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NEWimJNSWICK 

ALMANACK, 



FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 



1879. 



BEING THE THIRD YEAR AFTBR LEAP YEAR, AND THE 
FORTY SECOND YEAR OF THE BEIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA. 



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Fire, Life, Marine and Guarantee Insurance 

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QOEEN INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OFLIVERPOOL& LONDON. 

CAPITAL TEN MILLION DOLLARS. 

The Losses by the St. John conflagration amounted to .$732,709.89, 
all of which was paid in full without discounts, immediately on the 
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Druggists' Sundries. 

STATIONERY, TWINES, SHOE THREAD, 

Pipes and Purser, 

Oaccieii ao,cl, Field, Seeds. 



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business, is now the largest and most comi)lete of tlie kind in the Lower 
Provinces ; and we respectfully solicit buj-ers to call and get one 
of our Trade Tataloguos, and examine our stock, which we are selling 
Wholesale and Retail at the lowest market rates, and on the nujst 
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CLOTECS, COTTOISrS, 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, 

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Spoons, Forks, and Knives. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

B3f Please call and examine my stock and prices. 
It will pay you to do so. 

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I. & F. 15URFEE & CO, 

OOENER DOCK AND UNION STREETS, 

DEALERS IN 
Lowiiioor, Swede, Refiuotl 

AND COMMON BAR IRON, 

Pi^ Iroiij Russia, G.alv.aiiized, R. G., 
Common, Sheet and Hoop Iron, 

Axe, Cast, Spring, Sleigh-shoe, Tire & GanllLing, 

TIN: 

Ingot, Sheet, I. C, D. C, I. X., Strip. 

PLOUGH PLATE MOUNTINGS AND SHEARS, 

ANVILS, BELLOWS AND VICES, 

Deck Spikes, Clineli Rings and Washers, Tarred 

and Manilla Rope, Cable C'liains, all sizes, 

Tar, Pitchy Rosin, Oakum, 



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Springs and Axles. 

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WHOLESALE AJYI^ RE TALL. 

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TRUNK AND VALISE WAREROOMS, 

65 King Street (Doherty Block), ' 

SAINT JOHN. JV. B, 



MANUFACT.UUER OF EVKUY DESCKIPTION OF 

TRVNHS, YALISES, B:is;s Satchels, Illasonic and 
Knights of Pythias llat and Regalia Boxes, &e. 

Dealer in English and American make of 

SOLID SOLE LEATHER TRUJJKS km VALISES. 

Always in stock, alarge variety of School, Sliawl ami Trunk Straps, 
Ladies' Hat Boxes, &c. &c. 

The subscriber is the only one in the trade in this city who attaches 
the " I'ox Patent Keyless Coud)iuatiou Look," to Trunks which has 
given so much satisfaction to < 'omuiercial Travellers, and others. 

Call and examine mj' stock before purchasing elsewhere, llemembcr 
the number. 

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Prompt Returns ISHade. 

Under Park Hotel, : : : : Saint John, K B. 



Goods Delivered to Haihvay and Steamer Free. 









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LONDON HOUSE 

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F. CLEMEKTSOx\ & CO, 

Manufacturers, IiujMirters and Dealers in 

CHINA, GLASS, • 



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LAMPS AND I^AMP GOODS, 

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Assorted Crates always ]» stock. 



Artificial Flowers, 

In Great Variety. 




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1879.] ADVEHTI8EMENT8. 



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DepoBlted with (Joveriiinent $l()l,!M>i for the proteetion of PoUcy Holders. 

HON. ALEX. Mckenzie, M. P President, 

GEORGE GREW, Esq., Vice-President. 

DIRECTORS FOR ONTARIO. 



Hon; GEORQte BROWN, Toronto 
Hon. WM. McMASTER, 
Hon. COL. SHAW, " 

J. D. IRWIN, Es(i., 



R. WILKES, Eh< 



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JOHN G. SCOfri; Eso.. 
JOHN^ McDonald. Esq., M. P, 
V. CRONYN. Es«i., London. 



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L. W. SMITH, E.sq., Q. C. D. C. L., Toronto. 

J. MAUGHAN, Jr Manager, I D.'F. SHAW InRi>ector. 

G. BANKS, A.s8istant Manager. | J. K. KERR, Esq., Solicitor. 

BANKERS Canadian Bank of (Jommerce. 

Attention of Insurers is directed to the following advuniages offered by 
this Company ;— 

1. —It devotes special attention to the Insurance of Farm ProiJerty and of 
Detached Residences, with contents, 
a.— This Company insures against damage by lightning and Forest Fires. 
3.— It will adjust all losses without delay, and pay in cash at once. 

A. D. G. VANWART, 

General Agent and Inspector for New Biiinswick. 
Addres.s-P. O. Box 486, St. John, N. B. 

W. G. KENNEDY, Travelling Agent. 



EiONOntY AND SECUKITY. 

Sun HM Life anil Unt Insimce EiipaAyJI 

OF MONTREAL. 

A sound and reliable Home Company. Investments all within the Domi- 
nion. ]jl55,'iiM).rtl surplus profits on premiums ia 1877. 

NEW BUSINESS, lH7ti, submitted $l,aVJ,.598 

1817, " ;J,1.');J,000 

S'>lid addition to Company's As.sets in 1.S77, ^').'>,S8',l..").5 

There is no reserve clause, making the amount of claims under the Sun 
Mutual Policies to ',je less than the sum assured by them, as under the 
minimum sy.stem. 

tSj^"" Si>ecial attention Is claimed to the fact that our policies are payable 
in full. „^ 

THOMAS WORKMAN, Esq., Pies., I M. H. GAULT, E.sq., Man.-Director. 
T. J. CLAXTON, Esq., Vice-Pres. | R. MACAUL.VY, Secretary. 
J. M. C. DELESDERNIERri, Superintendent. 

ST .lOITN.— i?<'/c(ruot'.«.— Hon. J. D. liEWiN, President Bank New Brun- 
swick; J. Boies DeVeheh, Esq.: A. li. Palmer, Esq.; James Douville, 
M. P. ; Medical Exanuner— J. Danieus, M. D. 

This t'ompany issues policies on all the approved methods of Life and 
Accident Business. Its motto is "Economy and Secu«itv." 

Hon. C. N. SKINNER, Manager. 

A. D. Hi VAX^VAUT, 

P. O. Box 480, St. John, N. B. General Agent for New Brunswick. 



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Knowles' Ti-unk Warcrooms, CO King Street. For Particu'ai"s see p. 12. 



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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



-AGENT FOR- 



WM. EAELAHB & S©HS 

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PORTLAND, 
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NEW BllUNSWICK 

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FOR THE YEAi: OF OUR LORD 




BEINO THK TIIIHD YEAH AFTER LEAP YEAR, AND THE 

KOKTV SKCUNU YLAU OV THE ItKli.iN Ol'' QUEEN VICTUKIA. 

CONTAINING . • 

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE, 

STATISTICAL JNFOIIMATION, &c. 




SAINT JOHN, N. B. 
riaNTEl) AND rUHLISlIEI) BY BAIINES AND COMPANY, 
78 Prince Wil'iam Street. 



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EQUATION OF TIME— ECMPSEH. 



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EQUATION OF TIME FOR APPAEENT NOON- 1879. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

i) 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

If 

1( 

17 

I!' 

Hi 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

2H 

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28 

20 

30 

31 




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4 1313 

4 r41 li 

5 914 

5 ;i<) 14 

6 2,14 
6 2^14 



6 

7 

7 

8 

8 

8 

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9 

9 

10 

10 

10 

11 

11 

11 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

13 

13 

13 

13 



54 
19 
43 

7 
31 
54 
IG 
37 
58 
18 
38 
57 
15 
3 
48 

4 
19 
'^ 
47 
59 
11 
22 
32 
41 



14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
12 
12 



Mar. 



M. s. 



April. I May Jane. 'Jnly 
M. h.|m. s. M. H. IM.S. 



60 

57 

4 

10 
15 
19 

22 
25 
27 
28 
28 
29 
27 
25 
22 
19 
14 
10 

4 
58 
51 
44 
36 
27 
18 

8 
58 
47 



12 .35 

12 23 

12 10 

11 .57 

11 44 

11 30 

11 15 

11 1 

10 45 

10 30 

10 14 

9 .58 

9 41 

9 25 

9 8 

8 50 

8 33 

8 15 

7 58 

7 40 

7 22 

7 4 

() 4('> 

27 

6 9 

5 51 

5 32 

5 14 

4 55 

4 37 

4 19 



12 
42 3 
24 1 3 

7|3 
493 
313 

141 
57 
40 



23 

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35I3 

20|3 

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24 3 
38J3 
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53 
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1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 



30 
42 
53 
4 
14 
24 
34 
42 
51 



59 

13 
19 
25 
30 
35 
39 
43 
40 
48 
50 
51 
51 
51 
51 
50 
48 
45 
42 
39 
35 
30 
25 
20 
14 
7 


53 
45 
37 



28 
19 



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2 04 
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4014 
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20 
33 
40 
59 



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25 
38 
51 
4 
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29 
42 
54 



3 18 



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30 
42 
53 

4 
14 
24 
34 
44 
53 

2 
10 
18 
25 

3;^ 

39 
45 
51 



Aug. 
O.S/. 



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5 

5 

5 

5 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

3 

5() 3 

1|3 

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8^3 

III2 

I3I2 

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16|2 

161 

161 

161 

14 



12 
10 



3 
58 
53 
48 
41 
35 
27 
19 
11 

2 
52 
42 
32 
20 

9 
57 
44 
31 
17 

3 
48 
33 
17 

1 
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28 
10 
53 

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16 



Sept. 
UJ Ft. 

M. H. 
©/^ 2 

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40 


20 
40 


20 
41 

1 
22 
43 

4 
25 
46 

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28 
49 
10 
31 
52 



Oot. 



^Fi. 



Nov. 
©i-Y. 



M. H. M. H. 



10 
10 
10 

11 
11 
11 

12 
12 
12 
12 
13 
13 
13 
13 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
15 
15 



16 

a5 

53 
12 



16 
16 
16 
16 



30il6 

4816 

516 

22116 



1315 
34115 
55115 
16 15 
3() 15 



56 
17 

3(; 

5(5 



16 
16 
16 
16 
16 



38 
54 
10 
25 
40 
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7 
20 
32 
44 
55 

5 
15 
24 
33 
41 
48 
55 



5 

10 
13 
16 



16 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
13 
13 
13 
12 
12 
12 
11 
11 
11 



18 
19 
20 
19 
18 
16 
13 

9 

4 
58 
52 
45 
37 
27 
18 

7 
55 
43 
30 
16 

1 

45 
29 
12 
54 
36 
16 
56 
35 
14 



Deo. 



O i'Y, 

M. H. 



10 .52 
10 29 
10 6 
9 42 
9 17 
8 52 
8 26 
8 
7 33 
7 6 
6 38 
G 10 
5 42 
5 13 



44 

1 

46 

16 
2 46 
2 16 



1 
1 






47 
17 

47 
17 

e>« 13 

43 

1 13 

1 42 

2 11 

2 40 

3 9 



Note. — When the Sun ia slow, Equation to be addeil to app.arent 
time. When the Sun is fast, Ef^uation to be substracted from apparent 
time. 



EOLIPSES-1879. 



In the year 1870, there will be Two Eclipses of the Sun and one of the 
Moon. 

1. An Annular Eclipse of the Sim, January 22nd 1879, invisible at New 
Brunswick. Begins on the Earth ffenerally. January 22ncl, 8h. 5!»m. .5 a. m. 
Greenwicli Mean Time— in Longitude .51d. 21(m. West of Gi-eenwich, and 
Latitude 24d. South. Central Eclipse begins generally January 22nd, 
lOh. 3m., A. M., in Longitude (Wd. 29m. West, and Latitude 27d. 32m. South. 
Central Eclipse at noon Januarj' 22nd, llh. 45m. Its., a. m., in Longitude 
tid. 28in. East of (Jreenwici* and Latitude 31d. South. Central Eclipse ends 
generally January 22nd, Ih. 42m., 8 p. m., in Longitude 64d. 30m. East, and 
Latitude 7d. 4.")m. North, ends on the Earth generally Jan. 22nd, 2h. 46m. 2s., 
P.M., in Longitude 47d.l8m. Ea.st, and Latitude lld.20m. North. The line of the 
Central Eclipse begins at the South side of the Argentine Republic— will 



Liiflics' Buunct Uoxes— £iri:!licr and Ennniol, nt 



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CirUIU'H CALKNDAH. 



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one of the 

l>le at New 
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Longitude 
•iipse ends 
I East, and 
1. 46ni. j>s., 
hne of the 
iblic— will 



leave South America at S. Pedro In Urnpiay, cross the South Atlantic*, and 
enter Africa in LonKitnde ir>.l. East and liatitudn 'Ml. South; will cross 
the Continent to Zanzibar, and will end.in tlie Indian Ocean. 

2. An Annitldi- Kiliime of tlie Sun. .fuly l!»tii, W\\ invisible in New 
Brunswick. Bi'^iii'^ on the Earth fft-ncrally .July lltth, fih. tOm. a. m.. 42d. 
(Jreenwieh mean time in Louf^itude.'Ml. i:-in. West and Latitude lOd. iJsJin. N. 
Central Eclipse bejfius generally .July littli. 7h. I8ui. INs. a. m., in Longitude 
l!id. 4«ni.VVest, Latitude Td. 44ni. N. (Vnlral Eclipse at Noon. .July lltth. »h. 
!»m. 12s. in Longitude +»d. Lhu. East, Latitude 12d. IHni. N. Central Eclipse 
endsgenerallv Jiily Htth. l()h. .5.^m. 24s., \. m.. in Longitude »M. Khn. East, 
and Latitude 28(1. IHm. South. Ends on the Earth " iaIly.Jtdyl9ih.llh. 
.Wm., A. M., in Longitude htid. .5()ni. Ea.st, and Latilude 2()d. 31m. S. The line 
of the Central Eclipse beginning in the South Atlantic Ocean in Longitude 
li»d. 4t)ni. and Latitud*' 8(1. 44m. N. Enters Africa at Sieria Leone, and cros- 
sing the African Continent to the Straits of Babelmandel. Leaves Africa 

I at A.ian. and ends in the Indian (K-ean in Longitude !Wd. 16m, East, and 
; Latitude 2Hd. Wm. South. 

3. .4 Partial Eriipse of the Moon December 2«tli. 1870. 

j First contact with the Penuml)ra, December 2Hth. !ih. 2Hm. Os. a. m. 
First contact with the Shadow, •• llh. I'hn. ISs. a. M. 

Middle of the Eclipse. '• Oh. Im. .57s. p. m. 

Last contact with the Shadow, " Oh. 4»m. -'Jfls. p. m, 

Last Contact with Penumbra, " 2h. :Wm. 15s. p. u. 



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Principal Articles of the Calendar for the Year 1879. 

Golden Nund)er, , 18 | Dominical Letter, E. 

Epact, 7 I Roman Indicator 7 

Solar Cycle 12 | Jidian Period 0592 

I The year .WIO of the Jtnvisli Era commences on September 18th, 1879. 
I Ramadan (Month of Abstinence observed by the Turks) commences on 
August 19 th. 1879. 

The year 1297 of the Mahommedan Era commences on December 15th, 
1879. . ,i 

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Brief Ohurch Calendar. 



li 


days. 




1 

HOLY DAY.S. 


DAYS. 




HOLY DAYS. 




Wed. Jan. 


1 Circumcision. 


Sv'N. June 


1 


Whitsunday. Pentecost. . 


fl 


MoN. •' 


(i Epiphany. 


SrN. 


8 


Trinity Sunday. 


9 


Sat. 


25 Conversion of St. Paul. 


Vn'ed. " 


11 


Rt. Baniabas. ii 


» 


Sun. Feb. 


2jl^iritication B. V. Mary 


TnuR. " 


12 


Corpus Christ!. 1 ' 




; SrN. 


9iSeptua.i,a'sima. 


Tun. " 


24 


Nativity St. John Bapt. 


mm 

9 


. SrN. 


28]Quinquagesima. 


Run. 


29:st. Peter and St. Paul. 


1 TUE. 


25|Shrave Tuesday. 


Fni. July 


25; St. .James the Gt. Ap. ; ' 


< 


1 Wed. " 


2() Ash Wednesday. 


Sun. Aug. 


21 St. Bartholomew. 




Sun. Mar. 


i;st. David. 


Su.v. Sep. 


2r St. Matthew. Apostle. 


5 


: Sun. 


2:Quadrag(>sima. 


MON. •' 


2i) St. Mich., Michaelmas. 


MoN. 


17 St. Patrick. 


Rat. Oct. 


18 St. Luke. Evangelist. 




TUE. 


25 


Annunciation. 


TUE. 


28 St. Simon and St. Jude. 




Sun. Apl. 


() 


Palm Sunday. 


Rat. Nov. 


1; Hallowmas. 




Fri. 


11 


fJood Friday. 


Run. 


80' 1st Sunday in Advent. . 




; Sun. 


18 


Easter Sunday. 


Run. 


80 St. Andrew, Apostle. 




1 Sun. 


20 


Low Sunday. 


Run. Dec. 


21 Rt. Thomas. 




i Wed. " 


28 


St. fJeorge's Day. 


Thur. " 


25 Christmas Day. 




Thur. May 


1 


St. Philip and St. James 


Fri. 


2() Rt. Rtephen. 




1 Sun. 


18 


Rogation Sunday. 


Rat. 


27 St. John, Apostle. 




Ithur. " 

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22|Asceu.«ion Day. 


Sun. 


28 Innocents. | 



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Public Holidays, Anniversaries, &c. 



Ni'W Yoar'H Day. .. 

Asll Wcdlii'Hdliy 

St. I 'at lick 

H(hk1 I'ridiiy 

IKjvHtcr ^lonilny . . . . 
ICuKtrr 'I'licsduy . . . 
SI. (ltMirp'"u Day .. 

Loyalists liay 

lOu'ccns Hiiih I>fiy. 
\Vliitiut>iiday 



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May 
June 



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II. 
11. 
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oiuTirs A«'('t'.sHii>ii. 

SI. .lulm's Day . . . 



Uii('('irs('i>ii<iiall<)ii 

raiiadiaii Dniniiiioii 

Mitliat'lmas 

I'riiicf or Wales lUi-th Day 

SI. Andrew's Day 

(.'hrlHliiias Day I)<» 

IIolidayH. . . j .i 



June 


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The SeaBO?is- -Saint John Mean Time. 

llVornal K<|iiiii<ix. Sun enters Aries, March 2()th, nl Hli a. m., nt the sanu'timo' 

I the Kaith enters Lilira. , ' 

'Siunnier Solstice. Snn enters Caneer, Jiuie iJl.st, at Jh A. M., at .same time 

'i the Karl h enters CaprieoinuK. | 

Ant umiial I'Aiuinox. Snn iMilers Libra, Se|)t. -^Jiid at flh p. m. at sann- time 

the li'aith enters Aries. 
Winter Solstice, Sun entei's Capricornus, Dec. *,'lst, 111 v. m., at same tune 
the Earth enters ('ancer. 
(XoTicK.— The I'erip'c and Apogee of the I\loon are with its I'hftses in the 
Moiith.s. ) 



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Marine and Fisheries Department. 

I Hon. .Tohii ('. Vn\M\ Minister of Marine and Fisheries. .1. TT. ITardlnp, 
!Es(i., A^ent for New Hinnswick-, of LiKht Houses. Marine ITosjtitals. Si^mal 
Stations, Steam 1m>k .\larms, I'.uoys and IJeacon.s, and Fisheries. .1. ?»lit- 
ichell, Insp(>ctor of Light Houses, Nlarine Ilos))ituls, Signal Stations, Steam 
|FoR Alarms, and Buoys and Di-acous, for New Ih imswick. 

KiSUKRllCS DEI'ARTMENT. 

! W. 11, Vonninj;, Inspector Un' Nova Scotia and New Ih-unswick. 

I Light Houses in Bay of Fundy. 

I fUipr Stililr. \. s. Uevolvinj: white lif,'ht on ("ape; WriKht l.'is: d.ark. :2.")S. 
j:)d, ^:im. l!is. Lalitude N. : (i:i<l. ••!im. Ms. Lon^'. \V. Ot'lap'nal, white tower, 
'hi feet alxive hij,'h water. Visihl(> fj miles ii\ clear weather. 

I Steam Fog Wliistle on soutiiern point of (.'ape elevated ahont I!) feet above 
high water, sounds in thick '.vealhei-, fogs and snow sloi-nis, a blast of ten 
seconds (Inrat ion each minute, with an interval of llfty seconds between 
each blast. 
' Sral I-'^ldiuK N. N'. South point 1 mih 

longitiule (Kill. iim. ."iri.-i. W. I'iwd while 

fi'ct above high wat-r mark, ^'isiblc IS miles. Thi' 

W. ,.■))(. milc.s fi-om lighthouse. A fog whistle near 

and snOw storm.s siamds in t-ach minute, a blast of 

and after an itUerval of live seconds gives another 

with an interval of forty-live seconds, 
j ('(tpf /''orrliii. .V. N. Flash white light on E. ('ap( 
Ul'm. '^Xa. N.. longitude (iCxI. ".tm. "Jl.s., W. Every mimite an 

Ikimin.: dark. ',<j min. Tower, oi-tagonal, xcrtii-al stripes, red and white. 

I I Fog whistle on \V. side, sounds in fogs and snow storms 10 seconds in eveiy 
nn'nute. Visible IH miles. j 

|i Cape St. Jf((//. A'. .S\-F,ast side of Bay. latitude N.,Kd. .5m. s20s.; longi- 

' tude, W. (itul. 1~m. It's. Flash light alternate, red and white at intervals of 
:!i) seconds. White oct, agonal tower, 1(W feet above hi.gli water mjuk. Visi- 
ble IT miles cleai' weather. 

:| Brier MaiuL N. N.— N. W. point, latitude N.. tld. Mm. r,;».: l.ititude. AV. 

lifitMl. S^hn. 3i)s. Fi.Ked white light, visible 18 miles. Octagonal white light- 
house, !•-' feet above high water mark. 



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•Ws. Two llxed white lif^lits. Visible 15 miles. <) yards ai)ait. HI and M 
feet ai)ove liitjh water mark. Tower oetaKonal. siriiied liorizontall.v red 
and white. Fofj Whistle on Point, in thiclc weather sounds twiiM- each min- 
ute, first fjivin/j a blast of live seconds duration with an interval of live 
seeonds: then a l)last of live seconds duration, witli an iisterval of 15 seconds 
to eonii)lete tlie minute. 

Sotifl, West Wolf lsltin(J— On S. E. Point of llie Island, l.ilitnde N. ild. 
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PaHsa>,'e: latitude, .N. (Id. ;;lifi. Ids. ; longitude. W. (iiid. I'liu. Cs. Hevolvinj,'' 
ndand while alternately, rveiy mimiLi". Li;,'htlionse, whiti', square, 70 
feel above hi^;h water iriail;. \'isible II lllile^;. 

l'i>hit frini. ,\. S. S. point of enlraiiee lo .VnnapoliH Pasin; latiludp. N. 
11(1. Ilm. .Us : |on;,'itU(l( . W. (i5d. lini. •.lis. I'ixed white IJKht. visibU- I't 
miles. N'ertieal red and white siriped, s((uare tower, iti feet above IiIkIi 
I water mark. 

Kot; whistle on Pi im Pi'int. sounds H seiMvnds in ( a< h minute, laakinf; an 
inlerval of 5:i seeondHbetween each l)last. 

I'lirt Williinns. y. S. Marshall ( 'ove. South Shore, lalittide. N. lid. r.<im. 
5'2s. : l.>ii^,atude. W. f'Md. K'-m. Cs. Two (I.m d whit.- vertical lights, visible 10 
miles, iiO feetaiiiirt. While, s(|uare, CO and 'I'i feel from hi;ch water: laiitern 
on top of dwelling, lower llKl't In bow window visible from W, S. W. round, 
N. to V:. N. v.. 

At<in/<iictrillc, A'. .S'.Oii exiremll v of Point S. Shore, latitude, N. I.'d. 
•.im. r,rs. : lont,'itU(le. W. ti.-)d. Ktm. Two red li^'hts. visible H miles. I.ijiht 

IwMise, horizontal white ami black stripes, .s(|nare, visible frtJin W. H. \V. Z, 

round N. to E. N. K. \ 

l!l(trLn,rh; A'. .S'.-South Shore, latitude. N. ■(.''id. irm. lOs. : lonf,'ilude. AV. « 

did. |(>m. Os. Fi.ved while liKlit. visible 1~ miles, .'viuaiv white lighthouse, 33 

45 feet above lii;rh water mark. 2 

Eo;; Whistle on extreme point of Cape D'fb', on tlie opposite side of chaii- S 

nel, from Plack rock: sounds in thick weather twice in each minute, each ^ 

blast beiiif^ of d seconds iluration, with interval of twenty-four seeonds -• 

between. S 

rV(;«' Kiira<ic, N. R — On jiiteli of Cape, latitude. N. I'd. ;{.")m. ;ils. : loni^'i- ^ 

tude, l)4d. !dm. 55s. Fixe(l white li^ht, visible 15 miles. White s(iuare tower, » 

1-) feet above luKii water mark. , .5 

A Steam Fof? Whi.stle 150 feet N. K. from li^lithouse sounds during thick ♦■ 
weather four seconds in each minute: will probably be heard in calm 

weatlier 10 miles, and in stoi-mv weather ficm three td live miles. jj* 

(.>i((iro. A', i^.- Small Rock oli" Head, latitude. N. -ind. lOm. :.'0s. ; lonpitude, . 

W. )i5d. :Jlin. S.'is. Hevolvinj,' wliite lij^ht e\ery ;,'i) seeonds, visible 15 miles. • 

Litrhtliouse octagonal, horizonlallj' slriped red ami white. 5H feet above ft 

hij.;h water mark. * 

(Jtipr S])('iicci; A^. /?.--(^n pitch of Cape, latitude, N. 15d. 12m.. ']()«.; lonpi- ^ 

tude, W. 4.5(1, l;2m. :^i)s. Hevolvin^ red and white alternately, at intervals of - 

45 .seconds. Visible 5J0 miles. Vx'hite s(|uare biiildin;.;. with loWer :i07 feet j! 

above hi;,'h water. Partrid^'e Island lit^ht by compass N. W. bj- W. J^ W, » 

northerly distance helm,' dK. miles from liK'ht to Ii;,-ht. ~ 3 

P<ivtri(l(/r Isltind, Stiiiit John //ffr/)(.ir.~ I.al itnde, N. I5d. 11m. ;JOs. : lonfji- * 
tude, W (iCid. .;m. JJOs. Fi.ved white lif^ht. Visible 'M miles. Tower. viMtii-al 
red and white strijie.-^. 110 feet above liij^h water. Steam Whistle on Islmul 
sounds every minute for 10 .seconds. A bell buoy near east sideof Partrid.jje 
Island I'eef. 

.S7 Jolni H<irhi»:-VAu\ of Bar, latitude, N. I,5d. ]5m. 10s.: loiifjitude, dtid. 
•im. 40s. Fixed white liKht. Visible 10 miles. Lislithouse, vertical red 
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TowtT. s(iiiiiie wooden building, 

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ute. Visible 17 to 2<) miles. Honse, white, square wooden, 111 f'-et above 
liigli water. 

Bv<tver H<nb()r.—F\xi'i.\ white light. 
I5d. 3ni. 45s.; longitude (Kid. Ilin. W. 
painted white, 4") feet above hi};h water 
house and buoy, E. by N. from light. 

Blins As/ruirf.— West end of Island, S. side of western entrance to Bhss 
Harbor, latitude X. 4.5d. 1 in. l.')s. Fixed red liglit. Visible 1^ miles. White 
square wooden building, 4.5 feet abovt' high water. 

Head i/cu-ftor, C'ampobello Island.— N. Point, latitude N. 44d. nTm. 4<)8.: 
longitude, W. WJd. 54ni. 10s. Fixed white light. Visible 15 nnles clear 
weather. Octagonal tower, white, with red cross, ti4 feet above high water. 

Su-dllotr Tail-On N. E. part of (irand Manan, latitude, N. 44d. 45m. 5:is. 

Fixed white light. Visible l7 miles. Longitude, W. (itid. 44m. Lighthouse, 

white octagonal wooden building, 1 IH feet above high water. A Steam Fog 

Whistle on extreme N. "SV. Head i>r (irand Manan. SO feet above high water. 

Sounds in thick Aveather three blasts of four seconds duration in each 

i minute, with an intei-val of sixteen seconds between c ach blast. 

I Old Fropiictdr i:/t'f,V/('. -Spindle Beacon, i>ainted red on S. E. of Grand 

: Manan Island. Lat. 44d. Vim. 10s. ; long. (Wd. 40m. Us. Visible « or 10 miles in 

I clear weather. 

Gannet A'of^-.— A fixed and Hash light on rock. Visible VZ miles. Lat. 
|n. 44d. Om. :iHs. ; long. (Kid. 47m. Os. Octagonal tower, striped, vertically, 
i black and white alternately. 
Fixed Light, 45 seconds, 
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Flash, 41^ 
Echpse, 514 
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Much ids M(ind.— On Island, two lights, W. by N. y, N, and E. by S. y^ S, 
;and5(57<) j-ards apart. Fixed white; can be seen 15 miles clear weather. 
Hous.*, white; 5.S feet E. and 54 feet W., from high water. 

l-'og Whistle sounds in thick weatlier five seconds each J^o minute. 

]\f()08e-a-Bec. ..4hj.— On Mistake Island, west entry to Bay of Fundy. 
Flashy white light, 'V3 seconds interval. House, brick, white-washed. 05 
ifeet above high water. Lat. N. 44d. 28m. 27s. ; Ion. W. G7d. 31m. 5,5s. 
j Petit MdiKin. —South side of Island. Fixed white, varied by white rta.shes. 
: Time between flashes, two minutes. Visible 17 miles. Tower, gray granite, 
! natural color. Lat N. 44d. 22m. 2s.; long. W. G7d. 5m. 51s. 
! A Fog Whistle giving two blasts of five seconds each per minute. Inter- 
val between bkusts, K minutes and 42 seconds. 

i Little River.— On an island at the em ranee of the River. A fixed white light, 
; varied by tlaslies every !H) seconds, 40 leetaliovehigh water, visible 11 nides. 



A gun is fired to answer signals, 
diu'ing f(igs and snow storms. 
Dangerous rocks extend 4 miles, 
eastward of iightliouse. 



I Richihucto Head Liyht.—Th'M i.s' a fixed Wliite Liglit, situated on Richi- 
buctoHeai', Nortluunberland Strait, in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, The 

; light is placed at an elevation of 70 feet above high water, and should be 
seen in clear weather from a distance of 14 miles. The illuminating ap- 

;]mratus is dioptric or by lenses of the fourtli order. The tower is vsquare, 
about 50 feet from base to vane, i)ainted white, and stands in lat. 4(5 deg. 

I :«lm. 40s. N. : long, (it deg. 4:hn. :Jt)s. W. of Greenwich. 

\ Ca})e Jouriinaiii, Stfdit.'i of Norfhnmberhnid.— Lat. 4Gd. 10m. Os. N. ; long. 

;();W. 51m. Os. W.— Visible from all points of approach from S. E. around l)y 

i N. to W. The Liglit House is an octagonal wooden pyramidal building, 
painted white, 40 feet high, elevated 72 feet above higli water, and stands 
()<> feet from the extremity of the cliff. Tlie Keei)er"s liou.se, a one and a half 
story woollen building, painted white, is situated 50 feet to the westward of 
the Light House. 

I Goose Lake, Mi.ivou I.sl".nd, Bay de.<! Chaleuv.t. — A revolving White Light, 

! elevated 40 feet above high water, and showing a Hash every minute, is e:; • 
hibited at this Light House, and is seen at a distance of upwards of 10 miles. 
The lighting apparatus has two faces, and makes a complete revolution 

: every two minutes. The tower is a square wooden building, 2H feet liigh, 

! with a dwelling attached, and i)ainteu white. The illuminating apparatus 
is catoptric. 

Heron Mdnd, Baij de.H Chdleurs.—1'\n^ light is a fixed White Light, ele- 
vated «(} feet above higli water, is visible from all i)oints seaward, and on 



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wtxxlen building, 20 feet high, ami painted white 
ratus is catopti-ic. 

Caraqui-t Mttnd, Bay dc C/irtZeur.— Square Tower on keeper's dwelling.—: 
White. 

Miscuu Fog Whistle.— A steapi fog whistle lies been erected on Miscou 
Island, at tlie entrance of the Bay of Chaleur. The whistle is sounded twice 
in each minute. 

Shediac Beacon Liijhta.— Two lights on Point du Chene wharf, in the Har- 
bor uf Shediac. Lat. 4tid. 14m. aOs. N. ; long. (Md. 31m. (Js. W. 

Pobit Escuminac. Light. -This Light House is situated in Miramichi 3ay, 
north latitude 47d. 4m . 8()s. ; west longituda, (Md. .Wm. 30s. It is a fixed bright 
light, elevated 70 feet above high water. A Third Oi'der French Dioptric 
lighting apparatus has been placed on this Tower, which is visible for 
twenty-five miles. 

Miscou Maud Light.— This Light House is situated on Birch Point, north 
latitude 48d. Im. Oa.. we.st longitude, (>4d. 3m. Os. It is a fixed red light, ele- 
vated seventy-nine feet above high water. 

Shediac Lights.— On Point Du Chene Whaif. in the summer, north latitude 
46d. 14m. 2()s. ; west longitude, fi4d. 31m. Os. It is a fixed white light. 

Two fixed white Beacon Lights on Shediac Island, visible ten miles. 

Miramichi Kiver.—Uf^ht House on Portage Island. Fixed Thite light, 
elevated — feet above high water. 

Two Beacon Lights on Preston's Beach, about five miles above Escimiinac 
Light. Two Beacon Lights at Oak Point. Two Beacon Lights at Grant's, 
fixed white Lights. Visible ten miles. 

River St. John Lights.— divider. Head, Sand Point. Oak Point, No Man's 
Friend, Oromocto Shoals, Wilmot's BlufT, Cox's; Point, Robertson's Point, 
Fanioy"s Point, Grand I^ke. Mus(|uash Island, and Hendry Farm, Washade - 
moak Lake. Visible ten miles. 



Pilotage District of the Port of St. John^ ' ' 

RATES OF PILOTAGE. . 

INWARDS. • t. 

First District.— From Partridge Island to Musquash Head, bearing North 
West, One doUar per foot. 

Second District. — From Mu.squash Head to Point Lepreaux, bearing North 
West, One dollar and Twenty -five cents per foot. 

Third District. — From Point Lepreaux to North Head of Grand Manan, 
bearing North West, or North Channel, bearing South East, One dollar and 
Fifty cents per foot. 

Fourth /)l.s/»vV•^— Fr>)nithe North Head of Grand Manan, or North Chan- 
nel, as aforesaid, to Mac-hias Seal Island, bearing South, or Brier Island, 
bearing South East, <,)ne dollar and Seventy-five cents per foot. 

Fifth District.— Fvoin tlie outside limit of the fourth district to a bound 
ranging with Mount Desert and Cape Sal)le, Seal Island, bearing north- 
west and soutli-t'ast, being the outside limits of the Pilotage District, Two 
dollars and twenty-live cents per foot. 

OVTWARDS. 

Pilotage f.'om the Harbor ot the Port of Saint John to outside of Partridge 
Island, One dollar and Twentv five cents per foot. 

Pilotage down the Bay of li'undy, when i-equired, shall be Two dollai-s per 
foot over and above the One dollar and Twenty-five cents Harbor Pilotage 
outward. 

Any pilot einjiloyed in the removal of any ship or vessel within the Port 
or Harbor of Saint John, from an.y mooring ground to an.y wharf, or from 
any wliarf to any inoonng ground, and nroperly mooring and securing tlui 
said ves.sel, shall be entitled to demand and receive for such services, as 
follows: One ilollar and fifty cents for vessels not over UK) tons; Two dollars 
for vessels over IIX) tons, and not exceeding JJOOtons; three dollars for ves- 
sels over 200 tons, and not exceeding 300 tons; four dollars for all vessels 
over 3(X( tons, and not exceeding 400 tons: and twenty -five cents additional 
for every .50 tons .such vessel may measure over 400 tons. 

Boarding Districts and rates of Pilotage for the piloting of vessels into 
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follows: Nos. 1 and !2of till- Port orTFiivlior ct' SniiitJohnshnll h(> \a. 1 dis- 
trict of tho Harbor of I\Iiis(|uiisli, and (!1>-In"cts Nov. .'i. I and T) of the said 
Harbor of St. Jolm sliall )n' No.'-.. 'J, .'and 1 <>v tlic Harbor of Mu:-,nnasli. 
That the rate of I'ilotaat' hiwai-ds into Ihi- Harbor of :vlus(ina:-li sliall b(>- 
for No. 1 distriut. ()n(> dollar and Scvc iit\ Wvr ccnls pfr fool drni'i of walcr, 
and Twenty-five cents additional /.cr fool '\i'^\ ii!;-;iii;t, boarded bfy<»nd1h(' 
said first district. 

The pilotaKeonl wards wit bin th:' fir-.t dis1r!>M sb;di be ()i:c dollar pel' foot. 

The followinf^ vt'sscls ail' excinjib'd i'r<'iu coiiijtnlsory |ii!oti\j.r(': 
sels rcRistered in the Dominion of Coiadn. of b"ii) ions . and under, 
vessels outward Itound beyond tln^ first district. 

F,XTIl.V('T Vmm nVK LAWS. I 

Section 7.— Tlie I'ilot pilot in;;- a vessel fi-oni sea sball be entitled to pilot 
her to sea when sin- tiext leaves port, and sboniil the master or owner 
require the services of a i.)ilot down the l!;i.y of Fundy to perform this ser- 
vice a.s well, unless in eithei- ease on .'onijiiaint of tlie master, owner or 
agent of said vessel, till' l'i]ot;'.';i> .Authority ('.ireel oilurwise, and incase 
the ma.ster of suc?i vessel sball en;;a.tre any other jierson to jiilot bis vessel 
down the Bay lies bnll be liable to pa,\- to' liu' Pilotage Autliority the full 
pilotaf<e dues for such service, foi- the benelit of lb.' pilot so entitled, and 
shall al.so be sub't'ct to a penalty not e\ceedin{r foity doJlars. 

Section a.— P'ovided always. ih;il it shall be at the" option of the PilotaKe 
Authority to Kcense yucii iieisons for tin- lirst year after ]iassiu;i' sueii 
examinatioi) to pilot only vessels not c.veeedinjj: .")()() tuns register nor 12 
feet draft of wat<:»r. 

The followiuK are Incensed I'ilots: Tliomas Tiaynor, Bamuel Ruther- 
ford, Geo. P. Mulheri'in, James t'«sselly. Ed\^ard .J. Fletcher, .lobu Si)ear8, 
John Spears (2), Tlionias VanKlian, James Kced. Jiwph Poberty. John L. 
C. Sherrard, William Hatlield, James Doyle. Heiuy Spears. .John Thomas, 
Patrick Tra)-nor, Tlnnias Doody, Jiimes .Ahu'ray, llenry Thomas. John 
Scott, John Siwoule. Patrick C'oniln. James Peed. jr.. John'Spears (;}), C'has. 
Daley, William Lai ley, Richanl Cline, .lames K. Mantle, llohert Thomas, 
Wm. Quin, Daniel IMulherrin, Win. ;\iilli'r. Pie-hard Scott. .Tames :\lc Part- 
land, Daniel Daley, James S. Spears. "\!ieliael (Sanity. Charles PridKes, 
Thomas John Stone, John Travnor. Icobcri iUed, James tjuin, Samuel 
Leah Sutton, Alfred fliue, Wm.' Scott. 

John McAnulty, for ?.lus(iuasli. 



Eates of Wliarfage. 

Eslahlished hj Act 5 Vict. c. 3'>, ,'.';. //,' ('/^.v nf Snint John (iivl Parish' 



of J'oVLiitui!. 




and under 18t) tons, 4s Hd: above 1S(i and under ::i(Kl tons, as; above O^H) and 
under 22() tons, .'isf.d; above '.jJH and under -^Ifi tons, (is; ahove '.Mi! and under 
iGO tons, t>s (id; above x!(i!) and under -^O tons. Vs: above sJSi* and under •"KUi 
tons, Vs Gd; above ;!(i() and under ;i'JO tons. Hs: aliove ;Wti and niider.'iHi Ions, 
Ss 6d; above8K)and under :«;;) tons, <is: ab>)ve 'Mi and under ;!S!i ton.-;. Us (id; 
above 38() and under li)U Ions, Ms; aV'ove ton .and umler l.'ilt li ns. 1 1s .'id; 
above 450 and under 50U tons, 1.-s (Id : and h^ ."d for evcJ'y additional 50 lous. 

Top WharFa'^e. j 

Established I'll Act IS Vid. c. 4^, in tltc Citinf ^nint Jnhii, uiuf Pcn-ish' 

(\f Portland. \ 

Anchors and chains of all kinds, i)er ton, otio shilllnf;: fn;l three pence;' 
barrels of flour, Invad and meal, and all oHier bairels undi'r 22\ lbs. weiglU ; 
"ach, one halfpenny ; half tiarrel;. tirkiii;, nii'l keijrs of all kinds, eaidi. on" i 
I'arthinf?; barrels of salt. )>rovisions ;vud piel;le(l tish. e;ich, one penny ; bal- l 
last, per ton. sixpence; bncks. |U'r tii nis.ind. one +<hillinK; bah s and bo.ves i 
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lbs. or less, faili. one farthing; boxes weif^hiiijr over Wi lbs. each, one half- 
iieiiuy : l)i)X('s ol'sinoked iierriiis^s. ea(;h. one farthiuK; coi)|)er and conijjosi- 
;i(>n i>!irs, Ijolts. sheets, sjjikes, and nails, per ton, one sliilliiif?; coals (ex<;ei)t 
Vnthrat'lie), i)er chaldron, I'oiirpence; eijals. Anthracite, per clialdnni, 
: hreepeiiuc; cania^'es and t'oaches, each, sixpence; chalk, i>er ton, sixpence; 
.•attle, \\v... Imlls. oxen and cows, each, Kix])ence; heifers, calves, sheep and 
lambs, each, one penny; colTee. cocoa, nuts and filberts, in ba>i;s, per haK. 
one halfpenny: salt, iii ba,s:s, each, one halt'pennj-; dried fish, per quintal, 
one hallVcniiy: fs'lti^s. in boxes of KX) feet, each, one halfpenny; Rla^'^s. 
sinaller packiiKcs, each, one fartliin/,'; hogsheads of liquors and liquid.s, 
ach. fonrpencc: hay. scr(>wed, per ton. one shillinj.':; hay, unsci-ewed per 
Ion, one shilliiifi: and sixpence: hides, .u;i-een, each, onc^ halfpenny; hides, 
dry. each, one farthin;.';: hides, in bales, per bale, sixpence; hemp, conhvf^e 
and oakiini, (.er ton, one shilling';: hollow ware and castiiifjfs, per ton, nnt^ 
shillinj.'; jind threepence: lianipcis. each, one penny; horses, mares and 
f^eldintifs. each, sixpence: lioj^sheads of lime and dry fish, each, thi-cepence: 
iron, in bair, bolts, sheets, jilates, nails, s])ikes and pij^s, per ton, one shil- 
liii?.c: lumber, per thousand feet, siiperficial, sixiience: lead, in bai', sheet, 
shot, pif^s and pipes. i)ei- ton, ona shilling: molasses, i)er liojjfshead, four- 
pence; molasses, per ])imcheon, foui-pence: mola.sses, per tierce, three- 
Ijence; puncdieons, of all kinds, nf)t herein otherwise provided for, each, 
fouij)ence; pipes of liciuids and lifjuors, each, sixj^ence: quarter casks of 
all kinds, each, twoi)en(e: raisins, in box, i)er box, ont; halfpenny; raisins 
in smaller i)ai'kae:es, each, one farthin}^: supar, in hogslieads, each six- 
jience; salt, in bulk, ^rain and roots of all kinds. ])er lumdred bushels, one 
shillinj; and sixpence; slate, jier ton. sixpence; stone, per ton, sixpence; 
sj^elter. yierton, one sliillin^c: tea, in boxes, each, one penny; timber of all 
kinds, undressed, per ton, sixpence; tiei'ces of sugar, or of other articles 
not hei-elnenumei-ated, each, fonrpenco; waggons, buggies, gi.gs, and other 
vehicles, each, threepence; zinc, in .sheets, bar, block, nails and spikes, per 
ton, one shilling. 

All empty packages to iiay lialf Ihe rates of full packages; and on all 
goods, wai'es and merchandize, not hereinbefore emunerated and rated, to 
pay at the rate of one shilling i)er ton weight or measurement, at the 
o))tion of the collector, proprietor, or les.see of the wharves where tlie same 
is placed. 



Harbor Master's Fees. 

On vessels of ."50 and under .50 tons, Cs (id; vessels of .^(l and under 7.5 ton.s, 
:!s. iid: 7."> and under KK) tons, 5s: lOO and under 1.5(> tons, (is M; 15() and 
under w'lM tons, 7s (id: 3()0 and under 8<M» tons, 10s; :^()0 and under -JtX) tons, 
liJs ()il: 4(K) tons and upwards, 14s: decked vessels imder KM) tons, owned 
and registered at Saint John, arid all British vessels under that toiuiage, 
trading within the Bay of Fundy, or arriving fi-om ports to the N(n*thward 
of (.'ape ("od. oi' the AVestward of t'api^ t^anso, or from any port in Nova 
Scotia, to i)ay animall.y as follows: Under ;5() tons, ;is \k\ ; over :5() and under 
.50 tons, as; over 50 and under 75 tons, (Is; over 75 auil under 100 tons, 10s. 



Fish Market Dues. 



For every Salmon, 3e; t'odllsh. Pollock, Bass or Shail, each, 1c; halibut, 
not exceeding •,!0 lbs. ilc; exceeding '^'<l lbs, and every 'M lbs, ^c; every ]joh- 
•ster, Ic; dozen of Haddock, ;Jc; every 1(K) of (janspcrcaux, Alewives, Her- 
rings, or other small fish, -ic. 



FEES FOR ASSAYIXO WEKilTTS AND JIE.VSUPtES. 
Viuh'f Ihintinioti Act. 

S(»t of Weights- from 50 lbs to 1 lb, 75c: Set of Measui-es— f mm bushel to 
peck, 7.5e; gallon to half gill. tUc: Scales 5 lb and under, :!0c: 5 lbs ui) to 
50 lbs, .50e: .50 lbs to 1(H) lbs, 7.5e; KKl lbs .and upwai-d, $1. Platform scales 

under ^',(H)() lbs, SI ; yard sticks, metal, 10c, wood 5c. Second verification 
if correct, | fees. 



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All decked vesselH, same rates as for wharfage, woodboats, or other 
boats, or undecked vessels, having standuig masts, and all scows, and not 
lying at the wharves on either side of the Slips, to pay the following rates: 

Every Woodboat of sufficient burtlien to carry 10 cords of wood or 

luider 80.60 

Ditto Ditto upwards of 10 cords, and not more than 15. . 1.00 
Ditto Ditto upwards of 15 cords, and not more than 20. . L.W 
Ditto Ditto upwards of sM cords 2.00 

The above is to be paid each trip ; and if any such vessel remains over 
six days, an additional duty to be paid of from 50 cents to $1 daily, accord- 
ing to the burthen. Other boats and vessels without decks, and having 
lixed or standing masts, and all scows, to pay 30c each trip, and 30c addi- 
tional per day, if suffered to remain over three daj's. 



Market Tolls. 

Beef, per quarter, 4 cents ; Hogs of 200 lbs or under, 4c, and every addi- 
tional KK) lbs Ic; Sheep, Lamb, Goat or Veal, per carcass, each, 4c; Butter, 
tub, pail, jar or firkin, of 10 lbs and under, 2c ; every additional 10 lbs, Ic ; 
Butter in rolls, and lard in cakes, for every 10 lbs, or under, 2c ; Tallow, for 
every 10 lbs, or under, Ic ; Cheese, for every 10 lbs, or imder, Ic ; Potatoes, 
per 100 lbs, or under, 2c; Turnips, per 100 lbs, Ic; Oysters, in tubs or other 
vessels, per gallon, 2c ; do, in shell, per bushel, 2c ; Turkeys, each, Ic ; Geese 
each, Ic; Pigeons, per dozen, Ic; Partridges, Fowls or Ducks, per pair, Ic; 
Flour or Meal, per 100 lbs, 2c; Oats, per 100 lbs, 2c; Peas and Beans, per 
100 lbs, ."k:; Ham, Shoulders and Bacon, per piece, Ic; Eggs, for every 10 
dozen, or under, Ic; Beets, Carrots, and Parsnips, per 100 lbs, 3c; Apples, 
per 100 lbs, 5c; Plums, per 100 lbs, .5c: cherries, per box, Uc; Cucumbers, 
per dozen, Ic; Fish, smoked, per 100, 2c; Sugar, maple, for 10 lbs, or 
under, Ic; every additional 10 lbs, Ic; Socks and Mits, per dozen pair, 3c; 
Yarn, woolen, per lb, Ic; Corn, green, per dozen, y^c; Peas and Beans, 
green, per 100 lbs, .5c ; Onions, per 100 lbs, 3c ; Cabbages, per dozen, 4c ; 
Berries, for 5 quart pail, Ic; do, for 10 quart pail, 2c; Moose, Cariboo and 
Bear, per quarter. 4c ; Deer, per quarter, 2c ; Hides. Ox or Cow, eAch, 4c ; 
Skins, Sheep, each 2c; Skins, Calf, tanned or untanned. each, 2c; Wool, per 
lb, Ic; Feathers, per lb, Ic; Salmon, each, 2c. All other ai-ticles not enu- 
merated, 2 cents on each dollar of value. 



Tolls at the Hay Market. 



Hay, per cwt, Ic, Straw, per cwt, ^c; Shingles, per M, 4c; Cedar Posts, 
per dozen, 4c; Wood, per cord, 4c; Juniper, per ton, 4c; Spars, to 9 Inch, 
each, 2c; do, over inch, inch, 4c; Planks, per M, 32c; Boards, per M, ICc; 
Hardwood, Ash, Birch, Maple, or other hardwood logs, each, 2c ; Staves, 
hardwood, per 100, 2c; do. softwood, per 100, J^c; Hoop Poles, per 100, Ic. 



Kates at the Public Weighing Machines. 

Every load not exceeding oHf^ thousand pounds weight, 30c; and 2c for 
every additional hundred wii.ht p:i , able, lialf by the seller, and half by 
the purchaser. 



Time for G^^t; 

The Falls are level or :.:•■ 
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able four times in twenty-four 



•; Lrough the Falls. 

n it about three and a half hours on 
al; on the ebb, so that they are pass- 
mr.s, about ten or fifteen minutes e.T,ch 
time. No other rule can be given, as much depends on the floods in 
the River Saint John, and the time of high water or full sea, which is 
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For a load of Cmila (lliilf ii Cliuldron), 

For a load conttiiniii^ 13.'0 lbs. of Giai!', 
Salt, I'otatoer, or imy otlitr iiriicli'suit'ii.-iirL'd 
at loading or uiild.idirifr, cxi-cpl (iDMcr", 

For a pipe of AVine, (iiii, or Itr.indy, aiidj 
hoiisitig within tlie doi.r of tlic liis-t lloor, 

For a piinclieon of iiiin>, or a tierc>.- of t^ii^'ar,! 
from 7 to 10 cwt., and liniisini.', " " "i 

For a punclifori of Mnlasses, a Imjfslu'ad of 
!?ugar, of lOcwt. or upvvards, or a lio,u;slii';idi 
of Tobacco, and lious^injr, - - - -! 

For a liogstiead or pnnchcon of Cider, or aj 
load of Dried Fi^ll, of 15 cwt., and storin;;, - 

For a load of Sliingli's, Hoop I'.ilus, ll«ail- 
ii.g, Slaves, Tri'oniii'c, Sniokt'd Fish in boxrs,' 
Salmon in kits, Dry Good?, or a load of any 
other article hot herein nu-niioiied, or a hops- 
head of Lime, or a hog!*hea<l or crate of Karlh- 
enware, or two tierces of Earthenware, a 
hogshead of Dried Fish, two tierces of Coll'ue, 
or quantity in ba^s notexcteding 12 cwt.. or 
a load containing 6 l)ags Salt, say abont ^^■\'^i) 
lbs , or iirioad containing*; brls. Flour, or 5 l)rls 
of Sugar, Fish, lieef. Pork, Turpentine, Cidev, 
or half a ton of Iron, or the same quantity of 
Cordage in coil not exceeding 4 c:\vt., or a 
load of any articles not. herein uKMitloned, - 

For a 64 gallon casik of Wine, Uuui, Gin, 
Brandy, Molasses, or I'orter, or for a load of 
Sand, Gravel, or Stones, or a load of 4 brls. 
of at>y Spirituous Liquor or Molasse , - 

For Cables and Cordage, in coils above a 
jwt., or if tocoi', i er ton, or if for Hay loose, 
per ton. - - 

For Hay, screwed, per ton, .... 

For IJricks, per thousand, .... 

For Lumber, per thousand feet. 

For the carriage of any article or articles 
not exceeding half a load, .... 

For Household FurnI ure, without reference to d'stan.ies, single horse bad, 75c. ; 
moie tlian one horse, !{;I.5U ; and when agreement is by the h ur, sii.gle teams, 
fiOc., double team, ^1. 

The Firsf' IJixtrict to conipiiso all that part of the Cily lyinar between and 
within the N'>rlh side of Union Street, the Kast side of I'rin'ce William Street, and 
the South side of Duke Street. 

Second DidrLt to comprise all that jmrt of the City outside of the First Dis- 
trict, which lies between ami wilhin the F.ast sde of Mill Street, near the City 
line, North side of I'ond Street, l"..i.-it side of Peel Street, North side of Oarleton 
Street, Fast side of Coburg and (.'hariotte Streets, anil South side oi Queen Street. 

77(ird District to coniprise all tliat jiart of the City outside of the Second Dit- 
trict, that lies between and wit'iin the City line on the ?';orlh, the Fast side of 
Dorchester Street, North side of ll..z..n Street, llatt fide of Garden Street, North- 
erly side of Paddock Street, K.isterly H"de of Waterloo Street, Fast side of Sidney 
Street, and South siile of Saint dames Street. 

Fourth Didr'ul to comprise all that part of the Cily -^ntside of the Third Dis- 
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Bliiie at ri!?!it ang'es to the aaiil City line, and which ftrikes tlie intersection of 
t'le Kiistcrly lim; ol CoV.urs with Ilic Northerly line of Ihizen Street, tlie Kaaterly 
Hide of Cohiir^' .'Street, Northfily Jiiile (if ("iill' bircet, Westerly side of Waterloo 
Street, Northerly s! le of II ctiinoiid Street, Masterly side of UriHs^els Street, Mas- 
terly side of (.'arinartlien Street, and Southerly side of Main Street. 

/'*/</(. />/K</7r/' to comprise !! 11 that ]iart of tlie t'ity outside of the Fourth Dis- 
trict, that lies hetween and within the City line on the North, the Southerly I'Ue 
of the (leneral I'uhlic IloHi)ital Ground.", the Noi Ihcrly side of .Ionian's Alley (so 
called), lyin"; hetween Water 00 and liiussels Streets, Masterly side of Itrns'sel.s 
Street, Northerly side of Clarence Street, Masterly side of Saint Patrick Street, 
Easterly side of Wentworth Street, and Southerly side ot Main Street. 
I iSV.W/j. Diitrict to comprise all that part of the City outside of the Mifth District, 
j which lies between and within the Northerly side of Clarence Street, Masterly aide 
! of Saint David Street, Mast side of Pitt Street, and South side of Main Street. 
i SiWitlh I)i.\t,i irt to comprise all that part of the City lying to the South of the 
South side of Main Street, and to the Mast of the Mast siile of Pitt and Saint David 
Streets, and to the South of the North side of Clarence Street. 

E'nihVi JJhtrivt to com|1ri^e all that part of the City lying to the Northward of 

the North side of Clarence Str^'et, to the Muatward of the Mast side of Brussels 

' Street, and Northward of the Northerly pide of the faiil .Jordan's Alley, and 

: NortluvarU 0.' the Southerly line and bound of the (Jeneral Public Hospital QrounUa. 



Rates of Ferriage across the Harbour of St. John. 

I'ltiNCKss .sTiiKia' Fi';iiiiy. 

Foot piiasengers, 3 cents each ; Discount Ticket.s, ,''1.') for One Dollar ; 
cliildren niukr li years of ajje, uud .sdiuol bo.va and girl.s over 12 years 
^ I of ajje, going to and from aciiool only, and sewing girls, '/ cents single 
(^ ! tickets, lO cen's per month ; clerks under 21 years of age, and appren- 
,- I tices, 3 cents single ticket, i^l.V;') per month ; horse, ox, or other large 
g 1, animal, 5 cents single ticket ; single wi.e'gon, cart, dray, sled, or other 






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one horse vehicle, 4 cents single ticket ; single waggon, gig, or sleigh, 
with horse and driver, 10 cents single ticket, 15 for :!!; single cart, 
dr'-iy, sled, or other one hor^e vehicle for hauling purposes, with horse 

and driV'^** " nunfu hiin.il.k linlmt. W fr^,* C:l ■ rlmiK!.^ iir .J (rry/itl nt* cIu/1 

for haul 

f\)rjl, ....__ ... , , ^ _ 

double waggon or carriage, lor conveying pitssenger.s, including horses 
and driver, 15 cents; one barrel, 'J cents; bag, containing two bushels, 
2 cents; fiikin, keg, or box, of about .>-ame .size, 1 cent; cask of lime, 



sled, or other one horfC vehicle for hauling purposes, with horse 
river,',! cents single ticket, 15 lor ^l ; double waggon or sled, 
luling purposes, with horses and driver, l:J cts , single ticket, 1.'3 

; if load over 4UoO lbs., for every additional i:00 lb.s, 1 cent ; 



four cents; pipe, hog.-hoad, or puncheon, 
other freight, 1 tent. 



i5 cents; every 103 lbs of 



Coiii'oii.ATioN .\\riinK.\(;r,. — Vessels not cxccedinp .^0 ton". T.'ic. ; W) to 100 tons, 
|1 ; UIO to \U\\ tons, sfl.'J."), l.">0 to 200 tons, .tl.-'tO; '.^iOO to 'i.')(t tons, !j;i.75; '-'50 to 
;!llO tona,!^-2 ; 800 to .■!,")() lon^ i«i.25; ;j.")0 to 40» tons, •^•l.'A); 400 to 4.")0 tons, 
il,->.lb ; 45(1 to f)00 tons, pi ; JJilO to 550 tons, .t!.'i5 ; 550 to 000 tons, $3.50 ; GOO to 
(550 tons, *:jT5; 0.5(1 to 700 tons. ;f t ; 700 to 750 tons, sfJ.'.'S ; 750 to to SOO tons, 
$4.50 ; 800 to S.50 tons, $1.75 ; S50 to 'J'.M tons. $5; l)i)0 to 1)50 tons, $5.25; 950 to 
1000 tons, .$5.5", aud 25c. for each additional 50 tons. 



Pony Carts, Express Carts, and Express Waggons 

! For loading, carrying, and hou.sing any goods, or any other article, 
I from the ^'ai Ket Slip, in King's and tiueen's W^ards, or Ironi any other 
I place within the limits of the first district, to any other place within 
the said f-eveial five di.-^tricts, the rates of pi ices are as follows : For the 
lirst district, l('c; second di.strici, l^c; third district, lie; fourth dis- 
jtrict, 1()C; tilth district, 18c; sixth district, 20c; aaveuth di;jtrict, 2;.'c; 
I eighth district, 21c. 






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Rates of Cartage in Carleton. 



ARTICLES AND WEIGHT. 



DISTRICTS. 



$ c. I c. 



I c. $ c. 



1. For a load of Wood (qu irter of a cord), - 

2. For a load of Coals (lia)f a chaldron), - 

8. For n load, containing 15 bushels of Grain, 
Salt, Potatoes, or any other articles measured 
at loading or unloading, except Coals, - 

4. For a jdpe of Win:% Gin, or ntandy, and hous- 

ing within the door of the first floor, - 

5. For a puncheon of Hum, or a titrce of Sugar, 

from 7 to 10 cwt., and housing, 

6. For a puncheon of Molnssen, a hogshead of 

Su)far, of 10 cwt. or upwards, or a hogshead 
ol Tobacco, and housing, . . . . 

7. For a hogshead or puncheon of Cider, or a load 

of Dried Fish, of 15 cwt., or a common load 
of household Goods, and storing, > 

8. For a load of Shingles, Hoop Polts, Stave.-', 

Heading, Trenails', SraoUed Fish in boxes. 
Salmon in kits, Dry Goods, or two hal'-hhdi?. 
lime, or a hogshead or crate of Earthenware, 
or two tierces of Earthenware, a hogshead o' 
Dried Fish, or two tierces Coffee, or quantity 
in bags not exceeding 12 cwt., or a load c(in 
taining 6 bils Flour, or 5 brls. Sugar, Fish. 
Beef, Pork, Tar, Pitch, Turpentine, or Cider. 
or half a ton of iron, or the same quantit; 
of Cordage in coils not exceeding 4 cwt., oi 
a luad of any other articles not herein men 
tioned, 

9. For a 64 gallon cask of AVine, Rum, Drand.v, 

Gin, Molasses, or Porter, or for a load cf 
Sand, Gravel, or Stones, or a load of 4 brb'. 
of any Spirituous Liquors, or M classes, 

10. For Cables and Cordage, in coils above 4 cwt., 
or if to coil, per ton, or for Hay loose, per ton, 

11. For Hay, screwed, per ton, . . . . 
19. For Bricks, per thousand, . . . . 
1.3. For Lumber, per thousand feet, . . . 
14. For the cartage of any article or articles not 

exceeding half a load, 



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80 85 90 

60 65, 70 

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60, G<| 67 70 
fl."/l 001 051 10 
75, 801 85. 90 

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The Firxt District to comprise all that part of Carleton lying north of Rodney 
Btrtet, and westi.f Front Row. 

The Second District to comprise that space lying beyond the first District north- 
•vard of Rodney street, extending west to Ludlow strest. 

The Tldrd JJiHtrict to comprise the space lying beyond the second District 
northward of Rodney street, extending west to Watson street. 

The Fourt'i District to comprise the space lying beyond the third District north- 
ward of Rodney street, extending west to the ("Ity line. 

Th e Fifih District to comprise the space lying south of Rodney street, and east 
of Alane street. 

The Sia'th District to co'rii>Tise the space lying beyond the fifth District, and be- 
yond the south line of Rodney street, and extending weat to Ludlow street, and 
to the north side of Germain street. 

The Seventh District to comprise all the space lying beyond the sixth District. 

For Handcartmen and Porters for loading and carrying any articles on any 
handcart, and lu using according to the following scale: — For the First District, 
Scents; Second District, 6 cents; Third District, 7 cents; Fourth District, 8 
cents; Firth District, 9 cents; Sixth District, 10 cents; Seventh District, 11 cents. 



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)ISTRICTS. 

'^ 4th. .StuTjCthTtth. 

IS' 20 23~25 2S 
8.0, 83| 8ft| 87; 40 



22 25 

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2S 80, a*] 
70 78:' 75 

40 42, 46 1 



'^j 4S 60^ 63^ 65 
^ 88 85 88: 40 



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80j sal 85 



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I 60, «.<( 67 7,) 

If'' > 00 1 05 I 10 
7o; sol 86. 90 ' 



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north of Roih^y 

St District north- 

! second District 

Id District north- 

' street, and east 

District, and be- ' 
id'owr street, and 

e sixth District. ''■ 
articles on any 
e First District, 
urth District, 8 
stricf, 11 cents. 



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ESTABLISHED 18«l. 



COTTON YARNS 

Awarded the only medul f,'iven at the Centennial Exhibition for Cotton 
YarnH of Canadian manufacture. 

nSTos 5 -fco lO's^ 

WHITE, BLUE, RED ^ < l^^liE AND GREEN, 

made of good American (*)ttnji > i ii ^ e. e, correctly numbered, 

and warranted full lengtii .'lud '.* i,,:i&. 

We would ask jnirchivsti.s of (' ilLii!) '. .u]!, to remember that our 
Yarn is sinui on Throstlt- bVamoH, wlii'i' in.-ikr a stronger Yarn than 
the Ring Frames used in milking tlie j\i I'iii a Yarn. 

It is also better twisted and more c:i:.Ui.lly reeled, each hank being 
tied up in seven lease of 120 yards each. I'his malies it much more easy 
to wind than when put up vvith()ut lea.se, as the American Yarn is, 
and also saves a great deal of waste. 

Those acquainted with weaving will undei-stand the great advantage 
it is to them to use Yarn put up in this manner. 

I COTTON CARPET WARP 

Made of lO's Yarn. 4 Ply Twisted, 
WHITE, liEB, BROWN AND SLATE, 

ALL FAST COLORS. 

Each 51T) bundle contains 10,000 yard.-^ in length, and will make a 
length of Carpet in proportion to the number of ends in width. 

We i)ut more twist into this Warp than it formerly had, and it will 
now make a more durable C'arpet than can be made with any other 
material. 

Since its introduction by us a few years ago it has come into very 
general use throughout the country. 

BEWARE OF II»IITATION8. 

isr None is Genuine without our name on the Label 



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'J'his Ctitton will lio found (luito cinial to Ann'iiwin in iijipearanco, 
■ind owin^' to the Yarn boiny harder twisted, it will prove ninch more 
durdde. 

It is made with the smallest possible <inantity of Sizeiilf,'; and is 
consequently very much .superior to any En,^■lish (.'otton imi)orted. 

Our Grey Cotton has our Stami) upon it. 

FOK WOOLT.EN 3I1J.LS, 

tiny i('i<Uh and (inij nunther of Yarn. Single or 

Doable and Ticisted, Mh'ite and' Coloared, 

Warranted to i reave a;etL 

Our Cioods are sold by us to the Wholesale Trade only, from whom 
( Country Merchants and consumers can always obtain them by asking 
specially for thorn. 






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CALHNDAr. 



83 



1879.1 



JANUARY Ims Thirty-Ono Days. 



1879 



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rilASLrt OP Til 3 JInON. 

Full Moon, Rill daj', 7h. 2;Jin. r.M^. a.m. W. by N. 
LriHtQuartor, IMh day, Oh. C7in. Oa. a.m. 8. by W. 
Now Moon, 22d day, 7h. 2'm\. .W.s. A, si. E. by S. 
First giiarter, .10! h day, rh. lOni. ry.).q. a. m. N. by E. 



Porigcf 
mil d.ny. Noon. 

Apofjoo 
2nthday,2h. A. m. 



EVENTS, 1IOUDAY3, KTC. 



Cironnici-slon. Freo BchoolH insHt. 
by law in N U. 1872. |a 

Fii-Ht N. n. rarllament 1780. Cold 
Wyaltdied 1862. Rain 

Eniption of Vesuvius IWIH. Snow 
Dnko of York died mi7. 
lipiphany. 

KuKjn Co. Court. Eqititii t-tittinfjn. 
IV. Albi'i-t Victor of Wales b. IStU. 
Nap. 111. d.'7:J. V. limnian'l d. '76 
Penny postage commenced IHJO. 

.S'/orjuy 
Ist Sunday after Enipliany. 
St. Hilary. \Yo)iv Count n Con rt. 
St. John Circuit, Wefitmorlund <0 
Napoleon HI. buried JH7;J. 
Sir Jolin Mooro killed 1809. 
St. Anthony. Stormi/ 

Old Twelfth Day. 
M Sunday after Eplphauj'. 
St. Fabian, o ent. si. ^ ent. ,-,!?. 
St. John Circnit Court. 
Eclipse of sun, invisible In N. F!. 
Duke of Edinburgh married 1<S71. 
(•■it)) llobt. Burns b. 17f)0. Slonnn 
Princess Koyal married 1828. 
M Sunday after Epiphany. 
Czar Peter I. died 172j. [Equit:/ S. 
St. John North.<t Queens Co. Court. 
KinK OeorgB III. died 182(). 
Martyrdom KingCharleb 1. If* 10. 

Stormy 



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45 4 25 
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arms 

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brest 

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bwls 

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reins 

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Rodinson's rHosrHoutzEi) Emulhion of Col) Liver Oil with 
Lacto-Pho.si'Hate(»1' Lime, i.si)re]).arcd with the finest Cod Lircr Oil ~ono 
the most esteemed remedies in the (.-atalogue of the '"Materia Medica," 

Ldcto Pliti.Hphatc of Lime, wliieh enters so largely into the formation of 
bono nuiterial and otlier important tissues of the l)od3',-()r Phosphorus, 
the gre.it brtiin and nerve tonic and invigor.ator, in a form and comlnna- 
tion most desirable to obtain its fullest effects, together with other rnlu- 
ahlc remedial cKjcnts, not the least of which is Iron, the great blood pro- 
ducing element. These are all ultimately combined in one denndcent 
fluid of hon ogeneous appearance and delicate Havor, possessing remark- 
able power in r rrosting the decay and supplying the waste constantly 
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FEBRUARY has Twenty-eight Days. 11079. 



PlIASKH OP TUK niooN. 

Full MnfffI, (;Mi <1u.v, Oli. lOm. :.');). i-. M. S. E. 
I,;vHtgiiart<M-, Lit h day, '-'h. H.'Siii. r.Jn, r. m. N. W, 
New Mijoii, yoUi day, llh. nsui. Ms. r. M. N. 



!ith day, Hli. r. n. 
!i:.th day, 81i. p. r.i. 



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nil Sim. after Epiphany. I'tuH'm's. 


17 7 


7 25 


5 2 


(E 10 arms 


5m 57 


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7 21 


3 4 


8 39 arms 


7 21 


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Charles H. died llW. 


15 ;iN 


7 111 


5 10 


M. heart 11 I'J 


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PopoFiii.slX. diedisrs. 


15 20 


7 18 


5 II 


17 heart 


11 5] 


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I.ora Mayo died 187','. (h. IR'Kt 


15 1 


7 Y> 


5 i;) 


1 8 l)wls 


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SeptUHKesima Stin. Sul. 'I'lirkey 


14 4^ 


7 15 


5 11 


1 .58 bwLs 


1 9 


10 


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Queen VI. toria married IHIO. 


14 'ii 


V 14 


5 10 


2 48 reins 


1 48 


11 


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Fail (tnil I'Vont;/ 


14 :J 


7 n 


5 17 


3 .39 reins 


2 28 


12 


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Sir ■William Napier died \mo 


i:i 4:i 


7 11 


5 111 


4 32 seers 


3 7 


11 


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5 20 


5 28 seers 


3 51 


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St. Valentino. 


i:j 2 


7 8 


5 21 


27|tliiKS 


4 43 


15 


Sat 


Cardinal Wiseman died 1803. 


12 42 


7 (i 


5 22 


7 20 tliiga 


5 50 


16 


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Sexagesinia Svmday. 


12 21 


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5 2» 


8 25 knees 


7 23 


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Michael Angelo died l.Vil. 


12 


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5 20 


9 21 knees 


8 58 


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Fair inid Mild 


11 8i» 


7 2 


5 27 


10 14 knees 


9 87 


19 


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Galileo bom 1504. 


11 18 


7 


5 28 


11 3, legs 


10 37 


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Josei»h Hume died lf55. 


10 .57 


(5 59 


5 m 


11 48 legs 


11 2 J 


21 


Fri 


Cranmer burned 155(>. 


10 3:5 


6 57 


5 31 


OEai feet 


1 1 M) 


22 Sat 


Sir Clius. Lyell died 1875. 


10 r\ 


.55 


5 32 


1 12, feet 


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2;}iSu 


Shrove Sunday. Fair and Colt) 


«J 51 


« 54 


5 34 


1 52, face 


1 


24iMo 


St. Matthias. 


y 21) 


« 52 


5 35 


2 33 1 face 


a 10 


25,Tu 


Shrove Tuesday. 


y 7 


50 


5 37 


3 15 face 


2 10 


20 W 


Asli Wednesday 


8 44 


(S 48 


5 38 


3 69, neck 


1 29 


27 Th 


I.,ongfello\v born 1807. 


8 22 


U 40 


5 40 


4 40 neck 


2 57 


28:Frl 


End of Tiehborne Trial 1.S74. Snow 


7 5!) 


44 


5 41 


5 35 arms 


3 30 



•liseases as pervert and impair nutrition, vitiate the blooil, and mp thv 
I'itii! forces. It is higlily recommended for ConsiivijHion, Clirunic Bron- 
chitis, Coiiffli«, Scrof aid, Scrofit foils and Si/philitic Uh'crs, Tumors, Dis- 
eases of the Bones, Joints, and Spine, General Debilitii, Emaciation, and 
all imiyurities of the Blood. It is partienlarhi adapted to delicate females 
in those low .states of the .system that manifest themselves iu so many 
of tlie ailments i)eeiilia" to their sex. To the aged and infirm its nour- 
ishing and invigorating i)roperties will give renewed strength and 
buoyancy of spirit ; and to verii i/onmj children its continued use will 
be found of incalculable benefit, as its tonic and nutritive jjroperties 
supi»ly the blood with strength-giving materials for bone and muscle 
structure, and thus furnish the foundation for stronrj aad healthy con- 
stitutions. It is very jdeasant to the taste. 

Prepared solely by J. H. Robinson, Phai-maceutical (ihemist. Saint 
John, N. B., and f<jr sale by Druggists and General Dealers. Price 
#1.00 per bottle ; six bottles for $5.00. 



Gent's Leather Hat Boxes at 




•HlliiiiiMtii, nulliic4'*t<u., ikty UwimI, HI..Iu1iii, S. II. 



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ChronU' JJron- 
Tumors, Dis- 
xiciation, and | 
'■fii-(itcfv,„ah,\ 
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'inn its nour- 
^ti-eiiyth and 
mod use \v\\\ 
■« ]jroj)ertie.s , 
and Uiuscle 
healthy con- 



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3.') 



MAHOU Ikui Thirty-Oue Daya. 



11070, 



VUA&VM UP TltlS IkloON. 

I'iiKi giKirfer, 1st day, •)!». aim. l)n. a.m. N. W. 
I'ull Moon. Hth ilay. Hli. .JCni. 9a. a.m. K. S. E. 
r jiBt Quui-Ut, Nth clay, llh. V'm. 31)s. p.m. W. liy N. 
Now Mf)on, iWd day, 'Ih. -lOm. I.'js. v.m. W. K. W, 
Kir«t guarter, .'«)th day, 81i. -lOni. a'Js. ivM. S, W. by 8, 



.M. 



I'erlgi'o 
!»th day, Oh. i-. 

Apogeo 
25th day, lOh a..m. 




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a St' 

ajio 

'1 Tu 

slw 

TIj 
Til 
Sat 
SiJ 
Mo 
Tu 
W 
Th 
II Fri 
16 Sat 
16 Si' 

iriMo 

18 Til 

19; W 

20 Th 
21 1 Fri 
2i,Sat 
2;] Si; 

21 Mo 
2.');Tii 
26, W 

27 Th 

28 Fri 

29 Sat 
80 Sit 
31 1 Mo 



St. David. [S 

iHtSiin. Ijont. Czar Nifiiolasd. IR')). 
Louis Philippe nrrlveil in Eng. 1H48 
Weiitmorlantl Co. Court. Siioir 

Laplace died 1827. Hlormij 

M. of Lontlonderrv died IH.'il. 
Hible SociftyinHtltutud 1«0I. 
Duke of HridRewater died 1K0;1. 
2d Sunday in Lent. CoUl Uahi 

Prince of Wales married IWi'J. <n- 
Carliton Co. Court. Snow 

St. Gregory. 

Pi'incess Boatrlfo Marv l»orn 18.");'. 
Earl St. Vincent died IHiJ. 
Id Sunday iu Lent. Fair 

St. Patrick. Frosty 

Yorkmul (iloiiri'xtcr Co. Toio^s. 
( 18) Princess liuuisc born IH IS. 

IS 
Princess IyOuia(Miiarricd (Sri. |N 
Kmp. of Germany born 1797. Ftiir 
4th Sundn.y i:i T.fiit. Front ij 

Q. Elizabetli d. um. [Lady Day. 
liestiijonche ft Ch(t rlottn Co < 'ourt. 
Duke of t;andjridg(! ))orn hSli). 
Slave trade al)oli.slu'<l ]fS07. 
War declared against Russia ISjI. 



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5 41 
5 IS 

1 !J.-. 
4 31 
4 8 
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(} 37 .-) 47 

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29 5 63 

27 5 51 

I) 2ri|5 .'i<i 

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6 21 '5 59 

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.")t!i Sunday in liOnt. 
Maydii born 17.12. 



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5 57 n 

■i 55 1.-) 

2 315 5;i;o i; 

2 .57 5 51 JO 18 
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3 41 5 49|(J 21 

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hrest 


10 


.3 


heai-t 


10 


51 


heart 


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bwls 


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reins 


1 


28 


reins 


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23 


seers 


3 


20 


seers 


4 


20 


thigfl 


5 


20 


Ihigs 


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20 


tliigs 


( 


18 knees, 


8 


ll'kneet 


9 


legs 


9 


46 legs 


10 


2t) feet 


II 


11 feet 


11 


51 feet 


Oe 32! face 1 


1 


12 


face 


1 


55 


neck 


2 


41 


neck 


3 


29 


neck 


4 


20 


arms 


5 


11 


arms 


fl 


5 


brest 





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THE VTTAT/IZINC; NLrTRITIVE-TONTf! .lu.alities of Rohhwm'a 

Pho«p}ivri::vtl EtHiihi'in of I'otl Lircr Oil irith Ldcto-P/iosphatc of Lime 

would indicate its j,'roat v;duu as a Ue^torntirc .and fiirii/oi'fitor, and in 

that low condititm of tlie system prevailing in [latients ncirverimj from 

Uipthcrin as well as Feven especially those of a Tiiplioid character ; 

while, if taken when the luemonitory si,i,Mis loMitmh' and iraikncsn 

appear, it would have a tendency to prvirnl the attack, or lighten and 

shorten its duration. The cases iu wliieh it has been used fully hear 
out this liy])othesis. Tt stinnd.-ites the enfeebled ])ower.s, and builds up 
ami gives fresh life and vitality to the whole system. l'rei»nred solely 
hy .1. II. llol»ins<m. Pharmaceutical Chemist, St. John, N. B., and for 
sale hy Druggists and (leneral Dealers. Price 1^1.00 per bottle ; six 
bottles for ^5.00. 



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CALENDAK. 



1879.] 



APRIL has Thirty Dayp. 



[1879, 



riiAcr.s OF THE Moon. j 

Full Moon, 6th day, Ch. Oia. los. p.m. E, Perigee. j 

Last Quarter, i;UU day. Oh. 41m. 51s. A.M. S. W. hy W. 7th day, 6h. a.m. 
New Moon, 21st day, Oh, Sim. 21s. a.m. S. E. by 8. Apogee. 

First Quarter, 29th day, Ch. 52m. Os. a.m. N. E. by N. 21st day, 2h. p.m. 



2 ITu 



EVENTS, HOLIDAYS, ETC. 



13Su 



27S1T 
28 Mo 
a)!Tu 
301 VV 



NorthumherVd tD Kings Co. Court. 
All Foul's Day. [N 

Loss of stcaincr Atlantic 1H,G. 
Tower of Jjondou opened free 1875 
Oliver (loldsmith d. 1171. Haiti 
Britisli Museum estab. 1753. ISnotv 
Palm Sunday. 

Prince Leopold b. 185.1. Ilii^h tides 
l'\iir d? Frosty 
liord Bacon died 102(>. 
boyton crossed Channel 1875. 
Good Friday. 

Utrecht Tr'ty of Peace si^nrd 171.'!. 
Easter S. Cold dis. Australia 1.S51. 
Princess Beatrice born 18.7;. I'resi- 
[dent Lincoln assassinated 'tJS. 
Thiers born 17"J7. Cold llicjli 

St. Arnold. Winils 

Dr. Livingstone buried 1871. 
St. Alphege. 

Lo\ Sunday. Napoleon 111. b. 1808 

Hixoir 
St. John Co. Cov.rt. and 

St. George. Stvniiii 

Cromwell born 1599. 
Prs. Alice Maud b. 1843. St r^rark 
Cpt. Cook land'd at l!otany B. 177ii. 
'M Sunday after Easter. Cold 

Mutiny of the Bounty I'.s;). (tint 
Kvnt Count II Court. IMud;/ 

London University founded 18i.'7. 



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5 10 

6 3 

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a 42 
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(i 47 
(j 48 
■) 49 
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8 48 

9 30 

10 11 

10 5r, 

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lOlkneof- 
knees 
legs 
legs 
feet 
feet 
feet 
face 
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neck 
neck 
neck 
aims 
7' arms 
(•'arms 
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IN THIS PRESENT AGE, when the life-battle is so fiercely 
fought, and when tipon even the stron;j[est the tug and stress of it tell 
so heavily, how ncL-essary it beeonies for us to provide for the keejting 
up of our reserve Ht(H;k of mental ami phiitiical ntamina by the use of 
such a nerve-tonic and vitali:in(j atjcnt as IloBiNSi s's Piiu.SPHouiZEU 
EmULSIO.N Ol'' Ooi) LlYKIlOlI- WITH LACTO-rilOSl'lI.VTE oF LiME ! Its 
gently stimulating and nutritive-tonic pro2)erties supply the materials 
and as.sist Nature in her efforts to keep up with the exhaustive demands 
upon her reserves. Prepared solely by J. IT, Robinson, Pharmaceuti- 
cal (Chemist, St. John, N, B,, and for sale 1)y Druggists and Ueneral 
Dealers, Price -SL 00 per bottle ; six bottles for $5.00. 



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0879, 

Perigeo. 
rill day, 6h. A. jr. 

Apogco. 
21st day, Sh. p.j,. 



Sfiiiip.4on, WhUiicc «& Co., i'lty Bon«lt St. .loUn. N. B. 



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CALENDAR. 



37 



1879.] 



MAY has Thirty-Ono Days. 



[1879. 



PlfAREH OP TIIK Mut)N. 

Full aioon, Oth day, Ih. 4;'ni. .TJji. a m. i\ S. W. rerigeo 

Last Quarter, ICth day. ICh. 1.' ... S'Js. p u. E. 5th day, nii. p. h. 
New Moon, 21st day, Ih. 2fiui. i:>3. a, m. N. l-y E. Aiiogee 

. First Quarter, irtth day,ni.l'2in.27a.p.M.S.by\V.HjW. 18th day, Cli. p. ji. 



Om 7 
4 
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1 



reins 

reins 

seers 

seers 

7 thigs 

10 tl.igs 

10 Jcnoof 

7 kneet 

57 logs 

41 logs 

as foot 

«feet 

fill feet 

3')face 

1 1 ; aco 

51 iieek 

PS'J neek 

»< neck 

l" 11 1- ins 

7'arinf! 

f'iarins 

5l|l)re.s( 

4a,bro8t 

31jliearl 

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is so fiercely 
itress of it tell 
»r the keejting 

3y the use of ' 

I 

HO.SI'HOIUZKD 

!■' LniE ! Its , 
tlie materials 
tive (lem.aiulrt 
^liarniaceuti^ 
fUKl Ueneral 

moldings, 



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EVENTS, HOUDAY8, ETC. 



aOFri 
31 1 Sat 



Prince Arthur horn l.SoO. [N 

Princess Charlotte married 181(5. 
Jamaica di.soovered I-IH."). Cold 

Third Sunday after Kaster. and 
Napoleon I. tlied ISiil. Windu 

Eligii tides. Fair 

Treaty of Washington, 1S?1. 
Schiller died 1S05. 
Am. I'acitic II. U. finished 18C9. 
i<\>urth Sunday after Easter. 
Lord Stratford beheaded 1011. 

Fair 
Dean Dale died 1870, 
O'Connell died 18^17. 
Battle of Albuera. 1811. 
Dr. Jonner born 17-1'J. Igation Sun. 
Loyalists lnddSt..T,. N.B . 178:3. Ko 
Amm Uoleyn beheaded 15;W. 

Fa li- 
st. Helena discovered 1502. 
Ascension Day. 
Loss of the Admiral l.«7t. 
Queen Victoria born 181'.). 
rrincess Helena horn 181(). 
Augustine Apostle. 

-\kassiz born 1807. 
Corner stone City Ilall laid 1HT8. i 
Ascension. Rainij\ 

Mutiny at Lucknow 1857. 



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.71 fetft 
Sy'face 
li'rface 
face 
neck 
neck 
arms 
arms 
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brest 
bresl 
heart 
heart 
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Mr.. George Sewell, of Memramcook, N. B., writing from Moncton, 
under date of May 7th, 1H78, s.ays : -Mr. J. H. Hobinson, St. John, 
N. B., Dear Sir, In .Tami.ary last I came to Moncton from Memram- 
cook to consult a physician, as I was in the last stage of C'onsuiiip- 
tion. When I arriv(*d here I had to go to my bed, and w:vs so low I 
never expected to leave it. A i)hysiciau was called who i»ronounced 
m}'' ca.se hopeless ; th.at I might live a week or two, but ceitainly not 
more. As a last resort he recommended llo -inson's (-od l^iver Oil 
with Ijacto-PhoHphate of lame. I purchased a bottle, a 1 after taking 
the first dose I commenced to improve. It seemed, alter taking a 
dose, Jis if I had ea'^en a good, hearty meal. I have continued taking 
it ever since and am lajudly im|)roviug. I am (utnfitlent that had it 
not been for j'our l)il / would hare heeii in mil i/rare to-dajj. Yt>u are 
at liberty to use this in any vvay you wish, as 1 am aaxious to let others 
who are afHicted in the same way, know, in the hope tliat they too, 
may receive the same benelit. 



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CALENDAll. 



1879.] 



JUNE has Thirty Days. 



[1879 



Phases op the Moon. 
Full Moon, 4th day, 9h. lira. 273. A. m. S. E. Perigee 

Last Quarter, 11th day. Oh. 31ni. 51s. p.m. W. by N. 3d day, Ih. a.m. 

ew Moon, I'Jth day, 3h. 55m. 21s. p.m. N. E. by E. J^ E. Apogee 
First Quarter. a7thdaj'. Ih. 31m. 4js. a.m. W. by N. U N. 15th day, Gh. a.m. 



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° sun's 

DECL. 


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HIGH 
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a. M. 




n. H. 


1 


Sir 


Whitsunday. Pentecost. [N 


•2-2 3 


4 21 


7 3-- 


9e26 


reins 


8m 25 


2 


Mo 


Gordon Riots 1780. lininy 


22 11 


4 2(1 


7 35 


10 26 


seers 


9 10 


.T 


Tu 


York <& Westnwrland Co. Courts. 


a 1!) 


4 20 


7 36 


11 29 


seers 


9 52 


4 


\V 


Battle of Magenta 185i). 


■22 2(i 


4 m 


7 37 




thigs 


10 47 


5 


Th 


r»ss s. Waverley 1873. Chamiable 


2-2 33 


4 19 


7 J?? 


0m31 


thigs 


11 40 


fi 


Fri 


Victory of Stony Creek 1813. 


i-i 3!) 


4 18 


7 i>H 


1 37 


knee? 


Ok 32 


7 


Sat 


IHi-dt Reform Bill passed Eng. 1*32. 


■22 45 


4 18 


7 39 


2 36 


knees 


1 21 


H 


Sii 


Trinity Sunday. 


22 51 


4 18 


7 40 


3 30 


legs 


2 9 


9 


Mo 


Charles Dickens died 1870. • 


2-2 m 


4 17 


7 40 


4 19 


legs 


2 56 


10 


Tu 


Charlotte Co. Coitrf. jf 


•23 1 


4 17 


7 41 


5 3 


feet 


3 43 


11 


W 


St. Barnabas. Rainy 


ii ft 


1 17 


7 41 


5 46 


feet 


4 32 


IS 


Th 


Corpus Christi. 


23 


4 17 


7 42 


6 27 


feet 


5 22 


i;i 


Fri 


Defeat of the Ashantees 1873. 


23 13 


4 17 


7 42 


7 8 


face 


19 


11 


Sat 


Battle of Marengo 1800. 


2! 16 


4 17 


7 43 


7 49 


face 


7 23 


15 


SiJ 


1st Sunday after Trinity. 


•23 1!) 


1 17 


7 43 


8 33 


neck 


8 25 


16 


Mo 


Earl Canning died 1862. 


23 21 


4 16 


7 44 


9 2il 


neck 


9 21 


17 


Tu 


Stunbury Co. Court. [N. B. laid '78. 


23 2;^ 


4 16 


7 44 


10 8 


neck 


9 46 


18 


W 


3at. Waterloo 1815. Cor. stone B. 


•23 25 


4 16 


7 46 


10 58 


arms 


10 32 


1!) 


Th 


Shah of Persia visited Eng. 1873. 


23 2(1 


4 17 


7 45 


11 51 


arms 


11 14 


20 


Fri 


Ureat fire in St. John, N. B., 1877. 


■Si 27 


4 17 


7 45 


Oe 43 


brest 


11 51 


21 


Sat 


Proclamation of Q, Victoria 18:^7. 
2d Sunday nfter Trinity. Fair 


•23 27 


» 17 


7 45 


1 35 


brest 


0m58 


22 


Sir 


•23 27 


4 17 


7 45 


2 25 


heart 


1 5 


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Mo 


Battle of Solferino 1859. 


2'{ 27 


4 17 


7 46 


3 13 


heart 


1 44 


24 


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Queens and Albert Co. Courts. 
Victoria Co. Court. 


2;^ 26 


4 18 


7 46 


4 


heart 


2 23 


25 


W 


23 25 


4 18 


7 46 


4 47 


bwls 


3 4 


26 


Th 


George IV. died 1830. Fair 


•2:1 23 


4 18 


7 46 


5 35 


bwls 


3 52 


27 


Fri 


Massacre at Cawnpore 1857. 


•23 21 


4 19 


7 46 


6 23 


reins 


4 43 


28 


Sat 


Que^n Victoria crowned 18:^. 


•£i IS 


4 19 


7 46 


7 16 


reins 


5 39 


20 


Sir 


;id Sunday after Trinity. St. Peter. 


23 15 


1 20 


7 46 


8 12 


seers 


6 43 


30 


Mo 


ArgyU belieaded 1685, 


23 12 


4 20 


7 46 


9 12 


secra 


7 53 



A LEADINd MEDICAL AUTHORITY Hays: '' Cimsimplion hi 
essentially a tlifctease of dene n end ion au<l tlcatij. So that it may he in- 
ferred that the treatment for the most i)art .should be of a suHtaiiiituj 
and iiiri(ior(tti))(i character— nutritious food, pure, dry air, with such 
varied and moderate exerci.ses in it as the Htreugth will bear, the enli- 
vening influence of brij^dit sunshine and agreeable scenery, and cheerful 
society and occupation, aided by a judici<ius use of iiicdiciiKiI tonics and 
stiiuulantH, are among the mean.s best suited tc reatore the defective 
functions and structures of frames ^>n<»e to dcaiii.^^ 

Jtohiiisoii^s Plimpiiorizcd Enmlstn)} of Cod Lirer Oil with Lacto-Phoa- 
phate uf Liiiif by its gently stimuUttimj and iintritifc tonic jn-operties is 
adaj)ted in an ennnent degree to this oHice of lestoring the " defective 
functions and structures," as the nund)er of ciises in which it has been 
so successfullj' used, together with its short record of a few nnuiths 
that has jdaced it in the furciimst ranks of proprictarif rcnwdivs will 
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JULY has Thirty-One Days. 



[1879 



Phases op the Moon. Perigee 

Full Moon, 3d day, 5h. 13m. IWs. p.m. E. by N. 1st day, 2h. a.m. 

Last Quarter, 11th day, 4h. 30m. 3s. a.m. S. by E. % E. Apogee 
New Moon, I'Jtli day, 4h. 41m. 453. a.m. E. S. E. 12th day, llh p.m. 

First Quarter, 2Gth day, Oh. 11m. 273. a.m. N, Perigee 

27th day, 121i. p.m. 







EVENTS, HOLIDAYS, ETC. 


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Kings, Kent ft Madawaska Co.C'ts. 


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H. M. 


Dom. Canada estab. 1867. [N 
(1) Cor. stone Masonic Halilald '78. 


2;i 8 


4 21 


7 46 


10 b 15 


thigs 


9m 5 


2 


W 


2:i 4 


4 22 


7 45 


11 18 


thigs 


9 39 


3 


Th 


Fair 


22 59 


4 22 


7 45 




knees 


10 40 


4 


Fri 


Garibaldi born 1807. 


:22 51 


4 23 


7 45 


0m20 


knees 


11 34 


5 


Sat 


Princess Helena married 1806. 


22 49 


4 24 


7 44 


1 17 


legs 


0E2:i 


6 


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4th Sunday after Trinity. 


22 43 


4 25 


7 44 


2 8 


legs 


1 10 


7 


Mo 


Fair 


22 37 


4 26 


7 44 


2 56 


feet 


1 53 


8 


Tu 


Carlcton dt Gloucester Co. Court. 


22 30 


4 27 


7 43 


3 39 


feet 


2 33 


9 


W 


England acquired Isl. Cypms 1878. 


22 24 


4 27 


7 43 


4 22 


feet 


3 11 


10 


Th 


Columbus born 1447. 


22 16 


4 2K 


7 43 


5 3 


face 


3 51 


11 


Fri 


Duke of Kent married 1818. 


22 9 


4 29 


7 42 


5 45 


face 


4 32 


12 


Sat 


Battle of Aughrim 1691 Rain 


22 


4 30 


7 42 


6 29 


neck 


5 17 


13 


Sti 


ftth Sunday after Trinity. 


21 52 


4 31 


7 41 


7 13 


neck 


6 12 


14 


Mo 


Bastih^ destroyed 1789. 


21 43 


4 31 


7 4(t 


8 1 


neck 


7 25 


1ft 


Tu 


Itestiyouche Co. Court. 


21 34 


4 32 


7 39 


8 51 


arms 


8 36 


16 


W 


Sir Jcshua Reynolds born 17;.';i. 


Jl 24 


4 33 


r 39 


9 42 


arms 


9 25 


17 


Th 


Oawnpore captured 1857. Rain 
Ped. II. Emp. Brazil '41. lConf.'71. 


21 14 


4 ;w 


7 ;w 


10 36 


brest 


10 9 


18 


Fri 


21 4 


4 35 


7 37 


11 30 


brest 


10 54 


19 


Sat 


Bp. Winchstr k. '73. B.Colomb. ent. 


'•.'0 53 


4 36 


7 36 


0e21 


brest 


11 35 


20 


rtir 


6 after Trin. Cor. stone Leinster st. 


20 42 


4 37 


7 35 


1 11 


heart 


0m13 


21 


Mo 


Bat. Bull Run '61. IB. cli. laid '78. 


20 31 


4 38 


7 34 


1 59 


heart 


49 


22 


Tu 


St. J. d- Northld Co. Ct. [(lov. '78. 


20 19 


4 39 


7 33 


2 45 


bwls 


1 28 


23 


W 


Hon. E. B. Chandler sworn in Lt.- 


20 7 


4 40 


7 32 


3 33 


bwls 


2 .7 


24 


Th 


English took Gibraltar 1704. 


19 55 


4 41 


7 31 


4 21 


rems 


2 46 


25 


Fri 


St. James. Wind 


19 42 


4 42 


; 31 


5 12 


rema 


3 27 


2(i 


S.at 


Lord Cranworth died 1868. Rain 


19 29 


4 43 


7 30 


6 6 


secra 


4 13 


27 


Sn 


7th aft. Trin. Atlantic Cable suc- 


19 10 


4 44 


7 29 


7 3 


seers 


5 ft 


28 


Mo 


cessfully laid 1866. 


19 2 


4 45 


7 28 


8 3 


thigs 


6 13 


29 


Tu 


Niagara Bridge completed 1848. 
William Penn died 1718. 


18 48 


4 46 


7 27 


9 5 


thigs 


7 35 


30 


W 


18 34 


4 47 


7 26 


10 6 


knees 


9 2 


31 


Th 


RR. convention at Portland, Me. '50 


18 19 


4 47 


7 25 


11 4 


knees 


9 39 



Anothkk Communication fuom Mu. Giw. Sewell, dated Moncton, 
N. B., Juno 22nd, 1K7H. 

J. II. RoiiiNSON, Esq.— /">('( (r Wr— I wrote you in Maj- last informing 
yon of the wonderful l'ui'<> your "I'hosiiliorized Emui; 'On of ('od Liver On 
with Lacto-jihos]ihale of iJmc" liad made in mj- oasi', and. at Ihe same 
time promismg to write yon from timt^ to time to let yon know Ikjw I was 
getting along. lam mtich better in every way; am st rong(U' ; can walk a 
good long (listanee without getting tiivd. Sieep well and eat a hearty 
meal. In fact I am a new man in ev<n'y respect, and those who .saw me 
three months ago anil see nii> now, can lianlly believe that I am the same 
person. 

The above are facts, and believing that ingratitude is one of the unpar- 
donable sins, I feel it a duty to tell you of wliat, under a kind Providence, 
your preparation has done I'or me. Wishing you every success, &<!. &e. 

For Sale by Druggists and General Dealers, Price $1.00 per Bottle i six 
for $5.00. 



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1879.] 



AUGUST has Thirty-one Days. 



[1879 



Phases of the Moon. 
Full Moon, 2d day, 2h. 4rm. 51s. a.m. S. W. by S. J4 S. Apogee 

lAst Quarter, 9th day, 9h. 44ra. 333. p.m. E. N. E. 0th day, Ch. p.m 
New Moon, irth day, 3h, 46m. 21s. p.m. S. W. by W. Perip'ee 

First Quarter, 81th day. lOh. 47m. 333. a.m. N. E. by E. ^ E. 22d day, 2h,A.M. 
Full Moon, 3l8t day, 2h. 33m. 39a. p.m. N. E. by N. 






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EVENTS, HOLIDAYS, ETC. 



Lammas. [N 

Capitulation of Sedan 1870. Fair 

8th Sunday after Trinity. 

George Canning died 1827. 

St. Thomas. Frequent Shcnoers 

Prince Alfred born 1844. 

Name of Jesus. Llaid 1878. 

Cor. stone Queen-sq. Metb. Church 

St. Lawrence. 

9th Sunday after Trinity. 

Rain 

Old Lammas day. 

Fii-st book printed 1459. 

Napoleon I. born 1709. 

Gas fli-st used in London 1807. 

10th Sunday after Trinity. 

Emperor of Austria born 1830. 

Cold and Sh&ivery 
Prince of Wales at Quebec I860. 
Duke of NorthumberJand d 1867 
Battle of Bosworth Field 1485. 
Treaty of Prague 1866. 
nth Sun. aft. Tiinity. Changeable 
Battle of Crecv 1346. Shmvery 

Prince Albert 6. Consort b. 1819. 
Tending of Julius CsDsar d. c. 55. 
St. Augustine [1782 

Royal George sunk at Spithead 
Peace with China 1842. Very 

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450 


7 21 


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leKs 


11 29 


17 3:1 


4 51 


7 19 





46 legs 


Ob 12 


17 18 


4 52 


7 17 


1 


32 feet 


60 


17 1 


454 


7 16 


2 


16 feet 


1 28 


16 46 


455 


7 15 


2 


6S 


face 


2 2 


16 29 


4 56 


7 14 


3 


40 


face 


2 35 


16 12 


4 57 


7 13 


4 


23 


face 


3 7 


15 51 


458 


7 12 


5 


7 


neck 


3 43 


15 37 


4 59 


7 11 


5 


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neck 


4 23 


15 19 


6 


7 9 


6 


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arms 


5 14 


16 2 


5 2 


7 7 


7 


33 


arms 


6 2:3 


14 4;i 


5 3 


7 


8 


26 


arms 


7 53 


14 'C5 


5 4 


7 4 


9 


19 


brest 


9 11 


14 6 


5 6 


7 3 


10 


11 


brest 


9 43 


13 48 


5 6 


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11 


2 


heart 


10 }2 


13 28 


5 8 


6 59 


11 


5,> 


heart 


11 14 


13 9 


5 9 


6 58 


0e41 


bwls 


11 42 


12 50 


5 10 


6 56 


1 


29 


bwls 


0u28 


12 30 


6 11 


6 66 


2 


18 


reins 


1 4 


12 10 


5 12 


6 53 


3 


9 


reins 


1 43 


11 50 


5 14 


6 51 


4 


2 


seers 


2 21 


11 30 


5 15 


6 50 


4 


59 


seers 


3 1 


11 9 


5 16 


6 48 


5 


58 


seers 


3 48 


10 4y 


5 17 


6 4G 


6 


58 


thigs 


4 44 


10 28 


5 19 


6 44 


7 


58 


thigs 


6 55 


10 7 


5 20 


6 42 


8 


55 


knees 


7 at 


9 46 


6 21 


6 41 


9 


50 


knees 


9 1 


9 25 


6 22 


6 39 


10 


39 


legs 


36 


9 3 5 23! 


6 37 


11 


26 


legs 


10 30 


8 42 


5 261 


6 35 


M 1 


fet-t 


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WEAK AND SIOKLY CHILDREN, with their pinched features 
and emaciated forms aj»peal strongly to the best sympathies of every 
one. Yet, our symi)athies are of but little benefit unless they take a 
practical form, and the suifeiings from both Mental and Physical 
Debility be relieved \,y administering some such strength-giving "medi- 
cinal and nutritive Blood and Brain food as Mobinnon's Phosphorized 
E^nidsknof Cixi Lii'cr Oil with Lacto-Phospfiate of Lime. It aids the 
process! s of digestion and assimilation, re- vitalizes the blood, and sup- 
p'ying the material for bone and muscle structure, furnishes the fouu- 
d vtion fcr stronrjand hcalt/ii/ constitiUioxs. 

Pre] ared solely by J. H. Robinson, Pharmaceutical Chemist, St. 
Jo'in, N. B., and for sale by Druggists and (general Dealers. Price 
J^l.OO ptr bottle ; six bottles for §5.00. 



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Perlp-ee 
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3 40face 

4 SJ3face 

5 7|neck 
5 5-1 neck 
5 42 arms 
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> 20 arms 
' 19 brest 
• 11 brest 

8 heart 

5- heart 

bwJs 

bwJs 

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fiOseers 

58 £ecrs 

58tliigs 

58thigs 

55 knees / 

50 knees a 

39 legs I 9 

2«'eg3 10 

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CALENDAR. 



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1879.1 



^REPTEMEER lian TLirtyJDayr. 

Vit.v.sis vv TiiK Moon. 
I »ist Quarter, 8th day, Sli. 3'Jm. 51.4. r.M. In. E. 
New Moou, 10th (lay, Ih. 30in. 33s, am. N. N. E. 
First QnarU'r, Sid ilay. Ih. 55111. 15.s. IMI. S. by ];. i/, 1). 
Full Moon, 30th day, 4h. 62m. IDs. A.M. S. W. by V. 



[1879 

Apogee 
Ct!i day at noon. 

ren'j';co 
18th dr.y, 1 h.A M. 



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EVIiNT.S, nOLIDAYS, ETO. 



Rattle of Sedan l.^TO. [N 

Oli' or Cromwell died 1659. 
Frejich Republic proclaimed 18T0. 
.Malta captured 1800. 
Flight of King of Naples 18G0. 
13th F,uu. afUT Trinity. Fair 

NatlvUy cl Virgin Mary. rtak.lvS.W. 
Westmnrliind Co. V. St*b<istopol 
Jas. IV of Bcot. den. & slain 1513. 
Ijidy raJmerston died 18(;!^, 

English took Quebec 1759. Fair 
Uth Sun. after Trin. ■Wellington 
Brunei d. 1850. Id. 185:i. 



Quebec sur. to British 1769. 
Battle of Poictiera 135(5. 
i*eace C^ongrfss of Brussels 1848. 
ir.tli Sun. after Trin. St. Mattliew. 
Autumn begius. fN 

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Butler (poet) died 1080. Fair 

Siego of Paris commenced 1870. 
St. Cyprian. 

Ten i»roeck's 4 miles in 7.155.1 1870. 
IGth Sunday aff^r Trinity. 
at. Michael. Michaelmas Day. 
St. jTerome. Rain 






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A CHILD'S OPINION. -A FACT. 

Stanley had recovered from a very serious illness, brcnight on 



by too close application to his books, in his earnest endeavors to out- 
strip his little schoolmates in the race after knowledge. 

His little brother, Percy, a youth of three summers, as was quite 
natural, held a very high opinion of the Medicine (Robinson's Phos- 
phorized Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Lacto-Phosphate of Lime), 
that had produced such gratifying results,-- but at the .same time, had 
a very warm affection for it on his own private account. After having 
sundry "refreshers" from the nearly empty bottle, which by common 






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OOTOBER has Thirty-one Days. 



[1879, 



Phases ok this BIoon. 
liUst Quarter, 8th day, 9h. 19m. 3s. A. ii. W. 8. W. 
New Moon, 15th day, lOh. 44m. 453. a.m. S. by E. H E. 
First Quarter, 22d day, Ih. 63m. 51s. a.m. W. N. W. 
Full Moon, 29th day, Oh. 45m. 21a. p.m. S. E. by S. >4 S. 



Apogee 
4th day, 5h. a. m. 

perigee 
16th day, Ih. p. si, 

Apogee 
31st day, 4h. p. m. 



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Sir Edwin Landsoer died ISTl. [S 
(Jhanning died I84:i. Rain ; 

Oid St. Matthew. St. Oerard. 
First English Riblc! printed 1.'j35. 
Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity. 
Failli. 

York and Kings County Courtn. 
G'tflre.s Miramichi 1825 Clucago 71 
St. Denys. Changeable 

Father Mathew bom 1700. 
Isabella II. exQueen Spain b. 18.30. 
Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity. 

(30) Lord Palmerston bom irsi. 
Sunbury County Court. Sltoircry 
Marie Antoinette executed ViV'i. 
Siege Sebastopol commenced 1854. 
St. Luke the Evangelist. [Am. 1402. 
19th Sun. after Trin. Columbuadis. 
Pire in Portland, N. B. 1877. 
NorthumberlanadtQueenaCo.Cotirt 
Lord HoUand died 1840. Fair 

Earl of Derby died 1869. 
Sir James Graham died 18G1. 
St. Crispin. 

Twentieth Sunday after Trinity. 
Captain Cool£ born 1728. [Co. Cuarls 
St. John Circuit, Charlotte dt Kent 
Metz surrendered 1870. liain 

Sheridan born 1751. 
Allhallows Eve. 





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reins 
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consent had descended to him, he critically holds it up between bis eye 'A 
and the light, and with the air of a Chief Justice, remarks : — ^'Mamma, 
Hike 'zat better' ii lobster." 

Little Percy's just apjireciatiou is a very [,'eneral one among thn 
; children who have once taken the Emulsion, and mothers would have 

less cause for an.xiety <ni account of the ceaseless drains upcm the ton 
j frail constitutions of their fast-growing little ones di 1 they but fully 
1 estimate the marvellous strengthenuig and vivifying properties of this 

medicine and its adaptability to the wants of growing stuuctuues. 

Try it. 



I.adies' Barrel Top Trunks at 



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jrs. 



U879, :|i879.1 NOVEMBER lias Thirty Days. 



5. 



Apogee 
4th day, 5h. a. m 

J'erlgeo 
16th day, Ih. p. ji. 

Apogee 
Slat day, 4h. p. m. 



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Stimpson, Wallace dc Co., City Boad, St. John, N. B. 

CALENDAR. 



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11879. 



TiiASES OP THK Moon. 
Last Quarter, 7th day, Ih. ."31 in. Os. a.m. E. by B. Terigco 

New Moon, i:3th day, Sli. llta. ITw. p. M. N. W.>^ W. 13th day, l^h. p. ii. 
First Qiiarter,*,'Oth day,Uh.;J0ra.5l3.p.M.E.S.E.»4E. Apogee 

Full Moon, 28tli day, 4h. aSin. 153. P.M. N.E.byE.J^E. 27th day, 4h. p. u. 



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EVENT.S, HOLIDAYS, ETC. 



j ]'.^at|. Ml Saints Day. 



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up between his eye ij 
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%l one among the 

others would have 

|-ains upon the too 

HI they but fi'.lly 

: properties of thin 

WING .STUUCTUBES. 



21st Sunday after Trinity. 



[S 
Rain 









Gloucester County Court. 
Battle of Inkernian 1854. 
St. Ijeonard. 

Defeat of the Sikhs at Mooltan '48. 
Trent affair 18t!I. Fair 

22d afterTrin. V. of Wales born Ml 
Martin Luther born 148;5. 
Reittigouche rfr Albert Co. Court. 
Battle of Sheriff Muir 1715. 
George Fox died 1090. Rainy 

Highest tides of the year. 
St. Machutus. [1869 

23d after Trin. Suez Canal opened 



Victoria Co. Court. 
St. Edmund. 

Princess Royal born 1840. 
St. Cecilia. Changcnble 

St. Clement. 24th after Trinity. 
Tran. of Venus over sun's disc 1029 
Aladawaska Co. Court. 
Sandwich Islands diaeoverod 1798. 
Princess Mary (of Teck) born 1833 
Washington Irving died 18.59. 
Cardinal Wolsey died 1530. Fair 
1st Sunday In Advent. St. Andrnv/. 



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legs 

legs 

feet 

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face 

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THE INVIGORATING, FATTENING, AND NUTRITIVE 

properties of /Jo^^tft.wn's Phosphorizeil Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with 
Lacto-Phosphate of Lime are such as would indicate its sufficiency to 
" sustain the body in the performance of its vajiou;^ functions," with 
the aid o*" but little solid food. Hence its superior remeilial worth in 
the '■^WaMin(j Diseases of CliiUlliootl,'' — the "' W<istin(/ Awaii," in those 
of 'U^onsumptive tendineif,"— in Consumption itself, as well as in General 
Dehililii, and in all cases of Prostration and Emaciation. Prepared 
solely by J. H. Robinson, Pharmaceutical Chemist, St. .John, N. B., 
and for sale by Druggists and General Dealers. Price $1.00 per bottle ; 
I six bottles for .iiSo.OO. 



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CALENDAR. 



1879.1 



DECEMBER has Thirty-One Days. 



[1879, 



riiASES Off THE Moon. 
I^ast Quarter, <lth daj-, 3h. 13in. &l.s. r m. W. 
New Moon, ICth day. Oh. S9m. KTa. a.m. E. J-t f^ 
First Quarter, SOtli daj-, Ch. 51in. O-'is. a.m. N. % E. 
Full Moon, 28th day. llh. 51m. 27h. a.m. N. % W. 



Terigeo 
12th day, Ih p.m. 

Apogoo 
21th day, llh. p.m. 



!i8!Su 
29!Mo 

ao.Tu 

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EVBNTa, HOLIDAYS, ETC. 



Princess of Wales bom 1844 
Victoria Co. Court. 



IS 
Fair 



Carlyloborn 1795. 

Home made Italian capital 1870. 

St. Mcholaa. 

2d Sunday in Advent. 

Fair 
Westmorland and Carleton Co. C. 
Royal Academy estal). 1768. 
Alexander Dumas died 1870. 
Edwin Forrest died 18^2. 
High Tides. St. Lucia. [d. 1861. 
.'kl Sun. in Advent. Prince Albert 

Stormy 

Boliver died in 18.30. 
Samuel Rogers (poet) died 18.'j5. 
Hanover made 9th German Elect. 
Napoleon III. Prcs't. 1848. ll(J'J2. 
4th Sun in Advent. St. Thomas. 

atomiy 
Prince Albert buried 18C1. 
Hugh Miller died 185«. 
CJhristmas Day. 
St. Stephen. 

St. John the Evangelist. 
1st Sun. after Christmas. Innoc'ts. 
Gladstone born 18</J. Fair 

Gen. Prim assassinated 1870. 
Disraeli born 1806. St. Silvester. 



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seers 
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feet 
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face 
neck 
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(Reyisttred Trade Mark,) 

WITH LACTO-^PHOSCPHATE OF LIME. 

For Consumiition, C^)uyhs, Bronchitis, Aplionia, Cliroii; lllieumiv- 

tism, Lo.ss of Nervous Puwe:-, (xeueral Ddnlity, Emaciation, 

Scrofula, Scrofulous an J Syphilitic IJkers, Rickets, 

An;einia, Amenorrhd-a, Leucorrliuia, Cliolorosis, 

and all inii)urities of the blood. 

Manufactured solely by J. H. Robinson, Gtiemist, 

ST. croHinsr, nsr. b. 



Itadies" Corsets and (. )i}ldreo's "Waists at 1, EDGAR OOI.DINGS, 



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Htluiphou, iVtillace A I'o., C'ltj Uuiul, 81. John, S, It. 



•ays. 



ri879, 



Perigeo 
12th day, lli p.m. 

Apogeo 
Sltli day, llh. p.m. 



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ADVKnTISKMKNTS. 



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blest 
brest 
heart 
heart 
50 heart 
33!bwls 

lo'rciiia 

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56 seers 

5<i seers 

thigs 

thigs 

knees 

knees 

legs 

legs 

feet 

feet 

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S. ll.VYWAEl) & 00, 

PIMNCE WM. STKH:I<:T, saint JOHN, N. B. 

Importers and Dealers (at Wholesale only) of 
All kinds of 




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51 



I raints, Oils, Window GIjvss, &c. &c. 



faco 
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Hioiij Uliounijv- 
Eniaciation, 
iickets, 
u'osis, 



1, Cbemist 



.'>LDINQS, 



CARRIAGE MAKERS GOODS A SPECIALTY. 

AT WHOLESALE AND EETAIL. 



Always in Stock— A fine Assortment of the 
Highest Grade of 

mum HiEEOii! WOOD won. 



Ox*d-ex»s sol±o±1jec3— 




p. S.— We arc the Sole Ai^eiits for the llaiiiiltoii 
Clock Vo, for New ISriiiiKUiek. Tlie.se ^ootls arc 
warranted, and defy I'oinpetition in i»rices. 

THE TRADE ONLY SUPPLIED. 

S- 131. <Sc Co- 



'-tn liiUm Sd-oet, ant! I to Sytliiey Sir< ct, SI. .luliii, W. II. 



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19 King Street, St. John, N. B. 

DRY GOODS 



AND- 



Resnectfully invito attention to to their larjife and well assorted 
stock of DRY COODS, comprising 

WOOLLENS, COTTONS, LINENS. HOSIERY, GLOVES, 
SILKS ilABERDASHERY, SMALL WARES, ttc. 

Special ualuc in Scotch, West of Englancl ami 
Canadian Trouserings. 

BLANKETS, FLANNELS, AND TABLE LINENS. 

Parks' Grey Cottons, Cotton Warps, and Carpet Warps at 

Mill Prices. 



THE CARPET DEPARTMENT 

Embraces all varieties and new designs in Brussels, Tapestry, 
Wool, Dutch and Union. Hall and Stair Carpets, Felts, Dru;,'- 
gets, Felt and Linen Crumb Cloths ; Hearth Rugs ; Mats of all 
kinds ; Mattings and Floor Oil Cloths. Curtain Materials in 

REPP, DAMASKS, TAPESTRIES, and COTELINES. 

XJ..A.CE1 OXJE,T.A.IlSrS, 

CURTAIN TRIMMINGS, GIMPS, FRINGES, &c. 

Cornices made to ordir in a variety of st'/Ies. Carpets Cut and Madi 
Floor Jil cloths cut and fitted to enxler. 

PRICES MODERATE AND TERMS LIBERAL. 



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J. & J. HEGAN & CO., 

19 King Street, St. John, N. B. 



Lndies' Round Top Trunks at 



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stnretl by 




Stimpson, Wallace Si Co., City Road, it, John, K. S. 

187!). 1 ADVKUTISEMKNTft. 



4; 






mcl well assorted t 



:ry, gloves, 

^ARES, &0. 
iJnMancl and 



LINENS. 

arpet Warps at 

TMENTJI 

sels, Tapestry, f 
its, Felts, Drug- ■ 
igs ; Mats of all | 
ill Materials in « 

)TELINES. 1 

JES, &c. fe 

Cut and Mmli. g* 
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IBERAL. i 

CO., 



laiie Imi I lim f 011 Je|^ 

Steam Engine and Macliine Shop, 
ALBION and ST.DAVIDSTREETS;^ 

SAINT JOHN, N. B. 



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^he Subscriber, haviiiLj :ill tlie recently improve*! facilities, in jtrepareil ; 3 
to manufacture every deHcription i)f [ ^^ 

ITEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, i 

For Marine or Land Purposep, of any wize. 

SCREVV^ PROPELLERS, 

Patent "Variable Expansive Cut-off,"^ 

.; Saving ilO Per Cent, of Fuel. 



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|le would direct special attention to the above, and would refer parties 
requiring them, for infonnation re.specting their |)ower and use- 
fulness, to the proprietors of " Scovil's Kolliuy Mills." 

IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS 

Made to order, and Patterns furnished. 

i ^ 
Always on hand -Ship Work, Pumps, Cook Stoves, Cabooses, Grates, . •* 

Furnace Mouths, &C. ^^ 

i Work for Saw or Orist Mills. i » 

CARLinVjY AIR-TIGHT COOKIMl STOVE. '% 

PATENTEE AND SOLE MANUFACTURER OF I f^ 

HULBERT'S PATENT PLOUGH, 



Pronounced by judges to be the best Plough in the market. I j H 

Blacksmith Work, Jack Screws, and Ships' Cramps, executed promptly and on i ! w 

liberal terms, I h 

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t^?- Plans anil arrangements for all work executed in this Establishment 
will be made without charge. 

I JOHN SMITH, 

%' : Practical Engineer and Millwright. 



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Knowlea' Trunk Warerooms, 66 King Street. 



OrKftiia In twenty different atyi«»H, lYmtmfactured by 






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ALBION HOUSE. 



BEARD & VENNINB 



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BEARD&VENNING ' 

18 King* Street, 

SAINT JOHN. N. B. 



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Ladies* Shawls and Mantles at I. EDGAR GOLDING'S, 



fart 111 vtl by 



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rclaits, 

UN 

MERICAK 



HIlniiiHOii, Uiillaro •! 4'o., i'Hy HoihI, Ht. .I«iliii, S. U. 

Cnv <»l'' HA I NT JOHN. 



40 



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CITY OF SAINT JOHN. 

S> i.vKsTKn/. Kauliv, Kmi., Mayor. W. If.Ti ck, Kwi-.l^. C, Kccorclcr. 

KINVJ'S NVAHI). 



Coimri/forH, 
Williiun ll.-iiiinit>i 

} ranis All;ui. 
Ji)hn MoKiHliWio. 

Hiirtholomew Coxottcr. 

WKI-MNGTON WAHI). 

'J'homiiH n. HftniiiL'tnii. 



ilVKKti H WAHI). 



T)l!KKrt WAHI). 



HIDNKY WAUD. 



^etia>±l. 



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.DINGS, 



Ahfmiiru, 
.liiimm Doinvillo, 

JamcH At^uiuH, 

.lollU Kt'lT, 

Jleniy Didfell, 
WilHain Poters, 
(TC(ir>,'o 11. MiU-tin, 
Saimiel L. lirittaili, 
ir. Adam UlaHj^ow, 

Jarvis Wil«(ni, 

William Bamlall, Esq., Treasurer or CJhaiiib«rlain, and lleceiver of 
Taxes. 



rinNCE WAHI). 



John H. Alien. 



(!l'V S WAUD. 



UBOOK 8 WAH?>. 



Enoch B. Colwell. 
J. Alfred Rirtff. 



ALDEUT WARD. 



C'liarles Emerson, 



B. Lester Peters, Esq., Q, ('., Common Clerk. 



Herbert E. Warilroper, Ekij., I)ei»nty (.'r union Clei'k. 

llnrd Peters, E.s(i., B. A., City Eu^'i'neer and Ijand Ayont (East). 

Michael W. Maher, Inspector of Buildings. 

James J. l^awlor. Street InHi)ector. 

Thomas F. liaynumd, Auditor ('ity Accounts. 

(Jeor^e Stockford, Hi;h (Jonstahle. 

C'alvin Powers, William Smith, F. M. Hancock, W. Buchanan, Ed- 
ward Edyson, Thomas McPher.soji, John Miller, Joseph Sharj), John • 
Hea, William Hawthorne and Aruhew Forbes — Marshals. 

Patrick McEvoy, Deputy (!lerk of the Market, Kinj^''s Sipiare. 

.John Mctiuire, (Jlerk of the l''ish ^larket, Duke Street. 

W. Albert Lockhart, Ceorjure K. Snider, Stewart & White, Edward 
Maher, W. 1). W. Hubbard, Thomas B. Hanington, William Lorri- j I 
mer, Robert W. Tjowe and E<lvvaid H. Lester -Licensed Auctioneers, j 

Augustus (^uick, John Jenkins, llobert J. Letmard, Jacob D. Mc-j 
T^onald, .lohn M. licavitt, Timothy McCarthy, William Black, O. ij 
Emery, James Thomi)soTi and Samuel K. Wilson-Port Wardens. I( 

Charles S. Taylor, Port or Harbour Master. Ii 

Alexander Heed, Clerk to Har'oour Mtvster. ' \\ 

Jose])h O'Brien, Harbour Inspector. ;! 

Light House Keeper at Partridge Island —James W^ilsim ; at the I 
Beiicon — Elijah Boss ; Steam Whistle, James Wilson, Engineer ; W. 
('ameron. Assistant Engineer. 

Robert J. liconard and A\xgustus Quick, Commissioners to settle 
dis])utes relative to Dockage, Wharfage and Cranage. 

Allan McLean, Shipping Ma«ter. 

John Wils(m, jr., Uriah Drake and Elias S. Flaglor — Assessors of 
Taxes. 



a34 rnloii Sircct, niul 1 to Kydiiey Stn-ef, Hi, John, Ji. II. 

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Chas. S. Taylor, Collector of Wharfage and Slippage at the Marl<r| 

Slip; E. McLeod, Collector of Slippage at Union Strcot ; — 

Collector of Slippage at North Slip ; J. J. Lawlor, Collector of Wharf 
age at Charlotte Street Wharf and Breakwater ; (Jeorge Y. F. Wilson, 
Collector of Wharfage and Slippage at North Rodney Wharf ; John 
McCaflFerty, Collector at South Kodnej Wharf ; I^wis Saunders, Col 
lector at Watson Slip ; William Dunlavej', Collector at King Strict 
Slip ; William Dunlavey, Collector at Strange Slip ; Lewis Saundtr-, 
Collector of Slippage at Ship Slip ; Lewis Saunders, Collector of Slii 
pa'jre at Market Sli[», Guy's Ward ; 11. 11. Allan. Collect«)r of Slipii.V-^ 
at Ludlow Slip ; George Y. F. Wilson, Collector of Slippage at Tr" 
tection Slip ; Chas. S. Taylor, C(dlector of Fees at Buoys ; Charles S 
Taylor, Collector of Anchorage ; John Moran, Collectin- of Slippage a 
Syiiney Market Slip ; Chas. S. Taylor, Slij) Master, Market Whar\t 
and Slip in King's and Queen's Wards 

J. C 
ket 

Joseph B. Hamm, Superintendent of Weighers of C'oal and M"; 
surers of Salt. . 

James CuUinan, Alexander B. Lockhait, JohnEiley, Albert D. Wil 
son, George Wilson and Stephen Thompson -Weighei's of Coal aii' 
Measurers of S<alt. 

Alexander McKelvey at Maiket S'.Ip ; John 7*'inn at Railway St i 
tion ; Edward J. McMuUin at Lower Cove ; Henry Fairweather i; 
North Slip ; Evan Evans at Carleton Railway ; Isaac O. Beatteay ;\' 
Market Slip, TJarleton— Inspectors of Firewootl, Bark, &c. 

Samuel Gillespie and F. W. Thompson— Searchers and Gangers m 
Oil (except Fish Oil.) 



. C. Wood, Weigh Master, Haj^ijarket ; H. Doherty, Sydney Mm 
Slip ; W. A. Spence, North Slip ; Isaac O. Beatteay, Carleton. 



tin 
Fish 



George Young, John Gallagher, Jonathan Anderson, J. E. Tree u 
1 and Thomas Miles, jr. -Cullers of Dried and Inspectors of Pickln! 
ish. 

James Slipp, Pound Keeper (East Side) ; William Cronk, Pouni 
Keeper and Hog Reeve, Carleton. 

Francis Gallagher, Francis Jordan, Robert Rossiter, George Y. 1' 
Wilson, Charles O. Reinecke, Robert O. Courtenay, James Wetmon 
William J. Gratly, Samuel K. Wilson, Thomas Jordan, Josepli A 
Likely, John M. Driscoll, John W. Sulia, William Wood worth, NelMii 
A. Cougle, Thomas J. Fairweather— Surveyors of Lumber. 

William Hawthorne, First District ; Robert Carson, Second District : 
Neil McQuanie, Third District ; Thomas C. Hennigar, Fourth District; 
Robert C. Quinn, Fifth District; Edward Edgson, Si.xth District; 
Samuel Clark, Eighth District ; Calvin Powers, Ninth District— Coin 



Board of School Trustees of Saint John.— John Boyd, Ch 
Alex. Lockhart, John V. Ellis, V. H. Fairweather, Ja,me8 H. 



haimian: 

Edwin J. Wetmore and J. Boyle Travers. J. March, Secretary. J. 
Bennet, Ph. D., City Superintendent. Office— Ring's Buihling, Gcr 
main Street. 

Police Department.- Humphrey T. Gilbert, Police Magistrate 
G'iorge V. Nowhn, Thomas McAvity and Alexander Lockhart, Sittim 
Police Magistrates at the City Police Office in the City of Saint Joliii 

Ge(»rge Henderson, Clerk. John R. Marshall, Chief of Police Fon > 



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Street ; — 

CJollector of Wharf 
reorge Y. F. Wilsnn, 
)dney Wharf ; Join, 
^wis Saunders, (M 
:_ctor at King Stttit 
ip ; Lewis Sannd" r- 
rs, CV)llector of Sli|i 
[Jollector of Slipii.vut 

of Slippage at Pid 
t liuoys ; Charles S 
Hector of Slippage a 
er, Market Whar\ e 

oherty, Sydney Mai 
3atteay, Carleton. 

i of Coal and Me;; 

^iley, Albert D. Wil 
'^eighera of C«)al ami 

inn at Eailway .Sti 
•nry Fairweather ;ii 

Haac O. Beatteay at 

ark, &c. 

hers and Gangers n' 

erson, J. E. Treciii 
nspectors of Pickleii 

liam Cronk, Poiuni 

siter, George Y. 1'". 
y, James Wetmoie, 
Jordan, Joseph A. 
Woodworth, NeLsmi 
jumber. 

)n, Second Distrirf : 
%r, Fourth District: 
)n, Sixth Distrid; 
nth District— Com 

n Boyd, (Chairman: 
James H. Moraii, 
rch, Secretary. J. 
ig'a Building, (Jci 

i*olice Magistrate 
' Lockhart, Sittiii. 
'ity <tf Saint Jolm 
lief of P<»lice Foro 



dtimpson, Wallace &, Co,, City Itoad, St. John, K. B. 

1870.] FIKE ALAllM — SOCIKTfES. 



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WeI,I,IN(!T()\, No. 1. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT-! East Side.) 

A. Chtpman Smith, Chirf Enijinca'. 

I John Wilson, jun., E»fiinccr, 
(Str.)..s James T. Magee, Foreman. 

( Robert Magee, Assistant Foreman. 
I George Drake, Eni/lncer. 
Union, No. 2.— (Steamer.). . % William Quigley, Foreman. 

{WiWkiui Miilvin, Assistant Foreman. 
I George Blake, Engineer. 
Extinguisher, No. 3.— (Str.)N John Knollin, Foreman. 

(Joseph T. Noble, Assistant Foi'eman. 

Hook and Ladder Company.— John Jackson, Captain, 

Lieutenant. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT-(Weht Side.) 

Gideon Sprague, Chief Eviiinecr. 

Western Star, No. 7. - -Jose])h O. Craft. Enr/ineer. 

Prince of Wales, No. 8. —William Lambert, Ent/incer. 

Hook and Ladder Company.— D. \V. Clark, Captain. 



City of Saint John Fire Alarm Telegraph. 



I. r.ocAUTY or boxes. 

No. 2 Engine House, King Sq. 
No. 3 Engine House, Union st. 
Cor. Sewell and (itarden-ats. 
Cor. Mill and Union-sts. 
Police Station, Market Square. 
Cor. Pond and Mill-sts. 
Foot of Gai^en street. 
Foot of Union street (East). 
Cor. Peter and Waterloo-sts. 
Cor. St. Patriek and Union-sts. 
Cor. Brussels and Rielunond-sts. 
Everitfs Foundry, Brussels-at. 
Cor. Brussels and Hanover-st*!. 
Cor. Brunswick and Erin-sts. 
Cor. Union and Cannarthen-st«. 
Waterloo, opposite (iolding-st. 
Cor. Germain and Chureh-sts. 
Cor. Princess and Charlotte-sts. 
Cor. Duke and Germain-sts. 



NO. LOfALITY OP BOXES. 

iH) Cor. Prince Wm. & Princess-sts. 

27 Head of King street. King sq. 

SJS Cor. Duke and Prince Wm.-sts, 

31 Cor. King and Pitt-sts. 

'i2 Cor. Duke and Sidney-sts. 

'M Cor. Wentworth & Princess-sts. 

;]5 Qui'en-st., between Germain and 

Cliarlott(vsts, 
8(5 Cor. Queen and Carmarthen-sts. 
o7 Cor, St. .James and Sydney-sts. 
•iH Cor. Orange <& Carmartlieh-sts. 
U Cor. St. Jr.rnosi Prince Wm.-sts. 
■i-2 Cor. Pitt and Duke-sts. 
■Vi Cor. Main and Carmaithen-sts. 
45 Cor. Britain and Charlotte-sts. 
4(> Cor. Pitt and St. .James-sts. 
51 City Hoail, near Skating Rink. 
tt'-i Pond-st.. n. Fleming's Foundry. 
ii'l Tisdale's Corner, South Wharf. 



ASSOCIATIONS, &c. 



Yotma Mkn's Ciiut.stian Association— .Tolm E. Irvine. rresi<lent; F. .Jor- 
dan, F,. T. C. Knowles, E. .lones. (ieorge Sf.fTerin. J. F. Kiteliie, Gideon 
Hevenor, Viee-1'residents; II. 15. Smillt, Treasurer; .Joshua Clawson, Re- 
cording Secretary : ,1. A. Gauld, (leneral Secretary. 

Okfickius of the Y. M. C. A. Convention of tuk Maiutimf, Phovinces.— .1. 
E. Irvine (Saint John). President : \;-.- 1 'residents. T. S. Wliilman, Annapo- 
lis; Sheriff Freeman, Liverpool; 0. W. Whittaker. Clviilliani; .John Stewart, 
New (Jlasgow: J. Eekersly. lliehmond. N. S. ; ,1. Scott, Charlnttelown; C. 
Primrose, Pio.ou: W. B. McNutt and Seymore Seott, Halifax. Secretaries. 

The Churoh of England iNSTiTrTE.— Patron, the Right Reverend, the 
Lord Bishop of Fredericton; President, Rev. Canon Bri^stoeke, M. A.; Vice 
Presidents, Rev. Wm. Armstrong, Rev. I). L. Parnther, Rev. Canon De- 
Veb(>r, Rev, G. Schotleld. R(>v. E. T. Dowling, Rev. F. H. Almon: Secretary, 
PMwardT, Sturdee; Treasm-er, George W. Daniel; Librarian, Alfred Mills. 

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Mechanics' Institute.— W. P. Dole, Prpsident ; T. A. Kankinc, I. Allen 
Jack, Vicp-PresideiUs: T. \i. JIaiiinf;ton. Recording Bt^cretary; D. P. ( liis 
holm. Cor. Focivtary: Oeoi-Re W. Whitney, Treasurer; E. .1. tlra-ss, (tillwii 
Murdoch, d. H. Lawrence, Silas Alward, Alex, llankiue, R. P. IJutler, .l,i> 
Fleming, 1). Breeze, Samuel Crothers, A.J. Lordly, E. R. Moore and An 
drew G. Gilmour, Directors. 

Au'MNi, University of N. 13.— Dr. Barker, D. V. L., Q. f^. President ; Viic 
Presidents, W. P. Dole, Rev. Or. O Roberts and (i. R. Parkin; Sec-Treas, 
James A. Vanwart. Cotineil- Jndpe Fisher. William I'uKsley, Dr. Bailiv 
William Crockett, H. S. Bridges, «. Fred. Fi.sher and Dr. Atherton. 

Saint John Law Society.— Couneil—William Jack, Q. C, President; .las 
J. Kaye, y. C, Acalus T.. Palmer, Q. C. Snmu(>l R. Thomson, Charles W ; 
Weldon, Charles N- Skinner, Q. C., Dr. Frederick E, Barker, D. C. L., Q. C 
George E. Kiup, Q. C, Allan O. Eaiic; (}. E. Coster, Sec-Treas.; Charl' ^ 
H. Chandler, Librarian. 

Evangelical Alliance.— Cnpt.. .Joseph Prichard, President; Rev. G. ^1 
Armstrong, James McMillan, T. W. Daniel, Henry V.aughan, Dr. Ldi 
Botsford, Esquires, Vice-Presidents; S. B. Patterson, Rec. Secretary; Ki'\ 
Dr. Watters. Cor. Secretary. 

New Brl'Nswick Auxiliary Birlk Society. —LeBaron Botsford, Esq., M. I ) 
President; T. W. Daniel, .John I'^isher, William Elder, A. M., Esqs., Vice 
I^residents ; Treasurer, William Sp(<ly, Esq.; Thomas McLellan, Esq., Secif 
tary: Depositary', ,J. & A. McMillan's. Committee— John Wishart. E. Sears 
T. B. Barker, James T^ogan, William IVters, John Boyd, Joseph I'richanl, 
C. Patton, Robert Cruikshank, James McMillan, Henry Vaughan, M. Liml 
say, G. W. White, S. D. Berton, Joshua Clawson and Charles F. ICiuneaiv j 
Escjs. Committee for I'ortJand— James Flewelling and H. A. Austin, Esqs | 
Agent, Mr. John Toland. 1 

Carleton Branch Bible Society.— D. W. Clark, Esq., President; Isaai- ; 
Olive, John Christopher, T. McKilligan, Esqs., Vice-Presidents; A. C. A •; 
Salter, Sec. -Treasurer. Connnittee- E. J. Wetmore, G. W. Holder, W. .1 < 
Clark, John Dickson, James W. Brittain. John I^ewis and L. L. Sharp. f 

SAi.>iT .John, New JiBiTNSwicK, Corresponding Committee of the Coloniai » 
AND Continental Church Society.- The object of this Assf)ciation is In 
supplement the funds received from f" - Parent Society for the supporl of 
Evangelical ClcrgynuMi of the Church of England for (he Diocese of Fred • 
ericton. T. W. L)aniel, Es(i , President; Rev. George M. Armstrong, Secrc 
tary; James R. Ruel. Esq, Treasurer; Dr. LeB.- B<itsfo(d, Rev. William , 
Armstrong, Rev. D. B. Parnther, Rev. I^. H. Almon, Robert W. Crookshaiik 
and J. Travis. 

YouNR Men's Association, Saint Andrews' Church. — W. C. Whitlakir, 
President; John Mcliobbie, 1st Vice-President; A. C. Jardine, 2d Vice-Prc 
sideiit; E. II. McAljiine, Secretary; A. Ij. Law, Treasurer. 

Irish Friendly Society.— F. McCafFerty, President: M. F. Ritchie, Vice 
l^resident; John O'Regan, Recording Secretary: Philip Murray, Financial 
Secretary; PMward ]>antalum. Treasurer; E. McGuiggan, liibrurian; Joliii 
McAnulty, Assistant Librarian; M. W. Maher, E. Lantahim, R. J. Ritcliii'. 
Tnistees. 

Rural Cbmetery Company.- -Charles Dnny. Esq., President: G. Sidney 
Smith, Secretary -Treasurer; Williiim Thomson, VV. G, Lawton, Richnnl 
Thompson. .James Reed, W. Jack. CMiarles Dnny, T. W. Daniel, .John lie 
gnn, .John Magee and James h. Dium, Directors. John Cruikshank, Suiur 
intendent. 

(tREENwooD Cemetery Company (Carleton), Saint John. — Isaac Noble, 
President; (Jeorge F. Harding, ScM-retary: R. N. Knight, Jarvis Wilson, I' 
W. Clark, A. V, A. Salter, George H. Clark. Fied. P. Linde. Directors. 

Commissioners ok Seweraoe and Water Supply for City of Saint .John 
AND Town of Portland.— l*2dwar(I E. liOckhart, Chairman; William Seilv 
and S. K. Brundage. Commissioners; (rilbertMunloch, Superintendent ami 
Engineer; Thomas C. Hennigar, Clerk; Charles F. Flaglor, Collector. 

WestSide.- George F. Harding, Chairman; Martin H. Peters and Uriah 
Drake, Commissioners. 



Mourning Goods a Specialty at I. EDGAR GOLDING'S, 



Illlg«i>y 



[18T!i 



A. Kaiikine, I. Allin 
Socrelury; I). R (his 
I-; E. J. Brass, ({illicii 
\m\ R. V. Butler, .I.is 
5. 11. Moore and An 

>. C, ProHidoiit; Viir 

Parkin ; Sec -Treus , 
I IMigskw, Dr. Baili'v j 
Dr. Atherton. j 

Q. C, Presidpnt; ,l,is 
'homson. Charles W • 
arker, 1). C. L., Q. (' 
Sec.-Treas. ; Charl.>» 

resident; Rov. G. M 
Vaii^'han, Dr. Ldj l 
Kec. Secretary; R(\ I 

iBotsford, Esq., M.I) 
r, A. M., Esq.s., Vice 
IcLellan, Esq., Seciv 
hn Wisliart. E. Seais 
yd, Joseph Prichiinl, 
•y Vaughan, M. Lind 
I Charles F. Kiniif.u 
d H. A. Austin, E,s<|s 

sq.. President; Lsaaf 
'residents; A. ('. A 
I. W. Holder, W. .1 
md L. L. Sharp. 

TEE OF THE CoLONI.\I, 

A.ssocialion is l» 

for the suppoil nf 

he Dioce.se of Fred 

Armstrong, Senc 

sfoid. Rev. William 

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H()CIETI*:8. 



53 



-W. C. AVhittak.r, 
ardine, ad Vice-Prc 



. F. Ritchie, Vice 
Murray, Financiiil 
l>il)rarian; John 
iluui, R. J. Ritcliii', 



•sident; O. Sidmv 
Lawton, Riclianl 
Daniel, .John Ih' 

Cruikshank, Super 

oim.-Isaac NoMc, 
Jnrvis Wilson, n 
ie. DiivctorH. 

Crry OF Saint .ToiiN 
lan; William Scelv 
iuperintendent and 
ior. Collector. 

Peters and Uriah 



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Western Union Teleoraph Company.— R. T. Clinch, Supeiintendent for 
Kevv Brunswick: T. M. Robin.son, Manager at Saint John Office. 

-' Frkdericton and Saint John Telegraph Company.- George Botsford, 
JPresident; S W Babbitt, Secretary. 

Dominion Tele(4RAPH Company— Head Oflfltie, Toronto -D B McQuarrie, 
Divisional Sui)erintendent, Maritime Provinces, Halifax; P W Snider, Man- 
agci", Saint John. 

, Saint John (Jas LiriUT Company Robert Blair, E.sq, President; Jolin 

Boyd, John Tucker. John H. Parks, Charles Patton. D Caldwell, John 

I Wishart, James L Dunn and John Sears, Esqs, Directors; Robert Brittain, 

.Secretary; George Ellis, Assistant Secretary; H P Sturdee, Collector; 

George Ellis, Superinlendent of Streets. 

. Laborers' Benevolent Association— Daniel Donohiie, President; W JJ 
L Daly, 1st Vice-President; Michael Driscoll, 2d Vice-President; James 
Hurley, Secretaiy ; John Regan, Treasurer; Thomas Burns. B Curran, Ed- 
vWard Graham. Timothy O'Brien, Thomas Ferrin. Patrick White, Peter 
Harding, Matthew McPartland, Thomas Sheehan, John Kenneally, Edward 
Gallagher and John Donoluie, Board of Management. 

Saint John Relief and Aid Society— Ont^anized May tlth, 187S— James 
Jleynolds, E.sq, President; James A Harding, Esq. Chairman Executive 
t'ommittee; Thomas A Chipman, Secretary: Charles H Fairwcather, Trea- 1 
surer. Board of Directors— .lames Reynolds, S Z Earle (Mayor), ex officio, 
W H Tuck, Andre Cu.shing. John H Paiks, F A King, C H Fairweather, | 
Henry DulTell, James A Harding, George E King, (Jeneral Wanier (U S 
Consul), A Chipman Smith, J H Leonard and James I Fellows, Esqs. 

South Bay Boom C'ompany — Hon A McL Seely, President; James Reed, 
William Ijjvwton, Thomas W Peters, R W C!rookshank, A R Ferguson and 
^umes Holley, Esqs, Directors; J E 1 Jngley, Secretary -Treasurer; Ottice-- 
,XJarle & Vaughan's Building, Indiantown. 

Saint John Poi'I,try and 1'et Stock Association. - II W Wilson. President ; 
W A Jack. Vice-President; John li Magee, Treastirer; F W Kaye. Secretary ; 
:W B Drake,. Joseph Prichard, S A Wetmore, A M Magee and A Blaine, 
Directors. 

Saint John Bi'ildino Society— Hon C N Skinner. Esq, Judge of Probates, 
i|cPresident: James Christie, M D, Vice-Presiflent; Evan Evans, Gilliert Mur- 
doch. C E. Alexander Duff and Edward Willis, M P P, Esqs, Directors; 
Secretary -Treasurer. Tliomas Iteid; Assistant Secretary, I> V Lockhart; 
Bankers, I'ank of New Brunswick: Solicitoi"s, R (^hipinan Skinner and 

Christie, Escj, Saint John; N A 
"sq., Moncton, N P. 

Provincial Building Society — A A Sto(;kton, Esq, L L B, President: W 
K Crawford. Esq, Vice-President: Thomas Main, Esq, Secretary -Treasurer; 
Jo.seph Prichai'd, jr. Assistant Secretary -Treasurer: A A Stockton, L L B, 
W K Crawford, James H McAvity, W H Hayward. W F Butt and C P 
Clark, Esqs, Directors ; Messrs A A & R O Stockton, Solicitoi"S. 

Board OP Trade— S S Hall, IVesident; S 1) Berton. Vice-President; S J 
King, Seci-etary-Treasurer; W C Watson, James A Harding. W H Thorne, 
Andre Cu.shing. A Chi|>man Smith. John Magee, W H Tuck. James 1^ Dunn, 
M Lindsay. (ieorge SDeKorest, .John W Nicholson, William Vroom, William 
Elder, R Peniston Starr, R S DeVeber -Council. 

IjLoyd's Reoistur OF BurrisH and Foreion Shummno .lolm Tucker, E.sq. 
Surveyor foi- Sain I. .lolui and Miramiclil. New Bi-unswick and Nova Scotia: 
D 11 Jiunroe, Esq, Accountant, 

Aoents TO Lloyds Saint John. N B, H P Stunlef. Esq: Bathurst, H W 
Baldwin; Miramichi. (iitmoiir. liaidvin ct Co; Shipp 'gaii, John Doran: 
,i(;Richibuct<i, James A James, Esi; Saint Andrews, — — . -~— 

Amkric.vn liLoYDS Captain James Thompson, Surveyor. 

HrREAiT Veritas (French Lloyds)— Thomas H Siine, Surveyor. 

Saint John County AcmiccLTrRAL So<uety,- J B Hanun, President: 
(JharlesDrury, Vice-President: J Hargraves, Recording Secretary; .lames 
Barber, Corresponding Secretary; John Magee, Tieasui-ei*; Directors. 
Kii'hardTliomiison, Tboinas Davidson, Allan ]\IcLean, David Magee, Jami'w 

224 Ui;| m Street, I to 9 Sydney Street, St. John, N. B, 



William Pugsley, jr, Esqs; Surveyors, A Christit 
Chff, Esq, Fredericton; Thomas (Uendenning, Es 



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SOCIETIES. 



[1879. 



Lee, H J Ward, Robt Marshall, M P P, F W Hatheway, John Jordan, JaK 
I Fellows Jos. Prichard, jr, B Ilevenor and Dr John Beri-yuian. 

Victoria Skatino Rink— Chas E Scamniell, President; Geo E Coster. 
Secretary-Treasurer: ChasMcLauchlaii.jr, liR Harrison, W Henrjy Thome, 
A F McAvenny, A B Sheraton, O T Stone, (J B Ilegan, W H Purdy, Directors. 

MoosEPATH Driving Park Association— George A Barker, President; 
F G S Fitzpatrick, Secretary -Treasurer; D McEvoy, A N Shaw, J Fitzpat- 
rick and Charles Hilyard, Direiitoi-s. 

Saint Andrew's Curling Chid— Simoon Jones, President; John White. 
Vice-President; A C Jardine, Secretary; Sinieon Jones, John White, John 
H Thomson, Luke StcM-ai-t, W C Watson. M Lindsay, A Rowan and William 
Snider, Skips. 

Thistle Curlino Club— President, Alexander Duff; Vice-President, Thos. 
Finley; Chaplain, Rev Dr 3facrae; Secretary, Andrew Malcolm; Treasurer, 
Samuel Girvan. 

Albert Coal Mining Company— Henry Gilbert. President; S Schoflold. 
Secretary; Bradford S Gilbert, Thomas Gilbert, John Byers and Alexander 
Duncan, Directors. 

JoGoiNs' Coal Mining Association— .lames MilliRan, President; Alexan- 
der Barnhill, L H Vau^han and W W TurubuU, Directore; Ilemy Duffell. 
jr, Secretary-Treasurer. j 

Joncms' Coal Mining Company— Hon J D Lewin, President; H W Chis- 
holm, Henry Vaughan and J E L'vine, Directors; James G Jordan, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer. 

New Brunswick Anthracite Coal Mining Company— J S Boies DeVeber, 
President; Robert Robertson, jr. Secretary -Treasurer; Charles N Skinner, 
George S Robertson, Heniy Vaughan and W S Harding, M D, Directors. 

Beliveait Albertite and Oil Company— Westmorlantl County— Blaii- 
Botsford, President; E B Chandler, jr. Secretary; William Patrick, General 
Manager; Blair Botsford. E B Chandler, jr, William Patrick, Matthew Lind 
say, Francis Collins, F W Hales and D S Harper, Directors. 

Springhill Coal Mining Company— Hon Alexander McFarlane, S S Hall, 
John Magee, James L Dunn and R P Starr, Directors. 

Springhill and Parrshoro Coal and Railway Company— Edwiu Fisher. 
President; Thomas Stead, Seci-etary-Treasurer; Ofiice — Victoria Wharf, 
Saint John; George MclCean, William Ma.^ee, RPBIcGivern, John McMillan, 
John Taylor and C A Stockton, Directors. 

Colddrook Rolling Mill Company— Hon T R Jones, President; James 
Domville, M P, Munaging Director; Edward C Scovil Superintendent of 

Works; , Secretary: George McKean, Hon William Muirhead, 

A P Caron, M P, James Domville, M P, and W H Thoi-ne, Directors. 

Lumber Exchange— Andre Gushing, Presiijent; John Stewart, Vice-Prt> 
sident; A C A Salter, Treasurer; J Henry Leonard, Secretaiy; A F Ran 
dolph, S T King, H A Austin, H W Miller, E D Jewelt and George McKean, 
Executive Committee. 

New Brunswick Paper Company— James Harris, President; Matthew 
Lindsay, D Breeze, A Evei-ett and E S Freeze, Directors; L S Henderson, 
Manager. 

Maritime Warehousing Company— Hon William Muirhead, Pi-esident; 
R C Scovil, Vice-President; Thomas Stead, Secretary; James Domville, 
and W H Tliorne, Directors. 

New Brttnswick Odd Fkixows" ILvll Company- Gilbert Murdoch, Pi-esi 
dent; James Christit', M 1), Vice-President: John E Hughes, Secretary; 
Robert Marshall. j\IPP, Treasurer; H<m Judge Skinner, Solicitor; Directors, 
Gill)ert Murdoch, James Christie, M D, Robert Marshall, M P P, Hon Judgt- 
Skinner, Alexander Duff, William M McLean, jr, R Radford Barnes ainl 
Andre Cushing. 

St. Martin's Agricultural Society— B Wishart, President; J M Fowlei', 
Vice-President; Thos Cassidy, Treasurer; J F Wanamake, Secretarj ; 
Directors, Dr Kudd<x;k, S J Shanklin. J H Mosher, S K Daley, James Floyd, 
James Rourke, Jo'm Hosford, sr, James Pattinsim, J ik Cochran, M K 
Daley, W H Rourke, J M Bradshaw, and W E Skillen. 



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John Jordan, Jan 
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it; Geo E Coster, 
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I Punly, Directors. 

Barker, President ; 
*J Shaw, J Fitzpat 

lent; John White, 
.John White, John 
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ce-Pre.sident. Thos. 
ilcohn; Treasurei". 

(lent; S Schoflold. 
era and Alexander 

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S Boies DeVeber. 
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M D, Directors. 

nd County— Blai I- 
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ck, Matthew Lind 
rs. 

,'Farlane, S S Hall, 

lY— Edwin Fisher, 
-Victoria Wharf, 
■n, John McMillan, 

President; James ' 
■superintendent of 
Villiam Muirhead, 

Directors. 

St«iwart, Vice-Pre- 
retary; A F Raii- 
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Bsident; Matthew 
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rhead, President ; 
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t Murdoch, Pi-esi 
ii^hes. Secretary ; 
»li<;itor; Directors, 
M P P, Hon JudKf 
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lent; J M Fowler, 

nake. Secretary : 

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CITY AND COUNTY OF PAINT JOHN. 



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Municipality of the City and County of Saint John. 

COUNTY COUNCIL-ORGANIZED JUNE oth, A. D. 187T. 

WARDEN : 

Sylvesteu Z. Earle, Mayor of tlio City of Saint John. 
COUNTY COUNCILLORS : 



EX OFFICIO. 

Foi' the City — 

Aldenuan Domville. 
Adaiua, 
Kerr, 
DufTell, 
Xrittain, 
Glasgow, 
Peters, 
Martin, 
Wilson. 



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Fm' Lancaster — 

.1. DeW. Spurr, 
James Ready. , 

For Simonda — 
James Lee, 
Cornelius J. Horgan, 
John McLeod. 



For St. Miirtbi8 — 
Thomas Cassidy, 
James Rourke, 
Andrew Skillen. 



For Portland — 
William Jack, 
D. R. Munro, 
J. L. Lingley, 
James Wilson, 
Arthur McLean, 

SEf^RETARY -H. W. Frith, Clerk of the Peace. 
TREASURER— Thom.\h M. Reed. 
AUDITOR -Richard Whiteside. 
MARS HAL— Geoug e Stockford. 



For Musquash — 
C. F. Clinch, 
A. T. Dunn. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAINT JOHN. 

Justices of the Peace. — The Mayor, Recorder and Aldermen of the 
City of Saint John, the Police Magistrate of the City of Saint John, 
the Police Magistrate of the Town of Portland ; and Charles Ward, j 
John Wi,shart, Jame.n Brown, William Hawkes, Alexander Lockhart, 
Fredez-ick A. Wiggin.s. Peter Besnard, James Olive, George Carvil, j 
Stephtn K. Foster, Frapcis E\iddock, John F. Goddard, Thomas 
Otty C rookshank, James Olive, 3d, C. P. C., Joseph Beatteay, Charles 
I). E' -rett, Thomas E. Millidge, John Doherty, John S. Parker, 
David (-oUins, John C. Littleliale, Robert Robertson, Charles Ket- 
chmn, Henrv Garbutt, Samuel Clarke, George Y. Nowlin, Hon. Jas. 
D. Lewin, Thomas W. Daniel, Robert Robertson (Carlcton). Thom.as 
Trafton, William Thoim)S()n, George E. Snider, James Robinson, 
James Fiewelling, John Fisher, Hon. Samuel L. Tilley, C. B., Thos. 
McAvity, James Harris, Thom.as McElroy, Oliver B. Cougle, Tim- 
othy McCarthy, William H. Olive, Thomas Robius^on, Bradford S. 
Gilbert, John McSweeny, Edward Brown, James H. Moran, Patrick 
McCourt, James E. Hamra, Robert Thompson, .sen., Thomas Marter, 
Michael O'Mahoney, Aaron Alward, M. D., Richard N. Knight, 
Daniel Gall.-igher, George H. Clarke, Jamew Gault, .lohn Tucker, 
Charles Devine, Alexander Rankin, Charles Hazen, Robert RoSf<iter, 
John Berryman, Francis Collins, Justus E. Knight, John Anderson, 
George S. Baker, Jjcwis If. Brown, Jiobert R. Allan, Stephen P. Wet. 
more, Thos. M. Mcliachlan, Charles Clerke, John Wilson, juii., Alex 



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Ekler, C'harles H. Fairweather, Jauiea Williams, Steven E. Ste- 
vens, Robert J. Leonard, John Yeats, Henry A. Austin, Richard 
Thompson, Archibald Rowan, James Sullivan, Matthias Hamm, 
James McNichol, Daniel W. Clark, Joh i Magee, Edwin Fisher, John 
Morrison, William J. McCordoek, Robert Thomi)son, Robert A. 
Gregory, H. Adam Cllasgow, William A. Moore, George Stewart, 
Robert Marshall, ( 'harles F. (Clinch, Jacob TIenry Mosher, Allan Mc- 
lican, John N. Moore, James Taylor, ('harles McIj. Gardiner, JClias 
Flaglor, Thomas (ianlt, ]Janiel Robertson, David McBrine, John 
Joriian, G. P. G., William Wallace, 'I'homas Hanford, Jamea MiUigan, 
Stephen G. Blizzard, George J. (.!hubb, Frederick T. G. Burpee, Jas. i 
Wilson,. George S. Del'^»rest, John Mcliachlan, Patrick Gleeson, 
Samuel J. Golding, A. Ghii)man Smith, (!harle.s R. Ray, Thomas 
Furhjng, Christian A. Robertson, Jarvis Wilson, James E. Barnes, 
Gilbert Murdoch, Robert D. Mc Arthur, I'homas Dale, Charles P. 
Baker, William Wallace (Simonds), Wm. Clarke (Dipper Harbor), 
David McJiellan, Andrew Gilmi>ui', William H. Ronrke, jun., Arthur 
Mcljean, Nathaniel H. Upham, William M. Jarvis, (.Jharles A. 
Everett, Samuel F. Matthews, (ieorge W. (jierow, Uriah Drake, Jas. 
(Jilbraith, George F. Harding, Asaph G. IMakslee, William Peters, 
Aartm Armstrong, David R. Munroe, James Tlunnpstm, Samuel 
Devenne, sen., Thomas Sullivan, James T. Kennedy, James Manson, 
John MuUin, Christopher Murray, Sluulrach Holly, William F. Bunt- 
ing, James McNichol, jun., William Roxborough, Robert Scott, John 
A. Ivane, Robert. Fair, Joseph A. McNaught, Edward H. Foster, C. 
P. C., Edward G. Clinch, V. P. C. 

Clerk of the i'eact' -Henry W. Frith, Esq. 

Dcpatji Clerk of the Pence — H. Ijawrance Sturdee, Esq. 

Judye of the Counti/ Court— ClvM. Watters, Esq. ; H. C. McMon- 
agle, Esij., Clerk. 

Clerk of the Ciretiits — George Blatch, ]Cs(]. 

Hi(/h Sheriff' -J amen A. Harding, Esq.; Mr. John Rankin, Deputy 
Sheriff, and Keei)er of the Gaol; Mr. Adam Clarke, Turnkey. 
; Coroners— a. Z. Earle, M. D., William Ruddock, M. D.; James 
I Robinson, J. P.; John R. Rigby ; John Jordan. 
I Countjj Treasurer— ')L\\QH\ix» M. Reed, P]sq. 

Auditor of Counti/ Aecounts — Richard Whiteside, Esq. 
} Jndije of Probates— Vhiivha N. Skinner, Escj. 

Reijiatrar of Deeds and Wills and lte<jistrar of Probates — W. Chipman 
i Drury, Es<i. 

I Commissioners for taking Affidavits in the Suiyremc Court — The several 
j Attorneys practising in the ( 'ity and County. 

j Commissioner for takiny Reroynizances of Bail in the Snpi'cme Court— 
!- Isaac Woodward, Es(i. 

! Official Assiynee, under the Insolvent Act of i57.5— Ezekiel McLeod. 
I Dr. William Bayard, ( 'ommissioner of Indian Reserves, under Act 
Vict. c. 4!5. 

Commissioners of Wrecks— B.. J. Leonard and H. P. Sturdee, Esqrs. 

Commissioner of Alms House, Work House and Infirmari/- David 
Tapley, (!hairman; William Hawkes, Allan McLean, Thomas C. 
Olive, and A. (!hipnuin Smith. Jas. Chrisl 
Wm. Cininingham, Keeper 

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John— Robert Marsluill, Chaii-man; .John Magee, Christian A Robertson, 
Wilham A iMoore, Patrick flleeson, AsapliO. Blakslee, and Uriah Drake; 
Patrick Uleeson, Sec-Treas; Charles Bustin, Inspector. 



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ierow, William 
Jteven E. Ste- 
Lustiii, Richard 
tthias Hanuu, 
n Fisher, John 
'11, Hubert A. 
uorge Stewai-t, 
her, Allan Mo- 
xardinor, Elias 
IcBrino, Jolin 
allies Milligaii, 

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trick Glpeson, 
liay, Thomas 
les E. Barnes, 
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pper Harbor), 

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-W. Chipman 
!— The several 
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turdee, Esqrs. 
•w(«/-^ - David ; 

Thomas C. 
., Physician. 

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PORTLAND — STMONDS. 



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Town of Portland 

Town CJouncil— William Jack, Esq., Chairman, Councilloiw— 
Wanl No. 1 -S. Holley, J. K. Linyley, and J. A. (!hesley, Escirs. 
Ward No. 2 -Henry Maher, I). J. Purdy, and James Wilson E.s(irs. 
Ward No. '.i J. Cochrane, D. II. Munroe, and Alex. Duff, Es(irs. 
Wan 1 No. 4 Arthur McJiean, John Fer^Mison, and F. J. Dolierty, 
Ea<irH. Ward No. r» -J. 1. Fellows, ,J. Holley, and M. O'Mahoney, 
Esiirs. 

David Tapley, PoUrc Maijislrtite. Wm. A. AIo(ire, Trcnxurcr, and 
Ma'cirvr of Taxcu. John V. (Jodard, 'Town (J/crk. (Jeorge (iray, Snpt. 
of Ilonds. Gilbert Purdy, Harbor Ma»tn: Henry A. French, Gilbert 
D. Whoaton, Patrick McM-tnus, Lewis W. liingley, and Stephen 
Jones, Comtabk». Jiewis ^V^ Jjingley, Thos. Dale, iind M. D. Austin, 
Asxc»S(n'» of Taxes. A1»raham McCann, D. Monroe, Hugh Morris, 
Ed. Ijoweil, liawrence Donovan, and Benjamin l^ean, Pound Kevpcrs 
and Hon Reeves. 

Tuu.sTEEH OF SoHOor,H.--Edwin Fisher, Chairman ; Thos. B. Barker, 
John Tapley, James Wilson, Tliomas E. Millidge, Horace T. Ames, 
and Henry Maher, Esquires. William Kilpatrick, Secretary. 

PouceFokok.- llicluird Rawlings, Chief of I'olice. William Ham- 
ilton, John Myles, John C. Leggett, John Doucott, Robert Colwell, 
David Hall, Daniel McDonnell, vVmos Towers, William Malone, 
Edward Dalton, and (Jill>ert liemont, Polkemtn. 

FiUK Depaktmicnt. -John A. Kane, Engineer. ICdward P. Leonard, 
Engine Driver, (ieo. Dowiu'y, Fireman. Geo. Armstrong, Teamster. 



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U.ST ()!•' NUMBERH AND LOCAHTIE.S OK UOXES. 

C!onier Main and Bridge Streets (Indiantown). 

Main Street (Head of Long Wharf). 

Main Street (near residence of 1). McLellan) Indiantown. 

Paradise Row (foot of M:un Street). 

Winter Street (opjiosite Saint Paul's C'hurch). 

Corner City Road and Stanley Street. 

Engine House, Ward 1. 

Douglas Road (op[)osite residence of D. Tapley, Esq.). 

Marsh Bridge. 

Haymarket Square (near J. C. Wood's). 

f!orner Straight Shore and New Dominion Road. 

Straight Shore (near Chesley's Iron Knee Foundry). 

Corner Portland and Camden Streets. 

Pt)lice Station. 



PARISH OF SIMONVS. 

Oonimissioners for Expending the Bj'e-Roail Moneys--N(j 1 District, Jere- 
miah Hogan; No -i District, .fames Urayih-n, jr; No :i l>iKlriet, lly. Antliony. 

Commissioners of Highways— No 1 District, John Irvine; No. 2 District, 
John McLeod; No 8 District, William Hannah. 

Collector of Taxes— John Johnston. 

Assessors — Robert Powei', Joseph liee an<l Thomas Mallery. 

Fence Viewers — William Murphy, Francis Cain and .John Armstrong. 

Constables— George McAfee, Henry Russell, Robert Moore and William 
Douglas. 



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Hog Reeves-Thomas Orahani, Robert Oapels, James Cain and Thomas 
McDc"niott. 
Towri Clerk— Thomas Bowes. 

PARISH OF SAINT MARTINS. 

Constables-John Horsford. Jr, Edward Holland, Edward Lewis and Thos 
Bi'owii 

Roml Commissioners-Edward Brown, J K Daly (Little Beach), and Sam- 
uel J Hlmnklin. 

Parish (:;ierk-William R Brown. , ^ „ ^ o i « 

Fence Viewei-s— John Horsford, si-, Alexander Q Howard, Samuel Brown 
and Nathaniel Macomber. ^ , „ _ , 

Hog Reeves— Jacob Ross, Noble Bradshaw, Sanmel Macormac, John 
Floyd and Denis Burk. , , xt xi • • ^-n • 

Pound Keepers-James McCarrick, Simeon Vaughan and Nathaniel Floyd. 

Siirveyor of Dams— Samuel Mosher. 

Surveyors of Cirindstones- Ezra Cronk and Isaac Pattereon. 

Assessors of Rates-Dr William iluddock, John B Brown (.West), and Wil- 
liam E Skilhm. 

Field Di-iver- William Macomber. 

Weigher of Hay and Straw -William Calhoun. 

Measurer of Wbc-d and Bark— Samuel Macormac. 

Inspector of Barrels- Hiram Brown. 

Weigher of Coal— Simon E Brown. 

Bye-Road Conunissionei-s- Robert Floyd, William Black, sr, and John 
Horsford, sr. 

Collector of Rates— Edward V Rourke. 

PARISH OF LANCASTER. 

Constables— William Malone, .lames McLaren and John Baird. 

Collector of Rates— Justice G Lake. 

I'arish Clerk— Andrew D Gault. 

Fence Viewers— Samuel Cunningham, James Collins, John Flewellingand 
James Mills. 

Pound Keepers- John C Shanks, Robert Boggs. John Odell, John Avery, 
George Gamble, William Lord and Charles Norman. 

Hog Reeves— William Maxwell, Andrew Johnson and John Lowry. 

Boom Masters- James Long and Edward Fairv. 

Surveyors of Dams— John Morris and Joseph Compton. 

Asses.sors of Rates-Edgar C Barker, Terence Collins and Joseph A Mc- 
Naught. 

Weighers of Hay, Straw and Coal— Edward Sutton and Simon Lake. 

Measurers of Wood a. d Bai'k— John Shives, James Masson and Thomas L 
Earle. 

C;ommissionei\s to Expend Eye-Road Moneys- Stephen McAvour, John 
Kelly and Peter Douglas. 

Fire Wardens- William Roxborough and Robert Fair. 

PARISH OF MUSQUASH. 

Collector of Rates- J A Balcom. 

Town Clerk— J F Duston. 

Constables— John Hargrove, jr, Owen O'Donnell, George Gamble and 
Joseph Miller. 

Commissioner for Bye-Roads— James Boj-le. 

Pound Keepers— John Odell, Thomas Lennox, John Cairns, jr, John 
Thompson. 

Hog Reeves— Hanford Stackhouse and Terence Quinn. 

Assessors of Rates— GC Cai-man, Patrick Corrigan and George Hargrove. 

Revisor of Ele(;tors— John A Clark. 

Fence Viewers— M P Balcolm, James Wenn, sr, and WilUam Clark. 

Commissionera of Roads— James Reed, Geo Rose and Dan. Campbell, sr. 



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COUNTIES AND MUNICIPALITIES. 

COt'NTY OP ALBERT. 

Judae of the County Court— lion Hliss notsford; Samuel O Morse, Clerk; 
Hiyh Shfiiff—HAan Lyiul.s. Ek<j. 

Clerk of the KoIIh and Clerk of the Peace, and Chrk of the Circuits— 
Saiimel (} Morse, E.sq. 
.S'luroMofe— Oeorffe II Steadinan, Esq. 
Hegiittrur of Prohatea—V'tinwwX (\ ]\Iorse, Esq. 
Neyintrar of Deeds and Wills- (Jcorpe Calhoun. Esq. 
Justices of the lVa»r— Hon E K Chandler, John Lewis, Geoi-ge Calhoun, 
Elisha I'eok, Edward St evt'ns, Robert WrlKht, .Tohn Wallace, James Rogers 
Ilirani Edgett, Ezra Stoves, James Ryan, William 8 Hopper, Jolin liar- 
chard, James Horsman, Thomas Colpitis, Lewis E Steves. William Ilallett, 
Lewis Smith, Jas Carnworth, William P Robinson, John N Chapman, Wm 
J Reed, Nathan M Rennett, John JjRSteve.s, William Fillmore, Peter Duffy, 
J A Steves, John Cleveland. Jun, Hon A R McCh'lan, David Stiles. William 
V Pipes, Elisha Peck, Jun, Guilford R Smith, (iaius Turner. W H A Casey. 
Winthrop Robinson. Thomas Smith, Winthro)) Akerley, John Matthews, 
Williams Woodworth, Lewis Beatty, Enoch Dawson, .John Marshall. George 
Barnett, James McLatchey, William E Rishop, John Bennett, Solomon 
Steves, CR Smith, John FT.aylor. E S Outhouse, John McCloe, R E Col- 
pitts, William Howard, Alexander Gildart, William J Mitchell, Henry B 
Steeves, David Strong, Joshua .Jonah, Tliomns Matthews, jun. Walter W 
Gladstone, EniesLMolUns, James A Tingley, William H Gross, John Graves, 
David Oliver, James Reed, Gilbert Brewster, William J Smith, William Mc- 
Kay, jun, William A Colpitts, Levi Downey, John Calhoun, Daniel Grey, 
]<:dwin Copp. Abram Bray, Robert G Crozier, Ezra S Woodworth, (Gilbert 
M Peck, Elisha P Turner, Asael AVells, John Stevens, Alexander W Leeman, j 
Alexander Bailey, Stephen B Weldon,' Andrew Barrett, John Cairns. Wm 
S Colpitts, Hugh Wright, Paul R Moore, David Baizely, Richard E Steeves, ; 

; Alexander McRae, Chesley Anderson. Asa Steeves. David Cleveland, John ; 
Keever, Joseph McAlmoh, Isaiah Tingley, James Wright, Jas M Reid, i 

1 John Stewart, John R Russell, Chambers Gaskin, John llaslem, Jos Haley, j 

' Sanmel J Calhoun, Jas Colpitts, and Charles J Osman. Esmiires. i 

Co<o»iers— W J Lewis, M D, P R Moore, Robert Wright, D M Steves, Silas 

' Lynds, and E Ritchie. Esquires. 

i Commissioners for taking Affldavits in the Supreme Court -Ofo Calhoun. : 
Elisha Peck, Samuel Gross, Jas M Stevens. Winthroi» Akerley, and William ; 

. P Robinson, Esquii-es, and the Attorne3-s practising in the County. - 

Official Assignee (Insolvent Act of ]Nr.5) -d'eo Calhoun. Esq. 

i Attorneys and SolicitorsSannwl G Moi-se. M B Palmer, Chas A Peck, 
and (ieorge H Steadman, Esqiures. 

Commissioners OF Parish CoruTs— lion A R McClellan, Hopewell; John 
Wallace, Hillsborough: A W Leeman, Coverdale: Joseph A Turner, Har- 

; vey; Wm P Robinson, Elgin; David Cleveland, Alma. 

I Issuers of Marriage Licenses— M B Palmer. Hopewell; Gilbert T. ' 
C:hapman. Coverdale, Joseph A Turner, Harvey; James Horsman, Elgin; ' 
and S S Hoar, Alma. 

i Commissioners for takino Speciai, Bail in the Si-preme Court at Hope- 

, well— George Calhoun, Esq. At HiLLsiiORoroii— Samuel (.ross. ; 

j Commissioners OF Sewers for Hopewell— Abram Bray, Valentine Smith, : 

' Asael Peck, and James B Calhoun. ! 

; AucTioNEER-s- Sanmel Gross, Hillsborough; E Dailey, Hopewell; Thos ^ 

: Kinney, Harvey. 

] Teacher of the Grammar School -J Smith. I 

j MUNICIPAUTY op ALBERT. ' 

Councillors.— HilLsboro— Duffy and Steeves. Hopewell— Palmer and J 
Carnworth. Coverdale— E Outhouse and C (iaskin. Alma— Alex JIcRae 
and Sanuiel P Edgett. Harvey-Smith and West. 

COUNTY OF CAULETON. 

Judge of the County Court— James G. Stevens ; Wm. M. Con- 
nell Clerk 
j'uHTicES OK THE Peace— John Dibblee, Davi<l Munroe, J A Phil- 



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li|)H. James Lockwood, Joaeuh Burpee, Zt'|)luii»iah Mills, Leonard U Hanl- 
in^c, (ietn-Ke L. Raymoml, ♦ Jaiiu'H H. TupptM*, William T. Bainl, Matthew L. 
Phillips, Abner Bull, .larvis I'^stey, Stephen (I. Burpee. William Haywanl, 
Benjamin L. Hichanlson, ,J()lin Barl>er, .Inhn Holland Estey, Calvin CMiureh- 
ill. Koht. /■ . liny, William Lindsay, Richard S Bull, Anthony Carney, Alex- 
ander Kilpatrielv, Charh's Shea, * .lames Jordan, Kdvvin K Parsons* VSillinm 
Forrest, HuKh C'i)erth\vaite, Anioi Diclcenson,* KUslia Shaw, Hamilton 
Yerxa, Cornelius Connolly, .John Hennell. James Khbett. Isjiae H CUvrvill, 
William Reed, Isaiah B Ki'deout,* Alexander Hawthorne, ()eori,'(^ Milherry, 
(leorge Wade, CeorRc Si|uires, William Tomplcins, (Jeorf^e Thomas Hartley, 
Warren C Bull, Jolm T Allan, Alexander Walicer, Harris H H<>l)l)s, Simeon 
Cummins, James (irover, <h'or>;:e H I'onnell,* .lolm I) Ivi'tehum. Alexander 
Lindsay, Delaney Tompkins, lOclwai-d J Smith, Norris Best,* William F Dib- 
blee, John Fisher, (leor{,'e W Boyer, Iwiac Wort man, 1) F Meriitt, James H 
JaequeiS, John Leary,* Seott Knieiy, Ilunh Montsomerv, ,lohn Wovertou, 
Samuel H Shaw. Andrew Stei>henson, .lames Briilxes. (lilbert W Vanwart, 
Howard Debeck,* Oliver Hemphill, lliehard Holmes, (leorKe Hartley, Bar- 
tholomew Lynch, William Hale, .John Mcl^auclilan. Isaac Broad. PhiHi) 
McCalTery, John McBride, James H Liinn, Isaac Williams, (.'harles P Con- 
nell, (leorKC Stickncy, David (libson, John tJilx'rson, Ivory Kilburn, John 
Watson, Richard McKinney, John W Jlayuard, James N Moore, John 
Harper. Joseph Crawford, .lolm Boyd, Tiiomas Lindsay, .James McLean, 
IIu^tIi Miller, William II Brittain, William Neil, Aaron Perkins, Edward 
(iray, Moses Boyer, (ieor^'e W Ilovey, W H Drier, Frank Rankine,* James 
Dyer, David M (.ilierson, T B Trafton*. C>eor}<e Strickland,* Thomas Lun^- 
staff. Charles McDoupill, Silas H Pliunmer,* (i L Cronkite, (Jeorge W 
Wheeler, Charles KoKci-s, L(!wisP Fisher, Francis EOood, Charles Kearney, 
Thomas M Corbitt. Charles W Clarke, Alexander Hall, Edward M Bt>yer, 
Edward Benn, .lames Council, Tliomas Fulton. Amos E Hartley, Joseph 



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Cyrus Simmond.s. Cliaih'S D Drier, Charles Bulyea (Rockland), Edwui 
Pnilli))s, John Larterty, William Deacon. John S LeiKhton, John Wallace, 



(!. C!ourser, Esq. 
T)iU'i;Tv--Wm. W. 



Joseph McCSee, Amos D Shaw, Bo}i;cr McElroy, Robert BiUyea, (McCafferty 
Settlement), Richard Ahern, Albert Estabrooks, (!harh's E Clark, David 
Wiley, (Aberdeen). Archibald Carpenter, WilUam (Surrey, (Richmond), 
Henry B Taylor, Thomas Jones, .lames Baker, A. Tyler Thompson, Ru- 
dolph K Jones, Henry T Scholey, Albert Orser. Robert Brown, Fi'ancis ClulT. 
Amos D Hartley. James Watson, James Hattivld, Albert C Smith, Bela B 
Sliaw, William Hanulton, William W Snow, Joseph York, Walter Hay, 
William W Hanuuond. James Simonson, (JeorKe W White. Matthew 
Hutchinson, Amos H Haywartl, John Scott, .lohn Simpson, Charles R 
Upton, Allison B Council, Allison Phillii)s. Richard B Ketchum, Frederick J 
Bridges, Richard Wheeler. Alexander Thompson, William Skillan, David 
Smith, Seth Milherry, Edwin R Squires, Willium B Mills and Alfred E 
Gillespie, Estjuires 

Assignee unueu Insolvent Act ok 1H7.'».-^-D. 

Cleuk ov the t'lRCUiTH.— a. B. ('onncU, Ksq. 

HiCH Shehiek.— FredH. Jenkins Diltblee, Es([. 
Hammond. 

Ci.EKK OF THE Peace. --Win. M. C'omioll, Esq. 

SuHUO«ATE, — Lewis V. Fisher, Esq. 

Registuau of Puoh.vtes. - John V. Winslow, Es*]. 

REfiisTKAii OK Deeds and VVu.t.s.- David Munro, Escj. Deputy — 
Donald Munro, Esq. 

CoMMISSroNEUS E(iR TAKINC! Aei'IIIAVITS IN THE Sci'llEME T'oiIRT. — 
Lewis P Fisher, ()eort,'e Connell, D L Dibblee, John C Winslow, William M 
Connell, Geoi-pe li Raymond, R K Jones, S i! Ai)plel)v, .lames A Phillips, 
Daniel C Courser. A B Comiell and W B ('h»ndler. Esquires. 

Is^O list (iMauu' ACE Lic'iNCES.--W. M. L'«mnell, Kowar.lB White, 
G R Burtt and Hugh Miller, Esquncs. 

Notary Pdhmc. licwis P. Fisher, (."eo;jfe Connell, John C Win- 
slow, William M Connell. S B Appleby and Daniel C Coiu-ser, Escjuires. 

Commissioners eor takini; Speciai- J'aii, in thkSii'reme ( 'ou 
Geor ge L Ra ymond, James R Tujipei' amLDavul Munroe, Es(iuires, 
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iicll, .lohii (' WmihIdw, William M ("oiuioll, U K .TfUH'H, Stci)li('ii I! Apph-Uy, 
j) (' ('oiirwM'. A n Coiirioll niul W B Cliniidicr, K.sqiiircs. 

('((MMIHHIoNKKH OK PaIUHM Civil, (N)i:KT.S. Will. W. I lllllllliond, 
Woodstork; (k'orjri- SUckiicy. NorHmmploii; Tvory Kilbiirn, Uii.-iiiiioud; 
.I/imcs Bridges, I'ct^l, Jaiiics Siiiioiisoii and Matthew ]fuU-liis<)ii, \Vakt>- 
flc'd : C'hurlt'H R Upton, Simonds ; Satimel H Shaw, Bri;;lit<)ii ; John 
.MiiipHon. Aberdeen; (JeorKe W While, Wiliuot; .lames A l'hilli|)H, Kent. 

(!(»R<iNKIH. (Jeoive Sticikney, (ieor^e \Vest, Cliarles K. lljitoii, 
AVillinni Connell. William E Dner, .loliii T Allan, Hanmel Walts, Charles I' 
Connell, M I), Theodore II Estey, KIcliard J'ort, Tlionins B Trafton, Nehe- 
iiiiah Tompkhis, Kiehard B Kelelium, William T Haird, Elijah M Shaw, 
.lames A Phillips, .lames White, M I), .John 11 naK<'rman, M f), .Fohii V Iloyt, 
Colin Kinj?, W JI Morehouse. Newton li (.'otter, M 1), W F Bruet', M 1), and 
aSCronkite. 

AiiOTioNKioHH. Alansoii Payson, James H. JiUHpics, William F. 
Dihhlee and Siiiior. MeLeod. 

CoMMISHIONKK rNDKK TIIK AllKCdNDlNCJ DkHToKh' AtT.— J. 1 )il)bloo. 

CdMMIHHIONHIl I NUEH (! AUN18HKK AND ATTACllMliNT ACT.S. 

Es(iuire. 

MUNtCrrAUTV 01'' CAULKTON. 

Waudkn. Amos H. Hayward, Es-j. ; SKcuKTAUY-TuEAsrRER— 
Randolph K .Jones; Auditor — Samuel Watts. 

County CouNClM-oUhi Parish Woodstock— R. I?. Ketclmin and 
Philip McCafferty. Parish Wakefield— CM Shaw and .John Harper. I'arish 
Richmond - Alexander Kirkpatriek and J Y Iloyt. Pari.sh North 
hampton— .John Shea and David C'Oibson. Parish Brighton— Samuel E 
Campbell and Albion Estabrooks. Parish Peel— C A Harmon ami Amos 
H Hartley. Parish Aberdeen— .Fohii Smith an<l E H (Jillmore. Parish 
Kent— R L) Peai-son and C E (Jallauher. Parish Wicklow- Andrew Cald- 
well and G L Cronkhite. Parish Wilmot— C A Wess and .James A Barter. 
Parish Simonds— Oeorge W Melville and Richard Wheeler. 

TOWN OP WOODSTOCK. 

May'OR— Lewis P. Fisher. Counciklokh J. (}, Vanw.art, F. T. 
Bridges, Philip McCatferty, James llaydeii, John Gibson, and John 
Graham, Esquires. 

Town Ci,khk -James H. Ja(!i|nes. 

Town Maussiial - John Mctlafferty. 

(kiLLECTou at Woodstock D.avid F. Merritt. Contreville- II T. 
Suholey, Sub-Collector. 

Tkkahi'ukk and lli'X'ETVKit oi-" TAXEH-David F Merritt. 

CoM.ECTOH oE County Hates. Israel Clmi chill. 

PosTMASTEK -John C. Wiiislow. Assistant -John II Watt. 



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JUDOE OF THE CoUNTY C(>UI{T. — JamcH ( J. StcVCUK, E.sq, 
Grimmer, Clerk. 

Justices oe the Peace. — David Mowatt, Robert Watson, J. (Jrini- 
mer, .John Farmer, Henry Webber, .John Carlyle, FrniiciK Tlibbert. Claudi- 
us Messinet, Peter Morrison, Daniel Sullivan, W H Cliaffe.y, (ieorgo Foun- 
tain, John E Messinet, Hugh Ludgate, John Murks, (teorge P Kiiifiht, Au- 
gustine Bancroft, .John A Heney, C!h.iiies Bradley, Samuel ilci'-arlaiie, 
Thomas Barry, Thom.as Cotterel, William Iv Reynolds, Isaac Justason, 
.James Rnssell, Zecliariali ( 'hipmaii, Hugh (Jullinan, James Murehie, (ieorge 
S Grimmer. .John McLeod, Magnus Green, (ieor^jce Dick, Robert Stevenson. 
Charles M Gove. George Allen, A W Smith. Nathan Smart Rex M King. 
James E Lvnott, William H Stevens. Thomas T Odell. Nehemiah Marks, 
Samuel H AVhitlock, William T Rose, William Ellis. George F Stickney, 
Jeremiah Hanson, Daniel Crilley, Levi Yonng, John Mcintosh, Thos Black, 
.lohn Orr, Joseph Donald, Joseph Simpson, Charles F Clinch, James R 
Bradford, Charles E O Halheway, Henry Hitchings, John S. Magee, Hugh 



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Morrison, Isaac Newton, IlnydcMi (liipMII. .JamcR A Moran, Ahmlmni Younc:, 
A IKJilniour, sr. Sannu-l .lolinston, Tohias (iihnonr, Ismu' Mt-Klroy, Tftci 
Mills Abbott. Hainucl Dnrlinjr, I,nk(> Hyion, James lIoKiie, NIcliolus CnrU'r, 
James M«'(llll, (>flour IfanHnn, .lolin Keynolds, Cliarles Mcdee, .John (i 
Lorimer, Memy Smith, Jr, Memy Leeniaii, .lohii Me(;utt'heon, ArchlbaM 
Nixon, .1 A Moor(», Alfred ^laxWell, ,Fohn Mills. James Mnmhy, James 
Brown, .\hner T fj Weston. Daniel I'omroy, Alexander McMinh, Uobert 
Towers, Charles Kfewnit. Willinivi T l)iekey, James Biiehanan John (' 
\V«'allierby, William Connor, Captain .lames Maxwell, Charles Mcduire, 
John M<'K'eeinan, Robert A .Stewart, HuKh MeAdnm, Alexander J Mi-Cann. 
Asa Ij Hitehinifs, William Tnindale, Uodney Yoiinjf. James (ililleRi)ie. Irving 
BCarlyle. William I) Maxwell, Charles F fortd, Harrison Oetehell, William 
Uon^'l'is, l)nniel II Maxwell, .loscph A Taylor, Frederick M Murehie, Chns 
Mowatt, William A lU(l«'ont, liobert Kichanlson, David N Torter. John 
MowatI, Jesse C Baitlett, John W Mann, John Peacock, Ijewia A Mills and 
W W (Jrimmer. 

("i.KUK (11"' THK CiiU'tiiTS.— G. S. Grimmer, Esq. 

Hicat Siiinm'K. -Alexander 'J\ ra»il, Ehij. 

< 'i,K,itiv OK Tin: J'KACK andIvkiu'EIi 01' THicKoLLS.— G. S. Grimmer, Esci. 

.TtiDor. OK Fhouatks. (ietn-HO D. Street, Esq. 

Rkoistuau. — S. II. Wliitlock, Esq. 

1{e(;ihti{AI{ok Dkeds and Wti,ls.- -Harris H. Hatch, Esq. 

CoMMIHSlONFUH FOUTAKINf! AfKIHAVITH IN THK SuJ'UEMK CoUllT.— 
John E, Messinett, and all Attorneys of the Sui>rcnio Cour*;. 

CoL'NTY Tueasukku. Willi.am Wliitlock, Esq. 

CoMMisHroNER KOK TAKiNd Baii.. William T. Rose, St. Stej)hen. 

N<tTAiUES IM DMC. John F. Grant (St. Stephen), William McTican, 
Georges Grimmer, Benjamin R 8t«venson, and Geo D Street (St Andrews.) 

GoMMIS.StoNJCIt UNDEU THE Au.SCONWNO DeBTOKH' AcT.~S. H. Whit- 
lock, E8(i. 

Ukkic'IAI. Assignee (Insolvent Act of 1875).— Henry Hill, Esq. 

CoUONEiis. -David Mowatt, Samuel T. Gove, William T. Rose, Dr. 
D Gemni, Thos C Justason, Thos Dick, M I), and Herbert McLauKhlin, M D. i I 

Ai!CTioNEEiiH.--S. H. Whith)ck, Geo. K. Campbell, S. F. Nesbitt and ?, 
C E O Ilatheway. j | 

Ihssueu okM.\151{taoe Licenses.— Thomis Barry (St. George). 1 

County Sei'|{ETAky. -George S. Grimmer. 

MUNICIPALITY OP CHARLOTTE. 

Clarendon— .John Mngee and Archibald Nixon, Dufferin— George Han- 
nah and Sydney Hannah. Saint Andrews— T T (J'Dell and B R Stevenson. 
St George- G F Hibbard and A J Scelye. Pennfleld— Thomas Spear and E 
Poole. Saint David- J A 3Ioore and Thomas Cottrell. Saint James— Doug- 
las and Peaces. SaintCroix. . Saint Stephen— Marcus • 

Upton and Harrison Getchell. i 

TOWN OF MILLTOWN— IStft-TJ). 

Matoh.— George r. Todd, Illsq. 

('oufjciLLoiJS. — W. M. Graham, John H. Haley, Jame:? King, Geo. 
H Eaton, James H Kehoo and W S Robinson. 

AssEssoiiH.—Abner McAllister, Samuel Dowling and Isaac Smith. 

TUEASUUEH.— Charles E. Boardman. 

Clekk.— Thomas J. Robinson. 

OVER.SEEU OK THK Pooii.— William A. Ray. 

Road Commissioner.— A. M. Gotildrick. 

Fire Wards.— Geo. H. Eaton, John H. Haley and James King. 

Police Magistrate. —Thomas J. Robinson, Esq. 

C(mstables and Police Officers.— Jno. Mahar, Jt)hn Monoghan, Jas. 
Glas.s, Thomas Mohar, Thomas Williams, Thoinos Osborne and A M Goul- 
drick. 

Weight ,'8 of Hay, Grass and other I'roduce. 
Charles E Boardman. 



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RobiiiHon, J WpIIh Vose and fU'orpy O'Hrion. 

Stirveyorn of Luinbm".- Tho ul)oveSnrvftyorHof T/'f^'s, ami Jiih. (*iispy, 
John L Huy, I'harU's Hnt<ih, Isaat; Sinitli, AIhi*"!* (Iralmni, Henry Lovojoy, 
Kobert liitobinKH, Albion Eaton and BnrnoH Hiidey. 

ScalfiH of Wood and IJark. ~ KranciH Sinitli, li(»raco Whitnoy, T. J. 
HiibinMon, J WellH Vitxe, OeorKf O'liri'-'ii. 

Fence VioweiH. — Win. A. Hay, ThomaH Burtu .and Iwaac Snjitli. 

Field J)i'iveiH. —James CroHsett, llowlatid Hill, Stewart llnsby, 
Charles Bnrtn. JanieH WilUston and I'oniul Keeper. 

Auctioneer. -William A. IJay. 

(Collector of Taxes.— 1'honiaH Osborne. 

Auditors -Samuel 1 )urlinj,' and Stephen II. Hi tchin .,'.■<, EMora. 

Fire Department. Fernando l{ij)ley, ('a])tfiin ; (JeorKe I'nmt, Eu- 
Kineer; John Mulmr anti Thomas Muliar, Pii)enien; John Monoghun, Fire- 
man. 

COUNTY OF GliOtJCESTER. 

.Tl'Ikje OF THE County CouiiT.— Hon Edward Williston. T Des- : 
Brisay, Clerk, _ _. _ ' 

Samuel { 
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rion Ache, Alexander (.Jamnbell, John Foley, Matthew Parrot, Henry 
Auj^ustine McOullouRh, AVllllam Ferpuson, l^atriek Whalan, John Lonis 
LeRere, Ifenry A Sormonay Kennedy, F Burns, John Kerr, Kiehai-<1 Sisk, 
Francis Scott, Mark Devereaux, Adam Sutherland, I'atriek J Foley, An- 
thony llainey, James McGinley. Robert (' Caie, (Justave Dnmas, Jonathan 
Doran, Thomes Hall, Thomas Boudroan, Joseph 1j Bishop, Alex Petrie. 
Samuel H Napier, Thomas Seaton, Theotine Blanehard, ( )nesimns Blnnch- 
ard, Bernard Commeau, Jerojne Hoy, Francis Meahan, .Tames F McManus, 

Tames Thomst>n, Thomas Lone, jun, 
is Alexandre, jnn, John Younp, 

• .K ■ llliani Yonnp, Nathan Kichey, 

Justinian Savoy, William Walsh, William Theriau, John Sewell, William 
Napier, Richard Blackball, Philip Rive, Robert ArmirtronK, Jnste Hache, 
William Alexander, Prospere Fi PauUn, Robert M<M>dy, George McC'onnell, 
Henry W Baldwin, Murdock Harper, James Hickson. Thomas A Harris, 
John Millar. Abraham Grant, Samuel Gammon, sen, Charles Bosse, Albert 
T Carter, Richard Dawson, D Gu.stavus Maelauchlan, Thomas Aider, Martin 
Hache, Josenh Sewell, jun, Bernard Commeau, William Archer, Alexander 
Morrison, Etiward Hornibrook, Jeremiah Muzerall, Peter DeGrace, Jerome 
Boudreaut, and Chas F Brisson, Esquires. 

C'l.KUK OF THE CIRCUITS— Tlieophilus DesBrisay, Etq. 

High Sheriff— Robert B. Vaif, Esq. 

Clerk of the Peace and Keeper of the Roll.s— Theophilus Dea- 
Brisay, Esq. 

Surrogate.— Henry W Balhvin, Escj. 

Begistrar of Probates. — D. G. Maelauchlan, Esq. 

Registrar of 1>eei)s and Wills. —Henry W. Baldwin, Esq. 

Stipendiary Magistrate.— I). Gustavus Maelauchlan, Esq. 

Stipendiary Macjlstrate at Caraquet,— Martin Hache, Esq. 

Coroners. — Joseph Sewell, Wm. Ferj^uson, I>. (t. Maelauchlan, 
James G. C. Blackliall, and Gideon M. Duncan, M. D., I'^sq. 

Master of the Grammar School.— (ieorge Mersereau, Esq, B. A. 

Trustees and Directors of the Grammar School.- Samuel L. 
Bishop, Theophilus DesBrisay. Hon. John Ferguson, John Kerr, and 
James Hickson, Es(i. 

Barristers, Attorneys and Notaries Public— -Theophilus Des- 
Brisay, and D. Gustavus Maelauchlan, Esc]. 



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CoMMLSSIoNEKS KOK TAKTNU BaIL AND Al'KinAVTTH IN T>1E HlJPREMK ! 

floL'KT.- J«ilin DDiiUi, Hon. Robert Youmk, tliunes G. V. Blatiklmll, 
Samuel Ta Bishop, John Youn^ iiud John Kerr, Kmra. 

CoMMlH><IoNEI{S Koit TAKINO AfI'MOAVITS IN THK ScrREBIM OoURT.- - | 

The BarristerH and Attorneys practising in the ('ounty. i 

Issuer of MAUUiA(iE Licenses. Henry W. Bahlwin, Eh(i, 

COMMTSSIONER UNDER AcTS 3H VICTORIA, CHAl'TEKS 4 ANI^ 5. -John 
Kerr, Esq. 

Official AssKiNEE.- Robert J'illis, Es(|. 

Fishery Officers. - JJathurst, James Hick.on, Esiiuire ; Caraquet, 
Juste Hachc. J'jScj. 

Henrj^ W. Bahlwin (Bathurst), and John Doran (Shippegan), Escp'S., 
Agents fen- IJoyds. 

Gloucester AnHicn/ruRAL Society. -Samuel L. Bishop, Esq. 
Iresideut; James Buttinier, Est]., Secretary. 

Members of Board for the Manac.eme?;t of Tracadie TjAZARETTo. !'• 
— Rev. Ferdinand Oauvreau, William Keryuson, John Ycmny, and » 
Justinian Savoy, Esvj. ^ 

Auctioneers. -William Taylor, Hon. RolVert Yonu'^;, Henry W. s 
Baldwin, John Kerr, Philip Rive, Prospere E. Paulin, John E. Bald- s 
win and William Najner. > 

Commissioners of Parish Courts. — Bernard Commeau, Esq. Beres- *^ 
ford; D. (I. M .clatichlan, Esq., Batlnn-st ; Martin Hache, Es(i., : 
Caraquet; Jonathan Doran, Es(i., Sliippejj^an ; Joseph Sewell, Esij., '3 
Inkerman ; William Archer, Esc^., Samnarez ; John Foley, Esq., New j 
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Bathurst. "Samuel Melancon and John E. O'lirien. Beresford * 

Onasipliere Turyeou and Jerome Roy, Esijrs. New liandon — Joseph f 

Poirie and Patrick Foley, Es(irs. Caracpiet -Joseph Sewell and 3 

P. E. Pontain, Es<p's. "Shiijpe^'an, — William Taylor .'ind Adolphe 2 

Hache, Es<irs. Tracadie -John Youn},' and J Savoy, Esqi-s. (irand j 

Aunce — Ubalde liandry and W. Lov.e. Inkerman — Edward Barry, > 

and William Walsh, Estp-s. Warden— Patrick (J. Ryan. Secretary- : 

Treasurer— John Sivewi'ight, Esfj. Auditor -Francis Meahan, Esq. r 



COUNTY OF KENT. 

-Hon. Bliss Botsford. 



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Jwlfic nf the Count [I Court. 
ney, Es(i. C'lerk. 

JiiKliccK of the Peace. — Thomas W. PJiss, John Bowser, Ifon. David 
Wark, William IlauiiiKton. fi(>rman White, Reuben Johnson, Lawrence 
McTiaren, .lames Bin-ns, Jnnies (lirvaiL Terrcnce ("urrau, .lohn .lardine. jr, 
Joliu Koliertsou, Henry Peters, jun, John 13rait, Horatio Smith, Lewis 
B Allan, Charles Uoselen, Luke Johnson, Aniant Boiu-pfeois. sen, James 
Lucas, Alexander MeWillianis, Stephen BripKs, David McMinn, .losrph 
Doherty, Robert Brown, Thomas Steven.son, .Tohn Stevenson. Edward 
Walker, Alexander (lirvan, Zaccheus Phinney, Kenneth B B^orbes, Albert 
T Smith, John Ford. Thonia;- Irvine, Alexainler Johnson, Owen Mclnerny. 
Pierce Quilty. .lolni Harnett, Theophilus Bilodeau, Charles C!orney, Sanuifl 
Jerway, Sinion Allen, Michael McF adden, Herbert Irving, Thomas Richaid- 
.son, Alexander Rolu^rtson, Robert (Mialmers. Thadeus Oallant, Andrew 
Bourgeois, Thomas Porrier, Thomas Coates, Robert CUitlei", John V Ross, 
John T (.'ale, Jolin Potter. Geihardus i) Carman, Aupuste Renand, Domin 
ique Lepjere, Charles Richard, John Whcten, Peter Daiple. .Joseph L Rich- 
ard, Jule (loupuin. Hem-y O'Leary, James Hannah, Marcel Barrio, Miles 
Smith. Daniel <)"Leary, Alexis (jouguin, James Sowerby, John Sutton, 
Nicholas MuzeroU., Peter Robicheau. James Hernet, Oliver LeBlanc. 
I /.nthony Girouard, John MeKee, Jaddus Gogfran. l>aninl Robicheaud. 
William Bowser, jr, Angus McLean, Andrew Dunn, Robci-t Clark, Anthony 



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Isaac W Doherty, Eustache Melancou, W B Weldon. William Johnston 
(Cocaigne), Vincent Bourk, Bernard Gorman, Lazar Guilmbn, John Dickin- 
son, Ednnmd Hutchinson, John Tajdor, Robert Doherty, Charles Y. Walk- 
er, John Murray, James F Atkinson, Benjamin F Bailey, Thomas Anderson, 
Benjamin F Wetmore, Alexander Leishnian, David W. Grierson, J. P. Kaye, 
; Peter Tibidor and Lazare Daigle, Esquires. 

Secretary-Treasurer— Charles J Sayre, Esq. 

Clerk of the Circuits— Robert Hutchinson, Esq. 

High Sheriff— Autoine Girouard, Esq. 

Clerk of the Peace and Keeper of the Rolls.— Robert Hutchinson, Esq. 
; Collector of Customs— John Rusk, Esq. 
I Jud^e of Probates— James D Phinney. 

Registrar of Probates— Robert Caie, Esq. 
': Registrar of Deeds and Wills— Thomas Wetmore Bliss, Esq. 
I Issuer of Marriage Licenses— Robert Hutchinson. 
I Stipendiary Magistrate— Thomas W Bliss, Esq. 
i Inspector of Schools -Thomas W W^ood. Esq. 

I Coroners— Horatio B Smith, Isaac W^ Doherty, M D, IB Freeman, M D, 
i William Johnston, James C Moody, M D, Damier Bourgeois and Rufino A 
! D'Ollaqui, Esquires. 

Notaries Public— John Bowser, and the Attorneys practising in the County. 

Medical Attendant on the Marine Hospital— J \V Doherty, H D. 

Auctioneers— Richard McLaii'^hlan, John L Dwyer, George Beatteay. Ru- 
f us S Chandler, Joseph Wetmore. Richard Sutton, Jacob Ferguson, John 
Wheten, Nathaniel Hutchinson, Heniy G Feetham, Daniel McArthm-, 
Joseph E James, Edmund Hutchinson, Theophilus DesBrisaj', John T Caie, 
William J. Smith, John Robertson and \Vm, B. Deacon. 

MUNICIPALITY OF KENT COCNTY. 

Richibucto — Daniel 0"Leary and Gordon Livingstone. Wellington — John 
C. Ross and Magloire (iirouavd. Welford— Charles Walker and Charles 
McDonald. St. Louis— Joseph I.,. Richard and John B. Richard. Carleton 
—James T. Caie and Stephen O'Donnell. Harcourt— Andrew Dunn and J. 
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Judges of the County Court.— Charles Wattei-s, Esq. ; Alfred E. McLeod, 
Esq., Clerk. 

Justices of the Peace.~A. C. Evanson, John C. Price, Robert McCully, 
Craven Langstroth, EHas S. Freeze, Weeden Fowler, D. M. Campbell, Elijah 
A. Perkins, Walter B. Scovil. James W. Nowlan, Samuel Foster, John H. l 
Wright, J. D. Micheau Keator, R. S. Foster, Nelson Arnohl. William Pear- i 
son, William A. Stockton, William B. McKiel, William McLeod, Philo M. | 
Raymond, Nathaniel Belyea, William Buchanan, John O. Dann, James j i 
Cookson, Zebuhm Connor, James A. Fenwick, William Keith, George H. i 
Wallace, John Erb, John Mclntyre, Daniel Mcljachlan, John Urquhart, 
William S. Teakles, Robert Morrison, William Baskin, T. Oliver Arnold, 
John C. Godard, William Deniston. Joseph D. Baxter, George Flewellinfr, 
George Barnes, David McKenzie, Henry Piers, jr., Isaac Faulkner, Joshua 
C. Upham, Peter Brennau, Peter Dunn, John McLeod, Patrick McBriarity, 
John Carroll, Nathaniel II. DeVebor, George Holmes Keirstead, J. Murray 
Nase, William S. Frost, Simeon Hatfield White, John Moore, Oswell N. 
Price, Murray B. Keith, Ebenezer Stockton, James Cnnipbell, Nicholas 1'. 
Wannamake, James W. Smith. Wilham Barnes, David Smith, .lames Doug- 
las, Heniy W. Purdy, Conrad J. Hendricks, Benjamin Gray, John M. Kay- 
iiiond, William Thomas, Lewis Folkins, Caleb Fenwick, James A. Sinr.ott. 
Charles Hazen, Charles M. Hunt. Oeorge Whitfield Sharp, Justus Hemy 
Gray, Daniel C. Perkins, (.'. ITu'lson Plewelling, Andrew JlcVey, William J. 
Brittain, Edward Mayes Spni^'^. .rames C. Coates, GrorKO L. (iood, (Jeorge 
Z. Parlee, Andrew McAfee, Geor;,'e Morton, James V» ol-^ay h'ayubuid, .Jolui 
Darling, Edwin B. Betr, John J. AVoodward, AUicd :\larkhani. Neal iM(>- 
Laughlan, Jacob I. Keir.stead. Daniel Jones, Roliert Marshall, William (,). 
Theal, George Wightman. ,laiii;>s J. Davie, John W. Caullield. Alexander 
.M. Woodman. Gilbert I'errv, J.ines Mills, AbramM. Mabee, John E. B. Mc- 
Cready, Levi N. Sharp, Mil'cH Je kins. .lames Miles, John M. Stockton, .Jas. 
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James Kingston. Aniasn Kennedy, Georee Inch, David Floyd, John S. 
Frnzee, C. Douglas Fairweather, V. Lemuel ('oates. Roland A. MoHon, Peter ^ 
Snider. Plenry M. Pnrlee. John Mills, James AV. Freeze. James Gordon, John j- 
W Cookson 'Joseph H. Dickson, William II. White. .Justus Pickett, Felix ■< 
McGuire. D Beverley Hatfield, J. A. Smith Kierst(>nd, Abraham B. Hayes, ~ 
Charles J. Keith, San.Mel C. Thorne, William H. C'reighton, Edward M. 
Chambers, John O'Shea, oainuel E. Frost. John T)avidson. Daniel P. Cainp- 
bcll, George T. Seely, Thomas Souther, George Ogilvie, Ro1)ert PoUey, Dan. 
Robertson, Robert Myles, .fames W. Freeze and Joseph McBay, Esquires. 

Stipendif ry Magistrate.— George H. Wallace, Esq. 

Clerk of the Circuits.— John H. Cotljer. 

High Sheriff.— Samuel N. Freeze, Esq. 

Keeper of the Rolls, Judge of Probates, and Clerk of the Peace. -George 
Otty, ksquii'c. 

Registrar of Probates. - James Cookson. Esquire. 

Coroners.— S. Z. Earle. A. C. Evanson, James Wetmore, jr., Adino Pad- 
dock. O. l^urdy. Rufus A. Stockion. John Wilson, John M. Rayniond, Allan 
McTiCod, George Rex Price, William Iveith, Robert J. Laniont, M. D., Wm. 

B. 3IcKeel, L. N. Sharp, Foster McFailane, M. V>.. Joshua Burnett, M. D., 
Robert Morrison. Dr. Joseph H. McMonagle, William Keith, John Brady, 
M. D., Robert B. Vail, William Fairweather. Pele^r Brennan, William Bu- 
chanan, J. E. B. McCready, James A. Fenwick, Frederick McPher-son, and 
J). Btn-erley Hatfield, John H. Raymond. James A. Moore,_D. J. McLellan 
an d Peter "Campbell, Est^iiires. 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits and Bail in the Siqjreme Court. — A. 

C, Evanson, John C. Price. S. Foster, J. W. Nowlan. Philo M. Raymond, Jas. 
Cookson. Nelson Arnold and George Barnes. Esquires. 

Issuers of Marriage tiicenses.--WiIliam Baskin, James Cookson and Wm. 
p-airwealher, and Charles M. Hunt. Es(mi|vs 
Auctioneers.- E. S. Freeze, William H. White, E. Perkins. Samuel Freeze 



LeBaron Drury. Gilbert Titus. Gilford Cougle, Benjamin Sproule, Abraham 
.Johnson, jr., William Keith, James E. Fryers, Isaac I'earson, J. D. Mabee, 
Joseph D. Baxter. Jo.seph Belyea, T. G. Barnes, W. M. Teakles, Samuel 
Gosline. Noah Keith, AVilliam A. Stockton, .J. McNaught. Thomas Matthew- 
scm. J.Sharp. B.L.Crawford. G. Downey. D. M.Johnson, Douglas Fair- 
weather, Samuel I'Vtster. James W. Nowlan and John E. Ryan. 

Trustees of Grammar School.— Rev. W. W. Walker, J. I).' M. Keator, John 
Flewelling, James A. Fenwick, Levi N. Sharp. James Cookson and Peter 
Brennan. 

Teacher of Grammar Schf>ol.— Joh.i Raymond. 

Commissioners of Parish Civil Courts.-^-Wm. Buchanan. Esq.. Westfleld; 
Wm, B. McKiel. Esq.. Greenwich: John Mclntyre. Esq.. Kars; Jt)hn Wood, 
ward, Esq., Rothesay; J. D. 31ieheau Keator, Esq.. Hampton: J. Douglas 
Baxter, Es(i., Norton; William J. Brittain, Esq., Springfield: Wm. Barnes, 
Esq., Upham: Weeden Fowler. Esq.. Hammond; W. H. (Yeighton. Esq., 
Waterford: Elias S. Fi-eeze. Esq., Card well; W^m. Keith, Esq., Havelock; 
Caleb P^Miwick, Esq., Studholni. 

King's County Board of Trade —James Domville. M. P., President; L. N. 
Sharpe. M. D.. Vice-President; John Flewelling. Treasurer; Thomas 
W. Lee. Secretaiy. Council— W. A. Smith. Alfred Markham, J. 31. Stock- 
ton. John Sheck, .J. Manning. J. C. Price. W. B. Scovil. S. B. Raymond. John 
Flewelling. George Flewelling. J. C. Upham. Thomas Worrell. John Mills, 
David Smith. Richard Titus, J. Woodward, (K H. Flewelling, B. Mills, J. M. 
Cookson, D. W. Belyea. John I,,inton. AVin. McLeod. A. M. Mabee. J. I). Bax- 
ter, William Frost, Robert Marshall, James E. Fenwick, George H. AVhite, 
Samuel Foster and William B. McKiel. 

Board of Arbitratoi-s.— George Barnes. John M. Raymond, J. A. Fenwick, 
Robert E. McLeod and W. T. Brittain. 

MVNICIPALITY OP KINGS COUNTY. 

Councillors.— Hampton. Geo. L. Taylor. M. D., and Fred. Sproul. Sussex, 
Isaac Bonnell and Alfred Markham. Studholm, Albert J. Kierstead and 
David S. Sinnott. Havelock. Ebenezer Stockton and Charles I. Keith. 
Kingston. Robert Williams and John O'Duiin. Kai-s. David Mills and Alex- 
ander Morrell. Hammond, Robert W. Forsyth and Robert Myles. Green- 
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say F H Pearson and Alien C. Otty. fJorton-Baxter and Abram B. 
Haves" Uphani. HeniT «. Fowler and G Ibert W. Titus. Can well, John 
MurraV anU James Mills. Spiingiield, J. A. Smith Kierstead and Geprge G. 
O. Scovil. George Otty, Secretary-Treasurer. 

COUNTY OF MAUAAVASKA; 

Judge of the County Court— James G. SteveMs, Esq. A. Raiusford Bal- • 

^^Justices of ' the 'peace-Prudent Gagnon, Joseph Cyr, Florent Fournier, 1 
John Hartt, Rosomo Violet. John Lynch, Cyril Potras. Levite Thenault, 
Auffustin Daigle, Joseph Martin, George Bois, Matthias Nadeau, Remi 
Peltier, Paid Carron, Victoria Albert, Pnident A. Babjn, Peter Michaud, 
Francis Levesque, James Smith, Norbert Rossignol, Edwin J. Byram, 
Xavier Bernier, Vital F. Thibedeau, H. Gagon, F. A. Testu, D. O. Burgoine. 
T M Richards, S. C. Hudoh, Ralph Albert, Thomas Cleasse, John T. Hodg- 
son. Michael LeBell. Magloire Herbert, Vital Martin, A. M., Simon Beauheu, 
Joseph Cyr (St. Basil), Francis J. Rice, John Lynch (St. Basil), David Rou- . 
seau. Joseph Albert, Augere Bernier, Hillaire Peltier and Stephen Hafey, \ 
Esquires. , 1 

High SheriflP--J. Francis Rice, Esq. < 1 

Clerk of the Peace— A. Rainsford Balloch, Esq. 

Cleric of the Circuits— Barry R. Plant^^ Esq. 

Judge of Probates— Barry R. Plant, Esq, v., x ,^ 

Banisters and Attorneys— A. Rainsford Balloch and Bany R. Plant, Esqs. 

Notary Public— A Rdinsford Balloch, Esq. 

Registrar of Probates- Hilaire Peltier, Esq. 

Registrar of Wills and Deeds— Hiliare Peltier, Esq. 

County Secretarj-- A Rainsford Balloch, Esq. 

County-Treasurer- Alexis Cyr, Esq, 

County Auditor —Ilonore CVr, E.sq. 

C^oroners— John Lynch, S. C. Hudon, Edwin Akerley, Mathias Nadeau, 
and Hilaire Peltier, Esquires. 

Commissioners to Solemnize Marriage— J. T. Hodson, Edwin Akerly and 
Enoch Baker, Esquires. 

Garnishee Commissioner-»-Hilaire Peltier. 

Issuers of MaiTiageLicenses*-Thom(|i8Emttiei'son, Stephen Heoffee, and 
P. O. Byram, Esquires. ' 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits to be read in the Supreme Court— A. 
Rainsford Balloch, Barry R. Plant, and John T. Hodgson, Esquires. 

Inspector of Schools— A. Rainsford Balloch. 

COUNTY OF NORTHUMBERLAND. ' 

Judge of the County Court— Hon. Edward Williston, Samuel Thomson, ! 
Esq., Clerk. I 

Justices of the l^oace—Riohard Hutchinson, Peter Mitchell, John Porter, ! 
Miles McMillan, William Muirhead, John McRae, Hiram Freeze, John Wil- ; 
hston, Louis Robicheau, Robt. T. Miller, John Pallen, Burk Archibald, Wm. 
M, Kelley, John Lawlor, Alex. K. McDougall, G' orge A Blair, Ihomas 

F. Gillespie, John Noonan, William Park, James Fish, Neil Gordon, David 
Johnston, Robert Falconer, George Burchill, Alexander Saunders, Duncan 
Davidson, John Johnston (Tabusintac), Alexander Loggie (Burnt Church), 
John Fairley, William Swim, Peter Esson, John Nevin, Charles Sargeant. 
Jesse G. Harding. Robert R, Call, Alexander Jassamine, William Falconer. 
Vital Allan. James T. Griffln, Jacob C. Gough, Adam 1). Sherriff, Michael 
Searle, William Williston, Jabez B. SnowbaU, William Masson, jun., John 

G. Layton, Enoch Flett,. John Caie, Bartholomew Stapleton, John Brown, 
Richard Hocken, William Murray, Arthur Wright. Malachi Dwyer, Francis 
J. Letson, Joseph R. ({oggiu, Hugh Holt, .Tames Edgar, Donald Mcl.iaugh- 
lan, William McRae, Avard Hutcliison. Charles C. Watt, Francis E. Win- 
slow, Robert Brown, Harvey Finney, Patrick Farrell, William Ennis. Thos. 
Ambrose, James McGec, John McXaughton, John McKay, James Fitzpat- 
rick. William G. Crei^hton, Prudence Robicheau. Matthew Savoy, Duncan 
Morrison, Robert Whitney, David Summers, William McKay, Justus Fur- 
leigh, Alexander Mills, James Graham, Daniel McMillan, John McLaggan, 
John Curran, Robert Swim, John Arbo, Alexander Dermott, Robert 



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Jordan, William T. Underbill, jun., Charles Donalds, Charles B. Lyons, 
.John Sullivan, Maurice O'Donnell, John McCormack, Thomas H. Flaigher, 
Robert Johnston, sen., Richard Davidson, Francis Fraser, John Maltby, 
Donald McBeath, Robert Loggie, jun., Ralph Fa3ie, Enoch Bamford, liCwis 
Dunphy, John Scovil, John Campbell, John Newman, William Hartt, 
Francis H. McKnight, sen., John R. Nicholson, William C. Jones, Robert 
Bean, John Johnston (Napan), James Johnson, AVni. S. Brown, Jolui Rice, 
James Robinson, Alexander McKenzie, Henry Swin), David Banilord, John 
OBrien, Alfred C. Smith, Thomas Troy, C. Millar, Augustin A. Ricliard, 
Alexander Sutherland, James Somers, David Petrie, Eilward R. Whitney, 
Francis Jardine, John Ellis, John McTavish, Patrick Mm-phy, .lasper 
Maddox, Oeorge Sutherland, Alexander Atchi.son, Jared Tozer, Th<)mas 
Bailey Williston, Patrick Fitzpatrick, (Jeorge Fowlie, Thomas Phelan, Wni. 
McNaughton, .inn., John McDonald (Little Branch, Olenelg), and Daniel 
Crimnnn. and Gt'orge B. Fraser. 

Clerk of the Circuits— Samuel Thomson, Esq.. Q. C. 

High Sheriflf— John ShirrelT, Esq. 

Clerk of the Peace and K(v»pi'i' of the Rolls— S. Thomson, Esq., Q. C. 

Judge of Probates— Sanniel Thomson, Esq., Q. C. 

Registi-ai'— .T. B. Eraser, Esq. 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills— John Lawlor, Esq. 

Coroners.— Allan A. David.son, Robert R. Wa.sson. Edward Rogers, .John 
S. Benson, John 'Oiompson. M. D., B. N. T. Underbill. Elijuli Fowler. ('. O. 
Watt, James Patterson. William C. Creighton, Jolm Pallen. M. D., William 
J. G. Dawson, M. D., John Pond, John Johnston, Josepli Cl'aj)lin, AVilliam 
P. Bishop, J. B. Freeman. M. D.. Phineas Williston. John McCurdy, M. D., 
Alfred C Smith, M. D., and Daniel McMiUan. Esquires. 

Trustees of the Grammar School.— Rev. W. S. Neales. Rev. Samuel Rus- 
sell, Cteorge \'. Blair, J. B. Snowball, Thomas F. Gillesi)ie, Adam 1). Shirretf, 
John Ellis, John Brown. James Anslow. and Francis J. Letson. Escpiires. 

Commissioners for taking Bail and AlMavits in the Supreme Court- 
Newcastle.— Richard Davidson and William Park, E.s({uii'es. 

Barristers, Attorneys and Notaries Public- Newcast le— .\llan A. David- 
son. Q. C, Samuel ThouLSon, Q. C . Mich.ael Adams. W. A. Park, and F. P. 
Williston. Esquires. Chatham— William Wilkinson. Q. C. Daniel Ferguson, 
Richard Carman, L. J. Tweedie, J. B. Fraser, and Andrew II. Johnson, 
Esquires. 

Issuers of Marriage Licenses.— S. Thomas, Elijah Fowler, nnd Daniel 
McMillan, Esquires. 

Corimissioner for Parish Court, Chatham.- George B. Fraser 

Auctioneers.— Robert T. Miller, Charles Marshall, 
Snowball, Robert Blake, Adam D. ShirrefT, James 
John G. G. Lavton, Elijah Fov.ler, Charles C. Watt, and James Pattersoi 

Re\enue Ofllcers.— Chatham— Collector. Daniel Ferguson; Landing Sur- 
veyor, J. C. E. Carmichael; Waiter, Searcher and Locker, James T Griflln. 
Newcastle. Collector— R. Iladden ; Waitei-, Searcher and Locker, D. Mc- 
Gruar. 

Consuls.— Norwegian, lion. R. Hutchinson. Prussian— Edward Hut- 
chinson, Esq. 

Ch.'i.tham Gaslight Company.— Richard Hocken, Esq., I'resident: William 
Muirhead and Dr. J. Pallen. Esquires. Directors. 

Miramichi St. Patrick's Society.— William Lawloi-, President; W. Cr. Les- 
ton. Vice-President: Thomas Crimmin, Treasinvr; John Kei-gusou. Secre- 
tary; Committee— John Bannon. James Keejian. ,Ios<'j)h Mann, Joseph 
Nowlan, John Healy, James Bergin, and Thomas Murray. 

MUNICIPALITY OF NORTlIUMHEnL.VNn. 

Newcastle— C. F. Bourne and Patk. Hays. Chatliam— Mi-ssi-s. Lawlor an<l 
Frothingham. Derby— T. W. Crocker and John Beds. North Ksk It. 1". 
Whitney and W. S. Brown. Blackville-.Tolm L. Sehofleltl and Daniel Mc- 
Laughlin. Nelson— John O'Brien and John Burchill. 

COUNTY OP QUEENS. 

Judge of the County Court.— James Steadman. Esquire. J. R. Currey, 
Esq., Clerk. 

Justices of the Peace.— John McLean, Thomas T. Ilewett, Creorge W. 
Hoben, Charles Keith, Thomas Harrison, Charles P. Wetmore, .losepli B. 
Perkins, Joseph Coy, Gideon D. Bailey, John B. Earle, JoJm Gol Iflnch. 



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(Jilliert VVi><(<ins, T. Lconaid, Cliarlcs Muri'ay, Robert Philips, James Pear- 
son, John (!orl)(4t, Khenezer WilUams, John Clowes, Allen McDonald, 
(Jlias. Stewart, (»eorKe K. McLean, George N. OoldiuK, Tliomas E. Mc- 
Donald, (Jeor^fe Simi)S()n, Isaac C. Burpee, Nathaniel B. Cottle, George 
McDonald, Sanuiel \,. Peters, Benjamin H. Palmer, John Incli, Thomas 
HetherinKlon, Joseph F. liohen, James Qiiinn, (ieorj^'e Mills, Robert Slipp, 
.lost!ph I't^nnery, (ieorge Worden, Daniel Palmer, Daniel C. Stilwell, 
Duncan Mclican, Chai'les V. Cody, A. Judson Estabrooks, Richard G. Bar- 
ton, .James Reid, Chas. A. I lardiiiK, T. William Perry, William V. White, 
Georj^e Coldwell, I'eter Knight, Micah Y. Cox, Samuel M. Starkey, George 
Baird, ,Io1im H. Kelley. Cluules Peikins, Archibald Carpenter, James Wil- 
son, C. II, Kingston, Moses S. Moore, Car«?y Estabrooks, William Hawks- 
hurst. 'I'liomas < >Di)im('l!, I'eter Lingley, Abraham L. Bailey, Isaac B. Mc- 
Gregor, .lames Gai'diner, George Dunn, (i. R. Vincent. John S. Belyea, 
Samuel Martin, Henry A. DuV^ernet, Howard .\lward, Ge<jrge Kirkpatriek, 
■lolm W. l<'oshay, Solomon Thorn, George 1'. Hogan,'H. J. Clarke, Esquires. 

High Sill lid', .lolin Talmer, E.sq. 

Clerk of the Ciriruits. T. R Wetinore, Esquire. 

( 'lerk of thi^ Peace and Kc-jier of the Rolls.— T. R. Wetmore, Esq. 

.ludgeof l'robaf«^s. T. R. Wetiaoie, Esq. 

Registrar of I'roliates. James R. Curry, E.sq. 

Registrar of Deeds. Robert T. Babbit," E.s(i. 

Receiver of Royalties for Queen's and Sunbiuy.-John Maj'nard. 

<'oiuily Treasurer. Edward Simpson, E.sq. 

County Auditor. S. L. Peters. 

Comiiiissioner under .\ttaehment Law.— R. T. Babbit, Esq. 

.\ssigiiee in bankruptcy. -Caleb E. Fox. 

I'liblic .\ot.iries. T. R." Wetmore, C. A. Harding, and J. R. Curry, Esqi's. 

Barrisleis and Altoi-neys.— T. Robert Wetmore, Charles A. Harding, Jas. 
R. Curry, Caleb E. Kox, and T. M. Wetmore, Esquires. 

issuers of Marriage Licenses.— T. R. Wetmore, William H. White, 
Hiiam Codv, and I?. S.||Palnier, ICsiiuire.s. 

Coroners. Thomas T. Hewett, R. T. Babbit, George W. White, John 
Murphy, S. V. White, .Vmbro.se Palmer, Solomon Thorn, Edward W. Slipp, 
Rol)eil D. .\kerley, Saiimel U. Stewart, Mays Case, Isaac C. Burpee, Mai- 
eoliiiC. McDonald, M.D., Micah V. Cox, JolmC. Clowes, Abraham Wiggins, 
Thomas II. Pearson, Sydney A. Dibblee. James G. C. Hetheruigton, T. 
William reriy, and .1. II. W. Scott. M. D., E.s(iuires. 

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'I'. U. Wetmore. ('has. .\. Harding. James R. Curry, Caleb E. Fox. Robert 
T. Babbit (Gagetowii), Thomas Leonard (Petersville), John GoUUinch, Isaac 



C. Hurpee(("hii)iiiaii). Charles Keith (Brun.swick), Thomas Murray (John- 
ston), , I o.seph |{. Perkins (Petersville), (Cpper (tagelown), 

(Jideoii D. Bailey (Canning), George N. (Jolding (Wiekham), .Sanniel L. 
1 eters ( Hampstead). Clia.s. E. Langan iChipiuan). and T. M. Wetmore, Esqs. 

Co'iimi.ssioners of Pari.sh Courts. T. M. Wetmore, Gagetown; Thomas 
Leonard, Petersville, George,!. Worden, Wiekham; Isaac C. Burpee, Chip- 
man; Nathaniel U. Cottle, Cambridge; Carey Estabrooks, Canning; Sol- 
omon Tlioriie, nrmiswick; Benjamin S. Palmer, Hampstead; George E 
McLean. Wateiboioiigh; Thomas Hetherington. .Johnston. 

Aiietioneers. Ai<-liil>ald McAlister. David l-'erguson, Edward Simpson, 
.lames (Jardiner. Gagetown; John .Armstrong, William Hogshaw, Thomas 
L»'onard, C. N. Darrali, Petersville; , James Pearson. Johnston; Isaac Van- 
wart, W ickliam; N\altt>r S. Butler, Canning; Lawrence O'Leary, Charles 
Keith, Itniiiswu-k; Thomas Dykeniaii, N. B. Cottle, Cambridge:" J S Van- 
wart, llampstea.l; and Charles Simpson, Gagetown; T. William i'errv. 
\N m. Soiiierville. 

(Jagetown and Petei-sville Railway. Francis Woods, E.s(i President- 
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DeVeber. Esq., Troa.surer; Charles N. Skinner, Solieitor. Direct oi-s-W. 
S. Harding, M. 1)., E. K. Burpee, Francis Woods, Edward Simpson, and 
Robert T. Babbit. Esquires. 

A Monthly Probate Court for Queens County is holdeu at the .Judge's 
OflBce in Oagetown, on the Third Tuesday in every month at which the 
offlcei-s will be in attendance. Applications for Probates of Wills and Ad- 
ministrations can be made at any other time. 

Ml'NIClPALITY OK qi'EENS. 

.Johnston— T. W. Perry and Thomas II. Pearaon. Waterborough— James 
F. Roberts and John Granville. CandH'idge—.hunes Robertson and Chas. 
Slipp. (Jagetown — Dr. Gilbert and Josenh Iloben. Brunswick-Howard 
Alward and Danl. Kieretead. Chipman- Messrs, McAllister and Richardson. 
Hamjistead— Josejih Sleep and Albert Palmer. Wickhani- Isaac CarptMj- 
ter and L. S. Vanwart. 

COUNTY OF RESTIOOUOHK. 

Judge of the County Court.— Hon. Edward Williston. J. S. Morse, Esq., 
Clerk. 

Justices of the Peace. — Adam Fergu.'ion. William Hamilton, William S. 
Smith, John Ultioan, John McNalr, John Cook. John McMillan. John Mc- 
Millan, jr., John Gillies. Robert Ferguson, Cliaiies Murray, Patrick Doyle, 
Donald Mc.\lister, William Hamilton. !id. Patrick Doyle, jr.. JtJm Murchy, 
Alexander Laing, Archibald McKen/.ie. William Molt, David Sadler, Jos. 
Windsor, Thomas Kerr. David Ritchie, jr.. A. \V. V. DesBri,say. Peter Ham 
ilton, jr., .lames Ritchie. Malcolm Patterson, John Qiilnn, ,\iidrew Hai'vie, 
William Jamieson, David Duncan, jr., John Adams, jr., Paul Devereaux, 
Lawrence Lepoint, George White, .fas. S. Morse, Adam Duncan and Hugh 
Miller, Esquires. 

(!lerk of the Circuits.— Robert J. Bennet. Esipiire. 

High Sheriff.— WilUam H. Philli ■>. Esquire. 

Clerk of the Peace and Keeper of the Rolls.— J. S. Morse, Esquire. 

Auditor.- -VV. S. Smith, Esquire. 

Surrogate.— Jas. S. Mor.se Esquire. 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills.— James Barbaric, Ef;(iuire. 

Registrar of Probates.— John Barbeiie. Esquire. 

Supervisors of Roads.— Robert Sinclair and John Cook, Esquires. 

Lssuer of Marnage Licenses. — .1. C. Barberie. Esquiriv 

Commissioners for taking Bail in the Suj)remc Court.— Charles Murray 
(Cami)bellton), William Montgomery and William S. Smith, Esquires, 

County Treasurer.— William Montgomery, Esijurc. 

Commissioners of Parish Courts.— David Saillier. Dalhousi<', William 
Mott, Addington. John McMillan, Colborne. Andrew Harvie, Dui-ham. 

Revenue t)ttlc<.'rs.— Port of Dalhousie, William Sloutgomery, Colletitor of 
Customs. E. i. Stewart, Waiter, Searcher and Lockei-. Preventive (.)fllcer, 
William Jamieson. Cumpbellton, John Jardine, Deputy-Treasurer. A. R. 
Chamberlain, Waiter, Searcher, &c. 

Coroners.- Jas. S. Moi-se, Allen McKendrick, William Disbrow. M. D., Sam- 
iiel Shaw, M. D., Victor J. A. Vamor, M. D., and (Jeorge A- Halcolm. 

Fishery Wardens. -Eben Ferguson, William McMillan and Alexander 
McPherson. 

Teacher of Grammar School.— Alexander Ross. 

Auctioneers.— (Uiarles Murray, Daviil Sadler, Willi.un Mwnir'jmery, John 
Phillips, James Ritchie, Thomas F. Kenney, J. S. Morse and Robt. MolTatt. 

Restigouche Agricultural So(-iety.— William Montgomery, President. 
Charles Stewart, Vice-President. David Ritchie, Secretary -Treasurer, 

Mt'NlC'IPAI.ITY OF RESTlOOt'CUK. 

Dalhousie, H. A. Johnson and Robert .AlolTutl. Addington, Adam Duncan 
and Adam Ferguson. Colburn, Peter llaniiltoii and Doiiahl McMillan. Dur- 
ham, John McVane and Robert Curmadray. J. C. Barberie, Sec. Treasiii-er. , 

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COUNTY OF SUNUl'IlY. | 

.Judge of the County Court.— .las. Sleadmaii, Es.]. (ieo. J, Bli.ss, Clerk. I 
Justicesof the Peace.— Hon. Robert Duncan Wiliiiot. Thomas A. Beck- 
with, William Iloyt. Thomas N. Gill>eit. William Ruipee, Tliomas Hartt, | 
John Glasier, Thos. O. Miles, William Estabrooks, Charles Tracey, ( 'hai h!S j 



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Charh's Duffy, Charles D. O. Cuiry, John Henry DeWitt, Jeremiah Tracey. 
Jam(\s Miller. James K. P.immons, William McLean. John Stone, Wi ham 
E Perlev, Adam Noble. Frederiek W. Bailey, Geo. N. H. Harding, A\ lUiam 
Harrison, David H. Smith. Thos. P. Taylor, Amos Thompson. Geo Grass, 
Amasa Carr, W. A. Smitli. Orran SmiHi, Thomas Bridfjes, jun., Charles 
Knox, Thomas ?IcCalTery, David Morrow. William Cuine Parker Glasier, 
Joseph AVhittiker. Douglas Chase, (4eorg.3 F. Estal)rooks, George Lindsay, 
Richard Hughes Daniel T. Reese, John E. Smith. Avard Burpee. William 
AlL'orn. iJennis \teCluHky, Daniel MuXenzie, Kaiii.stord W. Foster, John 
Reese. Patrick ' .lei;ian, Duncan John T. Miles, Edwin Street, Chas. Baker, 
John Sowers, I' rederick D. Smith, William Harrison, John D. Wilmot. Geo. 
W Hoben.I-ojic Stephenson, .Tames Sheds and Constantine McNeil, Esqrs. 
Clerk of the Circuits.— Charles W. Beckwlth. Esq. 
High Sheriff. -James S. AVhitc. Esq. 
Clerk of th.. t'eace.— George J. Bliss. Eso.. 
Judge of Proi'vtes.— Thomas A. Bee kwith, Esq. 
Registrar of I't'ds and "v^'s'ls and Registrar of Probates.— .J Clarkson, - 
Esquire. 
Issuers of Marriage Licenses.— !\Ioses H 
Commissioners for taking Aflldavits.— 
Clowes, Esquires. 
Interim Assignee under Insolvent Act of 1875.- Geoi-ge B. Seely. 
Commissioners ()f Parish Courts.— Thomas A. Beckwith. Burton; Thos. 
O. Miles, MaugerviUe; Thomas P. Taylor. Sheffield; John D. Wilmot. Lin- 
coln; Thomas E. Smith, BUssville; Charles Tracey, Gladstone; John Miller, 
sen., Northlield. 
Warden.— Jolin T. Bailey. 

Receiver of Royalties for Sunbury and Queens.— John Mavnard. 
Coroners.— Gerhardus Clowes. Moses H. (Jobiirn, Frederick Seeley, Thos. 
Turney. Jolin R. Seely, Henry Rees, Albert Ferguson, John T. Bailey, H. 
B. Mitchell, Thomas O. Miles. Thomas Taylor, George Noble, David W. 
Hartt. Thomas H. Kelley and George A. Perley. 

Auctioneers.— George C. Nevers. Thomas A. Beckwith, John S. Covert, 
and William Burjiee. 

MUNICIPALITY OF SITNBURY. 



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Judge of the County Court.— Hon. Bliss Botsford. J. B. Peck, Esq., Clerk. | 
Justices of the Peace.— Amos E. Botsford. William Wilson, Daniel Han- , 
ington, John Trenholm, George Oulton. Geoi-ge Pitfleld, Samuel Black, 
Thomas Keillor, Rufus Cole. Joseph Carman, John Carey, Alexander ; 
Munro, Alexander Wright, Peter jMcSweeney, Amos Ogden, Angus Mc- j 
Queen, Jesse L. Bent, Wm. Allen, Reuben Chase, Enhraim Rayworth, | 
Amand Landry, Silas C. Charters, Abraham Jones, Samuel S. Wilmot, I 
Moses Jones, James Dickson, Joseph Bleakney, Thomas Brown, Israel 
Steeves. Thomas Carter, Warren W. Price, Rufus Chappell, John S. Bar- ' 
nabj-. John Reid, Frank Gallagher, Hypolite Galong, John S. Trites, John 
Harris. Oliver Jones, James Powell, Lewis Richard. Titus Hicks. .John i 
Fawcett, Jonas Taylor, Rufus Wry. Lovell Lewis, Patrick Herbert. William j 
George, Charles C. Hamilton, James Dnnlap, W'illiam C. Rolnnson, Daniel 
E. Casey. Jeremiah Lutus. Stephen Mills. Eustache Babine, John Ford, 
Abel Atkinson. Samuel G. Gilbert, William Duncan. Edwin G. Harsham, , 
Hugh Davidson, Hiram Humphreys. Adam Tait, Thomas Baird, Walter 
Cahill, Job Allen, James Tingley, Thaddeus Legere. Rufus A. Gooden, 
Ferdinand A. Landry. Charles Mulrine. Ferdinand J. Herbert, Thomas 
Gallang, Maximilian F. Richard. William Deacon. William Kinnear. Joseph 
L. Black, Charles G. Palmer, John Hickman. Robert Kay, William Cochran, 
Joseph C. Lamb, Alexander Budrot, Patrick JIcGowany, Christopher 
Richardson, Wm. J. Avaid. John Murray, James Carroll, George P. Le- 
Blanc, Jacob H. Herbert, Amasa E. Killam. William H. Hayward. .John 
Sullivan, sen., Richard Maddison, John Bourgeois, Jonathan W. Hicks, 






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Anderson, James E. Welling, John McKenzie, James McAlister, Irvin H. 
Binney, Dickie Steeves, Howard D. Charters, William A. Wheeton, Ahra- 
liam Alvard, David Horseman, John P. Jones, Hugh Davidson, George E. 
R. Dickson, Thomas A. Tiugley, Stephen Siddall, Thomas Pickard, Nathan 
Lowerison. Josiah W. Anderson, Josiah Wood, Charles Barnes, Stephen J. 
Clark, Miles Steeves, George Bishop, James I. Evans. ICdward J. Smith, 
Duncan S. Harper, Ovid Chapman, George Mills, Neil McDougall, William 
Carpenter, John Peacock, William C. Murray, John Riley, James Fillmore, 
Martin Lowerison, Alpheus Palmer. John Tingiey, jun., Alexander Smith, 
Harmon Humphrey, Alex. O'Brien, ('lark P. Smith, Farley, Kay, Amos 
Keith, James Bentley, Robert G. Thompson, Miluea Steeves, anil James 
Webster, Esquires. 
C'lerk of the Circuits. -Joseph B. Peck, Esq. 
High Sheriff.— Blair Botsford, Esq. 
Clerk of the Peace and Keeper of the Rolls. 
Jud^fe of Probates.— A. E. Oulton, Esq. 
Registrar of Probates.— Charles E. Knapp, Esq. 
Registrar of Deeds and Wills.— Wm. Blackhou.se, Esq. 
Coroners.— Jacob Wortman, W. J. M. Harrington, J. W. Chapman, Robt. 
Bell, Chipman W. Smith, John Blacklock, Colin VanBuskirk, Ralph Siddall, 
Thomas A. LeBlanc, Charles Somers. Clement Burk, Nelson O. Trites, Wm. 
W. Irvin, George Dixon, Edward C. Gooden, William Dobson, John Ii-vine, 
J. C. Price, and Elias W. Elliott. E.squires. 

Commissioners for taking Affidavits in the Supreme Court.— William 
Wilson, Esq., M. D., Dorchester; Edward Cogswell and Roljert Ilallett, 
Esqrs, Sackville; D. Haniugton and William B. Deacon, Shediac; S. 8. 
Wilniot and John Boj'd. Salisbury -John Carey. Bale Verte — Howard D. 
Charters, and all the Attorneys-at-Law in the (.'ounty. 

Commissioners for taking Special Bail in the Supiveme Coin-t.- -William 
Wilson, M. D., Dorchester; Howard D. Charters, Aloncton, S. S. V.'ilmot. 
Salisbury; Wm. B. Deacon, Shediac; and the Judge of the County Court 
in the County. 

Notaries Public— Sir A. J. Smith, D. Ij. Hanington, Charles E. Knapp, 
J. B. Peck and A. J. Hickman, Dorche^-ter; D. Hanington. \V. .I.Gilbert, 
andWm. B. Deacon, Shediac; BUss Botsford, Charles Holstead, Harvey 
Atkinson, and R. B. Smith. Moncton, and Chris. Milner, Sackville. 

Commissioners Parish Civil Courts.— S. G. Gilbeit, Dorchester. J. Wort- 
man, Moncton. Thomas Herritt. Petitcodiac. Samuel Sharp. Westmor- 
land. William T. George, Sackville. William B. Deacon, Shediac. Wm. 
Dimcan, Botsford. 

Commissionei's of Sewere for Frosty Hollow Marsh, Sackville.— James 
Lowerson. 

(Commissioners of Sev,'ers for Fox Creek Slarsh, Moncton.— David Burke 
and Florian White. 

Commissioners of Sewers, Great Canal. Parishes of Westmorland and i | § 
Sackville.— Silas D. Copp and Timothy Richardson. 

Commissioners of Sewers Barochois Marsh, Shediac 
and Mark Budrot. 

Cominmioners of Sewers Mill Creek Mamh, 
Bnlmer. 

Commixsionerx of Seiners Etlcr Ahoideau Mamh, Sackville and 
Westmorland. — Bradley Ettcr, Isanc Loweri.*on, and Nelson Bulnicr. 

Anctiotleers. — '^"^^xs. Lawrence, Silas Crane Cliartovs, and J. Weldon 
Chapman (Dorchester), W, J. M. Hanington, and William B. Deacon 
(8hediac), Robt. Hallett and Jes.se L. Bent(Sackville), Jacob Wortman 
(Moncton), Robert Molfatt (Salisbury). 

hsiicr of Marriage Licenses.— S. W. Tingloy(nor. he.^ter), and R. A. 
Borden (Moripton). 
Grammar School Teachei-.- David B. White, Shediac. 
Interim Assi^mee under Insolvent Act. — C. W. Steeves. 

MUNICIPALITY OV WESTMORLAND. 

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Clia}»iiiiin iiiul P. A. Jiiiudry. Monctttn. Stephen MiIIh and Chip- 
m-in Tiites. Sackville. iF. .1. Anderson and Amo.s Ogdcn. Salis- 
bnry. Hinun Hinnphrey and A. \i. VVii;,'ht. Shediac. ('. H. (Jal- 
lant andK. J. Hniith. Wuntn»oiland - ( '. A. Black and W. W. Irvine 

I'OI'NTY OP" VICn'OIUA. 

J(Klf?o of the Comity t'ourt.- Janu'M (J. Stevenw, Ksq. Kanniel J. Baker, 
Esq.. Ch'i-k. ("h'lk u'f the C'h-cuits, Samuel J. Uaker, Kmi. 

Justices of tlie IVaee.— Uenjaniin UevefhlKe, Cliarles A. Hammond. John 
Co.stiKan, Jamew Tibbets. Henry Baird. Haniabas Armstrong, Frani^iH Tib 
bets, Walter Britt. Abraham ('. Hammond, Joshua I), (ilberson, Ezekiel 
Hutchinson, .Fames Bishop, William Everett. Adam .1. Beveridge, William 
Morehouse. Duncan Heed, Sanun-l Bishop, Daniel Hopkins, James Bishoj), 
Frederick W. Brown. Ward V. Burpee, Alex. Watson, John .lenkins. Lewis 
Pickett, Sannu'l Young. William H. Beveridge, .loseph Barnes, Allan Reed, 
Ueorg(^ F. HamuKHid, William Wat.son, Oliver Curliss, (Jeorge Murehison, 
T, ("urry, l.saac (Jaunce. (J. T. Baird, 1'. (J. Fra.ser, J. V. Manzer. John A. 
Brown, "S. S. Vaiidint\ M, B. C'ox, (J. W. Day, Kegist Daigle, Usburn Kains- 
t'ord, .1. n. Brewer. (J. Thibodeau, J. A. Monzer, S. t'augliej', H. Armstrong. 
A. D. olmsteafl. K. W. L. Til)betii. Thomas Underwood. H. P. Patterson, 
Wm. Brayall, Jr., Kichard E. Everitt, liConanl Ktdly, Benjamin Kilburn, 
David Burns, Thomas Watt, J. iMaglson, .John Miteh(^ll, .John McDougald, 
I, A. (Jrant. II. (J. Fullertou. .T. ('. Law.son, J. A. A rm.strong, Peter Watson, 
John HetheriuL'ton. Jami's Downey. H. K. Jli.scock. Thomas Cameron, 
.larvls Dibhlee. Caleb Bartlett. .IohnBed(>ll. A. J. Perley, B. Beveridge, jr., 
Moses Craig, and William V. Flanders, EHciuires. 

SlicritY.- Albert D. olmstcad, Esiiuire. 

Keeper of the Rolls and Clerk of the Peace.- Sanaiel J. Baker, Esquire. 

Judge of Probates.— Saumel .1. Baker. E.s(iuire. 

Registrar of Probates. A. D. Olmstcail. Es(iuire. 

Registrar of Deeds and Wills.— John C. McCluskey. Estpiire. 

Commissioners for taking Special Bail.— B. Beveridge, Adam Beveridge 
and John Costigan, Esuuires. 

Issuei's of INIarriage Licenses.- B. Beveridge, Jr., Wm. Everitt and R. W. 
L. Tibbetts. E.squii-es. 

AlMdishmentand Imprisonment of Debtors" Act.- F. W. Brown, Esquire, 
Commi.ssioner. 

Commissioners for taking Atllldavil.s in the Supreme Court. —Samuel 
J. Baker, John Costigan, B. Beveridge, F. Tibbetts and B. Beveridge, jr., 
Esquires. 

Conimissionpis Parish Courts.— F. W. Brown, p:sq., (Jrand Falls. Josepli 
Barnes, E.sij., Andovcr. H. P. I'atterson. Escj., Driimmoiul. Moses Craig, 
E.sq.. Perth. J. H. lircwer. (iordon. William P. Flanders. Lome. 

Board of Valuators.— .lohn Ryan. Esq., tJordon. J. E. Porter, Esq., Ando- 
vci'. Charles McCluskey. Esq.," Chairman. 

Interim As.signee under Insolvent A(^t of lHr.1. P. Oliver Byram, Esq. 

Coroners.- Francis Tibbetts. W. (iraluim and E. Hutchinson. 

Notary Public— S. ,1. Baker. Es(i. 

Seizing Offlcer.— Charles E. Beckwith. 

Collector Customs.— F. W. Brown, Esq. Sub-Collector, Oeoi-ge A. Bedell. 
Preventive omccr. (leorge Baii-d. 

Auctioneers. -F. W. Brown. John McCluskey and Lewis Pickett. 

Trustees of the (irammar School.- Benjamin Btsveridge, (Jeo. T. Baird. 
George Gerry and Rev. L. A. Hoyt. 

Keeper of the Grammar School.— B. C. Foster. 

in'NIC:iPAUTV OP VICTOniA. 

Andovcr. James E. Porter and S. A. Cameron. Grand Falls. Chas Mc- 
Cluskey and W. Graham. Drummond, (}. W. Day and Charles Curless 
Perth. B. Armstrong and E. Lovely, Gordon A. J. Beveridge and Alex. 
Walker, 

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Jmt'u'PH o/7/<f /f«w.— William 11. Odcll, Thos. R. Robertson, Ishuc Kil- 
i)iiri), Iru liigraliam, SpnlTorr; J. Harkor, lieverley .\. llobiuHoti, IkMijatiiin 
(loodspci'd. Juntos Fuirlie, iHrael Smith, Knoch Dow, Kdward I'ldgeon, 
J. Mchonuld, #ttdrew I'alder, Sii-nuel Fox, Jas. S. Hoi^k, Thosi. I'.**im- 
tnons, flumes McLuKi?aii, Thos. (J, Atlierton, Calviii L. (JoodHpced, Uob»rt 
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Cronkliitc, Thomas Temple, 'Ihoniiia Herbert, Lewis 11. Ilne.stis, Jere 
m niiah Christy, John S. Barker, ^umuel A. Akcrley, Wm. C. Hrown, (Jeo. 
J W, Knox, Alexander Moody, George Neveis. Wm. Oibson, John S. I'ut- 
s terson, Henry lloiferH, Tho.s. Uuvis, Wm. Whitehead, Constuntine Con- 
a nelly, Archibald McLeun, Win. McLean Wm. Jumieson, Oeo. Leste:), 
I John A. Ueckwith, Patk. Selvu>»e, Wm. Union, Sanil. Dayton, I. AthiT- 
g ton, W. C. Joslin, John K. Grant, Tho.x. F Saundois, I5enj.Il . Claylor, 
" liernaid Klliott, Joshua Ilillman, (ieor^u 11. Maxin, Junics Sutherland, 
Geo. K. I'erley, William Wilson, John Anderson, George Uisteen, 
(Uorijo Kstey, I'Seilcrick A. I'erley, William 11 Murray, Joaeph Ki-ed, 
Solomon Vail, Wi'lium (Jalder, Nicliolaa T. Wheeler, \\m. Rouch, John 
Eggar, Robert Robinson, Thomas Miles, James K. Smith, William 
r.urlo, ZebulwH Currie, Andrew Uoss, Richard Hellainy, A.><a Dow, lliram 
Dow, Alex. Thompson, Alexander Gibson, Lewis Fishor, Jesse I'aient, 
David Puyh, Joase Christy, Wm. (^larkson, Asa D. Urooks, Kdward ii 
llarllev, VVilliam Dunham, James 1). McKay. John L. Fletcher, John 
Oritti'h, James Johnston, Willir.m S Fsty, George Halt, Charles L. 
llnrtt, Stephen Boone, Wm. Grieve, (leorge liii^raham, Allington E. 
Cliff", Samuel Colter, James Henry, William M.iyd, Asa Milchell, James 
Parent, Michael Doherty, Leverit Kslubrooks, Charles McCormack, Leo- 
nard Verxa, (Jeo. Foster, David Douglas, Ze^inlon Estev, Henry Moone, 
Chas. McGibbon, lliram 11. Veysey, William Foster, Alfred Whitehead, 
Adanj Jackson, John Rutherlord, Geo ('onlter, H.irlon Gandy, David 
R. Thomas, Jeremi ih .Mealier, John W. Barker, Hei'<y McFarlune, Jus. 
1*. Maclaui'hlan, Alexander Bennelt, George ('lements, Benjamin 
Verxu, William C. Joslin, John L. Grant, Hugh McKav, S. F. (iiosve- 
nor, John Taylor, Joel Millar, Alexamler McLean, Peter D. Keyes, 
Samuel Vcrxa, William 11. Bitten, Richard Loiii.', Benjamin Atlierton, 
Cilvin Estabrooka, Tho-. F. Barker, Johii Davidstm, James M Brown, 
John B. Grant, James Verxa, Norman Hallelt. William McKay, C. H. 
S. Cronkite, C. L. Tilley, Jeremiah Howlaud, AWred Bartlett, A. S. Hoyt, 
William J. Wiggins, David Liudsav, Samuil Watts, Tliomas McVey, 
James K Pinder, Uobert Sloot. James W. Kbbelt, A. S. llartt, Benja- 
min II. 1 urt, John Uicliards, Thomas Dowliiig,.)olin .McBeun, sen., David 
Richards, William Tomlinson, Samuel Iv. Nason, KdwaidSpeer, Alexan- 
der Booster, (Jeorge Hagerman. Thos. Gilimor, Frank Watson, Wm. E. 
Johnstone, Odber Dunphy, Alex. Muiiio, Tliomas Morris, John Lyons, 
Thos. Coburn, Luther Goodsjieed, Whitman Estey, Wm. Fisher, Ch; s. 
S. Ingruhum, John Oliver, Bonjaniin N. (ioodsiieed, Georue S. Terrill, 
James W. Jewett, George Byraixa, Michael Verxa, sen., (ieorge H. 
Vanwait, William T. Howe, E. D. Fstabrooks, Luke Lawson. John 
[shields, William Inch, J. Ii. (Jarden, John Swan, A. Charters, William 
Hay, and S. Wi kinsoii, Esquires. 

nigh SJieri(/'. — Thomas Temple, Esquire. Dcpnti/ .SV/rr///". — William 
W. Long. 

Keeper of the Rolls mid Chrk of the Pence -W\ V^anWiut, Esq. 
Surrogate.— iU'oy<^ii ¥. II. Miiuliiii, Es(;u;rt'. 
Registrar of Prohaten. — Fniiitis A. II. Strutton, Esfjuiie. 
Registrar of J)ee(ly and Wifh. — Aliraliam D. Yerxa, Estpilic 
Coromrs. — Juduli Hiunniond, John Marshall, Thomas Brown, S. D. 
Maopherson, Theodore 0. Brown, David Little, lliiani Dow, Geo. Nevers, 

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iiei.iRf N. lIowIiiiKi, Cliiirli'H F. llobcii, mid WiUhmi McKcmiu, Kh 
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Judge of Prohatis. — C. V. II. Miuchiii. ji 

Juiiu'.H llcmv, K^(|Mil(^ Oolloctor of Hoynltitv-i. _ ii 

0'»nnriK.si(>iier fur tnking Bail in the Snjireme Court. — Daniel fiiil 
laplicr, Es(|irne. 

CmnmixHiunerH for takhiff AfJidavUs hi the Suprnnc fo«/-<.— 1| 
TIit'.S'jV(riil Attoriii'V:^ pr.ittisiii<.' in tlio C'oiuity. 

C(iin)ninsl(iiiir umlcr (jafnishve xict^ !i8 He/., cap. 4 and 5.— John 
L. Maivsl), EM(|uirc. 

C'oinininsiuuer of th'' Ahns and Work JJuuse.— DiWuol IJrown. 

COIIPOU.VTION OK KliKUKUiCiON. , 

Ok(»U(jk v. (JawidUY, Ksuniio, Mayor. 
CluiiloM VV. 15»'t!k\vith, E,-(|uin', (!ity Clerk. 



Alukumen, 



]'. MePeiik, lOsq., City Andilor. 
Jolm Edwards, Efiiuire, City Trejwiurer. 
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lleorge A. Cliff, Ehcj. 

1 H. S. Estey, Eh(1. 

j (4eorgc il. Simmons, ICsq. 

"I W. (t. Dykeman, Es(i. 

j iTiunes S. Ucck, Esq. 

( ThomiiH W. Smith, Esq. 

j John M(jore, Esq. 

( William Grii;Yes, Etui. 

( Arthnr E. Bully, Es<i. 

\ IVliirshall Itichey, Es(j. 



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St. Ann's Ward. 
Carlcton Ward. 
Queen tf Ward. 
Kiin/'s Wwrd. 



J. E. Smith, Es(i., City Marshal ; Andrew Lipsett, Esq., (.'hief En- 

fineer ; George Hatt, jr., Assistant Engineer ; 1). ( -tusejy^. Road Ma.ster ; 
Irs. Jolm Fleming, Alms House Keeper ; Kichard Hudson, (!ltrk of 
] PhcEuix Sqtiaro Mirket ; David Currie, W'hartlnger and Harb«)r Mas- 
j ter. 

I Elijah Clark, Esquire, Comnn.ssioner of the Alms nouf:e. 
I City Hall Committke.— Aldermen Simmons, Beck and ("liff. 
j Israel Smith, Server of City Tax Notice:*, and L ollector of Miscella- 
; neous Licenses. I 

I Israel E. Smith, Keeper City Hall. | 

I AssESsoiw. — Tlios. L. Simmons (Chairman), John Uodge, and James 
! Farrell. 

ij 11KVIS0R.S. — Aldermen Simmons. Smith, Eichey, Cliff and Grieves. 
jj TacsTEEs OF Schools (under the Common Schools Act 1871).— Ap- 
i 1 pointed by Government : A. F. Randolph (C!hairman) and J. L. IncheH, 
ji Esquires. App'iinted by ('ity Cimncil : George F. Atherton, (\ H. B. 
I : Fisher, A. A. Sterling and Patrick Dever, Es((uire8. 
j; Police Dki'aktment. — John L. Marsh, Esijiiire, Police Mnjiistrate; 
; Thouias Dow ling, and John Ui<.hard:^, P^qniros, Silting Mapistrates; 
M PoUce)neit — John Woodward, ."^f rgcant; Oliver Bruden and Patk. F.nrt II. 
' FiiiE Department. — Alrxundria ^Icarn Fire h'ni/ine Compann, No. 1, 
i Alex. Thompson Captain ; James White, Enj^ineer. Fiederictoii Steam 
,' Fire Engine dmipanv, Nn. 2, F. McPeak, Captain. Ko. 4. Hand En- 
gine, Henry rolioeK, Captain. 



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77 



Ancdon'erf, — Jro. L. nevt-rli'V, Joscpli Mvsliiall. fnio. A Pfilv, 
VV. H. Kik'l, i;o.». B. I'eters <J. 11. Vauwuit, H. H. Ihirf, J. I.ittlclit'hl, 
Alexuin4cr liny, Sainiicl Ula r, (leo go L. Hoyt, Wilii.iin (J. ll.itch, 
EdwMnl Lowe, K KstrtbroolvH, and Tlioina.s McVev. 

SuRVKvons OK LcMiiKii. — Wiliiiot Cjiiiou, Alfred Turner, ond Peter 
llniiiing. 

SuiiVKYoits OK Wood ano Coai,.— Tliomas Pui.sley, T. H. Smith, Peter 
naining Win. tSliarpe, J. Fred. Kiohard.s, and I), Currier. J 

SuiivEYou ok IrK. — D. Cutrier. ■ 

FiRK Insi'kctou. — James Farrell, 

Kknce Vikweus. — H. bohurty, Clia?. F awson, D. Kenny, W. McKay 
and T. Paisley. 

City Sukvkyor. — T. Wiiitoliend, C. E., FiSijuire. ' 

Frvdn'ictnn Skatinp CJhI>.—'V\wh. Temple, President; Hon. John A. 
Heckvvitli, John Pi kard, Ewi., M. P., and A. F. Kandolph, Emiuire, 
DirectorH. John L. March, Ew\., Solicitor. John Richards, Ehcj., 
Secretary-TreaHurer. 

FreihriHon Society of Ha tut Andrew.— \W. Brydon Jack, D. C. L., ; 
President; John Mclnni.H, Ist Vice-PreHident ; JameH U. Pfowie, 'Al 
Vice-President ; Hon. Jno. Jas. Fraser, Treasurer ; H. Matheson, 
Secretary; liev. John M. Brooke, D. JL)., Chaplain; iiobert Thor- 
burn, Marshal. 

MUNICIPALITY OK YOUK. 

Kinysclear, John C. Murray and John Feeny. Prince WilHani, Jos. 
Henry and George L. Hoyt. J)umfrieH, Michael Doherty, and H. A. 
Davidson. Canterbury, Luke Lawson and D. W. (irant. New Mary- 
land, A. A. Njwon and William Phillips. Manners Sutton, Davul 
(ilendenning and William Murphy, bt. Mary's, William McBean 
and Benjamin Close. Stanley, William Currie and John Calhoun. 
Douglas, William Wilson and William E. Johnston. Bright, Tliomas 
Coburn and James W. Jewett. (^ueensbury, John H. March and 
John Oliver. Southampton, James K. Pinder and James T. Masters. 

Luke Lawson, Warden. Henry B. Rainsford jr., Secretary-Trea- 
surer. J. A. Vanwart, Auditor. 

DOMINION OF CANADA. 

HlH ExcELLKNCY Sir John George Eilward Henry Douglas Sutherland 
Campbell, (commonly calleil the Manpiis of Lome), Knight of 
the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle ; 
Knight Grand ('ross of the Most Distinguished Order 
of St. Michael and St. George ; Governor General 
of Canada, and Vice- Admiral of the same. 
Staff.— Major DeWinton, Secretary. C'ol. Littleton, Military Sec- 
retary. Hon. Mr. Morton, C'omptroller. Hon. IMr. Harboard, Scots 
Fusilcer Guards, and Capt. Chates, 91st Regt., Aides-de-Cami). 



QUKKN'8 privy COUNCIT, Fon CANAI1A. 

Right Hon. Sir John A. McDonald, K. C;.B.(Preinier), Minister of 

the Interior. Hon ' " ' 

Hem. S. L. '1 

Bovvell, Minister 

and Defence. Hon. J. C. Pope, Minister of Marine and F'isheries 

Hon. H. L. Langevin, Postmaster (ieneral. Hon, James McDonald, 

Minister of Justice. Hon. J. H. Pope, Minister of 



}sn- John A. McUonakI, K. V. «. irremier), iviinisier oi 
Hon. t!liarles Tupjier, C. B., Minister of Public Works, 
rilley, (.'. B., Minister of Finance. Hon. Mackenzie 
ter of Customs. Hon. L. F. Masson, Minister of Militia 






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PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Hifi Honor the Hon. EDWAKD BAIIRON (^HANDLER, Q. C, 

Lieutonant-Cjiovernor of the Province of New Brunswick. 

Joshua Chandler, Private Scrrctari/ to the Lieutenant Governor. 
Lieutenaat-Colonel Jolin SiMiuders, Aidc-dc-cantp. 

KXI'X'UTIVK COIINCIL. 

Hon. Robert Younc;, FrcHirfcnt. 

Hon. John Janiew Eraser, Attorney-CJeneral ; Hon. William Wed- 
(lerliurn, Provincial Bccret;iry ; Hon. Pierre Tiandry, ('omminsioner of 
Public Works-' ; Hon. Michael Adams, Surveyor General ; Hon. Penj. 
R. Stevenson, Hon. J. Herbert Crawford, lion. W. E. Perley, Hon, 
Daniel L. Hanington. 

I.EGISLATIVK COUNCIL. 

The Honorable , President. 

Hon. William Hamilton, Hon. A. McL. Seely; Hon. Daniel Han- 
in<,'ton, Hon. I^obert Young, H.»n. John Lewis, Hon. Thomas R. 
Jones, Hon. B. Beveridgo, Hon. C. Mclnerney, Hoti. (lideon Bailey, 



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Hon, liouis E. Baby, Minister of Inland Revenue. Hon. J. C. 
Aitkens, Secretary of" State for Canada. Hon. John O'CJonnor, Presi- 
dent of the Privy 'Council. Hon. Alex. Campbell, Receiver (General. 
Hon. E. D. VVilmot, Speaker of the Senate, without portfolio. 

Membkhs ov the Senate for the Province oe New Brunswick.- 
Hon. Anu.s E. Botsford, Westmorland. H(m. J. D. licwin, St. John. 

William H. Odell. Eredericton. ])avid Wark, Richibucto. John i 

Eerguson, Bathurst. A. R. McClellan, Hoj)ewell. R. D. Wilmot, '^ 

Smibury. .iohn (llasier, Sunbury. James De\er, St. John. Wni. J 

MuirheaJ, Chatham. s 

Members oe the Hocse of Co^uroN.s for the Province of New ? 

BRrxswiCK.— Albert — James Rogers. Ciirleton— Cieorge H. Connell. s 

Charlotte--A. H. Gillmour. (Jloucester— T, W, Anglin. Kent- | " 

Antoine (iirouard. Kings— Jiunes Domville. Northumberland—! s 

Jabez B. Snowball. (^>ueens- (i. G. King. Restigouche— (leorge r 

Haddow. St. John County -Isaac Burpee .and (i'harles VV. Wekhm. « 

St. John City— Sanuiel L. Tilley, C. B. Sunbury— Charles Burpee. ? 

Victoria— John Costigan. Westmorland -Sir A. J. Smith. York— i, s 

John Pickard. "" 

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His Honor Hon. LAC LETELLIER DE ST. .TUST, Lieutenant Governor of the | 

I'rovince of Quebec. ' -> 

His Honor Hon. D. A. JSrACDONALD, Lieutenant Governor of tlio Trovince ■ ^ 

of Ontario. ' 3 

His Honor Hon. J. "\V. TRUTCH, Lieutenant Governor of Hritisli Columbia. - 

His Honor Hon. JOSEPH CAUC'ITON, Lie\itonant Govern'jr of the Nortli IJ 

West Territories and Mar.itol)a. ; ; 

His Honor Hon. A. G. AUGIIIBALP, Lieutenant Governor of tlio rrovincc ot 7 

Not-a Seolia. : r 

His Honor Sir IIOPEUT HODGSON, Lieutenant Governor of the Province' 3 

of Prince Edward Ishmd. a 

His Honor Hon. DAVID LAIItD, Lieutenant Governor of Kcewatin, North 

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l)ard, Hon. Archibald H.anison, Hon. William IV). Kelly, Hon. James j 
Kyaii, Hon. John KlewcUing, Hon. Uobert Robertson. 

0.//?('(T."». -George BoKsford, E.4(juiie, Clerk ; J. H. Fhair, Esquire,! 
Assistant Clerk ; Jl. H. Tibbits, Esfpiire, Engro.s.'^iiig ( 'lerk ; Henry! 
G. C Wetmore, Esquire, liegLslative liibrarian ; ii. It. Jouett, E8f|uire, ! 
Usher of the Black Hod; Eev. John M. Brooks, D. J)., Cliaplaiu. 

HOUSIC OF AS8E>rBLY. 

Honoralile , Spcafar. 

Countji of F())7,'. — Hon. John J. J'"'i!iser, George J. Cotter, Andrew, 
(}. Blair, and Fred. P. Thompson, Es(juiies. 

(Jouiilf/ (if Saint Jo/t». -Hon. David McClelan, William Elder, R. J. i 
Ritchie, and Edward Willis, ]'].'■l!l!i^e^. ; 

t'ountij of Wi'xt})}iirhn}d.--ihy,\. Tierro A. Landry, Daniel L. Han- i 
. ington, Amasa E. Killam, and ,lose])h I<. Black, Es(|uires. 

Coioity of Chorlottc. — ifon. Benjamin R. Steven.son, George F. Hill, 
\ Thomas ( 'ottreU and James E. Ijynott, Estiuires. ' 

Count 1/ <j/A'(/(,'/.'{. — Hon. J. Herbert Crawford, Finemcre E. Morton, i 
' and Edwin A. Vail, Esfpiires. _ _ ; 

ijoituti/ of QnccDS.- 'W'tiher T. Butler and Francis Woods, Es(|uires. 
I Countii iif Simfiin'i/. -Hon. W. E. Perley and John S. Covert, Es<is. 

Coutiti/ of Northunilxrhind. — Hon. Michael Adams, lilrncst Jtutchin- 
Hon, Thomas F. Gillespie, and Allan A. Davidson, ]!^s(|uires. 
j Count)/ of Kent. ITrl)ania .Johnson and Charles .1. Siiyre, Esiiuires. 
I Cou.}itii of Carfcton. -iiein-'^i; W. White and .John S. Eeighton, Escjs. 

Connti/ (>f Otoncestcr. — Patrick (». Ryan and Francis J. McManus, 
I Es(iuires. 

] Count;/ of Bcsti'jnnchc. — J. Cunard Tlarberie and Thoma.s F. Kenny, 
Esquires. 
! Cotmtii of Albert. — Gains S. Ttirner and William J. Lewis, ]<].sqa. 

Count// of Vivtorifi. Wm. B. lieveridge, I'lsqniie. 
' Count)/ of Madawaskd.-Levite 'I'heriault, IOs(|. 

' Citij of Hahit John. — Hon. Wm. Wedderburn and Robert IS rarshall, 
Esquires. 
! OFKICEUS OF HOUSE OF A.SSEJIBI.Y. 

' George J. Bliss, Esq., Clerk: John Richards, Es((., Clerk As.sistant ; 
Harvey Beckwith, 10s(|., Sergeant-at-Arms; Rev. Jose])h McLeod, 
Chaplain ; C. W, Beckwith and John Black, Engro.ssing Clerks. 

I (n''Fi;'KHs of t[ik (.'Kown. 

I Hon. Wm. Wedderl)m-n, Receiver (Jeneral; Hon. John Jiuncs 
! Eraser, Attorney General; William .Fack, Es(|., Advocate General; 
William H. Tiuik, Esci., D. C. L., (Ucrk of the Crown ; Jas. S. I'cck, 
'E.sq., Anditor-(!eneral ; J. W.Smith, Es(|., Dei)nty Provincial Sec- 
retary and De])uty lieceiver Cleneral ; Andrew Inches, Es(j , Deputy '^ 
Surveyor General. 

Qtieen's Conmei.—Uou. E. B. Chandler, Hon. John II. Gray, lion. 0. 
E. King, Hon. A. J. Smith, lion. Charles N. Skinner, David S. iCerr, 
Geoif^c D. Street, James J. Kayo, Lewis P. Fisher, A. L. Palmer, K. R. 
: Thomson, G. S. (trimmer, William Wilkinson, B. Lester I'eters, ./o!m 
I James Eraser, William Jack, Wm. 11. Tuck, Charles W. Weldon, Wil- 
liam Wedderburn, and F. E. Barker, p]s(|uirey. 

I BOAHI) OF WOUKS. 

I Hon. P. A.Landry, Chief Commissioner, 'I'. B. Winslow, E.sq.. Sec'y. 



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COURTS. 

SCPIIEMK COUKT OV JUDICATURE. 

Chief Justice —lion. John C Allen, ISth October, 1875. 

JmUccs.— lion John W. Weldon, SOtli November, 1865; Hon. 
Charles Fisher, October 18(i8; Hon. .A. R.iinsford Wetniore, '26tli M:iy, 
187<>; Hon. Charh-s Duff, 14th OctoDer, 1S75. 

William H. Tack, Esquire, Clerl; of the Crown ; William Carman, 
Esquire, Clerk of the Pleas. 

CI-ERK OP THE CIRCUITS. 

George • latcli, Esq., City and County of Saint John : John B. 
Peck, Esq., "Westmorland ; S. G. Morse, lOsq., Albert; Rolwrt Caie, 
Esq., Kent; Robert J. Bennet, Esq., Restigonche ; Samuel Thomson, 
Esq., Northumberland; George S. Grimmer, Esq., Charlotte; J. H. 
Cother, E.sq., Kings; T. R. Wetmore, Esq., Queens; Randolph K. 
Jones, Esq., Carleton ; Theophilus DesBrisay, Esq., Gloucester ; Chas. 
\V. Bcokwith, Esq., Sunbury; Samuel J. Baker, Euq., Victoria ; 
Barry R. Plant, Esq., Madawaska. 



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COUKTS FOR THE TUOBATK OF WILLS, AND GnANTINO ADMINISTRATIONS. 1; )t>. 

The Probate Court for the City and County of St. John, is held ; r 
every Friday at three o'clock at the Registry Office ; and the like 
Court in the other Counties of the Province, is held at the times specially 
appointed by the respective Judges. 



COURT OF DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES. 

Honorable Charles Fisher, Judge; F. A. U. Straton, Esq., Registrar. 

COURT OF VICE ADMIRALTY. 

lion. Chas. Walters, Jr.dgeaud Commissary ; B. Lester Peters, Esquire, 
Deputy Judge and Commissary; William Jack, Esquire, Advocate Gen 
eral ; George Blatch, Esquire, Registrar and Scribe ; G. Sidney Smith, 
B. L. Peters, Q. C, and Alfred E. Oulton, Esquires, Surrogates, Thos. 
G. Humbert, Marshal. 



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To Ascertain the Weight of Cattle. 

Meas\u-e the girt close behind the shoulder, and the length from th'^ 
fore part of the shoulder blade along the back to the Itone at the tail, 
which is in a vertical line with ths buttocks both in feet. Multiply 
the square of the girt, exjjressed in feet, by five times the length, and 
divide the product by 21; thefjuotent is the weight, nearly, of the four 
quarters in imperial stones of 14 lbs avoirdupois. For example, if the 
girt be 6 feet and the length 5{ feet feet, Ave shall l;n.ve Oxd^^SCi. and 
5ix.5=2()i; then ;W x 2().]' ^945, and then, divided by 21 give 45 stone 
exactly. It is lo be oljserved, however, tluit in very jfat cattle the four 
([Uiirters will l:)e about one-twentieth more, while those in a very lean 
state will be one-twentieth less than the weight obtained by the rule 
Or, multiply the square of the girt by five times the length as above 
and two-thirds of the product will ecjual the weight in lbs. 






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COUKTS. 



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TIMES OF HOLDING SEVERAL COURTS HEREINAFTER MENTIONED 
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j S.— Nisi Pnus Sittings, Cir.— Circuit Court. Co.- County i !ourt. 
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EOLL OF BAKRISTESS AND ATTORNEYS. 



[Ohskiivk. — Tliiiso wlir.se names are printed in 
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Italics aro eittier not resiili.i^ 



NAMES. 



James Shannon Morse, .... 
Hon. E. H. Chandler, Q. C. 

Charles V. Wetmore, 

ir/7,;«i/// Wilcij, .... 

William Carman, .... 

Timothy II. Wetmore, H.C.L. 
SMrauer Hallett Wlutlock .... 
Richard Carman, .... 

Charles A. Harding, . . . . 

William Jaclc, Q. C 

Georjfc V. II. Minchin 

freorsi-e Dixon Street, Q. C, . . 
Samuel Gay Morse, . . . . 

Robert Barry l>kli'i. 

lion. ir. JlnuUr OJril, A. B. 

Stephen II. ilitchings, 

Christopher Milner, 

David Shank Kerr, Q. C, . . 
David Lewis Dibblefl, A. H., 
Hon. J. II a rail, A A'., (J. C, 
James W/dte J'tter.-^, A. B. . . 
George Botsfford, 
W'dliam Botsford ChandLt: 
John D. Kin near. 
Charlts Walter Wai'dlaw, 
Martin Bent Palmer, 
Francis A, H. Straton, 
James Stanley Morse, 
Theophilus Desbrisay, 
Samuel J. Scovil, A. B., ., 
William R. M. Burtis, 
William Tijfuj Pders, 
Andrew C. Jilack, 
James A. Harding, 
Allan A. Davidson, Q. C,, 
James Peters Wetmore, . 
Thomas T. Wyer, 
James J. Kaye, Q. C, 
Edward II. Wilmot, A. M., 
Georfie Connell, 
Lewis P. Fisher, Q. C, .. 
William M. IJowe,. 
Charles Doherty, 
Humphrey T. Gilbert 
Thomas V. ('/Hipin(Ut, 
William Jatnes Gilbert, . 
Acalus h. Palmer, Q. C, 



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11 Feb., 3« 

11 Feb., l'-^37 
17 June, 37 

14 Oct., 
10 Feb., 

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12 Oct., 

13 June, 
17 Oct., 

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17 Oct. 

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17 Oct., 
4 Feb., 

14 Oct., 
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18 June, 
13 Oct., 
13 Oct., 
y Feb., 

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8 Feb., 



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10 Feb., 1814 



I'esidonco. 



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14 July, 25 
17 July, 2(i| 

5 Feb.. 28! 

1" July, 3(tj 

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11 Feb., 34' 
Feb., 35' 

l<i Oct., 34' 

15 Oct.. 35. 
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Fredericton. 
Riv. de Chute. 
Fredericton. 
Gagetown. 
St. Andrews. 
Chatham. 
Gagetown. 
Saint John. 
Fredericton. 
St. Andrews. 
Hopewell. 
Nova Scotia. 
Fredericton. 
Saint Stephen. 
Dorchester. 
Sivint John. 
Woodstock. 
Manitoba. 
Saint John. 
Fredericton. 
Aricbat, C. IJ. 
Nova Scotia. 
New York. 
Hopewell. 
Fredericton. 
Restigouche. 
Bathiirst. 
Ne\v Vork. 
Saint John. 
Kings Co. 
Saint John 
Saint John. 
Newcastle. 
Fredericton. 

"Jaint John. 
Fredericton. 
Woodstock. 
Woodstock. 
P. E. Island. 
Saint John. 

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Albert.!. Smith, Q. C. ... 

Jatncx Odell, A. li., 

ThonuLS \V. Jiliss, 

.laiues A. Juine.s, 

Do'jctlas Ji. iSin'ffift, 

SaiiiHcl Ji. Ihtr/dnon, 

.loha Henry Pliair, 

(horge JIarc, 

Siiir.uol U. Thotiison, Q. C. 

AUn'ft T. J). McKbnni, .. 
Geor<j;c KUitch, 

James K. Ciirry, 

Alexander T/ionixon Paid, 

William Henry Hatkeway... 
Ward OhipmaiL Drary, A. li., 

Samuel Thomson, 

George J. Bliss, 

Frederick Coder, .... 
William JI. Jiackerftdd 

G. Skoffington Grimmer, Q.C. 

Henry W. Frith, 

JIo . l\ter Mitchell 

Williant Wilkinson, Q. C 

Geo. G. Gilbert, A. H 

Edward Jack, 

U. lie.ster Peters, Q. C 

T),tn id FernKKon , . . . • 

Kilwurd li. (,!handler, Jun., 
John G. Winslovv, .. . . 

William W. Street, A. li., 

Robert llutchin.son. 

John James Frase», Q C, 
J4cfijainiii G. Gray, A. Ji., 

l^ewis J. Almon, 

1). Gustavus Maclauchlan, 
Chiules VV. Weklon, Q. 0., 

Alexander Ballentine, 

Jlurd J'etern, A J/., 
Will ill hi J'. Pule, A. B., ... 
James J. Iverr, 
.Jolm L. Marsh, Jun., A, B. 
William Henry Tuck. Q. G., 
Cliarles J. Sayre, 
Gion/e Fredt-riok Hill, 
William W^edderburn, Q. G., 
Joseph B. Beck, 
.ll/red Wni. Saoary, A. li., 
James R. Macshane, 
Charles E. Knapp, 
Charles N. Skinner Q. C.,. 
George Sidney Smith, A. B., 
Daniel Jv. Hanington, 
Benjamin R. Stevenson, ^ . B 



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10 June, 

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dui.-^aint John. 

doilirit. Columbia 

do'Saint John. 

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d(i Saint John. 

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do di)Montreal. 

do do ChathHin. 

12 Oct., 4^li.•^aiut John. 

13 June, r)OJ Charlotte. 
Oct., 50i Saint J (din. 

7 Feb., 5-j| Chatham. 
10 April, oljMoncton. 

Feb., 5^: Woodstock. 
12 June, 51 Fredericton. 

Oct, 5'J Richibuclo. 

do , do|Fredericioii. 
27 Oct..,' 51 Halifax, N. S. 
27 Oct., 5 Saint John. 
10 June, 53| liat hurst. 

Oct., 52'SaintJohn 

Oct., 5.> Saint John. 

June, 53| do. 

do do] do. 
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Oct., 54 j Fredericton. 

do 55JSiiint John. 

June 5(i Riclubucto. 
[St. Stephen. 

,Juno, 1^58 Saint John. 

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do 5^'Digby. 

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llAlUUfiTERB AND ATTOllNEYei. 



[1879. 



NAMES. 



Ilcnry Bartlett Paiusford, 
John AiitriKstus Wrij>ht, A.B. 
Amos Jiot'furd Cliaiullei; ... , 
T. (tvuv Alcrnft, 
l'\ K. Barker. 1).C.L.,Q. C, 

Frodcrick J'. Ilobinson, 

Charles Allison I'eck, . . . . 
William Munaon Jarvis. . . . . 
Joseih V,. Barbcrie, .... 

Oharles 11. B. Fislicr, .... 
Jofni (ri-ittto/t Vlitt'oi'il, 
A. Ilankiu Bedeii; A.B., .... 

Thomas A. Wellinjj:, 

Edwan. L. Wetmore, A. B.. 
William M. Connell, LL. J{., 

George F. Gregory, 

Thoin(if< KtUij, .... 

William Colebrook Perloy, 

Charles A, llolstead, 

Geor>);e E. Kiott, A. 15., Q. C, 
T. Barclay llobinson, A. B., 
Charles li. Chandler, . . . . 
Caleb Uichardsoi), , . . . 

I'ttiick K. SweeiDj, ... . 

Finneniore E. Morton, . . . . 
Lewis A. Mills, . . . . 

William L. T. Seely, 

James F. McManiis, 

Alfred iloury DeMill, A. M., 
II. Lawranee Sturdoe, A. M., 
Silas Alward, M . A., . . . . 

I'tttr Millar, 

llobert Jiivokn Ptttrs, 

Edwm Byron Winslow, 

Robert Oaie, 

Thonia,^ Lewiii Ihrnson, A. IS 

Andrew G. Blair, 

Aifral F. Street, 

Gtorj;e McSorloy, 

James G. Forbes, , . . . 

lleury C. McMonaglo, . . . . 
A. C. Fuirweather, . . . . 

Frederick VV^ v-^tockton, 

Walter JamiS Kdiier, 

\V illiam Herbert Sinnott, . . . . 

Robert J. Ritchie, 

Rut)ei t JJutt/iew, A. M., ... . 
iStanUi/ Jmi/J, ... . 

Allan Alfred Feck, 
Uandolpli Ketchiim Jones, 

Isai'c Allen Jack, B.C.L. 

James IJannay, ... 

Jo/lil J'. JluiltlOII, ... 

X. Herbert Vail, ... 



Admitted 
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1 April, 
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11 do 

17 June, 
15 Oct., 

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doji'. E. Island. 
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dO|. Saint John. 
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Diiniol Joiflun, 
Josiuh Wood, 
Alfred E. Oiilton, 
Augustus H. linnin<{toii, . . . 
.loliu Herbert (Crawford, . . . 
(Jilbert 11. Puss'.ey, LL.B., 
Jeremiah TniviH, Jj.TjB. ... 
Alfred A. Stockton, A. M., 
Micluiel AdumH, 
(Miurles VV. lleckwith, 
Kzekiel .McLeod, JjIi.U., ... 
II. Chiprnan Skinner, 
Thomas Milledjje, M. A. ... 
Gooryo Fred'k. Fisher, 
Alex. W. IJuirt;, 

.loshuii Chiuidii r, A. 35 

Stephen U. Appleby, 
('hurles 11. Lu^^nn, A. B, ... 
(Jeoige H. Stemhntin. 
William Ji. McSweem/, . . . 
William C. Milner, 

Daniel C Courser, LL.H 

L. Ivicbraond Uarri.soii, A. 15. 
Charles A. Stockton, LL. B. 
Juines D. I'hiniiey, A. B. . . . 
John liussell Armstrong, . . . 
John K(.'rr, 

Gtorije //. Mali in, LL. B, . 
Alex. SUixoii Ti'ioinp.^oii, ... 
Samuel Joseph IhiKcr, 
Albert Joseph Hickman, ... 
Edward li Gregory, \.\,. B. 
Montesquieu AlcDonald, 
John Wi I let, 

Thomas VV. Peters, Jr., LL.l 
Pierre A. Landry, 
Lemuel J. Tweed'e, 
James Mitchell, A. M. 
James <J. ^itevt'iis, Jr , A. B 
JleiD^y Illlijavd, LL.ll , 
Uobert O. Stockton. LL. B. 
Edward T. V,. Knowles, .. 
Melbourne McMonaj^le, 
Barry li. I'laiii. 
.V. Uainsford Balloc'.i, 
Uobert A. Hordeii, .V. P.., .. 
George W. lUirbid^fe, A. M., 
William Pnj^sley. A. IJ., .. 
Cliarles Abn.ir Macdonald, 
William IJ. Wallace, 
.Allen OLty Karlo, 
Philip Palmer, 
Caleb T. Fox, 



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I.eandpr A. White, ., . 
J. Artliur Fuinveritlur 

Will III III] I Dlrksmi, .... 

James Allred Vanwart. A. M. 

Wesley Vanwart, A. iM., . . . . 

George F. IJaird, 

(ieorge A. Henderson, .... 

Thomas Medley Wetmore,. . . 

(jeorge Uiiss Seely, .... 

Allison l{. Coniiell,LL.B.,.. . 

Ilenry Turner, 

Oeorgc K. Fairvveuther, 

(ieorge M. Fruser, .. . . 

James A. Helyoa, 

.lames \,. Keir, 

Robei't J. Bennet, H. A., 

Thcs.Carleton Allen, LL.U., 

Robert Uurry Smith, . . . . 

Joseph Howe Dickson, . . . . 

Frederick Herbert McKiel, 

J as. Roach McMonn^le, LL 

Hugh Havelock McLean, ... 

Henry A. Forster, 

Richard F. Qnig'ey, LL.lJ.,. 

Miles B. Dixon, 

William A. I'ark. 

Michael Samuel Ben.«;on, ... 

Ed. Perley Willistou, A. B., 

John Black, 

Humphrey Cnlbort, 

Thomas A. McMilhin, 

Clarence W. Treadwell, . . . 

William A. Hn.ssell, 

John H. Cother. 

Harvey Atkinson, 

Georfte Herbu'l Lee, 

George Olty Dickson, 

William Wa'Roa Allen, ... 

Andrew U Johnson, 

George C. Coster, 

Amos A. Wilson, 

Charles H. Masters. 

Jolin ]>. Williams, 

Chijnnan A Steeves, 

Josei)li A. Harri-!, 

Charles A. ral'.uer, 

W. B. Chandler, L.L.B.... 

William Wilson, 

R. A. Lawlor, 

W. W. Wells, 

E. H. Mc Alpine, 
E. McLeod, 
P. McGivern, Jr., 
H. Morrison, 
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ECCLESIASTIC A r- 



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ECCLESIASTICAL. 

TUB CIIUROII OF ENGLAND. 

Bisnop — The Right Hov. John Medloy, D. D., Bishop of Fredcrictou — 

Fredcricloii. 

Ak'xunder, Hcv. F., Sub-Dean, Catlic-I Medley, Kcv. Canon, Rector, Sussex, 
dral, Fredericton, and Missiynarj- ut|Milli(lKe, Rev. J, W., Missionary, Car- 



New Maryland 
Almon, Uev. ?'osler, Curate St. Mary's. 

St. .John. 
Arinstroiifi, Itev. Oeorge M., Eeetor, St. 

Mark, Saint John.— (Rural Dean.) 
Arniatronir, liev. W., Rector St. James, 

Saint Joim. 
Armstrong, Uev. W. B., Rector, Wel- 

ford. 
Barbour, Rev. H. PL, Missionary, St. 

Andrews, Newcastle. 
Blis-s Rev. D. M., Reelor, Westmorland. 
Brisstoelie, Rev. F. II. J., Rector Trinity 

Cluueli or Parish, St. John. 
Boy<l, Rev. Stanley, Missionary at Point 

duChene, Siiediac. 
Canipbell. Rev. J. R., BlisKionary. 

St. Martin's. 
Cosier, Rev. N. A., Rector, Riehibucto. 
Cosier, Rev. C. G., Ph. 1) , St. Jolm. 

W. s. "■ • 



Covert, Rev. W. S., Missionary, Grand Stevens. Rev 

Manan. Portlatul. 

DeVeber, Rev. Canon, Rector, St. Paul, 

Portland. 
Dowling, Rev. Theodore E., Rector, 

St. George, Carleton, St. Jolin. 
Eastman, Rev. (>. C. V., Grand Falls. 
Flewellin;:, Kev. J. E., Missionary, 

Wick low. 
Forsyth, Hev. David, Rector, Chatham.— 

(.Rural Dean.) 
Fowler, Rev. W. LoB., Rector, Prince 

William and Dumfries 



leton, St. John. 
Neales, Uev. H., H., Rector, Ridunond. 
Neales, Rev. J.. Rector. Oaiictowh 
Neales, Rev. T., Rector, Wooilalock— 

(Dean Rural). • 

Parnther, Rev. D. B., Rector, St. Jude, 

Carleton. 
Partridi^e, Uev. Francis, Uector, Rothe- 
say. 
Pentrcalh, Rov. Kdwin S. W., Rcclur, 

Moncton. 
Pickett, Rev. D. W., Mis.iionary, (ircen- 

wich and Wickhiiiii— (Dean Uiiral). 
Raynionil, Rev. W. O., Missioiuiry, 

Stanley. 
Uoberts, Ki'V. G. G., Rector, Frederlcton. 

— (Dean Rural). 
Uushton, Hev. Joseph, Rector, Christ 

Church, Saint Slc|)i'en. 
Schotleld, Rev. (icorire, Itcctor. Simon<l» 
(1. L. Rector. St. Luke, 



Scovil, Itev. Canon, Ph. D., St. John. 

Shannon, Rev. W., Ednionston. 

Sliaw, Ifev. B., Rector, Candjrid<j;e. 

Sill, Rev. Fi-etlerick S.. Curate, Saint 
Paul. Portland. 

Simonds, Kev, U., Rector, Dorchester. 

Smith, Rev. Joseph, RciMor, IVtersville. 

Sniitli, Rev. R. E., Rector St. George, 
(Rural Dean.) 

Spike, Rev. Henry M., Rector, Lancas- 
ter 



Gardner, Hibv. George, Curate, Hamp-^sterlin<i;,Rev. G. H., Rector, Maugervile. 



S. J., Missionary, Up- 



ton 

ifant'ord. Rev 
ham. 

Hansen, Rev. Neils M., Mis.sionary, New 
Denmark. 

Harrison. Rev. ('anon, Gondola Point. 

llartin, Rev. Thomas, Rector, Can- 
terbury. 

Ilovt, Rev. L. A., MiR.sionary, Aiulover. 

Hil'tz, Rev. W. F., Missionary, Derby. 

Ilorsefield, Rev. F. H. T., Curate, 
Salisbury. 

JatTrcy, Rev. W., Missionary, St. Mary's Warnefnrd, 

Jarvis, Rev. G, S., D. i)., Rector, She-j ton. 
diac— (Dean Rural). |Weeks. Rev 

Ketchuni, Rev. Canon, I). D., Rector, St. 
Andrews. 

Lockward, Rev. J.. Missionary, Wa- 
ter ford. 

Matliers, Rev. R., Warden Wiggins' Or- 
jihan Asvlnm. 

McKiel, Rev. W. LeB., Rector, Douglas 
and Bright. 



Rev. Mv. (iroton, Rector Trinity Church, 

i?t. Stephen. 
Street, Rev. W. IL, Rector, St. George, 

Bathurst. 
Sweet, Rev, J. H., Missionary, Dal- 

hnusie. 
Talbot. Rev. James H., Mis-ionary, 

Si)ringf1eld. 
Wainwright, Rev. Hastings S., Rector 

Kingston. 
Walker, Rev. Canon, Rector. Hanii)- 

t'">!l. 

Rev. E. A., Rector, Nor- 



A. n., Rector, Queens- 
bury. 

Wet more, Rev. D. J., Missionary, 
Clifton. 

Willis, Rev. Cuthbert, Re-tor Salis- 
bury. 

Woods. Rev. A., Retired Mi.ssionary 
St. John. Itleh'. 

Woodnmn, Rev. E. S. Rector. West. 



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OFl'ICKHH OF T:IE DIOCKSAN C'IIITI{CI[ SOCIKTV. 

f'redlilent, The Illplit Ucv. Jfihn, Lonl Ilislinp of Kretloricton ; Vlu 
Tresldentu, I'l-cdr-riok A. Wli.'>!lnn, l'"H<iiilre, Hon. Pnmii*-! L. Tilley, C. H., Ut'v. 
Oiliioi! yoovil, Ph. n.,iiiiil William M..1;iiviH, Ksquire; TriMiHurt'i-, IT. \V. Frith, Ktq, 
ffcretiii'v, JUv. Cunnii Ketclimn, 1). 1) ; AiiilitorN, C. II. Kiiirwt'Htht^r and G. 
W. WliitlH'y. Kfiqiiirc; Ilniirilor IIoiiih MIshIoiih— Tlie UiKht Kev, the Lor-I liishop 
(fx ollHi'io), Hcv. (i. M. AnnstroMK, li«'V. T. 10. Dowiiiiu, llev. Canon Med- 
Itiy, Ki'v, (!iiii(.ii IChIcImiiii, I) I)., (ex urilcio), (i. A. Scliotlt'ld, Kk(|., Hon. S. L. 
Tilloy. V. U.. \V. M. JiirvlH, Ks<|iiiie, K. It. (Mumdler, .Ir.. K.s<it\ire, S. 1). I3er 
ton. Esq.. II. W. h'ritli, K!<(| , (ex ofiicin)' (it'oit,'e A. Srhofleld. Ksq., Ht'cretary 
to Comnnttci'. Fiimncc Coiiiiniitiu', \V. IM. .larvis, \<'m\., M. L .I'eterg, K-i)', 
W. Carnian, I'.sci., T. W. Da-'iol, Km|., (). E. FciKity, Khi). 
'IViMsiner. (J. L. SclmllfM, K.sq. I'ros i.sitiiis for Wldoivs and 



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IN THE DIOCESK OF SAINT JOHN, NEW UUUNSWICK. 

The Riplit Uev. .Tons SwKKNY. D. D., Uishopof St. .loliii ; IJev. Antolne Oiiollet. 
Rev. W. E. (Jaynor. Itev. .1. McDavjtf, tind Rev. ,1. (). Flaherty, City of SI. 
.lohn : V'ery Rev. T. t'onnolly. Crletoii, S(. .lohii; Keva. .1. C. VlcDevitt, and 
Call I'rifelius, Fiedfricton ; Uev. .Tnim-H Qiiiini, and Rev. Thonia.s Walsh, St. I 
Stej)hen ; Rt'V. ,Iohn C. Min-cii.v, V. U., and Jus'pli .Mui-ray, Woodstock; Rev. j 
W. F. CiDipiniin, .lohnvillc, Carleton Co. ; Riv. K RIcAuliv, New Ireland, Allien i 
County; IJev. I). Doyle, and Rev. Richnrd Kn.'X, Saint (iiorge; Rev. P. FarrelJ 
Peteri^ville, (Queen's County; R-v. J. Vei>k»*r, Sufsex Vale, Kings County ;j 
IJev. Kallier Lelelirp, Superior of St .loscpli's (;iil!ef,'e ; Fathers Lecoiir.s, L'Ahbee. 
Roy, Lelilanc antl (fird, and lleui-y Meiiill. Meinranieook; Rev. E. Bellivean, 
Quaco ; Rev. P Dradley, Cape liald'; Uev. J. Oiiellet, St. Mary, Ductonche ; Rev. 
Rev. F. X. J. Michaul, IJuctouclie; Fatlier Doucrt, Rarachois; Fatliera Kthiei 
and F. Xavier Connier. Cr.md Dlfjue ; Rev. W. Foley, Moncton; llev. F. X. 
Cormier, Kingston, Kent; Rev. Father Barojje.', Cocaigne. 

niOCbiSE Ol-' CHATHAM. 

Right Rev. James Rogkrh, D. I)., Hishoj) of Clhuthum ; Rev. M. Joyce, 
Luke Allain and i^ev Mr Hannon, Chatham; Verv Rev. Michael E^an, 
V, 0., Nelson, .^o^thnulborhlnd ; Rev. J'anick VV. Uixon, and J. J. 
Nugent, Newcastle, Norliiunibeiland ; Rev. .f. < 'rivter, Renous River, 
Northunnberlaud ; Rev. Win. A. .Mot is.-^ey, r.aitiboiif^e, Northuniber- 
iand ; Rev. Hilariou Doucet, Saint Margaret, Northuniberhind ; Rev. 
Marceilus l'\ Ricdiurd, (St. Louis, Kent; Hevs. Joseph A. Rubineauand| 

;F. Babiueau, Tracadie, Glouci^s-er; Rev. Theojihilus Allard, L. N. p 
Laclie, Caniquef, OJloncester ; Ivev. jM. Tnnlol, Shippejjan, Glouce.-<-|! 
ler; Kev. Joseph Doucet, (irand Anse, Gloucester, Rev. »> illiam Varrilyl 
and J. 8-allivan, Rathurtst, Gloucester; i{e". M. Robert, Peiit Hocher, '} 
Monccster ; Kev Ed. Hannon, Daihousie, Restifi;ouche ; Rev, John i ' 

lO'Leary, Grand Falls, Victoria; Rev. J F. Harry and M. Diigal, 8t. | ! 

! iiasd, •Madawu.'^ka ; Rev. Josep'a I'elleiier, St I'lilaire, Mudawaska;|i 

I Rev. M, Launiere, St. Leiiore. Mudawa.ska; Rev. S. Doucet, Poke-; 

Imouche, tJloucester ; Rev. Finton Dowliujr, Jac'iuet River, Gloucester; 

, Rev. F. Thebery , Neipiae, Northumberland. 

WESLKYAN METHODIST MINISTERS. 

CONKKIIKNCK OV MOW nP.nsSWIOlC AM) ruiNCK KDWAUD ISLAND. 

Rev. JoHsph Hart, President. Rev. Chai-les If. Paisley, M. A., Secretary. 



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~ 1 tfmwf^AffX-, Silas .Tames. ,/rr/,vrf/*//y, Kdward Hell. Wfl-ifonl, a.Y. Lol'/ipe 
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M fo e.xchiinKe'once a quiirter each wl'h Mrolher Bell. Joteph Hart, Chairman. 
^» ' I Stephen T. Teed, Fimineial Set I'.'t.'ii'v. 

I FnUDERrCTO.V DISTtUCT. 

I Frfiifei-ti'f^iv, ■\Valdi'fiii \V. hrewer. Henry Danit-I, supernmncniry. "other 

I Brewi:' to < Laii^e "iu( In ei^' werl-s with en 'li vi the hi-.thit-ii in Kit- "s- 

elear, (Jiiison, Marysville nwl XuslMvpnk *'ii-(.-,,, .;. h'in(i.icl"iif^ Charles il. 
I Manaton. AlarpHviUe, Kohtrt DuiicHn. (?i!,sf/ii, C .)tye VV. Kishei. i\r/.vA- 
1 ioaiik% L. S. .Tnhnson. Stanley., one to be sent. linUxt'uin., V,'. \\. Colpilw, one 
I to be .sent. A'csic/cX-, Thonina Marghall. Sn -tleht, Williii.ii Doh.sdii. Oitcf- 
! ^►jwi, .lames A. Duke. Wo(id.-tfnfi\ Chwxh'^ U. I'liirtluy, m. A. XorUitniiptn'i 

Olid Benton. V,. C Turner. Cantcrlinvii, IT. I'enna, under iIih '^uixrinlciKiVime 

of llrotlier Paisley. Jdcl-sonvillc, K. S. Ci isp. JiivlimonrI, W'illiiim Jlurri.s.jn. 

F/ortnceviUf, John J. Colter. Andorci; Jamfs Crisp. Upper Knit, Wm! 

Penna. Artharette, llieliard Ople. The brethren at Andovtr and Arthiiretle 

shall exchanRu once in six week<. Robert Duncan, Chairman, Charles H. 

Paisley, M. A., Financial Secretary. 

MIUAMICHI DISTUICT. 
Ohntham. H. McKeown. NeiccnfitJp, G. M. Campbell. Tiirhilncto, Isaac N 
Parker. /An/ rfw K/w. Wallace B. Tliomas, under the superintendence of Uro. : 
McKeowu. Tnbnuintar, one to be sent, under the superintendence of liro. i 
McKeown. Ealhuvfd, Isaac Howie. Cnmpbellton, Wdliam Tippett. Dtyl>y, 
A. R. B. Shrewsbu>-y. II. McKeown, Chairman ; Isaac N. Paiker, Financial i 
Secretary. j 

SACKVtLLE DISTUICT. | 

Sacktri'lfi, Douglas Chapman, II. Pickard, D. D, E'lucalional Inntifution, I 
Charles Stewart, I). D., Theological Professor and Cliaplirin ; John Durwaah, A. 
M., Professor of Natural Science; David Kennedy, H. D., Principal of Ladies'; 
Academy. Students— Septimus E. Colwell, Tiieop. l.. Williams, F. S. Rof,'ers, 
Thomas Stebbings, J. F. ^stey. Tuntrnmar, Heiuy J. Clarke, rolnt df 
lUttc, Edwin Mills. Itniei Vftf, John S. Allen, one to be sent. Mouctmi, 
D. D. Currie. Coverdnle, Frederick Freeman, under the superintendence 
of Pro. Currie. Shediac, Cyrus S. Wells, under the superintendence 
•f Bro. Currie. />o/cA«*<tf/', Charles Comben. //«y)ew^/i, R. Wilson. /filUboro', 
Charles W. Dutcher. I/avelock., Aquila Lucas. SalMnri/, W. W, Lodge. 
Elgin, John K. King. Douglas Chapman, Chairman. C. W. Dutcher, Financial 
Secretfiry. 

ST. STEPUKN DISXniCT. 

S<.5»fp/i«n, Edwin Evans. ifillUncn, S. R. Ackman. Saint Andmif, P. W. 
Harrison. St. Dav'uVx, George Harrison. !S<iint James., J, T. Daxendale. 
Bocahec, William R. Pepper, under the superintendence of Bro. George Har- 
rison. Deer Jdand, Thomas Hicks, under the superintendence of Bro. F. W, 
Hanison. QrandManan, One wanted. Edwin Evans, Chairman. Frederick 
W. Harrison, Financial Secretary. 






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Preahyt'^ry of Saint John. — John M. Brooke, D. D., St. Paul's. Fredericon ; A. 
Donald, retired, Campbell Settlenjent James Bennet, D.l).. Saint John's 
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Woodstock. Sa'nucI Johnson. Cliipuian, Q. C. James Gray, A. M., Sussex. 
D Waters, M. A., LL.D., St. David's Church, ^t. John J. 1). Murray, 1 uctouche, 
Ac Joseph lIoM, St. John Cliurch. Moncton. W. Mitchell. B. A., St. Andrews 
Church, SaVnt John J.C. Rurgess, IJ. A., C.rleton 8«lni John P. A.^;clvme, 
MA iS T) Stanley &c Wm.P. Ueirp. M. N., St. Steplicn. Kenneth McKay, 
B 1: uicLond. M. K Paradls, Grand Falls. W. Ross, B. A., Prince Wil- 

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MA New'Carlisle, P. Q. T. Mciiolson, lliver Charlo. M. McKenzie.Richi- 
bucto. William McCuUough. Redbank. James Anderson, St. Jauu-s, Newcastle. 
John Robertson, M. A., Black River. Wm. togo, 'labusintac S. Houston.M. A., 
Bathurst. J. A. F. McBain, Chatham. Alex. Russell, Dalhousie. J. 0. Heard- 
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Revs. Alexander McLewl Stavely, St. John, J. R. Lawson, Biirne8ville,St. Mar- » 
tins, and Black River; Millstriara and Wutson Settlement, vacant. 



BAPTIST MINISTERS IN NEW BRUNSWICK. 

WESTERN ASSOCIATION. ■"• " 

Rev.W. P. Everett, A. M. St. John, Moderator; Rev. A. J. Wilcox, St. John, Clerk. 

Revs. O W. M. Carey, A. M., W. P. Everett, A. M., A. J. Wilcox, J. E. Hopper. 

A. M., Gen. Armstrong, A. M., and Jaires Spencer, Saint John ; Edward Hick 

son, A. M., Cirleton ; — , Portland ; Samuel Burt, Jacksonville : 

Jos. Cahill, Debec Jtinction ; II. A. Charlton, Avondale, C. C. ; Henry J. Coy. 
Nashwaak ; T. W. Crawley, A. M., Saint Andrews ; J. D. Eatinan. Woodstf-ck ; 
William M. Edwards, Blispfleld; Geo. Estabrooks, Simonds ; J. T. Eaton, St. 
Stephen : Henry Haines, Otnabog, Q. C. ; J. G. Harvey. Centreville ; George 
Howard, Maugerville; B. N. Hughes, St. Mary's, Y. C; D. P. Harris, Spring 
field, Y. 0. ; Carles Henderson, jucksonvllie, C. C. ; Benjamin Jewett, Hartlaml ; 
Peter R. Knight, L. L. Queenstury ; W. D. Manzer, St. Mary's, Y. C ; T. M. 
Munro, Newcastle ; T. H. Porter, Fredericton ; P. O. Reece, Upper Keswick ; 
W. C. RIdeout, St. David ; T. W. Saunders, Prince William ; George Seely, 
Woodstoirk; W. J. Stewart, St. George ; A. J. Stevens, A. B., Fredericton; 
James Tozer, Ludlow; W. A. Troop, Newcastle, Grand Lake; J. H. Tupper, 
Queensbury ; J. W. S. Young, Jacksontown. 

KASTKRN ASSOCIATION. * • . ' 



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Rev. W. A. Corey, Sussex, Kloderator ; Rev. 

Revs. George Beckwith, James Uerritt, Havelock; T. A. Blackndar, Harvey, 
A. C. ; David Crandal, Springfield ; W. A. Corey, Sussex; John Coombes, , 
Grand Lake ; W. W. Corey, Salisbury ; E. 0. Corey, Penobsquis ; J. M. Curry, i 
Hillsborough; D. L. Carpenter, Point Midgic; W.J. Carpenter, Bayside, A. C. ; | 
Patrick Duffy, Hillsboro ; J. E. Fillmore, Turtle Creek ; John Gammon, Norlli 
River; James Goldrup, Coverdale ; B. R. Herritt, Shediiic ; IJetekiah IlHrriB, 
Springfield: Ezekie) Hopper, Coverdale; J. H. Hughes, Havelock ; E. H. Howe, 

; Ellas Kierstead, Collina Corner ; Seth W. Kierstead, Hillsdale ; Oswcil 

N. Keith, Springhill ; Mllledge Lewis, Corn Ridge; A. B. Macdonald, Narrows, 
Q. C. ; S. C. Moore, Albert Mines ; Robert Mutch, Uothvay ; J. A. Smith, 1. 
E. Bill and Abel Washuro, Saint Martins: Peter Spragg, Springfield; G. W. 
Springer, Jemseg; J.C. Steadman, ^Igin; Soiomon Smith, Mapleton, Elgin ; Thos. , 
Todd, Moncton ; 0. B. Welton, Hillsboro, 

NEW BRUNSWICK BAPTIST HOME MISSIONARY BOARD — 1778-79. 

T. H. Hall, Esq., President; 0. D. Everitt, Gilbert White, D. V.Roberts, Capt. 
Geo. W. Masters, and C. F. Clinch, Esquires, Vice Presidents; Rev. Geor^f 
Armstrong, Corresponding Secretary; J. E. Marsters, Recording Secretary; Jobn 
H. Harding. Esquire, Treasurer; Hon. A. McL. Seely, Auditor. Executive BoanI 
—Rev. E. Hickson, Henry Vaughan, W. H. Dykeman, S. F. Hatfield, Rev. .1. 
Spencer, T. P. Davies, T. E. Simms, William Allwood, J. W. SuHs, J. J. Bostwick 
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J. llen.liMOn. AncJover, V. 0.; S. H. Wpyrann, Monctou ; 0. M. Buhar, Norlon; 
W. DeWie, Florenceville; and J. Wesley Clark, Portland, St. John. 
UoentiuteH.—J. W. Clark, AW. Sha^v, 11. Harlt, and «. VInce. tM 

HOME MISSION SOCIETY OF THE F. C. BAPTISTS OP N. D. 

ReT. T. Vanwart, PresMent; J. R. Shaw, 8. E. Curry, and J. N. Bnrnen, 
Vice-President*; Rev, 0. A. Hart'ey, Correspondiiijr Secretary; William 
Ppters, K'cordlnjr Secretary; Elder J. T. ParsonB, Treasurer; Elder G. T. 
Hartley, Audit.-r. Executive Ooinmittee— D. W. Clark, Rev. G. W. Mc- 
Do'^atii, Revs. J. R. Shaw, and J. McLeod, and the two Secretaries and Trea- 
surer. 

FOREIGN MISSION SOCIETY OF THE F. C. BAPTISTS OF N. B. 

Rev W. Kinghorn, Presiilent; B. Merritt, J. McKensie, and Solomon Smith, 
Vice Presiileuts ; Rev. Joseph MvLeod, Corresponding Secretary ; J. W. Clark, 
Recordinf; Secretary ; Wm. Peters, Esq., Treiisurer; D. McLeod Vince, AssiHtant 
Treasurer; U.S. Palmer, E.>q., Aulitor. Executive Committee— Revs. J. T. 
Parsons, R. Merritt, G. A. Hariley, (i. W. McDonald, E. Weyman, J. E. Reu;l, 
James Patterson, and the two Secretaries and Treasurer. 

F. C. BAPTIST SABBATH SCHOOL CONVENTION. 

Dr. L. N. Sharp, PreBident; all the Eiders of Confereoce, Vice- 
Presidcntii ; Henry Hartt, Recording Sccretarj ; E. C. Freeze, 
Esq., Agent ; Cyrus Burtt, Ei^q., Treasurer; Executive Committee — 
Profpssor Foster Rev. Thomas Connor, Rev. E. Garrity, Charles 

A. Choee, John Gosline and John Lewis. 

F. C. BAPTIST ministers' RELIEF FUND. . ' - ' 

Rev. 8. Kenny, President ; Revs, C. T. PhilUps and B. Polpitts, 
Vice-Presidents; Rev. J. T. Parsons, Recordm)< Secretary'; i). W. 
Clark, Esq., Treasurer; E. C Freeze, Ksq,, Auditor. Disbursing Com- 
m.ttee-Rev. W. Kiaghorn, G. W. McDonald, G. T. Uaitley, Joseph 
Noble and A. Taylor. 

F. C. BAPTIST BOARD OF MANAGERS. 
Rev. G. A. Hartley, D. W. Clark, Robert Slipp, B. S. Palmer, 

B. A. Sbaw, and Robert E. McLeod. 



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Coburg Street.— Pnstor, Elder David O. Thomas. 
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Provincial Board or Education.— 1 he Governor, the Members of the Executive 
Council, the Prc-ident of the University of New Brunwick, and the Chief Super- 
'nterident of Education, 

Chibk SopKBiNTKNDKSTor Eduoatioh.— Theodoic H. Rand, Esq.. M A . D C L 

Clkhk OK A. 8I8TA NT.— (Teorge Thompson. 

W. Crocket, A. M., I'rinclpal of Normal School. Assistants, H C Creed, A. 
S-O^^-.^^^^^'^fr- ^\^r ^ Cadwallader. A. B., Miss M. 10. Gregory, Mr. R. 
S. ^lcholson, Miss A. Lawson, J. Lyie, E. Minard and Alice Clark. 

INSPKCTOBS OF Schools.— Albert- R. D. Robinson. C»rleton-W. P. Dibblce. 
CharlQtt^e— W. 8. Robinson. Gloucester— .fames Smith. Kent— Thomiis W. Wnod. 
Kings— D. P. Wetmore. Madawaska- A. Raiitsford Ballooh. Norlhumbcrland— 
Jas. 8^ Ramsay. Queens^-Rev. Benjamin Shaw. Restlgouche— Rev. Thomas 

n -K»l7wi * "i ■'"'"i; . o » ^ • Sunbu«y-Dr. Bridges. Westmorland- 
Richard Wdson, Jun, York— E. C. Freese. 

Pkovincial Examiners or Tkaciiek8.-W. Brydone Jack, D. C. L., Examiner in 
School Management, Ac. Thomas Harrison, LL. D., Examiner in Mathematics, 



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'"".,' ' MADRAS SCHOOL. ' ' 

Tai OorBRNOR and TKVsnm orTBR Madras School in Nrw BRnMswicx.—Thf 
LoTvl Bishop of the Diocese; the Members of Her MnjtslyN Council; tlie Jmlce of 
the Court of Vice Aduilrnlty; the S|)enker of (he Hnuse of Assembly; tlie Mayor 
and Recorder of Saint John; the Rector and Churchwardens of Trinity Gliurch, 
Saint John; tnf^ether with the Rev. William Scovil, and O. Sidney Smith, Ksquire. 

H. Lawrance Sturtlee, Esquire, Clerk and Treasurer. 

UVIVERSITy OF NEW BItUNSWICK. 

Visitor on behalf of Her Mi^esty — His Honor the Lieutenant Governor. 

CoRPonATinK AND Mkmbrrs op Sbnatb.— W. Brydone .Tack, D. C. L., President; 
Hon. David Wurk. Hon. A. McL Seely, Alfred B. Athorton, Esq., M D., Esekiel 
McLeod, Esq., Hon. Archihiild Harrison, lion. Charles Fisher, D. C. L., Frederick 
E. Barker, D. 0. I-., and Theodore II. Rand, D. C. L. 

Registrar and Treasurer — Kdward 11. Wilmot, Esq., A M. 

Professor of Matlematicn, Natural Philosophy and Astronomy — Wililnm Bry- 
done Jack, D. C. L., Professor of Chemistry and Naturnl Science— LorioK W. Bai- 
ley, Pli. D. Professorof English iiiterature, Louie and Metaphysics— Thomas Har- 
rison, LL. D. Professor of Classical Literature and History — George Eulaa 
Foster, A. B. Professor of French Langua^ie and Literature— Francis P. Rivet. 
Kxr.miners for Degrees — Rev. Cliarles IL Paisley, A. M. ; Rev. O. Qoodridge 
Rol>erts, A. M. ; William Crocket. A. M. Examiner in Civil Law— F. E. Barker, 
D. L. 

CoiXROiATB Sonooi., Fredericton, — Head Master, George Robert Parkin, A. M. 
Second Master — Geoi'go W. Allen, A. B. Instructor in French— Francis P. Kivct. 

F. C. B. EDUCATION SOCIETY OF N. B. AND N. S. 

President, R. 0. Greece, Esquire; Vice-Presidents, Rev. J. Noble and G. 
\V. McCread}' ; Secetary, Rev. Joseph McLeod ; Treasurer, Dr. Burnett. 
Directors — Rev. B. Merrltt, Gideon McLeod, Esq , Rev. J. Perry, O. W. Boyer, 
Esq., and Dr. Burnett. 

• MOUNT ALLISON VVESLIiYAN COLLROK, SACKVILLE, N. B. 

CORPORATION 1S78-79. 

SoARo or Trustbrk and Govrrmors. — Rev. J. McMurray, D. D., Chairman ; 
Jo.-iatt Wood, E.sq., Treiuur>-r; Rev. Joseph Hart. Secretary; Rev. 11. Pickard. 
D. D , Rev. II. Pope, I). D.. Rev. C. Stewart, D. D., Rev. James Taylor, Rev. A. W. 
Nicolson, llev. John Lathern, Henry B. Allison, L'!k|., Joseph Pilchard, Esq., 
James I). Dixon, Es^i .David Allison, Esq.. LL D., Jas. R Inch, Esq., LL. D., Sam- 
uel A. Chesley, Esq.. A. M., R. C. Weldon, Esq., A. M., Ph. D., Jairus Hart, 
Esq., and A. A. Stockton, Esq., A. M., LL I). 

Executive Committee.— Jas. D. Dixon, Esq., Chairman. Rev. C. Stewart, 
D. D., Rev. H. Pickard, D. D., Henry B. Allison, Esq., James R. Inch. Esq., 
LL. D., Josiah Wood, Esq., A. M.. and R. C. Allison, Esq., A. M., Ph. D. 

Faculty ok Arts. — Jauie>« R. Inch, LL. D., President and Professor of Mental 
Phlosophy and Logic; Rev. Charles Stewart. D. I)., Professor of Moral Philosoihy 
and Christian Evidences Alfred D. Smith, A. M., Profe.ssor of CIhhsIch ; Kev. John 
Burwash, A. M., Professor of Cheniistiy and Experinieutal Physics ; Richard 
0. WeldoD, A. M., Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics. 

Faculty of Theology.— James R. Inch, LL. I)., President (cxoj^cio), Pro- 
fessor of Lo^ic and BibUi;al Literature. Rev. C. Stewart, D. D.. Dean, Pro- 
fessor of Old Testament Exegesis and Systematic Theology. Rev. D. Ken- 
nedy, S. T. I>., Professor of New Testament Greek aiul Exegesis. Rev. .1. 
Burwash, M. A., Professor of Homiletics. A. D. Smith, M. A., Professor of 
Greek. 

MOUNT ALLISON WESLEYAN MALE ACADEMY. 

Faculty.— Rev. B. Longley, B. A., Principal, French and Natural Philo- 
sophy. Hemy A. Powell. B. A., Mathematics. Leonard Allison. B. A.. 
Greek and Latin. A. J. Couch. Penmanship. Bookkeeping and Commercial 
Department. Geo. H. Longley, English Department. Prof. Wm. Jo.st, De- 
partment of Music. 






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The Alumni Society of the Mount Allison Webijsyan Collror and Aca- 
demy.— W. C. Milner, B. S., President. Vice-Presidents, Rev. Thos. Rogers, 
A. M., Rev. D. Chapman and Rev. Jolin F. Betts. Sec. -Treasurer, R. C. 
Weldon. Rev. Joseph Hart, Rev. John Burwash, M. A., L. Allison, A. B., 
Josiah Wood, M. A., .Jas. B. Morrow and J. L. Bhu^lc, M. P. P., Members of 
Council. S. A. Chesley, M. A.. R. ('. Weldon and Rev. R. Brecken, Members 
of Board of Oovernoi-s elected by Alumni Society. 

THE MOUNT ALLI.SON WBSLBYAN FfiMALB ACADEMY. 

Principal. Rev. David Kennedy, D. D, Chief Pi-eceptress, Ittlss Adelaide 
H. AVhitfield. 

Board of Instri'ction.— Rev. David Kennedy, D. D., Classics. Adelaide 
II. Whitfield, Natural Sciences and Mathematics. Miss Blanche Bennett, 
-Belles-Lettres. etc. Miss Hannah Johnson, M. L. A., Euglish Department. 
Mra. M. A. Macarthy, Drawing, Painting, etc. Professor William Jost, In- 
stramental and Vocal Music. Miss Lavinia M. Stewart, Music. Miss 
Miria?n T<Mllerton, Stewardess. 

The Al'jmn.*: Association of the Mount Allison Ladibs' Academy.— Pre- 
sident, Miss Annie S. Inch, M. L. A. Vice-Presidents, Mra. G. W. Burbidge, 
Miss H. Johnson, M. L. A. Mrs. B. F. Chandler, M. L. A. Miss Grace A. 
Lockhart, B. S., Secretaiy -Treasurer. ... 



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Bank of Montreal.— Capital $12, 000,000. Reserve Fund .15,500,000. 
R. B. Angus, General Manager. Ueorge Stephens, Presitlent. Saint 
John Branch. — E. 0. Jones, Maiiaf,'er. W. S. Stephenson, l^eller. 
C. J. R. Carr, Discount CJlerk. J. F, 3)oran, Collection Clerk. 
F. N. i^hiimian. Clerk. J. L. Wilson, Messenger. , ' 

Branches. —Moncton, Chatham ami Newcastle. ' ' ' ''•''-' 

Bank of Buitish North Ameiuca., -Paid up Capital One Million 

Sterlinvj. Head Office, London England. General Manager, 

. Saint John, N. B. Branch. -Manager, R. Steven. Ac- 
countant, W. Collier. Teller, Henry King. Discount Clerk, David 
Simpson. Ledger Keeper, J. Cholditch. Clerks, C. E. Furlong, Wm. 
C. Wellard and Robert Inglis. Messenger, W. Maher. 

Bank op New Brunswick, Saint John, -Capital. One Million. 
President, J. D. Lewin, Esq. Thomas Gilbert, Esq., Vice-President. 
Cashier, William Gir van. G. A. Scbofield, Accoiintant. C. Camp- 
bell, Corresponding Clerk. J. Clawson, T. W. Seeds, and Barclay 
Boyd, Tellers. S. Girvan. J. M. Dick, and G. L. Robinson, Ledger 
Keei)er8. M. B. Edwards, Discount Clerk. A. McDonald, J. M. 
Hastings, F. W. Daniel and A. Wishart, Clerks. W. Pattei-son and 
R. Phillips, Messengers. Directoi-s. — J. D. Lewin, W. G. Lawton, 
Thomas W. Daniel, Charles H. Fairweather, Henry Vaiighn. Thomas 
Gilbert, J. S. Boies DeVeber, John Yeats and S. R. Thomson. 
Solicitor, G. Sydney Smith. Discount Days — Tuesdays and Tt'ridays. 

Maritime Bank of the Dominion of Canada.— Authorized Capital 
§2,000,000. President, Major General J. W. Domville. Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. W. Nicholson. Directors, George McKean, John Boyd, R. 
T. Clinch, Wm. H. Thorne and Hon. W. Muirhead. Alfred Ray, 
Ca«hier. W. W. Shepherd, Accountant. E. T. Stur<lee, Teller. W. 
L. Busby, licdger Keeper. H. P. Pike, Clerk. J. D. Nickerson, 
Messenger. 

Bank of Nova Scotia.— Head Office, Halifax, N. S.— Authorized 
and paid up Capital, $1,000,000. J. Mt)rris Robinson, Agent. G. 
W. Daniel, Accountant. J. E. Narraway, I'eller. E. L. Burpee and 
J. A. Morrison, Clerks. Geo. Thompson, Messenger. 



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« I Pure Oak, Leftther Belting ; " Dutch" Auker Belting tJloth ; Lubri- 
"3 catiu;? Oils ; Kubber Hose ; "DisstoiiH " Celebrated Mill Saws ; Steam 
Fucking ; Lacing Leather ; Mill SnpiJies, and Rubber Goods of all kinds. 



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be one cent per four ounceH in weight, which munt be prepaid by (nib- 
tau[e Htamp. 

Newspapers and PeriodicalH weighing fcf^ tlutn om ounce may be 
jjoHtt'd Bingly ; if preimiil l)y P«»Htttge Htanin, out half cent each, 

NewBpui)erH ]K)Hte(i for city delivery will not be delivered by letter 



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NewspaperH published in the United Kingdom, and remailed bv 
News AgentH to regtdar subscriberH, may be remailed free. This will 
apply to NewHpaiwrs only, ancl not to Periodicals. 

Trunsient NewHpapers and PerimiicalH addressed to Great Britain. — 
NewMjiaiMjrs addressed to places in the Ihiited Kingdom must be pre- 
paid by |)ostage stamp Two Cents |>er 4 oz. each paper. 

PAiicEii Po8T.— The postage on parcels addressed to places in Can- 
ada continue at former rates, which must be prepaid by iM)8tage stamp, 
viz. :— 

Not exceeding i lb weight, 12^ cents. 

do. 1 do 25 do. 

do. Ik do S74 do. 

do. 2 do 50 do. ' 

And BO on 
Parcels intended to pass through the mails should not exceed five 
lM)unds in weight, or 24 inches in length, or 12 inches in breadth, and 
.should be marked bv "Parcel Pout." Parcels may be reentered by 
uifixing a five cent Kegistered Latter Stamp thereto, in addition to the 
jjoHtage, 

MiscKLi.ANEOus P(»HTAii Maiteb. — Books and Pamphlets, Printed 
( -irculars, Prices Current, Handbills, Book and New8pai)er Manuscript, 



Printers' Proofs, Mai>s and Prints, Engravings, Sheet Music, Photo 
grajihs, Insurance I'olicies, Militia and School Returns. —Canada and 
United States. — When posted addressed to any place in Canada or the 
United States, and not exceeding 5 ])ounds in weight, 25 inches in 
length, and 12 inches iii breadtli or depth, must be prepaid by postage 
stamp at the rate of one cent per i ounces in weight, and must be put 
up so as to .admit of inspection. Snch books, papers, returns, etc., 
must not be accompanied by any instructions or directions. Bank no- 
tices, advices of goods in transit, and personal notices, are liable to let- 
ter rate because intended for the information of a particular person. 
The rate of postage on Seeds, Cuttings, Bulbs ancl Roots is one cent 
per 4 oujices, the weight of a package not to exceed 24 ounces. 

Pattebn and Sample Post.— Canada. -Patterns and Samples of 
merchandize not exceeding 21 ounces in weight, when posted in Canada 
for places within Canada or New^iundland, must be prepaid by pos- 
tage Stamp at the rate of One C!ent per 4 ounces weight, and iJut up 
in such a manner as to admit of inspection. Goods sent in execution 
of an Order, however small the quantity may be, or articles sent by 
one private individual to another, whicn are not exactly Trade Pat- 
terns or Samples, are not atlmissible. 

United States. — Patterns and Samples. of Merchandize, posted for 
places in the United States, will continue to be subject to the 8])ecial 
rate of ten cents each, prepaid by postage stamp, and must not exceed 1 
8 ounces in weij'ht. 1 

United Kingdom. — Bo(»ks and Patterns of Merchandize when ad- j 
dressed to places in the United Kingdom, must be prepaid by postage : 
stamp at the rates of two cents per two ounces or fraction t.-f two j 
ounces. Circulars and PHces Current, 2 cents each. j 

Reglstkued Letteus.— Letters intended to be Registered when ; 
addressed to places in Canada and Newfoundland, must be prepaid by , 



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'1 O,*™ „„,.,M, ,„ ,, COMMISSIONS. 

and no half centn f,> 1 • f ^ Order to be trrante.I f..~\ *^" "^"'f "P 
.. Orderun.lerliotobe ,-"*^^^^^^^ tlu- ' n ler ' N, JT ''""' *100. 

:, drawn on thesan e uLrf ' ''^*''^ «'-""*^ Son on 71"'" ^''"" "»« 
]i Orders on theXfefstS '" ^rr, 'f *'- --"K'^ee""' ^''^"^^ ^''^' 1 

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OrderH on Ncwfoundlaml.— On Orilei'H up to £5, 25 centn. Oyer £5, 
iinfl up to £10, M cents. Over £10, and up to £15, 75 centu. Over £15, 
and up to £'J0, $1. 

OrdcTH on the United Kinj^doni.— On Ordora up to £2, 25 centH. 
Over £2, and up to £5, .'*0 centH. Over £5, and up to £7, 75 centn. 
Over £7, and up to £10, U. 

No Hinglti Order to |je granted on the United Kingdom for more than 
£10, or «»n Newfoundland for more thon £20, but as many Orders for 
tlieso HuniH may be isKiied un will make up the sum reijuired. 

No Orders to be granted under under any pretei»ce, unless the Chris- 
tian ami Pro|)er Numen are »u|)plied. The cnristian names of luoiTied 
women to be given, and not tlione of their husbands. 

Names of ])artieH, places and sums to be written in the {tlainest ]X)s- 
sible manner. As there are several hwalitiei! of tJie same name, Re- 
mitters must be careful to indicate whicli of them tiiey mean. For 
tliis purpose, the Province, County or State in which the {Myiug office 
is situated must invariably be sup]>lied. 

'AS Vietona, chap. 7, Sec. 24, ejiacts that " It shall be a misdemeanor 
" for any Postmaster or other person authoiized to issue Money Orders, 
" to issue any Mtmey Order without havinf? ])reviou8ly received the 
" purchase money, or sum nayable therefor ; " and Sec. 39 enacts that 
" every jiersim who aids, abets, counsels or jirocures the commission 
" of any such misdeamor as aforesaid, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor 
" and puninhable as a principal offender. " 

The person to whom an Order is payable, can have it paid to a second 

person by writing on it, " Pay to the order of— , (the name of 

the second person to till the blp,nk) for value received." ■ - •■ ; • 



Dominion Finance Department— St. John. 

Willijim Seely, Dominion Auditt)r. R. Chestnut, Clerk. 

Immigration Department. 

Robert Shives, Esquire, Dominion Immigration Officer for New 
Brunswick ; 1'he Deputy Treasurers at the Out-Ports of the Province i 
act as Immigration Otiicors. ' 

DOMINION BUILDINGS BOARD. j 

James R. Ruel, Esquire, Collector of Customs (Chairman) ; John ! 
H. Harding, Esq., Agent Marine and Fisheries; Thomas Hanfoni, i 
Esq., Inspector of Inland Revenue ; Robert Shives, Esq., Immigration j 
Officer (Secretary); H. F. Perley, Esq., Engineer Public Works ; Jas. i 
McFarlane, Estj. , Inspector of Weights and Measures ; Archibald 
Rowan, Esq., Gas Inspector. 



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Collector, 



James R. Ruel, Esq., - - - 
In Warehouse Department. — John Sandall, A. Atcheson and J. S. 

Thompson. 
In Long Room. —Henry WTiiteside, G. Matthew, J. S. McLaren, ('. 

F. Olive and A. C. Harrison. 
In Shipping Department. -James Barber, H. P. Sandall and Keitli A. 

Barber. 



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INLAND REVENUE :. 

Daniol V. PorkiiiH, - - Collector. 
John N, Moore, Book Keeper. 
Geo. TraviB, John E. Ganong. Jolin FrederickBon and James Mason, 
Excisemen. 

.,.•'-. . 8UB-COLLECTOK3. " • i. ■ '- '. .. : ,. J>' ■,.}'. i 

Dorchester. — John Hickman. 



Fr^lericton. — Robt. Atherton. 
St. Andrews.— C. M. Gove. 



St. Stephen. A. H. Mill. 
Sackviile.— Jas. S. Dickson. 
Woodstock. — Wm. Dibblee. 



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TAEIFF CUSTOM DUTIES. 

Acids of all kinds, except Acetic acid and vinegar, Free 

Aci<l, Ascetic, .... .... .... ... .10 c. 

do. Sulphuric, ic per 

Ale, in casks, .... l2c. per gal. 

Do., in bottles, 6 qt. or 12 pt. bottles to a gali'^n, . . . .18c. per gal. 

Alcohol, .1^1 per gal. 

Alum, .... .... .... Free. 

Anatomical ])reparations .... .... .... Free. 

Aachors, .... .... .... ....Free. 

Aniline Salts, for dyeing purjjoses, .... ... .Free. 

Animals of all kinds, growth of B. N. A. Provinces, . . . .Free. 

Animals of Foreign countries except for improvement of 

Stock, ^ _ .... lOp.aadvai 

Annatto, liquid or solid, .... .... ... .Free. 

Antimony, .... .... .... Free. 

Apparel, wee ring, of British subjects dying abroad but 



domiciled in Canada, 

Argol, 

Arms for use of Army and Navy, 

Articles imjmrtpd by and for use of Gov. Gen. 
Art icles imjiorteci for public uses of Dominion, 
Articles imported for use of Foreign Consuls Genl 

Ashes, Pot, Pearl ami Soda, 

Barilla, .... ... J 

Bar Iron, puddled, .... .... 

Bark, whe^i chieliy used in dyeing, 

Barley, , ••,.... . ;• ..... .... 

Beans, . • ■ «... .... 

Beer (in casks), 
Do. (in bottles), 
Benzols, 

Berries, .... 

Bichromate of Potash, 

Bitters, .... 

Pleaching Powders, .... 

Blooms and Billes, puddled or not puddled. 

Blue Block. 

Boiler Plate Iron, , . .... 

Puits, galvanized, : 

Bolting Cloth, 

Bookbinders' tools and implements, 



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Ex. fm. duty 
. . Free. 

. .Ex. fm. duty 
. . Ex. fm. duty 
. .Ex. fm. duty 
. . Ex. f m. duty 

Free. 

Free. 

... .5 p. c. ad val. 

Free. 

.,• Free. 

Free. 

gal. and 10 p. c. ad val. 
gal. and 10 j). c. ad val. 
. . 15c. p. gal. 
. . Free. 



al. 



.Free. 
, .$1.50p 
. Fvee. 

..5 p.c. ad val 
. Free. 

. 5 p. c. ad val 
. .5 p. c. ad val 
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. Free. 



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Books, Periodicals and Pamijlilets, printed — not being 
foreign reprints of British cony-rigfit works, nor blank 
account boolcs, nor copy books, nor books to be ivrit- 

V ten or drawn iiiion. nor reprints of books printed in 



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ten or drawn iipon, 
Canada, nor jinnted 



sheet music. 



Books of a treasonable, seditious, immoral or indecent 



. 5 p. c. ad val. 



character. 

Boiler Plate, .... 

Borax, .... 

Botany, specimens of, 

Bran, .... .... .... 

)o. produce of B. N. American, Free, subject %o Reg, 
Brandy, .... .... ^ .... . . , . 

Bras.s, bar, rod, sheet, Bcrap and stripes, .... 

Bread and Bi.souit, from Great Bi'itain and JR. N. A, 

Provinces, ....,, H"!?,, 

Brim Moulds for goldbeaters, .... 

Brimstone in 1 oil or flour, .... 

Bristles. 



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British Gum, 
Broom Corn, 
Buckwheat, 
Bulb^, 
Burr Stones, 

Busts, natural size not being casts or produced by any mere 
mechanical process, 

Butter, 

Butter, produce of B. N. 



Prohibited. 
.5 p. c. ad va.1. 
. Free. 
. Free. 

.10 p. cad val. 
of Gov. in C. 
. ^1 per gal. 

Free. 

.Free. 
. Free. 
.Free. 
. Free. 
. Freer "' 
.Free. 
. Free. 
.Free. 
.Free; 



Free. 
. .-. . .... . ,V.4c. per lb. 

A. Provinces. . . .Free, subject to regula- 
tion of G. in Coun. 

Cabinets of Antiquities, .... .... Free. 

Cabinets of Coins,... ....Free. 

do. . of Gems,.. .... .... Free. 

do. - of Medals, .... .... Free. 

Canada Plates and Tinned Plates, 5 p. c. ad val. 

Cables, hemp and grass, when used for ships only, 5p, c. ad val. 

Candle Wick, cotton, .... ....Free. 

Cane Juice, g of a ct. p. lb. & 2.5 p. c. ad val. 

Canvas for manf. of floor oil-cloth, not less than 13 ft. wide 

and not pressed or calendered ...^.Free. 

Carbolic Oil used!^ in manf. of wood, block pavement and of 

wood for buildings and railroad ties, .... Free. 

Carj'a^es of travellers and carriages laden with merchan- 
dise, and not to include circus troupes or 
hawkers, — Under regulation and restriction of M. C. 



Cassia, ground. 

Casts, as models for the use of schools of designs, 
Caoiitchouf, immanufactured, . . ' . . . . 

Cement, marine, unground, .... .... 

Cement, hydraulic, .... 

Cheese, .... .... 

Cheese, produce of B. N. A. Piovinces, Free under reg. of (x. in C-. 

Chicory or other root or vegetable used as coffee, raw or 

green, ;... .... .... 3 cts. per lb. 

Chicory, kiln dried, roasted or ground, '..'■.'.■■■■ ' ''■^. . A cts. per lb. 

Chinese Blue, .... .... .... Free. 

Church Bells, Free. 



. . .25p. c. adval. 
. Free. 
.Free. 
. Free. 
. Free. 
3 cts. p. lb. 



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New Market Hall 

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50 cts. a lb. 



(^ig.ara, 

Cinnamon, 

Citrons, and rinds of — in brine for candying, 

Clays,... 

Clothing, donations of, for charitable institutions. 

Clothing, for tke use of the Army and Navy, 

Coal and Coke, 

Coal Oil, distilled, jnu-ified and refined, .... 

Cocoa, bean and shell, .... 

(^ocoanut Oil, in its natural state, . . ; . 

Cocoa paste, from G. Britain & B. N. A. Provinces, 

Coffee, green, 

Coffee, ground or roasted, .... ' . . . . 

Coffee from U. S. ,.. .... .... 

Coin and bullion, except U. S. coin, .... 

Coin, base or ci>unterfeit, .... 

Collar cloth paper, 

Cologne Water or i)erfumed spirits, not in flasks, 

Do. do. when in fiasks or bottles not containing more 

than 4 ozs. , 25p.c. adval 

Communion plate, Free. 

Copper, in pigs, bars, rods, bolts and sheets, and sheathing. Free. 

S1.50 



and 20 p. c. ad val. 

25 p. c. ad. val 

Free. 

Free. 

Free. 

Free. 

Free. 

15 cts. 

. . Free. 

. . Free. 

. . Free. 

..2 cts. 

..3 cts. 

. . Free. 

..Free. 

. . Prohibited. 

. . Free. 



a gal. 



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.!?1.50agal. 



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(Jordials, 

(^ork wood, .... 

<<\)x\i wood Lark, 

< 'ord.'ige, .... .... .... 

Cotton, nettin;j, for India nibber shoes and gloves 

Cotton Warp, not coarser than No. 40, .... . . 

Cotton Thread, in hanks colored and unfinished, Nos, 
and 4 ply, white not under No. 20 yarn. 

Cotton thread on .sjiools, do., 

Do. No. (3 ply, .... 

Cotton waste, 

Cotton wool, .... 

Cranks for steamboats worked in the rough. 

Do. mills do. do. 

Cream of Tartar ia crystals, .... 

Crude petroleum, .... 

Currant wine, 

Diamonds, unset, 

Drain Tiles, . . . . .... "" . . 

Drawings, not in oil, .... 

Duck, for belting and hose, 

Earths, 

Eggs, ^ 

Elder wine, 

Electrotype blocks, for printing purjioses, 

Emery, .... 

Farmmg implements and utensils when imported by agri- 
cultural societies, for encouragement of agricul- 
ture Free. 

Felt for hats and boots, 10 p. c. ad val 

Felt for gloves, 10 p. c. ad val 

Fibre, Mexican, .... Free. 

Fibre, vegetable, for manufacturing purposes, Free. 

Fibrilla .... ....Free. 



p. gal. 

. . Free. 

. .Free. 

. .5p.c. ad val. 

. .10 P.O. adval. 

.. 174 p cad val. 

3 

. .IZipcadval. 
. . .17|pcadval. 
... 10 p c ad val. 
...Free. 
. . . Free. 
. . . Free. 
. . . Free. 
. . . Free. 
. . .6c. a gallon. 
. . . 30c. a gal. 
. . . Free. 
. . . Free. 
. . . Free. 
. . . Free. 
. . . Free. 
. . . Free. 
. . . 30c. p. gal. 
. . . Free. 
Free. 



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Fire bricks, .... Free. 

Fire clay, ....;;> .... v . .,"» Free. 

Fire wooti, ' .'...-•■..;.; l''''ee. 

Fish, fresh, not to include oy.ster« or lobsters in tins or ke;,'^, Free. 

Fish bait, . . . . Free. 

Fish hooks, nets and seines, lines and twine, .... Free. 

Fish oil, .... .... .... ....Free. 

Fi-h, salted or smoked, ..... 1 cent per lb. 

Fish of all kinds, produce of B. N. A. Provinces, Free, subject to 

rey. of G. in C. 

Flax seed, .... .... Free. 

Flax waste, Free. 

Flax, undressed, . .. . .... Free. 

Flour of wheat and rye and all other grains, . . . .Free. 

Fresh, smoked and salted meats, i»r»tduce of J>. N. A. 

Provinces, .... Free, subject to rej.'. of G. in C. 



Fruits, green of all kinds, .... 

Fruits, preserved in brandy or other spirits, 

Furs, undre.'^sed, ... .... .... 

Galvanized iron,.. . . .... 

Gems, .... .... .... 

Geneva, .... .... .... 

Gin,. .. .... .... .... 

Ginger, .... ... .... 

Ginger wine and gooseberry wine, .... 

Glass paper and glass cloth, .... .... 

Gold beater's skin, .... .... 

Grain of all kinds, .... 

Gravels, .... .... 

(irease and grease scrap, .... .... 

Green and dried fruits, gi'owth and produce of B. N 



Free. 
....$1.50 a gal. 
. . . . Free. 
. ... 5 p. c. ad val. 

Free. 

$1 a gallon. 

.... $1 a gallon. 
. . . . 2.5 p c ad val. 
. . . .30c. a gallon. 

10 i> c ad val. 

Free. 

. . ..Free. 
....Free. 

, . . Free. 

A. 

inC. 



Provinces, .... Free under re.'jf. of G. 

Gum copal, damar, mastic, shandarac and shellac, Free. 

Gutta Perch.*?; unmanufactured, Free. 

(iypsum, not ground or calcined, .... ....Free. 

Gyj>sum, produce of B. N A, Provinces, Free iuiderreg. .^f G. inC. 

Hau", human, goat, angola, tii»bet, horse, hog and mohair, 

unmanufactured, .... .... ... Free. 

Hair, curled, Free. 

Hay, 10 p c ad val. 

Hay, produce of B. N. A. Provinces, Free under reg. of G. in C. 

Hemp, undressed, S'ree. 

Hides, Free. 

Hoop skirt manufacture, articles for (crinoline thread for 

covering crinoline wire) clatips of tin and brass, 

slides, simngles and slotted tapes, and flat or 



round wire uncovered, 
Hoop iron, .... .... 

Hops, .... 

Hops, growth B. N. A. Provinces, 

Horns, .... 

Indigo, .... .... 

Indian corn, .... .... 

Indi.an meal, 

Indian rubber, unmaniffactured, 
Ivory nuts, 



. Free. 

.... .... .5 p c ad val. 

.... .... 5 cts. per lb. 

Free, subject to rep. of G. in C. 

Free. 

Free. 

... .Free. 

'5 *-.;!•' ; f* Free. 

* Free. 

Free. 



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110 



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[1879. 



Ivory, unmanufactuie>.l, 

Junk, .... .... 

Kelp, 

Kerosene oil, tUatilled, purified and refined, 

Kryolite, 

Lakes, scarlet and Afaroon, in pulp. 
Lard, 



. Free. 
. Free. 
. Free. 

. 1.5 cts. a gal. 
. Free. 
.. do. 
. Ic. per lb. 



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Lead, in sheet or pig, Free. 



lOp.c. adval. 

, . 30c. a gal. 
. Free. 

. .17ipcadval. 
.Free, 
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Leather, sole and upper. 

Lemon Wine, _ _ 

Lemons and rinds of, in brine, for candying, 

Linen m-^ chine Thread, 

Litharge, _ 

Lithogi'aphic stones, .... .... 

Locomotives and railway passenger, baggage and freight 
cars, running upon any line of road crossing the fron- 
tier, so long as Canadian Locomotives and Cars are 
admitted free under similftr circumstances in the 

United States, ^ 

Locomotive engine frames, Rxles, cranks, hoops, iron or 
steel for tires of wheels bent and welded, crank axles, 
])i8ton rods, guide and slide bars, crank pins, connect- 
ing rods, — lOp.c. adval 

Lumber, plank and sawed, of mahogany, ro'-ewood, wal- 
nut, cherry and chestnut and pitch i)ine, 

Lumber of all kinds, round hewed but not otherwise man- 
ufactured in whole or part, growth of B. N. A. Pro- 
vinces, Free, subject to Reg. of G. in C. 

Mace, , 2.5 p. c. adval. 

: Machinery for Mills and Factories of kinds which are not 

j manufactured in the Dominion, .... lOn.c. ad val. 

' Machine silk twist 17| pcad val. 

I Malt, .... 2^ c. per ib. 

I Manilla Grass, .... .... .... Free. 

Manure, .... .... .... .... do. 

Marble, in blocks unwi'ought or sawn on two sides only, 

or slabs sawn at least two edges unwrought, do. 

I Meal of any grain, do. 

I Meats, fresh, salted or smoked, .... 1 c. per lb. 

; ; Medals, . . . ^Free. 

1 Mela do, or concentrated Melado, ■ gc. per lb. and 25 p. c. ad val. 

{ Menageries, horses, cattle, and harness of, — Under regulation to be 
I _ ^ prescribed by M. C. 

i Metallic Oxides, dry, ground or underground, wash ; .1 or 

j unwashed, not calcined, .... Free. 

I Military Stores for Army and Navy Ex. fm duty. 

j Mineralogy, specimens of, ^ .... do. 

j Models, .... ' do. 

; Molasses, concentrated, gof a c. p. lb. and 25 p c ad val. 

i Molasses, if used for refining puriwses or for the mauufac- 

[ ture of sugar, 73c. p lOOlb. 

! Molasses, if not so used, .... 25 p c ad vid. 

j Mosses, for upholstery purposes, Free. 

i Musical Instruments for Bandit for Amy and Navy Ex. fm duty. 

I Nails, composition, ....Free 



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[1879. 



Nails, sheathing, .... .... Free. 

Nail and spike roil, round, square and flat, 5 ]i c ad val. 

Naptha, .... 15c. i>er gal. 

Natural History, Hi)ecinieiiH of, .... ... .Free, 

Nitre, .... do. 

Nutmeg'*, do, .... 25 p c 

Nuts, when chiefly used in dyij% .... 25p c ail val. 

Oakum, .... .... .... Free. 

Oats and Oatmeal, .... .... .... do, 

Ochrert, dry, ground, or nnground, washed, or unwashed, 

not calcined, . .... do. 

Old Tom, .... .... .... ....$1 per gal. 

Oil Cake, .... .... .... ....Free. 

Oil used in the manufiicture of wood block pavement, and 

of wood for building and rwlway ties, do. 

OilH, viz. : coal and kerosene distilled, purifitMl and re- 

fineil, Naptha, Benzole and Petroleum, coal, whale, 

lignite, not otherwise specified, and under petroleum,. Gc. p, w, gnl. 
Oranges, and rinds of, in brine for candying, .... ]<'ree. 

Orange Wine, .Wc. a gal. 

Ores of metals of all kinds, .... .... Free, 

Osiers, ^ .... .... .... do. 

Paintings in oil, by artists of well known merit, or copies 

of the old masters by such artists, .... .... Free, 

Palm oil in its natural state, .... .... do, 

Paris and permanent greens, .... do. 

Peas, ... .^ . . . ._ do. 

Pelts, , . .' do. 

Pepper, ground, 25 p c ad val. 

Perfumery, not otherwise specified, .... .... 25 p c ad vnl. 



Perfumed and fancy soaps, 
Perfumed spirits not in flasks, 
Perfumed spirits in flasks. 
Philosophical Instruments 
schools, &c., .... 

Phosphorus, ... 

Pig Iron, 

Pimento, ground, 

Pine oil in its natural state. 

Pipe Clay, 

Pitch, 

Plants, .... .... 

Plants, growth i>f B. N. 



A. Provinces, 



Plaster of Pari.s, not ground or calcined, 

Playing Cards, 

Plush, for hatters' use and for gloves. 

Potatoes, .... .... 

Potatoes, growth of B. N. A. Provinces, 



25 p c ad val. 
$1.20 p. gai. 
Ic. p. flask, 
and a^tparatus, for use of 

.... .... .... Free. 

do. 

.... do. 

25 p c ad val. 

Free. 

dr, 

. . do. 

lOpc ad val. 

Free, subject to reg. 
i ' t of G. in (.'. 

Free. 

25 pcad val. 

10 p c ad val. 

lop cad val. 

Free, subject to reg. 

of G, in V. 



Poultry, growth of B. N. A. Provinces, Free, subject to reg. 

of a. in ('. 
Porter, . . . .10 p c ad val. and 5c. p gal, in flasks, 7c. do, in bottlen. 

Preciotjs stones, unset, .... Free. 

Precipitate of Copper, .... | . " ' ' ' ] do. ' 

Printing Ink, ■''.'. '''] ^loi 

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1). gal. 



ProduotH of petroleum, cuhI, Hhalu and lignite, not othor- 

wine Hpecified,.. . . .... .... .... 10c. 

ProductH of AhI) and of nil (»ther crcnturcH living in water, 
growth autl jHoduce of B. N. A. ProvincoH, .... 

Free, H\il>jt'ct to irg. of CJ. in C. 
Proprietary niedioinen, or any medicine or preparation ot 
which the receipt' in kept secret, recommended 1)V ad- 
vcrtiHement, hill or label for the relief or euro of any 

disorder or ailment .... . . . .25 j) c a<l val. 

Prunella, 10 j) c ad val. 

RagH, ^ Flee. 

Railroad bars and pigs, wrought iron or Kteel chaiuH, 

wrought iron or steel fish plates, and car axles, .... Free. 



RaHpberry Wine, 
attan, for cliair makers, .... 

Red Lead, dry, .... .... 

Refined Petroleum, .... 

Rennet, .... 

Rice, '*....' 

Rod iron, . . : 

Rolled Plate Iron, 

Roots, medicinal, in their natural state. 
Rosin, .... .... 

R"in, .... 

Rum Shrub, .... .... 

Rj;e, 

Sail cloth or canvass from No. 1 to No. 0, 

Sal Ammoniac, .... .... 

Sal soda, .... 

Salt, , . , , . 

Saltpetre, .... 

Sand, ..... 

Satin and fine washed white, 
Scheidam Schnapps, .... 

Scrap iron, ..... 

Sculpture, specimens of, 

Sea Grass, .... .... 

Seeds of all kinds, not classed as cereals, 
Seeds, produce of B. N. A. Provinces, 



Settlers' effects of every description, in actual use, not 
being merchandit'e, brought by persons umking oath 
that they intend becoming permanent settlers within 
the Dominion, .... Special exempticm from duty. 

Shafts for mills and steamboats in the rough Free. 

Sheet iron, .... 5 p. c. ad val. 

Ships binnacle lamps, do. 

" blocks and patent brushes for bh^cks, do. 

" bunting, do. 

" cables, iron chain, over one- half of an inch shackled 

or swiveled, or not, .... Free. 

" compasses, 5 p. c. ad val. 

" dead, .... .... do. 

" dead lights, ....... do. 

" deck plugs, - . do. 

" knees, iron, . ^ do. 

" masts or partsi of iron, * Free. 

" pumps and pump gear, 5 p, c. ad val. 



.'^c. per gal. 

Free. 

Free. 

l.'ic. per gal. 

I'ree. 

Ic. per lb. 

5 ]).c. ad val. 

.... do. 

Free. 

.... do. 

... .81 i»er gal. 

....*1.50p. gal. 

Free. 

... .5 J), c. ad val. | 

Free. 

do. 

.... do. 
.... do. 
.... do. 
.... do. 
....§1.50 p. gal. 

Sp.c. ad val. 

Free. 

.... do. 

10 p cad val. 

Free, under reg. or G. in V. 



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Ships ridei-s, iron, 

" shackles, r. .... 

" sheaves, -i' ,- .... 

" signal lamps, .... 

" steering apparatus, .... 

" travelling trucks, 

" wedges, '■ • . • • ' • 

" wire riggiiig, .; 

Shrubs, ..;'.. v«< 

Skins, undressed, .... 

Silk, raw, .... .... 

Silks, twists, .... .... 

Slate, .... 

Snuff, .... 

Soap, common, ... . .... 

Soda ash, .... 

Soda caustic .... 

Soda, nitrate of, 

Soda, silicate of, .... 

Sparkling wines, 

Spelter, in blocks, sheets or pigs. 

Spikes, composition, .... 
Spikes, galvanized iron, 



5 per cent. 

do. 

.... do. 
• .... do. 

do. 

do. 

4o. 

■ ' Free. ' 

.. lOp.c. advjal. 

Free. 

.... do. 

17^pcadval. 

Free. 

25c. a lb and 12i p c ad val. 

2c. per lb. 

Free. 

.... do. 

.... do. 

.... do. 

....$1.2r)iiergal. 

Free. 

.... do. 
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Tafla, 

Tails, undressed. 

Tallow, 

Tallow, produce of B. N. A. 

Tampico, white and black, 

Tanners' bark, 

Tar, 

Tea, green or Japan, 

Tea, black, .... 

Tea, imported from U. S., 

Teasels, .... 



ad val. 



Spirits and strong waters imported into Canada, mixed 
with any ingredient or ingredients, and although 
thereby coming under tlie denomination of proprietary 
medicines, tinctures, essences, extracts or any other 
denominations, shall be, nevertheless, deemed spirits 
or strong watere, and subject to duty as such, . . . .$1.50 p. gal. 
S])irits and strong Avaters imported into Canada, .... do. 

Starch, 2c. per lb. 

Steel, wrought or cast in bars and rods, .... .... Free. 

Steel plates cut to any form but not moulded, do. 

Stereotype blocks, for printing purposes, .... do. •• 

Stone, unwrought, do. 

Straw, .... .... 10 J) c ad val. 

Straw, growth of B. N. A. Provinces, — Free, subject to reg. of ii. in C. 
Strav/berry wine, .... .... .... 30c. a gal. 

Straw plaits, Tuscan and grass, fancy, .... Free. 

Sugar, equal to or above No. 0, Dutch, — -Ic. i)er lb. and 25 j). c. ad vaL 
Sugar, below No. 9, Dutch standard, -^ of ac. per lb. <and25pc ad val. 

Sugar cj«idy and onfectiunery, Ic. per lb. and 25 per cent, ad val. 

Sulphur, in roll or flour, .... ....Free. 

Syrup, of sugar cane, molasses or sorgum, .... 

-^g of a c. p. lb. and 25 p. c. ad val. 

.... $1.50 p. gal. 

.... .... .... Free. 

... ^ ^ .... ' .. ..lo. p. lb. 

Proviiices, — Free, subj. to reg. of G. in C. 

Free. 

.... do. 
.... do. 
....r)c. p. lb. 

.... 5c. p. lb. 

Free. 

.... do. 



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Tin, iu bar, blocks, ])ig or granulated, 
Tobacco, unmanufactured, .... 

Tobacco, manufactured, 

Tow, undressed, .... 

Tree nails, .... 

Trees, .... 

Trees, giowth of B. N. A. Provinces,- 
Travellers baggage, 



— Free, subject to reg. of G in C 

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.... do. 
25c. p. lb. and 12c. od val. 

Free. 

.... .... do. 

10 p c ad val. 

-Free, subject to reg, of G inC. 
Exempt under reg. of M. of Co. 



Tubes and piping, of brass, copper or iron, drawn, . . . . 17^ p cad val. 

(There is a drawbaclc of the duty on tubes when used in boilers.) 

Turpentine, other than spirits of, Free. 

Type, 5 p c atl val. 

Type metal, in blocks or pigs, Free. 

IJnenumerated spirits and strong waters . . . .i^l.SO p. gal. 

Union collar cloth jiajjcr, .... .... Free. 

Varnish, black and bright, .... do. 

Vegetable Fibres, .... .... .... do. 

Vegetables, when chiefly used in dyeing, .... .... 10 p c ad val. 

Vegetables (including potatoes and other roots), 

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Vegetables, &c. , produce of B. N. A. Provinces, .... Free. 

Veneeiing of wood or ivory, .... do. 

Vinegar, .... .... .... 10c. p. 

Vitriol, blue, Free. 

Weaving of train silk for making elastic webbing, .... do. 

Weaving or train cotton for making elastic webbing, .... do. 

Whale oil, in the casks from on ship board, and in the 

condition in which it was first landed, Free. 

Wheat, -:...... .... .... do. 

Whittkey,- r. ;.;v ' $1 p. gal. 

Whitelead, di-v. . . . . , .... «: Free. • 

Whiting or \wiitening, . . . .• /. . . •;•••• tl<>. 

Willow for basket makers, do. 

Wines of all kinds, containing less than 20 per cent, of 

alcohol, and not worth more than 40c. per gallon, .... 30c. p. gal. 

Other wines, except sparkling, .... ... .GOc. p. gal. 

Wire of brass or copper, round or flat, .... ... .Free. 

Wires, iron, galvanized or not, except for wire rigging, 5 p. c. ad val. 

Wood of all kinds, wholly unmanufactured, . . . .Free. 

Woods unmanufactured in dyeing, .... do. 

Wool, .... .... do. 

Woollen netting for India rubber shoes or gloves, .... 10 p c ad val . 

Wool waste, ... .... .... Free. 

Yellow metal, in bolts, bars, and for sheathing, do. 

Zinc, white, dry, do. 

Zinc, in sheets, block and pigs, .... .... do. 

All bottles, flasks, jars, &c. and all other vessels capable 
of holding liquids ; crates containing glass or earthen- 
... ware, packages iri which goods are commonly placed -^-r. *^ '' 
for hone consumption, in cases where they contain ' ' ' ' 
g«)ods, subject to an ad valorem duty, shall be held to 
be a part of the market value of such goods for duty. 
When they ccmtain goods subject to specific duty such V 
packages to be charged 17i per cent.— And all goods -* 
not enumerated as chargetl with any other duty, or 
declar ed to be free of duty, 17Jpcad val. 



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Shingle bolts, 
Stave boltn, 
Oak logs, 
Spruce loy8, 
Piue logs, 



EXPORT DUTIES. 

§1 pex" cord of 128 cubic ft. 

$1 per cord. 

'...$2pM. feet. 
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Malt, per lb., 2 " 

Siiuff, gi'ound diy, per lb., - 

Tobacco, Canadian Twist, Tabac blanc entorquette, per lb., 

Fine Cut, per lb., 

Cavendish, Plug Twist, and all other manufactured To 
bacco not before described, per lb., ' ... 

Cigars (subject to an abatement or allowance for moistun* in cal 
culatlng the weight for duty, to be fixed by Order in Council) 
per lb. 40 ♦' 

Any fermented beverage made in imitation of beer or malt liquor, 
and brewed in the whole or in part from any other substance 
than malt, per gallon, Si " 

Vinegar (imp)., ^.8 6.10 

UCENSE PEES. -Vf^' 

Distillera License, : . $2.50.10 

Rectifier do 250.00 

Malsters License, 1st class, , . 200.00 

do. do. 2nd do . ; 150 00 

do. do. .3rd do ' . 100.00 

do. do. 4th do 50.00 

Brewei'S do 50.00 

Tobacco Manufacturers License, ........ 50.00 

Bonded Manufacturei-s, do. . . . . \ . ■' , ■ . .W.OO 

Compendus License, . 50.00 



Table of Stamp Duties. 






stamps required on Notes, Drafts, or Bills of Exchange executed singly:— 

Under 325, . „•. - . , . , . . , . .. . . Free. 

For $26, " . . ■■ . - . .- . ' 1 ^ . . 'leent. 

For $50 and over f 25, . . . . . . .2 cents. 

For $100 and over $50, . . . . . . .3 cents. 

For each additional *100, ....... .3 cents. 

For each additional fraction of f 100, . . . . .3 cents. 

On Drafts or Bills of Exchange in Duplicate:— 

ForSlCO 2 cents. 

For eacli additional. . . . . ... .2 cents. 

For each additional fraction of $100, . . . ' . .2 cents. 

On Drafts or Bills of Exchange in more parts taan two : 
For every $100, . . . . . . ■ 

For each additional $100, . . , . . 

Intere.st made payable at the maturity of any Bill, etc., 
as part of the principal sum. 

Stamps must be cancelled at the time of affixing the same, by writing or 
stamping thereon the date. 

The Stamps for Notes, &c., to be alftxed by the maker or drawer; and in 
case of any Draft or Bill of Exchange drawn out of the Dominion, by the 
acceptor or fli-st drawer. 



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HOSPITALS AND ASYLUMS. 

Wiggins' Male Orphan Asylum— Governors : Rev Canon Scovil. President; 
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FAKES. 

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MABONIC. 



ST. MARTINS AND UPHAM RAILWAY CO. 

John F. Hherwnod, President. 
.Tohn Bmdy, Hecretary-Treasurer. 

Wn>. Titus, E<lward Nugent, Frant'is Porter, Jr., Jeme Tabor, Stephen 
O. Fowler, DirectorH. 

Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and 
Accepted Masons. 

OFFICERS OF THE M. W. GRAND LODGE. 

M. W. Grand Master, Robert Marshall, . . .St. John. 

R. W. Deputy Grand Master, . . .Hon. Bjn. R. Stevenson. ,Ht. Andrews. 
R. W. Senior Grand Warden, . . .Rev. Francis Partridge,. Rothesay 



R. W. Junior Grand Warden, . . .Charles N. Scott, 

V. W. Grand Chaplain Rev. Donald Macrae, 

V. W. Grand Treasurer .lames McNichol, jun. 

V. W. Grand Secret'Viy Wm. F. Bunting, . . 

W. Senior Grand Deacon, . . .Geo. E. Fairweather, 
W. Junior Grand Deacon, . . .Robert J. McAdoo. . 
W. (Jrand Director Cfrremoniea, .Freeman W. Wisdom, 
W. Asst. G. Director Ceremonies,, George E. Perkins, . 
W. Grand Sword Bearer, . . .George B. Hegan, 
W. Grand Standard Bearer, . . .George Kilnap, . . . 

W. Grand Organist Edward J. Sheldon. . 

W. Grand Pursuivant, Charles U. Ilanford, . 



W. Grand Stewanl, 

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.John H. Rose, 

.James Saundei"s, . . 

.Charles H. Masters, . 

• Charles H. Sherwood, 

.William A. Park, . . 

.William Sadler, . . 

.William E. Skillen, . 

.Samuel H. McKee, jun.,.Fredericton. 

.Charles J. Henderaon, .St, John. 

.Bathurst. 

.Dalhousie. 

.Hampton. 



.Woodstock. 
.Portland. 
.St. John. 
.St. John. 
.St. John, 
.St. John. 
.St. John. 
.St. John. 
.St. John. 
.St. John. 
.South Bay. 
.St. John. 
.St. Stephen. 
.St. John. 
.St. John. 
.Hampton'Stn. 
.Newcastle. 
.St. John. 
.St. Martina. 



GeorgaH. Qremley, 
.Henry A. Johnson, 
.Allen McN. Travis, 
Grand Tyler, Dingee Scribner, . . .St. John. 

Board of General Purposes.— M. W. Robert Mai-shall, Grand Master; 
R. W. B. Lester Petei-s, Past Grand Master; R. WrWiUiam Wedderburn, 
Past Grand Master; R. W. Robert Gowan, Past Gi-and Master; R. W. John 
V. Ellis, Pa.st Grand Master: R. W. Robert T. Clinch, Past Grand Master: 
R. W. Benjamin R. Stevenson, Deputy Grand Master (President); R. W. 
Francis Partridge, Senior Grand Warden; R. W. Charles N. Scott, Junior 
Grand Warden; V. W. William F. Bunting, (Jrand Secretary; R. W. Edward 
Willis, V. W. James McNichol, Jun.. W. J. Hemy Leonard, W. T. NLsbet 
Robertson, R. W. John Richards. W. Andrew J. Stewart. W . Henry J. 
Thorne, R. W. Henry Duffell, W. William J. Logan, R. W. David Main. 

LODGES. 

Albion Lodge No. 1.— Meets first Friday in each month, at the Masonic 
Hall, St. John. Thomas Walker, W. M. T. Nisbet Robertson, Secretary. 

St. John's Lodge, No. 2.— Meets first Tuesday in each month, at the Ma- 
sonic Hall, St. John. Geoi'ge B. Hegan, W. M. Hiram G. Betts, Secretary. 
! Hibornia Lodge, No. .3.— Meets second Tuesday in each month, at the 
: Masonic Hall, St. John. Charles J. Henderson, W. M. David S. Stewart, 
j Secretary. 

I Sussex Lodge No. 4.~Meet8 Thursday on or after each full moon, nt 
! Dorchester, Westmorland (>ounty. Edmund A. Charters, W. M. Alfretl E. 
j Oulton, Secretary. 

St. Mark's Lodge, No. 5.— Meets first Thursday in each month, at St. 
I Andrews, Charlotte County. James Vroom, W. M. George F. Stickney, 
j Secretary. 



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Kt. Martin'rt liOdpo, No. W.— Moots fli-Ht. WodiieHilay in I'ncli mouth, nt St. 
Martins. Ht. .J.ilin County. William 10, KI{ilU«n, W. M. Jont'ph E. Kkilh-n, 
Sfcrt'taiy. 

riiMijuinln LodfTo. No. 81.— MoctH first Tuesday In each month, at Andover, 
Victoria County. Thomas BeveiidRO, W. M. Klclmrd W. L, Tibbitts, 
Secretary. 

Cainphcllton IiOdi<t». No. 32.— Meets second Thursday In eaeh month, at 
Cumnbellton, KesiiKouuhe County. Robert M. Stevens, W. M. John Mc- 
Kendrlok, KecTt'tary, 

Alexandria Lodf^e. No. 3.'i— Meets first Tuesday In each month, at St. 
Mary's, York County.J James Boouo, W. M. Edyar Hanson/yticretory, 



Carh'ton R. A. Chapter, No, 41.- Registry of Scotland -Meets third Wed- 
nay in each month, at Freemason's Hall, St. John. Jamen Adam, Prin- 
cipal Z. T. Nisbet Robertson. Scribe E. 

New Brunswick R. A, (piapter.— Meets on the first Tuesday in each 
month, at Freemasons' Hall, St. John. Andrew J. Stewart, Principal Z. 
David S. Stewart, Scribe E. 

Union R. A. Chapter. No. 81.— Rep:istry of Scotland— Meets on the fourth 
Tuesday in each month, at Freemasons' ITall, Carleton. V/illiam Dun- 
lave.v. Princij'al Z. E. .f. Wetmore, Scril)c K. 

Frcdericton R. A. Chapter.- Meets on the third Wednesday in each 
month, at Fredericton. A. Burchill, Principal Z. A. F. Street, Scribe E. • 

Mount Leltanon R. A. Chapter.— Meets on the third Wednesday in each 
month, at Chatham. 

St. Stephen R. A. Chapter.— Meets on the second Wednesday in each 
month, at St. Stephen. 

Botsford. R. A. Chapter.— Meets on the third Monday in each month, at 
Moncton. (leorsc H. Pick. Principal Z. R. F. Boyer, Scribe E. 

Encampment of St. John, Religious and Military Order of the Temple.— 
Meets on the second Wednesday in each month, at Freemasons' Hall, St. 
John. F. W. Wisdom, N. & E. C. 

Union DeMolay Encampment K. T. and K. M.— Meets on the fourth 
Thuraday in each month, at Freemasons' ITall, St. John. S, F. 3Iatthews, 
Commander. W. E. Everett, Registrar. 

firand Council of Royal and Select Masters.- Meets annually in August, 

at Freemasons" Hall, St. John. D. R. Munro. M. P. Grand Master. 

, Grand Recorder. 

t;arleton Council Royal and Select Masters.- Meets at Freemasons' Hall, 
Carleton. John V. Ellis, Master. Andrew ¥. Andrews, Recorder. 

McLeod, Moore Conclave, No. 13, of the Imperial, Ecclesiastical, and 
Militarj"- Order of Knights of the Red Cross of Rome and Constantine. 
Roliert Marshall, Inspector General for the Province of New Brunswick. 
S. F. Matthews, Sovereign. W. E. Everett, Registrar. Meets at Fiee- 
maaons' Hall, St. John, on the fourth Thursday in each month. 

The Union De-JIolay Sanctuary of Knights of the H. S. Registry of Eng- 
land. S. F. Matthews, Sovereign. W. E: Everett, Registrar. 

Provincial (irand Lodge of the Royal Order of Scotland.— Meets first 
Wednesday in February, May, August and November, at Freemasons' 
Hall. St. iTohn.— B. Lester Peters, Provincial Grand Master. T. Nisbet 
Robertson, Provincial Grand Secretaiy. 

St. John Lodge of Perfection, 14", Registiy of Canada.— Meets at the Free- 
masons Hall, St. John, every fourth Friday in March, June, Sept. and Dec, 
John V. Ellis, ;W°, T. P. M. ; W. E. Vroom, 32", Secretary. 

Hamngton Chapter of So v. P. of Rose Croix, H. R. D. M., 18°, Registiy of 
Canada. Meets at Freemasons Hall, St. John, every fourth Friday in Feb- 
niary. May, Au^ist and November. B. Lester Peters, 33", M. W. S. ; W. J. 
Logan. 3:r , Registrar. 

New Bninswick Sovereign Consistory, 33°, P. P. S., on the Registry of the 
S. C. of Canada: Meets at Freemasons Hall, St. John, in January, April. 
July and October. D. R. Munro, 3:3", Commander ; Wm. J. Logan, >i'^\ 
Registrar. 



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Master, Wni. J. Pui-kill, Randwick, Out. Grand Chaplain, Rev. Abraham 
Dawson, Loujjhbom Grand Se(:rjetftry,. Thomas Keyes, Esq., Regve, St. 
Cathefifles". GuflintrTreaainifir, Capt. Win. Andferapn, J. P.,JllIounxain View. 
Grand '.Lecturer, Johh. Glauseu,. Esq.; Aylmenr.- Grand Director of 
Ceremonies, \Vm. "White, Esq., Tweed. D. G. Secretary, Wm. Heeney, 
Esq., Sl^ Catherines. J). G. Treasurer, AYm. JbhiiBon, E«q.,Bellvllle. .K G. 

■ Lecturers, Major John Hoey, J. P., Hosemont. Wm. Henderson, J. P., Port 

Granby. - r- - - r • . .. 

R. W. GRAXD LODGET or NlSW BTtVKSWlCK. 

R. W. Grand Mast«r. Edward Willis, M. P. P., St. John, N. B. Deputy 

tmpd Masters. W. AVilson, Esq., York County, and A. Cleland, St. Stephen, 
iJU Gi^and Chaplain, Rev. John Todd, Sussex, N. B. R. W. Grand 
treasurer, Samuel DeVenne, Sf.. J. P., St. John, N. B. R. W. Grand 
Secretary, A» G. Blakslee, Tobique. Grand Lecturer, James Elliott, St. 
John. Grand Director of Ceremonies, Thomas Scott, St. John. 



Knights of Pythias. 



Officers op the Sttukme Lodgk Knights of Pythias. — Hon. S. 
S. Davis, of New Hampshire, Sitting Supreme Chancellor. D. A. Woodruflf, 
of Georgia, Supreme Chancellor. D. W. Lindsej', of Maryland, Supreme 
Vice Chancellor. W. Bruce Thompson, of Tennessee, Suprone Prelate. 
Joseph Dawdall, of Ohio. Supreme Keener of R. and S. Jos. B. Stumph, 
of Indiana, Supreme M. of E. Robin Williams, of Maine, Supreme M. A. 
J. M. Fisher, of Colorado, Supreme J. G. J. W. Thompson, of the District 
of (;)olumbia, Supreme O. G. 

Deputy Supreme Chancellor for the Province of New' Bi-unswick -John 
R. Armstrong, St. John, N. B. 

LODGES OF NEW BRUNSWICK. ' 

New Brunswick Lodge, No. 1, St. John, N. B. 
Cnion Lodge, No. 2, St. John, N. B. 
Wefjtmorland Lo<lge, No. 3, of Moncton. N. B. 
Frontier Lodge, No. 4, of Saint Stephen, N. B. 

Independent Order Odd Fellows, 

R. W. Grand Lodge of the Lower Provinces of B. N. A. will hold its next 
Annual Communication in S*. John, N. B., on the second Tuesday in 
August, 1879. •" 

Oii-FicEKS.— Gilbert Murdoch, St. John, N. B., M. W. Grand Master. Kar- 
ris VanBlarcom, Annapolis, N. S., R. W. Deputy Grand Master. Thomas 
W. TurnbuU, Vale Colliery, R. W. Grand Warden. J. C. P. Frazee, Halifax. 
I,. S., B. W. Grand Secretary. H. A. Taylor, P. G. M., Halifax, N. S., R. W. 
Grand Treasurer. Robert Hockin, Pictou, N. S., and Frank Graham, Hal- 
ifax, N. S., R. W. Gr nd Representatives to the Grand Lodge U. S. Nelson 
A. Cliff, iFredericton, N. B., W. Grand Marshal. W. A. Moore, Portland, 
N. B., W. Grand Conductor. W. M. McLean, St. John, N. B., W. Grand 
Guardian. Fredk. L. Hea, St. John, N. B., W. Grand Herald. W. M. 
Weatherspoon, Granville Ferry, N. S., W. Grand Chaplain. 

Membei-ship June 30th, 1878, 2057. Total receipts of Lodges for year 
ending June 30th, 1878. $11,659.68. Amount paid for Relief, S2,0W.3a. 
Totalassetsof Lodges, $23,128.75. 

LODGES Iff NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Pioneer Lodge, No. 9, St. John, N. B. Meets on Friday. 
Beacon Lodge, No. 12, St. John, N. B. Meets on Tuesday. 
Victoria Lodge, No. 13, Fredericton, N. B. Meets on Wednesday 
Peerless Lodge, No. 19, Portland. N. B. Meets on Wednesday 
Riuce Albert Lodge, -No. 86, Moncton, N. B. Meets on Wednesday 



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March, 4th V. P., Henry Cumming, 5th V. P.. John E. Irvine, Treasurer; 
Frank Smith, Secretary; J. C. Watts, Assistant Secretai-y ; \Vm. M, McLean, 
Jr., Financial Secretary. 

Carleton Reform Club.— J. Alfred Clarke, President; Elijah Ross, Jamen 
Catleton, G. T. F. Wilsou, W. J. Erviu, A. C. A, Salter, T. R. Connors, 
Vice Presidents; W. A. Adams. Secretary; A. C. A. Salter, Treasurer. 

Ray Reform Club (Mai*sh Bridge. St. John).— Georee Yeomans, President; 
Geoi-ge Hanlan, Robert Brown, Wm. J. Fitzgerald, Vice-Presidents; Henry 
J. Chittick, Secretary -Treasurer. 

GRAND DIVISION SONS OP TEMPERANCE. 

Samuel Tufts, Grand Worthy Patriarch ; John Gowland. G. W. Associate; 
S. B. Patterson, G. Scribe; E.J.Sheldon, G. Treasurer; James Hannay, 
Qrund Chaplain; J. P. French, G. Conductor; John Mealey, Grand Sentinel; 
Alexander W. Patterson. P. G. W. Patriarch. The next Session will be 
held it Moncton on the 2nd Wednesday in January, 1879, 

CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE UNION OF NEW^ BRUNSWICK. 

Spiritual Director. Rev. A. Ouellet, St. John. President, R. J. Ritchie, 
Esq., M. P. P., St. John. 1st Vice-President, John McCarty, Predericton. 
and Vice-President, P. McCaffre}'-, Esq., J. P., Woodstock. Recording 
Secretary. P. J. O'Keefe, Carleton. Cor. Secretary. J. P. McGroiy. Port- 
land. Financial Secretary, Thomas B. Foley, St. John. Treasurer, J. B. 
Daly, Poi'tland. Sergeant-at-Arms, John Donovan, Cork Settlement, Y. C. 

LOCAL DEPUTIES OK SOCIETIES. 

No. 1, St. Malachi's, St. John, P. Gleeson, Esq., J. P. No. 2, St. Dunstan's, 
Fredericton, J. E. Perks. No. 3, Father Mathew Association, St. John, P. J. 
O'Connor. No. 4, St. Pati-ick's, Carleton, Geo. Quinlan. No. 5, St. Peter's, 
Portland, Thos. Bourke. No. 6, St. Patrick's, White's Mountain, Thomas 

French. No. 7, St. Vincent DoPaul, Oromocto, . No. 8, St. 

Mary's, Kingston, Kent, Martin Lannigan. No. 9, St. Stephen, St. Stephen, 

. No. 10, St. Mai-y's, Cork Settlement, Daniel F. Crowley. No. 

11, St. Ignatius, Peteraville, C. Bariy. No. 12, St. Gertinide's, Woodstock, 
B. Lynch, Esq., J. P. No. 13, Cadets I. M. C, St. John, Jas. E. Coyle. No. 
14, St. Patrick's, Milltown, R. J. McGarrigle. No. 15, St. Patrick's, Mus- 
quash, P. P. Byrne. No. 16. St. Patrick's, Golden Grove, P. McManus. No. 
17, St. George, St. George, H. McLaughlan, M. D. No. 18, St. I'eter's Cadets, 
Portland, J. T. Burns, No. 19, St. Aloysius Association, Portland, John 

McGuire. No. 20, St. William's, Quaco, . No. 21, St. Joseph's, 

Rothesay, . No. 22, St. Patrick's Cadets, Milltown, H. McGar- 

rlg" ;. No. 23, Father Mathew, South Branch. , No. 21, St. 



No. 25, St, Thomas DeVillamoor, 



Edward's Cadets, Carleton, 

Richmond, Angus McNeill. No. 26, St Augustine, Moncton, John McManus. 

ST. malachi's total ABS'H.VENCE RELIEF 80CIE1Y. 

Spiritual Director, Rev. J. Flaherty. President, Patrick Moran. Vice 
President, Timothy Murphy. Junior Vice, Wm. J. Duun. Secretary, P. 
Gleeson, J. P. Assistant Secretary, M. J. Daley. Financial Secretary, 
Thomas B. Foley, Asst. Financial Secretary, James McManus. Treasurer, 
John McCarthy. Sergeant at Arms, Michael CuUinau. 

FATHER MATHEW ASSOCIATION, 

Chaplain, Rev. A. Ouellet. President, J. J. Duffy. 1st V. P., Timothy 
Collins. 2nd V. P., John Dollard. Recording Secretary, T. O'Brien. Fi- 
nancial Secretary, M. Kcgan. Corresponding Secretary, D, McLaughlin. 
Treasurer, C. McGourty. Librarian, M. Ilanratty. Assistant Librarian, 
J. Connolly. Conductor, J. Byrne. 

PETEIt's TOTAL ABSTINENCE RELIEF SOCIETY, PORTLAND. 

1st Vice-Pi'csident. Bernard Callahan, 2nd V. P. 
John O'Keilly, Recording Secretary. James Boden, Financial Secretaiy. 
Martin Allen, Corresponding Secretary. Michael Durick, Treasurer. Daul. 
McMonagle, Assistant Tl'ea^!urer. John Duross, Sei"^eant-at-Arms. David 
Coligan, Librarian. James George, Assistant Librarian. 

ST. ALOVSIUS, ASSOCTATION, PORTLAND. 

Spiritual Director, Rev. James McDevitt. Pi-esident, James T. Hurley. 



ST. 
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■ Secretary, D. J, Doherty. Financial Secretary, Peter Gallagher. Assistant 
! Financial Secretarj-, John Cahill. Cor. Secretary, Daniel McGowau. 
, Treasurer. John Donnelly. Librarian, Frank McGuire, Asst. Librarian, 

W. J. Crowe. Sergeant-atAnna, John O'Brien. Janitor, M. Slavin. 

CADETS OV THE IMMACULATE CONCEl'TION. 
Spiritual Director, Rev. J. O. Flaherty. President. R. S. Carleton. Ist 
V. P., J. F. Gleeson. 2nd V. P., T. O'Regan. Recording Secretary, John 
L. Carleton. Corresponding Secretary, F. A. Anglin. Financial Secretary, 
James Powers. Asst. Financial Secretaries, J. Slattery, Joseph Carney, 
P. J. Gleeson. Treasurer, W. T. Carleton. 

ST PETEU'S CADETS. 

President, P. J. Burns. 1st Vice-President, 
President, W. Hyland. Recording Secretary, 
ing Secretary, J. Kelly. Financial Secretary, 
surer, J. Boden, 



Staff of Her Majesty's Forces 

IN THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Lt. General Sir P. L. McDougall, K.:C. M. G., Halifax. 

Asst. MiUtai-y Secretary, Lt. Col. F. W. Freeraantlo. Coldstream Guards. 

Aides-de-Camp, Lt. T. C. Baxter, R. E. Lt. Hon. W. T. Elliot, 'J3rd P^egt. 

Brigade Major, Capt. J. Boughey, 62nd F. 

A. A. and Q. M. G., B. Lt. Col A. S. Cameron, 25th F. 

Town Major, Capt. R. Nagle. 

Officer Commanding Royal Artillery, Col. A. W. Drayson, R. A. 

Officer Commanding Royal Engineers, Col. J. W. Lovell, C. B. 



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OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Minister of Militia and'Defence, Hon. Lt. Col. Masson. 

Deputy Minister of Militia, &c., Lt. Col. C. E. Panay. 

General Officer Commanding, Lt. (General Sir E. Selby Smyth, K. C. M. G. 
Aide-de-Camp, E. G. Selby Smyth, HUtli Foot. 

Adjutant General at Head Quarters, Col. Walker Powell. 

Inspectors of Artillery, Lt. Col. T. B. Strange, R. A., Quebec ; Lt. Col. D. 
T. Irwin, R. A., Ontario ; Major Price James, R. A., New Brunswick, Nova 
Scotia and P. E. Island. 

MILITARY DISTRICT NO. 8, PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Deputy Adjutant General Commanding, Lt. Col. George J. Maunsell, late 
Capt. 15th Foot, 
brigade Major, Lt. Col. J. R. Macsliane. 
District Paymaster, Lt. Col. W. T. Baiid, 
District Storekeeper, Lt. Col. W. Cunard. 
Staff.- -Lt. Col. Maunsell. D. A. O. Lt. Col. Macshane, B. M. 

G2nd BATTALION. 

Lt. Col., A. Blain. Major, H. D. Likely. S. Z. Enrle, Surgeon. Capt. H. 
H, McLean, Adjutant. Bt. Major M. Vv'. Jiaher, P. M. Capt. John S. Hall, 
G. M. Capt. F. B. Hazen. Capt. W. Farren. Capt. J. Devlin. Capt. E. T. 
Sturdee. Capt. F. H. Hartt. Capt. W. Z. Earle. Lieut. W. C. Magee. 
Lieut. G. K. Wallace. Lieut. — Thomas. Lieut. G. Coster. Lieut. — Mills. 



New Brunswick Brigade of Garrison Artillery. 

HEAD QUAKTE'S, ST. JOHN, N. B. 

Lt. Col. S. K. Foster, Commanding. Major and Bt. Lt. Col. O. H. Pick. 
Major and Bt. Lt. Col., M. H. Peters. Bt. Lt. Col, J. D. Underhill, Adjutant. 
Major R. Farmer, Quarter Master. 

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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 




.AND PROVISIONS, 

Flour, Meal, Tea, Sugar, Malasses, Pork, Fisb, 

FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &c. 
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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Albion House, page. 48 

Barker, T. B. & Sons ... 1 

Burpee, I. & F. & Co 10 

Barnes & Co., .... 115 

Black, William .... Ill 

Brown, David — y 

Burnham, C. E. & Co vlii 

Coward, D. W. .... 3 

Clarke, Kerr & Thorne, 11 

Clementson, F. «& Co 14 

Chaloner, J. i 

Chisholm, H. W. . . . . ii & iil 

Caldwell, Geo. P. .... 121 

Carpenter, J. T. 117 

Estey, Alwood & Co 9(5 

Everett & Butler, .... 103 

Fanjoy, W. T. .... tttt 

Fisher, O. S. & Co. .... lOfi 

Granville & McLean, .... 136 

Oolding. & Co. .... 11!) 

Gnuit, J. McGregor, 4 

Gunter«S:Co. .... 109 

Gallagher, M. & H. ... i . 
Golding, I Edgar, Bottom pages. 

Gale, E. W. .... 129 

Hall, T. H. .... 117 

Hayward, W. H. .... 2 

Hopkins. John fi 

Hegau, James 27 

Hayward, S. & Co. .... 4.') 

Hegan, J. & J. & Co 40 

Harris, J. & Co. .... H7 

Howe, J. & J. D. .... 105 

Horncastle, J. 113 



PAGE. 



HamUton, H. M. & Co, 
Jones, T. R. & Co. 
Jarvis, C. E. L. 
Jack, Henry 
Knowles, S. N. 
Knowles, S. N. 
Loudon House— Retail, 
London House— Wholesale, 
Lordly, A. J. & Son 
Marshall, R. 
Magee, D. & Co. 
Moore, J. B. 
Munroe, John J. 
Mastere & Patterson, 



Murdoch, George 
Mealey, John 
Nase, P. & Son 
Purves, G. T. 
Paiks, Wm. & Son 
Robertson, J. H. 
Royal Insurance 
Rankine, T. & Sons 
Snuth, John 



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Outside Cover. 

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Stimpson, Wallace & Co.— Top pages. 
Thompson, G. F. & Sons vi 



Tapley, E. A. 
Valpey, J. H. 
Vauwart, A. D. G. 
Vanwart, A. D. G. 
Warwick, O. H. 
Williams, James 
Wisdom & Pish, 
Waring, George H. 



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ADVEUTTSEMKNTS. 



■CHALONER'S 

ANILINE DYES, 

In ColoredPacScets. 



ROJ^EINE, PON€£4r (rosy crimson), NICHOLSON'S 
SCARLET, M AGO ALA PINIf., REGENA PVRPLE 
(red shsule}, ATLAS PFRPLE (blue sbade), S^^INE 
VIOLET, IHAIIVE, PIIOSPHINE YELLOW (deep), 
AXILINE YELLOW (light), NICHOLSON'S BLIE, 
SOLUBLE BLUE (requires Alum), ATLAS, GREEN, 
BISIHARCK BROWN, IHPERIAL I9IAROON (shade 
of Crimson). Also,— OARK SEAL BROWN (a late 
discovery). 

THESE J.LL (DISSOLVE IJ7 WATE^R. 

THEY WILL DYE WOOL, SILK. COTTON. BRISTLES. 
GRASS, MOSS, PAPER, GLUE, WOOD, IVORY, *S:c. 

luk may be inatantly made by dissolving Ponceau, Purple. 
Violet, or Soluble Blue, in rain water. 



B:;;^ Chai.oner's Aniline Dyes are warranted up to the stand- 
ard in every respect. Prices very low. Messrs. T. B. Barker 
& Sous, and Dearborn & Co., are our largest buyers. Cau be 
obtained through other Merchauts and Druggists. 



-OllIGIXATED BY — 



J". CEE-A-IliOnsrEE,, 

Wholesale (Druggist and (Dispensing Chemist^ 

49 KING STREET, COR. GERMAIN, 
SAINT JOHN. N. B. 



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[1879. 



INTERNATIONAL 

STEAMSHIP COMPANY. 




T. 0. HERSEY, President and Manager. E. L. LIBBY, 

Treasurer. Oapt. J. B. OOYLE, Chief Engineer, 

Portland, Maine. 



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ADVEKTI8EMENT8, 



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INTERNATIONAL 

STEAMSHIP COMPAMY 



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The favorite and superior sea-going Steamers of this Line, 

ME]V rOniC 1,000 tons, Capt. E. B. Winchester 
City of Portland, " " S. IL Fike. 

.A>/r nriinsirich " " I). S. Hall. 

Fabnoutli, " " W\ A. Colhij. 

Leave Heed's Point Wharf, ST. JOHJV, at 8 a. vi., 
EASTPORT at 1 p. ni. same day, for POUT- 
LAJ^'D and BOSTOJ^, as follows : 

In March, Ajnnl and May e/ery ^lONDAY an*l THURSDAY; 
in June, July, Auyust, .\ndto 'September SSrd, every Monday, Wednes- 
day and Friday ; from Septem 'jcr 'JiSrd, antl thi'ough Octohtr, Ninvmljer 
December, every MONDAY and THUllSDAY. Possibly more fre- 
quent trijjs in July, Angus'- and September. See advertisements in 
papers. 

Usual running time between St. John and Eastport, 4 to 4^ hours ; 
Eastport and Portland, 15 to 17 hours ; Portland and Boston, 8 to 9 
hours. 

CX)NNECTIONS.— At Portland with Portland and Ogdensburg 
Railroad to White Mountains and liake Champlain ; Portland and 
Worcester Ijine for Rochester, Worcester and Intermediate Stations ; 
Grand Trunk Railroad to the Mountains and all jjarts of Canada and 
the West ; Boston and Maine and Eastern Railroads to Boston, and 
at Bostitn with Steamers and Railroads to all ijarts of the United 
States. THROUGH TICKETS AT REDUCED RATES may be 
had at all Stations on the Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island 
Railways and Steamers, Windsor and Annapolis and New Brunswick 
Railways, and all Steauier Lines into St. John. 



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W. H. KILBY, Boston. 

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BMt Organi in Canada, at 



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•W^iSDOM & Fish, 



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L.UBIIICATING OILS, COTTON WASTK, 

^VltorCillT IKOM PIPE AND FITTINUM, 

And jvU articles used in the application of Steam to Machinery. 

Wo. 41 DOCK STEEET (Small's Block), . 

so?- JOHISr, IT. B. 



Ayents for KnowlcH' Steam fumns ; Blaku's do. do.; ]|oV)iu8on &; 
Dayei's liift and Force do.; IJell's Te!ei»hone ; Rich'« Saw Shari)ener 
and Gunimer. 



M. & H. GALLAGHER, 



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Foreign and Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS, 



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SAINT JOHN. 



Gents' Twt;ed Waterproof Coats, at I. Edgar Oolding's, 



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ADVKIITI8KMENTH. 



£»TABM$4IIED 18»4. 



DAVID BROWN, 

Saddle and Harness Manufactureh. 



No. 8 
West Side 




North 
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Iliirnoss of eviTv (Irscriiitioii, Horse Collars, Y\iii|is, Ac, always on liaiiil. 

AIho. Direct Iinpc^rtur of Englisli and American llarnesH 

Mountinf,'H and liCiither. HarncsH nmdc tsi order in 

the latest Htyle, an<l at reanonaljle j)rice8. 

Harness iiedlhi lleiminii. Ovdera from the (Jonntrif pmnipthi dttemJcd to. 



A. J « Lerdily & Son, 

93 GERMAIN STREET, 

(Opiiositu New MuHunic Htill,) 

Manufacturers, and Dealers in all kinds of 




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PARLOR SUITS, LOUNGES. 

Jhairs and f atent Iockers 

-A. SFEOI-A-LTTT I 

Best Cioods ! Newest Styles ! Lowest Prices ! 

t^T" "We aim to Please. 

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e. Fv TMOMFBO'N &: SONS 

STEAM P0"WE:R 

Paint & Color Works, 

Iinpoi'tei-H and Mainifuctiirei'H of 

WHITE LEAD, ZINC, PAINT, 

AND C OLORS OF ALL SHADES. 

Oils, Spirits of Turpentine, Varnishes, 
Putty, Whiting^ Brushes, &c. 

For sale lower than they can be imported, and on uh favorable terms 
aa any Houhu in the DtHuiniun. 

FAOTOEY — ''7 to 143, Office and Sample Ware- 
rooms, 1 >inoess Street, St. John, N. B. 

C. F. THOMPSON & SONS. 



All KINDS 



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DRY 
COLOURS. 



We arc now putting up MIXED 
PAINI'S of Different Colours in Heal- 
ed Tins from 1 lb, upward.s. These 
Colours are thoroUo'hly mixod by Ma- 
chinery, under the Huperintendence of 
a i)rjiotical painter of over twenty years 
experience, and we guarantee them of 
tiie best (jualiLy, to dry quick, and give 
perfect satisfaction. 



DPTJUE 
COACH 

COLOURS, 

Ground in 

JAPAN. 



tST" Parties doing their own Painting, or requiring Paint all ready for 
use, will And it very much to their advantage to give us a call, where they 
will receive all necessary information. 

From our superior advantages, being manufacturers, we are enabled to 
supply our custoniera at a nuich less cost tlian inqiorters. 



G. F. TlIOniPSON & SONS, 

IJfl Princess Street. 
Every requisite necessarj' for the Trade alwaj'S on hand. .^:gj 



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ADVKUTISKMKNTS. 




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Capital paid up. 

Reserve Funds, 

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Total 31st December, 18TT. 



$1,447,7^5 
<S,10K,478 
ll,ts:i4,011 

$18,7»0,'^14 



Spiieil with ilie CoTHii at Ota, 

According to the requirements of the Legislature of the 
Dominion of Canada, 

$200,000. 

J. J. ^ J* SroHll' EA¥i, 

No. 7 BARNHILL'S BUILDING, 

Princess Street, St. John, N. B., 

Agents for New Brunswick. 



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FURNITURE 

WAREROOMS 

CIfcLai3?lotit3e Stix^eeti^ 
Saint John, N. B. 

(THREE. BOOR8 SOUTH HIDE OF KWH ST.) 



M Piizs for School Uuro at tiio k Ettioi, 

BECENTLY HELD AT FREDEBICTON. 



Having boon tlio roeii)ient:i of a liljeral patronage from 
our customers and tlie i)ublic generally for the past 25 years, 
tlie undersigned would respectfully announce that they have 
at last secured a jjernumeut and very desirable location ; 
where in their new, commodious, and elegant Warerooms, 
they solicit and are prepared to tilU all orders for Oliice, 
School, or Furniture of evei-y description at the shortest 
notice. 

Their facilities for manufacturing being unequalled in 
the Maritime Provinces, a continuance d the i>atronag(i 
hitherto so liberally bestowed upon the firai is still further 
requested. 

LARGE REDUCTION to Cash Buyers. 



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St. John News Depot, 

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SAMT JOHN, N. B. 

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EDIA'BUHGII AM) LONDON, 

ESTABLISHED IN 1809. 



PRESIDENT: 

HIS (JKACE THE DUKE OF ROXBURGH, K. T. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS : 

HIS GRACE THE DUFvE OP SUTHERLAND. K. G. ; HIS .GRACE THE 
DUKE OF ABKRCORX, K. fi. ; SIR JOHN L. M. LAW- 
RENCE. liART., G. 0. B. & K. S. 1 . 





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j3 rflJIlS «'iMHI».l\Y IriKurc^' uf^'ainst loss orrlaina^re byFire— DwiUincrs. 
** X lloiist'hold l'"ui'iiituro. Farm rronerty. Stores, ^lercliandizc. Vessels 



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oil Stocks oi- in Harlioi-. audothei-iiisurable I'roperty, on the most tavor- 
alile terms. Tliis i/omijany also pnys t'oi' damage done by explosion of 
(las takiiif; place within biiildiiifrs insured. 
Claims settled pi'omptly without reference *- >tlie HeadOfllce. 

LIFE DEPARTMEWT. 

Ninety per cent of the Profits are allocaled to liiose Insiu'cd on the 

Participating scale. 

INDISPUTABILITY. 

-Vftei- a Pidicy has Ix-eii fi\(' years in existence it .^liall l)e held to be 
r'Z ' indisputaltle and t';i'e frmn cxii'a i)reni:iims. even if tiie iasun.'i shuuKl 
! renmve to an unhealthy cliin<Ue after iluvt tinu.'. 
j I'fr For rales and other information apply at tlie otilce. 

Armstrong's Building, Union Street, batweon Ger- 

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Mantle Cloth at <. 






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