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DIKEOTORY 



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COUNTY OF HASTIMS, 



CONTAINING 

A Full and Complete List of Householders op bach Town, 

Township, and Village in the County, a Classified List 

OF Trades and Professions of Belleville, tooether 

WITH Statistical and other Information, Local 

and provinclit., and advertisements of 

The Principal Business Houses, 

embellished with 



LITHOGRAPHIC MAPS 



OF THE COUNTY, BELLEVILLE AND THE 
PRINCIPAL VILLAGES. 



PUBLISHED BY MACKENZIE BOWELL. 




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INTRODUCTION. 



The Publisher believes, in. presenting to the public the Third 
Edition of the County of Hastings Directory, that it will give the 
same general satisfaction which the preceding volumes received. 
Great care and pains have been given in its compilation. The 
chief improvement in this Edition is in the Map which accompa- 
nies it, comprising the County, which embraces the latest surveys 
and the principal Villages in the County, together with the Town 
of Belleville. The best evidence of its value to the public, and its 
worth to business m«n, are evidenced in the large number of 
copies subscribed for, and the many advertisements it contains 
from all classes of business from all parts of the County. 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



PAOiS. 

Active Militia 72 

Jilphabetical Directory — 

Belleville, Alphabetical 101 

Belleville, Business 172 

Bridgewater 210 

Canifton, Village of 210 

Carlow 227 

Dungnnnon 228 

Elzevir, Township of. 230 

Farraday 237 

Frankford, Village of 238 

Hungerford, Township of. . . 243 
Huntingdon, Township of. . 260 

Lake, Townabip of 273 

Limerick, Township of 275 

Madoc, Township of 285 

Madoc, Village of. 277 

Marmora, Township of 305 

Marmora, Village of 30 1 

Mill Point..;..... 312 

MilltowD, Village of. 320 

Rawdon, Township of B23 

Shannonville, Township of.. 339 

Sidney, Township of 344 

Stirling, Village of 363 

Thomasburg 371 

Thurlow, Township of. 373 

Trenton, Village of 392 

Tudor, Township of 415 

Tweed and Georgetown 220 

Tyendinaga, Township of.. . 428 

WoUaston 452 

Agricultural Society (N. H.). . 32 
Agricultural Society (S. H.), . 32 
Associations and Societies — 

Bible Society .., 80 

Curling Club 79 

Good Templars 80 

Masonic 33 

Ontario Skating Club 79 

Orange Lodges 34 

St. Andrew's Society 78 

Workingmen's Temperance 

Association 79 

B&nks 71 

Belleville, its History 57 

Belleville Information 70 



PAOR. 

Belleville & Marmora Railway. CI 

Board of Health 

By-laws — Belleville — 

Auctioneers 101 

Billiard Tables 97 

Bread — its weight 99 

Encroaching on Streets .... 88 

Fires and Fire Companies . . 83 

Gunpowder 91 

Hawkers, Pedlars, Stu 100 

Impounding Cattle, &c 87 

Markets 92 

Nuisances 85 

Public Health 90 

Public Fair 101 

Tavern and Shop-keepers. . . 98 

Vagrants, Disorderlies, &c. . 87 

Weights and Measures 91 

Wooden Buildings 89 

By-laws — Co unty — 

Auctioneers' License 37 

Board Public Instruction. . . 37 
Councillors, Payment of . . . 3(j 
County Roads and Bridges. . 39 
County Surveyor, Duties of. 38 
Education, Local Superin- 
tendents of 39 

Grammar Schools 38 

Gravel Roads, Management of 41 

Hawkers and Pedlars 35 

Jurors, Payment of 35 

Officers, Salaries of. 36 

Public Morals, Preservation 

of 42 

Peace, Preservation of 43 

Roads, Purchasing 36 

Trenton Bridge 41 

Weights and Measures 38 

Chief Officers of Public Depart- 
ments 46 

Churches and Pastors 73 

Coroners 30 

Corporation 70 

County Council 29 

County Officers 30 

County, Description of 9 

County Inform<ition 29 



GENERAL INDEX. 



PAOB. 

Oourts 31 

Crown Land Advertisement.. 459 

Crown Timber Agent 82 

Division Court C lerks 30 

Educational — 

Albert College 75 

Common Schools 76 

Grammar Schools 76 

Roman Catholic Schools. . . 76 
Superintendents of Education 

(Local) 30 

Express Office 82 

Flora of Hastings 24 

General Information 45 

Grand Trnnk Railway 81 

Hastings Koad 22 

House of Commons 48 

Introduction 3 

Inspector Weights, &c 32 



PAOB. 

Lacrosse Club. 81 

Local Information. .. 70 

Marriage Licenses,' Issuer of. . 82 

Master in Chancery 82 

Members of Parliament 47 

Mineral Wealth 11 

Moira Fire Co 82 

Newspapers and Periodicals.. . 80 

Ontario Legislature 62 

Police Court 71 

Post Office, Belleville 72 

Post Offices 32 

Post Office Department 66 

Revenue Inspector 82 

Royal Family 46 

Senate of Canada 47 

Telegraph Office 82 

Town Government 70 



ADVERTISERS' INDEX. 



ALBUBT. 

Peck, James H., Insurance, &o., before 
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Adams, George, tins^mith 102 

Adamson , Mark, grocer, & 102 

Baker, W. J., carriages, &c 105 

IJatos, Mrs. Thomas, hotel 105 

Bolch, Samuel, soda water 105 

Uellair, Mrs., dressmaker 107 

Bontor, J. C, saloon 107 

Borrldale, G. C, hotel 109 

Boswell, William, slater, &c 107 

Bowoll, M., insurance 67 

Brown, G. <fe J., founders Ill 

Brown, J., grocer, &c 109 

Brown, J. W., tailor 126 

Bull, S. J., barrister 207 

Burdett, 8. B.. barrister 207 

CanniiT, James, Moira mills 113 

Chandler, E., druggist 116 

Charters & Webster, druggists 117 

Condon, E., barber 117 

Condon, E., tobacconist 117 

Chittenden & Co., Dafoe house. . . . 119 

Chown, George, tinsmith 121 

Coleman, Charles L., barrister, &c. 107 

Conger, P. D., dry goods 123 

Conger, Bros., grocers 123 

Cook, John, grocer 125 

Crang, James, builder 125 

Davy, R. P., commi.fsion 127 

Dean & Gilbert, barristers 207 

Diamond & Dickson, barristers 207 

Diamond, A., builder 127 

Doctor, William, saloon 129 

Dougall, A. K., barrister 208 

Kvans, John D., surveyor 129 

Elliott, Thomas, dry goods 131 

Fanning, Walter, livery 133 

Flint & Yeomans, saw mills 135 

Flint, Billa, flour store 135 

Forrest & Lozo, photographers 137 

Gibson, George, boots and shoes. . . 137 

Graham & Grainger, merchants... 130 

Hambly, J. H., druggist 139 

llambly, P. 11., baker, &o 141 

llaymes, George 11., furrier 143 

llolbrood, T. A., hotel 145 

Ilolden, J. C, & Co., druggists 147 

Hogg, James, tailor 137 

Ilolton, George C, merchants 147 

imperial Fire Insurance Co 161 

Irwin & Co., sewing machines 153 

James, Dr 151 

Jones & Henry, merchants 145 

Jellyman, Joel, architect 155 

Jellett & Bro., barristers 208 

Keyes, A., auctionc(>r 155 



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Lazier & Lazier, barristers 208 

Laferte, M., merchant 167 

Legato & Price, bakers 159 

Lever, John 1'., cheese boxes 159 

Lewis, John, hardware 161 

Lloyd & Stewart, brokers 159 

Liverpool & London Insurance Co, 115 

Linklater, Thomas, tinsmith 163 

Meredith, W. & Co., clothiers, &o.. 163 

Martin, Charles, founder 165 

Maclellan & Maclellan, barristers. . 208 

May & Davis, billiards 167 

Mendell, J. S., batter, &c 167 

Muir, J. & Co., clothiers, &o 169 

McComb, James, fancy goods 171 

McFee, A. & J., jewellers 171 

3Iclnninch, Henry, carriages, &o. . 173 

New Dominion Gallery 156 

Nichol, Thomas, M.D 167 

New York Life Insurance Company 173 

Northgraves, W. J., watchmaker. . 176 

Nulty, M. , auctioneer, &c 176 

I'apineau, Charles, saloon 177 

Peard, James, merchant 177 

Phillips, N . v., grocer 179 

Pitceathly & Kelso, wh'sale grocers 177 

Queen Insurance Co 67 

Potts, George J., M.D 179 

Price, Kees, grocer, &c 179 

Powell, William, carriages, <feo 181 

lleed, John L. , grocer 181 

Kelyea, G. V. N., dentist 181 

Kathbun & Son, saw mill 183 

Ritchie, George, & Co., dry goods. 18& 

Roddick & Thompson, builders. . . . 200 

Robertson & Empey, dry goods 185 

Robertson & Stewart, barristers. . . 20J 

Ros nberg, H., jeweller 187 

R iche, George, furrier, &c 189 

Roenighk, L., furniture 191 

Simpson, Geo. A., & Co., commis'n 193 

Smith, Charles F., tinsmith 193 

Smith & Brenton, builders. 193 

Smith, S. B., tinsmith 195 

Sutherland, William, dry goods, &c 197 

Tanahill, R., Insurance agent, &c.. 199 

Thompson, J. W., exchange 199 

Truaisch & Zoller, saloon 199 

Thomas, John, Insurance, a; end q/'^oo/I: 

Thomas, John P., barrister 206 

Travellers' Insu. anco Co 202 

Tickell, George S., furniture 201 

Vair, George, dry goods 202 

Vapor, J. (J., tailor 203 

Vermilyea, W. H., carriages 204 

Walker, Hugh, grocer 203 

Wallace & Bro., photographers. . . . 203 

Walker, J. M., & Co., founders. . . . 206 

Wensley, William, painter 200 

Walton, George, sash factory 206 

I Yarwood, A. J., furniture 2oa 



advertisers' index. 



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BBIDGEWATEB. 

PAOK. 

Braffg, John, tannery 211 

Flint, Billa, dry (roods 213 

Flint, Billa, miller 218 

Garrett, William, foundry 211 

Kobinson, J. W., edge tools 211 

Spencer, William, saddlor 211 

Turner, J. W., tinsmith 217 

Warren, V. J., hammers 217 

Wemp, W. B., Temperance house. . 217 

Woll'e, George, woolen Itaotory 217 

CANIFTOK. 

Oanniff, Jonas J., miller 218 

Llngham, William, flour mill 226 

Stimor8,jJ. L., hotel 218 

Stiusou, William, lumberman 221 

Sutherland, Alexander, lumberman 223 

ELZEVIB. 

Diamond, A. W., hotel 231 

Lingham, Job, lumberman 231 

Thompson, Dan.,iflour Si saw mills. 231 

iFBANKfOBD. 

Craske, William, flour mill 289 

Oronhyatekha, M.D., druggist 239 

HUNTINGDON. 

Camaham, Bernard, boots, &o 262 

Emo, Thomas, dry goods 264 

Gih-oy, William, merchant 266 

MAOOC (Village.) 

Atkins, W. H.f boots and shoes, &o 281 

Fitzgerald, Joseph, builder 281 

Hudgins, William, hotel 281 

Mitchell, T. A., grocer 281 

Mouncey, E., tailor, &o 283 

Ward, William, grocer, Ac 288 

Weiss, Louis, boots and shoes 283 

Wilson, C. J., druggist 283 

HADOC (TownsUp.) 

Brussoit, Andrew, hotel 289 

Carpenter, W. H., merchant 289 

Maitland, James, hotel 289 

MoCallum, A. A., miller 289 

McCarthy, H., hotel 296 

MABHOBA. 

Brady, Mrs., hotel 301 

Campion, J. A., & J. W., mcrchnts 301 

Chisholm, A. M., merchant. . . .SOl 

Hough & Loucks, merchants 301 

Jones, Henry, M.D 303 

MoWilliams, W., hotel 303 

Pearce & Son, millers 303 

Warren, Thomas, carriages 303 

BOLL POINT. 

Rathbun & Son, lumbermen, ship 

yards: 316 

Kathbuu & Son, general merchants il7 



MULTOWN. 

PAOB. 

Appleby, N.S., miller «ai 

Easton, Josciih, carriages, &o 321 

Lazier & Lazier, millers 821 

I'cgan, R. F., foundry, &o 321 

MONTBEAL. 

rommercial Insurance Co., at end qf 

Book, 
Currie, W. & F. P., & Co., at end of Book. 
Daily News, John Lo'.ell, btfore Title 

Page. 
Gardner, John, be/ore Title Page, 
Grant, Henry, Jeweller, at end iitf'Book. 
India and China Tea Co., btfore Title 

Page. 
Ives & Allen, founders, &o., a< end qf 

Book. 
Little, W. A., lithographer, b^ore Title 

Page. 
Lovell, John, printer, b<ifore Title Page, 
Montreal Tea Co., at end of Book. 
Standard Life Assurance Co., at end of 

Book. 
Stuart, W. W., commission merchant, 

btfare Title Page. 

shannonyhle. 

Consaul, J. A., hotel 341 

Earle, Thomas, miller 341 

McCance, James, merchant 341 

Shaw.S.R., hotel 341 

8TIBLIN0. 

Black, John, merchant 866 

Boulter, Geo. H., M.D., druggist. . 365 

Chard, A., hotel 365 

Craige, Charles, dry goods, fcc 866 

Finch, Richard, boots and shoes. . . 367 

Glass, A., boots and shoes 867 

Ueagle, James, carriages, &c 867 

Judd, William, dry goods 867 

Milne, James, dry goods, &c 869 

McDougall, D., miller 869 

Potts, E. F., grocer 869 

Thurber,U. G., grocer 869 

Wilson, B. S., M.D 362 

THOMASBUBO. 

Beason, Joseph, tanner 371 

THUBLOW. 

Barnes, James, miller 376 

Hudson, William, carriages, &c.. .. 392 

TOBONTO. 

Provincial Insur. Co, b^ore Title Page 
TBENTON. 

Austin & Hilton, dry goods 406 

Barker, W. T., druggist 406 

Delaney, H. W., notary public 406 

Dickons <& Nelson, crockery, &c... 406 



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PAQK. 

FreneiH, Charles, barrister 407 

Oordon, Ooorgo 11., merchant 407 

Jufh fc Humo, mcrchan^« 407 

rapineau, FranciH, hotel 407 

I'rieur. I^vi, grocor 409 

Hhoa, William, tinsmith 40U 

Young, George, printer 411 

TUOOB. 



Golding, Isaac, hotel 417 

Norman, R. M., merchant 418 

Vanklook, R., hotel 410 



PASB. 

TWEED AND OEOBOSTOWN. 

Carlton, John F„ taddler 491 

Connors, William, hotel 421 

Haokett, John, boots and ehoes 421 

Howe, Alouzp, weaving 421 

Howell, George W., M.D 428 

Marshall, R., grocery.... 428 

Mauneli, Edward, tanner 428 

MoCann, Thomas, dry goods 426 

McGowan, Adam, carnages, fco. . . 426 

Munro, George A., hotel 426 

Kockhoy, James, miller 426 

VanduHon, A. M., baker, &o ., 427 

W uit«, William, tinsmith 427 

Wright, William, merohant 427 



,\'V- 



COUNTY OF HASTINGS. 



Thi Coanty of Hastings is situated od the north shore of the 
Bay of Quints, commanding a frontage on the Bay of ahout thirty 
miles, and extending to within five miles of the headof said waters. 
It comprises within its limits several townships, a town, and many 
growing and prosperous villages. The incorporated village of Tren- 
ton, the townships of Sidney, Thurlow and Tyendinaga, and the 
town of Belleville, lie immediately adjacent to, and fronting the 
Bay of Quintd ; Rawdon, Huntingdon and Hungerford are imme- 
diately in their rear ; Marmora, Madoo and Elzevir to the north, 
and Lakes Tudor and Grimsthorpe are to the north of these. 
During the last eight years a number of new townships have been 
laid out, which will be observed by reference to the map accom- 
panying this work. Through the latter, a public road known as 
" The Hastings' Roai," has been opened by the Provincial Gov- 
ernment, and free grants of land are made to those who desire to 
go in and settle the country. By a late Act of Parliament, the 
County has been divided into three Ridings for electoral purposes. 
The East Riding consists of the townships of Thurlow, Tyendinaga 
and Hungerford ; the West Riding comprises the townships of 
Sidney, village of Trenton, and town of Belleville ; the North Rid- 
ing takes in all the townships and municipalities north belonging 
to the County. The County has access by railway and water to 
the Eastern and Western markets, both of the United States and 
the Dominion. The navigation of the Bay is convenient and secure 
and free from those dangers to which vessels on the lakes are liable. 
All kinds of vessels ply regularly between Trenton, Belleville and 
Montreal, Belleville and Kingston, and Belleville and Oswego, 
thereby affording a frequent, cheap and comfortable means of con- 
veyance for the purposes of travelling and commerce. The emi- 
grant who wishes to settle in or visit the County of Hastings, oan 
proceed from Quebec, either by railway or steamer to Bellevilie. 
From Belleville, stages run daily to the principal villages ito the 



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back country ; and for a trifling sum, the traveller can go and ex- 
amine the lands in any of the townships. From Belleville to Tren- 
ton, the western boundary of the County, it is twelve miles by 
water. Here we arrive at the head of the Bay, which is separated 
from Lake Ontario by a narrow strip of land. It has been oou- 
templated to out a canal connecting Lake Ontario and the Bay of 
Quints, the preliminary steps to secure which have already been 
taken. By this canal the dangerous navigation along the Prince 
Edward shore would be avoided, and the route from the far west 
to Montreal shortened some fifty miles. 

ITS MANUFAOTURINO RESOURCES. 

Few counties in Canada possess such splendid water-power pri- 
vileges as those of Hastings. Three large and rapid streams 
pursue their winding course throughout the County, fed by 
numerous tributaries, furnishing at a thousand different points splen- 
did mill sites, and an ample supply of water to drive any descrip- 
tion of machinery. These streams take their rise from 75 to 100 
miles to the north. The largest stream is the Trent, situated in 
the western section of the County, and possesses by far the best 
privil^es for driving the machinery, though up to the present, 
these privileges are comparatively unoccupied. The Trent is a 
rapid stream, nnd in many places broad and deep. The Salmon 
running through the eastern section of the County, empties into 
the Bay at Shannonville. It is a fine stream, and furnishes a 
large number of flourishing saw and flouring mills with motive 
power. The River Moira empties into the Bay at Belleville, and 
for sites for mills and factories, and machinery of every description, 
presents unrivalled advantages. For twenty and thirty miles back 
flouring and saw mills are erected at different points on the river ; 
and at Belleville we have very extensive mills and factories of va- 
rious kinds, supplied with water power from this river. These 
factories might be increased tenfold without affecting the supply 
of water. Large quantities of square timber and scores of thou- 
sands of logs are every Spring brought down these rivers from the 
extensive lumbering districts, 50 and 100 miles back, and made up 
into rafts to go down the Bay and the St. Lawrence to Quebec, or 
manufaotured into lumber at the extensive mills at Belleville, 



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Trenton, Mill Point, Mill Island, Ameliasburg and Shannonville. 
It will be seen at a glance that our manufacturing resources are 
abundant ; and it only wants capital to make the County one of 
the best manufacturing districts in British America. And may 
we not reasonably expeot, when the extent of these resources be- 
comes more widely known, when the inexhaustible supplies of 
mineral wealth with which the County abounds, are brought to 
light, that capitalists will find it to their advantage to invest here, 
when) they will be certain of profitable returns ? 

ITS MINERAL WEALTH. 



The mineral products of North Hastings are varied and exten- 
sive enough to entitle it to the name of a mining district, and to 
justify the belief that it will in time contribute largely to the 
resources and wealth of this country. Copper, lead and bismuth 
are known to exist in considerable quantities at various points 
but whether they will ever be worked to advantage can only be 
determined, as in all mining enterprises, by an expenditure of ca- 
pital in actual working ; this is certain however, that the same in- 
dications in a country where people were accustomed to mining 
adventures would be eagerly followed up, and there can be no 
doubt that as the attention of miners is turned to this region they 
will before long be developed. Antimony, zinc and nickle have 
also been found, but not as yet in appreciable quantities. 

Iron is well known to exist in limitless quantities at various 
points ; the beds upon Crow Lake, formerly worked by the Mar- 
mora Company, h>>.ve, since the last edition of this work, gone into 
the hands of an American Company, who are exporting the ore 
by way of Bice Lake and the Cobourg and Peterborough Bailway 
to the States ; they have built a Bailway from the ore beds to the 
navigable waters of the Trent, and have bought out and revived 
the old Cobourg Bailway for the purposes of this traffic alone. 
They have spent a very large sum of money in this enterprize, and 
the results are fully justifying the outlay; they expect as soon as 
they can get their ores fairly introduced to furnace owners that 
the business will assume enormous proportions ; a village of some 
seventy five houses has grown up at the mines, where two years ago 



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there was oot a dwelUog, and thoy lueo emrrjring on minlog wiM» 
great vigor Bummex and wiotor. 

Much of their riohest ore crumblos in mining so that it cannot 
bo oonveoientlj tranip< od, and for the preaont has to bo kid aside. 
This could be made with great facility into charcoal iron, but the 
jpfoprietors are largely engaged in making iron in the States, and 
having their attention fully oeoupied by their interests at hom& 
they value this property chiefly as it gives them a supply of ores 
for tlieir furnaces there. 

They would be glad, however, to see charcoal iron works carried 
on at the furnaces of the old Marmora Company, and the writer 
is authorised to say that they would give every facility to any one 
undertaking it. They would supply this broken ore at about the 
cost of mining, and would give a long lease of the works at a nomi- 
nal rent, with conditions of renewal on fair terms ; making their 
profits out of the increased value of their village property at Mar- 
mora. 

If a small company would take hold of this enterprise and be 
satisfied to work it upon business principles, there can be no doubt 
that i} vorable conditions under which it could be carried on, 
would euAure liberal success. The foUowiog extract from the 
article Iron in the New American Cyclopedia, will give the 
attentive reader an idea of the elements necessary to the successful 
working of iron ores, and of their cost at the principal American 
furnaces. We quote all that the writer says under the heading 
" Cost of Manufacture :" 

"The l^itimate items which make up the cost of producing 
pig iron are few, and may be valued with tolerable correctness, but 
beside these are contingencies such as result from accident and bad 
management, that cannot be reckoned in any estimate, and fre- 
quently swell the expenses per t3n beyond all calculation. Without 
farther reference to these, the cost may be considered as made up 
of ore, fuel, flux, labor at the fiunnce, interest on capital, repairs and 
superintendence. Ore, fuel and labor are the chief items. The 
cost of the first two, depending in great part on transportation, 
varies widely according to the locality and convenience of supply. 
That of the remaining items is more particularly afiected by the 
magnitude of the establishment, diminishing per ton of iron pro- 
duced as this increases. Each iron-making district possesses its 
peculiar advantages, one having ore of excellent quality and cheap, 



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another fuol, another produoing iron of snporior qnalit^, wftioh, 
bv its high value, aduiits of the use of expensive matenalB ; and 
if another is found possessing all the requisites for the production 
of the best iron at little cost, its distance from the great market 
ooilimonly ooantorbalances these advantages. Some estimate maj' 
be given of the approximate cost of manofaqtare in a few of thft 
pnnoipal districts of the United States. The furnaces on the 
Hudson River use § to ^ hematites from Columbia, and Duchess 
Cos., N. Y., and the neighboring counties in Massachusetts and 
Gonncctiout, and ^ to ^ magnetic ores from Lake Champlain and 
from the highlands below West Point, the mines not less than five 
miles back from the river. The Champlain ores cost, delivered, 
from $3.50 to $4.50 per ton ; those of the highland about $2.50 ; 
the hematites from mines ownod by the furnace about $2.25, and 
from this to $3. The average for the hematites may be consid- 
ered $2.50 per ton, and for the magnotio ores $3.50. Of the 
former about two tons, and of the latter one ton, are required to 
the ton of iron. The cost of ores is then $6.75 ; anthracite two 
tons at $4.50, $9 ; flux 35 cents ; labor and superintendence, as 
sometimes done by contract, $4; total $20.10. Repairs and 
interest on capital may be considered as making the actual cost 
full $21. In the great iron district of the Lehigh, the ores are 
supplied from such various sources that the average of their cost 
is not easy to determine. The magnetic ores are brought to the 
fnmaoe from New Jersey, and the hematites fVom the mines seat* 
tered about the valley between the Blue mountains and the South 
mountain in Lehigh and Berks counties. The magnetic ores are 
generally valued at about $3.50 per ton, and for the hematites as 
much as $2 per ton is sometimes paid for transportation, and $1 
more for mining, besides 25 or 50 cents for the value of the ore in 
the mine. The average cost of the mixed ores is probably about 
$3 per ton, and 2^ tons are required to the ton of iron. The cost 
per ton of pig iron is then as follows: ores $7.50; anthracite, two 
tons at $3, $6; other items as above, $4.35; total $17.85; making 
the whole cost not far from $19. The greater convenience of the 
Hxidson River furnaces to the great markets of New York, Troy 
and Albany, and the better quality of their iron, fully compen- 
sate for the higher cost of production. The furnaces making iron 
with charcoal for fuel on Chesapeake Bay, near Baltimore, run at 
an average expense not varying materially from the following esti- 
mate : ore 2^ tons at $3.62J, $9.06 ; fiiel 3^ cords at $2.50, 
$8.75; flux oyster shells 30 cents ; labor (including $1.50 for 
oharriog) $2.75; other expenses $2 ; total $22.86. Nothing but 
the excellent quality of the iron sustains these furnaces, and enables 
their product to find a market in the rolling mills and nail fac- 
tories of Massachusetts." 



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The forgoing are prices before the war. 

From the foregoing it will be observed that the cost of fuel and 
ores to the ton of pig iron, at the three furnaces named, is respec- 
tively $15.75, 113.50, and $19.31 ; now it may be safely assumed 
that at Marmora the cost of labor, &o., will be no more than at the 
places named. And the only other elemeiit is the cost of ore and 
fuel at the furnace ; the ore will not cost over $1, delivered ; wood 
can be got for a long time yet at $1.25 per cord, the account then 
will stand thus : 

2i tons ore at $1.00. $2,50 

3i cords wood at $1.25 4.37i 

Charring $1.50 1.50 , 

Cost of fuel and ore for a ton of pig iron $8.37} 

Any one who has not given this subject some attention, will 
be surprised to learn that four-ninths of all the iron made in the 
States is smelted by charcoal, but such is the fact. 

The article above quoted from gives, as the total production of 
pig iron for the year 1856 — the last year to which it brings down 
its tables — 812,917 tons ; of this 394,509 tons was made with an- 
thracite coal, 44,481 tons with coke, 25,073 tons with bituminons 
coal, and 348,854 tons with charcoal ; the price at Philadelphia of 
pig iron made by anthracite coal, was, in the above year, $25 
per ton, making the value of the whole production of the year 
$9,862,725. The price of pig iron made by charcoal at the same 
time in the same market was $30 per ton, making the value of the 
whole production of the year $10,465,620. In 1858, the average 
price in Philadelphia for anthracite pig iron was $20, and for char- 
coal pig iron $24, being the same relative price of twenty per cent, 
in favor of charcoal. The famous iron of Norway and Sweden is 
made from precisely such ores as ours by charcoal, and that too of 
a very inferior quality. They have little else there than pine ; and 
a large part of their charcoal is made from the slabs of the pine 
saw-logs, and in some places in Norway they float their timber for 
making charcoal down the rivers, as we do saw-logs in this country, 
for a distance of fifty English miles, and yet they make iron at a 
great profit : the iron masters of those countries are the wealthiest 
people there. 



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Iron is also found in Madoo, Elziver and other Townships of the 
County, and once a prosperous busiuess was b^un at Marmora, 
furnaces would spring up at these points. 

But perhaps that which has called the most general attention to 
this County h the discovery of 

GOLD. 



in the edition of this work published in 1864, the following 
words occur : " It is the opinion of many that the more precious 
" metals will be found in our back townships ; indeed, gold was 
'' found last summer in appreciable quantity in a quartz yein in 
" the neighboring township of Belmont." 

But neither the writer nor any one else at that tine dreamed 
that within two yean, such marvellous deposits of gold would be 
found as were discovered in the now historical Biohasdson Mine 
in the autumn of 1866. Still less did it enter into any one's 
thoughts that, next to not finding it at all, the worst thing that 
could happen to the mining interests of the district was the find* 
ing gold so concentrated, yielding so richly. "^ 

Two or three men following down what they supposed were fa- 
vorable indications for copper, came upon seams in the rock so rich 
in gold that it seemed like the realization of a fairy tale; further 
exploration shewed that the rock itself was heavily charged with 
gold, both visible and too fine to be detected even by a powerful 



By a series of unfortunate complications which need not be de- 
tailed here, the property became almost at once entangled in the 
meshes of a couple of Chancery suits, and the mine was closed by 
an injunction. 

In the meantime the fame of the discovery had spread over Ca- 
nada and the neighboring States, and the country was literally 
flooded with gold-seekers. Belleville, which is the " Golden Gate" 
to this new Eldorado^ had all its hotels crowded with strangers, 
and the modest two-horse stage which had theretofore supplied the 
travelling needs of the Madoo country was supplanted by six or 
eight four-horse coaches which went out every day loaded inside 
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This " rush " ooDtinued till long after the snow made prospect* 
ing impossible, and still men came, many of them looking as though 
they had staked their *' bottom dollar " on the venture, only to go 
away disappointed and soured with the eoantry, when they should 
have blamed their own want of thought. 

This rush and the disappointment which followed, was the first 
bad result of the finding gold so richly, but a worse evil fol- 
lowed, one which led directly and indirectly to nearly all the disas- 
ters which have overtaken the gold mining interests of the district, 
and from which it is only now beginning to recover. 

The summer of 1867 brought about a settlement of the Richard- 
son gold mining suit, and immediately a company with a nominal 
capital of $300,000, was formed upon one-third of the properlr^, 
and another company with a nominal capital of $600,000 upon 
anoth^ third ; thus representing two-thirds of a property which 
had cost in the whok $35,000 by neariy a million ! 

Had gold been found in ordinary quantities, no sane men 
would have thoij^ht of paying dividends upon amounts so astound- 
ingly in advance of the original cost, but it seemed as though uo 
capital could be thought of large enough to represent the value of 
this new GK)ld mine. 

The proprietors, like all the rost of the community, as ignorant 
of gold mining as a blind man of colors, fancied because they had 
found a crevice full of gold, and saw the yellow metal studding the 
rook here and there, that all that was needed was to throw the 
stones into one end of the mill and pick the gold up at the other; 
acting upon this conviction, they built a handsome stone structure 
and filled it with expensive machinery, sparing neither time nor 
money to make it worthy of the great enterprise it was to inaugu- 
rate. 

The summer of 1867 also decided that surface diggings were 
not to. be expected, and confined prospectors to looking for gold iu 
the rock ; and here the original discovery proved disastrous againi 
the gold at the Richardson mine, occur? under conditions and in^ 
rock unlike anything that had been seen carrying gold elsewhere; 
similar rook is found in numerous places over the country and 
generaily carries ores of iron or copper more or less resembling 
gold. Every man who found a bed of this rock or anything like 



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ii, at onee reoognised hims^ as a millionaire, and ruftfaed off to an, 
asBajeir to oonfirm, his good fortune. It is a lavr of political 60onomy,i 
that oTery demand creates a supply, and so there were not wanting? 
assayers to report favorably upon nearly every application ; aoeord<- 
ing to some of these gentlemen the whole north country was gold ; 
instead of finding it here and there and in particular kinds of roefc; 
as in Australia or California, it was as one enthusiaatio " Doctor" 
declared '^ unammous.** 

Of course no respectable assayer would lend himself to these' 
frauds, bat as it was an eatiroly new branch of business in tfais' 
part of the country, people had to depend almost altogether on the 
examinations of strangers who came in with great professions of 
skill and science, men whose science was probably on a par withr 
their honesty ; and whose whole stock in trade consisted in a 
knowledge of the fact that the more favorable reports they made 
the more customers they would get. There were no doubt honest 
mem amongst these assayers, and it is due to an honorable and' 
scientific man to mention one of this class. Mr. J. T. Bell',, 
an old resident of Belleville, had long been a diligent dtudent of 
the natural sciences, and on the discovery of gold in Madoc placed 
his knowledge and character at the command of the public, as: 
an assayer, and they have been of vast service to parties *' seeking 
truth, under difficulties," painstaking and skillful he has found 
gold where it existed; and the very mirror of honesty, ha hasi 
been the terror of the swindlers. 

So far the assayers ; but another class of gentry precipitated! 
themselves upon the new gold country, like crows upon the fresh- 
est carrion ; these were the practical miner men, who with a sub* 
lime contempt for science professed unbounded faith in themselves 
because they had worked in gold mines, but usually according to 
their own account of themselves as overseers or agents ; they were 
quite as enthusiastic as the assayers on the " unanimous" distri*-' 
bution of the gold, and came out particularly strong, as we shall^ 
presently see, when the test mills got into operation . 

Late in the fall of 1867, two small crushers, intended as custiomr 
mills, to test the. mines by actual working, went into operatimi ; 
it must be borne in mind that at thatt»me nearly every place where 
any mining had been done, was in the hands of companies, which 



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in nearly every insUnoe had as managing man, or actively engtged 
in its operations, aid lai^Iy interested in the stock, one or more 
of these exoelleut practical men who had learned the whole art 
and mystery of deyelopi ig gold mines, in far away co mtries, while 
their verdant confreres were following the plough or attending to 
their shops or offices at home. 

Weil, the custom mills worked like a charm, the assay ^rs pointed 
to the returns in triumphant vindication of their certificates, and 
the practical men declared that it was just as they had said, stich 
another mining country did not exist under the sun. 
. As might he expected several companies "went in" for mills 
on the strength of the returns from the assayers and custom 
mills, for what better test could any man want than the results of 
actual mill-work ? 

For a time all was bustle, excitement and expectation. 

Meanwhile the Richardson mill after vexatious delays, got into 
operation in January, 1868, the returns were about $15 to the ton^ 
A very handsome thing in other gold countries, but absurdly small 
for a mine that was to surpass all the world. 

So they shut down, and at great expense of money and time 
made a complete change in their amalgamating machinery ; they 
got to work again in time, but found that the new machinery 
would not produce more than the old ; the Directors had advanced 
largely out of their private means for current expenses; the enor- 
mous cost of putting up the mill and making changes hnd accumu" 
lated a lai^ debt. 

The Directors refused to advance further unless the stock- 
holders came to their assistance, the latter were bewildered and 
sa\age, the result was the mill was closed, and whether it should ever 
open again was left to the chapter of accidents. 

About the middle of last summer, several mills got into opera- 
tion, and as the knowing ones had begun to predict, were nearly 
all failures ; some were designed and put up by men, who really 
knew nothing of the business; and others were built upon veins 
that had turned out charmingly in the hands of the assayers, and 
at the custom mills, but had never shewn any gold afterwards. 

Honest people who had put their time and money into these- 
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to leak out, the early history of other gold countries began to be 
enquired into, and it was soon established that skillful practical 
operators had been " saltinq" assays and crushings all winter and 
spring ; the utmost confusion and want of confidence prevailed on 
every hand ; for a time no one could tell whether he had '* a 
genuine think" or whether they were not all bogus together ; many 
who had believed a few months before that the whole country was 
bottomed with gold, now sprang to the conclusion that the whole 
thing was a swindle, or at best a failure. 

As usual, the truth lay between extremes ; there were many 
bogus minesj; if they had all been genuine, the Township of Madoo 
alone would have produced more gold than all California, — but at 
the same time there were several genuine ones ; the Richardson Com- 
pany after a «uspension of some months, at the su^estion of the 
present manager made a few inexpensive alterations in their 
amalgamating process, and began running quietly and prudently ; 
the result has been very encouraging, and uniformly so, and this 
mine may now be put down as a success ; the errors of the past, 
such as have marked the beginning in every quartz mining coun- 
try, have taught valuable, if dear bought, lessons, — and they will 
be profited by. 

Meanwhile thorough and honest prospecting has been going on 
in various parts of Madoc and the neighboring townships ; just 
across the line in Marmora, the township west of Madoc, a vein 
known as the " Feigle mine," was found shewing fine specimens of 
free gold about the beginning of 1868, and for some months, a mill 
has been at work upon it with most satisfactory results ; this mine 
like the Richardson, has shewn the estimation in which it is held 
by getting into two chancery suits already ; which has much de- 
layed its development ; but even with this drawback, it has yielded, 
a large sum in gold. At three other points in Marmora, veins have 
been opened carrying heavy charges of free gold, and giving pro- 
mises of paying largely in tha mill, but want of capital on the part, 
of the owners has prevented them putting up mills. 

In Elzevir, the township east of Madoc, two or three veins giv- 
ing large shows of free gold have been found, and on one of these 
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A orusher has also been in operation at the " Barrj mine," a 
mine which in the earlier days of the gold ezeitement was said by 
scientific men to bo one of the most promising in the Hastings gold 
region, but with what success is not known. 

At Bridgewater where gold was found in several excavations near 
the surHace, a orusher was erected by the Hon. Bilk Flint, but 
tiiere was some difficulty with the amalgamating process, and the 
mill has been closed until the various experiments which are being 
made in the separaiing of gold from the ore, are thoroughly tested. 
There is little doubt from the repeated tests made in this vicinity 
by reliable men, that gold will yet be obtained from the various 
mines opened, in paying quantities. 

In Hungerford gold has also been said to be found in quantities, 
which will prove amply remunerative ; so well satisfied were the 
proprietors of the property of this fact that they have erected a 
crushing mill, which at the time of this writing has not been fairly 
tested. --^ 

A steam crusher is also being put up at Bannookburn, to reduce 
rock from a vein in Tudor, which the proprietors think highly of, 
and the best evidence of their confidence is the fact that they are 
expending large sums upon the mill . 
■ There is no reason to doubt that of the gold bearing veins 
already discovered, more than half a dozen are good paying ones, 
and they aflford scope enough for the operations of scores of com- 
panies. "^ 

Reports of the recent discovery of other valuable veins are made 
on what appears to be trustworthy evidence, including the whole 
ranges of townships north of the above, but in a work lik'^ this, it 
is best to speak only of those which are well established. There 
can be no doubt, however, of the existence of other gold bearing 
veins in the neighborhood, but if no others were ever found, there 
is enough already shown to justify the investment of a great deal 
of capital in legitimate mining. The age of speculation which has 
been the bane of every new gold district has passed ; the race of 
swindlers and salters have nearly all departed to seek for pastures 
green among some more verdant people, and the few that are lefb 
are so well-known as to be harmless. Matters are settling down to 
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rational ideaa of what they should ask for it, and investors instead 
of" thinking in millions," as they did a year ago, are beginning to 
ask themselves if they should not be satisfied with handsome returns 
on the amounts actually invested. And there is now every reason 
to think that by the time the Hastings gold fields have been before 
the world as long as those of Nova Scotia, they will have been 
as successful and as far developed ; speaking of Nova Scotia which 
is now r^arded as a most valuable gold country, it should be borne 
in mind that it is only within a year or two that much work has 
been done, and yet it is some ten years since gold was discovered 
there, and during all this time they have been going through a 
series of experiences not uilike our own. 

No cue will misunderstand anything in the foregoing remarks, 
as reflecting on the honest practical miners, who have sought " these 
diggings ;" some of them have made valuable discoveries, and all 
have been useful members of the new community ; the olass we 
have referred to, are men who are too lasy to dig, though not al- 
ways ashamed to beg. 

The " winter of our discontent," in mining matters, is passing 
away, and with the lessons of the past open before us, there is 
good reason to believe that the future of these enterprises, as well 
in gold as in other minerals will be successful and prosperous. 

In this event, the County of Hastings will present attractions 
to the capitalist, to the emigrant of moderate means, and to the 
laborer, unequalled by any county in Canada. The agricultural 
resources of the southern part of the county are unsurpassed in 
the Dominion, and the operations of its mines and smelting works 
at so many points in the rear, will give profitable employment to 
great numbers of n^n, who, in turn, will consume everything that 
the farmers in these neighborhoods will have to sell, turning to 
account a thousand things, which distance from market renders 
now nearly valueless ; and bringing under cultivation tens of thou- 
sands of acr^s of land which, too rugged to work to adyantage while 
remote from markets, will supply the large resident population em- 
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The Haktinos Road. 

By the Act 22Dd Yiot., cap. 14, 30th June, 1858, the followiog 
townships contiguous to the Hastings road, were " attached to the 
County of Hastings for all purposes whatsoeyer." 

MoLure, Bangor, Monteagle, 

Faraday, Mayo, Limerick, 

Wioklow, Herschel, Carlow, 

Dungannon, Wollaston, Cashel. 

The Hastings road agency also includes the townships of Tudor 
Lake, and Grinsthorpe previously annexed, and the townships of 
Lyel, Sabine, Murchison, and Airey, unannezed. 

The a^a of the agency is one million one hundred an'l eighty- 
nine thousand one hundred and twenty-nine acres, including water 
and roads. Of this area five hundred thousand acres are surveyed 
and divided into farm lots of 100 acres each. 

The proportion of the whole which is fit for agricultural pur- 
^ poses, according to the official map published by the Commissioner 
of Crown Lands in 1863, is about 40 per cent, of the entire area, 
or four hundred and seventy-six thousand acres, the remaining 
sixty per cent, being made up of rough, broken, rocky lands which 
will never be fit for the plough ; and of beaver mea<^ows, ash, 
swales, and cedar swamps, which will eventually be valuable farm 
lands, when the country becomes thickly settled. 

The Hastings free grant road intersects the new townships in a 
line nearly north and south, having its southern termination on the 
north boundary of Madoo, one of the old settled townships of the 
county. From this point it is connected with Madoc village by 
the new County gravel road, twelve miles, and with Belleville, by 
the County road from Madoo, twenty-eight miles. 

The free grant lots extend for a distance of seventy-eight miles 
in a direct line from the southern termination of the road, and 
also for a distance of thirty three miles east, and west on the Peter- 
son road which connects the Hastings with the Opeongo and 
Boboaygeon free grant roads. The point of intersection of the 
Peterson road with the Hastings is 100 miles north of Belleville. 
Settlement has already extended on the Hastings road to a dis- 
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The number of acres cleared in 1864 was 5000 acres. Since 
that period but very little progress has been made in the settle- 
ment of the road, though considerable additional land has been 
cleared by the settlers on the road. It was found that the original 
location of the Hastings road was defoctiye and it was found neces- 
sary to make several deriations from the original road. Of these 
alterations about thirty miles have been made within the last two 
years, greatly facilitating communication with the front. We 
give a brief description of the newer Townships : 

Cashel. — On second tier east of road, thirty miles N. E. from 
Madoc. Some fine land in southern and central portions. There 
is a small settlement in S. W. corner, of people from the County of 
Prince Edward. This township is well situated, but there is no 
means of access to it as yet. 

Limerick. — Second township on east side of road; contains 
some exceller.t land in southern portion. The free grants are all 
occupied, though generally of inferior quality as compared with 
those further north. There are two large lakes in Limerick, well 
supplied with salmon, trout and other fish. 

WoLLASTON. — Second township on west side ; same geueral 
character as last township. Free grants all occupied, though gen- 
erally poor ; some land being level, with hardwood in the central 
and south-western portions. Surveyed in 1863. The surveyor's 
report on the lands in the central and southern parts of Wollaston, 
is very favorable, and settlers are going in pretty rapidly. There 
is a spendid water power at the foot of Eagle Lake in this town- 
tiiip. 

DuNGANNON AND Earaday. — First range of townships north 
of the height of land ; generally hilly, with large masses of crys- 
talline limestone on the surface in some places. There are in these 
townships some very fine uplands of deep sandy loam, free from 
surface stone, and heavily timbered with hardwood and mixed pine 
and hemlock. There is a thriving settlement along the rot i here. 
Grist and saw mills are in operation at Lamb's Lake ; there is also 
a general store and a post-office at Yoric River on the Hastings 
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MoNTiAGLC, Hersohkl, Wioxlow, MoLuke, and Banqor. 
•~- These townships form probably tho beat large block of good 
laod nmaining in the hands of the Crown in Canada West. Tfaey 
are rather too for firom tho front for recent immigrants, without 
greatly improved roads, but they will undoubtedly sustain a large 
population before many years. There is a thriving settlement 
along the road in Montoogle and Ilerschel. Good saw and grist 
mills are in operation close to the intersection of the Peterson and 
Hastings roads in Wioklow. In Bangor also, along the Peterson 
road, there is a very prosperous thriving settlement. Tho town- 
ship of Hersohal contains au area of 58,405 acres, partially sur- 
veyed in 1857 and 18G5. Two thirds of tho land is well ad:ipted 
for agricultural purposes. 

flora of HASTINGS. 

We are indebted to Mr. John Macoun, teacher of School No. 1, 
Belleville, for the following interesting paper on the " Flora of 
Hastings." 

In the Directory of the County of Hastings, for the years '64 
and '65, I called the attention of farmers to the fact that in the 
County of Hastings alone, we had over one- third of all the plants 
of the United States, East of the Mississippi ; in this I shall compare 
our flora with that of the great State of Ohio, a state famous for 
its dairies, its wheat crops and its vineyards and boasting itself as 
being the greatest state of the Great West. To those who are un- 
aware of the importance of a diversified flora,, I might state that 
wherever there is a uniformity of species oyer any particular' dis- 
trict, that tract is always unfitted for a diversity of crops without 
careful treatment by the farmer. 

Any person of average intelligence, on looking over the following 
table, will be struck with the great number of plants indigenous 
to thp County of Hastings as compared with these of the State of 
Ohio. 





No. OF 


Ordebs. 


No. OF ( 


Sbnbba. 


No. OF Sfbcixs. 




Obserred 

in 

Obio. 


Detected 

in 
Hastingsi. 


Observed 

in 

Ohio. 


Detected 

in 
BKStings. 


Obserred 

in 

Obio. 


Detected 

in 
HasUnKS. 


Dicotyledonn 

Monocotyledons . . 
Acrotfens 


98 
20 

4 


84 
17 

4 


418 

123 

19 


276 
96 
19 


976 

854 

63 


601 

296 

49 








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660 


410 


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If Hastings with an area of about 1200 square miles produces 
almost two-thirds of the plants of Ohio, which contains an area of 
39,960 square miles, is it any wonder that our farmers can raise 
abundance of everything raised by the farmers of any part of the 
Union. It is time that we should wake up to the fact that we 
possess a soil better fitted for agricultural purposes than any other 
County in Canada or any of the same area in the neighbouring 
States. 

During the last few years a number of Cheese Factories hare 
sprung up in the southern townships of the county, and have been 
very successful in competing with the whole Province at the late 
Provincial Fair. Now does this success arise from natural or arti- 
ficial causes ? I answer from the former. A late writer on the flora 
of Ohio says of its northern. and eastern parts : " This region was 
originally covered with a dense forest of beech, maple, tulip, elm, 
ash, hickory and basswood, and is agriculturally especially adapted 
to grazing. This fact^ and no preference of its inhabitants, has 
made the Western Reserve the dairy of the West." The front 
townships of our county are or were covered by a growth of 
timber almost similar. We have beech, maple, elm, ash and bass- 
wood as the leading forest growth, on those very localities where 
Factories have been established. 

The Americans are finding out that Canada produces better 
grain than they do. Nearly all writers say it is on account of 
climate ; but I am satisfied it is on account of soil. Again, Canada 
is becoming famous for the fineness of its fruit, which is also set down 
to climate, yet a few years since we were told that our climate was 
too severe to grow them. 

That it is our soil which is the cause of our success in grain 
growing and fruit raising must be evident to every unprejudiced 
person who has thought ever so little on the subject. The New 
England States have a climate much like our own, but their pro- 
ducts are as nothing compared with ours. Now all persons that 
know anything of botany are well aware that a soil which produces 
but few species of trees or herbaceous plants in a state of nature 
is not a soil fitted to give large returns to the husbandman ; where- 
as a soil that is prolific in species and genera always produces 
abundant crops of all kinds. That our county is well adapted to 
Grape Culture, will very soon be apparent to all who take an in- 
terest in the advancement of the county. At a late meeting of 
the Vine Grower's Association of Ohio, it was stated that where- 
ever a speoiesof grass, known to botanists by the name of Poa com,' 
pressa, abounded, there Grape Culture would be successful. Now, 
1 have observed this grass in many parts of the county, but parti- 
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is not far distant when the Bay of Quints will be as famous for it> 
apples, pears and wine, as it is at present for it* wheat, barley and 
cheese. 

OUR PEAT BOOS, 

Another production of our county, which deserves particular atten- 
tion at this time is our immense stores of peat, a production which 
from present appearances will very soon rival both wood and coal 
as an article of fuel. 

There is not a township in the county which has not its peat 
beds, though it is in North Hastings where they have their greatest 
development. 

Almost every Tamarack swamp is a peat bog ; all our beaver mea- 
dows, arc more or less composed of peat, every cranberry marsh is a 
real peat bog, while almost every lakelet or pond in the whole 
county, is surrounded by marsh or bog from two to thirty feet 
deep; even the marsh below Belleville, on the opposite side of the bay, 
is an immense peat bed. 

The " open tamarack swamps" and cranberry marshes of our 
county, have the same vegetation, and general aspect of peat bogs 
throughout North America, and any farmer who has one on his farm, 
oun tell by actual examination how much peat he possesses with- 
out going to the expense of sinking a shaft. 

f OUR FOREST TREES. 

The productions of our forests, at present, are the most valuable 
of our natural products. At the head of these stands the white 
pine (Pinus Strobus), a tree which stands unequalled in North 
America, for its many iiyes. It has been and will be for many 
years, a source of great wealth to the County. Next in value is the 
sujjjar maple (Acer-Saccharinum), whether we prize it as an article 
of fuel, for its sugar, or for its use in the arts. Were the wood of 
this tree properly brought before the manufacturers of Europe, it 
would be largely exported for veneering purposes. 

The red pine (Pinus resinosa), white spruce (Abies alba) and 
tamarack rLarix Americana), are abundant in many parts of the 
County. The former, however, being confined almost exclusively 
to the rear townships of the North Riding. All three are of great 
value to the shipbuilders for various purposes. 

.Another of our forest monarchs— the hemlock (Abies Canaden- 
sis) is of great value in the art», on account of its tanning proper- 
ties. By a new process this tannin, it is said, can be concentrated 
and exported in small bulk. If this should be so, it will be a greater 
source of wealth to our back townships than the manufacture of 
potash. The extraction of this tannin would be a Burer road to 
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The whito cedar (Thuja Ocoidcntalis) is rapidly atwuming an 
important place nuiongHt our articles of export ; for over two years 
the Moira has been filled at ourtnin seasons with immense quaDti< 
ties which ore exported to the neighbouring States. 

My limits will not allow of a more extended notice of our remain- 
ing forest tre«'S than merely a pausing glance at the most promi- 
nent. There is not one, however, that is not of use in the arts for 
some purpose or other. 

The balsam and black spruce are abundant at the north, and in 
some instances, attain a largo size. " They are much used when 
young, as rafters for barns and houses. Both species are highly 
ornamental, delighting the eye of the most careless, and giving a 
charm to the most uninviting prospect." The " gum" of the former 
is much used by lumbermen, both as an outward application and 
internal remedy. In fact, it is the "medicine chest" of the back- 
woodsman. 

Red cedar is found in a few localities along the Moira and Bay 
of Quintd. Its wood is manufactured into bedsteads, which arc 
said to be a terror to bed-bugs. Its wood seems to be indestructi- 
ble, as whether buried in the ground or exposed to the atmosphere 
it shows scarcely any symptoms of decay. 

We have, at least, six species of oak, all of which arc useful, . 
especially the white and blue, which are cut by the lumbermen for 
export as squared timber, while the others cut into lengths and 
manufactured into staves, are a source of income to those who are 
unable, through want of means, to engage in the manufacture of 
squared timber. 

Of elms we have three species, and perhaps one or two varieties. 
Two of these, the rock and swamp or white elm, are exported in 
large quantities, while the ashes of all three are counted the best 
for making potash. The bark of the slippery elm is much used by 
medical men, as it contains a mucilage, which seems to act bene- 
ficially in many complaints. 

Three species of ash are scattered over the County ; the white 
ash on our uplands, the red or rim ash along our rivers and streams, 
while the black ash forms extensive swamps in many localities. All 
three are of great use in the manufacture of carriages, sleighs and 
almost all our agricultural implements. 

We have three birches — the yellow, the black and the white or 
canoe birch. The two former are much used in cabinet work, 
while the latter is almost invaluable to the Indian on account of it.s 
bark, of which he makes his canoe. 

Of our remaining trees, the principal are the beech, the bass- 
wood, the hickory, the bitter-nut, the butter-nut, the balm of Gil- 
ead, the black cherry and the red or soft maple, all of which are 



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used more or less for useful or ornamental purposes. In all we have 
forty species of forest trees, nearly all of which are used by our 
own mechanics for the manufacture of every article used by the 
farmer — for all our conveyances— for nearly all our household fur- 
niture — in the building of our steamboats and sailing vessels 
and in the erection of our houses. 

Having all the necessaries of life, and many of its luxuries, at their 
doors, let the farmers of Hastings be well satisfied, by actual ob- 
servation and comparison, that the much lauded West is superior 
to their own highly-favoured land, before leaving for a region that 
has to depend on other lands for every article of luxury or utility, 
and whose soil, though wonderfully adapted to iLo raiding of In- 
dian corn, can never compete with the forest lands of the north 
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WHAT WE MAY EXPECT. ^ 

After reviewing briefly the capabilities, resources and prosperity 
of the County of Hastings, we naturally look to the future, and 
ask oarselves what may we expect when .the rich and inexhaustible 
resources of this County are developed ? The present prosperity of 
the County is exceedingly gratifying to the pioneers who hewed 
out for themselves a home and fortune in the backwoods ; it is 
gratifying to the men of energy and enterprise, who have contribu- 
ted to make it what it is, but after all it has only commenced 
its career of greatness. In the front and middle Townships there 
are as rich farming lands as can be found in Canada. The County 
is rich in minerals, which will abundantly repay the expenditure of 
a large amount of capital, skill and enterprise ; and for manufac- 
turing purposes, we have facilities in the three great streams which 
traverse the County, unsurpassed in this country. With these 
natural advantages, add a railway to the mineral regions of the 
north ; give us a canal to connect Lake Ontario with the Bay of 
Quints, and we may expect to become the most important County 
in the Dominion. 



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COUNTY INFORMATION. 



SENATE. 
Hon. BiLLA Flint, Belleville, P. 0. 



HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

Hon, Robert Read, East Riding, Sidney, Belleville, P. 0. 
Mackenzie Bowell, North Riding, Belleville, P, 0. 
James Brown, West Riding, Belleville, P. 0. 



LEGISLATURE OF ONTARIO. 

Henry Corby, East Hiding, Belleville, P. 0. 
Dr. G. H. Boulter, North Riding, Stirling, P. 0. 
Ketohen Grahaai, West Riding, Sidney, Belleville, P. 0. 



COUNTY COUNCIL,~1868. 
A. F. Wood, Madoc, Warden. 

Elzevir. — Hon. Bilk Flint, Reeve. 

HuNQERFORD. — Felix Gabourie, Reeve ; George Stokes, Deputy 
Reeve, 

Huntingdon. — Thomas E mo. Reeve; James Finlay, Deputy 
Reeve. 

Madoc. — A. F. Wood, Reeve; Thos. Cross, Deputy Reeve. 

Marmora. — Hugh Jones, Reeve, 

Rawdon. — George Conly, Reeve; Thomas Walker, Deputy 
Reeve. 

Sidney. — Baltis Rose, Reeve ; John Rowe and Clement Arm- 
strong, Deputy Reeves. 

Stirling. — Peter Chard, Reeve. 

Thurlow. — James J. Farley, Reeve ; P. R. Daly and Philip 
Clapp, Deputy Reeves. 

Trenton. — James Cummings, Reeve. 

Tudor, Lake and Wollaston. — Thos. Caldwell, Reeve. 

Tyendinaga. — N. S. Appleby, Reeve; Donald Anderson and 
Thomas Dacy, Deputy Reeves, 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

A. F. Wood. Warden, Office, Shire Hall. Residence, Madoc. 

George Taylor, Sheriff. Court House. 

Hon. George Sherwood, Judge of County and Surrogute Courts, 
and chairman Quarter Sessions. Chambers, Court House. 

Wm. H. Ponton, Registrar. Office, Shire Hall. 

James Ponton, Deputy Registrar. Shire Hall. 

Charles L. Coleman, Clerk of tli. L*eace and Count Attorney. 
Office, Front Street, Belleville. 

Anson G. Northrup, Clerk County Court, Deputy Clerk of the 
Crown, and Registrar Surrogate Court. Office, Court House. 

Thomas Wills, County Clerk. Office, Shire Hall. 

Francis McAnnany, County Treasurer. Office, Shire Hall. 

John Taylor, Deputy Sheriff. Office, Court House. 

Robert Francis, County Surveyor, Residence, Trenton. 

E. W. Meyers, Gaoler. 

Capt. George James, High Constable. ' 
Zenas Dafoe, jun.. Turnkey. 

SUPERINTENDENTS OF EDUCATION. 

F. H. Rous, Local Superintendent of ilducatlon for the South 
Riding of Hastings. Post office address, Belleville. T. S. Agar, 
Local Superintendent for the North Riding of Hastings. Post 
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DIVISION COURT CLERKS. 

R. C. Hulme, Clerk 1st Division Court. Office, Court House. 
P. C. Ketcheson, Clerk 2nd Division Court, Sidney. 
Hiram Holden, Clerk 3rd Division Court, Shannonville. 
Robert McCamon, Clerk 4th Divisign Court, Hungerford. 
William Judd, Clerk 5th Division Court, Stirling. 
G. D. Rawe, Clerk 6th Division Court, Madoc. 
James J. Ryan, Clerk 7th Division Court, Huntingdon. 
B. Sills, Clerk 8th Division Court, Canifton. 
Jeremiah Simmons, Clerk 9th Division Court, Trenton. 
Benjamin Beddonie, Clerk 10th Division Court, Marmora. 
James Mairs, Clerk 1 1 tli Division Court, Bridgewater. 



CORONERS. 

W. H. Ponton, John P. McDonnell, Dr. D. E. Burdett, R. M- 
Roy, A. L. Bogart, Dr. James Power, Belleville ; Dr. Day, Wm« 
Burke, Robt. Francis, Trenton; Wra. Judd, Dr. B.S.Wilson, 



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Stirling; Chas. Greara, Madoc ; Dr. T. E. Pomroy, Tweed; 
Oronhyatekha, M.D., Frankford; N. S. Appleby, Richard Lazier, 
and Geo.R. Wilson, Tyendinaga ; Jonas Canniff, jun., Canifton; 
D. G. Bowen, Marmora. 



COURTS FOR 1869. 

Session Sitting 9tli March; 8th June; 14th September; 
14th December. 

Terms of Court 4th January; 5Ui April; 5th July; 4th 
October. 

Division Courts. 



County of Hastings. 



Belleville. 
\st Division. 

15th January, 
16th March, 
26th April, 

7th June, 
23rd Julj, 

6th September, 
22nd October, 

7tb December. 



Town Hall, 
Sidney. 

2nii Division. 
11th January, 
18th March, 

3rd May, 
Ist July, 
Ist September, 
1st November. 



Shannon^ille. 

3rd Division. 
12th January, 
1 9th March, 

4th May, 

2nd July, 

2nd September, 

2nd November, 



Town Hall, 
hunobrford. 

Ath Division. 
29th January, 9 

o'clock, a.m. 
5 th March, 9 

o'clock, a.m. 
1 3 th May, 1 

o'clock, p.m. 
29th July, 1 

o'clock, p.m. 
24th September, 

I o'clock, p.m. 
11th November, 

1 o'clock, p.m. 



Stirling. 
5th Division. 

25th January, 
1st March, 
10th May, 
26tb July, 
21st September, 
8th November, 

Madoc. 
Gth Division. 
2 '7th January, 



3rd March, 



12th May, 
28th July, 
23rd September, 
lOih November. 



Town Hall, 
Huntingdon. 



1th Divisioji. 



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29th January, 

o'clock, p.m. 
5th March, 

o'clock, p.m. 
13 th May, 

o'clock, a.m. 
29 th July, 9 

o'clock, a.m. 
24th September, 

9 o'clock, a.m. 
11th November, 

9 o'clock, a.m. 



Canifton. 

8th Division. 

14th January, 

22nd March, 
6th May, 

12tb July, 
4th September, 
4th November. 



Trenton. 
9/A Division. 

13th January, 

20th March, 

5th May, 
3rd Juiy, 
3id Septtmber, 
3rd November. 



Marmora. 

10th Division. 

26th January, 

2nd March, 
11th May, 
27th July, 
22 nd September, 

9th November. 



Bridgbwatgr. 

11 th Division. 
28th January, 

4ih March, 
14th May, 
30th July, 
2!'Mi September, 
12th November. 



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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 

Under the new Statute, the County is divided into three Agri- 
cultural Divisions, named respectively North, East and West. 

The North Riding is composed of the Townships of Huntingdon, 
Rawdon, Madoc, Marmora, Elzevir, Tudor and Lake, and the 
village of Stirling, and any other surveyed Township lying to the 
north of the said North Riding. 

The West Riding consists of the Town of Belleville, the Town- 
ship of Sidney and the village of Trenton. 

The East Riding consists of the Townships of Thurlow, Tyen- 
dinaga and Hungerford. 

The annual meeting for the election of officers takes place on 
the third Saturday of January. 



INSPECTORS OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

Robert Francis of Trenton, Inspector for South Hastings. 
Robert T. Ferguson of Madoc, Inspector for North Hastings. 



POST OFFICES IN COUNTY OF HASTINGS. 



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Office. 



Township. 



Postmaster. 



Belleville Thurlow J. H. Meacham. 

Bannockburn Madoc W. H. Carpenter. 

Blessington Tyendinaga John Lally. 

Bridgewater Elzevir James Harrison. 

Brinkworth Rawdon Allen Williams. 

Bogart.. .....Hungerford A. L. Bogart. 

Barklake Jones Richard Skuer, sen.^ 

Canifton Thuilow Jonas Caniflf, jun. 

Cooper Madoc Thos. Allan. 

Eldorado Madoc Adam Dickson. 

Foxboro Thurlow Wm. DuflFy. 

Frankford Sidney Wm. Gilbert. 

Glenmire Tudor Edward Tapp. 

Halloway Thurlow Mary Ann Peck. 

Harrold Rawdon Richard Buck. 

Ivanhoe Huntingdon.. Thomas Emo. 

Lonsdale Tyendinaga Richard Wildman.. 

Lime Lake Hungerford James Garmin. 

Madoc Madoc E. D. O'Flynn. 

Malone Marmora D. N. PowelL 



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Marlbank Hungerford W. G. Allan. 

Marmora Marmora Benj. Johnston. 

Maynooth Monteagle Michael Doyle. 

Millbridge Tudor R. M. Norman. 

Moira. Huntingdon Henry Ostrom. 

Moneymore Hungerford John Harigan. 

Marysville Tyendinaga John Kemp. 

Millpoint Tyendinaga James Bowen. 

Melrose Tyendinaga Geoi^e Duncan. 

Plainfield Thurlow Edward N. Gould. 

Purdy Bangor W. Lake. 

Queensboro' Elzevir Daniel Thompson. 

Roslin Thurlow William Gilroy. 

Shannonville Tyendinaga H. Holden. 

Stirling Rawdon Wm. Judd. 

Shanick Marmora James Bailey. 

Stoco Hungerford Francis Murphy. 

Trenton Sidney James Cummings. 

Thurlow Thurlow Wm. T. Casey. 

Thomasburgh Hungerford John Robertson. 

Tweed Hungerford Richard Marshall. 

Thanet WoUaston B. McKellecon, sen. 

Umfraville .....Dungannon D. Kavanagh. 

Wallbridge Sidney E.B. Prior. 

Wellman's Corners.... Rawdon George Empy. 

West Huntingdon.... Huntingdon Philip Luke. 

York River Faraday James Cleak. 



MASONIC. 



This district is composed of the Counties of Hasting', Prince 
Edward, Lennox, Addington and Renfrew. 

Belleville Lodge, Belleville.— Donald Bain, W.M. ; John Paul, 
S.W. ; A. Webster, J.W. ; J. Parker Thomas, Secretary. Meets 
the first Thursday in each month. 

Moira Lodge, Belleville. — A. Diamond, W.M. ; P. D. Conger, 
S.W. ; Smith Stephens, J.W. ; Jas. Peard, Secretary. Moeta^ 
on Wednesday of ?ach month or on preceding Full Moon. 

Trent Lodge, Trenton.— Dr. H. W. Day, W.M. ; David Roblin, 
Secretary. Meets on Tuesday in each month before Full Moon. 



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Madoc Lodge, Madoc. — B. H. Maybee, W.M. ; J. O'Hara, jun., 
Secretary. Meets oa Tuesday in each month on or before the 
Full Moon. 

Stifling Lodge, Stirling. — Geo. E. Bull, W.M. ; Richard 
Finch, Secretary. Meets on Thursday in each month after Full 
Moon. 

Frank Lodge, Frank/ord. — H. W. Delany, W.M. ; J. B. 
Moran, Secretary. Meets on Monday in each month before Full 
Moon. 



LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION. 

The County of Hastings is divided into two Counties for 
Orange purposes. 

South Hastings comprises Belleville, Sidney, Trenton, Frank- 
lord, Thurlow, Tyendinaga and Hungerford. The officers for 1868 
were : Geo. D. Dickson, County Master ; John Graham, Deputy 
County Master; A. Cowie, Secretary; James Reid, Treasurer ; 
Rev. G. F. Byam, Chaplain. 

North Hastings comprises all the other Townships and Villages 
within the County not embraced within South Hastings. The 
officers for 1868 were : John S. Hagerraan, County Master ; 
John N. Moore, Deputy County Master; Thos. Emo, C. S. ; 
Wm. Ward, Treasurer; Rev. G. Ward, Chaplain. 

District Lodge, L.O.L., No. 1, South Hastings. — Dr. Oron- 
hyatekha. District Master; Robert Loughead, Deputy District 
Master ; Dr. Geo. J. Potts, District Treasurer ; John G. Moore, 
District Secretary; Rev. Mr. Byam, Chaplain; J. T. McCready, 
Director of Ceremonies. 









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. COUNTY OF HASTINGS BY-LAWS. 



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PAYMENT OF JURORS. 

BY-LAWS NOS. 51 AND 180. 

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Enact that there shall be annually raised over and above all 
other Taxes, a certain sum, which shall be paid out together with 
the other portions of the Jury Fund, to the Petit Jurors accord- 
ing to the provisions of Chapter 14, 14 and 15 Victoria, and to 
the Grand Jurors, as follows : for every day in attendance in dis- 
charging the duties of Grand Jurors, one dollar and ten cents per 
mile for every mile he shall necessarily travel from his residence 
to said court. 

The Sheriff to receive for each pay-list made out, two dollars ; 
for checking the names of Jurors when called, per diem, fifty 
cents. 

Any excess required for payment of Grand Jurors, over and 
above the amount levied, shall be paid by the Treasurer out of any 
funds in his hands^ which shall be met by assessment at the first 
onsuiug assessment. 



HAWKERS AND PETTY CHAPMEN. 

BY-LAW NO. 65. 

Enacts that Hawkers and Petty Chapmen must take out a 
license. 

Hawkers and Chapmen must enter into a bond with sureties — 
security given to be to the satisfaction of the Warden, and to be 
entered into before the Clerk of the Council, who shall grant a 
Certificate of th^ same, for which he shall receive 81.25, fifty 
cents of which shall be paid to County Treasurer. 

Upon production of certificates. Treasurer to issue licenses, for 
which he shall receive 810 for persons travelling on foot; by horse, 
^30 ; by two horses, 840. 



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The Clerk shall make returns quarterly of all fees. 

Licenses terminate on the 21st December, of each yeht*. 

Bonds renewable yearly. 

Upon demand of any Township Councillor, or any Constable, 
pedlars must show their license; otherwise their goods may be 
seized, and recusant examined before the nearest magistrate. 

If a pedlar produce his certificate, but has not taken out a 
license, magistrate may inflict a fine of not less than one dollar, 
nor more than twenty dollars if no certificate is produced ; or if 
it appears that he never had one, the maximum fine shall bo 
inflicted. 



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PAYMENT OF COUNCILLORS. 

BY-LAW NO. 73. 

This By-law is superseded by Resolution, which provides that 
each Councillor shall receive one dollar and fifty cents per day for 
attendance at Council meetings, and travelling expenses. 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS. 



" .• BY-LAW NO. 92. 

Enacts that the salary of the County Treasurer be £200 a year ; 
County Clerk, £100. The County Surveyor receives $600 per 
annum by Resolution. > ' 



PURCHASING ROADS AND MAKING THEM FREE. 



BY-LAW NO. 123. 

Enacts that the Roads built by the Corporation of the County 
of Hastings, under the provisions of By-law No. 71, be Free Roads. 

Empowers the Warden to purchase from the Joint Stcck Road 
Companies, owning Roads within the limits of the County of 
Hastings, and abutting or joining the roads constructed by the 
County, at a price not to exceed $60,000, and to issue Debentures 
in payment therefor, at a period not to exceed twenty years. 

To meet the debt and the interest, a special rate of one-eighth 
of a cent on the dollar, is authorized to be levied. 

By-law to come into force on the 16th day of September, 1860. 



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BY-LAW NO. 126. 

Passed 29th June, 1860, authorizes the purchase of the follow- 
ing Roads : — 

The Road called" Caniffs' Mills Road," leading from Belleville 
to the Bridge crossing the Moira at Canifton, at ||4,000. 

The Road known as *' The Fannei''s Union Road Company's 
Road," at $14,000. 

The Road known as the " Forest Road Company's Road," at 
$2,000. 

And empowers the Warden and Treasurer to issue Debentures 
to the amount of $20,000, payable 29th December, 1864. 

To meet the payment of these Debentures, a special rate of one- 
tenth of a cent is authorized to be levied. 



BOARDS OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

BY-LAW NO. 124. 

Provides that the North Hastings Circuit Board shall consist 
of the Village of Stirling, the Townships of Rawdon, Marmora, 
Madoc, Tudor, Elzevir, Hungerford and Huntingdon. 

BY-LAW NO. 139. 

Enacts that the Belleville Circuit Board shall be composed of 
the Town of Belleville, the Townships of Thurlow, Tyendinaga, 
Sidney and all villages within said limits. 



AUCTIONEERS' LICENSES. 

BY-LAW NO. 127. 

Enacts that the license of an Auctioneer shall be $25, which 
license shall be for one year from the date of issue, and empower- 
ing the Treasurer to issue said license. 

Penalty for Auctioneers selling without license, not less than 
forty shillings, nor more than £10, for each offence ; in default, 
imprisonment, not less than five, nor more than twenty days. 

BY-LAW NO. 193. 

Passed 27th October, 1864, authorizes the County Treasurer 
to grant Licenses for any of the minor Municipalities within the 
County, at the following rates : — For one year, |10 j for half a year, 
$6 J for quarter of a year, $4. 



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DUTIES OP COUNTS SURVEYOR. 

BY-LAW NO. 216, 

Passed Feb. 21st, 1867, repeals other By-laws relating to this 
subject and defines the duties of County Surveyor as follows : 

County Surveyor at the first meeting of the Council in every 
January, to furnish detailed statement with plans, specifications and 
estimates, of the cost of all work in progress, and also of all work 
he considers necessary to be done during the year, with like plans, 
&c. 

To report at each subsequent meeting in writing, the condition 
of work done, and whether, when completed, the original estimate 
will be exceeded. 

No contract to be entered into until estimate and plans of the 
work to be done have been approved of by the Council or Warden, 
except when the sum to be expended shall be less than one hundred 
dollars. 

No contract to be entered into until tenders have been adver- 
tised for in two public newspapers, and by posting handbills in the 
most public places in the vicinity where said work may have to 
be done. Tenders to be opened by the Council in session who 
shall decide which shall be accepted. 

The Surveyor to report to the Council at every regular meeting 
the true condition of all the County Roads, repairs necessary, and 
also to report the condition of all the County property. 



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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

BY-LAW NO. 161. 

Provides for the appointment of two Inspectors of Weights and 
Measures, one for the South Riding (not including Belleville) 
who shall be the senior Inspector; and one for the North Riding. 



GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

BY-LAW NO. 168. 

Provides for the appointment of eight Trustees for each Gram- 
mar school in the County. 



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LOCAL SUPERINTENDENTS OF EDUCATION 

BY-LAW NO. 169. 

Divides the County into two divisions, consisting of South and 
North Hastings respectively ; one looul superintendent for each 
division. 



COUNTY ROADS AND BRIDGES. 

BY-LAW NO. 156. 

Establishes the following roads and bridges as County roads and 
bridges : — 

1st. The road leading from Madoc vilhjre, between the fifth 
and sixth concessions of Madoc, to the Hastings road in Tudor. 

2nd. The road leading from the village of Stirling to the side 
line between lots Nos, 18 and 19, in the third concession of the 
township of Rawdon, thence north to the eighth concession of 
said township, thence west along the eighth concession road to tho 
town line of Seymour. 

3rd. The road leading from Caton's school-house in tho town- 
ship of Hungerford, to Stoco village, and from theuce to Bogart's 
mills in the said township, which may be better known as the 
road now travelled. 

4th. The road between lots Nos. 5 and 6 in the township of 
Tyendinaga, assumed in lieu of the town line road between 
Thurlow and Tyendinaga. 

5th. The road from the village of Roslin to Shipman's mills. 

6th. The road leading from tne village of Tweed to the village 
of Bridgewater, and thence on the road known as the Flinton 
road to the town line between Elzevir and Kaladar. 

7th. The road leading from Shipman's Mills, by the way of 
Waterhouse's Corner, along the second concession of the township 
of Hungerford to the town line between Camden and Hungerford, 
and to be assumed instead of the town line between Tyendinaga 
and Hungerford. 

8th. The road leading from Marmora village to the Belmont 
line, and known as the Norwood road. 

9th. The road leading from the village of Lonsdale to the 
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at the said village, and running thcnoe between lota Nos. 30 and 
31 to the said Railway station, on the track now trayclled, or as 
may be decided by the County Surveyor. 

10th. The road leading from the villugc of Bridgewater to the 
village of Qucensboro', in the township of Elzevir. 

11th. The road now travelled leading from the villogo of Has- 
tings in the township of Madoc, to the south west comer of lot 
No. 7, in the 8th concession of said township ; thence northerly to 
the school-house on lot No. 11, in said concession, thenoe to the 
north east corner of san ot ; thence northerly to the side lino 
between lots Nos. 1.3 and 14 ; thence easterly along said side line 
to Queensboro'. 

12th. The road leading from the front of the third concession 
of the township of llawdon, commencing between lots Nos. 6 and 
7 in the said concession ; thenoe northerly to the thirteenth con- 
cession on the road now travelled, and known as the Peterson road, 
to be assumed in lieu of the town line road between liawdon and 
Huntingdon. 

13th. The road now travelled from Marmora village to Beaver 
Creek Bridge, and thence to the township of Lake. 

BY-LAW NO. 170. 

Repeals the 13th section of By-law No. 156, and substitutes the 
following in lieu thereof. 

" That the road now travelled from Marmora village to Beaver 
Creek Bridge, known as Derry's Bridge, between the third and 
fourth concessions of the township of Marmora, and from thence to 
the township of Lake." 

BY-LAW NO. 175. 

Establishes the following as a county road, in lieu of a part of 
the town line, viz : 

"Commencing at the west side of lot No. 12, in the centre of 
the first concession in the township of Huntingdon ; thence east 
across lots Nos. 12, 13, 14, and the west half of 15 ; thence 
eouth 57 rods ] thence in a southerly direction 94 rods. The 
allowance between the townships of Thurlow and Huntingdon 
being 19 rods from the line between lots 15 and IG, in the said 
township of Huntingdon." > 

BY-LAW NO. 183. 

Assumes the bridge crossing the river Trent, in the village of 
Trenton, as a County bridge. .,..•- ■„ 



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HY-LAW NO. 213. 

Defines the County road through the village of Madoo as follows : 
Oommcncing at the present gravelled road on Durham street and 

running west on Cooper street until it intersects John street ; 

thence northerly on John street until it intorsoctt) the gravelled 

road leading to the township of Tudor. 

ilY-LAW NO. 207. 

Passed Feb. 10th 18'>G, divides the County gravel roads into 
two sections. The urst cr southern section comprised of the fol* 
lowing roads : 

The road from Trenton to Richmond 

The road from Belleville to Stirling. 

The road from Belleville to Frankford. 

The road from Trenton to Frankferd. 

The second or northern section is comprised of the following 
roads, viz : 

The road from Frankford to Marmora. 

The road from Smithville to Tudor. 

The road from Belleville to Tweed. 

The By-law vesta the management of the roads in the bands of 
tbe Committee who are to report at every regular meeting of the 
Council, and which Committee are entitled to the same pay as 
Councillors when attending the meetings of tbe Committee. 



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TRENTON BRIDGE. 

BY-LAW NO. 209. 

Enacts that no person or persons shall be allowed to smoke or carry 
fire on Trenton Bridge, or do any other act which shall expose 
«aid Bridge to danger of being injured or destroyed by fire. 



MANAGEMENT OF GRAVEL ROADS. 

BY-LAW NO. 220. 

Enacts that tbe control of repiiiring the County Gravel Roads 
should be immediately under the supervision of the Council. 

Warden to appoint a Committee of six who with the Warden 
eball have power to employ men, direct when work shall be done, 
what kind of material shall be used, dismiss foremen and employ 
others under certain circumstances . 

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One or nine foremen to be appointed who shall be under the 
control of the Coramittee. 

County Surveyor to obey all instructions of the Committee. 

County Treasurer to pay requisitions of the foremen when 
countersigned by the chairman, and accompanied by detailed state- 
ment. 

Committee empowered to make contracts for keeping roads in 
repair as designated by the Council, said contracts to be given 
out by tender. 

Committee to report at every regular meeting of the Council, ac- 
companied with pay lists. 

Committee to meet at such times as may be appointed. Chair- 
man to be allowed the same rate per diem as a Councillor for any 
further service required by the Committee. 



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. - PRESERVATION OF PUBLIC MORALS. 

Under the provisions and by the authority of Chapter 54, of 
the Consolidated Statutes of Upper Canada, section 282, the Cor- 
poration of the County of Hastings enacts as follows : 

1st. That it shall not be lawful for any person to sell or give 
intoxicating drinks of any kind to any child, apprentice, or servant 
under the age of 16 years, idiot, or insane person, without the 
consent of the parent, master, legal protector, or physician of such 
person or child. 

2nd. That it shall not be lawful for any person to post or cir- 
culate any indecert placard, writing or pictures, or write any 
indecent words, or make any indecent pictures or drawings on any 
wall or fence, or any other place whatever, or circulate the same 
within the limits of the County . 

3rd, That it shall not be lawful for any person to utter or employ 
any profane oath, or any obscene, indecent, blasphemous or grossly 
insulting language, in any of the streets, public places or highways 
in the said County. 

4th. That it shall not be lawful for any person or persons to 
throw any dirt, filth, carcase of animals or rubbish on any street, 
road, lane or highway. 

5th. That it shall not be lawful for any person indecently to 
expose his or her person, or to be guilty of any indecent, immoral 
or scandalous behavior, in any street, highway, or public place 
within the County. 



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6th. That it shall not be lawful for any person to bathe, or 
indecently expose his or her person by bathing or washing in any 
waters within the County, lying or running near any public place 
or highway, between the hours of six o'clock in the morning and 
nine o'clock in the evening, unless provided with, and in a proper 
bathing dress, sufficient to prevent any indecent exposure of the 
person. 

7th. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That any 
person or persons guilty of a violation of any of the provisions of 
this By-law, shall upon conviction thereof before any Justice of the 
Peace, having jurisdiction in the County, be liable to a fine of not 
more than twenty dollars nor less than one dollar, besides costs, to 
be levied and collected by distress and sale of the goods and 
chattels of the offender or offenders ; and in case no goods and 
chattels are found belonging to such offender or offenders as afore- 
said, it shall be lawful for any such Justice of the Peace to commit 
the offender or offenders to the Common Gaol, or any Lock up 
House within the County, for a period of not more than thirty days 
nor less than one day, with or without hard labor, as the Justice 
shall determine. 

8th. Be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That all fines 
and penalties imposed and collected under this By-law, shall belong 
to the township or incorporated village, in which the offence was 
committed. 

9th. That all vagrants going at large in the County shall be sub- 
ject to the penalties of this By-law. 



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TO PRESERVE PEACE AND GOOD ORDER AT RAIL- 
WAY STATIONS AND WHARVES. 

BY-LAW NO. 148. 

Whereas it is necessary for the protection of the public, that 
some provisions should be made for the preservation of the peace 
and good order at the Railway Stations and Public Wharves in 
the County of Hastings, and to prevent the use of profane swear- 
ing, obscene, blasphemous, or grossly insulting language at such 
places. 

Be it therefore enacted by the Corporation of the County of 
Hastings, and it is hereby enacted by the same, that no cabman, 
hotel runner, porter, or other person or persons soliciting passen- 
gers for any hotel, cab, or omnibus, shall go upon any wharf, rail- 
way platform, station or other place where passengers are received 



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from, or where they pass to, any railway train, steamboat, or public 
conveyance by railway or by water, without the consent of the agent 
or person in charge, for the time being, of such platform, station, 
or wharf. 

2nd. That no profane swearing, blasphemous, obscene, or grossly 
insulting language, shall be used by any person at any of the said 
places mentioned in the next preceding section. 

.3rd. That any person who shall violate the foregoing provisions 
of this By-law, or any of them, may, by summons upon the infor- 
mation of any person upon oath, be brought before any Justice of 
the Peace for this County, and, upon conviction, he or they shall 
forfeit or pay ^ ,t every oflPence, any sum not less than two dollars, 
nor more than five dollars, together with all costs, to be levied 
against his or her goods and chattels, and in default of goods and 
chattels, to be imprisoned in the Common Gaol of the County for 
any period not exceeding ten days. 



GENERAL INFORMATION. 



THE EOYAL FAMILY. 

Her Most Excellent Majesty (Alexandrina) Victoria. — 
By the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain 
and Ireland Queen, Defender of the Faith. Her Majesty, the only 
daughter and heir of the late Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, 
fourth son of King George III., and of Victoria-Maria-Louisa 
(Princess Dowager of Leinengen), Duchess of Kent, and sister of 
the King of the Belgians. Her Majesty was born at Kensington 
Palace, on the 24th of May, 1819 ; baptised on the 24th of June, 
1819, ascended the throne on the demise of her uncle King Wil- 
liam IV., 20th June, 1837; and was crowned at WestminRter, on 
the 28th June, 1838. Her Majesty was married at St. James's 
Palace, lOth February, 1840, to his late Royal Highness Francis- 
Albert-Augustus-Charles-Emmanuel, Duke of Saxe, Prince of 
Coburg, and Gotha, who died December 14th, 1861. 

Issue. — Victoria-Adelaide-Mary-Louisa, Princrss Royal, b. 21st 
November, 1840; married 25th January, 1858, at the Chapel 
Royal, to His Royal Highness Prince-Frederick-William-Nicolas- 
Charles of Prussia. 

Albert-Edward, Prince of Wales, b. 9th November, 1841. 
Married 10th March, 1863, at St. George's Chapel, Windsor, to 
her Royal .Highness Princess Alexandra of Denmark. — Issue: 
Albert-Victor-Christian-Edward, born January 18th, 1864. George 
Frederick-Ernest-Albert, born June 3rd, 1865, Louisa-Victoria- 
Alexandra-Dagmar, born February 20th, 1867. Victoria-Alexan- 
dra-Olga-Mary, born July 6th, 1868. 

Alice-Maud -Mary born 25th April, 1843. Married 1st July, 
1862, at Osborne, to His Royal Highness I'rince Frederick-Wil- 
liam-Louis of Hesse Darmstadt. 

Alfred-Ernest- Albert, born 6th August^ 1844. 

Helena-Augusta Victoria, born 25th May, 1846. Married 5th 
July, 1866, at Windsor Castle, to his Royal Highness Prince Fie- 
derick-Christian-Charles- Augustus, of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonder- 
burg-Augustenburg. 

Louisa-Caroline- Albcrtn, born 18th March, 1848. * 

Arthur-Williara-Patrick-Albert, born 1st May, 1850. 

Leopold-George-Duncan- Albert, born 7th April, 1853. 

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



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DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Seat op Government — Ottawa. ' 

The Right Honorable Sir John Youno, Barl:, of Bailieborough 
Castle, County of Cavan, Ireland, P. C, K.CB., G.C.M.G.; 
formerly M.P. for Cavan, successively Joint Secretary of the 
Treasury from 1841 to 1844 ; Chief Secretary for Ireland from 
1852 to 1855 ; from 1855 to 1859, Lord High Commissioner of 
the Ionian Islands, and since Governor of New South Wales, 
appointed in 1860 ; born August, 1807. Residence — Rideau 
liall, Ottawa. 

Deputy Governors (Tor signing Uioney warrants), Wni. H. Lee 
and Wm. A. Himsworth. 



J, PRIVY council. 

3Iinister of Justice & Att. Gen.... \ j^' 

Minister of Milit ia Hon . 

Minister of Customs Hon. 

Minister of Finance Hon. 

Minister of I'uhlic Worhs Hon. 

Minister of Inland Reven ue Hon. 

^Secretari/ of State fur Provinces Hon. 

President of Privy Council Hon. 

3linisier of Marine & Fisheries Hon. 

Postmaster General Hon. 

Minister of Agriculture Hon. 

Secretary of State for Canada Hon. 

Receiver General Hon. 



Sir J. A. Macdonald, 
C. B. 

Sir G. E. dirtier, Bt. 
S. L. Tilley, C.B, 
John Rose. 
W. McDougall, C.B. 



Peter Mitchell. 
Alex. Campbell. 
J. C. Chapais. 
H. L. Langevin, C.B. 
Edward Kenny. 



Officers. — Wm. H. Lee, Clerk of the Privy Council; Wm. A. 
Hiujsworth, Assistant do. 

Clerks.~¥. Vallerand, J. 0. Cote, F. IT. Himsworth, H. Alex" 
ander, Wm, H. Lee. Doorkeeper, M. Naughten; Messengers' 
Wm. E. Morgan, Jos. Cairns, Patrick Butterton. 

Governor's Secretary's Office (Eastern Block). — Denis 
Godley, Secretary ; H. Cotton, Chief Clerk ; J. Kidd, 2u(i Clerk ; 
J. Burrows, 3rd Clerk ;_ P. St. Hill, Office Keeper; G. Boxall, 
G. Smith, 



Messenger , 



Extra Messenger. 



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SENATE OF CANADA. 

lion. Joseph Cauckon, Speaker (Quebec.) 
For the Province of Ontario. 



SENATORS. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hon. John Hamilton.. . . . . Kingston 

Roderick Matlieson Perth 

John Ross Toronto 

Samuel Mills Hamilton 

Benjamin Seymour. Port Hope 
Walter H. Dickson. . . Niagara 
James Shaw. . . . Smith's Falls 
J. R. Benson... St. Catherines 
Alex. Campbell. ... Kingston 

David Christie Paris 

James Cox Aikins..Richview 

David Reesor Markham 

Elijah Leonard London 

Wm. McMaster Toronto 

Asa A. Burnham. . . .Cobourg 
Jn. Simpson. . . . Bowman ville 

James Skead Ottawa 

D. L. Macpherson. . . .Toronto 
Geo. Crawford .... Brockville 
Donald McDonald. . .Toronto 

Oliver Blake Waterf'ord 

Billa Flint Belleville 

Walter McCrea Chatham 

George W. Allan. . . .Toronto 

For tub Province of Quebec. 

Hon. James Leslie Montreal 

A. B. Foster Waterloo 

J. C. Chapais. . . Kamouraska 

Louis A. Olivier Berthier 

Jacq. 0. Bureau. .. .St. Remi 
Chas. Malhiot. . Pointe du Lac 

Louis Renaud .Montreal 

Luc L. de St. Just. Riv. Ouelle 

Ulric J, Tessicr Quebec 

John Hamilton. .Hawkesbury 
Chas. Cormier. . ..Plessisville 
A.J.Duchesnay.St. Cth., Foss 
David E. Price. . .Chicoutimi 



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SENATORS. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hon. E.H.J.Duchesnay Ste. Marie B. 
'• L.Demouchel St. TheresedeB. 

" L.Lacoste Boucherville 

J.F. Armand Riv. des Prairies 

Charles Wilson Montreal 

Wm. H. Chairers..St. Ce-saire 

J. B. Guovremont Sorel 

James Ferricr Montreal 

" Joseph Caiichon Quebec 

" Thomas Ryan. Montreal 

" Jn. S. Sanborn. . .Sherbrooke 

For the Province of Nova Scotia. 

Hon. Edward Kenny Halifax 

" Jonathan McCully. . .Halifax 
" T.D.Archibald.. Sydney, C.B. 

" Rob. B. Dickey Amherst 

" John H. Anderson. . . .Halifax 

" John Holmes Pictou 

" John W. Ritchie Halifax 

John Locke.. . - . .Shclbowrne 
Caleb R. Bill.. King's County 

John Bourinot Sydney 

William Miller Halifax 



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Province op 

WICK. 



New Brl'ns- 



Hon. A.E. Botsford Westcok, Wmd- 

" J.Glasier Sunbury, N.K- 

Jn. Robertson. .St. John, N.B- 
R. L. Hazen. ..St. John, N.B. 
Wm. H. Odell. .Fredericklon 

Divid Wark Richibucto 

W.H. Sleeves.. St. John, N.B. 
James Dever.. .St. John, N.B. 

John Ferguson Bathurst 

R.D. Wilmot Belmont, Sunbry 
A.R. McC'elan Hopewell, Al. 

Co. 
P. Mitchell. .Newcastle, Mira. 



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Officers of the Senate op Canada. — John F. Taylor, 
sen., Clerk of the House, Master in Chancery, also Cashier and 
Accountant; Robert Lemoine, Deputy Clerk and Clerk Assistant, 
Master in Chancery, and Chief French Translator ; Kene Kimber, 
Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod and Sergeant-afc-Arms. 

Address. — To the Honorable the Senate of the Doiuiuion of 
Canada, in Parliament assembled. 

The Petition of 

[^Place and date.'] Humbly sheweth, That, &o. 



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HASTINGS DIRECTORY. 



HOUSE OP COMMONS 



Hon. James Cockbdrn, Speaker. 



CONSTITUENCIES. MGHBERS. 

^ildiv^lon James N. Lapum 

Mberl John Wallace 

Algoma Dist Wcmyss M. Simpson. . . 

^nnapjlix William H. Ray 

^nligonish Hugh McDonald 

Jirgenieuil Hon . J. J. C. Abbott. . . 

Biigot Pierre S. Gendron 

Beauce Christian H. Pozer 

Beauharnois Michael Cayley 

Bellecliusse Napoleon Oassault 

Berthier i nselme II. Paquet. . . . 

Bonaventure Ti 6odore Robitaille. . . . 

Bolhwell David Mills 

Brant, N. R John Y. Uown 

Brant, S. R Hon. E. B. Wood 

Broclcville, Tn James Crawford 

Brome Hon. C. Dunkin 

Bruce, N. R Alexander Sproat 

Bruce, S. R Francis Hurdon 

Cape Breton J. McKeagney 

C'ardwell Thos. R. Ferguson 

Carleton, N.B Hon. Cbas. Connell. . . . 

Carleton, O John Holmes 

Chambhj Basile Benoit 

Champlam John J. Ross 

Charlevoix Simon X. Cimon 

Charlotte John Bolton 

Chateauguay Hon. L. H. Holton 

Chichout. Sf Saguen. . . . Pierre A. Tremblay. . . . 

Colchester Arch, W. McLellan . . . ■ 

Compton John H. Pope ........ 

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

Cumberland Hon. C. Tapper, C.B. . . 

Digby Alfred W. Savery 

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

Lrum'd Sf ^rthab Louis A. S(5n6cal 

Dundas John S. Ross 

Durham, E. R Francis H. Burton 

Durham W. R Edward Blake 

Elgin, E. R Thomas W. Dobbie 

Elgin, W. li John H. Munroe 

Kssex John O'Connor 

Frontenac Thomas Kirkpatrick. . . 

Gaspl Pierre Fortin 

Glengarry Donald A. McDonald.. . 

Gloucester Hon. T. W. Anglin 

Grenville, S. R Walter Shanly 

Grey, N. R George Snider 

Grey, S. R George Jackson 

Guysborough S. Campbell 



p. 0. ADDRESS. 

Napaneo 

Hillsboro' 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Annapolis 

Antigonish 

Montreal 

St. Rosalie 

Quebec 

Beauharnois 

Quebec 

St. Cuthbert 

New Carlisle 

Bothwell 

Brantford 

Brantford 

Brockville 

Knowlton 

Saugeen 

Kincardine 

Sydney 

Cookstown 

Woodstock, N.B, 

Carp 

St. Hubert 

St Anne de la Par. 

Malbaie 

St, Stephens, N. B. 

Montreal 

Chicoutimi 

Londonderry 

Cookshire 

Cornwall 

Halifax 

Clare 

Quebec 

Pierreville 

Iroquois 

Port Hopfj 

Toronto 

Stafforuville 

Wardsville 

Windsor , . 

Kingston 

Quebec 

Alexandria 

St. John, N. B. 

Montreal , 

Owen Sound 

Bentinck 

Guysborougk 



HASTINGS DIRECTORY. 



OOMflTITUBNCIES. MKMBKKS. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Haldimand David Thomfison Indiiina 

T, j-f < Alfred Jones Halitux 

"'^'■VO^ \ Patrick Power Halifax 

Halton John White Milton 

Hamilton, City Charles Magill Hamilton 

Hants Hon. Joseph Howe Halifax 

Hustings, E. R Hon. Robert Read Kellevillc 

Hastings, N. R Mackenzie Bowell Uelleville 

Hastings, W. R James Brown Belleville 

Hochelaga Hon. A. A. Dorion Montreal 

Huntingdon Hon. John Rose Montreal 

Huron, N. R Joseph Whitehead Clinton 

Huron, S. R Malcolm C. Cameron. . .Goderich 

Iberville Frangois B6chard Iberville 

Inverness Hugh Cameron Port Hood, N. S, 

Jacques Curlier G. G. Gaucher St. Genevieve 

Jolietle Francois B. Godin Joliette 

Kamouraaku 

Kent, N. B Auguste Rcnaud Buctouche 

Kent, O Ruius Steplienson Chatham 

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

King's, N. S William H. Chipman. . . Cornwallis 

Kingston Sir J. A. McDonald, K.O.BKingston 

Lambton Alexander Mackenzie.. . Sarnia 

Lanark, N. R Hon.W. McDougall,O.B.Cttawa 

Lanark, S. R Alexander Morris Perth 

Laprairie Alfred Pinsonneault. ..Montreal 

L'^ssomption Hon. L. Archambault. . L'Assomption 

Laval. , Joseph H. Bellrose St. Vincent de Paul 

Leeds Sf Green. N. i? Francis Jones Kcmptville 

I^eeds, S. R John Crawford Toronto 

Lennox .Richd. J. Cartwright.. .Kingston ' 

LSvis Hon. J. G. Blanchet... .Levis 

Lincoln Thomas R. Merritt St. Catherine: 

r Islet ; Barthelemy Ponllot L'Islet 

Jjondon, City Hon. John Carling London 

Lotbiniere Henry G. Joly Quebec 

Lunenburg E. M. McDonald Halifax 

Maskinongl George Caron St. Leon 

Megantic Hon. George Irvine. . . . Quebec 

Middlesex, E. R Crowell Wilson Arva 

Middlesex, N. R Thomas Scatcherd London 

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

Missisquoi Brown Chamberlin Durham ' 

Monck Lachlin McCallum Stromness 

Montcalm Joseph Dufresne St. Julienne 

Montmagny Hon. J. 0. Beaubicn. . . . Montmagny 

Montmorency Jean Langlois Quebec 

Montreal, Centre Thomas Workman Montreal 

Montreal, East Sir G.K Carlier, Bart. .Montreal 

Montreal, West Michael P. Ryan Montreal 

Napierville Sixte C. dit La Reine. . Lacollo 



Niagara, Toivn. 



. Angus Morrison Toronto 



Nicolet Joseph Gaudet Gentillj 



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HASTINGS DIRECTORY. 



C0N8TITUBNCIES. 

Norfolk, N. R 

Norfolk, S.R 

Norlhuin'd, N. B 

Northum'd, 0., E.R.... 

North' in. O., W. R 

Ontario, N. R 

Ontario, S. R 

Ottawa, City 

Ottawa, Co 

Oxford, N.R 

Oxford, S. R 

J'eel 

Perth, N. R 

Perth, S. E 

Peter boro' E. R 

Pdcrboro' W. U 

Pictou 

Pontine 

Portneuf 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Quebec Centre 

Quebec, East 

Quebec, West 

Quebec, Co 

Queeti'i N. B 

Queen's, N. S 

Renfrew, N, R 

Renfrew, S. R 

Restifjouche 

Richelieu 

Richmond, N. S 

Richmond ^ Wolfe 

Rimouski 

Rouville 

Russell 

St. John, N.B 

St.Jo/m, N. B 

St. Hijacinthe 

St. John's, Q 

St. Maurice 

Shcfford 

Shelburne 

Sherbrooke, Tn 



Simcoe, N. R. 



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Simcoe, S.R. . , . 

Soulanges 

Stanstead. 

Stormont 

Sunbury 

Temiscouata , . . 
Terrebonne . .. . 
Three Rivers 



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Toronto, East 



MBHBGRS. 

Aquila Walsh 

Peter Lawson 

Hon. J. M. Johnson . . . . 

Joseph Keclcr 

Hon. Jas. Cockburn... 
John H. Thompson. . . ; . 

Thomas N. Gibbs 

Joseph M. Curier 

Alonzo Wright 

Thomas Oliver 

E. V. Bodwell 

Hon. J. H. Cameron..! 

James Redford 

Robert MacFarlane . . . . 
Peregrine M. Grover... 

Charles Perry 

J. W. Carmichael 

Edmund Heath 

Jean D. Bronsseau 

Albert Hagar 

Walter Ross 

George II. Simard 

Pierre G. Huot 

Thomas McGreevey. . . . 
Hon. P. J. 0. Chauveau, 

John Ferris 

James F . Forbes 

John Rankin 

Daniel McLaohliu 

Wm. M. Caldwell 

Thomas McCarthy 

William J. Croke 

William H. AVebb 

George Sylvain 

G. Cheval 

James A. Grant 

Hon. S. L. Tilley, C.B... 
Hon. John H. Gray. . . . 
Hon. A.E. Kierskowski. 

Francois Bourassa 

L. L. L. Desaulniers... . 
Hon. L. S. Huntington. 

Thomas Coffin 

Hon. Alex. T. Gait 

Thomas D. Mc(^onkey.. 

V/illiara C. Little 

li. II. Masson 

(Jiiarles C. Colby 

Samuel Ault 

Charles Burpee 

C, F. A. Bertiand 

li. F. R. Masson 

C.B. DeNivervillc 

James Boaty 



p. 0. ADDttBSS. 

Simcoe 
Port Dover 
Chatham, N. B. 
Golborne 
Cobourg 
Cannington 
Oshawa 
Ottawa 
Ironside, Hull 
Woodstock 
Ingersoll 
Toronto 
Stratford 
Stratford 
Norwood 
Peterboro' 
New Glasgow 
Portage du Fort 
Quebec 
Plantagenet 
Picton 
Quebec 
Quebec 
Quebec 
Quebec 
Queen's, N. B. 
Liverpool, N. S. 
Cobden 
Arnprior 
Campbellton 
Sorel 
Halifax 
Melbourne 
Rimouski 
St. Htlaire 
Ottawa 
Fredericton 
St. John 
St. Charles 
Montreal 
St. Maurice 
Shefford 
Shelburne 
Sherbrooke 
Burrie 
Allendale 
Coteau Lan ling 
Stanstead 
. Aultsville 
Sheffield 
Isle Verte 
Terrebonne 
Three Rivers 
Toronto 



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OONSTITDBNCIKS. 

Toronto, West 

Tiuo Mountains 

Vaudreuil 

Verchkrea 

Victoria, N. B 

Victoria ,N. S 

Victoria, O., N. R 

Victoria, O., S. R 

Waterloo, N.R 

Waterloo, S.R 

Wetland 

Wellington, O.R 

Wellington, N, R 

Wellinffton, S.R 

Wentworth, N. R 

We7itworth, S.R 

Westmorliind 

Yumaskd 

Yarmouth 

York,N.B 

York, O., E.R 

York, 0.,N.K 

York, O., W.R 



HBHBBna. 

Robert A. Harrison. . 

Jean B. Daouat 

Donald McMillan.. . . 

F^lix Geoffrlon 

John Costigan 

Wm. Ross 

John Morison 

George Kempt 



Isaac E. Bowman 

James Young 

Thomas C. Street . . .. 
Thomas S. Parker .... 

George A. Drew 

David Stirton 

James McMonies 

Joseph Rymal 

Hon. A. J. Smith 

Mol'se Fortier 

T. Killam 

Hon. Charles Fisher .. 

James Metcalfe 

James P. Wells 

Amos Wright 



p. 0. ADORIIS. 

.Toronto 
,St. Eustache 
, Rigaud 
. Ve re he res 
, Grand Falls 
St. Anne's 
.Woodville 
.Lindsay 
.St. Jacobs 
• Gait 
. Chippawa 
. Guelph 
. Elora 
.Guelph 
. Wateidown 
, Barton 
.Dorchester 
.St. David's 
.Yarmouth 
. Fredericton 
.Toronto 
.King 
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Officers of tub House of Commons. — W. B. Lindsay, Clerk of tha 
House ; Alfred Patrick, Clerk Assistant, and Chief Clerk of Controverted 
Elections; D. W. Macdonell, Sergeant-at-Arms ; G. W. Wicksteed, Law 
Clerk; Thomas Vaux, Accountant; F. McGillivray, Clerk of Routine 
and I^ecords ; H, Hartney, Chief Office Clerk, and Clerk of the Joint 
Committee of both Houses on Printing. 

Address. — To the Honorable House of Commons of the Dominion of 
Canada, in Parliament assembled. 

The Petition of 

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



PROVINCE OP ONTARIO. 

Skat of Govkrnmbnt. — Toronto. '' 

t 

Lieutenant Governor. — The Hon. William P. Howland, C.B., Toronto. 
E. G. Curtis, Private Secretary. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



Attorney General Hon. John S. Mficdonald 

Commissioner of Crown Lands " Stephen Richards 

Commis. of Agriculture If Public Works.. " John Carling. 

Secretary and Registrar " Matthew C. Cameron 

Treasurer , « Edmund B, Wood 

J. Shuter Smich, C/ej/c. 



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, ,7 ^ ■ HOUSE OP ASSEMBLY. 

Hon. John Stevenson, Speaker. 

CONSTITUENCIBS. NAMB. P. O. ADtiRESS. 

M(lina;ton E. J. Hoopur Napanec 

^le;omu F. W, Cumberland Toroiilo 

Bothwell A. McKiilliir Chatham 

Jirant, N. /f H. Finlayaon Paris 

Brant, S. R E. B. Wood Brantford 

Brockoille W. Fitzsimmons Hrockville 

Bruce, N. R D. Sinclair Saugcen 

Bruce, S. R Kd ward Blake Toronto 

Cardwdl T. Swinarton Coventry 

Carlelon R. Lyon Ottawa 

Cornwall J. S. Macdonald Cornwall 

Dundas Simon Cook Morrisburgh 

Durham, E. R A. T. H. Williams Port Hope 

Durham, W. R J. McLcod Uowmanville 



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Elgin, E.R 1). Lnton 

Elgin, W.R Nicol McColl lona 

Essex S. Wigle Kingsville 

Frontenac 

Glengamj J. Craig Cornw.aU 

Grenville, S R M. Clark Prescott 

Grey, N. R T. Scott Owen Sound 

Grey, S.R A.W. Lauder Toronto 

Haldimand Dr. J. Baxter Cayuga 

Hallon W.Barber Streetsville 

Hamilton J. M. Williams Hamilton 

Hastings, W.R K. Graham Belleville 

Hastings, E.R H. Corby Belleville 

Hastings, N. R G. H. Boulter Stirling 

Huron, N. R W. T. Hays Goderich 

Huron, S. R R. Gibbons Goderich 

Kent J. Smith Chatham 

Kingston M. W. Strange Kingston 

Lambton T. B. Pardee Sarnia 

Lanark, N.R D. Galbraith Almonte 

Lanark, S. R W. M. Shaw Perth 

Leeds Sf Grenville, N.R..B. D. Smith Merrickville 

Leeds, S. R B. Tett Newboro' 

Lennox J. Stevenson Napanee 

Lincoln J. C. Rykert ..St. Catharines 

London J. Cnrling Londo 

Middlesex, E. R J. Evans London 

Middlesex, N.R J. S. Smith Ailsa Craig 

Middlesex, W.R N. Currie Glencoe 

Motik G. Secord St. Anns. 

Niagara D. Robertsrn Queenston 

Northumberland, E J. Eyre Brighton , 

Northumberland, W. . . . A . Eraser ^ Cobourg 

Norfolk, S.R S. McCall Vittoria 

Norfolk, N.R J. Wilson Oakland 

Ontario, N. R Thomas Paxton Port Perry 



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OONSTIVIJINCIBS. 

Ontario, S. R , 

Oltiiwa 

Oxford, N. R 

Oxford, S.R 

Peel 

Perth, AT. R 

Perth, S. R 

Peterboro' E. R 

Peterborn' W. R 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew, S. R , 

Renfrew, N. R., 

Ruxsell 

Siincoe, N, R 

Simcoe, S. R 

Stormont 

Toronto, East 

Toronto, West 

Victoria, N. fi 

Victoria, S. R 

Waterloo, N. R 

Waterloo, S. R 

Wetland 

Wellington, N. R....... 

Wellington, C. R 

Wellington, S. R 

W-ntworlh, N. R 

lyentwortfi, S. R 

York, E. R 

Tork, W.R 

For/c, N. R 



NAMB. 

Dr. McGill 

R. W.Scott .... 

G. Perry 

A. Oliver 

J. C-^tyne 

A. Monteitli .. . . 

J. Trow 

G. Read 

J. Carnogio 

J. Boyil 

A. Greely 

J. L. Mcbougall. 

J. Supple 

W. Craig 

W. Leant 

T. R. Ferguson. . 
W. Golqiihoiia. .. 
M. 0. Oimeron.. 

J. Wallis 

A. P. Cockburn. 

T. Matchett 

M. Springer 

I. Clements 

W. Beatty 

R. McKim 

A. D. Ferrler,. . . 

P. Gow 

R. Christie 

W. Sexfm 

H. P. Crosby.... 

T. Grahan>e 

J. McMurrich.. . 



p. 0. ADDRIBB. 

. Oahawa 

. Ottawa 

, Wasliingtoa 

, IngiTSoU , ,. 

, Kramptoa 

■ Stratford 

. Sliakspearo. 

, Keeno 

, Peterborough 

. Vankleek ilill 

. Picton 

, Renfrew 

. Pembroke 

. L'Orignal 

, Barrio 

. Cooks.town 

.Dickenson's Landing 

, Toronto 

■ Toronto 
.Orillia 

. Omemee 

.Waterloo 

.Preston 

• Thorold 

- Parker 

•Fergus 

. Guelph 

. Fiamboro' West 

. Jer eyville 

.UnionTille 

. Woodbridga 

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Attorney- General '• 

Treasurer '< 

Commissioner of Crown Lands " 

Commissioner of Public Works " 

Speaker Legislative Council " 

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PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

SiAT OF Gotbiki»nt—Frbdkrioeton» 

LiECTKNANT-QoTKBKOR — Hi^ HoDor Lemuel Allan Wilmot. G. M. 
Campbell, Private Secretary. 

■XBOUTITB OOCNOIL. 

Chitf Commistioner Board of Works Hon John Me Adam 

jSttomey-Oeneral " A. R. Wet more 

Provincial Secretary " 7. A. Beckwith 

iurveyor-General '< R. Satton 

Member of Council <■ B. Beveridge 

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" " " W. P. Plewellinjf 

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F. A. H. Stratton, clerk. 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

LiBUTBNANT GoTEBNOR (and Deputy Governor for signing Marriage Li- 
censes) — His Excellency Major-General Charles Hastings Doyle. Harry 
Moody, Private Secretary ; Lieut. Col. W. H. Gierke, Nova Scotia 
Militia, Aide-de.Camp ; Major M. B. Daly (Ist Brig. Mil. Artillery), 
Provincial Aide-de-Camp. . 

BXKOUTITB COUNCIL. 

Treaturer and President, Hon. Wm. Annand 

Mtomey General '* Martin L. Wilkins 

Provincial Secretary " Wm. B. Vail 

Commissioner of Public Works and Mines " Robert Robertson 

Member of Council " R. A. McHeffey 

'« " « Edward P. Flynn 

" " • " Jared C. Troop 

" '• «• John Ferguson 

" *' " James Cochran 

Retired Members of Council retaining their rank and precedence, by spc' 
cial permission of Her Majesty. — Hon. Enos Collins, Hon. James W. John- 
ston, Hon. Joseph Howe, Hon. Charles T upper, C.B., Hon. Wm. A. 
Henry, Hon. James McDonald, Hon. Samuel L. Shannon, Hon. Alexander 
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BELLEVILLE. 



Although the following hricf historic sketch of the early settle- 
ment of Belleville appeared in the edition of this Directory four 
years ago, the facts and incidents and information are of such a 
character that they will bear re-publishing, and indeed, a Directory 
of Belleville would not be complete without it. 

ITS HISTORY. 

During the American revolutionary war, and within a few years 
after its close, a large number of U. E. Loyalists turned their steps 
toward what was then the wilderness of Upper Canada. Kingston 
being a place conveniently reached, it was there that the settle- 
ment along the bay of Quints commenced. As the number of 
refugees increased, the settlement was gradually extended up the 
bay; and by the year 1790, there might have been seen, here and 
there, all along its thickly wooded and beautiful shores, the rudely 
constructed log-house surrounded by a comparatively few acres of 
cleared land. 

These pioneers, whose only mode of transport was by bat- 
teauz, took possession of that land which could be the most conve- 
niently reached ; and, when the best of it along the bay had been 
taken up, they ascended the various rivers which emptied into the 
bay, by the boats, when it was possible ; and when impossible, the 
river was taken as a guide whose bank was followed until such 
land was discovered as promised to yield fruit to the tiller. 

Among those who first settled at the western extremity of the 
bay, on the northern shore, were Captain Singleton, Captain Myers^ 
and John Taylor ; all of them British soldiers of the revolutionary 
war. Captain Singleton, who had been living a few years in 
Ernestown, came to Thurlow in 1789, having received from 
Government 400 acres of land to the east of, and adjacent to an 
Indian reserve of 200 acres on the east side of the ri^^er Moira at 
its mouth. He erected a log house on what is known as the old 



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Canniff property. The site of the house was on a rise of ground 
not far from the bay, just at the present easternmost limits of the 
town, south of the Kingston road. An old half filled well yet 
uurks the spot. Ho was the first settlor in the neighborhood of 
Belluville . 

John Taylor, the father of Sheriff Taylor, oame soon after, and 
purchased ^rom Captain Singleton, lot No. 5, upou which he built 
hi., log-house. 

Captain Myers, vho had settled several years previously near 
the Trent rivor, came to the Moira river, not many years after. 
Ho was the first one to improve the valuable water power of the 
river, and for many years after, the settlement on the river as 
well as the liver itself, was known by the inhabitants of the bay 
as Myers' Creek. But prior to the time at which Captain Myers 
constructed his log-mill and his oubin adjacent thereto, there had 
bsen one or two shanties erected at the mouth of the river. Here, 
stretohin J down the bay a short distance, was a clear space of some 
thirty acres, called the plain.<*. The earlier navigators up and 
down the bay would generally see upon this spot a number of 
Indian wigwams. The rest of the land between the two hills on 
cither side of the river was an uninviting cedar swamp. A path 
led up and down the bay, and another up the cast bank of the 
river as far as the fourth and fifth concessions. It was not until 
the first part of the second decade of the nineteeth century that 
the buildings began to multiply at the mouth of the river, and the 
place could be regarded as a village. In 1810, there was not more 
than a dozen buildings in existence, and these were mo§tly of an 
inferior kind. Captain Myers' brick house on the hill, and a two- 
«tory frame building in the swamp at the foot of the hill, in front 
-of where now stands the jail, and which has recently been taken 
>down, were the only buildings of note in the place, and these were 
quite outside the village. 

In the year 1816, just after the Declaration of peace, Myers 
Creek, or the village of Thurlow, as it was sometimes called, re- 
>oeived the name of Belleville, and under the following circum. 
stances : Governor Gore and his wife Lady Bella travelled, it is 
eaid, through the Province, and stayed a night at Myers Creek. 
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the principal men of tho village. Among those present were the 
two MoNubs. Feeling very loyal, and at tho same time the impor. 
tance of the village, it was suggested by one of them that the place 
should be named Bolleville after the Lady Bella Gore. The happy 
suggestion received tho hearty approval of all present and there- 
after the village was so called. By this it will bo seen that the 
way in which the name is at present spelled is not correct : instead 
of Belleville it ought to be BcUvillc. 

The same year the Government instructed Surveyor Wilmot to 
lay out the 200 acres of Indian reserve, lot number four, into town 
lots of half an acre each. It cannot be recorded thai Mr. Wilmot 
discharged his duty to his credit or to the advantage of the town. 
In the first place he made the serious mistake (it has been ques- 
tioned whether it was a mistake) of placing the line between 
Sidney and Tburlow, upwards of sixty feet to the east of that 
marked by the original survey. The consequence was that the 
line between lots numbers three and four, instead of being mainly 
in tne river, where it ought to have been, was established whnre 
now is ?ront street ; and thereby, a valuable strip of land belong- 
ing to the Reserve was added to private property on the western 
side of the river, while the owner of lot number five, Mr. Taylor, 
was a loser to a corresponding extent. Another mistake was 
the very few cross streets laid out, the inconvenience of which 
is felt daily by many ; although some new ones have been open, 
ed latterly. A third error was the respect he paid to a hotel 
which ?tood a little to the east of where now stands the Victoria 
buildings. This hotel had been erected on the ground where 
the street in surveying happened to come. The result is the 
unseemly turn in its course at Pinnacle street. While the hotel 
gave a name to the street, the name commemorates the cause of 
its ugliness. The town lots were disposed of by Government 
to petitioners, true subjects of His Majesty, on a payment of a 
fee of thirty dollars. No one could obtain more than a single 
lot. Several plots were reserved. One for a Hospital, one where 
stands the Catholic Church, the Scotch Church, the Grammar 
School building, the English Church, also, the Parsonage House, 
ihe old Market Square and the Jail. 

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of Bolleyille (o Purliament, the result of which was " ao Act ta 
•atablish a Board of Poli<H) in the town of Belleville, pasied 6tb 
March, 1834." 

It would seem that the Act passed did not come into opera- 
tion, for in 1836, an Act was passed repealing the former one. 
This latter Act was in many respects the same, but making fur- 
ther proTisions. The same year the town record begins. The 
boundaries were, " commencing at the limits between lots numbers 
five and six, in the first concession, so as a line at right angles 
will run on the northerly side of Wonnaoott's bridge, thence south 
seventy-four d ^ees west to the limits between lots numbers two 
and three, thence sixteen degrees east to the bay of Quint^ 
thonce easterly, following the winding of the bay to the limits 
between lots numbers five and six aforesaid, thenoe north sixteen 
d^ees west to the place of beginning, together with the island 
and the harbour." There were two wards, each of which eleoi- 
ed two :.aember8 of the Board of Police, and these four selected 
a fifth. The body then selected one of themselves for Presiclent. 
Those elected the first year were, Wm. McCarty and Asa Yeomans 
for first ward ; Zenas Dufoe and Wm. Connor for seoond ward ; 
Billa Flint was elected the fifth member ; and was also chosen 
Prssident; Geo. Benjamin to be clerk to the Board. 

Up to this time there had been no side-walks, and at the same 
time there was no drainage. The consequence was that in the 
rainy seasons, the streets were almost impassable — quite as bad as 
those of Muddy York are said to have been. The first pavement 
was laid in 183G, the stones for which were taken from the river. 
Some portion of this stone pavement yet remains. 

It is impossible to say definitely what was the number of inhab- 
itants at any one period. There were, however, in 1818, accord- 
ing to Talbot, about 150, about 500 in 1824, 700 in 1829, and in 
1836 not far from 1000. 

After this the town increased more rapidly in size and impor- 
tance. Steps were taken to have built a Court House and Jail, as 
the nearest place of safe confinement of prisoners was at Kingston ; 
and in 1838, just at the close of the rebellion, the present building 
was finished, The following year a " Court of Request," in accor- 
dance with an Act passed in 1792, was established in Belleville. 



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Tbis Court was to oolleot imall debts under ten pouuds. The fol- 
lowing gentlemen received their commiKiion as magistrates for the 
first division, Belleville, vii: John Turnbull, Thomas Parker, 
Francis McAnnany, Charles Willard, Captain Henry Baldwin, 
Doctor Anthony Marshal, George Bleeckcr. In acoordanoe with 
the Act, two or more of those might sit on the first and third Satur- 
day of every month. Those who generally noted were George 
Bleeoker, Captain Baldwin, Francis McAnnany, and Doctor Mar- 
shal, who was the clerk. 

This Court of Request was abolished in 1841, and the Division 
Court established in its stead. Under the new Act, Benjamin 
Dougall was first appointed Judge of the County Court, which office 
he held for a number of years, when William Smart, the present 
incumbent, received the office. In 1839, also, the first SherilF, J. 
W. Dunbar Moodie, was appointed to office, which he filled till 
the year 1863, when he resigned, and was succeeded by George 
Taylor. 

The early provision for education in Belleville was not very 
great. In 1810, there was standing on the ground now occupied 
by the Wesleyan Church a very small school-house, into which no 
one could enter without stooping, and which one night was over- 
turned by two or three young men making themselves merry and 
mischievous. At the present time, however, the school-houses of 
Belleville are an ornament, and the college an object of worthy 
regard. 

The college, which is under the control of the Episcopal Mutho- 
dist Church, was commenced in 1857,. and opened in 1858. 

ITS SITUATION. 

Belleville is situated in the township of Thurlow, at the mouth 
of the river Moira, and on the shores of the Bay of Quints. It 
covers an area of 1200 acres, and for beauty of situation cannot be 
surpassed. Occupying a beautiful elevation of land, gradually 
inclined from the water on either side, with the aid of sewerage 
through the principal streets, very little difficulty isezpftrienced in 
keeping the town free from filth and impurities. 

Very few towns or cities present such fine situations for private 
residences as the elevations to the east, west and north of the busi- 



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ness portion of the town. TayVr's hill, to the eastward, seems to 
haye been the choice of the largest proportion of our wealthy mer- 
chants, professional men and mechanics; and a more delightful 
location could scarcely be wished for quiet and comfortable homes. 
Within the last few years a large number of handsome and costly 
residences have been erected in this part of the town, which with 
their tastefully arranged grounds, will stand side by side with the 
best in our largo cities, and net suffer in comparison. On the 
slopes to the westward there are many handsome private dwellings, 
with richly ornamented grounds ; and to the northward, also, are 
pleasant locations, which are being taken advantage of by those 
who hfi.ve grown rich with the town's prosperity. Nearly all our 
churches are located on the hill to the eastward, many of which 
are costly and imposing edifices. 

The river Moira, a rapid stream, which famishes unlimu.d 
water-power privileges, runs through the town. The principal 
business portion of the town is on the east side of the river. 

ITS HTREETS. 

Front street, running in a northerly and southerly direction, b 
the principal business thoroughfare. Within the last few years, 
the appearance of the street has almost entirely changed. A large 
number of dilapidated frame tenements have been swept away by 
fire or torn down, and in their place have been erected a class of 
shops which in size, style of architecture and beauty of finish, will 
compare favorably with the finest in our largest cities. Pinnacle 
street, running parallel with Front, is well laid out, and will in the 
course of a few years be one of our principal business thorough- 
fares. The Court House and market front on this street, the Mon- 
treal and Merchants Banks, both imposing structures, and the 
Dafoe House are located here. On Mill street, extending from the 
upper bridge to the Qrand Trunk railway station, are situated some 
of our large-ol foundries and factories. Dundas street, running in 
an easterly and westerly direction, and forming one of the leading 
roads into the town, contains some first-class private residences, 
and a number of eligible locations for dwellings. Bridge street, 
running east and west through the central portion of the town, is 
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gant residences. Church, John, George, William, Ann and Cole- 
man streets^ running northerly and southerly, are ^eautifully 
situated, and are rapidly filling up with a good class of dwellings. 
Moira, Hotel and other streets, running easterly and westerly, will 
grow in importance as the town advances in trade and commerce. 

ITS MANUFACTURES. 

Few Towns in Canada can boast of having such extensive manu- 
facturing interests as Belleville. Possessing one of the finest water 
privileges in the Province, and having access to foreign markets 
by railway and water, the inducements to invest capital in manu- 
factures are by no means inconsiderable, and these privileges have 
been taken advantage of by men of capital and enterprise, who 
are rapidly adding to their own wealth, and contributing largely 
to the permanent prosperity of the town. Several water-power 
privileges still lie idle, which enterprising men might render pro- 
fitable to themselves as well as advantageous to the Town. The 
manufacturing interest in Canada may I j said to be still in its 
infancy, but under an enlightened protective system, we may rea- 
sonably expect it to increase in proportion with the country's growthj 
and that within a few years we will be able successfully to com- 
pete with the manufacturers of Great Britain and the United 
States. 

Few places in Canada present more excellent manufacturing 
facilities than Belleville and vicinity, or a better prospect of a 
remunerative return. Capitalists in Great Britain, or other coun- 
tries, who desire to profitably invest their means, should visit 
Belleville and examine the advantages we have over other localities. 
A brief glance at some of our manufacturing establishments will 
give the reader an idea of what is being done. 

The Lumbering Business.— The lumber trade has long been 
a source of prosperity to Belleville and the County, and although 
the country has been pretty well cleared up for twenty and thirty 
miles back, the supply is by no means exhausted. Immense forests 
exist still further into the interior, and for many years to come 
the lumber business must contribute to the we&lth of the County. 
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Moira have averaged from 150,000 to 200,000 a year. The greater 
part are manufactured at the different mills here, of which we 
have some of the largest, west of the Ottawa, while some are rafted 
and towed to Oaw^o and other parts to be manufactured. The 
two largest are those of Messrs Flint & Yeomans, which is situated 
at the foot of Water Street, and that of Messrs H. B. Rathbun & 
Son, on the island at the mouth o'* the River. The capacity of 
both is about equal. In each there are from 90 to 100 saws, 
chiefly in gangs, capable of manufacturing from 75,000 to 100,000 
feet of lumber every 24 hours. A good idea of the extent of the 
business done at these mills may be obtained from the fact that, 
when in full blast, a sufficient quantity of lumber is made at each 
mill to load a schooner every 24 hours. Employment is given on 
both to between 160 to 200 men, whose weekly wages amount to 
about $1000. Another mill on the south line of the Bay is owned 
by Messrs. Page & Co., the owners of the mill on which was 
formerly known as Baker's Island. It was erected in 1864, and 
it") capacity has since been largely increased. It now manufactures 
about 50,000 feet per day. There i? also a saw mill on what is 
known as Myers' dam, owned by Mr. William Bleecker having 
25 saws. 



Foundries and Agricultural Works. — Belleville has long 
been noted as having some of the most extensive iron works and 
agricultural imj^lement manufactories in the Province. Year after 
year have these establishments carried off prizes at Provincial 
Exhibitions ; and, as a natural consequence, the demand for their 
manufactures throughout the P.'ovince is yearly increasing. The 
Messrs. Brown are the large- 1 manufacturers in the town. Their 
premises front on Mill, Foundry and Church streets, and cover a 
large extent of ground. During the past year, a large portion of 
their premises have been rebuilt, and they now have one of the 
finest and most complete establishments in the Province of Ontario. 
The business of the firm is chiefly iron work,'^and since the discov- 
ery of gold in north Hastings they have manufactured a number 
of the finest Quartz Mills which have been erected in the gold dis- 
trict. Of patterns, there is not a larger or more varied assortment 
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oomplete. In the same line of business is the firm of James 
Walker, & Co., at Coleman's dam. Commencing a little over 
four years ago, as successors to the Messrs. Patterson, they have 
built up a business as iron manufacturers and makers of hgricul. 
tural implements, not much inferior in extent to the best in the 
Province, irhile their work will compare favorably with the best. 
The members of the firm are all practical men, of large and varied 
experience, and it is gratifying to know that their business is yearly 
increasing. The gold excitement has also had a favorable efieot on 
their business, their foundry having already contributed two of 
the many Q'^artr Mills which have been sent ou*^ to the Hastings 
Gold District. The Victoria Foundry, owned by Mr. Wm. H. 
Wallbridge, is situated on Pinnacle street, and within the last few 
years, has largely inoreased its capacity for manufacturing. This 
establishment also is largely engaged -in the manufacture of agri- 
cultural implements, as well as engines, ploughs, castings, &c. 
There is another iron foundry, situated near the steam saw mill of 
Messrs. Flint & Yeomans, owned by Mr. Charles Martin, and 
known as the Moira foundry. It has all the machinery for the 
manufacture of steam engines, ploughs, stoves, and general castings, 
and the work turned out of this establishment ranks among the 
best. . 

The Crushing Mill at Bridgewater which is as neat and well exe- 
cuted as any built in the County, was constructed by Mr. Martin. 

IRON AND STEEL WORKS. 



There has been a falling ofif in the finer class of iron and steel 
works, and the only establishment of any importance in the town 
is that of Mr. E. Burrell. 

SswiNQ Machines. — Messrs. J. C. Irwin & Co., whose names 
throughout Canada are becoming as familiar as household words, 
have within the last two or three years been compelled to increase 
their capacity for the manufacturoof their celebrated family sewing 
machines. Every year they have carried off first prizes at the 
Provincial Exhibitions, and the World's Fair at Paris, awarded 
their machine a diploma. It is an important branch of industry 
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Chaib and Cabinet Faotobt. — One of the most important 
maaufaotories in town is that of Mr. Louis Roenigk. For years 
past he has been adiing one piece of machinery to another until he 
has now facilities for manufacturing not much inferior to some of 
the first-class e^jtablishments in the Province. Everything con- 
nected with the manufacture of chairs and other furniture is made 
on the premises, and having all the required machinery, and the 
best class of workmen he can supply dealers on as good terms as 
the largest factories in the Province. 

Otheb Manufactures. — There are other branches of manu- 
facture established at different points on the river, which contri- 
bute largely to the prosperity of the town. We have four sash, 
door and blind manufactories, carried on respectively by Messrs. 
George Walton, A. Diamond, A. N. Pringle, and Thompson & 
Reddick, giving employment to between thirty and forty men. 
Since the establishment of cheese factories, the demand for cheese 
boxes has been so great as to warrant the establishment of a factory 
specially devoted to this business. It is carried on by John P. 
Lever. A new and large woollen manufactory has been established 
by John Lazier, on the site of what is known as Reed's dam. It 
is a building four stories high, and is fitted up with the necessary 
machinery for the manufacture of cloths of all kinds. Another 
factory of the same kind is that of S. Ostrom, who has recently 
enlaiged his premises and largely increased his ilicilities for busi- 
ness. There are three flouring mills ; one occupied by Mr. James 
Grant, which has three run of stone, and is considered a first-class 
mill ; Mr. James Canniff still occupies the large stone mill, just 
outside the limits of the town, and a better mill can scarcely be 
found in the County. The old Sidney mill, on Coleman's dam is 
occupied by Mr. James Wallace, who has every facility for flour- 
ing and gristing. In addition to the foregoing, we have the soap 
and candle factory of F. A. Phippen, the extensive potashery of 
Mr. John A. Phippen , the large distillery, owned by the Hon. 
Robert Read ; £«o breweries, owned respectively by Messrs. Ben- 
nett & Bain, and Mr. L. J. Williams ; and other manufactories of 
various kinds. As we have before said, our manufactures are yet in 
their infancy, and with the immense resources at our command, they 
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STATISTICAL INFORMATION. 

At the time of the incorporation of Belleville in 18S6, the popu- 
lation was about 1000. In 1861, according to the census returns 
it numbered 6227 inhabitants. No census has since been taken of 
the town, but it wouH be within bounds to state, considering the 
rapid progress made since 1860, that the present number of inhab- 
itants is between 9000 and 10,000, If the town continues to 
progress in the same ratio, it will not be long before it will take its 
place among the cities of Canada: The following is a comparative 
return of the imports and exports of Belleville for the eight years 
ending December 30th, 1863 : 

Imports. Exportt. 

For the year 1856 $305,843 $342,771 

" 18S7 203,615 266,516 

" 1868 169,428 692,239 

" 1869 187,794 289,726 

" I860 172,949 400,008 

" 1861 173,956 291,594 

" 1862 160,279 276,225 

" 1863 126,224 391,799 

$1,489,987 $2,849,878 

Showing a surplus of exports over imports in eight years of 
$1,359,891. 

Commencing with 1864, the fiscal year ended in June instead 
of in December, and the returns are accordingly made up for the 
first six months : 

Imports. Duty. Exports. 

30th June, 1864 $33^091 $4,631.09 $ 70,19» 

" J866 101,050 7,131.79 319,730 

" 1866 127,038 8,598.82 660,217 

" 1867 145,683 16,22f.68 597,610 

" 1868 160,178 18,428.67 532,129 

$556,940 $54,919.80 $2,069,785 



Showing a surplus of exports over imports in the four years and a 
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The comparative statement of imports for the first eleven months 
of the years 1867-^S, are as follows : 

1867. 1868. 

Valui. Duty. Value. Duty. 

January $7,131 $1,267.45 $6,127 $1,062.09 

February 3,399 660.32 7,036 1,282.87 

March 11,760 1,868.83 17,260 2,370.85 

Api. 18,368 1,326.73 16,285 2,767.68 

May 22,292 921.12 14,664 834.05 

June 8,394 834.70 10,779 1,178.76 

July 11,630 1,077.86 10,241 1,674.24 

August 12,926 1,274.35 23,469 1,963.76 

September 17,636 1,916.97 24,397 2,760.08 

October 17,227 1,663.10 20,907 1,890.78 

November 10,623 1,721.07 35,999 1,971.03 

$141,375 $14,511.50 $186,064 $19,076.18 

The disparity between the amount of imports and duty ior No- 
vember, is accounted for by grain being admitted free under the 
tariff of 1868. Had the former tariff remained in force, the col- 
lections for this month would have more than doubled that of the 
corresponding period of 1867. 

SHIPPING. 

One of the most important commercial advantages of Belleville, 
is the facility for building ships. Our forests furnish everytaing 
for the buildbg of any description of vessel, and everything else b 
obtainable here from the keel to its complete outfit. Within the 
last few years several vessels of the largest class have been built 
here, and have found profitable employment in the carrying trade 
between this port and Oswego. Many of these schooners may also 
be found on Lake Erie as well as Lake Ontario. 



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ITS FUTURE. 



Few places in Canada have such a promising future before it as 
Belleville. Being the outlet of the vast mineral wealth of the 
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hftving excellent gravelled and macadamised roads leading into it, 
haying hourly communication by means of an eztensiye ferry with 
the rich and fertile County of Prince Edward, poBSdssed with 
excellent water power priyil^es for all kinds of manufactures, con- 
nected with the chief markets of the Dominion and the United 
States by Tater and railway and, withal, having an enterprising 
people there is nothing to prevent Belleville becoming at no distant 
period one of the chief cities of Canada 



LOCAL INFORMATION. 



TOWN GOVERNMENT. 

The Town of Belleville was incorporated in 1836. It is divided 
into four Wards, which are bounded as follows : 

Baldwin Ward is bounded on the north by the River Moira, 
on the east by the Town limits, on the south by Bridge street, 
and on the west by Pinnacle street. 

Coleman Ward consists of all that part of the Town lying 
west and north of the River Moira. 

Ketchcson Ward is bounded on the north and west by the 
River Moira, on the east by Pinnacle street, and on the south 
by Bridge street. 

Samson Ward comprises all that part of the Town south of 
Bridge street, on the east side of the River Moira. 

The Corporation of the Town is composed of twelve members, 
three for eaoh Ward, who hold their seats for three years, one 
of whom retires annually in rotation. The nomination of Mayor 
takes place at 10 o'clock A.M., and that of Councillors at 12 o'clock 
noon on the last Monday but one in December and the election 
on the first Monday in January, the polls opening at 9 o'clock, 
A.M., and closing at 5 o'clock, P.M. 

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TOWN COUNCIL — 1869. 

The Council meets once in two weeks, on Monday, at half 
past seven o'clock, P.M. 

Mayor. — P. D. Conger. 

Baldwin Ward. — Messrs. Thos. Holden, C. J. Starling and 
J. J. B. Flint. 

Coleman Ward. — Messrs. Alex Robertson, A. Watters and J. 
Vandusen. 

Ketcheson Ward, — Messrs. John Sutherland, James Kennedy 
and Thos. Kelso. 

Samson Ward. — Messrs. Geo. E. Henderson, R. Tannahill and 
W. A. Foster. 



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OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION. 

Town Clerk. — Robert M. Roy, 

Solicitor. — L. H. Henderson. 

Treasurer. — James Blaokloek. 

Lessee of Market. — James Maokie. 

Street Surveyor. — John Thompson. 

Tax Collectors. — John Kerr and Dunham Ockerman. 

Police Department. — Peter Foxton, Chief of Police; John 
McCradden, Sergeant; Thomas Downs, Stephen Garrett, Wm. 
Maujey, Policemen ; James Wilson, Messenger. 

Fire Department. — James Blacklook, Chief Engineer; John 
Taylor, Assistant Engineer; Wm. Rankin, Engineer Steam Fire 
Engine. 

POLICE COURT. 

The Police Court is held in the Town Hall at eleven o'clock 
A.M., each day. A. Diamond, Police Magistrate, R. M. Roy, 
Clerk. 

CUSTOM HOUSE. 

Office, north-west corner of Bridge and Pinnacle streets. W. P. 
Meudell, Collector; J. W. Verner, Surveyor; W. A. Beamish, 
Preventive Officer; W. Mcintosh, Packer. 



BANKS. 



MERCHANT S BANK OF CANADA, 

Head Office, Montreal. Capital, $6,000,000. 

Hugh Allan, President. Jackson Rae, Cashier, 
Arch. Cameron, Inspector. 
Belleville Branch. — Andrew Thomson, Manager ; Robert 
Thomson, Teller ; Walter H. Scott, Accountant ; John G. Camp- 
bell, Discount Clerk; Q. W. Neilson, Clerk. 

BANK OF MONTREAL. 

Head Office, Montreal. Capital, $6,000,000 

T. B. Anderson, President. E. H. King, General Manager. 

Belleville Branch. — W. R. Dean, Manager; Chas. Henry, 
Accountant and Teller ; W. F> Egan, Clerk. 



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POST 0FF;CK, BELLEVILLE. 

M. SweetDam, PoMt Office Inspector, Kingc^jD. 
J. H. Moaoham, Post Master; J. Brotloy, Assistant; J. Lacy 
andGeorgo Weagan, Clerks. 

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. 

East by Railroad two mails per day. 

West by Railroad two mails per day. 

Hours at which these mails arrive and depart depend on the 
hours fixed for the running of trains. 

English Mails, via New York and Boston, per Cunard Line, 
closes every Saturday, at 9 o'clock^ P. M. 

Per Canadian Line, every Thursday, at 9 o'clock, P. M. 

Mails close at Belleville for Cannifton, Stirling, Harrold, Mar- 
mora and Wallbridge, daily at 7 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) 

Bridgewater, Plainfield, Roslin, Thomasburg and Tweed, daily 
at 7 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) 

Madoo, Fuxboro, Halloway, Ivanhoe and West Huntingdon, 
daily at 1 P. M. (Sundays excepted.) 

Uillier, Albury, Allisonville, Amelinsburgh, Melville, Mountain 
View and Rednerville, daily at 7 A.M., every Tuesday, Thursday 
and Saturday. 

Moira and Thurlow, every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. 

Bogart and Stoco, every Tuesday and Friday, at 7 A. M. 

Picton route daily, (Sundays excepted) at 5 A. M. 



VOLUNTEER MILITIA. 
Fifteenth Battalion Infantry. 

,, HEAD QUARTERS, BELLEVILLE. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — A. A. Campbell. 

Majors. — Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel John Sutherland, and T. 
C. Wallbridge. 

Surgeons. — Jas, Lister, M. D., D. B. Burdett, M. D. 

Qua/rter Master. — Lieut. GcO. B. Crozier. 

Paymaster. — Captain L. H. Henderson. 

Adjutant and Drill Instructor. — Captain R. C. Hulme. 

Co. No. l.r-G. C. Holton, Captain; James Mallooh, Lieuten- 
ant ; J. P. Thompson, Ensign. 

Co. No. 2. — Frederick Ridley, Captain; Frederick Bogart, 
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Oo. No. 3. — Smith Stephens, Captain ; Uriah Thompson, 
Lieutenant ; Jta. Maooun, Entign. 

Oo. No. 4. — S. S. Laiinr, Captain; Alex. Robertaon, Lieu- 
tenant ; George Stewart, Entign. 

Co. No. 5. — L. N. F. Groiior, Captain; Jas. Lister, LieU' 
tenant. 

Co. No. 6. — Henry A. F. Maoleod, Captain; Jas. Maokie, 
Lieutenant; W. J. Diamond, Ensign. 

Forty-ninth .Battings Battalion of Infantry. 
HEAD QUARTEBS, STIRLINQ. 

Lieutenant-Colonel. — James Brown, M. P. 
Majori. — M. Bowell, M. P., and Jas. Cummings. 
Surgeon. — Charles N. Ridley. 
Paymaster. — George H. Gordon. 
Quarter Master. — Captain George James. 
Adjutant and Drill Instructor. — Edward Fidlar. 

Co. No. 1 Rifles, Belleville.— P. H. Hambly, Captain ; Hut- 
chison Carrainers, Lieutenant; Edward Harrison, Ensign; 

Co. No. 2, Stirling.— G. H. Boulter, M. P. P., Captain; J. 
Hawley, Lieutenant ; Robert Fidlar, Ensign. 

Co. No. 3, Sidney, Town Hall — B. U. Vandervoort, Captain; 
Geo. H. Cay er\y, Lieutenant ; Theodore Foster, Ensign. 

Co. No. '4, Madoo. — Goo. D. Rawe, Captain; Baldwin Fra- 
leck, Lieutenant; Charles Anderson, Ensign. 

Co. No. 5, Melrose. — Stephen Pashley, Captain ; Charles An- 
derson, Lieutenant ; John Cole, Ensign. 

Co. No. 6, Garrison Battery, Trenton. — H, W. Day, M. D., 
Captain; Shuter Bonter, Lieutenant ; Charles Francis, Ensign. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

OHUROH OF ENGLAND. 

St. Thorn m' Church. — Corner of Bridge and Church streets. — 
Rev. John Grier, M.A., Rector. Rev. A. Baldwin, Curate. 
■€hurch Wardens : Francis MoAnnany and D. Maonider. 

Hours of Service (Sabbath.) — At 11 A.M., and 7 P.M. 

Sabhath School, at 3 P.M., at St. Thomas's Church ; and at 
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Chritt Church.— Hwt Upper Bridge, West BelleTille.— B«t. 
Septimus Jones, Rector. Church Wardens : P. D. Conoer, and 
0. L. Ooleman. Sorrices on Sahhtth, at 11 A.M., and 7 P.M. 

SaUath School, and Pastor's Bible Class, 3 P.M. 

Communion eyery third Sunday in the month, and public Bap- 
tism every fourth Sunday in the month. 

OHUROH OF SCOTLAND. 

St. Andrew' i Church. — Corner of Church and Hotel Streets. — 
George Neilson, Thomas Rutherford, John Maonider, James Bal- 
canquel, and William Tennant, Elders. 

Bourse/ Service, (Sabbath.)— 11 A. M., and 6^ P. M. Week 
Day : Bible Class on Thursday evening. 

Sabbath School— 2^ P. M. 

PRESBTTIRIAN OHUROH. 

John Street Church, in connection with the Presbyterian Church 
of Canada — Corner of John and Hotel streets. Rev. William 
MoLart-n, Pastor. George Robertson, Dr. R. Holden, Geo. Keith,. 
John G. Campbell, A. G. Norihrup, John Keith, Elders. 

ffoura of Service (Sabbath), 11 A.M., and 6.30 P.M. 

Lecture on Wednesday, and Prayer Meeting on Friday evenings. 
, Sabbath Scfiool, at 3 P.M.. A. G. Northrup, Superintendent. 

WSSLEYAN MKTHODIST OHUROH. 

Pastors: — Rev. G. R. Sanderson, and Rev. John Burwash, 
M.A. 

Bridge Street Church. — Corner Bridge and Church Streets ; 
Joel Jellyman, Thomas Mcintosh, W. Watt, H. Yeomans, W. 
Reeves, J. H. Meacham, N. Jones, John Lewis, S. M. Benson, 
Charles Martin, A. L. Bogart, James Ross, Trustees. 

BUeker Street Church. — On Bleeker Street Avenue, near the 
Railway Station. S. M. Benson, C. Y. Bogart, E. Burrell, Wm. 
Bleeker, and J. W. Turner, Trustees. 

Hours of Service, {Sabbath) — 11 A.M., and 6.30 P.M., und on 
Tuesday evening at 7.30. Prayer Meeting in Bleeker Ktrt-et Chuich 
on Thursday evenings, and in Bridge St. Church on Friday even- 
ings. 

Sabbath School in each Church at 2.30 P.M., Jas. Wensley, 
Superintendent Bleeker Street Church ; Hon. Billa Flint, Super- 
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MITUODUT IPISOOPAL OHUBOH. 

doner of Church and Fonodrj stroeti. IUt. JoMph Wild, Pu> 
tor. Jamei Walk«r, S. Oitrom, £. OoldMnith, A. Carmtn, and 
0. Petenon, Truiteea. 

Hourt of Service, {Sabbath) 11 A. M, and 6.30 P.M. Prayer 
Meeting on Wedneaday eveninga. 

Sabbath School at 9.30 A.M. Re?. A. Carman, Superinten- 
dent 

OONOBIOATIONAL OHUROH. 

Hotel Street, between Pinnaole and Church Streeta. 
Sabbath Service, 11 A.M., and 6.30 P.M. Sabbath School, 
2.30 P.M. Prayer Meeting on Wedneaday eyeninga, 7.30 P.M. 

BOMAN CATHOLIC CHUBOH. 

St. MichaeVa Church, — On the weat aide of Church street. Rot. 
Dean Brennan, Pastor. Rev. John Brennan, Curate. Michael 
Qraham, C. Warder, J. R. Qrainger, and James Dolan, Truateea. 

Hour$ of Service, {Sabbath) 7.30, and 10.30 A.M., and 3 P.M. 

Sabbath School — Father John, Superintendent. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC SKPABATB SCHOOL. 

There are two Roman Catholic Separate Schools, both of which 
are located on John street. The boys are taught by Michael 
Mooney, and the girls by Miss Klisabeth Moran, assisted by Miss 
Mary Moran. The School Trustees are : J. B. Lynch, D. Hoi- 
den, T. West, J. Fox, W. Donovan, M. Grainger, D. Brennan, and 
Wm, Perkins. 



EDUCATIONAL. 



ALBERT COLLIOE. 

Thb institution was opened in 1857. It is owned and control- 
led by the Episcopal Methodist Church in Canada, and has been 
erected into a University. One hundred students can board and 
lodge within the building, while the class-rooms are sufficient for 
four hundred. The course of instt;^otion includes all the branches 
of Common School, Grammar School, and Cellmate training. 
Ladies can take a thorough oourse in science and languages, espe- 
cially prepared for them, and receive diplomas. Candidates for 
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write, and have some knowledge of grammar, arithmetic, and geo- 
graphy. There are three terms in the year, beginning early in 
September, early in January, an'* late in, April. The CounW 
Conncil have voted by By-Law an annual sum of $200, towarcb 
an endowment ot a Professorship of Mines and Agricultural 
Ghemutry in Albert University. 

PRESIDENT, REV. A. CARMAN, H.A. 
PROFESSORS, AC. 

Rev. A. Carman M. A Pro/tasor of MetaphyticB &a. 

Bev. Geo. G. Hapgood D. D Ancient Literature. 

B. B, Carman M. A Chemistry <& Mineralogy. 

Thomas Nichol M. T' Physiology cfc Ethnology. 

Rev. Joseph Wild M. A Hebrew. 

John Macoun M. A Botany & Geology. 

Thomas Macintyre M. A History dr Eng. Lit. 

Jas. Thompson Bell, Professor of Mineralogy and Agricul- 
tural Chemistry. 

Mrs. M. A. Smith Preceptress of the Ladies College. 

Mr. G . S. Wright Tutor in Modem Language. 

St. Geo. B. Crozier Professor of Music. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

The Senior County Grammar School is situated between St. 
Thomas and St. Andrew's Church, cast side of Church St., imme- 
diately east of Court House. The School is managed by a Board 
composed of six Trustees, three of whom are appointed by the 
Town and three by the County Council, two of whom retire each 
year. It is free to all children resident in the Town and County. 
Pupils residing beyond the limits of the County $4 per quarter. 
The expense of the School is paid by a Government appropriation 
and the balance by the Town Council. 

Alexander Burden, Head Master — salary $900 per annum; 
Assistant, Rev. M. Bond — salary $600. 

Trustees for 1868-69 — Rev. John Grier, A. M. Chairman; 
A. Diamond, Thos. Wills, D. Pitceathly, A. G. Northrup, Thos. 
Wills, Secretary-Treasurer, Rev. John Brennan. 

COMMON SCHOOLS. 

There are five Common Schools in the Town of Belleville, con- 
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schools devolves upon a Board of eight Trustees, two for each 
Ward. The Trustees for 1869 are F. McAnnany, chairman, W. A. 
Shepard, E. J. Sisson, M. Sawyer, Chas. Coleman, Wm. Tennant, 
Jas. Robervson, N. B. Falkin^r, John A. Maoinnes, Secretary- 
Treasurer ; John Kerr, Collector. 

School No. 1. — Gilbert Street, John Macoun, Master; Martha 
Shanks, Assistant. 

School iVo. 2.— Catherine street, Wm. Beatty, Master, Mr. 
Hughes, 1st Assistant ; Miss. Kerr, 2nd Assistant. 

School No. 3. — Pinnacle street, Stephen Pcshly, Master ; Miss 
Rankin, Assii^ant. 

School No. 4. — North-east corner of Church an("i Hotel streets. 
John McKeown, Master. 

School No. 5. — Grove street, Coleman Ward, G. R. Shepard, 
teacher. 

School No. 6 or GirVs School. — Kingston Road, Miss Baunan, 
Head Teacher ; Miss Leach, Assistant. 



ASSOCIATIONS AND SOCIETIES. 

ORANGE LODGES. 

Iloyal Black Knights of Ireland — Preceptory. 153. — James 
Macoun, W. M. John G. Moore, D. M. ; W. N. Scholes. R ; Jason 
H. Post, T. Royal Scarlet Chapter — Geo. D. Dickson, Knight 
in Command. 

L. 0. L. No. 727— Officers for 1869 : Jas Macoun, W. M. ; 
Alex. Arthurs. D. M ; A. Come, S. ; Edward Smeaton, T ; 
Committee: J. T. McCreary, A. Pettis, Geo. Kinch, J. Stout. 
Thos. Turner, T. 

Benjamin Orange Lodge, 274 — Officers for 1869 : Jason H. 
Post, W. M. M. L. Bottoms, D. M. Daniel Ackerill, T.; Wm. 
Hodgson, S. ; J. W. Sexmith ; C. T. Pashley T. Committee, John 
G. Moore, Geo. D. Dickson, C. Addison, R. S. Mensies, Thos. 
Good. Auditors — W. U. fccholes and S. Beattie. 

Orange District No, 1, North Hastings. — The following 
Brethren were elected office-bearers for this District for the current 
year : — John Jeffers, D. M. ; Thomas Waren, D. D. M. ; Geo. 
Wiggins, D. T. ; James Gay, D. S. ; Rev. A. 0. Doxy, D. C. 

Officers of L. 0. L., No. 321, Modoc. — The following are the 
officers of L. 0. L., No. 321 for the year 1869, viz :— L. S. Guffin, 
reelected, W. M. ; Wellington Bristol, D. M. ; John Robertson, 
Treasurer; Peter Begg, Secretary; John Ault, Ist Committee 
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L. 0. L. 240, Frank/ord. — The foUowiog are the offioe-bearen 
for the present year : — Thofl. Crowe, W. M. ; Rev. G. W. Byam, 
D. M. ; John Loveless, T. ; John Gonsaul, Sec. ; Thos. Foster, 
Chap. 

L. 0. L. No. 295. — The officers for the current year are : — 
Lawrenson, W. M. ; Robert Hamilton, D. M. ; John Carter, 
Treaburer; Robert Duffin, Secretary; Archie CoUens, S. C. ; 
Thomas Lloyd, Chaplain. 

Orange District No. 2, South Hastings. — The fo^owing are the 
names of the officers for this District for the year 1869 : — Bro. 
Edward Elliott, D. M. ;.Bro. John Gerow, D.D. M. ; Bro. Richd. 
Newton, D. T. ; Bro. Wm. Wray, D. 8. ; Bro. Rev. A. Gordon, 
D. C. ; Bro. Wm. Stokes, D. D. of C. 

Officers of Orange District No. 2, North Hastings. — The fol- 
lowing were elected officers for the year 1869, viz: — John N. 
Moore, District Master ; L. S. Guffin, Deputy , Jas. Tassie, Trea- 
surer ; Peter Bogg, Secretary ; James Moore, Marshal At the 
elose of the meeting it was unanimously carried, That the thanks 
of this District are hereby tendered to Bro. Chas. Gream, Esq., 
retiring Secretary, for the faithful discharge of his duties as Dis- 
trict Secretary. 

L. 0. L. No. 748, Tweed. — At the annual meeting of this 
Lodge, held in the Orange Hall, Tweed, on Mondav evening, 14th 
instant, the following Brethren were elected office-bearers for the 
ensuing year : — J. T. Carlton, W. M. ; W. Brown, W. M. ; Jas. 
Reid, T. ; Wm. Wray, S. ; Rev. P. B. Nolton, C. ; John Torrance, 
D. C. Committee— W. Elliott, John Caskey, Wm. Hicks, Wm. 
Spencer, W. Hardy. 

Orange County Lodge, South Hastings, 1869. — John G. 
Moore, County Master; John Graham, Deputy County Master;' 
Rev. G. H. Byam, County Chaplain ; James Reid, County Trea- 
surer; H. L. Bottoms, County Secretary; Geoi^e Sherman, 
County D. of C. 

Orange County Lodge, North Hastings, 1869. — John S. Ha- 
german. County Master ; John White, Deputy Coun^ Master ; 
Rev. Mr. Dozie, Chaplain ; Thomas Fmo, Secretary ; Wm. Ward, 
Treasurer ; Geo. Wi^ins, Director of Ceremonies. 

ST. Andrew's society. 

Number of members about 200. D. B. Robertson, President ; 



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Wm. Tennant, let Vioe-Presideni ; James Harrold, 2nd Vice- 
Pretident ; James Waters, S^xsretary, Robert Thomson, Treasurer. 

ONTARIO SKATING RINK AND aTMNASIUH. 

Situated on Taylor's Hill, east side of George street, between 
Hotel and Queen streets. Erected and finished at a cost of about 
^,000. The officers for the present year : are Andrew Thomson, 
President ; R. Stewart, M. D , Vice-President ; S. S. Lazier, Se- 
cretary-Treasurer ; C. Dunbar, Lessee.' 



b. LLEVILLE SOCIETIES. 



MASONIC LODGES. 



Moira Royal Arch Chapter — A. Ellis, Ist Principal; W. Doctor, 
2nd Principal ; J. Taylor, 3rd Principal; W. L. Hamilton, Scribe. 

Moira Lodge No. 11, G. R. C. — W. Bros. A. Diamond,W. M. 
N. B. Falkiner, I. P. M.,Eber C Flint, P. M., Bros. P. D. Conger 
S. W.,S. Stephens, J.W., John Kerr, Treasurer ; Rev. Bros. Joseph 
Wild, Chaplain ; James Peard, Secretary ; James Mackie, S. D., 
David Price, J. D., George C. Holton, Mat. M. Thompson, 
Samuel S. Lazier, Stewards; J. P. Huyok, T. G. DonaldUrquhart, 
Tyler. 

The Belleville Lodge, No. 123, G. R. C— W. Bro. Donald Bain, 
W. M., R. W. Bro. L. H. Henderson, I. P. M., W. Bro. John 
Taylor, P. M., John Paul, S. W., Alex. Webster, J. W.. 
James Smith, Treasurer; Revd. Bros. Wm. Hay, Chaplain; 
Wm. L. Hamilton, Secretary ; Joseph Northcott, S. D., Wesley 
BttUen, J. D., Donald Graham, John McEeown, Stewards ; Uriah 
Thompson, Dir. of C, Daniel Cunningham, I. G. D., Urquhart, 
Tyler. 

WORKINGMAN'S TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION. 

This Association meets every Tuesday evening in the Marble 
Hall, Front street. 

Amos Proctor, President; James H. N. Redick, Ist. Vice- 
President; Hugh Walker, 2ad. Vice-President ; E. L. Palin, Re- 
cording Secretary ; Jason Post, Financial Secretary ; James 
Macoun, Treasurer; William Dame, Conductor; William White, 

Assistant Conductor', C Tute, Warder, 
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BELLr:VILLE CURLING CLUB. — 1869. 

D. Pitoeathly, Esq., President ; Jas. Blacklook, Esq., Vice-Presi- 
dent; D. B. Robertson, Esq., Secretary; Jas. W. Thompson, 
Esq., Treasurer -, 



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JRink Committee — W. A. Shepard, Thos. Kelso, Geo. D. Diok- 
SOD, W. R. Dean, Thos. MoNider, Geo. Ritchie and Geo. Neilson^ 
Bsqs. 

BELLEVILLE BRANCH BIBL^ SOCIETT. 

F. McAonany, President ; M. Sawyer, Dr. Stewart, Dr. 
Hope, Mayor General Uanwell, C. V. Bogart, George Robertson, 
Charles Martin, Vice-President ; Treasurer, Dr. Holden ; Secre- 
tary, John J. B. Flint, Depositary, J. C Holden. 

Committee. — Messrs. Bnrdon, Sisson, Dr. Gannifi, Dr. Relyea. 
E. Miles, D. D. Conger, A. G. JNorthrup, George Ritchie, and 
Caleb Garrett. 



GOOD TEMPLARS, 

MoiRA Temple No. 241. 

Organized May 23rd, 1862. 

Numbers 400 Members— Meets every Monday evening in the 
Marble Hall, Belleville. The following are the officers elected for 
the term commencing November, 1868. 

F. G. Meacham, P D.G.W.C.T. 
A. G. Northrup, C D.G.W.C.T. 
H. R. Atkins, T.D.G-W.C.T. 
J. C Holden, W-C.T 
Robt. TannahiU, P. W.C.T. 
W. H. Garratt, T.D. 

G. V. N. Relyea, W.C.T. 
H. L. Bottoms, P.W.C.T. 
H. F. Gardiner, W.V.T. 
J. Muir, W.S. 
W. Barber, W.F.S. 
W. Meredith, W. T. 



G. W Ostrom, W. R. S. 
Wm. TiUey, W. F. S. 

B. S. Gilbert, W. T. 
H. R. Harper, W. M. 
W. A. Ostrom, W. J. G. 
— Stickney, W. M. 

R- Tuite, W. J. G. 

C. Tuite, W. C. G. 

John Wallis, chorister. 



NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 

The Intelligencer. — Established in 1834. Published every 
Friday, by Mackenzie Bowell, at $2 per annum. Office, Front street, 
second building from Bridge street. 

The Daily /nteWiyencer.— Established May, 1867. Published 
every lawful day, at $5 per annum- Office, Front street, second 
building north from Bridge street. 

Hastings Chronicle. — Established in 1841. Published every 
Wednesday, by E. Miles and John R. Mason, at $2 per annum. 
Office, corner of Front and Hotel streets. 



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The Hattingt Directory. — Pnbliahed by Maokeniie Bowell, at 
The Intelligencer Newspaper, Book and Job Office, Front strtet, 
second building north from Bridge street. 



GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY. 

Head Office, Montreal. Oharles J. Bridges, Managing Director, 
Montreal ; W. J. Spicer, Local Superintendent, Toronto ; James 
Stephenson, Assistant Superintendent, Toronto; R. Larmour, 
Assistant Superintendent, Brantford \ John Bell, Q. C, Solicitor, 
BeUc'-ile. 

BELLEVILLE STATION, P. 0. 

W. C. Nunn, Agent ; P. Ryan, Night Agent ; John Kelly and D. 
McNab, Ticket Clerks and Telegraph Operators; J. C. Glarkson, 
Freight Clerk ; J. Teal, Locomotive Foreman. 

During the last year a new locomotive shop has been built in 
Belleville ; both shops have now room to accommodate twenty-four 
locomotives. In connection with the Railway here, there are about 
one hundred and twenty persons employed. The Belleville station 
is one of the most profitable on the line, the traffic connected with 
which is rapidly increasing. 



BELLEVILLE AND MARMORA RAILROAD. 

Two routes have been surveyed for this road. By the first the 
distance between the port of Belleville and the Iron Works at 
Marmora, is 32^ miles. Estimated cost $600,000. By the 
second route, the distance is 45^ miles. Estimated cost $900,000. 

Both routes are laid down on the Map which accompanies this 
work. 



LACROSSE CLUB. 

Established in ]867. The following are the officers for the 
current year : — E. R. Benjamin, President ; W. H. Garratt, Vice- 
President; F. L. Bogart, Secretary-Treasurer. 

Committee of Management. — W. F. Egan, John G. Moore, D. 
Price, George Roche, C. Henry, F. Flynn, W. H. Nantes. 



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EXPRESS OFFICE. 

James W. Thompson, Agent. Office in the Telegraph Office 
Bridge Street. 



MONTREAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE. 

James W. Thompson, Manager; Uriah E. Thompson, Operator. 
Office, Bridge Street. 



ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES. 
James Whiteford, Front Street, Belleville. 



MASTER IN CHANCERY. 

William W. Dean, Master in Chancery. Office, Bridge Street, 
South side. 



MOIRA FIRE COMPANY, No. 1. 

P. Y. Selden, Captain; James Quinn, Lieutenant; Richard 
Burke, 2d Lieutenant ; William Campbell, Secretary. 



CROWN TIMBER OFFICE. ■ 

Joseph F. Way, Crown Timber Agent; John A. Molnnes, 
clerk. Office, Dominion Buildings, Bridge Street, Belleville. 



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COLLECTOR OF INLAND REVENUE. 

Ellis R. Benjamin, Collector of Inland Revenue. Office, Front 
Street, over Apothecaries' Hall. W. L. Hamilton, Exciseman. 



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BY-LAWS O:^ BELLEVILLE. 



FIRES AND FIRE COMPANIES. 

BY-LAW NO. 1. 



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2. Enacts that, every person between the ages of fifteen and 
sixty years is required to assist at fires, at the request of officers 
of Fire Companies, members of the Corporation, and Constables. 

12. All Carters are obliged to draw water to fires. 

13. Sextons of each Church having a bell, are required to ring 
the bell for fifteen minutes, upon the breaking out of a fire. 

16. Any officer appointed by the Town may search any pre- 
mises where there is reason to believe there is anything hazardous 
or dangerous in causing fires; shall notify owners or occupiers 
to have such nuisance removed, and if not done in six hours, a 
penalty is incurred ; in case it is not abated within 24 hours, the 
officer may cause its removal. 

17. Stove pipes not passing through stones, earthen potf>, or 
pipe cylinders, musv. be kept six inches from any part of the 
wood of the partition, and at least six inches from the ceiling. 

18. Stove pipes not to be carried through a window or side or 
end of a building. 

19. Stove pipes passing through the roof of a building to be 
secured in a bnck fiae, built from the garret floor, and three feet 
above the roof. 

20. Pipe holes not in use must be kept closed, and fire-boards 
must be covered with tin or iron. 

21. Stoves must be nine inches from any wooden partition, 
unless such partition be protected by tin. 

22. Blacksmiths' shops within four rods of any other building, 
shall have a return flue in the chimney. 

23. Persons must not carry lighted coals through streets unless 
in a covered vessel of iron. 

24. Provision must be made by every occupier of a house for a 
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wooden material in his tenement, is liable to the penalty imposed 
by this By law. 

25. Persons not allowed to carry a lir;uted candle into a stable 
unless enclosed in a lantern. 

26. No person shall have in his possession a lighted ^ipe or 
oigar in any mill, or workshop, wherein are combustible materials, 
or in any stable or barn. 

27. Persons requiring to burn chips, straw, &o., shall do so on 
a damp day, when there is no wind, and at least 20 feet from any 
building or vessel. ^ 

29. Buildings of two storeys or more to have a scuttle on the 
roof, and a staircase or ladder leading to the same from the inside. 
Penalty 01 for every three days such building is unprovided with 
such conveniences. 

80. Every building not more than two storeys high, must be 
provided with a ladder from the ground three feet above the eavci^ 
of the building, and one from the eaves to the ridge of the roof. 

31. The mayor and any two members of the Council have 
power to destroy a building for the purpose of retarding a fire. 

32. Provides for the appointment of a Chimney Viewer, who, 
when culled upon, shall cause to be swept the Chimneys of such 
persons who desire it, for which he will be entitled to the following 
rates; 

For sweeping a chimney not exceeding in height a ground floor 
and a garret, 6d ; each additional flue, 3d. 

For sweeping a chimney not exceeding in height two floors, and 
a garret, 9d ; each additional flue, 3d. 

For sweeping a chimney not exceeding in height three floors 
and a garret, Is; each additional flue, 4d, 

For sweeping a chimney higher thau is named above, Is. 3d ; 
each additional flue, 6d. 

33. The Chimney Viewer shall call upon every occupier of a 
house once in six months, and tender his services to have the 
chimney swept. 

35. No person to sweep chimneys unless under the direction of 
the Chimney Viewer. 

36. No person shall in any way hinder such Chimney Viewer 
or his servants in the discharge of their duties. 



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BY-LAW NO. 91. 

1. The Town Council shall appoint the Chief Engineer and 
the Assistant Engineer of the Fire Department, from such persons 
as may be nominated by a majority of the members of any Fire 
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4. Any Company of Aotive or Volunteer Militia Force offering 
their services as a Firo Company, shall be held to be a fire Com- 
pany, and the officers of such Company shall have similar powers 
as the selected officers of any Fire Company. 

5. Monthly returns of the condition of the Fire Department to 
be made to the Council. 

'6. Each fireman to receive not exceeding $6 per annum, by 
resolution of the Council. 



NUISANCES. 

BYLAW MO. 122. 

1 . Persons depositing building material on any ptiblio ground, 
upon being notified to remove it by the Street Surveyor, or any 
member of the Town Council, shall do so within 24 hours ; pro- 
vided it be not required for immediate use, and then the space 
occupied by such material shall not be more than half the width 
of the street opposite the building site. 

2. Persons not allowed ^o deposit or encumber any street or 
public ground with any article except for the purpose of immediate 
removal. 

3. Carriages, hand carts or barrows, not permitted to stand on 
any footpath or crossing, so as to incommode travellers. 

4. Bathing publicly within the limits of the Town between the 
hours of 6 a.m. and 9 p.m., prohibited ; and no person permitted 
to indecently expose his or her person, or conduct himself or her- 
self in an obscene manner. 

5. Dead animals, carrion, or other nuisance, not allowed to be 
placed in any street or public ground,, or in the river or bay, or on 
the shores of the waters. 

6. No person shall suffer any carrion or other nuisance to remain 
on any lot or premises belonging to him. 

7. No person shall suffer drinking, gambling or fighting on hid 
premises, to the annoyance of the public. 

8. Fishing, shooting, or the use of fire-arms on the Sabbath day, 
prohibited. 

9. Bawdy houses, or houses of ill fame, prohibited. 

10. Persons prohibited from frequenting houses of ill fame. 

11. Persons who shall oy any means cause to flow any water, 
filth, or matter on any street, or on the premises of any other per- 
son, shall be liable to a fine. 

12. Horses standing in any street or public place, must be tied 
or properly secured. 



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13. PenoDB prohibited from riding or driving at an immodo' 
rate rate through the Btreeta, or f«. ter than a wallc on any bridge. 

14. Horses not permitted upon any sidewalk, except for oroasing 
the same. 

15. No person shall discharge any fire-arms, or set off fire-balls, 
squibs or rockets in any street, or within 200 yards of any build- 
ing, or play at ball in any street. 

16. No person sha!' obstruct any water-course or drain, or remove 
without permission of the Street Surveyor, any portions of side 
walk or crossings. 

17. Every occupier of a house or shop, and the owner of any 
vacant lot on Front street between Dundas street and the upper 
Bridge, shall remove the snow upon the sidewalk directly in front 
thereof 

18. Fighting or challenging to fight, prohibited. 

19. Persons prohibited from mtiking any disturbance in, near 
or contiguous to any place of public worship, or to utter or employ 
any pro^ne swearing, oath, obscene, blasphemous or grossly insult- 
ing language and odier immorality in streets, highways and public 
places. 

20. No person shall encourage any dog to fight or worry any 
other dog in the Town. "^ 

21. No person allowed to injure or destroy any tree or shrub 
in any public place for shade or ornament, or injure or deface any 
sign, window or building, or to paint, draw, or inscribe any inde- 
cent words, characters, pictures, &c., on any building, wall, 
fence. &c. 

22. Persons driving with a sleigh, obliged to have two or more 
sleigh bells affixed to the harness of the horse or horses. 

23. No person shall slide down any of the hills on any of the 
streets or sidewalks, upon any hand or other sleigh. 

24. Repeals By-law No. 2. 

25. Penalty for the infraction of any of the provisions of this 
By-law, not less than fifty cents, nor more $20, and costs, in default, 
imprisonment not exceeding twenty days. 

BY-LAW NO. G7. 

1. The Health Officer shall visit daily all Slaughter Houses 
within the limits of the town, and order the prompt removal of 
all offal, &c. ; not immediately complying, the owner is liable to the 
penalty of this By-law. 



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VAGRANTS AND DISORDERLT PERSONS. 

BT-LAW NO. 4. 

1. CoDBtables to arrest and convey anv vagrant, drunkard, vaga- 
bond, mendicant, street-beggar, or any dninkcn or disorderly per- 
son to gaol. 

2. Any person who may be called upon by a Constable, is required 
to assist such Constable in making any arrests. 

3. No person shall hinder or obstruct Constables in the perform- 
ance of their duty. 



IMPOUNDING CATTLE, GOATS, Ac. 

BT-LAW NO. 6. 

1. Provides for the appomtment of two Pound K6^<)per8, one for 
that part of the Town east of the River Moira, and the other for 
that part west of the river, who shall provide a suitable place for a 
pound. 

2. Pound Keepers to impound all horses, cattle, sheep, geese and 
swine, that may be runniDg at large, or that shall trespass upon the 
land or premises of any person, (being enclosed by a lawful fence) 
and detain them until all fees and damages are paid. Pound 
Keepers shall be allowed over and above any claim for damages and 
the penalty : for every horse or head of cattle. Is 3d ; every hog, 
Is 3d ; every sheep, 3d and for every {^oose 3d. They shul 
be allowed for posting the requisite notice, Is; for attending 
for the appointment and serving copies of the same upon the 
appraisers, 2s ; and for the sale of every distress. Is 3d. They 
shall be obliged to provide the necessary food and drink for the 
animals impounded, for which they are entitled to charge the 
following rates : for every horse. Is 3d per day ; for every head of 
cattle, Is per day ; for every sheep and h(^, 6d per day each, and 
for every goose three cents : which severd, sums shall go to the 
Pound Keepers for their fees. 

5. Pound keepers shall, within 48 hours and not before 24 hours 
after the distress shall have been impounded, cause a notice thereof 
in writing to be posted on the Pound gates, and in three other 
public places in the Town, giving description of the distress, and 
specifying when and where the same shall be exposed for sale; and 
in case the owner does not redeem the same, by paying all fees and 
claims within eight days after such notice is given, the Pound 
Keeper may proceed and sell the distress to the highest bidder ; 
after deducting his own l^al chaises, they shall pay the damages, 
if any, to the person entitled thereto, and the penalty, one-half to 
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the Town Treasurer for Town pu-poees; and the overpliu, if 
any, to the owner of such distreos, if known, and if not known, to 
the Treasurer, and if not claimed within three months, to bo 
applied to Town purposes. 

6. A person taking animals, to the Pound, obliged to state what 
demands he may have for damages, and in ease the owner tender to 
the Pound Keeper the sum which may afterward be awarded, with 
the costs incurred, he shall not be liable for costs afterwards incur- 
red, but all such subsequent costs shall be paid by the party claim- 
ing extravagant damages. 

7. In case the owner objects to the damages claimed, the Pound 
Keeper shall apply to the Mayor or any Councillor, who shall ap- 
point three disinterested persons to appraise the damages. 

8. Pound Keepers to give notice to the Clerk of the Council 
inmediately after the impounding of any animals with the name of 
tht person who delivered the same to the Pound, and the amount 
claimed for damages. 

9. Owners of animals impounded to pay the following penalties: 
for every stallion, $4 ; for every mare or gelding, 50 cents ; for 
every ox, 50 cents ; for every sheep, 12^ cents; and for every hog, 
25 cents. 

11. Pound Keepers to make quarterly returns to the Clerk of 
the Council. 

12. Provides that in case Pound Keepers make any unlawful 
charges, they may be fined or suspended from office. 

BYLAWS N08. 120 AND 121. 

1. Extends the provisions of By-law No. 5, to any goat or goats, 
running at large, and to the owner or owners thereof. 

2. Any owner or owners of goats or swine knowingly letting 
such animals run at large, he, she, or they, subject themselves to a 
penalty not exceeding $1 for each such animal. In default, impri- 
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ENCROACHINa ON STREETS. 

BT-LAW NO. 1 5. 

2. Provides that the Town Surveyor shall give the lineation of 
lots situated in front of streets, squares or other public ways when- 
ever called upon, for which he is entitled to receive three pence 
per foot, for every foot frontage ; and no person shall erect, rebuild, 
or enlarge any house, building or wall upon the front of streets, 
squares, or other public way, without having first obtained the 
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ERECTION OF WOODEN BUILDINGS. 

BT-LAW NO. 17. 

2. Provides that any person erecting a building within certain 
limits, ( described in By-law number eighty-six, ^ whioh shall b« 
adjacent to any other house or building, shall build a guard and 
substantial party wall of brick or stone, on the side adjoining any 
other building, which wall shall not be less than 12 inches thick, if 
of brick, and not less than 16 inches thick, if of stone, and bo ter- 
minated at the top by a fire-guard wall of the same thicknoes. with 
proper coping ana raisings not less than 18 inches above i'ni\ rx)f; 
provided that if such description of wall bo previously standing in 
the adjoining house, then the person erecting such now house shall 
not be required to make a second wall. 

3. No blacksmith's shop shall be erected within the limits of the 
Town, including the west side of Front street to the bank of tho 
river, of any other material than brick or stone, and the ceiling 
thereof to be plastered ; nor shall any chimnov be built in such 
blacksmith's shop that is not constructed according to the self-con- 
suming principle. 

BY-LAW NO. 127, 

Provides that no wooden clapboarded, or frame dwelling-house, 
kitchen, shop, warehouse, coach house, stable, shed, or other 
wooden clapboarded or frame building, except whore 'Contracts for 
the same are already entered into, shall be begun, carried on, 
built or erected, or placed in that part of the town of Belleville, 
lying within the following limits, that is to say : The .Test side 
of Front street to the bank of the river Moira, and the east side 
of Front street to the depth of the lots on said Front street, from 
the line of the upper bridge on Front street to the line of Dundas 
street on Front street, including Hotel and Bridge streets, from 
Front to Pinnacle streets. Nor shall any addition be made Uy 
any wooden building already erected within said limits, unlesa 
the said addition be built of brick or stone; nor shall any building 
hereafter to be erected within the limits aforesaid, be covered with 
any other covering than tin, or iron, or slate, or shingles laid in 
mortar, or shingles covered with fire-proof composition. Provided 
always, that all outbuilding being thirty feet distant from the 
main buildings, may be built of wood, and the roof, if shingled, 
shall have the shingles laid in mortar, or covered with fire-proof 
composition, and any person violating this section, to pay a fine 
of £5 and costs, and a farther sum of £5 per week until such 
building is removed ; and every person employed in building any 
house, &c., contrary to the provisions of this By-law, is subject to 
a fine of from $4 to $20. 

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PUBLIC HEALTH. 

BY-LAW NO. 53. 

1. Board of Health to have power to enforce the lav/s of the 
Province against infections and pestilential diseases. 

2. During the existence of any epidemical disease, or upon a 
probable approach thereof, power is given to open a hospital at the 
public expense. 

3. Gives power to the Board of Health to employ Physioians 
and to procure nourishment and necessaries for the use of the sick. 

5. Keepers of Public Houses, Hotels and Boarding Houses, are 
required to report the number of persons sick, the nature of the 
disease, all deaths and causes, and to enforce such regulations as 
the Board may think proper. 

BY-LAW NO. 63. 

1. Enacts that the Health Committee or any two of them, or any 
officer appointed by the Committee, may enter upon and examine 
any premises within the Town, and if they find those premises in an 
unclean or filthy state, or any matter existing thereon which might 
endanger the public health, they shall direct the occupant or pro- 
prietor to cleanse the same and remove all offensive matter ; and 
in case parties refuse or neglect to comply with such order, then 
the Health Committee or officer may call in any assistance necea- 
sary to have the premises cleansed, and remove or destroy any- 
thing that might be necessary for the preservation of ^e public 
health. 

2. In a case T^here a malignant disease exists in any dwelling 
situated in a crowded part of the Town, or in a neglected or filthy 
state, or inhabited by top many persons, the Health Officers may 
compel the inhabitanta of such dwelling, at the cost of the Town, 
to remove therefrom, and place them in sheds or tei^ts, until svioh 
<lwelling is properly cleansed, ventilated and purified. 

3. Any person resisting or obstructing the Health Officers in 
the discharge of their duty, are liable to a nne of $20. 

5. Graves to be five feet in depth, and no more than one body 
interred in one grave. 

6. Health Officers have power to employ surgeons. 

7. Persons must not allow stagnant water to remain on their 
premises. 

8. Privies must be at least eight feet deep, five feet firom the 
boundary side line of the lot, and not less than fifty feet from any 
street ; in case the lot will not admit of the privy being placed fifty 
feet from the street, then it shall be placed as the Health offio^re 
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9. No feculent matter, filth or rubbish whatever, or any fool or 
xiorrupted water or liquors exhaling fetid odors, allowed to be depo- 
sited in any street, lot, gutter, or on any pavement, or bank of the 
river, or in any publio plaoe. 

10. No animal shall be slaughtered within 100 yards of any 
inhabited dwelling, nor shall any green hides be exposed to dry 
within said limits. 

11. No distiller, soap-boiler, or chandler, or other person, shall 
keep any foul, tainted or corrupted water or liquor, or store up or 
keep any tallow, grease, or other matter, in a state, of putrefaction, 
or use any such water, liquor, tallow or grease. 

13. Any animal dying within the 'limits of the Town, shall be 
buried by the owner, at a sufficient depth below the surface, beyond 
the limits of the Town. 



GUNPOWDER. 

BY-LAW NO. 61. 

1. Enacts that no person shall keep more thr.n 25 pounds of 
gunpowder at any one time on his premises where fire is used, or in 
any biildiug adjacent to any other building where fires are used, 
nor bliall any person sell or weigh powder in any less quantity than 
by the keg, except between the hours of sunrise and sunset. 

2. No person shall store a greater quantity of Gunpowdw than 
fifty pounds in any building, except such building shall be isolated, 
and at least 200 feet from any other building, street or highway. 

BY-LAW NO. 115. 

Enacts that the following shall be added to the 8th clause, after 
the words " public highway," " or except such building shall be a 
properly constituted magazine of brick or stone with fire-proof roof 
and doors, and fire-proof shutters to any openings in the walls of 
such magazine, and situated at a distance of not less than forty 
feet from any other building, or from any public highway." 



WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

BY-LAW NO. 62. 

2. Inspector to attend at the Town Hall, (after having given 
publio notice thereof,) and with stamps and copies of weights and 
measures, and to examine, and compare and stamp, if found oorreot, 
«U such weights and measoxes as shall be brought to him fi^r that 
purpose. 



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3. The Inspector is required to enter every sho^ or place where 
weights and measures are used, and upon examination, if it be 
found that any are light or otherwise unjust, the same shall be 
seized and forfeited, and the person owning them is subject to a fine 
not exceeding $10 fox the first offence, and $20 for every subse* 
^uent offence. 

BY-LAW NO. 110. 

1. Inspector to hold office during pleasure of Council. 

2. A copy of the standard weights and measures to be procured. 

3. Inspector to have all the powers conferred by 12 Vic, c. 85. 

4. Inspector to visit all places where weights and measures are 
used. 

5. False weights and measures to be destroyed by Inspector,^ 
where he thinks necessary. 

6. Persons having false weights in their possession, subject to a 
fine of not less than $1, nor more than $20. In case of default., 
to be imprisoned in common gaol not longer than twenty days. 



WOOD MARKET. 

BY-LAW NO. 200. 

Establishes the wood market at the east side of Pinnacle street, 
opposite the Butchers' Market, and appoints Levi Taylor, Inspector. 
The Inspector pays $60 a year to the Town, and takes the fees as 
provided by By-Law No. 110. 



MARKETS. 

1st. That there shall be appointed by the Council an Inspector 
of Firewood, whose duty it shall be to take ciirge of the Wood 
Market, and to keep the approaches thereto clear of obstructions 
and easy of access, to regulate the standing of vehicles in the said 
market, to preserve order therein, and to collect the Tolls by this 
By-Law imposed. It shall further be the duty of such Inspector, 
at the request of either the buyer or seller and on the payment 
of the proper fee by the person requiring the same, to measure in 
accordance with the provisions of this By-Law, any Firewood 
bought or sold within the Town, and to give a certificate of such 
measurement ; provided that he shall not be required to measure 
Firewood on the vehicle containing the same at any place except 
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2nd. The cord of Wood shall be, as established by law, one hun- 
dred and twenty-eight cubic feet, consisting of sticks or pieces of 
not less than four feet in length, to be measured from point to 
scarp, and shall be piled together as solidly as practicable ; the 
Inspector shall make a proper and proportionate reduction when 
the wood is less than four feet long oris in his opinion not properly 
piled. 

3rd. The fee or toll to be paid to the Inspector, shall be for 
standing on the Market, and including the measurement. 

For each load of half a cord or less 3 cents. 

For each load over half a cord 5 cents. 

to be paid by the seller before removing from the market. And 
the fee for measurement at any other place than on the said 
Market, shall be : 

For any quantity less than two cords 10 cents. 

For two cords and over 6 cents. 

4th. From and after the time of this By-law going into effect, 
it shall not be lawful for any person or persons to expose or offer 
for sale any load or loads of Firewood on any of the public streets 
or places of the Town within four hundred yards of the Wood 
Market, except ac the said Wood Market, or to cause or allow any 
Firewood intended for sale to remain standing on any public street 
or place except at the said Wood Market. 

5th. Penalty : not less than fifty cents, nor more than $4 ; in 
default, not more than three days in jail. 

BY-LAW NO. 107. 

Establishes the Market (except for Wood) on lot No. 21, 
on the west side of Pinnacle street, and on east side of Front 
street. 

Every day in the year shall be a market day, except Sundays 
and Christmas day. Good Friday, or any day set apart as a holi- 
day by proclamation. 

That the market shall be opened at sunrise, and clo%d at 
sunset, except the butchers' market, which shall be opened at 
sunrise and closed at noon on all market days except Saturdays, 
on which days the butchers' market shall remain open until nine 
o'clock P.M. 

That the tolls of the market other than rents from butchers' 
stalls, shall be farmed, leased or rented to the highest bidder, sub- 
ject to the approval of the Market Gommittee on the third Monday 
in May in each year. Upset price to be $1300. 



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Lessee of market to fUrnish tickets for the weighingof hay, straw, 
or other things, specifVing weight, quantity, &o. 

Lessee to pay the Town Treasurer montbJy, and to attend to the 
opening and closing of market. 

Lessee to have control of market under saperintendenoe of 
Market Committee, to enforce r^ula ions, &o. 

Section 10 gives power to remove lessee in case of misconducting 
himself, and provides for collecting tolls in such ctises. 

That it shall not be lawful for the said Clerk of the market to 
trade direv'^tly or indirectly, or have any direct or indirect interest 
in the sales or profits of any articles or animals, which shall be 
brought to or exposed for sale in the said market, or to purchase 
any such for or on behalf of others. 

That no person shall buy, sell or offer for sale any game, fish, 
poultry, eggs, butter, cheese, grain, vegetables, or fruit exposed for 
sale, or marketed within the Town of Belleville, until the seller has 
paid the market fees required by this By-law, or has obtained a 
ticket from the Collector of Tolls of the market of the Town of 
Belleville as provided for by this By-law, and before the hour of 
ten o'clock in the forenoon no person shall forestall, regrate or mo- 
nopoli/o any market grains, meats, fish, fruits, roots, vegetables, 
poultry or dairy products within the Town of Belleville ; provided 
always that before the hour of twelve o'clock, noon, no butcher's 
meat, fish, hay or straw, shall be bought or sold by any person in 
any part of the Town, except at the public market place in the 
Town of Belleville, and further that before the hour* of eleven 
o'clock in the forenoon no huckster or runner living within the 
municipality of the Town of Belleville, or within one mile from 
the outer limits thereof, shall purchase any market grains, meats, 
fish, fruits, roots, vegetables, poultry, and dairy products brought 
to the said public market. 

That no person or persons but butchers shall sell any meat in 
less quantity than by the quarter, and butchers shall not expose 
any meat for sale at any other place than in the market stalls, 
except by the quarter. 

That all stalls in the market shall be numbered in the manner 
determined by the Market Committee. 

That each butcher shall have his name painted in full on aboard 
of uniform breadth, and placed over his stall. 

That the butchers' stalls shall be let annually on the third 
laonday of December by public auction, to the highest responsible 
bidder, above any upse; price to be affixed by the Market Com- 
mittee previous to such sale ; possession to be given on the first 
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dhall pay the rent thereof in equal weekly payments, which shall 
be payable the Treasurer of the Town of Belleville weekly in 
advance, and immediately after the stalls have been awarded, each 
of the parties to whom they have been awarded shall, before enter- 
ing into possession, enter into bonds to the Corporation, themselves 
in the sum of $100 each, and each with two sufficient sureties in 
the sum of $50 each, which bonds shall be conditioned for the due 
payment of rent, and compliance on the part of such Lessee, with 
all By-laws, Rules or Regulations estaolished, or that may be 
established for the government of the market, and that the stalls 
shall not be sublet to, nor occupied by any other person without 
the written consent of the Chairman of the Market Committee ; 
provided always, that the Market Committee shall have the power 
of letting the stalls privately, if by so doing justice be done and 
the interest of the Town subserved. 

That no butcher shall sell or expose for sale in his stall, or allow 
to be sold or exposed in the same, any other article than meat and 
poultry ; and it shall be the duty of each butcher to keep his stall 
m a clean and sweet state ; and no butcher or other person 
shall allow hides, skins, or any offal to remain in or about the 
market after market hours ; and no butcher or other person shall 
bleed any animal, in or on the market, or on any street adjacent 
thereto j and no butcher or other person shall harbor or keep any 
dog in or about the market. 

By-law No. 138 substitutes the following for clause 14 of By- 
law No. 107. That all butcher's meat that shall and may be offered 
for sale or disposed of in the mar' et, or on the market grounds, 
by any other than a lessee or occupant of a butcher's stall in the 
market, shall be subject to the following charges in addition to the 
charges on the waggon, sleigh or vehicle in which the same may be 
brought, namely : 

For every quarter of Beef, 10 cents. 

For every quarter of Veal, Mutton or Lamb, 3 " 

And for every carcase, or part of a carcase not less 
than a quarter of Pork not exceeding 100 lb. in 
weight 5 " 

The same, exceeding 100 lbs. in weight, 10 " 

Provided always, that such additional chaises shall not be required 
to be paid by any farmer or other person offering for sale any of the 
above enumerated articles, when the same shall be actually raised 
or produced by such person on his or her place or farm, or shal' 
have been the property, or in the actual possession of such person, 
for a period not less than six months. 






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That every person bringing any of the aforesaid articles or any 
live animals to market for sale, shall pay the Lessee of the market 
before offering the same for sale, the following fees : 

If in a waggon, cart, sleigh, or other vehicle, drawn by 

one or more draught animals, 6 cents. 

If in a hand cart, 2 " 

If on a horse, in a wheelbarrow, or by hand. 1 " 

For every horse, mare, or gelding, brought for sale, ... 5 " 

For every head of cattle, brought for sale, 2 " 

For every sheep, calf, or pig, if not in a waggon or other 

vehicle, i << 

Parties bringing provisions for sale or otherwise, must take as 
many feet frontage as may be requisite for the sale of such provi- 
sions, and pay for the same two cents per foot frontage per day. 
For permission to occupy a permanent stand in addition to other 
charges, per quarter, one dollar and a half. And that all parties 
getting articles weighed or measured by the Lessee, shall pay for 
such weighing or measuring the following charges : 

For weighing every draught on hay scales, 20 cents. 

For weighing every draught on market scales, under 

lOOlbs, 1 « 

For weighing every draught on market scales, from 100 

to 200 lbs., 2 ," 

For every additional 100 lbs., i " 

Provided that no chaise shall be made for weighing the vehicle 
in which hay, straw, or any other article has been weighed on the 
hay scales, and the 20 cents to include all market fees. Any per- 
son neglecting or refusing to pay the aforesaid fees shall be subject 
to the penalties hereinafter mentioned. 

That no person shall bring to market, or expose or offer for sale 
in any part of the town, any tainted or unwholesome meat, 
poultry, fish, or other articles of food. 

That no person shall sell hay within the Town weighed at any 
other place than at the Town hay scales, nor shall offer with such 
hay any Weigh Ticket or Certificate, signed or purported to be 
signed by any other person than the Market Lessee. 

That the said Lessee shall deliver to every person having a load 
of hay or other articles weighed by him on the hay scales, a certi- 
ficate of the weight. 

It shall be the duty of the Clerk of the market to keep open the 
Weigh House on every market day during market hours, and the 
scales, weights and measures, and everything connected with the 
said Weigh House, shall be maintained in a clean and orderly man- 
ner, and the Lessee shall weigh or measure the different articles 
that are sold or disposed of in the market, whenever he shall be 
thereunto requii'ed by the parties interested therein, or either of 
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That all waggons or other vehicles shall be placed in such place 
and order on the market grounds, as the Lessee of the Market shall 
direct, and he shall have power to enforce the removal of everj 
waggon or vehicle from the market grounds, as soon as the produce 
contained therein shall have been sold. 

That the Lessee shall attend to the scales for weighing hay, on 
every market day, during market hours. 

That the Lessee of the market shall keep a book containing du- 
plicates of the weights of the several loads of hay or other articles 
weighed on the Hay Scales by him, which book shall at all times 
be open for inspection by all parties interested in the weight of any 
such load or draught ; and before any certificate is granted, the 
fees must be paid thereon. 

That the Lessee of the Market shall give every person getting 
a draught weighed on the hay scales, or bringing grain or other 
articles or animals to market, upon the fee being paid thereon, a 
ticket marked with the day of the month, the article or articles 
weighed or to be sold, and the name of the Lessee, which the sel- 
ler shall show to every person purchasing from him when required 
so to do. 

That no person shall have or use on the public market place, 
any fraudulent or unstamped scale, beam, balance, weight and 
measure, 'nor shall any person sell or offer for sale, any article or 
thing, as of or for a greater weight or measure than the same may 
actually be ; and any purchasers who shall suspect any fraudulent 
dealing, or deem themselves wronged in the weight or measurement 
of any articles bought by them in the market, may demand to have 
such articles measured or weighed by the Market Lessee ; and in 
case the articles so measured or weighed be found correct, the pur- 
chaser shall pay the charges of re-measuring, or re-weighing ; but 
if otherwise, such charges shall be paid by the seller, besides the 
penalty imposed. 

That no person having scales and weights for their own use in 
the market, shall weigh or suffer to be weighed with such scales 
and weights any article whatever for other individuals. 

Penalty : not less than $1, nor more than 120; in default, not 
less than 2 days in jail, nor more than 20. 



BILLIARD TABLES. 

BY-LAW NO. 119. 



Billiard Tables may be licensed $40 per annum for one table, 
and $10 per anuum for each additional table so kept by the same 
proprietor in the same premises. 

No minor permitted to frequent Billiard Rooms or play at Billiards. 

No Billiard Room to be opened after 12 o'clock at night. 



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TAVERN AND SHOP KEEPERS. 

BY-T.AW NO. 126. 

1. No Liquor or Beer to be sold in the Town without a license 
first having been obtained. 

2. Two Inspectors of Taverns and Shops to be appointed by the 
Council as soon as may be after the third Monday ia January, 
who shall receive, in addition to their fees, ten dollars a year 
each. 

3. All applications for licenses, shall be accompanied by a peti- 
tion signed by at least thirty Municipal Electors of the Town 
stating that the applicant is a loyal subject and of good moral 
character, which is to be read in open Council. Then it may be 
referred to the Inspectors, who shall, after $71 have been deposited 
by the applicant, with the Treasurer, proceed to examine the pre- 
mises of such applicant, and if he has the requisite accommodation, 
grant him a certificate, provided the number allowed by By-law, 
has not already been given. 

4. Inspectors, from time to time, to examine all licensed pre- 
mises, and diligently enquire into any violation of the law, and 
report the same to the Mayor, or take such steps to prevent such 
violation of the law, as they see fit. 

5. Shop and Tavern Licenses to be in force from the first day 
of May in every year, until the last day of February in the fol- 
lowing year, unless forfeited. 

6. No Shop License to be granted unless a proper store is pro- 
vided, and a stock of $500 kept on hand, which must be certified 
to by the Inspectors. No license, or certificate for license, to be 
issued b;, the Treasurer, until bonds have been entered into for 
the due observance of the provisions of the By-laws of the Town ; 
applicant in a sum of $200, and two securities of $100 each. 

7. $70, in addition to the $10 paid to the Revenue Inspector, 
to be paid to the Town Treasurer for every Tavern License ; and 
$1 to the Treasurer for blanks, $2.50 to the Clerk of the Council, 
on the bonds being entered into. 

8. Shop Licenses to be $40 ; and $2.50 to be applied as in sec- 
tion 7. 

9. No Shop License to be transferred, without the permission of 
tire Inspectors, 

10. Inspectors may endorse on the license permission to sell 
liquor other than in his own house, upon his getting permission so 
to do, from the Mayor, or in his absence the police Magistrates. 

11. Tavern keepers may remove from one house to another, 
after having first obtained permission from the Council, when the 
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12. No Inspector to grant a certificate for a license unless the 
applicant has at least four good Airnished bed rooms, in addition to 
those required by his own fhmily, two good traveller's rooms, in 
addition to the bar-room, and sheds and stabling for at least three 
spans of horses. 

13. No minor to be allowed to frequent public house nor gam- 
bling, nor any kind of riotous or disorderly conduct upon the pre- 
mises. 

14. Tavern keeper not to allow persons to become intoxicated, 
or permit any minor to fVequent his premises; nor suffer any gam- 
bling or any riotous or disorderly conduct, upon hb premises. 

15. Shop keepers not to sell liquor in less quantities than a 
quart ; except in case of illness, when any quantity can be sold 
upon the production of a Doctor's certificate. 

16. Shop keepers not to permit any liquor, which they may 
sell, to be drunk upon the premises. 

17. Shop and Tavern Licenses may be granted for sii and for 
three months at the following rates : Tavern License for six months 
foHy dollars; for three months, thirty dollars: Shop Licenses 
for six months, $22.50; and for three months, fifteen dollars. 
Anv license issued within six months after the first day of March, 
shall be for one year; those issued after six months, and not ex- 
ceeding three months, shall be for six mor ths; all licenses to expire 
on the last day of February. 

18. The number of houses to be limited to the number allowed 
by statute ; three may be saloons. 

19. Shops to close at 9 P. M.; Taverns at 11 o'clock, P. M. 
No liquor to be sold after these hours. 

20. Insp^jctors to remain in office until their successors are ap- 
pointed. 

21. Penalty for the infraction of any of the provisions of this 
By-law, not to exceed twenty dollars ; in default imprisonment in 
common jail, not to exceed twenty days. 

22. Repeals all other By-laws having reference to the sale of 
liquor. 



BREAD, ITS WEIGHT, &o. 

BY-LAW NO. 134. 

1. Loaf of Bread shall weigh 4 lb*s., and a half-loaf 2 lbs. avoir- 
dupois weight. 

2. Any Bread offered or exposed for sale, which shall be found 
deficient in weight, is subject to seizure, and forfeiture to the 
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3. AH Broad seized to be immediately taken to the Police OflBoe, 
and publicly weighed, and if the deficiency be found to be trifling 
or less in proportion of one ounce to 4 lbs., on each loaf or halt- 
loaf, and the Magistrate is satisfied that such trifling deficiency is 
the result of accident and not of design, he may remit such for- 
feiture ; and provided further, thai if the owner or vendor of t'lo 
said Bread shall prove that it had been baked or drawn from the 
oven twenty-four hours previous to the time of its bein^ seized, or 
shall satisfy the said Mt^istrate that such Bread is of the descrip- 
tion known as Cottage, French or other Bread, which by reason of 
its being baked separately and more thoroughly than the ordinary 
loaf of bread, and from no other cause is deficient in weight, such 
forfeiture shall not be enforced. 

4. No Bread that has been forfeited owing to light weight to be 
offered for sale, subject to penalty. 

5. Ohief of Police, or Chief Constable to make seizures, at any 
time when they may discover light Bread. 

6. The Inspector of Weights and Measures, when required by 
the sitting Magistrate, shall attend at the Police office, with the 
stamped weights and scales, to weigh any seized Bread, without fee 
or charge for the same. 

7. Any person obstructing any officer in the performance of his 
duty, subjects himself to a fine not exceeding $8 ; in default im- 
prisonment not exceeding twenty days. 



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HAWKERS, PEDLARS, AND PETTY CHAPMEN. 

BY-LAW NO. 135. 

1. No person who has not become a householder or permanent 
resident of Belleville, allowed to exercise the trade or calling of a 
Hawker, Pedlar, or Petty Chapman, in any way, until he has first 
obtained a license. 

2. All licenses to be signed by the Mayor and countersigned by 
the Treasurer upon payment of $10 by the applicant. License to 
be in force for a period not exceeding thirty days. 

3. No person, though he may have a license, is permitted to 
offer his wares in any part of the Town in such manner as to bring 
a crowd of persons together, so that they would obstruct or inter- 
fere with persons passing or 'driving along or across any street, 
bridge, or sidewalk. ^ 

4. Penalty for infringing the provisions of this By-law not to 
exceed $20. In default, imprisonment not exceeding twenty 
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PUBLIC FAIR, OR MART. 

BY-LAW NO. 112. 

1. The Recond Tuesd&ys in the months of March, June, Sep- 
tember and December, ire declared to be days upon which Pubho 
Fairs shall be held, and " that no market fees or sums of any kind, 
except for weighing, shall be imposed or collected on any market- 
able article or animal brought to or exposed for sale on the public 
market-place or grounds," and that the " Public market place or 
grounds for said days shall be the place or ground which may bo 
marked or set out by the proper authority from time to time as the 
site of the said Public Mart or Fair, instead of the present market 
for the said days." 

2. Not to apply to the sale of meat by Butchers. 



AUCTIONEERS. 

BY-LAW NO. 117. 

1 . Auctioneers selling without a license, subject to fine. 

2. Auctioneers encumbering the street or highway with their 
wares, subject to the penalties imposed by the By-law. 

3. Licenses may be issued quarterly, half-yearly or yearly. 

4. Treasurer of the Town to issue license, on the payment of 
$40 for a yearly license ; $30 for a half-yearly license ; $20 for a 
quarterly license, together with a fee of $1. 

5. Treasurer to place all moneys received for licenses to the 
credit of the General Revenue of the Town, and lay a quarterly 
statement of all licenses issued, and notify the Town Constables 
immediately on the expiration of each license. 

6. No license to be transferable, or to confer any power upon 
the clerk, agent, partner, or deputy of the licensee, to act in the 
place or stead of such licensed auctioneer. 

7. Sheriff's sales, or sales under landlord's warrant, not affected 
by this By-law. 

8. Penalty for contravening this By-law, not less than $2 nor 
more than $20 ; in default, not less than five nor more than twenty 
days in jail. 

9. All fines to be paid to the Treasurer of the Town. 

BY-LAW 162. 

Provides for licensing Exhibitions of various kinds 
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Fee for Wild Animals alone, $30. 

Other Exhibitions according to nature and extent, not more 
than $20 nor less than $5. 

Olork to have 50 cents for issuing license. 

Street Surveyor empowered to examine buildings, tents, &o., for 
exhibitions, and if dangerous to public safety to have them made 
safe. 



GEO. ADAMS, 

Sells the best Tinware In Belleville. 

GEO. ADAMS,- 

Sells tbe cheapest Tinware In BelleTllle. 

QEO. ADAMS, 

Sells the strongest Tinware In BelleTllle. 

QEO. ADAMS, 

Sells the best Stoves ak_ Pipes In BellevlUe. 

GEO. ADAMS, 

Sells the very best and cheapest Pomps, lead Pipe, 
Sinks, Sheet Iron, Copper and Zinc in Belleillle. 

QEO. ADAMS, 

The BelleTllle Tinware and Stove Merchant, Front 
St., BELLEVILLE. 

DBALKR IN 

UROCBIUBS, UQUORS AND PROVISIONS, 



' T^@Wf STIRIBir, ISSLLS^QILILS, 
rUOVR AND TEED OF EVEBT DEMTBIPTIOH AHD PBOYUIOITS 

Of all kinds always in Stock as good and as cheap as oaa 
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LIST OF RBSIDKNTS. 



Abrrkviatiomb.— In the naje« following, " h " itmdi for house ; " eor " for 
i^rner ; " b " for boardt; " W. Front " metns the Weit tide (\f Front street ; " E. 
<;hurch," means the Eait tide of CAurcA ttreet, and. lo on. The word street li 
ImpUod, 

Abraham, Joaepb, insurance agent, n. LewU. 

Abraham, Jame?, laborer, h. E. Orier. 

Ackerill, Daniel, retorinarj surgeon, h. W. John. 

A lams, A. H., mason, n. William. 

ADAMS, OEORQB, tinsmith, B. Front, b. S. Pine.— S(e jidv. p. 102. 

Adams, Qeo.j tinsmith, n. Hotel. 

Adams, William, carpenter, h, W. James. 

Adamson, John, atM. Adamsoa's, sen. 

Adfimson, Marie, jr., at M. Adamson's, sen. 

A' AMSON, MARK, grocer, W. Front.— ««€ Mv p. 102. 

Addison, John, brakeman, Grand Trunk Railway. 

Addison, John, mariner, b. E. MarnejTlUe. 

Addison, Mrs., widow, b..B. Pinnacle. ' 

Addison, Obarlea, blacksmith, with O. k J. Brown. 

Agan, Peter, laborer, W. Mill. 

AUcock, Joseph, soda water maker, b. W. James. 

Allan, Gyrus, baker. 

Allan, Charles, E. MurneyTille. 

Allan, William, engineer, Grand Trunk Railway. 

Allan, D. J., clerk with Geo. Ritchie k Oo. 

Alford, William, shoemaker, cor. Reed and Canifton road. 

Alport, F. W., grain merchant, n. Market, h. W. George. 

American Express Co. office, N. Bridge, J. W. Thompson, agent. 

Anderson, Daniel, clerk with Thomas Lockerty. 

Andrews, Friend, laborer, h. W. Water. 

Anglo-American Hotel, W. Front, Abel Tates, proprietor. 

Ansneun, Alexander, carpenter, E. Mill. 

AI>OTHEO ARIES HALL, cor. Front and Campbell streets, Jas. H. 

Hambly.— >Vee Mv. p. 137. 
Archer, F., shoemaker, b. W. Mill. 
Archambault, L., laborer, Wharf. 
Armory, Belleville Battalion, W. Pinnacle. 
Armory, Volunteer Rifle Company, S, Bridge. 
Armstrong, Geo., cider mill maker, with J. Walker k Go. 
Armstrong, John, laborer, W. Grier. 
Armstrong, George, carpenter, b. E. Front. 
Aris, Mrs. Ann, widow, b. N. Dandas. 
Aris, John, market gardener, Front of Tborlow. 
Aril, Jeremiah, clerk, with James Oli^. 



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Arnott, James, laborer, h. W. Maria. 

Arnott, Robert, laborer, h. W. Maria. 

Arthur, Alexander, shoemaker, E. Pinnacle. 

Arthur, William, laborer, h. W. John. 

Ashley, Henry, cabinetmaker, W. James. 

Ashley, Jacob, tinsmith, E. Mill. 

Ashburg, George, engineer, E. Mill. 

Atkins, Henry R., firm Holton G. 0., & Co., b. Church. 

Aanger, Esau, clerk with Pitceathly k Kelso, E. Murneyyille. 

Austead, Adolphus, at George Roches. 

Babcock, Eli, laborer, E. Baldwin. 

Babcock, Charles, laborer, h. E. Baldwin. 

Babcock, Goitt, laborer, h. E. Station. 

Backus, George, foundryman, h. W. John. 

Bain, Donald, firm Bennet & Baiu. * 

Bain, James, merchant, W. Front. 

Bain, Mrs., Milliner, W. Front. 

Baker, Robert, with Miller Baker. 

Baker, A., cabinetmaker, E. Uoleman. 

Baker, Mrs. C, boarding house, E. Front. 

BAKER, W, J., carriage maker and blacksmith, S. Mill, b. E. Oanifton 

road. — See Mv. p. 105. 
Baker, James, carpenter, h. N. Mill. 
Baker, Miller, cabinetmaker, h. W. Coleman. 
Baker, Mrs. J., widow, h. E. Ganifton road. 
Baker, Sanford, lumber merchant, h. Murney's hill. 
Ballantyne, Simon, grocer, E. Front. 
Ballantyue Wm., machinist, with G. & J. Brown. 
Bank, Merchant's, cor. Pinnacle and Court, A. Thompson, manager. 
Bank of Montreal, cor. Hotel and Pinnacle, W. R. Dean, manager. 
Barber, Wm., clerk, with Jones & Henry. 
Barker, Mark, laborer, W. Canifton Road. 
Barreau, John, junior, laborer, E. Pinnacle. 
Barreau John, laborer, E. Pinnacle. 
Barridge, David C, ice house, E. Pinnacle. 
Barringer, D. C, hotel keeper, ccr. Bridge and Pinnacle. 
Barrott, James, machinist, W. Mill. 
Barry, Patrick, laborer, N. Church. 
Bartley James, at Mrs. Furniwl's 
Bartlett, Mrs. S., widow, h, W. Coleman. 
Bates, Mrs. Mary Ann, widow, E Pinnacle. 
Bates, Richard J., tailor, E. Town Line. 
BATES, MRS., THOS., Railway house Grand Trunk StatioD.—- Sec^d- 

vertmment p. 105. 
Bateman, uames, finisher ->rilh J. Walker & Co. 
Bayles, Robert, brickmaker, W. Reed. 
Bawdon, William, mariner, h. W. Front. 
Bayley, Isaac, brickmaker, h. W. Maria. 
Beamish, W. A., preventive ofiRcer, Grand Trunk Station. 
Beatty, Samuel G., teacher School, No. 2. 
Beckett, Joseph, at Paul Beckett's. 
Beckett, James, carriage maker, with H.W. Vermilyea. 
Beckett, Paul, harness maker, W. Front, h. W. Coleman. 
Beckett, Mrs., widow, h. B. Front. 
Beckett, Mrs., widow, h. W. Moira. 



ADVEBTI8EMIIIIS. 



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CARRIAGE FACTORY. 



W. J. BAKER, 

MANUFAO^rURER OF 

CARRIAGES, LUMBER WAGGONS & SLEIGHS. 

Thankful for former support, begs to announce tbat he still carries 
on the business in all its branches at the old stand, nearly opposite 
Gersham Reed's, and is prepared as ever to guarantee satisfaction. 

GARI^IAGES, WAGGONS and SLEIGHS, made to order in the latest 
style, and with all the modern improvements, 

BLACKSMITHINGand Iron Work done cheaply, neatly, and promptly. 

REPAIRING of all kinds done at shortest notice. 



RAILWAY 

At the STATION, 




HOUSE, 

BELLEVILLE. 



Mrs. THOS. BATES, Proprietress. 

This HOUSE is situated opposite the Depot, and possesses all the advan- 
tages of a First Glass House. The Bar is supplied with the 
choicest Wines aad Liquors. TERMS $1.00 per day. 

SAMUEL BELCH, ~ 

MANUFACTURER OP 

SODA WATER and GINGER ALE, 

MILL STREET WEST, BELLEVILLE. 

Dealers in all parts of the county supplied on libera) terms. 



Dealer in GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, FLOUR & FEED, 

of every description. 
Good* delivered to any part of tbe Town tf of cltarge. \ 



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Bedford, John H. W., dentist, with Dr. Relyea, h. E. Henry 

Bedford, John, W. Everett. 

Begley, Robert, cabinet maker, E. Pinnacle. 

Begley, William, cabinetmaker, h. E. Mill. 

Belch, John, laborer, W. Ohurch. 

BELCH, SAMUEL, soda water manufactory, W. Mill.— 5ee .idv.p. 105. 

Belisle, E,, laborer, S. Bridge. 

Bell, Gbarles W., student at law, at Ross, Bell k Holden. 

Bell, J. Thompson, geologist, E. Church. 

Bell, John, solicitor Grand Trunk Railway, firm Ross, Bell & Holden, h. 
cor. Qeorge and Queen. 

Bell, R. B., Bridge. 

Bell, William, with J. T. Bell. 

Bellair, John, shoemaker, h. W, Front. 

BELLAIR, MRS., millinery shop, 97 W. Front.— See Mv. p. 107. 

Benjamin, E. R., collector internal revenue. 

Benjamin, H. A., clerk, with James Glass, N. Bridge. 

Benjamin, Mrs, George, widow, h. S. Dundas. 

Bennett & Bain, brewers, W. Front. 

Bennett, Jeremiah, machinist, E. Charles. 

Bennett, John, E. Front. 

Bennett, John, machinist, with J . M. Walker k Gc. 

Bennett, Patrick, shoemaker, h. E. Mill. 

Bennett, R. N., butcher, stall No. I, h. Yeoman's Hill. 

Bennett, Robert B., firm Bennett k Bain, saloon, E. Front. 

Benson, Martin, clerk, in Registry OflSce. 

Benson, Samuel M., surveyor, S. Hotel. 

Bently, Thomas, accountant, Registry Office, h. West Dundas. 

Bently, Thomas B., clerk, with Ponton k Falkiner. * 

Black, Mark, laborer, W. Mills. 

Black, William, mariner. 

Blackburn, Joseph, cabinetmaker, E. Murneyville. 

Blacklock, James, town treasurer, office Ontario Hall, h. W. James. 

£laind, William, painter, h. W. John. 

Blakely, James, grocer, E. Front. 

Bleecker, Henry, with Wm. Bleecker. 

Bleecker, William, saw mill, E. Moira. 

Blondeau, Antoine, laborer, h. E. Pinnacle. 

BIytheman, James, laborer, E. Pinnacle. 

Bogart, A. L, proprietor Ferry Steamer "Prince Edward," h. W. Pin- 
nacle. 

Bogart, C. V., shoe dealer, 118 E. Front, h. W. Church. 

£ogart, Charles C, merchant at Bogart's P. 0., Hungerford. 

Bogart, Curtis, student at law, with Dean k Gilbert. 

Bogart, D. D , W. Front, h. cor. Bridge and John. 

Bogart, Fred., firm McKensie k Co., Gas Works. 

Bogart, Harry, captain Steamer " Prince Edward." 

Boileau, Francis, jun., with F. Boileau, sen. 

Boileau, Francis B., laborer, h. E. Murneyville. 

Boileauf Joseph, laborer, wi^h F. Boileau, sen. 

Bonar, John, engineer, N. Wharf. 

Bottar, John, jeweller, with A. k J. McFee, b. at R. ^. House. 

Bonner, Henry, carpenter, W. Ann. 

Bonner, Thomas, carpenter, h. W. James. 

Bonter, Abraham,. aoda water factory, W. John. 



ADTIBTISEHKNTS. 



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CHAMLCS L. COLEMAN, 

SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, AND CONVEYANCER, 

COUNH AHORNEY AND CLERK OF THE PEACE, 

DISTRIBUTOR r>P STAMPS FOK THE COUNTV. 

Office: COLEMAN'S BUILDINGS, FRONT STREET, 

BELLEVILLE. 



MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKIND. 

MRS. BEL,LA.IR, 

IRillDLyil^il^Y km© PI^ISS IK^^IiCgl^, 

Front Stz«et, Believille. 

Keeps on hand a well assorted Stock of Millinerj Goods. Ribbons, 
flowers, Real Laces, &c., &«., and makes to order all kinds of woric in 
the Millinery and Dress Making Line. Hat Shapes of every description. 

BONTER'S SALOON, 



OPPOSiTX fanninq's hotel, 

Dealer In Oysters, Fresli Col Fish, Lobsters, &c., k 

The Bar is supplied with pure Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

SLA.TE ROOFER, 

ROOFS COVERED WITH SLATE, 
And Old Shlncled Boofh atripptfd and relatd with Slate, 
ALL WORK WARRANTED 

BELLEVILLE. 



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BONTER, JOHN 0., saloon, W. Front, b. E. Pinnacle.— 5c€ Jdv. p. 107» 

Bonter, Robert, carter, n. Wbarf. 

Bootb, James, commercial traveller, E. George. 

Booth, Richard, condnctor Grand Trunk Railway. 

Boquier, Mrs. Lucj, widow, E. Mill. 

BORRIDALE, G. C, New Dominion House, E. Ftont.—Ste Jdv p. 109. 

Boselj, Edward Paul, turner, S. Elm. 

Bosely, Joseph, blacksmith, n. Moira. 

Bosely Joseph F., with E. P. Bosely. 

Bosely, W. H., painter, h E. Mill. 

BOSWELL, WILLIAM, slater, E. Church.— See Adv. p. 107. 

Bottoms, H. L., clerk, with G. C. Holten & Go. 

Bottoms, Mrs., widow, h. W. Murneyrille. 

Boulter, Georfre, yeoman, h. S. Dundas. 

Boulter, Miss Sarah, £. Everett, 

Boupray, Peter, laborer, Ganifton road. 

BOWELL, McKENZIB, M. P., for North Hastings, poblisher Intelligencer 

and Hastings Directory, h. cor. Bridge and William. — See jtdv. 
Bowes, Christopher, h. E. Pinnacle. 
Boyd, Turner, barber. Mill. 
Boyce, John, clerk at Apothecaries' Hall. 
Boyle, James, laborer, W. Front. 
Boyle, Thomas, laborer, h. W. Colborne. 
Bradford, W. H., axcniaker, E. Pinnacle. 
Bradford, David, blacksmith, h. E Grove.J 
Bragg, William, macbiniLt, h. W. Ann. 
Bragg, John, with Flint & Yeomans', h. W. Ann. 

Branderest, William, laborer, E. Mill. ^ 

Brehmer, Charles, tobacconist, W. Front. 
Breek, Mrs. George, N. Jane. 
Brennan, David, wharfinger, W. Front. 
Brennan, James, yeoman, with Mrs. Furnival. 

Brennan, Rev. John, curate, Roman Catholic Church, h. W. Church . 
Brennan, Rev. Michael, pastor, Roman Catholic, h. W. Church. 
Brenton & Spears, grocers, W. Front. 
Brenton, John, fiim Brenton & Spears, h. 8. Bridge. 
Brenton, William, carpenter, h. E. Henry. 
Briley, Mrs. milliner, E. Front. 
Britton, Edward, butcher, stall No. 11, h. E. Ann. 
Brockway, James, at A. L. Smith's. 
Brodie, Mrs. Agnes, widow, W. John. 
Brooker, George, clerk with James Glass, h. W. Mill. 
Brooker, George, sen., gardener, b. S. Herckmer. 
Brooker, James, plasterer, h. S. Benjamin. 
Brooks, George, N. Herckmer. 
Brosseau, Joseph, laborer, W. Maria. 

Brosseau, Mosey, laborer, S. Bridge. * 

Brosseau, Thomas, laborer, h. E. Pinnacle. 
Brough, William, blacksmith, h. E. Pinnacle. 
Brown, Harvey, barkeeper, E. Church. 
Brown, Mrs. widow, N. Moira, 
Brown, Sydney, sawyer, W. Murneyville. 
Brown, Mrs. M. widow, W. Johnson. 

BROWN, JAMES, grocer. W. Front, h. S. Hotel.— See Jdv, p. 109» 
firowD, George A., firm Brown &St. Charles, h. Pinnacle. 



ADVERTISBMENTS. 



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(FORMERLY RAILROAD HOUSE,) 

S. C. BOBBIDALEt Proprittort 

• FRONT STREET, BELLEVILLE. 

Centrally located, neatly and thoroughly refitted, and complete 
in all its appointments. It possesses every convenience of a 
iirst-class house, and has superior accommodation for 
Commercial travellers. Having had long expe- 
rience as a hotel-keeper, the proprietor can 
guarantee satisfaction to his guests. 

FIVE 8TAQE8 LEAVE THIS HOUSE DAILY. 
First-ClMs Stabling, — Careful Ostlers and Porters. 

BUS TO AND FROM CARS. 



J. BROWN, 

WHOLEBALI AND BL'TAIL DEALBB IK 

€R0CERIES,WI1UIQH&PR0VISI0NS 

FRONT STREET, OPPOSITE HOTEL STREET, 

His Stock of Groceries is always large and well assorted, com- 
prising everything kept in a first class Grocery. His WINES 
and Liquors are of the choiest and purest Brands. 

The PROVISION DEPARTMENT is supplied with every- 
thing the Family requires. 

All his Goods are selected personnlly hy Mr. BROWN, and 
l)eing purchased for cash, he can guarantee to sell as cheap as any 
tother House in the County. 



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BBLLEVILLE DIRBOTORY. 



BROWN, O. k J., iron fonnders and sgricnltural implement manufaeta- 

rers, E. Mill.— 5ee Jdv. p. 111. 
Brown, Solomon, boat builder, b. W. Cbnrcb. 

BROWN, JOHN W., tailor, W. Front, h. Murney's EiW.—SeeMv.p. 125., 
Brown, William, sboemaker, b. W. Front. 
Brown & St. Charles, carriage factory, S. Mill. 
Brown, James, M. P., for West Hastings, firm G. & J. B., h. E. Mill. 
Bruoe, OaTid, machinist, O. T. Railway, E. Albert. 
Brnce, Mrs. boarding bouse, E. Pinnacle. 
Bruce, Robert, clerk, at apothecaries Hall. 

Brydon, David, mariner, W. John. . 

Brydon, William, baker, E. Front. 
Buckle, Robert, clerk, at R. R. House. 
Buckley, William, carter, W. Church. 
Bulger, Mrs. Ellen, widow 
Bulger, Mrs., widow, b. E. Church. 
Bulger, Thomas, porter, Dafoe House. 
Bull, George, L. T., student-at-law, with S. Bull. 
Bull, Henry, sen., h. N. Commercial. 
BULL, SAMUEL J., barrister, Bedford's building, E. Front, h. Dunda?,. 

Murney's hill. — See Card p. 207. 
Bullen & Gibson, lirery stable, n. Bridge. 
BuUen Henry H., clerk, with John Wilson. 
Bullen, Roche, boarding bouse, E. Front. 
Bullen, Wesley, grocer, 70 B. Front. 
Bullen, Wm. H., shoemaker, E. Front, h. n. Grove. 
Bungard, Ferdinand, laborer, W. James. 
Bunting, Robert, carter, h. E. John. 
Burdett, D. E., M.D., 211 W. Front. 

BURDETT, SAMUEL B., barrister, W. Front.— See Card p. 207. 
Burdon, Abraham C, sexton, M. E. Church, h. Foundry. 
Burdon, Alexander, principal Grammar School, h. E. George. 
Burgess, Henry, at Geo, Adam's, E. Front. 
Burgoyne, Joseph, laborer, b. N. Bridge. 
Burke, James, grocery, cor. E. Pinnncle and Dundas. 
Burke, Mrs. Ellen, widow, N. Stracban. 
Burke, Mrs., widow, N. Colborne. 
Burke, Richard, machinist, W. Maria. 
Burke, Richard, laborer, h. W. Colborne. 
Burnell, C. R. clerk, with M. Sawyer. 
Burns, James, at James M. Walker, N. Front. 
Burns, John, laborer, h. W. Maria. 
Burns, Patrick, mason, h. E. Geddes. 

Burrell, Ellis, axe and edge tool factory, E. Moira, h. W. Moira. 
Burrell, Stephen, with Elias Burrell. 
Bush, James, carder, N. Moirft. 
Bush, Sidney, at Henry Mclninch. 
Busheau, Albert, laborer, E. Murneyville. 
Busheau, Andrew, sawyer, h. W. Ann. 
Burton, Mrs. A., widow, E. Pinnacle. 
Butler, James, laborer, h. E. Coleman. 
Butler, Tobias, blacksmith, h. E. Pinnacle. 
Butwell, Henry, brickmaker, h. W. Reed. 
Byrne, Michael, tailor, W. Pinnacle. 
Cabin, Michael, mariner, h. Second Concession road. 



AOVERXISEliqNTS. 



Ill 



BROWN'S FOUHDRT 



AND 



ICHI 



HOP 



V 



FRONT ST., BELLEVILLE, 



G. & J. BROWN 



FOUNDERS and MACHINISTS. 



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Callaghan, Jeremiah, carpenter, G. T. Railway. 

Oallaghan, Jolia, laborer, E. Church. ^ 

Oallary, Michael, at T. Lockerty's, W. Front. 

Gameron, Robert, L., clerk, with M. Nulty. 

Campbell, Alexander, bookkeeper, with M. Gillen. .. 

Campbell, John G., clerk. Commercial Bank, h. W. William . 

C/ampbell, John GL. clerk. Merchants Bank, h. cor. George and Queen. 

Campbell, Miss, W. Pinnacle. 

Campbell, Mrs., W. Front. 

Campbell, Alexander A., Crown Land agent for Hr.<iting8, W. Front 

b. S. Charles. 
Campbell, James, stage owner, W. Coleman. 
Campbell, Mrs. Almira, widow, W. Dundas. 
Campbell, William, grain buyer, E. Town Line. 
Campbell, William, — E. Yeomans. 
Canfield, Mrs. widow, Straohan. 

CANNIFF, JAMES, Moira Mills, Canifton road.— See Mv. p. 113. 
Cannifif, P. F., grocer and baker, E. Front. 
Oanniflf, Welliugton, E. Geddes. 
Gargill, John, jr., laborer. Railroad, 
r^argill, John, laborer, h. N. Mill. 
Jarey, Peter, h. W. Grier. 

Carman, James W., U. S. consular agent, S. Bridge, h. S. Bridge. 
Carr, Thomas, tinsmith, with Geo. Chown. 
€arrol, Francis A., mariner, N. Moira. 
Carrol, Mrs. Bridget, N. Moira. 
Carruthers, Hutchison, baker, with John Wilson. 
Garscallen, Mrs. C, teacher, E. Mill. 
Carscallen & Baker, builders, W. Front. 
Garscallen, Edward. N. Dundas. 
Carscallen, John, carpenter, N. John. 
Carter, Partrick, porter, Dafoe House. 
Cartwright, Mrs. L., widow. 
Case, William, baker, E. James. 
Casey, Stephen, section foreman, east of Belleville. 
Castle, Mrs. Amelia, widow, N. Front. 
Caton, John, sawyer. 

Gavanagb, Miss. G., south of Railroad track. 
Ceroe, Edward, laborer, W. Church. 
Geroe, Joseph, laborer, E. Pinnacle. 
CHANDLER, E., chemist and druggist, and agent for Lirerpool and 

London Insurance Company, E. Front, h. E.William.— 'See ^dv.pAl5 
Chandler, Edmund, jun., chemist and druggist, b. E. William. 
Cbarlesworth, Joshua, mason, W. Mill. 
Chapin, Chester, watchmaker, E. Front, h. N. Lewis.. 
Charlevoix, Alpbonse, mariner. 

CHARTERS & WEBSTER, druggists, W. Front.— See Mu. p. 111. 
Charters, James A., firm Charters & Webster, h. Meyer's terrace. 
Cherry, Thomas, grocer, E. Front. 
Chesebro, Joseph, gardener, G. T. Station. 
Chesebro, Daniel D., merchant, E. Front, h. W. Grove. 
CHITTENDEN & CO., Dafoe House, corner Bridge and Pinnacle.— See 

Jdv.p. 119. 
Chittenden, H. V., firm C. & Co., Dafoe House. 
Cheevers, Patrick, carriage maker, h. N. Reed. 



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MOIRA MILLS, 

CANNIFTON ROAD, BELLEVILLE. 



JAMES CAHNIFF. 

Thankful to his old friends and customers for the support he 

has received, begs to announce that his Mills 

are fitted up with the 

f alest anb most |mprobeb Pacjjinerj in ^merua. 

Thereby enabling him to manufacture a superior article of 

Flour, and to extract the greatest quantity 

of Flour from the different 

kinds of Grain. 



HE Will keep constantly on hand, 







^Tj^^^k 



AND 






flour, Com H«al» Braa, Sbtrts, 

ETC.j 

Which will be sold at the lowest remunerating prices, either by 
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. 

THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE WILL BE PAID 



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BELLEVILLE DIREOTORY. 



OHOWN, OEOROE, tinsmith, E. Front, b. W. Ooleman.— See Jdv. p.\2l 

Christie, Mrs., widow, E. Ann. 

Gbristie, D., clerk, with George Fair. 

Chryadale, Daniel, carpenter, h. E. Mill. 

" Chronicle" Office, cor. Front and Hotel. 

Church, Christ, (Church of England), N. Moira. 

Church, (Congregational), Hotel, between Church and Pinnacle. 

Obnrch, (Episcopal Methodist), cor. Chnrch and Fonndrj.- 

Church, (Free Church), ccr. John and Hotel. 

Church, St. Andrew's, (Church of Scotland), cor. Church and Hotel. 

Church, St. Michael's, (Roman Catholic), W. Church. 

Church, St. Thomas, (Cburcii of England), oor. Church and Bridge. 

Church, (Wesleyan Methodist), cor. Church and Bridge. 

Church, (Wesleyan Methodist), Bleeckei s arenue. 

Clapp, Jacob H., grocer, E. Front. 

Clarke, Francis, carriageroaker, h. W. Front. 

Clarke, James, butcher, stall No. 10, h. Yeomanville. 

Clarke, C. A., firm McKinnon k Clarke, b. Hastings House. 

Clarke, William, machinist, E. Canifton Uoad. 

Clarke, John, with H. Mclnnish. 

Clarke, James, butcher, N. Benjamin. 

Clarke, George, B. Grove. 

Clarke, James, blacksmith, E. Front. 

Clarke, Philip, tailor, h. W. Colborne. 

Clarki', R. M., blacksmith, E. Front, h. S. Dundas. 

Clarke, William, tailor, 93 W. Front. 

Clarke, Jamos W., grocer, S. Bridge. 

ClarksoD, John C, freight agent, G.T.li. 

Clayton, Mrs. E., E. Pinnacle, 

Clement, Adolphus, laborer, W. Water. 

Clerk of the Peace Office, W. Front. 

Cleveland, Charles, laborer, E. Church. 

Cliff, Thomas, laborer, h. E. Pinnacle. 

Cl.'nnd, Mrs. J., widow, h. S. Mill. 

Coady, John, mason, b. Meyer's Orchard. 

Cobb, James, miner, at Railroad House. 

Coburn, George, grocer and general merchant, b. Front. 

Coburn, John, with George Coburn. 

Cochran, Mrs., widow, h. N. Hotel. 

Cocklin, John, laborer, h. W. Maria. 

Coleman, John, artist, W. Front. 

Coleman, William H., grocer, W. Front, b. cor. Front and Moira. 

Coleman, Mrs. T., widow, h. cor. Front and Moira. 

COLEMAN, CHARLES L., clerk of the peace and county attorney, dis- 
tributor of law stamps for the County, W. Front, h. E. Front. — See 
Card p. 107. 

Coleman, E. H., surgeon, 211 W. Front. 

Colleny, George, at O'Brien's. 

Collins, Cornelius, laborer, E. Canifton Road. 

Collins, Thomas, yeoman, W. Frankford. 

Colling, Cyrus, cabinetmaker, E. Mill. 

Colling, William, blacksmith, E. Mill. 

Comerford, Thomas, carter, E. Colborne. 

Comerford, Thomas, laborer, h. W, Geddes. 

CONDON, EDWARD, barber, cor. Front and Bridge.— 5ce Mv. p. 117. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Garden, Field and Flower Seeds, 

THE MOST POPULAR 

OF THE DAY ALWAYS ON HAND. 
FAMILY PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY PREPARED. 

THE LIYEEPOOL, LONDON & GLOBE 

^iu mi Jill §mmma €!0mp»gt 

Capital $10,000,000 

Invested Funds ----- 11,600,000 
Estimated Annual Revenue, 1868 - 4,000,000 
Funds invested in Canada - - - 260,000 

G. F. C. SMITH Resident-Secretary. 

Corner of PLACE d'ARllES and GREAT ST. JAIES ST., lOKTREAL. 

All kinds of Fire and Life Insurance business transacted on the 
most favorable terms. 

Agent for Belleville :-E. CHANDLER.. 



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CONGER, P. D., merchant, W. Front, h. E. Pinnacle.— S« Mv. p 

133. 
OONOER BROS., Krocors, W. Front.— ^See Jdv.,p. 123. 
Conger, R. D., firm C. ft Bro.^. Front, 
Conger, J. A., firm C. & Bro., W. Front. 
Conger, Stephen, grocer, N. Herokmer. 
Conley, Jamet, laborer, S. Elm. 
Conley, Martin, gardener, b. W. Colemao. 
Connelly, Henry, painter, W. Ann. 
Connor, Martin, shoemaker, with McKeown ft Robertson, 
Connor, William, clerk, S. Pioe. 
Conners, William, J. P., shoemaker, h. W. Front. 
Connors, James, laborer,. W. Oolborne. 
Connors, James, striker, Q.T.hR. 
Connors, James, gardener, h. cor. Pinnacle and Wharf. 
Conway, Mrs. Mary, widow, W. John. 
Conwoy, Bernard, carter, h. W. Coleman. 
Cook, James, laborer, E. Canifton road. 
Cook, W. S., clerk, with John Cook. 
COOK, JOHN, grocer, cor. Front and Hotel, h. cor. Charles and Qaeek. 

— SteMv.p. 125. 
Cook, Charles, upholsterer, W. Orier. 
Cook, John, laborer, E. Church. 
Cook, J., fireman, 0. T. Railway, h. W. Canifton road. 
Cook, Mrs., depot hotel, G. T. Station. 
Cook, Jas. cleaner, G. T. Railway. 

Cooling, Thomas J., laborer, G. T. Railway, h. E. Canifton road. 
Cooper, Alexander, stone cutter, E. Murneyville. 
Copeland, Joho, saddle and harness maker, W. Front, h. W. William. 
Copeland, James, with John Copeland, 
Corby, Harry, clerk with Henry Corby ft Son. 
Corby, Henry ft Son, grain merchants, distillers, millers, E. Flint. 
Corby, Henry, M. P. P., for East Hastings, miller and distiller, E. Front, 

h. N. Bridge, near George. 
Corby, James, firm of H. Corby ft Son, h. W. George. 
Corby, Thomas, baker, E. Front. 
Corby, Thomas, jr., marble cutter, S. Elm. 
Corcoran, Mrs., widow, h. E. Baldwin. 
Corcoran, Richard, with Mrs. Corcoran. 
Cornelius, Joshua, painter, h. W. Pinnacle. 
'Costello, Richard, with R. Elliott. 
Cotter, John, laborer, h. S. Wharf. 
Cottrell, Thomas, engine driver, G. T. Railtv^iy. 
Coulson, Wm., clerk, with J. C. Holden ft Co. 
Coulter, John, h. E. Church. 

County Attorney's Oflice, C. L. Coleman's Law Office. 
County Clerk's Office, Shire Hall, W. Church. 
Couuty Registrar's Office, Shire Hall, Church. 
County Surveyor's Office, Shire Hall, Church. 
County Treasurer's OSScc, Court-house. 
Covert, John, mariner, h. E. Church. 
Covert, Henry, sailor, h. B. Front. 
Cowie, Andrew, pensioner, staff sergeant, h. St. Lewis. 
Cowie, Miss Jane, with C. Y, Bogart. 
Cox, T. harness maker, h. E. Coleman. 



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CHARTERS A, WEBSTER, 



DEALERS IN 



DHDQS, CHEIICALS, PATENT lEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS, 

DYE STUFFS, LAMPS, COAL OIL, &C., &G. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



Barber and Hair Dresser. 



. CONDON, 

TOBACCONIST, 



Corner Front and Bridge Streets, Belleville. 



JdIB3 Q0JiQ0J7, 

MILLIMEM AMD OMESS MAKgH. 

ikll Kinds ot Millinery and Dress Making performed in a satisfactory manner. 

Oorner Front and Bridge Streets, Belleville. 



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Grang, George, carpenter, W. William. 

CRANG, JAMBS, carpenter, W. William.— 5ee Jdv. p. 125. 

Crawford, Wm., at the Dafoe House. 

Crofts, Albert, at John Coleman's, W. Front. 

Cronck, Jacob, photographer, Gronck's buildings, E. Front. 

Croning, John, laborer, W. James. 

Cronn, Robert H., saloon, W. Front. 

Crouch, Wesley, firm of Chittenden ft Co., Dafoe House. 

Crowther, William, student at law with Ross, Bell k Holden, h. near 

Railway Station. 
Crozier, St. George B., professor of music at Albert Unirersity, Bellerille 

and Ontario College, Pictou, residence music teacher, S. Hotel. 
Crozier, John A. G., clerk Grown Timber Office. 
Crozier, L. N. F., clerk Regittry office. 
Grysdale, Billa, clerk, with P. D. Conger. 
Cullen, Michael, laborer, h. N. Water. 
Cummins, Thomas, E. Coleman. 
Cummings, James, harnesamaker, h. W. Front. 
Cunningham, Daniel, machinist, W. Front. 
Cunningham, Napoleon, chair maker, with L. Roenigk. 
Curtis, Don Carlos, merchant, E. Front, h. cor. Front and Grore. 
Curtis, William, machinist, h. E. Mill. 
Custom House, cor. Bridge and Pinnacle. 
Dafoe, Z., gaoler. Court-house. 
Daley, John, laborer, h. S. Lewis. 

Daley, Timothy, engineer. Grand Trunk Station, h. Albert. 
Daley, William, laborer, h. W. John. 
Dalton, Robert, laborer, h. E. Grier. 
Dame, William, painter, with W. Ootting. 
Dame, Mrs, A. widow, b. N. Hotel. 
Dame, Aaron, tinsmith, with S. Smith, h. E. Grore. 
Daniel, Joseph, axe maker, E. Front. 
Daniels, James H., pedlar, E. Front. 
Daniel, J., boiler, locomotive shop. Grand Trunk Railway. 
Daroshae, Alfred, baker, E. Pinnacle. 
Davenport, George, clerk, with James S. Meudell. 
Davis, Charles, distiller, h. Meyer's terrace. 
Davis, James, machinist, h. E. George. ^ i, 

Davis, James, mariner, W. Pinnacle. ; .! 

Davis, Charles, with R. & J. C. Holden. 
Davis, Giles, shoemaker, with McKeown k Robertson. 
Davis, Thomas, with G. Y. N. Relyea. 
Davis, Charles, machinist, E. Pinnacle. 
Davis, William, harnessmaker, W. Front, 
Davis, James, carpenter, E. Albert. 
Davis, Allan, grocer, S. Bridge. 
Davis, Mrs. Margaret, widow. 

DAVIS, JAMES I^, billiard saloon, Dafoe House.— /See ^dv. p. 16T. 
Davy & Solden, dealers i'l hides, pelts and wool. Market square. 
DAVY, ROBERT P., oi the firm of Davy & Selden, grain merchant, 

Market square. — See Mv. p. 127. 
Davy, Mrs. B. F., widow, h. E. Albert. 
Davy, William, carpenter and builder, h. W. John. 
Davy, E. W., with R. P. Davy, Market square. 
Daw, John, carpenter, E. Ann. 



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MfO 





Cor pinnacle & BRIDGE STS. 



BELLETILLE, ONT. 



CHITTENDEN & 00., - - - - Proprietors. 



This House is centrally located in the imme- 
diate vicinity of the Post Office, Express and 
Telegraph Offices, has all the modern improve- 
mentsjessential to a first-class Hotel. 

SAMPLEROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS. 

Omnibuses to and from the cars and boats. 



H. V. CHITTENDEN. 



WESLEY CROUCH. 



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Daws^^njCharleg, engineer, S. Emily. 

Day, Alfred H., with William Dickens. 

Deacon, Edward, carpenter, E. Murneyville. 

Deacon, William, baker, E. Front. 

DEAN & GILBERT, barristers, S. Bridge.— iSee Card p. 207. 

Dean, W. W., barrister firm Dean k Gilbert, b. E.Ann. 

Dean, John G., with J. C. Holden k Co. 

Dean, William R., manager Bank of Montreal, cor. Pinnacle and Hotel.. 

Deegan, William, laborer, E. Grier. 

Deegan, James, laborer, W. Reed. ,, 

Deever, Miss Eliza, teacher, W. Coleman. :. 

Defield, Mrs. P., widow, E. Pinnacle. ,f 

Demars, Joseph, laborer, S. Bridge. 

Demarsh, James, laborer, E. Pinnacle. 

Demarsh, Joseph, lumberman, h. N. Moira. 

Demarsh, Michael, laborer, E. Pinnacle. 

Denmark, Thomas R., E. Front. 

Denmark, George, barrister, firm Ponton, Falkiner k Denmark, h N. 

Hotel. 
Deran, Charles, carpenter, E. George. ■■'^ 

Detlor, Stephen, teamster, E. Mill 
Detlor, Wesley, at S. Detlor's. 

DIAMOND k DICKSON, barristers, W. Front.— See Card p. 207. 
Diamond, Abraham, police magistrate, firm Diamond k Dickson, barrister?} 

E. John. 
DIAMOND, A., sen., sash and blind factory, S. Moira, h.W. Coleman. — 

See adv. jw. 127. 
Diamond, John W., sash factory, W. Coleman. 
Diamond, W. J., attorney and solicitor, with Diamond & Dickson. 
Diemond, Alfred, clerk, with Jones & Henry. 
Dickens, Wiiliam, confectioner, W. Front. 

Dickson, Geo. D., barrister, firm Diamond k Dickson, h. W. Ann. 
Dickson David, stonecutter, W. Grier. 
Dingman, Hezekiah, laborer, W. Murneyville. 
Dixon, George, tailor, W. Murneyville 
DOCTER, WILLIAM, Prince of Wales Saloon, and grocery, Grand 

Trunk Station.— See Jdv. p. 129. 
Docter, Richard, with Wm. Docter. 
Dogherty, M., jun., laboror, h. E. John. 
Dogherty, Michael, laborer, h. E. John. 
Dogherty, John, section foreman west of Belleville. 
Dolan, Edward, jun., mason, h. E. Station road. 
Dolan, Edward, sen., h. W. Station. = 

Donaher, M. L., shoemaker, h. E. Church. ' . . 

Donnelly, Robert, teamster, h, W. James. 
Donnelly, Thos., with Wro. Powell. 

Donoghue, Daniel, laborer, E. Pinnacle. ' ■ .- i. ■ ■ 

Donohue, Daniel, engineer, h. W. Pinnacle. 

Donovan, Edward, lumberman, h. N. Moira. . ' 

Donovan, William, N. Willard. ^,' 

Dorland, P. v., M. D., h. W. Front. ^ti. 

Dougall, Mrs. John, widow, h. cor. Dundas and Church. 
Dougall, James, with A. R. Dougall. 

DOUGALL, A. R. barrister, E. Front, h. N. Hotel.— See ^di;. p. 208. 
Douglass, Abel, laborer, with Perkings. 



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GEO. OHOWN. 



AND 




& c . , Sc o • 

DEALER IN 



I 




STOVES, COAl ORATES, CUTLERY, PUMPS, AC. 

FRONT STREET. BELLEVILLE. 



HOT AIR l"l[JH£f ACES. 

Eave Troughing, Hoofing, Bell-Hanging, and all kinds of 
Job Work attended to with neatness and despatch. 

I 



vmmmM 



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Dowley, Ricfaard, laborer, W. Pinnacle. 

Downes, Michael, laborer,.b. E. Albert. 

DoylejJobn, innkeeper, E. Front. 

Drew, Edward, engine driver, Q. T. Railway. 

DriscoU, John, laborer. Wharf. 

DriscoU, Bartley, laborer, E. John. 

Drummond, Patrick, laborer, W. Wellington. 

Bureau, Eli, laborer, h. W. Ann. 

Dubeau, Joseph, tailor, h. S. Charlotte. 

Dueesbury, James, engineer, E. Mill . 

Dulmage, Alpheua, fare trader, at Railroad House. 

Dulmage, Jacob, carriage maker, h. W. Murneyville. 

Dunbar, Charles, engineer, gymnasium, Skating Rirk and Curling R!nk» 

E. Oeorge. 
Duncan, Archibald, at Mrs. McKenzies. 
Duncan, Andrew, carter, h. W. Church. 
Dunham, Wm., clerk, with Thomas Elliot. 
Dunn, Patrick, laborer, h. E. Coleman. 
Dupont, Miss Francis, E. John. 
Dupont, B., bookkeeper, with Ross, Bell & Holden. 
Duset, iilij laborer, E. Church. 
Easton, James, Meyer's Orchard. 
Eccles, Henry, with L. J. Williams. 
Edge, William, laborer, W. James. 
Edwards, Sterling C, at R. P. Davy's. 
Egan, William, accountant, Montreal Bank, E. Front. 
Eggleton, Samuol, W. Henry. 
Elder, James, laborer, at 0. Lattimore. 
Eldridge John, barkeeper, with Geo. McArthur. 
Ellis, William, carpet maker, W. Canifton road. 
Ellis, Mrs. Sarah, grocer, W. Station. 
Elliott, Robert, merchant, W. Front, h. W. William. 
ELLIOTT THOMAS, general merchant, h. W. Front.— 5ee Mv., >.. 131. 
Ellis, Frederick, butcher, W. Station. 
Elmsley, James, plasterer, h. E. William. 

Elvins, Richard, grocer and provision dealer, 0. Front, h. College hill. 
Embury, John, grocer, N. Front. 
Empey, P., cabinet maker, at Railroad House. 
Empey, Philip, E. Grove. 

Empey, Miller, firm Robertson & Empey, b. Mrs. Keith's. 
Evans, Thomas, civil engineer, S. Moira, Sidney road. 
EVANS, JOHN D., P.L. Surveyor, civil engineer, Ontario Hall.— See 

Card, p. 129. 
Evans, E., h, W. Murneyville. 
Exevia, Francis, laborer, N. Dundas. 

Express Office, N. Bridge, Jas. W. Thompson, agent, n. Bridge. 
Fagan, Mrs. S., widow, W. Maria. 
Fahey, Peter, mason and builder, h. E. Murneyville. 
Falkiner, N. Baldwin, barrister, firm Ponton, F.D., h. Murney's hill. 
Fanning, Frederick, Mansion House, E. Front. 
Fanning Hiram, with F. Fanning, B. Front. 
FANNING WALTER, livery and omnibus line, N. Bridge.— 5ec Jdv., 

p. 133. 
Farrell, John, kborer, b. E. Geddes. 
Faulkrer, Jumes, tailor, h. W. Pinnacle. 



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Office for all kinds 
of Coal, viz : for 

STIVIS, HATES, riMIAeCS 

AND FOUNDRY, AND 

BLACKSMITH'S PURPOSES. 








A COMPLETE STOCK OF 



CARPETS & FLOOR OIL GLOTHS| 

(ENGLISH AND AMERICAN,) 

Suitable both for Dwellinga and Carriages, always on hand. 

Tailoring done on the premises under the management of first class 
workmen. No charge for cutting. 

FOUR DOORS NORTH ANGLO AMERICAN HOTEL 




GENERAL DEALERS IN 



mPLi m Mil GRoni 



ROGER D. CONGEB. 



JAKES A. CONQSB. 



124 



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Fee, John, laborer, h. N. George. 

Feeny, Mrs. Bridget, widow, S. Henry. 

Febery, Patrick, mariner, b. E. Pinnacle. 

Ferguson, Wellington, with R. B. Bennet. 

FergQBon, D. C, clerk with J. G. Holden k Co. 

Finch, Henry, carpenter, h. S. Lewis. 

Finkle, Gbarles R., sawyer, W. James. 

Finn, James, E. Grier. 

Finn, John, attorney, etc., E. Front, h. W. Grove. 

Finn, Robert, teamster, E. Reed. 

Fischer, Henry, watchmaker, h. S. Church. 

Fitzgerald, Patrick, laborer, S. Lewis, 

Fitzgerall, Thomas, laborer, h. W. Pinnacle. 

Fitzpatrick, James, shoemaker, with C. Y. Bogart. 

Fitzpatrick, Patrick, founder, S- Elm. 

Fitzpatrick, William, soda water factory, b. E. Mill 

Fleming, James, baker, b. E. John. 

Fletcher, Arthur, ti Co., grocers, cor. Bridge and Front. 

Fletcher, William, blacksmith, S. Pine. 

Fiindall, P. J., clerk, with W. H. & I. B., Graham. 

Flint Eber C, melodeon manufacturer, cor. Bridge and Fianacle, h. W. 
Church. 

Flint & Robertson, barristers, S. Bridge. 

FLINT k YEOMANS, luuber merchants.~Se« Jdv. p. 135. 

FLINT, HON. BILL A, member senate, b. S. Bridge. 

Flint, John B., barrister, firm, F. &. Robertson, h. George and Queen. 

Flynn, Frank, barkeeper, Dafoe House. 

Folky, Mrs., widow, E. Geddes. . , ., 

Foltz, Joseph, clerk, with Robertson & Empey. 

Fones, Christopher, carpenter, Herchimer. 

Fones, Robert A., clerk, with P. D. Conger. > ■ - 

Ford, Frederick, gunsmith, E. Front. 

Forin, John, architect and builder, h. Meyer's terrace. 

FORREST & LOZO, artists, E. Front.— See .>4dr. p. 137. 

Forrest, firm, F. & Lozo. -"V 

Foster, Benjamin, E. Matilda. 

Foster, Daniel, S. Bay. 

Foster, Joseph, N. Bay. 

Foster, John C, S. Bay. 

Foster, Shubael, yeoman, E. Centre. 

Foster, W. A., brickmaker, h. S. Bay. 

Foultsee, Gregory, machinist, S. Elm. 

Fowler, James W., dyer, B. Coleman. 

Fox, Edward, gentleman, E. Front. • , 

Fox, John C, merchant, W. Front, b. E. Grove. 

Frederick, John, harnessmaker, N. Lewis. 

Frith, Miss Harriet, milliner, S. Bridge. 

Friszell, Wellington, grocer, E. John. 

Frost, Abraham, leather dealer, E. Front, b. N. Dundas. 

Frost, Frederick, cabinetmaker, N. Moira. 

Frost, Henry, bookkeeper, with Hon. R. Read, h. Canifton Road. 

Frost, John D., cabinetmaker, with L. Roenigk. 

Fry, Amos, tinsmith, with S. B. Smith. 

Fry, Amos, Mrs., widow, h. S. Foundry. " 

Fry, Her ry J., tinsmith, E. William. .«-. . . / 



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125 



MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTHIER. 

JrAlvXlJI Ikj il AlJBlJBi JI I JUJaXCXXXt 1 <AJuX(ilG(| 

All orders -will receive prompt attention. Garments made to 
measure and warranted to fit. 

Glasgow Tea Sc Coffee Warehouse. 

JOHN COOK, 



loleisale anb |ittail Grocer, 




AND IMPORTER OP 



TEA, COFFEE, 8UQAR, SPICES, AND TOBACCO, 

ALSO, 

A Larp AssortneDt of Crockery, Mlers, k 

Observe the address : 

COENER FRONT AND HOTEL STREETS, 
BELLEVILLE. 

JAMES GBAN6, 

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, 

WILLIAM STREET, BELLEVILLE. 

Estimates given ; Mechanics' Work measured and api raised oo 
reasonable terms. 



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Fallerton, William, blaoksmitb, W. Reid. 
Furniral, Mrs., widow, h. N. Bridge. 
Oalbraitfa, Alex. S. clerk, with J. & W. Sutherland. 
Oalbraitb, Robert L. T., clerk, with R. Elliott. 
Gallagher, William, laborer, h. N. Water. 
Oaney, Mra. Jane, widow, E. Ann. 
Gardner, Thomas, plasterer, h. W. William. 
Oarneau, Luke, laborer, E. Everett. 
Garratt, Oaleb, merchant, W. Front, h. Moira. 
Garratt, Hugh, blacksmith, N. Market. 

Garratt, William H., clerk, with W. H. & I. B. Graham, h. W. George. 
Gas Works, W. Ohurch. 
Gavilley, Maurice, P. L., surveyor, W. Front. 
Geen, James P., carpenter, h. M. Bridge. 
Geen, Albert, bookkeeper, with J. 0. Holden k Go. 
German, Peter D., turner, S. Lewis. 

Gibberson, William, woodworker, with J. Walker k Co., Meyer's terrace. 
Gibbons, William, tinsmith, E. Mill. 
Gibbon, Thomas, with A. L. Smith. 
Gibson, George, firm Buller t Gibson, h. W. James: 
GIBSON, GEORGE, shoe dealer, E. Front.— £re« Jldv. p. 137. 
Gibson, William, laborer, E. John. 

Gilbert, Barton »., barrister, firm Dean k Gilbert, b. 2ad cor. Sidney. 
Gilbert, Cyrus P., W. Pinnacle. 
Gilbert, John, yeoman, W. Everett 

Gilbrausen, M., cabinet maker, with L. Roenigk, h. W. Pinnacle. 
Gilchrist, Miss, tailoress, h. E. Grove. 
Gillen, Michael, hardware merchant, E. Front, h. E. John. 
Gillespie, Henry G., S. Willard. 

Gillespie, Thomas, wood worker, with W. H. Vermilyea. 
Glass, James, moulder, with James Walker k Co., E. Pinnacle. 
Glass, James, J. P., hardware merchant, E. Front, h. W. Ann. 
Glickland, Alexander, mason, h. E. Front. 
Godfrey, John, fireman, G. T. R., h. W. Gilbert. 
Godfrey, John, foreman, with C. J. Starling. 
Godfrey, William, laborer, h. W. Ann. 
Goldsmith, Elijah, carpenter, h. S. Moira. 
Gallagher, Michael, laborer, h. W. John. 
Gollaghy, Barnabas, tailor, W. Front, h. W. Murneyville. 
Good, Richard, moulder, with J. Walker k Co., h. E. Front. 
Gordon, George, at Mrs. Keith's. 
Gordon, James, contractor, E. Ann. 
Gordon, John H., ai:ent, W. Pinnacle. 
Gordon, Robert, h. W. Front, 
Gordon, William, with Legate k Price. 
Gordonier, Harvey, baker, W. Ann. 
Gorman, John, foreman, with G. J. Starling. 
Gorman, John, laborer, with G. J. Starling. 
Gorman, Michael, mason, h. E. Murneyville. 
Gould, 0. I., carpenter and builder, h. S. Dundas. 
Grace, Thomas, mariner, b. W. Maria. 
Graham, A. H., clerk, express ofiice, h. Anglo-American. 
Graham, Felix, firm of Graham k Grainger, h. 2nd cor Thurlow. 
GRAHAM k GRAINGER, clothiers, merchant tailors, kc, W. Front.— 
See Adv. p. 139. 






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127 



R. P. DAVY. 



CASH PAID FOR 



frrain and all kinds of Country ProduoQ, 

AGEITT FOB 

«REAT WESTERIV RAILWAY, 

FROM TORONTO 
To .A.11 POINTS TTEST. 

ABEAHAI DIAMOND, 
BUILDER, 

BMr, Sasli, BUnd, and HonUing 

Mj^JSrUFA-OTURKR, 

COLEMAN WARD, WEST BELLEVILLE. 

Sash 7 X 9 and 8 X 10, sold at $25 per 1000 Lights : 
other sizes in proportion. 

4®* Work done to order for Patentees, for ail kinds of 
Wood Work. 



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BELLEVILLE DIRECTORY. 



Oraham, Dontld, wharfinger, W. Front. 

Oraham, Hugh, innkeeper, W. Front. 

Oraham, Ishhc B , firm W. R. k I. B. O., b. Dafoe House. 

Qraharo, John, carriage maker, E. Station. 

Qrabam, Thomas, at O'firien'a. 

Qraham, P. D., mariner, h. E. Murneyville. 

Oraham, W. H. & I. B., merchants, 103 Neilson's buildings, W. Front. 

Oraham, W. H., firm W. H. k I. B. O., b. Dafoe House. 

Orainger, Joseph, butcher, h. N. Railroad. 

Orainger, M. J., firm Oraham k Orainger, W. Front. 

Orainger, James, buteher, stall No. 8, h. E. Coleman. 

Orant, Donald, with McKinnon k Clark, E. Front. 

Orant, James, miller, E. Moira. 

Oratrix, Benjamin, with Wm. Powell. 

Oratriz, R., baker and confectioner, W. Front. 

Oreaves, Herbert, student-at-Iaw, with Diamond k Dickson. 

Oreaves, Mrs. Eliza, widow, S. Moira. 

Oreaves, Walter, student-at-Iaw, with Ross, Bell k Holden. 

Oreen, John, gardener, E. Grier. 

Oreenleaf, Orlando, finisher and engraver, with J. M. Walker k Co., Ix 

College Hill. 
Grier, Rev. John, M.A., rector Church of England, h. cor. Church and 

Bridge. 
Orills, Abel, butcher, h. E. Ann. 

Orills, Lewis, carpenter, h. W. Octavia. " 

Oruppe, Mrs., W. Ann. 
Guest, Mrs., h. W. Murneyville. 
Guest, W. J., cabinetmak'-r, with L. Roenigk. 
Hackett, Francis, with Thomas Elliott, E. Church. 
Hagerman, Thomas, clerk, with James Peard. 
Hague, Samuel, with Walter Fanning. 
Haines, John J., jun., penitentiary boot and shoo store, 101 Neilson's 

buildings, W. Front, b. W. George. 
HAMBLY, JAMES H., druggist, cor. Front and Campbell.— See Mv. 

p. 139. 
HAMBLY, PHILIP H., baker and confectioner, saloon, W. Front.— See 

Adv. p. 141. 
Hambly, Samuel, car inspector, G.T. station. ^ 

Hambly, Samuel, jun., car repairer, G.T. station. 
Hamiltou, Wm., ginger ale manufacturer, S. Moira. 
Hamilton, John, at Webber's. 

Hampden, Henry, carpenter, h. E. Grove. 4 

Hannah, Joseph, laborer, h. cor. John and Wharf. 
Hannah, Mrs. Christina, E. Murneyville. 
Hannan, Sylvester, shoemaker, h. E. Town Line 
Hanifer, Michael, laborer, W. Front. . ^.-. 

Hardy, Thomas, barkeeper, h. W. Ann, 
Hargraves, George, sawyer, W. Front. 
Hargraves, John, millwright, E. Front, 
Hargraves, John, W. Centre. 

Harkiss, E., laborer, h. E. Geddes. ■ • ^ 

Harnwell, Joseph, laborer, S. Bridge. 
Harper, Richard, clerk, with W. H. Wallbridge, 
Harris, William H., plasterer, h. W. Yeoman. 
Harrison, Edward, book store, M3 W. Front. , 



ADVERTISBMENTS. 



12^ 



PRIIGE OF WALES 81L00H, 






Grand Trunk Station, Belleville, 

WM. DOCTER, Proprietor. 

The Saloon is supplied with the Choicest WINF8 and 
LIQUORS, PALE and other ALES. 

In connection with the Saloon is a OtiOC^Rlt' 
nEP^RTJfMM:.VTy^here all kinds of GROCERIES 
and PROVISIONS can be obtained Cheap for Cash. 



s^mm m. mwamb 



9 



PROVINCIAL 



LAND SURVEYOR 



Gl?il @l£iigla@@r aad Draagliitsma^. 



Office : — In the Dominion Buildings, 
Bridge Street, BELLEVILLE. 



180 



UELLBVILLE DIRBOTORY. 



UarrUon, Edward, jun., with E. Harriion. 

Harrison, John, itationer, h. W. William. 

Harrifon, William, cleric, with B. Harrison. 

Harry, Joseph, grocer, b. E. Front. 

Harrold, Alexander, cooper, E. Everett. 

Harrold, Jamea, cooper, S. Bridge. 

Hart, Patrlclc. laborer. N. Wharf. 

Harvey, John, carpenter, b. B. Albert. 

Haslett, John J., eurreyor, h. S. Dundag. 

Haw, Robert, butcher, W. Pinnacle. 

HAYMES, QEOROE H., furrier and hatter, 139 Front, h. N. Moira.~ 

See Adv. p. 143. 
Hayne, Emanuel, grocer, W. Front. 
Hayward, Walter J., barrister, &c., E. Fron' 
Healey, Mrs. Mary, W. Oeddes. 
Heard, Thomas, gunsmith, W. Pinnacle. 
Heasley, Samuel, engineer, O.T.R. 
Hebert, Mrs., h. W. Ann. 
Hdlferty, Mrs. J., widow, E. Oburch. 
Helferty, Hugh, laborer, h. E. Front. 
Heller, Andrew, dyer, W. Mill. 

Hemphill, William, fireman, Ons Worlis, h. E. Pinnacle. 
Henderson, George E., barrister, &c., Victoria buildings, E. Front, b. S. 

Dundas. 
Henderson, James, clerk, with George Ritchie k Go.' 
Henderson, Laurence II., attorney, &c., Victoria buildings, E. Front, b. 

E. Front. 
Hennesy, Mrs. E., widow, W. Canifton road. 
Henry, Adam, firm Jones & Henry. 
Henry, C., teller, Bank of Montreal. 
Henry, Isaac G., carpenter, E. Church. 
Henry, Thomas, grocer, W. Front. 
Herchmer, Mrs. 0. L., widow, h. cor. Dundas and John. 
Hewtett, John, with D. J. Wallace, B. Front. 
Hick, John, carpenter, h. W. Franck. 
Hickey, James, cabinetmaker, with L. Roenigk. 
Higley, Charles E., with J. J. Haines. 
Hill, James, teamster, b. W. Coleman. 
Hill, James, with John Hill. 
Hill, John, laborer, W. Front. 
Hill, Thomas, blacksmith. Station Road. 
Hinchy, Thomas, shoemaker, E. Front. ' 

Hockburn, T., cabinetmaker, at Railroad House. 
Hodge, John, grocer, Henderson's buildings, E. Front. 
Hodge, John, grocer and provision dealer, Market Square. 
Hodgson, William, tinsmith, with George Adams. 
Hogg, James, tailor, W. Pinnacle. — See Adv. p. 137. 
Hogg, William, baker, W. Front. 
Hogle, Charles, clerk, wit'a Jones & Henry. 
Hogle, John, laborer, at Mrs. Campbell's. 
HOLBROOK, TIMOTHY A., Anglo-American hotel, E. Front.— 5e« .^di;. 

p. 145. 
Holden, David, bookkeeper, with Flint k Yeomans, h. N. Dundaa. 
Holden, Erastus, J. P., S. Hotel. 
Holden, J. C, firm R. H. k Co, b. cor. Bridge and William. 



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Holdcn, R , M.D., J.P., firm J. 0. H. & Co., h. N. Bridge cor. Ann. 
nOLDEN, J. C. & Co., chemists and druggists, cor. Front and Hotel.— -See 

Adv. p. 147. 
Holden, Thoma."), barrister, firm Rosa, Bell k Holden, h. W. George. 
Iloland, II. B., music teacher, h. E. Pinnacle. 
Holmes, James, shoemaker, h. S. Elm. 
Hoiton, C. P., clerk with Geo. 0. Holton <fe Co. 
Holton, E. W., h. Bridge. 

Holton, G. C, firm G. C. Holton & Co., h S. Bridge. 
HOLTON, G. C, & Co., merchants, E. Yvoni.—See Adv. p. 149. 
Holton, Stephen, watchmaker, B. Coleman. ^ 

Holton, William E., clerk, with Plolton & Co. , 

Hope, William, ^.D., J.P., h. E. Pinnacle. 
Hopkins, James, clerk, E. George. 

Hopkins, Thomas, carpenter, Grand Trunk Railway, h. W. Canifton road. 
HopkinB, William, carpenter, W. James. 
Horsey, Edward, tinsmith, with George Khown. 
Horrigan, Patrick, mason, h, W. Pinnacle. 
Horton, Cjtus, livery stable, W, Pinnacle. 
Horton, David, grocer, W. Pinnacle. 
Hose, Charles, engineer, E. Front. 
Hough, Mrs. L., W. Station. ^^, 

Houston, John, laborer. , 
Howard, Capt. Thomas A., mariner, E. Front. 
Howell, Charles, carpenter, with J. Walker & Co., h. W. Molra. 
Howell, H. M., student at law, with Dean k Gilbert. 
Howell, Mrs. Jane, widow, E. Pinnacle. 
Eowson, Mrs. George, widow, E. Church. 
Hudson, Wm., clerk, with George Ritchie & Co. 
HuflFman, Jacob A., carpenter, h, E. Ann. 
HufiFman, Sperry, with William Davis. 
Hughes, James, carriagemaker, W. Canifton road. '^ 
Hughes, James, laborer, h. W. Murneyville. .- 

Hulett, J. S., photographic artist, with J. Cronk. 
Hulme, Robert C, clerk Division Court, W. Front, h. W. John. 
Hunt & Co., hardware merchants, W. "ront. 
Hunt, Fitzmaurice, laborer, h. W. Yeomans. 
Hunt, John, machinist, h. N. Moira. 
Hunter, J., mariner, h. E. Front. 
Hurley, Jeremiah, grocer, E. Pinnacle. - 
Hurley, John, mariner, W. Church. 

Hurley, Mrs., h. W. Church. • • 

Hurst, James S., clerk, with J, Muir & Co. 
Hutcheson, Henry, W. Murneyville. 
Hutcheson, Alexander, shoemaker, h. W. Colerann. 
Huyck, Joseph P., mason, E. Church. 
Hyland, John, lumberman, h. W. John. 
Hynes, Willam L., tinsmith, h. W. Pinnacle. 
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., J. P. Thomas, ogent.—See Adv. 

p. 151. 
Innes, Robrrt L., civil engineer, cor. of Hotel and Pinnacle. 
' INTELLIGENCER" Office, W. Front, second building from Bridge.— 

See Adv. 
Irvine, Henry, account.int, W. Front. " ' ' t 

Irvine, Samuel, laborer, h. W. Grier. ; ,J f .• . ... . 



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PROPRIETOR. 

IN returni ip; thanks to the public for the liberal patronage 
received since commencing business, Mr. Fanning begs to 
announce that he has largely increased his facilities for business- 
and now possesses one of the finest and most complete establish 
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HACKS of the latest style and excellent finish have been pur- 
chased at great expense, and can be obtained at all hours, by the 
trip or hour. 




OMNIBUSES to and from all the trains to any part of the 
town at reasonable rates. 

LIVERi. — This department is supplied with the best horses 
and turn-outs to be found in the country. Careful drivers fur- 
nished when required. 

Office ;"Bridge Street, next the Post Office, 

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IRWIN, CHARLES, sewing machine factory, N. Mill, h. N. Mill.— 5etf. 

Mv. p. 153. 
Jack, Henry, merchant tailor, E. Front, h. Meyer's terrace. 
Jacobs, John, cigar maker, E. James. 

JAMES, E. M. D., office Neilson's "^lall, W. Front.— See Jdv. p. 151. 
James, George, high constable for County, W. Coleman. 
JAMES, MRS, photographic gallery, Neilson's Hall.— See Mv. p. 155, 
James, Theodore, carriage maker, W. Geddos. 
Jarvis, M., night car checker, G. T. Railway. 
JELLETT & BROTHER, barristers, cor. Bridge and Front.— See Card 

p. 208. 
Jellet, R. P. barrister, firm J. k Bro., h. W. Church. 
Jellett, Morgan, firm Jellet and Bro., b. R. P. Jellett, 
JELLYMAN, JOEL, joiner, h. E. Ann.— See Mv. />. 155. i '.' 

Jero, E., laborer, h. N. Water. 
Jero, George, laborer, S. Bridg' , 
Jero, Peter, engineer, N. Way, 
Johnson, Edyard, h. W. Church. 

Johnson, James, mason, h. B. Octavia. , \: 

Johnson, William, constable, h. W. Front. .^ . ,.^ .| 

Johnson, William jr., with Wm. Johnson, sen; 
Johnston, B., teamster, W. Maria. -^^ >^, ;: 

Johnston, Mrs. Julia, E. Murneyvl'le. 
Johnston, Mrs. S. Henry. 
Johnston, Mrs. Sarah, widow, W. Victoria. 
Joice, John, laborer, with Edward Joice. 
Joice, Edward, laborer, h. W. Murneyville. 
JoliflF, William, clerk, h.N. Dundas. 
Jones, H., laborer, h. W^. Ann road. 

JONES & HENRY, merchants, W. Front.— Sec Jdv. p. 145. 
Jones, Nathan, merchant, 149, W. Front, h. cor. Bridge and John. 
Jones, Rev. Septimus, Christ Church, Church of England, h. N. Bridge. 
Jones, R. H., h. Canifton road. 
Jones, Thomafi, teamster, h. W. Franck. 
Jones, W. F., clerk with N. Jones. 
Jones, W. W , firm Jones & Henry, h. S. Hotel. 
•Tones, W^m. firm A. S. Page & Co., b. Dafoe House. 
Jordan, Henry, with Laferte. 

Jordan, Edward, with M. Laferte. ^ 

Josey, Mrs. Hannah, N. Wharf. 
Kaley, Peter, W. Front. 
Kearns, Mrs., widow, W. John. 
Kehoe, Michael, yeoman, N, Earl. 
Kehoe, Michael, blacksmith, h. E. Coleman. 
Kehoo, Mrs. h, E. Coleman. 
Keegan, Deunis, laborer, N. Water. 

Keith, George, firm Jas. M. Walker & Co., h Meyer's Terrftca. 
Keith, John, h. W, Ann. 
Keith, John, C, clerk with M. Gillen. 
Keith, Mrs., boarding house. Church. 
Keith, William, at Apothecaries Hall. 
Keir, Mrs., Christina, S. Nerchemer. • il " 

Kellen, Thos. P., with Jas. Kennedy, ;^ ' 

Kelly, Mrs., h. W.John. 
Kelly, Robert, contractors' agent, Q. T. Railway. 



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STEAM MILLS, 



DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

urn BOAItDS, PLifiJlOORil, 

Always in Slocl, M for Sale at Low Prices. 



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Eell.v, John, day operator and ticket agent, G. T. Railway. 

Kelso, Thos., firm Pitceathly & Kelso, h. W. George. 

Kennedy, Mrs. James, E. Everett. 

Kennedy, Mathew, laborer, W. Reed. 

Kennedy, Robert, laborer, W. Cedar. 

Kennedy, Samuel, laborer, E. Mill. 

Kennedy, Dennis, grocer, E. B'ront. ' ''% 

Kennedy, James, merchant, 154 E. Front. 

Kennedy, Joseph, laborer, h. N. Water. _5,; 

Kern, Francis, shoemaker, wilh McKeown & Robertaoa. 

Kerr, Mrs., Janet, widow, W. Front. 

Kerr, John, tax collector, b- E. William. 

KEYES, ANDREW, auctioneer and broker, E. Front, h. E. Pinnacb. - See 

Adv. p. 155- 
Ketcheson, William, painter, at Bobbins. 
Ketcheson, Mrs. B., h. W. Pinnacle. 
Ketcheson, Gilbert, with Joaes & Henry. 
Kinch, John, laborer, h. N. Water. 
Kinchella, Mrs., h. W. Colborne. 
Kirkpatrick, William, miller, E. Coleman. 
Knapp, Benjamin, painter, h. N. Lewis. 

Kobold, William, butcher, h. E. Pine. "'' ' \;'^f 

Kyle, George, laborer, with S. Kyle. 
Kyle, John, machinist, E. Canifton road. 
Kyle, Samuel, laborer, h. E. Church. 
Kyle, Samuel, Willard house, E. Front. 
Kyle, Samuel, tinsmith, with Geo. Adams. 
Kyle, William, laborer, h. N. Wharf. 
Kyle, William, cabinetmaker, with L. Roenigk. 
Lachance, Louis, clerk, with J. C. Holdsn, & Co. 
LaCroix, Henry, cabinetmaker, h. E. Front. 
LAFERTE, M., Liverpool House, W, Front.— See Adv. p. 15t. 
Lafontaine, Gsorge, blacksmith, h. W. James. 
Lambert, Joseph, laborer, h. E. Octavia. 
Lane, David, carpenter, S. Bridge. 
Laney, Levi, laborer, E. Pinnacle. 
Laagtree, William, shoemaker, Grand Trunk Station. 
Lattimer, Charles, boarding house, W. Front. 
Lattiraer, John T., carpenter, E. Pinnacle. 
Lanigan, James, tailor, with W. H. & J. B. Graham. 
Lavine, John, tailor, h. E. Front. 
Lawlor, Patrick, laborer, h. W. Church. 

Lawrence, Daniel, with L. Roenigk. , 

Lazier, John, woollen factory, Reed, h. S. Queen. 
LAZIER & LAZIER, barristers, Holden'a buildings, W. Front.— See 

Card, p. 208. 
Lazier, Samuel, 3., firm L. & L., h. N. Queed. 
Lazier, Stephen, W. William. 

Lazier, Thomas, A., firm. L. & L., h. cor. Hotel and John. 
Leaving, G. L., bookkeeper, with Pitceathly & Kelso. 
Lee, Benjamin, laborer, at G. Maxlield. 
Lefleur, Frederick, with Holbrook & Palmer. 

LEGATE & PRICE, bakers and confectioners, W. Front.— See ^c/t;.;». 159. 
Legate, Thomas, with Legate & Price. 
Legate, William, A., firm Legate & Price. 



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PHOTOGHAPHERS, &c., 

FRONT STREET, BELLEVILLE. 



Three First Prizes & Three Diplomas 

AWARDED TO FORREST Si LOZO 

ON THEIR PHOTOGRAPHS, 

AT THE PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION, HAMILTON, 

Attn 
All the Principal Prizes at the County Fair, Belleville. 

GALLERY: 

GEORGE GIBSON, 

MAnCFACTUBKB AND DEALBR IM 

BOOTS & SHOES, 

FRONT STREET, BELLEVILLE, 

A select assortment of Ladies', Gents', and Children's Boots and Shoes 
|g| kept constantly on band and made to order, of the best material. 

ALL WORK WARRANTED. 

OLOTHHSTG EMPORIUM. 
JAMES HOGG, 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

HAS THE BEST AND OHEAI*IST CLOTHING 

IS 

SHOP 76 FSONT STIIEET, one door Sonth of the Intelligencer Office, and 
second door firoin Bridge Street, West, 

Clothing of all kinds made to order and warranted to flt. 
Cutting done ou the shortest notice and warranted, 



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Leonard, JoLd, laborer, b W. Jamed. 

LEVER, JOHN, P., cheese box :iiaker, E. Moira.— 6>« Jdv. p. 169. 

LEWIS, JOHN, hardware ruerchant, W. Front, b. E. Finnacle. — St« 

Jdv. p. 161. 

Lewis, John, b. W. OoUmitn. ... , . . .„ 

Ligbtfoot, John, with Tliomag Lockerty. 

Lindon, Mrs. L. J., W. Murneyville. 

Ling, James, carpenter, h. E. Coleman. 

Lingbam, Job, lumber merchant, W. John. 

Lingham, William, founder, E. Mill. 

LINKL.iTER, THOMAS, tinsmith and stove dealer, B. Front.— <Sce 

Mv.p. 163. 
Linn, George, clerk, h. W. Grier. 
Linn, George, clerk, with G. C. Holton, h. W. Grier. 
Lister, James, medical student, with Dr. Liste . 
Lister, James, M.D., h. cor. Pinnacle and Brid'e. 

Liverpool and London Fire and Life Insurance Co., E. Chandler, agent. 
Lloyd, Andrew, moulder, with James Brown. 
Lloyd, Robert, broker, firm. L. & Stewart, W. William. 
LLOYD & STEWART, brokers, N. Bridge —See Adv. p. 159. 
Lockerty, Thomas, tobacconist, 175, W. Front. • - ^ 

Locket, Frederick, clerk, with J. Haines & Co. '" ' " 

Lodge, Orange, W. John. 
Loft, George, carpeut' r, E. Front. 

London, John W., printer. Intelligencer office, h. E. James. 
Long, Mrs. Joseph, widow, E. Church. 
Lowe, William B., machinist, with P. J. Roblin. 
Low, David, cutter, with P. D. Conger. 
Lyle, Mrs., widow, h. E. Station road. 
Lynch, James, laborer, h. W. Catherine. 
Lynch, Philip, bookkeeper, h. W. Pinnacle. 
Lyon, H. K., tinsmith, h. E. Church. , s 

Lyon, William II., clerk, with George Vair. 
Lyons, George, W. Front. 
Lyons, William A., mariner, E. Pinnacle. 
Macinnes, John A., clerk. Crown Timber Office, h. E. Front. 
Mackie, James, lessee of Market, h. W. Church. 
Maclellan, A. L., firm M. & M., h. Meyer's terrace. 
Maclellan, Duncan, firm M. & M., h. Meyer's terrace. 
MACLELLAN & MACLELLAN, attorneys and barristers, W. Front.— 

See Card p. 208. 
Macnider, Quintan, h. W. Church. 
Macnider, Thos., h. W. Church. 
Macnider, John, h. W. Church. 

Macoun, James, firm James M. Walker A Co., b. E. Front. 
Macoun, John, school teacher. School No. 1, h. College hill. , . , 
Macruden, Thomas, laborer, E. John. -- ; 

Madden, Edward, at W alter Fanning's. 
Madden, Geo. A,, printer, Intelligencer Office. 
Mahan, Mrs. S., widow, E. Pinnacle. 
Mahon, Michael, carpenter, E, Murneyville. 

Mahan, Edward, mariner, with Mrs. S. Mahan, - ^ '^ «/ 

Mahar, John, laborer, W. Colborne. 
Mahar, .John, jun., laborer, W. Colborne. 
Mahoney. S., laborer, h. E. Canifton road. . i. 



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G-RAHAM & GRAINGER, 






f HITEFORD'S NEW BLOCK. FRONT STREET. 

iBgI.L,g¥Ittg. 

Their Stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, Tweeds, &c., Is always complete 
and always on hand a seasonable stock of 

REAOY-MAiE ®iOTHlliG, 

• WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IV 

DBT GOODS and GEOGERIES. 



Cutting done to order, and Garments made to measure, 
and warranted to fit. 

IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THBY DEFY COMPETITION. 

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Malee, Richard, laborer, G. T. Railway. 

Mallett, M., foreman fence gang, G. T. Railway. 

Malloch, James, clerk, with W. H. & T. 6. Graham. 

Malone, Mrs. Mary, W. Colbornc. 

Manaban, Mrs. C, widow, W. Front. 

Mandeville, E. W., with F. Hackett. 

Manley, James, laborer, h. S. Cedar. 

Mann, Nicholas, barber, cor. Front and Bridge sts. 

Marcott, Theophilus, laborer, h. W. Pinnacle. 

Markee, PVancis, laborer, N. Moira. 

Marlow, Joseph, innkeeper, cor. Bridge and Coleman. 

Marlow, Lewis, innkeeper, cor. Bridge and Coleman. 

Marshall, William, shoemaker, E. Front. 

Marsie, S,, laborer, W. Ann. 

Marsie, Thomas, laborer, W. Ann. 

Marston, Albert, N. Molra. 

MARTIN, CHARLES, Moira Foundry Works, S. Water, h. W. Coleman. 

See Mv.j). 165. . 

Martin Samuel, with Roche Bullen. 
Martin, Mrs. B., widow, W. Jamea 
Martin, John, clerk, h. W. Pinnacle. 
Martin, Mrs. H. J., widow, W. Grove. 
Mason, Francis, printer, W. Grove. 
Mason, John R., tirm Miles & Mason, h. Murney's hill. 
Masonic Hall, W. John. 

Massey, Henry, carpenter, h. E. Cedar. , 

Masson, James, with Holbrook & Palmer. 

Masson, James, student at law, with Ponton, Falkincr k Denmark. 
Matthews, Alex., brakeman, G, T. Railway. 
Matthews, Edward, laborer, h. E. Canifton road. 
Matthews, Richard, brakeman, G. T. Railway. 
Matthews, Stephen, laborer, G. T. Railway. 
Matthews, William, gardener, G. T. Railway. 
Maunders, Thomas, mason, h. E. George. 
Maville, Peter, cooper, h. W. Reed. 
Maybee, A. T., mariner, W. John. 
Maybee, J. W., h. S. Dundas. 
Maybee, Mrs. Bridget, W. James. 
Maybee, Samuel, grocer, W. Front. 
May, G. H., mariner, h. W. Pinnacle. 
Maybee, Peter, carpenter, S. Bridge. 
Mayden, Joseph, grocer, E. Front. 
Mayfield, George, laborer, h. E. Church. 
Kazfield, Mrs. Sarah, widow. 
Meacham, J. H., postmaster, h. E. Pinnacle. 
Meadows, Benjamin, with J. C. Overell. 
:Meagber, James, grocer, W. Front. 
Meagher, J. G. C, clerk, with James Glass. 
Meagher, Michael, carpenter, h. S. Charlotte. 
Meajther, Thomas, engineer. Grand Trunk Railway, h. E. Albert. 
Meehan, Patrick, laborer, W. Water. 
Menzies, Robert S., clerk, with R. Elliott, W. Pinnacle. 
Menzies, William, W. Pinnacle. 

Meredith, George, bookbinder, with E. Harrison, b. E. Colboroe. 
Meredith, James, clerk, E. Colborne. 



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P. H. HAMBLY, 




PASTRY COOK & CONFECTIONER, 

Would say to his friends and customers from all parts that he 
is now prepared to furnish 

HOT TEA AND COFFEE, 




Wholesale and Retail at prices defying competition. 

CAKESi BISCUIT AND PASTRY, 

Of all descriptioD made to order. 

OI^I> TTIIVEN, Ace, Scc.^ 

Having been established for twenty years or so, must speak 

for themselves. 

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MEREDITH, WM., firm Meredith k Co.— See Jdv. p. 163. 

Merriam, Mrs. Charles, widow. - , 

Mersie, T., laborer, S. Bridge. 

Meudell, F. W., collector customs, office cor. Bridge and Pinnacle, h. S. 

Molra. 
MEUDELL, JAMES S., hatter and furrier, W. Front.— See Mv. p. ir,t. 
Meyers, George E., machinist, Meyer's Orchard. 
Meyers, Geo. W., barnessmalcer. 
Meyers, Tobias, E. Mill. 
Miles i Mason, publishers Chronicle^ Victoria buildings, cor. Front and 

Hotel. 
Middlemas, Joseph, sen., manager blacksmith department, 0. T. Station. 
Middlemas, Joseph, jun., assistant fitter G.T.R. 
Milcel, William Y., grocer, W. Front. 
Milden, David, laborer, E. Church. 
Mildea John, laborer, E. Church. 
Miles, Elijah, firm Miles k Mason, h. E. William. .^^ 

Miller, Charles E., sherifTs clerk, b. W. Grove. 
Miller, David, clerk, with M. Lafcrte. - r ■, . 

Miller, James, painter, John. 

Miller, J. butcher, N. George. • . ... ,^i . 

Milligan, Levi, axemaker, W. Albert. 

Mills, David, watchman, Grand Trunk Station. "' >'^ '"' 

Mills, Edward, with S. B. Smith. 
Mills, James, tai'or, W. Murney ville. 
Mills, John L., clerk, with James Brown. 

Mills, Mrs. Margaret, widow, E. Victoria. ' * "• 

Mills, Parker, shoemaker, W. Front. 
Mills, William, freight checker. Grand Trunk Railway. 
Milne, James, grocer, W. Canifton Road. 
Milton, William, yeoman, S. Dundas. 
Minor, George laborer, W. Church. 

MoflFatt, Alexander, carpenter, h. W. Qrier. \ . 

Monagbao, James, laborer, W, Mill. f 

Monaghan, Miss, teacher, E. Front, . ,. i, 

Moodie, J. W. D., h. N. Bridge, Murney's hill. 
Mooney, Robert, tinsmith, E. Front. 
Moore, George W,, clerk, with P. D. Conger. 
Moore, John G., foreman Intelligencer, b. S. Bridge. 
Moore, Miss, school teacher, h. N. Hotel. ' ,. ' 

Moore, S. A., marble dealer, W. Front, h. E. Ann. '• ' 

Morden, Andrew, ccrriagemaker. 
Morden, Cornelius, W. George. 

Morgan, William, laborer, b. E. Octavia. , ,„„ ^. 

Aforrice, Alexander, firm Morrice * Saffrey, h. Willard. 
Morrice & Saffrey, shoemakers, E. Front. 
Morris, John, laborer, h. W, Grier. 
Morton, Alexander, printer, Intelligencer office. 
Mott, Mrs., millinery department, Geo. Ritchie k Co. P 

Moyer, Moses, laborer, E. Everett. 
Moynes, Jas. C, clerk, with Garratt & Co. 
Muchall, Frederick, b. with Mrs. Trail. 

MUIR, JOHN & CO., merchant, W. Front, h. W. George,— S<« Mv. p. 169. 
Mulhern, Mrs., widow, W. Baldwin. 
Mullen, Charles, innkeeper, W. Front. 



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Front Street, - - IBeUe-vlUe, 

MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER 



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Mallen, Charles, hotel, W. Front. 

Mullen, James, carter, W. Maria, 

Mullen, Jobs, mariner, N. Wharf. 

Mullen, Michael, laborer, h. N. Wharf. 

Mallen, Mrs., h. W. Maria. 

MuUowney, Edmund, laborer, h. W. Mill. 

M'^llowney, Edward, laborer, E. Baldwin. 

Mullowney, Edward, laborer, B. Oolbome. 

Mulqueen, James, laborer, h. W. Geddes. 

Munro, Mrs. B., E. Maria. 

Mumey, Mrs. Edmund, widow, b. Morney's bill. -, 

Murphy, Bartlett, b. E. Canifton road. . ' 

Murphy, Frarcis, laborer, E. Fn ot. 

Murphy, John, mariner, N. wharf. ^- - ^ 

Murphy, John, laborer, b, W. Grier. 

Murphy, M. P., road inspector, G. T; Railway, h. E. Station. 

Murphy, Timothy, chandler. 

McAdie, William, carpenter, h. E. Mill; 

McAffee, John, tailor, E. Front. 

McAnnany, Francis, J.P., County Treasurer, h. S. Dundas. 

McArthur, George, innkeeper, E. Front. 

McArthur, Neil, grocer, W. Front, b. cor. Hotel and Charles. 

McCaffrey, Mrs. Mary, E. Front. 

McCafP^y, R., carpenter, h. E. Front. 

McCallum, John, laborer, W. Canifton road. 

McCarty, Charles, grocer, W. Front. |< ^ 

McCarty, James, laborer, h. N. Bridge. ^'-<^ 

McCarty, John, bussdrirer, N. Dundas. " . 

McCarty, John, laborer, h. E. Canifton road. •'■^ -' 

McCarty, John, laborer, h. W. Maria. 

McCarty, William, laborer, E. Canifton road. "^ ^ 

MoCOMB, JAMES, merchant, W. Front.— 5«e Jdv., p. 17U 

McConachy, Francis, cooper, b. B. Canifton road. 

McCormick, Andrew, with William Brown. 

McCormick, David, laborer, W. Colbome. 

McCormick, Mrs. A., grocer, cor. Front and Moira. 

McCoy, Alexander, laborer, b. W. Maria. 

McCoy, David, teamster, E. John. f > ^ 

McCoy, James, laborer, W. Maria. 

McCoy, Mrs., widow, h. W. Coleman. 

McCoy, Nathaniel, laborer, h?W. John. 

McCreary, John F., baker, h. College hill. "?< 

McCreary, Robert, laborer, h. E. Grier. 

McCruden, John, laborer, N. Wharf. 

MoCruden, William, laborer, h. cor. Wharf and Moira. 

McCutcbeon, John, carpenter, h. cor. Front and Dundas. 

McDermott, Daniel, laborer, h. W. Colbome. 

McDonald, Alexander, law student, h. W. Church. 

McDonald, Christopher, clerk, with G.S. Tickell. 

McDonald, Christopher, laborer, h. W, Wellington. 

McDonald, Donald, grocer, W. Front. 

McDonald, H. G., at Railroad House. 

McDonald, J^uies, blacksmith, N. Moira. 

McDonald, John R., carpenter, h. E. Station road. 

McDonald, Martin, laborer, W. Front. 



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iimO-AIERICAH IDTEl, 

FRONT STRE ET, 



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T. A. HOLBEOOK, 



PROPRIETOR. 



'Omnibuses to and from the Boats and Cars. 



JONES & HENKY, 



IMFOBTERS AND DEALERS IN 



FMCT m STAPLE DRY GOODS, 

aSOOERIES, &c. 

A GOOD ASSORTMENT 

OI<" OLOTHS 

Always kept on hand and made up to order on the shortest 
notice by first class workmen. 



W. W. JONES. 



ADAM HINBY. 



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McDonald, Miss B., E, Oanifton road. 

McOooald, Mrs. J., widow, B. Charcb. 

MGDonneli, John P., roroD«r, b. W. Ohnroh. 

MoBlbaw, WillUm, N. Wbarf. 

McBlhaw, William, laborer, W. Cbarcb. 

McBlratb, Samuel, b. E. Pinnacle. 

McFee, Allan, Jeweler, W. Front, h. Moira. 

McFEE, ANOUS & JOHN, watchmakerti and jewelers, 85 W. Front.— 

SteJdv.p. 171. 
McFee, Angus, firm of in & J; M«Pee, W. Front. 
KoFee, Jobn, firm, A. ft J. McFee, b. Dafoe House. _ ^^^ 

McGarry, Tbomas, quarryman, h. S. Duudas. 
McQee, Artbur, laborer, E. Oanifton read. 

MoGee, William, mariner, b. S. Water. - •% 

McOinnis, Mrs., widow, h. W. Oanifton ro^^. 
McOinnis, Mrs., widow, b. W. Gilbert. 

MoGinnis, Richard, briclimaker, B, Gilbb. - . . a .. 

McGregor, W., tinsmitb, wilb Oreo. Adams. 
McGregor, William, W. Grorc. 
McGuire, James, grocer, S. Bridge. 

McGurn, John, carpenter, h. W. Pinnacle. ' '-' 

McGuttj, James, laborer, with J. Hurley. 
MoHugb, Michael, butcher, b. B. Ooleman. 
MoINNINOH, HBNRY, carriagemaker and blacksmith, W. Front.— 5ee 

Jdv., p. 173. 
Mclnnincb, John, with H. Mclnninch. -" 
Mcintosh, James, sawyer, W. Church. 

Mcintosh, R., time keeper, locomotive shop G. T. Railway, b. E. Bmily . 
Mcintosh, T. M., produce and commission merchant, E. Front, h. Yeo* 

mansTille. 
Mcintosh, William^ clerk, S. Lewis. 
Mcintosh, Wm., packer, Oustom House. .— . >■ . 

McKay, Alexander, b. Meyer's terrace. 
McKay, Alexander, blacksmith, W. Pinnacle. 
McKay, Francis, joiner, h. W. Rear. 
McKay, James, baker, N. Moira. 
McKay, James, clerk, with J. 0. Holden k Go. 
McKay, John D., cabinetmaker, b. E. Mill. 
McKenzie, Alexander, orariner, W. Pinnacle. 

McKenzie, Daniel, k Oo., lessees ofBelleTille Gas Works, W. Ohurch. 
McKenzie, D., firm D. McKenzie k Co., b. W. Church. 
McKenzie, Mrs. L., h. W. George. 
McKenzie, Mrs. 8., E. Pinnacle. 
McKeown, James, firm McKeown k Robertson. 
MoKeown k Robertson, shoemakers, W. Front. 
McKeown, William, teacher, School No. 4. 
McKinnon, James, firm McK. k C, E. Front. 
McKinnon k Glarke, grocers, B. Front. 
McKinnon, John, founder, with Brown k Go. 
McLaren, James, earpenter, h. E. Mnrneyrille. 
McLaren, Jobn, E. Pinnacle. 

McLaren, Rer. William, pastor Free Ohurch, h. Meyer's terrace. 
McLanghlan, Mn., widow, E. Front. 
McLellan, J., fireman, locomotire shop, G. T. Railway. 
iMoLeod, Kennetb, b. F. Obnrcb. 



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lOLDEI'S DtVfi STORE, 




(ESTABLISHED 1836,) 

CHANGE OF N_A.ME. 



The batineij beretofore c&rried on bj R. HOLDEX k 00., m whole- 
sale and retail Druggists, and managed the past fifteen jeari bj J. C. 
HOLDEN, will be continaed from tbii date under the name and ttjle 
of J. 0. HOLDEN 4 00. 

RUFUS HOLDEN. 

JAMES C. HOLDEN. 

In connection with the abore, the subscribers baring the past jear 
opened up connections with the leading Drug Houses in Europe, are 
now prepared to supply CTery thing in their line, as low for cash as they 
can be bought in Canada. 



AGKERiLL'S MEDIGINESj 

They wish also to draw particular notice to the fact that they hare 
jost been appointed by DANIEL ACKERILL, Veterinary Surgeon, 
sole Agents for his raluable Horse and Cattle Medicines. 



COAL OIL 

Haring the only Coal Oil Vaults in this part of Canada, we bare 
always a large wupply of the best quality on hand which we can sell 
in quantitiei at a lower rate than it can be laid down here for from 
any place in Canada. 

J. C. HOLDEN * Co. 



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MeLood, Mn., widow, b. E. Front. 

MoMMter, Francis, mariner, 8. Dundas. 

MoUallen, Daniel, yeoman, B. Front. 

McMullen, Hngb, laborer, W. Front. 

McMullen, Mias 0., dressmaker, E. Front. 

McNeil, John, Switchman, Grand Trnnk Station. 

McNelUs, John W., millwright, h. E. James. 

HoNich, H., blacksmith, b. E. Front. 

HcNight, Thomas, laborer, b. E. Albert. 

HcNulty, John, laborer, W. Geddes. 

IfcNulty, Mrs. H. Moira. 

McNnltj, Patrick, laborer, S. Strachan. 

McPberson, George, machinist, h. E. Mill. 

McRae, Thomas, carpenter, h. W. Mnrneyfille. 

McTaggart, Loyal, cor. Queen and John. 

McThomas, Mrs. Sarab, widow, E. Pinnacle. 

McVean, Mrs. Ann, W. Front. 

Nantes, William H., cnstom-honse broker, office Custom-hoase. 

Neal, James W., clerk, with George Ritchie & Co., h. E. James. 

Neal, William, engineer, b. S. Dundas. 

Neilson, George, contractor, h. B. John. 

Neilson's Hall, Neilson's row, W. Front. 

Nelson, Mrs. Obarles, b. W. Front. 

Nelson, John, clerk, with P. D Conger. 

Neran, Martin, saloon, B. Front. 

Nevan, Peter, barkeeper, with M. Nevan. 

Newbanks, Mrs., h. W. George. 

Newberry, Robert, accountant, b. Front Thurlow. 

Newman, James, laborer, h. W. John. 

NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., J. P. Thomas, Agent.— 5ee Jdv. 

p. 173. 
NICHOL, THOMAS, M.D., N. Bridge.— 5fee Card p. 167. 
Nicholson, Jacob, stonecutter, b. W. Murneyville. 
Nolan, James, mariner, h. W. Ann. 

Nolan, Michael, laborer, Meyer's orchard. ^ 

Norfolk, Mrs. Emily, N. Jane. * 

Nortbcott, John, contractor, h. Station. 
Northcott, John, tun., carpenter, h. E. Station. 
Nortbcott, Joseph, macLinist, b. Station. 
NORTHGRAVES, WILLIAM J., jeweller, W. Front, h. E. Pinnacle.— 

See Adv. p. 175. 
Northrnp, A. G., clerk Connty Court, deputy clerk of the Crown, office 

Court-bouse, h. W. John. 
Nosworthy, James, leather merchant, W. Front, h. W. Charlee. 
Nosworthy, J. C ., clerk, with J. Pewd. 

Nulty, Eugene, W. Front. , 

NULTY, MICHAEL, merchant, W. Front.— 5«e Adv. p. 175. * 

Nulty, Patrick, barrister, W. Kront. 
Nunn, W. C, station agent, Grand Trunk Railway. 
Natter, Benjamin, cabinetipaker, h. S. Hotel. 
Nutter, George, machinist, b. S. Hotel. 
O'Brien, James, cutter, with Graham k Grainger, E. Front. 
O'Brien, John, tailor, W. Front. 
O'Brien, R. D., h.E. Pinnacle. , • ^ 

O'Brien, Stephen, h. N. Dundas. 



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Groceries, 

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Ocftmb, Allan, azemaker, B. Mill. 

O'Garrol, Miss Marj Ann, W. Front. 

Ockemiao, Dunham, tax collector, h. R. Mill. 

Ockerman, W. M., with George Adams. 

O'Dempsey, Michael, stationer, E. Front. 

O'Donnell, Patrick, laborer, b. E. Maria. 

O'Hara, John, laborer, li. E. Pinnacle. 

O'Hara, Thomas, laborer, h. W. MurneyTllle. » > 

O'Hare, Mrs. John, W. Murneyville. 

O'Hare, Patrick, laborer, at Mrs. Bruce. 

Olifer, Galeb, carpenter, h. W. Pinnacle. 

CMelye"!, Michael, laborer, h. W. John. 

O'Neal, John, moulder, h. W. Mill. 

O'Neal, Michael, sawyer, with C. J. Starling. 

O'Rourke, John, laborer, h. E. Pinnacle. 

O'RoArke, Mrs., h. \V. Church. 

Ormci^d, William, sen., laborer, O.T.R. 

Ormond, William, jun., ln!)orer, G.T.R. 

Orr, Alexander, laborer, h. N. Duuuas. 

Orrill, Edward, laborer, S. Dundas. 

Osborne, Miss Agnes, E. Octavia. 

Ostrom, George, h. E. Grove. 

Ostrom, Henry, h. E. Henry. 

Ostrom, Sylvester, woolen fnctory, N, Mill, h. N. Moira. . ^, ., 

Ostrom, Wellington, barrister, h. N. Moira. 

Ostrom, William A., clerk, with G. 0. Holton. 

O'SuUivan, Mrs. John, widow, h. S. Moira. 

Overell, J. C, stationer and dealer in fancy goods, E. Front, h. E, 

George. 
Owens, John B., with P. D. Conger. 
Page, A. S., & Co., lumber merchants, S. Bridge. 
Pake, James, joiner, h. N. Wharf. 
Pake, Samuel, carpenter, N. Wharf. 

Palmatcr, Simeon, E. Albert. ... ., 

Palmer, John C, Anglo American Hotel, E. Front. 
Panter, John, grocer, S. Bridge. 
Papineau, Augustus, with Charles Papineau. 
PAPINEAU, CHARLES, saloon, E. Ftont.— See Jdv. p. 177. 
Parks, George, laborer, at Blytbeman's. 
Parlow, J. C, with McKeown & Robertson. 
Parrott, Roderick, grocer, G.T.R. 
Parsons, Richard, baker, h, W. Church. 
Pascol, Lewis, cabinetmaker, E. Station. 
Paser, Lewis, with Georgo S. Tickell. 

Patterson, James, laborer, h. W. Maria. '' 

Patterson, Mrs. Margaret, widow, E. Front. 
Patterson, Robert, b. E. George. 
Patterson, R. S., h. S. Mill. 
Paul, Alexander, E. Ann. 
Paul, John, sen., mariner, b. W. Ann. 
Paul, John, mariner, h. W. Ann. 
Payett, Alexander, laborer, N. Water. 
Pearce, John, tailor. 
Pearce, John, W. Murneyville. 
Pearce, Robert, tanner, h. W. MurneyvilU. " 



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IMPERIAL 

FIEE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON, 

Established 1803. 



SUBSCRIBED AND INVESTED CAPITAL, $9,800,000. 



DEPOSIT IN CANADA, $105,060 



Head Office for Canada, Montreal. 



Insurance! against Loss by Fire effected on tbe most favorable terms^ 
and losses paid without reference to the Board in London. 

RINTOUL BROS., General Agents, 

J. PARKER THOMAS, A«int, 

BELLEVILLE. 



DR. ja.m:e 

ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN, 

SURGKOR AMD ACCOVCHEUR, OODLIST AKD AURIBT, 

Oraduate qf Eclectic College of Pennsylvania, and Licentiate, qf the Eclectic 
Medical Board, Toronto, 

WOULD respectflilly state to tbe people of BelleTille, and the Counties of Hastinn 
and Prince Edward, that he hu resumed his practice among them, and Is 
now treating successfully the following diseases :— Kpflepsy, or Falling Fits, in their 
worst form; Consumptiou, in its varied stages- -with Boleotic remedies. Con- 
sumption is no longer an incurable disease ; Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, Gravely 
Dropsy of the chest, Al>dominal Dropsy, General Dropsy, fcc. ; patients who hare 
been tapped several times are curable under Dr. James* treatment; diseases of the 
Heart, diseases of the Eye and Ear; Dyspepsia, and Liver diseases, and diseases of 
women and children, errors of Youth, Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and 
all the eHbots of indiscretion of youth— a sure cure is guaranteed in every case. 
Also, Cancers cured without cutting, and little pain, Diseases which have hitherto 
been thought incurable, are now raptdl / yielding to his treatment, as his grateful 
patients are willing to testify. No Calomel, no Mercury, no Mineral Poisons will 
be administered in any form, in any disease. Paralysis cured by a new treatment. 

These Fits, even after they have been pronounced by tbe medical profession of 
ten and twenty years' standing, incurable, and when patients are partially insane, 
are now being restored to sound health by Dr. James. 

With Dr. James' remedies Consumption is no longer an incurable disease. When 
patients have lost the use of one entire Lung thev can be restored to ^od health, 
so that such persons can attend to their occupations with great comfort to them- 
■elves for many years, and ultimately die of other diseases. 

Opficb,— In Neilson's Hall, Front Street, BellevQIe. Offloe hours firom 11 a.in, to 
4 p.m. No charge f»r consultation. 



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PEARD, JAMBS, inerohant, orr. Front and Bridge, b. E. Aun.—Stt 

Adv. p. in. 
PeariOD, Henry, batter, E. Front. | 

Peautaire, Michael, laborer, W. Ohurcb. ' 

Peck, Amos, B. Grove. 

Peckbam, Robert, painter, b. W. Moira. « 

Pelow, Edward, laborer, h. E. Baldwin. 
Perkins, Edward, headquarters saloon, W. Front. 
Perkins, WiMiam, sboemaker, b. E. Front. 
Perry, B. W., b. W.John. 
Peterson, Oepbas, general ager*, E. Front. 
Pettis, Artbtir, blacksmith, with J. M. Walker 4 Co. 
Petrie, Allan T., E. Front. 
Petrie, A. 0., accountant, b. E. Front. 
Pettigrew, R. J., clerk, with J. C. Orerell. 
Pbili^ipot, James, N. Lewis. 
Phillips, Abraham, shoemaker, E. Grier. 
Phillips, John D., grocer, E. Uhurcb. 

PHILLIPS, NORMAN W., grocer, S. Bridge.— 5«« Jiv. p. 179. 
Pliillips, William, barkeeper, at Anglo-American. 
Fbippeb, John A., potashery, W. Front, h. 8. Dundas. 
Pbippen, Mrs., widow, b. E. Front. 
Phippen, Samuel A., mariner, schr. Ontario. 
Pbippen, T. J., chandler, W. Front. 
Pbipps, George, engine driver, Granc Trunk Railwaj . 
Phipps, Samuel, h. Grand Trank Station. 
Pbipps, Samuel, jun., engineer, Grand Trunk Railway. 
Pigden, Thomas, gardener, h. E. Church. 
Pike, Mrs. E., b S. Bridge. - •. . 

Pike, Thomas, operator Montreal Telegraph office. 
Pike, William, h. S. Bridge. 
Pike, William, clerk, with John Lewis. 
PITGEATHLY & KELSO, wholesale merchants, E. Front.— S«c Jdv. 

p. 177. 
Pitceathly, D., firm P. A Kelso, b. Meyer's Terrace. 
Pitts, Mrs. Maria, widow, E. Mill. ., 

Poilrous, Mrs. Charlotte, W. Geddes. 
Polaco, John, steward at Dafoe House. 
Polin, Ezekiel L., carpenter, at Roblin's. 
Pollock, Henry, E. Grier. 
Poison, Mrs. Jessie, W. Front. 
Ponton, Archibald, J.P., clerk 1st Division Ooart, office Oourt-houie, h. 

3rd con. Thurlow. 
Ponton, Falkiner tc Denmark, barristers, etc., B. Front. 
Ponton, Miss B., N. Bridge. 
Ponton, William Hamilton, J.P., firm P. F. D., county registrar, h. B. 

Pinnacle. 
Pope, G. H , clerk, with A. S. Page k Co. 
Porte, Thomas, watchmaker, with H. Rosenberg. 
Post, Jason H., laborer, E. Moira. 
Post, John, carpenter, S. Foundry. 
Post, Mrs. F., widow, S. Dundas. 
Post Office, N. Bridge, between IMnnacle and Front. 
Potter, Mrs. Susan, widow, N. Moira. 
POTTS, GEORGE J., M.D., oor. Hotel and Pianacle~5e< Card p. 179. 






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FIRST PRIZES 

IIAVK UEEN AWAKDED TO 

c. iKWiisr & CO., 

BE]LI.g¥ILL», OUT., 

AT THE VARIOUS PROVINCIAL EXHIBITIONS, 



FOR 

THE BEST SEWING MACHINE, 

AS FOLLOWS : 

First Prise, KINGSTON, 1863. 

First Prize, HAmiliTON, 1864. 

Extra and only Price, LONDON, 1865. 

First Prize and Diploma, PIONTBEAL, 1865. 
Bxtra Prize for the Best Fantlly Sewing machine, 

TORONTO, 1866. 
First Prize for the Best Machine for all kinds of vrork, 

KINGSTON, 186T. 

ALSO DIPLOMA FROM PARIS EXPOSITION, 1867, 

BESIDES 

NUMEROUS COUNTY PRIZES 

AT VAIINt EIHIIITIMS THIOUIlMIT THE mVliei. 



After a oareflil examination, and a thorougb test of Sewing on all kinds of work, 
for nearljr fire hours, by wbll-hblbcted and comfetbnt Judges, in Kingston, 
our Maolune was declared to be superior tor all kinds of work, orer the following 
maotalneay vis : 

WHEBTjEB ft WILSON, New Tork, this machine took a gold medal at Paris, 1867. 
SLIA8 HOWE, Jr., New Tork, this machine also took a gold medal at Paris, 1867. 
I. M. 8IN0BB ft CO., New Tork, who, too, pretend to make an Improved Family 

Sewing Machine. "< ''" ' 

Also over the various Sewing Machines manafiwtured in the Dominion— facts which 
ineontestiblv prove that WE are making the BEST MACHINES now oUtoed to the 
public, for all varieties of Sewing, both light and heavy work. 

Every Machine Warranted for One Year, if Used witli Proper Cure. 

All parties purchasing Sewing Machines ftom us, shall have them careftallr packed 
and snipped according to order. Each Machine is furnished with a Gauge, Uemmer, 
Feller, Braider, ftCi, so., complete; and fkill directions for operating and keeping 
it In order, where our Agent is not convenient to be called upon. 

To Ministers of Beligion and Charitable Institutions, a liberal per centage will be 
allowed as usual ; and to all who engage in the sale of our Haohines we will sell on 
fluoh terms as to allow them a large margin for their time and labor. 

C. IRWIN A CO., Belleville, Ont. 

SV AOENTS WANTED IN ALL PARTS OF tHE DOMINION. 

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POWELL, WILLIAM, oarriagenuker and blaokimitb, B. Front.— 5m 
Mv. p. 181. 

Power, James, Mri. widow, h. W. Pinnacle. 

Powera, Lawrence, laborer, E. Orier. 

Premoe, Albert, laborer, W. MurneyTille. 

Preston, J., engine drirer, Grand Trunk Railway. 

Pretty, Henry, produce and commission agent, opposite Market. 

Price, David R., firm Legate k Price, h. E. Church. 

PRICE, REESE, grocer, E. Front, h. W. Ann.— 5<e Jdv. p. 179. 

Prime, J., fireman. Grand Trunk Railway. 

Prime, M., engine shed. Grand Trunk Railway. , 

Prime, Walter, yeoman, Grand Trunk Station. 

Pringle, A. N., sash and blind factory, E. Moira, b. E, Grore. 

Pringle, John N., carpenter, E. Grove. 

Pringle, Louis, mariner, N. Dundaa. 

Proctor, A. E., axe maker, W. Front, h. E. George. 

Purdcau, Peter, shoemaker, at Morrice & Saffrey. 

QUEEN INSURANCE CO.— 5fe .>fdt)., p. 57. 

Qoin, Timothy, laborer, north of Railroad. 

Quinn, James, clerk, with Graham it Grainger, h. W. Front. 

Quinu, Miss Ann., W. Oliurch. 

Quinn, Peter, laborer, W. Geddes, 
1 1 Quinn, William, laborer, with Georgn Vair 

Quinsey, Benjamin, with John Wilsou. 
, Quinsey, Honry, blacksmith, h. E. Murneyville. 

Quinsey, John, blacksmith, b. W. Canifton road. 

Rabeau, Francis, laborer, S. Bridge. 

Racey, G. W., clerk, with James Peard. 
, Rankin, James, shoemaker, h. S. Mill. 

Rankin, Miles, carpenter, b. E. Front. 

Rankin, William H., foundryman, h. N. Foundry. 
, Rankins, William, engineer, W. James. 

Ranney, George W., superintendent Trent Navigation Works, office On- 

RUTHBUN k SON; H. B., lumber merchants.— Sec jldv., p. 183. 
tario Hall. 

Rawley, A., blacksmith, h. E. Mill. 

Ready, Michael, grocery, h. W. John. 

REDDICK & THOMPSON, sash and blind faciory See Adv. p. 200. 

Redner, John, merchant, opposite Ferry Wharf. 

Redner, Thomas, carpenter, N. William, 

Read, Hon. Robert, M.P., distiller, office E. Front, h. Front, Sidney. 

Reed, Austin S., stage proprietor, S. Bridge. 

Reed, G., grocer, N. Mill. 

REED. JOHN L., grocer, N. Mill.— See Adv.^ p. 181. 

Reed, Mrs. Ann, widow, E. Church. 

Reed, William, laborer, E. Pinnacle. 

Rwves, George, carpenter, W. Ann. 

Reeves, Joseph, blacksmith, h. W. Front. 

Reeves, Joseph P., harness maker, E. Front, h. E. Church. 

Reeves, Mrs., A. W. James. 

Reeves, William, blacksmith, h. W. Pinnacle. 

Reeves, William, grocer, S. Bridge. 

Reid, A . N., clerk with Geo. Vair. 

' BELYEA, G. V. N,, surgeon dentist, Jones' building, W. Front, bi cor» 
John and Hotel. — See Adv. p. 181. 



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NEW DOMINION 

NEIL80N*8 HALL, BELLEVILLE, 

HAS now been furnished with the latest styles of Scenery and Furni- 
ture. Arrangements have been made in Europe to receire from 
this date, all the new and latest styles of Scenery, kc, for Photographic 
purposes, every month from Paris, Ac. A First Class Artist bos been 
engaged to color Photographs in all the Fushionnble Styles. The Oal- 
lery will also be superintended from this time by one of the best Photo- 
graphers in America, so that parties wishing to get Photographs in the 
latest styles and of the very best quality, can rely upon them being all 
that they are represented to bo. 

LIFE SIZE PHOTOGRAPHS, 

Tn all the latest stylos, that cannot be surpassed either in quality or 
cheapness. Life size Photographs have become very fashionable for the 
heads of families, in fact no family should be without them. All work 
warranted to give satisfaction. 

The very best quality of CARD PHOTOGRAPHS only $1.25 per dozen. 

And other siicefl in proportion. 

U" Remember the New Dominion Gallery of Art, Neilson's Hall, 
Belleville. Only $1.25 per dozen, just as good and better than you will 
pay two or three dollars per dozen in other galleries. 

JOEL JEiLYMAN, ^ 

ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. 

Plans and specifications for all descriptions of Buildings made to order 
and works superintended on the most reasonable terms. 

Office and J^esidence ; — ^ast ^nn ^treet, 

OPPOSITE THE HON. BILLA FLINT'S, 
BBLIiBVILLB, OlfT. 

A. KEYES, 

AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. 

FRONT OTREET, BELLEVILLE. 
AUCTION SALES IN TOWN OR VODNTRY ATTENBED TO. 

Hr Liberal advances made on consignments. 
OFFICE NEXT DOOR TO FANNINQ'8 HOTEL. 



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Remesu, Mrs. C, widow, E. Pinnacle. 

Reynolds, James D., clerk, Jas. Kennedy. 

Richard, Francis, laborer, E. MurneyTille. 

Ri<lell, James, shoemaker, E. Ohurch. 

Ridley, Charles, M.D., J. P., office W. Pinnacle. 

Ridley, Fredrick, E. Front. 

Ridley, Mrs., widow, h. E. Front. 

RITCHIE, GEORGE & CO., merchants, W. Ftont.—SeeJdv. p. 185. 

Ritchie, Mrs., widow, W. John. 

Ritchie, Robert, S. Charlotte. 

Ritchie, Robert, W. Front. 

Roach, George cirpenter, S. Ann. 

Roach, John, h. Pinnacle. 

Robail, C, matchmaker, h. N. Dandas. 

Robail, Peter, laborer, N. Dandas. 

Robert, Alexander, with Wilson & Robertson. 

Robertson, Alexander, firm Robertson & Stewart, h. N. Moira. 

Robertson, Christopher, tailor, E. Front. 

ROBERTSO & EMPEY, merchants, W. Front.— 5ce Mv. p. 187. 

Ro'bertson, George, millwright, h. E. Pinnacle. 

Robertson, James, firm Robertson & Empey, b. Anglo American. 

Robertson, John, laborer, B. Church. 

ROBERTSON & STEWART, barristers, etc.. N. Bridge.— J^fe Cardp. 200. 

Robertson, William, firm McKeown & Robertson, h. N. Hotel. 

Robertson, William, shoemaker, h. N. Hotel. 

Robins, Lewis J., mariner, N. Wharf. 

Robinson, Mrs., Ann, widow. 

Robinson, James, M., distiller, with Robt. Read, b. N. Dundas. 

Robinson, Mrs. Sarah, b. E. Church. 

li;;'- ineon, Reuben, clerk, with, J. Van Norman. 

Robliuj George C, carter, h. W. Pinnacle. 

Roblin. Rer. Philip, h. cor. Hotel and Pinnacle. 

ROCHE, GEORGE, hatter and furrier, W. Front, h. W. George.— 5ee 
Jldv. p. 189. 

Roche, James, with W. L. Reeves. 

Roe, Edwin, laborer, b. E. John. 

Roe, James, laborer, h. E. John. 

ROENIGE, LOUIS, cabinet maker and undertaker, E. Front.— 5<« Jdv. 
p. 191. 

.^.OSENBERG, HENRY, watchmaker and jeweler,W. Front, h. E. Pinna- 
cle. — See Jldv, p. 181. 

Ross, Albert, clerk with Geo. Roche. 

Ross, Bell & Holden, barristers, &c., cor. Bridge and Pinnacle. 

Ross, James, barrister, &c., h. Dundas. 

Ross, James, clerk with Flint k Yeomans, b. S. Lewis. 

Ross, John G., h. E. Pinnacle. 

Ross, John, porter, Dafoe House. * 

Ross, Walter, joiner, h. E. Church. 

Ross, W. H., grain merchant, h. W. Front. 

Rous, F. H., BelleTille crockery store, W. Front. 

Rous, F. H., local supt. schools for South Hastings, b. W. G«orge. 

Rous, r. H., Jan., clerk, Belleville crockery store. 

Rousseau, Peter, with Hugh Graham. 

Roy, James, elerk, W. Front. 

Boy, James, brewer, with Bennett ft Bain. 



AOVERTISEMENTB. 



157 



M. LAFERTE, 



LiT$rp$0l House, 

FRONT ST., BELLEVILLE, 

Wbolesale aDd Retail Mer 



IN 



»RT <I00D8 



AND 



READY-MADE OLOTHINQ. 



THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT 

Is one of the largest and best assorted in town and under 
the special superintendence of a First Class Tailor. 

All orders intrusted to our care will be carefully and 
promptly executed. 



Remember the Store, directly opposite Conrt House. 



M. LAFERTE, 

LIVERPOOL HOUSE. 



158 



BBLLBVILLE PIREOTORT. 



Roy, Mrs., widow, h. W. Front. 

Roy, Robert Maitland, town clerk, h. W. George. 

Roy, Robert, smith. Grand Trunk Railway. 

Ruff, James, laborer, E. ' ^n. 

Ruff, T., shoemaker, h. lu. John. 

Russell, Edward, at Cronn's saloon. 

Russell, Samuel, tailor, X. Dundas. 

Rutherford, Thomas, carpenter, h. Meyer's terrace. 

Rutledge, Mrs. Mary, widow. 

Ruttan, Elias, with Wm, Powell. 

Ruttan, Philip, butcher, E. Murneyville. 

Ryan, Mrs., h. W. Geddes. * .., 

Ryan, Mrs., widow, h. E. Colborne. 

Ryan, Patrick, night agent Grand Trunk Railway. 

fiaffray, John, gardener, h. E. Albert. 

•Saffray, Vincent, gardener, b. E. Albert. 

Saffray, William N., carpenter, E. George. 

Salmon, Mrs. Peter, widow, E. Coleman. 

Salmon, Patrick, bailiff, h. E. Coleman. 

Sanderson, Rev. Geo. R., Wesleyan Methodist, h. W. Pinnacle 

Sanderson, Robert, yeoman, W. James. 

Sandford, Thomas W., barber, S. Bridge. '' v ,r 

Sarsfield, John, laborer, h. W. Colborne. 

Savage, John G., cabinetmaker, E. Front, b. W. Moira. 

Sawyer, Merrick, chemist and druggist, 122 E. Front, hi E. William. 

Schofield, Henry, clerk with J. C. Holden & Co. 

Schofield, William, engine driver, Grand Trunk Station. 

Schwaub, John, cabinetmaker, N. William. 

Scholes, W. H., firm Wallbridge & Scholes, h. N. Bridge. 

Scott, Walter M., accountant. Merchant's Bank. f 

Scoville, Philo. L., at McArthur's hotel. 

Seiricbs, Jameg, lumberman, with Bleecker. 

Selden, v., firm, Davy & Selden, Market square. 

Sero, Charles, laborei-, W. Ann. ' 

Sexton, Henry, grocer, W. Front. 

Seymour, William, tailor, E. Front. ^ 

Shanks, Miss Martha, assistant teacher, School No. 1. 

Shannon, James, with Holbrook & Palmer. 

Sharkey, Patrick, laborer, h. E. Town line. 

Shaver, John J., E. Front. 

Shearing, Alphonse, grocer and provisions, cor. Bridge and Front. 

Shehan, Michael, laborer, h. W. Canifton road. 

Shehan, Simon, laborer, h. W. Church. 

Shepard, G. R., teacher school No. 6, h. College bill. 

Sbepard, W. A., Intelligencer, h. W. George. 

Sherwood, E. D., clerk, with James Glass. 

Sherwood, George, Judge County Court, h. E. John. 

Shevlin, Mrs. P., widow, W. Church. 

Shortts, George, laborer, h. E. Ann. 

Shortts, George, laborer, h. E. Everett. 

Shoults, John W., yeoman, N. Strachau. 

Shoults, Lewis, tailor, h. W. Maria. 

Shellington, Edward M., clerk, with Geo. Ritchie k Co. 

Shurts, John G., miner, N. Bridge. 

Sicker, Mrs., E. Front. 



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159 



LEGATE & PEICE, 





AND MANUFACTURERS OF 



snd CBACKEB8, 



|- &c., &c. 



ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED and ON LIBERAL TERMS. 



JOHN P. LEVER, 

MANUFACTURER OF 



And all other kinds of Boxes, 

BELLEVILLE. 



Ckeese factory Companies and the Trade supplied on Liberal Terms. 



LLOYD & STEWART, 




BRIDGE STREET, BELLEVILLE. 
R. R. LLOYD. Q. M. STEWART 



160 



BELLBVJiiLB DIRECTORT. 



Sidley, Sylvester, mariner, E. Pinnacle. 

Sills, Samuel, millwright, W. King. 

Simonds, Allen, millwright, h. Grore, W. Belleville. 

SIMPSON, GEORGE A., & CO., wharfingers, \^. Front.— See Mv. p. 193. 

Simpson, James H., firm, of Geo. A. Simpson, k Co., wharfinger. 

Simpson, Geo; A., wharfinger, b. Dnfoe House. 

Simpson, James H., barrister, S. Dundas. 

Simpson, Mrs., boarding house. Grand Trunk Railway. 

Sinclair, Mrs., widow. 

Sinnott, Andrew, tailor, h. E. Pinnacle. 

Sisson, E. J., Charlemont Lodge, West Belleville. 

Slack, William, barnessmaker, E. Front. 

Slater, Alfred, shipcarpenter, E. Albert. 

Slavin, John, teamster, h. E. Pinnacle. 

Sleeper, Jonathan E., h. W. Geddes. . 

Smeaton, Edward, firm James M. Walker, & Co., h. Meyer's Orchard. 

Smeaton, William, clerk, with G. Ritchie. 

SMITH & BRBNTON, br.ilders, E. George.— See Adv., p. 193. 

Smith, A. L., tinsmith and stove dealer, h. S. Hotel. 

Smith, Benjamin, broker, W. Ann. 

Smith, Charles B., with Phoebe Smith, E. Front. 

SMITH, CHARLES F., tinsmith, E. Front, b. E. Albert.— 5ce Jdv. p. 193. 

Smith, Edward, laborer, W. Ann. 

Smith, Henry, laborer, W. John. 

Sniuth, John, blacksmith, W. Church. 

Smith, J. C, laborer, E. Teomans. 

Smith, James, firm Smith & Brenton, h. E. George. 

Smith, Luther, carpenter, h. W. Mill. , , 

Smith, Miss Almira, W. Frpnt. J t 

Smith, Mrs. Joseph, grocer, h. W. Front. *, 

Smith, Mrs., h. E. Church. 

Smith, Mrs. W., S. Strachan. . ,■ . 

Smith, Paul, laborer,h. E. Church. :, , , : .^ j^ | i.S,h -i 

Smith, Paul, ostler, Dafoe House. 

Smith, Robert, laborer, W. Gilbert. 

SMITH, SAMUEL B., tinsmith and stove dealer, W. Front.— S^ee Mv. 

p. 195. 
Smith, Stephen H., shipbuilder, h. W. Front. 

Smith, Thomas, with Mrs. Keith. , ,* , 

Smith, William, engineer, h. W. Canifton road. 
Snelgon, William H., E. Emily. 

Snider, Alexander, laborer, h. E. Albert. ^ 

Soby, George, Mrs. widow, h. W. Mill. 
Sole, Richard, laborer, W. Front. 
Sole, Robert, axemaker. 
Southwood, Thos., baker, W. Front. 
Spencer, Wm., clerk, with Robertson & Empey. 
Spirel, David, laborer, W. Church. 
Spry, Richard, blacksmith, G. T. Railway. 
Stanton, Joseph Philip, clerk with T. Elliott, h. W. Front. 
Stapely, Robert W., saah factory, E. Moira, h. S. Moira. 
Stapely, Albert, laborer, at J. G. Holden'a. 
Stapely, W. H., carptnter, h. E. Mill. 
Starling, C. J., contractor. Grand Trunk Station. 
Starr, George, butcher, S. George. 






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ADYERTISBMB5TS. 



161 



JOHN LEWIS, 

FRONT STREET, BELLEVILLE, 




,>• t ■ '■ 



DEALER IN 



MM anil Foreip M ani Heavr Harilfare, 



SADDLERY AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS, 

Paints, Oils, Dry Colours, Glass, 

&c., &c. 



STEAM SAW MILL, 

FRONT OF SIDNEY, 

STOCK OF SEASONED LUMBER ON HAND, 

JOHN LEWIS. 



162 



BELLEVILLE DIRECTORY. 



Stead, Jonathan, weaver, h. W. Murneyville. 

Steele, Williatn, painter. 

Stephens, Smith, cleric Qrand Trunk Bolicitor's Office, h. Murnej'i Hill; 

Stephenson, John, sawyer, W. John. 

Stephenson, William, carriage makci, N. Wharf. 

Stephenson, Robert, mechanic, b W. Water. 

Stevens, F. H., clerk, with M. Sawyer. 

Stevens, Mrs. Elizabeth, E. Front. 

Stevens, Mrs., W. Coleman. 

STEVENSON, HUGH, carriage maker and blacksmith shop, E. Front.— 

See Mv. p. 195. 
Stewart, Robert, M.D., b. cor. George and Hotel. 
Stewart, John C, shoemaker, W. Canifton road. 
Stewart, D. E. K., firm Robertson & Stewart, N. Bridge. 
Stewart, Mrs. A., widow, E. Geddes. 
Stewart, G. M., firm Lloyd k Stewart, N. Bridge. 
Stinson, Wm., W. Front. 
Stirton, John, carpenter, .h. E. Pine. 
Stoneburg, William, mariner, W. Front. 
Stotts, Dominick, porter, with Pitceathly k Kelso. 
Stouts, Martin, laborer, E. Mill. 
Stout, John, carter, h. N. Dundas. 
Street, James, with Koche BtiUen. 
St. Patrick's Kail, Henderson's Buildings, E. Front. 
Sturdgeon, Charles, laborer, h. W. Moira. 
Sullivan, M., foreman, with C. J. Starling. ' . 

Sullivan, Mrs. C, W. Ann. 
Sullivan, Thomas, with Mrs. C. Sullivan. 
Sutherland, Alexander, lumberman, h. E. John. 
SUTHERLAND, W., merchant, 131 W. Front.— See Mv.^ p. 19Y. 
Sutherland, William, h. E. Front, 
Sutherland, William, mariner, h. S. Hotel. 
Sutherland, Wm., clerk, with W. Sutherland, ^ 

Symons, William, tailor, E. Front, h. W. Ycomans. 
SymoBS, Thomas, with Wm. Symons. 
TANNAHILL, ROBERT, produce merchant, insurance agent, W. Front, 

h. E. George. — See Adv., p. 199. 
Tansey, Patrick, laborer, h. E. Canifton road. 
Tapson, Mrs., widow," h. E. Murneyville. . 

Tarley, G. laborer, h. W. Front. 
Taugber, James, laborer, h. S. Elm. 
'laugher, Micbael, grocer and provisions, E. Front. 

Taugher, Patrick, laborer, h. E. Moira. * 

Taylor, Mrs. Elizabeth, W. Murneyville. 
Taylor, Levi, founder, N. Dundas. 
Taylor, John, watchmaker and jeweler, W. Front. 
Taylor, Ormand, clerk, with Mrs. Taylor. 

Taylor, Jghn A., clerk, with Diamond k Dickson, b. W. Murneyville. 
Taylor, Homer W., moulder, W. Pinnacle. 
Taylor, George, Sheriff County Hastings, h* W. George. 
Taylor, John, deputy sheriff, b. E. John. 

Taylor, Levi, carter, h. W. Pinnacle. , ,„, . , ,, ^ ;* 

Taylor, Ormond, carter, h. W. John. 
Taylor, Richard, h. Meyer's terrace, 
Taylor, Levi, moulder, with J. M. Walker k Co. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



163 



THOMAS LINKLATER, 



DEALER IK 



STOVES OF ALL KINDS, 

lannfaGtnrer of TiQ, CoDpsr, anl Sheet Iron fares. 
SILYER PLATER AND RELL HANGER, 

FROJVT ST., BeiieviUe. 

The Highest Cash Price paid for Bags, Copper, and 
Sheep Skins. 

Tin Boofine;, Eave Troughing, and Conductor Piping on the 
most approved priDciple. 

W. MEREDITH & CO., 

CRONK'S BLOCK, FRONT STREET, BELLEVILLE, 

DEALERS IN 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 

AND 



A large assortment of Cloths of the most fashionable styles for Men's suits. 
GARMENTS MADE TO MEASURE. 



ALL WORK WARRANTED. 



l3"Remember the place, Gronk's Block, Watt's old stand, two doors 
South of Holden k Co., Draggists, Front Street, Bellerille. 



mmmm 



mmmmmmmmmmmm 



M 



BELLEVILLE DIEEOTORT. 



Teal, Joba, locomotiTe foreman, Grand Trunk Railwaj. 

TempletOB, Wm , grocer, E. Front. 

Telegraph Offce, N. Bridge, J. W. Thompson, agent. 

Tennant, William, moulder, Brown's foundrj, h. W. Church. 

Terwilligar, A. M., photographic gallery, E. Front. 

Thomas, Geo., jr., mason, with G. Mason sen. 

Thomas, George, plasterer, h. W. Front. 

Thomas, J. L., hairdresser, W. Front. 

THOMAS, JOHN, insurance agent, office W. Front.— 19«( Jtdv. on latt 

page inside cover, 
THOMAS, JOHN PARKER, barrister, insurance^agent, W. Front.— ^e« 

Card, p. 206. 
Thomas, Mrs., grocery and provision store, W. Front. 
Thomas, Mrs., b. E. Emily. 
Thompson, Bwen, laborer, E. Church. 
Thompson, George, clerk, with Jas. W. Thompson. 
Thompson, George F., clerk Express Office. 
Thompson, Hercules, firm Reddick it T., E. Front. 
Thompson, Hugh, laborer, E. Ann. 
THOMPSON, JAMES W., express agent and manager telegraph offi ce, 

N. Bridge. — See Adv., p. 199. 
Thomps'-n, John, laborer, with P. H. Hambly. 
Thompsou, John, street surveyor, W. Front. 
Thompson, John K., W. Front. 

Thompson, J. P., book keeper, with Geo. Ritchie k Co. 
Thompson, John, with Ohas. Papineau. 
Thompson, John, with Legate & Price. 
Thompson, M. M., book keeper, h. cor. Queen k Grey. 
Thompson, William, carpenter, B. Everett. 
Thompson, William, millwright, W. John. 
Thompson, William, laborer, E. John. 
Thompson, Uriah E., telegraph opurator. telegraph office. 
Thomson, Andrew, manager Merchant'} Bank, cor. Pinnacle and Court. 
Thomson, Robert, teller. Merchants Bank. 
Thrall, Harlin, sawder, E. Coleman. 
TICEELL, GEORGE S., cabinetmaker, E. Front, k. E. Pinnacle.— <S<« 

Mv.,p.20l. .:' 

Tilley, William, teacher, h. E. Grove. 

Todd, Joseph, blacksmith, E. Octavia. 

Todd, Joseph, jun., blacksmith, S. Bridge. 

Todd, Joseph, mason, h. S. Dundas. 

Todd, Thomas, mason, h. E. John. 

Toorney, Mrs. Julia, widow, W. Church. 

Townley, Andrew, laborer, h. W. James. 

Traill, Mrs. J. G., widow, E. Mill. 

TRAVELLER'S INSURANCE COMPANY, J. P. Thomas, Agent.-^5ee 

Jdv. p. 202. 
Trevelyea, John, N. Moira. 

TRUAISCH & ZOLLER, lager beer saloon, E. Front.— <$«< jUv., p. 199 . 
Truaisch, B., firm T. k Z., E. Front. 
Tuffin, John, laborer, W, Grier. 
Turnbutl, Wm., h. S. Ch^lotte. 
Turnbull, James, h. p. Charlotte. 
Turner, Benjamin S., clerk, with E. Harrison. 
Turner, James, blacksmith, E. Station. 



.ADVERTISEMENTS. 



165 



MOIRA FOUNDRY, 

Flint's "Wharf, Belleville. 

CHAS. MARTIN, 

Iron & Brass Founder, 

ENGINEER, &c. 



MANUFACTURER OF 



STEAM ENGINES, 

WATER WHEELS, 

Mill finring A HteUntry CMtings, 

HAND POWER AND STEAM FORCE PUMPS, 

PLOUGHS, &;c„ &c. 

ARCHITECTURAL CASTIMS, BALCONISS,&;.. 



Of various Designs and Patterns 

t 

PATTERNS 0F:ALL DESCBIPTIONS MADE TO ORDER. 



166 



BBLLBVILLB DIRBOTORY. 



Tnrner, Jeremiah, blsckimith, E. Mill. ' 

Turner, Joshua, h. Meyer's Orchard. 

Turner, Joshua, blacksmith, h. E. Station road. 

Turner, Thomas, blacksmith, with J. M. Walker k Co. 
* Tute, Christopher, painter, h. W. Coleman. 

Tuttle, Charles W., teamster, N. Colborne. 

Tuttle, Harvey, upholsterer, with 0. S. Tlckell. 

Tuttle, Henry, with J. P. Reeres. 

Urqubart, Donald, shoemaker, N. Bridge n. Front, h. W. John. 

VAIR, GEORGE, merchant, W. Front.-— -See Jdv.p. 202. 

Van Allion, Thomas, firm James M. Walker k Co., b, E. Front. 

Yanderbayden, Mrs., h. E. Albert. 

Vandervoort, Sydenham, clerk, E. Front. 

Vandasen, Joseph G., carpenter, h. S. Bridge. 

Vannorman, Frank, stationer, S. Bridge. 

Van Norman, Romaine, with F. Van Norman, b. E. William. 

Vantassell, William H., milk dealer, front of Sidney. 

VAPOR, J. C, merchant tailor and clothier, 81 W. Front. — See Mv., 
p. 203. 

Vnnvalkcnburgb, Peter, carpenter, G.T.R. 

VERMILYEA, W. II,, carriagemaker. Pinnacle, h. Sidney.— 5<e ^Ji>., 
p. 204. 

Vernor, J. W., surveyor customs. 

Wade, Stephen, carpenter, h. W. Grier. 

Wadsworth, Robert, tinsmith, E. Front. 

Wadtmoutb, David, artist, S. Elm. 

Waite, S. P., finisher, with J. Walker & Co. 

Waite. P., machinist, N. Jane. 

Waldo, Henry, blacksmith, h. E. Mill. 
' Waldo, Martin, shoemaker, h. E. Mill. 

Waldron, E., at Anglo-American. < ,. 

Walker, Geo. W., surgeon dentist, E. Front. 

Walker- Benjamin, at Mrs. McKenzie's. 

WALKER, HUGH, grocer and stationer, 81 W. Front.— See ^dt>. p. 203. 

WALKER, JAMES M., k CO., Belleville Agricultural Works, Coleman's 
Dam.— See Jdv. p. 205. 

Walker, James, firm J. M. W. k Co., h. W. Pinnacle. 

Walker, John A., firm Hunt k Co., hardware, W. Front. 

Walker, W. H., clerk, with Garrat k Co. 

Walker, William, finisher, with J. Walker k Co. 

Wall, Jesse, at Read's distillery, h. B. George. 

Wallace, Alexander, teamster, N. Benjamin. 

Wallace, Charles, carpenter, h. W. Cedar. 

WALLACE, DAVID J., artist, B. Front, h. W. Church.— '^ee Mv.p. 203» 

Wallace, John, clerk, with Nathan Jones, h. W. John. 

Wallace, James, Sidney mills, E. Moira. ^ „ ._ „. 

Wallace, Samuel, with James Wallace. 

Wallace, William, with James Wallace. 

Wallbridge, Adam Henry, firm W. Bros., h. W.William. 

Wallbridge, Brothers, barristers, &c., N. Bridge. 

Wallbridge, George, firm Wallbridge k Scholes, h. N. Bridge. 

Wallbridge, Francis, lumber merchant, h. E. George. 

Wallbridge, Hon. Lewis, firm W. Bros., h. cor. Front and Dundos. 

Wallbridge, Thomas Campbell, barrister, h. cor. Front and Dundas. 

Wallbridge, Mrs. R., widow, h. N. Bridge. 



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167 



THOMAS NICHOL, M.D., 

(Professor in Albert College.) 

lioitMSopat^ic l^pitian, ^nrgeonanb ^aout^tur. 

' Office and Residence, orer the Express Office, Bridge Street. 

Office hours, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Belletille, Dec. 28, 1868. 



I>^r"OE2 HOUSE. 



BILLIARD 



ROOMS, 




fni MWM ^iM mm^ 




DE..LER IN 

HATS, CAPS, FURS AND STRAW GOODS, 



Highest prices paid for Raw Furs as usual. 



168 



BBLLEVILLK DIRECTORY. 



WallbrldgA k Scholes. groceri, W. Front. 

Wftllbridge William H., Wallbridge's Foandrj, W. Pinnacle, h. cor. 

Front and Dundas. 
Wallis, John J., cleric, with E. Harriion. 
Walsb, Mri., widow. 
Walab, Patrick, laborer, E. Albert. 
Walten, Thomas, tailor, E. Front, b. W. MurneTTille. 
WALTON, QEORQE, builder, and sash and blind factory, Coleman's 

Dam, h. S. Catherine. — See Mv. p. 203. 
Ward, Michael, dentist, E. Front. 
Ward, Samuel, axemaker, h. E . Station road. 
Warner, Mrs. Harriet, E. Orore. 
Watkins, John J., h.E.Mill. 

Watkins, Thomas, assi'istant market clerk, h. market. 
Watsou, George, yeoman, W. Frankford road. 
Watson, Qeorge, surveyor, h. N. Moira. 
Watson, James, tailor. Grand Trunk Station. 
Watson, James, clerk with Geo. Vair. 

Watt, William, firm W. Meredith k Co., B. Front, h. N. Dundas. 
Waters, Alexander, blacksmith, h. B. Ann. 
Waters, David, tailor, with J. C. Vapor. 
Waters, James, clerk, with W. Sutherland. 
\7at»ers, Mrs., widow, h. W. Baldwin. 
Watters, Alexander, W. James. 
Way, Joseph F., Crown Timber Agent Office, Ontario Hall, S. Bridge, h. 

Mount Murney, Sidney. 
Weber, Michael, butcher, h. cor. Mill and Canifton road. 
Webste., Alexander, druggist, firm Charters k Webster, W. Front. 
Weese, Obauncy, with John Weese. 
Weese, Frank, teamster, with A. S. Page k Co. 
Weese, John, hotel, W. Front. 
Weese, Levi, grain buyer, E. John. 
Weir, John, laborer, h. E. Front. 
Weir, Matthew, laborer, W. John. 
Welsh, Edward, distiller, W. Coleman. 
Welsh, Mrs., milliner and dressmaker, W. Front. 
Welsh, Richard, laborer, N. Qeddes. 
Welsh, Thomas, laborer, Grand Trunk Railway. 
Wensley, Arthur, painter, b. East Belleville. 
Werden, C, with S. W. Werden. 
Warden, S. W., grocer, b. E. Front. 

WENSLE7, WILLIAM, painter, h. E. Ann.~5«« Ait. p. 206. 
Wensley, James , carpenter. 
Wesley, Charles, finisher, with J. M. Walker, k Co. 
Wesley, E., carpenter, h. S.MiU. 
Wesley, William, shoemaker, with W. Brown. 
West, Thomas, carpenter, h. W. Victoria. 
Wharton, George, W. Grove. 
White, James, laborer, b. N. Dundas. 
White, Richard, machinist, h. E. James. 
White, Samuel, carpenter, h. W.MurneyTille. 
White, William, shoemaker, h. Mameyville. 
Wbiteford, James, J.P., issuer of marriage licenses, h. W. Front. 
Whitely, John, yeoman, W. Murneyville. 
Wicket^ James, mason, h. B. Yeomans. 



J 



AOVIRTIfllllKTS. 



169 




J. MUIR & CO, 



nr 






, SUMS. imJM, 

Braces, Flannels, 

TIES, SCARFS, 



AND 



BOOTS & SHOES, 

TRUNKS, 

RUBBER CLOTHING, 

Front Street, 

BELLEVILLE, Ont. 



170 



BELLEVILLE DIRECTORY. 



Wilcott, Andrew, laborer, E. Murneyvilla: 

Wild, Rer. Joseph, Episcopal Methodist, h. N; Foundry. 

Wilder, John, finisher, with James Walker & Go. 

Wilkins, Charles, fishery inspector, b. E. Church. 

Wilkins, Henry, plasterer, h. W. Ann. 

Wilkinson, Lawrence, laborer, h, W. Water. 

Wilkinson, Mrs., b. W. Water. ' 

Willard, Mrs. widow, h. W. Pinnacle. 

Williams, David, surveyor, F. Murneyville. 

Williams, Joel, N. Hotel. 

Williams, L. J., Moira Brewery, N. Bridge. 

Williamson, Cornelius, laborer, b. N. Wharf. 

Wills, Mrs., widow, W. Church. 

Wills, Thomas, laborer, E. Town Line. 

Wills, Thomas, county clerk, office Shire Hall, h. E. Church, opp. Rt>maa 

Catholic Church. 
Wilson, Cornelius, N. Wharf, 
Wilson, James, fitter, Grand Trunk Railway. 
Wilson, Miss Mary, E. Front. .., 

Wilson, Mrs. W. P., widow, E, Church. 
Wilson, Thomas, blacksmith, with W. H. Vermilyea. 
Wilson, Robert, barkeeper, at McArthur's hotel. 
Wilson, Robert, mariner. 
Willson, Charles, barber, E. Front. 
Willson, James, fitter, G. T. Railway. -: 

Willson, John, baker and confectioner. 111 W. Front. 
Willson, Joseph, trunkmaker, h. N. Front. 
Witherspoon, Robert, engine driver, G. T. Railway. 
Wonnacoott, John, book-keeper, H. Meyer's crescent. 
Wood, Samuel, grocer, N. Dundas. 

Woodcock, Christopher, carpenter, E. Front. 
Woodcock, Nicholas, laborer, H. W. Mill. 
Woodley, James, mason, h. W. Octavia. 

Woodley, Joseph, mason, cor. Catherine and Murneyville. 

Woodley, Mrs., widow, h. W. Murneyville. 
Wood'oy, Richard, mason, h. W. Benjamin. 

Woods, -T?'i'-, yeoman, h. S. Dundas. 

Working Men's Temperance Hall, Marble buildings, E. Front. 

Wright, Geo. L., student at law, with R. P. Jellett. 

Wright, James, laborer, W. Colborne. 

Wright,Wiliam, harnessmaker, W. Front, h. W. Coleman. 

Wright, Michael, lamplighter, h. W. Moira. 

Wright, Thomas, laborer, b.W. Maria. 

YARWOOD, A. S., cabinetmaker, E. Front.— Sec Mv., p. 209. 

Yeomans, Horace, firm Flint & Y. h. S. Bridge. 

Yeomans, Mrs. Asa., widow, N. Moira. 

Yeomans, Jacob, clerk, with G. H. Haymes. 

Yerks, Arthur, yeoman, S. Lewis. r- .. 

Yerks, William, carpenter, S. Lewis, 

Young, Peter, mariner, with A. Young. 

Young, Andrew, laborer, h, B. Front. 

Young, Miss Hannah, milliner, h. W. Front; 

Young, William, laborer, h. E. Church. • 

ZoUer, P., firm Truaisch & ZoUer, E. Front. 



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3fJLlfiES MoGOMS, 



DEALER IN 



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And English, German and Swiss Fancy (3k>ods of all kind, 
suitable for Ohristmas, New Year's, and Wedding Presents. 

FRONT STREET, 




OPPOSITE FANNING'S HOTEL, BELLEVILLE, 

Call attention to their late purchases. They have the largest Stock 
ever brought to Belleville, of 

Silverware, Watches, ClocU Jewellery & Spectacles! 

Particular attention paid to their Stock of 

GOLD ANO SILVER WATCHES, 

which for exactness, durability and CbeapneBs are nnRurpassed. On hand con- 
stantly the celebrated Sewill Watch, the Waltham Watch, American Leman's self- 
winding Watch. CLOCKS from 81.60 to «100. SPECTACLES to suit aU ages, 
(the Fine firazillian Pebble . ) 

REPAIRING— WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELLERY repaired in the most 
satisfactory manner— Punctual and Cheap. As they have as uood ▲ Stavf ov 
WoBKXBN as there is in Ontario, a >d the newe$t and mott improved style <tf Tools 
^ nd Ma chinery, they can guarantee all work to give satisfaction. 

VWatohes repaired in the most satisfactory manner. Alt Work Warranted. 

A. ft J. HoFBB. 



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AOSICULTUBAL IMFLEMEHT MANTJEACTUBEBS. 

BROWN, G. & J., E. Mill.— S3« Mv., p. HI. 
MARTIN, CHARLES, Flint's wharf.— 5e« Mv., p. 166. 
WALKER, JAMES, k Co., Coleman's Dam.— 5ee Jldv., p. 205. 
Wallbridge, W. H., W. Pinnacle. 

AMBBOTTPEBS AND PH0T0OBAPHBB8. 

FORREST & LOZO, E. Front.— See Mv., p. 131. 

Hulett, , E. Front. 

James, D., W. Front. 

Terwilligar, A. M., W. Front. 

WALLACE, DAVID J., W. Front.— See Jdv., p. 203. 

ABCHITECTS. 

Foran, Jolyj, N. Bridge. , i . i • . 

Innes, Robert L., Jones' buildings, W. Front. 

AUCTIONEEBS AND COMMISSION MEBCHANTS. 

KEYES, ANDREW, E. Front~5ec^d»., p. 155. 
NULTY, MICHAEL, E. Front.— A'ce Jdv.,p. 175. 
TICKELL, GEO. S., W. Front.— See Mv., p. 201. 

AXE AND EDGE TOOL FACTOBIES. 

Barrel!, Ellis, E. Moira """" " ' * 

Proctor, A. E., W. Front. 

BAKEB8 AND CONFECTIONXBS. 

Brydon, William, E. Front. 

Corby, Thomas, E. Front. '■'■' ' 'r?'-i 

Deacon & Watson, E. Front. 

Dickens, William, W. Front. 

Earl, George, W. Front. 

Gratrix, R., N. Mill. 

HAMBLY, PHILLIP, W. Front.— See Mv., p. 141. 

Hogg, James, Henderson's building. . 

LEGATE & PRICE, W. Front.—Scc ^dt)., p. 159. 

McCreary John T., S. Station road. 

Southwood, Thomas, W. Front. 

WillBon, John, W. Front. ^- > ' , 

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I^ARRIAGE A BLACKSMITH SHOP, 

Front Street, Belleville. 



nmwi iiciiiin©}!, 

IN returning thanks to the p«ople of Belleville and the Conntj, for the 
liberal patronage extended to him for the past four years, begs 
to say that he carries on the busiue?" on the old site, where be is 
prepared to do ALL KINDS OP WORK cc nected with the CARRIAGE 
and BLACKSMITH BTSINESS. in the best manner, and at the LOWEST 
PRICES. He has always on hand heavy and light 

WAGGONS, BUGGIES, PHOTONS, &c., 

Which for style, durability and cheapness, 

ARE NOT SURPASSED. 

In the Blacksmithing Department he has none but first class Workmen, 
and the whole is under the immediate personal superintendence of the 
subscriber, who overses ALL HORSE SHOEING, and is confident that 
s^if one entrusting him with their Horses, will receive every sc^tisfaction. 



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THE NEW-YORK 

112 & 114 BROADWAY. 

(STRICTLY MUTUAL.) 



MOBRIS FRANKLIM, President. 

WJUL H. BEEBS, Vice Fres. and Actuary. 

LOCAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR CANADA. 

President : 
WILLIAM WORKMAN, Esq Mayor of Montreal. 

Directors: 

P. P. POMINVILLE, Esq., Q.C of Oartier, Pominville & Betournay. 

A; W. OQILVIE, Esq., M.P.P. 

VICTOR HUDON, Esq : Merchant. 

Medical Examiners: 
D. E. BURDETT, M.D. | C N. RIDLEY, Esq. 

WALTER BURKE, aeneral Agent. 

jr. PARKER TBOnAS, AceBt, RelleTlllc. 



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BABSIRTBBS AND ATIOBITETS. 



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BULL, SAMUEL J., E. Pront.—See Card, p. 207. 

BURDETT, S. B., W. Front.— See Cord, p. 207. 

COLEMAN, CHARLES L., W. Front.— See Card, p. 107. , ^ . 

DEAN k GILBERT, S. Bridge.— See Card, p. 207. 

DIAMOND & DICKSON, W. Front.- See Card, p. 207. 

DOUGALL, A.R., E. Front.— See Card, p. 208. 

Finn, John, (attorney,) W. Front. 

Flint & Robertson, S. Bridge. ^ • ■ 

Hayward W. J., W. Front. 

Henderson, George E., E. Front. 

Henderson, L. H., (attorney,) E. Front. 

JELLBTT & BRO., S. Bridge.— See Card, p. 208. 

LAZIER it LAZIER, S. Bridge.— See Card, p. 208. 

MoLELLAN & McLELLAN, W. ?ront.— See Card, p. 208. 

Ostrom, Wellington, ' "* " 

Ponton, Falkiner & Denmark. E. Front. 

ROBERTSON k STEWART, N. Bridge.— See Card, p. 200. 

Robs, Bell & Holden, N. Bridge. 

Simpson, J H., W. Front. 

THOMAS, JOHN PARKER, (attorney,) W. Front.— See Jdv., p. 20ff. 

Wallbridge Brothers, S. Bridge. 



BLACKSMITHS. 

BAKER, W. J., S. Mill.— See Mv., p. 105. 

Bradfor<>, David, E. Front. 

Clarke, James, E. Front. 

Clarke, Robert M., cor. Dundas and^Front. 

Colling, William, E. Mill. 

Grant, Ronald, W. Front. ' " 

Hill, Thomas, Station road. 

McINNINCH, HENRY, W. Front— See Jdv., p. 173. 

McKay, Alexander, W. Pinnacle. 

Middlemas, Jo?-ph, G. T. Railway. 

POWELL, WILLIAM, E. Front.— See Mv., p. 181. 

Roblin, P. 0., G. T. Station. 

Salmon, Peter, S. Bridge. ,- 

Smeadon, Edward, Meyer's terrace. i- ,« :? ^"il ^ 

Spry, Richard, E. Station road. '* ' - ^ ""*' 

Watters, Alex., E. Ann. 



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Baker, Mrs., E. Front. 
Bruce, Mrs., E. Pinnacle. 
Ballen, Roche, W. Front. 
FirniTall, Mrs., N. Bridge. 
Keith, Mrs., W. Ann. 
Lattimer, Charles, W. Front. 
Munro, Mrs., S. Dundas. 
RiTat, Joseph, W. Front. i 



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Harrisoa, E., W. Front. 



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W. J. II0RTH6RAVE8, 

WATCH J0^^ JEWELLEB, 

mmmi 

CLOCK MAKER, ^g^ ^■• 

FRONT STR?F.f, BELLEVILLE, 

ANNOUNOES to the inhabitants of Belleville and vicinity, that he has 
constantl.' on hand a large stock of Oold and Silver American, 
English and Swiss Lever Watches, and Fine Gold Jewellery, Jet, Bog 
Oak, and Glass Goods, all kinds of American Clocks, Electro-Plated 
Ware, Spectacles, Watch and Clock Materials, and almost everything 
kept in Jewellery Stores, all of which will be sold at the LOWEST 
REMUNERATING PRICES. 

ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. 

j«"Remember the place. . W. J. NORTHdRAYES, 

Next to Vair's Store," Front St. 

MICHAEL NULTVi 

AUCTIONEER, 

Whelesftle ud Retail Dealer In 

Staple Bry Goods^ 

READY-MADE CLOTHING, 

GROCERIES, 

BOOTS AND SHOESp SOLE LEATHER, 

&c., &c., &c., 

Front Street, fieXIeviUe. 




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B00XSBLLSB8 AND STAnOVIBS. 

Harrison, E., W. Front. 
Van Norman, F., S. Bridge. 
O'Dempgey, Michael, W. Front. 
OTerell, J. C, E. Front. 
Rous, F. H., W. Front. 

BOOT AND LHOE DEALERS. 

Alford, William, cor. Read and Ganifton road. 

Bellair, John, W. Front. ;"*- 

Bogart, C. V., E. front. , = 

Brown, William, W. Front. 

Bullen, Roche, E. Front. , , , 

Bullen, William H., B. Front. { > ' I ' 

Connor, William, W. Front. 

GIBSON, GEORGE, E. Front.— See Mv. p. 137. 

Haines, John J., jun., W. Front. 

Langtree, J., G. T. Station. 

MEREDITH it CO., N. E. Front.— A'ee Jdv. p. 163. 

Mills, Parker, W. Front. 

McKeowu & Robertson, E. Front. 

Morrice, Alexander, E. Front. .;^.; ,' 

Rankin, James, E. Mill. 

Urquhart, Donald, N. Bridge. v :»*.v . 

BREWERS. 

Bennett & Bain, W. F'ont. 

Williams, L. J., Moira Brewery, N, Bridge. 



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BUILDERS. 

CRANG, JAMES W. William.— See Jldv. p, 125. 

Davy, William, W. John. 

Fahej, Peter, E. Murneyville. 

Foran, John, N. Bridge. 

Gorman, Michael, E. Murneyville. ft •' 

JELLYMAN, JOEL.— Sec .Mo. p., 155. 

Reeves, William, W. James. 

Rutherford, Thomas, Meyer's terrace. 

SMITH & BRENTON, E. George.— See ^dv., p. 193. 

WALTON, GEORGE, S. Catherine.— See Jdv., p. 206. 

BUTCHERS. 

Bennett, R. N., stall ^o. 1, market. 

Britton, Edward, stall No. 11, market. 

Clarke, James, stall No. 10, market. | | 

Ellis, Frederick, W. market. ' * ' 

Granger, James, stall No. 8, market. 

Grainger, Joseph. 

Haw, Robert, W. Pinnacle. 

Lanigan, James, stall No. 3, market. 

O'Brien, Lawrence, stall No. 9, market. - 

Ruttan, Philip, E. Murneyville. 

Starr, George, S. George. 

Weber, Michael, Ganifton road. . •' ; ,- ; f iltf'^ 









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PITOEATHLY ic KELSO, 

^mpttm and WlMtuU (^tttm, 

WINE AND SPIRIT HER0HAKT3. 



Commercial Buildings, Front-Street, 

BELLEVILLE, ONT. 

TEEEAPIN EESTAURANT, 

CHAS. PAPiNEAU, Proprietor, 

FBONT STREET - - - BELLEVILLE. 

Keeps on band a choice quality of 

WINE8, UQUOBS, ALE8, Ac, FBE8H OY8TEB8, L0B8TM8, SAB- 
0INE8, &C-, always on hand. 



JAMES PEARD, 



DEALER IN 



sm m fm m urn 

Comer of Front and Bridge Streets. 

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OAinriTMAXSXS AHD DBALBBI. 

ABbley, John, E. Mill. 

Begley, Robert, E. Pinnacle. 

Badcock, J. L., W. Pinnacle. 

Frost, Fred., Moira. 

ROENIGK, LOUIS, E. Front.— 5ee jldv.,p, 191. 

Savage, John O., E. Front. 

TICKELL, O. S., E. Front.— Sm Mv.p.20l. 

YARWOOD, H., E. Front.—See Jldv., p. 209. 

CARRIA0EMAKEB8. 

BAKER, W. J., E. Mill.— Se« Jdv. p. 105. 

Brown & St. Cha-'sa, S. Mill. 

Clarke, Francis, W. Front. 

Dulmage, Jacob, W. MurneyTille. 

drabam, John, E. Station. 

Hngbes, James, W. Ganifton road. 

MoINNINCH, HENRY, W. Front.— See Jldv. p. 173. 

POWELL, WM., E. Front.— S«« Jdv.p. 181. 

STEVENSON, HUGH., E. Front.— See Mv. p. 195. 

Stephenson, William, N. Wharf. 

VBRMILYEA, W. H.. W. Pinnacle.— See Jldv., p. 204. 

GABTEB8 AUD TEAMSfEBS. 

Buckley, William, W. Church. , , 

Bunting, Robert, E. John. . , ' ' 

Oomerrord, Thomas, W. GeddeB. 

Conway, Bernard, W. Coleman. 

Detlor, Stephen, E. Mill. 

Donnelly, Robert, W. James. 

Duncan, Andrew, W. Church. 

Finn, Robert, E. Reed. 

Hill, James, W. Coleman. 

Johnston, B., W. Maria. 

Jones, Thomas, W. Franck. 

Lambert, Joseph, C Octavia, I ,« 

Mullen, James, W. M!oira. f 

McCoy, David, B.Jcbn, 

Roblin, G. C, W. Pi:, .cle. 

Slavin, John, E. Pinnacle. 

Sobey, George, W. Mill. '' " ' ' 

Stout, John, N. Dundas. 

Taylor, Levi, W. Pinnacle. 

Taylor, Ormond, W. Church. 

Tattle, Ghas. W., N. Colbome. 

Wallace, Alexander, N. Benjamin. 

CABPENTEBS AHD JOIEEBB. 

Adams, William, W. James. 
Ansneau, Alexander, E. Mill. 
Armstrong, George, E. Ann. 
Baker, James, N. Mill. 
Bonner, Henry, W. Ann. 






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DKALIR IN 



FLOUR. FEED. GROCERIES X PROVISIONS. 

DOMINION BUILDINQ8, BRIDQE STREET, 

~~ Dr. GEORGE J. POTTS, 

PHYSICIAN, 8URCEON, Ac, 

Office : — Second door east from the residence of Erastus Hol- 
den, Esq., comer of Hotel and Pinnacle Streets, opposite the 
Bank of Montreal. 

Entrance to Surgery from Hotel Street, Wett end of building. 

Private entrance, front door, North, Hotel Street. 

Young Gentlemen wishing to study Medicine will be received at 
pupils and prepared for the matriculation examination, now required 
«nder the new Medical Act. 

REESE X ItlCEj 

Whtlesale mil Retail Sealer ii 

aEOOERIES AND PROVISIONS, 

Front St., near the Market Square, 

BEL liE villi:, 

SEALER IN 

Flour, Oatmeal, Cornmeal, Wheat, Peas, Oats, 
Com, Barley, Rye, Buckwheat, Bran, 

Shorts, &c., ;. 

Cash p(ud for all kinds of Grain, and tho highest market 

price pwd. 



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Bonner, ThomM, W. J*b«i. 

Brinton, Wm., B. Henry. 

Oarscallen, John, W. John. 

Oarioallen & Baker, bailden, W. Front. 

Orang, George, W. William. 

ORANO, JAMBS, W. William.— See Jtdv. p. 125. , , 

Daria, James, E. Albert. 

DaTj, William, W. John. 

Doran, Gbarles, E. George. 

Finch, Henry, S. Lewis. „ . t : 

Fones, Christopher, S. Herchmer. ' 

Foran, John, N. Hotel ', 

Geen, James, W. John. 

Gibberson, Wm., Meyers' terrace. 

Goldsmith, Elijah, W. Moira. ,, 

Gould, C. I., S. Dundas. ' ni ' 

Grills, Lewis, W. Octavia. ■ -« 

Hampden, Henry, E. Grore. 

Harrey, John, E. Albert. 

Henryy Isaac G., carpenter, E. Church. ;s , 

Hick, John, W. Franck. 

Hopkins, Thomas, W. Canifton road. 

Hopkins, William, W. James. ' ' » ' » '•' 

Howell, Charles, W. Moira. 

Huffman, Jacob A., E. John. 

JELLYMAN, JOEL, E. Ann.— See Jtdv., p. 155. 

Lane, David, S. Bridge. .' 

Lattimer, John T., E. Pinnacle. 

Ling, James, E. Coleman. 

Loft, George, E. Front '[ ^. 

Mahen, Michael, E. Murneyville. 'i 

Mahoney, Dennis, E. Murneyville. 

Massey, Henry, E. Yeomans. . . . , , m* ^• .. 

May bee, Peter, S. Bridge. 

McAdie, Wm., E. Mill. 

McCaffrey, R., E. Front. ' '' "■ "'i £./1 

McCutcheon, John, cor. Front and Dundas. ■■^■- ■■ - 

McDonald, John R., E. Station road. 

McGurn, John, W. Pinnacle. ^j. f! , ; 

McKay, Francis, W. Reed. 

McLaren, James, E. Mujueyville. 

McRae, Thomas, W. Murneyville. ^ 

Meagher, Michael, S. Charlotte. 

Moffatt, Alex., W. Grier. , 

Northcott, John, Meyer's terrace. ' ' 

Ocamb, Allan, E. Mill. 

Oliver, Caleb, W. Pinnacle. .V / 

Pake, James, N. Wharf. ' , . 

Pake, Samuel, N. Wharf. ifj. ' f -)f f»"' 1 

Post, John, carpenter, S. Foundry. 

Pringle, John N., E. Grove 

Quackenbush, George, N. William. 

Rankin, Mile% E. Front ,r . • T.s 

Reeves, William, W. James. 

Reeves, George, N. Bridge. "?'^'-w, 



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WILLIAM POWELL, 

WAGGON, SLEIGH, & DRAG FACTORY, 

A inpply of which an kept oonitantly on hand, and will be lold aa cheap 
tm at any other BitablUhment 

Hone BhMing and Jobbing. Bopairing dono on tho Ihortoot HoUao. 

SHOP,-NEAR THE UPPER BRIDGE, 
OPPOSITE J. n. mrALKER Sc «;0.*S FOVNDBY, 

FRONT STREET, BELLEVILLE. 

JOHN L. REED, 



AND DEALER IN 

FLOra, mAW. QOAH MKAL» PH^EK!,. 

AND 

COAL Ol L. 

All Ordon for Soda Water, Belflut Ginger Ale and loe promptly attended to. 

OEWTAL SUBQEBY^ 

G. V. N. RELYEA, L.D.S., 

Office established over twenty years. 



MR. RELTEA is now using Aluminum as a base for artificial teeth, in 
the place of rubber. It is as strong, as thin, and as pleasant and 
durable as gold, and cheaper than rubber. 

Mr. R. is also using the NITROUS OXIDE GAS for 

EXTRACTING TEETH WITHOUT PAIN, 

-with great success, having administered it to about 500 patients within 
the last three years. 

The following is the testimony of a few who have taken it : — 

. " Go and do likewise ; fear not." * , , 

" Decidedly the most pleasant feeling I have ever experienced." 
" Never can describe the pleasant sensation." 
•' God bless you." 
" Long may you live to ease the ache." 

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lleddick, Jamei, W. Ooleman. 

riEDDIOK k THOMPSON.— S<e Jdv., p. 200. 

Iledner, ThomRS, N. William. 

Roach, George, 8. Ann. 

rioat, Walter, E. Church. 

Ilutherford, Thomas, Mover's terrace. 

Haffray, Wm. N., K. George. 

Service, Daniel, W. Victoria. 

Hlatcr, Alfred, ship carpenter, E. Albert. 

Smeaton, Edward, Meyer's terrace. 

SMITH & BRENTON.--S« Jdv., p. 193. 

Smith, Luther, W. Mill. 

Smith, Stephen N,, ship carpenter, W, Front. 

Htapley, Henry, E. Grove. 

Stapley, W. H., E. Church. 

Stirton, John, E. Pino. 

Thompson, H., E. Front. 

Thompson, Wm., E. Everett. 

Tibbit, Frank, E. Front. 

Vandusen, Jos. G., S. Bridge. 

Wade, Stephen, W. Grier. ^ _, 

Wallace, Charles, W. Murneyville. 

WALTON, GEORGE, S. Catherine.— 5ee Adj. p. 206. 

Wei.,iey, James, W. William. 

Wesley, E., S. NliU. t « * 

AVest, Thomas, W. Victoria. #^ 't 

White, Samuel, W. Murneyville. 

Yerks, William, S. Lewis. 



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CIVIL EN0INEEB8. 

EVANS, JOHN D., Ontario Hall.— 5ee Card, p. 129. 
Evans, "Thomas, E. Murneyville. / 

Innes, Robert L., cor. Holel and Pinnacle. i 

Ranney, G. W., Ontario Hall. 

CHEMISTS AND DBU00I8TS. 

CHANDLER, E., E. Front.— Sm Adv., p. 116. 
CHARTERS k WEBSTER, W. Front.— See Adv., p. 117. 
HAMBLY, JAMES H., cor. Front and Campbell.— See Adv., p. 139. 
HOLDEN, J. 0. & CO., cor. Front and Hotel.— See Adv., p. 147. 
Sawyer, M., W. Front. 

CHEESE BOX FAOTOBIES. 

LEVER, JOHN P., E. Moira.— See Adv., p. 159. 
Pringle, A. N., E. Moira. 

CLOTHIEBS AND MERCHANT TAILO BS . 

Brown,* J. W., W. Front 

Clarke, William, 93 W. Front. 

Gollagby, Barnabus, W. Front. 

GRAHAM ts GRAINGER, W. Front.— See Adv., p. 139. 

HOGG, JAMES, W. Front.— See Adv., p. 137. 

Jack, Henry, E. Front. 



ADVERTISSMENTt). 



183 



BELLEVILLE STEAM SAW MILLS. 



H. B. RATHBUN & SON, 



KEEP ON HAND FOR SALE AT THEIR MILL ON THE ISLAND, 



BOARDS, 



FLOORINO, 



PICKETS, 



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LATH, 



BiBRIL k CHEESE BOX HEABIIS, 



WHICH ARE SOLD AT MODERATE RATES, 



H. B. KATHBUN & SON. 



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McAfee, John, E. Front. 

MEREDITH ft CO., E. Front.--S<e Mv., p. 163. 

MUIR, JOHN & CO., W. Front.~>««e Mv., p. 169 

NULTY M., 88 E. Front.-— 5«e Mv.p. 175. 

O'Brien, James, tailor, E. Front. 

O'Brien, John, tailor, W. Front. 

VAPOR, J. C, W. Front.— Sec Adv., p. 203. 

Walters, Thomas, E. Front. 

CONTSAOTOXS. 

Brown, Alexander, S. Mill. 

CRANG, JAMES, W. WiJliara.— See Jdv., p. 125. 

Foran, John, 8. Bridge. 

Horrigan, Patrick, W. Pinnacle. 

JELL YM AN, JOEL, See ^dr., p. 156. 

McKay, Alex., Meyer's Terrace. 

Neilson, George, E. John. 

Noswortby, James, N. Bridge. 

SMITH & BRENTON.— See Mv., p. 193. 

Starling, C. J., Grand Trnnk Station. 



¥' 



C00PES8. 

Harrold, Alexander, E. Ererett. 
Harrold, James, S. Bridge. 
Mayyille, Peter, W. Reed 
McConachy, Francis, E. Canifton road. 

:» DENTISTS. 

PELYEA, G. V, N., Jones' buildings, W. Front.— Sec Jdv.p. 181. 
"Walker, Geo. W., E. Front. 
Ward, Michael D., E. Front 

DISTILLERS. 

Corby, Henry, & Son., office, E. Front. 
Read, Hon. Robert, office, E. Front. 

DBT GOODS MEBCHANTS. 

Coburn, Geo., E. Front. 

CONGER, P. D., W. Front.— See Adv., p. 123. 

Curtis, D. E., E. Front. 

Elliott, R., W. Front, 

ELLIOTT, THOS., W. Front.— Sec Adv., p. 131. 

Fox, John, W. Front. 

Garratt, Caleb, W. Front. 

GRAHAM & GRAINGER, W. Front.— See Adv., p. 139. 

Graham, W. H. & J. B., W, Front. 

HOLTON, G. C, & Co., W. Jront.— See Adv., p. 149. 

Jones, Nathan, W. Front. 

JOZIES & HENRY, E. Front.— See Adv., p. 145. .. ., .^ , 

Kennedy, James, 154 E. Front. ""^ ' 

LAFBRTE, M., E. Front.— Sec Adv., p. 157. 

NULTY, M., K. Front.~See Adv.,p. 175. 

PEARD, JAMES, cor. Front and Bridge. -See Adv., p. 177. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



185 





k 




■» 



Dealers in 



BRITISH & FOREIGN 



DRY GOODS, 

Pillinra & Paiitlts. 



ALL GOODS IMPORTED DIRECT FROM 



THE BHITIJSH 



AND ^ 



CONTINENTAL MARKETS. 

GEO. RITCHIE & CO., 
BELLEVILLE. 

N 



186 



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■'J?' 



RITCHIE, GEORGE, W. Front.— S«« Mv., p. 186. 
ROBERTSON & EMPBY, W. Front.— ^ee Jdv., jv. 187. 
SDTHERLAND, W., W. Front.— See. Jidv.p. 197. 
VAIR, GEORGE, W. Front.— S«e Mv., p. 202. 

D1EB8. ) 

Fowler, James W., E. Ooleman. 

Heller, Andrew, W. Mill. ^ 

EXPRESS COMFANT. 

AmbFicau Sxpresfi Oompany, N. Bridge. 

EXCHANGE OFnCES. 

LLOYD ii STEWART, N. Bridge.— See Mv. p. 159. 
THOMPSON, JAMBS W., Express office.— See Adv., p. 199. 

FANCY GOODS. 

Harrison, E., W. Front. ^- 

MoGOMB, JAMES, E. Front.— See jldv., p. 171. 
Orerell, J. C, E. Front. 

FLOUR AND FEED STORES. 

Brenton & Spears, W. Front. 

Corby, Henry, E. Front. 

Elvins, Richard, E. Front, Henderson's buildings. 

Fletcher, A., & Co., Oor. Front and Bridge. 

Flint, J. J. B., S. Bridge. 

Meagher, James, W. Front. 

PHILLIPS, N. W., S. Bridge.— See Mv., p. 179. 

Pretty, Henry, W. Front. 

FRIGE, REESE, E. Front.— See Mv. j?. 179. 

FLOTnUNO HILLS. 

CANNIFF, JAMES, Moira Mills.— Sec Jdv. p. 113. 
Corby, Henry, Alma Mills, E. Front. 
Grant, James, Grove Mills, Grove street. 
Wallace, James, Sidney Mills, S. Moira. 

FORWARDERS. 

Corby, Henry, E. Front. 

Graham, Donald, W. Front. 

Pretty, Henry, opposite Marltet square. 

Simpson, George A., W. Front. 

Simpson, James H., W. Front. 

TANNAHILL, R., opposite Market square. 



»''■ .*<^..v -ff- - 



■r -V ; ,«/■• 



-See Adv. p. 199, 



FURRIERS. 



HAYMES, GEORGE H., 139 W. Front.— See Adv. p. 143. 
ROCHE, GEORGE, W. Front.— See Adv. p. 189. 
MEUDELL, JAS., W. Front.— See Adv. p. 167. 



ADVEBTISBMBNTB. 



187 



ROBERTSON & EMPEY, 



DEALERS IN 



General Bry Goods 



AND 



GROCERIES, 

BELLEVILLE. 



H. ROSENBERG, 




mmum m mmi 

Has always in Stock a large assortment of 

English & Swiss Gold & Silver Watches^ 

CLOCKS AND JEWELLERY, 

Of the very best description. 
Mr mMPT AHENTION PAID TO THE JOBIINO DErARTMENT AiD GHAMES MtlUATE. JK»> 

All kinds of Watcbes, Clocks, and Jewellery cleaned and repaired, and 

all work warranted. 

THE HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR QOLD AND SILVER. 



«MM 



188 



BELLEVILLB DIKECTORT. 



OB0CEB8, WHOLESALE. 

PITOBATHLY & KELSO, E. Front.—See jSdv. p. 177. 



I 



OB0CEB8 AHD FBOVISIOITDEALEBS. 

ADAMSON, MARK, W. Front.— 5e« Mv. p. 102. 

CELOH, SAMUEL, N. Mill.— iSee Adv. p, 105. 

Slakely, James, E. Front. 

Breoton & Spears, W. Front. 

BROWN, JAMES, W. Front.— Se« Mv. v. 109. 

BuUeo, Wesley, E. Front. 

€hee8etH:o, Daniel, E. Front. 

Clarke A Davis, S. Bridge. 

Coburn, George, E. Front. ., 

Coleman, William L., W. Front. 

CONGER BRO., W. Ftoai.^See jldv. p. 123. ,^ 

COOK, JOHN, cor. Front and Hotel— Se« jldr. p. 125. • 

Dickens, Wm., W. Front. 

£lTins, Richard E., Front, Henderson's building. 

Embury, John, W. Front. '' '. 

Fletcher, Arthur, cor. Bridge and Front, 

Hajne, E., W. Front. ,, 

Harry, Joseph, W. Front. ;. ,■ 

Henry, Wm., W. Front. 

Hodge, John, Henderson's buildings, E. Front. 

Kenny, Dennis, E. Front. 

LEGATE Sc PRICE, W. Front.— Sec Jldv. p. 169. 

Maybee, Samuel, W. Front. 

Mayden, Joseph, E. Front. 

McKinuon & Clark, E. Front. 

Meagher, James, W. Front. '-'- 

Mikel, William Y., W. Front. 

Milne, James, W. Canifton road. 

McArthur, Neil, W. Front. 

McCormick, Mrs. A., cor. Front and Moira. 

MeOuire, James, S. Bridge. "K ..ji- #; ; , v i 

PHILLIPS, N. W., S. Bridge. - S*e ^d». p. 179. 

PRICE, REESE, E. Front.— See Jidv.p. 179. 

Reed, John, N. Mill. - i ' * 

jREED, JOHN L., N. Mill.— See jldv.p. 181. . 

Reeves, William, S. Bridge. 

Shearing, A., cor. Front and Bridge. 

Taugher, M. t J., E. Front. ', 

Templeton, William, E. Front. "; ' '- 

Todd, Thomas, N. Mill. 

WALKER, HUGH, W. Front. See Mv. p. 203. 

Wallbridge & Scholes, W. Front. 

Wood, Samuel, N. Dundas. 



oxmsiiiTHi. 



Ford, Frederick, E. Front. 
Heard, Thomas, W. Pinnacle. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



189 



GEO. ROCHE, 





&ND FUBSI 



NEILSON'8 BLOCK, 



Always in Stock a large assortment of 

'g-mm ^BIES Ul^'^ OT-lBJ® 
[iklS^ hUs^^ .^illl JSljIli 

OF THE LATEST STYLES. 

All kinds of Kepairing done on the shortest notice and guaranteed 
in the most satisfactory manner. 

All orders by Mail or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. 

Country Merchants supplied, a liberal discount to the trade; 



it 



>3" Hemember the Stand, , 

NEILSON'S BLOCE> Front Street, 

BELLEVILLE, 



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HAIRDSE88EB8, ftc. 

Bo'd, Turner, E. Front. 

CORDON, EDWARD, W. Front.— See .4dt». p. 117. 

Mann, N., cor. Front and Bridge, 

Thomas, Geo., W. Front. ? 

Wilson, Charles, E. Front. 

HABDWA££ MEBCHAITTS. 

Gillen, Michael, E. Front. ' 

GlagB, James, E. Front. 

Hunt & Co., H. B., W. Front. 

LEWIS, JOHN, W. Front.— -See Jldv. p. 161. 

HARNESS, SADDLE, AND TRUNK MAKERS. 

Beckett, Paul, W. Front. 

Copeland, John, W. Front. 

Gummings, James, W. Front. . ; ,. ^.'. ;v , ; j,. 

Hadden R., W. Front. " - " 

Reeves, J., E. Front, 

Wright, Williem, W. Front. 

HATTERS AND FURRIERS. 

HAYMES, GEORGE H., W. Front.—S«e ^d». p. 143. . . -. 
MEUDELL, JAS. S., W. Front.— See Mv. p. 167. ' t * ^ 

Pearson, Henry, E. Front. 
ROCHE, GEORGE, W. Front.— 5ee.id». p. 189. 

HOTELS AND TAVERNS. 

BATES, MRS. THOMAS, Railway House, Grand Trunk Station.— See 

Jldv. p. 105. 
Bennett, R. B., E. Front. 

BORRIDALE, G., Railroad House, E. Front.— Sec Jldv. p. 109.- 
CHITTENDEN & CO., Dafoe House, cor. Pinnacle and Bridge.— Sec Jdv. 

p. 119. 
Doyle, John, E. Front, opposite Upper Bridge, 
Fanning, Frederick, E. Front. 

HOLBROOK, T., Anglo-American, W. Front.— See Mv. p. 145, 
Kyle, Samuel, Willard House, E. Front, 

Marlow, William, cor. Bridge and Coleman. > 

Mc Arthur, George, E. Front. 

McElrath, Samuel, at the Ferry Wharf. " ": 

Mullen, Charles, W. Front. . . 

O'Brien, Patrick, W, Front. . ' , 

Weese, Johii, V/eese's Hotel, W, Front. 

ICE DEALERS. ' 

Belch, Samuel, N. Mill. . .^ ' 

Bonter, Jacob, E. Front. ■• 

Hamilton, L., S. Mill. ' 

* IRON FOUNDERS. 

BROWN, G. & J., E. Mill,— Sec Jdv. p. 111. 

MARTIff, CHARLES, S, Water.— See Adv. p. 165. 

WALKER, JAMES & CO., Coleman's dam, W. Front.— See jldv. p. 205. 

Wallbrldge, William H., W, Pinnacle. 



ADVBRTISEMENTS. 



101 



FURNITUEE BMPOEIUM! 

Front Street, Belleville. 



BEOS to announce to the trade and the public that, within the last 
year he has introduced in his Factory NEW and IMPROVED 
HAOHINERT, by which he is now prepared to manufacture 

ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE! 

As GOOD and as CHEAP as any establishment in the Dominion. 

His workmen are all first-class, and he has secured as Foreman the ser- 
vices of one of the best men from the Factory of Jacques & Hays, Toronto. 

Using the BEST MATERIAL, with the aid of labor-saving machinery 
and the best of sicilled labor, he can compete with the largest manu- 
factories in Canada. 

HIS MACHINERY FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF 

CAIfE SKAT CK1.IHS 

is now complete, and he is prepared to retail as cheap as can be obtained 
at wholesale in other places. 

HE HAS ALWAYS IN STOCK 

Couches, Lounges, Divans, Ottomans, Crickets, Bureaus, Pier, 
Centre, Side, Card, Toilet, Dining, and Work Tables. 

CM of all Unls, Belsteals, lattressbs, &c., always on lianti. 

The UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT is complete, and all orders 
promptly attended to. 

j|6^ DeiJers, Hotel Keepers, and the public generally, are invited to call 
and examine before purchasing elsewhere. ' 
I 



UNDERTAKING! 

MB. BOEinOK would call ipeoial attention to his fMilitiMfinr 
fornisliing Fanerals. His long ezperiaaoe enables him to 
gnarantea the ntmoat latiifaction in that line. A new and splendid 
Hoarse ftimished FREE OF CHABOE. CofBni always on hand. 
Funerals in the Country as well as in Town promptly attended to. 



LOUIS ROENIGK. 



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LLB 



LBATEZB MSB0HA1IT8. 



Frost, Abraham, E. Front. 
Nogwortby, James, E. Front. 



•■■ 4 



UYBBT 8TABLBV. 

Bullen & Gibson, S. Bridge. 
Fanning Brother, E. Front. * 

FANNING, WALTER, N. Bridge.— Se« Mv.p. 133. 
Iteed, Austin S., S. Bridge. 

LVMBEB MSBCHAKTS. 

Baker, Sanford, S. Dnndas. 

Bleecker, William, S. Moira. 

FLINT & YEOMANS, S. Water.— 5«e Adv. p. 135. 

Page, A. S., k Co., S. Bridge. 

RATHBUN, H. B., k SON.— See Mv. p. 183. 

Wallbridge,. Frapcis, E. George. 

MAfiBLE DEALER. 

Kellog & Bonesteel, E. Front. 
Moore, S. A., W. Front. 

MELODEON MANTJFACTUBEB. 

Flint, Eber 0., cor. Bridge and Pinnacle. 

MHiLINEBS AHD DBE88MAKEB8. 

Ackerill, Mrs. D., W. John. 

Bain, Mrs. James, W. Front. 

BELL AIR, MRS.,W. Front.— 5«e Jdv. p. 107. 

Davis, Miss, Meyer's Terrace. ,. r > .• ,?> -■, • 

Frith, Miss, S. Bridge. 

McMuUen, Misses, E. Front. 

McQuain, Mrs., E. Front. 

Valsb, Miss, W. Front. '.,■;' . J 

HILLWSieHTS, 

Hargraves, John, E. Front. 

McOreary, William, Mill Point. ™«-«. 

McNellis, John W., W. Mill. 
Robertson, George, E. Pinnacle. 
Sills, Samuel, W. King. 
Thompson, William, W. John. 



r 



I t. 






•w*)^. 



i'-^*r^-x.--.'«»^.WT^ **'^t.i;,T--r..»t^n<*^>^»*<-=viifrj 



nunc TBACTSBS. 



Croiier, St. G^rge B. 
Moore, Miss, N. Hotel. 
Blaind, Wm., W. Ann. 



■^.<:i.fr%-i^~^-*^'JS*\ 



■'% tU :'. 



ADYERTISHMBNTS. 



193 



GEO. A. SIMPSON & CO. 



Mttthtnis mi Brokin. 



FORWARDING AND ST0RA6E. 



DEALIRS IN 



ALL KINDS OF PROOUCC, 

^ ALSO IN 

IRON, SALT, iPLASTER AND COAL. 

BKLLEVILLE. 

CHAS. F. SMITH, 

TIN, SHEET, IRON & COPPER WARE 

MANUFACTURER, 

STOVE DEALEB and SILVEB FLATEB, 

Front Street, Belleville. 

SMTTH & BEENTON, 
CARPENTERS, JOINERS & RVILBERS, 

6eorg» Street, BellevHIe, 

All kinds of carpentering work done in a satisfactory manner. Con- 
tracts for buildings taken. 

JAS. SMITH. WM. BRENTON. 



94 



BELLBVILLB DIRECTORY. 






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PAIHTIBa. 

Bosely, W. H., W. Molra. 

Cornell, Henry, W. Ann. ' 

Oornelius, Joshua, W. Pinnacle. 

Knapp, Benjamin, N. Lewii. 

Miller, Charles, John. 

Moser, J., Anglo-American. " 

Peckbam, Robert, W. Moira. 

Stott, William, W. Pinnacle. 

Tate, Obristopber, W. Coleman. 

WENSLEY, WILLIAM, E. Ann,— See Adv. p. 206. 

Wensley, Arthur, East Belleville. 

FHTBIOIAKg AKO BUBOEONS. 

Burdett, D. E., W. Front, 

Dorland, P. v., W. Front. 

Holdeu, R., cor. Bridge and Ann. 

Hope, William, E. Pinnacle. 

JAMES, H., W. Front.— See Card, p. IBl. * 

Lister, James, cor. Pinnacle and Bridge. 

NICHOL, THOMAS, M.D., N. Bridge— See Card p. 167. 

POTTS, GEORGE J., M.D., cor. Pinnacle and Hotel.— 5ee Card,p. 179. 

Ridley, Charles, cor. Pinnacle and Campbell 

Stewart, Robert, cor. George and Hotel. 

PIANOFORTE DEALERS. 

Flint, Eber C, cor. Bridge and Pinnacle. 

Harrison, E., W, Front. ': 

Van Norman, F., S. Bridge. 

PLASTERERS. 

Dolan, Edward, jun., E. Station road. 

Elmsly, James, E. William. .. | 

Gar'liier, Thomas, W. William. 

Harris, William H., W. Union. ^ ,, •%' /i J? 

Smith, Robert, S. Lewis. 

Smith, Thomas, W. William. 

Thomas, George, W. Front. 

Wilkins, Henry, W. Ann. 

PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Alport, F. W., N. Market. 

Ashley, H., Front. 

Campbell, William, grainbuyer, E. Town Line. ' " "* ' 

Corby, Henry, E. Front. 

Corby, James, E. Front. 

DAVY, ROBERT P., W. Front.— 5ee Card p. 127. 

Mcintosh, Captain T. L., E. Front. 

Pretty, Henry, W. Front. 

Read, Hon. Robert, E. Front. 

Ross, W. H., W. Front. 

Simpson, Brother, W. Front. 

Tannahill, Robert, W. Front. '' 

Weese, Levi, E. John. v ;.:■,. 



'1. 









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i, *. r 






ADVBRTISEMBNTn. 



195 



]BlLI.E¥ILILg 
STOVE, COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WAREHOUSE. 

, {At Mb old Stand, FRONT STRBJ'.T.) 

"Wholesale and Retail I^ealer in 




WOOD 
STOVES 



Hot Air Furnaces of every description, Manufacturer of Tin and 

Sheet Iron Wares. 

Fedlan fliraiBhed at wholcBale pricea. The hiKhost prices paid tor Old Copper, 
Brass, Rags, Hides and Pelts. All Kinds of Job Work done at the shortest nouoe. 

HANUFACTnRER OF 

CARRIAGES, WAGGONS, BUGGIES, 

Pbatons, Shigbs, €i&tters, stc, ate, 






.■.'■f') *, .-. ^ 



All his 
stock is made of the best 
seasoned material, and being manu- 
factured under his own supervision, and by first 
class workmen, he can guarantee satisfaction to his Customers. 
Blacksmithing Department is attached where 
everything in that line of business 
will be promptly at- 
tended to. 

Kepairiig %i all kinds done at short BoticCj and ti 
Reasonable TerHs. 



mX^ 



T" '.'i' 



196 



BELLEVILLE DIRECTORY. 



PVBLI8HEB8. 

BOWBLL, M., M.P.P., (Daily and Weekly Intelligencer and Halting^ 

Directory), W. Front.— S«« Jdv. 
Uilei k Maion, (Chronicte), Victoria Building, cor. Front and Hotel. 

lALOOVS. 

Bennett, R. B., E. Front. 

Bonter, J. 0., W. Front. 

Oronn, Robert W., W. Front. 

DAVIS, JAMES L., billiard saloon. Dafoe Uonat.—See Mv. p. 1G7. 

DOOTER, WILLIAM, Prince of Walea laloon, Grand Trunk Station.— 

<S^e Mv.p. 129. 
HAMBLY, P. H^ W. Front.— 6«e Jdv. p. 141. 
Nevan, Martin, B. Front. 

PAPINEAU, CHARLES, W. Front.— Se« Adv. p. 177. 
Perkins, E., bead quarters saloon, W. Front. 
TRUAISCH k ZOLLBR, E. Front.— 5ee Jdv. p. 199. * 

IIABH, DOOB, AND BLIND MANVFACTinilBI. 

DIAMOND, A., S. Moira.— 5e0 Jdv. p. 127. 

Pringle, A. N., S. Moira. 

RBDDIOK & THOMPSON, E. Moira.— See Jdv. p. 200. 

WALTON, GEORGE, Coleman's Dam.— See Jdv. p. 206. 

Stapely, Robert W., B. Moira. 

BAW MILLS. 

Bleecker, William, S. Moira. 

RATHBUN k SON, H. B., mouth of Moira.— See Jdv. p. 183. 
FLINT k YEOMANS, S. Water.— See Jdv. p. 135. 
Page, A. S. k Co., Ameliasbnrg, opposite Belleville. 

8LATEB. 

BOSWELL, WILLIAM, B. Church.— See Jdv. p. 107. 

SEWmO MACHINE FACTOBY. 

IRWIN, CHAS., N. Mill.— See Jdv. p. 153. 

SOAP AND CANDLE FACTOBY. 

Phippen, Fred , E. Front. 

SODA WATER AND OINOEB BEEB MANVFACTURER3. 

BELCH, SAMUEL, N. Mill.— See Jdv. p. 106. 
Bonter, Abraham, Great St. James. 
Hamilton k Reed, E. Mill. 

STONE MASONS AND BBICKLAYEB& 

Burns, Patrick, W. Colborne, 
Callaghan, John, E. Church. 
Charles worth, Joshua, W. Mill. 
Clickland, Alexander, E. Front. 



I 



niipa IV' \ If I » 



AOVBRTISBMENTS. 



197 



W. SUTHERLAND, 



IMPORTER OF 



Staple aim€ ®fi&@7 



DRY GOODS 



AKD 



GEOCEEIES, 



FRONT STBEET, 



BSLLSVILLS 



198 



BBLLBVILLE DIRSCTORT. 



i 



Cooper, Alexander, E. Murneyville. 

Dickion, Darid, W. Grier. 

Dojle, John, S. Bridge. 

Fabey, Peter, bead of Murney street. 

Qrenneftd, William, E. Murney vilU. 

Horrigin, Patrick, W. Pinnacle. " 

Huyck, Josepb p., E. Church. 

Johnston, James, E. Octavia. 

Mannders, Thomas, E. George. , 

Nicholson, Jacob, W. Murneyville. 

Todd, Joseph, S. Dundas. 

Todd, Thomis, E. Coleman. 

Wickett, James, E. Yeomans. 

Woodley, James, W. Octavia. ' ' 

Woodiey, Josepb, cor. Catherine and Murueyrillc. 

SUBVETOBS. 

Benson, Samuel M., S. Hct. i. 

EVANS, JOHN D., S. Bridge.— Sc« Card. p. 129. 

Haslett, John J., S. Dundas. 

Innes, Robert L., W. Front. 

Ranney, G. W., S. Bridge. 

Williams, David, Ju. Murneyville. 

4 UNSMITHS AND STOVE DEALEBS- 

ADAMS, GEORGE, B. Front.— 5ee Jdv. p. 102. 
OHOWN, GEURGE, E. Front.— See Mv, p. 121. 
LINKLATEIi, THO¥AS, E. Front.— 5ee Mv. p. 163. 
SMITH, CHAS. F., E. Front.— See Jdv. p. 193. 
SMITH, SAMUEL, B., W. Front.—- See Jldv. p. 195. 

TOBACCOmSTS. 

Brfebmer, Charles, E. Front. 

CONDON, E., cor. Bridge and Front.— See Mv. />. 117, 

Lockerty, Thomas, W. Front. 

UNDEBTAKEBS. 

RO^iNIGK, LOUIS, E. Front.— See Mv.p. 191. 
TI« /KELL, G. S., E. Front.— See Mv. p. 201. 

UFHOLSinEBB. 

ROENIGK, LOUIS, E. Front.- See Jldv. p. 191. 
TICKELL, G. S., E. Froat.- See Mv. p. 201. 

...^. VETEBINABY SUBQEON. 
Ackerill, Daniel, W. John. 

WATCHHAKEBS AITB JEWELLEBS. 

Cbapin, Chester, E. Front. 

McFEE, ANGUS JOHN, W. Front.— See .^</».;». 171. 

McFee, Allan, W. Front. 



•I 



m" ■' ("^"F" 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



199 



FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
CHARTERED 1810. 

CASH CAPITAL - - - - $1,000,000. 

Aucts Jm. 1st 1868 $2,«26,227.79.-Liabilities, $167,356.21. 

Agencies in all pronUnent localities. 
aOBBRT TANNAHILL, Agent, BelleTtllc, Ontario. 



J 



e 




e 



EXCHANGE BROKER. 



;' •-:,- ^|^>.,v.,v 



( Canadian Express Company. ) 
BELLEVILLE, ONT. 

American Currency, Gold and Silver bought 
and sold at closest quotations. Gold and Currency 
drafts on New York, bought and sold.* 



HETROPOLITAN UGER BEER SALOON, 

FRONT STREET, BELLEVILLE, 
TETTAISGH & ZOLLEE, - - Proprietors, 

The Bar is supplied with choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars 
and the best Lager beer. 



200 



BELLEVILLE DIREOIORT. 



I 



NORTHGRAVES, WILLIAM, J., W. Front.— 5«e ^dv.p. 1T6. 
ROSENBERG, HENRY, W. Front.— Sde Jldv., p. 187. 
Taylor, J., W. Front. 

WEAVEBB. 



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•f-4if.',a4/j«ji' 



Hi. 



-'■■.*■' 



?^tead, Jonathan, W, Murneyville. 

WOOLLEN FACT0BIE8. 

Ostrom, SyWester, E. Moira. '*' 

Lazier, John, Reed. 

U. 8. COHSVLAB AGEHCT. 

Carman, James W., S. Bridge. 

CBOWH LAND AGENT. 

Campbell, Alfred A., W. Front. 

CUSTOM HOUSE BBOKES. 

Nantes, William H., W. Bridge. 

COLLECTOB INTEBNAL BEVENUE. 

Benjamin, E. R., E. Front. 

TOWN TBEASUBEB. 

Blacklock, James, h. S. Bridge. ^' 

MOIEA SASH, DOOR &6LIND FACTORY. 

REDDICK & THOMPSON, 

HAVING purchased the Sash and Blind Manufactory of Mr, Thos. Will«, 
and rebuilt the premises, and added new and improved machinery, 
are prepared to manufacture all kinds of Sash, Doors, and Blinds, in a 
style not surpassed by any other Factory in the Province. A large stock 
of these articles always kept on hand, and for sale at very low prices. 
Dressed Flooring always on hand, and Planing of all kinds done to order. 
Factory next to Upper Bridge, Coleman's Dam, West Belleville. 

JAMBS N. RBBDICK. H. A. THOMPSON. 

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ROBERTSON & STEWART, 

Barristers and Attorneys at Law, Solicitors in Chancery, Notaries 
Public, Conveyancers, &.C., 

OFFICE :-GROUND FLOOR, NEXT EXPRESS OFFICE, BRIDGE STREET, 

BELLEVILLE. 

ALEX. ROBERTSON. D. KINNEAR STEWART. 

N. B. — Money to invest at low rates of interest. R. & S. 



A'JVEBTISEUEKTS. 



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GEO. S. TICKELL, 




®ip|fllderer, Knhrtaker, 



CbCay dwCa 



Respectfully invites attention to his increasing facilities for 
FURNISHING HOUSES. In addition to Furniture manufac- 
tured in Belleville, he is in constant communication with THREE 
OF THE LARGEST MANUFACTORIES in the Province. 
Advantages obvious. 

NEWEST SmES, BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES. 

A single trial will suffice to convince the most prejudiced. 
Great reduction in price of Cane Chairs. 

Bemember the Shop, in Mr. JOHN BEDFORD'S old stand, 




UNDERTAKING! 



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S. TIOK:EILii:^, 

UNDERTAKER, &C., 



FRONT STREET, BELLEVILLE. 

BEGS to apprise those whose duty it may be to arrange for the interment of their 
deceased friends, that having purchased a NEW HEARSE, he is now prepared 
to conduct ail classes of Funerals on the most reasronable terms. 

O. S. T. wUl also fUrnish, (if required), or hire scarfb, hats hands, &o.,/or bearers 
Kad paU-bearert, thereby greatly lessening the Funeral expenses. 





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GEORGE VAIE, 

IMPORTER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



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BELLEVILLE. 



TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANY 

OF HARTFORD, CONN. 



CASH ASSETS, January 1, 1869, 



$1,150,000. 



Grants all kinds of LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Separately 
or combined at LOWEST RATES OF PREMIUM. 

ACCIDENT DEPARTMENT INSURES AGAINST ALL ACCIDENTS. 

Policies written by the' Company's Agent without delay, Insuring any 
sum from $500 to $10,000 in case of fatal accident on $3 to $50 per week 
COMPENSATION for totally disabling bodily injury. No Examination 
required. 

LIFE AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES 

Granted on the Low Rate Plan, combining ample security and cheapness 
of cost under a Definite Contract. 

NONFORFEITABLiB POLICIES ON ALL THC! TABLES. 

Cash Deposit in Canada, ^140,000. 

JAMES O. BATTEB.30K, President. B0DNE7 DENNIS, Secretary. 

HON. ELIZTTR WRIGHT, ConsnltliiK Actuary. 

D. E. BURDBTT, M.D., FiTawlnlng Physician, Lift Department. 

February, 1869. J. PARKER THOMAS, Agent, Belleville. 



ADVERTISBMENTS. 



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J. O. VAPOR, 
TAILOR FROM PARIS, 

FHOISTT STREET. 

A large stock of Ready-Made Clothing of all descriptions al- 
-ways on hand and for sale cheap for cash. 

DEALER IN 

GROCERIES AND STATIONERY, 

Those who want Fresh and good Groceries cheap will save money 
by calling at Hugh Walker's. 

WALLACE & BROTHER, 



HARRISON'S BUILDINe, FRONT ST., 

: ^' ' , ®]iLi.s¥iLLE, "; ■- ':'•.; ;. , 

Their Rooms have been specially fitted up for the Photo- 
graphie business, with the finest light that can be obtained 
and the latest improved and best instruments made ; and hav- 
ing had extensive experience in the business, they guarantee 
to furnish as good pictures of the " human face divine" and at 
as cheap a rate as any other establishment in the country. 

CALL AND EXAMINE SPECLMENS, 

HARRISON'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET, BELLEVILLE. 






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CUMMGE Al »H FfflM, 




Pinnacle Street, near the Market, 

.. eELLEVILLE. 

W. H. YERMILYEA, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 

CARRU6IES, CUTTERS. 

Having recently leased the extensive premises formerly 
known as Jones' Carriage Shop, Pinnacle street, Belleville, 
a few doors south of the Dafoe House, and added thereto, 
he is now prepared to manufacture for sale or to order, in 
the highest style of the art, all descriptions of 

Carriages, Cutters, Sleighs, 

Lumber Waggons, &c., &c. 

Having one of the largest and most extensive manufac- 
tories between Montreal and Toronto, he feels confident that 
all orders entrusted to his care, will be executed in a style to 
give the fullest satisfaction. 

tl&^ All work waiTanted, Lumber Work, Jobbing, &c., 
carried on at the old stand, Ross' Comers. 



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AGRIURAL WORKS & IRON FOIDRY, 

J. M. WALKER & CO., 

Manufactures and keep on hand a large assortment of Agricultural 
Implements, among which are 

THRESHING Mi CHINES AND SEPARATORS, 

Beapers and Mowers, Cultivators, Flonghs of varioiu patterne and made of 

tbe best Steel, Harrows, Horse Hoes, Straw Cutters, Stump Machines, 

Wood Saws, Cross Cut and Circular, Fanning Mills, Boilers, Grain 

Crushers, Seed Drills, Water Wheels, of various Patterns, fto. 

They would specially call attention to their CELEBRATED STEEL 
PLOUGHS and GRAIN MILLS which are not surpassed by any in the 
Province. They would call special attention tc their celebrated 

ROCK and QUARTZ CRUSHER, 

which fur cheapness, durability and effectiveness is not surpassed. It is 
capable of crushing 40 tons per day with a ten horse power. 
Particular attention paid to 

MILL WORK, IRON WORK AND MACHINERY, 

of every description. Having the most improved Machinery, and possessing every 
facility, Mill owners and others desiring any work can have it dohe at the Belle- 
ville Agricultural Works, as good and as cheap as at any establishment in Canada. 

IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS 

Made to order and kept on hand. 

PLOTJGm POINTS 

Mannfactur d from the best material, and furnished to suit any kinds 

of Ploughs. 

PATTERNS.— Our Patterns are all new and of the latest 
and most improved styles. 

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Cooking and Box Stores of the most improved patterns. 

REPAIRIlie Alio JOBBINe 

Promptly done, and every effort will be made to give satisfaction. 
JAMES M. WALKER, THOMAS VAN A LION, 



JAMES MACOUN, 



EDWARD SMEATON. 



GEORGE KEITH, 



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ABTERTISEMENTS. 



J. PARKER THOMAS, 

Barrister & Attorney 

' SOLIoiTOR, &c., 
, , FRO NTT STREET, BELLEVILLE. 



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ANN STREET, BELLEVILLE, 

(flUJf, §ip ^< f Mflratib Haintiiij, 

SASH AND LEAD-LIQHT OLAZINQ, AC, DONE TO ORDER. 

{Cj^ AH orders from Town or Country punctually attended to, and all 
work warranted to give satisfaction. Charges moderate. , 

GEOEGE WALTON, 

j BELLEVILLE, i 

WORKSHOP NEXT TO WALKER'S FOUNDRY, 

Having introduced new and improved machinery he is 
prepared to manufacture 

MSI' l^dDlg MB WMm, 

As good and as cheap as any other factory in Canada. 

Circular Saws are also in operation for the cutting of Brackets for Cor- 
nices. Flooring Dressed and Matched, and all other kinds of work in his 
line made to order upon the shortest notice. The workshop is situated 
in the rear of Dr. Coleman's Drug Store, and adjoining A. E. Proctor's 
Axe Factory. ,j34J ^'^i- .-■ i.tk - i ."^'y ' r. ^ 5 .<fi' v."' "' 



ADYBRTISEMBNTS. 



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DIAMOND & DICKSON, 

SOLICITORS IN OHANOBBT, 4ce., *c. 

Offioe : JTeilson's §all, Front Street, 

» 

A. DOAIR!B®NID. QI®. D. DliSK8®N. 

DE^IS^ & GILBERT, 
Office: Dafoe'8 new Building, 

Corner of Bridge and Front Streets, 

BELLEVILLE. 

IF. W. DEANj BARTON S. GILBERT. 

Matter in CKanceru, Co. Hattingt, 



SAMUEL J. BXJJLL, 

SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, 

oppiOE IN Bedford's new building, FRONT STREET, 

0:PP0S1TE HARRISON'S BOOK STORE, 

BELLEVILLE, C. W, 

S. B. BCBBETf , 

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SOUCITOil, 

&c., &c., 

©FIFQ^ds — (g@IL[i[R5!l^II^'i [i(y)[!L[B)llli^©, 
FRONT STREET. BELLEYILLL 



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XiA-ZIER & LAZIER, 

Barristers, Attomeys-at-Law, 

SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY, &C., &C. 

Off1ce:inthe DOMINION BUILDINGS, 

Opposite the Post Office, ^ 

A. R. DOUGALL, 

SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, 

GooTejancer, Land Agent, Notary Public, Commissioner for taking Affi- 
davits in the Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, and a Master Extraor- 
dinary in Her Majesty's High Court of Chancery in Canada. 

OFFICE OVER APOTHECARIES HALL, 

FRONT STREET, BELLEVILLE. 

JEILETT & BROTHER, 

I Corner Bridge and Front Streets, 

R. P. JELLETT. MORGAN JELLETT 

MACLELLAN & MACLELLAN, 
Law, Cbaacorj, C«aT«jaaelag, 

&>c., Scct Scc.f 

FRONT STREET, BELLEVILLE, 

BRANCH OFFICE, IflADOC, ONTARIO. 

A. L. MACLELLAN. . . , DUNCAN MACLELLAN. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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THE Subscriber in returning^ bis sincere thanks to the public for the 
liberal patronage be baa received since bis establishment in the> 
Town, would respectfully call their attention to his 



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BRIDGEWATER. 



This village is situated in the Township of Elzevir, about four 
-miles from the village of Tweed, and twenty-eight miles distant 
from Belleville. It is pleasantly situated on the Soootamata River, 
a deep, narrow stream, one of the tributaries of the Moira, and 
which at this place, furnishes one of the most valuable water power 
privileges in the County. Thirteen years ago, Bridgewater was 
comparatively a wilderness; now it numbers about 500 inhabitants. 
It is chiefly the property of the Hon. Billa Flint, under whose 
encouraging hand it has sprung into existence and prospered. This 
gentleman has erected here the largest flouring mill in the County, 
and surpassed by few in Canada. It has flve run of stone ; and 
connected with it are oat and barley mills, all having the latest and 
most improved description of machinery. He has also a large saw 
mill, and on the same privileges several factories have been erected 
within the last two or three years, among which are the following : 
a large foundry carried on by Mr. W. Garrett, where all kinds of 
stoves, plough and other castings are made ; an extensive chair and 
cabinet factory carried on by Mr. Frost, which has facilities for the 
manufacture of everything in that line of business. There is an 
axe and edge tool manufactory, carried on by Mr. J. W. Robin- 
son, which has all the latest and improved machintry for the manu- 
facture of scythes, axes and other edge tools. Several prizes 
have been taken at the Provincial Exhibition for work from this 
establishment. In the same building, Mr. V. J. TVarren, formerly 
of Belleville, is extensively engaged in the manufacture of ham- 
mers, the demand for which is continually increasing. His factory 
is supplied with the best of machinery, and it turns out 40 dozen 
hammers per day. A tannery is carried on by Mr. John Bragg, 
which manufactures all kinds of upper and harness leather. This 
tannery has been rebuilt recently, and is capable of tanning 1 500 
hides a year. A woolen factory carried on by Mr. George Wolfe, 
^oes a very succsssiul business. In connection with this factory 



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Respectfully informs bis friends and the public that Ibis Tannery bos 
been recently rebuilt and new and improred nmcbinery added. He is 
prepared to manufactare all kinds of Leather, in a style not surpassed 
by any in the County. Having the best of workmen, aud all work being 
done under his own supervision he can guarantee satisifaction. 

SHI DOE WAT IE FOPMOEY, 

, . MANUFACTUREB OF 

f I0tt0ltj9i, C^oUng, §ox and f avior StoWt 

AGRICULTURAL CASTINGS, &c., dec, 

BRIDOEWATER, O. W. 

SCYTHE & EDGE TOOL FACTORY, 

J. W- ROBINSON, 

Begs to inform the trade of Canada, that be is prepared to Manufacture 

Drawing Knlres, Stare Knires, and Straw Cotter Knires, 

MOWING MACHINE KNIVES, AXES, 

Whiob be is prepared to famish at fair prices. His machinery is complete, and he 
nas facilities for Manufticturiug not surpassed in Canada. 

BSIOIiEWATER HARNESS and SADDLERY SHOP 



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Informs the inbabitants tf Elzevir and the surrounding Townships 
that be his prepared to manufacture all kinds of Harness, double and 
single, and Saddles in a style wbicb cannot be surpassed. He uses none 
but tbe best of Leather and can warrant bis work to be of the best des- 
cription. All kinds of repairing done on short notice. 



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is a knitting machine for knitting drawers and shirts. It is alsa 
supplied with an improved weaving machine, and, in fact, has all 
the latest improved machinery for a first-class carding and woolen 
factory. There is a saddlery and harness establishment owned by 
Mr. William Spencer, which does a good business ; a large tin 
manufactory of Mr. J. W. Turner, and other branches of indus- 
try, which aid in the material prosperity of the village! 

During the last four years a number of new buildings have been 
erected, amongst which is a magnificent church, built entirely of 
marble, and as neat a church as can be found in the County. Sev- 
eral new dwellings have gone up within the last year or two, which 
ornament and add to the beauty and prosperity of the village. 
Among the public buildings is a large school house, built of marble, 
and well supplied with map?, globes, &c. One is surprised to see 
in such a new country, and so far in the interior, so many substan- 
tial and costly buildings, some of which would be considered an 
ornament to large cities. The public buildings, in thiir style and 
architecture, evince remarkably good taste, and the neat cottages, 
with their well-cultivated gardens, pleasant lawns and gravelled 
walks, strike the stranger as evidences of thrift and prosperity. 
Within the limits of the village, very extensive quarries of white 
marble exist, and in the immediate vicinity, marble, iron ore, lead 
and other minerals abound. 

The gold excitement had a visible efibct on the business and 
prosperity of the village. Gold was found in several localities 
within the limits of the village and in the immediate vicinity, and 
from the peculiar quality of the quartz and repeated tests by wash- 
ing and assaying, it was confidently anticipated that large results 
woiild follow. To accommodate the large additions made to the 
population, and in anticipation that hundreds of gold seekers would 
flock to this section of the County, the Hon. Billa Flint had the 
Temperance Hotel kept by Mr. William Wamp, enlarged and 
increased in height, and had it thoroughly refurnished and fitted 
up with every conveniences of a first-class house. In size and 
appointments it is the largest hotel in the county, and though too 
large for the accommodation of the present population and travellers, 
it is believed that not many years will elapse before it will be too 
small for the wants of the community. The Hon. Billa Flint had 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 






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A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 



DRY GOODS 



CROCKEEY, GLASSWAEE, 

IRON, STEEL, NAILS, 

SHELF AND HEAVT HABDWARE, 
OlASS, PAINTS, OILS, SALT, ORINDSTONES, 

COOLERS, PLOWS, STOVES, 
SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, dc, dc, 
Cash paid for Potash, Wheat, Eye, Oats, Peas, Pork, &c. 

BILU FLINT. 




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a quartz mill erected at Bridgewater, which was worked for some 
time, but the results proved that the separating process was defi< 
cient, and until some efficient process has been obtained ibr separa- 
ting the gold from the quartz, operations at the mill have ceased. 

The Township Hail, a fine building, is located at Bridgewater. 

The Wesleyan Methodists, Episcopal Methodists and Bible 
Christians, each have service in the village, the Wesleyan Metho- 
dists on the Sabbath both at 11 o'clock A.M., and 6 P.M. They 
have a Sabbath school at 3 o'clock, with an average attendance 
of 40. 

Bridgewater is supplied with an excellent village Library, com- 
prising over 100 volumes. 

Division Court. — Office, Bridgewater, James Mairs, clerk. 

Bowen, John A., laborer, with B. Flint. 

Bra{;g, George, tanner, &c. 

BRAGG, JOHN, Bridgewater tannery.— &Ve Adv. p. 211. 

Breeze, John D., foreman with B. Flint. 

Bruyea, Edward, laborer, with B. Flint. 

Gallighan, Michael, moulder. », ; ,, 

Gbanque, Louis, cooper. > " 

Ghanque, Michael, cooper. 

Glapp, Albert, laborer, with B. Flint. 

Glapp, David, laborer, with B. Flint. 

Glapp, George, laborer, with B. Flint. ' ' 

Glapp, John, laborer, with B. Flint. 

Glapp, Walter L., laborer, with B. Flint. 

Gomer, Mrs., boarding house. 

Gornell, Benona, scythemaker, with F. W. Robinson. 

Grawford, Isaac, finisher, with F. W. Robinson. 

Grawford, Samuel, bookkeeper, with F. W. Robinson, 

Gredicott, John, laborer, with B. Flint. 

Gullen, Rev. Thomas, pastor of Wesleyan Ghurch. 

Borland, W. H., barnessmaker. 

Downing, John, clerk, with B. Flint. • 

Elliott, John, hammerraaker, with V. F. Warren. 

Elliott, Thomas, laborer. 

Empey, Francis, Garslin & Empey shingle manufactory. 

Finch, Henry, millwright, with B. Flint. 

FLINT, HON. B , member of Senate, lumber merchant, 4c. — See 4dvt. 

pp. 213 and 115. 
Flint, G. R., township clerk, &c. 
Frost, Joseph, waggon and carriagemaker. 
Frost, Oliver C., cabinetmaker. 
GARRETT, WM., foundry, kc—See Mv. p. 211. 
Garrison, John, sawyer, with B. Flint. 

Gennis, Edward, laborer, with B. Flint. 1 

Gonyea, Charles, farmer, with B. Flint. 
Gorslio, Norman, Qorslia & Empey shingle manufacturers. 



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The Mill has the most approved machinery, and is second 
to none in Hastings. Gristing done to order. Flour and 
Meal for sale. 



Bridgewater, 1869. 



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BRIDBEWiTEB OIT HILL. 



The OATMEAL made at this Mill is of the very hest 
kind manufactured, and warranted to give general satis- 
faction. For sale, or in Exchange for Oats. 



Bridgewater, 1869. 



BILLA FLINT. 



BRillGEWniR BltLM IIIL. 



Barley manufactured into Pot and Pearl Barley, end 
Barley Meal. For sale, or in exchange for Barley. 



Bridgewater, 1869. 



BILLA FIJNT. 



BRIDGEWATER SAW MILL 



Boards, Plank, Flooring, Siding, Scantling, Pickets, Lath, 
&c., &c., kept on hand for sale. 






Bridgewater, 1869. 



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Oratriz, John, laborer. 

Gratrix, Samuel, laborer. 

Gu ett, Joseph, laborer. 

Gaett, Joseph, jua., finisher, with J. W. Robnson. 

Guett, Peter, blacksmith. 

Hardy, Alford, miner, with B. Flint, 

Harrison, James, manager with Hon. B. Flint. 

Harrison, James E., assayist. ' r 

Harrison, William, artist. 

Heath, Charles J., clerk, with B. Flint. 

Higinbotham, Andrew, M.D. 

Higinbotham, William, student, with Dr. H. 

Hillier, M., finisher, with J. W. Robinson. 

Humphrey, James, hammermaker, with V. F. Warren. 

Humphrey, William, wagg'>nmaker, with J. Frost. 

Jackson, James, laborer, with B. Flint. 

James, Edwin, clerk, with V. P. Warren. 

Keboe, Euward, grinder, with J. W. Robinson. 

Kerr, George, carpenter, with B. Flint. 

Kerr, William, carpenter, with B. Flint. 

Kerr, William, jun., carpenter, with B. Flint. 

King, Benjamin, laborer, with B. Flint. 

Kleinstuber, J., shoemaker. . 

Kleinstuber, E., shoemaker. 

Langman, Elistia, mason. 

Lapalm, Alexander, hammermaker, with V, F. Warren. 

Lawrence, Francis, mason. 

Lewis, Samuel, sawyer, with B. Flint. 

Lewis, Thomas, laborer, with B. Flint. 

Lewis, William, laborer, with B. Flint. 

Lindsay, George, laborer, with B. Flint. 

Londry, Peter, finisher, withF. W. Robinson. 

Mairs, James, clerk of court. 

Mairs, James, jun., farmer. 

Manahan, James, finisher, with V. F. Warren. 

Mathews, John, watchman. 

McAfee, J., tailor. 

McAfee, Nelson, tailor. 

McCallum, D. F., scythemaker, with J. W. Robinson. 

McNaughton, John, laborer, with B. Flint. 

Merrill, George, head bookkeeper, with B. Flint. 

Minnie, James, cooper. 

Nealon, Dennis, agent for Rathbun & Son. 

Nelson, Mrs. R. 

Noaks, Richard, hammermaker, with V. F. Warren. 

Fackhair, William, gardener. 

Patras, Louis, blacksmith. 

Patras, M., blacksmith. 

Phillips, Joseph, laborer. 

Rattan, EliaS, blacksmith. 

Ratbman, Glance, finisher, with V. F. Warren. 

Ratbman, Glance, laborer, with B. Flint. 

Ratbman, John, cabinetmaker, with 0. 0. Frost. 

Record, John, cabinetmaker, with 0. C. Frost. 

Record, Rice, miller. '' 



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BRIDGGWATER TIN & STOVE WAREHOUSE, 

J. W. TURNER, 
Wlickisatt m& ^(teil §t3,Ut in SHiim, 

And manufacturer of Tin, Copper, Brass, Sheet Iron and Zinc Wares. 

A large stock of Tin Ware, Stoves, &c,, always on hand, Silver 

Plater and Bell Hanger, Tin Roofing, Eave Trougbing, 

and Conductor Piping. The highest price paid for 

Hags, Copper, Brass and Hides. Peddlers supplied at wholesale rates. 

BRIDGEWATER HAMMER FACTORY^ 

MANUFACTURER OF 






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Wu, B. W£MP, Proprietor. 

This House is the largest in the County of Hastings, and is supplied 
with all the conveniences of a first class Hotel. Hot and cold Baths 
supplied at a moment's notice. Conducted on Temperance principles. 
Good yard and Stabling and careful Hostlers always in attendance. 





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Begs to announce that he has fitted up and added new Mac Li aery to 
the Woolen Factory and is prepared to do all kinds of carding, fulling 
and dressing in a ',tyle unsurpassed. He has also added a Knitting 
Loom, and a Weaving Machine, and weaves Carpets, Flannels, kc, 
knits braws and Shirts, &c. Dyeing in all its branches. Give him a 
call. 

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Record, Robert, laborer. ' , 

Reavir, Archibald, tailor. ' 

Hedick, Allen, blacksmith. 

ROBINSON, J. W., scythe and edge tool manufacturer. — Seejldv.p. 211. 

Roe, Michael, grinder, -nith V. F. Warren. 

Rosivere, Joseph, waggonmaker, with J. Frost. 

Sagar, Alexander, miller, with B. Flint. 

Smith, William, hammermaker, with V. P. Warren. 

Somers, Wellington, laborer, with B. Flint. 

Somers, Wesley, laborer, with B. Flint. 

SPENCER, WILLIAM, saddler and harnessmaker. — See Adv. p. 211. 

Speck, John, laborer. 

Speck, William, laborer. 

Spence, David, laborer. 

Squires, Reuben, laborer. 

Stapley, Josiab iniller, with B. Flint. ♦ 

t'winton, John, sawyer, with 3. Flint. 

Swinton, William, clerk, with J. W. Turner, 

Tucker, Francis, mason. 

TURNER, J. W., tin and coppersmith. — See Adv. p. 21*1. 

Tuttle, James, clerk, with B. Flint. 

Tuttle, Leslie, teacher, BridgeWater school. 

Warren, Henry, bookkeeper, with V. P. Warren. 

WARREN, y. J.., hammer manufacturer. — See Adv. p. 



Walton, R. L. P., miner, with B. Flint. 

WEMP, W. B., Bridgewater house. — See Adv. p. 217. 

WOLFE, GEO., woolen factor, clothier, &c. — See Adv. 



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THTJiiLOW MILLS, 

JONAS OANNIFF, Jr., Proprietor. 



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FLOURING AND GRISTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 

COAESE GKAINS ORACKED AND GROUND. 

STimEir HOTEL, 

SIGN OF THE CROSS KEYS, 
CANIFTOJSr. 

J. L. STIMEBS, - - - Proprietor. 

THIS House is kept on first-clasa principles and has excellent accom- 
modation for MAN and BE A 37. The Bar is supplied with Choice 
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Good Yard and Stabling, and a careful hostler. 



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CANIFTON. 



Canifton is situated on the River Moira about three miles from 
Belleville. It has some of the finest water power privileges to be 
found in the County, on many of which are some large factories 
and mills. The village was first settled by the late Jonas Canniff, 
Esq>, from whom it took its name. Within the past few years a 
marked improvement has taken place in the appearance of the 
village, a number of new buildings have been erected, mills and 
factories have been enlarged, School houses have been built, and 
other evidences of thrift and prosterity are manifest. 

Among the mills and factories is the woollen factory belonging to 
Mr. Alexander Sutherland. It has three carding machines, one full- 
ing machine, four looms, a spinning jenny, and all the machinery 
essential in the manufacture of tweeds, satinetts, &c. Its capacity 
is 100 yards per day of 12 hours. 

There are two tanneries, owned respectively by Mr. D. Mullet, 
and Mr. Osborne. 

An extensive saw mill, which is owned by Mr. A. Sutherland, 
cuts from 25,000 to 30,000 feet of lumber daily. In addition to 
single upright and circular saws, it has a gaag of 26 saws. 

There is another saw mill owned by Mr. Jonas Canniflf, jun., and 
leased by Mr. Benninger, which manufactures from 12,000 to 
15,000 feet of lumber every 24 hours. 

A short distance from Caniflon towards Belleville is the saw 
mill of Mr. Wm. Stinson. It has recently been thoroughly over- 
hauled, enlarged and capacity greatly increased. It has 57 saws 
and is capable of cutting 40,000 feet of lumber every 24 hours. 
During the last season 4,000,000 feet of lumber were manufactured. 
There are two flouring mills, one owned by Mr. Jonas Canniff, 
jun., which has two run of stone, and is capable of turning out 
about fifty barrels of flour daily ; the other, which is owned by Mr.- 
A. Sutherland and leased by Mr. Wm. Lingham, has three run of 
stone, and manufactures from 60 to 70 barrels of flour every 24 



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hoars. There are some other factories of less importance, one or 
two small stores, groceries, cooperages, a pottery, carriage, and 
blacksmith shops, &c. It has one Church, bnilt of stone, and 
belongs to the Episcopal Methodist denomination ; a new Church 
for the Wesleyan Methodists is in process of construction. It is to 
be built of stone and will be an ornament to the village. Tho 
Church of England holds service in the same building once in two 
weeks. The Wesleyan Methodists have service in the court room 
every Sabbath afternoon at three o'clock . The education of the 
youth is well cared for, there being two school-houses, both first 
class brick buildings, and well supplied with maps, globes, &c. 

Canifton possesses remarkably good facilities for manufacturing 
purposes, and whatever progress it may make hereafter will be 
dependent upon the prosperity of its ipanufactures. Population 
about 600. 

Episcopal Methodist Church. — Rev. L. A. Betts, Pastor. 

Wesleyan Methodist Church. — Rev. J. E. Howell. M. A.^ 
Pastor. 

A Good Templar's Lodge exists in the village and is in a flourii^h- 
ing condition. A Branch Bible Society is in successful operation. 

The Canifton Cheese factory which has a capacity of 60O 
cows, is located in the village. Francis Brenton, President. 



Adams, Gbas., sailor. 

AUiQgham, Hugh, cooper. 

Anderson, Rev. H. r 

Baker, Mrs. 

Barnes, Mrs., widow. 

Becket, James, mechanic. . ,^ 

Belch, Charles, yeoman, 

Benninger, Joseph, saw mill proprietor. 

Bowen, Henry. 

Bradshaw, D. L'., grocery & provision dealer. 

Brenton, Francis, yeoman, Hayden's Oorners. 

Brice, Mrs. James, widow. 

British American hotel, W. Powers; 

Brooks, G., carder and fuller. 

Oampfield, George v., laborer. v 

Campbell, Thos., pensioner. .-'i', , 

Cain, William, shoemaker. 

Canniff, Daniel, mail contractor. '■''•' 

Canoiff, John, J. P., yeoman. 

Canniff, John, laborer. 



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WILLIAM STINSON, Proprietor, 

CANIFTOM, 



MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS 



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BOARDS, PLANK, SIDiNG, &c, &c. 



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X hauled. It has fifty-seven saws in operation, and is 
capable of manufacturing 40,000 feet of Lumber every 24 
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CANNIFF, JONAS, jun., postmMter, coroner, flour and griBt mill pro- 
prietor.— See ^dt>. />. 218. _ . _ . , 

Canniff, Jonas A., blacksmith. , 

CannifT, Joseph, J. P., yeoman. 

Canniff, Mrs. E. wid«w. 

Canniff, Mrs. J. W., widow, grocery. 

Canniff, Mrs. Nancy, widow. 

Canniff, Thomas, J. P., yeoman. 

Caverly, James, laborer. 

Caverly, M. G , carriage maker. 

Chase, Obadiah, sawyer, with Benninger. 

Clapp, Philip, miller, with Jonas A. Gaaniff. 

Collins, Daniel, innkeeper. 

Coon, Oourtland, carpenter. . < 

Gronk. Stephen, miller. < ^ 

Culver, J. R., fanning mill maker. 

Dafoe, Joseph, shoemaker. 

Dale, Thomas, yeoman. ' 

Dushney, Joseph, cooper. , 

Davis, Charles, sawyer. 

Davis, R. A., yeoman. 

Degroff, Oliver, laborer. 

Diamond, Jacob, butcher. 

Dolton, John, laborer. 

Drought, Samuel, tanner. *' 

Duval, Francis, laborer. 

Easterly, Jas. F., sawyer. 

Eber, Nelson, cooper. 

English, George, clerk with Job Lingham. ' ' ' *! * "' 

Fairman, Reuben C, hotel keeper. 

Fairman, Reuben, teamster. 

Farnham, Timothy, contractor. 

Fergison, 0. A., millwright. 

Fisher,E . H., laborer. 

Forrester, John, sawyer, with Benninger.' 

Frissell, Tobias, gardener. 

Frost, Isaac, carpenter. 

Gamun, Mrs. Patrick, widow. 

Gardiner, G., cooper. 

Given, Wm. John, tinsmith and stove dealer. 

Goliver, Francis. 

Gorman, Elizabeth, 

Grills, James, with A. Sutherland. . . 

Guilliver, Rufus, laborer. 

Gunsolus, J, J., blacksmith. 

Haight, John D., butcher. 

Hanafin, Michael, laborer. 

Hanafin, Timothy, laborer. 

Harney, Edward, mason. 

Hartwick, John A., yeoman. 

Hibbard, Nelson, sawyer, with Benninger, 

Higgins, Benjamin, miller, with William Lingham. 

Hogan, Lawrence, laborer. 

Homey, Edward, laborer. 

Howell, F. J., mason. ' 






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ALEX. SUTHERLAND, - - Proprietor, 

MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

LUMBER, 

Boarils, Ml, FlooriDn, Sidim, Latb, k. k., 

Always on hand, 
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ALEX. SUTHERLAND, 



Proprietor. 



This Factory has Machinery complete for tlu> Manufacture of Cloths, 
Satinetts, Tweeds, &c., which for style of finish, quality and 
cheapness, is unsurpassed in the Country. 

THE HIGHEST PBICE IN CASH PAID FOR WOOL. 



COOPERA&E AND STAVE FACTORY, 



One of the largest COOPERAGES in Wei?tem Canada 

■where all kinds of Barrels — Flour, Potash, Pork, &c., — 

are made, of the best material, and sold at the 

lowest prices, 

ALEXANDER SUTHERLAND, Proprietor. 






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Howell, Mt., school teacher, No. 5. 

Howell, Rer, J. E. M. A. Weale/an Methodist MiBiiter. 

Hughea, James, cabinetmaker. ' ' ' ' 

Hughes, William, laborer. 

Jessop, Jabez, miller. 

JesBop, James, miller. , • 

Jones, Miss Matilda, milliner. 

Jones, Thomas,7eeman. ' 

Keeler, Thomas, harnessmaker. * ' 

Kellar, Mrs.H., widow. 

Lackey, Walter, tanner, 

Lake, Nicholas, grocer. '■' 

Lang, James, constable. 

Large, Leandcr, cooper. 

Larue, Leander, cooper, with A. SuthnrLind . 

Lazawaj, Joseph, sawyer, with William Stinsoo. 

Llddell, Leander D. 

Liddell, Richard, carpenter. 

Liddell, S. L., mechanic. 

LINGHAM, WILLIAM, flour and grist mill.— 5«< Adv. p. 225. 

Little, R. N., ctiipenter. 

Loyd, John H., mechanic. 

Lynch, Michael, laborer. •' . y i 

Lyroan, Royal, laborer. 

Magurn, James, grocer. 

Mngurn, John, grocer. 

Maguru, John, butcher. 

Magurn, Miss, school teacher. ■.i\i ^, •' ,* i 

Marrs, Thomas, innkeeper. ' J 

Mooney, Peter, laborer. 

Mullen, V. D., teamster. • 

Mullett, D. H., tanner and currier. ' 

Murphy, John, laborer. 

McDougall, Duncan, sawyer, with A. Suthorlaod. 

McGivern, John, tinsmith. 



McGun, James, grocer. 

McMuUen, Hiram, laborer. 

McMullen, V. D., blacksmith. 

McTaggart, Robert, carpenter. 

Naylor, Ambrose, blacksmith. 

Naylor, Auly, shoemaker. 

Naylor, Thomas, blacksmith. 

Naylor, William, shoemaker. 

Nicholson, Samuel, carder. • ,r • ■" , , 

O'Brien, Catherine, widow. ' " 

O'Brien, Miss, teacher, separate school. 

Osborn, Frederick, tanner. 

Osborne, Richard, tanner. , ,^ 

Pallissier, T., teamster. ''\ * ' ' I 

Parrisaill, Addison, teamster. 

Peake, Samuel S., carpenter. . ,, .' ,' 

Peters, R. J., grocer. 

Phillip, Abraham, yeoman. " 

Phillips, John, stage drirer. 

Flankett, Robert, sawyer, with William Stiaion. 



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Powers, William, fJritisli Amoricftn Iloiel. 

Price, llri. James, widow. 

Ueagan, Patrick, laborer. 

Rosvicr, John, laborer. ' ' •! 

Ryao, Patrick, laborer. 

8I1I8, Jacob, bailifl' Division Court. 

Simpson, George, yeoman. 

Smith, A. S.. manufacturer. 

Smith & Gillespie, pump mnnufactureri. 

Spence, Jaa., laborer. ,, 

.Spencer, Robert, teamster, with Llngbara. 

STIMEUS, J. L., Stimers* Hotel.— 5ee Jdt.p. 218. 

STINSON, WILLIAM, saw mill proprietor.— See Jidv. p. 221. 

Striker, Franklin, school teacher No. A. 

SUTIIKULAND, ALEXANDER, woollen factory, saw mill, stare ta..- 

tury, and cooperage. — Set Mv.,p, 223. ,-.,., 

Sutherland, Wra., yeoman. , 

Tanner, A. E. , cheese maker. 

Tarrini, Nicholas, sawyer, with Benninger. ' 

Teller, Mrs. II., grocery. 
Tittcrson, George, teamster. 
Vickers, William, mason. 

Vrooinan, Edward, laborer. . . :, . 

Vrooman, William, laborer. 
Wade, L. S., pianoforte dulcimer manufacturer. 
Walker, John, carpenter. 
Walker, William, carpenter. 
Walsh, James, carriagomaker and blacksmith. 
Ward, Aleiauder, teamster. 
Wartnmn, D. G., pumpmakcr. 
White, Mrs. Matilda, widow. 
Wilson, Aleiacder, reeve, Thurlow. 
Wriglit, Anson, dulcimer pianoforte maker, 



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FL0URIH8 AND GRISTIN8 OF ALL KINDS DONE. 

AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, 

GRAIN CRACKED AND GROUND. 

CASH PAID FOR ALL KINDS C'F GBAIN, 



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This Township is bounded on the north by the Township of 
Bangor, on the east by the Township of Raglan, on the south by the 
Township of Mayo, and on the west by the Township of Montp-^le, 
It was surveyed in 1866, by Mr. C. F. xiylsworth, and contains an 
area of 48,308 acres, including water and roads. Mr. Aylsworthin 
his report says : " The greater portion of the Township is composed 
of excellent farming land. The soil is principally sandy-loam, and 
the timber chiefly maple, beech and basswood, (that is, on the best 
land.) The south-east corner of the Township, about 2,500 acres, 
is rough, and, in some places, very rocky. There were in 1867, 
twenty clearings, comprising in all 270 acres, and the settlers all 
appear to be doing well, and in very good circumstances. The 
crops generally have been good : the average yield of wheat to the 
acre, is 30 bushelf, oats about 40, and hay from 2 to 2^ tons per 
t ere. Roots and vegetables do well in this Township — in some 
instances 200 bushels to the acre have been raised. 

The Township is well watered by lakes, rivers and creeks ; the 
lakes and rivers being plentifully supplied with fish, such as salmon, 
trout, pike, bass, perch, and speckled trout. The York Branch of 
he Maduwaska River, which runs through the Township, is a splen- 
did stream of water, on which are two good mill sites, with a plentiful 
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Allison, William, lot 15, 6th concession. 
Bartlett, Edward, lOt 20, 7th concession. 
Conroy, Mrs., lot 28, 10th concession. 
Davies, William, lot 19, 1st concession. 
Farrel, Thomas, lot 30, 8th concession. 
Gaudda, Peter, lot 28, 8th concession. 
Grant, Robert, lot 20, 5th concession. 
Halliday, John, lot 20, 4th concession. 
Hamilton, James R., lot 17, 5th concLcisiou. 
Hynes, William, lot 14, tith concession. 
Kennedy, David, lot 2' 7th concession. 
Mallard, Samuel, lot 17, 2d concession. 
McAllister, George lot 19, 5th concession. 



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McAllister, John, lot 21, 6th concession. 
McLean, Robert, lot 24, 6th concession- 
McNab, Robert, lot 25, 8th concession. 
McPherson, William, lot 19. 4th concession. 
McWhirter, William, lot 21, 7th concession. 
Oram, Alexander, lot 27, 8th concession. 
Patterson, Donald, lot 15, 4th concession. 
Prentiss, Michael, lot 27, 7th concession. 
Stewart, Alexander, lot 22, 5th concession. 
Stewart. John, lot 19, 2d concession. 
Storie, James, lot 19, 6th concession. 
Storie, John, lot 9, 5th concession. 
Storie, Joseph, lot 13, 5th concession. 
Stringer, Joseph, lot 21, 7th concession. 
Stringer, Robert, lot 20, 8th concession. 
Telfer, Andrew, lot :^4. 5th concession. 
Towns, George, lot 20, 2d concession 
Vandusen, Darius, lot 14, 1st concession. 
Vandusen, Jeremiah, lot 15, 1st concession. 
Wardsworth, Alexander, lot, 29, 9th concession. 
Wardsworth, William, lot 29, 8th concession. 
Willis, Alfred, lot 23, 7th concession. 
Wilson, James, jim., lot 22, 4th concession. 
Wilson, James, sen., lot 21, 3d concession. 
Wilson, Robert, lot 20 3d concession 
Wilson, Thomas, lot 16, 2d concession. 
Young, Gilbert, lot 23, 3d concession. 



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This Township is bounded on the north by the Township of 
Moiiteagle, on the east by the township of Mayo, on the south by 
the township of Limerick, and on the west by the Hastings Road, 
and the township of Farraday. It contains 54,337 acres ; part 
of which was surveyed in 1857 and part in 1864. The township 
is naturally divided by York River and its main tri" utary Egan's 
Creek, into three sections, viz : the north western, south western 
and eastern. The first mentioned section is generally rugged 
and hilly, some of its hills attaining the magnitude and continuity 
of mountains, and about a fourth of the whole fit for settlement. 
The south western section, containing about 16,000 acres is better 
adapted for agricultural purposes, about one-half being fit for set- 
tlement. The eastern section, containing about 14,000 acres, 
consists of low, flat hills, alternating with narrow swamps and 
marshes along the principal streams. The prevailing timber is 
pine. This township is well watered, the principal streams being 
York River, Egan's Creek, and L'Amablc's Creek. The bed of 
York River is deep and narrow, ciirront swift and high banks 
generally to Egan's Farm, wore it becomes hroader aod less swift, 
with low bank"! and '.arge marshes. The lakes are few and small, 
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Autherson, Charles, yeoman, Hastings ruud. 

Bently, Henry, lot 18, 12tli concassion. 

Bierworth, Christian, yeoman, lot 30, 1 Itli concession. 

Bowers, Michael, yeoman. 

Bowers, Isaac, yeoman. 

Bowers, David, yeoman. 

Bowers, John, yeoman. 

Brownson & Weston, lumbermen, proprietors of Egan's Fiirm. 

Clarke, Henry, blacksmith, L'Amable, Hastings road. 

Cole, George, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Currey, Thomas, yeoman, lot 24, 7th concession. 

Dodd, Wm., blacksmith. Hastings road. 

Dorer, Richard, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Doyle, Morgan, yeoman, Hastings road. 



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Easton, George, yeoman, lot 23, 6th concession. 

Easton, Robert, yeoman, lot 23, 6th concession. 

Easton, Robert jun., yeoman, lot 24, 6th ooncegsioii. 

Plnnigan, Michael, yeoman, Hastings rtid. 

Gould, George, yeoman, lot 27, 6th concession. 

Gould, Jiimes, yeoman, lot 25, 7th concession. 

Hanna, Wm., yeoman, Hastings road. 

Hannan, August, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Henncsey, Albert, yeoman, lot 18, 12th concession. 

Jarmin, Henry, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Jarmin, Wm. Henry, grist and saw mill, L'Amable. 

Jarniiin, Wm., yeoman, Hastings road. 

Johnston, Edward, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Johnston, William, overseer of Egan's Farm. 

Kavanagb, Dermott, J. P., postmaster, Umphrieville, tavern and store. 

Karanagh, Patrick, merchant, Hastings road. 

Kealy, Patrick, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Keelly, James, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Kelly, Daniel, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Kelly, George, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Kennedy, Angus, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Lavalle, Dennis, yeoman, lot 25, 10th concession. 

Lavalle, Louis, yeoman, lot 26, 11th concession. 

Long, Asa E., carpenter and millwright, lot 26, Gth concession. 

Moore, Josias, yeoman, lot 16, 12th concession. 

Moore, James, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Mounteney, James, yeoman, lot 15, 12th concession. 

McAbe, Thomas, yeoman, Hastings road. 

McGibbon, Alexander, yeoman, lot 22, 6th concession. 

McKenzie, Kenneth, manager Benson & Weston. 

Orsborn, George, carpenter, lot 17, 12th concession. 

Power, John, blacksmith, lot 29, 10th concession. 

Prodhonr, August, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Ray, Joseph, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Saddlier, John, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Sararas, Henry, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Sararas, John, jun., yeoman, Hastings road. 

Sararas, John, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Siddons, James, carpenter, Hastings road. 

Spurr, 3enjamin, mason, lot 28, 10th concession. 

Stimers, Wm., yeoman, lot 26, 9th concession. 

Stimers, Isaac, cooper, Hastings road. 

Tait, John R., merchant store, L'Amable. 

Walker, John, yeoman, lot 23, 7th concession. 

Wilson, John, yeoman, lot 27, 1 0th concession. 



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The Township of Elaevir, although comparatively new, is one 
of the most flourishing in the Morth Riding of the County. It is 
bounded on the north by Grimsthorpe, on the east by Kaladar, on 
the south by Hungerford, and on the west by Madoc. Elzevir 
has beer a good lumbering district, and its timber resources arc by 
no means exhausted. The river Scootamatta, in the eastern part 
of the township, Black Creek, in the western extremity, and the 
Little Scoot, more in the centre, tributaries of the Moira, furnish 
ample facilities for bringing the lumber to market. These streams 
have excellent water-power privileges, and at different points, mills 
and factories Lave been erected. Villages have also sprung up as 
if by magic, the most important of which is Bridgewater, — a des- 
cription of which will be found in connection with the alphabetical 
list of names for the village. Queensboro' is a small village, in the 
western extremity, situated on Black Creek. Mr. Daniel Thomp- 
son, the principal proprietor, has a large saw mill and flouring mill 
at this point. The soil of the township is varied ; in some parts 
fertile and productive, and in others rocky and mountainous. This 
township abounds in various kinds of minerals. Iron ore of a good 
quality has been found near the village of Bridgewater, and ex- 
plorations indicate extensive quantities. Copper and lead have 
also been found, chiefly on the surface, and mica has been found ia 
large quantities. The best of white marble, pronounced to be aa 
good as the Vermont marble is found in great abundance in differ- 
ent parts of the township. 

Gold has been found in several parts of Elzevir, at Bridgewater 
and in other places, a description of which will be found in another 
part of this book. The population of the Township is about 2500. 

Township Council, 1869. — Hon. Billa Flint, Reeve ; J. W. 
Turner, D. Thompson, Robert Barry, John G. Rhodes. 

Township Qfficers.—C. R, Flint, Clerk ; 0. S. Frost, Treasurer; 
John Hailstone, Collector. 



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DANIEL THOMPSON, 

Queensboro' Flour and Saw Mills, 

Gristing done to order, and Flour and Feed for sale. 
LUMBER of all kinds kept ou hand for sale, and Sawed to ordcr^ 

imfliOHi'i MOTEL, 

Queensboro', - - - JElzevir, 

A. & W. DIAMOND, Proprietors. 



THIS House has every convenience for the comfort of Travellers and 
Boarders. The Bar is supplied with Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 
Good Stabling and Yard. Careful hostlers. 



RESIDENCE, - - - BELLEVILLE, 

IHFORTBB AND DSALBB IN 

Or; Gooil!!, Mm, Earilfare, Crockerr, k., k, 

QDEENSBOEO', ONT. 

LINGHAM'S MILLS, 

Lots 1 and 2, ]4th Concession of Rawdon, 

FOUR MILES FROM MAD OC VILLAGE. 
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Division Court Clerk. — James Mairs. Post Office address, 
Bridgewater. 

Bailiff. — John Carleton. 

Post Offices. — Bridgewater, James Iliirrison, Postmaster: 
Queensboro', D. Thompson, Postmaster. 

Alford, William, yeoman, 9tli concession, part lot 22. 
Arnott, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 12. 
Baker, David, yeoman, 3d concession, west half lot 8. 
Baker, Nelson, yeoman, 4th concession, north half lot 6. 
Bauder, John, miller, 1st concession, part lot 15. 
Bauder, Phillip, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 15. 
Bauder, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 14, 
Barry, John, yeoman, 2d concession, lot 4. 
Barry, Robert, yeoman, 2d concession, east half lot 5. 
Bartley, John, yeoman, 1st concession, east half lot 6, 
Batcman, James, blacksmith, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Beckwith, James, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 28. 
Bently, Simpson, yeoman, 2d concession, lot IG. 
Bird, James, yeoman, Uth concession, pan lot 15. 
Bleecker, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 20. 
Bbhen, Patrick, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 12. 
Boulton, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 14. 
Bradshaw, Benjamin, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 
Bragg, John, tanner, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Bragg, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 23. 
Branders, Henry, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 
Breakell, Henry, yeoman, 1st concession, west half lot 11. 
Br^auyer, Antoine, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 15. 
Br^auyer, Francis, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 14. 
Breeze, John D., clerk, 4ih concession, part lot \. 
Brogden, Robert, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 28. 
Brown, John A., yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 7. 
Bruyer, Edward, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 15. 
Bryden, William, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 12. 
Buckler, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 9. 
Buderaux, Tllson, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 5. 
Burns, Francis, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 5. 
Burns, John, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 4. 
Cameron, Hector, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 22. 
Carpenter, W. H., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 1. 
Carroll, James, yeoman, 2d concession, east half lot 2. 
Carruthers, H., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 28. 
Charters, Thomas, jeoman, 2d concession, part lot 7. 
Chase, Obadiah, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1. 
Cheneque, Mitchell, cooper, 4th concession, south half lot 4. 
Clark, Geo. M., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 
Clark, William, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 13. 
Clapp, George, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 32. 
Clapp, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 26 
Clapp, Samuel, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 11. 
Clapp, Walter, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 26. 



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Collins, Felix, jeomaD, Cth concession, part lot 6.- 
Comer, Mrs., widow, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Cotrall, Joseph, yeoman, 2d concession, west half lot 14. 
Coucb, Hannah, widow, 1st concession, part lot 14. 
Crawford, Samuel, finisher, 4tb concession, part lot 1. 
Credicott, John, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 13. 
Croil, J. D., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 
Davis, William, mechanic, 1st concession, part lot 14. 
Debois, Joseph, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 29. 
Dellenbeck, ilussell, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 2. 
Delyea, Victor, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 2. 
Demars, Peter, yeoman, lOtb concession, west half lot 16. 
Deming, Francis, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 32. 
Desilas, Francis, yeoman, 2nd concession, east half lot 1. 
Desilets, Charles, yeoman, 3d conceasion, part lot 3. 
DIAMOND, ABRAHAM, innkeeper, Queensborough. See Adv. p. 
Diamond, Sanford, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9. 
DIAMOND, WILLIAM, innkeeper, Queensborough. See Adv. p. 
Dickson, John R., yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 21. 
Downing, William, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 2. 
Ducath, Alexander, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 24. 
Dugan, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 4. 
Duryeau, Antoine, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 8. 
Elliott, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Empey, Francis, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Euriott, Nelson, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 4. 
Ferguson, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 15. 
Ferguson, Robert, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 13. 
Fortier, Lewis, yeoman, 4th concession, north half lot 8. 
Freeman, John, yeoman, 2d concession, west half lot 5. 
Frost, Joseph, waggon maker, 4th concession, part lot 5. 
Frost, Oliver, cabinet maker, 4tb concession, part lot 1. 
Garrett, William, foundry, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
G6n6reaux, Fabien, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 4. 
G6n6reaux, Prospero, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 
Gratrix, Samuel, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 
Gratrix, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, east half lot 5. 
•■". *y, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 12. 
Grayden, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 2. 
Green, Joseph yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Guyet, Joseph B., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 
Hailstone, John, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 15. 
Hailstone, John, yeoman, 3d concession, west half lot 15. 
Hailstone, Thomas, yeoman, 3d concession, east half lot 15, 
Hardy, Alfred, miner, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Harrison, J. E., assayist, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Harrison, James, clerk, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Harrison, James, yeoman, 5v.h concession, west half lot 15. 
Harrison, Wellington, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 16. 
Hart, Orleans; yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 12. 
Henry, Robert, sawmill, 5tb concession, part lot 7. 
Herbertson, Robert, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 14. 
Hicks, James N., yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 9. 
Higginbotbam, A., M.D., 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Hille:', Hiram, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 4. 



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Humphrey, Alexander, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 13. 
Jackson, David, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 6. 
James, Edwin, clerk, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
James, Henry, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 14. 
JeffH, Armour, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 17. 
Jeffs, James, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 15. 
Jeffs, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 16. 
Jeffs, Willinm, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 16. 
Johnson, Charles, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 17. 
Johnson, Daniel, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 18. 
Johnson, David, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 12. 
Johnson, Francis, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 17. 
Kalahan, Micliael, moulder, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Kehoe, Dennis, yeoman, 2d concession, lot 2. 
Kehoe, Edward, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 2. 
Kehoe, John, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 21. 
Kehoe, Thomas, yeoman, 3d concession, east half lot 1. 
Keelar, William, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 5. 
Keller, Jacob, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 5. 
Keller, Simon, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 4. 
Kells, Robert, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 13. 
Kelly, Henry, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 12. 
Kelly, Jeremiah, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 12. 
Kenny, James, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 3. 
Kenny, Valentine, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 23. 
Kerr, George, carpenter, 6th concession, part lot 4. 
Kerr, William, carpenter, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
King, Benjamin, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1. 
Kiser, Benjamin, grinder, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Kleirasteuber, Henry, shoemaker, 6th concession, part lot 4. 
Kleimsteuber, John, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 2. 
Lackie, Walter, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 7. 
Lafave, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
Lafontaine, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 7. 
Lafontaine, John, jun., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Laird, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Lalond, Antoine, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 16. 
Langley, John, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 10. 
Langley, Michael, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 9. 
Langley, Robert, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 8. 
Langman, Elisha, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 4. 
Lapham, Alezanderj yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 8. 
Laveque, John, yeoman, 8th concession, lo.- 15. 

^awrence, Francis, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 

jeslie, William, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 8. 

jcwis, Isaiah, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9. 

jewis, Samuel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 1. 
'. jinah, Timothy, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 3. 

jingbam, Thomas, lumber merchant, &c., Queensboro. 

jondry, Alexander, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 2. 

Mairs, James, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 3. 
Marshall, Joseph, yeoman, 8ih concession, part lot 16. 

Martin, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 31. 

Mason, Henry, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 27. 

Matthews, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 31. 



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Maxwell, Michael, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 8. 
McCallum, Alfred, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 29. 
McCallum, Duncan, miller, 4tb concession, part lot 1. 
McCallum, Duncan J., yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 2 and 3, 
McCallum, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 5. 
McCallum, Peter, miller; 11th concession, part lot 1. 
McCallum, Peter, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 26. 
McCaw, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 13. 
McConkey, Isaac, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 10. 
McCoy, Thomas, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 16. 
McDonald, Arthur, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 12. 
McFadden, James, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 30. 
Mcllroy, Patrick, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 12. 
Mcintosh, Robert, yeoman, Gth concession, part lot 13. 
Mclnurnay, Angus, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 1. 
McLean, Murdoc, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 13. 
McLuckic, Mrs., widow, Uth concession, part lot 23. 
McLuckie, William, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 29. 
McNair, Alexander, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 20. 
McNamara, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 2. 
McNamara, Patrick, yeoman, Ist coucession, lot 3. 
McNaughton, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 31. 
McNulty, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 20. 
Mennie, James, cooper, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Mennie, Sidney, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 
Merrill, George, accountant, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Miles, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Milligan, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 22. 
Milligan, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2 
Moore, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lots 13 and 14. 
Nelson, Mrs., yeomai), 1st concession, part lot 10. 
Noaks, Richard, blacksmith, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Nolan, Edward, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 2. 
Nolan, John, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 1. 
Osborne, Ira, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 17. 
Osborne, James, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 17. 
Parks, Archibald, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. 
Parks, CyrenuB, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 22, 
Parks, George, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 4. 
Parks, Nelson, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 5. 
Parks, Silas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. 
Parsons, Thomas, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 17. 
Patras, Louis, blacksmith, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Phillips, Joseph, laborer, 4Lh concession, part lot 1. 
Plato, Andrew, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 14. 
Plew, Francis, yeoman, Gth concession, part lot 5. 
Pool, David, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 11. 
Quincey, Henry, blacksmith, 4th concession, part lot I. 
llathman. Clause, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Ray, James, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 16. 
Reavie, Angus, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 19. 
Reavle, Archibald, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 21. 
Reavie, Archibald, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 20. 
Reavie, Neil, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 19. 
Reed, Abijah, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 14. 
Rhodes, Edward, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 10. 



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Rhodes, John G., yeoman, 3d conccasion, part lot 13. 
Robinson, Robert, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 0. 
Robinson, J. W.. manufacturer, 4th concession, part lot 1, 
Ross, R. U., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 11. 
Rousseau, John, ycomnn, lOtli concession, part lot 18, 
Sagar, Stauts, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 10. 
Sager, Alexander, miller, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Sager, S., saw mill, Ist concession, part lot 10. 
Schambeau, F., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot — . 
Satchel, David, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 10. 
Sedgwick, Daniel, sawyer, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Sharp, Gilbert, blacksmith, Ist concession, part lot <5. 
Sherbeau, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 16. 
Smith, William, blacksmith, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Spencer, Amos B., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 11. 
Spencer, William, harnensmaker, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

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Steel, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 11. 

Sweet, Charles, yeoman, 2d conce&uion, part lot 9. 

Swinton, John, yeoman, *lth concession, part lot S. 

Thompson, Archibald, jun., yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 17. 

Thompson, Archibald, J.P., yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 17. 

THOMPSON, DANIEL, J.P., miller, Queenboro.— See Jldv. p. 231, 

"Thompson, David, mason, 5th concession, part lot 6. 

Thompson, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 14. 

Thompson, Robert, sen., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 14, 

Thompson, William, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 17. 

Tucker, Francis, mason, 5th concession, part lot 2. 

Turner, J. W., tinsmith, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Vance, Thomas, yeoman, 10th concession, lot 22. 

Walker, David, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 18. 

Walker, William, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 

Walsh, Tiawrence, wagonnaker, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Wannamaker, Samuel, yeoman, 2nd concession, pai't lot 11. 

Ward, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 11. 

Warren, V. J., harnessmaker, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Way, Daniel, miner, 2d concession, part lot 11. 

Weir, John, shoemaker, 1st concession, part lot 14. 

Wemp, W. B., hotelkeeper, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Wensley, Arthur, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 9. 

Whittle, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot'6. 

Wiggins, Simon, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 15. 

Wiggins, Thomas, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 15. 

IViggins, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 4. 

'Williams, David, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 7. 

Willett, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 4. 

Wilson, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 24. 

Wolfe, George, carpenter, 4th concession, part lot 1 . 

Wrath, Charles, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 3. 

AVright, Alexander, carpenter, lEt concession, part lot 14 

Wright, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 21. 

Wright, Thomas, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 21. 

Zelmer, Daniel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 5. 

Zelmer, M. M., widow, 8tb concession, part lot 5. 



FARRADAY. 



Antherson, Joseph, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Antherson, Thomas, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Uarlter, Alfred, yeoman, Hastings road. 

Cieak, James, J.P., merchant, postmaster, York River, P. 0., grist and 

aavr mill. 
Gleak, James, jun., Hastings road. 
Gable, Henry, yeoman, uusurveyed land. 
Qaffrey, Michael, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Gauder, George, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Gauder, Jebus, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Gauder, Joseph, Catechist, Hastings road. 
George, John, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Harding, Philip, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Kelly, Patrick, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Kennedy, John, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Kennedy, Ronald, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Moore, Charles, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Moore, Francis, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Moore, Josias, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Moore, Robert, yeoman, Hastings road. 
McAllister, John, yeoman, Hastings Voad. 
McFflrlane, Jas., yeoman, Hastings road. 
O'Neill, Andrew, yeoman, Hastings road. 
O'Neill, John, yeoman, Hastings road. 
O'Neill, Patrick, yeoman, Hastings road. 
O'Neill, Patrick, jun., yeoman, Hastings roal . 
'Sparrow, Thomas, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Sweet, Herschell, yeoman, unsurveyed land. 
Sweet, William, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Vance, James, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Vance, Hamuel, yeoman, Hastings road. 
Vance, William, yeoman, Hastings road. 



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The village of Frankford is situated on the river Trent, in the 
Township of Sidney, and is distant from Belleville fourteen miles, 
Trenton seven miles, and Stirling seven miles. Fopulatioc about 
600. It has a number of mills and factories, which are supplied 
with water from Cole Creek, which at this point empties into 
the river Trent. The flouring mill is worked by Mr. W. 
Craske, and is supplied with excellent machinery. There are two 
saw mills owned by the Messrs. Roblin; an extensive woolen 
factory, owned by Mr. John S. Huffman ; a foundry, owned by 
Mr. Boblin ; a tannery, by Mr. Ostrom. A pump factory, carriage 
shops, cabinet and cooper shops, blacksmiths^ and nine or ten 
first-class country stores. The village can boast of having one of 
the finest school-houses in the county. It is a substantial stone 
building, 34 x 54 feet. There are three very handsome churches, 
with spires — two of brick and one of stone — belonging respectively 
to the Wesleyan Methodists, Episcopal Methodirts, and the 
Boman Catholics. Scarcely any progress has taken place in the 
village during the past four years, and the population remains 
about the same as at that period. 

The village can boast of having one of the finest manufacturing 
water privil^es in Canada. During the last year. Silk & Brother 
have erected a fine large stone Paper Mill capable of turning out 
one ton per day. The Messrs. Boblin have also during the year, 
finished a dam across the river Trent by which there is oreatecl 
water power to the extent of fifteen hundred horse power suitable 
for any kind of Manufacturing. 

Wetleyan Methodist Church. — Bev. J. G. Phelps, pastor. Hours 
of service, 10 A.M, and 6 P.M. 

Episcopal Methodist Church. — Bev. Wm. Campbell, Pastor, 
xiours cf service, 10 A.M. and 6 P.M. 






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FRANKFORD MILLS, FRANKFORD, 

lasiifactiirer of Floor, anil dealer ii all Ms of grain. 



THIS Mill has been thoroagblj repaired and fitted up with new ti.<^- 
ohinery, and is in erery respect equal to any Mill in the County. 

Keeps on hand and for sale at the lowest remunerating prices, 

A LAME STOCK of Wheat, Eye, •ickwkcat, Ploir, OatMcal, Sifted 
Ctrl leal, irai, Shorts, &c. 

Will pay at all seasons of the year the BeUeville Market price for 

Wheat, Rye, Corn, Barley, Oats, Peas, Buckwheat, &c. 



Having leased the SAW MIL.^ belonging to the late Ghaa. Harris in 
Murray, he is prepared to do rll kinds of work in & satisfactory manner 
and at moderate prices. 

, ORONHYiTEKHA, M.9^ 

TORONTO UNIVERSITY, 

Pkysicittt, 8iirg90ii A Accasclitiir. 

THE Doctor also studied in Oxford University, England, under the care 
of Doctor Acland, Physician to H. R. H. the Prince of Wales. 

OFFICE AT ORONHYATEKHA & CO.'S DRUG STORE. 



ORONHYATEKHA & CO., 

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

Pure Drugs, Chemicals, Medicines, 

AT VERY LOW PRICES FOR OASH. 



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Soman Catholio Church. — Bev. J. Brettargh, of Trwiton, 
Pastor. Service every third Sabbath. 

Bamfield, Joseph, laborer, Wellington nt. 

Bargan, Patrick, laborer, Parle st. 

Bartlett, William, carriage maker, Belleville »U 

Bell, John B. 4tb concession, block A, 

Bell, Thomas B., 4th concession, block A. 

Bryant, Joseph, batcher, Trent st. 

Barley, George, carpenter. Mill st. 

%sh, Solomon, laborer, James st. 

Byan, O. T. carriage maker, Trent st. 

Campbell, Rer. Wm., Episcopal Methodist, Mill st. 

Chapman, John, sboemat ,&-, '^'ent st. 

Clark, O. W., tavern keep «nt st. 

Consaul, John, carriage maker, Trent st. 

Gorbitt, Wm., yeoman, Mill st. 

Coven^, Mrs., widow, Mill St. 

CRASKB, WALTER, miller, N. Trent at.See Jdv. p. 239. 

Oronk, 0., sawyer, N. Trent st. 

Grow, Thomas, bricklayer, N. Trent st. 

Cnllen, James, laborer, Trent st. 

Davis, Bradley, teacher, Victoria st. 

Davi«, Miss. M., milliner, Victoria st. 

Dissent, George, shoemaker, Trent st. 

Donahue, John, tavern keeper, Belleville st. 

Dorland, G. H., dentist, Victoria st. 

Emery, Alexander, carpenter, Mill it. 

Fansworth, John, butcher, Belleville st. 

Ferguson, Jamed, dentist, Victoria st. 

Ford, Thomas, paper maker, N. Trent st. 

Foster, Thomas, baker, Mir. st. 

Fraser, George, merchant, Mill st. 

Fuller, Garrett, mason, Trent st. 

Gamble, Mrs., widow, N. Trent st. 

Gilbert, Wm., S. Mill st. 

Golding, Eiram, hotel. Mill st. 

Gold ng, Sr.uger, hotel keeper, Trent st. 

Gold Dg, W. sen., stage driver, Trent st. 

Goldsmith, George, merchant, Mill st. 

Grass, R., general merchant, Mill st. 

Griffith, William, laborer, Mill st. 

Hanavin, Peter, laborer, Trent st. 

Hearns, James F., carpenter. Mill st. 

Hoophole, John, blacksmith. Mill st. 

Huffman, Charles, pump maker, Trent st. 

Huffinan, G. W., Mill st. 

Howard, James, laborer. Park st. 

Howard, Thomes J., merchant, Mill st. 

Ibey, Andrew, laborer, Mill st. 

Jenkins, David, tailor, Trent st. 

Jor<*an, Edward, distiller, Stirling st. 

Kenny, William, general store. Mill st 

Lafave, John, cooper, Belle ville dt. 



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Laporge, Panlj laborer, Trent st. 

Leroy, Krs, widow, Trent at. 

Lott, John, paper maker, N. Trent st. 

Marsb, Matthew, carder, Trent st. 

Marsh, Mrs. W. Trent st. 

Merritt, Richard, laborer, Trent st. 

Mikel, John, tamer, Wellington st. 

Miller, Isaac, pamp maker, Trent st. 

Moore, Qeorge, carpenter, Mill st. 

Morin, Mrs., widow. King st. 

Moyle, William, cabinet maker, Scott St. 

McAlvary, John, laborer, Scott st. 

McCaw, William, tailor, Trent St. 

McDonald, Ann, widow, Trent st. 

McDongall, Mrs., widow, Trent st. 

McKinney, Wm., laborer, Bellerille st. 

McKittrick, Patrick, laborer, Scott st. 

Near, David, cooper, BelleTille St. 

Olner Jacob, miller, Trent st. 

ORONrABTBKHA, M.D., drnggist, Ac, Mill St.— See Mv. p. 23». 

Ostrom, Daniel, foundryman, Victoria st. 

Outwater, Qeorge, tinsmith. Mill st. 

Pace, W. J., grocer, Mill st. 

Parks, William, teamster, Park st. 

Perrey, R. J., yeoman. Mill st. 

Pettit Arnott, sawyer, Wellington st. 

Pettit, Isaac, carpenter, Wellington st. 

Pettit, P. P., bnilder and painter. Mill st. 

Phelps, Rev. J. O., Wesleyan Minister, Trent st. 

Potter, Jeflbrson, laborer. Mill st. 

Roblin, Edward, Mill st. 

Sandborn, Mrs., widow, Trent st. 

Sharp, A. H.i carpenter and joiner, Trent st. 

Sharp, Joseph, carriagemakers. Mill st. 

Sills it Brother, paper makers, N. Trent st. 

Simoions, David, ashery, N. Trent st. 

Simmons, Wm., laborer, Wellington st. 

Smith, Peter, blacksmith, Mill st. 

Smith, Walter, laborer, Trent st. 

Stevens, D. B., tailor, Belleville st. 

Stillwell, John, merchant. Mill st. 

Stone, Geoi-ge, clothier, N. Trent st. 

Striker, Dr., Trent st. 

Sweetman, James, bnilder, Belleville st. 

Sweetman, Michael, carpenter, Belleville st. 

Swec -lan, Mrs., grocery, Belleville st. 

Sweetman, Nicholas, mason, Belleville st 

Sullivan, James, farmer, Mill st. 

Thompson, J. O., shoemaker, Trent st. 

Trmp!cins, Abraham, brick maker, Main st. 

Tnrley, Patrick, Stirling st. 

Turner, James, carpenter, Trent st. 

Yanelick, Mrs., dress maker, N. Trent st. 

Yanmear, J., yeoman, Trent st. 

Yannorman, Isaac, laborer, Bellevill* it. 



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Vannorman, John, pumpmaker, Welliugton at. 
Vermear, Zachariah, laborer, Trent at. 
Walker, Robert, blackimith, Belleville at. 
Waller William, general merchant, Mill at. 
Wannamaker, David, carpenter, King at. 
Warren, Mrs., V. R., Elye at. 
Watt Hiram,team9ter, Belleville at. 
Weeae, Mrs., tailor^as, Mill at. 
Weatern, Oliver, lime burner, Trent tt. 
Wilson, John, mercliant, Trent at. 
Young, Amos, miller, Mill at. 



HUNGERFORO. 



This towDship is bounded on the north by Elzevir and Madoc ; 
«n the «)uth by Tyendinaga; on the east by Sheffield, in the 
County of Lennox ; and on the west by Huntingdon. It has the 
lai^e^t area of any of the townships, containing 546 lots, in farms 
of 200 acres each, equal to 109,200 acres, a very lai^e portion of 
which is well adapted for the purpose of raising grain. This township 
is well watered, lakes, rivers, and rivulets abound in every direction. 
The Moira river runs throngh the township, and affords at different 
points valuable water-power privileges. It contains several rising 
villages ; Tweed and Thomasburg are the most promising. Des- 
criptions of these places will be found in connection with the list 
of names for these villages. In the eastern portion of the township 
there is a fine tract of land, owned by A. L. Bogart, Esq., of Belle- 
ville, who has, within the last few years, converted the wilderness 
into fruitful and well-cultivated fields, and built up a flourishing 
settlement. 

On Mr. Bogart's property, as well as in other parts of this town- 
ship, Gold has been discovered, and a Quartz mill has been erected. 
Reference to these mines as well as other minerals discovered in 
this township, will be found in another part of this book. Adjoin- 
ing Tweed is the village of Geoi^town, situated on the Stoco Lake. 
Here is located the Town Hall of Hungerford, a large and substan- 
tial frame building. The growth of this township in population and 
wealth has been most rapid. The soil is very productive ; and in 
travelling through the township, you see every where, evidences of 
industry and good farming ; you will see as substantial farm-houses 
commodious barns, well-cultivated fields, and well stocked farms, as 
in the front townships. In 1839 the population of Hungerford was 
646; in 1860-61, according to the census returns, the number of 
inhabitants was 4,354 : it has now a population of not less than 
5,000. 



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Township Council, 1869. — Felix Giboarie, Reeve; Geo. 3t^kes, 
Deputy Reeve ; John Graham, William Rath, and Richard Gk- 
bourie, Counoillors. 

Township Officers. — George Howell, clerk; Joseph Elliott, 
Treasurer; John Carleton, Collector. 

Fourth Division Cour^— Robert MoCamon, Clerk ; Post office 
address, Tweed. 

Adams, Edward, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 35. 
Adam*, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Adams, John, J.P., yeoman, 8(h concession, south half lot 4, 
Adams, Johnson, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 4. 
J .dams, Mrs., widow, 6th concession, part lot 4. 
Aker, A., yeoman, 11 th concession, part lot 22. 
Aker, Petei', yeomp», 3d concession, north half lot' 36. 
Aker, Thomas, yeoiuAn, 11th concession, part lot 23. 
Alexander, James, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 21. 
Alexander, John, yeoman, 11th concession, ^art lot 14. 
Alexander, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, south half lot 17. 
Alexander, William, yeoman, lltu concession, part lot 13. 
Allard, James, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot t. 
Allen, Albert, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 35. 
Allen, Alexander D., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 37. 
Allen, Qeorge, yeomsn, 2nd concession, part lot 37. 
Allen, Henry, yeoman, 1st concession, north half lot 37. 
Allen, James, physician, 1st concession, north half lot 36. 
Allen, James S., yeoman, 1st concession, south half lot 37. 
AIl<5n, John, yeoman, 1st concession, south half lot 36. 
Allen. William, yeoman, 2nd concession, north half lot 35. 
Alord, Francis, 9th concession, part lot 10. 
Anderson, Joshua, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 24. 
Anderson, Joshua, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 24. 
Arbuckle, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 
Arbuckle, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, north half lot 8. 
Archambault, Charles, innkeeper, Sloco. 
Asseltine, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 37. 
Badgley, David, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 17. 
Badgley, Gilbert, yeoman, 4th concession, west half lot 10. 
Badgley, Simon, yeoman, 6tb concession, south half lot 12. 
Badgley, William, yeoman, 6th concession, west half lot 24. 
Bailey, James, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 36. 
Banker, Oarnett, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 13. 
Banks, John, yeoman, 7th concession, south half lot 17. 
Barber, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 
Barber, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 
Barber, Robert, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 
Barker, Albert, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 9. 
Barry, Noble, yeoman, 11th concession, south half lot 9. 
Bates, William, blacksmith, 6th concession, part lot 20. 
Beard, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 11. 
Beard, William, yeoman, Ist concession, east half lot 5. 



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Beatim, John, yeoman, 0th conceuion, part lot 16. 
Beatty, John, yeoman, Utb concesiion, part lot 11. 
Beatty, Robert, yeoman, 2ud oonceuion, part lot 36. 
Bedell, William, yeoman, 6tb conceiiion, part lot 8. 
Bedford, Owen, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 32. 
Benedict, Elias, yeoman, 12th concession, west half lot 22. 
Bennett, Bernard, shoemalcer, Stoco. 
Bennett, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 
Bennett, Peter, laborer, 6tb concession, part lot 13. 
Bergeon, Dennis, yeoman, Utb concession, part lot 16. 
Bergeon, Peter, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 10. 
Bird, James, yeoman, 6th concession, west half lot IC. 
Bird, John, yeoman, 6th concession, east half lot 16. 
Bird, William, }:«oman, 7th concession, south half lot 16. 
Black, Alexander, yeoman, 9th concession, north half lot 31. 
Black, Robert, yeoman, 10th concession, pstrt lot 29. 
Blackman, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 38. 
Blair, Peter, yeoman, )0th concession part lot 23. 
Blakely, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Bloxsonn, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 36. 
Boan, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 36. 
Bogart, A. L., lumber merchant, lOtb concession, part lot 20. 
Bogart, T. L., yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 21. 
Bone, John, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 26. 
Boon, Jacob, yeoman, 3rd ooccession, part lot 27. 
Booth, Alexander, yeoman, 13th concession, north half lot 17. 
Bosely, Edward, yeoman, 13tb concession, lot 12. 
Bowell, John, yeoman, 12 th concession, west half lot 5. 
Bowen, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 35. 
Bowers, Adam H., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 11. 
Bowers, B., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 11. 
Bowers, Hiram, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 21, 
Bowers, Jacob, yeoman, 3rd concession, east half lot 14. 
Bowers, John, 3rd concession, east half lot 15. 
Brady, Richard, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 3. 
Brandon, Daniel, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 30. 
Brandon, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 30. 
Brandon, Thomas, J.P., yeoman, 1st concession, lot 30. 
Bressett, Alexander, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 6. 
Braen, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 6 and 7. 
Breeson, Joseph, yeoman, 4ih concession, Thomasburg. 
Brown, Darid, yeoman, 14th concession, north half lot 9. 
Brown, George, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 15. 
Brown, George P., yeoman, Ath concession, part lot 15. 
Brown, James, cheese factory, 10th concession. 
Brown, James, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 9. 
Brown, Jas., carpenter, 10th concession, north half lot 7. 
Brown, James, yeoman, 3d concession, south half lot 33. 
Brown, John, yeoman, 3d concession, east half lot 36. 
Brown, John, yeoman, 3d concession, south half lot 2. 
Brown, Thomas, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 24. 
Brown, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 11 . 
Bnrgoyne, Peter, yeoman, 1 1th concession, part lot 31. 
Barley, Henry, jeoawn, 2d conoetsioa, part lot 3. 
Burley, Nelson, yeoman, Ist conoeation, part lot 11. 



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Hurley, Williain, J. P., yeomnn, lat conceiiion, uortb half lot 11. 
Burton, Williain, yeoman, 13ib concesiion, part lot 9. 
Buihel, James, jeoman, 3d concession, part lot 2. 
Bushel, William, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 4. 
Butler, John, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 1. 
Byrne, Obarles, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 11. 
Byrne, Daniel, yeoman, 5th concession, soutn part lot 31. 
Byrne, James, yeoman, iuh concession, west half lot 34. 
Byrne, John, yeoman, 14th concession, south half lot 10. 
Byrne, Thomas, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 30. 
Oalrert, John, yeoman, 4lh coi.cession, part lot 1. 
Calvert, John, y jman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Campbell, James, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 29. 
Campbell, William, yeoman, 10th concession, west half lot 5. 
Campbell, William, yeoman, 14tb concession, part lot 17. 
(*annifr, Abraham, yeoman, ■'ith concession, part lot 13. 
Canniff, Allen, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 16. 
Oanniff, George, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 13. 
OannifT, Miles, yeoman, Gth concession, part lot IB. 
Carlton, Christopher, yeoman, 5th concession, north half lot 11. 
Carlton, David, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 7. 
Carlton, John, yeon<a::, 9tli contv^sion, part lot 18. 
Carlton, John W., yeoman, 4th concession, east half lot 6. 
Carlton, Robert, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 10. 
Carlton, Thomas, yeomvn, 2d concession, west half lot 11. 
Carlton, Thomas, sen., yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 7. 
Carlton, Walter J., yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 8^ 
Carlton, William, yeoman, 8lh concession, part lot 8. 
Carson, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 12. 
C .'ter, Hiram, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 3. 
Carter, Thomas, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 3. 
Cary, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 24. 
Casey, Patrick, yeoman, 10th concession, north half lot 4. 
Caskey, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 6. 
Caskey, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 6. 
Cassibeau, Alexander, yeoman, Uth concession, east half lot 2S. 
Cassibeau, Exor, yeoman, 11th concession, west half lot 28. 
Cassibeau, Peter, yeoman, 10th concession, west half lot 27. 
Gassidy, Christopher, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 26. 
Cassidy, James, yeoman, 6th concession, west half lot 26. 
Cassidy, John, yeoman, 6th concession, north half lot 32. 
Cassidy, Matthew, yeoman, 6th concession, north half lot 27. 
Cassidy, Patrick, yeoman, 6tb concession, east half lot 26. 
Cassidy, Peter, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 4. 
Cassidy, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 29. 
Cassidy, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 30. 
Caul, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 20. 
Cavanagh, John, yeoman, ''th concession, part lot 34. 
Cavanagh, Michael, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 32. 
Cavanagh, Mrs., widow, 6tb concession, part lot 34. 
Cavanagh, Patrick, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 31. 
Cavanagh, Patrick, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 28. 
Chapman, Alexander, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 9. 
Chapman, Jeremiah, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 12. 
Chest, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 2. 



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Clapudle, Qeorg«, yeomM, lit conceuion, «Mt half lot 2. 
Glare, George, yeoman, 9th conceaiion, part lot 17. 
Glare, Jamei, yeoman, lOtli eonceuion, part lot 21. 
Glare, Thomas, J.P., yeoman, Thomasbargh. 
Glark, Andrew, yeoman, 2d conceuion, part lot 37. 
Olark, Olifton, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 82. 
Glark, Darid, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 10. 
Glark, Isaiah, J.P., yeoman, Sth concession, west half lot 1. 
Glark, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 27. 
Clark, John, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 1. 
Glark, Mrs., widow, 9th concession, part lot 10. 
Clark, Wilson, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 31. 
Gleary, Michael, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 30. 
element, Gabriel, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 21. 
Coap, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 31. 
Goe, James, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 30. 
Goe, John, jun., yeoman, loth concession, part lot 30. 
Goe, John, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 20. 
Coe, John, yeoman, 3d concession, north half lot 31. 
Goe, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 30. 
Goe, Thomas, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 29. 
Coil, Henry, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 3. 
Collins, Michael, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 1 7. 
Oolston, Richard, yeoman, 2d conce'jslon, part lot 4. 
Colston, Robert, yeoman, 3d conceiision, west half lot 4. 
Goiter, Andrew, yeoman, 6th ooncuwion, part lot 1. 
Goiter, James, yeoinan, Ist concession, part lot 26. 
Goiter, James, jun., yeoman, Ist cou<;9S8ion, part lot 16. 
Goiter, Joseph, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 17. 
Gonliff, James M., yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 38. 
Oonlin, Michael, yeoman, Sth concession^, east half lot 9. 
Gonlin, Thomas, yeoman, Sth concession, north half lot 15. 
Gontryman, H&rmon, yeomai , Sth concesi^ion, part lot 39. 
Gontryman, John, yeoman, Itth concession, part lot 21. 
Gontiyman, Martin, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 10. 
Gontryman, William, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 21. 
Gooney, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 26. 
Corbett, William, yeoeian, 1st concession, part lot 3. 
Corcoran, Michael, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 28. 
Gorniga, Antoine, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 7. 
Gorniga, Baptiste, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 27. 
Gorniga, Christmas, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 10. 
Gorniga, Joachim, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 10. 
Gorniga, Lewis, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 8. 
Gorniga, Paul, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot S. 
Gorniga, Peter, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 7. 
Gorniga, Peter, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 6. 
Oorrigan, G. G., yeoman, Sth concession, Stoco. 
Gorrigan, Garrett, yeoman, Stoco. 
Ooulter, Andrew, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 1. 
Oonlter, James, jun., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 16. 
Gonlter, James, sen., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 20. 
Coulter, Joseph, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 16. 
Ooulter, Mrs., widow, 6tb concession, part lot 18. 
Coyle, Henry, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 



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Oralg, Andrew, ytonto, Utb codmmIoo, p«rt lot a. 
Craig, Franoii, yroman, lltb ooootMion, part lot 0. 
Oreria, Paul, yeoman, 13tb oonoMaion, part lot 15. 
Oronkright, Jacob, yeoman, 4tb oonoeeeion, part lot 10. 
Oronkrlght, Jamei, yeoman, 4tb oonceieion, part lot 10. 
Cronkrigbt, Jobn, Veoman, Srd eonoefeion, part lot 17. 
Cronkrigbt, Nicboiai, yeoman, 4tb conceaeion, part lot 10. 
Crou, Robert, yeoman, 10th conceaeion, part lot 10. 
Cnrry, Robert, yeoman, lOtb ooneeeiion, part lot 9. 
Ourry, Sandy, yeoman, 13tb oonce«aion, part lot 3. 
Curry, William, yeoman, latb oouoeaaioo, aoutb balf lot 1. 
Dafoe, Allen, yeoman, lOtb conceMion, part lot 20. 
Dale, Robert, yeoman, 1st conceMion, part lot 10. 
Daw, Frederick, yeoman, 2d conceaaion, part lot 18. 
Daw, William, yeoman, 3d conceitaion, north balf lot II. 
Debbie, Oeorge, yeoman, 9tb c( aceMioo, north half lot 20. 
Deline, Jeremiah, yeoman, 2d conceMion, part lot 30. 
Deline, John, yeoman, 2d conceMion, part lot 30. 
Deline, Uriah, yeoman, 2d conceMion, part lot 29. 
Deibeau, Franoia, yeoman, 6tb conceMion, part lot 34. 
Desheau, Jowph, yeoman, 10th conceaiion, part lot 2S. 
Desheau, Joseph, yeoman, 6th conceMion, part lot 34. 
Desheau, Peter, yeoman, 10th conceMion, part lot 25. 
Doap, Jacob, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 35. 
Dolan, John, blacksmith^ Stooo Tillage. 
Doman, Edward, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 8. 
Donogbue, Lawrence, yeoman, 8th concession, Clore 35. 
Doran, Peter, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 19. 
Doyle, Daniel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 33. 
Doyle, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 29. 
Doyle, Owen, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 33. 
Doyle, Thomas, yeoman, 4th conceMion, part lot 33. 
Doyle, Thomas, yeoman, 8tb conceMion, part lot 24. 
Dunkin, Oeorge, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 8. 
Dunn, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 31. 
Dunn, John, yeoman, 6tb conceMion, part lot 6. 
Dunn, Nathan, yeoman, 1st conceMion, part lot 28. 
Dunn, William, merchant, let concession, part lot 28. 
Dunn, William, yeoman, 1st coscaiisiuo, part lot 28. 
Durkin, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 12. 
Dyer, D. Y., yeoman, 10th conceMion, part lot II. 
East, John, yeoman, 9th conceMion, part lots 16 and 17. 
Eaton, Alexander, yeoman, Thomasburgh. 
BUiott, Francis, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 8. 
Elliott, James, yeoman, 11th ooneeasion, part lot 6. 
Elliott, James, yeoman, 6th conceMion, part lot 7. 
Elliott, JamM, yeoman, 6th conceMion, part lot 5. 
Elliott, John, yeoman, 6th conceMion, part lot 6. 
Elliott, Joseph, J. P., yeoman, 10th conceMion, lot 8. 
Elliott, Robert, yeoman, 10th conceMion, part lot 3. 
Elliott, William, yeoman, 10th conceMion, part lot 7. 
Elliott, William, yeoman, 10th concession, lot 1. 
Elliott, William, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 7. 
Ellis, Samuel S., yeoman, 9U> conceMion, part lota 18 and 16. 
EWert, Thomas, yeoman, 12th conceMion, part lot 11. 



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Bmborj, Jamei, jeomao, 2d oonceuion, part lot 14. 
Embarj, Sftmuel, yeoman, 3d concession, pari lot 31. 
Embury, Wellington, yeoman, 2d oonoeuion, part lot 1. 
Bmbury, William, yeoman, Otb oonceuion, part lot 16. 
Bmerton, Jamei, Mn., yeoman, 4tb conoeaaion, part lot 7. 
Smerton, John, yeoman, 2d conoeuion, part lot 6. 
Emerson, Mrs., widow, 8d conoeision, part lot 6. 
Emerson, Thomas, yeoman, 2d concession, nortb part lot 0. 
Empy, Christopher, yeoman, lOth concession, part lot 20. 
Empy, George, yeoman, 7th concesiion, part lot 1. 
Empy. Peter, yeoman, 7th conoession, part lot 10. 
Enright, John, yeoman, 8th concesiion, Btoco. 
Fargey, Francis, yeoman, lit conoession, part lot 9. 
Fargey, James, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 8. 
Farland, William N., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 23. 
Farnsworth, John, yeoman, lOtb concession, east half lot 3. 
Farrell, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 31. 
Farrell, James, yeoman, 7th concession, west half lot 3. 
Farrell, John, yeoman, 6 lb concession, lot 11. 
Farrell, Richard, yeoman, 7th cencesaion, part lot 2. 
Farrell, Wil.Iam, yeoman, 7th concession, east half lot 2. 
Findland, Mrs., widow, 7th concession, part lot 28. 
Finkle, Henry, yeoman, 6th cooceasion, lot 19. 
Finkle, John, yeoman, 7tL concession, part lot 13, 
Finkle William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 19. 
Finlan, Sylvester, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 30. 
Flnlan, William, yeoman, 7th conoession, part lot 28. 
Finiay, John, sen., yeoman, Uth concession, east half lot 5. 
Finn, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 38. 
Fisher, Samuel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 7. 
Fitzgerald, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 32. 
Fitzgerald, William, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 33. 

Fleming, James, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 10. 

Fleming, Patrick, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 24. 

Fleming, Thomas, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 26. 

Flinn, George, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 28. 

Flinn, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 27. 

Fiinn, John, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 29. 

Flinn, Lawrence, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 28. 

Flinn, Michael, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 29. 

Flinn, William, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 30. 

Flynn, George, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 29. 

Foley, Michael, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 36. 

Foley, Owen, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 27. 

Foley, Patrick, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 27. 




Fox, Mrs., widow, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 36. 
Foy, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 29. 
Foy, John, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 4. 
Free, Abraham, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 
Free, Henry, J.P., yeoman, 4th concession, east half lot 3. 
French, John, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 13. 
Preach, Thomas, yeoman, 7tb concessioa, part lot 14. 



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Falford, Abel, blacksmith, Tweed. 

Oaboorie, Edward, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 12. 

Oabonrie, F^liz, jun., yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 12. 

Oabonrie, F^lix, sen., J.P., yeoman, 11th concession, north half lot 12. 

Qaboarie, Richard, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 13. 

Oafrey, Mrs., widow, 9th concession, part lot 32. 

Gallen, William, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 38. 

Qarden, Mrs., widow, 6th concession, part lot 23. 

Qartland, Joseph, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 22. 

Gena, Obarles, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 23. 

Genor, Alexander, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 21. 

Genord Alexander, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 24. 

Germa:, James, yeoman, 1st concession, east half lot 28. 

German, Peter V., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 

German, Thomas, yeomas, Ist concession, east half lot 29. 

Gibson, George, yeoman, 1st concesaion, part lot 3. 

Gibson, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 3. 

Gibson, Robert, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 3. 

Gilg'^, Patrick, yeonan, 5th concession part lot 4. 

Gilluu, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 31. 

Gilroy, Adam, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 5. 

Golden, Daniel, yeoman, 9lh concession, lot 7. 

Golden, Mark, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 7. 

Gordon, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 3. 

Gordon, Robert, carpenter, 11th concession, part lot 4. 

Goald, Jo!<eph, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 11. 

Graham, James, yeoman, 5th, concession, part lot 6. 

Graham, John, yeoman, east part lot 13. 

Graham, John, yeoman, 4tb concession, Thomasburgh. 

Graham, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 9. 

Graham, John, J.P., yeoman, 11th concession, north half lot 3. 

Graham, Thomas, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 7. 

Graham, Samuel, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 

Graham, William, yeoman, 13th concession, north half lot 16. 

Graham, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 6. 

Graham, William, yeouaan, 12th coacession, part lot 4. 

Gratrix, John, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 16. 

Green, Andrew, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 32. 

Green, Charles, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 14. 

Green, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 34. 

Grills, John, M, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 18. 

Grills, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 8. 

Gunyea, Luke, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 23. 

Hales, Benjamin, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 

Haley, Dennis, yeoman, 6tb, concession, part lot 23. 

Haley, Lawrence, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 26. 

Haley, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 32 . 

Haley, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 32. 

Hall, Robert, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 29. 

Hamly, Philip, yeoman, 9tb, concession, part lot 22. 

Hannibal, Richard, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 3. 

Harrigan, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 12. 

Harrigan, John J., yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 12. 

Harrigan, William R., yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 14. 

Harris, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 19. 



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Harrison, John, J.P., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 2. 
Haston, Henrj, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 36. 
Hatt, Dennis, yeoman, I2tb concession, part lot 12. 
Hawkins, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 7. 
Hayes, Nicholas, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 36. 
Hayes, Patrick, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 34. 
Hayes, Thomas, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 34. 
Henderson, George, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 27. 
Henderson, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 26. 
Henderson, Robert, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 6. 
Hendersop, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 26. 
Hendry, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 30. 
Henry, Benjamin, yeoman, Thomasburgh. 
Henry, David, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 35. 
Hewett, John, yeoman, Ist concession lot 21. 
Hicks, William, yaoman, 7th concession, part lot 8. 
Hicks, Richard, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 9. 
Hinch, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 23. 
> Hines, Henry, yeoman, 8th concession, Stoco. 
Hinit, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 1. 
Hogan, Patrick, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 31. 
Hoote, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 9. 
Hopkins, Bernard, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 30. 
Howe, Daniel, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 8. 
Howe, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 
Howe, Solomon, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 8. 
Howe, Solomon, jun., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 8. 
Hudson, Charles, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 18. 
Hadson, Gharles, yeoman, 2d coacessioo, part lot 6. 
Hudson, William, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 8. 
Huffman, Elias, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 14. 
Huffman, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
HufTman, Philips, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 13 and 14. 
Huffman, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
Hulbert, Nathaniel, yeoman, Thomasburgh. 
Hum, Hugh, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 33. 
Hunt^ Michael, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 36. 
Hunt, Timothy, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 35. 
Hunter, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 10. 
Husk, David, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 26. 
Huyke, Andrew, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 8. 
Huyke, Isaac, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 8. 
Irvin, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 
Irwin, Dennis, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 
Irwin, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 14. 
Irwin, James, jun., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 
Irwin, James, jun., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 16. 
Irwin, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 15. 
Irwin, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 14. 
Irwin, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 23. 
Jamison, James, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 11. 
Johnson, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
Johnson, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Johnson, John, sen., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 21. . 
Johnson, John, sen., 6th concession, part lot 17. 



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Johnson, Stephen 0., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 14. 
Johnston, Charles, yeomftn, 9th concession, part lot 1. 
Johnston, James, yeoman, 1st concession, east half Jot 23. 
Johnston, Jai" , yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 9. 
Jobnstou, J' -, J.P., yeoman, 1st concession, east half lot 23. 
Johnston, John, yeom»n, 9th concession, part lot 1. 
Johnston, Peter, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 
Joice, Edward, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 22. 
Jones, W. W., yeoman, Thomasburgh. 
Kelly, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 21. 
Kelly, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 26. 
Kelly, Thomas, yeoman, 13tb concession, p&H lot 4. 
Kenny, James, yeomat., 2nd concession, part lot 27. 
Kerr, George, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 1. 
Kerr, Henry, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 5. 
Kerr, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
Kerr, M., yeomen, 6tb concession, part lot 7. 
Kerr, Patrick, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 26. 
Kerr, Robert, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 5. 
Kerr, Thomas, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 5. 
Key, Paul A., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 13. 
King, Edward, yeoman, 4th concessti,n, part lot 36. 
King, Mrs. widow, 4tb concession, part lot 36. 
Kiulan, John, yeomau, Uth concession, part lot 11. 
Kinsley, Michael, yeoman, 4lh concession, part lot 35. 
Kinsley, Mrs., widow, 4tb concession, part lot 35. 
Kirk, Josep.., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 
Kirwan, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 
Kitley, Andrew, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 21. 
Lachapel, Lewis, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 7. 
Ladanay, Henry, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 8. 
Lalor, Rev. E. P., Roman Catholic, Sugar Island. 
Lamoureux, Antoine, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 
Langley, Henry, yeoman, 6th conce 'sion, part lot 33. 
Langman, Jobn, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 12. 
Lansing, Richard, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 9. 
Lariby, Henry, yeoman, 2 ad concession, part lot 14. 
Larkin, Daniel, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 
Larkin, Psul, ,J.P., yeoman, 5tb concession, lot 24. 
Lasarge, Michael, yeoman, 9th concession, part loD 22. 
Lassamay, Charles, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 14. 
Latimore, Archibald, ydoman 3rd concession, lot 21, 
Latimore, James, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 2. 
Latimore, Mrs., widow, 4th concession, part lot 19. 
Latimore, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 19. 
Laundry, Francis, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 20. 
Laurence, Alexander, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 26. 
Laurence, Joseph, sen., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 26. 
Laurence, Joseph, jun., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 26. 
Laurence, Leo, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 26. 
Lautaunder, Levi, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 9. 
Lavally, Moses, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 25. 
Laveck, Alfred, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 13. 
Laveck, Edward, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 35. 
Lareck, Francis, yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 13. 



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Laveck, Lewis, yeomftn, 3rd coneeMioo, lot 16. 
LftTeck, Patrick, yeomaa, 4th Gonocsaion, part lot 34. 
Lawrence, Peter, yeomaa, 4th concession, part lot 30. 
Lazard, Bli, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 32. 
Lasard, Lewis, yeoman, 11th ocnoesaion, part lot 28. 
Laaard, Hoses, yeoman, &th concession, part lot 66. 
Lebarge, Francis, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 21. 
Lebarge, John B. innkeeper, 10th eonoession, part lot 21. 
Leprad, Eli, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 24. 
Leslie, Darid, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 4. 
LesMe, James, cooper, 10th concession, part lot 4. 
Leslie, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 36. 
Lerans, James, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 12. 
Lewis, JoLq, yeoman, 8th cnncession, p&rt lot 2. 
Lewy, Nicholas, yeoman, 6* a concession, part lot 20. 
Logan, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 16. 
Logan, James, jun., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 18. 
Logan, Richard, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 16. 
Logan, William, yeoman, Ist concession, lot 30. 
Lore, Alexander, yeoman, 7 th concession, part lot 1. 
Love, Mrs., widow, 1st concession, part lot 8. 
LoTelesB, Grandle, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 13. 
Loweny, Robert, yeoman, 10th concession, pnrt lot 18. 
Lowry, David, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 9. 
Lowry, John J., yeoman, 8tb concetision, part lot 1. 
Luffman, James, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 21. 

Lu£fman, Thomas, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 20. 

Luske, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 23. 
Luske, Joseph, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 18. / 

Loske, Peter, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 18. 
Luske, Peter, jun., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 18. 

Lynch, Francis, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 11. 

Ifacnamara, Mrs., widow, 9th concession, Qore 36. 

Maguire, James, hotel keeper, Thomasburgh. 

Mains, John W. yeoman, 4th concession, Thomashnrg. 

Manes, Edward, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 10. 

Manes, Henry, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 8. 

Mants, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 8. 

Manes, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 13. 

Mangor, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 32. 

Mannell, Edward, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 44. 

Marand, Charles, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 17. 

Muand, Gharles, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 17. 

Marand, Francis, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 41. 

Marand, Francis, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 14. 

Marand, TriflQy, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 14. 

Marlin, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 33. 

Marlin, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 8. 

Marlin, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 

Marlin, Richardson, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 22. 

Marsh, George, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 22. 

Marsh, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 36. 

Marsh, Joseph, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 22. 

Marshall, Richard, yeoman, 10th concessioo, part lot 22. 

Martin, John, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 17. 



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Maxwell, Robert, yeoman, 3rd ooncrssion, part lot 14. 
Mickinson, James, yeoman, 13th cr/ncession, part lot 2. 
Micks, Mrs., widow, 3rd concession, part lot 26. 
Mock, Henry, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 8. 
Montgomery, Andrew, yeoman, 13lh concessioa, part lot 2. 
Montgomery, Robert, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 13. 
Moran, Daniel, yeoman, 12tb concession, part lot 18. 
Mordant, James, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 26. 
Mordant, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 26. 
Morrow, Mrs., widow, 10th concession, part lot 23. 
Morrow, Michael, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 23. 
Morrison, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 3. 
Morton, Alexander, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 2. 
Morton, Alexani'.er, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Morton, Bartholomew, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 33. 
Morton, Henry, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 
Morton, James, yeoman, 5tb concrssion, part lot 6. 
Morton, John, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 4. 
Morton, Mark, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 8. 
Morton, Mrs., widow, 4th concession, Thomasburgb. 
' Morton, Richard, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
Morton, Robert, J.P., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 
Morton, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 33. 
Morton, Thomas, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot I. 
Morton, William, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 2. 
Mowers, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 27. 
Mulrooney, Simon, yeoman^ 7th concession, part lot 15. 
Mulroney, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Mnlroney, Thomas, ^aoman, 8th concession, part lot 17. 
Malroney, Thomas D., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 17. 
Marphy, Oharles, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 17.' 
Murphy, Francis, postmaster, Stoco. 
Murphy, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 25. 
Murphy, John, yeoman, 8th concession, lot 31. 
Murphy, Patrick, mechanic, Stoco. 
Murphy, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 26. 
McAnnally, Peter, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 35. 
McOamon, John, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 26. 
McGamon, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
McOamon, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 12. 
McOann, Patrick, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
McOann, Thomas, 14th concessiop, part lot 163. 
McOaw, Richard, blacksmith, Stoco. 
McGlarence, John, yeoman, Stoco. 
MoOormick, Joseph, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 
McCoy, Angus, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 10. 
McDonald, Noble, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
McDonald, Peter, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 28. 
McDonald, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 36. 
McFall, Wi'Uam, yeoman, 6th concession. Gore 37. 
McFarland, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 26. 
McOrath, Elias, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 16. 



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McGratb, Jamea, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 35. 
IfcQrath, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 29. 
JfcGrath, John, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 20. 
McGrath, Nicholas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 33. 
McOuire, Obarles, yeoman, 8 th concession, part lot 3. 
liclntosh, James, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 23. 
McKay, George, yeoman, 6th ccacesaton, lot 14. 
McKerwaa, James, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 3. 
McKerwin, Michael, yeomiin, 6th concession, part lot 33. 
McLaughlin, George, yeoman, 3rd conce.ssion, part lot 35. 
McLean, Oharles, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 20. 
McLean, Samuel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 20. 
McMahon, Thomas, 7th concession, part lot 30. 
McMallen, John, yeoman, Thomasbargh. 
MoMnllen, John, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 23. 
Nail, Michael, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 31. ' 
Nale, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 33. 
Neil, Thomas, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 34. 
s Neilson, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, west part lot 6. 
Newal, William, yeoman, lltb concession, part lot 7. 
Neirton, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 6.. 
Niror, Anthony, yeoman, 2nd concession-, part lot 2. 
Noles, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 20. 
Ocain, David, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 7. 
Ocain, Havier, sen., yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 7. 
Ocain, Havier, Jan., yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 7. 
Oliver, Oornelius, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 18. 
Oliver, George N., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 27. 
Oliver, Robert, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 6. 
Oliver, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 27. 
Orford, Edward, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 19. 
Orford, Robert, yeoman, 8 th concession, part lot 19. 
Orr, Alexander, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 19. 
Orr, George, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 19. 
Orr, Jav.es, ye jman, 4th concession, part lot 1 . 
Orr, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 19. 
OstrOiU, George G., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 7. 
Ostrom, Henry, yeoman, Tbomasburgh. 
Ostrom, Henry, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 
O'Brien, Dennis, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 27. 
O'Brien, Mrs., widow, 7th concession, part lot 22. 
O'Brien, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
O'Donnell, Adam, yeoman, Stoco. 
O'Donnell, William, yeoman, Stoco. 
O'Neil, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 33. 
O'Neil, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 21. 
O'Neil, Michael, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 12. 
O'Reilly, Michael, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 31. 
O'Reilly, Timothy, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 31. 
Palmer, Benjamin, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 25. 
Palmer, Benjamin, innkeeper, Stoco. 
Palmer, Richard, innlceeper, Stoco. 
Parker, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 7. 
Parks, Gilbert, yeoman, 6th concension, part lot 13. 
Parks, Nelson, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 13. 






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Parriott, Joiepb, yeoman, 10th eonoeulon, part lot 20. 
PanoDS, Richard, jreoman, Ist oonoenion, pact lot 84. 
Parsons, Samuel, yeoman, 12th eoneesiion, part lot 15. 
Peniy, Mrs., widow, 9th concession, part lots 1 aafi 2. 
Parrin, Jeremiah, yeoiman, 10th concession, pair'o lot 23. 
Pbalin, John, yeoman, 1st ooneession, part lot 27. 
Phillips, David, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 
Phillips, Elisha, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 8. 
Phillips, John G., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 16. 
Phillips, Josiah, y«.' *qan, Sth concession, part 10. 
Phillips, Robert, yeonian, 2ad concession, part lot 16. 
Pine, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, Oore 37. 
Pivott, Edward, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 16. 
Porter, John, yeoman, 11th concession, lot 2. 
Porter, Robert, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 1. 
Porter, Samuel, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 1. 
Porter, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 6. 
Potter, George, yeoman, 14tb concession, part lot 18. 
Potter, William, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 19. 
Potts, George, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 4. 
Potts, William, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 4. 
Powers, Richard, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 34. 
Prentice, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 6. 
Prentice, James P., yeomar, 9tb concession, part lot 6. 
Px'entice, John, yeomaa, 4th concession, part lot 3. 
Presley, Thomas, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 22. 
Preston, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 9. 
Prince, Jeremiah, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 23. 
Pringle, Joseph, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 28. 
Pringle, Solomon H., 9tb concession, part lot 11. 
Provosl^ Edward, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 16. 
Purvis, Robert, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 26. 
Quigley, Coy F., yeomaa, 12th concession, part lot 19. 
Quigley, Ogden, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 18. 
Quinu, Felix, yeoman, 6tb concession, Gore 36. 
Ramsey, James, yeomar., 1st concession, part lot 9. 
Rath, Oharles, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 9. 
Rath, Henry, yeoman, 12 th concession, part lot 11. 
Rath, James, yeoman, 13th concession, lot 12. 
Rath, Josctib, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 11. 
Rath, William, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 11. 
Razott, Paal, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 
Razott, Peter, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 8. 
Redmond, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 28. 
Reed, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 
Reid, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 
Reynolds, John T., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 3. 
Rivers, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 23. 
Robinson, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Robinson, Robert, yeoman, 4th concession, paii-<: Itt 1. 
Robinson, Thomas, yeoman, 9th concession, pn't lot 2. 
Roblin, David, yeoman, Sth concession, pprt lot 7. 
Roblin, I., J.P., yeomaa, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Rock, Joseph, yeomac, 10th concession, part lot 31. 
Rodgers, James, yeoman, lltb concession, part lot 18. 



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Rodgers, James, yeoman, 9th eoneeailon, part lot 17. 
Rodgen, Matthew, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 17. 
Rodgerfl, Mrs., widow, 9th concession, part lot 17. 
Rodgers, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot IT. 
Rouse, Michael, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot IT. 
Rnsb, 'Tames, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 25. 
Ratleuge, Alexander, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 1. 
Rntledge, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 5. 
Rutledge, John, merchant, Btoco. 
Rntledge, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 
Ratter, Alexander, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 18. 
Rutter, Qeorge, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 21. 
Ratter, Henry, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 
Ratter, Henry, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 1. 
Ratter, Hiram W., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 
Ryan, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 38. 
Ryan, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 34. 
Sanderson, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 34. 
Sayers, Alexander, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 4. 
Sayers, Henry, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 4. 
Sayers, Robert, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 3. 
Scaley, David, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 3. 
Scott, George, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 18. 
Sexsmith, David, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 18. 
Sexsmitb, John, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 24. 
Shaw, James, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 12. 
Shaw, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 15. 
Sherry, Forbes, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 4. 
Sherry, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 
Sherry, George P., yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 4. 
Sherry, James, yeoman, Thomasbargh. 
Sherbeno, Francis, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 15. 
Sherbeno, Gabriel, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 18. 
Sherbeno, Peter, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 19. 
Shorey, Peter M., yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 17. 
Simmons, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 20. 
Simmons, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 20. 
Simpkins, Benjamin, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 9. 
Simpkins, Samnel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 9. 
Sinclair, Andrew, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
Sixsmitb, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 24. 
Sixsmith, Michael, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 13. 
Sixsmitb, Thomas, yeoman, 13tb concession, part lot 16. 
Slash, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 16. 
Smith, James, J. P., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 
Smith, John, J.P., yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 3. 
Smith, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Snider, Abraham, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 23. 
Snider, Ohristopher, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 23. 
Spafford, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 38. 
Spencer, — , M.D., 9th concession, part lot 
Stephens, Oharles, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 27. 
Stinson, Edward, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 32. 
Stinson, John, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 32. 
Stinson, Mrs., widow, 5th concession, part lot 32. 






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Stokes, George, yeoman, 4th conceasion, part lot 3. 
Stokes, John, yeoman, Srd concession, part lot 8. 
Stokes, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 
Suttle, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Tapson, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 21. 
Taytor, Thomas, yeoman, Jth concession, part lot 33. 
Taylor, Robert, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 30. 
Thompson, Archibald, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 16. 
Thompson, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 15. 
Thompson, Mrs., widow, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Thrasher, Gilbert, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 24. 
Tippen, Richard, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 28. 
Torkett, James, yeoman, 12 th concession, Gore 33. 
Tottle, Gharles W., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 7. 
Tracy, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 22. 
Tracy, Michael, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
Tracy, Thomas, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 21. 
Tradon, Michael, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 22. 
Trotter, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 8. 
Truman, Archibald, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. 
Truman, Richard, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 8. 
Truman, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 
Trumpour, Archibald, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 
Trumpour, William, jun., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. 
Trumpour, William, sen., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 
Tucker, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 
Tucker, Richard, yeoman, 9ih concession, part lot 43. 
Tudor, Francis, yeoman, 9tl:i concession, part lot 21. 
Tuff, Robert, yeoman, 12 th concession, part lot 6. 
Turlington, David, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 30. 
Twamley, Henry, yeoman, 5th concession, purt lot 23. 
Twamley, William, yeoman, ^i'u concession, part lot 23. 
Yanallen, George, yeoman, 7st concession, part lot 3. 
Vance, WHliam, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 14. 
Vandusen, A. M., J. P. Baker, Georgetown. 
Yanduseu, Robert, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 48. 
Yardey, Archibald D., yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 17. 
Vardey, Daniel, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 17. 
Yardey, Peter, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 21. 
Wager, William, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 29. 
Wales, John N., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 31. 
Wales, Joshua, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 3. 
Walker, David, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 3. 
Walker, David, yeoman, 7 th concession, part lot 18. 
Walker, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 11. 
Walker, Samuel, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 12. 
Wallace, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 13. 
Wallace, 0., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 25. 
Wallace, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 25. 
Waller, James, yeoman, 10th concsssion, part lot 30. 
Ward, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 30. 
Waterhouse, Henry, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 6. 
Waterhonse, Richard, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
Watson, Joseph, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 16. 
Way, Edward, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. 



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Way, Sidney, yeomin, 6th eonoesiion, part lot 1. 
Way, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lots 6 and 7. 
Way, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 22. 
Weeks, Robert, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 26. 
Welch, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 3. 
Welsh, David, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 22. 
West, Jeremiah, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 2. 
West, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 3. • 

West, Uriah, J.P., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. 
Whalen, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 27. 
Whalen, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 28. 
Whalen, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 36. 
Whalen, Mrs., widow, r b concession, Uore 36. 
Whalen, Patrick, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 32. 
Whalen, Peter, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 28. 
Whalen, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 29. 
Wheeler, George, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 58. 
Wheeler, Hrnry, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Weight, Alexander P., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
White, John, mechanic, 1st concession, part lot 7. 
Whittaker, Joseph W., J.P., near Downings Rapids. 
Willson, Adam, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 16. 
Willson, Alexander, yeoman, 11th concession. 
Willson, B. S., yeoman, 4th cnncession, part lot I. 
Willson, Edward, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 
Willson, James, yeoman, &th concession, lot 18. 
Willson, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, west half lot 18. 
Willson, John, jun., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 2. 
Willson, John M., yeoman, &th concession, part lot 3. 
WiUiams, H. W., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 37. 
Williams, Eichard, yeoman, 1st concession, part lol 34. 
Wilson, John, yeoman, 4th concesaiou, part lot 7. 
Wood, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 15. 
Woodcock, David, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 14. 
Woodcock, Isaac, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 16. 
Woodcock, Joseph, yeoman, 12th concession, lot 9. 
Woodcock, Joseph, jun., yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 9. 
Woodcock, Mrs., widow, 9th concession, part lots 3 and 4. 
Woodcock, Thomas, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 8. 
Yeomans, E., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 18. 
Yeomans, Joseph, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 18. 
Yeomans, Samuel, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 18. 
York, Peter, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 38. 
Young, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 36. 
Young, James, merchant, Stoco. 
Young, James, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 19. 
Young, James T., yeoman, 10th concession, lot 22. , 
Young, John, 10th concession, part lot 24. 



HUNTINGDON. 



The Township of Eantingdoo is boanded on the nortb by 
Madoo, on the south by Thurlow, on the east by Hnngerford, and 
on the west by Rawdon. It is situated in the North Riding of 
the county, and is one of the most populous and flourishing in that 
section. The soil is generally fertile, and in most parts of the 
township, in a good state of cultivation. Within the last few yean 
oonsiderable progress has been made in building. Substantial brick 
and stone houses have taken the place of log and frame, — and com- 
modious barns and sheds have replaced those no longer large enough 
to contain the increased produce of the land. The Town Hall, a 
substantial stone building, is situated in the second concession, on 
lot 11, at a village called Moira. 

In 1839, the population of this Township was but 690 ; in 1850i 
it was 2,548 ; in 1860-61, according to the census returns it was 
2,917 ; the estimated number of inhabitants now within the Town- 
ship is 3,500. 

Township Council, 1869. — Thomas Emo, Reeve ; James Find- 
lay, Deputy Reeve ; Richard Newton, John R. Sills, and Mathew 
Robinson, Councillors. 

Township Officers. — James J. Ryan, Clerk, William Morton, 
Treasurer; John B. Fox, Collector; John Gerow, Tavern Inspec- 
tor; Owen R. Ketcheson, Surveyor; John B. Fox and Gilbert 
Sharp, Constables. 

Commisaionera of Affidavits. — Thomas Emo and James J. 
Ryan. 

7th Division Court. — OflSce at Town Hall, James J. Ryan, 
Clerk. Post office address, Moira. 

Post Offices. — Moira, 2d concession, lot 11, Henry Ostrom, 
Postmaster; West Huntingdon, 2d concession, lot 1, P. Luke, 
Postmaster ; Ivanhoe, 7th concession, lot 7, Thomas Emo, Post' 
master. 



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Churchea. — Weslejan Methodist, stone Oburch, lot 12, in tb^ 
3d oonoessioD, Rev. David Ryan, Minister; also in lot 8, in the 
8th concession, Madoc road, Rev- Thomas Lawson and Rev. Mr. 
Ford, Ministers. Bible Christian, lot 6, in the 8th concession 
Rev. Mr. Bodle, Minister. Episcopal Methodist Church, on lot 
2, in the 3d concession, Madoc road. Rev. D. Pomeroy, Minister; 
Presbyterian Church, on lot 7, in the 7th concession, Rev. Mr. 
Goldie, Minister. 

Adams, Elizabeth, M:.., widow, 10th ooncession, east half lot 16 

Adams, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 16. 

Adams, John, yeoman, lOth coacesilon, part lot 16. 

Adams, Newton, yeoman, 1st concession, east half lot 15. 

Adams, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 14. 

Agar, Thomas, S., J.P., yeoman, 14th concession, lot 16. 

Alcombrack, Charles, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 8. 

Alcombrack, Henry, yeoman-, 2d concession, part lot 7. 

Alcombrack, Murney, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 8. 

Alcombrack, Murney, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 7. 

Alcombrack, Samuel, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 9. 

Alcombrack, Wesley, yeoman, 2d dncession, part lot 7. 

Alcombrack, William, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 8. 

Anderson, Alexander, yeoman, 1st concession part lot 20. 

Anderson, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 8. 

Archibald, James, jr., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 

Archibald, James, J. P., yeoman, fith concession, part lot 3. 

Archibald, Martin, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 6. 

Ash, Joseph, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 6. 

Ashley, Allen, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 4. 

Ashley, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 4. 

Ashley, John, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 2. 

Ashley, Simoa jun., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 

Ashley, Simon, sen., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 4. 

Ashley, Washburn, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 5. 

Ashley, William, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 3. 

Ashley, William, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 2. 

Ault, John, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 18. 

Bailey, Jacob, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 12. 

Bailey, Thomas, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 11. 

Baker, Palmer, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3. 

Baker, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 15. 

Baley, John, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 8. 

Barber, Robert, yeoman, 4th conossion, part lot 16. 

Bateman, John, yeoman, 9th cone ission, part lot 2. ^'I^- 

Beatty, Parid, jun., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 19. 

Beatty, David, sen., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 

Beatty, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 18. 

Beatty, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 18. 

Benson, James, blacksmith, 5th concession, part lot 3. 

Bently, Edwin, yeomati, 14th concession, part lot 17. 

Bird, John Q., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 4. 



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Bird, WiUlftm, yeoman, lat oonceiiiioD, part lot 4. 
Bird, Wm. T., jeoman, 'id concetiioo, eait half lot 6. 
BlakeljT, Henry, yeoman, 12th conoeiiion, part lot 10. 
Blakely, William, yeoman, 13th ooncesiion, part lot 9. 
Bouk, John, yeoman, 14tli concession, part lot 16. 
Boulter, N. J., yeoman, Kth conoestiion, part lot 18, 
Brigden, H., clock repairer, 2ad concession, part lot 20. " 
Brougb, William, yeoman, 7th con<;ession, part lot IS. 
Brown, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 10. 
Burk, Bandannah, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 
Burk, James, yeoman, 6th concession, pari lot 10. 
Burnett, Adam, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 1. 
Burnett, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 1. 
Burnett, Samuel, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot I. 
Burris, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 7. 
Burrell, John S., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 11. 
Burrell, Wm. H., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 11. 
Burrows, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 7. 
Butzin, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 10. 
Byrnes, John, yeoman, I2th concession, part lot 16. 
Byrnes, Mrs. Mary, widow, 11 concession, west half lot 8. 
Byrnes, Robert, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 16. 
Gain, James, yeoman, 14th concession, parr lot 9. 
Calvert, David, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 
Calvert, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 
OARNAHAN, BHJRNARD, shoemaker, Roslin.— See Mv. ;\ 362. 
Carscallen, George, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 6. 
Garscallen, Isaac, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 6. 
Carson, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Carson, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 10. 
Carson, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 15. 
Carson, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 13. 
Casey, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 15. 
Chambers, Robert, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 10. 
Chapman, Jeremiah, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 17. 
Chapman, Jeremiah, yeomau, 4th concession, west half lot 18. 
Chapman, John G., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
Chapman, William, yeoman, 7lh concession, part lot 7. 
Charland, Mrs. Isabel, 12lh concession, part lot 9. 
Chisholm, Murchison, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 10. 
Clare, Thomas, yeoman, 4lh concession, part lot 13. 

BERNARD CARNAh!^, 

Manufaotcrbr of, and Dealxr in 

BOOTS M.MB SHOES, 

R O S L I N . 



A large and varied Stock always on hand, and sold at prices as low as any other 
Establishment in the County. All Obdxbs Promptlt Attbndbd to. 



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OUr0, WiUiam, yeoman, 4th cono«uion, part lot 13. 
Clark, fleorgr, yeoman, 3rd eonceasion, part lot II. 
Olark, Jonathan, yeoman, 6th conceision, part lot 6. 
Olark, Timothy, J. P., yeoman, Srd conceiiion, part lot II. 
OloM, Hngb, yeoman, 10th conceiiion, part lot 7. 
Oloughor, Jo^n, yeoman, 14th conceiiion, part lot 7. 
Ooleman, Gharlei, yeoman, 14th conceiiion, lot 10. 
Coleman, Peter, yeoman, 14th conceiiion, part lot 11. 
Coleman, Tbomaa, yeoman, 14th conceiiion, part lot II. 
Oollini, Oharlei, yeoman, Sth conceiiion, part lot 13. 
OoUini, John, yeoman, lltb conceiiion, part lot 10. 
Collini, Mri. Anno, widow, 11 th conceiiion, part lot 10. 
Oollini, Mri. Mary, widow, Sth conceiiion, pnrt lot 1.3. 
Collini, William, yeoman, 3rd conceiiion, part lot 17. 
CoUina, WiUiam D., yeoman, Sth conceiiion, part lot 8. 
Oonley, George, yeoman, 2nd conceiiion, part lot 3. 
Conley, Newton, yeoman, Srd conceision, part lot 3. 
Conley, William, yeoman, 14th concession, pitrt lot 15. 
Connell, John, yeoman, 13th conceision, part lot 2. 
Oonnell, Richard, yeoman, 13th conceision, part lot 2. 
Connell, William, yeoman, 13th conceiiion, part lot 3. 
Corrigal, James, yeoman, Srd concession, part lot 8. 
Corrigal, John, yeoman, Srd concesiion, part lot 7. 
Cotton, William, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 8. 
Coulter, Andrew, J. P., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Coulter, Eleanor, 4th concession, part lot 16. 
Coulter, John, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 16. 
Coulter, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 16. 
Cragg, Samuel, yeomnn, 14th concession, lot 13. 
Craig, William, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 6. 
Crozier, Qeorge, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 1. 
Ourry, William, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 18. 
Cuttle, Arthur, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 6. 
Dafoe, Abraham, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 6. 
Dafoe, Allan, yeoman, 6tli concession, part lot 1. 
Dafoe, Qeorge, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 6. 
Dafoe, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 2. 
Dafoe, Philip, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3. 
Dafoe, Solomon, yeomnn, 9th concession, part lot 16. 
Daley, John, yeoman, 7tn concession, part lot 16. 
Daley, Sidney, yeoman, 6th conceision, part lot 1 7. 
Daley, Thomas, yeoman, 14tb concession, part lot 12> 
Darling, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
Davison, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 2. 
Dean, Adam, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 3. 
Dean, W. H., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 12. 
Declare, Mrs. Mary, widow, 14tb concession, part lot 1. 
Deirar, William, Srd concession, part lot 6. 
Diamond, Ryan, yeoman, Srd concession, part lot 15. 
Doman, Samuel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 8. 
Donnan, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 4. 
Donnan, Joseph, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 2. 
Donnan, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 
Doran, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 10. 
Douglass, John, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 10. 



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Douglass, John, yeoman, 14th ooncession, lot 19. 

Downey, Andrew, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 8. 

Downey, Hugh, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 6. 

Downey, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 8. 

Doyle, William, yeoman, 14th concession, lot 2. 

Elirer, Peter, yeoman, 12th, concession, part lot 1. 

Elliott, Francis, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 19. 

Elliott, James, jun., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 

Elliott, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 19. 

Elliott, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 19. 

Ulsworth , Arthur, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 14. 

Embury, George, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 20. 

Embury, John, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 20. 

Embury, Samuel, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 20, 

Emerson, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 12. 

Emerson, William, yeoman, 4th concession part lot 14. 

EMO, THOMAS, J.P., M jor Reserve Militia, morobant, postmaster, 
Ivanhoe, commissioner uf affidavits in the Queen's Bench, 7th conces- 
sion, part lot l.—See Adv. p. 254. 

Erapey, Nathaniel, tanner, 1st concession, part lot 20. 

Fairman, Harvey, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 1. 

Fargey, Peter, yeoman, 4th concession, east half lot 3. 

Farrell, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 15. 

Ferguson, Mrs. Catherine, widow, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Ferguson, Mrs., widow, 14th concession part lot 12. 

Findley, Andrew, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 19. 

Findley, James, yeoman, 12th concession, lot 19. 

Findley, Robert, yeoman, 12th concession, lot 18. 

Fitchett, Aaron, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 9. 

Fitchett, David, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 16. 

Fitchett, Moses, yeoman, lltb concession, lot 20. 

Fitzgerald, James, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 18. 

Fleming, John, sen., yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 4. 

Fleming, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 

Foley, James, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 4. 

Foo'jr, Franklin, yeoman, 2d concession, south part lot 10. 

Foster, James, yeoman, 2ad concession, part lot 11. 

Foster, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 11. 

Fox, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 10. 

Francis, John T., yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 11. 

'X^ H O 31: .^ S EMOS 

DEALER IN 

DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY, HARDWARE, 

BOOTS and SHO£S, and BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, 

Also a general aisortment of 

' And any quantity of 

PATENT MEDICINES, &C., &C. 

Cash paid for all kinds of Produce, or taken in exchange for Qoods. 



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Francis, John, yeoman, 10 th concession, lot 10. 
■Freebnrn, Sdbn, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 20. 
Frederick, Henry, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 
French, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. ^ 

-Fry, George, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 1. 
Fuller, B. R., merchant, 6th concession, part lot 13. 
Fuller, John S., yeoman, 6th concession, east half lot 13. 
Gamer, Jeremiah, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 
Garrett, Hugh, blacksmith, 4th concebsion, part lot 2. 
Ctay, Anne, widow, 6tk concession, part lot 6. 
Gay, Charles, mason, 4th concession, part lot 5. 
Gay, John, mason, 4th concession, part lot 4. 
Gay, Mrs. Nancy, widow, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Gay, Robert, merchant, 4th concession, part lot 2. 
Geary, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 
Geen, Charles, yeoman, 7th concession, east half lot 12. 
George, Johanna, 9th concession, part lot 4. 
George, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 4. 
George, Thomas, yeoman, 10th concession, east half lot 4. 
Gerow, Isaac, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 
Gerow, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 11. 
Gerow, William, yeoman, 13th concession, lot 5. 
Gibson, Elizabeth,- 8th concession, part loi; 11. 
Gifford, Charles, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 10, 
GILROY, WILLIAM, postmaster, merchant, Roslin.— S«e jldv. p. 265, 
Goggins, Mrs. E., widow, 13th concession, west half lot 3. 
>ordenear, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 
Gorden, James, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 19. 
Gorden, John, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 20, 
Gorden, Robert, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 19. 
Goudy, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 13. 
Goudy, Mary Anne, widow, 6th concession, part lot 13. 
Graham, Francis, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Graham, Francis, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 19. 
Graham, George, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 19. 
Graham, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 13. 
Graham, Mrs. Mary Ann, widow, 10th concession, pait lot 18. 
Graham, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 20. 
Graham, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 13. 
Green, Bernard, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 2. 

-WILLIAM GILROT, 



R O S LI N , 



DEALER IN 



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READY MADE CLOTHING, Ac, Ac, 

igtantly on hand 
paid (br all kinds of produce. 



Keeps constantly on hand a complete and fUU assortment. The highest price 
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Green, Mrs. Grace, 9th concession, part lot 2. 
Griffin, Samuel, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 12. 
Gscve.., John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 12. 
Gunning, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Gunning, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 5. 
Hagerman, Joseph, yeoman, 6th concession part lot 1. 
Hagerman, Mark, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 1. 
Bagger ty, George, yeoman, 11 th concession, part lot 5. 
Haggerty, James, jr., ye jman, 2d concession, part lot 4. 
Haggerty, James, J.P., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 
Haggerty, James, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 6. 
Haggerty, M., yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 5. 
Haight, Charles, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 
Halbert, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 17. 
Hallet, Simeon, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 16. 
Ballet, William, yeoman, 2d concession, lot 18. 
Hamilton, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 7. 
Barley, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Harri.^, William, yeoman, 16th concession part lot 8. 
BarrisoD, James, yeoman, ?th concession, part lot 19. 
Barrison, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 18. 
Barrington, William, jeoman, 12tb concession, part lot 2. 
Barrey, Alexander, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. 
Barvey, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. 
Haskins, Ira, blacksmith, 3d concession, part lot 12. 
Baskins, James, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 5. 
Bawkins, John, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 1. 
Bawkins, Thomas, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 3. 
Benderson, Alexander, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 14, 
Barrety, Samuel, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 8. 
Bibbard, Joseph, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 3. 
Bicks, Edward, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 6. 
Bodgins, James, yeoman, 7lh concession, part lot 19. 
Bogg, William, yeoman, 14th concession, east half lot 6. 
Bolden, Sylvester, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 
Bolinger, James, mason, 6tb concession, part lot 12. 
Bolinger, Thomas, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 9. 
Bolinger, William, mason, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Bolmes, Bugb, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 14. 
Borrigan, James, yeoman, Utb, concession, part lot 17. 
Bough, Martin, yeoman, 12th concession, west half lot 9. 
Bough ton, Elijah, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Boward, George, yeoman, 14th concession, west half lot 6, 
Boward, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 12. 
Bulgate, Charles, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 9. 
Buston, John, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 12. 
Buston, Johnston, yeoman, Ist concession, west half lot 12, 
Irvin, Alexander, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 12. 
Irvin, Andrew, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 9. 
Irvin, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 11. 
Jeffrey, Carson, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3. 
Jeffrey, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 1. 
Johnson, Conger, yeoman, 10th concession, lot 17. 
Johnson, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 6. 
Johnson, Robert J , yeoman, 9th concession, lot 19. 



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Johnson, William, jeoman, 9th concession, part lot 5. 
Jon«s8, Francis, yeoman, 5ih concession, part lot 4. 
Jones, Grofif, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 4. 
Jones, John, yeoman, Sd concession, part lot 4. 
Jones, Thomas, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 17. 
Juby, Franklin, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 2. 
Justice, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 
Keller, \lmira, widow, 4th concession, part lot 12. 
Kemp, Abraham, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 2. 
Kennedy, John, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 15. 
Kerby, Michael, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 6. 
Kerr, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 
Kerr, Thomas, jeom&n, 4th concessic »a3t half lot 9. 
Ketcheson, Charles, yeoman, 3d conceb:.:on, part lot 14. 
KetchesoD, Elijah, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 14. 
Ketoheson, James, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 14. 
Ketcheson, Nicholas, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 12. 
Ketcheson, Owen R., J.P., yeoman, 1st concession, lot 13. 
Ketcheson, Philip, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 14. 
Ketcheson, Samuel, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 14. 
Ketcheson, Wyatt, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 14. 
Kilpatrick, Robert, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 6. 
Kilpatrick, Samuel, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 6. 
King, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Kirk, Charles, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 11. 
Laferty, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 4, 
Lahey, James, yeoman, 14th concession, lot 5. 
Lalone, Nathaniel, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 7. 
Lalone, William, laborer, 4th concession, part lot 9. 
Lancaster, Mark, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 9. 
Lattimore, Francis, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 12. 
Lattimore, Robert, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 12. 
Lennox, Isaac, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 18. 
Lezard, Lewis, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 16. 
Lezard, Peter, yeoman, 3d concession, west half lot If 4 
Lidster, George, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 6. 
Lidster, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 
Lidster, John 6., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 6. 
Lidster, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 
Lidster, William T., yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 4. 
Lloyd, Asa, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
Lloyd, Cinderella, Ist coLcession, part lot 6. 
Lloyd, Edward, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 6. 
Lloyd, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 6. 
Lloyd, John G., yeoman, 2d concession, part lut 12. 
Lowery, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 19. 
Lowery, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 19. 
Luke, John, yeoman, 2d concession, lot 1. 
Luke, P., J. P., yeoman, 2d concession, lot 1. 
Lundy, JohnB., yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 10. 
Mains, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Maize, Elizabeth, widow, 5th concession, part lot 3. 
Maize, James S., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 
Maize, Richaid, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 
Martin, Alexander, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 



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Martin, Alexander, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 18. 
Martin, Charles, jeoman, 9th concession, part lot 1. 
Martin, Thomas, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 6. 
Martin, William, innkeeper, Roslin's Gorners. 
Martin, William, yeoman, Ist concession, part 11. 
Martin, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 20. 
Martin, William Henry, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 16. 
Martin. Tames, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 19. 
Martin, James T., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 11. 
Marsh, Edward, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
Mason, Alexander, J. P., Boslin Corners. 
Maynes, Samuel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot IS. 
Maynes, William, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 16. 
Mills, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 16. 
Mills, William, yeomar^ 1st concession, part lot 16. 
Mitchell, Joseph, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 8. 
Mitts, Alexander, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Mitts, George, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Mitts, Lewis, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Mitts, Morton, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 14. 
Mitts, Mrs. Dinah, widow, 6th concession, part lot 5. 
Mitts, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Moon, Alsina, yeoman, 4th concession, east half lot 11. 
Moon, Peter, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 17. 
Moon, Peter, J. P., yeoman, 2d conc«s8i:>n, part lot 17. 
Morrison, Ghristoper, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 20. 
Morrison, James, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 13. 
Morton, Mark, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 17. 
Mullen, Charles, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 5. 
MuUett, Arthur, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 14. 
Mullett, Edmund, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 9. 
MuUett, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 
Mullett, William, sen., yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 1 7. 
Mu"ett, William, jun., yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 17. 
Mulrain, Michael, yeoman, I3th concession, part lot I. 
Mumby, Charles, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 7. 
Murphy, John, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 9. 
Murphy, Michael, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 9. 
Murphy, Patrick, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 12. 
Murphy, Patrick, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 11. 
Murray, Andeison, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 8. ■ 
Murray, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 8. 
Murray, William, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 6. 
McClucky, Susannah, widow, 8th concession, part lot 5. 
McGlure, John, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 10. 
McCormick, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 2. 
McCormick, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 14. 
McCumber, Edward, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 11. 
McOumber, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 12. 
McCumber, Peter, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 
McOumber, Sylvester, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 
McEnvoy, Elizabeth, 4th concession, part lotl. 
McEroy, Edward, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 18. 
McEroy, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
McEroy, Mrs., widow, 4th concession, part lot 7. 



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McEvoy, Patrick, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 
McEroy, Patrick, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 15. 
UcEvoy, Ovren, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 7. 
McEToy, Francis, yeoman, 4th concession, east half lot 7. 
McQilrray, Angus, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 9. 
HcGilrray, Malcolm, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 10. 
McOlade, Peter, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 2. 
HcGraw, Thomas, yeoman, 11th concession, west half lot 14, 
HcQrow, John, yeoman, 11th concession, lot 14. 
McGaire, Charles, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 8. 
IfoGuire, James, sen., yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 8. 
McGuire, Samuel, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 10. 
McGaire, Samuel, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 8. 
Mclnroy, Andrew, yc. -^an, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Mclnroy, Dancan, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
McKee, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
McEee, /,?hn, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
McKim, Isaiah, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 5. 
McKinnon, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 7. 
McMillen, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 
McMullen, Charles, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
McMuUen, John, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 3. 
IIcMullen, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 5. 
McMullen, Russiell, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
McMullen, William, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 9. 
McTaggart, Allen, fanning mill maker, 3d concession, part lot 16. 
McTaggart, Archibald, carpenter, 3d concession, part lot 2. 
Newell, Thomas, yeoman, 13th concession, yart lot 2. 
Newton, Richard, yeoman, 3d concession, lot 19. 
Nichol, Thomas, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 14. 
Nicholson, David, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 8. 
Nicholson, Elisha^ yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 8. 
Nickson, William, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 20. 
O'Connell, James, yeoman, 12th concessiou, lot 4. 
O'Donnell, Daniel, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot II. 
O'Hara, Daniel, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 3. 
O'Reilly, John, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 4. 
O'Reilly, Patrick, yeoman, 14th concession, lot 4. 
Osborne, James, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 9. 
Osborne, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 
Ostrom, Henry, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 12. 
OutwateiJ, Lewis, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 16. 
Palmer, David, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 9. 
Palmer, Ira, yeoman, 11th concession, lot 8. 
Parks, James, yeon::in, 1st concession, part lot 7. 
Parks, Mrs., widow, 13th concession, part lot 20. 
Peak, Thomas, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 9. 
Peck, Isaac, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Pennyman, Joseph, yeoman, 14tb concession, part lot 12. 
Perry, Miro, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 13. 
Perry, Robert R , yeoman, 13th concession, lot 1. 
Perry, Thomas R., yeoman, 13th concession, lot 11. 
Peterson, Cornelias H., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Peterson, William, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 18. 
Phelps, Edgar, carpenter, 4th concession, part lot 1. 



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Phillips, Daniel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Phillips, Elisha, school teacher, 8th concession, part lot lOf 
Phillips, Hiram, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 2. 
Phillips/W'illiam, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 3. 
Pogue, William, yeoman, 6th concession, east half lot 16. 
Pool, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Post, Elisha, yeoman, 4th concessioi, part lot 12. 
Post, Hiram M., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 9. 
Post, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 12. 
Porter, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 
Porter, Samuel, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 18. 
Prest, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 
Pringle, Margaret, v Idow, 7th concession, lot 11. 
Pringle, Uriah S., yeoman, 7th concession, east half lot 10. 
Prentice, George, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 16. 
Prentice, William, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 18. 
Preston, Robert, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 6. 
Price, Mrs. Mary, widow, 14th concession, part lot 15. 
Ransom, Samuel, tailor, 6tb concession, part lot 7. 
Ranson, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
Ray, Samuel, yeoman, 6 th concession, part lot 8. 
Ray, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. 
Reid, Andrew, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Reid, Anson, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 
Reid, Francis, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 2. 
Reid, George, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 2. 
Reid, Gilbert, yeoman, 7 th concession, part lot 3. 
Reid, Hiram, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1. 
Reid, Hiram, yeoman, 7th concession, pert lot 2. 
Reid, Isaac, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 3. 
Reid, Isaac B., yeoman, 2<1 <^oncos8ion, part lot 3. 
Reid, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 
Reid, John, yeoman, l4tb concession, part lot 9. 
Reid, Miles, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 2. 
Reid, Mrs. Mary, widow, 7 th concession, part lots 2 and 3. 
Reid, Nesbet, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 2. 
Reid, Sidmund, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 2. 
Reid, Thomas, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 6. 
Reid, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 2. 
Reid, Wyat, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 2. 
Reynolds, Francis, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 7. 
Reynolds, Sidney, yeoman, 13th concession, lot 14. 
Riplett, John, yeoman, 14th concession, west half lot 5. 
Robinson, Metthew, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 14. 
Rollins, George, jun., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. 
Rollins, George, sen., weaver, 6th concession, part lot 9. 
Rollins, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 
Rollins, Samuel, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 12. 
Root, George, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 11. 
Ross, Oornelius, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 1. 
Ross, George, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 2. 
Roy, Samuel, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 
Rushnell, Adam, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 5. 
Rushnell, Joseph, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 6. 
Rutledge, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 4. 



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Ratledge, Robert, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 
Ryan, James J., J.P., yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 6. 
Sails, Elijah, yeoman, 4th concession^ part lot 1. 
Salsbury, Jacob, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 15. 
Salsbury, Samuel, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 15. 
Sanders, Benjamin F., yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 3. 
Sargent, Elisha, wood turner, 6th concession, part lot 4. 
Sargent, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 4. 
Sargent, Oran, yeoman, 4th concession, part L^ 10. 
Sargent, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 12. 
Sayers, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot II. 
Sayers, William, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 10. 
Schryver, George, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 3. 
Schryrer, Walter, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 9. 
Scott, Andrew, blacksmith, Smithville. 
Setgar, Thomas, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 17. 
Sharp, Gilbert, yeoman, 7 concessic-^, part lot 6. 
Shaw, John, shoemalcer, 7th conce^r^ion, part lot 8. 
Sheffield, James R., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 9. 
Sills, John, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 4. 
Sills, Robert, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
Smith, George, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 12. 
Snider, Andrew, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 9. 
Snider, Jacob, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 9. 
Sparrow, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Spence, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 15. 
Spencer, Caleb, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 
Spencer, Gideon, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 
Stoneburgh, John, yeoman, 14th concession, east half lot 7. 
Stout, James, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 7. 
Stout, Richard, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 7. 
Stout, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 6. 
Sullivan, Jeremiah, yeoman, 8 th concession, ^art lot 6. 
Srreetman, Edward, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 14.' 
Sweetman, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
Tapson, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 5. 
Tapson, Mrs. Mary, 10th concession, part lot 5. 
Thompson, Albert^ yeoman, Srd concession, part lot 12. 
Thompson, Charles, yeoman, 2nd coiicessiou, part lot 2. 
Thompson, George, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 12. 
Thompson, John, sawyer, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
Thrasher, S., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 
Thrasher, Zedoch, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 8. 
Ticbett, Darid, yeoman, 1st concession, east half lot 16. 
TuUough, David, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 3. 
Tuman, Cotton, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 8. 
Tuman, William, yeoman, 9th concession, east half lot 9. 
Tweedy, Edward, yeoman, 10th concession, lot 9. 
Tweedy, Robert, sawyer, 8th concession, part lot 10. 
Tweedy, Samuel, yeoman, lOth concession, part lot 9. 
Vandewater, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 13. 
Vankoughnet, Charles, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 3. 
Yannorman, Allen, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 7. 
Vannorman, Stuart, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 2. 
Taatassell, Salver, yeoman, 2nd coacession, part lot 15. 



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Venn, William, eabinetmaker, 8th oonoesiion, part lot 8. 
Waddy, Robert, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 12. 
Wallace, Arthur, yeoman, Sth concession, lot 2. 
Wallace, John, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 4. 
Wannamaker, Stuart, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 12. 
Watson, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 13. 
Welch, Oharles, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 14. 
White, Thomas, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 3. 
Wiggins, George, yeomas, 8tb concession, part lot 9. 
Wiggins, William, yecman, 9th concession, part lot 3. 
Wilkini.*, William, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 7. 
Willson, Robert, sen., yeoman, lit concession, part lot 4. 
Willsoc, \obert, yeoman, Istcracession, part lot 3. 
Willson, William J., yeomaa, (oth concession, lot 18. 
Wood, Dancan, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot IS. 
Wood, James, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 3. 
Wood, John, J.P., yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 4. 
Wood, Robert, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 2. 
Wood, Sarah, widow, Sth concession, part lot 2. 
Wright, Bnoch, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 4. 
Wright, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part ?ot 6. 
Wright, James, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 19. 
Toung, Alex., yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 9. 
Young, Jacob, yeoman, 14th concession, lot 9. 
Young, Richard, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 9. 



LAKE. 



This is the first of the tier of townships on the west of the Has- 
tings road. For mnnioipol purposes it is partly connected with 
Marmora, and partly with Tudor. It was surveyed in 1827, but 
Tery little has been done towards its settlement. Copper and lead 
ores in large quantities have been found in different parts of this 
township. 

Acker, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 

Adams, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 3. 

Airhart Adam, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 6. 

Airhart, Ashail, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 

Airhart, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 7. 

Airhart, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 7. 

Airhart, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 

Butler, Birss, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 86. 

Batler, James, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 85. 

Butler, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 83. 

Gain, Patrick, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 8. 

Gallaghan, John, yeoman, 10th concession, lot 9. 

Condon, William, yeoman, 10th coucession, part lot 10. , 

Couch, Daniel, yeoman, 2d concession, part let 21. 

Dalton, Thomas, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 87. 

Delady, Martin, yeoman, 10 th concession, part lot 9. 

Delany, Michael, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 10. 

Delany, Patrick, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 9. 

Donoghue, Edward, yeoman, 10th concession, lot 9. 

Donoghue, Patrick, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 10. 

Donoghue, William, yeoman, lltb concession, part lot 10. 

Finlenson, David, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 1^6. 

Gillespie, James, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 6. 

Hall, Robert, yeoman, llth concession, part lot 98. 

Henderson, Daniel, jun., yeoman, 11 concession, part lot 89. 

Henderson, Daniel, sen., yeoman, llth concession part lot 89.. 

Hoard, Enos, yeoman, llth concession, part lot 19. 

Hoard, Hyle, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 20. 

Hoard, Roderick, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 

Hogan, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 7. 

Hogan, Michael, yeoman, llth concession, part lot 8. 

Jackson, Samuel, yeoman, llth concession, part lot 6. 

Loueks, Jeremiah, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 12. 

Haloney, Thomas, yeoman, llth, concession, part lot 10. 

Murphy, Charles, yeoman, llth concession, part lot 102> 

Murphy, Patrick, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 7. 



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Marphf, Perrj, jeoman, 9th concession, part lot 7. 
McGregor, James, jeoman, 11th concession, part lot 06. 
McLean, John, yeoman, llth concession, part lot 93. 
MtLean, William, yeoman, llth concession, part lot 101. 
Nicholson, Ohester, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 16. 
Raney, John, yeoman, llth concession, part lot 64. 
Sofa, Stephen, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
Stanley, Qeorge, yeoman, llth concession, part lot 74. 
Stewart, Joseph, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 23. 
Sweeney, Oornelius, yeoman, 10th concv-'sion, part lot 8. 
Sweeney, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 8. 
Thomson, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 32. 
Yansickle, Henry, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 4. 
Washburn, Daniel, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 5. 
Washburn, Fredericlc, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 6. 



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LIMERICK. 



This is the second ToTtnship on the east side of the Ilastini^ 
Road. It is bounded on the north by the Township of Dun- 
gannop, on the east by the Township of Gashel, on the south by 
the Township of Tudor, and on the west by the Hastings Road. 
It contains 54,139 acres, including roads and water, and was 
partly surreyed in 1857, by Q. Johnson, and in 1863, the residue 
(40,539 acres) was surveyed by H. A. F. McLeod. About one 
fifth of the land is good and well fitted for the purpose of agri- 
culture ; three-tenths may be classed as fair, and is rather indif- 
ferent for farming purposes, being shallow and rocky ; the remain- 
ing half may be put down as poor, being light, sandy and rooky, 
quite unfit for farming. There are some extensive beaver meadows, 
from which the settlers and lumbermen mow quantities of hay, 
and which, with a little cultivation, would become excellent 
meadows. The largest part of the Township is covered with hem- 
look, pine and cedar. The Township is well watered with streams 
and lakes, the largest of them, Salmon Lake, covers 1539 acres. 
Large quantities of salmon are caught in the lakes. Deer are very 
numerous, and are a great assistance to the settlers. There is also 
a good deal of trapping on the lakes and rivers. 



Bowman, Bennett, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 14. 
Bowman, Leonard, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 13. 
Burgher, James, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 12. 
Burkett, John, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 12. 
Campbell, Robert, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 49. 
Gannlff, Joseph, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 8. 
Casement, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 13. 
Conley, Lawrence, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 15. 
Dermo, Edson, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 3. 
Eastman, David, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9. 
Eastman, Henry A., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 11. 
Embury, Albert, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 14. 
Embury, Peter, yecman, Ist concession, part lot 15. 
Fair, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 16. 
Fair, Marshall, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 15. 
Fraser, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 10. 



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LIMERICK DIREOTORT. 



Frr. Alven J., yeoman, 3rd concesBion. part lot 19. 
QibboDi, Jamei, yeomfto, 16th concciaion, part lot 12. 
Ham, William, yeoman, 2nd conoesiion, part lot 16. 
Hennesty, John, yeoman, 2nd coneeMion, part lot 1. 
Henneasy, Richard, yeoman, lat conceaaion, part lots 1 and 2. 
Kemp, John, yeoman, 3rd conceaaion, part lot 17. 
Kinnkee, William, yeoman, Grant B, part lota S7, 68, 69 and 601 
Leonard, John, yeoman, 2nd conceaaion, part lot 9. 
Liddle, Jamaa, yeoman, Ist conceaaion, part lot 29. 
Livingatone, Colin, yeoman, Qrant E, part lot 76. 
LivingHtone, Oorneliua, yeoman, Hasttnga road, part lot 73. 
Livingatone, John, yeoman, Haatinga road, part lot 71. 
Maybee, Malcolm, yeoman, lat conceaaion, part lot 1. 
Menziea, Alexander, yeoman, 6th conceaaion, part lot 6. 
Moor«, Jamea, yeoman, lat conceaaion, part lot 17. 
Moore, Thomaa, yeoman, 2Dd concession, part lot 7. 
Murphy, John, yeoman, lat concession, part lot 31. 
McDermot, Peter, yeoman, 14th conceaaion, part lot 11. 
McGregor, Archibald, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 30. 
McLenaan, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 3. 
McTaggert, Albert, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
McTaggart, Robert, yeoman, lat concession, part lot 10. 
Nugent, Patrick, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 7. 
Robinson, Angus, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 30. 
Russell, Alexander, 14th conceaaion, part lot 3. 
Russell, Joseph, 14th concession part lots I and 2. 
Russell, Martin, yeoman, 13th concession, part lots 14 and 1&. 
Russell, Reuben, yeoman, 16th conceaaion, part lots 2 and 3. 
Sine, Bidwell, yeoman, lat concession, part lot 16. 
Solmes, Timothy, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 12. 
Steembourg, John^ yeoman, lat concession, part lot 22. 
Steembourg, William, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 21. 
Swayne, E. W., yeoman. Grant E, part lots 7 and 8. 
Sweet, Benoni. yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 33. 
Vaux, Ghailes, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 61. 
Yaux, Charles M., yeoman. Grant E, part lot 6. 
Vaux, James, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 63. 
Watt, Coleman, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 3. 
Watt, Daniel, yeoman, 16th concession, part lots 4 and S. 
Watt, Smith, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1. 
Wolman, Willium, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 
Wilson, James, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 32. 
Woodward, A. B., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 10. 
Wright, Peter, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
Wright, Robert, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 13. 
Wright, Stephen G., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 
Wright, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 13. 
Young, Isaac, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 12. 



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MADOC (VILLAGE). 



The village of Madoo is situated on Door Crook, in the centre 
east and west, and near the southern boundury of the Township 
of Madoo. It is distant north from the town of Belleville about 
26 miles, to which place a fine gravel road runs. It is about mid- 
way between the oast and wost boundaries of the County, and 
nearly central in the North Riding. Roads extend on the south- 
east, twelve miles tu the village of Tweed, in Uungerford; on the 
east, nine miles to Bridgewater, in Elzevir ; northeast, nine miles 
to Queensboro', in Elzevir ; north, ten miles to Bannockburn, in 
Madoc ; west, eleven miles to Marmora village, in Marmora ; south- 
west to Stirling, sixteen miles in Rawdon. It is principally sur- 
rounded by an agricultural country, producing wheat, rye, barley 
oats, peas, &o. , but it is also rich in minerals. Two miles to the 
north-west are large mines of iron ore, which have been success- 
fully worked by U. Seymour, Esq., and others ; but the carriage 
over the old mud road to market was too much of a barrier, and 
the works were temporarily suspended. It is expected that steps 
will soon be taken to put them again into operation. East, west, 
north and south from the village, discoveries have been made in 
gold, and a large number of quartz mills have been erected and 
are in course of erection. There is a quartz mill in the village, 
the property of the Merchants' Union Mining Company. Within 
half a mile of the village, is a splendid quarry of marble. The 
extent of these deposits is, as yet, comparatively unknown ; though 
from the formation and the excavations which have taken place, 
there is no doubt of their existence in large quantities, and when 
fully developed must make Madoc village a place of very great 
importance. From the extensive mineral resources of this districts 
and being surrounded by a fine agricultural country, and being the 
outlet of the Hastings road, it commands a steady and safe busi- 
ness. Afi that road is opening up, and the country is settling with 
an industrious and enterprising population, business must in- 
crease, and the village become an important town. 



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MADOC (village) DIRECTORY. 



The chief road of the County runs through the village, extend- 
ing north of it over 80 miles, and about 100 miles north of Belle- 
ville. Thirty-eight miles of this is a good gravel road, and the 
balance is now being put in a most efficient state of repair by the 
Government. Since the last Directory was issued, a large popu- 
lation has found its way into the Townships north of the York 
Branch, and large tracts of good land being found, there is every 
prospect of its development adding materially to the wealth of the 
County, and particularly to Madoc village, it being the outlet 
through which the wealth of that section of the country passes. 
Already large supplies of merchandise of various kinds are daily 
shipped from this place to that part of the country, in exchange 
for cash received by the settlers from the large lumbering, firms in 
that section, for their produce. The village made but slow pro- 
gress for some years after the first cluster of houses took that 
name ; but when the gravelled roads were opened from Belleville, 
and the country on the Hastings road began to be developed, a new 
life was infused into it, and the gold excitement of the last two 
years has also made a decided change in the cha^'acter of the place. 
A large number of new buildings have been erected, among which 
can be enumerated a new church, extensive improvements to 
churches already erected, two large buildings for hotel purposes 
and a quartz crushing mill. There are two flouring and grist 
mills ; one in nearly the centre of tho village. The building is of 
frame, three and a half stories in height, and has two run of stones. 
The arrangements of the mill are of the most convenient kind, and 
the machinery of the most improved description. The mill is sup- 
plied with water by a tank leading from a dam about 150 feet up 
the stream. The capacity of the mill is from 70 to 80 barrelr per 
day. In the southern part of the village is another flouring mill^ 
owned by .Mr, Charles Kirk. This mill was originally intended 
to be run by steam during the summer, when water was low ; but 
it was deemed too expensive, and has been dispensed with. Ihe 
mill has two run of stones, and is principally used for gristing 
purposes. 

The village possesses five churches — Presbyterian, Church of 
England, Wesleyan Methodist, Episcopal Methodist and Roman 
Catholic. There are two grist mills, one saw mill, five general 



stores, six grocery stores, one clothing store, one druggist, one tin 
and hardware shop, three hotels, one foundry, two planing mills, 
one carding and fulling mill, four carriage shops, four blacksmiths 
one tannery, one harness shop, two cabinet shops, four shoe shops, 
two tailors shops, five millinery shops, two cooper shops, two 
butchers, two daguerreian artists, a watchmaker, a brickmaker, two 
painters, two bakers, a telegraph office, three law offices, one pump 
maker, one livery stable, a billiard room. 

In its relations to the rest of the County, this village is one of the 
most important in it. It is in the centre east and west, and occu. 
pies a central point north and south. North of Hog Lake about 
two miles, the road that crosses the lake, by bridges from island to 
island — and the only place where bridges could be built — passes 
through the village, consequently a large section of country, com- 
prising not less than twelve Townships, must pass through it in 
order to reach Belleville. It is the central point in the North 
Riding, and in case of a division of the County, will likely be 
the County Town. It is remarkable for the enterprise of its 
inhabitants, when the size of the place is taken into consideration. 
First class stores, first class hotels, large and handsome churches, 
and a superior building for school purposes. 

The Madoc Mercury is published weekly in the village, by Mr. 
A. Smallfield. 

There is a fine brick school house, in which a free school is kept 
under the charge of a male and a female teacher; The present 
teachers are Mr. J. W. Dafoe, and Miss E. Mowatt. 

A daily mail leaves every morning for Belleville, and returns 
every evening. The population is about 1,000. 

Police Trustees. — John Dale, D. C. Brown, Edward Mouncey. 

Wesleyan Methodist Church. — Rev. J. Lawson and Rev. E. 
Ford, Pastors. Hours of Service, half-past ten, a. m., and half- 
past six o'clock, p. m. Sabbath school with an average attendance 
of forty. 

Episcopal Methodist Church. — Rev. D. Pomeroy and Rev. J. 
Sparrow, Pastors. Hours of service, half-past ten, a.m., and half- 
past six, p. m. Sabbath school with an average attendance of 
forty. 



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Presbyterian Church. — Rev. David Wishart, Pastor. Hour 
of servioe, oldven o'clock, a. m. Sabbath school with an average 
attendance of siziy. Library contains 600 volumes. 

Church of England. — Rev. M. Mockeridge, Pastor. Dr. Loomis 
and T. S. Agar, Churchwardens. Hours of servioe, half-pasf> ten 
o'clock, a. m. Sabbath school with an average attendance of 
thirty. 

Roman Calholic Church. — Rev. M. Lawlor, Priest. Hour of 
service half-past ten o'clock, a.m. 

Township Library. — The library contains about 300 volumes, 
of a miscellaneous chariicter. Any resident of the township can 
obtain the loan of a book for two weeks, on payment of one cent. 
E. Mouncey, librarian. 



Adams, H., carpenter, with J. Fitzgerald. 

AUt, John, clerk, with A. Wright. 

Armstrong, John, clerk, with A. F. "Wood & Co., north side Cooper street. 

Armstrong, Mrs., widow, north side Cooper street. 

Aspin, A., south side Division street. 

ATKINS, W. H., shoemaker and clothier, east side Durham street.— /S'ee 

Jldv. p. 281. 
Aylsworth, J. B., surveyor, north Catholic Church. 
Baalam, Miss, milliner, east side Durham street. 
Bailey, Jacob, yeoman, west side Durham street. 
Bailey, Thomas, yeoman, west side Durham street. 
Bateman, Joseph, constable, brick manufacturer. 
Begg, P., job printer, south side Division street. 
Bentcliffe, E., south side Cooper street. 

Berryman, — barber and hairdresser, south side Cooper street. 
Bristol, W., carriage maker and blacksmith. 
Brooks, G. M., grocer, corner Durham and Division streets. 
Brooks, R., teamster, east side Durham street. 
Brown, David C, blacksmith, south side Division street. 
Burns, G. S., at the North American hotel. 
Campbell, D., north side Cooper street. 
Caverly, Joseph, carriage maker, north side Cooper street. 
Coe & McPherson, land agents, east side Donald street. 
Goe, William, firm of C. & Macpherson, h. east side Donald street. 
Christie, John, south side Division street. 
Christie, Mrs., photographer, east side Donald street. 
Coleman, Thomas, miller, Marmora road. 

Cowan, manager Anglo-Saxon Crushing Mill, east side Donald street. 
Grom, — north side Division street. 
Gross, Thomas, merchant, east side Donald street. 
Church (Church of England), east side Donald street. 
Gharch (Episcopal Methodist), south side Division street. 
Church (Presbyterian), south side Cooper street. 



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T. A. MITCHELL, 

GEffEEAL GEOCEE, 

UQUOR AND PaOVISION MERCHANT, 

ados; ¥ILI.A.Gg. 



CLOTHING & BOOT & SHOE STOEE, 

FRONT ST., MADOC, 

One door north of J. Dale's Tin shop. 



A SPLENDID assortment of Ready-Made Clothing, Oents' Furnishing 
Goods, Boots and Shoes always in stock, as cheap as can be obtained 
in the County of Hastings. 

JOSEPH S. FITZGERALD, 

BUILDB R, 

» 

Saslk, Blind asd Bow Haiiiifactimr, 

SOUTH SIDE OF DIVISION STREET, MADOC VILLAGE. 

THE NORTH AMERICAN HOTEL, 

COOPER S'l., laloc, imediately oiposite tlie POST OFFICE, 



"W. IJUI3GHN8, - 



Proprietor. 



HThe North American Hotel ia quite equal, in all its amngementa to aajr 
niat-olaaa Hotel in any village in Canada. 

▲ Good Tard aind Stable* attached to the premises. 
All tbe liSqnors are of the very beet Quality and Brands. 

17" Fine Ale and Porter alvraye on draaight. 

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Church (Roman Catholic), east side Donald street. 

Church (Wesleyan Methodist), sooth side Division street. 

Dafoe, J. W., school teacher. 

Dale, John, tinsmith, west side Durham street. 

Deans, Gray & McGregor, general merchants, east side Durham street. 

Deans, James, firm D., G. & McG., east side Durham street. 

Declare, Murney, butcher, south side Donald street. 

Dean, F., billiard room, north side Cooper street. 

Dingman, H., yeoman, south side Division street. 

Dolan, J., west side Durham street. 

Driscoll, Simon, tailor, north aide Cooper street. 

Dunn, Henry, license inspector, road surveyor, north side Division street. 

Dunn, John, yeoman, north sido Division street. 4 

Dunn, 0. W., yeoman, north side Division street. 

Dunn, William, yeoman, north side Division street. 

Eastwood, John, bowling alley, east side Donald street. 

Elmer, W. W., M.D., north side Division street. 

Fitzgerald, James, attorney, conveyancer, &c., north side Cooper street. 

FITZGERALD, JOSEPH, carpenter and joiner, south side DivisioD 

street. — See Mv. p. 281. 
Foote, D., tailor, east side Durham street. 
Forneri, G. C, firm F. & K., north side Cooper street. 
Forneri & Kennedy, civil and mining engineers, north side Cooper 

street. 
Foster, John, sboemalier, north side Division street. 

Foster, Joseph, carpenter, 'iOrth side Cooper street. 

Franklin, Edward, west side Durham street. 

Fraser, S., carpenter, north side Division street' 

Fretts, Norman, yeoman, north side Division street. 

Fuller, William, yeoman, south side Division street. 

Gray, Robert T., firm Deans, Gray & McGregor, east side Durham street. 

Gray, Walter, carpenter, Marmora road. 

Gream, Charles, coroner, conveyancer, &c., north side Division street. 

Gufifin, Spencer, carpenter, north side Division street. 

Gustin, S., pump manufacturer, south side Cooper street. 

Harper, John, baker and confectioner, east side Durham street. 

Heyworth, James, cabinet maker, west side Dnndas street. 

Heyworth, John, cabinet maker, west side Dundas street. 

Hipson, W., with Tohn White, at Foundry. 

Huffman, Allan, firm H. & Son, north side Cooper street. 

HuflFtaian k Son, Huffman house, north side Cooper street. 

HUDGINS, WILLIAM, North American hotel, north side Cooper street. 
— See Mv. p. 281. 

Hulin, John, yeoman, west side Durham street. 

Hulin, W., clerk, with Deans, Gray & McGregor. 

Jusly, Henry, mail carrier, south side Division street. 

Kennedy, L., firm Forneri & Kennedy, provincial land surveyor, Cooper 
street. 

Kirk, Charles, mill owner, west side Durham street. 

Lawson, Rev. William, Wesleyan Methodist, south side Division street. 

Lott, C, miller, south side Cooper street. 

Macgregor, M., livery stable, east side Dur'iam street. 

Maclellan & Maclellan, barristers, comer Durham and Cooper street. 

Marren, Owen, shoemaker, north side Cooper street. 

Maybee, A., painter, south side Cooper street. 



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Medical Hall , Durham St., Madoc. 

CHEMIST & DRU66I8T, 

DXALXR IN 

Brogs, Chemicals, Perfaacry, Patent leucines, Bye Staffs, Paiits, 
Oils and Varnisli ] Stationery and Seliool Books. 

E. MOUNCEY, 

^^j.]SrD CLOTHIER, 
JSTETST STORE. 



WILLIAM WARD, 

Has established a Store in Madoc, where he bs' opened ont a good Stock 
of Grocbries, Boots aiid Shoes, andGROOKBr.x. His Stock of Groceries 
will always be found complete ; tbe Boot and Shoe Department has 
ererytbing suitable for wear ; and the assortment of Crockery will be 
Taried and complete. 

Doing business on the ready pay system, his goods Lave been 
marked at a small advance on the cost, and he feels warranted in say- 
ing that he can give as good bargains as can be obtained in Belleville. 

Remember the Store in the ARMSTRONQ BUILDINGS, adjoining 
Hudgin's North American Hotel, MADOC. 

~ LOXnS "WEISS, 

DBALBB in 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 

DURHAM STREET, MADOC VILLAGE- 

A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS AND SHOES OF ALL SIZES 
AND DESCRIPTIONS KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



RSip^Q^s i^gtstyi'irg© wDiriH s^s^TSigiss m^ di8ipat<sh» 



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Maybee, B., cabinet maker, soutb side Cooper street. 

MITCHELL, T. A., grocer, soutb side Cooper Btttet.—See Jldv. p. 281. 

Moon, Albert, Hastings bouse, west side Durbam street. 

Moon, Mrs. Lyman, widow, west side Durbam street. 

MOUNCEY, E., J.P., tailor, Townsbip treasurer, east side Durbam street. 

See Adv. p. 283. 
JklcBeatb, Miss, milliner, soutb side Donald street. 
McDonald, D,, bailiiF 6tb Division Court, nortb side Division street. 
3tfcGregor, Jobn, firm of Deans, Gray k McGregor, east side Durham 

street. 
McLean, James, mason, soutb side Cooper street. 
^IcPberson, A., firm of Goe k McPberson, east side Donald street. 
O'Flynn, E. D., general mercbant, postmaster, corner Cooper and Donald 

streets. 
Orr, William, blacksmitb, nortb side Division street. 
Pitts, James, teamster, soutb side Division street. 
Pomroy, Rev. J. C, Epijcopal Metbodist, soutb side Division street. 
Pouge, Joseph, yeoman, soutb side Cooper street. 
Price, Henry, mason, nortb side Division street. 
Rawe, G. D., watchmaker and jeweller, Division Court clerk, nortb 

side Cooper street. 
Heed, Andrew, carriage maker, nortb side Division street. 
Reed, Stephen, carriage maker, south side Division street. 
Richardson, James, soutb side Division street. 
Richmond, Mrs., seamstress, north side Division street. 
Rosebush, S. blacksmith, with S. Reed. 
Robertson, John, with A. F. Wood. 

Ross, A. B., k Bros, general merchants, corner Durbam and Elgin streets. 
Ross, A. B., firm Ross k Bros., corner Durham and Elgin streets. 
Ross, Daniel, J.P., east side Durbam street. 
>RoBS, Sidney, clerk, with A. B. Ross k Brother. 

Ross, Sylvester, firm Ross k Bros., corner Durbam and Elgin streets. , ;. 
Sinclair, Peter, harness maker, soutb side Division street 
Sleeper, Charles, north side Cooper street. 
Smallfield, Albert, editor and proprietor of Madoc jllfercurj/, nortb side 

Division street. . . 

-Smith, Gilbert, speculator, south side Division street. 
Yaux, Norman A., clerk, east side Durham street. 
Ward, N. carpenter, north side Division street. 
WARD, WILLIAM, general grocer, boots and shoes, crockery, north 

side Cooper. — See Adv. p. 283. 
Weed, — — , speculator, soutb side Division street. 
WEISS, LOUIS, shoemaker, east side Durham street.— 5«e Adv. p. 283. 
Whystock, James, teamster, nortb side Cooper street. 
WILSON, CHARLES G., chemist and druggist, and telegraph ope- 
rator, west side Durbam street. — See Adv. p. 283. 
Wilson, M., with C. G. Willson. 

Wishart, Rev. D., Presbyterian minister, soutb side Cooper street. 
WOOD, A. F., merchant, warden of County, store corner of Durham and 

Coopier street, h. east side Durbam street.^^e Adv. p. 000. 
Wood, Thomas S., east side Durham street. 
Wright, Andrew, grocer, baker and confectioner, west side Durham street. 



MADOC. 



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The Township of Madoo is situated in the North Riding of the 
County, and has made more rapid progress than any other muni< 
cipality in the back country. It is bounded on the north by 
Tudor, on the east by Elievir, on the south by Huntingdon, and 
on the West by Marmora. The principal village — Madoc — has 
gone ahead with remarkable rapidity, and bids fair soon to be a 
large and prosperous town. A description of the village will be 
found in connection with the alphabetical list of names. 

Bannockburn, situated in the 5th concession, lot 28, is a place 
of growing importance. It is the property of James Brown, Esq., 
of Belleville, and possesses capital sites for mills and factories. A 
flouring and two saw mills are in operation. The mills are leased 
by A. A. McCallum, Esq., and there being a good supply of water 
during the greater part of the season, a largo and successful busi- 
ness is being done. Here, too, the gold excitement has resulted 
in the erection of a fine Quartz Mill for the Toronto and Whitby 
Mining Company, whose property is close by, and where gold has 
been repeatedly found in paying quantities. The mill was built 
by Messrs. G. & J. Brown, founders, Belleville, and is one of the 
finest in the gold region. 

Eldorado, also in the same township, is famous as the location 
of the celebrated Richardson mine, and for being the rendezvous 
in the fall and wincer of 1866-67 of gold adventurers from al^ 
parts of this continent. A village sprang up here as if by magic, 
and in six months after the discovery of gold, about one hundred 
buildings had been erected. Village lots were sold at $100 to 
f 200 each, and places for a large town were laid out. Three or 
four quartz mills were erected, and every thing indicated an exten- 
sive and prosperous business. The reaction came, however, before 
half the expectations of gold seekers were realized, and now gold 
operations at this point, with the exception of the Richardson 
mine, are nearly at a stand still. It is the belief, however, of 



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experienced miners from other countries that the Richardson hill 
is rich with gold, and that quartz sufficient will be fouud there to 
keep half a dozen mills running profitably for the next thirty 
years. The gold discoveries here, as well as elsewhere, will be 
found treated in a more elaborate manner in another part ot this 
book. 

The soil in most parts of the Township of Madoc is excellent 
for agricultural purposes. One of the best evidences of this fact 
are the flourishing settlements, the comfortable farm-houses, the 
commodious barns and stables, the well-cultivated fields, which 
meet one at various points throughout the township. In addition 
to its being a good agricultural township, it abounds in mineral 
wealth. The iron ore of Madoc has been pronounced by the 
highest authority, not inferior to any in the world, but the mines 
have not yet been worked to any great extent. 

There are also lead mines and valuable quarries of marble an<| 
lithographic stone. The change in the Township during the 
last four years is very remarkable. Stone farm houses have taken 
the places of log and frame, and commodious barns and stables 
have replaced the dilapidated sheds and small roofs that covered 
the farmer's stock from the winter storms. The present popula- 
tion of the Township is about 5,000. 

Township Council, 1869. — A. F. Wood, Reeve ; Thos. Cross, 
Deputy Reeve ; James Blair, S. Ross, J. Tassie. 

Township Officers. — John R. Ketcheson, clerk; E. Moanoey, 
treasurer; B. Nicholson, collector; Henry Dunn, License Inspec- 
tor. 

Post Oj^ces.— Madoc, E. D. O'Flynn, Post Master ; Oooper, 
^th concession, lot 22, Thos. Allen, P.M.; Bannockburn, 5th 
concession, lot 28, W. H. Carpenter, P.M. ; Eldorado, R. Dixon, 
P.M. 

Qih Division Court. — G. D. Rawe, clerk ; P. 0. address, Madoc. 

Presbyterian Church. — One in Madoc Village, St. Peters ; one 
at Allen's settlement, St. Columba ; one at Rupert's, St. Johns, 
Rev. D. Wishart, minister. 



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Church of England. — One at Madoc Village, Rev. Mr. Mac 
keridgo, Incumbent. 

Wcslei/an Methodist Church. — One in Village of Madoo, and 
one at Uazzard's Corners; Rer. J. Lawson, and Rev. M. E 
Ford, ministers. 

EpUcopal Methodist Church. — One in Village of Madoc, Rev 
D. Pomeroy and Rev. J. Sparrow, ministers. 

Bible Christian Church. — One at Hiizzard's Comers, no minis- 
ter. 

Acker, Jacob, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 22. 
Adams, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 9. 
Adams, John, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 8. 
Adams, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession part lot 23. 
Allen, Adam, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 6. 
Allen, Charles, yeoman, 10th (concession, lot 23. 
Allen, James, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 27. 
Allen, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 24. 
Allen, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 22. 
Allen, Thomas, J. P., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 22, 
Allen, Thomas, jun,, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 22. 
Allen, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 22. 




Artis, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9 
Bacon, Charles, 7th concession, part lot 16. 
Bacon, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 15. 
Bacon, Robert, 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Bacon, Samuel, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
Bacon, Samuel, jun., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 16 
Badgley, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 12. 
Badgely, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 26. 
Bailey. Joseph, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 8. 
Balim, William, yeoman, 7th concession part lot 10. 
Bartlett, E., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 4. 
Bateman, James, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 23. 
Bateman, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 
Bates, Robert, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 9. 
Bay State Mine, 8lb concession, part lot 12. 
Beams, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 19. 
Begg, William, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 17. 
Bell, Joheil, yeoman, cooper, 8tb concession, part lot 14. 
Bennett, C. H., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Bennett, Patrick, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 
Bennett^ Reuben, cooper, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Berrett, Martin, yeoman, 5ith concession, part lot 9. 
Berry, Garrett, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 31 
Best, James R., J.P., yeoman, 4th concession, part k 



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Best, James 9., yeomao, 6th conceuion, part lot 21. 
Best, John, yeoman, fith concession, part lot 22. 

Beit, John, jun., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 21, 

Best, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 

Best, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 

Best, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 

Black, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Blair, Hugh, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 28. 

Blair, Hugh, J.P., yeoman, 0th concession, part lot 28. 

Blair, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 28. 

Blair, John, yeoman, 10th concession, lot 21. 

Blair, Thomas, yeoman, 10th concession part lot 29. 

Blair, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 28. • > 

Blakely, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 

Blakely, Robert, yeoman, 3d concession, part lots 21 and 22.. 

Blakely, Robert J., yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 21. 

Blakely, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 6. 

Bond, Sylvanus, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 26. 

Border, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 16. 

Borland, Samuel, yeoman, &th concession. 

Bouck, John, V.A., yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 2. 

Bowen, Elias, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 10. 

Bowen, Victor E., yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 10. t 

Boyle, David, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 20. 

Bradshaw, David, carpenter, 9th concession, part lot 8. 

Bradshaw, Lyman, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 13. 

Bradshaw, Nelson, carpenter, 11th concession, part lot 8'. 

Bradshaw, Reuben, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 

Brissort, Andrew, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 23. 

Bristol, Almond, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 5. 

Bristol, Norris, J.P., yeoman, 7th concession, lot 5. 

Bristol, Oscar, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 15. 

BROSSOIT, ANDREW, hotel, Kellar's Bridge Madoc— 5e« Jdv., p. 289. 

Broad, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 31. 

Broad, Joshua, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 11. 

Brown, John, blacksmith, 3d concession, part lot 12. 

Brown, John, yeoman, 3th concession, part lot 22. 

Brown, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 

Brown, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 

Brown, S., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 

Brown, William, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 21. 

Brownson, Chester, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 1. 

Branson, Lewis, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 1. 

Buckler, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 15. 

Burch, Robert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 12. 

Burke, Yanburen, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 

Burnside, Ro'jert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 9. 

Burnside, Wm., yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 10. 

Burris, Henry, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 

Burris, Jackson, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 

Burris, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 

Caldwell, William, blacksmith, 5th concession, part lot 28, 

Cameron, & Co., 5th concession, part lot 17. 

Cameron, Hugh, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. 

Campbell, Daniel, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 5. 



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MAITLAND'S HOUSE, 

BANNOCKBURN, MADOC, 
JAMES MAITLAND, Proprietor. 



Good accommodation for Boarders imd Travellers. QTX>d Sheds 
and Stabling, and a careful hostler. 

THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS. 



San Francisco Halfv7ay House, 

KELLAR*8 BRIDGE, MADOC. 

AN0REW~BII0880IT, 

PROPRIETOR. 

A First-Class House, with Superior Aooommodatioi^ for Travellers and Boarders' 

O-ood ^tB<l>liiig' and ^hed. 

Choice Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 



BANNOCKBURN, MADOC, 



DEALER IX 



DRV GOODS. GROCERIES, HIRDW^RE, CROCKERY, 

Boots and Slioes, Ready- Made Clotliing, 

DRUGS, DYE-STUFFS, PROVISIONS, &c., &c. 

O-CASH PAID FOR POTASH, GRAIN, HIDES ANP RAW FURS. .4^ 

BANNOCKBURN FlOURINd & SAW MIUS. 



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A. A. McCALLUM, 

AS added New Machinery to both Flouring and Saw Mills, and is pre- 
pared to do all kinds of GRISTING and CRACKING in a superior 



manner. 



A good assortment of Fine anl Hariwooil Lmnber always on hand. 

CASH PAID FOR GRAIN. BANNOCKBURN, MADOC. 



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Campbell, William, sen., yeoman, 3d concosaion, part lot 13. 

Gannifl^ Abraham, 4th concession, part lot 2. 

Oannifl^ Isaac, yeoman, 4th conossion, part lot 2. 

Carman, John, reoman, 3d conouasioo, part lot 20. 

Carman, Patrick, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 18. 

Carman, Robert, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 21. 

CARPENTER, W. U,, general merchant, postmaster, Bannockburn, 6tb 

coucesaion, part lot 28. — Set Adv. p. 289. 
Casky, James, yeoman lOtli concession, part lot 30. 
Casky, Joho, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 30. 
Casky, Samuel, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 20. 
Chambers, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 23. 
Chambers, Samuel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 23. 
Christie, Joseph, yeom-xn, Ist concession, part lot 11, 
Christie, Robert, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 11. 
Colrin, John, yeoman, 0th concession, part lot 5. 
Colwell, Stephen, yeoman, 0th concession, part lot 17. 
Gomeford, Thomas, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 17. 
Conley, Ephraim, yeoman, 8lh concession, part lot 4. 
Conley, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 15. 
Conley, Philip, yeoman, 10th ooncessioo, part lot 16. 
Conlin, Francis, sen., yeoman, 4th conc«Bsion, part lots 18 and Ifl. 
Conlin, Francis, yeoman, 5th coucesaion, part lot 19. 
Conner, Charles, yeomauj 4th concession, part lot 2. 
Conner, Michael, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 25. 
Conner, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 
Connor, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 25 
Conway, John, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 19. 
Cook, Henry, J. P., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 18. 
Cook, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 20. 
Cooney, James, yeoman, 2ud concession, part lot 1. 
Cooper, Hugh, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 21. 

Cooper, Hugh, J. P., 8th concession, part lot 21. 

Cooper, Hugh, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 21. 

Cooper, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 19. 
<]lork, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 4. 

Cork, William, sen., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 6. 
Cornell, James, yeoman, Utb coucession, part lot 17. 

Cronn, Thomas, innkeeper, 6th concession, part lot 23. 

Cross, Alexander, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 

Gumming, Dennis S., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 

Gumming, George H., yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 18. 

Curtis, Amni, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 9. 

Davis, Richard, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 7. 

Daw, Francis, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 7. 

Daw, Samuel, yeoman, 2ud concession, part lot 9. 

Declare, Jacob, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 9. 

Delyea, William S., yeoman, llth concession, part lot 14. 

Delyea, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 8. 

Devlin, Hening, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 

Devlin, James, sen., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 6. 

Devlin, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 5- 

Diamond, Allen, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 9, 

Dlngman, Oliver, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 1. 

Dlngman, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 1. 



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Diproae, Joseph, yeoman, 6th conceiiion, part lot 21. 
Dixon, Joaeph, yeoman, 7tb concesvion, part lot 12. 
Donaghue, George, yeoman, 6th coDceuion, part lot 16. 
Donald, Williara, yeoman, 7th conceiiion, part lot 18. 
Doughty, John, yeoman, 3d conceiiion, part lot 14. 
Doughty, Stephen, yeoman, 3rd ounceuion, part lot 14. 
Duggan, Robert, yeoman, Olh oonoeuion, part lot 3. 
Duggan, Robert, yeoman, 11th conceiiion, part lot 2. 
Duggan, William, yeoman, 9tb conceiiion, part lot 3. 
Dunnage, William, yenman, 6th conceiiion, part lot 20. 
Dunn, J. II., yeomiin, 7tli conceiiion, part lot 
Dano, Jamei, yeoman, Olh conceiiion, part lot 6. 
Dunn, John N,, yeoman, 7tb conceiiion, part lot 
Dunn, Owen, yeoman, 7th conceuiou, part lot 2. 
Dunn, William, yeoman, 7th conceiiion, part lot 2. 
Duller, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concesiion, part lot 5. 
Dyer, Thomas, yeoman, 6th conceiiion, part lot 6. 
Eager, Elizabeth, widow, Olh conceision, part lot 6. 
Eagleson, Jam»8, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 13. 
Eagleson, Job. , yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 13. 
Eagleson, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 18. 
Eddy, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 10. 
Elliott, Francis, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 6. 
Elliott, Henry, yeoman, 9th conceiiion, lot 27. 
Ellis, Alonzo, 3 oman, 9th concession, part lot 7. 
Ellis, James, y oman, 5tb concession, part lot 0. 
Bills, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 13. 
Ellis, William, yeoman, &th concession, part lot 16. 
Elsworth, Chiirles F., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 
Embury, David, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Embury, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
Embury, Samuel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Embury, William, yeoman, 7th concession, west half lot 
Bmpey, Jerbund, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 3. 
Empey, Jordan, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 22. 
Rmpy, Lewis, J. P., 3d concession, part lot 19. 
English, Charles, yeoman, ist concession, part lot 21. 
Erans, Benjamin F., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 
Farrell, David, yeoman, 7tb concetision, part lot 9. 
Farrell, Fitzmorria, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 9. 
Farrell, Richard, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 
Feene, Patrick, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 18. 
Fenney, William, yeomun, 9th concession, part lot 1. 
Ferguson, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 
Ferguson, Robert T., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 14. 
Ferguson, William R., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot. 
Filmore, William, yeoman, 5th concussion, part lot 11. 
Finn, Martin, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 
Finn, Robert, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot II. 
Finny, Dominick, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 18. 
Fitzpatrick, William, yeoman, 8tli concession, lot 23. 
Forsyth, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1 . 
Fowler, Amos, shoemaker. 9th concession, part lot 19. 
Fox, Gharles, carpenter, 5th concession, part lot 22. 
Fox, George, jun., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 24. 



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Fox, Joseph, jeoraan, 3<1 concession, part lot 8. 
Fox, Stephen, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 18, 
Fox, William, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 19. 
Fox, William, blacksmith, 4th concession, part lot 12. 
Fox, William, innkeeper, 6th concession, part lot 24. 
Fox, William J., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 24. 
Franklin, Richard, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 11. 
Fraser, Duncan, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 13. 
i raser, Hugh, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 9. 
Fraser, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 26. 
Fraser, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 8. 
Fraser, William, yeoman, Tth concession, part lot 27. 
Fuller, W., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 1, 
Oalway, Arthur, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 26. 
Galway, Hugh, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 6. 
Galway, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 6. 
Garden, Alexander, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 13. 
Garvin, Andrew, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 22. 
Gawley, JameSj } oman, 4tb cone 'ssion, part lot 23. 
Gawley, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 22. 
Gill, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 21. 
Gillen, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 
Gillen, Margaret, 6th concession, part lot 3. 
Gillen, Patrick, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 
Gleason, Mrs. E,, widow, 2d concession, part lot 3. 
Glover, Phil-'p, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 12. 
Gonsolus, Andrew, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 19. 
Gonsolus, Peter V., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Gordon, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 14. 
GOi-don, Jolin, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 17. 
Go'dop, Robert, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 30. 
Gowdy, James, yeoman, lltb concession, part lot 11. 
Grange, Peter, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 17, 
Grasg, Wm. C, innkeeper, 5th concession, part lot 19. 
Greeman, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 17. 
Gregory, Samuel, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 16. 
Grey, Walter, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1. 
Gunn, William, yeomnn, 4th concession, part lot 8. 
Gunyon, Charles, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 4. 
Gunyon, John, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 3. 
Hannah, Aquilla, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 24. 
Hannah, Gordon, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 24. 
Harris, Coleman, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 12. 
Harrison, John, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 24. 
Hart, Thomas, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 6. 
Harvey, Margaret^ yeoman, 5th concession, part lot fiO. 
Hayton, Joseph, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 
Hazzard, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 8. 
Hazzard, Joseph, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 12. > 
Hazzard, Richard, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 16. 
Hempstreat, Nelson, yeoman, 2(1 concession, part lot 17. 
Hempstreat, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 9. 
Hennessey, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 22. 
Henry, George, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Hicks, Charles, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 9. 



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Highland, Edward, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 27. 
Hilts, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 17. 
Hobson, Benjamin, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 
Hobson, Ghristopher, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 19. 
Hobson, Jonathan, yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 18. 
Hobson, Thomas, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 
Hobson, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 1^. 
Holland, Richard, yooman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Holmes, Abraham, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 12. 
Holmes, Elias, yeoman, 9lh concession, part lot 16. 
Holmes, Isaac J., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 12. 
Holmes, Peter, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 16. 
Horton, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 11. 
How, Simon, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 14. 
Howlett, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot I. 
Howaer, John, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 12. 
Hudgins, Thomas Smith, 10th concession, part lot 29. 
Huffman, John W., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 4. 
Hunter, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 22. 
Hunter, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 22. 
Inkster, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 13. 
Inkster, William, sen., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13, 
Inkster, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 
Innman, Nelson, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Irwin, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 18. 
Irwin, William, J. P., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 15. 
Jackson, James, millwright, 4th concession, part lot 20. 
Jarvis, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 
Jarvis, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 8. 
Jarvis, Robert, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
Jarris, Walter, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 15. 
Johnston, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 
Johnston, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 
Johnston, Obadiah, 5th concession, part lot 18. 
Johnston, Peter, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 
Johnston, Stephen, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 9. 
Johnston, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 12. 
Jones, William H., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 8. 
Kce, Andrew, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 28. 
Keene, Leonard, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1. 
Keene, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 13. 
Kehoe, Patrick, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 4. 
Kellar, Isaac, yeoman, 7 th concession, part lot 6. 
Kellar, Lewis, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 23. 
Kelly, William, yeoman, 6 th concession, part lot 17. 
Ketcheson, Daniel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 14. 
Ketcheson, John R., J.P., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 
Kincaid, Alexander, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 11. 
Kincaid, James, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 16. 
Kincaid, Mariab, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 13. 
Kincaid, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 13. 
King, William, baker, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Kinnear, Robert, merchant, 9th concession, part loc 21. 
Knight, 0. 0., M.D., 6tb concession, part lot 19. 
LaflTen, Jamei, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 31. 



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Lafferty, Edward, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 11. 

Lavery, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 9. 

Leslie & Gregory, 5th concession, part lot 17. 

Levine, Zebulon, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1. 

Lewis, David P., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 2. 

Lloyd, Benjamin, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 

Lloyd, Moses, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 

Lloyd, Nelson, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 

Long, Archibald, yeoman, Ilth concession, part lot 27. 

Long, Cunningham, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 26, 

Long, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 28. 

Long, William, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 27. 

Love, Adam, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 14. 

Love, Irvine, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 14: 

Love, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 15. 

Louth, William, yeoraan 1st concession, part lot 18. 

Luke, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 28. 

Lund & Co., 8th concession, part lot 12. 

Mackley, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 5. 

Mahoney, Theophilus, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 32. 

Mains, John, yeoraan, 6th concession, part lot 23. 

Mains, Robert, reoman, 5th concession, part lot 22. 

Mains, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 23, 

Mains, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 23. 

MAITLAND, JAMES, Maitland House, Bannockbnrn, 5th concession, 

part lot 28. — See Jdv. p. 289. 
Maley, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 18. 
Manning, Margaret, 5th concession, piirt lot 15. 
Marrin, Francis, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 2. 
Marrin, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 2. 
Marrin, Sanderson, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 24. 
Marrin, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. 
Marshall, Samuel, yeoraan, 4th concession, part lot 14. 
Martin, Edward, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 24. 
Martin, Francis, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 16. 
Martin, James, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 16. 
Martin, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
Miller, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 
Miller, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 6. 
Miller & Kennedy, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Mills, George, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 9. 
Monroe, Harvey, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 2. 
Monroe, Henry, yeoraan, 1st concession, part lot 3. 
Monroe, Lewis, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 2. 
Montgomery, William, yeoman, 10th concsssicn, part lot 7. 
Moore, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 
Moore, James, sen., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Moore, John, jun., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 15. 
Moore, John, sen., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 
Moore, Stephen E., yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 8. 
Moore, William, blacksmith, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Morecroft, John, yeoman, 10th concession, lot 8. 
Mortimer, Joseph, yeoman, 5th cenceesion, part lot 16. 
Hounteney, James, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 11. 
Moxley, Joseph, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 6. 



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IfuUett, Frederick, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Mallett, Joseph, jeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Mullett, Robert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Mnllett, Sylvanus, tannery, 7th concession, part 6. 
Mumby, WilliRm, innkeeper, 5th concession, part lot 28. 
Mnnro, Henry J., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 3. 
Murphy, Ann, widow, 8ib concession, part lot 24. 
Murphy, Peter, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 3. 
McBeth, Alexander, yeoman, 4th concessior, part lot 5. 
McBetb, Lachlan, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1. 
McBeth, Margaret, widow, 6th concession, part lot 2. 
McBetb, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 
McCafferty, Daniel, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 7. 
McCafferty, Henry, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 7. 
McCafferty, John, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 7. 
McGALLUM, A. A., Bannockburn Mills, Bannvckbarn, 5th concession, 
part lot 28. — See Mv. p. 289. 

McCallam, P. F., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 28. 

McCance, James, jun., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 32. 

McCance, Thomas, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 30. 

McCarthy, karris, innkeeper, Eldorado, 5th concssion, part lot 19. 
— See Adv. p. 295. 

McCarty, Mary Ann, widow, 8th concession, part lot 5. 

McGaw, James, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 1'). 

McGloud, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 28. 

McOlure, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 

McOlure, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 27. '"•' 

McOoy, Ann, 8th concession, part lot 19. 

McCoy, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 15. 

McCoy, Samuel H., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 15. 

McCoy, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 8. 

McFadden, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 17. 

McGeaugher, George, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 14. 

McGee, Hamilton, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 7. 

Mclnroy, Alexander, yeoman, 6th concession, part lor 16. 

Mclntosb, Malcolm, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 

McKenzie, Hugh, yeoman, 5th concession, part lots. * 

McKenzie, Roderick, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 12. 

McKinnon, Alexander, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 12. 

McKinnon, Angus, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 12. 

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McKinnoD, Donald, yeoman, 9th conceBsion, part lot 12. 
McKinnon, Farqubar, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 12. 
McKinnon, Lachlin, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 12. 
McKnight, James, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 27. 
McKnight, Robert, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 27. 
McKnight, William, yeoman, lOth concession, part lot 27. 
McMabon, Elizabeth, widow, 9th concession, part lot 6. 
McMechan, Samuel, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 18. 
McNamara, John, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 4. 
McQuarry, — yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 23. 
Nelson, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 16. 
Nelson, Samuel, sen., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 13. 
Nelson, William, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 13. 
Nickle, Jane, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 20. 
Nickle, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 20. 
Nickle, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 21. 
Nickleson, Alexander, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 14. 
Nickleson, Donald, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 14. 
N'ixon, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 3. 
N orton, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 20. 
O Brien, Henry, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 3. 
Brien, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 16. 
Connor, Donald, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 11. 
O Hara, James, jun , yeoman, 2d concession, part lot 6. 
Hara, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 
O Harra, Charles, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 6. 
O Harra, Henry, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 6. 
O Rourke, Brian, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 25. 
Rourke, Hubert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 24. 
O Rourke, Hugh, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 25. 
Paffit, Isaac, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 22. 
Palmer, Alexander, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. 
Palmer, Rufus, yeoman, 16th concession, part lot 9. 
Parks, Christopher, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 23. 
P arks, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 27. 
P arks, Solomon, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 23. 
Parks, Solomon, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 27. 
Parks, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 27. ,m 
Patterson, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 5. 
Peck, J., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 21. 
Phillips, Hiram, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 11. 
Phillips, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 21. 
Pine, Joseph, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 26. 
Pine, William, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 26. 
Plain, Christopher, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 10. 
Plain, John, yeoman, 1st corcession, part lot 10. 
Plato, John, yeoman, ICth concession, part lot 4. 
Plato, John, jun., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 4. 
Pogue, Joseph, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 2. 
Pringle, Albert, yeoman, StH concession, part lot 8. 
Pringle, William H., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Purdy, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Qnillan, Edward, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 27. ^• 
Quillan, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 28. 
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neddington, James, yeoman, 9th conoession, part lot 13. 
Reece, Henry, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Reere, Johanna, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 
Reid, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 13. 
Reid, John, yeoman. 7th concession, part lot 18. 
Remington, John, grocer, 9th concession, part lot 19. 
Remington, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 
Richardson Gold Mining Company, 5tb concession, part lot 19. 
Richardson, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 18. 
Riggs, Hiram, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 8. 
Riggs, Lewis, sen., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. 
Riggs, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 8. 
Rikely, Jacob, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 7. ' ' 

Roberts, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 7. 
Robinson, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot — 
Robinson, Henry, yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 17 and 18. 
Robinson, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 22. 
Robinson, Mark, yeoman, Ist conoession, part lot 22. '* " 
Robinson, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 21. 
Rogers, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 12. 
RoUand, William J., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 23. 
Rollins, Samuel yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 21. 
Rose, George W., J.P., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 10. 
Rose, John, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 6. 
Roseborough, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 7. ' 
Roy, James, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 14. 
Royal Canadian Gold Mining Company, 6th concession, part lot 
Runnings, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 11. 
Runnings, Mark, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 20. 
Ruport, Charles, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 21. 
Ruport, John, sen., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 16. 
Sager, Alexander, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 11. 
Sager, Charles, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 13. " ' 

Sager, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 10. 
Sager, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 11. "'''*'' 

Sandford, Charles, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 23. 
Sandford, Bbenezer, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 
Sandford, Ebenezer, yeoman, 3rd concession, part 11. 



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Scott, Thomas, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 19. 
Shaw, Henry, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 21. 
Shaw, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 22. 
Shaw, Lewis, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 21. 
Shaw, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 29. 
Shaw, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 22. 
Shields, James K., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 
Simpson, James, yeoman, lltb concession, part lot 13. 
Simpson, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession, part let 24. 
Simpson, Thomas, sen., yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 13. 
Sinclair, Samuel, 8th concession, part lot 26. 
Smith, George, yeoman, 10 th concession, part lot 29. 
Smith, George, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot — 
Snider, Daniel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Solmes, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 21. 
Squires, John A., yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 17. 
Squires, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 17. 

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St. Charles, Charles, yeoman, 6th concession part lot 4. 
St. Charles, Charles, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3. 
St. Charles, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 3. 
St. Charles, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 3. 
St. Charles, Simon, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 3. 
Stockwell, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 7. 
Sweet, Martin, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 29, 
Symons, William, yeoman, 6(h concession, part lot 10. 
Symons, Nelson, innkeeper, 5th concession, part lot 19,] 
Tassie, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Tassie, John, yeoman, 5th conceEsion, part lot 12. 
Taylor, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot I. 
Teneson, George, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 6. 
Teneson, Jacob, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 3. 
Thomas, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 25. 
Thompson, Andrew, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 29. 
Thompson, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 
Thompson, Thomas, yeoman, 5th concession, lot 15, 
Thompson, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Tompkins, William P., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8, 
Trotter, Alexander, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 3. 
TuUer, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot i. 
Tumblety, William H., J.P., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 3. 
Vancleek, Barnabas, J.P., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 26. 
Vancleek, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 26. 
Vancleek, Peter, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 25. 
Vancleek, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 25. 
Vandervoort, Stephen, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 6. 
Vie, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 20, 
Vincent, Jane, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 17. 
Wallace, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 28. 
Wannamaker, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 13. 
Wannamaker, Hiram, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 22. 
Wannamaker, Jacob, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 14. 
Wannamaker, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 20. 
Wannamaker, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 13. 
Wannamaker, John, 5th concession, part lot 12, 
Wannamaker, Michael, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 14. 
Wannamaker, Samuel, yeoman, 2nd concession, rtart lot 20. 
Ward, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
Warren, Benjamin, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Warren, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 
Watters, Patrick, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 2. 
Weever, Sylvester, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 17. 
Weir, Mark, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 13. 
Wesley, Edward, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 19. 
West, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 




White, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 32. 
Whiteman, Alfred, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 25. 
Whittick, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 2. 
Willson, William H., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 28. 
Wiggins, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 20. 



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Wood, Henry, Jan., yeoman, 7th ooncegsion, part lot 21. 
Wood, Henry, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 20. 
Wood, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 20. 
Wood, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 27. 
Woods, John S. B., yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 29. 
Woods, William, yeoman, 8 th concession, part lot 20. 
Woods, William, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 28. 
Woolman, Jacob, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 3. 
Wycko£F, Oeorge D., 8th concession, part lot 10. 
Wyckoff, George, 6th concession, part lot 13. 
Young, Peter, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 11. 
Yonng, Silas, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 17. 
Zearon, Abraham, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 16. 
ZearoD, Mrs. Ann, 9th concession, part lot 18. 



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The village of Marmora is known all over Canada, and in many 
parts of the Old World, not on account of its size and wealth, but 
from its connection with the Marmora Iron Works, which were 
established many years ago. These works were erected at a cost 
of over $100,000, and a lai^e amount, estimated at $300,000, 
has been expended upon them since. Tons and tons of iron have 
been made at Marmora ; and at one time the village presented a 
busy scene ; but through bad management, and the difficulty of 
transportation, operations at the mines have been at a stand-still 
for some years. Since the last publication of the Directory, the 
Marmora Works, with all the Company's lands, have been amal- 
gamated with the Cobourg and Marmora Railway Company. 
Mining operations have been carried on at the ore bed in Belmont, 
and large quantities of ore have been taken out and conveyed to 
Cobourg, and from thence shipped to the United States, where it 
is manufactured. At this point the ore is apparently inexhaustible, 
and the quality is improving the deeper the excavations. It is 
believed that, during the next season, additional smelting works 
will be erected at Marmora Village by the Cobourg Company, and 
operations on an extensive scale carried on. 

Some improvements have been made in the Village within the last 
year or two, amongst the most important of which is the erection 
of a new grist mill by Messrs. Pearce & Son. It is a fine build- 
ing, three stories high, has two run of stone, and all the machinery 
of a first-class flouring mill. A new saw mill has also been built, 
and a carding and woollen factory is in course of construction^ 
Business has greatly improved within the last two or three years. 
Several new stores have been established, and other branches of 
trade are in a flourishing condition. The water privilege here is 
not excelled in the County, and if the Marmora Iron Works are 



ADVBRTISBMENTS. 



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NEW DOMINION HOTEL 

MAEMORA. 



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PROPRIETRBSS. 



NEW STORE IN MARMORA. 



J. J^. Ac J. y^V. O^^lMMOTS^^ 

DEALERS IN 

Dry (SooiSy Groceries, Hardware, Crockerj, 

BOOTS AND 8HOE8, SlC, 

SOLD AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. 
Call and examine Stook before purchasing elsewhere. 

A. M. CHISHOLM, 

DEALER IN 

Dry Bools, Qroceries, Croctery, Harlware, Boots & Ms, &c. 

MARMORA. 

One of the largest and best assorted Stocks in every department, to be 
found in any Country Store in the County, and as cheup aa any estab- 
lishment in Town or City. 

HOUGH dc. LOUCKSi 

DBALIRB Ilf 

DRY GhOODS, 

READY MADE CLOTHING, 

(lr»ccrleS( Creckery, Itrdware, Brigs, Pftiits, Oils. 

The highest price paid for Grain, Hides, Butter and Potash. 

Marmora, oor. of Forsyth and Madoc Streets. 



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revived and smelting operations carried on, this Village must 
eventually become a very important and flouriahing Town. 

Pott Office. — B, Johnson, postmaster- 

Division Court. — B. Beddome, clerk. 

Acker, John, teamster, Forsyth street. 

Adams, John, shoemaker, Forsyth street. r, « - a >' , 

Armstrong, Simon, blacksmith, Forsyth street. -* '■ - 

Beddome, Benjamin, Division Oourt clerk. 

Bentley, David, bailiff, Forsyth street. 

BisBonnette, JuUen, agent for Gilmoiir & Go. 

Bleecker, George W., Manor house, Forsyth street. 

Bowen, G. D., J.P., Forsyth street. 

BRADY, MRS. MARGARET, widow. New Dominion hotel, Forsyth at.— 

See Adv. p. 301. 
Brown, Oharles, yeoman, Forsyth street. 
Brown, Jobn, teamster, Fsrsyth street. 
Bruneau, Baptiste, laborer, McGill street. 
Burns, John, lumberman, Forsyth street. 
CAMPION, J. A. & J. W., general merchants, Forsyth street.— /See 

Adv. p. 301. 
Campion, J. A., firm uf J. A. & J. W. Campion, Forsyth street. 
Campion, J. W., firm of J. A. & J. W. Campion, Forsyth street. 
Carpenter, Felix, miner, McGill street. 
Cavilier, Ebenezer, blacksmith, with N. Conley. 

OHISHOLM, A. M., general merchant, Forsyth street.— <Sfee Adv. p. 301. 
Olarmont, Charles, blacksmith, McGill street, 
Glarmont, Eli, blacksmith, McGill street. 
Oonley, Newton, blacksmith, Forsyth street. 
Oorbett, Michael, with A. S. Page & Co., Forsyth street. 
Crawford, Patrick, merchant, McGill street. 
Cunningham, James, sawyer, McGill street. 
Dabara, George, yeoman. 
Devlin, John, shoemaker, Forsyth street. 
Downs, Robert, agent, with A. S. Page & Co., Forsyth street. 
Downy, John, teamster, with Gilmour h Co., Forsyth street. 
Dozsee, Rev. J., Wesleyan Methodist. 

Pitchett, David, clerk, with A. S. Page & Co., Forsyth street. 
Fitzpatrick, Robert, laborer, McGill street. 
Hall, Robert, shoemaker, Madoc street. 
Hall, Robert, shoemaker, Madoc street. 
Hayes, Mrs., widow, Bursthall street. 
Hough, Daniel, firm of Hough k Loucks, McGill street. 
HOUGH & LOUCKS, general merchants, McGill street:— /See Adv. 

p. 301. 
Houston, G. L., carpenter, Forsyth street. 
Hughes, Mrs. Mary, widow, McGill street. 
Jenkinson, William, laborer, McGill street. 

Johnson, Benjamin, J.P., general merchant and postmaster, McGill street^ 
JONES, HENRY M., M.D., Forsyth street.— /See Card^ p. 303. 
Kelly, Thomas, clerk, with B. Johnson, McGill street. 
Kimball, — laborer, Forsyth street. 






ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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HENRY JONES, M.D., 
Physician and Obstetrician, 

, OFFICE, FORSYTH STREET, 

MARMORA. 



McWSLLSJ^MS' HOTSL. 



W. McWILLIAMS, Proprietor, 

MABMORA. 



Thif HouM bu recently been rebuilt and large additions made to it, and is as 
comfortably arranged as any other Hotel in the county. Choice Wines, Liquors 
and Cigars. Gooa Stabling and Sheds. 



MARMORA G RIST AND SAW MILLS. 

PEARCE & SON, Proprietors. 

CASH for WHEAT and COARSE GRAIN. 

FLOUR AND FEE! KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

Gritting done at all seasons of the year promptly and satis/action guaranteed. 

Sawing done on Shares or bj the Thousand. Lumber Cut to order and 
for sale Oheap for Gash. 



MANtTFACTUSXR Or 



Clutters and Farming Implements- 



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ALL KINDS or 



Repairing & Jobbing promptly & neatly done. 



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Kirby, Oharlei, laborer, Mftdoo itreet. 
Kirbj, WiUUm, lawyer, with Pearce k Son. 
Leonard, Williain, drover, MoGill etreet. 
•Loacki, Adam, firm Hough k Loucki, Forsyth street. 
Lucas, J. N., mining, ko., Forsyth street. 
Mills, John, carding machine, Forsyth street. 
IfcOollen, John, carpenter, McOill street. 
UcBToy, P., teamster, with A. S. Page k Go., Forsyth itreet. 
McMahon, Patrick, teamster, with A. S. Page k Co., Forsyth itreet. 
MoWilliams, Oudon, Forsyth street. 
lIoWILLIAHS, WELLINGTON, hotel and stage proprietor, McOill 

street. — Ste Adv. p. 303. 
Nichols, Mrs., bakery, Forsyth street. 

O'Hara, James, yeoman, McGill street. ^ > 

PEAROE k SON, millers, flouring and saw mills.— /8^< Mv, p. 303. 
Pearee, Thomas P., firm of P. k Son, John street. 
Phillipa, William, Township clerk. 

Preiily, B., teamster, with A. S. Page k Go., Forsyth street. 
Pressly, John, carpenter, Madoc street. 
Puflfer, —, clerk, with Gilmour ft Go. 
Rerois, Francis, shingle maker, Marmora street. 
Rose, Levi, cooper, Marmora street. 
Rose, Henry, teamster, Forsyth street. 
Shea, Patrick, shoemaker, Marmora street. 
Simmons, William, yeoman, McGill street. 
Sullivan, John, shoemaker, Forsyth street. 
Tallion, Lewis, cabinet maker, McGill street. 

WARREN, THOMAS, carriage maker, Forsyth street.— <Se« Mv. p. 303 . 
Watson, John, miller, with Pierce k Son. 

Watson, Robert, teamster, with A. S. Page & Go., Forsyth street. 
Watters, Daniel, clerk, with A. M. Ghisholm. 
Weese, Henry, shoemaker, McGill street. 
Weese, Nathaniel, laborer. 

Wilson, John, yeoman, Madoc street. ■> . 

Wilson, William, teamster, Madoc street. / 



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MARMORA. 



The Township of Marmora is situated in the North Riding, 
and is hounded on the north by Lake, on the east by Madoc, on 
the south by Rawdon, and on the west by Belmont, in the County 
of Northumberland. This Township attracted early attention fVom 
the immense deposits of iron ore found within its borders. A 
description of the iron works will be found in connection with the 
village of Marmora. In addition to iron ore, copper and lead 
baye been found in abundance in the Township, and valuable beds 
of lithographic stone have recently been discovered within the 
limits of the village, and immediately adjacent thereto. Marble 
is also found in great abundance in the township, and is of excel- 
lent quality. The Township abounds in mineral wealth ; and no 
place in Canada presents a better field for the enterprising 
capitalist. There are some good lands in the Township, and they 
are chiefly in the hands of those who may be regarded as thrifty 
and well-to-do farmers. During the last year gold has been found 
in various parts of the Township, and in conditions which induce 
the belief that the Township will turn out to be the richest gold 
region in the County. This subject, however, is treated at greater 
length in a general description of the mineral wealth of the Hastings 
District. In 1839, the population of Marmora and Lake was 
369; in 1860-61, it was 1699; now it is estimated at 2000. The 
Township Hall is located at the village of Marmora. 

Township Council, 1869. — Hugh Jones, Reeve ; Solomon Johns, 
Solomon Johns, jr., Wra. Leonard and Geo. Wiggins, Councillors. 

Township Officers. — Wm. Phillips, Clerk ; Geo. W. Bleeker, 
Treasurer. 

Post Office. — Marmora village, B.JohnBon,Postmaster,Shamrook, 
lot 15, 6th concession. 

lOth Division Court. — B. Beddome, Clerk ; Post Office address, 
Marmora. 



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Churches. — Services are held in the Towaship by Rev. M. 
Oroutt, Church of England ; Rev. J. Dozsee, Wesleyan Methodist ; 
Rev. J. v. Adams, Episcopal Methodist ; Rev. Mr. Goldie, Pres- 
byterian ; and Rev. E. P. Lai or, Roman Catholic. 

Acker, Julius, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 13. 

Adams, John F., yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 3. 

Adams, Nathaniel, laborer 

Airhart, Allen, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 6. .... ^, 

Airhart, Asahel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. ' '. 

Airhart, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot V. 

Airhart, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1. 

^ irhart, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 

Anderson, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 3. 

Anderson, Roderick, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 3. 

Armstrong, Simon, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 16. ^. 

Augar, Hector, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 9. ' 

fiaddor, Michael, shoemaker, Tth concession, part lot 16. ,, 

Bailey, James^ yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 15. 

Bailey, James, jr., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 16. 

Bailey, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. .,,. ;.< 

Baker, Robert, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 2. 

Barren, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part Ic ; 23. 

Barrows, Charles, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 23. 

Beddome, Arthur, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 18. 

Beddome, Frederick, teacher, 4th concesfion, part lot 18. 

Bell, Robert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 19. 

Beloir, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 22. 

Blackburn, James, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 19. 

Blanchard, George, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 16. 

Bleakly, Robert, yeoman, 8 th concession, part lot 21. 

Bleakly, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 21. 

Bonter, Thomas, ye man, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 

Boyd, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 5. 

Brady, John, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 1. 

Breckenridge, Chas. H., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 24. 

Briggs, Mrs. Elizabeth, 5th concession, part lot 19. 

Brinton, Philip, yeoman, 8th concession, lot 10. 

Brinton, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 10. 

Broadworth, Richard, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 

Broad worth, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 12. 

Brown, Charles, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 12. ; 

Brown, D. B., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 16. 

Brown, J. S., yeoman, lOth concession, part lot 21. 

Brown, James, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 20. 

Brown, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 18. 

Butler. Tames, yeoman, 11th concession. 

Butler, John, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 4. 

Cain, George, jun., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 4. 

Cain, George, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 13. . .. , 

Cain, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 3. 

Cain, John, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 5. 

Cain. Richard, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 25. 



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Caldwell, W., yeoman, lUth concession, part lot 17. 
Gallaghan, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 5. 
Gallagbau, Patrick, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 1. 
Gampbell, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Campion, Albert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 
Campion, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 19. 
Campioo, Richard, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 2. 
Campion, Thomas, yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 25. 
Carr, Thomas, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 23. 
Oarerly, A. M., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 26. 
Christy, W. J., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 18. 
Christy, William J., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 18. 
Clark, James, yeoman, 4 th concession, part lot 25. 
Clemenger, John, jun., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 20. 
Glemenger, William, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 22. 
Clements, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 24. 
Clysdale, Samuel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 2, 
Conly, M., blacksmith, 4th concession, part lot 7. 
Connors, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 2. 
Connors, Michael, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 8. 
Cook, Ira J., yeoman, 2rid concession, part lot 21. 
Corby, Joseph, yeoman, 6lh concession, part lot 27. 
Couch, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 27. 
Crawford, Hugh, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 14. 
Crawford, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 13. 
Crawford, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 15. 
Curse, John, yeoman, 11th concession, 
Dalton, ThoB., yeoman, 11th concession, lots 77 and 78. ' 
Deacon, Mrs. A., widow, 4th concession, part lot 26. 
Derry, Henry, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 13. 
Derry, John, sen., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 13. 
Derry, William, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 17. 
Deviue, Charles, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 8. 
Derire, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 24. 
Downard, Thomas, yeoraao, ?th concession, part lot 15. 
Downey, Andrew, yeoman, 7th concession, jiart lot 12. 
Dunn, James, yeoman, Ist conce. 'on, part lot 3. 
Dunn, William, yeoman, 4th concv^ssion, lot 13. 
Emmons, Andrew, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 30. ■ ' 
Ennis, John, yeoman, 1st concession, pHrt lot 7. 
Farrell, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 14. 
Farrell, Richard, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 15. 
Feagle, Leonard, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 16. 
Fidlar, J., yeoman, 5th concession, lot 15 J 
Finlayson, David, yeoman, Uth concession, 75 and 76, 
Fitcbett, Alexander, yeoman, 9lh concession, part lot 4. 
Fitchett, David, school teacher, 8th concession, part lot 6. 
Fitchett, Joseph, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 3. 
Fitzgibbon, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 26. 
Fitzpatrick, Daniel, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 21. 
Fitzpatrick, Ilobert, yeoman, 4th concession, village. 
Fitzpatrick, Terrence, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 8. 
Flinn, David, yeoman, 7th concession, pan lot 16. 
Gawley, Andrew, sen., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 22. 
Qawley, Andrew, yeoman, lOlh concession, part lot 20. 



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Qawley, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 25. 
Gawley, Richard, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 24. 
Gawley, Royal, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 23. 
Oawley, Thomas, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 23. 
Oawley, Thomas, yeomau, 9th concession, part lot 23. 
Galligher, Francis, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
Galligher, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 15. 
Gibson, Henry yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 4. 
Gillespie, James, yeoman, 1 1 th concession, parr lot 6. 
Gillon, Michael, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 
Gordiner, David, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 19. .'.; ' 

Green, Joseph, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 20. 
Green, Lawrence, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 11. 
GrifSn, Robert, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 19. 
Hall, Robert, yeoman, Uth concession, 98 and 99. 
Hamilton, David, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 19. 
Hamilton, James, J. P., yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 16. 
Hamilton, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 26. 
Hamilton, Stephen, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 26: 
Hamilton, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 28. 
Hamilton, Thomas, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 21. 
Hanlon, Lawrence, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 16 and 17. 
Henderson, Daniel, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 43. 
Hen'^erson, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 32. 
Henderson, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 
Henderson Robert, yeoraun, Uth concession, part 88, 89, 90. 
Henry, James, yeoman, 2ad concession, part lot 26. 
Hilton, William, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 17. - 

Hoard, Enos, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 

Hoard, H., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 20. 

Hoard, R., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 

Hogan, John, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 7. 

Hogan, Michael, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 4. 

Holland, Barney, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 1?. 

HoUon, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 12. 

Howe, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 5. 

Howe, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 24. 

Hughes, Laughlin, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 

Hughes, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. ' ^ 

Inkster, John, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 15. 

Irwin, James, yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 19. 

Jelly, Andrew, innkeeper, Uth concession, 68. 

Jenkinson, Matthew, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5 

Johns, A. C, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 18. 

Johns, D. D., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 17. 

Johns, Solomon, jun., yeoraun, 5th concession, part lot 18. ' 

Johns, Solomon, J. P., yeoman, 5th concession, lot 1. 

Johnson, Sylvester, yeoman, 6ih concession, part lot 26. 

Jones, Albert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. 

Jones, Alexander, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 

Jones, George, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. 

Jones, Hugh, J. P., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 

Jones, Joseph, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 26. 

Kelly, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. ' 

Kelly, John, sen., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 



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Kelly, Thomab, jeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 19. 
Kelly, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Keys, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 12. 
Keys, Royal, yeoman, 7th concession, part 11. 
Kimball, John, carpenter, 4tb concession, part lot 14. 
Kingston, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 14. 
Laycock, Richard, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 
Legget, Mrs., widow, 7th concession, lot 6. 
Lemon, Sarah, widow, 5th concession, part lot 16. 
Leonard, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 16. 
Leonard, Richard, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 9. . 
Leonard, Richard, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 3. 
Lott, Mrs., Mary Jane, widow, lltb concession, part lot 21. . 
Louck, Jerry, miner, 5th concession, part lot 20. 
Lough, Matthew, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 19. 
Loveless, Peter, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 19. 
Maitland, Allen, yeoman, lOtb concession, lot 95. 
Haloney, Edward, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 26. 
Maloney, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 26. 
Maloney, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 29. 
Maloney, Michael, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 22. , 
Maloney, Patrick, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 18. 
Maybee, Abraham, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 20. 
McOarter, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
McCarter, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
McOoUum, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 
MoGollum, Mrs. Mary, widow, 8th concession, part lot 8. 
McCoy, Henry, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 
McDowell, Charles, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 25. 
McElroy, Thomas, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 28. 
McElwain, Andrew, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 23. , 
McFaul, Patrick, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 7. 
McGarrey, Matthew, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 29. 
McGrath, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 9. 
McGratb, Michael, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 
McGregor, James, yeoman, 11th concession, lots 96 and 97. 
McEinnon, T. D. J., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 7. 
McLaren, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
McLean, John, yeoman, 11th concession, lots 93 and 94. 
McLean, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 2. 
McLean, Wm., yeoman, 11th concession, lots 99 and 100. 
McShea, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 
McShea, Michael, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 
Minahan, Mrs. Alice, widow, 2nd concessioD, part lot 20. 
Minchins, V. H., teacher, 10 th concession, part lot 15. 
Mittleberger, Henry, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 17. 
Moffat, Thomas, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 19. 
Mumby, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 1. 
Murphy, Charles, yeoman, Uth concession, lots 102 and 103. 
Murphy, Pierce, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 6. 
Murphy, Thomas, jr., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 18. 
Murphy, Thomas, sen., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 20. 
Murray, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 11. 
Neil, Robert, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 14. 
Neil, Robert, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 14. 









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Nibill, Edward, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 15. 
Nihill, Thomas, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 16. 
Nobes, Henry, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 21. 
O'Brien, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 13. 
Paget, W. F., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 3, 
Parker. Wm. R., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 20. 
Pemberton, William, yeoman, 9lh concession, part lot 19. 
Peters, Ezra, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 26. 
Peters, Francis, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 32. 
Phillips, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 24. 
Pimner, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
Polly, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
Powell, Marcus, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 17. 
Powell, Richard, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 17. 
Presley, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 25. 
Puffer, Henry, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 
Quigg, Leslie, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 24. 
Quinn, James, jun., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
Quinn, James, sen., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Quinn, John, yeoman, 6th concession lot 18. 
Reroy, Antoine, yeoman, 4th concession. 
RcToy, Benjamin, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 26. 
Reynolds, Sidney, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 1. 
Richardson, George, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 17. 
Richardson, John, jun., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 7. 
Richardson, Joseph, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 7. 
Richardson, Joshua, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 
Robinson, Edward, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 3. 
RobiBSon, William, yeomaa, 1 1th concession, lots 63, 64 and 66. 
Scott, George, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 21. 
Scott, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 27. - ' 

Shannon, Daniel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 15. 
Shannon, Hugh, jun, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 16. " '- 
Shannon, Hugh, sen., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 15. , 
Shannon, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 14. 
Shannon, Michael, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 15. 
Sheridan, Patrick, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 18. 
Sheridan, Peter, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 18. 
Simmons, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. ' ],'^ ' 

Sofa, Stephen, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
Tapp, Edward, yeoman, 11th concession, lots 71 and 72. 
Tennison, Valentine, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 1. 
Terrion, Francis, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 24. 
Terrion, John, jun., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 13. 
Terrion, John, sen., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 15. 
Thompson, John, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 32. 
Vansickle, Henry, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 4. 
Vansickle, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
Vesterfelt, Peter, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
Wadsworth, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
Wannamaker, Thomas, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 21. 
Wannamaker, William H., yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 18. 
Wells, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 27. 
Wiley, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 21. 



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Wilej, Mrs. A. M., widow, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Wilson, John, yeoman, 9th concession. 
Weir, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 32. 
Wiley, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concesion, lot 17. 
Wilks, Owen, yeoman, 5 th concession, part lot 36. 
Wiggins, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 16. 
Wiggins, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 26. 
Winters, John, jun., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 19. 
Winters, John, sen., yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 20. 
Wolfe, John, jun., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 8. 
Wolfe, John, sen., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
Wolfe, Richard, yeoman, 9th concession, lots 14 and 15. 
Woolman, Henry, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 1. 
Woolman, Philip, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 1. 
Wright, George, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 24. 



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This enterprising Village is beaatifally situated on the Bay of 
Quints, at the north-eastern extremity of the County. It is seven 
miles from Napanee, eight from Shannonviile and seventeen from 
Belleville. Situated for the most part on a slope of ground, it 
commands a magnificent view of the Bay of Quints, which at this 
poic L presents some of the finest views to be found on its waters. 
Stretching towards the south there is what is known as the " Long 
Reach," a narrow part of the Bay, mme miles long with high bluffs 
on either side ; to the east the eye stretches far away up the 
Napanee River, which empties into the Bay not far from Mill 
Point ; and to the west, looking up the Bay, there is a magnifi- 
cent landscape, and as beautiful views as the eye could wish to 
rest upon. 

Mill Point was first established during the season of 1849, by 
Thomes Y. Howe, Lewis E. Carpenter, and H. B. Rathbun, from 
Auburn, N. Y. At that time, there was but one building on the 
present site of the Village. The Mill was started in 1849, and it 
commenced sawing in 1850. During that year, the number of 
feet of lumber manufactured was probably half a million feet. 
Since that period, the capacity has gradually increased, last year's 
returns showing over 13,000,000 feet of lumber manufactured 
besides 2,250,000 lath, 2,000,000 heading, and 750,000 shingles. 
The property some years since came wholly into the possession 
of H. B. Rathbun & Son, and evidences of their skill, enter- 
prise and taste are everywhere visible, in the neat dwellings 
erected for themselves and their workmen, the ornamentation of 
their grounds and the general appearance of thrift and pros- 
perity which are everywhere to be seen. The mill is a model of 
what a mill should be. It has about 250 saws, besides those in the 
aianufacture of edging, butting, lath and heading. The saw logs 
used at the mill are chiefly brought down the Salmon and Moira 
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and Trent Bivers. They are towed in rafts to the mill by steam 
tugs belonging to the firm. These logs are obtained at a distance 
of from 40 to 85 miles back. A large number of vessels are kept 
constantly employed in the transportation of lumber and supplies 
for their immense lumbering shanties, most of which are owned by 
the firm. ' 

An extensive ship yard, is attached to the property, which during 
the last year or two has been greatly increased in capacity. Some of 
the largest and finest vessels that float on our lakes were built at 
Bathbun's Ship Yard, and to give an idea of the extent of the busi- 
ness here we may mention that during the last season, not less than 
thirty vessels were on the ways. The yard has all the appurtenances 
for hauling out the largest ship that floats, and all the facilities for 
building and repairing vessels. In the extensive lumbering dis- 
trict owned by this firm, everything is obtainable for building a 
vessel from the keel up. The situation is excellent, and in the 
hands of such enterprising men as the Messrs. Eathbun, it is des- 
tined to become one of the largest ship yards in the Dominion. 

The docks arc well coastructed, with a capacity of loading fifteen 
vessels at one time. A large quantity of grain is annually exported 
from this port. The population is about 800, the principal part 
of the adult male portion of which are employed by the Messrs. 
Rathbun. A number of new buildings have been erected during the 
past year, among which is a lai^e frame Church, which is designed 
for the accommodation of difiereut religious denominations, and 
there are other unmistakable signs that the pla'^e is going ahead. 

Alexander, David, laborer with H. B. Rathbun, & Son. 

Alexander, Samuel, laborer with 

All, Wm., laborer, with 

AUor, Mitchel, laborer with 

Anderson, George, ship carpenter with 

Anderson James, ship carpenter with 

Anderson, Obadiab, laborer with 

Aylsworth, Peter, clerk with Rathbun & Son. 

Aylsworth, W. R. Provincial Land Surveyor withH. B. Rathbun & Son. 

Baggs, Thomas, captain with H. B. Rathbun & Bon. 

Bailey, John, ship carpenter 

Barry, Garrett, laborer 

Barry, Patrick, watchman 

Beat, Joseph, " 

Beat, Pascal, " 

Beaty, James, clerk shanty 



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Bennett John, laborer with Rathbun ft Son. 

BenioD, John, laborer with " 

Benson, John B., foreman with " 

Berry, John, sailor " 

Berry, Wm., grocer, " 

Blake, Robert, laborer, " 

Blake, Thomas, laborer with " 

Blozon, John, laborer with " 

Bowes, Michael, laborer, " 

BoQchette, Eras, laborer with *< 

Bowen, James, J. P., postmaster. 

Bradbear, Joseph W., ship carpenter. 

Brant, David J., teamster with Rathbnn ft Son. 

BreroQgh, Jacob, teamster with *' 

Brerougb, Michael, teamster with 

Brerongfa, Robert, teamster with 

Brisbin, Wm., waggon maker. 

Brotherston, James, captain 

Broulette, A., sawyer with Rathbun ft Son. 

Butler, Tobias, general manager of shanties. 

Camfield, Patrick, ship carpenter with Rathbun ft Son. 



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Garter, Thomas, sen., laborer with 

Carter, Thomas, jr., laborer with 

Clarke, John, gardener with 

Clarke, S. B., laborer with <•' . 

Clarke, Wm,, shoemaker with 

Claus, John, teamster with 

Clans, Michael, laborer with 

Collins, W. H., gardener with 

Colp, Godfrey J., laborer, with " 

Colp, Godfrey, sen., lumber piler with " 

Colp, Jacob, farmer with *' 

Colp, Peter, laborer with " 

Conley, Robert, ship carpenter with '' * ' ' 

Gulbertson, Alexander, laborer with '* 

Culbertson, Archibald, yeoman. 

Culbertson, Donald, laborer with Rathbun ft Son. 

Davy, Leonard, carpenter with " 

Detlor, John, sen., laborer with " ''■'''- 

Donoughue, F. ft C, general merchants 

Donoghue, Timothy, foreman with Rathbun ft Son. 

Dorsey, Edward, laborer with " 

Dorsey, James, laborer with 

Dorsey, Thomas, laborer with 

Douglas, Joseph, laborer with 

Downing, Wm., laborer with 

Drewry, J. B., cashier with 

Driver, Edward, laborer with 

Dryden, Charles, cattle buyer with 

Dryden, Thomas, teamster with 

Edwards, John, ship carpenter with 

Erans, Wm., ship carpenter with 

Ewings, Wm., laborer with 



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H. B. RATHBUN & SON, 

Call attention to their extensive Ship Yard, at Mill Pointy 
where 

Steamboats and Vessels 

Of all kinds can be Built and Repaired. 

Possessing unusual facilities for procuring all kinds of Timber suitable 
for Ship-Building, and haying all the appliances necessarj, they are pre- 
pared to take Contracts for either building or repairing any description 
of vessel. 



MILL POINT STEAM SAW MILLS. 



ALL KINDS OF LUMBER, 

Seasoned or Unseasoned, Lath, Barrel and Cheese Box 
Headings, Shingles, &c., kept on hand. 

H. B. RATHBUN & SON. 



PLANING MAOHINE, MILL POINT. 



In connection with the Steam Mills, the Proprietors contemplate put- 
ting in a Planing Machine, constructed on the latest improved principle, 
and thus be prepared to do all kinds of Planing, Matching, Tonguing,, 
and Grooving, &c., at the most reasonable rates. 

H. B. RATHBUN & SON. 



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Felion, Darid J., teamster with B«tbban k Son. 

Felion, Hugh, laborer with '* 

Pinkie, George, teamster with *< 

Finlayson, John, laborer with " 

Foote, John, teamster with '* 

Fordham, A. II., yeoman. 

Fordham, Gideon, yeoman. 

Fretz, Edward, laborer with Rathbun & Son. 

Gault, John, mason with " 

Gordonier, Lewis, laborer with " . >. v^ 

Gordonier, Robert, teamster with " " 

Gossen, Jobn, carpenter with " 

Gotono, Goby, engineer with " 

Gracey, Edward, laborer with " 

Gracey, Ferris, laborer with '* 

Gracey, Wm., laborer with " 

Graham, H. J., blacksmith with Rathbun it Son, 

Orabam, Jobn, clerk at shanty with " 

Grant, Edward, ship carpenter with " 

Orant, Jobn, ship carpenter with 

Orant, John, clerk wilh 

Grant, Peter, laborer with 

Oreen, Alexander, laborer with 

Green, Archibald, laborer with 

Green, John laborer with 

Grooms, W. H., ship carpenter with 

Hallet, Jeremiah; seamaa 

Ham, Charles, plasterer with Rathbun 

Harburn, James, laborer with 
Hatch, George, laborer with ^ *"•' 
Hatch, Patrick, laborer with 
. Hayes, Dennis, clerk shanty with 

Heath, Peter, laborer with 

Herrington, J. W., mechanic with 

Horrigan, John, laborer with 

Hull, Lyman, blacksmith. 

Huott, Petsr, clerk shanty with " 

Hutchins, Eli, laborer with Rathbun & Son. 

Hymers, Adam, cook with " 

Jacobs, Paul, sailor with " 

Jamison, Hugh, ship carpenter with Rathbun & Son. 

Jamison, Wm., ship carpenter with " 

Jaques, Gassimere, shoemaker. 

Jardrean, Baptiste, laborer with Rathbun & Son. 

jardreau, Peter, laborer with " 

Johnson, Thomas, laborer with " 

KcUy, James, sailor with " 

Kelly, John, laborer wilh " 

Keller, Adam, laborer with " 

j^eller, Michael yeoman. 
K merly, Adam, laborer with Rathbun & Son 
K merly, Garrett, laborer with " • 

Kimerly, J&cob, laborer with 



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ILL FOSHT STOES. 



Always in Stock a large and varied asaortment of 

FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS, 

GROCERIES, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE, 

IRON, STEEL, NAILS, 

GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, SALT, COOLERS, 
PLOUGHS, STOVES, &c. 



CA8H PAID FOR RYE, OATS, PEASE, PORK, SlC 

H. B. RATHBUN ^ SON. 



HARNESS AND SADDLERY SHOP. 



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All kinds of Harness and Saddles made to order, and Repairing of 
every description promptly done. 

Keeping the best Workmen, work can be guaranteed what it is 
represented. 

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Larry, Jamei, teamiter with Ratbbua ft Son. 
Legrand, James, clerk abantr with " 
Loft, Alexander, laborer with " 

Maracio, Abraham, laborer with '* 
Maracle, Charles, laborer with " 
Maracle, John, laborer with " 

Maracle, Mrs. Sarah, widow. 
Maracle, Seth, laborer with Rathbun it Son. 
Maracle, William, laborer with « 
Markle, Allan, laborer with " 

Markle, Jacob, laborer with <* 

Markle, Robert, saw filer with " ^ . 

MarigHn, John, laborer with " i'j', 

Marseille, Alexander,laboror with " 
Marseille, Alex., jun., Iabo-f>r with " 
Marsh, Jacob, teamster with " 

Mattice, J. Q., laborer with 



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Maxwell, Alex., teamster with " 

Monck, James, harnessmaker. - 

Morrison, D., telegraph operator. 

Munns, E., ship carpenter, with Ratbbua & Son. 

Murphy, Timothy, foreman with " 

McCaig, Duncan, engineer with " 

McCready, John, clerk shanty with " 

McCreary, Wm., millwright, with " 

McCowan, D., laborer with " 

McCowan, Patrick, laborer with " . , 

McGoUougb, Hugh, captain Tug Jessie Abbey. >^ 

McGowan, Dennis, blacksmith . 

McGratb, Philip, laborer with Ratbbua & Son. 

McGregor, John, laborer with " 

McGregor, Matthew, teamster with " 

McMahon, Wm., laborer with " 

Naylor, Mrs. widow. 

Nodwell, Andrew, laborer with Ratbbua t Son. 

Oliver, Andrew, carpenter. 

Oliver, Cornelius, tavern keeper. 

Parnham, Albert, laborer with Ratbbun & Son. 

Parnbam, Wm., sen., laborer with " 

Powless, David, yeoman. 

Powless, Seth, yeoman. 

Pile, Thomas G., accountant with Ratbbua & Soa. 

Pullar, James, ship carpenter with " . v , ; i,^ ;^^y<. 

Quartz, Thomas, ship carpenter with " 

Rathbun, E. W., firm H. B. & Son, Mill Point. 

RATHBUN, H. B. & SON, lumbermen, general mercbaals, ice— See 

Adv. p. 316 and 317. 
Rathbun, H. B., firm H. B. & Son. , . ; 

Rayburn, Richard, clerk shanty with Ratbbun & Son. 
Redmond, Thomas, laborer with *' 
Richardson, James, tailor with « 
Rieter, H., laborer with " 

Roach, John, teamster with " 

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Rogers, Francii, laborer with Ratbbun k Boa. 

Ryan, Wlliam, laborer with *' 

Sager, Abraham, laborer with " 

Sager, Jacob, grocer. 

Sager, John, laborer with Rathbun & Son. 

Scantlin, Jamoa, wood ranger with " 

Scantlin, John, laborer with Rathbua & Son. 

Scott, Robert, farmer with " 

Scrimibaw, Isaac, blacksmith. 

Sharp, James, laborer with " 

Sherwood, H. B., superintondont with Ratbbun k Son. 

Simmons, Goon, blacksmith with " 

Simon, Ferdinand, laborer with " 

Sova, Paul, laborer, with Rathbun k Son. 

Stafford, Philip, carpenter. 

Starlinff, John, waggonnaaker. 

St. LoiiTa, Eli, laborer with Rathbun k Son. 

Steward, Mrs., tavern keeper. 

Talent, James, laborer with Rathbun k Son. 

Tassler, Lewis, ship carpenter with " 

Terryea, Edward, laborer with " 

Thomas, Patrick, laborer with " 

Tiesler, Frederick, laborer with " 

Trainor, Barney, boarding house keeper. 

Trainor, Hugh, laborer with Rathbun k Son. 

Vanalstine, Jonn R., sawfiler with Rathbun k Son. 

Vanhorn, Charles, laborer with " 

Wager, Sylvester, carpenter. 

Walker, Coon, laborer with Rathbun & Son. 

Walker, Robert A., teamster with " 

Walker, W. H., blacksmith. 

Welch, Edward, laborer with Rathbun k Son. 

Welch, John, laborer with " 

Welch, Lawrence, laborer with " 

Weldon, George R., hotel keeper. 

Wells, G. H., saddler and harnessmaker. 

Whitton, James, engineer with Rathbun k Son. 

Williams, M. H., manager Rathbun's store. 

Wilson, Edward C, clerk shanty with Rathbun k Son. 

Wilson, J. A., clerk with Rathbun k Son. 

Wilson, R.S. 

Woodcock, Alexander, laborer with " 

Woodcock, Marshall, laborer with •' ^'^ " ' 

Woodcock, Mrs., tavern keeper. ^ ■ ■ 

Wrightman, John, blacksmith. 

Yeomans, John, ship carpenter, with Ratbbun k Son. 

Yeomans, Wm., foreman ship yard keeper with * ' 

Young, George, laborer with " 

Young:, John S., foreman lath mill H 

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MILLTOWN. ;; 

Is situated in the Township of Tyendinaga, about one mile east 
of Shannon villa, on the Belleville and Richmond Road, and on the 
line of the Grand Trunk Railway. The Salmon River runs 
through it, and furnishes one of the best water-power privileges on 
the stream. On this privilege are two flouring mills, ivvo saw mills 
and a foundry and machine shop. The upper mill is owned by 
David Smith, Esq., and leased by N. S. Appleby. It has two 
run of stone, and is capable of grinding from 100 to 150 bushels 
a day. There is a saw mill attached, with three saws. Imme- 
diately below is the flouring mill, owned and worked by the Messrs. 
Lazier. The mill has three run of stone, and will grind from 
30,000 to 40,000 bushels a year. A saw mill is also connected 
with this mill. Opposite are the premises of Mr. R. F. Pegan, 
which consist of a large foundry and machine shop, and a cabinet 
and chair factory. There are one or two carriage and blacksmiths' 
shops, shoemakers, &c. Population about 200. 

Affie, John W., yeoman. 

APPLEBY, N. S., miller, north side Main st.—See Adv. p.Z2\. 

Appleby, Thomas D., yeoman, north side Main st. 

Barrage, Wm., grocer, south side Main st. 

Bower, William, carpenter, south side Main St. 

Gonnell, John, laborer, west side Golborne st, 

Craig, J. D., shoemaker, Main st. V 

Davis, Thomas, yeoman, south side Main st. 

Doxee, George S., waggonmaker, north side Main st. 

EASTON, JOSEPH, carriagemaker, north side Main st. — See Adv. p. 321. 

Embury, Andrew, carpenter, Golborne St. 

FuUerton. James, clerk, north side Main st. 

FuUerton, Joseph, innkeeper, north side Main st. 

Garrison, Richard, carpenter, south side Main st. 

Graves, Samuel, laborer, north side Main st. 

Gullett, George, miller, with N. S. Appleby, north side Main st. 

Hawley, William, yeoman. 

Henry, Robert, cabinetmaker. • > 

Hickp, Alexander, yeoman, south side Main st. 

Huyck, Caleb, yeoman. Main st. 

Huyck, Isaac, veoman. 

Johnson, Eli< ,, laborer, south side Wellington st. 

Kennedy, William, cooper, south side Wellington st. 

LAZIER ^ LAZIER, millers.— .See Adv. p. 321. 



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Has always on hand FLOUR, BRAN, SHORTS and other 

FEED, which will be sold cheap.— GRISTING promptly 

attended to. — The highest market price in cash paid for 

Wheat, Barley, Rye, Oats, Peas, &c. 

CARRIAGE AND BLACKSMITH SHOP> 

Miiltown, Tyendinaga. 



CARRIAGE MAKER & BLACKSMITH, 

AND MAKUFACTURER OP 

HAKKOWS, CULTIVATORS AND OTHER FARMING IMPLEMENTS. 

CARRIAGES AND LUMBER STOCK ALWAYS IN STOCK AND 

MADE TO ORDER. 
REPAIRING AND JOBBINO PROMPT IiY PONE. 

laziFr's mills, 

MILLTOWN, TYENDINAGA 

B. L. LAZIER & S. A. LAZIER, - ■ Proprietors. 

GRISTING & CRACKING OFALL KINDS DONEWITH DESPATCH 



Flour and Feed of all descriptions always on hand. 

MILLTOWN FOUNDRY, 

Cabinet Ware and Chair Factory, 

MILLTOWN, NEAR SHANNONVILLE. 

JR. F. BEGAN, 

In returning thanks for past support, would say to the people of Tyendinaga, 
County ol Ilastingn, and adjoining Counties, and his friends generally, that he is 
now trotting up a Stock of articles in each of the above lines or business, that will 
ensure satisftiction to those who may favor him with their patronage. 

PLOUGHS.— Ploughs and Plough Points constantly on liand. He would call 
the special attention of the Farmer to his AM.STERDAM PLOUGH, which for 
general use, he believes, not to be surpassed by any in the country. 

STOVES .—Farmer's Improved Cooking Stove, heavy castings. Box Stoves, 
extra heavy. 

FURNITURE.— Furniture and Chairs constantly on hand, and made to order. 



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Lazier, Richard, lumberman. 

Lazier, Richard L., yeoman and miller, Main st. * -* 

Lazier, Stephen A., contractor and miller, Main st. 

Lyon, Thomas, carpenter, south side Main st. 

Pegan, John, moulder, south side Wellington st. 

PEGAN, R, F., J. P., foundry, machine shop, and cabinet factory, south 

side Wellington st. — See Adv. p. 321. 
Rennisk, Gordon, yeoman, south side Main st. 
Roberts, J. H., merchant, south side Main St. > ,. 

Smith, Colborne, grocer, north side Main st. 
Smith, David, J.P., miller, north side Main st. 
Smith, William, gardiner, north side Main st. 
Taylor, J. F., cooper, north side Main st. 
Vader, John, yeoman. 
Vandervoort, John M., wagonmaker, north side Main st. i 



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The Township of Rawdon is bounded on the north by Marmora, 
on the south by Sidney, on the east by Huntingdon, and on the 
west by Seymour, in the County of Northumberland. It possesses 
good soil, and many portions of the Township are in a high state of 
cultivation. Within the Municipality is the thriving village of 
Stirling, now incorporated. Its proximity to the extensive mines 
of Marmora will always hi of great advantage to the Township. 
When those mines come to be developed, Rawdon will find an 
excellent market for her surplus produce there, as well as at Belle- 
ville and Stirling. The population of this Township in 1839, 
including the Village of Stirling, was 1067 ; in 1860-61, according 
to the census of that year, the population was 4,34-1; it is now 
estimated at 5,000. 

Toionship Council, 1869. — Wm. Conley, Reeve; H. Walker, 
Deputy Reeve ; Samuel Vandervoort, John Stewart, Gideon Mosier 

Toionship Officers. — Andrew Glass, Clerk; Frederick Sine, 
Treasurer. 

bth Division Court. — Wm. J idd, Clerk, Post office, Stirling. 

Post Offices. — Stirling, Wm. Judd, Postmaster ; Harold — 8th 
concession, lot 12, Richard Buck, Postmaster; Weilman's Corners 
— 5th concession, lot 18, George Empey, Postmaster. 

Abbott, Ferdinand, laborer, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Abbott, George, saddler, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Abbott, ■William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Adams, Daniel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3, 
Adams, Daniel, jr., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 
Adams, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
Adams, Lewis, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 3. 
Adams, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
Allen, E. D., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 12. 
Andrews, George, blacksmith, 5th concession, part lot 24. 
Anderson, Mrs. Mary -Jane, 11th concession, part lot 9. 
Anderson, Robert, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 7. 
Anderson, Robert N., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 7. 



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Archambault, John, yeomao, 12th concession, part lot 13. 
Atcheson, Robert, laborer, 7th concession, part lot 20. 
Austin, David, mason, 8th concession, part lot 17. 
Badgley, Samuel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 
Badgley, Stephen, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 
Badgley, William, yeoman, 5lh concession, part lot S. 
Baggott, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 10. 
Baggott, John, yeoman, 5lh concession, part lot 10. 
Bailey, Charles, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 19. 
Bailey, David, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 
Bailey, James, J. P., yeoman, 3th concession, lot 13. 
Bailey, John, yeoman, 8th concession, pait lot 12. 
Bailey, Samuel, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 12. 
Baker, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9. 
Baker, L. G., yeoman, 7th concession, lo* 20. 
Barager, Charles, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 
Barager, Geoige, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 10. 
Barlow, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 12. 
Bartlett, Cortland, laborer, 2nd concession, part lot 22. 
Barton, Aaron, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 19. 
Barton, F. J. G. yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 19. 
Barton, Isaac, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 19. 
Barton, William, yeoman, 10th concension, part lot 19, 
Bashaw, Nelson, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 14. 
Bateman, Caleb, B., yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 2. 
Bateman, Edward, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 2. 
Bateman, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 2. 
Bateman, John S., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 2. 
Bateman, Joseph, laborer, 13th concession, part lot 19. 
Bateman, Samuel, jun., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 
Bateman, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 
Bateman, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 4. 
Bateman, William T., yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 3. 
Bates, William H., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 
Beined, Albert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Beined, Julius, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Belshaw, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 5. 
Belshaw, James T., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 5. 
Belshaw, William yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 5. 
Benedict, Aaron, blacksmith, 3rd concession, part lot 20. 
Benedict, Caleb, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 
Benedict, George, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 24. 
Bennett, Edward, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 2. 
Bennett, Lewis, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Bird, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 6. 
Bird, Patrick, 8th concession, lotG. 
Bird, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 6. 
Bird, Stephen, shoemaker, 1st concession, part lot 2. 
Bird, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 6. 
Bonesteel, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 21. 
Bonesteel, Peter, yeoman, Gth concession, part lot 21. 
Booth, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 18. 
Boyle, John, sen., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 14. 
Boyle, John, jiin., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 14. 
Boyle, Terence, laborer, 10th concession, part lot 14. 



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Breakenridge, James, jeoman, 13th concession, part 3. 
Brooks, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 22. 
Brown, Henry, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 3. 
Brown, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 11 and 12. 
Brown, Mary, spinster, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 
Brown, Philip, jun., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. 
Brown, Philip, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. 
Brown, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 
Brownson, John, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 1. 
Brownson, Lewis, yeoman, i4th concession, part lot 1. 
Brownson, Martin, yeoman, 14th concession, part let 1. 
Brownson, Simeon, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 1. 
Brownson, W. W., yeomon, 5th concession, part lot 8. 
Buck, Richard, innkeeper, 8th concession, part lot 12. 
Burgess, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Burk, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 
Burkett, Christopher, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 12. 
Burkett, Francis, yeoman, llih concession, part lot 12. 
Burkett, George L., yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 11. 
Burkett, John, laborer, Uth concession, part lot 11. 
Burnham, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 9. 
Butler, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 

Cain, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 

Cain, Patrick, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 4, 

Callaghan, Patrick, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 21. 

Campbell, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 

Carlisle, Thomas, Ipbcror, Ist concession, part lot 23. 

Carr, Daniel, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 3. 

Ca.li', Gilueit, yeoman, Vih concession, part lot 10. 

Carr, Jacob, yeoman, 2nrl concession, pari, lot 3. 

Carr, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 3. 

Carr, Philip, yeoman, 2iid concession, part lot 3. , 

Cdssidy, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 8. , 

Caverly, Allan, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 9. ; 

Caverly, Elijah, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. 

Caverly, Jonas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 9. 

Caverly, Joseph, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 14. 

Caverly, Mrs., widow, 4th concession, part lot 9. 

Caverly, Sanford, laborer, 5th concession, part lot 11. 

Chard, Albert, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 14. 

Chard, Benjamin, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 18. , 

Chard, Elias, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 15. 

Chard, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 15. -. , . , 

Chard, P., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 22. 

Chard, Peter, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 15. 

Chard, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 15. 

Chard, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 15. 

Clancy, Andrew, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 24. 

Clancy, Ebenezer, laborer, 5th concession, part lot 21. 

Clancy, Edward, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 24. 

Clancy, Robert, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 24. 

Clapp, Philip, miller, 1st concession, part lot 10. 

Clare, Thomas II., carpenter, 6th concession, part lot 19. 

Clarke, John, innkeeper, postmaster, 8th concession, part lot 12. 

Clarke, Jonathan, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 18. 



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Clarke, Nathan, yeoman, 10th conce8sion, T,art lot 1. 
Clarke, William S., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 1. 
Clement, Robt. R., yeoman, 9th conception, part lot 9. 
Clements, John, yeoman, 6th concepaion, part lot 4. 
Clements, Thomas, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 4. 
Cole, Samuel, laborer, Cth concession, part lot 12. 
Cole, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Cole, William J., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Conley, George, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 9. 
Conley, Hiram, yeoman, Srd concession, part lot 9. 
Conley, Philip, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 9. 
Connors, Edward, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 4. 
Connors, John, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 23. 
Cook, David, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 9. 
Cook, Ira J., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 12. 
Cook, James, J. P., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 8. 
Cook, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 1. 
Cook, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 9. 
Cooney, William, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 1. 
Coons, Charles, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 9. 
Coons, John G., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 9. 
Corbaid, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 11. 
Cotton, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 3. 
Couch, Harvey, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 
Courtney, Henry, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. 
Courtney, John, yeoman, 8th concession, lot 4. 
Courtney, William, yeoman, 8th concession, lot 4. 
Courtney, William J., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. 
Coutts, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 14. 
Coutts, John, laborer, 4th concession, part lot 14. 
Coutts, John, laborer, 4th concession, part lot 14. 
Cowan, James, cordwainer, 13th concession, part lot 2. 
Cragg, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 5. 
Craske, Walter, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 10. 
Cronkright, John, laborer, 11th concession, part lot 20. 
Cummingd, Anson, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 16. 
Cummings, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 2. 
Cummings, Gilbert, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 16. 
Cummings, Jedediah, J.P., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 17. 
Cummings, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 5. 
Cummings, Preston, laborer, 2nd concession, part lot 16. 
Cummings, Wilson,' yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 16. 
Dafce, Ashael, yeoman, 4th concession, part lota 11 and 12. 
Dafoe, George, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 13. 
Davis, Samuel A., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 22. 
Denike, Elijah, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 15. 
Denike, Isaac, sen., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 7. 
Denike, Solomon, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 15. 
Dixon, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 1. 
Doak, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 7. 
Doak, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
Doak, Joseph, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 8. 
Donald, Alexander, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 22. 
Donan, James, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 24. 
Donan, Robert, yeoman, 10th concssion, part lot 23. 






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Donan, William, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 24. 
Doughty, Richard, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Downs, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 9. 
Downs, William, yeoman, 5th concession, west half lot 5. 
Dracup, Albert, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 12. 
Dracup, George, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. 
Drewery, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 8. 
Drewery, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 8. 
Dunham, Henry, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19' 
Dunham, Michael, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Dunn, Alexander, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 22. 
Dunn, Edward C, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 20. 
Dunn, James, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 20. 
Duncan, James yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 15. 
Eagan, Thomas, laborer, 12th concession, part lot 5. 
Eastwood, Alfred, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 15. 
Eastwood, Edgar, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 15, 
Edwards, F. L., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 21. 
Eggleton, David, sen., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 3. 
Eggleton, David, jun., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 3. 
Eggleton, Paul, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 4. 
Eg(;leton, Thomas, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 3. 
Elliott, James, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 22. 
Elliott, Kennedy, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 22. 
Embury, Edward, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 13. 
Empy, George, merchant, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Ervine, James, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 24. 
Fair, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 7. 
Fair, Thomas J., 6th concession, part lot 7. 
Fairman, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 11. 
Fanning, John B,, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 
Fargery, Thomas, yeoman, 3ril concession, part lot 2. 
Fargey, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 2. 
Farrel, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3. 
Ferguson, George H., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 8, 
Ferguson, Hiram, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 8. 
Fidler, Edward, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 10. 
Pidler, Robert, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 10. 
Finch, James, laborer, 9th concession, part lot 24. 
Finkle, George, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 16. 
Finkle, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 16. 
Finkle, Lester, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 16. 
Fleming, David, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 22, 
Fleming, Matthew, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 22. 
Fletchar, Alexander, yeoman, 7th concession part lot 24. 
Fletcher, Jacob, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1. 
Fletcher, John, J. P., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 
Fletcher, Joseph, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 21. 
Foley, Maurice, laborer, 14th concession, part lot 22. 
Foley, Timothy, laborer, 14th concession, part lot 24. 
Fones, Daniel, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 4. 
Forrestel, James, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 1. 
Forrestel, Wm. J., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 1. 
Foster, James, blacksmith, 6th concession, part lot 7. 
Fox, Daniel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 






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Fox, John W , yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 18. 
Fox, Samuel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 17. 
Fox, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Francis, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 24. 
Franklin, John, mason, 11th concession, part lot 8. 
Fraser, Hugh, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 3. 
Fraser, John, yeoman, II tb concession, part lot 1. 
Fraser, Sylvester, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 2. 
Fraser, VYilliam, yeoman, lltb concession, part lot I. 
Fredett, Augustus, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 16. 
Fredett, Papis, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 15. 
Frost, George, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 15. 
Frost, John, yeoman, isth concession, part lot 16. 
Frost, William, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 16. > 
Fultin, Stephen, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Gallagher, James, yeoniiin, 3rd concession, part lot 13. 
Gardner, George, yeoniiin, 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Gardner, Wolf, yeomai, 12th concession, part lot 19. 
Garrison, Joseph, yeom in, 4th concession, part lot 9. 
Gault, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 8. 
Gay, Robert, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 3. • • 

Gay, Thomas, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 3. 
Gibson, Henry, laborer, 10th concession, part lot 18. 
Girdward, James, laborer, 9tu concession, part lot 17. 
Girdward, William, yeoman, 9th conression, part lot 16. 
Glass, Andrew, 5th concession, part lot 9. 
Goggins, Anthony, yeomau, 2nd concession, part lot 22. 
Good, James E., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1. 
Good, Robert, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1, n 
Good, Samuel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1. 
Gould, W., laborer, 2nd concession, part lot 14. 
Graham, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 10. 
Graham, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 3. .; .- 

Graham, Samuel, laborer, 7th concession, part lot 16. , 

Green, Ebeaezer, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 12. 
Green, John, yeoman, 4th concession, port lot 14. 
Green, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 
Green, Joseph B., yeoman, 1st concessiou, part lot 21. 
Green, Lewis, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 23, 
Green, Lewis, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 16. , • ; 

(", leen, Ogiien, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 15. 
Green, Vulentine, yeoman, 4t'a concession, part lot 10. 
Green, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 15. 
Gregory, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 1. 
Guernsey, Ebcr, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 23. 
Guernsey, Sylvanus, yeoman, 4th concession, pa-t lot 24. 
'iagcrman, Benjamin, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 2. 
iagerman, Donald M., yeoman, 6th concession, lot 1. 
Jagerman, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 2. 
■ lagerman, John S., J. P., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 
Haggerty, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 1. 
Haggerty, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 2. 
Haggerty, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 2. 
Hamilton, Andrew, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 10. 






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Harlow^, Francis, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 22. 
Harlow, Mrs., widow, 3rd concession, part lot 11. 
Harris, Richard, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 10. 
Haslett, John J., yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 18. 
Haslett, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 3. 
Haslett, William, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 13. 
Heagle, Henry, yeoman, 11th concession, lot 7. 
Heagle, James, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 7. 
Heagle, Jchial, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 13. 
Heagle, Wm., yeoman, 7ih concession, part lot 5. 
Heath, David, yeoman, 9th concession, jart lot 12. 
Heath, John, school teacher, 8th concession, part lot 12. 
Heath, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 13. 
Helme, Sidney, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 16. 
Helmer, Rodney, yeoman, 4th concession, pirt lot 10. 
Helmer, Willard, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 
Hoard, Aaron, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 24. 
Hoard, Nathan, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 24. 
Hogle, Abner, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 14. 
Hogle, Alexander, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 15. 
Hogle, D^vid, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 15. 
Hogle, Francis, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 15. 
Hogle, Henry, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 
Hogle, Joseph, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 18. 
Hogle, William, carpenter, 7th concession, part lot 16. 
Holland, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 6. 
Holland, Wm., yeomaii, Otli Concession, pan lot 7. 
Honer, Samuel C, laborer, 14th concession, part lot 3. 
Hopkins, Hugh, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 3. 
Hopkins, James, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 3. 
Hoi con, Albert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 2. 
Hortoii, Archibald, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 
Horton, Elijah, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 4. 
Horton, Samuel, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 9 
Horton, Samuel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 5. 
Houghton, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 19. 
Houghton, Robert, sen., yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 24. 
Hough, Isaac, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 18. 
Hover, David, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 6. 
Hover, Henry, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 2. 
Hubble, Alouzo, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 18. 
Hubble, B., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 22. 
Hubble, Charles, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 24. 
Hubble, Courtland, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 20. 
Hubble, Dexter, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 18. 
Hubble, Edgar, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 24. 
Hubble, Erastus, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 18. 
Hubble, Ezekiel, blacksmith, 5th concession, part lot 20. 
Hubble, Ira, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 21. 
Hubble, Isaac, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 20. 
Hubble, Nehemiah, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 19. 
Hubble, Nehemii'b, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 19, 
Hubble, Peter, ye >man, 5th concession, part lot 20. 
Hubble, Reuben, sen., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 17. 
llubble, Reuben, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 

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Hubble, William, yeoman, lat concession, part lot 18, 
Hubble, William, yeoman, 11 concession, part lot 23. 
Hubble, Wm. W., yeoman, 3d concession, part lot 18. 
Huff, Isaac, yeoman, 9th coucession, part lot 18. 
Huffman, Daniel, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 1'*. 
Huffman, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 17. 
Huffman, John, yeoman, let concession, part lot 14, 
Hume, Thomas, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 24. 
Hurd, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 13. 
Hurst, James, yeoman, Gtb concession, part lot 3. 
Hurst, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 18, 
Hurst, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 18. 
Jackman, Roger, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 16. 
Jackman, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot IT. 
Jeffry, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 7. 
Jellett, Morgan, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 13. 
Jenkinson, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 19. 
Johnson, Alexander, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 
Johnson, Benjamin, yeoman, 7th concesRion, part lot 12, 
Johnson, Charles, laborer, 1st concession, part lot 19. 
Johnson, Elijah, laborer, 3rd concession, part lot 16. 
Johnson, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 
Johnson, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 21. 
Johnson, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 23. 
Johnson, John S., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 22. 
Johnson, Lester, carpenter, Ist concession, part lot 19. 
Johnson, Sheriff, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 2. 
Johnson, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 
Johnston, Francis, yeoman,' 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Johnston, James, laborer, 10th concession, part lot 17. 
Johnston, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 10. 
Jones, Robert, yeoman,'6th concession, part lot 12. 
Jordison, 0. A., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 19. 
Joyce, William R., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 1. 
Juby, James, yeoman, lat concession, part lot 2. 
Judd, William, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 10. 
Keagan, Mrs. Eliza, Ist concession, part lot 6. 
Keating, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 
Keith, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Kelly, John F., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Kendle, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 2. 
Ketcheson, Aaron, yeoman, 8th concession part lot 9. 
Kingston, Charles, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 
Kingston, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 
Kingston, Paul, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot ]. 
Kingston, Robert, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 10. 
Kingston, Robert, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 1, 
Kingston, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 
Kingston, Wesley, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
Kingston, William, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 2, 
Kingston, W. J., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 2. 
Knox, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 9. 
Kyle, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 11. 
Kyle, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 11. 
Lake, Nicholas, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot lU 



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Latie, A., jcoman, ^th concession, part lot 22. 
Lanigan, James, tailor, 3ril concession, part lot 6. 
Lavia, Ralph, yooman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 
Ledster, Thomas, yeoman, 8th, concession, part lot 7. 
Lenox, John W,, blacksmith, 3rd concession, part lot 19. 
Liberty, Joseph, yeoman, 14th concession, lot 6. 
Liberty, Joseph, jr., yeoman, 14lh concession, part lot 6. 
Lingham, Job, yeoman, 13th, concession, part lot 2. 
Linn, David, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Linn, David, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 24. 
Linn, Henry, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 
Linn, Robert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 23, 
Linn, Thomas, shoemaker, 3rd concession, part lot 7. 
Little, Thomas, laborer, 10th concession, part lot 18. 
Livingstone, David, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 11. 
Livingstone, Hugh, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 11. 
Lloyd, John M., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 10. 
Lott, Benjamin, carpenter, 6th concession, part lot 23. 
Loucks, Adam, innkeeper, 3rd concession, part lot 22. 
Lovell, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 22. 
Lowery, George, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 14. 
Mabey, Emmanuel, jr., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 18. 
Mabey, Emmanuel, J. P., yeoman, 4tb concession, lot Id. 
Mabey, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 19. 
Mabey, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 18. 
Mabey, Robert, laborer, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
Mabey, Samuel, laborer, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
Mack, Andrew, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 16. 
Mack, David, yeoman, 5th conce' lion, part lot 19. 
Mack, David, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 17. 
Mack, James, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 22. 
Mack, Lewis, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 17. 
Mack, Samuel, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 5. 
Mack, Stephen, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 18. 
Mack, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Mack, William, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 19. 
Madon, Alfred, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 17. 
Mahar, Michael, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 
Maloney, Daniel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Maloney, Dennis, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 5. 
Maloney, John, yeoman, 6ih concession, part lot 5. 
Maloney, Thomas, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 5. 
Martin, Walter, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 1. 
Mason, Levi, yeoman, lOth concession, part lot 10. 
Mason, Richard, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 11. 
Mason, Royal, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 11. 
Massey, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 18. 
Matthews, Henry, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 22. 
Matthews, Robert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 22. 
Meiklejohn, Andrew, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 22. 
Meiklejohn, John, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 24. 
Meiklejohn, Peter, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 24. 
Meiklejohn, William, yeoman, 8th concession, lot 24. 
Meiklejohn, William, yeoman, 12th concession, lot 22. 
Melden, Daniel, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 14. 



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-Merrick, Isaac, yeoman, 2nd concession^ part lot 22. 
.Uiller, Darid, yeoman, 8tb concession pari; lot 20. 
.Miller, George, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 21. 
Miller, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 21. 
Miller, Rolwrt, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 21. 
Miller, Stewart, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 21. 
Miller, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 21. 
Mills, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Moffatt, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 5. 
:Moffatt, Robert, yeoman, let concession, part lot 8. 
Montgomery, Archibald, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 
Montgomery, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 
Montgomery, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot o. 
Montgomery, William, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 8. 
Moreau, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 7. 
Morrow, John, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 11. 
Morrow, William, yeoman, 15th concession, part lot 11. 
Morton, Alexander, yeoman, 12tb concession, part lot 24. 
Morton, John, yeoman, 6th concesdon, part lot 15. 
Morton, Robert, yeoman, 10th concession, lot 14. 
Moi'ton, Thomas, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 13. 
Mosber, Gideon, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
Mosber, Miles, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 5. 
Mumby, Charles, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 6. 
Mumby, George, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 6. 
Mumby, James, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 6. 
Mumby, Joseph, yeoman, 12th concession, lot 8. 
^umby, William, yeoman, 13th concession, lot 8. 
Mundell, Samuel, yeoman, 3i'd concession, part lot 2. 
Murray, William, J., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 23. 
McCabe, Allen M., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 8. 
McCan, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 
McCan, John, jun., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 
McCaughen, Mrs. B., Ist concession, part lot 8. 
McCaw, Daniel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 6. 
McOaw, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 7. 
McGomb, David, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 11. 
McGomb, David, yeoman, 12th concession, part 10. 
McComb, James, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 11. 
McOonnell, Alpheus, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 11. 
McConnell, Elias, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 9. 
McGonnell, Ira, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 
McGonnell, Levi, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 11. 
McGonnell, Sylvanas, yeoman, 10th concession, part lots 10 and 11. 
McGormick, Robert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 13. 
McGormick, Thos., yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 11. 
McGurdy, Gordon, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 2. 
McDonnell, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 12. 
McGee, Andrew, yeoman, Srd concession, p«<'* lot 7. 
McGee, Archibald, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 8. 
McGee, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 8. 
McGee, Samuel, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 8. 
McGowan, John, yeoman, 2nd concession; part lot 1 . 
.HcGroty, Thomas, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 7. 



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HcHargh, Robert, yeomaa, 10th crncession, part lot 23. 
Mclninsh, Mrs. 0., Srd concession, part lot 7. 
Mcluinsb, Robert, yeoman, 3id concessiun, part lot 7. 
McInroT, Daniel, laborer, 12th concession, pa.t lot 17. 
HcKee, Charles, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 17. 
MeKee, Harleigb, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 21. 
MoKenna, Mercia, innlceepor, 9th concession, pait lot 13°. 
UcKenzie, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 'it 
McKeowi, John, yeoman, llth concession, part lot 19. 
McKeown, Thomas, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot i9. 
McKim, Elias, yeoman, 4lh concession, part lot 20. 
McMaster, David, sen., yeoman, llth concession, part lot 6. 
McMaster, Darid, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 7. 
McMaster, James, yeoman, llth concession, part lot 5. 
McMaster, Robert, yeom&n, llth concession, lot 6. 
McMaster, William, yeoman, 12 th concession, lot 6. 
McMillan, Baldwin, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 
McMillan, Samuel, yeoman, 13th concestiion, part lot 4. 
McMullen, Alexander, yoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 
McMuUen, Amos A., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 9. 
McMullin, Abraham, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 23. 
McMallin, Alexander, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 15. 
McMullin, Henry, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 
MfiMullin, Henry, ^un., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 
McMullin, John, yt oman, 9th concession, part lot 9. 
McMurray, Mrs. Mark, widow, 7th concession, part lot 4. 
McMurray, Willia^ii, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 
McQuigg, ThoB', yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 10' 
McQuigg, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 10. 
MoQuigg, Thoiipson, yeoman, 10th concf/ssion, part lot 24. 
McQuigg, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 10. 
McQuif[g, William J., yeoman, 10th concession, yart lot 21. 
McWilliams, liaison, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 13. 
Narry, Duncan, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 
Narry, James, yeoman, 6th concession. 
Narry, RoUo, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 
Narry, Samuel, yecnan, 6th concession, lot 11. 
Neal, John, yeoman, 14th concession, lot 7. 
Neal, Thomas, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 11. 
Neal, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Nicholson, Tillotson, yeoman, 7th concession, pp' t lot 12. 
Nix, Oharles, carpenter, Sth concession, part lot 18. 
Nobes, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 22. 
Orser, Aaron, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 20. 
Orser, Enoch, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 20. 
Orser, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 20. 
Ontwater, Andrew, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 10. 
Outwater, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 10. 
Ontwater, Peter, yeoman, 9th concession, port lot 10. 
Ovens, Thomas, yeoman, 10th concession, lot 17, 
Parlts, John, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 7. 
Patterson, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession part lot 5. 
Pattersoa, Samuel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 5. 
Pearson, James, yeoman, Ipi concession, part lot 20. 
Pearson, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 20. 



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Peeps, Peter, yeoman, 3rd concescioo, part lot 11. 
Phillips, Albert, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 
Phillips, Andrew, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1. 
Phillips, Jonathan, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 10. 
Phillips, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 16. 
Phillips, Norris, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 22. 
Plunkett, James, yeoman, I4th concession, part lot 22. 
Pollock, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 19. 
Potter, Andrew, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 13. 
Potts, Austin, yeoman, 6ih confiession, part lot 19. 
Potts, Francis, ydoman, 7th concession, part lot 20. 
Potts, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 14. 
Ponnder, Qeryrge, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 22. 
Pounder, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 22. 
Pounder, Robert / y man, 7th concession, part lot 22. 
Prerrie, John, yeom .rd concession, part lot 10. 
Pressly, Munro, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 12. 
Preston, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 4. 
Preston, Robert, teacher, 6th concession, part lot 4. 
Preston, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 5. 
Pretty, Charles, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 7. 
Purdy, Mr., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 7, 
Radford, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 16. 
Ralph, Mrs. P., widow, 6th concession, part lot 14. 
Ray, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 31. 
Reddick, Hiram, yeoman, 13th concessioc, part lot 18. 
Redcliff, Lewis, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 19. 
Reed, Allan, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 16. 
Reed, Edwin, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
Reed, Enoch, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 13. 
Reed, Holden, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 9. 
Reed, John, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 10. 
Reed, Mrs., widow, Uth concessipn, part lot 6. 
Reed, Robert, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 22. 
Reed, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concessvnn, part lot 3. 
Rennie, Charles, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 23. 
Rennie, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 21. 
Renaie, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd coacession, part lot 21. 
Richardson, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 6. 
Robinson, James, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 6. 
Rogers, Robt., jun., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 
Rogers, Robert, yeoman, 1st concession, jart lot 8. 
Rogers, William, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 3. 
Rombough, Wm. R., yeoman, 1 Ith concession, part lot 5. 
Rosebush, Edward, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9. 
Rosebush, Hiram, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9. 
Rosebush, Joseph, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 9. 
Runnels, Edward, yeoman, Stb concession, part lot 10. 
Runnels, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 10. 
Runnels, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 10. 
Rupert, Charles, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 15. 
Rupert, Ira, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 23. 
Rupert, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot IS. 
Rupert, Joseph, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 15. 
Rupert, Leonard, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 19. 



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Rupert, Thomas, yeoman, itb concession, part lot 10. 
Rassell, John, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 23. 
Russell, John B., yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 23. 
Rutherford, Robert, yeoman, 11th concession, lot 14. 
Ryan, James, yeoman, 4th c^^oesaion, part lot 4. 
Ryan, Patrick, yeoman, 6th vonoession, part lot 3. 
Ryan, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 4. 
Ryan, Thomas, jr., yeoman, 4th eoncession, part lot 4. 
Sarlea, Elijah, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Sarles, Lewis, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Sarles, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Sarlea, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Scarlet, George, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 22. 
Scott, George, 3'C'oman, 5tb concession, part lot 18. 
Scott, Hugh, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot IS. 
Scott, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 11. 
Scott, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 11. 
Scrimshaw, Christopher, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 16. 
Scrimshaw, Marshall, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 16. 
Scrimshaw, William, laborer, 12th concession, part lot 16. 
Scrimshaw, William J., yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 16. 
Seeley, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
Seeley, Levi, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 7. 
Seeley, Martin, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 7. 
Seeley, 0., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 7. 
Seeley, Samuel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
Sharp, Oharles, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 21. 
Sharp, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
Shearing, A., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 
Shaw, James, yeoman, 10 th concession, part lot 11. 
Shaw, William, yeoman, dth concession, part lot 8. 
Shearman, Andrew, blacksmith, 6th concession, part lot 18. 
Shearman, Carlisle, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 8. 
Shearman, James, sawmill, 9th concession, part lot 8. 
Shearman, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 9. 
Shearman, Sanford, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 8. 
Shearman, William E., yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 8. 
Shorts, Adam G., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 21. 
Sills, Alexander, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 11. 
Sills, Sylvester, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 
Sills, Syl Tester, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 10. 
Simmons, Marvin, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 17. 
Simmons, Timothy, tailor, 8th eoncession, part lot 17. 
Simpson, George, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 12. 
Simpson, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 12. 
Sinclair, Adam, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 18. 
Sinclair, Samuel, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 2. 
Sinclair, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 23. 
Sine. Allen, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 12. 
Sine, Charles, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 12. 
Sine, David, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 11. 
Sine, Elijah, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
Sine, Frederick, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 12. 
■Sine, Gilbert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 



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Sine, Joiepb, yeoman, 6th conoeMion, part lot 11. 
Sine, Murney, yeoman, 6th concesaion, part lot 12. 
Ssne, Myres, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 
Sine, Peter, jun., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 
Sine, Silas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Sine, SyWanuB, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
Sine, Tobias, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 8. 
Slcuce, Thomas, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 1. 
Smith, George, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 7. 
Smith, Henry, jr., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. 
Smith, Heory, J. P., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. 
Smith, Hiram, carpenter, Ist concession, part lot 8. 
Smith, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. 
Smith, John, yeoman, 2nd inncession, part lot 18. 
Smith, Nelson L., yeoman, 2.>d cocceasion, part lot 17. 
Smith, Philip, yeoman, 3rd couoession, part lot 12. 
Smith, Silas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9, 
Smith, William, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 14. 
Snarr, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 21. 
Spry, James, yeoman, 14th conccFsion, lot 8. 
Spry, John, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 7. 
Spry, Richard, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 8. 
Spry, Samuel, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 8. 
Spry, Wm., yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 8. 
Stapely, Daniel, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 5. 
Steadman, Benjamin, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 13. 
Stewart, Duncan, yeoman, 9ih concession, lot 23. 
Stewart, Hugh, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 21. 
Stewart, James R., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 23. 
Stewart, John, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 23. 
Stewart, Margaret, spinster, 8th concession, part lot 22. 
Stewart, Samuel, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 9. 
Stewart, Thomas, yeoman, i.2tb concession, part lot 20. 
Stewart, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 6. 
Stiles, Benjamin, yeoman, 10th ooncession, part lot 13. 
Stiles, John, yeoman, 12ih concession, part lot 20. 
Stiles, John B., yeoman, lltb concession, part lot 21. 
Stiles, Samuel, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 20. 
Stiles, Simon, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 20. 
Stout, Nicholas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Strachan, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 23. 
Sullivan, John, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 23. 
Summers, Matbew, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 24. 
Sweet, David, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 7. 
Tanner, Benjamin, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 1. 
Tanner, Edward, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 2. 
Tanner Elizabeth, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 1. 
Tanner, James, yeoman, Stb concession, part lot 1. 
Tanner, James, jun., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 2. 
Tanner, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 2. 
Tanner, William, jun., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 1. 
Tanner, William, sen., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 2. 
Taj lor, Francis W., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 21. 
Taylor, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 22. 
Taylor, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 22. 



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Ttuine, Jonathan, yeoman, 8th conceuion, part lot 21. 

Thompson, Robert, yeoman, 12th coocession, part lot S. 

Todd, Oharles, yeoman, 7th conoessiou, part lot 23. 

Todd, William H., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 

Tomkins, Qeorge, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 12. 

Totton, John A., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 24. 

Totton, William, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 24. 

Totton William J., yeomac, 6th concession, part lot 23. 

Tacker, Albert, yeoman, .'th concession, part lot 13.- 

Tacker, Darid, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. , 

Tacker, Qeorge, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 24. 

Tacker, Lather, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 14. 

Tnffts, Stephen, veoman, 1st concession, part lot 1. 

Tweedio, Samael, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 3. 

Vanderroort, Francis W., J.P., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot \9. 

VanderToort, George, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 19. 

YanderToort, James A., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 16. 

Vanderroort^ Samael, S., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 13. 

Valentine, Silas, laborer, Ist concession, part lot 16. 

Vent, George, -^oman, 6th concession, part lot 23. 

Vollock, Oscar, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 9. 

Walker, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 23. 

Walker, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 23. 

Walker, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 14. 

Wallace, John N., yeoman, 4th concession, lot 16. 

Wallace, William J., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 23. 

Wallbridge, Absolom, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 22. 

Wannamaker, James, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 7. 

Ward, Samael, jr., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 

Watson, George, yeoman^ 6th concession, part lot 21. 

Watson, James, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 11. 

Wearer, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 22. 

Wearer, Octavius, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 17. 

Wearer, Peter, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 14. 

Wearer, Peter J., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 17. 

Wearer, Simon, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 

Wearer, Sylreater, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 24. 

Webb, Ohristopher, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 13. 

Webb, George, yeoman, lltb concession, part lot 10. 

Webb, Henry, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 10. 

Webb, John, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 13. 

Webb, Thomas, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 10. 

Weese, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 22. 

Weese, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 16. 

Welch, John, yeoman, 1 Otb concession, part lot 9. 

Welch, Peter, saw maker, lOth concession, part lot 9. 

Wellman, Darid, yeoman, lOtb concession, part lot 20. 

Wellman, Peter, yeoman, I3th concession, part lot 10. 

Wellmans corner, cheese Factory, 5th concession, part lot 19. 

Wescott, Allen, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 20. 

Wescott, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 20. 

Wescott, Samael, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 32. 

Wescott, S. N., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 13. 

Wescott, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 18. 

Wescott, William, yeoman, 3rd concessiou, part lot 22. 



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White, Darid, carpenter, 4th ooneeiiion, part lot 13. 
White, Elam, yeoman, 1st concesaion, part lot 6. 
White, Harrifon, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 22. 
White, Henry, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 18. 
White, Henry B., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 21. 
White, John, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 2. 
White, Melancthen, yeoman, 1st conosssion, part lot 24. 
White, Mrs, widow, 14tb concession, part lot i. 
White, Philo, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 2. 
White, Thomas, yeoman, 14tb concession, part lot 2. 
Wiggins, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 22. 
Wilcox, Eneas, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 23. 
Williams, Allen, yeoman, 2ad concession, part lot 23. 
Williams, Allen, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 22. 
Williams, GaWin, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 23. 
Williams, David, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 24. 
Williams, Eleazar, yeoman, 4th concess'on, part lot I. 
Williams, M. S. B., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 23. 
Wilaon. AC. m, blacksmith, 6tb concession, part lot 7. 
WiUonj Qeorge, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 10. 
Wilson, John, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 22. 
Wilson, Robert, yeoman, 3rd concesaion, part lot 1. 
Woodbeek, E., yeoman, S*;h concession, part lot 14. 
Woodbeck, Matthew, yeoman, llth conces'' m, part lot 23. 
Woodbeek, Ebenezer, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 21. 
Woods, Hugh, yeoman, 12th concession, part lot 4. 
Woods, Joseph, yeoman, 12th concession, lot 4. 
Woodward, Daniel, machinist, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
Woodward, Handle, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
Woodward, Thomas, yeoman, .^nd concession, part lot 4. 
Wotton, Daniel, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 21. 
Wright, Charles, saddler, Ist concesaion, part lot I4. 
Wright, Charles, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. 
Wright, Henry, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 6. 
Wright, John, yeomac, 5th conceasion, part lot 6. 



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SHANNONVILLE. 



Shannonville, which has a population of about seven hundred 
inhabitants, is situated in the Township of Tyendinaga, about a 
mile from the shore of the Bay of Quinte. It is on the line of the 
Qrand Trunk Railway, and distant from the Town of Belleville 
about nine miles. It was first settled in 1820, by Frederick Keeler 
and Warren Noble, who erected the first mill, and obtained fVom 
the Mohawk nation a lease of the privily for 999 years, together 
with 200 acres of land, which is principally situated on the west 
side of the river. This lease was afterwards confirmed by the 
government, and is owned by Francis Walibridge, Esq., who pays 
the Indians a yearly rental of thirty barrels of flour. The port, or 
shipping place of the village, is situated on the Salmon River, about 
a quarter of a mile below the mills. Vessels of light draught can 
come up to this port, but the water of the 'i^iver is becoming in the 
summer season- more shallow every year. The first white settlers 
in this vicinity were the Portts, who came from the banks of the 
Shannon, and by them the river was named Shannon, in honor of 
the far-famed river of their native Isle. The village received from 
them the name of Shannonville ; but the original or Indian name 
of the river was Salmon, so called from the abundance of fish of 
that name which was found in the river, and by that name it has 
by common consent since been called. Shannonville benefits largely 
from the lumber trade. The principal dealer here is Mr. Francis 
Walibridge, but down thd Salmon the extensive lumber firm of 
E. B. Rathbnn & Son, of Mill Point, bring a considerable por- 
tion of their lumber. Mr. Walibridge has a large saw-mill in the 
centre of the village, having some* sixty or seventy saws which cut 
some 4,000,000 or 5,000,000 feet of lumber yearly. Adjoining is 
one of the largest flouring mills in Tyendinaga, and one of the finest 
in the County, owned by F. Walibridge, Esq., and worked by 
Thomas Earle, Esq. The building is of stone five stories in height, 
the machinery is of the best description, and, for neatness of finish 



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and drrability, will compare favorably with the best mills in the 
country. It has three run of stone, and is capable of grinding 
60,000 bushels a year. There are two tanneries in the village, 
several merchants' shops, carriage and blaokflmiths' shops, &c., &o. 
Shannonville has throe churches : Church of England, Wesleyan 
Meihodist, and Episcopal Methodist, each having a resident min- 
ister ; one common school, with two teachers, and having an average 
attendance of over 100 schollars. The railway station is about a 
quarter of a mile from the village. 

Divition Court.— ^Hiram Holden, clerk; post office address, 
Shannonville. 

Church of England. — Rev. Wm. Lewen, Incumbent. 

Weileyan Methodist Church. — Rev. Samuel Sing; Rev. Robert 
Robinson, Ministers. 

Epucopal Methoditt Church. — Rev. A. Anderson. 

AnderioD, Rev. Mr., Episcopal Methodist, soath side Yonge at. 

Appleby, Sophia 0., widow, west side Gore st. 

Ajera, Margaret, widow, south side Dundas st. 

Barage, Henry, yeoman, fiorth side Yonge st. 

fieckwitb, Henry N., wagonmaker, east side Dundas st. : 

Beckwith, Marenas, laborer, north side Queen st. 

Bedell, Stephen V., carpenter, east side Dundas st. 

Belknap, Daniel, laborer, north side Queen st. 

Benedict, Smith, carpenter, notb side Queen st. 

Blight, W. Fi., school teacher, south side Dundas st. 

Boulton, Alexander, millwright, east side Gore st. 

Brown, James A., yeoman, east side King st. 

Butler RicBard, bookkeeper, east side Dundas st. 

Campbell, Andrew, yeoman, east side King st. 

Channonhouse, Thomas, M.D., west side Dundas st. 

Clark, Chester E., shoe dealer, west side Dundas street. 

Clewson, David, cooper, east side King st. 

Cole, Heman, peddlar, north side Yonge at. * 

CONSAUL, J. A., hotelkeeper, east side DuniM.—Ste Adv. p. 34K 

Cook, William 0., yeoman, east side King st. 

Coovert, Jacob, grocer, west side Dundas st. 

Crampton, Th'^inaa, grocer, east side Dundas st. 

Creeper, Thomas, shoemaker, west side Dundas st. 

Cronk, Paul, laborer, south side Queen st. 

Davis, Reuben, innkeeper, north side Omar st. 

Deans, Paul, laborer, south side Water st. 

Demill, Daniel N., tinsmith and stove dealer, east side Dundas st. 

Doman, James, innkeeper. Grand Trunk Station. 

Doreen, John, innkeeper, west aide Dundas st. 



ADVERTI8EMGNTS. 



841 



J. A. CONSAUL, - Proprietor. 



Excellent accomraodAtion for Boarders and TraTeUers. The Bar is 
supplied with Ohoioe Wines, Liqaors and Cigars. Good Yard and 
Stabling and attentive Hostlers. 



MILLER, 

3HANN0NVILLE, 

Flonr anl Feel of all tarijtioiis always on haDi for sale oteai 

The highest price paid for Wheat and all kinds of Qrain. ' 

GRISTING DONE TO THE SATISFACTION OF HIS CUSTOMERS. 

JAMES McCANCE, 



SHANNONVILLE. 



Dry Goods, Beady-made Clothing, Boots and Shoes, 
Orooeries, Hardware, &o. 

Goods Sold for CASH, and the prices as low as in BelleTiUe or 
Napanee. 



S. R. SHAW, 



Peopbietor. 



First Glass accommodation. The Bar is supplied with Choice Wines, 
liiquors and Cigars. Good Yard, Sheds and Stabling, and carefUl 
liostlers always in attendance. 



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BHANNONVILLB DIRE0T0B7. 



Dojie, Muj, SbftononTilU. 

Drydtn, JftiDM, sawyer, ••at ilda Dandu it. 

Dyn; Obftrl«i, Ubonr, irtut Oore it. 

E«rle. Qtorgp R., jr«om«D, north lid^ Qn^tn it. 

EARLB, THOMAS, miller, •••t lid^ Dandfts it-^^M Jd»., p. 841. 

Ekrle. Wlllikm A., bUokimith, north tide, Dandai it. 

Fftrreit, Pfttrlck, Uborer, lonth lido Water it. 

Episcopal Methodist, south side Yonng st. 

Gallagher, James, laborer, east side Oolborne st, 

Oeddes, James, yeoman, east Dundas st. 

Geddes, John, laborer, north side Qneen st. 

Gonsolus, Sebastian, innkeeper, east side Dundu st 

Grooms, Richard, shoemaker, east side Dundas St. 

Gullett. Wm., miller, north side Young st. 

Harie, Milden, laborer, north side Qneen st. 

Holden, Hiram J. P., rrcbant, postmaster, and clerk Dirision Court, 

west side Dundas bt. 
Howard, Alphonzo, mason, south side Dundas st. 
Howard, Lorenzo, laborer, north side Queen st. 
Howard, Stephen, shoemaker, south side Queen st. 
Howard, El isha, laborer, south side Qneen st. 
JefTers, Dr. west side Dundas st. 
Jenkins, William, jun., shoemaker, north side Queen st 
Jenkins. William, *en., tanner, north side Qneen st 
Jones, Darid, li»!-«rer, south side Queen st. 
Kellar, George, laborer, south side Young st. 
Kellar, George L., laborer, north side. Young st. 
Lasier, Nicholas A., jeoman, north side Queen st 
Lasier, William, jun., laborer, west side Gore st 
Leroy, Ohas., yeoman, east side Dundas st. 

Lewen, Rer. Wm., Oburoh of England minister, south side Young St. 
Lindsay, George, laborer, south side Young st 
Lindsay, Isaac, laborer, west side Dundas st 
Lindsay, Ephraim, laborer, north side Water st 
LoTeless, John W., yeoman, south side Dundas st 
Lyons, Richard, carpenter, south side Queen st 
Marcomb, Richard, laborer, north side Water st 
Meyers, Herman, bailiff, east side Dundas st. 
Mnlroony, John, laborer, east Dundas st 
Mundell, William, shoemaker, north side, Raglan st. 
Munnelly, Mary, grocer, west side Dundas st. 
Murphy, Francis, laborer, south side Young st 
MoOANOB, JAMES, meichant, west side Dundas st.^See Mv.p, 341. 
McMiohael, Ronald, yeomen, south side Qneen st 
Nicholson, Thos., laborer, Yonng st. 
OliTcr, Nicholas, laborer, south side Queen st. 
Pearsall, James, grocer, west side Dundas st. 
Randall, A. B., wagonmaker, north side Queen.st 
Reed, James, laborer, south side Queen st. 
Redner, H. P., M.D., Dundas st 
Robinson, Oharles, merchant, north side Qneen st 
Robinson, Rer. Mr., Wesleyan minister, south side Qreen st. 
Roblin, Owen, laborer, west side King st; 
Roblin, Nathan, wagonmaker, west side Dundas st. 
Roblin, William, harnessmaker, north side Queen st 



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Roblio, W. H., blMkimitb, loutb lide QaMn it. 

Bagtr, Andrew, laborar, nortb tide Qdmii it. 

Sanford, Binon, 1abor«r, aorth tide QaMn it. 

SHAW, SAIIUBL R^ InnkMpvr, w««t tide DnndM it.— Sm Jdv. p. 341. 

Smitb, •— , nnnt O. T. R«ilwsj. 

Swvetman, wm., harnMnnakar, east aide Dandac it. 

Tairgart, Mary, widow, nortb lide Qoetn it. 

yaUeao, Pater, baker, weat tide Dnndai at. 

Vanalstine, Jaoob, yeoman, eaat aide Gore at. 

Wait, — , laborer, weat aide Oore at. 

Way, Reoben, R., laborer, eaat aide Gore at. 

Wbarton, Jobn B., eonatable, bailiff, aoath aide Qaeen it. 

Williama, Milton, yeoman, weat aide Gore at. 

Wllliama, Peter, nameaamaker, nortb aide Queen at. 

Woodcock, John 0., laborer, aoutb aide Young at. 

ToBBg, John, carpenter, eaat aide Dundaa at. 

Toang, Lewia, baker, weat aide Dundaa at. 

Tonng, Mra. II., widow, weat Dundaa at. 

Young, dtewart, grocer, weat aide Dundaa at. 



SIDNEY. 



The Township of Sidney is bounded on the north by Rawdon, 
on the east by Thurlow and the town of Belleville, on the south 
by the Bay ot Quints, and on the west by the river Trent and 
the Township of Murray. The river Trent, a lai^e, rapid stream, 
furnishing numerous and valuable water-power privileges, passed 
through a portion ot the Township. Sidney has nine ooncessions : 
in the fifth is the thriving village of Frankford. The water-power 
privileges of the villn<io are numerous, and most of them are occu- 
pied by flouring mills, saw mills, woollen factories, &o. Sidney is 
one of the oldest settled Townships in the County, as well as in the 
Province ; and no one who has passed through the various conces- 
sions and observed the well-cultivated farms, the substantial dwell- 
ings and commodious bams, but must see that the farmer: gener- 
ally are opulent. The soil is fertile and highly productive. 

In 1839 the population of Sidney was 2,768 ; in 1850 it was 
4,574; in 1860-61 it was 5,082; it is now estimated at nearly 
6,000, showing a steady increase. 

Township Councilf 1869. — Baltis Rose, Reeve ; C. Armstrong 
and John Howe, Deputy Reeves; R. Grass, John A. Chisholm. 
The Town Hall is situated in the 5th concession, lot 24. 

Towmhip Officers. — Jas. Chisholm, Clerk ; Jas. T. Bird, Col- 
lector; J. S. HuflFman, Treasurer. 

Second Division Court. — Office at Town Hall. B. C. Ketcheson, 
Clerk. Post office address, Wallbridge. 

Post Offices. — Frankford, William Gilbert, Postmaster ; Tren- 
ton, James Cumming, Postmaster; Wallbridge, 5th concession, 
lot 24, E. B. Snow, Postmaster. 

Episcopal Methodist Church. — White's Chapel, lot 12, on the 
front of Sidndy ; Brick Church, between 2nd and 3rd concessions. 
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Weslet/an Methodist Church. — One on lot 19, in the 3rd con- 
•cession, one in the 4th concession, lot 32, and one on the front of 
Sidney, Rev. S. C. Philp, and Rev. Edward A. Ward. 

Church of England. — Front of Sidney, Rev. Wm. Bleasdell, 
Pastor. 

Acker, Gabriel, laborer, 2nd concession, Block A. 

Adams, Jonathan, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 6. 

Agan, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part Block A. 

Agan, Mary, Mrs., widow, 1st concession, part lot 13. 

Akins, Peter, D., yeomap, 3rd concession, west half lo'. 19. 

Alfred, Henry, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 21. 

Almy, Alexander, yeoman. 

Alnor, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 24. 

Anderson, Jas., y^eoman, 8th concession, part lot 1 and 2. 

Armstrong, Clement, yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 11 ancL12. 

Armstrong, David, yeoman. 

Ashley, Harford, yeoman, Smithville. 

Atchison, David, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 23. 

Austin, Alfrel H., yeoman, 9th concession, part lots 20 find 21. 

Sain, Donald, brewer, 2nd concession, part lot 27. 

Bamber, Edward, yeoman, 6th concession, south half lot '«. 

Barager, Baltus, yeoman, 7th concession north east quarter lot 36. 

Baiager, Guui'ge, yeoman, Ytn concession, part lot 'i. 

Barager, Jacob, yeoman, 7th concession, west half lot 35. 

Barnum, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 12. 

Barry, Daniel, yeoman, 2nd concession. Block A. 

Bartlett, P., laborer, 3rd concession, part lot 7. 

Bartjey, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 9. 

Basile, Simmons, blacksmith, 1st concession, part lots 2 and 3. 

Belch, John, carpenter, 1st concession, part lot 46. 

Belcour, Joseph, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 30. 

Bell, Adam J., yeoman, 7th concession, south east quarter lot 11. 

Bell, Hiram, yeoman, 7tb concession, south east quarter lot 11. 

Bell, John B., yeoman, 4th concession, Block A. 

Bell, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 10. 

Bell, Thos. P., yeoman, 4th concession. Block A. 

Bell, Tyloson, yeoman, 6th concession, north, part lot 21. 

Bell, William, yeomin, 2nd concession, part lot 35. 

Belnap, Adam H., yeoman, 8th concession, south west quarter lot 17. 

Bendistel, Barnhart, laborer, 1st concession, part lot 4. 

Benedick, Geo. M., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 14. 

Bennett, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 38. 

Billings, Benjamin, yeoman, 1st concession, south half lot 32. 

Birmingham, Wm., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 33. 

Bird, Francis A., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 35. 

Bird, James, yeoman, 8th concession, lot 28. 

Bird, Milton D., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 29. 

Bird, Ralph R., yeoman, 7th concession west half lot 25. 

Bird, Robert, J.P., yeoman, 7th concession, lot 29. 

Bird, Sarah Ann, widow, 8tb concession, part lot 29. 



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Black, John, merclunt, Ist coaeession, part lot 21. 

Black, Mra., lat concession, part lot 21. 

Blair, Isaac, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 38. 

^ianchard, Thomas, yeoman, 1st concession, east part lot 30. 

Bleecker, Henry, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 

Bleecker, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 

Bleecker, Mrs. S., widow, 5th concession, part let 25. 

Boardman, Hoses, yeoman, 7th concession, Ir's 27 and 28. 

Boasier, Eli, laborer, Mill Island. 

Bonesteel, Charles H., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 14. 

Bonesteel, Charles R., yeomao, 1st concession, lot 14. 

Bonesteel, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 11 and 12. 

Bonesteel, Mrs., widow, 3rd concession, part lot 12. 

Bonesteel, Norral, yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 7 and 8. 

Bonesteel, Samuel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 13 and 14. 

Borratt, James, laborer, Ist concession, part lot 38. 

Bowdon, Edward, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 26. 

Bowler, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 28. 

Boyle, Paitrick, laborer, Mill Island. 

Bradly, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 22. 

Brawer, J. D., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 25. 

Brawer, John B., yeoman, 3rd concession, east half lot 25. 

Brawr, L. H., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 25. 

Brickhman, William A , yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 21. 

Brien, John, laborer. Mill Island. 

Brooks, Jacob, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 

Brooks, Jacob, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 13. 

Brooks, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 3. 

Brower, Wm. B., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 16. 

Brown, Alex. S., contractor, 7th concession, part lot c 3. 

Brown, Amos, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 30. 

Brown, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 38. 

Bryant, Aaron, yeoraan, 7th concession, part lot 10. 

Bryant, Thos. H., yeoman, ?th concession, part lot 4. 

Bush, Francis, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 5. 

Bush, Green R.^ yeoman, 8th concession, pa?t lot 8. 

Bush, James, yeoman, 4th concession, west part lot 6. 

Bush, Lewis S., yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 14 and 16. 

Buchan, Rer. A., minister, 9th concession, part lot 23. 

Gain, Barnabas, laborer. Mill Isl.vnd. 

Card, Joseph C, yeoman, 8th concession, part lota 33, 34 and 35. 

Carr, Dennis, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 18. 

Carr, George, blacksmith, 3rd concession, part lot 22. 

Carr, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 13. 

Carr, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession, east half lot 13. 

Casey, Samuel T., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 33. 

Caton, Allan, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 11. 

Gaulkins, Henry, cooper, 2nd concession, block A. 

Caverly, John E., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 31. 

Carerly, Peter, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 30. 

Cheeaebro, Charles, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 

Chisholm, Alexander D., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 9. 

Ghisholm, Alexander, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 13. 

Chisholm, Gilbert, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 18. 

Ghisholm, Jamea A., yeoman, 5th concession, lot 34. 



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Cbisholm, James, yeoman, 4th concession, north half lot 27. 

Cbisholm, John A., yeoman, 5tb concession, lot 22. 

Cbisholm, Mrs., widow, 3rd concession, west half lot 24. 

Chord, William, yeoman, 9th concession, partlot>l8. 

Clark, James A., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 36. 

Clark, Jamefi, yeoman, 9tb concession, east half lot 35. 

Clark, Patrick, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 31. 

Clasier, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 1 7. 

Clasier, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 24. 

Cline, John A., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 28. 

Clume, Edward, yeoman, 1st concession, part Block A. 

Clump, Mrs., widow, 1st concession, part lot 1. 

Ccffise, Patrick, laborer. Mill Islano. 

Colo, Henry, yeomac Ist concession, part lot 28. 

Cole, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lots 3 and 4. 

Coleman, Samuel, yeoman, 6th cencession, part lot 36. 

Collins, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lots 16 and 17. 

Collins, Richard, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 12. 

Collins, Richard, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lota 16 and 17. 

Collins, Patrick, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 21. 

Conly, Albert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 27. 

Conly, Bernard, mason, 1st concession, part lot 13. 

Conly, James, mason, 1st concession,— ——21-69. 

Conly, Michael, laborer, 1st concession, part lots 15, 50, 60. 

Conner, James, yeoman, 8th concession, lot 27. 

Conner, Thoma«, laborer, 1st concession, part lots 40, 71, 72. 

Conner, William, yeoman, 8th concession, lot 27. 

Cooley, Richard, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 34. 

Cooley, Samuel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 34. 

Coon, Mathew, yeoman, 4th concession, north half lot 15. 

Corbit, Hugh, yeoman, Ist concession, east part lota 4 and 5. 

Corbit, John, yooman, 6th concession, part lot 38. 

Corbit, William, yeoman, 6th concession, south part block A. 

Corbit, William H., yeoman, 6th concession part lot 38. 

Coaby, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 24. 

Cosby, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 24. 

Cotter, Richard C. H., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 

Ooz, Philip, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 33. 

Creber, Henry, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 35. 

Cronan, Thos., laborer. Mill Island. 

Cronk, Christopher S., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 

Cronk, Jacob, yeoman, 2nd concession, west part lot 17. 

Cronk, Reuben, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 16. 

Crookshanks, Hugh, yeoman, Ist concession, part lota 6 and 6. 

Crookshanks, Lewis, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 

Cronter, A. L., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 21 and 22. 

Groutar, A. W. O., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 24. 

Greater, Lewis W., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 24. 

Culver, Jacob R., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 29. 

Dafne, Anson S., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 21. 

Dafoe, Caleb, yeoman, 6th conceaslon, lot 21. 

Dafoe, Daniel, yecman, 6th concession, west half lot 20. 

Dafoe, Henry, yeoman, 6th conceaaion, part lot 20. 

Dafoe, Hiram, yeoman, 6th conceaaion, east half lot 13. 

Dafoe, William, yeoman, 3rd coDCession, south part lot 35. 



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Dafoe, William J., yeoman, 4th concession, west half lot 30. 

Dale, Gilbert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 31. 

Dale, James, yeoman, 7Vn concession, west half lot 31. 

Dales, William R., yeo^aan, 6th concession, part lot 30. 

Danford, John, yeoman, 9th cuncesiion, part lot 33. 

Danford, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 32. 

Danford, Samuel, yeoman, 9th concession, yart lot 32. 

Daniel, Henry, miller, 8th concession, part lot 7. 

Daris, James, carpenter, Ist concession, part lot 4. 

Daris, Ghas. W., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 24. 

Davis, Charles, laborer, Mill Island. 

Davis, Cornelias, yeoman, 1st concession, part lots 33 and 34. 

Davis, Lewis, yeoman, 3rd concession, east part lot 7. 

Davis, Richard, J. P., yeoman, 1st concession, east pan lot 34. 

Davis, Robert, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 24. 

David, S. Magnus, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 28. 

Day, Henry, yeoman, 1st concession House. 

Demorest, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 38. 

Demorse, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 24. 

Dempsey, Bryan, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 27. 

Dempsey, Michael, yeoman, 9th concession, west half lot 27. 

Denville, R., laborer, Mill Island. 

Dewey, Joseph, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 29. 

Dickens, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 32. 

Dixon, George, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 

Dogherty, Andrew, yeoman, 7tb concession, east half lot 14. 

Donnelly, Arthur, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 

Donnelly, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 

Douogliue, Edward, yeomau, 8th concession, west half lot 13. 

Donovan, Francis, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 19. 

Dorla.d, Daniel C, yeoman, 3rd concession, south half lot 4. 

Dorland, Samuel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 

Dorland, Trampour, yeoman, 3i-d concession, part lot 24. 

Dozstator, Thos. J. G., yeoman, 1st concession, part lots 28, 29, 30. 

Dracob, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 31. 

Dracob, Robert, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 20. 

Dunlop, Archibald, yeoman, &th concession, part lot 38. 

Dunton, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 

Durand, Ghas., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 25. 

Eaton, John, engineer. Mill Island. 

Eccles, Samuel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 

Edmonds, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 13. 

Edmonds, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 13. 

Elliott, George, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 37. 

Elliott, Joseph, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 16. 

Ellis, Daniel, laborer, 1st concession, part lot 70. 

Epoch, Ambrose, laborer, 1st concession, west side Block A. 

Epoch, Bartlett, laborer, 1st concession part lot 6. 

Eppes, Mrs., 1st concession, part lot 32. 

Evans, Edward, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 38. 

Exine, John, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 24. 

Fairman, Harvey, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 16. 

Fanning, Isaac, innkeeper, Ist concession, west part lot 13. 

Fanning, Mrs., widow, ?nd concession, west half lot 26. 

Fanswortb, Robert, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 10. 



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Parley, James, jeoman, 2ad concession, part lots 28 and 29. 

Farley, James, J., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 30. 

Farley, John S., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 28. 

Farley Samuel D., J.P., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lots 28 and 29. 

Farley, Thomas D., J.P., township clerk, yeoman, 2nd concession, part 

lots 28 and 29. 
Faulkner, Dwight, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 38. 
Faulkner, Edward, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 33. 
Faulkner, Gilbert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3G. 
Faulkner, Jonathan, yeoman, 8th concession, north half lot 33. 
Faulkner, Sylvester, yeoman, 8th concession, east part lot 33. 
Fenn, Henry, yeoman, 6th concession, south half lot 33, 
Feno, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 34. 
Ferguson, Amos, yeoman, 7th concession, west part lot 4. 
Fern, William, yeoman, 7th concession, west part Block A. 
Fillion, Joseph, laborer. Mill Island. 

Finkle, Abel, yeoman, 1st concession, north east part lot 21. 
Finkle, Embury, yeoman, Ist concession, north east part lot 19. 
Finkle, Jacob, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 21. 
Finkle, Jacob, yeoman, 5th concession, lots 7 and 8. 
Finkle, John, yeoman, 1st concession, east part lot 18. 
Finkle, John G., yeoman, 1st concession, south east part lot 19. 
Finkle, John G., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 21. 
Finkle, John S., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 
Fisher, Albert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 38. 
Fitzpatrick, Bartley, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 6. 
Fitzpatrick, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 38. 
Fitzpatrick, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 38. 
Fleming, Andrew, miller, 2nd concession. 
Fletcher, Alexander, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 
Fletcher, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 
Fletcher, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 
Fletcher, Paul W,, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 
Flinda'.l, John F., Ist concession, part broken front and lot 1. 
Flint' ^11, John, jun., brewer, 1st concession, part lot 1. 
Flindall, Reuben, yeoman, 1st concession, west part lot 6. 
Ford, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 
Ford, Peter, (firm Ford & Taylor,) part lot 1. 

Ford, Peter 0., & Thomas, paper manufacturers, 2nd concession, Block A. 
Fore, Thomas, paper manufacturer, 2nd concession, Block A. 
Forsyth, John R., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 
Foster, Joseph 0., yeoman, 7th concession, east half lot 31. 
Foster, Theodore, yeoman, 4th concession, north half lot 26. 
Fowler, Harvey, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 
Fox, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 38. 
Fox, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lots 18 and 19. 
Fralick, Baldwin, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 32. 
Fralick, Thomas D., J.P., yeoman, 3rd concession, north part lot 32. 
Frederick, James, yeoman, 8th concession, north east part lot 29. 
Frederick, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 25. 
Frederick, Oliver, laborer, 5th concession, part lot 24. 
Fretz, Bayard, yeoman, 4th concession, west half lot 36. 
Fretz, Jacob, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 33. 
Fretz, John, J.P , yeoman, 4th concession, lot 33. 
Fulton, George, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 34. 



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Oarbntt, Jobn, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 17. » 

Oarbutt, Robert, yeoman, Ist concession, lot 16. 

Oarrey, Daniel, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 2, 

OarTey, Jamp;, yeoman, 8tb concession, north half lot 1. 

Oaulet, James, yeoman, 9tb concessica, part lot 30. 

Oay Jamea, jun., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 30. 

Gay, James, sen., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 37. 

Oay, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 37. 

Oeorgian, Peter A., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 38. 

German, uJ.^n, yeoman, 2nd concession, south half lot i. 

German, Thomas, yeoman, 2ad concession. Block A. 

Gilbert, Abel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 25. 

Gilbert, Barton S., lawyer, 2nd concession, part lot 3S. 

Gilbert, Benjamin, J.P., yeoman, Ist concession, west half lot 36. 

Gilbert, George T., yeoman, 3rd concession, east part lot 26. 

Gilbert, Rhoda, Mrs., widow, 1st concession, part lot 35. 

Gilbert, Samuel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 

Gilbert, Samuel B,, yeoman, 1st concession, lots 22 and 23. 

Gill, W. J., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 17. 

Golden, Charles, dairyman, Ist concession, part lot 14. 

Golden, Hiram, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 21. 

Goldsmith, Caleb G., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 27. 

Goldsmith, Henry H., yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 27. 

Goldsmith, Josepu, yeoman, 3rd concession, west part lot 26. 

Goldsmith, Peter L., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 27. 

Gonzall, Thomas, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 36. 

Gouge, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 33. 

Gower, Walter F., brewer, 1st concession. Block F. 

Graham, George A., yeoman, 6th concession, lot 19. 

Graham, George S., yeoman, 6th concession, lot 19. 

Graham, John, yeoman, 4th concession, south half lot 26. 

Graham, Ketcben, M.P.P., .veoman, 1st concession, west part lot 25. 

Graham, W. J., laborer, Mill Island. 

Grass, Henry, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 28. 

Grass, Henry, yeoman, 6th concession, west part lot 17. 

Grass, Peter, yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 13, 14 and 17. 

Grass Robert E., J.P., yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 13, 14 and 17. 

Green, Darios, yeoman, 9(h concession, part lot 26. 

^reen, Joseph, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 26. 

Green, Joseph, yeoman, 9th concession, east part lot 7. 

Green, Lewis, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 

Green, Louis, yeoman, 9th concession, south part lot 17. 

Green, Thomas, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 4. 

Griffin, Archibald, yeoman, 8th concession, west half lot 36. 

Griffin, Dayid, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 31. 

Griffin, Samuel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 17. 

Griffin, Milton, yeoman, 6th concession, south half lot 34. 

Grills, Samuel, yeoman, Ist concession, west half lot 37. 

Griswold, Truman, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 10. 

Hackett, Mrs. Bridget, 6th concesf/'on, part lot 10. 

Hadley, Lewis, yeoman, 6th ccuceaS<on, part lot 6. 

Haight, John, yeoman, Ist c^mcession, part lot 29. 

Hagerman. George, yeoman^ 1st concession, part lot 5. 

Hagennan, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 28. 

Hall, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 25. 



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Hamilton, Qeorge, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 21. 

Hamilton, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 24. 

Hamilton, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, east half lot 36. 

Hampton, Thomas, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 33. 

Hannah, Jwred T., yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 17 and 18. 

Hannah, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 17 and 18. 

Hannakan, James, laborer, 1st concession, part lots 36, 37 and 38. 

Hannewell, George, major, 1st concession, part lot 38. 

Harder, John W., yeoman, 2ud concession, part lot 10. 

Harder, Richard, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lots 6 and 7. 

Harrigan, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 6 and 7. 

Harris, Charles, yeoman, 4th concession, part Block A. 

Harris, George, yeoman, 6lh concession, part lot 7. 

Harris, John, yeoman, 6 th concession, lot 5. 

Harris, Walter, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 27. 

Harris, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 

Hart, Anthony, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 19. 

Harry, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 9 and 10. 

Hatfield, Benjamin, yeoman, 7tb concession, north half lot 20. 

Hazleton, ^"^icbolas, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 12. 

Heagle, Daniel, yeoman, 3rd concession, north part lot 22. 

Heagle, John, yeoman, 7th ccncesaion, part lot 9. 

Henderson, William, yeon-.an, 8th concession, part lot 23. 

Herkimer, Maria. 

Hern, David, yeoman, 6th concession, north part lot 2. 

Hemngton, George H., yeoman, 5th concession, part lots 34 and 35. 

Hess, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, north part lot 21. 

Hicks, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 25. 

Hill, Df.vid, laborer. Mill Island. 

Hogle, Austin, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 

Hogle, Francis, yeoman, 2nd conc(>ssion, part lot 19. 

Hogle, Jacob, yeoman, 3rd concession, east half lot 15. 

Hogle, James F., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 13 and 14. 

Hogle, Joseph, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot IS. 

Hogle, Sampson, carpenter, 4th concession, part lot 4. 

Hogle, Sampson, yeoman, 2nd concession, block A. 

Hogle, Samuel V., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 26. 

Hogle, Stephen D., yeoman, 2nd concession, east half lot 19. 

Holden, John, commercial traveller, Ist concession, part lot 26. 

Holden, John, yeoman, 5tb concession part lot 9. 

Holden, William, yeoman, 5th concession, east half lot 9. 

Holland, Thomas, yeoman, 1st concession, south half lot %. 

Holliday, Wm., yeoman, 2nd concesson, part lot 31. 

Holmes, Thomas, laborer, 1st concession, part lot 3i5. 

Huff, Isaac B., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 27. 

Huff, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 16. 

Huffman, Olarence, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 18. 

Huffman, David, yeoman, 6th concession, south half lot 1. 

Huffman, John S., J.P., yeoman, 5th concession, lot 18 and part lot 17. 

Huley, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 4. 

Hyland, Dennis, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 25. 

Hyman, Peter, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 1. . 

Inwright, T., laborer, Mill Island. 

Irvin, Duncan, yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 14 and 15. 

Irvin, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 22. 



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Irvin, William J., yeoman, 6th conceBsion, east part lot 13. 

Jacobs, Henry, laborer, Ist concession, part lot 41. 

Jackson, Rev. John, minister, 4th concession, part lot 24. 

Jaro, James, laborer, Milt Island. 

Johnson, George, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 30. 

Johnson, George, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 34. 

Johnson, Jacob, yeoman, 4tb concession, east half lot 36. 

Johnson, James J., mechanic, 4th concession, east part lot 30. 

Johnson, Lawrence, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 34. 

Johnson, William H., laborer, 1st concession, part lot 35. 

Johnston, John, teacher, 1st concession, part lot 19. 

Johnston, John, laborer, 1st concession, part lot 10. 

Johnston, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 9. 

Jones, Aaron, 1st concession, part lot 13. 

Jones, Abel H., yeomao, 2nd concession, east part lot 34. 

Jones, Anson H., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 32 

Jones, Charles H., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 31. 

Jones, David, yeoman, J.P., 1st concession, part lots 32 and 33. 

Jones, Jacob, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 30. 

Jones, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 22. 

Jones, Mary, widow, 1st concession, part lot 13. 

Jones, Mrs. William H., widow, Ist concession, part lot 21. 

Jones, Robert, mechanic, 2nd concession, south part lot 14. 

Jones, Thomas, yeoman, 1st concession, north part lot 31. 

Jordan, Edward, yeoman, 5th concession part lots 8 and 9. 

Juby, Henry, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lots 34 and 35v 

Juby, John, yeoman, 9tb concession, east half lot 36. 

Juby, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 35. 

Julien, William, engineer, 1st concession, part lot 2. 

Kehoe, Martin, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 

Keith, Robert, yeoman 7th concession, east half lot 33. 

Etoller, Peter, yeomr.u, 9 th concession, part lot 31. 

Kelly, John, mech inic, 1st concession, part lot 4. 

Kelly, John W., yeoman, 1st concession, lot 20. 

Kelly, Reuben, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 36. 

Kelly, Reuben, yeoman, 2nd concession, east half lot H. 

Kelly, Stephen, J. P., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lots IS and l&. 

Kelly, Webster, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 21. 

Kelly, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 20. 

Kelly, William W., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 11. 

Kennedy, Alexander, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 29. 

Kennedy, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 30. 

Kent, William H., 6th concession, part lot 38. 

Ketcbeson, Alfred, carpenter, 6th concession, part lot 25. 

Ketcheson, Allan T., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 27. 

Ketcbeson, David R., yeoman, 5tb concession, west part lot 25. 

Ketcheson, Elias, yeoman, Ith concession, part lot 23. 

Ketcheson, Elias, yeoman, 5th concession, east part lot 21. 

Ketcheson, Elijah C, yeoman, 1st concession, west part lot 27. 

Ketcbeson, Elijah, J.P.. yeoman, 1st concession, south west part lot 29 

Ketcheson, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lots 25 and 26. 

Ket|heson, James, yeoman, 6th concession, east half lot IrS. 

Ketcheson, James S., yeomau, Ist concession, south west part lot 27. 

Ketcheson, John, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 24. 

EetchesoD, Peter, clerk, 4th concession, part lot 25. 



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Ketoheaon, Thomas B., yeoman, 6tb concession, west half lot 18. 
Ketcheson, William Henrj, yeoman, 1st concession, east part lot 28. 
Ketcheson, William, J.P., yeoman, 6th conoef sion, part lots 2S and 26. 
Ketcby, Joseph, laborer, Stli concession, part lot 9. 
Kiggins, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 26. 
Kimberly, Andrew, yeoman, 3rd concession, east half lot 37. 
Kimble, David, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 3. 
Kimmerly, George, laborer, 8th concession, part lot 37. 
Knight, Cornelius, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 37. 
Knight, Horace, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 36. 
Knight, Jonathan, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 37. 
Knight, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 37. 
Knox, JeremKh yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
Knoz, Jacob ^., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 2. 
Knox, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, south part lot 6. 
Knoz, Uriah, mechanic, 1st concession, part block A. 
Knoz, W. H., yeoman, 2nd concession, north half lot 6. 
•Kydale, Hiram, laborer, Ist concession, part lot 33 and 34. 
Laboutillier, Geo., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 3. 
Laboutillier, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 2. 
Laby, George H., yeoman, 6th cuncession, part lot 31. 
Lagounesse, Joseph, laborer, Mill Island. 
Lake, Ghas. W., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 36. 
Lake, Eliza, widow, 6th concession, part lot 37. 
Lake, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 28. 
Lake, Richard, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 21. 
Landon, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 38. 
Lane, Barnabas L., mechanic, 4th concession, south half lot 27. 
Lander, Mrs., widow, 4th concession, part lot 34. 
Lattimer, Charles, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 31. 
Lawder, John, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 34. 
Lawder, Mrs. Mary J., widow, 4th concession, part lot 32. 
Lawrence, Charles, yeomaqi 2nd concession, east half lot 22. 
Lawrence, Cornelius, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lots 22 and 23. 
Lawrence, Ridley, carpenter, 1st concession, south east part lot 32.. 
Lawrence, Robert, yeoman, 1st concession, south east part lot 22. 
Lawrence, Stephen H., yeoman, 9tli concession, part lot 5. 
Lee, John, yeoman, 4th concession, north part lot 6. 
Lee, Lyman, yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 16 and 16. 
Lennoz, George, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 
Lennox, James, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 1 1,. 
Lever, Rev. John, Wesleyan Methodist, 3rd concession, part lot 22. 
Lewis, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 38. 
Lockwood, David, yeoman, 5th concession, north half lot 29. 
Lockwood, Joseph N., J.P., yeoman, 5th concession, north half lot 29. 
Lockwood, Valentine S., mechanic, 4th concession, part lot 24. 
Long, Thomas, jun., yeoman, 3rd concession, blocic A. 
Long, Thos., sen., yeoman, 3rd concession, block A. 
Longwell, Andrew, yeoman, 6th concession, east half lot 30. 
Longwell, B., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 35. 
Longwell, Charles, yeoman, 6'.h concession, part lot 30. 
Longwell, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 35. 
Longwell, John, yeoman, 6th concession, south part lot 35. 
Lott, Anson, yeoman, 1st concession, part block A. 
Lott, Charles, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 



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Lott, George, yeoman, 6th ooneenion, eab*; half lot 19. 

Lott, Henry Jonas, yeoman, Ist conceulon, part lots 11 and i2. 

Lott, Henry J., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 11 and 12. 

Lott, Henry, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 4. 

Lott, Hiram, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 6 and 8. 

Lott, Ira, yeoman, 6th concession, west half lot 10. 

Lott, John B., laborer, 1st concession, part lot 13. 

Lott, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 

Lott, Mrs. Jonas, widow^ Ist concession, part lots 11 and 12. 

Lott, Orison, yeoman, 2nd concession, east part lot 10. 

Lott, Philip, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 10. 

Lott, Philip, yeoman, 1st concession, part broken front lot 15. 

Lott, Ransom, yeoman, 2Dd concession, part block A. 

Lowry, Henry S., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 3G. 

Lucas, B., 5th concession, part lot 30. 

Lucas, Dennis, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 30. 

Lucas, Nathaniel, yeoman, 6th concession, lots 31 and 32. 

Lyons, Hugh, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 3. 

Lyons, Patrick, yeoman, 8th concession, south half lot 3. 

Lyons, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 33. 

Macmuchy, John, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lots 14 and 15. 

Madden, Abraham C, 6th concession, east half lot 32. 

Magginson, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lots 14 and 15. 

Mallory, Bradley, 4tb concession, part lots 14 and 15. 

Manaban, Thos., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 11. 

Marriifttt, John, yeoman, 8lh concession, part lots 15 and 16. 

Marshall, David, 1st concession, part lots 34 and 35. 

Marshall, George, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 25. 

Marshall, Orange, yeoman, 8th concession, east half let 32. 

Maybee, Joseph J., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 8. 

Maybee, Mary, widow, 3rd concession, lot 6. 

Maybee, William, yeoman, 3rd .oncession, lot 23. 

Meagher, Alexander, laborer, iSt concession,f>art lot 30. 

Merley, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 25. 

Merrit, Anon, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 32. 

Merritt, Calvin, yeoman, 4th concession, north half lot 32. 

Meters, A. P., yeoman, Ist concession, west part lots 6 and *t. 

Meyers, Edward, yeoman, 1st concession, south west part lot 8. 

Meyers, George E., yeoman, 1st concession, ^.art broken front 6. 

Meyers, George W., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 

Meyers, George W., yeoman, Ist concession, lot 8. 

Meyers, Peter D. W , yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 8. 

Meyers, Tobias W., yeoman, 1st concession, east part lot 6. 

Miller, Archibald, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 23. 

Miller, Isaac, yeoman, 6th concession, v rt lot 8. 

Miller, Stephen, yeoman, 4th concession, north part lot 25. 

Mills, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 31. 

Miron, Patrick, laborer, 1st concession, part lot 36. 

Monds, Jas., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 28. 

Moon, John, blacksmith, 6th concession, part lot 26. 

Moon, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 20. 

Moon, J. B., foreman. Mill Island. 

Morden, Egerton R., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 30. 

Morden, James, C, J. P., yeoman, 7th concession, lot 30. 

Morgan, Daniel, miller, 8th concession, north half lot 7. 



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Morrison, Wllliani, yeomaa, 7th oonceuion, part lot 9. 

Mott, Henry, yeoman, 6tb conceiaion, part lot 36. 

Movnea, William, yeoman, 7th conoetaion, part lot 6. 

Mullen, Michael, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 31. 

Mullen, Patrick, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 31. 

Munn, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 6. 

Munro, Allan, yeoman, Ist concession, east part lot 18. 

Munro, George, yeoman, Ist concession, west part lot 18. 

Munro, James, yeoman, Ist concedsion, part lot 18. 

Murdoff, Robert R., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 36. 

Murphy, John, laborer, \st concession, part lot 23. 

McCaftVey, Hannah, widow, 7tb concession, part lot 17. 

McCambridge, Patrick, pnper manuficturer, 2nd concession, block A. 

McOann, I'homas, yeomnn, 7th concession, part lot 15. 

McCann, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 15. 

McCaul, Hugh, carpenter, Ist concession, block A. 

McCauler, Charles, jun., yeomnn, 7tli concession, oast part block A. 

McCauley, Charles, sen., yeomm, 7th concession, east part block A. 

McCautey, Mrs. Mary, widow, 7th concession, block A. 

McCanley, Patrick, yeoman, 7th concesaion, west part block A. 

McConaghy, Alexander, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 29. 

McCormick, James, innkeeper, 2nd concession, block A. 

McCrary, William, 6th concession, part lot 18. 

McCue, Dominic, laborer, 1st concession, part lot 38. 

McGuIIough, Roger, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 15, 

McCutcheon, John, yeoman, 9th concesdon.. part lot 28. 

McDonald, Abram, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 

HcDonald, Alexander, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 1. 

McDonald, Alexander, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 24. 

McDonald, Ann, widow, 7th concession south half lot 7. 

McDonald, Arctiibald, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 1. 

McDonald, Benjamin, yeuman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 

McDonald, Donald, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 2. 

McDonald, R., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 

McDonald, Wm., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3. 

McGee, Daniel, yeomnn, 9th concession, part lot 29. 

McQee, Peter, yeoman, 9th concession, part lots 25 and 26. 

Mcintosh, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 1. 

MeKechnie, Capt., 2nd concession, part lot 23. 

McKenzie, David, yeoman, 8th concession, lot 20. 

McKillop, Daniel, yeoman, 4ih concession, part lot 1. 

McLachlin, Hugh, yeoman, 6tb concession, east half lot 36. 

McLaren, Donald, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 33. 

McLean, Samuel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 

McMahon, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 6. 

McMahon, Patrick, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 

McMaster, George W., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 22. 

McMasters, Jacob, ye )man, 1st conc^^ssion, part lot 22. 

McMasters, William, yeoman, Ist c mcession, part lot 17. 

McMullen, Albert, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 21. 

McMullen, Alexaader, J. P., yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 20. 

McMullen, HngP, yeoman, 9th concession, west part lot 34. 

McMullen, H>:^h, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 31. 

McMullen^ Jotin W., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 19 and 21. 

McMullen, John W., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 22. 



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MoMulIen, Robert, yooman, Srd ooncostlon, part lot 30. 
MoMullen, Sydney, yeoman, Snd oonceaslon, north hnlf lot 9. 
MoMulIen, William, yeoman, 2nil concession, part lot 8. 
McNeil' Daniel, yeoman, 8tb concession, block A. 
McRory, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot .38. 
McTaggart, Peter, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 38. 
Nolan, Michael, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 38. 
Norris, Matthew, yeoman, 8th conceasion, north half lot 23. 
Nulty, Michael, laborer, 1st concession, part lot 38. 
Ockerman, Dunham, 4th concession, part lot 24. 
Ockerman, Elisha, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 3ft. 
Olirer, Edward, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 
Orr, John W., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 5. 
Orr, Samuel, yeoman, 2nd concession, south part lot 4. 
Orr, Wesley, yeoman, 2nd concession, north part lot 4. 
Orrill, Robert, laborer, 1st concession, part lots 16 and 17. , 
Osborne, John B., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 25. 
Ostrahau, William, yeoman, 9lh concession, block A. 
Ostrom, Charles, yeoman, Ist concea.sion, part lot 26. 
Ostrom, George M., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 25. 
Ostrom, Isaac B , yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 26. 
Ostrom, John, yeoman, 2n(l concession, part lot 31. 
Ostrom, John S. C, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 26. 
Ostrom, Luke, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lota 32 and 33.^ 
Ostrom, Wm. H., yeoman, 5th concession, lot. 
O'Brien, John,yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 27. 
O'Neil, Luke, yeoman, 2nd concession, west part lot 25. 
Packingham, Edward, miller, 2nd concession, block A. 
Palliser, George, yeoman, 6th concesaion, part lot 39. 
Palliser, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 39. 
Papineau, Francis, innkeeper, 7th concession, part lot 36. 
Parcels, George A., yeoman, 9th concesaion, block A. 
Parkinham, Mrs., widow, 2nd concession, block. A. 
Parks, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 25. 
Parks, William, yeoman, 7th concesaion, part lot 21. 
Patrick, Caleb, yeomao, 2nd concession. Block A. 
Patrick, George, yeoman, 3rd concesaion, part lot 2. 
Patrick, Gilbert, yeoman, 2nd concession. Block A. 
Patrick, John, yeoman, let conceasion, part Block A. 
Patrick, John S , laborer, 1st conceaaion, part lot 32. 
Patrick, William, yeoman, 3rd conceasion, part lot 1. 
Patterson, G. W., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 38. 
Patterson, John, yeoman, 1st conceaaion, part lot 30. 
Pearson, Bryant, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 7. 
Pearson, George, yeoman, 8th conceasion, part lot 26. 
Penwell, Jamea, Wallbridge'a milla, Halloway, 8th conceaaion part lot 38. 
Perry, Caleb, yeoman, 3rd concesaion, weat half lot 17. 
Perry, George, yeoman, 4th concession, west half lot 9. 
Perry, Harvey, yeoman, 3rd conceaaion, part lot in. 
Perry, Hiram, yeomau, 3rd conceaaion, part lota 18 and 19. 
Perry, Levi, yeoman, 4th concession, part lota 9 and 10. 
Perry William H., yeoman, 3rd conceaaion, part lot 10. 
Perry, William, yeoman, 4th concesaion, east half lot 1«. 
Phillips, H., yeoman, 8th conceasion, ])art lot 9. 
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Phillipi, Jonktbas, yeoman, lib eonceiiion, part lot 6. 
Pblllipi, Joieph, yeomaa, 8th concruion, part lot 13. 
Phillipfl, Joseph, yeoman, 8tb conceuion, north half lot 7. 
Phillips, Louia, yeoman, 4th cooceoion, west half lot 29. 
Pickett, Tbomai, yeoman, 9th concetsion, part lot 34. 
Playtcr, Fred., yeoman, 6th conceuion, part lot 14. 
Playter, Mri. Mary, 0th ooncesaion, part lot 14. 
Pomcroy, Peter, luborer. Mill Island. 
Ponton, W. II., Irtborer, 1st concession, part lots 37 and 39. 
Potter, DaTid, yeoman, 8th concession, south part lot 18. 
Potter, George, yeoman, Igt concession, north part lot 8. 
Potter, Russell, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 3. 
Potter, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 
Powers, Willian, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 22. 
Presler, James, yeoman, 9tb couceasion, part lot 8. 
Pretty, Cbas., yeoman, 1st concession, part lots 32 and 33. 
I Prior, Francis tf., yeoman, &th concussion, part lot 6. 
Purdy, David, J. P., yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 20. 
Rankin, Ohas., yeoman, Ist concession, east side Block A. 
Read, Edwin, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 27. 
Re<^d, Hon. Robert, M.L.O., distiller, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 24. 
Readhouse, Samuel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lots 21 and 22. 
.Reddick, Qeorge, yeoman, 4th concession, north half 19. 
Roddick, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 21. 
Reddick, Peter L., yeoman, 4th concession, south half lot 20. 
Reddick, Thomas, yeoman, 4lb concession, south half 19. 
Redner, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 27. 
Reed, Robt., yeoraun, 8ili conccsfioii, pait lul 22. 

Reed, Salyer, yeoman, 4tb concession, south part 22. 

Reynolds, Wm. , yeomao, bill concession, part lot 20. 

Richardson, Joshua, yeomau, 7th concession, part lots 11, 12, and 13. 

Rightmyer, Joseph, yeoman, Ist concession, part lots 2 and 3. 

Rikely, Andrew, meclianic, 6th concession, part lot 34. 

Robertson, Alex. S., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 35. 
Roblin, David, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 34. 

Roblin, John J., yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 30. 

Roblin, Philip, yeoman, 3rd concession, part iot 38. 

Roe, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 29. 

Rogers, Epbraim, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 29. 
Jlogers, John, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 23. 

Rose, Aaron, yeomaa, 7th concession, part lot lO. 

Rose, Baltas, yeoman, 4tb concession, partlo<.s 12 and 13. 

Rose, Qeorge, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 36. 

Rose, Harmon, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 

Rose, James, jun., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10, 

Rose, John, laborer, Ist concession, part lot 38. 

Rose, John L., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 

Rose, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 27. 

Rose, Julia Ann, widow, 7th concession, part lot 36. 

Rose, Samuel E., yeoman, &th concession, 'Ot ^a*. 

Rosebush, Jacob, yeoman, 9tb concessioa, part iot 17. 

Rosebush, James A., yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 19. 

Rosebush, James W., yeoman, 7ih concession, part lot 2. 

Rosebush, Tobias, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 17. 

HosB, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9. 



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Rowe, George B., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 9. 

Rowe, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9. 

Rowe, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lots 12 and 13. 

Rowe, John H., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lots 3 and 4. 

Rupert, Ghas., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 

Rupert, J^rdme, yeoman, 2nd concession, east part lot 6. 

Ryckman, Daniel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 31. 

Ryerson, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 

Sager, Henry, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 18. 

Sager, Michael, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 19. 

Sandycock, Williamj yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 12. 

Sarles, John F., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 24. 

Sarles, Joseph, yeoman, 7th concession, part let 25. 

Sarles, Robert, yeoman, 7th concession, north part lot 23. 

Sarles, Selah, yeomen, 7th concession, north half lot 23. 

Sarles, William, yeoman, 8th concession, pai-t lot 19. 

Scott, Charles, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 18. 

Scott, Isaac, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 18. 

Scott, Peter, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 18. 

Sexmitb, Fletcher, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 23. •' 

Shannon, John, sen., laborer, Ist concession, part lot 24. 

Shannon, John, jun., laborer, Ist concession, part lot 23. 

Shannon, John, yeoman, 5th concession Block A. 

Sharp, Andrew, yeoman, 4th concesFion, part let 30. 

Sharp, James P., yeoman, 4th concession, north part lot 22. 

Sharp, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 30. 

Sharp, Peter, blacksmith, 4th concession, part lot 30. 

Sharp, William, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 30. 

Shea, John, yeoman, 9th concession, east half lot 27. 

Sheridan, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 39. 

Shorey, Chester C, yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 10 and 11. 

Shumaker, Andrew, yeoman, Ist concession, east side block. A. 

Shumaker, Joseph, laborer, Ist concession, block A. 

Sills, David Y., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 36. 

Sills, Ephraim G., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 

Sills, John H., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1. 

Simmons, Abram, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 34. 

Simmons, David, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 2. 

Simmons, Geo., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 

Simmons, James N., yeoman, 6ih concession, part lot 3. 

Simmons, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 

Simmons, Samuel, yeoman, 3rd concession, south half lot 10. 

Simpsin, James, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 39. 

Sine, Geo. W., yeoman, €th concession, part lot 22. 

Sine, Stephen, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 22. - 

Sines, Aaron, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 24. 

Sines, D., yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 25. 

Sines, Sylvester, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 2?. 

Sines, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 22, 

Skuce, Thomas, yeoman^ 9th concession, west half lot 37. 

Sloan, Benjamin, yeoman, 1st concession, east part lot 7. 

Smith, Alex, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 21. 

Smith, Charles, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 18. 

Smith, Frederick, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 1?. 



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Smith, Ferdinand, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 17. 

Smith, George 0., yeoman, 7th concession, south half lot 6. 

Smith, Henry, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 21. 

Smith, H. B., yeoman, 7th concession, we^t half lot 5. 

Smith, Jacob, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 

Smith, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 

Smith, James H., yeoman, 4tb concession, west half lot 7. 

Smith, James W., yeoman, 6th concession, south part lot 9. 

Smith, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 31. 

Smith, John, yeoman, 1st concession, north part lota 9 and 10. 

Smith, Lester, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 9. 

Smith, Lewis, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 26. 

Smith, S., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3, 

Smith, Seaport, laborer, 1st concession, part lot 5. 

Smith, Simeon H., yeoman, 7tb, concession, part lot 18. 

Smith, Wellington, yeoman, 7lb, concession, south part lot 16. 

Smith, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 

gmith, William, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 34. 

Snider, Andrew, yeoman. Front Sidney. 

Snider, Andrew, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 25. 

Snider, Charles, yeom^in, 2nd concession, part lot 26. 

Snider, David, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3. 

Southard, Jesse, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 4. 

Spafford, Theodore, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lots 21 and 22. 

Spence, Jam«s, yeoman, Ist concession, east part lot 36. 

Spencer, Charlep, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 32. 

Spencer, Gideon, yeoman, 7th coccessios, part lot 22. 

Sprague, H., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 27. 

Steel, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 3. 

Stevens, Mary, widow, 8th concession, south part lot 26. 

Stevenson, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 27. 

Stevenson, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 7. 

Stickell, Edward 0., yeoman, 3rd concessiou, part lot 3. 

Stonebrugh, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 19. 

Stonebrugh, Mrs. C. A., 7th concession, part lot 14. 

Stott, William, yeoman, 4th concession,, part; lot 37. 

Storing, John, yeoman, 4th concession, p&rt lot 21. 

Sullivan, Jas., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 13. 

Sullivan, Michael, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. • 

Sutton, George, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot. 25. 

Swankee, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 34. 

Taylor, Gharles M., yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 4. 

Taylor, John H., laborer, Mill Island. 

Taylor, John R., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 15. 

Tedman, Stephen, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 22. 

Thomas, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 17. 

Thompson, Alexander, yeoman, 2nd concession, west part lot 36. 

Thompson, G. I., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 8. 

Thompson, Lennox, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 33. 

Thompson, Lyman, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 33. 

Thompson, Matthew, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 36. 

Thompson, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, north half lot 4. 

Tompkins, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 

Toner, Francis, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 33. 

Toner, James, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 36. 



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Traver, Jonathan, yeoman, Ist concession, west half lot 11. 
Treverton, Samuel, yeoman, 2ud concession, part lot 17. 
Tucker, Henry, yeoman, 4th concession, south part lot 31. 
Turley, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 21. 
Turncliff, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, east part lot 11. 
Turncliff, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, east part lot 11. 
Turner, John Gilbert, yeoman, 7th concession, part let 32. 
Turner, John W., yeoman, 7th concession, par'. lui 33. 
Turner, Willmut, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 36. 
Tuttle, Joseph, blacksmith, 1st concession, part lot 13. 
VanAllan, Cornelius, 6th coDcession, part lot 35, 
Vanalstine, Ira, laborer, 1st concession, 1 House. 
Yanalstine, Peter, laborer. 

Yanalstine, Thomas B., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 28. 
Yanblaricom, David, yeoman, Ist concession, lot 10. 
Vandervoort, Berry, yeomnn, 4th concession, part lot 25. 
Vandervoort, John, yeom.in, 5th concession, part lot 33. 
Tanderroort, John A., ^coman, 3rd concession, north half lot 9. 
YanderToort, John H., } eoman, 4th concession, north part lot 28. 
Yandervoort, Lorenzo M., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 
Vandervoort, Peter, yeoman, Ist concession, part lots 6 and 7. 
Yandervoort, Samuel, yeomnn, 4th concession, part lot 38. 
Yandervoort, Tobias, laborer, 2Dd concession, part lot 6. 
Yandervoort, Uriah, yeoman, 2nd concesbion, part lots 10 and 11. 
Yandervoort, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lots 17 and 18. 
Yandervoort, William R., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 17. 
. Yandewater, David, J.P., yeoman, 2nd concession, west half lot 30. 
Ynn(1<>water, G'^Vrt S., yooyp.an, 2ad concession, part lots 25 and 26. 
Yandewater, Henry, yeoman, 2nd concession, east half lot 30. 
Yandewaters, Daniel, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lots 28 and 29. 
Yanduseu, Joseph, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 85. 
Yannorman, Hiram, 5th concession, part lot 7. 
Yannorman, Isaac, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 6. 
Yannorman, Jeremiah, yeoman, 6th concession, west half lot 8. 
Yangesen, John, laborer. Mill Island. 
Yanniere, Jnmes, yeoman, 4th concession, Block A. 
Yanskiver, Daniel G., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 
Yantassel, William Henry, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 35. 
Yerraylea, Asah^l, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 38. 
Yerraylea, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 34 and 38, 
Yermylea, William H., J.P., yeoman, 4th concession, west part lot 38. 
Wflfidle, James, laborer, 1st concession, part lot 18. 
W'iiddell, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 24. 
Waddell, Robert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 24. 
Waddington, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
Waddington, R., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 17. 
Wager, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 21. 
Wallbridge, Mrs , 5th concession, part lot 3. 
Walker, David, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 27. 
Walker, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 27. 
Walker, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 16. 
Walker, Robert, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 24. 
Waller, Samuel, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 17. 
Walsh, Philip, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 36. 
Ward, Augustus, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 33. 



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Ward, George, yeoman, 6th concessioB, part lot 34. 

Ward, John, yeoman, 2nd conceaaion, part lot 31. 

Ward, Robert, yeoman, Yth concesaion, weat part lot 37. 

Ward, Samuel, yeoman, 8th conceaaion, part lota 34 and 35. 

Ward, Wright H., yeoman, 7th conceaaion, part lot 37. 

Way, Joaeph F., crown timber agent, 9th conceaaion. Mount Marney. 

Weaver, Peter, yeoman, 9th conceaaion, part lot 17. 

Weber, Michael, yeoman, 2nd conoeasion, part lot 27. 

Weese, Ghanncy B., laborer, Mill laland. 

Weisealacb, Frederick, maaon, lat concebiion, part broken front. 

Welch, Jamea, yeoman, 9th conceaaion, part lot 26. 

Wellbum, William, yeoman, 8th concession part lot 36. 

Weller, Edvrard, yeoman, In* concession, part iota 4 and 5. 

Wenaley, Henry, yeoman, 8i.u concession, part let 30. 

Weatcott, Nicholaa, yeoman, 9th concession, part lots, 1 and 2. 

Westfall, Oeorge S , yeoman, 2nd conceaaion, part lot 4. 

Weatfall, James, yeoman, 3rd conceaaion, north part lot 7. 

Westfall John, yeoman, 2nd conceaaion, lot 11. 

Weatfall John W., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 

Westfall, Mary, widow, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 

Weatfall, Peter E., yeoman, 3rd conceasion, part lot 7. 

Westfall, Tobias, yeoman, 1st concession, north part lot S. 

Whalen, Patrick, yeomcu, 2nd concession, part lot 31. 

White, Allan, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 6. 

White, Benjamin, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 13. 

White, Benona, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 16. 

White, Jnmes, yeoman, 3rd couoeoolou, west half lot 37. 

White, Mrs. Rachael, widow, 1st concession, part lot 12. 

White, Reuben, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 23. 

White, Stephen, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 23. 

White, Webster, yeoman, 1st concession, lots 4 and S. 

Wickett, Daniel, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 27. 

Wickett, Manuel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 

Wilkins, Charles, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 37. 

Williams, David, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 6. 

Williams, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 24. 

Wilmot, Samuel, yeoman, 4 th concession, lot 28. 

Wilson, Wm. J., laborer, 1st concession, part lot 38. 

Windsor, Peter, yeomau, 8th concession, part lot 26. 

Windsor, Samuel, yeoman, 8th conceasion, part lot 32. 

Windsor, Sarah, 8th concession, part lot 32. 

Windsor, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 26. 

Winters, William, yeoman, 8 th concession part lot 11. 

Wood, Joseph, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 32. 

Wright, Alexander, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 17. 

Wright, Charles, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 25. 

Wright, Emmanuel, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 26. 

Wright, Miss Eliza, 5th concession, psirt lot 3. 

Yates, Mrs., widow, 2nd couce3'''.on, part lot 20. 

Yates, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, south part lot 20. 

Yedman, Stephen, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lots 33 and 34. 

Young, C. W., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 32. 

Young, John W., yeoman, 2ad concession, part lot 14. 

Young, Wm. H., laborer, Mill Island. 

Young, Wm. II., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 33. 

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Tonnfr, William, laborer, Mill Island. 
Zeal, John W., yeoman, 3rd conceasion, part lot 2. 
Zwick, Qecrge, yeoman, let concession, west part lot 4. 
Zwick, George W., yeoman, 1st eoncession, part lot 6. 
Zwick, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, south half lot 33. 
Zwick, Philip, yeoman, 3rd concession, south half lot 32. 



B. 8. WILSON, M.D., 

PSj,ys£c£a£i and Stt^gBoa^ 

Graduate of McGill College, Montreal, 

LICENTIATE OF THE COLLEGE OF FHTBICLiFS AND 8VBOE0N8, 

Late Apothecary in the Montreal General Hospital, 

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Stirling is a thriving and prosperous village, located partly in the 
Township of Bawdon and partly in the Township of Sidney. It was 
incorporated in the year 1858, and has a population of 900. Lo- 
cated in the L. "H of a thickly settled and fine agricultural part of 
the County, and possessing one of the hest flouring mills in the 
Cv nntry, two foundries, and other manufactories ; it must become 
an important Town. The original flouring together with a woollen 
factory, which was all of stone, was first erected by Mr. William 
Baker, in 1852. In February, 1866, the flouring mill was totally 
destroyed by fire. The whole of the property was afterwards pur- 
chased by Mr. D. McPougall, who fitted up the woollen factory, 
which is a four story building, at a great expense, as a flouring 
mill, and by introducing the best machinery, with all the latest im- 
provements, has made it one of the best in the country with three 
run of stone ; it is amply supplied with water from the Bawdon 
creek, a tributary of the Trent. In the summer of 1868, Mr* 
White of Madoc, purchased the site and ruins of the old mill, has 
rebuilt it, and fitted it up for a first class foundry, and with its 
capabilities and the surrounding country, must do a good business. 
The village is well supplied with first class dry goods stores, 
groceries and mechanics' shops, of various kinds. Its facilities for 
education are excellent, possessing one grammar school, and one 
common school, with an efficient staff" of teachers under the manage- 
ment of 8 United Board of County Grammar and Common School 
Trustees. Its church accommodation is ample, and some of the 
churches would be an ornament to places of greater pretensions. — 
The buildings generally are of a substantial character many being 
of stone and brick. Stirling is distant from Belleville 15 miles; 
Trenton, 16; Frankford, 7; Marmora, 16 : Madoo, 19; Camp- 
bellford, 16 miles. Stages twice a day to Belleville ; 8 A.M., and 
2 P.M. Once a day to Marmora, 1 p.m., and on Mondays, Wed- 
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Municipal CownctX— (1869.)— Peter Chard,. Reeve ; William 
Martin, Cbas. Craig, D. MoDougall and G. D. Allan. 

ViUage Officers.— V. B. Parker, Clerk; H. G. Thurber, Trea- 
surer; Stephen Wescott, Collector; A. Stickles, sen., Street Sur- 
veyor ; Urial \/right. Police Constable, and Inspector of Licenses. 

United Board of Grammar and Comman School Trusteet.-^ 
Wm. Judd, (Chairman), Rev. A. Buohan, Rev. G. W. G. Grout, 
Rev. D. Wishart, (Madoc), G. H. Boulter, M.D., M.P.P., 
D. B. S. Wilson, J. Ryan, (Huntingdon), William Judd, F. B. 
Parker, Jas. Boldriok, B. Stedman and W. Wright. 

Richard Finch, g3cretary-Treasurer; R. Parker, M.D., Local 
Superintendent of Schools ; H. B. Houghton, Head Master of the 
Grammar School ; G. W. Sine, Teacher, and Miss Cosby, assistant 
Teacher in the Common School. 

Division Court. — Wm. Judd, Clerk; Charles Butler, Bailiff. 

Issuer of Marriage Licenses. — J. R. Vantassell. 

-'' Post Office. — North side Front street, Wm. Judd, Post Master. 

telegraph Offi,ce. — North sHe Mill street, Jas. Boldrick, opera- 
tor. 

St. John's CAMrc^.~(Church of England), Rev. G. W. G. 
Grout, M.A., Incumbent. Hours of service, 11 A.M., and 7 P.M. 

Presbyterian Church. — Mill street. Rev. A. Buchan, Pastor* — 
Hour of Service, 11 A.M. 

Wesleyan Methodist Church. — Church street. Rev. G. Carr, and 
Rev. W. J. Young, Pastors. Hours of service 10 A.M., and 6.30 
P.M. 

Episcopal Methodist Church. — Church street, Rev. J. G. Adams, 
and Rev. Mr. Edwards, Pastors. Hour of Service, 6.30, P.M. 

Baptist Church. — Church street, vacant. 

Masonic Stirling Lodge 69, meets every Thursday after full 
Moon. G. E. Bull, W.M., R. Finch, Secretary. 

Loyal Orange Lodge No. 110, meets second Monday in the 
month. J. S. Hagerman, M., James McKeown, Secretary. 



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Pliysicias, Sargtos, Obstetrician, 

CHEMIST AND DBUOOIST, 

icaler In Brncs, Chenictls, Perfonery, €«abs, Patent lliediclnes 

•je Stuffs, Oils, Paints, Tarnishes, Brnslies, Stationery, 

and SchMl Batks, 

JTOMtTU STREET, STMRLIJVCt^ C.lf*. 

CHARD'S HOTEL, 

A. CHARD, Proprietor. 

First CSass Acccniniadation far Boarders and Trareliers. 
The Bar is furnished with choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

COMMODIOUS SHEDS, GOOD YARD AND STABLING. 

CHARLES CRAIG, 

IMFORTEB AND DEALER IN 

DRY SOOOS, 6R00ER1E8, 

EABDWARE, BOOTS AND SHOES, etc. • 

THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE. 



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TTIRLINO DIRBOTORT. 



Ackers, John, cooper, north side Mill street. 

Allen, Ebenezer D., fanning mill maker, south side Church street. 

Anderson, Peter, school teacher, east side John street. 

Baker, John M., north side Mill street. 

Barloir, Jesse, tanner, north side Front street. 

Barrow, Stephen, mason. North side Mill street. 

Bedstowe, David, laborer, east side Front street. 

Bell, Thomas M., chair maker, north side Front street. 

Bird, George, gardener, south side Church street. 

Bird. William, north side Old Mr. R. 

Black, Charles, clerk, with John Black. 

BLACK, JOHN, merchant, cor. Mill and North streets. — Set Adv. p. 365. 

Blakely, James, yeoman, south side Front street. 

T. .Idrick, James, tailor, telegraph operator, north side Mill street. 

Boldrick, John, tailor, with James Boldrick. 

Borden, Lloyd, carpenter, north side church street. 

BOULTER, GEORGE H., M.P.P., physician drug and stationary store, 
North street. — See Adv. p. 365. 

Bradley, B. L., M.L., north side Front street 

Bradley, T., stage proprietor, south side Mill street. 

Brown, Thomas, merchant, west side Front street. 

Brownson, W. S., wagonmaker, soutb side Front street. 

Brydon, Andrew, baker, sonth side Front street 

Buchan, Rer. Alexander, Presbyterian, south side Victoria street. 

Bull, George E., coroner, commissioner in the Queen's Bench, convey- 
ancer, &c., south side Front street. 

Bunoe, Edward, ironmonger, north side Front street. 

Bush, Benjamin, wagonmaker, north side Church street. 

Bush, Mrs., widow, south side Gore street. 

Butler, Charles, bailiff, fruit agent, north side Front street. 

Butler, John, with Charles Butler. 

Caldwell, Albert, harnessmaker. 

Caldwell, John T., carpenter, north side Front street. 

Carr, Rev. George, Wealeyan Methodist, north side Victoria street. 

Caverly, James, yeoman, north side Front street. 

Chard, Albert, Chard's hotel, south side Front street. 

Chard, Peter, south side Front street. 

Chisholm, Henry, harnessmaker, south side Front street. 

Cbarleswortb, John, clerk. 

C . oily, James, yeoman, north side Front street. 

Connolly, Jerome, yeoman, east side Frankford road. 

Craig, Robert, east side John street. 

CRAIG, CHARLES, general merchant. Mill %\xfi^i.--SeeAdv.p. 365. 

Declare, John, mason, north side Front street. 

Delany; William, yeoman, north side Front street. 

Demill, Samuel, shoemaker, north side Front street. 

Downs, Robert, with A. S. Page & Co., north side Front street. 

Downs, Thomas, hotel keeper, south side Front street. 

Downs, Thomas, hotel keeper, north side George street. 

Eaton, J. R., shoemaker, north side Wellington street. 

Feeny, Joseph, wagon maker, nonh side Edward street. 

Fidlar, Edward, east siae Edward street. 

Fidlar, Robert, clerk, Park lots. 

FINCH, Richard, shoe manufacturer, north side Mill street.— 5e« Adv. 
p. 367. 



ADVBRTISBMBNTS. 



867 



WILLIAM JUDD, 

DEALER IN 

§t^ ^rnA^f ^mttitf^, ^wAwm, (Sixt^i^tt^, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, Ac, 

FRONT STREET. STIRLING^. 

ffg^ Gash paid for Potash, Grain, &c., and all kinds of Producs taken 
in exchange for G oods. 

RICHARD FINCH, 

BOOT km SHOE MANUFACTURER, 

MILL STaSBT, STmLISIi. 



All work warranted. Jobbing neatly, quickly, and 
cheaply done. 



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WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALER IN 

i &MM SBtl 

MILL STREET, STIRLINa. 

A large assortment of Men's Goarse and Fine Boots, Ladies' Gaiters 
and Shoes, and Ghildren's Shoes, and in fact everything that is worn on 
the foot always on hand and cheap for cash. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

cAMiv mmi wfiiES, 

SLEIfiHSt CUTTERS, &t., 

FRONT STREET, STIRLING. 

Bepairing of all kinds promptly attended to. 



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STIBUNQ DIBEOTORT. 



Frsnoia, Qeorge, oontraotor, ■outl\ tide Obarlotie itnet. 

Oalligher, John, barneia maker, north side Front street. 

Oarnett, John, cooper, north side Mill street. 

Qarrett, William, shoemaker, north side Front street. 

Qeary, Joseph, carpenter, north side Mill street. 

Oerow, Mr., grocer, soath side Front street. 

Gilbert, R. P., merchant, Ward's block. 

Oirdwood, William, wagon maker, north side Front street. 

GLASS, ANDREW, shoe dealer, north side Front street.— iSes Adv, p. 361 

Green, Jeddediab, yeoman, noi'h side Oburcb street. 

Green, Joseph, merchant, east side Oburch street. 

Groat, Rer. G., Oburch of England, south side Victoria street. 

Haig, Oharles, carder and fiiller, east side James street. 

Hall, Alexander, yeoman, south side Gore street. 

Haman, Jacob, laborer, west side Mill street. 

Hannah, John, shoemaker, south. side Front street. 

Hawley, J., general merchant, north side Front street. 

Hawler, Perry, clerk, north side Front street. 

HEAGLE, JAMES, carriage maker and blacksmith, south side Front 

street. — See Adv. p. 367. 
Heaman, Jacob, yeoman, north side Mill street. 
Houston, John, painter, north side Front street. 
Horton, Jonathan, yeoman, north side Front street. 
Horton, Samuel, yeoman, north side Front street. 
Horton, SyWester, yeoman, north side Front street. 
Hougb, John V., blacksmith, north side Front street. 
Hubble, Albertson, clerk, north side Front street. 
JUDD, WILLIAM, J. P., merchant, postmaster, north side Front street. 

— Set Adv. p.ZQi. 
Kennedy, Thomas, laborer, west side Henry street. 
Lake, Henry, yeoman, north side Front street. 
Lake, Nicholas, J.P., uorth side Mill street. 
Lake, Richard, teamster, north side Front street. 
Langman, Richard, mason, south side Front street. 
Langran, B., shoemaker, north side Ghurch street. 
LaTine, Francis, stonecutter, north side Church street, 
Legross, Jerry, yeoman. 

LegroBS, Joseph, laborer, north side Front street. 
Legross, Lcti, yeoman, north side Front street. 
Loucks, Jacob, grocer, south side Front street. 
.Martii., David, tinstnith, south side Front street. 
Martin, James, shoemaker, north side Front street. 
Martin, Peter, cabinetmaker, north side Front street. 
Martin, William, cabinetmaker, north side Mill street. 
Mayar, Francis, cooper, south side Front street. 
MILNE, JAMES, merchant, north side Front street.— 5ee Adv. p. 369i. 
Mitchell, W. A., grocer, north side James street 
Mott, James, blacksmith, north side Front street. 
Myers, Francis, cooper, south side Front street. 
McOonnell, Elizabeth, widow, north side Front street. 
MoDOUGALL, D., miller. Mill street.— 5«e Adv. p. 369. 
MoGee, John, hotel, south side Front street. 
McGee, Thomas, yeoman, south side Mill street. 
McGee, Peter, tanner, south side Front street. 
Mcintosh, William, yeoman, north side Front street* 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



869 



JA.MES MILISTE^ 

Wholciala and Retail Dealer in 

Dry Giioils, Groceries, Merj, Boots aiil Slioes, &c., 

STIBILIilO. 

An asiortment'of eTirytbing kept in a first class Village Store always 
on band and for sale as cu«ap as any other establishment in the county. 

AH klidi of prodaee takei !■ exckiBge ftr gMds, 



D. McDOXJ»ALL, 

General Dealer in all kinds of Grain. Will pay at all seMona of the 
year the Belleville Market price for Wheat, Rye, Corn, Barley, Oats, 
Peas, Buckwheat, and Grass Seed, and will keep constantly on band, for 
sale at the lowest remunerating prices, a large Stock of Wheat, Rye, and 
Buckwheat Flour, Oatmeal, Sifted Corn Meal, Bran, Shorts, dec. 

PRODUCE OP ALL KINDS BOUGHT & SOLD ON COMMISSION. 

a r. POTTS^ 

DEALER IN 

Groceries, Wines, Liquors & Cigars, 

MILL STREET, STIRLING. 



H. Q. THURBER, 



DEALER IN 



MILLJTREET^JTIRLING. 

Always in stock. — Good Family Flour, Pork, Smoked Hams, &c. 
Cash paid for Grain. All kinds of Produce taken in Exchange 

for Goods. 



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STIRLINa DIRECTORY. 



McKee, Jamea, jeoman, Front street. 

McKce, William, teamiter, ■outh Bide Front street. 

MoKeowD, James, tailor, east side Henry street. 

MoMnllen, Qeorge, yeoman. Front street. 

McRorj, Robert, grocery and provisions, soutli side Front street. 

Naylor, James, blacksmith, north side Front street. 

Parker, B. F,, clerk, north side Front street. 

Parker, Francis B., grocer, north side Mill street. 

Parker, James, clerk, north side Front street. 

Parker, Robert, M.D., north side Front street. 

PARKER, MRS. WILLIAM R., hotel, north side Mill street. 

Pecon, William, yeoman, west side Cfhurcb street. 

Phillips, Andrew, teamster, south side Church street. 

Phillips, Henry, BelleriUe stage, north side Front street. 

Phillips, Henry, yeoman, north side Church street. 

POTTS, EDWARD F., grocer, north side Mill street.— Set Jdv. p. 368. 

Potts, James M., yeoman, south side Front street. 

Potts, J. 



Ii;c0., yeoman, south side Front street. 



Potts, Robert M., yeoman, south side Front street. 

Powell, D. N., north side Front street. 

Ralph, Mrs., widow, north side Front street. 

Reed, John, yeoman. 

Root, Lyman, cooper, north side Mill street. 

Sager, Charles, tinsmith, north side Front street. 

Sanderson, Matthew, teachor, north side Victoria street. 

Scott, Andrew, blacksmitli, north side .Charlotte street. 

Seeiey, David, yeoman. 

Shaw, William, yeoman, south side Front street. 

Simmons, John, yeoman, south side Church street 

Sine, G. W., teacher, north side Front street. 

Smith, P. P., carpeuter, Frankford road. 

Stedman, Benjamin, general merchant, nortn side Mil! street. 

Stephens, Stephen, photographer, south side Front street. 

Stickell, Andrew J., jun., carpenter, constable, south side Front street. 

Stickell, Andrew J., sen., carpenter, south side Front street. 

Stickell, 0. F., merchant, north side Mill street. 

Stiles, James, carriagemaker, south side Front street. 

THURBBR, HENRY G., grocer, north side Mill street.—- See Mv. p. 369. 

Vancott, David, yeoman, north side Front street. 

Yantassal, John, issuer of marriage licenses, north side Mill street. 

Weese, Tliomas, yeoman, north side Front street. 

Wellington, J. W., miner, east side John street. 

Wescott, Stephen, harnessmaker, south side Mill street. 

Wheeler, Lyman, blacksmith, south side Front street. 

Wheeler, Mrs., confectioner, north side Mill street. 

Wheeler, Z., carriagemaker, south side Front street. 

White, John, foundryman. Front street. 

White, John, yeoman, north side Church street. 

Williamson, James, shoemaker. 

Witcher, Benjamin, tanner, north side Church street. 

Wolever, Isaac, merchant tailor, north side Front street. 

Wright, U., tanner, east side Henry street. 

Toung, Daniel, shoemaker, west side Emma street. 



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THOMASBURG. 



Thomasbiirg is a pleasant Uttlo village, situated on lot No. 1, 
fourth concession of the Township of Hungerford, on the gravel 
road leading from Belleville to Bridgewater. It is distant froi > 
Belleville, seventeen miles and from Bridgewater twelve miles. It 
has two general stores, a tannery, carriage and blacksmith shops, 
shoemaker, tailor, one hotel, &u. There is a good stone school- 
house, well supplied with maps, globes, &o., and there are two 
churches, the Church of England, and the Wesleyan Methodist. 
The Bible Christians and Episcopal Methodists hold regular ser- 
vices in the village. There is also a fine brick Orange Lodge, 
potash works, &o. The cheese factory for the section of the 
Township is situated at Thomasburg. It is a large building well 
adapted for the purpose, and is in a highly prosperous condition. 
It uses the milk of 280 cows. 



AsbtOD, Harry G., general merchant. 
Asbton, John B., with H. G. Asbton. 
BRASON, JOSEPH A., tanner, currier and shoe manufacturer.->-5ee ./juw . 

p. 371. 
Braj, Samuel, laborer. 
Butler, John, dealer in fruit trees. 
Clare, Thomas, yeoman. 
Clare, Thomas Harvj, carpenter and joiner. 
Davis, George W., saddler and harnessmaker. 

imm^BBUU® TANNERY, 

XAMCFACTTBSB OF 

Harness,Gollar, Belt,IJpper, Eip & Calf Leather, 

BOOTS, SHOES, HARNESS AND SADDLES, 

KEPT ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER. 



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THOMASBURG DIRECTORY. 



Eaton, Alexander, shoemaker. 

Eaton, John, yeoman. 

Fox, Elizabeth, widow. 

Graham, John, blacksmith. 

Graham, Thomas, bkcksmith. 

Halbert, Nathaniel, bl«vL>mith. 

Henry, Benjamin, gene rcl merchant. 

Lawrence, Wm. H., Chinese manufacturer. 

Mains, John W., carriage and wagonmaker. 

Morton, Alexander, yeoman. 

Morton, Dorothy, widow. 

Morton, James, yeoman. 

Morton, John B., school teacher. 

McGuire, James, hotel keeper. 

McMillan, John, shoemaker. 

Paul, Thomas, laborer. 

Peterson, James R., in cheese factory. 

Robertson, John, tailor and postmaster. 

Robinson, Robert, laborer. 

Scriber, Wm., blacksmith with J. Graham. 

Sherry, James, shoemaker. 

Sherry, William, shoemaker. 

Stokes, Wm., superintendent cheese factory. 

Thompson, Alice, widow. 

Wheeler, Henry, tanner and currier, with Joseph A. Brason. 

Wilson, Jane S., widow. 



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THURLOW. 



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The Township of Thurlow fronts on the Bay of Quints, and 
is one of the oldest settled in the County. The soil is fertile, 
■and there is less broken land than in any other in the County. 
Its proximity to Belleville, and having the advantage of unlimited 
^ater-power privileges, has proved of great benefit to the town- 
ship. There are two or three small villages in the township, the 
largest of which is Canifton, about two miles and a half from 
Belleville. A description of this village, with its manufacturing 
facilities, will be found with the alphabetical list of names for 
Canifton. All along the river which runs through this Township 
are numerous flouring and saw mills which do a very extensive 
business. Plainfield or at least the mills there which lately belong- 
ed to Mr, H. G. Gillespie, have become the property of Mr. Jas. 
Barnes. Duvin™ the last scaaoa Le has gone to great expense in 
rebuilding the dam and improving the property. At this point is 
a first class flouring mill having the latest improved machinery and 
one of the largest saw mills in the County. A short distance above 
Plainfleld are Latta's mills, where there is a flouring and three 
saw mills. Corby's mills and distillery are also located in this 
Township, about a mile and a half above Canifton. This mill is 
one of the largest and most complete in the County ; and attached 
to the distillery is a large stone stable, well ventilated and capitally 
arranged, capable of stocking one hundred cattle. 

In 1839 the population of Thurlow, exclusive of Belleville was 
2037 ; in 1860-61 it was 4864 : and is now estimated at 6000. 

Township Council, 1869. — J. J. Farley, Eeeve ; P. R. Daley, 
Philip Clapp, Deputy Reeves : J. N. Diamond and W. H. Sills 
Oouncillors. 

Township Officers, — S. H. Fairman, clerk ; John Thompson 
T'reasurer, Collector. 

Sth Division (7o«r<.— Office at Canifton, J, H. Sills Clerk. 



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THURLOW DIKECTORT. 



Post Offices. — Canifton, Jonas Canni£f, J. G., Postmaster ; Hallo- 
vray, 8th concession, lot 1, Rfrs. Wm. Peck, Postmaster ; Plainfield, 
7th concession, lot 24j Edward N. Gould, Postmaster ; Roslin, 
Wm. Gilroy, Postmaster; Foxboro, 6th concession, lot 2, Wm. 
Dttffey, Postmaster ; Thurlow, 8th concession, lot 15, Wm. T. 
Casey, Postmaster. 

Addison, George, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 30. 

Airs, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 7. 

Alkenbrach, John, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 8. 

Alkenbrach, Samual, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 8. 

Alkenbrach, Wm. H., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 8. • 

AUcott, William, brickmaker, Ist concession, part lot 7. 

Anderson, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 32. 

Andrews, David, teamster, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 

Archibald, Andrew, mechanic, Ganifton. 

Archy, Mrs. B. A., widow, 3rd concession, part lots 27 and 28. 

Arkells, Robert, innkeeper, Thrashers' Corners. 

Armstrong, Wm., laborer, 3rd concession, part lot 12. 

Ashley, Gbarles, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 

Ashley, Egbert, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 2. 

Ashley, Harford, yeoman, 5th concession part lot. 

Ashley, Simeon, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 23. 

Ashley, William, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 2. 

Atkins, IRichard, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 15. 

Aylsworth, Neal, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 25. 

Babcock, David, laborer, O. T. Railway. 

Badgley, Comelins, jun., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 24. 

Badgley, B. R., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 22. 

Badgley, Ira 0., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 22. 

Badgley, Isaiah, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 22. 

Badgley, Jacob, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 14. 

Badgley, John A,, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1 1. 

Badgley, Richard, laborer, 7th concession, part lot 23. 

Badgley, Robert, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 

Badgley, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 

Badgley, William D., yeoman, 7th concession, lot 24. 

Bailey, J. B. engineer, 1st concession, part lot 7. 

Baldrick, William, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 13. 

Baldwin, Orin, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 

Bankankle, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 31. 

Barlow, George, yeoman, 1st concessian, part lot 7. 

Barnes, George, sawyer, 3rd concession, part lot 5. 

BARNES, JAMES, Inmberman, Plainfield Mills, 7th concession, part 

lot 24.— S«e Jidv. p. 375. 
Barnes, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 5 and 6. 
Barnum, Isaac, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 
Barnnm, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Barrett, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 13. 
Bates, Thomas, innkeeper, Grand Trnnk station. 
Bates, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 28. 
Beckett, Nathan, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 5. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



875 



FiAtttFIElB MfiLSy 

JAMES BARNES, Proprietor. 

These Mills have lately been very much improved, the Dams 
rebuilt, and everything put in good condition. 

THE FLOUBING MILL 

Is supplifcd 'With the latest and most Improved Machinery and 
having a first class Miller as Manager, the most perfect satisfac- 
tion is guaranteed. 

FLOUR AND FEED FOR SALE, 

JA8. BARNES. 



THE SAW MILL 

Is now one of the largest and most complete in the County of 
Hastings. 

Boaris, Flank JlooriBE, SiiiiiiK, ScastliD|[,Fic][ets, LaH. 

&c., &c., &c., 
ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP. 

JA8. BARFSES. 



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THURLOW DIRECTORT. 



Bedell, Peter, jeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 27. 
Bedell, Richard, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 27. 
Bedell, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 27. 
Begly, Isabella, 3rd concession, part lot 6. 
Belch, Charles, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 5, 6, and 7. 
Bell, Clement, briokmaker, 1st concession, part lot 10. 
Bell, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 21. 
Bell, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 21. 
Bennett, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 29. 
Bennett, William, tailor, Hayden's Cornerd. 
Bensley, Thomas, miller, 4th concession, part lot 7. 
Bilton, John, yeomat>, Ist concession, part lot 19. 
Bilton, Joseph, yeoman, lat concession, lot 28. 
Birch, Robert, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 11. 
Bird, William, yeomao, 9th concession, part lot 4. 
Bird, William T., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 4. 
Birmingham, Patrick, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 26. 
Black, John, mechanic, Ist concession, part lot 18. 
Bleecker, Esther M., widow, 1st concession, part lot 11. 
Bleecker, Mrs. Alice, widow, 1st concession, part lot 7. 
Bleecker, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 3. 
Boem, Philip, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 11. 
Bonnycastle, Alexander, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 2. 
Bowen, Abram, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 14. 
Boyd, John, >dOiiiaii, 2nd c.mcession, part lot 30. 
Braden. Michael, y«*oman, 6th o.oncpao'on, pnrt lot 28. 
Bradshaw, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 8. 
Bradabn.v, Lewis, yeomau, 4th concession, part lot 8. 
Bradshaw, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Bradshaw, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 22. 
Bradshaw, William R., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 8. 
Prentnell, Ebenezer, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 9. 
Brenton, Francis, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 9. 
Brenton, Joseph, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 31. 
Brintnell, George, yeoman, 3th concession, part lot 14. 
Brintnpll, George, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 
Briutnell, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 14. 
Brintnell, James, laborer, 6th concession, part lot 22. 
Broderick, John, laborer, G. T. Railway. 
Brooker, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 16. 
Brooker, William, yeom&n, 1st concession, part lot 7. 
Brown, Andrew, tanner, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 
Bruvvn, George N.,}"eoman, 3rd concession, partlot 19. 
Brown, George S., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 6. 
Brown, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 28. 
Brown, James W., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 18. 
Brown, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lots 6 and 7. 
Brown, John A., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 19. 
Brunk, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 27. 
Brunk, Sarah, 3rd concession, part lot 9. 
Buns, Franklin, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 2. 
Burdock, William H., yeoman, 8t'n concession, part lot 6. 
Burgess, Anthony, yeoman, 5th concession, part lots 14 and 15. 
Burgess, Philip C, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 14. 
Burns, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 



THURLOW DIRECTORY. 



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Burns, Sarah E., 5th concession, part lot 1. 

Burwash, Rev. John, Wesleyan Methodist, Ist concession, pArt lot 7. 

Bush, Henry, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 21. 

Bush, J. H., yeoraan, 5th concession, part lot 22. 

Bush, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 26. 

Byce, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 17. ' 

Gadman, Benjamin, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 26. 

Gadman, William, J. P., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 26. 

Calahan, Michael, merchant, 1st concession, part lot 12. 

Galahan, Mrs., 2nd concession, part lot 9. 

Galahan, Nicholas, carpenter, 2nd concession, part lot 13. 

Caldwell, David, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 12. 

Galdwell, George, yeoraan, 7th concession, part lot 3. 

Campbell, Duncan, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 31. 

Campbell, Ilu^rh, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 5. 

Campbell, William, J.P., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 31. 

CanniflP, Daniel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 5 And 6. 

CannifF, Guy W., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 

CANNIFF, JAMES, J.P., Moira flouring mills, near BMeville.—See Jdv. 

p. 113. 
Canniff, Jonas, J.P., yeoman, 2nd part lots 5 and 6. 
Canuiif, Mrs. C., widow, 3rd concession, part lot 5. 
GannifiT, P. F., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
-Canniif, Thomas, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 5 and 6. 
Carscallen, D. L., yeoman, 1st concession, lot 12. 
Carscallen, Edward, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 14. 
Carscallen, James, yeoman, 2nd coDci'ssion, part lot 14. 
Carscallen, Luke H., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 22. 
Carter Jacob, yeoman, 6th concession,' part lot 22. 
Casey, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 13. 
Casey, Samuel S. T., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 24. 
Casey, Samuel T., J.P., Thurlow, 8th concession, part lot 14. 
Casey, Stephen, laborer, Grand Trunk Static . 
Casey, Willet, yeoman, 8th concession, par* lots 13 and 14. 
Casey, William T., postmaster, 8th concession, part lot 15. 
Catchapaw, Abraham, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 18. 
Catchapaw, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 26. 
Catchapaw, William, yeoraan, 3rd concession, part lot 18. 
Cavalock, Christopher, laborer. Grand Trunk Station. 
Gavan, Jame^, yeoraan, 9th concession, part lot 31. 
Caverly, Peter, wagon maker, 6th concession, part lot 22. 
Chamberlain, Mrs., shopkeeper, Plainfield. 
Chambers, John, gardener, 2nd concession, part lot 7. 
Chambers, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot IS. 
Chapman, Allen, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 26. 
Chapman, Daniel, yeoman, 9lh concession, part lots 25 and 26. 
Chapman, Duncan, yeoman, 9ih concession, part lot 26. 
Chapman, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lots 27 and 28. 
Chapman, Robert M., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 20 and 21. 
Chapman, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 
Chapman, William, j^eoman, 9th concession, part lot 27. 
Cheeseboro, Charles, yeoman, 5th concession, lot 24. 
•Cheeseboro, Robert G., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 24. 
Chisholm, Colin, J. P., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 
Chisholm, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 

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Olapp, Benjamin, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 12. 
Ulapp, Benjamin, jr., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 24. 
Clapp, David, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 14. 
Clapp, David, J.P., yeoman, 4th concession, lot 15. 
Clapp, David, jur., laborer, 7th concession, part lot 26. 
Clapp, Dorland, J.P., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 14. 
Clapp, Jacob, yeoman. 3rd concession, part lot 19. 
Clapp, James L., yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 25. 
Clapp, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 14. 
Clapp, Phillip, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 1. 
Clapp, Robert, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 18. 
Clapp, Samuel, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lots 17 and 18, 
Clapp, Sbubael, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 24. 
Clapp, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
Clapp, Willet C., sawyer, 7th concession, part lot 26. 
Clarey, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 23. - 
Clarke, Charles H., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 14. 
Clarke, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 16. 
Clarke, James, yeoman, 5tii concession, part lot 13. 
Clarke, Matthew H., mechanic, 6th concession, part lot 2.- 
Clarke, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 1 . 
Clarke, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 16. 
Clement, E., laborer, 7th concession, part lot 25. 
Clement, Joseph, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 
Clokey, John, laborer, 1st concession, part lot 11. 
Cobble, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 18. 
Collins, Cornelias, laborer, 2nd concession, part lot 15. 
Collins, Edward, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9. 
Collins, John, blacksmith, 7th concession, part lot 26. 
Colter, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 30. 
Compton, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 2 and 3, 
Conners, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 12. 
Connors, Catherine, 2nd concession, part lot 5. 
Connors, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 17. 
Cook, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
Cook, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 11. 
Cooley, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 24. 
Cooper, Arthur, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 24. 
Cooper, Charles, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 24. 
Cox, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 5. 
Crawford John, innkeeper, 6th concession, part lot 16. 
Creepe, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
Cronk, Ephraim, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 9. 
Cronk, Jacob, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 27. 
Cronk, Jacob, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
Crowther, William, barrister, 1st concession, part lot 7. 
Gutts, Ann, Grand Trunk Station. 

Dafoe, Abraham, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lots 6 and 6* 
Dafoe, Benjamin, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 6. 
Dafoe, Edward B., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7, 
Dafoe, Henry, mechanic, 6ih concession, part lot 1. 
Dale, Thomas, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 5, 6 and 7. 
Daly, P. R., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 9. 
Danford, Samuel, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 11. 
Davidson, James, distiller, 4th concession, part lot 7. 



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Davis, Daniel, veoman, 7th concession, part lot 14 and 15. 

Davis, Edward L., yeoman, 2nJ concession, part lot 23. 

Davis, Erastus, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lots 23 and 24. 

Davis, George, yconi?n, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 

Davis, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 23. 

Davis, Thaddens W., yeoman, 2ad concession, part lot 23. 

Davis, Wm. H., yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 7. 

Davy, Albert, laborer, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 

Degroff, Oliver, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 

Degroff, Peter, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 21. 

Denike, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 23. 

Denike, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 22. 

Denyes, Albert, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 18. 

Denyes, J. Wesley, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 7. 

Denyes, Martin, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3. 

Denyes, Mrs. Sarah, 8th concession, part lot 7. 

Denyes, Nathan, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 10. 

Denyes, Peter, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 18. 

Denyes, Philip, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 9. 

Denyes, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 6 and 7.J 

Denyes, Samuel W., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 22. 

Denyes, Simeon, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 11. 

Dessislet, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 13. 

Diamond, John N., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 21. 

Dicken?, Benjamin, gardener, near Belleville Seminary. 

DOCTER, WILLIAM, Prince of Wales' Hotel, Grand Trunk Station.— 

See Adv. ^ p. 129. 
Donaldson, John, engineer, Grand Trunk Station. 
Donovhn, Cornelius, laborer, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
Doran, John, laborer, 3rd concession, pari lot 4. 
Dory, Thomas, mechanic, 8th concession, part lot 20. 
Dracup, Edmund, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 22. 
Dracup, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 14. 
Drew, Edward, engineer, 2nd concession, part lot 9. 
Duckworth, J. W., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 13. 
Duffy, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 
Duncan, George, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 30, 
Duncan, Peter, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 30. 
Duncan, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 30. 
Dureau, Mrs. Susan, widow, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 
Dutler, George, yeoman, Piainiield. 
Easterbrook, George, miller, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 
Easterbrook, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 13. "^ 

Easton, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 30. 
Easton, Robert, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 20. 
Elvins, Richard, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 2. 
Embury, Allen, yeoman, 9ih concession, part lot 24. 
Emerson, Gulborne John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 31. 
Emerson, Daniel, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 25. 
Emerson, George, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 31. 
Emerson, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 31. 
Emerson, John C., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 31. 
Emerson, John N., 8th concession, part lot 31. 
Emerson, Stephen C, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 27. 
Emerson, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 27. 



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Emerson, William, yeoman, 8th concessiin, part lot 27. 

Emerson, Wm., yeoman, Plainfield. 

Empy, William, yeoman, 9th conceasioii, part lot 31. 

Empey, George, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 22. 

Empey, Thomas, yeoman, 9th concpssion, part lot 22. 

Emsley, Jas. H., plasterer, Ist concession, part lot 17 

Fairfield, John K., yeomnn, 5th concession, part lota 4 aad 5. 

Fairfield, Mrs., widow, 4tb concession, part lot 46. 

Fairman, Behry, yeoman, Mh concession, part lot 26. 

Fairman, Jas., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 26. 

Fairman, S H., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. 

Fairman, Willett, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 25. 

Fargey, Francis, yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 28 and 29. 

Fargey, Jnmes, yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 29 and 30. 

Fargy, Thomas, yeoman, Stirling. 

Farley, James J., J. P., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 12. 

Farley, Willet 0., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 

Fennel, Alfred, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 31. 

Filiter, George, J. P., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lota 16 and 17. 

Filiter, Richard C, yeoman, 2ud concession, part lot 17. 

Finagan, Mrs., 1st concession, part lot 2. 

Finegan, Mrs. Mary, widow, 2nd concession, part lot 1. 

Flake, Charles, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 16. 

Flanery, Patrick, mechanic, 1st concession, part lot 10. 

Fleming, David, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 11. 

Fletcher, Arthur, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 

Foley, Patrick, yeoman, 7ih concession, part lot 30. 

Ford, John, paper mill manufacturer, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 

Ford, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8 and 6. 

Forin, John, carpenter, 1st concession, part lot 7. 

Foster, Daniel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 11. 

Fowler. Harvey, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 8. 

Fox, Willard W., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 23. 

Foxton, William, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 17. 

Fralick, Philip, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 1. 

Franklin, John, mechanic, 2nd concession, part lot 4, 

Eraser, Sylvester, yepman, 6th concession, part lot 1. 

Frederick, Mary, 6th concession, part lot 22. 

French, Ira, cooper, 1st concession, part lot 23. 

Frost, Abraham, leather dealer, 1st concession, part lota 5 and 6. 

Froste, Henry, bookkeeper, with R. Read, 2nd concession, part lot 7. 

Fuller, Jas. D., yeoman, 5th concession, part lots 8 and 9. 

Gabourie, Felix, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 29. 

Garbott, Robert, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 21. 

Gardiner, Gideon, miller, 7th concession, part lot 26. 

Garland, William, yeoman, Grand Trunk station. 

Garrett, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 31. 

Garrison, Caleb, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 23. 

Garrison, Chas. J., yeoman, 6th coDcession,«part lot 25. 

Garrison, Edward, yeoman, 6th concession, part lots 21 and 32, 

Garrison, Geo. W., yeonmn, 4th concession, part lot 23. 

Garrison, Gilbert, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 13. 

Garrison, Henry, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 21 

Garrison, R. B., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 19. 

Garrison, William, H., yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 21. 



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Garrison, William, H., yeoman, 4th concessiori, part lot 23. 

Geddeg, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 31. 

Genereau, Dennis, yeoman, 3td concession, part lot 4. 

George, James L., innkeeper, 6tb concession, part lot 1. 

Gerow, Daniel, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 16. 

Gibson, George, shoemaker, Ist concession, pari lot 9. 

Gibson, Mrs. Jane, &th concession, part lot 1. 

Gibson, Robert, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 25. 

Gibson, William, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 25. 

Gibson, William, shoemaker, 1st concession, part lot 9. 

Gilbert, Caleb, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 

Gilbert, Mathiag, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 

Gilbert, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concession, part ley 6. 

Gilchrist, Charles, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 7. 

Gilchrist, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 2. 

Gilchrist, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 7. 

Gillespie, John, blacksmith, 7th concession, part lot 24. 

Goggins, Mrs. Tvidow, 2nd concession, part lot 7. 

Oordinier, Henry, yeoman, 9th concession, pnrt lot 8, 

Gordinier, William, H.. yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 8. 

Gorman, J. B., mason. Grand Trunk station. 

Gorman, John, laborer. Grand Trunk statioa. 

Gorman, Thomns, Inborer, Grand Trunk station. 

Gould, Andrew, yeoman eUi concession, part lot 22. 

Gould, Edward, mechanic, 6th concession, part lot 22. 

Gould, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, pnrt lot 5. 

Gowsell, Joseph, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 

Graham, Felix, brickmaker, 2nd concession, part lo; 16. 

Graham, Francis, yt^oman, 8th concession, part lot H. 

Graham, Hugh, innkeeper, 3rd concession, part lo', 28. 

Graham, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 24. 

Graham, Michael, brickm tker, 2nd concession, part lot 16. 

Gratrix, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 21. 

Green, James, mechanic, 7th concession, part lot 4. 

Greenleaf, 0. C, gardener, 2nd concession. 

Grier, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 

Grier, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 17. 

Grier, Thomas, mechanic, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 

Griffin, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 5. 

Grills, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 19. 

Grills, Richard, yeoman, 5ih concession, part lot 26. 

Gunsolus, Cornelius, y oman, 3rd concession, part lot 11. 

Hagerman, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 28. 

Hall, Adam, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 28. 

Hall, Andrew, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 27. 

Hall, Benj, A., yeoraan, 1st concession, psrt lot 18. 

Hall, Georgs, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 24. 

Hall, George, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 29. 

Hall, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 18. 

Hall, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 24. 

Hall, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 29. 

Hall, Samuel, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 18 

Ham, Delew, J. P., yeoman, 8th concession part lota 11 and 12. 

Hamhy, Philip, sen., yeoman, 3i-d concession, part lot 8. 

Hamilton, Charles, yeoman, 7th concesnon, part lot 11, 



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Hamilton, Dyer P., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 12. 
Hamilton, George, laborer, Qraud Trunk station. 
Hamilton, Joseph, blacksmith, 7th concession, part lot 26. 
Hamilton, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lots 11 and 12. 
Hamilton, Mrs., 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
Hamilton, Thos,, yeoman, 8th concession, pa:t lot 2. 
Hamley, Philip, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 9. 
Hanniwell, John, blacksmith, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Hnrihan, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 2. 
Hart, Samuel, yeoman, 9th coacession, part lot 8. 
Haslett, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 
Haslett, Joseph, yeoman. 9th concession, part lot 17, 
Hawley, Nelson, shocmnker, 3rd concession, part lot 23. 
Hayne, Emmanuel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 3. 
Hayne, Francis, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot S. 
Height, Oharles, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 16. 
Height, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 30 and 31. 
Height, Joseph, yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 16 and 17. 
Height, Marvel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 30. 
Height, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 16 and 17. 
Henderson, George, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 24. 
Hicks, Joshua, yeoman, 6tb concession, lot 20. 
^icks, Mrs. Lydia, widow, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Hicks, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 
Hines, Ambrose 0., mechanic, 6tb concession, part lot 22. 
Hines, Daniel, Jan., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 22. 
Hiaes, Daniel, sen., yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 22. 
Hines, Sylvester, laborer, 7th concession, part lot 24. 
Hodgins, Nelson, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 
Holgate, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 1. 
Holland, Jephtha, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 23 and 24. 
Homan, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 6. 
Horagon, John, laborer. Grand Trunk Station. 
Horan, Michael, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 16. 
Horton, Aaron, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 
Hoskins, John, yeoman, Foxboro'. 
Houston, David, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 27. 
Houston, David, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 30. 
Howard, David, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 12. 
Howard, T. A., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 7. 
Howson, George, gardener, 2nd concession, part lot 9. 
Hudgons, Nelson A., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 
Hudgons, Nelson, carpenter, 7th concession, part lot 4. 
Hudson, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 31. 
Huff, Andrew E., yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 3. 
Huff, Asa, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 13. 
Huff, Gilbert, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 12. 
Huff, Jacob, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 13. 
Huffman, J. A., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 29. 
Huffman, William, yeoman, 5th concession, lot 26. 
Hunter, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 30. 
Huntley, Georgd, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 16. 
Hantley, Rufus, blacksmith, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
Irwin, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 5. 
Irwin, William, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 5. 



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lamond, James, yeoman, 4th oonoeasion, par», lot 27. 

James, Robert, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 

Jeffers, James, yeoman, lit concession, part lot 9. 

Jessop, Jabez, miller, 2nd concession, part lots 6 and 6. 

Johnson, William, yeoman, 8th ooncflssion, part lot 3. 

Johnston, Wm. H., mechanic, 6th concession, part lot 2. 

Jones, Albert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 

Jones, ApoUos, yeoman,,4th ooncejsion, part lot 28. 

Jones, Benjamin, yeoman, 4th consession, part lot 28. 

Jones, Isabella, 3rd concession, pt.rt lot 31. 

Jones, Lyman, yeoman, 4th concejsion, part lot 12. 

Jone!>, Matthew, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 15. 

Jones, Mrs. Ann, 9th concession, part lot 3. 

Jones, Paul, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 28. 

Jones, Robert, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 28, 

Jones, Stephen, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 

Jones, Thos., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lots 5 and 6. 

Jose, Henry, yeoman, 7th concession, part lots 1 and 2. 

Kauklner, Francis, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 1. 

Keef, David, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 10. 

Kehogb, Michael, yeoman, near Belleville Seminary. 

Keller, Fred., laborer, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 

Kellar, Alice, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 

Kellar, N., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 

Kelly, Robt., inspector G. T. Railway Station. 

Kelly, William, yeoman, PlainBeld. 

Kennedy, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 26. 

Kennedy, Samuel, laborer, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 

Kent, Albert, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 30. 

Kerl, Wm., yeoman, 1st concession, part lots 15 and 16. 

Ketcbepaw, Abram, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 18. 

Ketchepaw, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 26. 

Ketcbepaw, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 18 and 19. 

Ketcheson, John V., yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 14. 

Ketcheson, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 

Knight, Cornelius, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 25. 

Knight, Henry, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 

Kyle, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 29. 

Kyle, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 

Lager, Jas. F., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 

Lailor, Caleb, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 

Lambert, Nathaniel, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 2. 

Lambert, S. W., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1. 

Lang, James, laborer, 3rd concession, part lot 6. 

Langtree, James, shoemaker, Grand Trunk Station. 

Latchford, Joseph, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 31. 

Large, Robert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 

Latta, A., miller, Lalta's mills. 

Latta, George, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 26. 

Latta, Gilbert, miller, Latta's mills. 

Latta, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 22. 

Lawrence, Gilbert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 14. 

Lawrence, Samuel, laborer, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 

Lazier, Nicholas, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 25. 

SLieavins, Hector, J.P., yeoman, Ist concession, part lots 17 and 18. 



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Leaving, John, yeoman, let conceaaion, pnrt lot 17. 
Leslie, Adam, sen., yeoinun, 4tli concession, part lots 20 and 22. 
Leslie, Samuel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 28, 
Levitt, H. B., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 17, 
Levitt, John H., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 17. 
Lezarpfe, Catherine, 6th concession, part lot 1. 
Liddell, Andrew, yeoman, 3rd concexsion, part lot 21. 
Lindsay, James, yeomnn,^ Ist concession, part Ipt 31, 
Linftbam, Henry, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 29, 
Lingham, Nelson, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 7. 
Lingham, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot fi. 
Little, Noah, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4, 
Lloyd, Daniel, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 8. 
Lloyd, Edward, yeoman, 7th concession, |)art lot 8. 
Lloyd, Fralick, yeomau, 7th concession, part lot 8. 
Lloyd, Jacob, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 8. 
Lloyd, Zachariah, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 12. 
Loucks, Albert, yeoman, 6th concession part lot 3. 
Loucks, Samuel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3. 
Loucks, Sanford, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 14, 
Loucks, William, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1. 
Lowry, Francis, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 26. 
Lucas, Daniel, yeonmn, 6th concession, part lot 20. 
Lucas, Samuel, sen., yeoman, &th concession, part lot 20, 
Lynch, Michael, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 21, 
Maggison, George, yeoniim, 7th concessio- art lot 3. 
Malone, Patrick, laborer, 1st concession, ot 11. 

Maloney, Michael, yeoman, 1st cuncvssion, p^, » lot 21. 
Manley, James, mason, 2n'i concession, part lot 1. 
Marr, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 25. 
Martin, Mrs. Ann., widow, 7th concession, part lot 19. 
Martin, Thomas, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 18. 
Mather, James, yeoman, Cth concession, part lot 30, 
Mather, John, yeoman, Gth concession, part lot 31, 
Matthews, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 7. 
Maybee, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 6. 
Maybee, John A., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 20. 
Mayo, Henry, engineer, Grand Trunk station. 
Melee, Patrick, laborer, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
Merritt, Enoch, yeoman, lat concession, part lot 26. 
Merritt, Peter W., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 22. 
Miles, Henry, brewer, Ist concession, part lot 10. 
Miller, Morgan, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 15, 
Miller, Mrs., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 12. 
Mills, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 7. 
Milne, Peter, jun., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 23. 
Milne, Peter, sen., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 26. 
Mitchell, Gordonier, carpenter, 2nd concession, part lot 5. 
Mitchell, Henry, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 1. 
Mitchell, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
Moore, Alexander, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
Moorman, Jas., jun., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 14. 
Moorman, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot II. 
Moorman, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lots 9 and 10, 
Mott, Cynthia, Grand Trunk station. 



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Molt, John, ycotnnn, 7tb conceRsion, part lot 23. 
Mott, John, blacksmith, 6lh conceiaion, part lot 1. 
Mulhcreein, Mr-*. B., widow, 2nd conceMion, part lot 5, 
Mumby, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. • 
Murdiff, John, yeoman, Olh concession, part lots ti and 7. 
Murphy, James, yeoman, 6ih concession, part lot 23. 
Murphy, William, yeoman, &th concession, part lot 25. 
McArthur, Samuel, laborer. Grand Trunk station. 
McAuley, Daniel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 2. 
McAuley, Dennis, yeoman, Cth concession, part lot 2. 
McGallum, William, yeoman, Gtb concession, part lot 22. 
McCarry, William, blackBmith, 8th concession, part lot 1. 
McConnell, John, 1st concession, part lot 21. 
McCormick, Joseph, shop keeper, 7th concession, part lot 24. 
McCowan, John, school teacher, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
McCrendy, Jas., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 26. 
McCready, John, T., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
McCrendy, Thomas, yooman, 8th concession, part lot 25. 
McGurd ', Mrs., 15th concession, part lot 3. 
McCurr>, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 20. 
McDavitt, William, J. P., yeoman, 8th concession, lot 20. 
McDonald, Archibald, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 8. 
McDonald, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 23. 
McDonaM, John, gentleman, Ist concession, part lot 8. 
McDonit' , John, yeoman, 2ad concession, part lot 7. 
McDonald, John 11., mechanic, 2nd concession, part lot 5. 
McDonald, Michael, yeoman, 2nd concesBion, part lot 7. 
McDonnell, Archibald, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 31. 
McDonnell, George, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 21. 
McDonnell, Robert, fisherman, Ist concussion, part lot 23. 
McDonnell, Thomas, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 23. 
McDonough, Mrs., widow, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
McDougall, Joseph, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 24. 
McDougall, Peter, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 24. 
McGonogal, Wm., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 23. 
McGratb, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
McGuire, Hugh, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 2. 
McGunyon, Peter, tanner, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
McKenzie, Daniel, blacksmith, 4th concession, part lot 11. 
McKenzie, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 23. 
McKenzie, Joseph F., yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 23. 
McKim, Edward, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 27. 
McKim, Isaiah, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 
McKim, Thomas, J.P., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 19. 
McMahon, Michael, yeoman, 2ud concession, part lot 1. 
McMaster, John, yeoman, 6th concession, purt lot 15. 
McMickle, Robt., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 16. 
McMillen, Mrs., widow, 7th concession, part lot 25. 
McMullen, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. 
McNeil, John, yeoman, let concession, part lot 7. 
McNellis, Tbos., mechanic, 9th concession, part lot 31. 
McNelly, Lowry, mechanic, 9th concession, part lot 31. 
McNider, Thos., yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 5 and 6. 
McPalmer, Simon, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 26. 
McTaggart, James, J.P., yeoman, 3rd conce.ssion, part lot 1. 



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McTaggart, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 

McTaggart, Samuel W., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 27. 

McVatie, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 22. 

McWilliams, JAcob, distiller, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Newbury, Robert, insurance agent, revenue inspector, Ist concession, 

part lot 10. 
Nicholson, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 3. 
Norton, Robert, yeoman, Plainfield. 
Northcott, John, carpenter, 1st concession, part lot 10. 
Ocamb, John, yeoman, 1st concession, pnrt lot 17. 
Ocamb, Nicholas, carpenter, 2nd concession, part lot 9. 
Ockerman, Philip, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 27. 
Oliver, Andrew, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 16. 
Oliver, Edward, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 
Orman, William, laborer, 1st concession, part lot 8. 
Orr, George, bricklayer, 2nd concession, part lot 15. 
Orr, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot IS. 
Ostrom, Elijah, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lots 27 and 28. 
Ostrom, Samuel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 30. 
Ost jm, Stephen, ytoman, 4th concession, part lot 21. 
Outwaters, Daniel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 19. 
O'Brien, Christopher, yeomon, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
O'Brien, Stephen, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 29. 
O'Garl, Michael, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 
O'Neil, Mary, 2nd concession, part lot 28. 
O'Neill, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 7. 
O'Neill, Luke, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 31. 
O'Neill, Michael, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 29. 
Page, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 7. 
Palisier, George, innkeeper, 5th concession, part lot 1, 
Palisier John, innkeeper, 5th concession, part lot 1. 
Pallison, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1. 
Palmer, Allan, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 31. 
Palmer, John, 1st concession, part lot 17. 
Palmer, P. R., J.P., yeoman, 9th concession, lot 12. 
Palmer, Samuel, innkeeper, Hayden's Oorners. 
Palmer, Washington, mechanic, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 
Palmer, Wellington, blacksmith, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 
Park, Archibald, yeoman, 6th conces':ion, part lot 27. 
Parks, James, tanner. 

Parks, John, laborer, 9th concession, part lot 15. 
Parrott, Roderick, grocer, Ist concession, part lot 7. 
Pelkie, Frederick, laborer, 3rd concession, pi\rt lot 4. 
Penny, John, yeomau, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
Pen well, James, t^allbridge milld, Halloway, 8 th concession, part lot 1. 
Phelps, Alfred, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 26. 
Phillips, Daniel, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot. 20. 
Phtllips, George, blacksmith, 8th concession, part lot 15. 
Phillips, George, J.P., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 20. 
Phillips, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 18. 
Phillips, Marquis B., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 16. 
Phillips, Mrs. G., 8th concession, part lot 20. 
Phillips, Robert, yeoman, gth concession, part lot 16. 
Phillips, Sylvester, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 
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Phillips, William B , yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 

Pitman, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 

Pitman, J. Butler, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 10. 

Pitman, Lyman, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 10. 

Pitman, Rusdell, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 2. 

Pitman, Thomas I., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot* 10. 

Ponton, Archibald, clerk Division Court, BeUerille, 2n(l concession, 

lot 3. 
Ponton, James, J. P., deputy registrar, 2nd concession, part lot 17. 
Post, Charles W., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 23. 
Post, John K., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 30. 
Post, Mary, 1st concession, part lot 23. 
Post, Peter, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 23. 
Prest, Leonard, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 1. 
Prest, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 1. 
Primes, Henry, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 7. 
Rabeau, Peter, yeoman, 5th concession, part lots 18 and 19. 
Radcliff, William, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 11. 
Ragan, Patrick, laborer, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 
Randell, George, engineer, Qrand Trunk Station. 
Reed, Almond, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 7. 
Reed, Austin S , yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 
Reed, Benjamin, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1. 
Reed, Caleb, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 4. 
Reed, David, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 7. 
Reed, Matthia?, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 2. 
Reed, Nicholas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 9. 
Reed, Norris, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 5. 
Reed, .Owen, sawyer, 5th concession, part lot 4. 
Reed, Sylvester, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 2. 
Ridley, George, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 18. 
Robinson, Alexander, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 13. 
Roach, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1. 
Roblin, Philip, blacksmith, Ist concession, part lot 7. 
Ross, Abraham, yeoman, 3rd conression, part lot 15. 
Ross, Allen, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 22. 



Ross, Archibald, yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 3, 4 and 5. 

Ross, Cornelius, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 28. 

Ross, Elias, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 27. 

Ross, George, distiller, Latta's mills, 7th concession, part lot 27. 

Ross, Harrison, yeoman, 4th conc<>ssion, part lot 20. 

Ross, Henry, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 27. 

Ross, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 31. 

Ross, Philip, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 26. 

Ross, Richard, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 31. 

Ross, Samuel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 15. 

Ross, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 

Ross, William B., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 27. 

Ross, William B., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 22. 

Ross, Zenas, yeoman, 4th concession, lot 20. 

Rupert, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 17. 

Ryan, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 21. 

Ryan, Patrick, laborer, 1st concession, par^ lot 7. 

Ryan, William, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 21. 

Sagar, James F., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 19. 



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Sagar, William, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 19. 
Sample, George, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 2G. 
Sargent, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 12. 
Satcbell, Jonathan, 6ih concession, part lot 20. 
Saunders, George, distiller, 4th concession, pari lot 7. 
Scantibury, William, ytoman, 3id conci'S^ion, part lot 6. 
Scantlebury, Francis, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
Schewdfeger, Peter, carpenter, 3rd concession, part lot 9. 
Service, David, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 7. 
Shampagne, Gabriel, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 18. 
Sharp, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot I. 
ShaTir, Matthew, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 22. 
Shaw, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 22. 
Sheffield, James, yeoman, 5th concession, pnrt lot 22. 
Shehan, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 7. 
Sbelliber, Mrs. Jane, widow, Plainfield. 
Shepherd, James, mason, 2nd concession, pnrt lot 3. 
Shepherd, John, sawyer, 7th concession, part lot 26. 
Shepherd, Mrs. N., widow, 7th concession, part lot 26. 
Shlbley, Ira, yeoman, near Belleville Seminary. 
Shore}, Aloin, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 2. 
Shorey, Isaac, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 23. 
Shorey, W. A., yeoman, 8th concession, lot 23. 
Sills, E. L., yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 16 and 17. 
Sills, George S., yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 29. 
Sills, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
Sills, J. A., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 14. 
Sills, John W., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 9. 
Sills, Nelson, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 9. 
Sills, P. D., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 16. 
Sills, Robert, yeoman, 9th concession, part lots 9, 10 and 11. 
Sills, Walter L., yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 16 and 17. 
Sills, William, sen., J.P., yeoman, 7th concession, lot 16. 
Sills, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 8. 
Sills, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
Simmons, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Simmons, Peter, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 15. 
Simmons, Warner, yeoman, 7th concession, part lots, 5 and 6. 
Simpson, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 
Simpson, George, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. 
Simpson, Mrs., widow, 1st concession, part lot 7. 
Simpson, Patrick, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 
Sixsmith, John, carpenter, Grand Trunk Station. 
Sloan, Spence C., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Snell, Edward, butcher, Grand Trunk Station. 
Snider, Austin, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 6. 
Snider, James V., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Snider, Richard, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 5. 
Southwood, Joseph, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
Spencer, Alva B., laborer, 8th concession, part lot 19. 
Spencer, Charles, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 2. 
Spencer, Rufus, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 2. 
Spencer, Samuel, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Spencer, Thomas, shoemaker, 5th concession, part lot 2. 
Spencer, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 



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Sprague, Stephen, teacher, 5rh concession, part lot 8. 

Sprole, Williiim, shoemaker, 1st concession, part lot 10. 

Spry, Jonathan, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 3. 

Spry, Richard, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 7. 

Stapely, Edward, limebumer, 2nd concession part lot 8. 

Starling, G. J., contractor. Grand Trunk Station. 

Stinson, William, manufacturer, 2nd concession, part lota 6 and 6. 

Stircb, Henry, laborer, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 

Street, John, jun , yeoman, 4th concession, part lots 2 and 3. 

Sulliran, Michael, laborer, 2nd concecision, part lot 'L 

•Sutton, James, yeoman, 2ud concession, part lot. 30. 

Snerzean, John, gHrdener, 2ud concession, part lots. 

Tftylor, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 14. 

Thompson, George, teamster, 2ud concession, part lot 6. 

Thompson, Henry, baker, 2n(i concession, part lot 6. 

Thompson, James, yeomiin, 5th concession, part lot 3. 

Thompson, James, yeoman, 5th concession part lot 27. 

Thompson, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 9. 

Thompson, Robert, 6th concession, part lot 4. 

Thompson, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 

Thompson, William, cooper, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 

Thompson, William, yeoman, part lot 22. 

Thompson, William G., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 9. 

Thrasher, Albert, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 17. 

Thrasher, Cornelius, yeoman, 6ih concession, part lot 17. 

Thrasher, Daniel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 

Thrasher, Gilbert J. P., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 

Thrasher, Joseph, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 1. 

Thrasher, Joseph, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 2. 

Thrasher, Joseph, yeoman, 5th concession part lot 16. 

Thrasher, Sj'lvester, 5th concession part lot 11. 

Thrasher, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 

Titterson, John, laborer, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 

Todd, Thomas, yeomin, 8th concession, part lot 2. 

Todd, Walter, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 7. 

Tower, William, carpenter, 7lh concession, part lot 25. 

Townsend, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. 

Townsend, Matthew, 8th concession, part lot 4. 

Townsend, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. 

Treadway, Emmanuel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 30. 

Treadway, Francis, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 25, 

Tripp, Daniel, yeoman, 6ih concession, part lot 22. 

Tripp, G. v., blacksmith, 6th concession, part lot 32. 

Tripp, John, jeoman, 6th concession part lot 22. 

Tromby, Edward, yeoman, 7lh concession, part lot 24. 

Tuliocb, John, Siin., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 

Yair, William, merchant, Rualin. 

Yanallen, Lucas, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1. 

Vanallen, Peter, yeoman, 9th ccncession, part lot 14. 

Vanalstin;, Duncan, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 31. 

Yanalstino, T. ii., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 1. 

Vancott, Benjamin, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 28. 

Vancott, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 13. 

Vancott, Mrs. Abba, widow 3rd concession, part lot 13. 

Tancott, Peter, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 28. 



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Yaocott, Peter^ yeoinan, Ist concession, part lot 25. 

Vandewaters, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 12. 

Vandewaters, Joseph, yeoman, 4th concession part lot 10. 

Vandewaters, Nelson, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 

Vandewaters, Philip C, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 22. 

Vanmear, H., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 9. 

Vanmear, Preston, yeoman, 6th concession, prrt lot 1. 

Vanmear, Preston, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 2. 

Vanvaltenberg, Peter, carpenter, 8th concession part lot 20. 

Vermillyea, A. W., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Vermillyea, Henry, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1. 

Vermillyea, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1 . 

Vermillyea, Nathaniel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Vermillyea, Rbuben, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Vermillyea, Solomon, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Vermillyea, William, mechanic, 3rd concession, part lot 1. 

Vincent, James, 6th concession, part lot 3, 

Vincent, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 2. 

Vivian, Henry, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 26. 

Vivian, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 27. 

Vivian, Joseph, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 27. 

Vivian, Stephen, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 27. 

Volick, Mrs., widow, 6th concession, part lot 22. 

Vroman, Peter, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 11. 

Waldron, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lots 8 and 9. 

Walker, Robert, yeoman, (?) 

Ward, John, laborer, 2nd concession, part 1 and 2. 

Ware, Thomas, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 2?. 

Watson, James, tailor. Grand Trunk Station. 

Watson, Richard, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 11. 

Weeae, Benjamin, mechanic, 2ud concession, part lot 6. 

Weese, Owen R., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 20. 

Wells, William G., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 13. 

Wensley, Arthur, painter, 1st concession, part lot 9. 

Whempley, John, engineer, 1st concession, part lot 7. 

Whinn, Patrick, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 

White, Matilda, widow, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 

White, Patrick, laborer. Grand Trunk station. 

White, Samuel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 6. 

Whiteman, Daniel, sawyer 3rd concession, part lot 4. 

Wickett, Daniel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lots 4 and 5. 

Wickett, Richard, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 5. 

Wickett, William, jeoman, 5th concession, part lot 1. 

Widden, Joseph, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9. 

Wilcox, Asa, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 26. 

Wilcox, David, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 26. 

Wilson, Alexander, 'nnkeeper, ?th concession, part lot 25. 

Wilson, James, merchant, 1st concession part lot 7. 

Wilson, Mrs., S. widow, 8th concession, part lot 13. 

Willson, George, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 10. 

Willson, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 

Willson, John B., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 

Williams, Rev. H., Episcopal Methodist, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 

Wood, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 30. 

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W00I7, Warren, blaoksmitb, let eoncessoD, part lot 19. 
Yager, Henry, yeoman, 2nd concession part lot 22. 
Yager, Peter W., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 29. 
Yager, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 29. 
Youker, Samuel, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 10. 
Youker, William, sen., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 10. 
Young, Cbas. H., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 29. 
Young, E. J., widow, 8tb concession part lots 6 and 7. 
Young, Jacob, yeoman, 9tb concession part lot 21. 
Young, Martin, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 21. 
Young, RufuB H., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 24. 
Young, Stephen, carpenter, 1st concession, part lot 30. 
Yourke, Elijah, 4th concession, part lot 16. 



And Manufacturer of 
Harrows, Cultivators and other Farming Implements, 

CARRIAGES and LUMBER WAGGONS always in Stcck 

and made to order. 

All kinds of blacksmith work done at short notice. 

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Trenton, a village incorporated in 1853, is also a port of entry 
and is situated at the confluence of the river Trent with the Bay of 
Quintd, at the head of that picturesque area of Lake Ontario. — 
The fertile peninsula of the County of Prince Edward forms the 
opposite shore of the Bay to the mainland, and is united to it by 
the Isthmus or portnge .of the Carrying Place. The latter place 
being distant from Trenton a little over four miles. 

This village contains a population of 2000 ( including its imme- 
diate outlets ) and before its incorporation was in the Township of 
Murray and County of Northumberland for the greater part of its 
extent, but since that period it has formed a portion of the 
County of Hastings. Its position at the head of the Bay of Quintd 
and the mouth of the river Trent is beautiful and presents many 
positions on the high lands and ridges which almost surround it, 
and the charming views of the bay, and the windings of the river 
Trent contribute to furnish views such as the painter would 
delight to delineate with all his artistic skill. The rapids of the 
river, which extend from a mile above Tronton to eight miles 
into the interior beyond the village of Frankford, afford many a 
striking and picturesque view as .the waters rush wildly on be- 
tween wooded islets andthe deep banks of the stream. A local poet, 
long ago removed by the hand of death has beautifully described 
these peculiarities of the Trent in language congenial to such an 
appropriate theme. 

The vicinity of Trenton presents to the naturalist and geologist 
much of especial interest, and more particularly to the latter, for 
here are the upper shaly beds of the Trenton limestone, of the 
New-York and Canadian classification of the Lower Silurian series 
of rocks, and abounding in fossils. Here in particular spots are 
crinoids, corals, trilobites, brachiopods, gasteropods and cephalopods 
in abundance : and three miles up the river and on the banks of a 
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evidence of glacial action in the shape of an immense boulder 
22 feet high at its highest point and whose longitudinal circumfer- 
ence is about 114 feet, lateral do 77 feet, whole length 42 feet, and 
breadth 24 feet. This boulder compares favorably with many 
published accounts of such in other parts of the world in bulk and 
is not destitute on its storm-beaten sides of botanic interest ; for 
Professor Lawson then of Kingston and now of Dalhousie College, 
Nova Scotia, on the 6th of June 1862, collected seventeen different 
species of plants (chiefly cryptogamic) found growing upon it. 

EARLY HISTORY. 

James Smith, Esq., was County Judge in Schoharie County 
New- York previous to the American revolutionary crisis. As 
an United Empire Loyalist he drew the land on the East side 
of the river Trent in the Township of Murray and came and 
settled there in 1790. He built his dwelling at the foot of 
Bunker's Hill : traces of which remained until within the last few 
years. 

After his death the property came into possession of his son 
John. About 1800 Lot two and all the land west of it on the east 
bank of the river was disposed of by the latter to Henry Bipsom 
who came from Sehoharie County, New-York (as it is believed). 
He erected the Grist Mill two miles up the river on the east bank 
and the mill race and other traces of it still exist. He erected also 
the stone house now the residence of A. H. Meyers, Esq., formerly 
M. P.P. for Northumberland County, and it is stated to have been 
the first stone dwelling house in that County. 

About the year 1807 there came to this vicinity from Germany 
Adam H. Meyers who settled here, the father of the first named ; ho 
laid the foundation of the mercantile business of Trenton in con- 
junction with his avocations as a lumberman on the river and 
was very successful. The Bipsom property had by this time passed 
into the hands of an American of the name of Bardon or Barder. 
Mr. Meyers eventually purchased it from the latter aH in the 
hands of his children it has remained to the pr?!sent time. 

After him came the late Sheldon Hawley, Esq., in 1817, and 
'entering into the mercantile and lumbering business was thus early 

associated with the progress of the vills^e, as at this period the 

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chief bnsineBs was on the east side of the riTer. Near the same time 
came the late David Johns, Esq., of Marmora. He purchased the 
remaining portion of the Judge Smith property consisting of lot 
No. 1 of the frame hotel erected on it by John Smith on the east 
bank of the river from the late John Rowe, Esq., of Sidney, and 
succeeded him as the keeper of the latter as he, Mr. Rowe had 
been previously the purchaser from and successor of Smith whilst 
at the same time he lumbered on the river. He afterwards sold 
his property in Trenton to Sheldon Hawley and his brother Joeiab. 
And this brings it down to a very recent period. 

To the west side of the river in 1790 came John Bleecker (a son* 
in-law of the famous Captain Meyers of the revoiutionary war 
celebrity) as an United Empire Loyalist and took up the Lot on 
that ?ide of the stream which had been granted to him by the 
authorities. He was originally from Crown Point on Lake Cham- 
plain, and following the fortunes of those with whom he was 
associated by marriage he built his first log house near Bleeoker's 
Grove (hence its name) and afterwards a frame one on the top of the 
Hill on the York Road. He died in 1807, and his widow removed 
the frame to the place where the second house erected in Trenton 
stood. This was the site of the present garden of S. Cooley, Esq. 
Here an hotel was kept by the widow and afterwards by his son 
John R. Bleecker for many years, and who is still living and in 
his eightieth year. The Bleecker property passed from the hands 
of the latter to the late Captain John Y. Murphy, an early settle 
in Trenton after the late Colonel S. Hawley, and about the year 
1820. 

From Captain Mnrphy this property was disposed of in part 
to the late Hon. R. C. Wilkins of the Carrying Place, Adam H. 
Meyers, Wm. Robertson and Dennis McAulay, Esquires, and others, 
and these three latter in the respective order of their names were 
the first merchants in West Trenton and largely contributed to its 
present commercial prosperity. With these were associated in 
business merwards the late Jacob Ford, Esq. at this early period. 
He came from New York State and was first most usefully em- 
ployed as a school teacher on the front of the Township of Sidney, 
and was we understand the earliest school master in these parts, and * 
removing subsequently to Trenton shared with the above in losn- 
bering, mercantile and other avocations. 



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The broken front of the Qore of Sidney in the County of Has- 
tings and within the eastern limits of the corporation of Trenton 
was purohased in 1803 by the late Hon. and Rev. Dr. Strachan, 
first Bishop of Toronto, from the Government. He laid out there a 
Town Plot and named it Annwood after the maiden name of Mrs. 
Strachan, but this designation is now merged in that of Trenton. 
He gave the site of St. George's Church and other lots by way of 
endowment r,..d £100, in addition to one from Colonel S. Hawley, 
towards Ii» erection. The lot west of the Bleeoker property and 
forming the western limits of the village was a Clergy Reserve 
Lot, and the portion on the south side of Dundas Street being in 
the possession of the Bleeoker family, the right was purchased from 
John R. Bleeoker by the late R. C. Wilkins and Joseph Shuter, 
Esqs. and eventually the free-hold from the (Government. On the 
north side of the road grants were made to the Roman Catholics 
and the Church of England of five acres each. Town lots were 
disposed of t<o private individuals at di£ferent times ; some lots 
eventually to the Wesleyan Methodists and Presbyterians on the 
Hill, whilst the northern portion became a portion of the Meyers 
estate. 

The name of the Village previous to Incorporation was succes- 
sively River Trent and Port Trent and since then it has been 
named Trenton. 

LUMBER TRADE. 



A large business has been done here for near seventy years back 
in the rafting of square timber for the Quebeo and other markets, 
great quantities being brought down the River Trent for this pur- 
pose firom the immense range of country intersected by it and its 
tributaries and is chiefly white pine with oak and elm. The whole 
of this is re-rafted here and formed into bands or drams suitable 
for progress down the rapids of the St. Lawrence to Quebec. The 
period the lumber men are detained is from a fortnight to four 
weeks and gives a lively business to the merchant* in Trenton. 

Another and increasing feature of this business is that of Saw 
Logs. At the present sea,son about 357,500 is the estimate of th 
logs that will be brought down the river, of which 332,500 will 
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Moira River will be towed here for the same purpose. This gives 
employment during the season of navigation to a large number of 
barges and schooners in the convey4nce of the same lumber to 
Oswego and other American ports ; and from which is brought 
back salt, plaster, water lime, &o. 

MILLS AND MACHINERY. 

Three miles up the River is an excellent grist mill erected hj 
the late Cyrus Weaver, Esq. and now owned by Geo. H.'^Qordon, 
Esq. ffhich has three run of stones and its capacity is about from 
four to five hundred barrels per week. Olose by is the Paper mill 
of Mr. Peter Ford propelled, also by water power and containing 
machinery capable of manufacturing three tons of paper per week 
and giving employment to eight persons. There are also a Stave 
and barrel Factory worked by Messrs Packenham & Calkins and 
a Carding and Fulling mill by Mr. George Clarke. Above and 
below these establishments together on the west bank of the stream 
of the Trent, are mill sites in abundance and water power on both 
banks powerful enough to drive machinery, cotton, woolen and 
flax Mills, &c., which if they were only in the hands of capitalists 
would, from the copious supply of water, a£ford ample manufac- 
turing power for these purposes and such as would give the banks 
of the Canadian River Trent something of the aspect of the cele- 
brated Lowell in the State of Massachusetts, the Manchester of 
the United States. Above Mr. Gordon's mill a long talked of 
and much needed bridge has been projected and it remains for the 
enterprize of the future and the authorities of the County to 
carry it out. Passing near these mills an excellent gravel road 
runs from Trenton to Frankford eight miles and thence to Stirling 
and Marinora. Two miles lower down upon a tributary stream 
of the Trent are two grist mills belonging to the estate of the late 
E. W. Meyers, Esq. The lower one is in the occupation of Mr. 
R. Cochrane and with this mill is associated a carding mill 
occupied by the above named. In the Village is a large stone 
Tannery worked by steam power and owned by W. H.Austin, Esq. 
also a Factory belonging to Wm. Shea, Esq. for the wholesale 
manufacture of tin and copper ware ; nd the fitting up of Cheese 
Factories with other necessary apparatus. There is ako an estab- 



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lishment for the maoufaoture of pumps, &o., belonging to Mr. D. 
L. Powell. 

On the east side of the river and just below the bridge and 
Gilmour's wharf is a new mill erected for grinding plaster and 
belonging to Messrs Purdy Brothers. It is 60 by 25 feet in the 
main body with steam engine of 25 horse power and is capable of 
producing 25,000 barrels per annum ; associated with it is a new 
wharf of 200 feet by 50 feet. Close by it is the large Stone 
Foundry and machine shop erected by the late Sheldon Hawley, 
Esq. and now leased and worked by Mr. Shea for machinery pur- 
poses, Stoves, Agricultural Implements, and Jobbing work. Much 
lower down and on the shore of the Bay of Quinte is the brewery, 
and stove and barrel factory of J. F. Flindall Esq. worked by 
steam power. 

There are two large steam saw mills in this vicinity. One owned 
by Messrs. Gilmour & Co. of Quebec, on the bay shore below St. 
George's Church, and the other on an island below, now named 
Mill Island and owned by Messrs. A. S. Page & Co., but formerly 
belonging to Sandford Baker, Esq. The mill of Messrs. Gilmour 
did saw annually from ten to fourteen million feet of boards and 
the daily capacity was from 100,000 to 110,000 feet during the 
day of twenty four hours. But ns this establishment has been 
recently renovated and improved, this estimate of its capability 
must be greatly increased. In this mill are five gangs of saws 
besides double and single edging, splitting and cutting saws, lath 
machine, planing machine &c., gaving employment to 100 men. 

The mill of A. S. Page, & Co., has been greatly improved of 
late, so that instead of employing sixty men it now employs in all 
one hundred and sixty hands, and will cut twenty million feet of 
boards each season, in place of its former 10,000,000 feet of 
boards, merchantable in the American market. It now contains a 
steam engine of 100 horse power, two slabbers, two stock gangs, 
one Yankee gang, butting table, double edgers and lath mill, which 
employs twelve boys. There arc in all 102 upright saws, and 10 
^nrcular saws. The shipping or wharfage capability of this mill 
consists of two docks, one 428 feet long and capable of one million 
feet of lumber, and the other 1000 feet long, and will contain four 
million feet. The sawn lumber is conveyed by cars to the dock. 



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The dimonrioDB of this mill !■ 120 feet, 80 feet ^ide, and 46 feet 
in height. 

GRAIN TRADE AND EXPORTS. 

Trenton, as a grain market is steadily enlarging and attracting 
fanners from a larger section of country, to dispose of their produce 
here. The shipments of grain and flour from this port for the fall 
of 1866, were about 200,000 bushels of coarse grain, in perhaps 
about equal quantities of peas, rye, and barley, and about 25,000 
barrels of flour. But little wheat is shipped, there being so many 
mills in this section of the country, the greater part being floured 
before shipping. 

The shipments of grain in 1867, owing to the short crop in the 
country, generally fell considerably behind 1 866, making probably 
a difiierence of half the amount. The shipments of 1868, will 
reach probably 160,000 bushels of coarse grain, chiefly rye and 
barley, beside some small shipments of wheat, and probably about 
20,000 barrels of flour. 

The pea crop which is usually an important one in this section, 
being almost an entire failure, the shipments this year are conse- 
quently much less than expected. 

There is a considerable amount of butter shipped fVom this point, 
and there is no way of arriving at the exact amount. In pork, 
but little is bought for shipment, but the Messrs. Gilmonr always 
buy largely of what is fed in the immediate neighbourhood and 
also a great amount from the adjoining Counties, but this is con- 
sumed in their extensive lun^ber operations and of course does not 
appears in shipments from. this port. 

Of hops from 40 to 50 tons have been shipped this season ; of 
cheese just beginning to attract attention, several parties having 
lately gone unto the business, and others in prospect, some 25 to 
30 tons have been shipped this year, (1868.) 

Of paper from a large mill on the Trent at Frankford, belong- 
ing to the Messrs. Sills, and that of Mr. Peter Ford, before men- 
tioned ; there have been from 200 to 300 tons shipped and the 
quantitity is increasing. 

The exports from the Port of Trenton, from April 1st to Octo- 
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MoAnUy, Eaq., ooUeotor of ouitoms, is m below. This return ap* 
plies only to the United States, (czolusive of grain &o.,) and docs 
not inolade what is sent to Montreal, Quebec and elsewhere. 

Sftwed Lumber, 23,437,000 feet $272,027.00 

Floatt, 33,000 '« 1,320.00 

Red Pine, 400 pieces 800.00 

White Pine, 3,000 " 4,600.00 

White Pine, 20,000 feet 1,000.00 

Lath, 1,760,000 '< 2,862.00 

Gordwood, 120 cords 240.00 

BtaTeBolts, 405 « .- 1,165.00 

Stave Bolts, 164,000 feet 1,968.00 

Cedar, 16 criba 739.00 

Total Yalae $287,21 1.00 

The number of schooners, barges, &c., that have cleared at this 
port, during the above six months has been 176, exclusive of tho 
trips of that Steam Boats of the Trenton and Montreal line, (the 
St. Helen and the Ottawa,) which carry away a large amount of 
produce to Montreal, as freight from this Port. 

SHIP-BUILDING. 

The facilities for ship-building at Trenton, are great and cannot 
easily be surpassed in the Province of Ontario. Materials can be 
so readily procured there, and ships could be built for Ocean navi- 
gation at the head of the Bay of Quints, from which, by the St. 
Lawrence they would have easy access to the Atlantic. A large 
schooner was built here in the summer, of 1864, by the Messrs. 
Gilmour, & Co., in conjunction with Captain Denck. Length of 
keel 115 feet; breadth of beam, 26 feet; depth of hold, 9 feet 6 
inches; tonnage 285 tons. 

MERCANTILE ESTABLISHMENTS, &0. 

There are in Trenton ten dry goods stores, one hardware store, 
three tin smiths, one crockery and glass store, three harness shops, 
two drug stores, stationers, provision stores, two boot and shoe 
stores, grocers, hotels, &c., &o., sufficient for the community in and 
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manufactured goods are brought up from Montreal, during the 
year by water and by rail. The imports/rom the United States, 
from the Castern House returns for the year ending September 
30th, 1868, amounted as follows : — 

Gooda paying duty. . ; $20,869 00 

Goods free do 6,887.00 

Total $27,766.00 

The value of the goods from Montreal and elsewhere of different 
kinds, brought here and disposed of annually according to recent 
date will amount to about $130,000. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, &C. ' - r' 

There is a Town Hall of stone, 60 x 40 feet, of some architec- 
tural pretensions, having in addition to the Hall a Council 
Chamber, and. ante-room in the second story. The lower story is 
occupied with butchers' stalls, clerks' office, and lock-up, &c. 
Around it is an open space with hay scales, fire engine house, and 
ground for outside market. 

Close by it is the recently erected Drill Shed the dimensions of 
which are 50 x 80 feet; 

The places of worship are four in number as follows : — 

St. George's Church, Trenton, of stone, with a square tower* 
and a nave of over sixty feet in length, a chancel twenty feet in 
length and in the advanced early English style of ecclesiastical 
architecture. Hours of Service 10.30 a.m., to 7 p.m. At the latter 
the seats are free. 

Rector. — Kev. W. Bleasdell, M.A., Examining Chaplain to 
the Lord Bishop of Ontario. Church Wardens. — John F. Flin- 
dall and Wm. Shea, Esquires. 

Weslei/an Methodist Church. — Frame with a good spire. Rev. 
T. Cobb, Minister. ... ^ 

Canada Presbyterian Church. — (Free) a neat building of 
frame — (vacant.) 

Roman Catholic Church. — (Frame) Rev. H. Brettargh. 



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St. George's Church has an excellent brick Rectory, on the west 
side of river. The Wesleyan Methodists have also an excellent 
frame building for their Minister, and the Roman Catholics have 
a tasteful stone one, close by the Church- 

Of Sunday Schools, St. George's Church has two, one at the 
Church, and the other on the west and opposite side of the river 
and these are held at 2.30 p.m., every Sabbath. 

The Wesleyan Methodists have one at the same time on the 
west side of the river. 

The incorporated Village of Trenton covers ground sufl&ciently 
large for a Town or even a City, if all the lots within were 
occupied by buildings and its surveyed streets filled up. This 
is being done progressively and recently some excellent brick 
buildings for shops and private residences have been erected, 
which add mucli to its appearanco. The future will doubtless add 
more of these, now that the public spirit is becoming more active 
in this matter. Fires in past years have destroyed some excellent 
buildings, and they have not in all cases been replaced. The large 
three storied stone block belonging to A. H. Meyers, Esq., has not 
been replaced by another since its destruction by fire and its ruins 
in the most prominent position in the village is a great draw back 
to its appearance. The new brick residences of J. W. Thompson, 
Esq., and Charles Francis, Esq., on opposite sides of the river are 
real ornaments to the village, whilst the three storied brick store 
of Messrs. Thompson and Gordon, erected by Mr. Wert, and those 
of Messrs. Purdy and "^arker, are contributing to give an appear- 
ance to the village of solidity which it lacked before their erection. 

Trenton is distant from Toronto 101 miles, Kingston 66 miles, 
Belleville 12 miles, Frankford, 8 miles, and Brighton, 10 miles. 
The Railway Station is about a mile and a quarter from the centre 
of the village. 

Grand Trunk Railway Station, master, Mr. John McColl ; bag- 
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Grammar School. — Head master, A. W. Wright, B.A., of Uni- 
versity College Toronto, situated in Crown Street, in Trenton 
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No. 1. Common School in Crown Street also, Thomas S. Gillon, 
master. 

No. 2. Common School, Francis street in Trenton west, James 
B. Young, master. 

Boman Catholic separate school in King Street west Trenton, 
master, J. McGuire. 

VILLAGE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. 

James Cumming, Esq., Reeve; Wm. H. Austin, George !!► 
Gordon, John Denck, Denis McAulay, councillors. 

Jeremiah Simmons, clerk; David Roblin, treasurer; Patrick 
Walsh, high constable ; Alexander Mo Aulay, collector of customs. 

9th Division Court. — Clerk ; Jeremiah Simmons, P.O. Trenton ; 
Bailiff, Lewis Cruiokshank. 

ASSOCIATIONS AND SOCIETIES, &0. 

St Andrevo'i Society Officers. — James Cumming, Esq., president; 
Peter McPherson, 1st vice-president; Adam Young, 2nd vice- 
president ; James B. Christie, treasurer ; Thomas S. Gillon, sec- 
retary ; L. Cruickshank, marshall ; B. Young, standard bearer ; 
H. W. Day, M.D., physician. 

ST. Mark's chapter of rotal arch masons no. 26 c. b. — 

TRENTON. 

No. of Members 27. 

Officers.— Y. E. Comp., P. Begg, Z. ; V. E. Comp., H. W. 
Day, H.; V. E. Comp., John Denck, J. ; B. E. Comp., H. W. 
Delany, P. Z.; V. E. Comp., H. W. Day, P. Z.; V. E. Comp., 
Rev. W. Bleasdell, M.A., P. Z. ; E. Comp., P. J. Flindall, P. G. ; 
E. Comp., David Roblin, Scribe E. ; E. Comp. ; E. Boblin, Scribe 
N. ; E. Comp., L. L. Abbott, P. ; E. Comp., W. T. Barker, S. S. ; 
E. Comp., G. A. Smith, J. S.; E. Comp., Oronhyatekha, M.D.,. 
Organist. 

TRENT LODGE OF FREE MASONS NO. 38 C. R. 

' Officers.— K. W., H. W. Day, D.D.G.M.P.E.D., W. M. ; W. B., 
H. W. Delany, P. M. ; Br. John Donch, S. W. ; Br. P. J. Flin- 



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dall, J. W. ; Br. J. B. Ohristie, F. ; Br. D. Roblin, T. ; Br. Rev. 
Wm. Bleasdell, M.A., C; Br. N. T. Barker, S. D.; Br. Win. 
Jefb, J. D. ; Br. S. S. Bonier, Br. ThoB. Jeffs, Stewards; Br. C. 
Francis, D. 0. ; Br. L. S. Abbott, J. G. ; Br. Joseph Bryant, 
Tyler. 

OBANQS LODOE NO. IQO. 

Meets every 2nd Monday in the month. No. of members 26. 
Robert Longhead, Master ; J. W. Hyde, D.M. ; Wm. H. Alley,, 
S. ; George R. Reeves, T. 

fiitlTISH ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS ORGANIZED, ATJOUST SXH,^ 

1866. 

No. of Members, 92. 

T. A. Garratt, W.C. ; E. Lott, W.V. ; G. R. Irish, W.S. ; John 
Brook, W.T.; D. Mitchell, W.F.; M. McCoU, W.R.H.S.; H. 
Smith, W.L.H.S. ; Dr. A. B. Rose, W.C. ; George Young, W.M.; 
S. Morrison, W.D.M. ; H. BuUes, W.J.G. ; M. Grahnm, W.O.G. J 
G.Hubble, P.W.C. 

MILITARY. 

Trenton Garrison Battery of Artillery. — Captain H. W. Day, 
M.D. ; 1st Lieutenant, S. S. Bonier; 2nd Lieutenant, Charles 
Francis. Pay master of 49th Battalion, G. H. Gordon, Esq., Tren- 
ton. 

Montreal Telegraph Office. — Agent, James B. Christie ; opera- 
tor, Robert Marsh. 

Trenton Post Office. — Post master, James Gumming ; Deputy 
post master, James B. Christie ; clerk, Robert Marsh. 

Exp'ess Ojfflce, — John S. McCoU, agent ; Trenton Station. 

Issuers of Marriage Licences. — Alex. McAulay, Esq., David 
Roblin, Esq. 

Trenton Branch Bible Society. — Depositary, W. T. Barker, 
Chemist and Bookseller, apothecaries' hall, Water Street. 

Trenton Courier. — Published every Thursday. Established in 
1866. Geoige Young, editor and proprietor, Office, Old Post 
Office Building, Ridgway Street. 






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Steamboats. — The Steamers St. Helen and Ottawa, owned by 
the Trenton and Bay of Quints, and Montreal Steamboat Company, 
ply between Trenton and Montreal during navigation. 

REEVES OP TRENTON. 

1853, Alexander McAulay, Beeve; 1854, E. W. Meyers, 
Reeve; 1855, S. Hawley, Reeve, part of the year, and A. C. 
Thompson, the remainder. 1856, D. R. Murphy, Reeve ; 1857, 
E. W. Meyers, Reeve ; 1858, G. H. Gordon, Reeve; 1859, J. S. 
Peterson, Reeve; 1860, J. Gumming, Reeve; 1861, Robert Fran- 
cis, part of the year, and D. R. Murphy, the remainder. 1862, 
63, 64, 65 and 66, Wm. Shea, Reeve; 1867, 1868 and 1869, 
James Gumming, Reeve. 

Allen, David, baker, W. Fiftj-foot. ; 

Alley, William H., watchmaker, Ferry street. 

Alore, Baptiste, laborer, south John street. 

Arnott, Stephen. 

Asseltine, Miss & Co., milliners, east Front street. 

Auger, George, laborer, Water street. r" 

Auger, John, laborer, Water street. 

AUSTIN & HILTON, merchants, south Ferry street.— 5ee Jdv. p. 405, 

AUSTIN, W. H., J.P., general merchant, Ferry street.— -See jldv. p. 405. 

Baird, John, painter. 

Baker, Guy, carpenter, Victoria street. 

Baker, Joseph, farmer, King street. - ' 

Baker, Julis G., carpenter, E. Rear street. 

BARKER, WM. T., druggist. Front street.—- See Mv. p. 405. 

Bariy, Edward, laborer, Spring street. 

Barry, Thomas, laborer, George street. 

Barton, Thomas, tinsmith, Henry street. ' ;' 'i 

Beach, Mills, laborer, Bay street. . 

Bellamy, John H., artist. Shooter street. '*if.-f*.»> 

Belch, John, carpenter, John street. 

Bernash, Hercule, laborer. 

Biggar, Jas. L., west Division street. 

Biggelow, William, south Ferry street. 

Blair, John B., carpenter. Fifty-foot street. 

Bleasdell, Rev. William, M.A., Rector, St. George's Ohurch, Qaeen street. 

Bleecker, William, Forty-foot street. 

Blew, William N., laborer, Bay street. 

Blunt, Isaiah, laborer, Bay street. 

Bonerman, J. 6., wagonmaker, Ferry street. , , " 

Bonter, Shuter S , merchant. Division street. .' ',' 

Boyle, John, laborer. Bay street. 

Brettargh, Rev. Henry, Roman Catholic, Dundas street. 

Brock, J. H., grocer, Front street. , . 

Brown & Brock, artists. Front street. ' "' 



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AUSTIN & HILTON, 

UIPOBTIBS AND DRAURS IN 






EARDWARE, CROCKERY, 

BOOTS & SHOES, &c., 

TIEMTOM, 

The highest cash price paid for Wheat and all kinds of Grain. 



1%/IL 3ES 13 I O -caL. j^ .a .c^ JUU.J . 

W. T. BARKER, 

IDIE1U(B©IISTP ^HHD A IP (DT SI IE (DA IE IT, 

DEALEB IN 

Fancy Goods and Stationery^; 

"WATER. STREET, 

^ H. W. DELANEY, 

Notary Public, Conveyancer, 

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- - - WATER STREET. 



MEYER'S BUILDING, 

TRENTON, ONT. 

DICKENS ^ NELSON, 

AND GENERAL DEALERS IN 

(rroceries and Frovisions, Vliol3S<!le anil Retail, 

Corner of Elgin and Water Streets, 



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Brjant, David, grocer, King street. 

Brjrapt, Joseph, shoemaker, Front street. 

Bull, Henry, merchant, Dundas street. 

Bullis, Alfred, laborer, Henry street. 

Burt, Thomas, laborer, Qneen street. 

Caliagbar, Thomas, laborer. 

Carlton, John, laborer, Oilmour Sc Oo. 

Carpenter, Dexter, hotelkeeper. Ferry street. 

Cbisholm, James, grocer, Front street. 

Ghoinard, Francis, jun., laborer, Division street. 

Choinard, Francis, laborer. Spring street. 

Oboinard, T., laborer, Ford street. 

Choinard, William, laborer. Spring street. 

Christie, J. B., operator, Dundas street, 

Clancy, Bernard, laborer. Forty-foot street. 

Clark, William, gentleman, Heber street. 

Clark, William, laborer, Wellington street. 

Glute, Robert, Inmberman, Bay street. 

Cobb, Rev. Thomas, Wesleyon Methodist, Dundas street. 

Coleman, Thomas, butcher, Wellington street. 

Coleman, Thomas, laborer, Wellington Btreet. 

Cooley, Samuel, jun.. Ferry street. 

Cooley, Samuel, merchant, Ft.ry street. 

Conlan, Bernard, brewer, King street. 

Conway, Patrick, laborer. Rear street. 



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Coibett, Thos. A., laborer, Dundas street. 

Cormea, John, blacksmith. Division street. 

Court, William, laborer, Bay street. 

Coyne, Mrs. J., widow, Dundas street. 

Crandell, P. 0.. barnessmaker. Front street. 

Crepintush, Frederick, laborer, with Gilmour St Co. 

Creeper, Silas, shoemaker. Front street. 

Crowe, J. B., gentleman. Queen street. 

Cruiksbanks, Lewis, Front street. 

Oummings, James, J. P., lumber merchant. Queen street. 

Diifoe, Emmanuel, grocer. King street. 

Dafoe, William, cooper, King street. 

Darling, Manly S., sailor, Gilmore street. 

Davena, James, baker, King street. '"" "- 

Davis, Lyman, laborer, John street. 

Davis, William, gentleman. 

Day, H. W., M.D., coroner, for Qastings, Northumberland and Durham, 

Ford street. 
Dean, Michael, laborer, King street. 
Deans, George, druggist, Front street. 
Declair, Michael, labore.. King street. '^3 

DELANEY, H, W., notary public, conveyancer, Ac, Meyer's building, 

Water street. — See jidv. p. 405. 
Dempsey, Ryerson, gentleman. Water street. '^ ^, 

Dencb, John, carpenter. Bridge street. 
DICKENS & NELSON, general merchants,— See Jdv. p. 405. 
Dickens, Thcmas, baker, confectioner and provision dealer, Front street 
Dillon, Gilbert, gentleman. 
Dixie, Alexander, laborer, John street, 
Dorland, Plilip, carpenter, Henry street. 



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. CHARLES FRANCIS, 

Bairistcr and Attorney-at-Law, 

SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, NOTARY PUBLIC, 

/fee, &c>, Scc.f 

A6EHT FOR THE COLONIAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 



GEORGE H. GORDOJY^ 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

DryGoods,Groceries,Hardware,Crockery, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC, 

Casb paid far Wheat delivered at the Store or Mills. 
Gristing and Flonr in all its branches. Grain Cracked and Gronnd. 



JEFFS & HUME, 

STAPLE aiil FANCY BBY GOODS anil &SOCEBIES, 

Trenton, Ontario. 

A large Stock always on hands prices as low as any other house 
in the trade. Special inducements offered to Jobbers, Pedlars, &c. 

J. & H. 



PAPIIEAU HOUSE, 

TRENTON. 

F. PAPINEAV, - - - Proprietor. 

This house has every appointment of a first class Hotel and a 
Traveller's Home. Rooms for Commercial Travellers Fine 
Wine, Liquors and Cigars. Good Stabling and enclosed Sheds. 



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Doyle, Lnke, gentleman. 

Drewry, John, millwright, Forty-foot street. 

Dacett, Gyrus, laborer. 

Duey, Mary Jane. 

Dumrope, John, laborer, Bay street. 

Duroche, Antoine, laborer. Bay street. 

Eagan, Patrick, farmer. Division street. 

Edgar, Robert, engineer, King street. 

Ekert, John, carpenter. King street. 

Empey, Jacob, millwright, Ridgeway. 

Empey, William, blacksmith, Bay street. 

Epoch, Barnabas, laborer. King street. 

Felion, Adolphas, sbhoemaker, John street. 

Felion, Andrew, shoemaker, Dandas street. 

Feneloo, James, jun., laborer, King street. 

Fenelon, James, sen., laborer. 

Filledoux, Louis, laborer. Spring street. 

Finkle, George, teacher, Front street. 

Finlon, John, laborer, Dundas street. 

Finn, John, laborer, Queen street. 

Flindall, John F., brewer and distiller. 

Fokes, E. J., barber, Front street. 

Ford, E. P., grocer. Water street. 

Fortune, Owen, laborer, Heber street. 

Fox, Elijah, laborer, Bay street. 

FRANCIS, CHARLES, barrister, &c., Dundas street.— See Mv. p. 407. 

Francis, Robert, county surveyor. Bay street. 

Fredett, Johanna, grocer. Ferry street. 

Gagnon, Mrs. L., tailoress. Front street. 

Gallagher, Thomas, farmer, Wellington street. 

Galna, Andrew, laborer, Queen street. 

Galna, John, laborer, Queen street. 

Galna, Mrs. Jane, John street. 

Galna, William, bookkeer, with Gilmour & Co. 

Gangrien, Fabien, laborer, King street. 

Garratt, J. R., grocer. Front street. 

Garrity, William, laborer. Forty- foot street. ^ 

German, Ezra, mason, John street. " " -' "'■ 

German, James, laborer, Bay street. 

German, William, blacksmith, Bridge street. 

Gillen, Thomas, teacher, John street. • 

Gilmour & Co., lumber merchants. Bridge street. 

Gleason, Philip, laborer. Bay street. 

Glenn, Alexander, laborer. Bay street. 

Gooding, Samuei, blacksmith, Marmora street. 

GORDON, GEORGE H., J.P., gen mrcht, Front street.— 5ee Jdv.p. 407. 

Goss, Elizabeth, grocer, Front street. 

Gothard, Francis, carpenter. Queen street. 

Gothard, John, laborer. King street. ,: 

Gothard, Joseph, carpenter. King street. ^ 

Goulette, Charles, shoemaker, Water street. 

Goulette, Francis, shoemaker, Water street. 

Goulette, Napoleon, mail carrier. Water street. 

Graham, William H., butcher, King street. 

Greamy, Lawrence, laborer, Spring street. 



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'Granger, Joseph, laborer, John street. 

Oreatriz, James, laborer, John street. 

Groves, John, laborer, Dundas street 

Hamilton, Charles, laborer, with Gilmour k Oo 

Hawley, George F., King street. 

Hawley, James, blacksmith. Bridge street. 

Hawley, Josiah, printer, Marmora street. 

Hawley, Sheldon, Byron street. 

Hayden, James, blaclismith. King street. 

Herrington, Timothy, laborer, Victoria street. 

Hill, G. P., barnessmalier, Front street. 

Hill, Asa J., Division street. 

Hill, Mrs. James, widow. Front street. ' 

Hilton, Samuel, firm Au>itin and Hilton. 

Holmes James, laborer. Bay street. 

Hutchinson, John, Bay street. 

Hutchinson, Joseph, baker, Ferry street. 

Hulsey James, teamster, with Gilmour <k Go. 

Hyde, James W., shoemaker. Queen street. 

Ireland, William M., grocer, Spring street. 

Irish, J. R., dentist, Elgin street. 

Jeffs, William J. St Hume, Front street. 

JEFFS & HUME, general merchants, Front street.— S«e ./4J». f. 407. 

Jobin, Peter, balier. Bridge street. 

Johnson, Edwin, baker. Front street. 

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GEOCERIES AND PROVISIONS, 

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Johnson, Mobcb, carpenter, Grown itreet. 
Jones, Gilbert, Btorebouie, Front street. 
Julien, William, engineer, with Qilmonr. 
Keeler, Frederick, blacksmith, Oeorge street. 
Keeler, John, blacksmith. Forty-foot street. 
Kelly, John, laborer, Dundas street. 
Kelly, Patrick, laborer, Carrying Place road. 
Kelly, Peter, laborer. Bay street, 
Kelly, Thomas, laborer, Bay street. 
Kelly, Matthew, laborer, Walker. 
Kennefeck, Patrick, foreman, Gilmour k Oo^ 
Kerr, Samuel, laborer, King street. 
Kinsella, Pierce, laborer, Bay street. 
Kirkland, James, gentleman, King street. 
Knox, Uriah, blacksmith, King street. 
Labelle, Bernard, laborer. Spring street. 
Lapoint, Joseph, laborer, Ferry street. 
Lawrence, Frederick, laborer, Victoria street. 
Lawrence, Joseph, plasterer, Victoria street. 
Lilly, William, carpenter. 
Livingston, Benjamin, laborer, Victoria street. 
Livingston, John, grocer. Front street. 
Lockland, Joseph, laborer. Bay street. 
Losie, Angus, laborer, Division street. 

Losie, Court, grocer, Dundas street. , 

Lott, Lyman, laborer, Bay street. 

Longhead, Robert, grocer and provision dealer. Water streets 

Lozo, John, teamster. 

Madagan, John, laborer, Dundas street. 

Manning, Peter, shoemaker. Front street. 

Marsh, Charles, barnessmaker. Division street. '"^' . '^ 

Marsh, James, grocer. Queen street. ... ,>.* ':■■, 

Matt, John, carpenter, King street. 

Mea, Joshua W., clerk. 

Meatb, Richard G., blacksmith, Queen street. " ^ 

Merkall, Tobias, laborer, King street. 

Meyers, Adam Henry, barrister, kc, Ontario street. •;^,t 

Michael, Jacob, laborer, King street. 

Miller, Alexander, millwright, John street. 

Miller, Baptiste, carpenter. Queen street. ,.t • >?.;-■ -..y 

Miller, George, clerk, Front street. 

Miller, Joseph, grocer, Bridge street. 

Millar, Nathan P., pumpmaker. Front street. 

Miller, Peter, laborer, King street. 

Miller, Reuben P., grocer. Front street. ' 

Miron, Joseph, laborer, Wellington. 

Morrison, Ira W., wagonmaker. Front street. ^ > V- 

Murphy, Arthur, Forty-foot street. 

Murphy, Daniel R., barrister, &c., Dundas street, «' 

Murphy, Edward, laborer. Carrying Place road. 

Murphy, John, laborer, John street. 

Murphy, Timothy, laborer. 

Murray, Patrick, laborer, Dundas street. . ; 

McAlray, Mrs. Hugh, grocer, Front street. 



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McAulay, Alexander, collector of cuitoms, iaguer of marriage licence 

commissioner in Queen's bench, Dundaa street. 
McAulaj, Dennis, Ferry street. 
MoAulaj, John D., lumber merchant, Dundas street. 
McAnany, Bernard, weaver, Victoria street. 
McCabe, Charles, laborer, Kiii(( street. 
McCabe, Terronoe, Dundas street. 
McCarty, Eugene, laborer, Queen street. 
McOoll, Elizabeth, widow, King street. 
McGoli, John, station master, Gntud Trunk Ritilway. 
McCready, Bernard, tailor. Front street. 
McOue, Patrick, harnessmaker, Front street. 
McDonald, James, laborer, George. 
McDonald, John, !ur.iber merchant, John street. 
McFaul, George, laborer, Elgin Street. 

McGorman, Patrick, laborer. & .. . : » .• 

McGowau, Francis, shoemaker, Water street. 
McGuire, Fancis J., J. P., general merchant, Front street, residence in 

Murray. 
McGuire, Mrs. Francis, grocer, Front street. 
McGurn, James, teacher, Queen street. ,, , , 

McKewen, Henry, saloon, Dundas street. 

McKinnon, John, laborer, King street. , . - ' 

McMahon, John, blacksmith. Queen street. 
McNHmara, Mrs., widow, Spring street. 
McWilliams, David, laborer, King street. 

Nelson, Isaac, merchant, Front street. ' 

Ninigeger, Basile, laborer. ; , ' ', 

Nowlan, William, laborer, Fifiy-foot street. 

Oat9, James, laborer, Shuter street. >, 

O'Flynn, Robert, gentleman, Bay street. 

O'Harra, Charles, laborer, Bay street. . i. ••• 

O'Neil, Susan, widow. Water street. 
O'Rourke, Hugh, contractor, Ferry street. 
Ostrom, Stephtn, butcher Wellington street. 

PAPINEAU, FRANCIS, hotel keeier, Front street,— 5«e Jidv. p. 401. 
Papineau, Richard, gentleman, Fifty-foot street. 
Parrault, Belamy, laborer. Bay street. , 

Parrault, Joseph, tinsmith, Crown street. ■, ,u 

Patrick, Gilbert, jr., laborer. Bridge street. "' ' ' 

Peterson, Finley F., grocer, Front street. 
Phelps, Jas. G , clerk, Part of Park lots. 

Pinelon, Robert, carpenter. Water street. ••'-». 

Poirier, Joseph, wagon maker, lodger. 
Potrie, Simond, laborer, King street. 
Potter, James, grain merchant, Water street. 
Pouria, Sylvester, laborer, Bay street. * 

Powers, James, wagonmaker, Ridgway street. 
Powers, Mrs., widow, Queen street. - i "' v . ' '-^ 

Powers, Robert, wagonmaker, Ridgway street. 
PRIEUR, LEVI, grocer. Front street.— 6'ee Mv. p. 403. 
Puddicomb, Richard, clerk, W. House, Rear street. 
Purdy, Ralph W., merchant, Front street. ' ' ' 

Purdy, Ralph, hardware store, Front street. • 

^uinlan, James, cabinetmaker, Front street. 



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Redmond, Daniel, laborer, King street. 

Uedmond, Jamei, laborer, li^iy street. 

Reed, John, laborer, Ileber street. 

Reerea, George R., harness maker. Front street. 

Reeves, Oeorge W., wagonmaker, King street. 

Richards, Peter, laborer, John street. 

Robertson, Miss E , King street. 

Robertson, Mri. James, widow, Ferry street. 

Robertson, Robert, laborer, Dundas street. 

Roblin, Darid, treasurer Trenton Municipality, Henry 8tre«t. 

Roger, John, laborer, B-iy street. 

Rogers, George, laborer, Byron street. 

Roney, Edward, laborer, Victoria street. 

Rose, George, wagon maker, Marmor.i street. 

Rose, William, mason, lodger. 

Rowe, Benjamin, Dirision street. 

Rowo, Mrs. L , widow, John street. 

Rowe, Mrs. Sarah Amanda, Sprint; street. 

Rozitchie, John, butcher. Front street. 

Runkee, William, laborer, King street. 

Runkee ■ laborer, with Gilmour ic Co. 

Rush, Hiram, laborer, John stri-et. 

Saylor, William, laborer. Bay street. „ 

Schennerhom, John, laborer, Dundas street. " ' 

Shannon, Anthony, laborer, Bay B'.reet. 

SHEA, WILLIAM, tinsmith, founder kc. Division street.— Sec ^Jy. p. 409. 

Shorey, John, tailor, Front street. 

SIMMONS, JEREMIAH, clerk 9th Division Court, clerk Municipality and 

Market clerk, Front street. 
Simpson, George, carpenter. King street. 
Simpson, Henry, laborer, Henry street. 
Simpson, James, carpenter, Victoria street. 
Simpson, William, carpenter. Spring street. 

Smith, H. R., & Geo. A., merchants, Ferry street. ' ' 

Smith, Henry, laborer, King street. 
Snider, Charles, tailor, Water street. 
Snider, Henry, hotel keeper, Ferry street. 
Snider, Levi, hotel keeper, Ferry street. • 

Standard, William, laborer. King street. 
Stewart, John, tailor, Front street 
Sullivan, John, constable, Spring street. 
Sammers, Thomas, laborer. Rear street. 
Sweet, Bryant, shoemaker, Rear street. 
Sweet, Cornelius, blacksmith, Front street. 
Sweet, George, laborer, lodger. 
Terrance, Joseph, laborer, Queen street. 

Thompson, John W., general merchant, Water street. ^ 

Thompson, William, laborer, Marmora street. 
Tracy, John, laborer, Dundas street. 

Trainor, Patrick, laborer, Fifty-foot street. " '....-' 

Vanalstine, Abram, laborer, Bridge street. ^ 

Viger, Dennis, laborer. Water street. ^ *? >t = • 

Waldron, Cornelius, laborer, Ferry street ■ ' 

Wallbridge, William, baker. Front street. 
Walsh, John, laborer, Wellington street. 



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Walsb, Patrick, laborer, King street, 

Wannamaker, John, yeoman. Rear street. 

Watson, John, laborer, King street. 

Way, Benjamin, — Wellington street. 

Weaver, Sarab, widow. Queen street. 

Weeks, Emily, Mre,, widow. Front street. 

Weller, Thomas, gentleman. Rear street. 

Wert, James R., harnessmaker, Water street. 

Wessels, Esrom, carpenter, Elgin street. 

Wessels, Mrs., widow. 

White, James, shoemaker, Water street. 

Williams, Charles, blacksmith, Wellington street. 

Williams, R. W. M. D. Front street. 

Wilson, John, laborer, John street. 

Wiltsey, A., wagonmaker, Ferry street. 

Worthington, John, baker. Front street. 

YOUNG GEORGE, publisher Courier.— Sie Mo. p. 411. 

Young, James, grocer. Front street. 

Young, Robert, carpenter, lodger. 

Young, Renny, laborer, with Gilmour & Co. 

Young, Reuben, gentleman, Front street. 

Zwick, James, laborer, Heber street. 



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TUDOR. 



Theyiownship of Tudor was connected with Madoc, for Muni- 
cipal purposes until the year 1859, when it was erected into an 
independent municipality. It has owed iti prosperity in a large 
degree to the opening up of the Hastings road by the Government. 
Eight or nine years ago, there were but a few settlers, now there 
arc over 200 occupiers of land. The soil is on a blue limestone 
formation, and in many portions of the Township is considered ex- 
cellent for agricultural purposes. Like most of the back townships, 
Tudor is rich in mineral wealth. Lead ore of a very rich quality 
has beeu discovered in great quantities, and some of the mines have 
been successfully worked by Mr. Kersteman, and others. The 
great obstacle in the way of developing these mines is the diflSculty 
of transportation. When once the Railway to the back country 
is built, Tudor will furnish a large share of its freight traffic. Cop- 
per has also been discovered in Tudor, but the explorations have 
not yet been carried on to any great extent. Since the gold discover- 
ies have taken place a great deal of prospecting has been done in 
this Township, and many supposed valuable discoveries have been 
made. In lead, particularly, extensive explorations and mining have 
been do«e by Messrs. Hill and Kershaw, not far from Millbridge. 
Reference to their operations is made in another part of this book. 

In the north-eastern part of the townships are several large lakes, 
in which fish in great quantity abound, such as salmon, trout, &c. 
There arc also numerous mill privileges, the most important of 
which is at the Jordan, a small village which, in time will become, 
•of considerable importance. 

Township Council (1869).— J. Caldwell, Reeve; P. R. Smith, 
J. Smith, Joseph Pigden, Councillors. 

Township Officers. — William Harper, Clerk ; William Harper' 
Treasurer, Millbridge P. 0. 

Post Offices. — Glenmire, Edward Tapp, Postmaster ; Millbridge, 
R. M. Norman, Postmaster. 



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Abbott, Francis, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 28. 
Adams, D., yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 27. 
Armstrong, Foster, yeoman, 6th concesnion, part lot 23. 
Armstrong, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 21. 
Bachelor, John, ygoman, concession A, part lot 21. 
Bachelor, Thomas, jun., yeoman. Block A, part lot 21. 
Bachelor, Thomas, sen., yeoman. Block I'., part lot 29. 
Bachelor, Williara, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 16. 
Barratt, Michael, yeoman. Block B, part lot 22. 
Barry, frarrett, yeoman, 1st concession, purt lot 4. 
Barry, John, yeoman, Block A, part lot 2. 
Bigelow, J. W., yeoman, 6th concession, p.irt lot 21. 
Blackburn, Edward, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 11. 
Blackburn, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 11. 
Bohan, James, yeoman, 1st concession part lot 3. 
Breen, Thomas, yeoman. Grant E, part lot 29. 
Bull, John, merchant, Hastings r .id, part lot 18. 
Burr, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 15. 
Butler, James, yeoman, Hastings road, part lut 85. 
Butler, John, yeoman. Grant E, part lot 67. 
Caldwell, Jacob, storekeeper, Grant W, part lot 18. 
Campion, David, yeoman, Hastings load, par . lot 33. 
Cassiday, Jamos, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 7. 
Cassidy, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, psrt lot 8. 
Clancey M., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 30. 
Clapp, Samuel, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 29. 
Clarke, John, ypoman, 13th concession, part Idt 30. 
Clements, Daniel, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 57. 
Condon, William, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 27. 
C/ocker, James, yeoman. 6th concession, part lot 18. 
Gross, Henry, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 9 1. 
Curran, M., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 32. 
Cusick, Andrew, yeoman, Grant E, part lot 16. 
Cusick, John, jun., yeoman. Grant W, part lot 55. 
Cusick, John, yeoman. Grant W, part lot 16. 
Cuttle, Thomas, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot .12. 
Dady, Daniel, yeoman, 51h concession, part lot 31, 
Dady, Daniel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Davidson, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Davis, Mrs., widow, concession A, part lot 20. 
Dempsey, P., yeoman. Block B, part lot 26. 
Donaldson, Charles, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 22. 
Dowley, Patrick, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 15. 
Druce, George, yeoman. 6th concession, part lot 9. 
Druce, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. 
Dulmage, Get. rge, yeoman, 19th concession, part lot 4. 
Dulmage, William, yeoman, 19th concession, part lot 5. 
Dunn, Andrew, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 25. 
Dunn, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 
Eldridge, George, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 21, 
Elliott, John, yeoman, concession B, part lot 5. 
Fitzpatrick, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 1. 
Frank, M., yeoman. Block A, part lot 10. 
Glennill, William, yeoman, 15th concession, part lot 21'. 
Graham, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 27. 



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Green, Thomas, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 33. 

Guffin, L., yeoman, Grant E, part lot 41. 

Gunter, Andrew, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 11. 

Gunter, Daniel, yeoman, Block A, part lot 23. 

Gunter, H., yeoman, 17^h concession, part lot 6. 

Gunter, William A., yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 10. 

Gunter, William, yeoman. Block A, part lot 24. 

GOLDING, ISAAC, New Dominion Hotel, Millbridge, Tudor, part lot 18. 

—SeeJdv.p 417. 
Hall, William, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 100. , • 

Hallison, William, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 49. 
Hamlin, Stephen, innkeeper. Grant W, part lot 20. 
Handcock, Richard, yeoman. Grant E, part lot 25. 
Harper, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 26. 
Hartley, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 33. 
Hartley, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 33. 
Hazzard, John, yeoman, 19th concession, part lot 3. 
Hazzard, Smith, yeoman, 19th concession, part lot 2. 
Hepborne, James, yeoman, 19th concession, part lot 28. 
Hepborne, W., yeoman, 19th concession partlot27. 
Herman, Henry, yeoman. Block A, part lot 11. 
Hickey, John, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 25. 
HILL & KERSHAW, miners, Grant E, part lots 31 and 32. Millbridge P. G. 
Hogand, D., yeoman. Block B, part lot 13. 
Holland, Robert, yeoman, 19th concession, part 1 it 16. 
Hombostel, George, yeoman, Block A, part lot 17. 
Horton, Silas, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 16. 
Howatson, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 22. 
Hughes, J., yeoman. Block B, part lot 19. 
Hyde, Daniel, yeoman, 11th concession, part lot 17. 
Imbah, Kasper, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 
Jeely, John, yeoman. Block B, part lot 15. 
Keagan, Bernard, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 34. 
Kennedy, Thomas, yeoman, block B, part lot 11. 
Kennedy, Thomas, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 27. 
Kennefick, Patrick, yeoman, 13th concession, part lot 12. 
Kershaw, Thos., miner. Grant E, part lots 31 and 32. 
Kinging, J., yeoman, block B, part lot 28. 
Kitts, Maurice, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 29. 



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Lavender, Benjamin, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 39. 

Lawrence, George, yeoman, 10th concession, part lot 4. ' , 

Leech, Edward, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 75. 

Leech, John, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 13. . 

Lloyd, F., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 19. 

Lloyd, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 

Lumb, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 

Lummis, Daniel, yeoman. Grant E, part lot 67. 

Mahoney, Michael, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 31. 

Mahonsy, Theophilus, yeoman, let concession, part lot 2. 

Mahoney, Thomas, yeoman. Grant W, part lot 31. 

Maitland, Allen, yeoman. Grant E, part lot 95. 

Maitland, James, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 96. 

Memno, Michael, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 30. 

Michael, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 10. 

Moore, Matthew, yeoman, 19th concession, part lot 23. 

Moran, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 23. 

Morton, William, yeoman, 19th concession, part lot 11, 

Mumby, William, yeoman. Grant E, part lot 21. 

Murphy, Edward, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 102. 

Murphy, Patrick, yeoman, Hastings road, pa,rt lot 89. . 

McCann, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 22. 

McConnell, Joseph, yeoman, Grant E, part lot 3. 

McEwen, John, yeoman. Gran*. W, part lot 1. 

McEwen, Wm., yeoman, Grant E, part lot 9. 

Nicols, Francis, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 21. 

NORMAN, RALPH M., J.P., general merchant, Millbridge, Tudor, part 

lot 21,— See Jldv. p. U8. 
O'Neil, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 33. ,- 

Peacock, David, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 13. 
Peacock, Thomas, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 13. 
Phillips, John, yeoman, 19th concession, part lot 16. 
Pigdon, J., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 17. 
Pilgrim, W., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 14. 
Potter, Benjamin, yeoman, block A, part lot 17. , , 

Potter, Mrs., widow. Grant W, part lots 17, 18, 19. 
Potter, Samuel, yeoman, concession A. part lot 25. 
Potter, Thomas, yeoman, block A, part lot 15. 
Pound, George, yeoman, 14th concession, part lot 9. . , i 



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Quinlin, Thomas, yeoman, Ist concession, part lots 1 and 2. 

Ilay, John, yeoman, 7lh concession, part lot 37. 

Kay, Joiin, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 55. 

Ray, Joseph, yeoman, Uth concession, part lot 53. 

Hay, Patrick, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 39. 

Ricketts, Thomas, yeoman, 15th concession, part lot 7. 

Robinson, William, yeoman, Grant E, part lot 63. 

Roukstold, Henry, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 12. 

Ross, Cornelius, yeoman, 18*.h concession, part lot 10. 

Rowe, Mrs , widow, Hastings road, part lot 79. 

Smith, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 34, 

Smith, John, jun., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 34. 

Smith, John, sen., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 34. 

Smith, John, yeoman, 19th concession, part lot 15. 

Spence, S , yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 

Spencer, Mis , yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 

Starkes, James, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 19, 

Sweeney, Cornelius, yeoman. Grant W, part lot 43. 

Tapp, Edward, jun., yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 32. 

Tapp, Edward, sen., yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 71. 

Thwaites, William J., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 21, 

Tivy, Richard, jun., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 15. 

Tivy, R , yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 14. 

Tomlinson, William, yeoman, 18th concession, part lot 11. 

Vance, Joseph, yeoman, Hastings roads, part lot 12. 

VANKLEEK, ROBERT, Vankleek House, Millbridge, Tudor, part lot 71. 

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Waddington, R , sen , yeoman, block A, part lot 29. 
Waddington, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Ward, Jacob, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 13. 
Ward, James, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 25, 
Ward, Mrs, widow. Grant E., part lot 13. 
Willson, Edward, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 6. 
Willson, William, yeoman, block A, part lot 3. 
Worden, Charles, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 11. 
Worden, Elias, yeoman, concession A, part lot 29. 






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Tweed and Georgetown — we couple them together for the pur- 
poses of the Directory, as the extreme limits of each are scarcely a 
quarter of a mile apart — are situated in the Township of Hunger- 
ford, and distant from IJelleville about 25 miles. 

Tweed is on the Moira, which is I ere a wide and deep stream, 
and having considerable fall, furnishes a splendid water-power 
privilege. The principal proprietor of the property, James C. 
Jamieson, Esq., within the last two or three years, made some very 
valuable and substantial improvements in the mills and dams. The 
wooden foundations of the flour and saw mills were replaced by 
heavy stone work, the height of the flour mill was raised one story, 
and its capacity increased by adding a third run of stone. A new 
water lime dam or flume, six feet in thickness, and 120 feet in 
length, was constructed, affording facilities for additional factories. 
The saw mill has two uprights, a circular, and a lath machine ^ 
Both the flour and saw mill are owned by Mr. Jamieson. On the 
opposite side of the river is the woolen factory of Mr. Dyer, which 
does a fair business. Several new building have been erected 
within the last two or three years, old and dilapidated ones have 
been repaired, and there is an air of neatness and thrift about the 
place,which gives indication of real prosperity. Tweed is surrounded 
with an excellent agricultural district. The soil is chiefly sandy 
loam, with now and then a mixture of clay, and the well-cultivated 
farms, the substantial and neatly built farm-houses, with their 
commodious out-buildings, and the superiority of the stock, are all 
evidences of thrift and industry. The village has two or three 
first-class country general stores, tinsmith, carriage, and black- 
smith shops, tailors, bakers, shoemakers, &c. Its religious welfare 
is well provided for, there being three churches — the Church of 
England, Wesleyan Methodist, and Bible Christian, in which ser- 
vice is held at stated periods. It possesses one of the most efficieat 



schools in the North Riding. 



Its natural advantages are such, that 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



421 



JOHN F. CARLETON, 

mm ic gabble Maker, 




TWEED, HUNGERFORD. 

All kinds of Harness and Saddles manufactured in the neatest 
style from the best material and warranted to give satisfaction 
Repairing and Jobbing done promptly, neatly and cheaply. 





TWEED. 

WM. CONNORS, Proprietor. 

The Bar is supplied with choice Wines and Liquors. Good 
Yard and Stabling, and careful hostlers. 

MAMUrAOTUBEB OS> AND X>BAI.£R IN 






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A Stock of Boots and Shoes always on hand. All orders 
promptly executed, and work done as cheap and good as can bs 
done elsewhere. 

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ALONZO HOWE, 



Begs to notify his friends and the public that he hns lately purchased 
one of WORTHERN and BAKER'S PATENT HAND LOOMS. And is 
prepared to do all kinds of Weaving in Plain, Double-Plain, Satinettes, 
Tweeds, Jeans, Herringbone, &c. Call and examine specimens of work. 
All work done with neatness and despatch. 

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with a judicious expeuditure of capital and a proper spirit of en- 
terprise, which is being displayed, it must become an important 
inland town. 

Georgetown, is situated on Stoco Lake, a short distance from 
Tweed. This lake is about seven miles in length, and from one 
to two in width, and is one of the finest of the chain of lakes in 
the back country, Georgetown is the capital of Hungerford, the 
Township Hall, a commodious building, being located here. It 
also possesses a fine school, which is conducted on the free system. 

Post Offices. — Tweed, Richard Marshall, Postmaster; Thomas- 
burg, John Robertson, Postmaster; Bogarts 10th concession, lot 
20, C. Empey, Postmaster; Moneymore, 2nd concession, lot 12, 
John Harrigan, Postmaster; Marlbank, 2nd concession, lot 35, 
W. G. Allen, Postmaster ; Stoco, 10th concession, lot 25, Francis 
Murphy, Postmaster. 

Church of England. — There are two churches : one at the 
■village of Tweed, and one at tbo village of Thomasburg. Rev. 
Wm. Roberts, Missionary. 

Wesleyan Methodists. — There are three churches : one in the 
village of Tweed, one at the village of Thomasburgh, and one in 
the 7th concession. Revs. D. Ryan and Wm. Ryan. 

Bible Christian Church. — A church at the village of Tweed. 
A. Gordon and Rev. M. Gordon, Ministers. 

Roman Catholic Church.- -A, church on Sugar Island. Rev. E. 
P. Lalor, Priest. 

Church of England. — Rev. Wm. Roberts, Minister. Hour of 
service, 2 o'clock P.M., every second Sabbath. 

Wesleyan Methodist Church. — Rev. D. Ryan and Rev. Wm. 
Ryan, Pastors. Hour of service, 6. 30 o'clock, P.M., every 
Sabbath evening. 

Bible Christian Church. — Rev. A. Gordon, and Rev. M. 
Collins, Pastors. Hour of service, every Sabbath at 2 o'clock, P. M . 

Issuer of Marriage Licenses. — James Reid, general merchant. 



ADVBRTISEMBNTS. 



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GEO. W. HOWELL, M.D., 

GRADUATE OF aVEEN'S COLLEGE, KINGSTON, 

Lioentiate of the Boyal College of Physicians and Surgeons» 

Kingston. 



SESIOENCE, 



TWEED. 



R, MARSHALL, 

POSTMASTEE, - - - - TWEED, 



DEALER IN 



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Sold as cheap as in any other establishment in the country. 



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MAMUFACTOBBB OF ' , 

Harness, €ollar. Belt, Upper, 

KIP AND CALF LEATHER. 

Having new M. chinery and the best workmen, he can guar- 
antee satisfaction to all who deal with him. 



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Good Templars^ Lodge. — Has about 40 mombora, and meets 
every Tuesday evening in the Orange Hall. 

L. 0. L. No. 747, rjfcct/.— Officers for 1869, J. F. Carlton, 
W. M.; W. Brown, D.M. ; James Reid, T. ; Wm. Wray, 8. ; 
Kev. F. B. Nolton, C. ; John Townsend, D.C Committee : W. 
Elliott, Thos. Caskey, Wm. Hicks, Wra. Spencer, W. Hardy.— 
Meets at the Orange Hall, 2nd Monday. 

Cheese Factory. — The Hungcrford Cheese Factory is situated 
in Tweed, and has capacity for 500 cows. Jas. Brown, President. 
Directors. — John Graham, A. P. Wight, John Newton, Wm. 
Elliott. 

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Allen, Joseph, shoenoiiker with Hiickett. ■* ' i - "* '\, ^ 

Hake?', Alex., teamster for Gilmour & Co. • • 

Heaty, Alex, blacksini III with A. .McGowan. 

Bowell, W. J., bailiiF, eiist side Store street. ,,- .- 

Bowen, John, laborer, east side Htore street. 

Hrown, Wm., yeoman, head of Metcalf street. 

Brunn, James, blacksmith, Georgetown. 

Brushy, George, laborer, west side Store street. 

Burr, J. F., agent for Gilmour & Co. 

Carleton, John, bailiff, Georgetown. 

Carleton, John, shoemaker, west side Store street. 

OARLETON, JOHN F., harnessmaker, west side Store street— -See Mv. 

p. 421. 
Carleton, Mrs., west side Store street. 
Carleton, Wm. F., harnessmaker, west side Store sreet. 
Carr, Thomas, laborer for M. Wright. 
Ca8.ileman, Francis, carpenter, Georgetown. 
Clark, Merritt, watchmaker, east side Store street. 
CONNOrtH, WM., innkeeper, west side Store street. — See Jdv. p. 421. 
Cross, Robert, carpenter, south side Spring street. 
Daea, Chapell, west side Store street. 
Downing, John, innkeeper, west side Store street. 
Dyrp, D. Y., clothier, Ac, south side Metcalf street. 
Dyre, Mahatable, ea.ot side Store street. 
FUig, S. S., yeoman and fur dealer, Georgetown. 
Finley, Mrs., Elizabeth, Georgetown, ': s . 

Francis, John, contractor. 
Gordon, Rev. A., Bible Christian Minister. 
Green, Wm., carpenter, Georgetown, 
HACKETT, JOHN, boot and shoemaker, east side Store street.— See 

Adv. p. 421. 
Hardy, Allen, sawyer, east side Store street. , ., , .. ... ., 

Hardy, Wm., shoemaker with J. Carleton. 

Hicks, Wm., laborer, west side Store street. 

Higgius, Benjamin, miller with Rockhey. 

Hir.ohey, Thomas, shoemaker with Carleton. 

Houston, Robert, librarian, east side River, ' ' - , 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



425 



THOMAS MfUm. 

DEALEn IN 

>ta|)le anb JfancD Jrg §oobs, 

GROCERIES, CROCKERY, HARDWARE. 

BOOTSAND SHOES 

And all kinds of goods kept in a general Country Store. Sold cheap 
for cash. 



TWEED, 



IIVNCJERFORD. 



ADAM M'GOWAN, 

Carriage Maker and Blacksmith, 

AND MANUlfACTUaEIl OK ' 

Harrows, Ciillivalors, M other Fanaing IiiipleDients. 

Carriages and Lumber Waggons always in 

Stock and made to order. All kinds of Blacksmith work dono at 
short notice. 

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This House has all the conveniences necessary to a First Class 
Hotel. The Bar is supplied with the Choicest WINES and 
LIQUOKS. The STABLES and SHEDS are Commodious, 
and attentive Hostlers always in attendance. 

GEORGE A. MUNRO. 



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IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 

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HOWE, ALONZO, clothier, kc, west side Store street— Sm jtdv. p. 421. 
HOWELL, O. W., M D., east side Store street.— j;«e Mv. p. 423. 
Hanter, Miss S. milliner, west side Store street, 
Jamison, J. 0., corner Bridge and Store streets. 
Jennings, Edward, sawyer, eaat side Store street. 
Jordan, J. H., lumberman, north side Water street. 
Kefaoe, John, photographer, west side Store street. 
'Ketcheson, Blleja, blacksmith with A. MoQowaa. 
Kirk, Wm., school teacher, section No. 8. 
Lindsay, Bphraim, laborer, Tweed. 
Lindsay, Richard, laborer, Georgetown. 

M ANNELL, EDWARD, tanner and currier, Georgetown. — See Adv.p, 423. 
MARSHALL, RICHARD, postmaster, grocer, west side Store street. — 

See Jldv. p. 423. 
Meagher, Michael, carriagemaker with A. McGowan. 
Morrow, John, shoemaker with J. Haokett. 
Morton, George, teamster for Wright. 
Morton, Richard, blacksmith with A. &icOowan. 
Mulrooney, John, carriagemaker, with McGowan. 
MUNRO, GEORGE A., innkeeper, west side Store St.— 5«e dJetv. p. 425. 
Murphy, Francis, merchant, east side Store street. 
MoOANN, THOMAS, grocer and liquor dealer, east side Store street-— 

See Mv. p. 425. 
McOanaon, John, carpenter, Georgetown. 
McOormick, Joseph, tailor, Georgetown. 
McCoy, Angus, laborer, west side Store street. 
McGOWAN, ADAM, carriagemaker and blacksmith, west side Store 

street. — See Adv. p. 426. 
McGowan, Robert, carpenter, east side Store street. 
McGowan, William, blacksmith, west side Store street 
OUderkirk, James, butcher, west side Store street. 
Owen, Wm., laborer with George A. Munro. 
Parsons, John, lumberman, east side Metcalf street 
Pen, J., laborer, east side Store street 
Pinley, Mrs., widow, Georgetown. 
Pomeroy, T. E., coroner,head of Spring street. 
Porritt, Joseph, carriagemaker, east side Store street. 
Pringle, J., yeoman, Georgetown. 
Pringle, Joseph, yeoman, Georgetown. 
Pringle, S. H., yeoman, Georgetown. 
Reid, James, general merchant, issuer of marriage licen.ies, west side 

Store street. 
Ridley, Benjamin, carriagemaker with A. McGowan. 
ROCEHET, JAMES, miller, MUl Reserve.— See Mv. p. 425 
RoseTear, J'ohn, shoemaker, west side Store street. 
Sedgwick, Daniel, sawyer, east side Store street 
Service, Wm., blacksmith with A. McGowan. 
Smith, John, laborer. 

Spencer, Charles, laborer, east side Store street. 
Spafford, Abiga, baker and confectioner, Georgetown. 
Spafford, Wm., baker and grocer, Georgetown. ' 

Sovey, Amos, laborer, west side Store street. 
Thompson, Robert, miller with J. Rockhey. 
Tuwnsend, John, clothier. 
Yanalstine, Cornelius, shoemaker with Carleton. 



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VANDUSEN, a. M., J.P., baker and confectioner, Georgetown.— 5ee 

Mv. p. 427. 
Vandusen, Philip, laborer with G. A. Munro. 
YilleneuTe, John, laborer. 

Waddington, Wm., tanner and carrier, Georgetown. 
Waller, Jamea, blacksmith, west side Store street. 
Walsh, Patrick, tailor, west side Store street. 
Wheeler, Qoorge, carpenter, Georgetown. 
WHITE, WM., tinsmiu, west side Store street. — See Adv. p. 427. 
'Williams, W. k H., grocers, &c., west side Store street. 
Woodcock, Mrs., widow, (Georgetown. 
Woodcock, Nicholas, Georgetown. 
Woodcock, Richard, laborer with J. C. Jamieson . 
Woodcock, Wm., laborer, Georgetown. 
Wrar, William, tailor, corner Bridge and Metcalf streets. 
WRIGHT, WM , general merchant, west side Store St.— 5ee Aiv. p. 427 



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Bread, Biscuits, Oonfeotionory, &c., of all kinds, at the lowest 

possible prices. 

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TIM WAEE. 

Keeps constantly on hand a general assortment of Tin Ware, 
Cooking, Box and Parlor Stoves, and a generaf assortment of 
Ploughs of Improved Patterns, &o. Eave Troughing, Tin Roof- 
ing, &o., &o., and all kinds of repairing; done on short notice. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

mmm, cbockeby, boots and snois, u. 

Which he guarantees to sell as choap as any other store in the 
County. Produce taken in exchange for Goods. 



TYENDINAGA. 



The Township of Tyendicaga is bounded on the north by the 
Township of Hungerford, on the east by the Township of Riehmond 
in the County of Lennox, of the south by the Bay of Quints, and 
on the we6t by the Township of Thnrlow. The Mohawk reserve 
is situated in Tyendi.^ and until recently, it has proved to be 
a serious drawback upon the settlement of this portion of the 
County, but a law passed a few years ago permits the Indian to 
sell his lands. Few, however, have taken advantage of the law. 
In all probability it will be many years before this section of the 
township will undergo much change. Tyendinaga is one of the 
most fertile townships in the county ; the soil is chiefly clay, 
sandy and vegetable loam, with sbbsoil of gravelly marl. The 
River Salmon, a large stream on which are numerous flouring and 
saw mills, factories, &o., runs through the Township. There are 
several villages the most important of which are Mill Point, the 
property of H. B. Rathbun & Son, and Shannonville. Descrip- 
tions of these places with Alphabetical lists of names for these 
villages will be found under their appropriate headings. In 1839^ 
the population of the township was 2,092 ; in 1850 it numbered 
6,200 inhabitants; in 1860,61, according to the census returns, 
the population was 7,812, of which 543 were Indians. The same 
returns show that there were 786 occupiers of lands ; there were 
41,340 acres under cultivation, and of wood and wild lands 36,112. 
The cash value of farms was estimated at $1,133,150 : cash value 
of farming implements $65,280. 

Township Council^ 1869. — N.S. Appleby, Reeve ; D. Anderson* 
Thos. Deasey, Deputy Reeves; Jas. Meagher and Chas. Hudson. 

The Town Hall is situated on lot No. 15, in the 2nd concession, 
in the village of Melrose. 

Township Officers. — Michael Neolon, Clerk ; Francis English, 
Treasurer. . 



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Post Offices. — Shannonville, H. Holden, postmaster; Bleasing- 
tOD, 6ih oonoeasion, lot 7, John Lally, postmaster ; Lonsdale, 2nd 
concession, lot 32, Richard Wildman, postmaster , Marysville, 1st 
concession, lot 30, John Kemp, postmaster ; Melrose, 3rd oonces* 
sion, lot 15, Qeorge Duncan, postmaster; Mill Point, James 
Brown, postmaster. 

Srd D'mtion Court. — Hiram Holden, Clerk ; Post office address, 
Shannonville. 

Church of England. — There are two churches, one on lot 34, 
ooncession A; and one on lot 17, 3rd concession. Rev. G. A. 
Anderson, Pastor. 

Pretbyterian Churh. — There is a church at Melrose, on lot 15, 
3rd concession, and one at Lonsdale, lot 32, 3rd concession. 

Wealeyan Methodist Church. — A church at Shannonville, and 
one on lot 34, 5th concession. 

Episcopal MetJiodist Church. — One at Shannonville. 

Roman Catholic. — There are two churches, one at Marysville, 
lot 24, 1st concession. Rev. M. McKay, Priest ; and at Blessing- 
ton, lot 16, 5th concession, Rev. M. McMahan, Priest. 

Abbreviations — In this township there t o tvrofirst concessions, 
and twc second concessions, which are divided by what is called the 
" Slash road," and where names occur with the letters " £'./?." 
it signifies South of the Slash Road, and with the letters « JV.i?." 
it signifies North of the Slash Road. 

Aihart, Philip, yeoman, 2nd concession, S. R., part lot 26. 

Airs, Margaret, 

Alexander, David, laborer. Mill Point. 

Alford, Joseph, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 23. 

Allison, Benjamin, yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 37. 

Allison, David, yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 38. 

Allison, John S., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 37. 

Allison, Jonathan G., yeoman, 2nd concession, E. bnlf, lot 37. 

Allison, Orran, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 1. 

Apderjon, Alexander, yeoman, 1st concession, S. R., part lot 21. 

Anderson, Gharlps, yeoman, 2nd concession, N. R., part lot 14. 

Anderson, Donald, yeoman, 2Dd concession, N. R., part lot 14. 

Andemon, George, yeoman, 1st concession, S. R., part lot 30. 

Anderson, Jas., yeoman, 1st concession, lots 31 and 32. 



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Anderson, Jcbn, jeoman, 4th conecMion, lot 86. 

Anderson, Rer. J. A., Ohurcb of England, ooncesaion A, part lot 34. 

Anderson, Samuel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3S. 

Applebj, N. S., miller. Smith's Mills. 

Armitage, Francis, yeoman, 2nd concession, lot dlK 

Armitage, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 36. 

Armitage, James, yeoman, 1st concession, lots 31 and 33. 

Auburn, Wm., yeoman, Oulbertson lot. 

AuU, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lots 32 and 36. 

AuU, Joseph, yeoman, A, lot 16. 

Aylswortb, Bowen, carpenter, 3rd concession, lot 32. 

Aylswortb, Wm. R., yeoman, H. B. ft E. W. Rathbun. 

Badgely, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 11. 

Badgely, Philip, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 11. 

Badgely, Stephen, yeoman, 6th concussion, part lot 8. 

Baggs, Thomas, yeoman, A, lot 20 aid 21. 

Baker, Wm., yeoman, concession A. 

Baldrick, George, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 

Baldrick, John, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 1. 

Baldwin, Miles, concession A, part lot 13. 

Barber, James, yeoman. A, lot 14, E, half. 

Barker, Samuel, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 34. 

Barnhard, Gharles, yeompn. A, lot 56. 

Battles, Lawrence, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 39. 

Beatty, David, yeoman, 2nd concession, N. R., part lot<9. 

Beatty, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, N. R., part lot 7. 

Beckett, William, sen., yeoman, 1st c'>nce88ion, S. R., part^lot I. 

Beckwith, Henry, yeoman, D. E., lot ». 

Beckwitb, M., yeoman, 2nd concession, 33 and 37. 

Belcanquell, James, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 9. 

Belcanquell, William, yeoman, 4th conceAion, part lot 9. 

Bell, Robert, sen., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 36. 

Bell, Robert tailor, 7th concession, part lot 36. 

Bell, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 14. 

Bellnap, Daniel, yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 9. 

Benedict, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, S. R., part lot II. 

Benedict, Peter, yeoman, 2nd concession, S. R., part lot 11. 

Bennedict, Smith, yeoman, 3rd concession, lots 47 and 48. 

Bennett, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 30. 

Bennett, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 

Benson, John B., laborer, Messrs. Rathbun. 

Berry, Wm., yeoman. A, lot 36. 

Berry, William, yeomac, concession A, part lot 37. 

Bessaudry, Solomon, yeoman, 4th concession, parts lots 24 and 25.. 

Bird, Richard, yeoman, 10th concesssion, part lot 37. 

Birdell, Wm., King street, lot 11. 

Bishop, James, yeoman, 9th concessioto, part lot 3. 

Black, Daniel, yeoman, lat concession, N. R., part lot 40. 

Black, Daniel, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 33. 

Black, John, yeoman, 1st concession, S. R., lot 16. 

Black, David, yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 39. 

Black, Michael, yeoman, 1st concession, S. R., part lot 40. 

Black, Michael, yeoman, 2nd contiession, 39. 

Boland, Bartholomew, yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 28 and 29. 
Boosby, Alexander, yeoman, 10th concession, part lots 34 and 35. '. 



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Booiby, John, jsoiuao, 9th oonoession, part lot 34. 
Bootzer, Da?id, yeomaa, A, lot 39. 
Botting, Henry, yeoman, A, lot 13. 
Boarke, John, jreoman, 4th concession, part lot 8. 
Bowen, David, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 30. 
Bowen, Abraham, yeoman, 2 S. R., lot 34. 
Boyd, James, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 4. 
Brabeer, Joseph, yeoman, concession. A, lot 35. 
Bradshaw, James, yeoman, 7th concession, ptirt lot 1 . 
Brennan, James, yeoman, 3rd concesslc.i, part lot 21. 
Brennan, James, sen., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 22. 
Brennan, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 27. 
Brennan, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 2 1. 
Brennan, Michael, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 35. 
Brennan, Michael, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 29. 
Brennan, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 26. 
Brennan, Peter, yeoman, 3rd concession part lot 22. 
Brerough, Robert, yeoman, Gulbertson lot. 
Brisbon, William, yeoman, Messrs. Ruihbnn. 
Brooks, Anson, yeomab, 2nd concession, 8. R., part lot 12. 

Brown, David, yeoman 3ri >nces3ion, lot 33. 

Brown, David, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 39. 

Brown, Francis, yroman, 23d concession, part lot 19. 

Brown, Frederick, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 

Brown, Gabriel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 17. 

Brown, Lewis, yeoman, I N. R., lot 4. 

Brnin, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 32. 

Brulett, Abram, yeoman, Messrs. Rathbun. 

Brusnihan, Mrs., widow, 5th concession, lot 16. 

Bryson, John, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 13. 

Buckley, Michael, yeoman, 7ih concession, pnrt lot 15. 

Buckley, Patrick, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 15. 

Buckley, William, yeoman, 7ih concession, part lot 18. 

£uckley, William, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 24. 

Buckley Timothy, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 22 . 

Burdett. Matthew, S., yeomm, lat concession, part lot 5, 

Burley, Ebenczer, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 20. 

Burns, Jno., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 29. 

Burns, Patrick, yeoman, 9th conecssion, lot 39. 

Butler, Tubias, laborer, Millpoint. 

Callary, Bartholomew, yeoman, 6th concession, N. R., part lot 20. 

Callary, Darby, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 23. 

Gallihan, Oornelius, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 30. 

Gallihan, Oornelius, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 32. 

Gallihan, Daniel, yeoman, 2 ad concession, N. R., par; lot 20. 

Gallihan, Daniel D., yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 26 and 27. 

Gallihan, Dennis, yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 25. 

Gallihan, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 31. 

Gallihan, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, N. R., part lot 20. 

Gallihan, Tbos., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 24. 

Galhane, Thos., yeoman, 6th concession, lot 21. 

Galhane, Thos., yeoman, 6th concession, lot 26. 
Gameron, Geo., yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 37. 
Gampbell, Archibald, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 23. 
Campbell, Michael, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 19. 



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Candin, Bartly, yeoman, 7th coneeision, part lot 28. 

Candin, Martin, yeoman, 8th eonceuioo, part lot 28. 

Oannada, Jamea, yeoman, A, lot 83. 

Oannada Thos., yeoman, 6th con'eenion, lot 14. * 

Carney, William, yeoman, 9th conccession, part lot 14. 

Garney, William, yeoman, 9th conoewion, part lot 15. 

Carter, Edward, yecman, 6th coneeiiion, part lot 9. 

Carter, Jamei, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. 

Garter, John, yeoman, 7th conceasion, part lot 1. 

Carter, Thoa., yeoman. A, lot 1. 

Garter, Thomas, laborer, Meatra., Rnthbun. 

Caaey, Patrick, laborer, 3rd conceision, lot 32. 

Charleaworth, William, Jan., yeoman, 8th conceasion, lot 11. 

Charleaworth, William, aen., yeoraan, 8th conceasion, lot 10. 

Chisbolm, William F., miller, 9th concession, part lot 6. 

Clark, Alfred, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 5. 

Clark, John, yeoman, conceaaion A, part lot 23. 

Clark, Robert, yeoman, 1st concession part let 5. 

Clark, Samuel, yeoman, A, lot 13. 

Clark, William V , yeoman, A, lots 5 and 6. 

Clement, John, yeoman, 1st confession, lot 36. 

Cookings, John, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 19. 

Coffee, Stephen, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 35. 

Colback, George, yeoman, cr<nr«aaion A, part lot 20. 

Colback, Samuel, yeoman, oncession A, part Ic '*0. 

Golden, David, yeoman, 8tb concesaion, part lot 19. 

Golden, John, yeoman, 8th conceasion, part lot 21. 

Coldtn, Tboroas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 

Golden, William, yeoman,' 3th concession, part lot 19. 

Cole, Daniel, yeoman, 4tb conceaaion, part lot 6. 

Cole, Isaac, yeoman, A, lot 15. 

Cole, John, yeoman, 2n(j tioncession, S. R., part lot 5. 

Collins, Edward, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 6. 

Collins, Hugh, yeoman, 7tb conceasion, lot I. 

Gulp, Godfrey, yeoman, A, lot 30. 

Colp, Jacob, yeoman, A, lota 30, 31, 33, 37, 39. 

Goiter, Alexander, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 12. 

Condon, Edmond, yeomnn, 1st concession, lots 21 and 22. 

Conley, Robert, yeoman : A, lot 17. 

Gonlon, Hugh, yeoman, Stb concession, lot 2. 

Gonby, Robert, yeoman, A, lot 13. 

Gonnell, Jacob, yeoman, lat concession, lot 7. 

Cook, Edward, yeoman, 7tb conceasion, lot 10. 

Cook, Joseph, yeoman, A, lot 31. 

Cook, Richard B., yeomitn, 3rd concession, part lot 5. 

Cook, Samuel, 7th conceasion, lot 10. 

Cook, Thomas, 8th coticessioo, lot 4. 

Cook, William P., yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 10. 

Copeland, Alexander, yeoman, 8lh concession, part lot 9. 

Gopeland, T' omas, 2n(l concession, N. R., part lot 1. 

Copeland, ^iam, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 22. 

CooTert, Jacoo, yeoman, D Block, lot 21. 

Gorrigan, Michael, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 34. 

Gorrigan, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 33. 

Cowan, Michael, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 10. 



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Cowan, Patrick, 7th concession, part lot 10. 

Cowan, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 1. 

Crawford, Henrjr, yeoman, 8th coneession, part lot 23. 

Crawford, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 31. 

Crampton, Thomas, D. B. B., lot 1. 

Cronio, Bartholomew, yeoman, 8ih concession, part lot 30. 

Cronin, Cornelius, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 31. 

Cronk, James, yeoman, 8th eoncec ion, part lot 2Sr 

Cross, William, yeoman, 0th conce<ision, part lot 13. 

Crowse, Philip, yeomnn, 6th concension, part lot 37. 

Orowse, Riohurd, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 37. 

Colkeen, James, yeoronn, 6th concession, part lot 10. 

Colkeen, John, yeoman, 4t'ii concession, part lot 11. 

Calkeen, Michael, yeomitt, 4th concaajian, part lots 10 and 11. 

Callen, John, yeom..n, 5th concession, part lot 28. 

Callen, Thomas, laborer, Hill Point. 

Cunningham, William, merchant. Main street, lot 7. 

Cnrran, Michael, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 23, E. half. 

Gurry, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 28. 

Daily, Dennis, yeoman, 7th coaceasioo, part lot 33. 

Daily, Elizabeth, 8th concession, lot 36. 

Daily, Francis, yeoman, 9th conceMion, part lot 29. 

Daily, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 34. 

Daily, Timothy, yeoman, 7ih concession, part lot 33. 

Dale, Hugh, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 

Dale. Hugh, yeoman, John street W., lot 11. 

Dal«, James, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 6. 

Dale, Thomas, miller, John street W., 8, 9. 

Darby, Michael, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 40. 

Darby, Patrick, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 40. 

Darcy, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 37. 

Darcy, James, yeoman, Ist concession, lot 35. 

Darcy, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 38. 

Darcy, Thomas, yeoman, lat concession, S. R., part lot 27. 

Davenport, John, yeoraan, concession A, part lot 12 

Davenport, William, yeoman, concession A, part lot 0. 

Davies, John C, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 10. 

Davis, Philip, yeoman, Ist concession, N. R., part lot 14. 

Davis, Ruben, Innkeeper, Quints. 

Davis, Thomas, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 10. 

Davis, William H,, yeoman, 1st. conc*s4ion, S. R., part lot 14. 

Davy, Michael, preacher, concession A. , 

Dawson, Qeorge, jun., y>-oman, 3rd concession, part lot 23. 

Dawson, George, sen., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 23. 

Dawson, Lancet, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 23. 

Dawson, Margaret, 3rii concession, part lot 23. 

Dawson, William, blacksmith, 3rd conc^'ssinn, part lot 32. 

Deacy, Thos., yeoman, Ist concession, lots 27 and 28. 

Deans, John, Jan., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 5. 

Deans, Paul, yeoman, W. A., lot 8. 

Delyea, Alexander, yeoman, 4lh concession, lot 32. 

Demill, Fleet, yeoman, Ist concession, lot 8. 

Demill, Isaac, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 14. 

Dempsey, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 17. 

Denike, Andrew, yeonnan, 3rd concession, part lot 4. 



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Dlnneen, Jeremlab, yeooiiin, 2nd ooncetsion, part lot 16. 

01x00, John, Pboemaker, 2ad oonceasion, lot 35. 

Dolmar, John, yeoman, 9ib concession, pnrt lot 16. 

Doman, James, yeoman, 1st conofssion, part lot 1. 

Donogbue, Dennis, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 36. 

Donogbue, Florence, merchant, Deseronoa. 

Donoran, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 11. 

Donovan, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 

Dorans, Charles, yeoman, 7th concession, lot K. 

Doran, Daniel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 26. 

Doran, Philip, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 23. 

Dorland, Le^i, yeoman, 2o0 concession, lot 30. 

Dougherty, « jhn, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 9. 

Douglass, Joseph, laborer, Deseronca. 

Downing, James, wagonmaker, 2nd conceflsion, part lot 2t). 

Dowlin, John, yeoman, ?rd concession, pnrt lot 12. 

Downs, John, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 10. 

Dozsee, Geo. S., wagonmaker, main N-, lot 13. 

Dozsee, Samuel, yeoman, concession A, part lot 6. 

Dozsee, William, merchant, 3rd concession, part lot 32. 

Doztater, Richard, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 3. 

Doztater, Simon, yeoman, Ist concession, lot 7. 

Doztater, W. H., yeoman, 1st concession, lot 3. 

Doyle, Charles, yeoman, Srd concession, part lot 26. 

Doyle, John, yeoman, 3rd concesaion, part lot 16. 

Doyle, Margaret, widow, 3rd concession, part lot 32. 

Doyle, Martin, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 32. 

Doyle, Michael, yeoman, 6th concession, pnrt lot 31. 

Doyle, Patrick, yeoman, 2nd concession, N. R., part lot 20. 

Doyle, Thomas, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 16. 

Doyle, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 26 

Drewery, T. B., laborer, Millpoint. 

DriscoU, B., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 17. 

Driver, Edward, yeoman, concession A, part lot 18. 

Drummy, John, yeoman, A, lot 20. 

Drummy, Nicholas, yeoman, concession A, part lot 20. 

Drummy, Patrick, jeoman, concession A, part lot 20. 

Drummy, Patrick, yeoman. A, lot 23. 

Drnmmy, William, yeoman, concession A, part lot 20. 

Dryden, Charles A., laborer. Mill Point. 

Dry den, Thos., yeoman,.A, lot 4. 

Dryden, Thos., yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 38. 

Duffins, Felix, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 1. 

Duffin, Robert, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 1. 

Duncan, George, merchant, 3rd concession, part lot 15. 

Duncan, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 7. 

Dunning, Sylrester, yeoman, Ist concession, lot 6. 

Dunwoody, Charles H , yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 38. 

Danwoody, James, carilagemaker, 6th concession, part lot 38. 

Danwoody, William, carriagemaker, 6th concession, part lot 33. 

Eagle, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 3. 

Earle, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 40. 

Earle, Jane, 5th concession, lot 24. 

Eaton, Jacob, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 17. 

EflQe, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 24, 



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Egan, John, Teoman, fitb oonceulon, t/nrt lot 8. 

Egan, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concssaion, part lot 19. 

Egan, Thoniai, yeoman, 4tb oonceMion, part lot 16. 

Egan, Tbomaa, yeoman, 6tb coneeuion, part lot 19. 

Elmy, George, yeoaan, 8th coneeuion, part lot 13. 

Elmy, George, yeoman, 0th conceation, part lot 13. 

Elmy, Jamei, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 12. 

BImy, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 12. 

Elmy, John, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 11. 

Elmy, Robert, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 13. 

Embury, Andreir, carpenter, Ist concession, part lot 4. 

Emerson, Edward, yeoman, 9th concession, part lots 20 and 21. 

Emerson, James, yeoman, 4lh concession, part lot 12. 

Emerson, John, yeoman, 8ih concession, lots 2 and 12 

Emerson, John, yeoman, 9th concession, lots 20 and 21. 

Emerson, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 

Emmons, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 10. 

Emmons, Richard, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 11. 

Emmons, Thomas, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 11. 

Empy, Edward, yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 40. 

Empy, Fletcher, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 43. 

Empy, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 40. 

Empy, Nathaniel, yeoman, A, lot 42. 

English, Dizon> yeoman, 2nd cnncessivon, part lot 18. 

English, Francis, treasurer, yeoman, 2rid concession, part lot 18. 

English, John, jun., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 17. 

English, John, sen., yeoman, 7th conce.ision, part lot 39. 

English, Robert, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 17. 

English, William, yeoman, 7th conoenslcn, part lot 3 

Enright, Mrs. widow, 7th concession, lot 31. 

Ezceen, Royal, yeoman, 4th concession, pfirt lot 7. 

Fansworth, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 2. 

Fansworth, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, S. R., pt>rt lot 3. 

Fansworth, Zachariab, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot i. 

Fargy, James, yeoman, 8th concession, lot 10. 

Farley, James, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 4. 

Farrell, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 28. 

Farrell, Michael, yeoman, 8th concessiun, part lot 39. 

Farrell, Patrick, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 29. 

Fegan, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 27. 

Felsom, Hugh, yeoman, Deseronca. 

Ferrington, Dennis, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 15. 

Ferrington, Philip, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 15. 

Fiechy, Daniel, laborer, 7th concession, part lot 36. 

Fieghery, Daniel, yeoman, Ist concebsion, lot 38. 

Finan, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 29. 

Finnigan, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 39. 

Finnigan, Thomas, yeoman, 6th coucession, part lot 39. 

Fitehett, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, S. R., part lot 36. 

Fitzgerald, Daniel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 37: 

Fitzgerald, Edward, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 30. 

Fitzgerald, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 18. 

Flo<^, Martin, yeoman. A, part lot 16. 

Foley, Cornelius, yeoman, 7th concession, lot 7. 

Foley, Cornell, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 17. 



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Foley, DaoUI, yeoman, 8th oonceision, part lot 3. 
Foley, Janet, yeoman, 6th conceuion, part lot 10. 
Foley, Martin, yeoman, 8th oonceuion, part lot IS. 
Foot, Beniamin, yeoman, 4th oonoeesion, lot 40. 
Foot, William A., yeoman, 3rd conceuion, lot 32. 
Forde, John, yeoman, 7th oonceiiion, part lot 36. 
Forde, Michael, yeoman, 6th conceuion, part lot 81. 
Forde, Mortimer, yeoman, 7th conceuion, lot 36. 
Forde, Patrick, yeoman, 5th concesiion, part lot 31. 
Fordham, Abram, yeoman. A, part lot 39. 
Fordham, Oideon, yeoman. A, part lot 39. 
Forrester, Jamei, 3rd concession, part lot 20. 
Fox, Henry, yeoman, 2nd conceuion, lot 23. 
Fox, Isaac, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 23. 
Fox, W. D., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 23. 
Foxen, John, yeomap, &th cr ^cession, part lot 16. 
Frawley, Michael, yeoman, .th concession, part lot 17. 
Frawley, Mrs., widow, 8th concession, pari lot 17, 
Frazier, Duncan, yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 82. 
Freeman, John, yeoman, 9lh concession, part lot 2S. 
Fretts, David E., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 36. 
Fretts, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, N. R., part lot 35. 
Frizzell, Oharles, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 40. 
Frost, Simon, yeoman, ?th concession, part lot II. 
Fry, Charles, yeomau, 5th concession, part lots 2 and 3. 
Fullerton, Joseph, inukoeper, Mill Town. 
Gaflfiry, Daniel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 26. 
Qalt, John, veoman, 6th concession, part lot 39. 
Oamon, Richard, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 16. 
Qarner, Mary, Quints, lot 71. 
Garrett, G., yeoman. A, lot 22. 
Garret, John, yeoman, 6th conceuion, part lot 33. 
Garrison, Caleb, yeoman, 4lh concession, part lot 6. 
Garrison, George, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 3. 
Gartland, James, carpenter, 1st concession, part lot 29. 
Gaul, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 39. 
Gebes, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, lots 44 and 46. 
German, Garrett, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 37. 
German, George, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 23, 
German, John, yeoman, isi concession, lot 3. 
German, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 39. 
Gibson, John, yeoman, Rth concession, part lot 20. 
Gibson, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 23. 
Gibson, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, lot 19. 
Gibson, William, yeoman, 9th concession, lot 6. 
Giddes, James, yeoman, concession A, lot 1. 
Giddes, Samuel, yeoman, concession A, part lot 2. 
Glass, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 11. 
Glass, James, jun., yeoman, 6th concession, part, lot 6. 
Goodfellow, Joseph, yeoman, 8ih conceuion, part I Jt 24. ' 
Goodfellow, Robert, yeoman, 8ih concession, part lot 22. 
Gordon, George, yeoman, concession A, part lot 25. 
Gordon, James, yeoman, 6th concession, lots 20, 22 and 23. 
Gordon, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 23. 
Oorasline, R. C, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 15. 



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Ootonf, Oobj, laborer, Mill Point. 

OoDld, Jamei, reoman, 8rd conoeulon, part lot 89. 

Goold, Levi, yeoman, 3rd conccsiluu, ^rt lot 8S. 

Oould, Ptter, merchant, 3rd conceuioo, lot 32. 

Ooald, Tbomae, yeoman, lit conceiilon, part lot 88. 

Oould, William, yeoman, 8rd conceuion, part lot 89. 

Oonlden, Anthony, yeoman, 8th coneeuion, lot 33. 

Qracy, Edward, yeoman. A, lota 52 and 84. 

Graey, Edward, Iabor«r, Mill Point. 

Oracy, Ferrii, laborer, Deseronoa. 

Graham, James, yeoman, 2nd conceuion, N. R., part lot 26. 

Grant, William, cooper, 3rd concession, part lot 36. 

Graves, Luke, laborer, Milltown. 

QraTCS, Reuben, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 15. 

Gray, Thomas, yeoman, 8tb conceasion, lot 18. 

Gray, William, yeoman, 8th concesaion, lot 18. 

Orcaham, James H., yeoman, concession A, lot 12. 

Orier, Archibald, jet>va»a, 1st concession, lot 1. 

Griffin, Timothy, Jun., yeoman, fith concession, part lot 84. 

Griffin, Timothy, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 34. 

Gulden, Andrew, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 

Gnllett, George, miller, let concession, lot 10. 

Haight, Benjamin, blachsuith, 3rd conoession, part lot 32. 

Haight, Marril, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3. 

Haight, Philip, yeoman, 2nd oonoesrion, part lot 15. 

Haight, Robert, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 15. 

Haight, Robinson, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 

Hailey, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 37. 

Hall, William, yeoman, 10th conceasion, part lot 37. 

Halstead, Mrs. Nancy, widow, 5th concession, part lot 6k 

Halsted, David, yeoman, 7ih concession, part lot 5. 

Halsted, Stephen, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 6. 

Hamilton, Alexander, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 

Hamilton, John, yeoman, 7th conc^'ssion, part lot 4. 

Hamilton Patrick, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 

Hamilton, Robert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 

Hamilton, Robert yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 

Hamilton, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 4. 

Hamilton, Robert, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 

Hanly, Dennis, jun., yeoman, Stli concession part lot 22. 

Hanly, Dennis, yeoman, 5lh concession, part lot 21. 

Hanly, John, yeoman, 6tb concession, lot 21. 

Hanly, John 0., yeoman, 6th concession, lots 18 and 21. 

Hanly, William,, Tccman, 4tb concession, part lot 18. 

Hannafio, Jeremiiih, yeoman, 1st concession, S. R., part lot 6^ 

HannaOn, Timothy, yeoman, 1st concesison, part lot 19. 

Hardy, Wiliiain, yeoman, 1st concession, S. R., part lot 2. 

Harking, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 

Harkins, Thomas, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 

Hurra, Rodger 0., yeoman, 8th concession, lots 35 and 36. 

Harrigan, Jeremiah, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 31. 

Harrigan, Michael, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 36. 

Harrigan, Timothy, yeomab, 91 b conoession part lot 32. 

Harris, James, yeoman, 7th conoession, part lot 6. 

Harris, John R., carpenter, 3rd concession part lot 19« 



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Hart, John, yeoman, concession A, part lot I ] , 

Hart, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 29. 

Hart, Martin, yeoman, 7th ooocassion, part lot 30. 

Hart, Samuel, yeoman, 6th concession, lot 2. 

Haslet, Daniel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 28. 

Hawley, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 

Hawly, Gibson, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 18. 

Hays, Dennis, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 25. 

Hays, Jeremiah, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 23. 

Hays, John, shoemaker, 5th concession, part lot 16. 

Hays, Joseph, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 22. 

Hazle, Thomas, yeoman. 7tb concession, part lot 37. 

FefTerman, Timothy, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 

^efferman, Timothy, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 34. 

Henright, Patrick, yeoman, 7 th concession, part lot 31. 

Herald, Dennis, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 15. 

Hicks, Samuel, yeonuin, 6th concession', part lot 31. 

Hickerson, William, >eoman, 2nd concession, S. R., part lot 20. 

Hicks, Abraham, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 12. 

Hicks, Alexander, yeuman, 1st concession, part lot 12. 

Hicks, Peter, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 12. 

Hickerson, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, lot'21. 

Hill, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 23. 

Hill, William, yeoman, concession A, part lot 33. 

Hinch, Augustus, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 36. 

Hincney, Nathaniel, yeoman, concession A, lot 17. 

Hodgen, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 8. 

Hodgens, John, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 8. 

Hogun, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 18. 

Hogden, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 

Holden, Thomas, barrister, 1st concession, lot 8. 

Hoilaran, Bernard, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 29. 

Holiaran, Edward, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 20. 

Hoilaran, Martin, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 19. 

HoUinswortb, Edward, yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 15. 

Hopkins, John, 6th concession, part lot 22. 

How, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 5, 6 and 7. 

Howard, Herman, shoemaker, 2nd concession, part lot 2. 

Howard, Lent, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 1. 

Howardj^Stepben, shoemaker, 2nd concession, lots 32 and 33. 

Howe, Simon, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. 

Howe, William, yeoman, Ist concession, S. R., part lot 10. 

liuwe, William, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 15. 

Howell, Richard, yeoman, 1st concession, N. R., part lot 3. 

Howison, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 17. 

Howston, William, yeoman, concession A, lot 17. 

Hudson, Charles, blacksmith, 8th concession, p&rt lot 1. 

Hudson, Nathan, yeoman, Deseronca. 

Huffman, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Hufiman, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 1. 

Hughes, Timothy, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 31. 

Hughes, Mrs., widow, 3th concession, lot 27. 

Hunt, John, yecman, 7th concession, part lot 21. 

Hurly, Dennis, jua., yeoman, concession A, part lot 16. 

Hurly, Dennis, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 16. 



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Hurlj, Jeremiah, jreomaD, 2ad concession, part lot 16. 
Hayche, Isaac, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 14. 
Jackson, Henry, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 16. 
-Jackson, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 20. 
Jacobs, James, laborer, Ist concession, part lot 26. 
■Jenkins, William, shoemaker, 2ad concession, lots 12 and 14. 
Johnson, Alfred, yeoman, 1st concession, lot 9. 
Johnson, Archibald, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 23. 
Johnson, Conrad, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 26. 
Johnson, Jacob, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 26. 
Johnson, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 
Johnson, John, yeonaan, concession A, part lot 35. 
Johnson, Mordecai, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 13. 
Johnson, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 18. 
Jones, David P., yeoman, 2nd concession, lots 13 and 5. 
Jones, Mrs., widow, 6th concession, part lot 2. 
Jones, Richard, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 34. 
Jones, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 35. 
Jordan, James, jun., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 31. 
Jordan, James, sen., yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 21. 
Jordan, Tohn, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 20. 
Jordan, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 19. 
Joyce, Qeorgp, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 13. 
Joyce, Valentine, yeomi»<i, 7th concession, part lot 13. 
Joyce, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 8. 
Kealy, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part 7. 
Keenan Maurice, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 12. 
Keecan, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
Keecan, Thomas, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 12. 

Keefe, Darid, 0., yeoman, 1st concession, lot 15. 
£e>Iar, Michael, yeoman, concession A, part lot 37. 

Kelly, Albert B., yeoman, concession A, part lot 38. 

Kelly, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 33. 

Kelly, John, sen., yeoman, G. T., station, Shannonville. 

Kelly, John, Jan., shoemaker, 1st concession, S. R., part lot 33. 

Kelly, Robert, yeoman, concession A, part lot 18. 

Kelly, Thomas, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 33. 

Kelly, TuOmas T., yeoman, 5th concession, lot 36. 

Kelly, William, yeoman, 4lb concession, part lot 11. 

Kelly, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 33. 

Kemp, John, Station Master, Tyendinaga. 

Kenny, Martin, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 30. 

Kenny, William, carpenter, Ist concession, part lot 30. 

Keys, George, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 34. 

Kimerly, Adam, yeoman, concession A, lats 34, 35 and 36. 

Kilmarry, Obristopher, 1st concession, part lot 30. 

Kilmurry, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 30. 

Kilmurry, Joseph, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 30. 

Kilmurry, Peter, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 30. 

Kilmarry, Thomas, 1st concession, part lot 30. • 

Kilty, Dennis, yeoman, 2nd soncession, part lot 21. 

Kilty, Patrick, carpenter, 2nd concession, part lot 21. 

Kimerly, Andrew, laborer, Deseronca. 

Kimerly, Oharles, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 36. 

£imerly, Garrett, laborer, Deseronca. 



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Kimerly, Peter, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 36. 

Kimerly, William, laborei, Deseronca. 

King, Jainies, yeoman, Stti concession, part lot 35. 

Kin/ uter, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 35. 

KiL^eer, John, 4tb concession, part lot 35. 

Kinneer, Joseph, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 1. 

Lally, James, yeoiQan, 5th concession, part lot 7. 

Lally, John, yeuman, 4th concession, part lot 7. 

Lally, Laurence, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 7. 

Lally, Michael, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 7. 

Lally, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concessinn, part lot 20. 

Lamaphier, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 31. 

Lamphier, John, yeoman, 1st concession, lots 31 and 32. 

Lansing, Peter, blaclcsmitb, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Larkin, Mrs., widow, 7th concession, part lot 29. 

Larnen, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. 

Latchfield, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 

Latchfield, Joseph, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 

Latchford, John, sen., yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 4. 

Lazier, James, miller, 3rd concession, part lot 32. 

Lazier, John, manufacturer. 3rd concession, part lot 32. 

Lazier, William, jun., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 5. 

Leeby, Timothy, yeoman. 1st concession, lot 24. 

Lebane, Michael.yeoman, Ist concession, part jot 21. 

Lebane, Michael, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 31. 

Ler 'ban, John, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 28. 

Leniban, Michael, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 27. 

Lenox, Uenry J., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 17. 

Lenox, Robert, blacksmith, 2nd concession, N. R., part lot 15. 

Leonord, Matthew, yeoman, 8th concession, fart lot 37. 

Leroy, Charles, yeoman, concession, A, lot 6. 

Leslie, Adam, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 14. 

Leverton, James, yeoman, let concession, S. R., part lot 8. 

Leverton, Waltham, yeomaj, Ist concession, E. half lot 8. 

Lewis, John, mason, concession. A., lot 19. 

Lewis, Thomas, tailor, Ist concession, part lot 36. 

Littles, George, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 32. 

Little, Albert, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 

Little, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 15. 

Little, Joseph, laborer, Ist concession, ;iart lot 14. 

Little, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 14. 

Lindsay, George, laborer. Mill Point. 

Lindsay, Isaac, laborer. Mill Point. 

Lloyd, Adam, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 2. 

Lloyd, Henry, yeoman, Tih concession, part lot 2. 

Lloyd, Lester, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 2. 

Long, Gharle?, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 6. 

Long, Gbas,, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 37. 

Long, Joel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 6. 

Long, Thomas, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 5, 

Lougbey, Jame?, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 15. 

Lougbey, Williaaa, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 

Loux, Gtarles, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 37. 

Lucas, George, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 34. 

Lucas, Pbineas, yeoman, 2nd concession, lot 34. 



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LumminB, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 9. 

Lyman, 0. P., merchant, Ist concession, part lot 21. * 

LymaD, 0. P., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 23. 

Lyns, Richard, carpenter, 2ud concession, lot 7 and 10. 

Mabee, James, yeoman, 4th concension, part lot 32. 

Maclcy, Oornelias, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 24. 

Macky, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part let 7. 

Maclcy, Rer.Jlichael, Roman Oatholio, 1st concession, part lot 24. 

Maclcy, Richard, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 4. .. 

Maclc/, Richard, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 7, 

Mahone, James, yeoman, 4th conceasion, part lot 31. 

Mahone, Patriclc, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 31. 

Mahone, Patriclc, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 33. 

Malia, Patriclc, ><ioman, 1st concession, S. R., pnrt lot 6. 

Malone, Lawrence, yeoman, 5th co cession, part lot 29. 

Malone, Michael, yeoman, 8th concessiuo, part lot 37. 

Marcom, Richard, yeoman, N. N., part lot 10. 

Marigan, John, yeoman, MillPoint. 

Mark, John yeoman, concession A, part lot 12. 

Mark, John, yeoman, concession A, part ' t 20. 

Mark, Robert, yeoman, MillPoint. 

Marricle, Mrs. S., widow, concession A, part lot 62. 

Marsh, Jacob, yeoman, concession A, part lot 25. 

Martin, Ichabod, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 36. 

Martin, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 11. 

Martin, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 36. 

Martin, William, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 16. 

Maxwell, Alexander, yeoman, MillPoint. 

Maxwell, John, school, teacher, 7th concession, part lot 17. 

Mayes, Samuel, yeoman, 2nd concession, S. R., part lot 20. 

Meagher, Daniel, tailor, 2nd concession, part lot 28. 

Meagher, James, yeoman 2nd concession, part lot 24. ^ 

Meagher, James, yeoman, 6 th concession, part lot 29. 

Meagher, James, jun., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 29. 

Meagher, James S., yeoman, 2nd concession part lot 34. 

Meagher, John 0., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 34. 

Meagher, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 27. 

Meagher, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 34. 

Meagher, Patrick, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 24. 

Meagher, Patrick, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 34. 

Meagher, Thomas, sawyer, 3rd concession part lot 39. 

Meagher, William, yeoman, 3rd oonsesaion, part lot 34. . 

Meather, yeoman, Archibald, 5th concession, part lot 1. 

Mellon, George, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 9. 

Miller, Henry, yeoman, concession A, part lot 21. 

Miller, John, yeoman, concession A, part lot 21. 

Milligan, Alfred, T^eoman, 3rd concession, part lot 15. 

Milligan, John, yeothan, 3rd concession, part lot 15. 

Milligan, Peter, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 15. 

Mills, Alexander, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 26. 

Mills, Robert, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 38. 

Morden, Daniel, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 15. 

Morden, Emanuel, yeonan, 1st concession, part lot 7. 

Morden, Henry, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 18. 

Morden, Israel, yeoman, 3rd concession, par lot 15. 



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Hcrdeo, Joseph, yeoman, 6th oonoeisioD, part lot 5. 

Morden, Joseph, F., yeoman, 2oi concession, N. B., part lot 19. 




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Mott, Isaac, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 4. 
Mott, Jacob, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 4. 
Mott, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 
Mott, Jonas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3. 
Mott, Oliver, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3. 
Moult, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 5. 
Moult, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 6. 
Mounting, Albert, laborer, 1st concession, part lot 39' 
Mounting, David, yeoman, concession A, lot 37. 
Mowerson, John, yeomaU;, 3rd concession, part lot 13. 
MuUany, Jamed, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 32. 
MuUin, Felix, yeoman, 1st concession, N. R., part lot 20. 
Mundlf , Nancy, widow, 3rd concession, part lot 20. 
Mnndie, William, shoemaker, 3rd concession, part lot 20 
Munroe, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 18. 
Murphy, Bernard, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 34. 
Murphy, Francis, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 13. 
Murphy, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 32. 
Murphy, James, jun., yeoman, concession A, part lot 23. 
Murphy, James, sen., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 
Murphy, James, yeoman, 1st conceasien, part lot 34. 
Murphy, Jeremiah, yeoman, 5 th concession, part lot 26- 
Marphy, John, yeoman, 1st coneession, part lot 12. 
Murphy, John, yeeman, 5th concession, part lot 29. 
Murphy, Martin, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 
Murphy, Martin, y»oman, 1st concession, lot 13. 
Murphy, Martin, yeoman, concession A, part lot 8. 
Murphy, Mlchaelf yeoman, 4th concession, partlot 32: 
Murphy, Mortimer, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 36. 
Murphy, Stephen, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 37. 
Murphy, Timothy, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 26. 
Murray, Alexander, yeoman, 7th concession, partlot 10. 
Murray, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 28. 
Murray, James, jun., yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 28. 
Murray, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 20. 
Murray, Patrick, yoeman- 3rd concession, part lot 24, 
McCambridge, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 34. 
McGance, James, merchant, concession D., 1 Block N. 
McCarron, Neil, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 32. 
McCarron, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, partlot 32. 
McCarthy, Carlton, yeonan, 3rd concession, part lot 2. 
McCarthy, Florence, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 38. 
McCarthy, John, yacmaa, 3rd concession part lot 28. 
McCarthy, Michael, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 38. 
McCawlej, Bernard, yeoman, 3rd concession, lot 27. 
McOawley, Daniel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 32. 
McCawley, John, yeoman, 2nd concession. Jot 33. 
McGonnell, Mary, 4th concession, part lot 20. 
MjCormick, Daniel, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 24. 
McCormick, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 22. 



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McCormick, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 33. 
McCrary, William, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 5. 
McCrary, William, yeoman, HUlPoint. 
McOullough, Alexander, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 39. 
McGallougb, Charles, concession A, part lot 32. 
HcCullougb, David, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 38. 
McCuUough, Heury, yeoman, 4tb cot cessicn, part lot 40. 
HcGuUough, James, blacksmith, 3rd concession, part lot 29. 
McCuUough, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 38. 
McCullough, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 36. 
McGuUoagh, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 38. 
McCullough, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 37. 
McOullough, Mitchell, yeoman, 4ih concession, part lot 36. 
McCullough, Thomas, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 38. 
McOullough, William, 3rd concession, part lot 28. 
McCuUough, William, yeoman 4th concession, part lot 33 . 
McDermott, Bernard, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 26. 
McDermott, Michael, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 26. 
McDole, John, yeoman, concession, A, lot 22. 
McDonnell, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
McDonnell, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 37. 
McFarlan, Donald, yeoman, 2nd concession part lot 8. 
McFarlan, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 24. 
McFarlane, John, Jan., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 7. 
McFarlan, Robt., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lo. 26. 
McFarlane, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 
•McFern, John, sen., yeoman, 3rd concisaion, part lot 26. 
McGee, R. J., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 20. 
McOinn, John, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 16. 
McOinnis, Bernard, yeoman, Ist concession, part lots 38 and 39. 
McGinnis, Bernard, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 29. 
McGinnis, Bernard, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 24. 
McOinnis, Hugh, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 23. 
McGinnis, James, carpenter, 3rd concession, part lot 32. 
McGinnis, James, .t soman, 6th concession, part lot 17. 
McGinnis, John, <: arpenter, 3rd concession, part lot 32. 
McGinnis, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 29. 
McGinnis, Michael, jun., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 30. 
McGinnis, Michael, sen., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 39. 
McGinnis, Patrick, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 30. 
McGinnis, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 30. 
McGoff, Arthur, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 17. 
McGoff, Arthur, tailor, 4ib concession, part lot 23. 
McGoff, Thomas, yeoman, 4ih concession, part lot 23. 
McGurn, Hugh, 2nd •oncession, part lot 31. 
McGurn, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 27. 
McGurn, Joseph, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 27. 
McGurn, Michael, yeooian, 6th concession, part lot 25. 
McGurn, Thos., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9. 
McGurn, William, jun., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 30. 
McKenney, J. G., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 13. 
McEenny, Edward, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 13. 
McKenney, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 16. 
McKenney, Thomas, yeaman, 2nd concession, part lot 13. 
McKinens, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 26. 



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McLaren, Alexander, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 9. 

McLaren, Alexander, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 19. 

McLaren, Oharles, yeoman, 3rd concession, park 18. 

McLaren, James, carpenter, 3rd concession, part lot 1 9. 

McLaren, William:, yeoman, 3rd, conoessio!:>, part lot 4. 

McLoughlan, T/illiam, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 26. 

McMichael, E,andet, yeoman, 2nd concession/' part lots 11 and 12. 

McMicbael, Robert, carpenter, 9ih concession, part lot 2. 

McVullen, Thos., yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 27. 

McMurchy, David, yeoman, T. 0. 

McMurchy, \i .'Mam, yeoman, T. 0. 

McHurray, Robt., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 33. 

McMarray, William, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 33. 

McNeill, Daniel, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 40. 

NcNeill, Edmond, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 36. 

McNeill, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 37. 

McNeill, Joseph, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 36. 

McRae, Alexander, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 33. 

McTaggart, George, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 38. 

McTaggart, Joseph, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 38. 

McVicker, Daniel, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9. 

McViclcer, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 26. 

McVicker, John, yeuman, 2nd concession, part lot 26. 

McVicker, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot J4. 

Napbin, Bartholomew, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 26. 

Naphin, Daniel, trader, 6tb concession, part lot 19. 

Napbin, Darby, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 26. 

Naphin, Dominick, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 25. 

Napbin, James, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 27. 

Napbin, Martin, yeoman, 9tb concession, part lot 26. 

Napbin, Patrick, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 26. 

Nasb, Patrick, innkeeper, 3rd concession, part lot 32. 

NaTin, Peter, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 16. 

Naylor, Andrew, yeoman, K. St. B , lot 9. 

Nayior, Edward, yeoman, K. St. E., lot 8. 

Naylor, Francis, yeoman, concession A, part lot 34. 

Naylor, Thomas, yeoman, Mill Point. 

Nealoo, Dennis, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 24. 

Nealon, Michael, Jan., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 25. 

Nes1'>n, Michael, sen., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 26. 

Nealon, Joseph, carpenter, Ist concession, part lot 25. 

Nolan, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 30. 

Nolan, Michael, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 1. 

Nolan, Michael, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 1. 

Oakley, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 7. 

Oakley, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 9. 

dates, William, 1st concession, part lot 39. 

O'Brien, John, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 22. 

O'Leary, Daniel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 13. 

O'Leary, Dennis, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 10. 

O'Leary, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 13. 

O'Leary, John, yeoman, 6th concsssioc, part lot 16. 

O Leary, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 

O Leary, Timothy, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 13. 

Oliver Christopher, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 13. 



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OliTer, Oornelias, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 37. 

Oliver, Paul, jeoman, concession A, part lot 38. 

Oliver, Reuben, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 36. 

Oliver, William, yeoman, 2n(l concession, S. R., part lot 13. 

O'Xeill, Bryan, yeomar<., 9th concession, part lots 37 and 38. 

O'Neill, John, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 1, 

O'Ree, Ja: es, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 16. 

Orr, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 

Orr, Robert, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 33. 

Osborn, Dbrland, 2nd concession, N. R., part lot 16. 

Osborn, Nathan, laborer, 6th concession, part lot 38. 

Osborn, RicharJ, yeomnn, 5th conces-<ion, part lot 24. 

Osborn, Robert, yeoman, 2nd concession, N. R., part lot 16. 

Osborn, Robert, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 23. 

Osborn, Samuel, yeoman, 3rd concession, N. R., part lot 11. 

Osborne, Finley, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 33. 

O'Sullivan, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 27. 

Pake, Amos, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 2. 

Palmer, George S., jun., yeoman, Ist concession, N. R., part lot 12. 

Palmer, James, bladcrqiith, 4th concession, part lot 2. 

Palmer, John, jun., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 8. 

Palmer, John, yeoman, 2nd conco-sion, S. 11., part lots 8 and 9. 

Palmer, Obediah, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 13. 

Palmer, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 10. 

Palmer, Victor, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 6. 

Parfit, Mrs., widow, 6th concession, part lot 11. 

Parks, Elias, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 3. 

Parks, James, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 3. 

Parliament, James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 5. 

Parnham, William, yeoman, laborer, Mill Point. 

Pasbley, Benjamin, yeoman, 1st concession, N. R., part lot 18. 

Pashley, Jonas, yeoman, 2nd concession, N. R., part lot 15. 

Patrick, George Kirk, blacksmith, 2nd concession, part lot 11. 

Patterson, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 35. 

Patterson, Joseph, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 35. 

Patterson, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 35; 

Pearsal, William C, laborer, 2nd concession, part lot 7. 

Pearsall, Amos, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 7. 

Pearsall, Peter, yeoman, 2nd concession, S. R., part lot 7. 

Pearsall, Sanders, veon^an, 2nd concession, S. R., part lot 7. 

Pbillipot, Edward, yeoman, W. B. Rathbun. 

Phillip?, Elisha, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 3. 

Phillips, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 

Phillips, Jonns, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 3. 

Pitman, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 7. 

Pitman, Russell, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 7. 

PiU, Nicholas, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 22. 

Portt, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 23. 

Portt, Mary Ann, widow, 4th concession, part lot 46. 

Portt, Robert, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 17. 

Portt, William, yeoman, concession A, part lot 23. 

Powers, Catherine, 4th concession, part lot 8. 

Powers, Edmond, yeoman, let concession, part lot 34. 

Powers, Edward, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 16. 

Powers, John, blacksmith, 5th concession, part lot 15. 



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Powers, John, yeoman, 5lh concession, part lot 12. 
Powers, Michael, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 29. 
Powers, William, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 15. 
Powles, David, yeoman, concession A, part lots 29 and 30. 
Pringle, Abraham, carpenter, 8rd concession, part lot 30, 
!?ringle, James, yeomat., 3rd concession, part lot 32. 
Purdy, H., yeoman, 5lh concession, lot 6. 
Pardy, Sylvester, yeoman, 5th concession, pnrt lot 5. 
Rambangh, John M., yeoman, concession A, part lot 12. 
Rambaugh, Simon, yooman, concession A, part lot 23. 
Bandall, A. B., wagon maker, 2nd concession, part lot 8. 
Randall, Mrs., widow, concession A, part lot 16. 
Randall, William, tailor, 3rd concession, purt lot 32. 
Rathbun, B. B. & E. W., lumbermen, Mill Point. 
Rathmire, William, yeoman, concession A, part lot 16. 
Ray, Irvine, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 38. 
Rawley, William Henry, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 
Rawley, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 8. 
Rea, James, yeoman, concession A, part lots 9 and 10. 
Read, Joseph, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 12. 
Read, Nancy, 1st concession, part lot 12. 
Read, R. C. yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 
Reed, Alexander, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 
Reed, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lots 33 & 34. 
Reed, Jacob, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 4. 
Reed, John, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 12. 
Reed, Ketcheson, yeoman, 6tb concession, part lot 6. 
Reed, Robert, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 
Reynolds, James, yeomau, 6th concession part lot 16. 
Reynolds, John, teacher, 4th concession, part Jot 12. 
Reynolds, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 1. 
Reynolds, John, yeoman, 5tlj concession, part lot 12. 
Reynolds, Samuel, shoemfcker, 1st concession, part lot 1. 
Richards, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 23. 
Ring, Matthew, yeoman, 8tb concession, part lot 28. 
Roach, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, N. R., part lot 40. 
Roach Michael, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 27. 
Roberts, Albert W., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 8. 
Roberts, A. L., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 25. 
Roberts, Lewis A., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 26. 
Robinson, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 33. 
Robinson, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 10. 
Robinson, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 8. 
Robinson & Lyons, concession A, part lots 7 and 8. 
Robinson, Robert, minister, 2nd concession, lots 8 and 9. 
Robinson, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 3. 
Roblin, Oweu, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 4. 
Roblin, Stephen, yeoman, concession A, part lots 5 and 6. 
Roblin, Wm. H., yeoman, 2nd concession, pnrt lot 4. 
Roddy, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 18. 
Rodgers, Francis, yeoman, concession A, part lot 13. 
Rodgers, Martin, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 25. 
Ross, Abraham, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 9. 
Ross, Borland, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1. 
Ross, Gilbert, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1. 



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Ross, James, jeoman, 3rd ooocession, part lot 1. 

Rofc.<<, James, morobant, 3rd concession, part lot 32. 

Ross, John, merchant, 3rd concession, part lot 32. 

Ross, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 4. 

Ross, Merritt, yeoman, 2ad concession, part lot 0. 

Ross, Philip, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1. 

Ross, Richard, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 1 . 

Ross, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 39. 

Ross, William, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 9. 

Rnttan, Henry, yeoman, 5tb concession, part lot 3. 

Ryan, Dennis, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 18. 

Ryan, James, yeoman, 1st concession, pnrt lot 31. 

Ryan, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 34. 

Ryan, Michael, yeoman, * i concession, part lot 18. 

Ryan, Michael, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 29. 

Ryan, Patrick, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 18. 

Ryan, William, yeoman. Mill Point. 

Ryan, Timothy, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 22, 

Sager, Jacob, vierk, concession A, part lot 39. 

Sager, Jacob, yeoman, Deseronca. 

Sager, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 36. 

Sager, S., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 36. 

Sanderson, Qeorge, yeoman, concession A, part lot 28. 

Sanford, Simon, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lut 6. 

Scally, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 21. 

Scanlon, Bernard, sen., yeoman, 1st concession part lot 32. 

Scanlon, Bernard, jun., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 33. 

Scanlon, Oharles, yeoman, Ist concession, part loc 33. 

Schermerhorn, Glereland, yeoman, 3rd concession, part. 

Scbermerhorn, Henry, yeoman, ist concession, N. R., part lot 31. 

Schermerhorn, John, yeoman, 3rd concfssion, part lot 32. 

Scott, Christopher, yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 5. 

Scott, Henry, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 38. 

Scott, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 16, 

Scott, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 39. 

Scrimshaw, Daniel, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 35. 

Scrimshaw, Isaac, yeoman, concession A, part lot 3. 

Scrimshaw, William, yeoman, Deseronra. 

Sexsmith, Michael, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 36. 

Sexsmith, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lots 21 and 22. 

Sexsmith, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 39. 

Sexsmith, William, yeoman, concession A, part lot 19. 

Sexsmith, William, yeoman, 4th concession, par lot 40. 

Shannon, Felix, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 7. 

Shannon, Philip, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 1. 

Shannon, Thomas, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 7. 

Shannon, William, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 1. 

Shaughnessy, John, 3rd concession, part lot 16. 

Shaughnessy, Morgan, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 16. 

Shaughnessy, William, 7th concession, part lot 34. 

Shaw, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 14. 

Shaw, Samuel, innkeeper, Shannonrille. 

Shea, David, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 21. 

Shea, Hannah, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 20. 

Sbearnan, Qeorge, 3rd concession, part lot 3. 



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Shieran, Patrick, yeoman, 8lh concession, pt.rt lot 27, 
Shioran, Patrick, yeoman, 8th concession, pan lot 26. 
Shiernan, John, yeoman, 7tb concession, part lot 36. 
Shiernan, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 27. 
Simpson, James, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 20. 
Simpson, James, yeoman, 5th ooncession, part lot 30. 
Simmons, Oonrad, blacksmith, Deseronca* 
Simpkins, James, yeoman, 2nu concession, lot 10. 
Sixsmith, George, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 39. 
Skeely, John, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 21. 
Smith, Oaleb, B., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 34. 
Smith, Obarles, yeoman, 4th concession, part lots. 
Smith, Daniel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 27. 
Smith, Henry, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 40. 
Smith, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 2. 
Smith, James, yeoman, Gth concession, part lot 27. 
Smith, James, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 20. 
Smith, John, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 23, 
Smith, John, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 30. 
Smith, Mrs., widow, 3rd concession, part lot 27. 
Smith, Thomas J., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 35. 
Smith, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 
Spencer, Sarah, 3rd concession, purt lot 32. 
Sprague, Smith 0., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 2. 
Sprague, Smith, yeoman, let concession, part lot 2. 
Sprung, Daniel, yeoman, 4th concession, par lot 17. 
Stafford, Peter, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 38. 
Stafford, Philip, yeoman, iMili Point. 
Stanhope, Robt, yeoman, 2nd concession, par lot 16. 
Stapley, Joseph, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 8. 
Stapley, Joseph, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 5. 
Stapley, Joseph, yeoman, 9th concession, nart lot 6. 
Stapely, John, yeoman, 7th concess')n, part lot 9. 
Stapely, John, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 8. 
Stewart, John, yeoman, Sth concession, part lot 2. 
Stewart, Morgan, yeorann, concession A, part lot 36. 
Stewart, Mrs. Ann H., widow, 3rd concession, part lot 36. 
Sticknty, Keuben, yeoman, Isi concession, S. R., part lot 1. 
Stiekney, Thos. F., yeoman, 1st concession. 
Stratton, Abner, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot o. 
Sullivan, Daniel, yeoman, 9th coic^ssion, part lot 33. 
Sullivan, Dennis, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 9. 
Sullivan, John, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 34. 
Sullivan, Michael, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 23. 
Sullivan, Timothy, yeoman, 9th concession, nart lot 36. 
Summerb, Robert, yeoman, 4th concession, p^ t lot 40. 
Swales, R.nj., yeoman, Stli concession, part lot 1. 
Sweeney, Oi.as., yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 31. 
Sweeney, Ohi'rles, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 28. 
Sweeney, Mar/aret, widow, 1st concession, part lot 29. 
Sweeney, Mic.iael, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 23. 
Sweeney, Michael, J. P., yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 29. 
Sweeney, Miles, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 31. 
Sweeney, Patrick, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 28. 
Sweeney, Thomas, 2nd concession, part lot 26. 



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Taylor, LouUa. 2ad conoeasion, part lot 0. 
Taylor, Samuel D., yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 4. 
ThompioD, George, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 14. 
Thompson, Howiaon, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
Thompson, James, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 14. 
Thompson, Philip, yeoman, 2nd concession, S. R., part lot 14. 
Thompson, Robert, yeoman, 4tli concession, part lot 12. 
Tierney, Nicholas, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 22. 
Tighe, John, blacksmith, 6 concession, pnrt lot .?'j. 
Tighe, Michael, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 30. 
Tighe, Patrick, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 30 
Tighe, Peter, yeoman, 6th concet>8ion, part lot 30. 
Toby, Francis, yeoman, lat concession, part lot 38. 
Todd, John, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 7. 
Toner, Francis, yecnan, 4'h concession, part lot 33. 
Toner, H., yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 19. 
Topping, John, yeoman, 2nd concession, S. R., part lot 2S. 
Tracy, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 0. 
Trainer, Bainey, yeoman. Mill Point. 
Trainer, Bernard, yeoman, concession A, part lot 40. 
Tricky, Stephen, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 45. 
Tripp, Oalvin, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 17. 
Tripp, David, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Tripp, Israel, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 19. 
Tripp, Joseph, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot }9, 
Tripp, Richard, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 19. 
Tripp, Samuel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 10. 
Tucker, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 30. 
Tullougb, William, yeoman, 3rd concession, pnrt lot 39. 
Vanalstiue, J. B., yeoman, concession A, part lot 46. 
Vance, Henry, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 29. 
Vance, Samuel, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 17. 
Vance, Samuel, yeoman, lr,t concession, part lot 29. 
Vance, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 18. 
Vancott, John, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 4. 
Vandervoort, iohn M., wheelwright, Mill Town. 
Vandewaters, Nelson, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 3. 
Vaumear, Jeremiah, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 10. 
Vanmear, Johc, yeoman, 2nd cowccssion, part lot 11. 
Vanmear, Nathaniel, 2nd concession, part lot 12. 
Walker, Daniel, yeoman, concession A, part lot 31. 
Walker, Robt. A., yeoman, concession A, part lot 15. 
Walker, Samuel, yeoman, 8th concession A, part lot 12. 
Wallace, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 34. 
Wallace, Robert, yeoman, 5th concession, part lot 9- 
Wallace, Robt., yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 11. 
Walsh, James, yeoman, 4th concession, pnrt lot 26. 
Walsh, James, yeoman, 6th ( incession, part lot 22. 
Walsh, James, yeoman, 5th & ncession, part lot 14. 
Walsh, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 21, 
Walsh, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 30. 
Walsh, John, yeoman, 6fh concession, part lot 28. 
Walsh, Michael, yeomar, 4tb concession, part lot 26. 
Walsh, Michael, yeoc.n, 4th concession, part lot 29. 
Walsh, Michael, Tcomao, 8tb concession, part lot 9. 



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Walsh, Patrick, yeoman, 4th oono«uion, part lot 29. 
Walih, Patrick, yeoman, 7th conoeision, part lot 14. 
Waiab, William, jeoman, 6lb conoesilon, part lot 11. 
Ward, Jeremiah, yeoman, lit ooncesaion, part lot 35. 
Ward, William, blaekimith, Srd oonceuion, part lot 16. 
Waterbouse, John, carpenter, 8th conceaiion, part lot 6. 
Way, Alfred, yeoman, 3rd oonceteion, part lot 32. 
Way, John F., yeoman, 6th conceision, part lot 24. 
Weadock, Jamei, yeoman, lit ooncesaion, part lot 16. 
Weadock, John, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 16. 
Weese, John M., ytoman, 1st conneisidn, part lot 10. 
Weese, William, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 13. 
Weese, William, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 0. 
Welden, George R., merchant, Mill Point. 
Werden, Henry, yeoman, concession A, part lot 10. 
Werden, Spencer, yeoman, concession A, part lot 5. 
West, Francis, blacksmith, 3rd concession, part lot 32. 
West, John, yeoman, Srd concession, part lot 31. 
West, William, yeoman, 3rd concession part lot 32. 
Whealon, Dennis, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 24. 
Wbealon, Mrs. Mary, widow, 4th concession, part lot 27. 
White, James, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 31. 
White, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 25. 
White, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. 
White, Laurence, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 13. 
White, Nicholas, yeoman, 8tli concession,part lot 31. 
White, Richard, yeoman, 1st concession, pnrt lot 31. 
White, Richard, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 25. 
Whiteman, James, yeoman, Srd concession, part lot 30. 
Wbiteman, John, yeoman, Srd concession, part lot 32. 
Whiteman, Joseph, yeoman, Srd concession, part lot 32. 
Whiting, James, yeoman. Mill Point. 
Whittington, Robert, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 38. 
Wildman, Richard, postmaster, 2nd concession, part lot 32. 
William, James, yeoman, 4ih concession, part lot 31. 
William, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 28. 
William, Michael, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 27. 
William, Peter, yeoman, S. R , part lot 6. 
Williams, Daniel, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 28. 
Williams, Milton, baker, concession A, part lot 6. 
Williams, M. W., clerk, Mill Point. 
Williams, Peter, yeoman, concession A, part lot 7. 
Williams, Wilson, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 4. 
Wilson, A. S., yeoman. Mill Point. 
Wilson, Baptiste, yeoman, 2nd concession, pnrt lot 4. 
Wilson, B. S., M.D., 9th concession, part lot 1. 
Wilson, Qeorge, yeoman, Quinte. 
Wilson, James, yeoman, concession A, pnrt lot 40. 
Wilson, James, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 2. 
Wilson, James, sen., yeoman, concession A. part lot 40. 
Wilson, John, yeoman, 9th concession, pnrt lot 4. 
Wilson, Nathaniel, yoman, concession A, part lot 38 
Wilson, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 5. 
Wilson, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 2. 
Windon, Thomas, yeoman, 2nd concession, S. R., part lot 3. 



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WIndowner, Obrittophcr, yeoman, ooneeMion A, part lot 25. 

Windowner, Mary, 2Dd concenion, part lot 29. 

Wlnni, Thomai, yeoman, Oih conoeaaion, part lot 0. 

Winter, Abraham, ihoemaker, 4th conoeMlon, part lot 40. 

Winter, Samuel innkeeper, 3rd oonceaaion, part lot 32. 

Winter!, Robert, yeoman, 3rd oonceasion, part lot 83. 

Wood, Adam, yeoman, Quint*^. 

Woodcock. Henry, innkeeper, coneeaaion A, part lot 30, 

Wrigh''., Charles, yeoman, 5(h conceiaion, part lot 39. 

Yeonbr, Wm., yeoman, Mill Point. 

Youill, Jamei, yeoman, 6th conceiaion, part lot 31. 

Young, Jacob, yeoman, 0th conceuion, part lot 3. 

Young, MiiB. Jane, D, lot 6. 

Young, John S., yooman. Mill Point. 

Young, Mrs. M., widow, D, lot 3. 

Young, William, yeoman, lit conceiaion, part lot 2. 

York, Frederick, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 33. 

York, Frederick, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 32. 

Yourex, John, yeoman, Ist conceisior, part lot 4. 

Yourex, Nicholas, 2nd conceiaion, S. R., part lot 12. 

Yourex, William, yeoman, 2nd conceiaion, part lot 12. 



WOLLASTON. 



This is the second township, on the west side of the Hastings 
road. It was surveyed in 1863. In the central and south west- 
em portions, there is some fine level hard-wood land, of which the 
surveyor's report speaks very favorably. There is a splendid water- 
power privilege at the foot of Eagle Lake in this Township. The 
Township contains 59,015 acres, partially eurveyed in 1857 and 
completed in 1864. The largest portion of this Township is fit 
for settlement. The only stream of importance is Deer River, a 
tributary of Crow River, which skirts along the western boundary 
of the Township. 

Anderson, — , jeoman, 18th concession, part lots 1 and 2. 

Bilrd, Henrj, yeoman, 1st conce.^sion, part lot 1. 

B ackburn, Edward, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 11. 

Blythe, John, yeoman, 8lh concession, part lot 1. '*•«?**'' 

Brooks, Thomas, yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 4 and 9. 

Gonlin, Peter, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 4. 

Gonlin, Timothy, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 1. 

Gonlin, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 3. 

Galhane, Patrick, yeoman, Grant W, part lot 37. 

Deucheman, David, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 

Dodds, Alexander, yeoman, 2nd concession, part lot 10. 

linnigan, Patrick, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 9. 

Fitzgibbon, James, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot II. 

Foster, Edward, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 60. 

Foster, John, jun., yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 21. 

Foster, John, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 61. 

Henderson, Daniel, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 11. 

Hewton, Thomas, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 50. 

Holstead, S. James, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 19. 

Holstead, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 20. 

Hooper, Louis, yeoman. Grant W, part lots 77 and 78. 

Maitland, James, yeoman, 3rd concession, part lot 11. 

Moffatt, William, yeoman, 9th concession, part lot 2 . 

Monaghan, Michael, yeoman, 9th concession, part . dnBSlotsG 

Mnlloy Gharles, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 5. 

Mulloy, John, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 4. 

Murphy, Charles, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 5. * 

Murphy, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 3. 

Murphy, Patrick, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 6. 

McGollum, Louis, yeoman, Grant W, part lot 71. 



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WOLLASTON DIRBCTORT. 



45d 



McOoUum, Mrs., widow, G:-ant W, part lot 73. 
McOollum, Peter, yeomaD, Grant E, part lot 67. 
McCoy, Joshua, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 40. 
McCoy, Mrd., widow. Grant W, part lots 42 and 43. 
McGratb, Michael, yeoman, Eastings road, part lot 12. 
McGregor, James, yeoman, 1st concession, part lot 19. 
MoKilligan, Benj.,jun., 7th concession, part lots 21 and 22. 
McEilligan, Benjamin, Hastings road, part lot 3. 
Nicol, Robert, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 22. 
Nusent, Thomas, yeoman, Hastings .oad, part lot 22. 
Pannson, Qeorge, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 12. 
Patterson, James, yeoman, 7th concession part lot 9. 
Patterson, John, yeoman, 8th concession, part lot 9. 
Reed, Daniel, yeoman, Ist concession, part lot 22. 
Ripnaw, Angnstas, yeoman, Grant W, part lots 58 and 59. 
Rob'.nson, William, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 65. 
Smith, Robt. R., yeoman, 8th concession, part lots 7 and 8. 
Thompson, Alex., yeoman, 4tb concession, part lot 17. 
Thompson, John, yeoman, 4th concession, part lot 1 6. 
Thompson, William, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 16. 
Tc£f, Richard, yeoman, Hastings road, part lot 28. 
Toff, Thomas, yeoman, 7th concession, part lot 6. 
Welmaa, James, yeoman, 6th concession, part lot 20. 



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POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANKS. 



CANADA. 

1.— The following Post Office Savings Banks are open daily for the 
receipt and repayment of deposits, during the ordinary hours of Post 
Office business. 

2.— The direct security of the Dominion is given by the statute for all 
deposits made. 

3. — Any person may have a deposit account, and may deposit yearly 
any number of dollars, from $1 up to $300, or more, with the permission 
of the Postmaster General. 

4. — A depositor in any one of the Savings Bank Post Offices may con> 
tinue his deposits at any other of such offices in the list, without notice 
or change of Pass Book, and can withdraw his money at that Savings 
Bank Office which is most convenient to him. 

5. — Each depositor is supplied with a Pass Book, which is to be pro- 
duced to the Postmaster every time the depositor pays in or withdraws 
money, and the sums paid in or withdrawn are entered therein by the 
Postmaster receiving or paying the same. 

6. — Every depositor's account is kept in the Postmaster General's 
Office in Ottawa, and, in addition to the Postmaster's receipt in the Pass 
Book, a direct acknowledgment from the Postmatter General for each sum 
paid in is sent to the depositor. 

7. — When a depositor wishes to withdraw money, he can do so by ap- 
plying to the Postmaster General, who will send him by return mail a 
cheque for the amount, payable at whatever Savings Bank Post Office the 
depositor may have named in his application. 

8.— Interest at the rate of 4 per cent, per an *um is allowed on deposits 
in the ordinai*y Pass Book depoiiit account, ana the interest is added to 
the principal on the 30th June in each year. 



SPECIAL DEPOSIT ACCOUNT. 

9. — Any depositor who has $100 at his credit in bis Pass Book, or 
ordinary account, may request the Postmaster General to transfer that 
sum to a special account, and will then receive from the Postmaster 
General a certificate of special deposit for each $100 so transferred. 
These certificates bear 5 per cent, intev est, and are redeemable on such 
previous notice as may be thereon expressed. When repayment is re- 
quired, the $100 will be repaid to the depositor at any Savings Bank Post 
Office which he may name. 

10. — Postmasters are forbidden by law to disclose the name of any de- 
positor, or the amount of any sum deposited or withdrawn. 

11. — No charge is made to depositors on paying in or drawing out 
money, nor for Pass Books, nor for postage on communications with the 
Postmaster General in relation to their deposits. 

12. — The Postmaster General is always ready to receive and attend to 
all applications, complaints, or other communications addressed to him by 
depositors or others, relative to Post Office Savings Bank business. 



ADVERTISBMBNTS. 



455 



Post Office. 



Acton Yale 

Albion , 

Alexandria \, 

Almonte 

AmlierBtbnrg 

Arkona. 

Arnprior 

Artbn/. 

Aurora 

Aylmer, E!ast 

Aylmer, West. 

Ayr 

Barrie 

Bayfield 

Beamsrille 

Beauharnois 

Beaverton 

Belleville 

Berlin 

Bertbier .\ 

Blairton 

Bond Head 

Bcthwell 

Bowmanville 

Bradford 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brigbton 

BrockTille 

Brooklin 

Bockingbam 

Gampbellford 

Garleton Place 

Cayuga 

Gbambly Canton 

Chatbam WCbt 

Cbelsea 

Gbippewa 

Clifton 

Clinton.... 

Coaticuok 

Cobourg 

Colborne 

Collingwood 

Compton 

Cornwall . . * 

Danville 

Dandaa 

Dunnville 

Durban) 

Elora 

Erin 



County and Province. 



Bagot, Q. 
Peel, 0. 
Glengary, 0. 
Lanark, 0. 
Essex, 0. 
Lambton, 0. 
Renfrew, 0. 
Wellington, 0. 
York, 0. 
Ottawa, Q. 
Elgin, 0. 
Waterloo, 0. 
'"imcoe, 0. 
uuron, 0. 
Lincoln, 0. 
Beaubarnois, Q. 
Ontario, 0. 
Hastings, 0. 
Waterloo, 0. 
Bertbier, Q. 
Peterboro', 0. 
Simcoe, 0. * 

Kent, 0. , 
Darbam, O. 
Simcoe, 0. 
Peel,0. 
Brant, 0. 

Nor tbumber land, 0. 
Leeds, 0. 
Ontario, 0. . 

Ottawa, Q. 
Nortbumberland, 0. 
Lanark, 0. 
Haldimand, 0. 
Cbambly, Q. 
Kent, 0. 
Ottawa, Q.. 
Welland, 0. 
Welland, 0. 
Huron, 0. 
Stanstead, Q. 
Northumberland, 0. 
Nortbumberland, 0. 
Simcoe, 0. 
Compton, Q. 
iStormont, 0. 
Richmond, Q. 
Wentworth, 0. 
Haldimand, 0. 
Grey, U. 
Wellington, 0. 
Wellington, 0. 



Exeter Huron, 0. 



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466 



ADVERTISBMENTS. 



Post Office. 



Wellington, 0. 
Elgin, 0. 
Missisquol, Q. 
Waterloo, 0. 
Leeds, 0. 
Ualton, 0. 
Huron, 0. 
Shefford, Q. 
Lincoln, 0. 
Wellington, 0. 
Went worth, 0. 
Peterboro', 0. 
PreBCott, 0. 
Water' 00, 0. 
Ottawa, Q. 
Hantingdon, Q. 
Oxford, 0. 
Megdntic, Q. 
Dundas, 0. 
Joliette, Q. 
Peterboro', 0. 
GrenTille, O. 
Bruce, 0. 
Kingston Frontenac, 0. 



Fergus 

Fingal 

Freligbsburg. 

Gait 

Gananoque... 
Georgetown.. 
Goderich.. .. 

Gi inby 

Grinsby 

Guelph! 

Hamilton.... 
Hastings. . . . 
Hawkesbury. 
Hespeler .... 

Hull 

Huntingdon.. 
Ingersoll.. .. 
Inrernesa.. • 
Iroquois. .... 

Joliette 

Keene '. 

Kemptville. . 
Kincardine. . 



County and Prorince. 



Kings rille. 

Knowlton 

Lacbine 

Lachute 

Lanark 

Laprairie 

L'Assomption . 

Leeds 

Lennoxrille.... 

Lsris 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Liicknow 

lo" 

Madoc 

Markbam 

Meaford 

Melbourne 

Merrickvihe . . . 

Mill Brook 

Milton, West. . , 
Montmagny. . . . 

Montreal 

Morpetb 

Morrisburg. ... 
Mount Brydges , 



Essex, 0. 
BroDoe, Q. 
Jacques Gartier, Q. 
Argenteuil, Q. 
Lanark, 0. 
Laprairie, Q. 
L'Assomption, Q. 
Megantic, Q. 
Sberbrooke, Q. 
Levis, Q. 
Victoria, 0. 
Perth, 0. 
Middlesex, 0. 
Prescott, 0. 
Huron, 0. 
Bruce, 0. 
Leeds, 0. 
Hastings, 0. 
York, 0. 
Grey, 0. 
Richmond, Q. 
Grenville, 0. 
Durham, 0. 
Halton, 0. 
Montmagny, Q. 
Hochelaga, Q. 
Kent, 0. 
Dundas, 0. 
Middlesex, 0. 



ADVBRTISBMBNTS. 



467 



Post Office. 



Mount Forest 

Murray Bay..; 

Napanee 

New burg 

Kewbury 

Newcastle 

New Edinburg 

New Hamburg 

Newmarket 

Niagara ^ 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Qdessa 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Onslow 

Orangeville 

Orillia , 

Oshawa 

Ot,awa 

Owen Sound 

Paisely. .....,,. 

Pakenhum 

Paris 

Pembroke ,.. 

Penetangaishene 

Perth 

Peterboro' 

Potrolea. ..\ 

Pieton 

Point St. Charles 

Portage du Fort 

Port Burwell 

F ort Oolborne 

Port Dalhousie 

Port Dover 

Port Hope 

Port Robinson 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Preston 

Quebec 

Renfrew 

Richmond, East 

Richmond Hill 

Rimouski 

Riviere du Loup (en has) 

St. Andrews, East 

St. Oatharines, West 

St. Hyacinthe 

St. Johos, Bast 



County and Province. 



Grey, 0. 
Gbarlevoiz. Q. 
Lenox, 0. 
Addington, 0. 
Middlesex, 0. 
Durham, 0. 
Carleton, O. 
Waterloo, 0. 
York, 0. 
Lincoln, 0. 
Oxford, 0. 
Peterboro', 0. 
Halton, 0. 
Addington, 0. 
Lambton, 0. 
Victoria, 0. 
Pontiac, Q. 
Wellington, 0. 
Simcoe, 0. 
Ontario, 0. 
Carleton, 0. 
Grey, 0. 
Bruce, 0. 
Lanark, O. 
Bcant, 0. 
Renfrew, 0. 
Simcoe, O. 
Lanark, O. 
Peterboro', 0. 
Lambton, 0. 
Prince Edward, 0. 
Jacques Cartier, Q. 
Pontiac, Q. 
Elgin, 0. 
Welland, 0. 
Lincoln, 0. 
Norfolk, 0. 
Durham, 0. 
Welland, O. 
Norfolk, 0. 
Elgin, 0. 
Grenville, 0. 
Waterloo, 0. 
Quebec, Q. 
Renfrew, 0. 
Richmond, Q. 
York, 0. 
Rimouski, Q. 
Temiscouata, Q. 
Argenteuil, Q. 
Lincoln, O. 
St. Hyacinthe, Q. 
St. Johns, Q. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Post Office. 



County and Province. 



Rt. Marys Hliinshnrd 

St. PhuI's Bay 

St. Thomas, West. . 

Sandwich 

Sarnift 

Saiifircen 

Seaforth 

Seneca 

Sherbrooke 

Simcoe 

Smith's Falls 

Sorel 

South Quebec 

Stanstead 

Stayner 

Stirlinpr 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Tliornhill 

Tiiorold 

Three Rivers 

Thurso 

Tilsonburg 

Toronto 

Trento. 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vienna , . 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Waterford 

Waterloo, East 

Waterloo, West. . . . 

Welland 

Wellington Square.. 

Weston 

Whitby 

Windsor 

Woodstock 

Wroxet3r 

Wyoming 



Perth, 0. 
Charlevoix, Q. 
Elgin, 0. 
P^ssex, 0. 
Lambton, 0. 
Bruce, 0. 
Huron, O. 
Haldtmand, 0. 
Sherbrooke, Q. 
Norfolk, 0. 
Lanark, 0. 
Richelieu, Q. 
Levis, Q. 
Stanstead, Q. 
Simcoe, 0. 
Hastings, 0. 
York, 0. 
Perth, 0. 
Middlesex, 0. 
Peel, O. 
York, 0. 
Welland, 0. 
St. Maurice, Q. 
Ottawa, Q. 
Oxford, 0. 
York, 0. . 
Hastings, 0. 
Ontario, 0. 
Prescott, 0. 
Elgin, 0. 
Bruce, 0. 
Kent, O. 
Middlesex, 0. 
Norfolk, 0. 
SheflFord, Q. 
Waterloo, 0. 
Welland, 0. 
Halton, 0. 
York, 0. 
Ontario, 0. 
Essex, 0. 
Oxford, 0. 
Huron, 0. 
Lambton, 0. 



Post Office Dgparthbnt, 
Ottawa. 



A. CAMPBELL, 

Postmaster General. 



459 



INSTBUCTIONS AND INPOBMATION 



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PERSONS INTENDING TO SETTLE 



IN ONTARIO. 



Geographical Position. 



The Province of Ontario (formerly Upper Canada,) con- 
stitutes the western portion of the Dominion of Canada, and 
is bounded on the east by the Province of Quebec, (late 
Lower Canada) on the south and west it is separated from 
the United States by the River St. Lawrence and Lakes 
Ontario, Erie, Huron and Superior. It comprises an im- 
mense extent of good land excellently adapted for agricultural 
purposes, and enjoys very superior advantages for the transit 
of produce by rivers, lakes, and railways. Further west lies 
the Red River territory an extensive region of the richest 
land, as yet almost untouched by the hand of civili:^ation. A 
direct communication will soon be opened with this fertile and 
extensive territory belonging to the British Crown, a consum- 
mation which cannot fail to be pregnant with advantages to 
the whole Dominion and to Ontario in particular- 



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Constitution and Government. 

An integral part of tho British Empire, Canada enjoya re- 
ligious, social and political freedom. All public offices and 
seats in tho Legislature are open to any candidate possessing 
tho confidence of the people, holding a certain limited amount 
of property, and being a British subject. Candidates for tho 
he? 2 Assembly of Ontario, are not required to possess any 
property qualification. Three years residence entitles a 
foreigner to all the rights and privileges of a natural born 
citizen. Aliens can buy, hold and sell land. 



Climate, Products, Forests, Minerals, 

&c. 

The climate of Ontario, is the mildest of any of the Pro- 
vinces composing tho Dominion, and its salubrity is fully at- 
tested by the healthy appearance and longevity of its inha- 
bitants. Tho great lakes on two sides tend greatly to modify 
the extremes of summer heat and ■winter cold, to which a largo 
poA T A of the more northerly parts of this continent is 
su])jected, and afford longer time and wider range for 
performing the various operations of farming, including 
the raising of different kinds of live stock. All the 
cereals commonly cultivated in Britain do well. Indian 
com is more, or less, generally raised, and in some districts 
hops and flax. From the head of Lake Ontario round the 
Niagara frontier, and aU along the shores of Lake Erie, the 
peach and grape ripen well in the open air. The latter 



461 



has of lato been successfully tried, and without artificial 
protection, in various places of the iutorior, and many acres 
are now being devoted to the raising of this fruit for making 
wine, of wlrich samples have been produced of excellent qual- 
. ity. Apples attain to great perfection in growth and flavor 
in all parts that have hitherto been well settled, wherever 
judgment has been used in selecting proper sorts adapted to 
varying conditions of soil and climate. In the south western 
parts of the Province, several of the choicest varieties are 
produced : such as the Early Harvest, Duchess of Oldenburgh, 
Ribston Pippin, Snow Apple, Greening, Northern Spy, Fall 
Pippin, Pommo Grise, Golden Russett, &c. Most other kinds 
of fruit adapted to the temperate zone, succeed equally well 
when properly attended to ; and melons, tomatoes, cucumbers, 
&c., are often raised in great abundance and of excellent 
quality, in the open air. The agricultural, and industrial arts 
generally, have of late years made great advancement in 
Ontario, which produces wheat and other grains in abundance 
and of great excellence. The Government, with, perhaps, 
unequalled liberality, contributes to the support of Agricul- 
tural Societies, embracing also the mechanical arts ; and the 
Annual Provincial Exhibitions are admitted by ibreign visitors 
to be, both in magnitude and quality of material, no where 
surpassed. 

Most of Ontario was formerly heavily timbered, a certain 
indication of a good soil, and there yet remain extensive area 
of primitive and valuable forest. Upon the lighter lands the 
different varieties of pine abound, while on the heavier and 
richer soils, the oak, elm, maple, beech, and sometimes black- 
walnut predominate. Other kinds of wood are interspersed. 



462 



possessing moro or less exchangeable value. The lumber 
trade of Ontario is of immense importance, and yields a large 
annual revenue. 

In several parts of the Province iron and copper of super- 
ior quality abound, and the gold region of Madoc has attracted 
much attention. Silver and had have also been discovered. 
Limestone is widely diffused and very excellent sulphate 
of lime (Plaster of Paris) is extensively worked on the 
Grand Biver. Freestone, marble and other materials of 
economic importance, have been discovered in different garts, 
and will become more readily available for the purposes of 
commerce when railways and other moans of transit now con- 
templated or under construction are completed. Salt of ex- 
cellent quality has recently been discovered on the shores 
of Lake Huron, and is rapidly becoming an important article 
in domestic consumption, and ultimately no doubt for exporta- 
tion. Petroleum or rock oil is also found in large quantities 
in the Western portion of the Province. 

The advantages which Canada offers to enugrants must, 
when they come to be generally known, be sufficient to decide 
their choice in favor of the wood-lands of the Province, 
watered by beautiful lakes and living streams, which abound 
with every variety of fish ; -where the certainty of health, and 
the chances of life are far greater than in the flat prairies in 
the West, and where water power is everywhere abundant, 
just where it is required, in the midst of forests of valuable 
timber. The backwoods settler in Canada finds a ready cash 
market with the lumberer for his hay, oats, peas, and potatoes, 
thereby saving the latter the cost of transport. It is the 
mission of the lumberer to wage war on the gloomy forest, and 



468 



of the settler, on the rugged soil. While the advance of 
settlement has enabled the lumberer to push his enterprise 
further and further up the stream, it is mainly in consequence 
of the trade in its timber, that the country is so fast filling 
up with inhabitants, the wants of the lumberman affording to 
the farmer a ready market f^r his produce at hif;;h prices. 

There is generally on Crown lands an unlimited supply of 
the best fuel. The conditions of sale allow the settler to out 
and sell from his lot whatever timber he thinks proper, by 
taking out a license, which can be had on application to the 
Grown Land Agent;. The value of the timber thus cut is 
applied in payment of the purchase money due the Crown. 
Even in burning the timber which he does not sell, the settler 
can convert the ashes into potash, which will meet a ready 
sale at from JS7 to jC9 currency per barrel. 

Purchasers of land, after paying a first instalment, can 
raise from the land itself and from the timber on it, the means 
of paying the balance of the purchase money, and by their 
own exertions, in a short time be possessed of a valuable pro- 
perty; the pioneer settler thus becoming the independent 
farmer. 



Free Grants and Homesteads. 



The Free Grant and Homesteads act of 1867 as amended 
in 1868 provides that the Lieutenant-Governor in Council may 
appropriate as free grants to actual settlers, any public lands 
suitable for settlement or cultivation, (except mineral or Pine 
Timber Lands,) within the districts of Algoma and Nipissing 



464 



and lands botwoon tho Ottawa Rivor and Goorgian Bay, to 
the west of a lino drawn from a point opposite the south-east 
angle of the Township of Palmorston northwesterly along tho 
Western boundaries of the Townships of North Sherbrooko 
Lavant, Blithfiold, Admorston, Bromley, Stafford, and Pem- 
broke to the Ottawa River and to the north of the northerly 
boundaries of the Townships of Oso, Olden, Kennebec, Kala- 
var, Elzevir, Madoc, Marmora, Belmont, Dummor, Smith, 
Ennismore, Somervillc, Laxton, Garden, Rama and the Rivor 
Severn. 

The act provides that any person wishing to take advan- 
tage of it and become a locatee, shall make affidavit to bo de- 
posited with the agent authorized to make such location, that 
he or she has not been located on any land under the act, 
that he or she is eighteen years of age or upwards, and be- 
lieves the land applied for is suitable for settlement and cul- 
tivation, and is not valuable chiefly for its mines, minerals or 
pine timber, and that the location is desired for his or her 
benefit and for the purpose of actual settlement and cultiva- 
tion of such land, and not either directly or indirectly for the 
use or benefit of any other person, nor for the purpose of 
obtaining or disposing of any pine trees on the land, or any 
benefit or advantage therefrom or any gold, silver, copper, 
lead, iron or other mines or minerals, or any quarry or bed 
of stone, marble or gypsum thereon. 

The following are the settlement duties required to be 
performed, to clear and have under cultivation at least 15 
acres, whereof at least 2 acres shall be cleared and cultivated 
annually during the 6 years next after the date of the loca- 
tion, to build a house fit for habitation at least 16 feet by 



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20, to rcsido actually and continually upon and cultivate tho 
land for 5 years next afler the date of location and from 
thonce up to issue of patent, one month however from date 
of location is allowed to enter on and occupy tho land, and an 
absence if not more than 6 months in all during any one year is 
not to be considered a cessation of residence provided the land 
be cultivated. The patent is not to issue till afler tho lapse of 5 
years from tho date of the location nor unless the settlement 
duties have been properly performed, if the duties are not 
performed the location will bo forfeited and the right of tho 
locatee cease. 

All pine trees and all gold, silver, copper, lead, iron, or other 
mines or minerals shall be considered as reserved from the 
location and to continue tho property of Hor Majesty except 
that the locatee and those claiming under him or her may 
cut and use any trees necessary for building, fencing and 
fuel on the land located, and may cut and dispose of any 
trees required to bo removed in actually clearing the located 
land for cultivation, no pine trees (except such as are neces- 
sary for building fuel and fencing) are to be cut beyond 
the actual clearing, if any are so cut they will be subject to 
the payment of the same dues as are payable by holders of 
licenses to cut timber or saw logs. All trees remaining on 
the land when the patent issues will pass to the patentee. 

If the locatee dies either before or after tho issue of patent 
his interest in tho land will pass to his widow during widow- 
hood, instead of dower. 

The locatee cannot alienate (except by will) or mortgage 
or pledge the land located or any right or interest therein 
before the issue of the patent. 



466 



The looatee cannot after the issue of the patent and within 
20 years from the date of the location and during his wife's 
lifetime mortgage or pledge the land located except by will 
or deed if by the latter ^^ode his wife must be one of the 
grantors. 

The land located will not be nor will any interest therein 
be liable to any debt or liability of the locatee his widow, 
heirs or devisees before the issue of the patent nor after the 
issue of patent, and for 20 years from the date of the loca. 
tion so long as the land or any interest in it is owned by 
the locatee his widow heirs or devises, will the land or interest 
80 owned be liable to debts except on a mortgage or pledge 
made after issue of patent. The act does not however exempt 
the land located from sale for taxes. 



In what Townships Free Grants will 

be made. 



The following notices issued by the Crown Lands Depart- 
ment of Ontario, will shew in what townships free grants will 
be made ; — 

Depaetment of Crown Lands, 

Toronto, 18eA April, 1868. 

Notice is hereby given, that the lands in the townships of 
Humphrey, Cardwell, Watt, Stephenson, Brunei, Macaulay, 
McLean, Muskoka, and Draper, in the Territorial District of 
Muskoka, and in the townships of McDougall and Foley, on 



467 



Parry Sound, (Geor^an Bay), are open for location under 
the proyifuons of *^ The Free Grants and Homesteads Act of 
1868." Application for locations in the townslups of Mc- 
Dougall, Foley, Humphrey and Gardwell are to be made to 
N. P. Wakefield, Esq., Grown Lands Agent, at the village 
of Parry Sound, and for locations in the townships of Watt, 
Stephenson, Brunei, Macaulay, McLean, Muskoka and 
Draper, applications are to be made to W. 0. Lount, Esquire, 
Crown Lands Agent, at Bracebridge, in the township of 
Macaulay. 

Locatees, in addition to obtaining the free grant of 100 
acres, will be allowed to purchase an additional 100 acres at 
fifty cents an acre cash, subject to the same reservations and 
conditions, and the performances of the same settiement 
duties as are provided in respect of free grant locations by 
the 9th and 10th sections of the Free Grants Act, except 
that actual residence and building on the land purchased will 
not be required. 

For further information respecting the conditions on which 
■the lands will be granted, apply to the above named Grown 
Lands Agents or to the Department at Toronto. 

S. RIGHARDS, 
OommUsmier of Crown Lands. 

NoTB. — ^The route to Parry Sound is by the Northern 
Railway to Gollingwood, and from thence by steamer once a 
week to the Sound, and to Bracebridge by the Northern 
Rsulway to Barrie or Bell Ewart, thence by steamer on Lake 
Simcoe (dwly) to Washoga, on the river Severn, and by stage 
from thence to Gravenhurst, on Lake Muskoka, and by 
»teamer on the lake and river to Bracebridge. 



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468 



Department of Crown Lands. 

Toronto, lOth June, 1868. 

NOTICE is hereby given, that paxt of the lands in the 
Township of Cardiff, Chandos, Monmouth, and Anstruther, in 
the County of Peterborough, are open for location under the 
provisions of the Free Grants and Homestead Act of 1868. 

Applications for locations are to be made to Wheeler 
ARMbjCRONG, Ef}q., Crown Lands Agent, in the Township of 
Cardiff. 

Locatees, in addition to obtaining the &ee grant of 100 acres, 
will bo allowed to purchase an additional 100 acres at 50 col^jS 
an acre cash, subject to the same reservations and conditions, 
and the performance of the same settlement duties as are pro- 
vided m respect of &ee grant locations by the dth and 10th 
sections of the Free Grants Act, except that actual residence 
and building on the land purchased will not be required. 

For further information respecting the conditions on which 
the lands will be granted, apply to the above named Crown 
Lands Agent, or to the Department at Toronto. 

S. RICHARDS, 
Commissioner of Crown Lands. 



Directions to Emigrants and others 
wishing to purchase Crown Lands. 



Emigrants and others desirous of purchasing Crown Lands 
should make application to the respective local Crown Land 



469 



Agents, who are required by law to furnish aU applicants with 
correct information as to what lands are open for sale. 

The Government Emigration Agents at Quebec, Montreal, 
Ottawa, Kingston, Toronto, and Hamilton, will a£ford infor- 
mation and advice to emigrants respecting the best means of 
reaching the localities in which they intend to settie. 



Instructions to Emigrants with some 

capitai. 

Emigrants with some capital, desirous of settling on land, 
and unaccustomed to life in the bush, would do well to pur- 
chase a Lot with a House, Outbuildings, and a few acres of 
clearance. Lots of this description are always to be found 
in the newly settled districts, the titie to which is still in the 
Crown. In such cases a sum must be given for the right and 
improvements of the original purchaser. The patent would 
then be issued on payment of the balance of tiie purchase 
money due to the Grown, and on completion of tiie required 
settlement duties. 

The Grown Land Agents will aid Emigrants inquiring 
for Improved Lots within their Agencies, for which patents 
have not been issued. They will say where such Lots are to 
be found, and they will assist, if requested, in drawing up the 
necessary assignment to the purchaser, for registration in the 
Department of Grown Lands. 

(Signed,) S. RICHARDS 
Commissioner of Crown Lands for Ontario 
Toronto, March 20, 18G9. 



St. Ghorqe's Society, Belleville, 1868-69. 

The Officers for 1868-69 of the St. George's Society of Belle- 
ville, are : 



President. — W. 0. Nunn. 

Vice-Presidents. — Jos. Reeves, and Chas. Wilkins. 
Chaplain. — Rev. S. Jones. 
Secretary. — Geo. Meredith. 
Treasurer. — Geo. Wallbridge. 

Committee. — A. Fletcher, W. Crowtlier, George Thomas, VVni. 
Boswcll. 



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