oeorge S. Burroll Brighton 

IX. Jini . D - ifilHS Warkivorth 

X. Henry Fk-ldhou.se Murray 

XI. Daniel Kennedy. ..Campbell ford 
XII. James Fluke Cartwright 



ONTARIO. 

I. D. C. Macdonell Whitby 

II. Charles Taylor Pickering 

III. Harris Burnham Port Perry 

IV. Joseph Dickey Uxbridge 

V. Charles Bnrnham Cannington 

VI. C. Robinson Beaverton 

Vil. Henry . O Dell Atherley 

OXFORD. 

I. David M. Perry Woodstock 

II. William H. Landon Princeton 

III. Donald Matheson Embro 

IV. James Barr Norwichville 

V. David Canfield Ingersoll 

VI. Charles Hawkins Tilsonburg 

PEEL. 

I. T. A Agar Brampton 

II. A. Simpson Streetsville 

III. John Harris Charleston 

IV. f>. R. Bolton Bolton Village 

V. M. K. Brougham ... Grahamsvillo 

PERTH. 

I. David B. Burritt Stratford 

II. Thomas Matheson Mitchell 

III. J. Coleman St. Mary s 

IV. George Brown Shakespeare 

V. Samuel Whaley.... West s Corners 

VI. D. D. Hay Listowel 

PETERBOROUGH. 

I. John J. Hall Peterboro 

II. John A. Butterfield ... Norwood 

Iii. Thomas Campbell Keene 

IV. S. S. Peck Miuden 

V. Samuel Sherin Lakeneld 

PRESCOTT AND RUSSELL. 

James 0. Gates L Orignal 

John Shields Vankleekbill 

A. MacSean.. East Hawkesbury 
J.is. Von Bridger... Plantagenet 

J. S. Cameron Cumberland 

John K.Craig Russell 

Thos. White Hawkesbury 

John Downing Caledonia 



I. 

II. 

III. 

IV. 

V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

I. 

II. 

III. 

IV. 

V. 

VI. 

vn. 

VIII. 

i. 

ii. 
in. 

IV. 

V. 
VI. 

VII. 
iVIII. 



PRINCE EDWARD. 

John P. Downes Picton 

James Cook Milford 

Israel Hamilton. Demorestville 
Sylv. Spragge.... Roblin s Mills 

Wm, Young Wellington 

II. Spafford Cherry Val. Bloomf. 

Joshua M. Cadman Consecon 

R. IIill...Bongard s Cor., Picton 

RENFREW. 

Andrew Irving Pembroke 

Wm. Cannon .... ...Be&chbnrgb 

Wm. Halpenny Renfrew 

G. E. Neilson ^rnprior 

John Halliday Springtown 

S. G. Lynn Eganville 

John Rankin Cjbdeu 

Jos. Kinder. ..Brudenell Corners 



SIMCOE. 

I. Thomas Lloyd Barrie 

Ii. Rf.l(tTt Macoucliy Bradford 

III. F. S. Stephens Ttcum.-.cth 

IV. A. Jantin... Nottawaaaga Mills 
V. John Craig Craijhurst 

VI. Thomas Dallas Orillia 



VII. Thomas Gordon Everett 

VIII. Geo. McManus Mono Mills 

IX. H. E. Jeffery...Pon6tangui8hone 

BTORMOMT, DCXDAS AND OLKNGARY. 

I. Arch. Fraser Williarnstown 

II. C. D. Chisholm Alexandria 

III. Charles Poolo Cornwall 

IV. C. Archibald. Dickensou s Lan g 
V. John W. Loucks Morrisburg 

VI. John S. Ross Ircxjunia 

VII. William J. Kidley Mountain 

VIII. John A. Cockburn Berwick 

IX. Peter Stuart Lancaster 

X. Wm. Rae Winchester 

XI. D. Mclutofh Roxboroxv^h 

XII. John A. McDougall Kenyon 

VICTOFIA. 

I. George W. Millar Woodville 

II. Edward Everest.... Fe;x;lon Falls 

III. W. E Sherwood Bobcaygeon 

IV. James R. McNeillio Otuemee 

V. James McKibbon Lindsay 

VI. William Tavlor Oakwood 

WATERLOO. 

I. A.J.Peterson Berlin 

II. Otto Klotz Prestnn 

III. Peter Keet er Gait 

IV. John Wyllie Ayr 

V. John Allchin ....New HaT:iburixh 

VI. M. P. Empey Hftwkeevllle 

VII. John L. Wideno.ua St. Jacobs 

WKLLAND. 

I. Alfred Willett 

II. S. S. Ha^ir....AVaiulleet. 

III. Thos. Newbiggiin: Fort Erie 

IV. J. A Orchard ... Drumuiondviiw 
V. George Keefer Thaiuld 

WELLINGTON. 

I. 

II. 

III. 

IV. 

V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

XI. 

XII. 



A. A. Baker Guetyh 

Win. Leslie Pu~linch 

Wm. McCarthy Rockwood 

Alex. Cadenhead Fergus 

Wm. Tyler Krm 

John McLean Elora 

George Allan Allansville 

C. O Callaghan Arthur 

Guy Leslie OranojevilUs 

Henry C. Kaye Harriston 

James C. Wi!ti<\;... Mount Forest 
Donald McDonald 

WXSTWOHTH. 

I. Wm. Griffin 
II. Atexis F. Begue LUmOas 

III. J. McMomes. juu... Waterdown 

IV. W. McDonald iiockton 

V. John J. Bradley. ..Stoncy Crek 

VI. L. A. Gurnet t Anoaster 

VII. John Atkinson Gl:iatbril 

VIII. Henry Hall Hall s Cornera 

TOUK. 

I. A. McLean Howard Toronto 

II. J. J Barker Markham 

III. J: M. Lawrence. ..Richmond Hill 

IV. John Ct N "k N ewirmrket 

V. Win. Fry --"utt.ou 

VI. A. Armstrong, jr.... :.; >y.Itown 

VII. D. McCalluiu Biirwic* 

VIII. John Paul .Veston 

XII. W. H. Nunis Wex.ii.rd 



ADDENDA. 

The following New Post Offices mere established in Canada on the 1st October, 1870. 



OFFICE ELECTORAL DIV. POSTMASTER. 

Cold Hrook S., W O King s N S Henry Porter. 

L.Pockraouche.WO Gloucester N B P. Uobtcheaa. 

McAJaui June. WO York N B James Haddock. 

McLaod s Mills, WO Keut N B George Method. 

Nenagh Grey. S. R 0, Thomas Duignan. 



POST OFFICE. 

Port William Stat. 
Sheen boro 



ELECTORAL J>IV. 



King s N S K. A. Forsyth. 



iPootiac !> T.W. McDonald. 

Undine, WO Victoria N ,;*^o 

Vcrsohoyle Oxford, S. R n Ji>hn J) 

Wheaton Sett. WO.Westmuix-huid N B A. K. Ivili t li. 



OFFICES CLOSED. Bowood, Middlesex, 0; Griffin Cove, Gaspe, Q; MeUbecuouan, 

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MONTREAL TELEGKAPII CO. STATIONS IN CANADA. 



125 



MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO. STATIONS IN CANADA. 



Abercovu .. .Q Cnst.letrm O Goderioh O 


Mansonville.. .. Q Port Dalhousie. OiSt.Nichol. Mills 
Manvers O Port Dover O St. Ours 


O O O O OCOOO OO O COCO C 




Cayuga O 


Gould s Landing O 
Grafton O| 
Granby Q 




Chambly Q 
Chateaugay B. . . Q 
Chatham NB 
Chatham O 


Markham O Port Elgin O ; Stottsville 


Ailsa Craig ....O 
Ainleyville .. ..O 
Alanburg O 
Albion O 


Mn.slnnonirp. .. .. O Port HoB6. ., .. O St. Pn.seli.1.1 . 


Granton O Matilda . O Portneuf O Rtratfivrrl 


Jreces Point . . Q 
Jreenwood ....0 


Meaford . .. O Port Perry O Strathrov 


Melocheville Q Port Robinson .. O Streetsville ... 
Merrickville O Port Rowan O St. Thomas .. . 
Metapedia Q Port Ryerse O St. Thomas .. . 
Metcalfe O Port Stanley . . . O Sutton 


Almonte O 


Chippawa O 


Amlierstburg . . O 
An cast or . ,.O 


Clarence O 




Clarendon Cen. Q 
Clarksburg . ...O 
C lit t<m O 


Guelph O 


Angus O 


Hadlow Cove . . Q 
Halifax . ..NS 


Methot s Mills . . Q Port Union . . . . O Sutton Flats . . . 
Metis (Grand) . . Q 1 Prescott O Sweetsbur" . 




Arthabaska. ....Q 
Artlia baskaville Q | 
Arthur O 


Clifton House ..O 
Clinton O 


MillVn-ook O Prescott June.. O 


Hamburgh . . . . O 


Mill Cove Q j Preston O Tara 


Coaticooke ....Q 
Oobonvg O 


Mill Point OiPrince Albert.. O Tavistock . . 


Aultsville . O 




Milton O Princeton O Teeswater . . . 




Colborne O 


Elarrisburg .. .O 
Hastings 


Mitchell O 1 Temperance Val 


Ayer s Flats Q 
Aylmer O 


Collingwood.. . .O 
Oompton Q 


Mohr s Corners O Quebec Q.Terrebone 


Havrkesbnry ..O 
Hemmingford ..Q 
Hi speler . ..O 


Montibello .... QjQueenstou .... O.ThamesviIle .. . 
Moore s Station Q Thorndalo 





.0 


1) 


Ayr O 


Consecon O 


Ba4en O 


Copetown O 






Holland LaudingO 
Hudson Q 


Mount Brydges O Repentigny .. ., Q Thomhill 


Baltimore . O 


Cornwall O 


Mount Forrest.. O Richibucto .. NB Thorold . 


Bark Luke O 
Barru 1 . O 


Cowansville . . . . Q 
Craigls Road . . . . Q 
Cumberland O 

Dalhmisie .. ..NB 
Danville Q 


Hull Q 


Richmond O Three Rivers 


:8 

1 1 


Huntingdon . . . . Q 

Tnd tryor Joliet. Q 
Ingersoll . O 


Napanee O Richmond Q Tilsonbur" . 


Bath O 


Xcwboro O Richmond Hill . O Tiverton 


]>i\ti- ;vri . . Q 


Newburgh . . . . O Ridgway O Toronto 


Q 


Beachburg . ..O 
Beamsville . ..O 
Beauharnois . . . Q 
Be<"m- oiir ...Q 
Belleville O 


Newbury . O Rimouski Q Trenton 


Q 


Invermay O 


New Edinburgh O Riv.duLonp.e.b.Q Trois Pistoles . 
Newcastle O Riv.duLoup,e.h.Q Tyendinago, ... 


-Q 
,0 

.<> 

Q 


Davenport . . . . O 
Delaware O 
Des Joachims . . Q 
DCS Rivieres . . . . Q 
Dickinson s L. ..O 
Don O 


Irish Creek O 
Isacore Q 
Isle Verte Q 


Newcastle NBIRockwood O| 


New Liverpool.. Q Roxton Falls .. Q, Underwood ... 
New Lowell . . . . O Upton 


Belle Ewavt . . . O 
Bell s Corners . . O 
Belceil Q 


Kemptville O 
Kincardine ....O 
King O 


Newmarket . . . . O Sackville .... N B Uxbridge 


o 


Ne wtonville .... O | Sand Point .... O 
Niagara O Sandwich O Vail eyfi eld 


. > 



Q 


Berlin O 


Doucet s Ld ing Q 
Dresden O 


Berthier Q 


Kingston NB 
Kingston ..... O 


Nicolet .. . Q Sarnia O Vankleek Hill 


Bertie O 


Drumbo O 


Norva.1 . . . . O Scarboro O Vaudreuil 


Bic Q 


Drummondville Q 
Duffln s Creek.. O 
Duncanville . . . O 




Norwich O Seaforth O Vienna 


( } 


Black River Q 
Bluevale O 


Klienburg ..... O 


Norwood O Sharon O Vittoria 


1 , 


Knowlton Q 


| Sbakspeare . . . . O 
Oakville O Shanuonville . . . O Wallacebur" 


.0 

o 


Blytho O 




Bobcaygeon O 
Bolton O 


Dundee Q 


Labaie Q 


Odessa O Shediac N B Walkerton 


Dunham Q 


Oil Springs O Sherbrooke .... Q! Wardsville . . . 
Omemee O Sinicoe O.Warkworth 


.( 

.0 

n 


Bord a Plouffe . . Q 
Bothwell . . . . O 


Dunnville O 
Durham O 


L Acadie Q 
Lachine Q 


Orangeville .. .. O Smith s Falls .. Warwick 


Boucherville M. Q 
Boundary Line. 
Bowmanville . . O 
Bradford . . . O 


Durham (G.T.R)Q 

Bcclesville ....O 
Edwardsfturg ..O 
Elora O 


Lachine Junct. Q 
Lacolle Q 


Orillia O Somerset Q Waterdown 


.O 

o 




Laprairie Q 


Oshawa O Southampton.. O Waterloo Villag 
Ottawa O South Bolton . . Q Waterloo 


<l 

.0 
() 


Bramley ... . O 


Lansdowne . . . . O 
L Assomption ..Q 
Lefroy O 


Otterville OS. Hinchinbrook Q Waterloo 


Bvampton O 


Ernestown ....O 
Etchemin ...... Q 


Owen Sound O St. Alexander . . Q Watervill e . . ( . . 
Stanbridge .... Q Watford 


.<J 

i ) 


Brantford O 


Breslau O 


Exeter O 


Lennoxville . . . . Q 
L Epiphanie . . . . Q 
Levis Q 


Paisley O Stanfold Q : Wellnnd 


o 


Bridgewater.. ..O 
Bright O 


Famhara Q 


Pakenham .... O-Stanstead Q Wellington 


.0 
.0 

1 , 


Park Hill . O St. Arroand.. .. Q Wellin"tonSq 


Bri"hton O 


Farrau s Point . C 
Father Point . . Q 
Fenelon Falls.. C 
Fergus O 


Lindsay O 


Paris Depot. .. O Stayner..... . O Wrstou 


Bristol Q 


L Islet Q 
Listowell O 


Paris Town O St. Anne,B.del I Q West Bhefford. 
Pembroke O St. Anne la Per. Q Whitbv 


Q 

i , 


Britannia Mills Q 
Brcckville O 


Little Metis Q 
Londesborough O 
London O 


Perth O St.Anne, laPoc. Q Whitevale 


o 


Brome Q 




Peterboro O St Catharines O Widder 


( ) 


Bromptou Falls Q 
Brooklin O 


Forrest (G.T.R.)O 
Fort Erie O 


Petersburgh.. .. OJSt. Charles Q| Williamsburg . 
Petewawa. . . Q St Charles enb Q Windsor 


.0 

1 1 


Longwood O 


Buotonclie NB 
Burwick O 


Fredericton ..NB 
Frelighsburg ..<J 
Frenchman s B. C 

Gait O 
Gananoque ....C 
Garden Island.. O 
Gatineau Point Q 
Georgetown . . . . C 
Georgeville . . . . Q 
Gilford O 


L Orignal O 
Lucan O 


Petrolia O i St. Cuthbert .. Q Windsor 







it 


Cacotvna Q 


Lyn O 


Pierreville Q ! St. Gnillame . . . . Q Wolf Island . . . 
Plantagenet .. O St Hilaire . . QJWoodbridge 


.O 



.0 

o 


Lynden. O 


Caledonia O 
Caledonia Spngs.C 
Camlachie O 


Madoc O 


Plattsville O St. Hyacinthe . . Q i Woodstock 


Point Claire .. Q Stirling OlWroxeter 


Masro " . . O 


Point Fortune .. Q St. Jean PortJoli Q Wyoming . ... 
Point Levi Q St John . N B 


.0 

.Q 
Q 


Campbellford . 
Campbellton . . NB 
Canficld O 


1 Maitland O 


Mallorytown .. O 
Malton O 


Point St. Charles QjSt John s Q Tamachiche . 


Portage du Fort Q St John s Nfld Yamaska 


Carleton Place . . O 
Carron Brook ..O 


Manchester . . . . O 
Manotiche . ,. O 


Port Burwell . . O St. Lambert. . . . Q 
Port Colborne . . O St. Mary s . . . . O 


Glencoe . . . . 



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126 



INDEX. 



[1871. 



INDEX. 



da 124 

Adelphian Literary Society 107 

Agriculture. Department of. 44 

Agriculture and Public Works De 
partment, Quebec 47 

Agriculture & Pub. Works, Out... 45 

Albert University 61 

Albrtrt College, Belleville 61 

Albert College Literary Society ... 107 

Alexandra College 61 

Alma Slater Soc., Queen s Coll. ... 107 
Attorney-General s Office, Quebec. 47 
Attorney-General s Office, Out 45 

Balance Sheet, Dominion 28 

Banks of Canada. Statement of... 36 

Banks and Branches 55 

Benchers. Law Society, U. 121 

Bishop s College, Lennoxville 60 

Bishop Strachan School 61 

Burlington Literary Society 107 

Bursar s Department, Uuiv. Coll.. 59 

Calendar 5 

Calendar. Explanat n of Articles. 2 

Canada College of Dentistry 68 

Canada Patent Office Rules, &c.... 49 

Canadian Institute 107 

Canadian Institute, Medical Sec... 58 

Canadian Literary Institute 62 

Canadian Medical Association 5S 

Canals, Carrying Trade of 37 

Chancery. Court of 121 

Chronological Cycles 2 

Circuits oY the Courts 123 

Cities, Towns and Villages 115 

Clergy of Ontario and Quebec 92 

Collectors of Customs 43 

College of Ottawa 62 

Commerce, Dominion of Canada... 32 
Cornmisssoners for taking Affiday. 123 

Commons. House of 42 

Common Pleas, Court of 121 

Common Schools 63 

Congregational College f>f B. N. A. 62 

Consuls, Foreign, in Canada 40 

Council of Public Instruction, Ont. 63 

County and Judicial Officers 108 

County Courts 122 

County Judges, Board of. 122 

Crown Lands Department, Ont.... 45 
Crown Lands Department, Quebec 47 

Customs Department 43 

Customs, Tariff of 52 

Deaf and Dumb Institution 64 

Debenture Pebt of Canada 30 

Dental Society, Ontario 107 

Dental Association, Quebec 107 

Division Courts 122 

Divi-ion Court Clerks 123 

Dominion of Canada 41 

Ecclesiastical Seminary, Ottawa.. C2 

Eclipses 

Educational Institutions 59 

Educational Museum 64 

Emigration 

Entomological Society of Canada. 1 

Error and Appeal, Court cf. 121 

Epochs 2 

Exchange Table, Prem.4DiK)unt 108 

Executive Council, Ontario 44 

Executive Council. Quebec 45 

Executive Conncil, Nova Scotia ... 48 
Executive Council, N. Brunswick 47 

Executive Council, Manitoba 49 

Exports 3S 

Excise " 



Festivals. Fixed and Moveable . ... 2 
Finance Department 43 

General Sessions, Courts of. 122 

Governor General 41 

Government Officers, N. B 48 

Grammar School Association 107 

Grammar Schools, Masters of. 63 

Heir and Devisee Court 122 

Hellmuth College 62 

Hellmuth Ladies College 62 

High School of Quebec 62 

Holy Days. Proverbs, Ac 24 

Hospital, General, Toronto 58 

House of Assembly. Ontario 44 

Houss of Assembly, Quebec 46 

House of Assembly, N.B 47 

House of Assembly, N. S 48 

House of Commons 42 

Huron College, London 61 

Imports 33 

Indian Office 44 

Inland Revenue Department 43 

Insolvent Debtors Court 122 

Jacques Cartier Normal School ... 64 

Judiciary 121 

Justice, Department of. 43 

Kingston Penetentiary 57 

Knox College 62 

Laval Normal School 64 

Laval University CO 

Law Officers of the Crown, Que.... 47 

Law Society, U.C 121 

Legal Holidays 123 

Legislative Council, Quebec 46 

Legislative Council, N. B 47 

Legislative Council, N. S 48 

Libraries. Public School 63 

Lindsay Literary Society 107 

Literary and Scientific 107 

Lunatic Asylums 68 

Magnetic Observatory 4 

Marine and Fisheries Department 44 

Masonic Lodges 118 

Masters in Chancery 122 

Mathematical Department 39 

Mechanics Institute, Toronto . ... 107 
Medical Alumni Asso n, Vic. Coll. 107 
Medical Institutions and Schools. 57 

Medical Conncil, Ontario 57 

Meteorological Averages 4 

Meteorological Observat ns, 1869. 22 
Militia and Defence Department.. 44 

Monthly Register 24 

Moon s Phases 17 

Morrin College, Quebec 61 

McGill College University 60 

McGill Normal School 64 

Navigation. Carrying Trade, Ac... 37 

Normal and Model Schools 63 

Notre Dame de Levis College 62 

Numismatic Society 107 

Odd Fellows Lodges 121 

Ontario College, Picton 62 

Ontario S. S. Missionary Union.... 67 

Ordnance Land Department 44 

Ottawa Literary and Scientific Soc. 107 
Ottawa Philharmonic Society 107 

Patent Office Rules, Ac 49 

Peterborough Literary Club 107 



Planets 20 

Post Office Department (55 

Post Offices. List of. 70 

Practice Court and Chamber* 12 

Premium and Discount, Tablo of. 108 

Privy Council . 41 

Proverbs 24 

Province of Ontario 4t 

Province of Quebec 45 

Province of Nova Scotia 48 

Province of New Brunswick 47 

Province of Manitoba 49 

P.L. Surveyors, Examiners, Ont... 4." 

P. L. Surveyors, Examiners, Que... 47 

Provincial Registrars Office, Ont.. 46 

Provincial Registrar s Office, Que. 4fi 

Provincial Secretary s Office, Out.. 45 

Provincial Secretary s Office, Que. 48 

Provincial Secretary s Office, N.B. 48 

Public Accounts, Dom. of Canada 27 

Public Accounts, Quebec 30 

Public Accounts, Nova Scotia 31 

Public Accounts, New Brunswick 31 

Public Instruction Dep t, Ont 4A 

Public Instruction Dep t, Que 4/6 

Public Works Department 44 

Pubiic Works Department, N. B.. 48 

Quebec Seminary 02 

Queen s bench, Court of 121 

Queen s College University 59 

Receiver-General s Office 44 

Rifle Association, Ontario 64 

R. C. Educ. Inst. Dioc. of Toronto. 64 

Koyal Coll. of Dental Surgeons.... 68 

Royal roll, of Phys. & Surgeons.. 68 

Royal Family 41 

S. S. Association of Cttnad.i 57 

Secretary of State for Provinces... 44 

Senate of Canada 41 

Shipping 37 

Sp edy Trials out of Sessions 123 

Stamp Duties, Table of. of> 

Star Table 3 

St. Francis Col Uge. Richmond. ... 61 

St. Michael s College 62 

Surrogate Courts 122 

Surveyor-General s Office, N. B. ... 48 


Tariff of Customs 32 

Teachers Association, Ontario .... 107 

Telegraph Stations, .Montreal Co. 125 

Terms of the Courts 122 

Towns, and Officials of 115 

Toronto School of Medicine 58 

Township Municipalities 110 

Trade and Navigation 37 

Treasurer s Department, Ontario. 45 

Treasurer s Department, Quebec.. 47 

Trinity College University 5fl 

Trinity College Literary Institute. 107 

Trinity College Reading Club 107 

Trinity College School 62 

University of Toronto 09 

Univer?ity College Literary Soc... 107 
University Coll. Nat. Science Club, 107 
Upper Canada College 61 

Venus and Mars. Dices of. 3 

Victoria College University *6 

Victoria Coll. Literary Associat n. 107 

Wesleyan Female College 03 

Woods and Forests 38 

Young Men s Christian Assc-ciat n 57 



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TORONTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



127 




INCORPORATED A.D. 1855. 

. . . 



Subscribed Capital $1,500,000. 

Funds Invested $2,200,000. 



Paid Tip Capital $1.200,000. 

Annual Income $500,000. 



OFFICE: 

MASONIC HALL, TORONTO STREET, TORONTO. 

SAVINGS BANK BRANCH. 

De-posits received daily, subject to withdrawal, and bearing interest at four, five, and six 
per cent, per annum, according to amount and term. The whole Capital and Assets of the 
Society, invested in Mortgages upon approved Eeal Estate, being pledged for the security of 
money thus received, Depositors are at all times assured of perfect safety. 

LOANS UPON REAL ESTATE 

are granted by the Society at the following 

|L_g IL.H T^fc TT <~< H.,1 T"* K > A "!$" C-. J a . 

-Era. r*t I 9 <LJ V^ HHI - JLJ _tt 4. -2. JL. *+ SSS 5 

To REDEEM a LOAN of $500 the following INSTALMENTS are required 



FOR 


5 YEARS. 


10 YEARS. 


15 YEARS. 


20 YEARS. 


Half- Yearly 
Yearly 


$63 20 
129 20 


$38 45 
78 60 


$30 70 
62 75 


627 15 
55 6O 













These Instalments are not required to be paid in advance, but at end of each Half- Year 
or Year. Interest at 6 per cent, allowed on all sums paid before becoming due. Expenses 
moderate, and fixed by Tariff. 

Landed proprietors, and those about to purchase, are reminded that the Sinking Fund 
System offers the easiest, cheapest, and surest mode of paying off a Mortgage debt, and affords 
peculiar advantages to Farmers, Tradesmen, Trustees of Churches, and others whose cash 
resources are received periodically. 

THE COMPARATIVE COST 

Of a Loan from this Society, and one obtained at eight per cent, upon the ordinary terms of 
Interest payable Half-Yearly, and the Principal payable at the end of the term, is apparent 
from the following 

EXAMPLE : 
Upon a Loan of $1,000 for 10 years, there will be required for interest 20 

Half- Yearly payments of $40 each .$800 00 

Principal Money 1,000 00 



Total payments on a Loan at 8 per cent f 1,800 00 

Upon a Loan of $1,000 for the same term from the Society, there will be 
required to redeem both Principal and Interest 20 Half-Yearly Instalments 
of $76 90 each $1,538 00 



Difference in favor of the Sinking Fund System $262 00 

The Society has Appraisers in every County in the Province of Ontario, through whom 
Circulars can be obtained, and applications for Loans may be made. All further information 
cao be had by addressing 

J. HERBERT MASON, 

Secretary and Treasurer, Toronto, 
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[1871. 



ONTARIO PRINTER S EMPORIUM, 

85 & 87 BAY STREET, TORONTO. 



G-WATKIZST ^ BOM, Proprietors, 

LATE WILLIAM H ALLEY. 

DEALERS IN TYPES, PRESSES, INKS, PAPER, CARDS, LEADS, RULES, &c. 

Agents for Stephenson, Blake & Co. s Hard Metal, Book, News, and Job Letter, and 

James Connor & Son s Plain and Ornamental Type, Cuts, Borders, &c. 

STEREOTYPING, ELECTROTYPING, AND WOOD ENGRAVING, 
Lithographic, Copperplate, and Bookbinder s Materials furnished to order. 



New (Ifisimis constantly lidded to our large stock of 

LABELS FOK DRUGS, PERFUMERY, 

AND LIQUORS. 

COPP, CLARK & CO. 

17 & 19 COLBORNE STREET, 

TORONTO. 

Price List on ap2>lication. 



COPP, CLARK & CO. 

KISELLEE/S & ST^TIOIsTEIR/S, 
PRINTERS, BOOKBINDERS, 

LITHOGRAPHERS AND ENGRAVERS, 
17 & 19 KING STREET EAST, 



AND 



67 & 69 COLBORNE STREET, TORONTO. 



TO THE TRADE. 

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN MAGAZINES 
AND NEWSPAPERS 

Supplied promptly on, the lowest terms. 

MISCELLANEOUS AND SCHOOL BOOKS 
Supplied to the Trade as advantageously as 

as any other house, 

BOOKS IMPORTED TO ORDER BY EVERY STEAMER. 
COPP, CLARK CO., King Street East, Toronto. 



TORONTO NURSERIES. 






PROPKIETORS. 



IE XI T E^sTT, 150 



El S . 



The Stock comprises Trees, Plants, and Flowers of every description suitable to the 
climate, which we can pack to carry safely to any part of the World. 

Priced Descriptive Catalogues sent to applicants enclosing a two cent, stamp. 

Address: GEO. LESLIE & SONS, TORONTO NTJRSEEIES, LESLIE P.O. 

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IS 71.] TORONTO ADVEETISEMENTS. 120 

S. ALLCOCK, C. LAIGHT & CO, 

MANUFACTURER* AND IMPORTERS OF 

NEEDLES, FISH HOOKS, FISHING TACKLE, &c. 

IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IX 

Buttons, Thimbles, Steel Pens, Pencils, Rubber Combs, General Small Wares, Ball and Fin/liny 

Twines, and Machine Thread. 

N.B.-SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES OF ALL KINDS. 

MERCHANTS SUPPLIED ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. 

Warehouse No. 39 COLBORNE ST., TORONTO, 

MANUFACTORY, Redditch, England. S. STOODLEY, MatlOffer. 



ESTABLISHED 1836. ESTABLISHED 1838. 

JA.MES FLEMIlSra & CO. 
S12EB MERCHANTS, 

SEEDSMEN TO THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE OF ONTARIO, 

GROWERS AND IMPORTERS OF 

FIELD, GARDEN, AND FLOWER SEEDS. 

DEALERS IN GARDEN TOOLS, BONE DUST, SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME, &c. 

AGRICULTURAL HALL, 180 Yonge St., TORONTO. 

BTJNTIN, BROTHER & CO. 

WHOLESALE STATIONERS, 



AND 



laptr, (Snfolop*, rntb lmih 00h 

TWINES AND WRAPPING PAPERS, 
Nos. 61 & 63 YONOE STREET, TORONTO 



O- .A. 3L, L IE IR, ^ OIF 1 



(Silt |aul(Un0 

MANUFACTURER, 

79 KING STREET WEST, TORONTO. 

Wholesale Dealer in Engravings, Lithographs, and Chromos. 
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130 TORONTO ADVERTISEMENTS. [1871. 

JOHN CHARLESWORTH & C(X 

WHOLESALE ^IPORTERS OF 

ahtr 

44 YONGE STREET, & 3 WELLINGTON STREET, 
TORONTO, Ont. 




NEW GOODS received weekly by Steamers from Britain, affording country Merchants 
the advantage of selecting regularly from a fresh stock at prices that will compare favorably 
with the best Houses in the trade. 

JOHN CHARLESWORTH & CO. 



\J .** IMPORTER OF *^ 

IKJ :E*. H ^ KT a- 1 isr 

DECORATIONS, STATUARY, BORDERS, WINDOW SHADES, 



FANCY GOODS, &o. &o. 



LYMAN, BROTHERS & CO. 
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 

ST. LAWRENCE BUILDINGS, TORONTO. 



OIHIIEIMIISTS, 
DEALERS I.M DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY, 

COMBS, BRUSHES, FANCY ARTICLES, 

Euller Goods, Paints, Oils, Colors, Dye Stuffs, Varnishes, Putty, 
and .Druggists Glassware. 



BROWN, BROTHERS, 

-A. T I O 3>3" E3 I=t 

ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTURERS, BOOKBINDERS, 

DEALERS Itf BOOKBINDERS MATERIALS, d-c. 

66 & 68 KING STREET EAST, TORONTO. 

ACCOUNT BOOKS of all styles constantly on hand, or manufactured to order, in a style 
unsurpassed for quality, durability or price. 

STATIONERY of every description in Stock, direct from the producers, and at euch 
;prices as to enable us to hold out great inducements to buyers. 

DIARIES, WALLETS, BILL CASES, PURSES, POCKET BOOKS, &c. 

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131 



COPP, CLARK & CO., 





WHOLESALE & RETAIL 17 & 19 KING STREET EAST, 
MANUFACTORY 67 & 69 COLBORNE STREET, 

TOIROlsTTO. 



COPP, CLARK & Co., beg to offer their sincere thanks for the patronage so largely 
bestowed upon the Manufacturing Branches of their business, which has necessitated 
the Removal of the whole of those Departments to more Spacious Premises, as above, 
Noa. 67 A 69 COLBORNE STREET, enabling them to undertake the following descriptions 
of work connected with MANUFACTURING STATIONERY, Ac., in one building, with 
economy and despatch : 

PRINTING, BOOK-BINDING, 




IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 



PRINTING. Every description of Printing required by Railways, Merchants, Munici 
palities, Benevolent Societies, Insurance Companies, Ac. Ac. Estimates given 
when required. 

BOOK-BINDING. Account Books made to order for every purpose ; for Banks, Rail 
ways, Insurance Companies, Building Societies, Merchants, and Traders gene 
rally, with especial care to strength and durability. A large assortment of 
those in general use always in stock. Letter-press, Music, and Fancy Binding, 
in the most elegant style. 

LITHOGRAPHY, Plain and in Colours, for Debentures, Bonds, Scrip, Cheques, 
Billheads, Cheque Notes, Drafts, Cards, Ac. Show Cards and Labels in Black 
and Coloured. Chalk Drawings, Portraits, Architectural Views, Ac. 

ENGRAVING on Copper, for first class Commercial Work, Vignettes, Views of Build 
ings, Ac. Visiting, Reception and Invitation Cards. Dies, Crests, Monograms, 
Ac. Seals for Companies, Notaries, Ac. 

WOOD ENGRAVING. Illustrations, Advertisements, Ac. 

METAL ENGRAVING, for Surface Prints in Colours, Show Cards, Labels, Ac. 



COPP, CLARK A Co. feel confident their facilities for executing any order in the fore 
going Branches cannot be excelled by any firm in Canada, and where, as is so frequently the 
case, two or three trades are necessary for the completion of one job, the value of the combi 
nation of the various workmen in one establishment must be obvious to all. To be found in 
no other house in the Dominion and in but few in the United States or Europe. 



COPP, CLARK * CO. TORONTO. 



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132 



TORONTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



[1871. 



& WILSON S 



& I 3j 3E3 3XT T 33MCOTX03XT 

SEWING MACHINES. 

WHEELER & WILSON S SEWING MACHINE MANUFACTORIES. TH ESE 

MANUFACTORIES ARE 

THE LARGEST 

SEWING MACHINE 

MANUFACTORIES 

IN THE WORLD, 

and the demand for these 

celeberated Machines are so 

great that last year (J869) 

they made and sold 

Q0,000 

Machines, and have sold in 
all over 

HALF-A-MILLION 

Machines in all parts of the 
world. 




NEW FACTORY. 

Front, 368 feet; Depth, 307 feet. 



OLD FACTORY. 

Front, 526 feet; Depth, 219 feet. 



THE REASON WHY. They are the best; they are the simplest, having the LEAST MACHINERY and 
fewest movements of any Lock Stitch Machine in the world, consequently THEY WEAR THE LONGEST, 
RUN THE EASIEST AND FASTEST WITH THE LEAST NOISE ; they do the BEST and most PERFECT work 
out, and greatest range of work, having more attachments than any other. 

GK A. WALTON, General Agent, 

85 KING STREET WEST, TORONTO. 

__TI ..JSTRATEP CATALOGUE POST FREE TO ANY ADDRESS. 

CHAS. LEVEY & CO. 

Brokers in New and Second-Hand Machinery, 

No. 73 TO 77 ADELAIDE ST. WEST., TORONTO, 

HAVE IN STORE AND FOR SALE 

NEW AND SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND BOILERS, 

AH SIZES, 

SAW MILLS, & WOOD WORKING MACHINERY. 

American Correspondents, Buffalo Machinery Agency, 39 Mechanic St., Buffalo, N.Y. 



PARSON BROTHERS, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

PETROLEUM LUBRICATING OILS, 

GLASSWARE, LAMPS, 

&c, &c., &c. 
Warehouse-IO FRONT STREET, TORONTO, Ont. 

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TOEONTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



133 



THE GENUINE 



ELIAS HOWE SEWING MACHINE 



117 YONG-E ST., 

TORONTO, 

Principal Office for Ontario. 



IMPORTANT. 



DQRRIS & WHSTlARKj 

GENERAL AGENTS. 




TRADE MARK. 



EVERY CUSTOMER AW AGENT, 



IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

1*JRK ARMS, 

AMMUNITION, &c., &c. 

132 YONGE STREET, 
TORONTO. 



. H. MOORK ^ GO. 

WHOLESALE DEALEKS IN TOBACCO, &c. 

AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

si ZFIRXDHSPI? ST:R,:E:ET E^ST, TOK^OISTTO. 

AGENTS IN ONTARIO FOB 

C. . JEDTVAROS, OF MONTREAL, 

MAKtlFACTURER OF 

FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES, 

Vault Doors, Iron Work for Registry Offices, Jails, &c. 
And all kinds of FIEE AND BURGLAR PROOF SECURITIES. 
Also AGENTS in Canada for W. DOWNIE S FLINT AND EMERY PAPERS 
133] 




134 TORONTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 1871.] 

DICKEY, NEILL & GO. 

SOUO IFOTJItTIDIR,^?-, 
TORONTO, Out. 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 

WATER WHEELS IN AMERICA, 

Having beaten the LEFFEL Turbine, Sept. 
1st, 1870, on the premises of TUTTLE, 
DATE & RODDEN, St. Catharines, by over 3& 
per cent., in a side by side trial, and using 
only 550 inches of water, while the Leffel 
used 743 inches. 

The LefFel Wheel was afterwards ordered 
out, and a SAMSON TURBINE to bo 
put in its place, where it can be seen at 
work to-day. 

SAMSON TURBINE WATER WHEELS. 

(A. D. COLE S PATENT.) 

"We also manufacture every variety of 

PORTABLE, STATIONARY, AND MARINE STEAM 

ENGINES & BOILERS. 

SHAFTING, GEARING PULLEYS, STEAM PUMPS, POWER PUMPS, CANTING 

MACHINES, PATENT SOHO FRICTION 




the only perfect Set for Circular Saws in use. 
BUTTING MACHINES, AND ALL KINDS OF SAW AND GRIST MILL SUPPLIES, 

AlffD MACHIMERY. 



EDWA.:RZ> LYE, 

(From London, England,) 

^3NT !OTJ IH.3 

195 YONGE STREET, TORONTO. 




Denisou 

1, Toronto; Methodist Church, Thorold; Plimitive Methodist Church, Parliament Street, Toronto; 
Must s Treadgold, Esq., Clairville, Ont. 

Reference kindly permitted to JOHN CARTER,. Esq., Organist of St. James s Cathedral, Toronto- 

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1871.] TORONTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 135 



m 




Established I \fnm i^ A.D. 1860. 



MANUFACTURER OF 



CHILDREN S CARRIAGES, 

INVALID CARRIAGES, SLEIGHS, &c. &c. 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

108 & 110 Richmond Street West, Toronto. 

Illustrated Catalogue forwarded on application. 



Dominion Brass and Steam Guage Works, 



DAVID S. KEITH, 

PLUiBEB, GAS AND STEAM FITTER, 

109 KING STREET WEST, TORONTO, 



IMIPOIR/I lEIR, OIF 1 
IRON GAS PIPES AND FITTINGS, SHEET LEAD AND LEAD PIPES, 

GAS FIXTURES, GAS GLOBES, &c. 
BLOCK TIN, SPELTER, BRASS TUBES, &c. 



OIF 

STEAM AND WATER GUAGES, AND ALL KINDS OF ENGINEER S, 

BRASS WORK. 

ALSO ASHCROFT S INFALLIBLE LOW WATER DETECTOR 
FOR STEAM BOILERS. 

Importer of all kinds of Bell Hanger s Materials.. 

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HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



[1871. 




JAMES THORNTON, 

(Late Thornton, Green, and De Vine,} 



MANUFACTURER OF FIRST-CLASS 



, Cfottwlt, 



ORGANS & MELODEONS. 



FACTORY AND WAREROOM, 

5 &7 FLORENCE BLOCK, CORNER OF BAY & KING STREETS. 

HAMILTON, ONT. 

Automatic and Knee-Swell combined, giving a beautiful effect. A liberal discount to Churches and Schools. 

Tubular sounding Chamber and Tubular action, producing a tone equal to the Pipe Organ, and pronounced 
to be the best instrument in Canada. 

Tin-so Instruments have every Modern Improvement of value, are war-ranted for 
Six Years, and are steadily increasing in reputation. 
Music Stools in variety, wholesale and retail. 
Instrument* made to ortler in any required style, hired or exchanged. 

Concertinas, Violins, Harps, Guitars, Pianos, &c., strung, tuned, and repaired. 

Responsible parties desiring to purchase on time, will be fairly and liberally dealt with. Dealers- invited 
to call. Descriptive lists gratis. 

C3-. IF. IDE VTITE; 

General Agent. 



OIF 1 



VICTORIA OIL, MACHINERY OILS, WOOL OIL, 

&c., &c. 

HA.MILTON, ONT. 




1856. 



J. A. SIMMERS, 

SEEDSMAN & FLORIST, 

TORONTO, ONT. 



Importers and Growers of all kinds of 
Field, Garden, and Flower Seeds. 

SEED WAREHOUSE Corner Front Street and West 
Market Tlace. 

GARDENS " SAIK CIVA VILLA," on Yonn-e Street, ten minutes walk beyoud the Yorkvillo 

Street Railway Terminus. 
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HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



137 



HAMILTON AGRICULTURAL WORKS. 




SAWYER S COMBINED MOWERS & REAPERS 

WITH IMPROVED SELF-RAKER. 



THRESHING MACHINES, COMBINATION GRAIN DRILLS, STRAW CUTTERS, 

CLOVER MILLS, 
WOOD S LIGHT MOWERS, HORSE RAKES, &c., &c. 

L . D . SAWYER & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS, 



THE VICTORIA 




utual 




af 




ESTABLISHED 1863. 

NON-HAZARDOUS PROPERTY ONLY INSURED. 
AVAILABLE ASSETS - - - - $152,190 OS 

LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. 



The Directors have pleasure in calling attention to the great success that has attended the 
Victoria." The business, since the organization of the Company has steadily increased, and 
the Assets now available for payment of Losses amount to the sum of 8152,190 02. 

HEAD OFFICE-HAMILTON, ONTARIO. 

BOABD OF DIRECTORS: 

GEORGE H. MILLS, ESQ., Hamilton, President. 
LEVI LEWIS, ESQ., Saltfleet, Vive-President. 



ALEX. BROWN, Esq., East Flamboro . 
JAS. CALDER, Esq., Ancast er, 
PKTER CARROLL, Esq., East Flamboro , 
JAS. CUMMINGS, Esq., Hamilton. 
JACOB H. FISHER, Esq., Nelson, 
ROBT. GIBBONS, Esq. Goderich, 



HAMILTON, Nov. 1870. 



HENRY HALL, Esq., Binbrook, 
THOS. LATTRIDGE, Esq., Barton. 
GEO. MURISON, Esq., Hamilton, 
THOS. McILWRAITH, Esq., Hamilton. 
JOS RYMAL, Esq., M. P., Barton, 
SAML. B. WEYLIE, Esq., Glanford, 
A. T. WOOD, Esq., Hamilton. 

W. D. BOOKER, Secretary. 

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TORONTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



[1871. 



BOILER WORKS. 

Q 

NEW AND SECOND-HAND BOILERS ON HAND FOR SALE. 



ESIPLAJSLAJDE, NE^H CHURCH ST. 

TORONTO. 

Proprietor. 



TORONTO SAFE WORKS. 



J. & J. TAYLOR, 




MANUFACTURERS OF 



FIRE * BURGLAR 

PKOOP 

SAFES. 



IRON VAULTS, DOORS, &c. FOR BANKS. 

REGISTKY AND PRIVATE OFFICES. 



Send for a Circular. 
& 

198 & 9OO FROiUT STKEET EAST, TORONTO. 



ENGLISH GLASS AND CHINA WAREHOUSE. 



CLEVERDON $c COOMBE, 



IMPORTERS OF 



CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE, 

G-OOIDS, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

No. 8 ADELAIDE STREET EAST, TORONTO. 

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1871.] TORONTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 139 

MORRISON & McG-UIRE, 

Plumber s Steam and G-as Fitters, 

BRASS FOUNDERS AND FINISHERS, 

BELL HANGERS, AND GENERAL DEALERS IN IRON PIPE AND FITTINGS, 
STEAM AND WATER GUAGES, ENGINEER S BRASS WORK, 

&c., &c. 

7 IX IKZIIsra- STIE^IEIET WIEST, 

TORONTO. 



ONTARIO STEAM GUAGE AND BRASS WORKS. 

JAMES MORRISON, 

Manufacturer of Steam and Pressure Guages of all kinds, Engineer s 

and Plumber s Brass Work, &c. 
CORNER OF BAY AND TEMPERANCE STREETS, TORONTO. 



TORONTO GILT MOULDING DEPOT. 
H. J. MATTHEWS & BROTHER, 

CLA-IR/VIEIRS, O-JILiIDIE^S, 

PICTURE FRAME AND LOOKING GLASS 

MANUFACTURERS, 

95 AND 189 YONGE STREET, TORONTO. 

JjtgF" Oil Paintings, Chromos, Steel Engravings, Lithographs, Decalcomanie and Decalcomanie 
Materials ; Picture Frame Mouldings of best style and finish ; Picture Frames, all kinds ; Look 
ing Glass Frames and Looking Glass Plates, <fec. THE TRADE SUPPLIED AT LOWEST PRICES. 



ItST .A. ID .A. S T ^ I IST IE ID G- HL .A. S S W O IR, IKI S . 

Established 1856. 

JOSEPH McCAUSLAND, 

STAINER AND ENAMELLER ON GLASS. 

No. 8 KING- STREET WEST, TORONTO. 



WILLI.AM H. SPAJEIROW, 

87 YONGE STREET, TORONTO, 

MANUFACTURER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TIN, SHEET IRON, AND 

COPPER WARE, 

of <ttjglisjj anfr ^nurkatt Jowse Jfurmsljing Jj 

STOVES, GRATES, LAMPS, OILS, 

ENGLISH IRON BEDSTEADS AND MANGLES, 

CHILDREN S CARRIAGES, &c., Ac. 
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140 



TOEONTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



[1871. 



TUTTLE, DATE fc RODDEN, 

MANUFACTURERS OP 

FARMING IMPLEMENTS 



AND 



TOOL 



Scythes. 
Forks. 
Hoes. 


Axes, 
Hay Knives. 
Snaths. 


Draw Knives. 
Chisels. 
Sleeks. 


Hammers. 
Cooper Tools. 
Machine Knives- 



Factory-WELLAND VALE WORKS, ST. CATHARINES. 
Warehouse 18 & 20 COLBORNE ST., TORONTO. 



OUR goods won SIX FIRST-CLASS PRIZES at the Provincial Exhibition at Toronto, in 
October, 1870, in competition with other and older makers, who for years previously 
obtained first prizes in the same classes. This was the first time we ever exhibited for the 
purpose of competition for prizes. 

We are sole makers of W. H. RODDEN S PATENT IMPROVED FORKS. 
These are the best goods in the market. 
Prices low and terms liberal. 
The Hardware Trade favorably dealt with. 

TUTTLE, DATE & HODDEN. 



FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE. 

~~" a. 



ritislj f^mmca 




INCORPORATED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT, 1S33. 



HEAD OFFICE CORNER CHUCH & COURT STREETS, 

TORONTO. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

HON. GEORGE W. ALLAN PELEG ROWLAND GEORGE P. RIDOUT. 

GEORGE J BOYD A. JOSEPH. E. II RUTHERFORD. 

HON. W. CAYLEY. PETER PATERSON. THOMASC STREET. 



Governor GEO. P. RIDOUT. 
Deputy- Governor PETER PATERSON. 
Trusties E. H. RUTHERFORD, HON. W. 
CAYLEY, GEORGE J. BOYD. 



J/arca-<?r THOMAS WM BIRCHALL. 
Fire Inspector E. ROBY O BRIEN. 
Marine Inspector CAPTAIN R. COURNEEN. 



Insurances on all descriptions of Property are granted by this Company against Loss and Damage by Ftre ; 
and also against Loss or Damage by the perils of Inland Navigation, at the Current Rates of Premn 

Eisks in each Branch are also taken by the several Agents of the Company at the principal cities, towns, 
and ports of Shipment throughout the Province. 

Forma of Application, with every requisite information, may be obtained at the Head Office, or any of the 
Agents. 

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TORONTO SAVINGS BANK. 

(ESTABLISHED BY ACT or PARLIAMENT, JUNE 3, 1S54.) 



OFFICE 72 CHURCH STREET (NEXT ST. ANDREW S CHURCH). 



DEPOSITS received from T.WENTY CENTS and upwards ; invested in Government and 
other first-class Securities. Interest allowed thereon at the rate of Five per cent. ; on 
Special deposits at the rate of Six per cent, per annum, 

JAMES STOCK, President. W. J. MACDONELL, Manager. 



tutting 




CAPITAL, ...... $400,000. 

PRESIDENT Hox. G. W. ALLAN. VICE-PRESIDENT JXO. WORTHINGTON, Esq. 

OFFICE No. 70 CHURCH STREET, TORONTO. 

MONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT subject to call. Interest at the rate of Six per cent. 
per annum, compounded half-yearly. 

MONEY TO LOAN on the security of Improved Freehold Property ; repayable by half- 
yearly or yearly instalments. See our Reduced rates. 

_____ _ WALTER S. LEE, Secretary and Treasurer. 



THE FREEHOLD PERMANENT BUILDING & SAVINGS SOCIETY, 

TORONTO, 

ESTABLISHED IN 1839. 

CAPITAL,, $500,000, in Shares of $1OO each. 

PRESIDENT HON. WM. McM ASTER. 

SECRETARY-TREASURER CHARLES ROBERTSON. 

OFFICE: CORNER OF CHURCH & COURT STREETS. 

TORONTO. 

N.B. Cash advanced on Freehold Property, on long credit, and at reduced rates. 



RYAN & OLIVER, 

IMPORTERS OF 
NO. 114 YONGE STREET, TORONTO. 

KHLDERS , CABINET MAKERS AND UPHOLSTERERS HARDWARE 

ADDIS CARVERS TOOLS, STUBBS CELEBRATED FILES AND TOOLS, 
CARPENTERS , JOINERS , MACHINISTS AND OTHER TOOLS, 
SHOE TOOLS, SHOE AND MACHINE THREAD, &c 

HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE, CUTLERY OF ALL KINDS, 

SHOOTING AND FISHING TACKLE, SPORTING AMMUNITION, 

DUMB BELLS, QUOITS, GARDEN, DRAINING AND FARMING TOOLS, 
WINDOW GLASS OF ALL SIZES, PUTTY, CORDAGE, &c. 

FOR SALE AT LOWEST CASH PRICES 

[141] 



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ENGLISH ADVERTISEMENTS. 



[1871. 



TO . 

THORLEY S FOOD FOR CATTLE, 

USED IN THE EOYAL FARMS, THE CKOWN COLONIES, THE ROYAL STABLES, 

AND THE ADMIRALTY. 

During the past THIRTEEN YEARS, 42,000 Sterling have been awarded in 

Prizes to Horses and Cattle fed on Feed seasoned with this delicious 

Compound of SUGAR and SPICE. 

BILL OF PARTICULARS SENT GRATIS ON APPLICATION. 

EDWARD BACH & CO., Agents, 

1O KING STREET WEST, TORONTO. 



3XTOTIOEJ. 



o IR, s o ILT 7 s 

HARMLESS AND EFFECTUAL REMEDIES 

Are soldby Chemists and Druggists throughout the World. 

INDIGESTION. The popular and professional medicine is MORSON S PEPSINE, the 
active digestive principle of the gastric juice. In Powder, Lozenges, Globules, 
and as Wine. 

CONSUMPTION. One of the greatest results of the chemical progress is the adaptation of 
the active property obtained from the Pancreas, and prepared as MORSON S 
PANCREATIC EMULSION and POWDER. It enables the weakest stomachs to 
assimilate animal fat and oil, so essential to the constitution. 

WEAK CHILDREN. In all cases where the elements for the formation of bone are im 
perfect, MORSON S WHEAT PHOSPHATES have never been known to fail. 

CHLORODYNE. MORSON S celebrated Anodyne is now being supplied to the public. 
GELATINE. The purest preparation of this nutritious agent extant is MORSON S. 

All the above are carefully packed and shipped to orders, which must be made payable 
in England. 

Sole Manufacturers* 

T:H:O:M:.AS iMioiE^soirsr & soisr, 

Medallists an I Juiors at all the Grjat Exhibitions, 

31, 33, 124 SOUTHAMPTON BOW, BUSSELL SQUARE, LONDON- 

WORKS HORNSEY AND HOMERTON. 




Great caution is necessary 
as to where proprietary articles 
are purchased, particularly 
those with reference to th 
toilet. Shopkeepers of small 
repute offer for sale their 
spurious and pernicious imi 
tations of proprietary articles, 
under the lure of being cheap, 
regardless of the consequences. 
KOWLAND S TOILET RE 
QUISITES, their MACASSAR 
OIL, KALYDOR, & ODONTO 
are peculiarly the subjects of 
these innovations. Morni ng 
Post. 

Sold by Chemists, Perfumers, 
and Storekeepers. 



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TORONTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



143 




WHOLESALE DEALERS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS- 



39 & 41 ZECIZDsTGh STIE^IEIET WEST, 

TORONTO. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

IpirUtm, jfngtabinp, CIjr0m0s, 

PLAIN AND COLOURED. 

MOULDINGS OP ALL KINDS, FRAMING & 




NG. 



THE MOST EXTENSIVE HOUSE OF THE KIND IN THE PROVINCE, 

39 & 41 KING STREET WEST, TORONTO. 



ESTABLISHED 1853. 



J 



antr <&jetural 



AND LAW STATIONER, 
ATHENJEUM BOOK STORE, 88 KING STREET, TORONTO. 

BEGS respectfully to invite the attention of the Legal Profession and Public to his large and increasing Stock 
of New and Second-Hand English Law and other Books, including the UPPER CANADA REPORTS, ENGLISH 
LAW AND EQUITY REPORTS, LAW JOURNAL, OLD POLIO REPORTS, &c., and other Rare and Valuable Works, with 
about 1,000 volumes of cheap second-hand Text Books, particularly useful to Students. 

LAW LIBRARIES purchased or sold on Commission. Second-hand UNIVERSITY and LEGAL TEXT BOOKS, 
recent editions, and in good condition, purchased and for sale. The highest price paid for second-hand Law Books. 

THE CANADIAN CONVEYANCEE, AND HAND-BOOK OF LEGAL FORMS; 

Being a Selection of Concise Precedents in Conveyancing, carefully revised and adapted to the new Law. With 
Introduction and Notes. Price, full bound, Two Dollars. Sent free to any part of Canada, on receipt of the amount. 




PUBLISHER, AND 



36 WELLINGTON STREET EAST, 

TORONTO. 

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OBERT WILKES, 

SOLE CANADIAN WHOLESALE AGENT FOR 

ROBERT WILKES & COMPANY, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

SUPERIOR TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY, 

ELECTRO-PLATED SILVER WARES, viz.: 

SPOONS, FORKS, CRUETS, CAKE BASKETS, TEA SETS, CUPS, GOBLETS, BUTTER COOLERS 

TEA TRAYS, WAITERS, PITCHERS, PICKLE STANDS; DISH COVERS, LIQUEURS 

BISCUIT BOXES, URNS, KETTLES, EPERGNES, CARD STANDS, 

BOUQUET HOLDERS. 

Concerning the Spoon trade we recently remarked, "that formerly designations of A. B. & C. were con 
sidered an indication of quality, but unprincipled makers used these stamps on the most inferior articles, and 
therefore the stamp is of no value without the initials of responsible makers. The stamps adopted by us for 
Spoons and Forks indicate five grades of weight and quality ; but even the lowest is an article to be recom 
mended, and all grades, from the lightest to the heaviest, are electro-plated on THE CELEBRATED 
NICKELITE SILVER. The stamps are B, A 1, A, 12 oz. and 16 oz.; the last two indicate that each gross of 
Table Spoons have deposited upon them, respectively, by the galvanic battery, 12 or 16 ounces of Pure Silver ; 
in all instances the initial marks of R. W. & Co. are impressed, to identify the manufacture. These are of a 
quality probably never before introduced in Canada ; their extensive and ready sale is a proof of public apprecia 
tion of a thoroughly reliable article. 

ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

Celebrated TVickelite Silver Spoons and Forks. 

Nickelite Silver is a compound metal, the chief ingredient of which is derived from those extraordinary 
Meteoric Stones which are found in Northern Europe, and which are now said by scientific men to have 
descended from the planetary system. The combination with more ductile metals of this wonderfully hard and 
bright metal, but in such proportions as to retain its essential properties, has been the result achieved by the 
inventors of Nickelite Silver. 

SPOONS and FORKS made of this metal are, for general domestic purposes, superior to anything before 
known. They are white, hard, and strong. They resist acids, clean easily, and wear well. They are silver in 
colour, tasteless in use, and endless in wear. They are of one metal throughout, of English fiddle pattern, and 
of best silver finish. 

These unequalled table wares are specially adapted for HOTELS, TAVERNS, RESTAURANTS, and 
BOARDING HOUSES, and for the families of FARMERS, MECHANICS, TRADESMEN, MINERS, and 
FISHERMEN ; also for every-day and domestic use in the families of MERCHANTS, PROFESSIONAL MEN 
and PRIVATE GENTRY. 

Finally, they are within the reach of ALL CLASSES, their lowness of price is unprecedfented, they are In 
faot the CHEAPEST and BEST VALUE IN THE WORLD. 

All Nickelite articles are stamped with the trade mark, R. W. & Co., and are accompanied with a printed 
guarantee of quality from the manufacturers. 

Sold by all Hardware and General Merchants in the Dominion. 



PRINTED AT THE STRAW TRESS Of COPP, CLARK * CO., K.IXO HTttBET EAST, TOilOZTTO. 




- 



TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



THE 



CANADIAN ALMANAC, 



f ft 



AND 



4 



oz 

>K>. 3 



FOR THE YEAR 



1872, 



BEING LEAP YEAR. 



CONTAINING FULL AND AUTHENTIC COMMERCIAL, STATISTICAL, ASTRONOMICAL, 
DEPARTMENTAL, ECCLESIASTICAL, EDUCATIONAL, FINANCIAL. AND 

GENERAL INFORMATION. 



THE ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE EXPRESSLY" FOR THIS PUBLICATION 
AT THE MAGNETIC OBSERVATORY IN TORONTO. 



TORONTO: 

COPr, CLARK & CO., 17 & 19 KINO STREET EAST. 

SOLD BY BOOKSELLERS AND STOREKEEPERS GENERALLY THROUGHOUT THE 

DOMINION OF CANADA. 

GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND SAMPSON LOW, SON & CO., FLEET STREET, LONDON. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA W. E. TUNIS, DETROIT, MICH. 



COPP, CLARK fe CO., PRINTERS, KING STREET EAST, TORONTO. 



THE CANADIAN ALMANAC, 



FOR THE YEAR 1872. 



Chronological Cycles. 



Golden Number 11 

Epact 20 

Solar Cycle 5 



Dominical Letter Q. y 

Roman Indiction 15 

Julian Period 6585 



Kpochs. 



The year 5633 of the Jewish Era begins Oct. 3 18T2 

The year 1289 of the Mahometan Era begins March 11 1872 



The 37th of Queen Victoria s Reign begins June 20 . 

The Gth of the Dominion of Canada begins July 1... .., 

The 97th of the Indep. of the U. S. begins July 4 1872 



1872 
1872 



Fixed and Moveable Festivals and Anniversaries* 

Ash Wednesday Feb 14 I Whitsunday May 19 



St. David March 1 

St. Patrick March 17 

Lady Day March 25 

Easter Sunday March 31 

St. George April 23 

Holy Thursday May 9 



Birth of Queen Victoria May 24 

Midsummer Day June 24 

Dominion Day July 1 

Michaelmas Day Sept. 29 

Birth of Prince of Wales Nov. 9 

St. Andrew Nov. 30 



Explanation of the Articles of the Calendar* 

These pages are calculated for Toronto, Quebec, Fredericton, and Halifax, and for ordinary purposes will serve with 
ufficient accuracy for every city in the Dominion of Canada. 

The times of the Son s RISING AND SETTING are given for the upper limb, and are corrected for refraction for Toronto, 
Quebec, Fredericton, Halifax, and Fort Garry. 

The civil times both for the rising aua setting of the Moon s centre are given for every day for Toronto, Quebec, 
Predericton, Halifax, and Fort Garry. 

The column, SON on MEKIDIAN, gives the time that a watch should shew when the shadow of a sun dial is on thi 
noon mark. 

MOON S Aa. This column shews to the nearest tenth of a day the Moon s age at Toronto Noon. 

The column, MOON ox THB MERIDIAN, gives the mean time at which the moon s centre passes the meridian of longi 
tude 4 h. 46 m.W. When in the column headed Moon s rising or setting, or Moon on meridian, the letters A.M. occur, 
unaccompanied by any number, they denote that the numbers given lor the succeeding days relate to the morning, 
and those for the preceding <\\ys to the afternoon, but that the Moon does not rise or set or cross the meridian (as th 
case may be) on that day. 

The MOON S MERIDIAN ZENITH DISTANCES are given to the nearest tenth of a degree for a point in latitude 45 and 
longitude 4 h. 46 m. W. They are not corrected for parallax or retraction. 

The column, UPPER TRANBIT o POLS STAR shews for every day the mean time at which the Pole Star makes its upper 
transit across the meridian of longitude 4 h. 46 m. W. It passes the meridian in the morning from April 9 to October 
8, and in the afternoon from October 10 to April 8. On October y, there are two transits, namely, at Om. 21s. a.m. 
and at lib. 5Gm. 25s. p.m. 

The time at which the lower transit of the Pole Star occurs may oe found by adding 11 h. 58 m. 2 s. to the time of lt 
preceding upper transit. 

The six last columns will serve with sufficient accuracy for the whole of Canada. 

From the time of the upper transit of the pole star may be found the time of its greatest western or eastern elonga 
tion, by adding or subtracting the constants given in the annexed Table. 





42 


43 


44 


45 


46 


47 


48 


49 


60 




h m 
5 54 6 


h in 8 
5 53 55 


h m s 
5 53 44 


h m s 
5 53 33 


h m e 
5 53 21 


h m a 

5 53 9 


h m s 
5 52 56 


h m s 

5 52 43 


h m f 
5 62 29 


Difference for 10 of ltitude ... 


1.8 


1.8 


1.8 


2.0 


2.0 


2.0 


2.2 


2.3 





MOON S PHASES. This Table gives the times for the four meridians when the moon passes the geocentric longitudei 
of 0, 90, 180, and 270 east of the sun. It gives also the times of her greatest and least distance from the earth. 

TWILIGHT. In this table are given the times at which twilight begins in the morning and ends in the evening, i. ., 
the times whem the sun g centre is 18 below the horiion. 

GREATEST ELONGATION o THI POLI STAR. This column gives the greatest azimuth of the Pole Star east or west from 
the meridian as observed at a place in latitude 45. When the greatest elongation corresponding to any other latitude 
ia required, the number given in the column should be corrected by means of the following table. 





42 


43 


44 


45 


46 


47 


48 


49 


60 




5 38" 


3 51" 


1 59" 


W 0" 


4- 2 4" 


+4 16" 


4-6 35" 


4- 9 2" 


4- IV 37" 


2nd Correction for each minute 


4- 1.8" 


4- 1.9" 


+ 20" 


4- 21" 


4- 2.2" 


4- 23" 


4- 2.4" 


4- 2.6" 


4- 2T" 























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Ihe 1st correction for the degrees of latitude is to be subtracted from the greatest elongation given in the calendar, 
added to it, according as the degrees of latitude are less or greater than 45. 

The 2nd correction, which is always additive, is found by multiplying the number given in the third line of th 

>ule by the number of minutes in the latitude. 

hue for latitude 43 2(X...lst correction = 3 51" 2nd correction + 1.9 X 20 = -f 38" 

47 40 ... " " = + 4 16" " " -f 2.3 X 40 = -f 1 32" 

45 KX... " " = + 0" " " + 2.1 X 10 = + 21" 

If the altitude of Pola*ia above the horizontal plane observed at the time of its meridian transit be corrected for 

efraction. the latitude of the place of observation will be found by subtracting the polar distance from the altitud* 
)- corrected, for the upper transit, aud by adding the polar distance to the corrected altitude, for lower transit. 

ity observing Polaria with a horizontal circle *t the time of its upper or lower meridian trnsit the direction of the 
meridian may also be found ; but as its motion in azimuth at these instants is more rapid than at other points of it* 
coarse, any error in the time will then produce the greatest possible effect on the azimuth. Near the time of greatest 
elongation, on the otber hand, the chanze of azimuth is very slow ; so that an error i" the supposed time of observ 
ation will occasion a comparatively small error in the azimu h. On thin account the instant of greatest elongation 
east of west of the meridian is the time most favourable for the determiuation of the meridian. 

Again, as-the point of greatest elongation is the one at which the change of altitude is most rapid, any error in the 
time will produce a comparatively large error iu the altitude. Hence this part of the star s path is the worst that could 
be taken for finding the latitude. 

As the transits of Polaris and the times of its greatest elongation often take place when the sky is clouded, or 
during dayiu cit, wveral days may someiinies pass without the < ccunence ol an opportunity favorable lor these 
observations with Polaris. 

To remedy to some degree this inconvenience, tables are herewith given which contain the times of transit of three 
other < ircuiupolar stais, with the intervals between the times of transit and of greatest elongation; and also their 
azimuths at the same instant. 

Of the three stars fi t e t & $ Urew Mlnoris, S, from being n arest to the pole, is on the whole the best adapted for the 
determination of the meridian ; while ft, though convenient on account of its greater brightness, is less suitable than 
the other two; since the length c.f the interval between the times o> its meridian passage and greatest elongation, ai 
well as its azimuth at the latter time, are both greatly affected by a change in the latitude. 

On examining the table, it will be seen that an error of 10 in the assumed latitude will occasion an error of about 
4 in the azimuth of the star. 

In order to harmonize with the rest of the Calendar, where Ihe times of transit of Polaris have been usually placed, 
the transits of that star are given in civil time: for greater convenience however the transits of jQ ) t ; & $ Urste 
Minoris in the following table are in astronomical time, being reckoned from noon to noon. For the sake of brevity 
the transits are given tor the 1st, llth and 21 tt, and also on those days when two transits take place. 

Th times of meridian passage on any intermediate day may be readily found with sufficient accuracy by subtract 
ing the following numbers from the recorded time that next precedes it in the table. 



Number of days after day last recorded ...... 


i 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 




m s 


m s 


m 


m s 


m s 


m H 


m s 


m s 


m s 


m * 




a 56 


7 52 


11 48 


15 44 


19 40 


23 36 


27 32 


31 2S 


35 24 


39 20 

























As in the case of the Pole Star, the lower transits of each of these stars will occur lib. 58m 2s (nearly) after th 
time of upper transit. 

Mean Astronomical Times of the upper transits of three Circumpolar Star*. 



Urew Minoris 



Right Ascension I4h 51m 7s 
Polar Distance... 15 19 12" 





Jan. 


Feb. 


March. 


April. | May. 


June. 


July- 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 




h m s 


h m s 


h m B 


h m 8 


h m s 


h m s 


h m 8 


h m B 


h m 8 


h in H 


h m g 


h m B 


1 


20 5 10 


18 3 18 


16 9 20 


14 7 28 


12 9 32 


10 7 37 


8 9 39 


6 7 44 


4 6 48 


2 7 49 


5 56 


22 4 4 


2 












Two tra 


nsits occ 


ur on N 


ov.2 


{ 


020 
23 58 4 




LI 


19 25 51 


17 24 1 


15 30 


13 28 8 


11 30 10 


9 28 17 


7 30 21 


5 28 24 


3 26 30 


1 28 30 


23 22 43 


21 24 45 


4i 


18 46 33 


16 44 43 


14 50 40 


12 48 47 10 50 50 

1 


8 4S 58 


6 51 1 


4 49 3 


2 47 10 


49 11 


22 43 23 


20 45 27 



Ursse Minoris 



Right Ascension 16h 59m 9i 
Polar Distance... 7 45 25" 





h m s 


h m s 


h m a 


h m s 


h m 8 


h m s 


h m B 


h m s 


h m B 


h m s 


h m 8 


h m B 


1 


22 13 34 


20 11 45 


18 17 47 


16 15 59 


14 18 5 


12 16 12 


10 18 14 


8 16 16 


6 14 18 


4 16 18 


2 14 18 


16 18 


5 












Two tra 


nsits occ ur on D 


c.6 




i 


34 
























1 


23 56 39 


11 


21 34 16 


19 32 27 


17 28 30 


15 36 41 


13 38 46 


11 36 53 


9 38 63 


7 36 56 


5 34 57 


3 36 55 


1 34 68 


23 33 3 


21 


20 54 58 


18 53 9 


16 59 13 


14 57 23 


12 59 27 


10 57 33 


8 59 33 


6 57 35 


4 55 37 


2 57 34 


55 38 


22 53 44 



! Ursse Minoris 



Right Ascension 18h 13m 35s 
Polar Distance.. 3 23 39" 





h m s 


h in s 


h in s 


h m B 


h m B 


h m 8 


h m 8 


h m s 


h m s 


h in R h m 


h m s 


1 


23 27 40 


21 25 50 


19 31 57 


17 20 14 


15 32 26 


13 30 38 


11 32 40 


9 30 40 


7 28 37 


5 30 27 


2 28 21 


1 SO 16 


LI 


22 48 21120 46 34 


18 52 41 


16 50 59 


14 53 9 


12 51 19 


10 53 19 


8 51 18 


6 49 14 


4 51 3 


2 48 59 


60 64 


n 


22 9 3 


20 7 18 


18 13 25 


16 11 43 


14 13 52 


12 12 


10 13 58 


8 11 56 


6 9 51 


4 11 40 


2 9 36 


11 34 


!3 












Two tra 


nsits occ 


ur on D 


ec. 23 




{ 


3 41 
23 59 45 



[147] 



THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 



[1872. 



Table, 

Owing the intervals between the times of upper transit and the times of greateit elongation of the three stars, fi t ft 
Ursa Minoris, also the azimuth oftfifse stars at the tame instant, and the change in the length of the interval, and in 
the azimuth for an increase o/10 of latitude. 



LATITCrK. 


42 


43 


44 


45 


46 


47 


45 


49 


50 




h m s 
522 


h 111 8 

4 59 58 


h m s 

4 67 49 


h HI 8 

4 55 34 


h in H 
4 53 16 


h m s 

4 50 51 


h m s 

4 48 21 


h m s 
4 45 44 


h m s 

A A \ A 


Change for 10 of latitude ... 


20.7 
5 30 55 


21.5 
5 29 65 


22.5 
5 28 52 


23.0 

5 27 47 


24.2 
5 26 40 


25.0 
5 25 30 


26.2 
5 24 19 


27.3 
5 V3 4 


28. r 

5 "H 45 


Change for 10 of latitude ... 


10.0 

5 4G 8 


10.5 
5 46 22 


10.9 
5 45 55 


11.2 

5 45 27 


11.7 

5 44 58 


11.8 

5 44 28 


12.5 
5 43 57 


13.2 
5 43 25 


13.7 
r t 42 fil 


8 Change for 10 of latitude ... 


4.3 


4.5 


4.7 


4.8 


5.0 


5.2 


5.3 


5.7 


5.8 




o / // 
10 49 4ti 


o / // 
21 10 53 


o / // 
21 33 10 


2L 56 41 


2221 & 


o / // 
22 47 48 


23 15 40 


o / // 
23 45 10 


O 1 II 

>4 16 28 


Change or 10 of latitude ... 


+ 3 31 
10 27 51 


+ 3 43 

10 38 5 


+ 3 55 

10 48 .">2 


+ 49 
11 14 


+ 4 23 
11 12 13 


+ 4 39 
11 24 52 


4- 4 55 

11 S i 13 


+ 5 13 
11 52*50 


+ 5 33 
12 7 15 


Change for 10> of latitude ... 
A Greatest elongation 


+ 1 42 
4 34 10 


+ 1 48 
4 38 3tt 


+ I 54 

4 43 K< 


+ 20 
4 48 11 


+ 26 
4 53 "2 


+ 2 14 
4 58 49 


+ 2 21 
5 4 35 


+ 2 29 
5 10 40 


+ 2 38 
5 17 6 


Change for 10 of latitude ... 


+ 44 


+ 47 


+ 49 


+ 52 


+ 55 


+ 58 


+ 1 1 


+ 14 


+ 18 



THE PLANETS. The times of rising and setting of the five chief planets are calculated for Toronto, and are corrected 
for refraction. The times of culmination, although computed for the meridian of Toronto, 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 45. 

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. From analogous causes a planet will sometimes rise twice or set twice in the same civil day. When two culmina 
tions occur in the same day, or two risings or settings, the times of both are registered. 

Star Table. 

From the times of the upper transit of the Pole Star may be derived, with the aid of the following table, the times of 
culmination, and of the rising and setting of the principal fixed stars, as seen from the parallel of 45 north latitude. 

To ascertain when any star found in the following table will be on the meridian, add the number in the left-hand 
column of figures to the preceding meridian transit of the pole star given in the calendar. To find the time of rising 
of a star, subtract the number opposite to it in the rifrbt-hand column of figures from the time of its meridian passage. 

For the setting of a Star, add the same number to the time of its meridian passage. Those stars marked ( ) revolve 

in a ciicle of perpetual apparition, and do not rise or set at places in and to the north of latitude 45. 



NAME OF STAR. 


On 
Meridi n 


Rises 

and Sets 


NAME OP STAB. 


On 

Meridi n 


Rises 
and Sets 


a Andromeda} 


h tn 

22 46 


h m 
8 9 


y Leonis 


h m 
9 


h m 

1 27 


rPf><r;ii fAlffenilA 


22 51 


6 59 


a Ursse Miijoris 


9 42 






23 18 




jj Leonis 


10 29 


7 2 


a n.-t 


23 21 


4 40 


/3 Corvi .....< 


11 14 


4 20 


a Ursoe Minoris (Polaris) 






a Virginus (Spicsi) 


12 6 


5 16 




36 


7 25 


tf Ursse Majoris 


12 29 




Arietis 


48 


7 38 


a Bootis (Arcturus) 


12 56 


7 23 


(Jeti 


1 43 


6 13 




13 37 






2 3 




/3 Libras 


13 56 


5 23 


a Tauri (Aldebaran) 


3 16 


7 7 


a Coronae Borealis 


14 15 


8 2 




3 55 




a Serpentis 


14 24 


6 26 


Q Orionis (Risel) 


3 56 


5 25 




14 44 


4 37 


j8 Tauri 


4 6 


8 10 


a Scorpii (Antares) 


15 7 


4 2 




4 13 


5 57 


a Herculis 


15 54 


7 


t Orionis ; 


4 17 


5 64 




16 13 




n ColumbsB > . 


4 21 


3 9 


y Drnconis 


16 39 






4 36 


6 29 




17 18 


9 31 


a Canis Maioris (Sirius) 


5 27 


4 50 


o Aquilse (Altair) 


18 30 


6 33 


t Cani ^ MA jo vis 


5 41 


3 46 




19 22 


11 32 


o? Geminorum (Castor) 


6 14 


8 34 


a Cephei 


20 




y Canis Minoris (Procyon) 


6 20 


6 21 


3 Aquarii 


20 10 


5 34 


3 Geminorum (Pollux) 


6 25 


8 9 




20 44 


5 55 


a Hydrse 


8 08 


5 26 




21 35 


3 36 


a Leonis (Reeulus^ . 


8 48 


6 51 


a Peeasi (Markab) 


21 43 


7 



[148] 



1872.] 



THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 



Table, 

Shewing the Illuminated Portions of Hit, Ditcs of Venus and Mars. 



1872. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


1872. 


Venus. 


Mars. 




-676 


-970 


July 15. 


1 -000 


-992 


February 14. 
March.... 15. 
April 15. 
May 15. 
June 15. 


-773 
-849 
-912 
-958 
-989 


-982 
-992 
-998 
1 -000 
-998 


August.... 15. 
September 15. 
October... 15. 
November 15. 
December 15. 


990 
-959 
-913 
-853 
-780 


-982 
-967 
-950 
-930 
-913 



Eclipse*. 

In the year 1872 there will be two Eclipses of the Sun, and two of the Moon. 

I. A partial eclipse of the Moon, May 22, 1872. The middle of the eclipse occurs before the Moon rises in Canada. 
The last contact with the shadow occurs sonn after the Moon rises at Halifax and Fredericton, but before he risei at 
western stations. The last contact with the Penumbra takes place after the Moon rises at the plares named below, 
tut before she rises at Fort Garry. 

The following Table contains the local mean astronomical times at which such phases as are visible occur. 



Pa AS i. 


Halifax. 


Frederict n 


Quebec. 


Montreal. 


Kingston. 


Toronto. 


London. 




h. m. 
17 41 


h. m. 

7 31 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h. in. 


h. m. 




9 12 


9 2 


8 42 


8 32 


8 21 


8 9 


8 1 



















II. An annular eclipse of the Sun, June 5, 1872, invisible in Canada. The line of central eclipse extends from a 
point in the Indian ocean (Lat 5 43 N. Long. 65 E.) across the Indian Peninsula and China, to a point in the 
Pacific (Lat. 27 32 N. and Long. 155 36 W.) 

III. A partial eclipse of the Moon, November 14, 1872, visible in Canada. 

The local mean times at which the various phases oocur at different stations are given in the following table. 



PHASE. 


Halifax. 


Freder.ct 


Quebec. 


Montreal. 


Kingsfn 


Toronto. 


London. 


F. Garry 


Victoria. 


first contact with Penumbra . 
First contact with shadow .... 
Middla of Eclipse 


h. m. 

10 47 
12 47 
13 5 


h. m 
10 37 
12 37 
12 52 


h. m. 

10 17 
12 17 
12 35 


h. m. 
10 7 
12 7 
12 25 


h. m. 

9 56 
11 5(3 
12 14 


h. m. 
9 44 
11 44 

12 2 


h. m. 
9 36 

11 3ti 
11 f>4 


h. m. 
8 34 
10 3t 
10 52 


h. m. 
S 50 

a 50 
9 8 


Last contact with shadow 
Last contact with Penumbra 


13 23 
15 23 


13 13 
15 13 


12 53 
14 53 


12 4:5 
14 43 


12 42 
13 42 


12 20 
14 20 


12 12 
14 12 


11 10 
13 10 


9 26 
11 26 



The first contact with the shadow occurs at 11 from the northernmost point of the Moon s limb towards the west; 
and the last contact at 29 towards the west, in each case for direct image. Magnitude of the Eclipse (Moon g 
diameter=l) 0.023. 

IV. A total eclipse of the Sun, November 30, 1872, invisible in Canada. The line of central eclipse extends from a 
point in the South Pacific (Lat. 15 1 S. ; Long. 173 12 W.) eastward, south of Cape Horn, to a point in the South 
Atlantic (Lat. 41 20 S. ; Long. 12 3 33 W.) 



TABLE SHEWING THE AVERAGES OF CERTAIN METEOROLOGICAL QUANTITIES. 

[From observations at the Magnetic Observatory.] 





00 

* 

o> 


perature, 
age of 29 

8. 


||| 

jj gS 


iltant velo 
of Wind, 
i 21 years. 


ai 

.- * 

o " >-. 


ll 


iuut of 
i, average 
i-29 years. 


(N 

^2*0 
O he . 

GO * 5 


03 
t-i - x 


C (N 
flVi 

02 o 

6 j 


-Sfc 

r c 
tf_S 


3 of Rain 
Snow. 




^ <3j oj 

52. 


O 4> a) 

H S >> 


ao Q 9 

OJ C O 


a; *-^ o 


1^1 


_3 3 


^ o 


ri ! (M 
|T fl) tf 

fi^, 


1 2^ 

<J ^Q O 




Z-3 

o a 

E- es 


in 


January 


29-6451 


o 
22-94 


o 
V 78 W 


3 06 


8-14 


72 


in. 




in. 

1 VQfi 


13-59 


in. 

2 .-71 


17-QT 


February 


6321 


22 95 


N 69 W 


310 


8 - 53 


72 




I V? 


1 R-1S 


12 07 


2 800 




March 


5989 


29-85 


N 57 W 


3 31 


8 80 


62 




R.OQ 


10-1 ^ 


9- 09 








5967 


40 99 


N 17 W 


O.AO 


c.-io 


60 














May .. 


5717 


5V41 


N 11 W 


1 66 


6.77 


55 




U.Q7 




0-41 






^r * 
June 


5747 


61-53 


N 61 W 


- 77 


6 15 


52 


2-7J.1 


n.qc 




07 


0.74.1 


1 1 -,l*i 


July ... 


5990 


67 38 


N 68 W 


68 


d-Qfi 


49 


= 1 




. 








August 


623,1 


66-09 


N 68 W 


1 04 


5-19 


48 






... 


... 






September 


6623 


fi7 Q 3 


N 55 W 


1-08 


5-48 


49 


Q -AQO 




... 


... 




11 -9ft 


October 


6487 


45 76 


N 57 W 


1 72 


6 j 


61 






A, 00 


1 .- - 


o ^fii 




November 


6131 


36-86 


N 78 W 


2-52 


751 


.7 


Q.ftQQ 


1 1-1.91 


O.Q^ 


38 


" OCR 




December 


6534 


25-93 


N 75W 


3-14 


8-5-2 


74 


1 RIO 


R At? 


1 A OK 


13 45 


Q ??J 


IQ-flT 





























Year 


29-6192 


44-13 


N 61 W 


1-87 


6 94 


0-61 








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co >o o; co 10 01 eo 


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a E a a 

c: " r: 

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a a s a 

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t** *O GO CO ^T - C^l 


TORONTO 


a E a a 
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J5 TtH Ci CD l"~t t^* 


a a s E 

ci & = cJ 

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C CO O CO OS C3 

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a a a a a 

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OI CO CO -rt" t^ O> 


CM O5 CO * CO CO 
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1 lO CO O i c iO I- 
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MOON S PHASES. 


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MOON S PHASES. 



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distance. 


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a 
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TWILIGHT BEGINS OR ENDS. 


ti 



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QC * 
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Fredericton. 


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Fredericton. 


H 

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cO CM CO 
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Fredericton. 


Sd 
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l a 

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I! 


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1 1 Toronto. 


fa 
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c5 s? P- c3 

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So 1C >O iO P. P, 
^OS CD OS 00 t- 


a a a a 

PH 03 c3 OH 

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CO CD OS t- CO 


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s a a a 

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C3 C3 P- PH 

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iO *O ^O 

rH 1-1 rH 


Polar 
distance. 


l~- rt O 
5 Ol M Ol 

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Ol Ol Ol 

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Polar 
Moon -. distance. 


-. O Ol CO 
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^ Ol CN Ol 

01 oq 01 

rH r- 


Polar 
i distance. 


s O S 

^ CN Ol -H 

01 Ol CN 

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6 

= a 
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5 Tj. 01 

^ r- rH i 1 
Ol Ol Ol 

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TWILIGHT BEGINS OR ENDS. 


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It 


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Frederic-ton. I Halifax. 


X e- 


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J 


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Halifax. 


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|a 


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B CO Tf T}< 

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Fredericton. 


|a 


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C Ol O TH 

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li 


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B , i o -Tf 

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Frtdt-ricton. 


It 


CO CD CO 
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Fredericton. 


|i 


CO CO t- 

Bo o o 

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B CO Tf lO 

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Toronto. 


u: 
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rfJco r~ t~ 


1 I Toronto. 


to - 


g X: CC 71 
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Toronto. 


11 


= 00 l^ rH 
t=04 rH rH 

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I Toronto. 


|a 


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cO 04 01 
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a a a a^ 
a cs os o t- - S 

cc rp 10 O ^ P. 
_;CO OS O C5 5 O 

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a a a s 

cj P, at d 

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r^ ^^ r"^ ^^ CO iQ 


a a e s a 

r, p. 03 cS PH 
ri g 

r- CO IO CO 01 P, P, 

rH rH rH OHO (71 

rH 


a a a a 

e: P. P. OS 

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t^ us os 01 oo os o 


a a a a.s 
c^a * *3, 

cos cs p r S S 

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^ S rH 


a a a a 

cs p, s oj 

co 02 o os a a 

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a a a a s 

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Tf to TI* ^- c^ n c 

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II rH O rH CN IO Ol 


a a a a 

os p. p, a 

01 c-. I-- rH a a a 

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t- 10 o^ 01 oo 05 <o 

rH 


a 


a a a a 

P, CS CS CS 

cs oo o i- a a 

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X CS O CO rH O5 


a a a a 

P^ fl 

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a a a a a 

Ci PH C C3 PH 

co co ** o o a a 

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a a s a 

a! p. p. oS 

r- cs i- rH a a a 

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CD TJ* O5 rH t- CO OS 


TORONTO. 


a a a a 

P, CS OH C 
Q CD CD I * T}1 S 5 

H CO -f <& O P. P, 

jjt^OO rH 00 rH OS 


s a a a 

a a. a 

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r- TH rn CO P. P. 

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a a a e a 

C P, P. 0= OH ^ 

rH co rH co t a a 

r- CO IO Ol rH P, P, 

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s a s a 

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A-tld 


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CN O: CD T< Ol -t< 
rH OJ rH Ol 


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MOON S PHASES. 


^ 

S 5 

p p ri "*~* 

1 1 j w w 

r* ? S T o 5 

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[164] 



1872.] 



THE PLANETS. 



21 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 


JANUARY 1ST. 


JANUARY llTH. 


JANUARY 21sT. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Vler. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
8 68 a 

9 33 a 
5 36/7 
7 45 a 
553/> 


h m 
853 
219/7 
1 140 
U 10 p 
128- 


A m 
148/7 
706/- 
8 48 a 
4 85 /7 
8 59 a 


o 

61.4 
63.1 
23.8 
67.5 
24.3 


h m 
417 a 
9 13a 
4-50/7 
7 10 
511/> 


A m 
901 o 
2 11 p 
29 
1 1 35 o 
047 a 


h m 
1 44 p 
1 09 p 
804 
401/? 
819u 


o 
640 
60.7 
23 5 
67.4 
24.2 


h m 
4 36 a 
8 53 a 
4 04 p 
6 35 a 
429/7 


h m 
9 lOa 
202/> 
1140/7 
11 01 a 
006 a 


h m 
I 45p 65.8 
712j9!58.0 
7 21 a 23.2 
8 27 d 67.8 
7 38 a 24.1 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 




NAME OP 
PLANET. 


FEBRUARY 1ST. 


FEBRUARY HTH. 


FEBRUARY 21si. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 

Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
4 54 a 
829 a 
3 13 p 
5 56 a 
3440 


A m 
9 23 a 
1 52/7 
I051p 
10 23 a 
11 170 


h m 
1 52/7 
715/> 
6 33 a 
250/> 
6 -53 a 


o 

66.8 
54.8 
23 (i 
67.2 
240 


h m 
505(r 
8 06 a 
228j? 

521 a 

3 02 ir- 


A m 

9 35 u 
142p 
10 (Up 
9 48 a 
1036 


/?, m 
206/< 
7 18 ? - 
5506 
216/7 
613 


o 

66.7 
31 7 

22.8 

67.0 
23 9 


h m 
5 12 a 
742a 
1 45 p 
4 45 a 
221p 


h m 
9 48 a 

1 31/7 

924/; 
913a 
9550 


A m 
524/7 
719/7 
5 08 a 
141/7 
5 32 a 


o 

65.5 
48.6 
22.7 
66.9 
23.8 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 



NAME OP 




MARCI 


I 1ST. 






MARCH 


llTH. 






MARCH 


21ST. 




PLANET. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
5 13 a 


h m 
9 58 a 


h m 
2 43 p 


o 
63 6 


h m 

5 09 a 


h m 

10 08 a 


h m 
3 06 p 


o 

60 6 


A m 
502 a 


h m 
\ 1 G a 


h m 
3 31 p 




57 


Mars 


7 21 a 


1 21 


7 21 v 


45 7 


657 


1 10;? 


722/? 


42 6 


6 33 a 


058n 


72o 


39 5 


Jupiter 


1 07 p 


i -i p 

8 46 p 


i * < p 
430 a 


22 6 


26 p 


806p 


3 50 a 


>> fi 


11 47 a 


7 27 p 


r 

3 11 a 


?, > 5 


Saturn 


4 13 a 


8 41 a 


1 10/7 


66 8 


3 37 a 


8 06 a 


35 p 


66 7 


259 a 


7 29 a 


11 59 a 


66 R 


Uranus 


1 44 p 


9 18/7 


4 56 a 


23.8 


1 04 p 


838/7 


4 16 a 


23.7 


024/7 


758/> 


3 36 a 


23.7 



NAME OP 
PLANET. 


APRIL, 1st. 


AI KIL, llTH. 


APRIL 216T. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mr 
Zen 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid 


Sets. 


J-ier. 
Zen. 
dit. 


Venus 


h m 
4 50 a 
607 a 
11 05 a 
2 19a 
1 1 40 a 


h m i h m 
10 24 a 358j 
045/7 724jt7 
645/? 2 29 
6 48 all 18 a 
7 14/> 252 


o 

52.3 
36.2 
22.6 
66 5 
23.7 


h m 
4 37 a 
5 44 a 
10 30 a 
I 41 a 
11 Ola 


h m 

1030r, 

034/ 
609, 
611 - 
6 35 /, 


A m 
423/7 
724/7 
1 52 a 
1041 a 
2 13 a 


o 

47.6 
33 4 
22 7 
66.5 
28.7 


h m 
4 25 a 
5 22 o 
9 55 a 
102 a 
10 22 a 


A m 
10 36 a 
23/7 
534/7 
5 32 a 
556/7 


A m 
447/7 
725/? 
1 16 
10 03 a 
134 a 


o 

43.0 
30.8 
22.8 
66.5 
23.7 


Mars 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uranus 




NAME OP 
PLANET. 


MAY IST. 


MAY HTH. 


MAY 21ST. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zeu. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
4\\a 
6 01 a 
9 22 a 
026o 
944ffl 


h m 
10 41 a 
12/9 
500/? 
4 53 a 
5 18 r. 


h m 
512/7 
7 24 (i 
041 a 
9 20 a 
56 n 


o 

38.1 
28.5 
23.0 
66.5 
23.8 


h m 
3 58 a 
4 40 n 
8 50 a 
1 42 p 
9 06 a 


h m 
10 48 a 
02 /) 
4 26p 
4 13 a 
440/7 


A m 
538/7 
724/7 
0"6a 
8 43 a 
1 7 a 




33.6 
26.4 
23 2 
66.5 
23.8 


h m 
3 47 a 
4 28 a 
8 I9a 
1059/> 
1 8 29 a 


h m 
10 56 a 
11 52 a 
354/> 
3 33 a 
402)0 


A. i 
606/> 
721/7 
1129/7 
8 03 a 
1135/> 


o 

29.2 
24.8 
23.5 
66.5 
23.9 


Mars 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uranus 




NAME OP 
PLANET. 


JUNE IST. 


JUNE 11 TH. 


JUNK -2 1ST. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


M.r. 

Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 

Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
3 42 <i 
4 04 a 

7 45 n 
\0l4p 

748<7 


h m 
1107 a 
11 41 a 
319p 
248 
321 


A / 
6 32 /> 
7 18/j 
1052/7 
7 18 a 
105i 


o 

25.8 
23.2 
23.9 
66 6 
24.0 


h m 
341 a 
3 48 a 
7 If) -r 
9 33 / 
7 12 


h m 
11 19 
11 31 a 
24-p 
206 
2 4 4 / 


h m 
6 57 /7 
7 14/- 
1019p 
6 36 ,i 
10 16/; 


o 

23.2 
22.1 
>\.:> 
66 7 
24.1 


h m 
3 46 a 
3 35 a 
647 a 

852/) 
(1 35 n 


A TO 

H 32 a 
1 1 22 >i 
2 1 ( . ; 
1 24 
2 07 17 


A w 
718p 
709/7 
945/7 
5 53 a 
938 


o 

21.7 
21.4 
24.7 
66.8 
<>4 9. 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 



NOTE. In the aboTe Tables o signifies A. M. :>d p P. M. 

[1651 



22 



THE PLANETS. 



[1872. 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 



Venus . 
Mars . . 
Jupiter 
Saturn . 
Uranus 



JULY IST. 


JULY llTH. 


JULY -Z\St. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen . 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen., 

dist.1 


h m 
3 68 a 
3 23 a 
6180 
8 10;, 
5 59 a 


h m 
U46 
11 12 a 
1 45;? 
Q42d 
1 30;- 


h m 
7 34 p 
1 01 p 

91. ;) 

510</ 
901 JP 


o 

21.3 
21.0 

25.2 
66.9 
24 8 


A m 
417 a 
3 12 a 
5 50 a 

728;) 
5 23 a 


A TO 
000;? 
1102" 
1 15;? 
000 a 
053;? 


h m 
7 44 p 
652;? 
850;? 
427 a 
823;? 


o 

22.2 
20.0 
25.7 
67 
24.5 


h m 
439" 
304,; 
522 
646;) 
446u 


A m 
013;) 
10 52 a 
044;? 

11 13;, 

016;? 


h m 
748;, 
640;? 
807;? 
344 " 
7 46^ 


o 

24.0 
21.2 
26.2 
67.2 
24.6 



NAME OF 




AUGUS 


r IST. 




i 


AUGUST 


llTH. 






AUGUST 


21 ST. 




PLANET. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 

Zen. 
(list. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
7n 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen, 

dist 


Venus 


ft m 
5 07 a 


h m 
26 Jt) 


h m 

7 45 p 




"7 " 


h m 
5 34 a 


h m 

035jP 


h m 
1 37 p 




31 ( 


h m 
601 a 


h m 
043;, 


h m 

7 25 p 


o 

355 


Mars 


2 55 a 


1 1 40 </ 


6 24 i. 


1 9 


2 49 a 


10 28 


607;. 


22 t 


243a 


10 16o 


549;/ 


241 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


4520 
6 00 ;) 


Ollp 

10 27 p 


" / 

7 30 ;/ 

2 57 </ 


26.! 

67 


424" 
5 19;) 


11 41 a 
945; 


6 57 / 
2 ) 6 e 


27.4 

67.3 


3 57 a 
438z? 


11 10,; 
9 04; 


6 23 p 
1 33 ,/ 


28.0 

67,4 


Uranus 


4 09 a 


11 36 a 


7 02 ;> 


24.7 


333 


1059c 


625;? 


209 


2 56 a 


10 22 


5 47 p 


21.0 



NAME OP 
PLANET. 



Venus . 
Mars . 
Jupiter. 
Saturn . 
Uranus 



SEPTEMBER IST. 


SEPTEMBER HTH. 


SEPTEMBER 21ST. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 

Zen 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer 
Zen 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen, 
dist. 


h m 
6 29 a 
2 37 a 
3 25 u 
854j> 
2 14 a 


h m 
050;> 
1002,; 
1036r 
819;? 

941 a 


h m 
7 10p 
5 26 p 
5 47 p 
048" 
509;? 


o 

40 7 
25 ! 
287 
67 6 
25 2 


h m 
6 56 a 
231 a 
2 57 ,/ 
3 \Zp 
1 37 a 


h m 
055;? 
9 48 a 
10 do </ 
738;? 
9 04 a 


h m 
655;, 
504;? 
5 13;, 
007o 
431 ;/ 


o 

M5> 

27. t; 
294 
67.5 
25.:-, 


h m 

7 23 a 
226" 
2 29 " 
234;) 
1 00 a 


h m 
1 01 p 
933,/ 
934 ,/ 
659;? 
8 27 a 


h m 
640;? 
441 p 
439p 
11 24;? 
353;? 


o 

51.0 
29.4 
30.0 
67.5 
25.4 



NAME OP 
PLANET. 


OCTOHKH IKT. 


OCTOBER llTH. 


OCTOBER 21stT. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Zen. 

(list. 


Rises. 


On 

Meiid. 


Sets. 


Met 

Zen 
dist. 


Ki.se*. 


OU 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
7 49 a 
2 19 u 
1 59 o 
1 55 , 
it "8 >, 


h m 
I 08 ;> 
9 18</ 
902 a 
(i 20 jj 
748,/ 


h m 
,626/j 

4 17;> 
4I4;? 
1045^ 
f 3 14 ,, 


o 

65.9 

31.5 
30.B 

67.5 
25.5 


h m, 

817 a 

2 13 
129 
1 17;> 

n 4i p 


h m 
1 16;/ 
9 02 a 

8 29 ,, 
542;? 

7 11 H 


h m 
6 14;? 60.4 
352;? 33 f 
329;? 31.1 
1007;? 67. f 
:. 36 /? 25 r 


h m 
844" 
2 (f6 u 
59 ,; 
39 p 
11 09 i 


A WJ 

1 25;, 
946,, 
7 56 " 
5<>5;) 

r, :^ rl 


A m 
607; 
3 26;, 
254/ 
9 29 / 
203^ 


o 

64.3 
35.8 
31.7 

67.5 
25.6 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 


NAME OP 
PLA.VET. 


NOVUMBKK IST. 


NOVEMBER llTH. 


.NOVEMBER 218T. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
dist. 


iiises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


RittA 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Venus 


h m 
9 13 
1 57 a 
I) 24 a 
1 1 59 ,/ 
1021 p 


h m 
] 38;? 
8 27 a 
7 ]9tt 
425;? 
5 50 


h m 
604f 

2 57 /- 
214; 
850;- 
1 15^ 




K7.ll 
:JS 2 
32. - 2 
67.4 
25 H 


h m 

9 88 ,/ 
1 49<- 
i 1 47; 
1 1 23 ,/ 
941 t . 


h m 
1 52 p 
810a 
6 44 a 
348p 
5 1 


h m 

(iOliy, 

230^ 
1 38 / 
8 14;) 
35 ^ 


o 

694 
40.5 
32.6 

67 3 
25.6 


A ? 
955" 
1 40 ,, 
11 13;. 
1047" 
903^ 


A m 
207;- 
7 52 ,/ 
6 08 ,, 
3 13;, 
431 " 


A m 
6 \lp 

2 03 ;- 
1 10;? 
7 39;, 
1 1 56 


o 

70.1 
42.9 
32.9 
67.2 
25.6 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Satur 


Uranus 


NAME UP 
PLANBT. 


DECKMBK:: IHT. 


DKCK.MHKK 11 TH. 


DKHK.MBEH . IsT. 


Rises. 


On 

Mericl. 


Sets. 


Her. 

Zen 


Kises. 


On 
Merid 


Sets. 


Mei 
/en. 
dist. 




On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Venus 


h m 
06 <i 
1 3i 1 ,/ 
1036^ 

1011 a 

822;? 


h m 
221;- 
7 33 a 
582 
238;- 


A r 
686^ 
1 36 JD 
023/j 
7( 5jJ 
11 Ki,/ 




H9 5 
15 i 
: ,:! 1 
67.1 

25. <: 


h m 
lOlOo 
1 20 a 
959? 
9 35 " 
741^ 


A TO 

235;? 
7 14" 
454 
203;? 
311" 


A l 

C,.-/. /, 

1 08 p 
11 44 a 
630;? 
10 36 a 


o 

67.7 

47.2 
33. 1 

67 ( 

25.;, 


A m 

10 7" 
1 09 u 
9 19;, 
900" 
700;? 


A m 
2 46;) 
6 64 a 
4 14 
1 28 // 
2 30 a 


h m 
724; 
04(1; 
1 1 05 n 
6 67 jo 
9 66 a 


o 

64.9 
49.2 
33.1 
66.8 
25.5 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 







NOTE. In the above Tables a signifies A. M. and p P. M. 
[166] 



1872.] 



RISING AND SETTING OF THE SUN AND MOON. 



23 






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Mean minimum temperature 
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[170] 



1872.] METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. 


TEMPERATURE. 1 WIND. 




1870. Av " n - e 
30 years. 


Extremes. 




1870. 


Result 
22 years. 


Extremes. 


Mean temperature 


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45-93 

July. 

6879 
Febr ary 

21-54 

47-25 
2-65 
June 

5-S6 
June 28 

77-70 

Dec. 29 

0-68 
June 18 

Fub y 21 
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4410 
July 

67-33 
Fe br ary 

23-02 

44-31 
2-41 
January 

3-87 

7774 

111 
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12-3 


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Tan. 57, 

12-75 

359 
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10-3 
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1868. 
8450 
Feb. 6, 
1855. 
Jan. 22. 
1857. 


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Feb. 48. 

26-60 

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iu 1864. 

Jnlv 31, 

1844. 
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Dec. 22, 
1842. 
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Aug. 19, 
1840. 
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J.-ui. 2, 
1842. 
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Resultant direction 
Resultant velocity 


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1-61 
733 
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11-46 
July 
4-82 
Feb. 12 ! 
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June 2 

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6-94 
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March 

8-77 
July 
4-96 

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Jan. 1848. 

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Sept. 1860. 
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Dec. 2, 48. 
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Mar. i 4, 53. 
11 to noon. 
256 


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Mean temp, of the 
varment 111 nth. 


Mean velocity. with 
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Month of greatest 
mean vel> ciry. ... 
Orea est monthly 
mean velocity 
Month ot leastmean 


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coldest month.... 
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of monthly means 
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Day of least n can 


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the warmest day. 


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Hour ol greater < 
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Greatest velocity ... 


Mean tern of cold. d. 
Date highest temp. 

Highest !. 
Da^e lowest temp... 

L iwe-t tempera! ur. 
Ran,.".. film year . 


Aug. 24, 

1854. 

Jan. 10, 
1859. 
26-8 


RAIN. 




1870. 


Average 
30 years. 


Extremes. 


95-0 


103-3 


1182 


Total depth of rain 


33898 
lie- 
June. 

8-090 
June, ) 
July }- 
Oct.] 

16 

June 11 
2-360 


29-525 
109- 

Sept. 
3-694 
October. 

12 
2-054 


43-555 
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130 
(in 1861) 

Sept. 43. 

9760 

Jne 69 1 
Out. 64/ 

22 
Sept. 14. 
1843 

3-455 


19-041 
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80 
in 1841 

Sept. 1848. 
3-115 
May, 1841 

11 
Sept 14, 
1848 

1-000 


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Hliich rain tell... 
Moi.th in which the 
g> eatest depth of 




18 0. 

29 5956 

Sept. 
29-7514 
Febr ary 
29-, 315 
Jan. 14, 
ill a.m. 
3021-2 

Jan. 2, 
9-30 p.m. 

28 166 
2-046 


Average 

29 \ears. 


Extremes. 


Mean press, of year 

M mth highest . m p 
High st mean m p. 
M inli lowest 111 p 

Lowest Uleall 111. 1> 

Da of Inghes- pies- 
suif in (lif year. 
Highe.-t pressure... 

Dte of lowest pre - 
suiv iii the year. 

Lowest pressure. ... 
Range of ihe year . 


29 6175 

Sept. 
2 .rni 5S 
May. 
29-5686 

30-380 

28-688 

1-682 


29-6670 

(iiil84U ) 
Jan. 4H. 
29-8046 

Mar. ;:!) 
2VJ-4I43 
Jan.S cilj. 
30-940 
Ja:.. 2 70. 

28-166 

2-133 
in !Mi6. 


29-SC02 
in 1864. 
June, ti4. 
29-66-25 
N.IV 49. 
29-5SSK 
Jan. 14. 70 
30-2 1 2 
Mar. 17, 45 

28-039 

1303 

in 1845. 


Greatest d- pth of 
-ail! in out month 
Mrnths in which 
days cif rain were 
ni ist fivqiicnt 
Gieatesr nuinhri- or 
rainy da^niii oi" 


Day in v. Inch . 
ainonntot rain leil 
(!ie:tte.-t am >ni.t of 
rain in one day. 


SNOW. 


RELATIVE HUMIDITY. 




1870. 


.Average 
27 years. 


Extremes. 




1870. 

76 

Jan. Dec. 
82 
May. 


Average 
28 years- 


Extremes. 


Total depth in the 

year in inches. ... 
Nuuiber of da\ s in 
which snow toll. 
Month in which ;li 
gre ites" llep h 


122-9 

77 


March 


66-1 

62 

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19-14 
January 

14 

8-9 


1-2-2-9 
(in 1-70) 
87 
(in 1859) 

Mar. 70 
624 
Jan. 61 

23 
Feb. 5, 
1K63 
Mar-7 7(J 

16-0 


38-4 
(in .851) 
33 
(iu 1848) 

Dec. 1851 
107 
Feb. 1848 

8 
Jan. 10 
1857. 

5-5 


Mean humidity ol 


77 

January 
8:3 
May 
71 


8-2 
(in 1*51) 

Jau. 57. 
89 

Feb. 43. 
58 


78 

(in 1858) 

Dec. 1858. 
81 
Apr. 1849. 
76 


Mon h of greatest 


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Month li Hftt humid 
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Greatc-st depth ol 
snowinoue month 
Month-i in whirl 
da .sofsnov. wore 
most tV -ciUHiit. .... 
Greatest nutuher oi 
clivs of snow in 


624 

Jan Feb. 
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10-0 


EXTENT OP SKVT CLOUDED. 




1S70. 

0-62 
Dec-em. 

0-78 

August 
043 


Average 
17 years- 

0-60 

No vein. 
075 

August 

0-48 


Extremes. 


Mean clotidin 

Mo*t elf U ty month 
Gr. monthly meat 

L-atcl >udv montl 
Low monthly IIIKU 


060 
(iu!869) 

0-83 

29 


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0-73 

0-50 


Day in which the 
greatest a-nonnl 


GreatestfiUh fsnow 





28 



MONTHLY REGISTER. 



[1872. 



HOLIDAYS, NOTABLE EVENTS, &c. 



JANUARY. 



Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, 
and some few to be chewed and digested. Bacon. 

Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject 
ourselves, or we know where we can find informa 
tion upon it. Johnson. 



1]M ( .11. By town changed to Ottawa 

2 T General Wolfe born 

3 W Light h. at Chester N.S. destr. by lightning 

4 T Earthquake in Canada 

5 F iLighth. Chester, N.S. new light exhibited 

6 S Epiphany. Steamer Peerless launched .... 

7 S 1ft a ft. l- /iijih. Battle of New Orleans.. .. 

8 M 1. iifin /i. Schooner Anne captured 

9 T DeCourcelles cxpedi. against the Mohawks 

10 W Colors pres. to 100th Reg. by Pr. of Wales 

11 T Earthquake at Martinique, 900 lives lost.. 

12 F Sir Charles Bagot, Gov. General of Canada 

13 S Lord Gosford s administration closed .... 

14 S <Jnd nft. Epipli. Gt. fire at St. John, N.B. 

15 M Capture of the U. S. Frigate I 1 resilient .... 

16 T Griffintown, Montreal, flooded by the river 

17 W Frenehtown captured by Americans 

18 T Priscu. Remarka. var. of temp, in Canada 

19 F Great eruption of Mount Vesuvius 

20 S Fnlii iii. U. S. independence acknowlegd. 

21 S ;>nt aft. Kfii/ih. Ai/nes. Frcnelitown ri 

22 M Vincent. ,S/y. Queen City burnt at Toronto 

23 T Castle of St. Louis, Quebec, burnt 

24 W Frederick the Great born 

25 T Cmv. of Paul. Sir F. B. Head, Lieut. Gov. 
2(j F P.O. Money Order sys. introd. into Canada 

27 S Selec. of Ottawa as seat of gov. announced 

28 S Si iittifir/i ,<ini". Battle of Frenehtown .... 

29 M Great fire at Fort Erie, C. W 

30 T Great fire in St. Catharines 

31 W Earl of Elgin. Governor General 



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1859 
1847 



FEBRUARY. 



Moderation is the silken string running through 
the pearl chain of all virtues. Jiishnp IlaU. 

When bad men combine, the good must associate ; 
else they will fall, one by one, an unpitied sacrifice 
in a contemptible struggle. Burke. 



1|T Parliament House, Quebec, burnt 

2 F Pur. B. V. Mary. Fire in Quebec Lun.Asy. 

3 S flJiisiu-i. Spanish Inquisition abolished .. 
4 S Seragesimn. Order of St. Patrick instituted 
5 M ItJilnrn tCt-nn b^girtfe. Agatha. Earthquake 
T Battle of Elizabethtown 

7 W Mary Queen of Scots beheaded 

8 T Kart.hq. in Nova Scotia and New Brunswk. 
i 9 F Union of Lower and Upper Canada 

I o S ( anada ceded to Great Britain 

II S i :i-ma Lord Syiii nliani, Gov rnor 

12 M Lady Jane Grey beheaded 

l;{ T sln- ii-i: Tuesday. Sir Win. Blackstone died 

14 W An/i i; < . Capt. Cook k. 

15 T French enter Naples 

It! F D-. Kane, American arctic explorer, died.. 

17 S pt.lnrn Cnm nits Maj. Boultou tak. pris. 

18 S IMadragesima. Canada settled by French 

19 M Explosion at. Lundhill Colliery 

20 T Tythes abolished in Upper Canada 

21 W Ninety-two resolnt. passed in Canait. Purl. 



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24 S 

25 S 
20 M 
27 T 

20 T 



Ogdensburg, N. V. taken by the British 

Flection riot at Montreal 

Is repulsed near Detroit .. 

I./ nt. Great lire in Toulon dockyd. 

Napoleon embarked from Elba 

Sir J. Col lion ic, administrator 

invade Lower Canada 

dated day 



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1855 
1813 
1783 
1663 
1813 
1587 
1855 
1841 
1703 
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1780 
1779 
1806 
1857 
1870 
1634 
1857 
1823 
1834 
1813 

L838 
1863 

1815 
1838 
1838 
1872 



MARCH. 



The minds of some of our statesmen, like the pupil 
of the human eye, contract themselves the more, the 
stronger light there is shed upon them. Moore. 

Who ever knew truth put to the worse in a free 
and open encounter. Milton. 



F j David. Northern Elevator. Toronto, burnt 
S \Chad. Wesley, founder of Wesleyans, died 

S \Srd in lent. "Battle of Point an Pelee 

M Thos. Scott, murdered at Fort Garry 

T Covent Garden Theatre, burnt 



W York changed to Toronto 

T Perpetua. De Monts sailed for Canada 

F Hon. S. Smith. Administrator 



S Americns Vespucins born 

S \ltth in Lent. Fire at Stratford, 1 life lost. . 

M Fire in St. Paul street, Quebec, 4 lives lost 



10 

11 

12 T Gregory. Desjardin Canal ace. 03 lives lost 

13 W Gustavus IV. dethroned 

14 T York (Toronto) constituted a market town 

15 F First Manitoban Parliament met 

16 S Reciprocity Treaty rati. betw. Eng. & U.S. 

17 S Passion Sun. J atriek. Le Canadian sup d. 
IS M A great flood at Gait 

19 T French army left Marseilles for the Fast .. 

20 W Foundation stone Toronto Exchange laid.. 

21 T Benedict.. .Montcalm repul. at Fort Win. H. 

22 F Hobart Town inundated 

23 S Sir George Arthur, Lieut. Governor 

24 S Palm Sunday. Queen Elizabeth died .... 

25 M Anmmc. Sir C. Metcalfe arriv. at Kingston 

26 T Mohammerah captured 

27 W Peace of Amiens 

28 T Canada ceded to France 

29 F Good Friilc.-ii. Act susp. Constitut n prod. 

30 S Lord Metcalfe, Governor General 

31 S F.aster Xundnu. Battle of La Colle Mill .. 



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1791 
1838 
1870 
1856 
1834 
1604 
1820 
1451 
1858 
1856 
1857 
1 S09 
1814 
1871 
1855 
1810 
1858 
1854 
1855 
1757 
1854 
1838 
1603 
1843 
1857 
1802 
1632 
1838 
18*3 
1814 



APRIL. 



They (corporations) cannot commit treason, nor be 
outlawed, nor excommunicate, for they have no 
souls. Coke. 

Hypocrisy is a kind of homage that vice pays to 
virtue. Rochefoucauld. 



1 M Canada repaid English loan (20 years) 1854 

2 T Battle of Copenhagen 1801 

3 W Great fire at Three Rivers 1*70 

4 T Ambrose. Sir J. Drummond, K.C.B., Adm. 1815 j 

5 F Canada discovered 1499 

1 1 S Battle of Pittsburgh Landing or Shiloh .. 1S62 

7 S LotO 5. Great lire in Toronto. Cath. burnt 1847 

8 M Hudson s Bay Company established lr.92 

9 T J. Bouchctte, Surveyor General, L.C., died IS-ll 

10 W Clergy Reserve Bill passed 1 x>:! 

11 T Napoleon signed his first abdication 1814 

12 F Sir Guy Carleton, Governor of Canada .... 1768 

13 S Houses dest. by brk. up ice at Fredericton 1857 
ll S Snd <!/ . Easter. Abr. Lincoln assassinated 

15 M Lighthouse Point Tupper, first light shown 1870 

16 T Battle of Culloden 1746 

17 W Brock s Monument destroyed 1840 

18 T Disastrous tire at Montreal, 100 h. burnt.. 1768 

19 F \Alphcge. 1st str. passed tlir gap Toronto p. 

20 S Cartier sailed from St. Malo 1634 

21 S 3rd aft. Easter. French Baltic fleet despat. 1854 

22 M Anglo-French fleet bombard Odessa 1854 

2 .; T George. Toronto Exchange inaugurated .. 1856 

24 W Earl Cathcart, Governor General 

25 T Murk. Princess Alice born 1S43 

26 F Riots in Montreal ; Parliament House burnt 1849 

27 S Toronto captured. Battle of York 181:1 

2 S Uh aft. Easter. Battle of Sillery 1760 

29 M Duke of Sussex died 1843 

30 T Steamer Dr-c-in Wave burnt, 28 lives lost .. 1853 



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29 



HOLIDAYS, NOTABLE EVENTS, &o. 



MAT. 



To be prepared for war is one of the most effectual 
means of preserving peace. Washington. 

We hold these views to be self-evident : that all 
men are created equal, that they are endowed by their 
Creator with inalienable rights : that among these are 
life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Jefferson, 

1 W Philip James. Fort Meigs invested .... 1813 

2 T Quebec Act passed in House of Lords .... 1774 
3F Inv. Cross. Smith O Brien arriv. at Toronto 1859 

4 S Chimney fell down in Toronto, 1 man killed 1858 

5 Mi Rogation. Battle of Fort Meigs 1813 

6 M Seige of Quebec raised 1776 

7 T Reciprocal intercolonial trade established 1850 

8 W High Joint Com. sign treaty of Washing tn 1871 
9T Ascension. Columbus sailed fr. Cadiz, 4th v. 1501 

10 F Cartier arrived at Newfoundland 1534 

11 S Str. Topsey burnt in Riv. Chambly, 1 1. lost 1870 

12 S 1st aft. Ascension. Rock, &c., fell atQuebec 1858 

13 M Port Dover burnt by Americans 1814 

14 T Adv. guard Red River expedit left Toronto 1870 

15 W Daniel O Connell, Irish patriot, died 1847 

10 T Siege of Quebec raised 1760 

17 F Great fire at St. Hyacinthe 1854 

18 S Montreal founded 1642 

19 ! WhitS. Pentecost. Dunstan. Bagotdied.. 1843 

20 M ISaster <Emn fjfgnis. Chris. Columbus died 1506 

21 T Confederation of B. N. A. Prov. proclaimed 1867 

22 W Bradford, Ontario, destroyed by fire 1871 

23 T Sir John Franklin sailed 1845 

24 F Great fire in Quebec. 400 houses burnt .. 1870 

25 S Fenian skirmish at Eccles Hill 1870 

26 5* Trinity S. DeCallieres, Gov. Canada, died 1703 

27 M Bede. Battle, of Fort George 1813 

28 T Great fire at Quebec, 1,500 houses burnt . . .1845 

29 W Battle of Sackett s Harbour 1813 

30 T Sir Peregrine Maitland died 1854 

31 F Gavazzi arrived iu Toronto 1853 



JUNE. 



Take away the sword ; States can be saved with 
out it ; bring the pen ! Bulwer Lytton. 

Whatever was required to be done the Circumlocu 
tion Office was beforehand with all the public depart 
ments in the art of perceiving HOW NUT TO DO IT. 

Dickens. 



1 S Nicomcde. Parliament first met at Toronto 

2 lit aft. Trin. Fenian skirmish at Limeridge 

. . M L hamplain arrived at Tadoussac 

4 T |Lord Chancellor Eldon born 

6 W\Bonijace. Battle of Stoney Creek 

6 T iGivazzi riots at Quebec 

7 FiParkes steam boiler, Toronto, exploded .. 

8 S |Easter SEcrnt entis. First meet. Dom. Parl. 

9 S nd aft. Trin. St. John *, Newfoun. burnt 

10 M Great fire in Montreal. Warehouse co. &c. 

11 T Barnabas. Denuuville s exp. agst. Senecas 

12 W Pr. Arthur iuv with G. C. M. & G. Montreal 

13 T Battle of Fort Gaspereau 

14 F Quebec Theatre burnt, 47 lives lost 

15 S Montreal retaken by the British 

16 S 3rd ajt. Trin. Tor. to Guelph s. G.T.R. op. 

17 M Allan. Tr. Washington, rati. ex. in London 

18 T Earl of Dalhousie, Governor 

19 W loOth Regiment embarked for England 

20 T Accession of Queen Victoria 

21 F Quebec Gazette, 1st newsp. pub. iu Canada f. 

22 S Ostell s mill & yard burnt, Pt.St.Charles.M. 

23 Si Uthaft Trin. 11. B.Co.Ter. tr. to Dom. Can. 

24 M Nat. John Baptist. Nevvfoun. disc, by Cabot 

25 T Battle of Louisbourg 

26 W Steamer Montreal burnt, 263 lives lost .... 

27 T Abbe Moutigny, 1st Can. Bishop, ar. Quebec 

28 F Great tornado in Township of Melancthon 

29 S Peter. Sir Peregrine Maitland, Lieut. Gov 

30 S 5th aft. Trin. P. E. Irvine, Pres. of Canada 



1797 
1866 
1608 
1751 
1813 
1853 
1854 
1866 
1S46 
1870 
1687 
1870 
1755 
1847 
1776 
1856 
1871 
1820 
1858 
1837 
1764 
1870 
1870 
1497 
175S 
1857 
1659 
1859 
1820 
1766 



JULY. 



A life spent worthily should be measured by a 
noble line, by deeds, not years. Sheridan. 

When I see a merchant over polite to his customers, 
begging them to taste a little brandy, and throwing 
half his goods on the counter, thinks I, that man has 
an axe to grind. Miner. 

1 Jl Dominion Day. Ridgway inon. Toron. unv. 1870 

2T Visit. B V. Mar ij. Great fire St. John s, N. 1854 

3 W Quebec founded by Champlain 1608 

4T (Jreat fire in Brock ville 1853 

5F Battle of Chippewa 1S14 

6 S S. S. Great Eastern, arrived at Quebec .... 1S61 

7 S (Jthaft. Trin. Colonel Simcoe, Lieut. Gov. 1792 

8 M Great lire in Montreal, 1,200 houses burnt l-x.2 

9 T Importat. of slaves into Canada prohibited 1793 

10 W Columbus born 1447 

11 T Battle of Black Rock 1812 

12 F Sir J. C. Sherbrooke, Governor General .. 1816 

13 S Orange riots in Montreal 1857 

14 S 7th aft. Trin. Union bet.G.L.& An.G.L.F.M. 1858 

15 JI Swithi.n. Jacques & Hay s lac. Toronto, bt. 1856 

16 T First thro tram from Montreal to Portland 1853 

17 W Battle of Mackinac 1812 

18 T Waterspout seen near St. Elizear, L. C. .. 1857 

19 F Village of St. David burnt 1814 | 

20 S Margaret. First stone of Victor, bridge laid 18541 

21 Si 8th, ajt. Trin. DeLaBarre sexp. ag. Senecas 1684 

22 M Mary Magdalene. Battle of Tyconderoga.. 1759 

23 T Canada Union Bill assented to 1840 

24 W Fort Niagara taken by the British 1759 

25 T James. Battle of Lundy s Lane 1814 

26 F Anne. Capture of Louisbourg 1758 

27 S Atlantic Telegraph finished 1866 

28 Jth oft. Trin. Lord Durham, Gov.Gt-n. died 1840 

29 M Quebec captured by Kertk 1018 

30 T First English ne vvspaper published 1588 

31 W Battle ol Beauport Flats 1759 

AUGUST. 



Count that day lost whose low descending sun 
Views from thy hand no worthy action (.one. 

titanijord. 

As much valour is to be found in feasting as in 
lighting, and some of our city captains aiid carpet 
knights will make this good and prove it. Burton. 



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Lammas. Eman. of slaves in British Dom. 1834 

Battle of Lower Saudusky 1813 

Fort Wm. Henry beseiged by ilontealm .. 1757 

IQt/i ajt. Trin. Att. recap. Fort Mackinaw 1814 

Battle of Magagua 1812 

Trunsjig. Prince Alfred, Duke of Ed. born 1844 
Name of Jesus. DuQuesne, Gov. of Canada 1752 

Barque Eleazer collid. 1 11 Pt. Aux Trembles 1870 

Capitulation of Fort William Henry 1757 

Jjuurence. Battle of Montmorenci 1759 

llth aft. Trin. Battle of Lake Cluunplaiu 1S14 \ 

Oswego captured by M out-calm 1756 

Sir Peregrine Maitland, Lieut. Governor . . 1818 

Battle of Fort Erie 1814 

Str. Welland burnt at Fort Dalhousie .... 1856 

Detroit capitulated 1S12 

General Hunter, Lieut. Governor 1799 

l 2th aft. Trin. Schr. Leitie seized-at Gaspi 1870 

River St. Lawrence discovered 1535 

Duke of Richmond, Governor, died 1819 

Prince of Wales lauded at Quebec 1860 

First Pullman palace car on G. T. Railway 1870 

Dest. Adm. Walker s fleet in Riv St. uiwr. 1711 

Bartholomew. Victoria Br. op. by Pr. Wales 1860 

l. ith ajt. Trin. First balloon ascent in U.C. 1859 

Exped. agst. .Maine under Gen. Sherbrooke 1814 

Fort Froiitenac captur. by Gen. Brudstreet 1758 

Auguitin Hip. Wm. Lyon Mackenzie died 1861 

John Baptist beheaded. Fletcher, drama, d. 1625 

Trial of Robert Gourlay for libel 1818 

Act abolishing slavery passed 1^33 



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HOLIDAYS, NOTABLE EVENTS, &c. 



SEPTEMBER. 



The greatest happiness of the greatest number is 
the foundation of morals and legislation. Eenthum. 

The reason why so few marriages are happy is 
because young ladies spend their time in making 
nets, not in making cages. Swift. 



IS lltthaft. Triii. Giles. River Saguenay disc. 

2 M Marquis de Beauliarnoi.s, Gov. of Canada. . 

3 T Great storm on coast of Nova Scotia ...... 

4 W Br. Siuicho stran. on Owl s Head. 10 lives 1. 
5T Lord Metcalfe died ...................... 

<> K Sir A. T. dalt born ...................... 

7 8 Eniircluis. Sir G. Simpson, H. B. Co. died 
8S i. tth aft. Trin. Nat.ofMn.ri/. Montreal cap. 
) 51 Great lire at Halifax, Nova Scotia ........ 

T! Can. Militia Oilicc s receive commissions . 



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1726 
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1870 
184G 
1817 



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W Battle of I lattsburg 
T Sieur de Frontenac, Governor of Canada .. 
F Battle of the Plains. General Wolfe killed 
S Wo/// I ru.-i.i Day. Jac. Cavtier ar. at Quebec 
S n;th aft. Trin. Great boat race at Lachine 
M Atlantic Tel. Cable opd. and mesf ag. exch. 
T Lumliert. First U. C. Parli. met at Niagara 
W Quebi ..... apitulated ...................... 

T Baron Sydenham died .................... 

P Lighth. at Bird Rocks, Gulf St. L. 1st 1. ex. 
8 Mtitihew. Beige of Port Erie raised ...... 

S nth tift. Trin. Battle of Monterey, Mexico 
M Sieur de Courcelles, Governor of Canada .. 
T Guy Carletnn Lieut. Gov. and Com. in Chief 
\V C. olunibns .second voyage ................ 

T Cyprian. Philadelphia captured ......... 

P Cricket match betw. All England & Canada 
8 Lucknow taken. General Neill killed ____ 

8 isthaft. Trin. Michael. Crys. Pal. Tor. op. 
M Jerom. Maj. Gen. Sir I. Brock, Pres. Canada 



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1778 
1814 
1672 
1759 
1535 
1870 
1858 
1792 
1759 
1841 
1870 
1814 
1846 
1665 
1766 
1492 
1777 
1859 
1857 
1858 
1811 



NOVEMBER. 



Uost thou love life, then do not squander time, for 
that is the stuff life is made of. Franklin. 

Now blessings light on him that first invented sleep, 
it covers a man all over, thoughts and all, like a 
cloak ; it is meat for the hungry, drink for the thirsty, 
heat for the cold, and cold for the hot. Cervantes. 



OCTOBER. 



Defer not till to-morrow to be wise ; 
To-morrow s sun to thee may never rise. Congreve. 
They arc never alone that are accompanied with 
noble thoughts. Sidney. 

The \veli of our life is of a mingled yarn, good and 
ill together Shakespeare. 



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i;<Mirjius. P.O. reg. bt. Can. & U. S. estab. 

Prince Arthur iu Toronto 

King s College, London, opened 

.Topmost stone University of Toronto laid 

Bat Lie of the Thames 

19tha/t.Trin. Fnitli. Gt.FireatMiramichi 

( ape Breton ceded to France 

Admiral Phipps defeated at Quebec 

Denys. Sieur D La Barre, Governor .... 
liiien olonial Conference met at Quebec .. 

Guy Carleton, Govern, ir of Canada 

America discovered by Columbus 

SOthaft. T/ in. liatt. of Queenston Heights 

( treat lire at Q-i b C 

iv of Kngland introduced into U. C 

llemarkable darkness .it midday, Quebec.. 

ed. Burgoyne s surrender 

/. / ! Great tire at St. .Joiin s, Newfound. 

Si. Alliau s raid 

Trin. Earthq. shocks thro Canada 
Ughtb. Michael s Point, !,. Huron, 1st light 
.uesty to political ^fenders iiroclaimed 

l.i.rd .\[i nick arrived at Quebec 

lovernor Gen. of Canada., 
ionc N\v. Toronto jail laid 

Battle 01 

: M<in. to Tor. s. on. 
l.i^htii. ( laps Rouge, 1st 1. 

iile of Kurt Erie 

Gov. Macdongall stupt .1 IVmbina 

Sell../., a Point, 91. lost 



1856 
1869 
1831 
1858 
1813 
1825 
1748 
1690 
1082 
1804 
1774 
1492 
1812 
ISlili 
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1777 
1855 
1864 
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1870 



1 F All Saints. Normal School, Toronto, opeu d 1847 

2 S Insurre -tiou in Lower Canada 1838 

3S 23rd aft. Trin. 1st steamb. on St. Lawrence 1809 

4 M Great gale on the lakes. Prop. Brooks lost 1859 

5 T Sir J. Colborne, Lieut. Governor U. C 1828 

6 W Leonard. Riots at Montreal Ii37 

7T Battle of Tippecanoe , 1811 

8 F Schr. Romp seized at Grand Harbor 1870 

9 S Arnold arrived before Quebec 1775 

10 !S SMh aft. Triii. French cath. burnt Montreal 1819 

11 M Martin. Battle of Crysler s farm 1813 

12 T Montreal taken by Prov. in Am. Rebellion 1775 

13 W Britiu*. Battle of Windmill Point 1838 

14 T Sir Charles Lyell, geologist, born 1V J7 

15 F Mac.hutus. Great tire in St. John 1841 

16 S Battle of Lutzen 16.(2 

17 S ZSthaft. Trin. Mont. & Broc. s. G.T.R. op. lS 

18 M iHicfjarlmas gTrrm brg. Boulton s mill bt. 1870 

19 T Napoleon I. crowned 1804 

20 W Lord Elgin died 1863 

21 T Grand Trunk Railway opened to Detroit .. 1859 

22 F ^Cecilia. Prof. Dugald Stewart born 1753 

23 S Clement. Rebel success at St. Denis 1837 

24 S 26th aft. Trin. Battle of Fort Du Quesne.. 1758 

25 M Catharine. Riel takes poss. of Fort Garry.. 1869 

26 T Sir J. B. Macaulay, chief justice C. P. died Is59 

27 W Boxtree s corn mill, Halifax, N.S., burnt.. 1862 

28 T . Count de Frontenac, died 1698 

29 P Str. Monarch wrecked on Toronto peninsu. 1856 

30 S .Andrew. Russian massacre at Sinope.. .. 1853 



DECEMBER. 



A good book is the precious life blood of a master 
spirit embalmed and treasured up on purpose to a 
life beyond life. Milton. 

Learning hath gained most by those books by 
which the printers have lost. Fuller. 



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1st in Adv. Gov. Maedougalleiit. N.W.Ter. 1869 

Village of St. Denis burnt 1837 

Hamilton & Toronto sec. G. W. R. opened 1*55 
HughScobie, founder of Can. Almanac, died 1*53 
Montgomery and Arnold lieseige Quebec .. 1775 

I. Great lire at London, C. VV I 869 

iHirrjadmas Ecrm rntis. Reb. def. Toronto ISS7 
2nd in Adv. Mary Queen, of Scots born . , 

English cathedral, Montreal, burnt 1856 

Niagara destroyed by the Americans 1813 

Schr. Murii Ma/rta stranded at Louisburg 1*70 
Victoria bridge opened for l.rallie 1859 

Lucy. Battle of FrederiekabuTgh 1.S62 

Rebels defeated ot 8t Knstache, L. C 1837 

:i,-d in. Adv. Brig /./;. . w.iterl. at Seal Is. 1S70 

G. T. R. Station, Point Levi, destr. by lire IS.HI 

First Lower Canada Parliament met I7:i2 

Lord Klgin s administration closed 

Fort Niagara captured IN 13 

Great railway celebration in Toronto 1*55 

Thomas. Battle of Ferozepore, India 1845 

i,tli in Ado. Grd. bk. for pail. bdgs. Ottawa l.W.I 

Great earthquake iii Japan 1854 

Treaty of Ghent 1814 

Charaplain died 

Stephen. Upper Canada coiisti. a provinci 
John. M.Bowell, Gr. Mas. Orange 1. born 182 
Innocent*. Lord Macaulay, historian, died 1*59 
1st aft. Str. Caroline burnt at N. I 

Black Rock burnt 113 

Sylvester. .Montgomery repulsed at Quebec 1775 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

No. 1. Statement of Receipts and Payments of Dominion of Canada, from all sources, for year ended June 30th, 1870. 



RECEIPTS. 


AMOUNT. 


TOTAL. 


PAYMENTS. 


AMOUNT. 


TOTAL. 


Customs 


S cts. 
9,334,212 98 
3,619,022 47 

551,581 48 
8,710 51 
13,273 85 
1,006,844 67 
134,047 22 
20,095 06 
49,915 40 
383,955 91 
15,443 17 

41,680 69 

14,533 56 
30,987 38 
23,490 91 
39,855 24 

9,369 67 
It), 022 43 
69,475 10 
16.535 75 
93,550 89 
6,34S 93 
345 72 
1,422 08 
4,346 36 
3,435 70 
1,946 67 
575 85 


$ ets. 

15,512,225 65 
4,385,952 32 

2,976,233 99 
20,665 91 


Interest on Public Debt 
Charges of Management 
Silver Charges Account 
Sinking Fund 


$ cts. 
5,047,054 24 
273,875 40 
58,72-1 05 
126.533 33 
7,400 01 
620,348 73 
304,2 .i!i 61 
49,494 21 
211,981 62 
37 >,753 06 
39,550 00 
6,226 84 
7l,9:U 84 
36,742 01) 
53,586 28 
968,4110 or, 
186,541 37 
90.940 51 
126.239 _ ; 
".4:;, 308 47 
229,682 46 
61,312 57 
74,096 00 
7,396 96 
2,588,604 96 
103,762 90 

505,109 31 
119,461 4S 
808,6 !2 V7 
811,630 57 
4,318 85 
28,485 31 


$ cts. 

14,345,509 68 

7,675,257 30 

860,045 44 
14,265 55 


Excise 


Post Office- 
Ordinary Revenues 


Ocean Postage 


Prem. Discount & Exchange 
Civil Government 


Money Order Office 


Revenue Public Works 


Administration of Justice . . . 
Police 


Bill Stamps . . 


Casual 


Penitentiaries . . . 


Ordnance Lands 


Legislation 


Interest on Investments .... 
Bank Impost .... 


Geolog. Survey and Observat. 
Arts, Agriculture and Statis. 
Emigration and Quarantine. . 
Mariner s Fd. & Marine Hosp. 
1 Pensions 


Fines and Forfeitures, includ 
ing Seizures 


Premium Discount and Ex 
change 


Militia and Enrolled Force .. 
Protection of Frontier . . . 


Mariners Fund .. . 


Harbor Police .... 


Prot. of Frontier, Special Ac. 
Public Works and Buildings. 
Ocean and River Steam Sejv. 
Lighthouse and Coast Service 
Fisheries .... 


Emigration 


Railway and Steamboat In 
spection 


Fisheries 


Cullers 


Culling Timber 


Militia 


Railway and Steamb. Inspec. 
Subsidies to Provinces .. . 


Penitentiaries . .. 


Sundry and Special Receipts 
Lighthouse Duty . 


Miscellaneous 


Charges on Revenue 
Customs 


Lighthouse and Coast Service 
Marine Hospital 


Excise 


Harbor Improvements 


Post Office 


Sable Island Maintenance .. 
Canada Gazette 


Public Works 


Minor Revenues . .. 


LOANS ACCOUNT. 

Stock 


Fines and Forfeit, inc. Seiz. 

OPEN ACCOUNTS. 


821,645 27 
2,649,353 33 
914,953 72 


146,511 67 

802,044 88 
114,854 79 
f,000 00 
10.138 88 
1.460,000 00 
198,767 57 
363,119 78 
>S6 40 
254,477 95 
34, ! 
1,749 21 
15.9D5 97 
l!i,m7 66 
1,366,001 34 
859,761 54 
186,556 85 
265,204 62 
107. 3S8 10 
6,715 68 
558 (i2 
9,575 98 
437 89 
10,742 OS 
3,050 39 


Dominion Notes 


Savings Banks 


Bank ol Montreal, Advan. Ac 
Investm. for Intercolo.Railw. 
Inv. for Post Office Sav. Bank 
Receiv. Gen. 5 p.c. Ins. Stock 
North West Territories.. . 


OPEN ACCOUNTS. 

Investment, Intercolon l Rw. 
Great Western Raihv. Settle 
ment Account 


76,893 34 

692,058 67 
56,615 69 

5,540 00 
9,000 00 
1,409 78 

42,135 97 
1,720,955 11 

89,258 00 
20,615 72 

3,061 93 

208,769 67 

2,215 17 

528 40 

9.3-7 77 
436 68 

21,684 00 
>>() 00 
10,728 09 


Opening of North West Terri. 
North West Kxpediti y Force 
Intercolonial Railway 


Bank of Montreal, Adv. Ac.. 
Consolidated Fund, Invest 
ment Account 


Other Public Works 


Sales, Public Works 


Nova Scotia Railw. Stores Ac. 
E. and N. Anw rican do. 
Province of Canada Debt AC. 
Spec. Ac. Ontario and Quebec 
Prov. of Ontario Debt Ac. 
do. Quebec do. 
do. Nova Scotia do. 
do. New Brunswick do. 
Indians ... 


Province of Canada, Debt Ac. 
Special Account, Ontario and 
Quebec 


Ontario and Quebec, Subsidy 
Account 


Province of Ontario, Debt 
Account 


Province of Quebec, Debt Ac. 
Province of Nova Scotia, Sub- 
sidv Account ... . 


Widows i ensions.&Une.Stip. 
Municipalities Fund, U. C. .. 
Dublin Etna Insurance Co. .. 
Copyright Duty 


Indian Fund 


Widows Pensions and Un- 
commutcd Stipends . ... 


Statinnerv Office . 


Municipalities Fund, Upperl 
Canada 


Unpaid Dividends 


Balances due by sundry Bank 
ing accounts, 1870, 
$7,337,995 06 
do. to do. 219,302 71 


Dublin Etna Insurance Co... 
Copyright Duties 


7,118,692 35 
6,258,646 91 


Intercolonial Kaihv., Special 
Deposit 


Excise Revenue, Special Ac. 
Unpaid Dividends 


Less Balances due by sundry 

Bk. ac. 1869, $6,387,814 i/l 
do. to do. 129,107 10 


Charged to New Brunswick 
Suspense Account . .. 


4,556 17 
10,109 74 


Charged to Nova .Scotia, Rail 
way Suspense Account 

Total 


Differences in N. S. currency 
Orron. credited Cullers, 1809 
Written oil iu N.S. Railw.Bk. 


73 34 

13,5^7 <S9 






22,895,077 87 


22,895,077 87 





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32 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 



[1872. 



No. 2. BALANCE SPIEET OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA FOR THE YEAR ENDED THE 30m JUNE, 1870. | 


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Debentures Imp. Guaranteed Loan, bearing 
4 per cent, interest $8, 760,000 00 
Less unsold in hands of Financial Agents .. 1,460,00000 


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Debentures Province of Canada " 
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Prov. of Nova Scotia " " 
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PAYABLE IN CANADA. 

Debentures, Prov. Canada ("old), bearing 5 per cent. int.. 

(new) 
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Debentures, Prov. Canada, bearing 6 per cent, interest, 
for Special Funds, viz. : 
Law Society $16,000 00 
Montreal Court House 95,600 00 
Aylmer " 2,000 00 
Upper Canada Building Fund .... 31,200 00 




Debentures, Dominion of Canada, bearing 6 per cent, i 
convertible into Canadian Stock 
Sterling, Pr. Nova Scotia, payable at Halif 
bearing 6 per cent, interest 
Sterling, Prov. of New Brunswick, bean 
6 per cent, interest 


Dominion Stock, Issue A, bearing per cent, inteiest 

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Dominion Notes of Canada 
Provincial Notes of Province of Nova Scotia 


TOTAL. 


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INVESTMENTS. 

Sinking Fund, Consolidated Canadian Loan 
Imp. Guaranteed Loan, Interco. Rw 
Investments, New Brunswick Savings Banks 
For Consolidated Fund 
Intercolonial Railway Loan 
Sterling Debentures 
Post Office Savings Banks 
Receiver General, 5per ccnt. Inscribed 
Intercolonial Railway Construction A< 
Great Western RailwayjSettlement A< 




: : : = 




Railway Stores Account, New Brunswick 
Rideau Hall 


North West Territor) 
North West Territory (purchase) 
Expeditionary Force 

MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNTS. 

Proviace of Canada Debt Account 


PUBLIC WORKS. 

DeBJavdm s Canal 
Grand River Navigation Company 
Grantham Academy 
Oak ville Harbor Company 
Tay Navigation Company 
St. Lawrence Canals 
Welland Cannl 
. Chambly Canal arid River Richelieu .. . 


^ i^aKe st. reter 
O5 Burlington Bay Canal 
Ottawa Works 
Harbors and Light Houses 
Improvement of the Trent 
Roads and Bridges, Upper Canada .... 
Rnads and Bridges, Lower Canada 
Provincial Penitentiary 
Government Buildings, Ottawa 
Custom Houses, Upper and Lower Cana 
Post Offlces " " 


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1872,] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 



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Province of Nova Scotia . . 
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Exchequer Bonds, bearing 5 per cent. 
Less in hands of Receiver General 


Compensation to Seigniors 
Seigniorial Indemnity to Townships . . 

II 


Total Public 

MISCELLANEOUS ACOOU 

Ontario and Quebec Subsidy Account 
Special Accoullts, Ontario and Quebec 
Copyright Duty 
Province Nova Scotia Debt Account . 
Intercolonial Railway Commissioners 
Unpaid Dividends 
Bank of Montreal Advance Account . 
Excise Revenue Special Account 
Province Nova Scotia Subsidy Accoun 


TEUST FUNDS. 

Widows Pensions and Uncommitted S 
a " 

Common School Fund 
Upper Canada Grammar School Fund 
" Building Fund 
Municipalities Fund, Upper Canada . 
Lower Cana da Superior Education Fu 
Indian Fund 
" Adjustment Accounts ... 


BANKING ACCOUNTS 

Unpaid Warrants former years 
Law Stamps, Upper Canada, undistrit 
Education, Ontario 
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co 


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" New Bruns-vrick Debt Account 
" ] Nova Scotia Suspena 
" " Railway 
Grand Trunk Railway Company Debenture Accour 
" Interest 
" Special 
Northern Railway Company Debenture Account . 
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Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co., Dividend Account 
Baring Bros. & Co. 
Receiver General s Issue Account, Canada . . 
" New Brui 
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Specie Reserve Account, viz. : 

Panada.- . 


New Brunswick 
Nova Scotia 
Bank of Montreal Provincial Note Suspense . 
Savings Bank, Nova Scotia, Cash Account , . 
Suspense Account 

Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co., Suspense Account 
< New 

Baring Bros. & Co., Suspense Account 
Silver Specie Deposit Account 
Silver Coinage Cash Account 

"Ranlr r\f TT.nalflTld 


Baring Bros. Suspense Account (new) 
Militia and Defence Suspense Account 
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co., and Baring Bros , 
Nova Scotia Railway Open Account 
European and^orth American Railway Opei 
Servir.es. 1 870 71 . 


Montreal Harbor Company 
Municipalities Fund, Upper Canada 
Dublin Etna Insurance Company . 

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[177] 



DEBENTURE DEBT. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, QUEBEC. 



[1872. 



No. 3. Statement of Outstanding Debentures, forming Funded Debt, Dominion of Canada, payabh therein, June. 30, 1870. 



Yea IB of 
Maturity. 


Province of 
Canada. 


New 
Brunswick. 


l! 


Dominion. 


11 

CH 


Years of 
Maturity. 


Province of 
Canada, j 

1 


New 
Brunswick. 


g-J 


1! 
Dominion 


Il 
OH 


Pft-t due 
1870 


$ 667 
42 400 








$ 667 
42.400 
248.551 
606,748 
36,722 
122,200 
550,136 
183.816 
26,413 


Forw d.. 
1878 
1883 


$1,262,587 
10.120 
133 025 


$68,400 $486,666 


$4.093,001 


$1.817.653 
4103.121 
133,025 
14,700 

995,233 
3,000.000 
576,000 
40.000 
88,500 




.... . 




1871 


248.551 








1872 


606,748 
36,722 
122,200 








1884 

18S5 


14,700 







1873 










995,233 


576,000 


1874 








18X6 
1 1893 


3,000,000 


1875 
1876 
1877 


63.470 
115.416 
26,413 


$68,400 


$486,666 






1895 




40 000 






1896 




ss fiim 





Forw d . 










Tota, 




1,262,587 


68,400 


436,666 




1,817,653 


4,420,432 196,900 1,481,899. 4,669,001 10.768,2 J2 





No. 4. Statement of outstanding Debenture?, Funded DM. forming Dom. of Canada, payable in London, June 30, 1870. 



When 
Redeemable. 


Total Sterling. 


Canada Currency 


When 
Redeemable. 


Total Sterling. 


Canada Currency. 


1872 


B. d. 

55 800 


$ Ctl 

271 560 02 




s. d. 
5 957 500 


$ cts. 
7 178 660 09 


J874 


354 500 


1 725 233 34 


1884... 


311 200 


1514 506 67 


1875 


691 500 


3 365 3(10 00 


18S5 


6 720 636 2 8 


3 707 095 85 


1876 


277 000 


1 348 068 67 


1886 . 


Mil 8f>0 


471 093 33 


1877 


1 1 1 600 


543 120 00 


1887 


118 000 


574 268 67 


1878 


257,300 


1,252,193 34 


18S8 


350 000 


1 703 333 33 


1879 


1 564 400 


7 613413 34 


1889 


197 100 


959 2 00 


18KO 


1,255 ,800 


6,111 560 01 


1890 


1 4") 000 


705 R60 67 


1881 


275 000 


1 383 333 35 


IstOct 1903 


1 500 000 


7 300 000 00 


1382 


551 700 


2 684 940 02 


1st Oct 1903 


500 000 


2 433 333 33 


18S3 


251 700 


1 224 940 00 




















Forward... 


5,957,500 


$27.178.060 09 


1 Tot 1 


15.585.036 2 8 


$75,847,175 94 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, QUEBEC. 

No. 1. The Hon. J. G. Robertson, Treasurer, in account with the Province of Quebec, for fiscal year ended June 30, 1870. 



1869. 
June 30. 


DR. 
Balance 


$ c. 
563,200 11 


1S70. CK. 
June 30. Total payments $1 592,832 90 


$ c. 


1870. 

Jane 30 




1 663 236 36 


Less Warrants unpaid 33,639 92 


1 559 192 98 










667 243 -19 














Total 


2.226,436 47 


Total 


2,226 436 47 



No. 2. Statement of Receipts and Payments of Prov. of Quebec, from all sources, during fiscal year ended June 30. 1870. 



RECEIPTS. 

Dominion of Canada, on account 

Crown Lands Department 

Law Stamps 

Registration ftamps 

Inland Revenue Collectors, Licenses, Ac 

Law Fees, exclusive of Stamps 

Educational Receipts 

Public Works 

Casual Revenue 

Reformatory St. Vincent de Paul 

St. John s Lunatic Asylum 

Building and Jury Fund, exclus. of Stamps. 

Montreal Court House, exclusive of Stamps. 

Municipal Loan Fund 

Quebec Fire Loan 

Official Gazette 

Piintini; of the Laws 

Legislation : Fees on Private Bills, Legie. As. 

Interest 

Refunds: Crown Lands Department 

Reformatory St. Vincent de Paul, unexpd. 
Removal ; refunded by Richelieu Company 
Public Works Dep. refunded by J. Proulx 

Legislative Assembly; unexpended 

O. F. Campeau, unexpended 

Administration of Justice 



Total 1663,23636 



$ c- 

859,626 40 

501.478 25 

102,608 48 

9,092 95 

98,05.:i 53 

4.037 30 

6,366 82 

160 00 

1,223 38 

1,788 01 

305 00 

16,483 49 

961 54 

5,917 35 

1,028 11 

16,299 18 

166 33 

431 72 

24,224 45 

3,354 13 

374 20 

17 00 

827 23 

1,075 86 

497 98 

6,841 67 



PAYMENTS. 



Legislation 

Civil Government 

Administration of Justice 

Police 

Ref Prison St.Viucent de Paul, maintenance 

Prison Inspection 

Kducation 

Literary and Scientific Institutions 

Arts and Manufactures 

Agrirultme 

1 inniigration 

Colonization 

Put/lie Works and Buildings 

Charities 

Registration Service, through Crown Lauds. 
Surveys, " " 

General Crown 1 ands Expenditure 

Quebec Official Gazette 

Municipalities Fund 

Arbitration under Constitutional Act 

Miscellaneous 

Licenses 

Stamps 

Collection Licenses 

Tavern Licenses paid to Municipalities 

Disbursements by Sheriffs 

Warrants outstanding 



Total 1,592,8:1290 



146.337 79 

128,658 IS 

269,505 75 

15,309 22 

28957 78 

3.7IJ3 42 

273072 86 

4, *0 00 

2.000 00 

49,863 00 

6.968 12 

223.844 31 

Ii.i8.800 2t 

1W.:;12 16 

12,483 51 

29.843 38 

59,429 00 

7,649 60 

5DO 00 

2,625 10 

18,832 82 

741 99 

889 f2 

10.465 08 

5.809 56 

8.492 56 

8,6S7 85 



[178] 



1872.] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, ONTARIO. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, ONTAIIIO. 

J, o. \.-The Him,. E. B.Wood, Treasurer, in account with the Province of Onlari ,. fr the. year ending December 31. 1 



1888. 

Due. 31. 

1809. 
Boc. 31. 




DR. 


i c. 

344,049 37 
2,625,179 29 


is jy. 

Deo. 31. Total pavrni .tits . 




$ c. 
1,4-44 COS S3 

1.3iV2,6r.574 
131.954 09 


Total rec 




Investments in 
and Special D 


Dominion Stock 
r-posits 


Total 


Tot.nl . 




2.9 >y,22-s tin 


2.969.2 



Mo. 2. Statement of the Entire Receipts and Payments of Hie Province >f Ontarin. fr year ending December 31. 1S70. 



R CE1PIS. 



Dominion nf Canada ................................. 

M lnii-ipnli ies fund ................................. 

i-oiniuiin School Ltn.ls .............................. 

r.riinmur School Lands Sales ..................... 

Giowa Lands Sales .................. $216234 20 

Less Suspnse Account ....... 5,070 31 



Woods and Forest:; 
Municipal Loan KtitiJ 
Interest on Investments 



Casual Revenue 
AlgonM Taxes 
Lnvr Stamps 
Education Department 
Reformatory. Penetanguishone 
Lunatic Asy ! urn, Toronto 
I.nnVio Asslum, Maiden 
lunatic Asylum, Orlllia 




JSduiMt. Depart, r fund of unexp. balancs 
J. Ard.igh, refund cif unexpended balance 
A. Russell, amount overcredited ............ 

A. Russell, cancelled chsques ............... 



Total 2,625.179 20 



1,322,731 79 

98 015 30 

128,269 92 

6,402 39 



211.103 95 

435.630 7S 

191.463 2S 

80.231) 40 

58,924 74 

11,683 78 

2.664 11 

42.989 55 

24,976 07 

7,043 ii7 



1,074 00 
397 

4000 
68 5S 



: Lieutsnot Governor s Office 

Ex.-cutive Council Offk-s 

Attoiney Gaueral s Olii.v 

Treasury Department 

Secretary s Office 

Public Works Department. 

Cr.Hvn Lands DepiirtniHiit 

Crown anils and W.iods an i Forests 
Colonization . 



Administration of .lust en 

Departmental and Parliamentary Buildings. 

Lieutenant Governor s lie.sidtnce 

goode Hall Repairs 

Lunatic Asylums 

Reformatory. 1 enetaaguishfne 

Immigration 

Agriculture and Mechanics Institutes I 

Miscellaneous 

Hospitals and Charities 

Literary and Scientific Institutions 

Education 

Uaforeseen and Unpro\ided 

Stationery Office, supplies for General Service 

Public Works and Buildings 

i uad 



Total 1.444.W8 86 



$ c. 
],4tl 03 
3, 40:) 32 
6.t)l-:i 2."i 
9.K 

9.459 21 
O.i/Jl o-S 
41,010 19 
61 l 8o 97 
35,589 94 
81,8} 

172.44t) 55 
8.780 5? 
24 

257 20 
12::. 
23,1 
1 7,59 
67,55141 
21,22227 
4M.OOO 00 

. J.liDO 0!) 

275,717 84 
<).>:: 51 
3.7:!5 03 

252.5.35 65 
>9673 



No. 1. The Hon. E. B. Wood, Treasurer, in account with the Prr/vince of Oiitarit.for thf, year ending December 31, 1S70. 



1869. 
Itec. 31. 
1870. 
TIM. 31. 


Balance . 


DR. 


$ c. 
131,954 09 

2.495,820 27 


1870. 
Dec. 31. 


Ca. 
Total payments 


$ c- 

1.575 787 78 
852.980 25 
199,000 CO 


Total Rec 




Special Deposits 




Total 


Total 


2.62, .774 36 


2. 62, . 774 33 



No. 2. Statement of the Entire Receipts and Payments of the Province of Ontario, f< r year ending Dectmbf.r 31, 1870. 



Dominion o Canada : 

Subi-idy and General Account 

Mania.ie Licenses to 30th June, 1870 

Law Stamps and Fees 

Reformatory Prison, Pent n^uishene 

Provincial Lunatic Asylum, Toronto 

Lunatic A^JluIn, Maiden 

Orillia 

" Rockwood 

Deaf and Dumb Institution, Belleville 

.Education 

Consolidated Municipal Loan 1 und 

lalerest on Investments 

Casual RsveiiUrt : 

Vines, Fees and Forfeitures 

Prov. Lunatic Asylum Sale of old iron, &c. 
Tavern, Shop and ifawnbi okei s Licenses .... 

Algoma Taxes 

Law Stamps 

Ontario Gazette 

Ontario Statutes 

Territorial Revenue: 

Special Funds Clergy Lands 

Common School Lands . ... 
" Grammar " .... 

Crown Lands Revenue 

Woods and, Forests 



Total 2.195,820 27 



$ c. 

1,213,426 46 

34.555 00 

3.093 05 

1.786 40 

14,413 12 

957 10 

1,761 43 

85 85 

464 (JO 

26,649 17 

153.308 50 

144,303 55 

3.893 87 

2.121 27 
60.052 26 

2,547 56 
78,477 94 
14,766 69 

2,134 95 

88,634 25 

94,903 82 

5.950 47 

121,036 49 

425,901 07 



PAYMENTS. 

Government House 

Lieutenant Gucernoi H OiTieo 

Attorney General s Office 

Executive Council office 

Treasury Department 

Secretary s Department 

Public Works Depar uient 

Crown Lan is Department 

Pailiiment Buildings, Ka:sl Wing ... 

Misci.lian >us 

Official Gazette 

Legislation 

Administration of Justice 

Public Works and Buildings 

Asylum Maintenance 

Reformatory 

Agriculture and Arts 

Immigration 

Hospitals and Charities 

Literary and Scientific Institutions 

Education 

Un. oreseen aud Unprovided 

Municipalities Fund 

Charges on Revenue 

Arbitration 

Colonization Roads 

Stationery Account 



$ c. 

3.234 ,3 

1.565 81 

7,427 31 

1.691 41 

9.834 G 

10.054 87 

11,930 23 

36.292 47 

2.135 23 

9,887 41 

4,345 85 

37,4x7 87 

179.163 60 

409 855 5iJ 

1^5.452 44 

22 473 36 

61 ..7 22 20 

32.087 66 

42.510 00 

1,350 00 

315.8S7 92 

8,104 89 

73332 00 

85.093 58 

16,120 27 

50.000 08 

1,686 56 



Total i 1,575,787 78 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, PROVINCES. 



[1872. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

No. 1 The Hon.W. Annand, Treasurer, in account with the Province of Nova Scotia, for the year ending Dec. 31, 1870. 



1870. 

Tn 1 


1)R. 


$ c. 

677 20 


1870. 
Dec. 31. 


CR. 
Total Payments 


> 0. 

609 526 74 


T\AP ^1 




673,819 68 




Balance 


64 970 14 
















Total 


674,496 88 




Total 


674,496 88 



No. 2. Statement of the Entire Receipts and Payments of the Province of Nova Scotia, for the year ending Dec. 31,1870. 



RECEIPTS. 

Dominion of Canada : 

Subsidy 

Crown Land Department, for land sold , 

Hospital for Insane 

Mines 

Miscellaneous 

Railway Damages (Pictou Railway) 

Agriculture 

Royalty on Coal , 

Marriage Licenses 

Fees, &c., Provincial Secretary s Office ... 

Private Bills 

Trespasses 

Interest, , 

Commissioners of Poor 



Total 673,819 68 



$ c. 

419,239 15 

131,328 03 

25,478 29 

25,648 15 

66 92 

3,300 00 

2,000 00 

45,947 13 

3,664 12 

553 40 

580 00 

70 56 

2,586 27 

13,377 66 



PAYMENTS. 

Advances and Contingencies 

Coroners Inquests 

Criminal Prosecutions 

Crown Land Department 

Education 

Hare s Lot 

Legislative Expenses 

Local Works 

Mines 

Miscellaneous Expenses 

Poor s Asylum and Blind Asylum- 
Provincial and City Hospital 

Public Printing 

Salaries to Officers of Government... 
Steamboats, Packets and Ferries . ... 

Transient Peor 

Railway Damages (Pictou Railway) 

Marriage Licenses 

Navigation Securities 

Agriculture and Immigration 

Commissioners of Poor 

Road Service 



Total . ... 609,526 74 



$ c. 
1,135 00 
1,740 00 

1,986 20 

18,000 00 

165.000 00 

240 00 

33.025 05 

56,500 00 

13,080 00 

12,440 19 

14,948 74 

4,000 00 

5,692 93 

21.650 00 

10,770 00 

1,311 48 

590 28 

144 22 

10,961 72 

8.800 00 

13,377 G6 

214,213 27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

No. 1. The Son. J. A. Becjcwith in account with the Province of New Brunswick for fiscal year ending Oct. 31, 1870. 



1869. 
Oet 31 


Da. 


$ c. 
113,040 49 


1S70. 
Oct. 31. 


CR. 


$ c. 
407,691 13 


1870 








Balance 


83,064 86 


fW si 




437,715 50 






















Total .. 


650,755 99 




Total .. 


650.755 90 



No. 2. Statement of Entire Receipts and Payments of Province of New Brunswick, for fiscal year ending Oct. 31, 1870. 



BE. EIPTS. 

Domini >n of Canada : 

Yearly Subsidy 

Export Duty 

Casual and Territorial Revenue : 

Land and Timber 

Contingencies 

Mines and Minerals 

Royalty on Coal and Iron 

Fees, Supreme Court 

Fees, Provincial Secretary s Office 

Refunds: 
On account of advance for conveyance of 

Mails 

Subsidy advanced Fredericton Branch Rw. 
On account of amount advanced to Board 

of Agriculture for purchase of Stock 

Balance of amount granted, 1866, 1867 and 

1868, for Rankin Bridge, Queen s County, 

returned by W. Perry, Commissioner ... 

Balance unexpended on Restigouche Bye 

Roads, 1869 

OB account of Bear Bounties due from G. J. 

Dibblee 

Interest on Commercial Bank libiliaty 

Bronze Coin put in circulation 

Auction Duty 

Lunatic Asylum, from Commissioners under 
Act Assembly 33rd Vic. cap. 26 



Total 437,715 50 



$ c. 

314,637 60 
63,135 65 

34,042 21 

478 37 

144 00 

1,318 65 

2,100 00 

6,465 15 



500"00 
4,500 00 

3,000 00 



184 44 
50 

45 00 
4,318 84 
3.420 00 

45 09 

380 00 



PAYMENTS. 



Audit Office 

Agriculture 

Attorney General 

Bear Bounties _ 

Board of Works 

Bye Roads 

Board of Health 

Crown Lands 

Clerk of Pleas 

Education 

Executive Government 

Emigration 

Elections 

Fishery Societies 

Lieutenant Governor s Private Secretary 

Public Hospital, St. John 

Judicial 

Jury Fees 

Legislature 

Lunatic Asylum 

Marriage Certificates 

Miscellaneous 

Pensions 

Queen s Printer 

Railway Subsidies 

Provincial Secretary and Receiver General... 

Settlement Crown Lands 

Steam Navigation and Government Engineer 

Tracadie Lazaretto 

Unforeseen 

Public Wharves 



Total 467.691 13 



1,527 75 

21,444 00 

2,565 98 

360 00 

103.056 86 

69,409 90 

2 325 44 

8,248 52 

1,649 68 

136,711 05 

3,801 14 

719 84 
4.480 45 

160 00 

1,847 44 

1,200 00 

2.643 53 

6,393 30 

3.3,712 05 

25,400 00 

740 50 
5,133 38 

180 00 
6,189 71 
4.500 00 
6.702 33 
2,519 00 
7,051 60 
3,200 00 
2,157 62 
1,600 00 



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COMMERCE. 



37 



COMMERCE, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

No. 1. Statistical View of the Commerce of the Dominion of Canada, during Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1S70. 



COUNTRIES, ETC. 


COMMERCE. 


SHIPPING. 


Value of 
Exports. 


Value of 
Goods En 
tered for 
Consump. 


Duty. 


Tonnage of British 
Vessels. 


Tonnage of Foreign 
Vessels. 


TOTAL. 


Entered 
Inwards. 


Cleared 
Outwards. 


Entered 
Inwards. 


Cleared 

Outwards. 


Great Britain 


8 - 

24,950,925 


1 

38,595,433 


$ 
5,037,439 


^ 

- 4,076,717 

; 


3,896,443 


1,719,408 


1,723,302 


/ " " - ^^s 

Entered Inwards, 5,790,125. 
Cleared Outwards, 5,619,745. 


United States 


32,984,652 
278,420 
15,535 
1,421,423 
1,512,780 
1,280,268 


24,728,166 
1,394,346 
469,275 
1,268,948 
892,134 
2,423,421 
432,919 
314,925 
718,036 


1,738,162 
392,871 
121,863 
84,421 
387,136 
1,041,284 
156,618 
64,462 
302,724 


France 


Germany 


Brit. North Amer. Prov. 
British West Indies .... 
Spanish West Indies 
China . . 


Spain 


85,082 
1,554,385 

6,527,622 
2,962.398 


Other Foreign Countries 
Goods not the Produce of 
Canada 


Esti. amt. short returned 
at Inland Ports 
Add Differ, currency at 
Halifax and other Ports 




17,194 

657 
118,111 


Add Coll d at Port Mul- 
grave, N.S., no returns 
Add Addi. duty of 5 p.c. 










Total 




73,573,490 71,237,603 


9,462,940 



No. 2. Comparative Statement shewing the Total Value of Exports, the Total Value of Goods Imported and Entered 
for Consumption, and the Amount of Duties Collected in the Dominion of Canada, during tltt Fiscal Years ending 
respectively on the 30th June, 1869 and 1870. 





j? iseai 


i ear enuin 


.; win dune 


, isoy. 


r isca 


L i ear eiiuiu 


Ig dUUl d UU 


B, 1OIU. 


PROVINCES. 


Total 

Exports. 


Total 
Imports. 


Ent rd for 
Consump. 


Duty. 


Total 

Exports. 


Total 
Imports. 


Ent rd for 

Consump. 


Duty. 


Ontario 


S 

20 953 483 


$ 

24 245 326 


1 

23 724 7f>4 


8 cts. 
2 0% 982 13 


$ 
94 g59 309 


* 

26 135 176 


$ 

24 530 457 


8 cts. 
2 421 710 80 


Quebec 


28 223 268 


30 *HO 341 


29 545 177 


4 2I J 2 236 79 


37 807 468 


3 883 916 


32 166 288 


4 86o s59 31 


Nova Scotia .... 
New Brunswick 


5,743,511 
5,554,519 


8,607,244 
6,622,254 


7,749,333 
6,382,896 


1,076,173 47 
899,517 32 


5,803,417 
5,303,206 


8,940,800 
6,854,447 


8,008,031 
6,532,827 


1,162,592 51 
1,017,777 82 


Grand Total 


60,474,781 


70,415,165 


67,402,170 


8,298,909 71 


73,573,490 


74,814,339 


71,237,603 


9,462,940 44 



No. 3. Total Imports into Dominion of Canada, from 
Foreign West Indies, during Fiscal year ending 30th 
June, 1870. 



PROVINCES. 


DIRECT. 


THROUGH 

UNITED STATES. 


Ontario 


$ 53 719 


p <>45 570 


Quebec 


537 679 


1 160 725 


Nova Scotia 


731 259 


92 


New Brunswick 


237 174 


451 








Total . 


1.559.831 


1.406.63S 



No. 4. Statement of Goods in Warehouse under Bond in 
the Dominion of Canada, 30th June., 1870, shewing the 
amount of Duty chargeable thereon at that date. 



PROVINCES. 


VALUE. 


DUTY CHARG BLE 

THEREON. 


Ontario 
Quebec 


$1,108,076 
2,793 633 


$ 352,367 
1,077,001 


Nova Scotia 


1,040 091 


521,549 


New Brunswick 


713 933 


405 296 








Total . 


5.055.736 


2.356.214 



No. 5. Statement of the Value of Foreign Goods imported into the Dominion of Canada via United States, also Goods 
the produce or manufacture of the United States, during the Fiscal year ending 30th June, 1870. 



DESCRIPTION. 


ONTARIO. 


QUEBEC. 


* NOVA 
SCOTIA. 


* NEW 
BRUNSWICK. 


TOTAL. 


Foreign Goods via United States in Bond 


4 607 324 


6 986 081 






$11 593 405 


purchased in U. States markets . . 


965,268 


1,924,05-2 






2 889 320 


Goods produce of United States 


14 042 788 


4 934 534 






18 977 32 














Total 


19 615 370 


13 844 667 






33 460 047 















* No Official Returns from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. 



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EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. 



[1872. 



EXPORTS, DOMINION" OF CANADA. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Exports, the growth, produce and manufacture of Vie, Dominion of Canada, cayyrted 

during the fiscal year ending HOth June, 1870. 



DESCRIPTION. 


ONTARIO. 


QUEBEC. 


NOVA SCOTIA. 


N. BRUNSWICK 


TOTAL. 


Produce of the Mine 


1,230.874 
84,976 
5.115,157 
5,6 2,055 
C.614273 
229,420 
287,951 


859,666 

573.720 
11.814. 7S4 
6.093.752 
6,829,621 
951,677 
07.4S6 
7 9 5 OSO 


723.120 
2,541.607 
1.058 314 
310,235 
185.564 
236,192 
6,947 


173,388 
408,186 
2.952.179 
55.519 
47,161 
717.470 
9,268 


2,487.038 
3.608 549 
20.940,434 
12, 38, 101 
12,67(5.619 
2.133,659 
371,652 
725 OSO 
8.002.278 
6,527,622 
2 902.398 


" Fisheries 


" Forest 


Animals and tbeir produce 


Agricultural Products 


Manufactures 


Misct-llan-ous Articles 


Ships built at Quebec: No. 27. tons 18 V7 


Coin and Bullion 


2 ( "" " 


F, 253 " ( >;4 


53,700 
688,618 


40.0: iO 
900,035 


Goods not produce 


626, 

",24:: 2 3 


44!::,::. .", 
719.125 


Estimated amounts short returutd 


Totals .. 










^::T s: 7 si\ , 


F. ,<(W 11 7 


r, sns 90fi 


7.1.173 4 1. 



IMPORTS, ONTARIO. 

Summary Statement r.ftht Value nf Impels. Duty cnlltctfd, <v., during Ike fiscal year ending ZOlh June, 1870. 



IMPOSTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


FROM WHAT COUNTRY IMPORTED. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


liRiTI.-II COLOVIES. 


U. STATES. 


FOREIGN 
COUNTRIE-. 


N. AMERICA. 


W. IND. 


I uti. ilile (! ;ou c "g 


13.2(30.4*5 

11,2G7.5:;4 
2,438 


8,694,745 
1,143,140 


259 

875 


45,014 


8,912.368 

10.118,972 
2.43S 


608.099 

4,547 


2,389.212 45 


Free I foods 


For. Reprints ol JBrit. Copyright IVorks 
Total $ 














24.53 U57 


! 837.885 


1,134 


45,014 


14,033,778 


612,646 


2,3V.V:L2 45 



IMPORTS, QUEBEC. 

Summary Statement of the. Value of Impirts, Duty collected, <c., during the fiscal year ending 30tt June, lf 70. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALU^. 


FROM WHAT COUNTRY IMPORTED. 


Aynuvi o? 
D0TT, 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


BRITISH COLONIES, 


U. STATES. 


FOREIGN 
COUNTRIES. 


N.AMERICA. 


W.1M). 


Dutiable Goods & 


22.110,331 

10,054.446 
3,035 


14,563.737 

5,818,533 


192,222 
852,674 


-72,982 
S3 


3.044,535 
3,5C 
8,035 


4,03fi,915 




)f .(I-. 




for. lU-prJuts oH;rit. Copyright Works 
Total $ 












32.167,872 


20 SS2,270 5 -4.. -OS 


273,025 


6,614,367 


4,o7 


4.855.445 38 



IMPORTS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

Summary Statement of the Value nf Imports, Duty c llle.cleil, tt-c., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1870. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


FROM WHAT COUNTRY IMPORTED. 


,T OF 
DUTY. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


BRITISH COLON 1 IKS. 


U. STATES 


FOREIGN 
couNTr.n:s. 


N. AMERICA. 


W. IND. 


$ 


5,099,22<i 
2,908,714 
9L 


8,661.080 
836,645 


10,211 

480,423 


275.835 
41,290 


763,846 

1,4::. 
91 


48* 20 1 
66,117 


1,144,74:) C4 




For Reprints o! Briv. Copyri;. bt Works 
Aix) Collected at Port MulgrftTe. 












667 -: j 
17.194 38 


Ai D Iiiflr<-iice curreucy received at 














Total $ 














8.008.031 


4 39 -.7 25 


490.634 


317,131 


2258.170 


544371 


1,102,592 51 



IMPORTS, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

8umm<ir<i X n emcnt of the Value of Imports, Du . i nnllfcted, tfx.. during Hie fiscal year ending SOd/i June. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 

VALUE. 


H!OM \\IIA1 COUNTRY IMPORTED. 


! I:NT OF 
DUTY. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


BRITISH COLONIES. 


U. STATES. 


FORl .IHX 
COUNT 


W.AMBMOA. 


W. IND. 


Le iooda $ 


4.0.-,7.320 
I,b75,:i .)2 
115 


3,2.l3.38f5 
774,1(37 


2,194 
250.090 


254,332 
2,642 


978, 90 
845,224 
115 


219.312 
8,269 


1.017.777 82 


. . .. 
For. Reprints of Brit. Copyright Works 

Total ... f 














6,532.827 


3,977.553 252 2>4 


i.6.974 1 1.823,435 


222.581 


1.017.777 S2 



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EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, PROVINCES. 



39 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, ONTARIO. 

Statement of the Value of Exports, the Value nf Goods Imported, and the Amount of Duty collected, at each P^rt in 
the Province nf Ontario, during the Fiscal Year ending 3dth June, 1870. 



PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 




$126542 
5S7 834 
133.560 
54.124 
701.918 
93490 
647.561 
19.1 OS 
3.958 516 
572.892 
21.359 
64.005 
79913 
164.540 
211.852 
46993 
162.796 
6.273 
2,355.350 
6t.279 
16933 
412 563 
862.936 
1.171.020 
1,527.519 
53,963 
1.149,137 
182.333 
499.949 
64.053 


$36 863 
155.232 
272.297 
8,8*5 
322.576 
8.928 
80.518 
61.242 
2,985.903 
82.458 
15.393 
46.047 
56.340 
106.159 
18,773 
190,465 
12,800 
3.227 
55,260 
28,403 
119,943 
222.9 ,0 
3,662.550 
183.227 
5,441,554 
3,357 
1,104.224 
47.727 
54.252 
33,615 


$1.793 79 
30.091 42 
46.202 4n 
675 60 
17.356 33 
1.951 71 
6.893 16 
1,846 90 
94.535 86 
7.855 22 
1.713 90 
1.758 24 
817 01 
22.348 62 
3.439 46 
5.576 47 
1,094 53 
17 35 
5,775 2 i 
1.505 89 
4,204 S2 
37,076 86 
463 112 21 
16,925 13 
102,684 98 
103 59 
200.857 72 
613 14 
8,038 82 
5,168 82 


Niagara 


$ S39 
97.549 
132864 
32fi 331 
358 
154.813 
74.7-.i7 
289,158 
746.215 


$29,908 
8.975 
69.317 
962,377 
7.729 
51.586 
736 
18.943 
394,076 


$7,441 70 
850 05 

0, 70 73 
98.311 01 
7 IS 40 
5,000 50 
51 51 
1.320 K 
9,672 43 




Oakville 




Oshawa 




Ottawa 




Owen Sound 




Paris 




Penetanguishene 

PU tOO 




Clifton 


Prescott 




Queenston 




Rowan 


12S.057 
41.789 
495.379 
3.470 
18.293 
127.660 
166.421 
2,039.215 
486,213 
227,478 
396,498 
343.3^1 
101,114 


3,871 
819.827 
189,775 
346 
64,705 
28,704 
106,930 
7,268.015 
15,299 
6.709 
S7.219 
4SS.548 
87,905 


17.449 67 
34,402 55 
13,253 80 




St. Catharines 




Sarnis 




Saiiireen 




ault Ste. Marie 


8,342 55 
708 25 
9,789 16 
1.CC7.26S 71 
1.119 53 
720 66 
15,058 48 
20,4fio Gl 
10,893 15 




Stanley 




Stratford 












Wallaceburgh 




Whitby 




Windsor 








Estimated A int. short 
| ret d at tnl d Ports. 
Copyrights 




22,416,126 
2,243,273 


26,132,738 


2,421,710 80 








2,438 






TOTALS .... 






Newcastle .. 


24,659,399 


26,135,176 


2,421,710 80 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, QUEBEC. 

Statement of the Value of Exports, the Value of Goods Imported, and the amount of Duty collected, at each Port in 
the Province of Quebec, during the Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1870. 



PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 




S 55 909 


$ 6,606 


8 638 25 


Rimoitski 


$86,092 


S 1,200 






3,151 142 


551,176 


10,368 67 


Russeltown 


45,840 


10,324 


35 " 




145 542 


13,911 


1,224 54 


St. John s 


2,877,17,> 


491,680 


S ->09 66 




3 400 


9 207 


770 20 


Stanstead 


322 193 


110 226 


12 7 




318,427 


112,236 


14,9P6 08 i 


Sutton 


91,513 


8,698 


794 99 






12,585 


796 90 ! 


Three Rivers 


103 273 


49 3a4 


3 W-\ 15 




37 104 


5 302 


536 23 










i ilrn [slands . . 



7,607 
19,100,413 


2,456 
25,680,814 


849 79 
4,128,294 89 


Estim. amt. short! 


37,088,343 
719 125 


32,882,405 


4,800,809 :U 


Ni-.w Carlisle 


30 755 


133,232 

2 441 


18,981 23 
229 60 


ret. at lul. Ports [ 




1 451 




P jttOI 


36 412 


10 705 


455 09 












10 131 165 


5,670,332 


656,675 12 


Total 


37 807 468 


:: "lo 





















EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Statement of the Value, of Exports, the Value of Goods Imported, and thf amount of Duty collected at each Port in 
the Province of New Brunswick, during the Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1870. 



PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


i:.i PORTS. 


DUTY. 


E i lnirst 


$158 220 


$69 780 


$15 823 94 


Shediac 


$143 652 


$ J 29 366 


* 7 4 30 


Bay Verte 


25,966 


6999 


317 Irt 




30.842 




3 8 


Cnmpo Hello (Welc p) 


4.753 
1 ,770 


15.271 
8,946 


3.599 28 | 
2 183 26 ; 


."t. Andrews 


43,142 

142 312 


122,917 


18. / 
2 67 ( VJ 


f -batbam 


364 176 


189,123 


37,070 99 


St John 


3 541,107 


5.4 W,3H 


7T4 4 Y, 00 




103 423 


27.682 


8 293 41 


St Stephens 




1 689 


m 




49,107 


17,309 


2.132 86 


West Isles 


8,740 


2 555 


2 770 ;V> 




53.159 


168,644 


41 779 90 


Woodstock .. 




19 483 


v; n 




110 100 


9057 


1 520 58 










MoM -tOTl 


9,814 


63,957 


9,423 46 




5,303 206 


6 854..".. ; -! 


1,017,1 




245 720 


85.863 


20,577 71 






115 






146 391 


28 793 


4 439 79 










Kichmond Station . 




7.799 


2,510 84 


Total 


5 303 "06 


6 854 447 


1 017 "~ 2 


Snckville 


25 096 


53,784 


5,573 06 



























[183] 



40 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS EXCISE. 



[1872, 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

Statement of the Value of Exports, the Value of Goods Imported, and the amount of Duty collected at each Pbrt in 
the Province of Nova Scotia, during the Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1870. 



PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTT. 


Amherst 


$121 982 


$ 93312 


$15 894 84 


Pictou 


$286 345 


1 345 448 


*-}o 7Ai .> 




74 433 


32 340 


6 237 95 




13 995 


no I 1 




Antigonish ... 


96,169 


40,627 


10,250 39 


Port Hood ... 


32*407 


5 754 


2 22 60 


Arichat 


46 145 


62166 


4 206~46 




127 699 


)> OQT 


2 on) Q i 


Baddeck 


38,374 


5,846 


3,623 96 


Port Mulgrave... 






*657 49 


Harrington 


32,444 


30,594 


1,214 02 


Ragged Islands . . 


183 068 


37 152 


OQ1 00 


Bridgetown 


3,312 


16,218 


2669 81 


Shelburne ~. 


26062 


13 470 


655 81 


Cornwallis 


60 801 


41 512 


3 -68 39 




3 1 148 


14 4^8 


1 fiOA ilR 


Digby 


77 076 


41 726 


4 355 26 




91 563 


55 945 


o 717 A-? 


Halifax 


3,172 848 


7,202 504 


972,652 27 




91 301 


116 185 


14 517 31 


Liverpool 


219 871 


123 057 


9 619 60 




329 013 


425 732 


49 qjr; fuv 


Londonderry 


34376 


41 473 


3 148 61 










Lunenburg 


209 130 


85 220 


6 248 23 




5 803417 


8 940 709 


1 162 59 51 


Margaretsville 


13,901 


20,619 


478 35 






91 




North Sydney 


88 209 


26 221 


7 274 16 










Parrsborough 


11 745 


13042 


322 10 


Total 


5 803 417 


8 940 800 


1 IfJO KQO r.i 



















* Deposited by Collector of Port Mulgraye. No returns furnished to the Department. 

EXCISE, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

i 1. Statement of the Number of Ttibacco Manufacturers, the, Description and Quantity of Tobacco and other sub 
stances used in the Manufacture of Tobacco, Cigars and Snuff, the Quantity Manufactured and the Duties accruing 
thereon, during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1870. 



Provinces. 



Ontario ... 
Quebec ... 
NewBrun. 
Nova Scot. 

Total ... 



56 

31 

6 

7 

100 



Quantity of Material used. 


Tobacco. 


Cigars. 


Snuff, 


Duty. 


Produce 
of 
Canada. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Other 
Commodi 
ties. 


Total 
Materials 
used. 


Duty. 


Duty. 


Duty. 


Total Duty 


Duty 
Collected 
ex Manu 
factory. 


Duty 
Goods 
Ware 
housed. 


Ibs. 
94,089 
100,594 


Ibs. 
1,784,125 
4,569,226 
138,619 
898,065 


Ibs. 
246,171 
864,087 
21,884 
118,445 


Ibs. 
2,124,385 
5,533.907 
160.503 
1,016,510 


$ c. 
180,048 05 
508,285 35 
13,966 65 

88,578 85 


$ c. 

21.150 01 
6,724 10 
1,025 80 


$ c. 

4950 
11,561 40 


$ c. 
203,897 56 
628,020 85 
15.292 45 
88,903 85 


$ c. 
61,999 34 
79,13: . 65 
1,363 30 
1,831 80 


$ c. 
141,898 22 
448,857 20- 
13,929 15 
87,07205 












194.6S3 


7,390,035 


1,250,587 


8,835,305 


790,878 90 


28,899 91 


11,61090 


836,114 71 


144,328 09 


691,786 62 



No. 2. Comparative Statement of Number of Distilleries and Quantity of Spirits produced, Number of Breweries and 
quantity of Malt Liquor produced tJierefrom, in Canada, during fiscal years ending June 30, 1868, 1869, 1870. 



Piovieces. 


Number of 
Distilleries. 


Proof Spirits Distilled. 


ExciseDuty 
collected 
and 
accruing. 


Number of 
Breweries. 


Malt Liquor Brewed. 


Exc.Duty 
collected 
and 
accruing. 


06 

co 

OO 

1-1 


00 
r- 1 

26 


o 



rH 


1868. 


1869. 


1870. 


=0 

.-( 


o> 

to 

00 
iH 

107 
17 
5 
5 




5 

rH 


1868. 


1869. 


1870. 


Gallons. 
3,912,480 
167,567 


Gallons. 
3,781,589 


Gallons. 
3,252,820 
223,426 


$ c. 

2,049,277 25 
140,758 38 

5^253 58 


Gallons. 
4,014,581 
3,125,157 
130,375 
163,572 


Gallons. 
4.063,908 
2.924,350 
276,330 
338,960 


Gallons 
3.947,251 
2.815.656 
157,120 
370.513 


$ c. 
52 83 
10,227 14 


Ont. 
Qu. 
N.B. 

N.S. ; 


24 

1 


25 

1 


122 
20 
5 
6 


112 
20 
5 
6 


... 


1 


1 





443 


8,339 


Tot. H 25 


27 


27 


4.080,047 


3,782.032 


3.484,585 


2.195.289 21 


153 


134 


143 


7,433,685 


7,603.548 


7,290.540 


10.279 97 



No. 3. Statement of Bonded Manufactories in the Dominion of Canada, shewing the Articles Manufactured, and 
the Duties accruing thereon, during the fiscal year ending on the 30th June, 1870. 



REVENUE 
DIVISIONS. 


Product of Bonded Manufactories. 


Duty 
Collected 
ex-Manufac 
tory. 


Duty Accru 
ing on Goods 
Warehoused. 


Vinegar 
at 15 
percent, 
ad val. 


Tinct re 
at 60 e. 
per 
gallon. 


Methylatd 
Spirits, at 
15 per c. 
ad valor m 


Articles 
paying 15 
per cent, 
ad valor m 


Articles 
paying 25 
per cent, 
ad valor m 


Vinegar 
at 
3 cents, 
per gall. 


Methylatd 
Spirits, at 
10 cents 
per gall. 


Burning 

Fluid at 
fl -20 ].. 
gallon. 


H-unilton .. 
St.C athrincs 
Toronto .... 
Windsor.. .. 


$ c. 

18745 86 

ii7t; I.M 
7946 OS 


Gallons. 
1,895} 


$ c. 

6,969 92 


S c. 

1,077 52 


$ c. 

2,209 75 , 


Gallons. 
57,994 


Gallons. 
4,571.31 


Gallons. 
1,005.50 


9 c. 

7,662 67 


3 c. 
1,541 27 
170 42 
2,013 85 
51 24 
743 10 










27,397 
1 708 






















St. John, N.B 
Total.... 


840 00 










20,571 


















I 


28708 15 


1,895} 


6,969 92 i 1,077 52 


2,209 75 


107,670 


4,571.31 1,005.50 7,662 67 


4,525 S& 



Duty Collected ex-Warehouse, 5,405 04. Total Duty Collected ex-Manufactory and ex-Wavthouse, 1:3,007 71. 

[184] 



1872.] 



EXCISE BANKS. 



41 



No. 4 Comparative Statement of the number of Petroleum Refiners, the Quantify of Crude 00, used, the Petroleum 
Manufactured, and the Duties accruing thereon, during the fiscal years ending on the 30th June, 1869, 1870. 



! 


"o 


g^ 


1 


^ 


a 

_0 


00 5 

^ - ^ 


Kg 




si 


g. 


a 



^ 


.2 
"o S 


p F^H a 3 


^3 OD 





S 5! 


Q 


9 


<3J jj 


-*j r^ 


T) OG 


o S 


a S 


o 


3 


D 




p p 


jS ^ 


a 2 




P 




*3 *2 w 


o > 


2^ sj 




b 


P) 


^^ 


Is ^" ^ 


s s 


" 


o 


5 






n 


l 03 !^ 


a 

M 





O 


S 




a 
1-1 


I 05 ! 05 


1869 




Gallons, i Gallons. 


$ 


$ 


$ 


1870 




Gallons. 


Gallons. 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Ont. 
Qu. 


47 
2 


4,676.793 
46,079 


2,769,136 
3,088 


138,456 
154 


17.304 
1.261 


155,761 
1,415 


Ont. 
Qu. 


54 
1 


16,707,127 
85,000 


10,735,120 
1,516 


536,756 
75 


16,896 
8 


553,652 

84 


NR 










764 


764 


N B 










136 


136 


NO 










.... 


451 


451 


N S 










150 


150 




* 


... ... 


...... 


.... 




















Tot. 


49 


4.722,872! 2,772,224 


138,611 


19,782 


158,393 


Tot. 


55 


16,792,127 


10,736,636 


536,831 


17,191 


554,023 



BANK STATISTICS. 

No. 1. Statement of the Banks of Ontario and Quebec, acting under Charter, for the several months of the year ending 
December 31, 1870, according to the Jtetumx furnished by them to the Auditor of Public Accounts. 













LI A B I LI 


(IBS. 






MONTHS. 


Capital 
paid up. 


Prom. Notes 
in circulat. 
not bearing 
interest. 


Balances 
due to other 
Banka. 


Cash 
Deposits 
not bearing 
interest. 


Cash 

Deposits 
bearing 
interest. 


Total 
Liabilities, 
1870. 


Total 
Liabilities, 
1869. 


Total 
Liabilities, 

1868. 




$29.139,126 


$10.611,154 


$1,552,706 


$13,967,792 


$27,501.511 


$53,633.163 


$49,743.750 


$42,103,093 




29,355,074 


11,242,292 


1,502.955 


14,263,544 


27,864,370 


54,873,162 


49,875,796 


42.496.140 




29,435,000 


11,841.883 


1,207,521 


14,549,634 


27,819,227 


55,418,265 


48,227,253 


41,512,236 




29.514,290 


12.330,214 


1,462,440 


16,359,582 


27,972,175 


58,124,412 


47,324,400 


43,068,224 


May .. 


29,561,760 


12.707,718 


1,208,144 


18,036,633 


28,479,436 


60,431,932 


35,514.690 


42,739,444 


, J 


29,601,263 


14,063,475 


1,543,708 


20,526.333 


29,703,455 


65,836,972 


48,380.967 


43,722,647 


July ... 


29.731.064 


14,652,668 


1,696,390 


19,155,908 


30,558,633 


66,063,600 


48,994,937 


42,869,437 


August 


29,850.221 


15,009,690 


1,779,919 


18,349.427 


30,929,192 


66,068,236 


48,720,546 


43,512,470 


September 
October 


30,000,089 
30,244,743 


16,508,510 
17,960,285 


2,535,801 
2,137.298 


16,669,490 
17,663,835 


30,603,429 
30,749,080 


66,317,211 
68,510,499 


51,048,169 
56,842,827 


47,269.045 
48,514.007 


November 


30,399.725 
30,500,430 


18,057.954 
17,829,414 


1,764,858 
1.780,430 


17,756,506 
18,412,938 


31,166,581 
31,798,260 


68,745,900 
69,602,853 


68,729.816 
57,879,557 


51.727,418 
49,743,750 




















Averages... 


29.777.732 


14,401.271 


1,681,014 


17.142,635 


29,595,445 


62,801,683 


50.106.892 


44.939.826 





ASSETS. 


MONTHS. 


Coin, 
Bullion 
& Pror. 
Notes. 


Landed or 
other 
Property 
of Banks. 


Govern 
ment 
Securi 
ties. 


Promiss ry 
Notes 
or Bills of 
other B ks. 


Balances 
due from 
other B ks. 


Notes and 
Bills 
discoun d. 


Other 

debts due 
to the 
Bank. 


Total 

Assets, 
1870. 


Total 

Assets, 
1869. 


Total 

Assets, 
1868. 


Jan 


14.183,411 


$1.620,704 


5,857,290 


$1,833,178 


$5,743,554 


56.831,679 


$2.523,210 


88,593,030 


84,329,094 


78,056,890 


Feb 


14.832,759 


1,620,499 


5,510,752 


1,844,997 


6,326,931 


57,927,367 


2,400,941 


90,464,949:84,687,052 


78,850,911 


March... 


14,095,817 


1,628.392 


5,497,246 


1.784,279 


7,583,019 


58,016,144 


2,438,504 


91,043,404 


83,152,396 


75.454,388 


April ... 


15.258,546 


1,620,888 


4,468,751 


2,042.036 


8,647,755 


58,495,279 


2,271,604 


93,804,862 


82,692,059 78,674,740 


May 


16,801.960 


1,643,164 


5,418,028 


2,056,546 


9,364,798 


58,882,549 


2,216,102 96,383,150 


80,241,667 


77,528,498 


June ... 


15,289.472 


1.611,844 


5,406,923 


2,602,761 


12,551,319 


61,348.087 


2,036,063(100,846,472 


83,565,027 


77.872.257 


July 


16,581,860 


1,616,727 


5,406,534 


2,231,235 


10,630,091 


62,924,694 


2,138,6601101.529.313 


84,108,387 


76.781,974 


August . 


14.025,092 


1,645,702 


5,390,160 


2,060,218 


12,155,202 


64,444,076 


2,093,401 


101.813,854 


83,633,427 


77,426,533 


Sept 


12,612 992 


1,638,336 


5,405.87" 


2,354,847 


11,847,406 


ti6,770,521 


2,095,773 


102.725.756 


86,893,302 


81.358,881 


October . 


12,445.918 


1,645,558 


5,364,183 


- 2,633,379 


10.898,427 


70,466,325 


2.098,912 


105,552.703 


93,279,321 


82,754.960 


Nov 


12,952,898 


1.661,812 


5,163,087 


2,566,598 


9,516.511 


72,250,277 


1,983,993 105,897,177 j 94,854,471! 86,141.235 


Dec 


13,629,598 


1,668,834 


5,162,748 


2,409,779 


9,774,919 


72,430,690 


2,043,971 


107,021 544 


93,968,114 


84,329,094 


Avprsore 


14.392.485 


1,635.205 


5.420,964] 2.193.396 


9,586.661 


63.399,115 


2,195.094 


98.639.684 


86.283693 


79.636.030 



NOTE. The return of Circulation does not include notes of the Government, the amount of which in circulation 
during 1870 averaged about $6,500,000. It should be noted, however, that a considerable part of this sum was in the 
hands of the Banks as a part of their reserve. 

No. 2. Statement of Banks in Canada, with authorised, subscribed, and paid up capital, on Zlst August, 1871. 



NAME OF BANK. 


Capital 
authorised 


Capital 
subscribed. 


Capital 
paid up. 


NAME OF BANK. 

I 


Capital 
authorised 


Capital 
subscribed. 


Capital 
paid up. 




$12 000 000 


$6 000 000 


$6 000 000 




$1,000 oflO 


$1 000 000 


$1,000,000 




2,000,000 


1,825 000 


1 730 300 




6,000 000 


6 000 000 


5,713,926 


Citv . . 


1,200,000 


1,200,000 


1 200 000 


Koyal Canadian 


2,000,000 


1,400 000 


1,400,000 


Briti>-h North America 


4,866,666 
1,600,000 


4,866,666 
1,600 000 


4,866,666 
1,600 000 


Union of LowerCanada 


2,000,000 
1,000 000 


1,850,700 
600,000 


1,673,895 
366,090 


Niagara District 


400,000 


316,700 


309 049 


Canadian of Commerce 


6,000 000 


4,351,650 


3,909,441 




1 000 000 


1 000 000 


1,000 000 




1 000 000 


888,400 


587,629 


Toronto 


2.000,000 


1,493,900 


1,466 800 


Metropolitan 


1 000,000 


1,000,000 


164,680 




2 500 000 


2 338,480 


2 245 458 




1 557 333 


545 066 


645,066 




500 000 


600,000 


477,663 




900 000 


900,000 


900,000 


























Totals 


$51,523,999 


$40,776.562 


$38,355.666 



[185] 



42 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION. 



[1872. 



CARRYING TRADE AND NAVIGATION OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 



Xo - ^-Statement honng number and Tonnage of Vessels which arrived at and departed from the several Provinces 
w int. Dominion of < / the. Fiscal Year ending 30th June,^lS70. 


PROVINCES. 


VESSELS ARRIVED. 


VESSELS DEPARTED. 


British. 


Foreign. 


Total. 


British. 


Forei 


Total. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tu,,s. 


No. 


Tons. 


Quebec 


1273 
4491 
2387 


850683 
721698 

453938 


353 

522 
541 


16276S 
174892 

244440 


1626 
5013 

2928 


a013451 
896690 
698378 


1285 
4444 
1983 


800746 
697128 

418204 


284 
436 
516 


143103 
168952 
248226 


4880 

2499 




Nov.t Scotia 


New Brunswick 


Total Sea s;oing ... 


8151 
12194 


2026319 
2050398 


1416 

5672 


582200 
1137208 


9567 
17866 


2608519 
3187606 


7712 
12364 


1916073 
1980370 


1236 
6440 


560281 
1163021 


8948 
18804 


2476354 
3143391 


Is employed in the In- 
t \veen Ontario 
and Quebec, and the U. S. . . 

Total 


20345 


40767177088 1719408 


27433 


5796125 20076 3896443 7676 1723302 27752 5ti]<)745 



^0.2 Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Stearters and Sailing Vessels built and those registered in the 
^several Provinces of the. Dominion of Canada, during the Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1870. 



PROVINCES. 


BUILT. 


REGISTERED. 


Steam. 


Sail. 


T 


otal. 


Steam. 


Sail. 


Total. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


Ontario 


16 
5 

2 
2 


1,0 ! 

241 
39 
879 


29 
50 
139 
86 


3,478 
19,142 
33,620 
34,720 


45 
55 
141 
88 


4,525 
19,383 
33,659 
35,599 


17 
14 

4 
5 


1,329 
707 
67 
1,250 


43 
95 
223 

94 


4,857 
24,745 

44,576 
33,321 


60 

109 

227 
99 


6,186 
25,452 
44,643 

34,571 





3 otia 


New Brunswick 


Total 


25 


2,206 


304 


90,960 329 


93,166 


40 


3,344 


455 


107, 199 


495 





No. 3. Summary Statement of the Business of the WeJland, St. Lawrence, C hamoly, Burlington, Ottawa and Ride.au 
( ii i.is, St. Ours and St. Ann s Loc(-s, showing the Total Quantity of each description of Property passed through and 
on the s9me, and the Amount of Tolls collected, during the fiscal year ended SOUi June. lS O. 



AETICLES. 


Welland Canal. 


St. Law. Canal. 


Cliambl> Caual 
& St. Ours Lock. 


Burlington 
Bav rianal. 


St. Ann s Lock 


Ottawa and 
Rideau O.nals. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 




s of all kinds.. 
s (No ) 
i voiitire of Forest.... 
Farm Stot;k 


1.356,817 
9.934 
284,182 
154 
2.785 
596.749 
11.885 
180.578 
198.494 


$ 

30,762 
721 
29,780 
S8 
768 
114,686 
2.914 
31156 
33.213 


1,344,102 
50.67 1 
673,827 
2,607 
6,354 
127,390 
35.677 
109,982 
41,549 


t 

11.1U9 
2.755 
17,883 
264 
1.286 

18,4 )2 

5,504 
14,531 

4,903 


543,220 
2,013 
437,560 
168 
227 
6.655 
11.571 
13,772 
48,381 


$ 
6,430 
32 
27,038 
8 
30 
687 
1.262 
1.608 
4,690 


270.530 
15.052 
25,624 
12 
4.352 
51,780 
6.335 
2491H 
8.384 


$ 
801 
150 
562 
1 
395 
3,530 
498 
1,843 
676 


554.879 
32,496 
463,381 

727 
357 
3.652 
715 

9.R07 
4.757 


1 

1,3S7 
81 

7,695 
36 
17 
160 
35 
397 
236 


872,674 

l. if. .i 
585.446 
80 
752 
5,947 
632 
17,532 
10,326 


$ 

40 
13.322 
1 
51 
250 
29 
733 


Aniinil Produce 
Food 
A (jric.ul t. Products... 


Merchandize 



So. 4. Statement showing the Number. National Character, and Tonnage (c<mputed from aggregate, number of Triys 
made during the Season of Navigation) of Vessels which passed on and through the \VeUand. St. Lawrence.. < 
Burlington Bay, Rideau and Ottawa Ornate, St. Our s and St. Ann s Locks, during the fiscal year ending 30th .! 
1*7 . and amount of Tolls collected thereon. 



VESSELS. 


From Canadian 
to Canad. Ports. 


From Canad. 
to Am. Ports. 


From Amer. 
to Can. Ports. 


From Amer. 
to Am. Ports. 


Total. 


Amount 

of Tolld 
on Vesse Is. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


Canadian Vessels Steamers. 
Wolland -. 


2,333 
11,288 
901 
1.118 
5.861 
8,543 


282.697 
1,166.516 
50.008 
202,077 

427.134 
578,787 


740 
1,529 
2,263 
155 

877 
538 


153.159 

140,388 
208.162 
27.004 
84815 
50,660 


775 
139 
2,263 
221 


153,871 
14,873 

201.718 
34,614 


8 

1 


1,847 
15 


3,856 
12,957 
5,427 
1,494 
6.738 
9,081 


591.574 

1,321,592 
459,888 
263.495 
511.04 .) 
629.447 


$ ct. 
11,81 

ln;U4 67 
6,38 

1.27. 87 
4,936 44 


. a t. Lawrence 


Chambly and St. Ours Lock . 
Burlington Bay 






St. Ann s Lock 






Kidrau and Ottawa 










Total Canadian Vessels 










30,044 


2,707,219 


6,102 


664,188 


3,398 


404,876 


9 


1,362 


39,553 


3.777.945 


35,161 43 


American Vessels rf- Steamers. 
Welland 


9 

1 
5 


1.35 ! 
73 
260 


301 
34 
670 
25 


44,816 
21.185 
40,778 
3,391 


345 
101 

605 
27 
315 


56,293 
6,729 

42,018 
3.644 
21,874 


2,229 
149 
4 


663,076 
4,241 
276 


2.884 
616 
1,184 

62 
618 
619 


765,64!) 

s:; 832 

42,93* 

43.227! 


18.937 10 
lt;r> 2:5 

1,039 39 
17 87 
107 33 
32 


St. Lawrence 


Chambly and St. Ours Lock . 
Burlington Bay 


St. Ann s Lock 






303 


21,056 


Rideau and Ottawa 


314 


21.704 


305 


21 523 


Total American Vessels 


329 


23,395 


1,565 


131,793 


1,393 


130,558 


2,685 C88,649 ; 


5,972 


974,577 


. 1 18 


Grand Tot. Canad. A Amer. 


30,3732.730,614 7,6fi7 795.981 ! 4,791 


535.434 


2,694 690.511 45.525:4.752.522 


752JM 



Xo. 5. Revenue derived from the Provincial Canals of Canada, for the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1870. $4 

[186] 



1872.] 



EMIGRATION WOODS AND FORESTS. 



43 



EMIGRATION. 



. i, ,v -/?,-,? of the number of Emigrants embarked fur Canada, with the. number of Births and Dfdhs diiri:* 
poi/fl. " ami in Quarantine. ; the total, number landed, with Lite number from each country, also the number oj vessels 
arrival and average length of passage, during the. season of 1870. 



Whence. 


Class. 


OD 

^ 

+* 
O 

O 

^ 


Average No. of 
days on passage. 


Tonnage. 


No.Embrk d. 


Births. 


N 

B 
o 
cS .0 

a 
t- 


Deaths on Pass. 


Deaths in 
Quarantine. 


Total Deaths. 


Landed in Colcny. 


Cabin 
Passengers 


n 

1! 

0) 

jl 

02 _* 


Steerage 
Passengers 


Cabin 
Passengers 


3 


H 


England 


f Steamers 


60 

17 


ISf 
34 

Hj 
38 

w* 

40 
63 
53 

29 


97.354 
17.501 


1,679 
18 
194 

325 


23,H39 
l,8r,9 
2,3-3 
17 
5,012 
21 


6 


25.324 
1.877 
2.517 
17 
5,338 
21 
416 
9,023 
6 


11 
(3 


1 


12 
6 


23,6: 

1.85:- 
2,323 
17 
5,010 
21 
411 
8.985 
6 


1,679 
18 
194 

"32ft 


25:311! 

1.871 
2,517 
17 
5.335 
81 
411 
8,985 
6 


{ Sailing Vessels 


Ireland 



i 


) S;iilin;r Vessels 
f Steamers 


26 
6 

4X 
3 


3,744 

2 .4:9 
5.434 
9^4 
23.130 
1,872 








Scollai.d 


3 





3 


\Sailing Vessels 
do. 
do. 
do. 

Totals ... 






412 

8,985 
6 


2 

20 


3 

37 


2 
1 


5 
38 





Xorway & Sweden.. 
Other Countries .... 












64 




ieo 


176.478 2,216 


42.274 


29 


44.539 


60 


4 


42259 


2.216 


44.-175 



* Steamers touching at Irish ports are included in English and Scotch steamers. 

. 2. Comparative Statement of Ihe number nf Emigrants arrived at the port of Quebec since the year 1829 to 1870, 

inc usire, the grant total being 1,216.059. 





1829-57 


1858. 


1859. 


1860. 


1861. 


1862. 


1863. 


1*64. 


1865. 


1866. 


1867. 


1868. 


1869. 


1870. 


1 
Irelf*ii l 


281.354 
462,201 


6,441 
1.1 S3 


4,846 
417 


6,481 
376 


7,780 
413 


6.877 
4,545 


6.317 
4.949 


5013 
3.767 


9.296 
4,682 


7.235 
2,230 


9,509 
2,997 


16.173 
2.085 


27,876 
2.743 


27,183 
2,534 


Scotland 


102,726 

O 1 " 07 


1.424 
3578 


793 
2,722 


979 
2314 


1.112 
10.618 


2,979 

7.728 


3.959 
4,182 


2.914 

7,453 


2,601 
4,770 


2,222 
16,836 


1,793 

16,420 


1,924 

13,607 


2.867 
9,626 


5.356 
9,396 


Other Ports 


12 519 


214 








47 


12 




6 


125 


38 


11 


2 


6 


































901.007 


12.810 


8.778 


10.150 


19.923 


22.176 


19.419 


19147 


21.355 


28,6i8 


30,757 


34.300 


43,114 


44,475 



WOODS AND FORESTS. 

Abstract of ff.rbic Fvet of fach description of Timber measured and culled under the Superintendence of the Supervisor 
of C ulli-ra, at the Port of Quelie :, f.iurinr/ t >t> (/ nr mding 31st December, 1869. shewing inhere produced. 









a 








g 

O 


t 




> & 





5 








^ 


0^ 


PKOVJXCE AND SECTION. 


K J M 


rS o 


13 


M 


S 


,a 


!T 


~z s 






ts 


a? 






f 


1 


1 a 


QUEBEC. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Quebec to Province Line on St. Lawrence 


















:\<> th (Ittawa !i;\vr Ii-lo v Ottawa City . 


12.273 


395 ,855 


365 


"(5,V>26 


109.145 


7458} 


457 


55 


North >T,;awu j .iver above Ottawa City . 


194.433 


4,163,471 


409.459 


7,385 


5,500 


6,37 


4,639 





ONTARIO. 


















St. T,;>u !>," River from Quebec Pro- 


















vi ir..- L; if tii Head of . ake Ontario ... 


903.941 


1,181,479 


10S.98:! 


301.675 


1,321,216 


182,562 


3,562 


1,302 


AtuiVH Lake Ontario 


121 692 


318X09 


2,522 


2,501,864 


529,795 


36.166 


48 


60 


South O awa River below Ottawa City . 


11.321 


J76.415 




268 


939 


7.123 


61 




South O Uwa Kivt-r above Ottawa City . 


176.426 


6.36 . 1.1.17 


1,396,456 


6,025 


52,223 


109,756 


9,388 


""98 


U.NITEIJ S .vrss. . 


84.306 


10.114 




94,444 


36 


























Grand Total Feet 


1.504 :i5 


12.61 5,560 


1.917 785 


2,917,687 


2.018.854 


416,565 


18,155 


1.515 



An Abstract of the. Cubic feet, &c. ( continued. ) 



PROVINCE AND SECTION. 


Tamarac. 


.d 
g 
5 


5> 
1 

^1 


4 

0> 

o 

fp 


Hemlock. 


D 

o 

I 

O2 


Walnut. 


i 1 
1 

w 


White- 
wood. 


E? 

3 
g 


Dutton- 
wood. 


QUEBEC, 

Quebec to Province Line on ?t. Lawrence 


Feet. 
21 IfiO 


Feet. 
"."i7 385 


Feet. 


Feet 


Feet. 


Feet 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet 


Feet 


North Ottawa lliver h< low Ottawa City. 
North Ottawa lliver above Ottawa City . 


77,493 
12,670 


2,630 
2,278 


1,508 


98 


4 ! 
209 


80 
225 




35 


119 


... 


... 


ONTARIO. 

St. Lawrence Ttiver from Quebec Pro- 
Line to Head of Lake Ontario 
Above Luke Ontario 


28,826 
477 


4,011 


1.343 






75 


105 322 


113.948 
116 114 


841 

" 94 


5266 
2274 




South Ottawa Kiver below Ottawa City . 


16.301 


761 


327 






30 






45 






South Ottawa Kivtr above Ottawa City . 
UNITED STATES 


35,701 


4.851 


1,902 


630 


19,454 


222 





43 
35 


70 


... 




























Grand Tofil Feet 


142,618 


371.916 


5.080 


728 


19,709 


838 


105.322 


230.175 


3.1R9 


7540 





[1S7J 



FISHERIES OF THE DOMINION. 



[1872. 



FISHEKIES OF THE DOMINION. 



The aggregate value of the Fish products of the Pro 
vincial Fisheries is computed, by the Minister of Marine 
and Fisheries, to be nearly seventeen millions of dol- 
ars. Americans employ tonnage varying between 
eight and eleven hundred vessels in these Fisheries. 



Their estimated annual catch is valued at about eight 
millions of dollars. The probable value of capital em 
barked in carrying on the inshore Fisheries is computed 
at nine millions of dollars. Thus making a total mteres 
of some seventeen millions of dollars. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 

Statement of the Yield and Value of the Fisheries of the Province of Quebec for the Season 1870. 



113,070 

42,804 

71 

3,077 

20,389 

365 

6,871 

230 

5,840 

143 

219 

133,033 

135 

230 

89,762 

24,200 



cwt. Cod, summer fishing, @ 3 00 339,210 00 

" autumn " @ 3 00 128,412 00 

bbls. Ling @ 500 35500 

Mackerel @ 10 00 36,770 00 

Herring 300 79,16700 

boxes " smoked @ 025 91 25 

bbls. Sardines @ 5 00 34,35500 

Halibut @ 500 1,15000 

Salmon @ 16 00 93,44000 

" Trout @1000 1,43000 

" Sturgeon @ 5 00 1,095 00 

fish Eels @ 10 00 $100 13,30330 

bbls. Cod, tongues & sounds @ 7 00 945 00 

" Codroes @ 000 1,38000 

galls. Seal Oil @ 80 71,809 60 

" Whale Oil @ 080 19,36000 



2,848 

119,093 

1,327 

6,359 

551 

16,249 

32,490 

208 

40,981 



galls. 

bbls. 

fish 

bbls. 

fish 

bbls. 

fish 



Porpoise Oil @ 60 

Cod Oil @$0 50 

Haddock @ 5 00 

Bar & White Fish. 82 $ doz. 



Mixed Fish 

Shad 

Fish used as manure. 

Porpoises 

Seals 



, 



400 
10 
25 
400 
600 



1,708 SO 

59,546 50 

0,635 00 

12,718 00 

2,204 00 

1,624 90 

8,122 50 

832 00 

245,886 00 



$1,161,550 85 
Estimated value of Fish caught West of 

Quebec. No returns 100,00000 



Total |1,261,560 85 



Vessels used : 84 vessels, 2,221 fishing boats, 1,322 flat boats. 
Number of men employed in the Fisheries, 7,449. 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 

Statement of the Yield and Value of the Fisheries of the Province of Ontario for the Season 1870. 



14.973J bbls. White Fish. 880J bbls. Pike and Bass. 


Value Fresh Fish 


. .S136 679 


10,396 " Trout 263 " Bass and Perch. 


" Pickled Fish 


.. 128,303 


6,550J " Herring... 1.267J " Pickerel. 
275 " Sciscos 4,726^ " Coarse Fish. 


Total value 


..$264,902 


104 " Maskinonge. 
Total Fish caught, 40,043 bbls. 


" Boats, Nets and material employed . . 


.. 155,909 



Number of men employed in the Fisheries, 2,689. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Statement of the Yield and Value of the Fisheries of the Province oj New Brunswick for the Season 1870. 



2.206J bbls. Salmon 38,500 cans Lobsters. 

59:;,: ,70 " " fresh 24,000 fish Haddock. 

464,517 cans " 420 bbls. " 

3,282 bbls. Mackerel .... 500 cwt. Pollock. 

9-J.S49 " Herring 20,17511)8. Bass. 

60, 200 boxes " smoked 330 bbls. Hake. 



1,600 bbls. Herring.smkd. 120 bbls. Pollock. 

24,876 bbls. Alewives .... 42,000 bush. Oysters. 
16,989 cwt. Codfish, dry . . 1,120,000 Ibs. Mixed Fish. 

2,340 bbls. " pickled. 1,500 galls. Oil. 

5,282 " Shad 970 tons Puini"r. 

Total value of Fish caught $1,131,434 80 



Number of fathoms of Net used, 107,462. 
Number of men employed in the Fisheries, 2,63,0. 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

Statement of the Yield and Value of the Fisheries of the Province of Nova Scotia for the Season 1S70. 



4 067 


bbls. 


Salmon 


@ $15 00 


$68,505 


00 


1,534 


bbls. 


Halibut 


,. @ 600 




00 


111,0(10 


cans 




@ 15 


16 050 


00 


399 809 


quintals 


Cod 


. . . @ 4 25 


l,6 .i:i,is.s 


25 


316,005 


Ibs. 


" in ice . 


@ 12J 


39 500 


6? 


92 513 


it 


Scalefish 


. .. <a 3 50 


823,795 


(0 




lish 




@ 1 00 


550 


00 


6 214 


bbls 


Shad 


. . cf 9 00 


55,036 


00 


85,254 


bbls. 


Mackerel 


(3 12 00 


1 023 048 


00 


820 


tt 


Smelt 


. .. <& 4 00 


3,280 


00 




tt 


Herring . . . 


@ 4 00 


493 68 


00 


553 000 






15 




(,., 


13,180 


boxes 


" smoked. 


@ 75 


9 885 


00 


297 326 




Oil 


... @ 045 


!: : 790 


70 


U, ;,;., 


bbls. 


Alewives 


@ 3 50 


50 281 


00 















1,000 




Eels 


@ 8 00 


8 480 


00 






Total 




1,019,424 


t -. 


102 


" 


Trout ., 


8 00 


816 


00 















Number of Nets and Seines used, 43,477. 
Number of men einployed in the Fisheries, 19,795. 

[188J 



1872.] 



THE METKIC SYSTEM. 



THE METRIC SYSTEM. 

An Act to render permissive the use of ihe Metric or of the Decimal System of Weights and Measures. 34 Vic. cap. 24. 



WHEREAS for the promotion and extension of the in 
ternal, as well as of the foreign trade of Canada, and for 
the advancement of science, it is expedient to legalize 
the use of the Metric System of "Weights and Measures : 
Therefore Her Majesty, by and with the advice and con 
sent of the Senate and House of Commons of Canada, 
enacts as follows : 

1. This Act may be cited as the " Metric Weights and 
Measures Act, 1871." 

2. Notwithstanding anything contained in any Act or 
Law now in force to the contrary, no contract or dealing 
shall be deemed to be invalid or open to objection, on 
the ground that the weights or measures expressed or 
referred to in such contract or dealing, are weights or 
measures of the Metric System, or on the ground that 
decimal subdivisions of legal weights and measures, 
whether Metric or otherwise, are used in such contract 
or dealing. 

MEASURES 



3. The tables in the schedules hereunto annexed shall 
be deemed to set forth, in terms of the standard weights 
and measures of Canada and the United Kingdom, the 
equivalents of the weights and measures therein ex 
pressed in terms of the Metric System ; and such tables 
may be lawfully used for computing, determining and 
expressing, in weights and measures of Canada and of 
the United Kingdom, weights and measures of the 
Metric System. 

4. Whenever the Governor in Council is of opinion 
that it has become necessary and desirable, he may 
direct Standards of Metric Weights and Measures to be 
procured and legalized, and verified copies of them to 
be provided, and may by Order in Council make regula 
tions for authorizing and facilitating the use of the 
same, for the verification of Metric Weights and Mea 
sures in use in Canada. 

OF LENGTH. 



Metric Denominations and Values. 


Equivalents expressed in terms of the 
Standard of Canada. 


Equivalents in British 
Denominations. 





Metres. 


In standard 
yards and deci 
mal parts of 
a yard. 


In feet and 
decimal parts 
of a foot. 


In links and 
decimal parts 
of a link. 


M 

> 




m 

-g 

3 
>H 


-*J 





EH 


Inches. 


ed 

| 

3 
o 
P 

9 
9 

79 
079 
7079 
3708 

9371 
3937 
0394 




10,000 

1,000 
100 
10 
1 

A 

IFtf 

iinnr 


10939-444444 

1093-944444 
109-394444 
10-939444 
1-093944 

109394 
010939 
001093 


32818-333333 

3281-833333 
328-183333 
32-818333 
3-281833 

328183 
032818 
003281 


49724-74747 

4i72- 47474 
497-24747 
49-72474 
4-97247 
49724 
04972 
00497 


J6 

(01 


376 
10,936 
1,093 
109 
10 
1 




1 
1 
2 



11 
11 
10 
1 
9 
3 

3 








Decametre 


Metre 



























MEASURES OF SURFACE. 



Metric Denominations and Values. 


Equivalents expressed in terms 
of the Standard of Canada. 


Equivalents in British 
Denominations. 





Square 
Metres. 


In square yards 
and decim l parts 
of a square yard. 


In square links 
and decim l parts 
of a square link. 


Acres. 


Sq. yards. 


Decimals. 


Hectare 100 Ares. 


10,000 

1,000 
100 
1 


11967-1444 

1196-7144 
119-6714 

1-1967 


247255-0511 

24725-5051 
2472-5505 
24-7255 


( 2 
lor 


2.280 
11,960 
1,196 
119 

1 


3326 
3326 
0333 
6033 
1960 




Are 1 do. 




Centiare . . . TTU do. 





WEIGHTS. 



Metric Denominations and Values. 


Equivalents expressed in terms of the 
Standard of Canada. 


Equivalents in British 
Denominations. 





Grams. 


In pounds Avoirdupois 
and decimal parts 
of a pound. 


In grains and 
decimal parts of 
a grain Troy. 


a 

* 

o 

19 
1 

{(01 


Stones. 


3 

a 
3 
o 
PH 

6 
10 
8 
2 
32-34 


Ounces. 


CO 

a 

2 

o 


Decimals. 


Millier 


1,000,000 
100,000 
10,000 

1,000 

100 
10 

1 

A 

TTTT 

TTnnr 


2204-62125 
220-46212 
22-046212 

2-204621 

220462 
p -022046 
002204 

0002204 
0000220 
0000022 


15-4323487 
1-5432348 
1543234 
0154323 


5 
7 
1 

15,4 


9 

7 

3 
37 gn 
3 


15 
6 
11 
4 
lins). 
8 
5 







04 
304 
8304 

3830 

4383 
643S 
5643S 

056438 
0056438 
0005643$ 


Quintal . 


Myriagram 














(Jram 






























Milligram 











[189] 



THE METRIC SYSTEM. 



[18T2. 



MEASURES OF CAPACITY. 



Metric Denominations and Values. 


Equivalents expressed in terms of 
the Standard of Car 


Equivalents in British Denomi ; 





Cubic 
Metres. 


Litres. 


In wine gallons and 
deehual i 
of a wine gallon. 





Quarters. 


Bushels. 


ri 
M 

f 




Gallons. 


J3 

t 

oj 





yi 

a 






1 
1 





oj 

~G 

O 
O 

q 




1 

r 

TTRT 
1 

i 
1 

TTinn7 
itnnnrTF 


1,000 
100 
10 
1 

T v 

llTo 


264-2864 
86-42864 

2-64286 
26428 
02642 
00264 




3 


3 

2 


2 
3 
I 













.77 
6077 

7: ; 077 
0176077 


.... 
Hectolitre 


De.-ulitre 


Litre 






Decilitre 












: litre 


















! 



MATHEMATICAL DEPARTMENT. 

We have again to notice a large number of solutions of the Problems in the Almanac for 1871 It is 
to know that this Department is appreciated by so many intelligent correspondents throughout the country. 
LV.v.trds of twenty attempts at the solution of the Prize Problem were ree ived, <>nly one of whe-h was .-.rivet 
that sent in by Mr. Andrew Doyle, Teach "r of .St. Patrick s School, Hamilton, to whom of course the prize was 
awarded. A correct solution of the Prize Probl -:in was also received from Mr. W. Fleming, Teacher S -hoi,I -, 
Markham. but too late to compete for the prize. We insert this year another Prize Problem and those who send 
in its solution before February 15th. 1872, will have a chance for Smith s Classical Dictionary. 

Correspondents who desire written replies to their questions will please defray the expenses of postage: All 
eommunieationa to this Department must be in the hands of the publishers, Messrs Conp Clarl >"fore 

July 1st, 1872. 

NOTE. We have to apologize to Mr. Sheehan for not giving him credit for solving Problem 9 of 1870, which h 
did correctly. Mr. R. S. Finlay is also entitled to much credit for having made a thormi-U investigation of 
Problem 13 of 1869 : he is prepared to show on the best authority that the answer given in the Almanac is Incorrect. 

Mathematical Acknowledgments. 



We have received correct solutions from correspon 
dents, as follows : 

ASDiii.w UOYLF,, St. Patrick s School, Hamilton, and 
WM. FL!:::.IIXC;, S. No. 20, Markham ; all the Problems 
i i our last issue. 

WM. DUNNE. S. No. 4, Eibbert ; all but 13. G. W. 

SHELDON, S. No. 3, Howard; all but 10, 13 and 19. 

OK JACQUES, Malvern, Ont. ; all but 13, 15 and 

13. PtTER S. HOWARD, Geneva, U.S.; all but 13, IS 

19. JOHN SHEEHAN, Oneida, Ont. ; all but 13, 

I i and IS. W. G. KIDD, Fergus, Ont. ; all but lit, 13, 

IS and 19. ADAM MURRAY, Southampton, Out.; solved 

: -:ns 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, I and 111, in 7 and 11. Miss M. J. 

KIT, Gait, Ont. ; solved Problems 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, I in 

7, 11, 16, 17 and 20. H. B. JOHNSON, Ottawa; solved 

Problems 1, 2, 3, 4, I and II in 7, 8, 9, 12, 16, 17 and 20. 



5. D. LISLE, Brockville ; solved Problems 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 

6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 14, 16, 17 and 20. A. Hoi -mrg, 
Out.; solved Problems 1 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 14. 10, 17 
and 20. J. BAIRD, New Hamburg, Ont. ; sulve.! Prob 
lems 1, 2, 5, I and II in 7 and 11. D, L. MAXWELL, St. 
Lambert, Q. ; solved Problems 1, 2, 8, 4, 6, 6, 8, 11, 12, 
14, 16 and 17. S. McNivEN, Kingston, Out.; solved 
Problems 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 1 and II in 7, 8, 11, 12, Hi, 17 and 
20. R. E. STRONG, Guelph, Ont.; solved Problems 1, 2, 
3, 4, 6, I in 7, 8, 11, 12 in part, 16 and 17. W. C. HARDY, 
London, Ont., solved Problems 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, S, 11, 12, 
16, 17 and 20. R. HILL, Meaford, Ont. ; solved Prob 
lems 1, 2, 3, 5, I in 7, 8, 12, 16 and 17. J. P. DEVINB, 
Peterboro , Ont. ; solved Problems 2, 3, 4, (i, J in 7, 8, 
11, 16 and 17. C. CAMPBELL, lona, Ont ; solved Prob- 
ems 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, I and II in 7, 8, 11, 16. 17 and 20. 



Answers to Problems* 1871. 

PKOB. 1. $7.20 per week. PROD. 2. 1M. ivt> TVJ and ^Y PROB. 3. Ill miles. PROS. 4. 30.564 -f 
PROB. 5. pieces of first and " - of second. PROB. 6. A s lA mouths. B s 1-gV months. 

71 771 771 11 

C s HI months. D s 2uVi months, and E s TT months PROB. 7. (I) iV; (H) l|; (III) TiA PROB. 8. (n 1) sons. 

PROB. 9. 64.334 yards. PROB. 10. Wine to water as .73426 is to .26574. PKOB. 11. (-** ) per cent. 

x \n m/ 
PROB. 12. 170.537 = area. PROB. 13. SOLUTION. Let a = radius of circular area or inverse measure of th 

skill of the shooter, H = probability of hitting the same area, M = fraction expressing the probability in i| nation 

certainty being expressed by 1, then we have M = (J) T and H = 1 M. Then by question a = r A l "- ~ 

\ ii.ij m" 

Then log 100 = 2.000000 analog 89 = 1.949390. Then 1.949390 2.000000 = .050610 ; and log 2 = 301030 ; 

> = A. Then a = i -J_9:f^f!. = J y sTgiSOaS = i X 2.438 +. = 1.219 feet. Then diameter required = 2.438 ft. 

See Herschell on Target Shooting. PROB. 14. 130 miles. PROB. 15. Area of first circle C3.6174, of 2nd = 
55.9780+. of 3rd 7. 0686 +. of 4th 2.23914. PROB. 16. $24, 848, $96, and $192 respectively. PROP. 17. $350 



= A s stock ; $400 = B s, and $450 = C s. PROB. 18. 59.15 + miles. 

. 20. 1U7061.7338 acres in circular farm, and 250905.6 acres in square. 

Mathematical Problems. 

(l)-(69). A miller mixes flour which cost him 5 per 

i.. U n:l with some which cost him only $3 per barrel, 

i tie mixture at 5 40 per barrel, making 42.5 
pi cent. l;. quired the proportions of mixture? 

1C. ijniivd the length of the longest chain by 

three following distances can be exae.tly 

: .s4 yards 1 foot 8J inches; i46 yds 24, inches ; 
.-in- 1 -- - yards 2 feet 9| inches. 



PROB. 19. 109i o undejuury. 



(3) (71). When two metals are mixed in equal volnmw 
they form a compound of specific gravity 9 ; when they aia 
mixed in equal weights they form a compound of speeitU 

gravity 8j>. Find the specific gravities of the metals ? 

(4) (72). 1 Ib. of tea, 3 Ibs. of sugar, Jib. of tobacco, 
ami .; Ibs. of coffee cost together $1.66 ; but if tea wer 
to rise 12 per cent., sugar 30 per cent., and tobau.o fall 



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er cent, while coffee remained unchanged, they 

i cost 1 85. Find their prices? 

( J)-(73). A sphere whose radius is 10 inches and weight 

4")lbs. is suspended by a string. Required the tension of 

the. string when the sphere is wholly immersed in water? 

((O-(T-i). There are two quantities, m and n, whose 

arithmetical mean is x ; the geometrical mean is y ; and 

t ,:> harnionieal menu a. If x y = 3s, and a; z 

: find m and n. 

(7)-(75). In order that may be real in the fraction 
2 as + 21 between what ii m its the value of 



6 x 14 
the fraction cannot lie. 

(8) (70). In De. Lisle s thermometer the freezing point 
is 150 and the boiling point zero. What degree of this 
thermometer. corresponds to 47 Fahrenheit. 

(t>)-(77). Two men, A and B, take shares in a Petrolia 



oil well, to the amount altogether of $1850. They sell out 
at par, A at the end ul _> , years, B at the end of 7J, and 
each receives in capital and profit $1,400. How much 
did each eniburk? I 

(10)-(78). The sum of four numbers in arithmetical 
progression is 30, and the sum of their reciprocals in 

ramr? 1 Required the numbers? 

(ll)-(79). Find the value of m, so that 5 x + 2 y = m 
may have ten positive integral solutions, excluding zer<- 
values, and that the value of TO may be as great a.-; 
possible. 

(12) (80). Prize Problem. A sledge moves down an 
inclined snow plane 140 feet long and 30 inclination, 
and when arrived at the bottom proceeds along a hori 
zontal one until friction brings it to rest. If th> co 
efficient of friction between the snow and the sledge be 
taken = .05 ; what space will the sledge describe along 
the horizontal plane, neglecting the resistance of the air. 



Problems contributed by Correspondents* 



(13)-(S1). By John Sheehan. A has 4173.5 bushels of 
wheat which he wishes to barter with B for oats ; B 
consents to do so on condition that each bushel of 
wheat shall be worth only 45J cents more than a bushel 
of oats. How many bushels of oats must B give A for 
the. wheat 

(14)-(8 />. By Adam Murray. A bubble of air having 
a diameter of 4 inches passes from the bottom of a lake 
to the top 120 fathoms. Required the diameter of the 
bubble on reaching the surface ? 

(15)-(S3). By Win. Fleming. A person left A for B 
at the same time that another left B for A. The first 
arrived at B 3J hours and the second arrived at A 5J 
hours after meeting. How long was each upon the road ? 

(1G)-(S4). By W. G. Kidd. A refiner had a tank full 
of alcohol containing 177147 gallons, from which he 
drew a certain vessel full, and tilled up the tank with 
water. He repeated this process 11 times, when he 
found only 2048 gallons of alcohol left in the tank. Find 
tile capacity of the vessel ? 

(17) -(85). By J. S. Dundon. A rectangle which is 
(v % yt>) units long and (}/x j/ c ) units wide contains 
(1 + c) units; but if it were (\ x + yb) units long and 



(} x + i c) units wide, it would contain (1 + &) units. 
Find integral values for x. 

(18) (80). By John Matthews. Solve the equations 

I. J 3 + , t 2 + a 2 a?x x 1 = 0. 
II. xx + it d x = 6 6 . 

(19)-(S7). By A. Doyle. The distance from a given 
point within a right angle to one of the legs is 25, and 
to the other 11; a line drawn through it and terminated 
by the legs is a minimum ; on this line and on its two 
segments semicircles are described. Find the area of a 
circle to touch the three ; also the area of each of ths 
three spaces included between the points of contact. 

(20)-(88). By Wm. Dunne. A variable right angled 
triangle revolves about a given point 6 feet from the 
centre of a circle of 11^ feet radius ; the triangle being 
continually in the plane of the circle and the right angle 
at the given point; also the extremities of the hypote 
nuse are in every position in the circumference of the 
given circle ; and from these extremities tangents are, 
in every ease, drawn to the given circle. Required tlw 
length of the path traced out by the intersection of every 
pair of tangents, and the space inclosed between the 
said path and the given circumference. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN CANADA. 



A IWENTINE REPUBLIC. Consul, St.John,N.B.,3.~R.o\)erisov. 

AUSTRIA. Consuls, Halifax, N.S., Wm.Cunard; Montreal, 
E. Schultze. 

BELGIUM. Consuls, Halifax, N. S., C. E. lUinne; Montreal, 
Jesse Joseph. Vice Consul, Quebec, Abraham Joseph. 

BRAZIL. Consular Agent, Halifax, NS., M. Tobin. 

Cnin Consuls, Montreal, G B. Day; Quebec, John Laird. 

DENMARK Consul, Halifax, S. Tobin. Consul, Montreal, 
J. F. Wulff. Vice-Consul, Quebec, George T. Pemberton; 
Sar/uenay. David E Price. 

FRANCE. Consul-General, Quebec, F. Gautier. Consular 
Agents. Montreal, Dr. P. K. \ icault ; T.iror/to, W. J. Mac- 
Donell ; St. John, N. B., George Carville; C/iarlottetount, 
P. E I.. Dr. Hobkiick. Vice-Cor.su! s, Sydney, N.S., M. 
Bourinot; Halifax, W. Cunard. St. John, Newfound 
land, MODS. Toussaint. 

SKP.VAN EMPIRE. Consul, Toronto. J. A. Simmers Acting 
Consuls, Quebec, C. Pitl; Montreal, Dr. F Fischer. 

ITALY. Consul. Montreal, A.M.F.Gianelli. Consular Age.nt, 
Gas-pi. 0. LeBoutillier. 

MONT vii EO. Consul, Quebec, Charles P. Champion. 

NETHERLANDS. Consul- General, B. Homer Dixon, K.N.L.- 
Toronto. Vice-Consul, Quebec, Alfred Falkenberg. 

PERIL Consuls, Montreal, G. B. Day ; Quebec, John Laird. 

PORTUGAL. Consul. Quebec, C. H. K. Tilsronp; Vice-Consuls, 
Montreal. 0. S. Watson ; Gaspe, P. Vibert, jr. Consuls 
New Brunswick, Ed. Alis< n ; Nova Scotia, i hos Abbott! 

SPAIN. Consul-General. Quebec, Senor Don Joaq. M. de Sut- 
riestequi: Vice-Consult. Quebec. .lose Fronskj ; Montreal 
I>r J. Li. Lepwhon ; Gaspe. AntMoo Painchaud. Acting 
Vice.-Cimntl, Halifax, A. W. Scott: V,c ,-Consul, Sydney, 
C B., W. Purves; Consular Agents, Yarmouth. Genrires 
Brown : Lum-nburg, D. Owen, sr. ; Liverpool, J. M.Vwtg; 
Annapolis, D. Owen, jr ; Little Grace Bay, C. II Rigby ; 



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Pictou. II. Primrose. Vice- Consul, St.Jnlm.fi .R., Henry 
Jack : Consular Agents, St. Andrew s, N. Y. Greatht-nr! : 
St. Stephen s, D Brown; St. Geime, S.Johnson; Cora- 
qiteltt . and Shippeyan, J. R. Do-van Vice- Cons-nix, Cliar- 
toltetown, P E. I , J S. Carvel 1. St. John s. Newfound 
land, Don Jose Modesto Blanco; Hurl/our Grace V. II. 
Ridley; Owsular Agents, Trinity, A. II. Cole: Greens- 
pr>nd,J.li Noonan ; Inulingutt, Duder : Fugo. Day 

Findlater; HOST, Blanche.. P. Sorsolie.l : La Poile. 

Burin, F. Berleau; Harbour Briton, P. Hubert; 

Gaultris, W. Crallop. Vice-Consul, St. Pierre < Mtqiidon. 
J. F. Mazier. 

SWEDEN ANB Now AT. Consul, Quebec, A. Falketiberc;. Vice- 
Consuls, Montreal, Henry Chapman; Escnumainx. John 
E. Barry : Siigufnaj/, David Price Hoble ; Tririx Pisto es, 
Nazaire Tetn; Itimnuski and Matane, George Svlvain; 
G Spe, J. J. I.C wndes; Dalliousie. N.B., Geo. Iladilon; 
iliramichi. Richard Hutchison; Richifmcto. Robt. Hut- 
chinson; Buctouclie.. J. Bowser; Sfiediac. Richard Scovjl; 
St. .jolm. John Cudlip; hatlwrat, John Ferguson, jr.; 
Halifax. N.S , Jas. B. Oxley ; Puywash, H. G. Piueo, jr. ; 
Yarmouth, J M. Moody: Sydney, CB, Wm. II. Archi 
bald, jr. ; St. John s, Newfoundland, Robert H. Prowse. 

UNITED STATES OP AMERICA. Consul-General, M mtreal, W. 
A. L>Hrt. Dep. Consul- General, Montreal. J. R. Keynnlds. 
Omsuls. Clifton, H. S Chilton ; fort E ic, A. C. Phillips; 
Goiierich, Almon A. Thompson; Hamilton, F. N. Bbike; 
Kittysttm, S. B. Hance; P/escott, C S. Sims; Port Surix a. 
Samael D. Pace; Toronto, Albert D Shaw; Windsor, 
G. W. Swift; Cnaticnnk, Edwin Vaughn ; Qiidw, F. G L. 
Struve: Halifax, N. 8. M. M . ackfon ; l ,cton, A r .5., 
Oscar Maloiros: St. John s, N. B , Darius B. Warner; 
St. John s, Newfoundland, T. N. Malloy; Chnrlottttown 
P.K.I., D. M. Murne; St. John, Q, W. Harman. 

URCOUAT. Consul, Montreal. F. W. Henshn.w ; St. Jnlm s, 
N.K., J. RobfirtKin: Consular Aije-i.ts, Quebec, Chun I . 
Champion; Tliw Hivf.n, James 



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THE ROYAL FAMILY. 



HER MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY (ALEXANDRIA) VICTORIA, 
By the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great 
Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of the Faith. Her 
Majesty, the only daughter and heir of the late Prince 
Edward, Duke of Kent, fourth son of King George III., and 
of Victoria-Maria-Louisa (Princess Dowager of Leinengen), 
Duchess of Kent, and sister of the King of the Belgians. 
Her Majesty was born at Kensington Palace, on the 24th 
of May, 1819 ; baptised on the 24th of June, 1819 ; ascended 
the throne on the demise of her uncle. King William IV., 
20th June, 1837 ; and was crowned at Westminster, on the 
28th June, 1838. Her Majesty was married at St. James s 
Palace, 10th February, 1840, to his late Royal Highness 
Francis - Albert - Augustus - Charles - Emmanuel, Duke of 
Saxe, Prince of Coburg and Gotha, who died Dec. 14, 1861. 

ISSUE. Victoria-Adelaide-Mary-Louisa, Princess Royal, b. 
21st November, 1840 ; married 25th January, 1858. at the 
Chapel Royal, to His Royal Highness Prince-i reaerick- 
William-Nicolas-Charle! of Prussia. 

Albert-Edward, Prince of Wales, b. 9th Nov. 1841. Mar 
ried 10th March, 1863, at St. George s Chapel, Windsor. 



to her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Denmark. 
Issue: Albert- Victor-Christian-Ed ward, b. Jau.8, 1864. 
George-Frederick-Ernest-Albert, b. June 3, 1865. Louisa- 
Victoria- Alexandra-Dagmar, b. Feb. 20, 1867. Victoria- 
Alexandra-Olga-Mary, b. July 6, 1868. Maud Char 
lotte-Mary-Victoria, b. Nov. 26, 1869. Alexander- John- 
Charles- Albert, b. April 6, 1871, d April 7, 1871. 

Alice-Maud-Mary, b. 25th April, 1843. Married 1st July, 
1862, at Osborne, to His Royal Highness Prince Frederiek- 
William-LouiB of Hesse-Darmstadt. 

Alfred-Ernest-Albert, b. 6th August, 1844. 

Helena-Augusta-Victoria, b. 25th May, 1846. Married 5th 
July, 1866, at Windsor Castle, to his Royal Highness 
Prince Frederick-Christian-Charles-Augustus, of Schlos- 
wig- Holstein- Sonderburg-Augustenburg. 

Louise-Caroline-Alberta, b. 18th March, 1848. Married 
21st March, 1871, at St. George s Chapel, Windsor, to 
the Right Hon. John-George-Edward-Henry-Douglas- 
Suthf rland Campbell, Marquis of Lome. 

Arthur-William-Patrick-Albert, b. 1st May, 1850. 

Leopold-George-Duncan-Albert, b. 7th April. 1853. 

Beatrice-Mary- Victoria-Foodore, b. 14th April, 1857. 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT OTTAWA. 



GOVERNOR GENERAL AND STAFF [Eastern Block]. His 
Excellency Baron LiBB|ar, P.O.. G.C.B., G.C.M.G.. Governor 
General of Canada, &c. &c. &c. Stuff F. Turville, Gover 
nor s Secretary; Lieut. Col. J. C. McNeill, V. C., Military 
Secretary ; Lieut. Col. Irvine, Principal Aide de Camp ; 
Lieut. Col. Duchesnay, Lieut. Col. Bernard, Lieut. Col. 
Cumberland, Extra Aides de Camp. 

GOVERNOR S SECRETARY S OFFICE (Eastern Block). F. 
Tnrvilie. Secretary; II. Cotton, Chief Clerk; J. Kidd, 2nd 
Clerk ; J. Burrows, 3rd Clerk ; G. Smith, Messenger. 

Deputy Governors (for signing money warrants), William 
Henry Lee and Wm. A. Hiinsworth. 



PRIVY CODNCIL. 



Minister of Justice 4 Alt. Gen. 






A Macdonald, 



Minister of Militia and Defence, Hon. Sir G. E. Cartier, Bt. 
Minister of Customs .................. Hon. S. L. Tilley, C.B. 

Minister of Marine & Fisheries ..Hon. Peter Mitchell. 



Postmaster General Hon. Alex. Campbell. 

Receiver General Hon. J. C. Chapais. 

Minister of Public Works Hon. H. L. Laugevin, C.B. 

Secretary of State for Provinces. Hon. Joseph How. 

Minister of Finance {^K.OJiS " inC K8 B " 

Minister of Agricvlturt Hun. Christopher Dunkin. 

Secretary of State for Canada. ..Hon. James Aikins. 

Minister of Inland Revenv/e Hon. James Morris. 

President of Privy Council Hon. Chnrles Tupper, C.B. 

Officers. Wm. Henry Lee, Clerk of the Privy Council; 
Wm. A. Himsworth, Assistant do. 

Clerks. J. 0. Cote, F. H. Himsworth, H. Alexander, 
Wm. Horace Lee. Doorkeeper, M. Naughten. Messengers, 
Joseph Cairns, Patrick Batterton. 

Commissioners per dedimus potestatem. Wm. Henry Lee 
and Wm. A. Himsworth. 

Commissioners (for signing warrants under the Habeas 
Corpus Suspension Act), Wm. H. Lee, W. A. Himsworth. 



FOR THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



SENATORS. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



SENATORS. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Hon. 



SENATE OF CANADA. 

Hon. JOSEPH E. CAUCHON, Speaker (Quebec.) 

FOR THS PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. FOR THE PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

SENATORS. P. 0. ADDRESS 

Hon. Sir Kdward Kenny Halifax 

" A. Macfarlane Wallace, N. S. 

" T. D. Archibald ... Sydney. C. B. 

" Roberts. Dickey Amherst 

" Ezra Churchill Hautsport 

" John Holmes Pictou 

" Jtremiah Northup Halitkx 

" John Locke Shelbourae 

Caleb R. Bill King s County 

" John Bourinot Sydney 

William Miller Halifax 

" A. W. McLelan Londonderry 

FOR THE PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

SENATORS. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hon. A. E. Botsford...Westcock,Wmd. 

" John Glasier Sunbury, N.B. 

" John Robertson...St. John, N.B. 

" Robert L. Hazen...St. John, N.B. 

" William H. Odell... Frederickton 

" David Wark Richibucto 

Wm. H. 8teeves...8t. John, N.B. 

u James Dever St. John, N.B. 

< John Ferguson Bathurgt 

R. D.WHmot, Belmont, Sunbury 

A. R.McClelan, Hopewell, Alb.Co. 

Peter Mitchell, Newcastle, Mlra. 



John Hamilton Kingston 

Roderick Matheson Perth 

Frank Smith Toronto 

Samuel Mills Hamilton 

Benjamin Seymour ... Port Hope 

Walter H. Dickson Niagara 

James Shaw Smith H Falls 

Jas. R. Benson ... St. Catharines 
Alexander Campbell... Kingston 

David Christie Pa is 

James Cox Aikins Richview 

David Reesor Markham 

Elijah Leonard London 

"\VilliamMcMaster Toronto 

Asa A. Burnham Cobourg 

John Simpson Bowmanville 

James Skead Ottawa 

David L Macpherson ... Toronto 

Robert Read Belleville 

Donald McDonald Toronto 

Oliver Blake Waterford 

Billa Flint Belleville 

Ebenezer Perry Cobourg 

George W. Allan Toronto 



Hon. James Leslie Montreal 

" A.B.Foster Waterloo 

" J. C. Chapais Kamouraska 

" Louis A. Olivier Berthier 

" Jacques 0. Bureau Montreal 

" Charles Malhiot... Pointe du Lac 

" L. Renaud...Ste.Martine,Chatea. 

" Luc L. de St. Just ... Riv. Ouelle 

" Ulric Joseph Tessier Quebec 

" John Hamilton ... Hawkesbury 

" Charles Cormier Plesslsville 

" Louis Panet Quebec 

David E. Price Chicoutimi 

" L. Dumouchel...St. Theresede B. 

Louis Lacoste Boucherville 

" J. F. Armand...Riv. des Prairies 

" Charleg Wilson Montreal 

William H. Chaffers ... St. Cesaire 

" Jean B. Guevremont Sorel 

" James Ferrier Montreal 

" Joseph E. Cauchon ...... ...Quebec 

" Thomas Ryan Montreal 

" John S. Sanborn Sherbrooke 



PERMANENT OFFICERS OF THE SENATE OF CANADA. Robt. LeMoine, Clerk, Master in Chancery, Cashier and Accountant ; 
Fennings Taylor. Deputy Clerk, Clerk Assistant and Master in Chancery ; E. L. Montizambert, Law Clerk, Clerk of 
Committees and English Translator; J. Adamson, 1st English Clerk; Peter Miller, 2nd English Clerk ; J. G. Bonrinot, 

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3rd K.nglisli Clerk and Shorthand Writer; Neil McLean, English Clerk ami Clerk of Private Bills; A.A.Boucher. 
1st PtoBch TVan.-lator and Clerk; Alfred G-arneau, 2nd French Translator and Clerk; I. de St. Denis LaMoiue. ; d 
Knni -U Translator and Serwaui-at- Arms ; Victor E. Tessier, Clerk of French Journal* ; Rev John Johnston, Chaplain ; 
R.- 10 Kimbi r. Gentleman Uflier of the Black Rod; J. B. Myrand, Postmaster; Samuel Skinner, Housekeeper; 1 ettn- 
Katies , Su -ikn;- ri Messenger; K. B-jttereU, Doorkeeper ; Peter Dunne, Assistant Housekeeper, News Rooru, Ac., per- 
Tn.-f.nent; .lames Wjnjjfield Assistant Doorkeeper. Wardrobe, Ac., permanent; Frodk. Gilbert, Messenger, permanent ; 
,! lines f) ihrrtv, Tbomns Wheeler, Louis Robi aille, John Dunne, A.Boucher, A. Douaire, J. C. Young, Messengers. 
Sessional ; J Wlngtteld, J. N. Rattey, K. Burk, Pages, Sessional. 

ADORSSS. To the. Honorable the Senate of the Dominion of Canada, in Parliament assembled. 

The 1 etition of 

[Plan*, and date..] Humbly sheweth, That, Ac. 

HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

Hon. JAMES COCKBURN, Speaker. 



CON STITDENCIBS. 

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Annetpulit 
A tii;i<mi*h 



&iiince 



ll>ti-iventu.rt 
flAkwf.ll 
Br-int, N.K 
lli-ant, .V/t 
lirw -sville, TH. 



Hi-w, X.K 
Ui-ii -,-, S./l 
< .,(/ tirrtint 



Qnpf."n 

Oirnwill, Tit 
Outnhr.rlu.Tvi 



Druw?ii<tArthab 

D iniias 

/>r, w?n, K. R. .. 
D-irkam. W tf... 
E!;in, K. II ....... 

K(/I,I, \V. li 



ftrenvM", S. It. 
Grf.y, N. K 
G*.y, S. it 
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Hamilton, City. 
Ifutnts 

Jfas i/tys, E S. 
Hastings, N. R. 
Hastings, W.R. 
IlvJtdaga 



Huron, N. R. . 

Huron, S. R 

Jberville 

Inverness 

Jtict] iesCartier. 

Juliette 

Kamouraska 



MEMBERS. P. O. ADDRESS. 

Jamas N". Ltpum ........ Napanee 

John Wallace ............ Hillsboro, N. B. 

F. W. Cumberland ...... Toronto 

William II. Hay ......... Clementsport, NS 

Hugh McDonald ......... Antigonish, M.S. 

llon.J.J G Abbott ...... Montreal 

Pierre 3. Geudrou ..... St. Rosalie 

Christian II. Pozer ...... St. George, Q. 

Michael Cayley ............ BeanharnoU 

Telesphore Foamier ....Quebec 

Anseime II. Paquet ...... St. Cuthbert 

Theodore Robitaille ...... New Carlisle 

David Mills ............... Bothwell 

John V. Bown ............ Brantford 

Il.m. E. B. Wood ......... Brantford 

.James Crawford ......... Brock villa 

Uuii. C. Dunkin ......... Ottawa 

Alexander Sproat ...... Wiilkurton 

Frauds Hurdon ......... Kincardine 

Hon. Jas. MoK-ettgney... Sydney, N . 3. 
Thos>. R. Feruuson ...... C >okstown 

.lion Chas. Couuell ...... Woo-.lstock, N. B. 

John H.ilines ............ Carp 

I .a.-iile Benoit ............ St. Hubert 

Hon. John J. Ross ..... St.AonedelaPar. 

Simon X. Ciuiou ......... Malbaie 

iohn liolton ............... St.Stephens, N.B. 

Hon. L. H. liolton ...... Montreal 

-ViuTTe A, Treinblay ...... Chicoutimi 

K M. Pearson ............ Truro, N S. 

Hon John II. Pope. ...Cookshire 

Hon. J. S. Macdouald ...Cornwall 
lion. C. Tupper, C.B. ...Ottawa 

Alfred W. Sarery ...... Digby, N. S. 

Hi >n.H.L.Lan<;evin ) C.B. Ottawa 
ljlxfi* A. Senocal ......... Pierreville 

John S. Ross .............. Troquois 

. Francis U. Burton ...... 1 ort Hope 

.Bdward Blake ............ Toronto 

Thomas W. Dobbie ...... Tilsinburfj 

John II. Muoroe ......... W rt rdsvi!le 

John O Connor ............ Windsor 

Gi-orge A. Kirkpatrick .Kingston 
Pierre Fortiu ............ Laprairie 

Donald A Uacdonald... Alexandria 
Hon. T. W. Anglin ...... St. John, S. B. 

. Walter Shanly ............ Montreal 

George Snider ............ Owen Sound 

Oeor>;e Jackson ......... Bentinck 

Hon.S. Campbell ......... CJuysboro , N.S. 

David Thompson ......... Indiana 

f Alfrwd Ji>nes ............ Halifax 

t Patrick Power ......... Htlitax 

John U hite ............... Milton 

. Charles Magill ............ Hamilton 

Hon. Joseph Ilowti ...... Ottawa 

. John Whits ............... Roslin 

. Mackenzie Bowdll ...... Belleville 

.James Brown ............ BelleviHa 

Hon. A. A. Dorlon ...... Montreal 

Julius Scriver . ........... Hemmingford 

.Joseph Whitehead ...... Clinton 

Malcolm C. Cameron ...Goderich 
Francois Bechard ......... Iberville 

Hugh Cameren ............ Mabou, N. S. 

.G. G. Gaucher ............ St Genevieve 

Francois B. Godln ...... Jollette 

C. A. P. Pelletler ......... Quebec 



CONST1TDKNCIES. 

AV./iC,, jV. li. 

Kent, 
Kiny s, JV. B 
King s, A". !) . 



MHM:IJ:US. 



p. o. ADOH^SS. 
Buctouehtj. N.K. 
Chatham, 0. 
Stiidholni, N. B. 
Kciitville, N.S. 
Otr.ivva 



.. Kutus S ejjhens,in ...... 

..(JL- ir^n Kyiin ............... 

.. UsviTBt OrfV. Cliipman 

.Si.-.). A. M.-D.mald.K.C.B. 
Lanhtim ............ AlexanderMiickenzie ... 

Lanark, JV. R. ...Hon VV.VU-Uouirall.C B. Toronto 

Lanark, S. K. ...Alexander Mori is ...... Ottawa 

Laprairie ......... ;\ltr*-d Pinsi)rj:iault ...Montreal 

L Assumption ...Hon. I,. Arelinml)eault...L Assoinption 
Laval ................ Joseph II. liellnroee ...... St.Vin.de Paul 

Leeds (t-Gren.jY.R Fram-i.s .Jones ............ Kemptville 

Leeds, S. Jt ........ 1 ilin Cmwlord ............ J .irooto 

Lf.nnox ............ Kichnrd.T.Oai -twrijiht ...Kiiigstoa 

L< i-is ............... Hon. J. O. Ulnnchut ...Leris 

Lincnln ............ 1 homas II. Men-itt ...... St. Oatljfirlncs 

Lixgar ................ John Srlmlty. ............. Vi inijipeg, M. 

L klf.t ............... Barth61einy 1 ouliot ...t. lsle,t 

London, City ...... Hon. John Curling ...... London 

Lvtbii/iere ......... Henry (>. July ............ Quebec 

lMne.nba.ry. ....... K. M. McD,)uaid ......... Halifax, N.S. 



Maslcinonye ...... Oorge Caron ............ St. Leon 

?l"i/iuiiic ........ linn. (Jnor^f- Irvine ...... Quebec 

M"l<l f.sfx, E. K (V.nvell \Villson ......... Arva 

Mid ilKsex, N, ff. Thomas Scatcherd ...... London 

HidaUeatx, W. /. .An,- us P. McDonald ...fllencoe 
IKtttoquai ......... U..-or:ie B. Baker ........ Cownnsville 

M inck .............. l^icililin M^llm ...... Stromuesa 

Jfriittcalix ......... Philemon Dua;a< .......... 

Mtntmagny ...... HOD. J. 0. Beaubien ...Montmagny 

Montmorency ____ .Teari Lan^lois ............ Quebec 

Mnnt.rwl, Cwfrc. Thomas Workman ...... Montreal 

Mnntr .^, A ,ist...Sir G. K. Carrier Bart. Ottawa 
Montreal, \Vkst ...Michael V. tiyan ......... Montivul 

NnpiervUlf ...... Sixtr. C. dii !, llei:, tf ...i>.vo .U: 

Niagara, Tnivn . AII^ UI M irriuDii ......... Toronto 

JVtcn/et ............ Joseph Oandet ............ (Jentiily 

Norfolk N. It. ...Aquilii Walsh ............ Simtve 

NirrfoUt, S. R. ...Peter Law-ion ............ Port Dover 

Nirrthuni d, N.B. Richard Hnti-hison ...... Miramichi, N.B. 

Nnrthwn.O.,K.R Joseph Keeler ............ Colborne 

Nort.h m. O., W.Kllcm. Jas. Cockburn ...... Cotxiuv^ 

Ontario, A . / ....John H. Th rnnin......Cannington 

Ontario, S. 11. ...Thoman N. Glbhs ......... Oslin-.va 

utt/uyii, City ...... Joseph M. Currier ...... Ottawa 

Ottawa, Ct> ......... A!on?.o Wri-. ht ............ lr<>nide. Hull 

Uxfurri, ?. ft. ... 1 homns olivi-r ............ Woodstock 

Orf,ird, S. It. ...K. V. Bd.twfll ............ [n.aei-.^.ll 

PffJ. .................. Hon. J. II. f.Vrit-rou ...T l-mitn 

forth, A". R ....... 7am.?* Krlr nr<l ....... ...Straff rd 

l y rtfi, S. K ....... U lb-irt MacKarlnne ...... Str.iti^d 

PtlArbarrf, K. K >Vrexrin M. Drover ...... N orwixid 

Pftf.rbora , IK 7i .Chirl>-* IVrry ............ Peterl oio 

Piclou ............... J. \V. C lrmich-**! ......... ^ww Jliis-^oiv. \.S 

Pontiac ........ .. KiiuiunJ H-nth ......... l orta; du Fort 

Portneuf. ............ Juan I). Brontoeau ...... QIIH IPC 

Prescott ........... Albert Ha^ar ............ Planra^enut 

Prince Kiioitrd... \fa\lat Konu ............... Picton 

Pcave.ndif.r ......... Pierre D.;L >rme ......... St. Xouert, M. 

Quebec, Centre ... George H. Simnrd ...... Quebec 

Quebec, Enst ...... Adolphe Tourangeau ...Quelnac 

Quebec, West ...... Hon. Thos. McGreevey Quebec 

Quebec, Co ......... Hon. P. J.O.Chauveau... Quebec 

Queen s, N. B. ...John Ferris ............... Queen s, N. B. 

Queen t, AC S. ...James F. Forbes ......... Liverpool, N S 

Renfrew, N". fi...Hoa.8ii F.Hincks, C.B. Ottawa 
Renfrew, S. R.. .John L. SIcDougall ...... Runfrew 



* Special Ketoru. No Mernler returned. 
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[1872. 



CONSTITCK-Vc;;.-. 



l-;ickm/nv1. ;V. .s. 
liiohm d 



fiouville 



St. John,N~.B. .. 
S . John, PT.B. ., 
K. Hi/acinthe . 
St. John s, Q.... 

,S , ;/-/Vfc ..... .. . ... 
Sheif-ird 



tyterbrooke, Tn. 
Simcoe., S. R.... 
Stanstead 



Tltree Rivers 



MM Mil ens. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

,.&<*i~& M pffiitt D.tlh-iusid, N.B. 

..;. !. Hart he Sorcl 

.Na.ii 1 . Ij- v-s. inte Arichat, N.S. 

. Wiiliatn II. Webb Helbourna 

.( te Tgo Svlviin Flimnuski 

.G. Cheva l St. Hilaire 

..l-inies A. Grunt Ottawa 

.11 m. S. L. Tillcy.C.B.. ..Ottawa 

.lion. John II. Gray Ottawa 

,. I/mis Delorme St. Ilyacinthe 

,. Franco!* I3ourassa St. Jean (Mil.) Q. 

.Kile Lscerte Yamaehichi 

.0. A. Smith II.B.II. Montreal 

.Hon. L. S. II imtington... Montreal 

.Thomas Coffin Barrington, N. S. 

..Sir A. T. Gait, K.C.M.G.Sherbrooke 
.Thomas D. McConkey.-.Barrie 

..William C. Little Allendaba 

.L. II. Masson Cotean Jjanding 

..Charles C. Colby Stanstead 

,.S imunl Ault Aultsville 

..Charles Burpee Sheffield, N.B. 

..C. F A. Bertrand Isle Verte 

,.fj. F R. M-isson Terrebonna 

..Wm. MeDougall Three Rivers 



CONSTITUENCIES. MEMBERS. P. 0. A1JDHOS. 

Toronto, <. James Beaty Toronto 

Toronto, Wst ...Robert A. Ilirrisou Toronto 

i..Jea,n !1. Oa>\nt St. Eustache 

Donald McMillan Ki_:iuil 

rerc tires Felix Geoffo-jon Vercberes 

Victoria, N. 7?....Tolm Costigan Grand Fall*. N.B. 

Victoria, N. S....Wm. Koss St. Amies, N.3. 

ricloria,0., A T . /i.John Morison Wooilville 

Victoria, O.. S.R.Qeorge Kempt Lindsay 

Waterloo, N. R... Isaac E. Bowman St. Jacobs 

Waterloo, S. ft... James Young Gait 

Wdlnnd Thomas C. Street Chippawa 

Wellington, 0. R. James Ross Cumnock 

Wellington, A A .Gaorge A. Drew ...lUora 

Wellington, S. R. David Stirton Guelph 

Wtntworth, TV. A . James McMonies Waterdown 

Wtntworth, S. /(".Joseph Rymal Barton 

Westmorland lion. A. J. Smith Dorchester 

Yamaska Molse Fortier St. Davids 

Yarmouth Frank Killarn Yarmouth, N.S. 

York, N.B John Pickard Frederictou, N.B. 

York, O., E, #...James Metcaife Toronto 

York, O., N.R...3nm<ts P.Weils King 

York,0., }KA . ...Amos Wright Toronto 



OFKIOP.RS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. W. B. Lindsay, Clerk of the House; Alfred Patr/.-V. Deputy Clerk nr.<1 f <>rk 
Assistant; Win. Fanning, Second Assistant Clerk and Translator of Votes and Proceeding , Journal- ; D. IV. M i s- 
lioHelt. sergeant-at-Arm.s. Law Department G. VV. Wicksteed, Law Clerk; K. P. Dorion, AL- ; ,ant Law Clerk aii l Chief 
French Translator; Win. Wilson, jr., Assistant Law Clerk and Chief English Translator. Accountants Department 
Thomas Vaux. Accountant; Joshua Stansfeld, Assistant Accountant and Book-keeper. Department of Routine and 
Records F. McGillivray, Clerk of Routine and Records. Gentral Department II. Plartney, Chief Office Clerk an;! 
Clerk of tli e Joint Committee of both Houses on Printing; II. B. Stuart, English Writing Clerk; K. Denechair.l. 
French Writing Cl* k ; .1. II. T. Blais, H. R. Smith, H. Lindsay, J. S. Sloane, C. Panet, Win. Bowles, J. E. B. MuCroady, 
and R. McG. Moifat, Junior Clerks. Committf.e Department J. P. Lepri.hon, Clerk of Controverted Elections. 
Private flit! Department Alfred Tojd. Chif Clerk of Committeos, and Clerk of Private Bills ; T. Patrick, Second 
Clerk of Committees, and Clerk of Railway Committees; F. X. Blaneh->t, Third Clerk of Committees. Vutes n>< t . /> 
eeedings II. Poetter, Clerk of Votes and Proceedm?s. French Trantlators >epartm"nt F. G. Cours 11-s. .1. F. 
viini^ras, K. Blain, H. A. McCoy, Assistant Fi ench Translators. Eny is/i Trans/a(arif Department \Vm. Wilson. 
F. Hayes. Assistant English Translators. Journal Department W. B. Ross, English Journal Clerk ; P. Rivet, French 
Journal Clerk; A. G. D. Taylor, Clerk of Petitions. Library Department Alpheus Todd, Librarian; A.G. Lajoie, 
Assistant Librarian : A. Laperriere and A. Todd, Library Clerks. Post Office Department F. N. Belcourt, Postmaster ; 
K. Pelletier, Post Office Messenger. Department of Sergeant-at-arms A. L, Cardinal, (Jhief Messenger; 0. Vincent, 
Library Messenger ; J. O Connor, Door-keeper ; Jos. Lemonde, Speaker s Messenger; Wm. Graham, Messenger; James 
Hoy, Library Messenger; Ed. Stacey. Messenger; Edward Storr, Assistant Door-keeper; Etienne Roy. Joseph Brown, 
0. Koberge, 51. Laflamuie, A. Elliott, E. Asselin, N. Turgeon, Messengers; J. Fitzsimmons, G. Smith, Night Watchmen. 

ADDRESS To the Honourable the House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada, in Parliament assembled. 

The Petition of 

[ Place and date.] Humbly sheweth, That, &c. 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. Hon. Sir J. A. Macdonald, 
K.C.B , Minister of Justice and Attorney-General; Hewitt 
Bernard, Deputy Minister of Justice; John Stuart, Cuas. 
Drinkwater, Frederick White, Edward Radford, and F. G. 
Becher, Clerks; Patrick Lynch, F. Curran, Messengers. 

CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT \ Eastern Block]. Hon. S.L. Tilley, 
C.B., Minister of Customs; R. S. M. Bouchette, Commis 
sioner; J. Johnson, Assistant Commissioner; J. Drysdale, 
Book-keeper ; J. W. Peachy, Corresponding Clerk ; J. R. 
Audy, Clerk of Seizures and Forms; G. A. Mailleue. P. E. 
Sheppard, H. C. Hay, W. A. Bell, C. P. Bliss, P. C. Ryan, 
R. II. Mackay. J. F. Wolff. C. F. Stevens. J S. Fairweather, 
G. V. Ince, G. W. Grant, T. I. Watters, and C. II. Harding, 
Clerks; H. Kavarnah, and F. H. Knight, Inspectors of 
Ports; J. Walls and P. Connolly, Messengers. 

COLLECTORS OP CUSTOMS. 

Those marked thus* are Warehousing Ports. 
Amhertt* J. J. Fox. Dover* J. P. Barrett. 

Amherstburg* E. Anderson. Dundas* W. B. Gwyn. 



Dundee* E. D. Phillips. 
DunnviUe, W. A. Macrae. 
Elgin, R. P. McMillan. 
Jtnrt Erie,* R. Graham. 
Frelighsburgh, II. J. Parker. 



Belleville,* A. Dixon. 

Brantford,* D. Curtis, jr. 

TSrighton, M. K. Lockwood. 

Bi-oclcville,* George Easton. 

Harwell, E.A. Dunham. 

Chatham,* J.G.Pennefather. Oananoque, J. Ormiston. 

CYappawa*C. St.G.Yarwood. Gaspe,* J. 0. Belleau. 

CLarencemUe, Chas. Stewart. Goderich,* D. Doty. 

Cliftrm* W. Leggett. 

Cbaticook* W. S. Williams. 

fdiourg* George Perry. 

(Mborne* W. A. Rooth. 

Cornwall*, R. K. Bullock. 

Cranui/ie.* J. M. Merriman. Kingnnlle, J. King. 

Darlington,* John Ktnkin. Lacolle, A. Holden. 



Ondph* E. Carthew. 
Hamilton* W. H. Kittson. 
Hcmnvingford, M. Sweet. 
Hope* M. Whitehead. 
Kingston,* W. B. Simpson. 



Rmuan, P. Bennett, 
JfusseUovrn, R. Rogers. 
Samia,* J. W. Verner. 
Saugeen, W. Keith. 
Sautt Sic. Marie* J. Wiloon. 
Stanley,* W. Hemphill. 
Star/stead, C. S I Jmmii Jl. 
St. Githarines, J. Clark. 
St. Johns* B. Buslaiul. 
Stratford, Jno. Hamilton. 
Sutton, B. Seaton. 
T/iree Riivrs, C. li. Godby. 



Wattaceimrgh. C. Fraser. 
Whitby,* W. Warren. 
Windsor* Wm. Benson. 
Woodstock,*Vf . Il.Vanlngen. 



London* J. B. Strathy. 

Montreal,* A. Deli.-li>. 

ilorrisburg, Hiram Carman. 

Napanee, John Beuson. 

New Carlisle,* John Fraser. 

A~ewcastte. H. Farncomb. 

Niagara,* W. Kirby 

OtktcvilisS R. K. Chisholm. 

O.ihawa* 0. Walsh. 

Ottawa, D. Graham. 

Owen Sound, VV. A. Stephens. 

Pan s,* F. II. Haycock. 

Pcnetanguish . W. V.Rutlodge Toronto,* James li. Smith 

Philipsburg, W. W. Smith. Trenton* A. Macaulay. 

Picton,* J. Hoblin. 

Potton. George Gunn. 

Pretcott* II. D. Jessup. 

Quebec,* J. W. Dunscomb. 

Itimouski,* P. L. Gauvreau. 

INLAND RKTENUE DKPARTMENT. Hon. A.Morris, Minister 
of Inland Revenue: Alfred Brunei, Commissioner; Kichanl 
Shaw, Corresponding Clerk; E. Miall. jun., Accountant; 
J. F. Brown, F. Measam, Richard Nettle, Richardson Bor- 
radaile, A. Begg, William Himsworth, jun., E. D. Clark 
(Secretary to Minister of Inland Revenue), B. II. TeakUs. 
and M. Battle, Clerks; John BWJer and George Fowler. 
Messengers. 

District Inspectors of Inland Revenue. Henry Godson, 
of Toronto, for Toronto District; A. N. Striker, of Prescott, 
for Kingston District ; C. E. Romain, of Gnelph,f >r London 
District; R. Bellemare, of Montreal, for Montreal District; 
J. M. Lemoine, of Quebec, for Quebec District; Thomas 
Hanford, of St. John, for New Brunswick; A. Patterson , 
ol Halifax, for Nova Scotia. John Davis, of Toronto, As 
l sistant Inspactor of Distilleries. 

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51 



L iNAN;. E DEPARTMENT. [Eastern Block]. Sir Francis 
Kinok*, K.C.M.O. & C.B , Minister of Kin.mee; J. Laugtou, 
Auditor; Wm. Dickinson, Doputy Inspector General: Hon. 
,1uhn Simpson, Assistant Auditor; Thorn is Ross, Clerk of 
Continzencies; Xorris Godard, Thos. Cruse, C. J. Anderson, 
<i. M. .Tarvii R. W. Baxter, J. A. Torrance, Robt. O Reilly, 
Book-keepers; M. A. Higgins, Warrant Clerk; Archibald 
Cary, Debenture Clerk; Thomas Hector, Insurance Clm-k: 
W. A. Blaekmore, Private Secretary: J. Patterson, E. C. 
Barber, J. B. Simpson, W. H. Cotton, T. Cross, G. Aumond, 
Walter Orde, Clerks; C. W. Jones, J. Young, J. Rhodes, 
Stationery Office; Patrick Fender, Joaa Pander, Thomas 
Coad, Messengers. 

DEPARTMENT OP MILITIA AND DEFENCE. Hon. Sir G. E. 
Cartier, Bart., Minister of Militia and Defence : Major Geo. 
Eutvove, Deputy Minister; Col. Robertson Ross. Adjut. 
General of Militia; Lieut. Col. Walker Powell, Deputy 
Afljut. General. Office nf Minister of Militia, and Defence 
[ Eastern Block] B. Suite, J. R. K. Chaploau, H. D. J. Lane, 
Clerks, John W. Gow, Messenger. Account Branch. 
Robt. Berry. Chief Clerk and Accountant; C. H. O Meara, 
K. Gc-linas. W. H. Auinond, M. F- X. Huot, Clerks; Napol. 
Casault, Messensr. Adjutant- General s Office [Western 
Block]. W. R. Wr