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THE 



MOJVTREAL DIRECTORY; 



NEW EDITION, 

CONTAINING, FIRST, 

AN ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY OF THE CITIZENS 

generally; 

SKOOND, 

A CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

in WHICH THE NAMES OF SUBSCRIBERS ARE ARRANGJBl^ 
UNDER THEIR PROPER BUSINESS HEADS ; 

AND, TUIBD, 

X DIRECTORY TO THE INSURANCE COMPANIES, BANKS, 
NATIONAL AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES AND INSTI- 
TUTIONS, AND TO ALL PUBLIC OFFICES, CHURCHES, 
&C., &C., IN THE CITT, WITH AN ALPHABETICAL 
GUIDE TO THE STREETS, AND 

A MAP OF THE CTTT. 



BY ROBERT W. S. MACKAY, 



Montreal : 

PRINTED AND SOLD BY JOHN LOVELL, ST. NICHOLAS STREET. 



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PIIEFACK. 



After an interval of two Years, the Editor has much 
pleasure in presenting the supporters of the City Directory 
with a new, and he believes, much improved edition of 
the work. In collecting the material for the present 
Tolume, great care was taken to render it as full and com- 
plete as possible, and to secure the obtaining of the French 
names with greater accuracy than heretofore, two active 
and intelligent French Canadian gentlemen were employed, 
who doubtless performed their part of the work ably and 
faithfully. The rest of the material was collected by him- 
self and two other competent assistants, and he thinks, that 
altogether, the present volume will be found the most 
complete of its kind yet issued in Canada. The number 
of names in the ALrHABETiCAL Directory is about nine 
thousand Jive hundred, being upwards of one thousand 
MORE than ever appeared in any former edition, and of 
these MORE than six thousand have changed their places 
of business or residence during the last two years. The 
recent destructive fire having caused the removal of many 
business people after the work had gone to press, every 
effort was used to procure their subsequent places of busi- 
ness, and in nearly all cases with success, and any names 
which do not appear in the body of the work at their new 
addresses, will be found so in the Classified Business Di- 
rectory, and in the Addenda at page 9, which see. 

Many enquiries having been made of the Editor regard- 
ing the reliability of i.he Census returns of the City as late- 
ly published, he has i;o say in reply, that he believes the 
gross population to be considerably underrated, as several 



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families reported having Schedules still in their possession 
which had not been called for, and as far as it relates to 
the Religious sub-divisions (excepting the Roman Catho- 
lic) it is of no practical value^ as the people engaged on it 
did not seem to understand that the Church of Scotland was 
Presbyterian, nor the Church of England Protestant Epis- 
copal. 

The City has undoubtedly continued to advance steadily 
during two years past, unmistakeable signs of improve- 
ment being now visible in every quarter, and from the 
great natural advantages which her geographical position 
confers, there can be no reasonable doubt that she will ul- 
timately become one of the greatest commercial empo- 
riums in North America. Hoping that this period may 
speedily arrive, and that the friends and supporters of the 
City Directory may live long to enjoy it, 
The Editor remains, 

Their obliged and faithful servant, 



Robert W. Stuart Mackay. 



Montreal, 1st July, 1852. 



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INDEX. 



PAOB 

Addenda to the Alphabetical Directory 9 

Alphabetical Directory, 13 

Academies, 257 

Accountants, 269 

Advocates, 269 

Agricultural Implement Manufacturers, 260 

Agricultural iSociety, , 848 

Apothecaries, Chemists and Druggists, 274 

Architects and Civil Engineers, 262 

Assurance Companies, Life, Fire, and Marine, 367 

Auctioneers ancl Commission Merchants 262 

Bakers, 262 

Baker of Ship Bread, 326 

Banks and Bank Agencies, 365 

Benevolent Institutions, 843 

Berlin Wool Stores, 262 

Black and White Smiths, 826 

Block and Pump Makers, 262 

Board of Brokers, 846 

Board of Trade, 846 

Boarding Houses, Private, 264 

Booksellers, Stationers, and Bookbinders, 264 

Boot, Shoe and Leather Dealers, 270 

Botanic and Zoological Garden, 271 

Brewers and Distillers, 271 

Brick Yard, 271 

Brokers, 272 

Butter Inspector, 272 

Cabinetmakers and Upholsterers 272 

Cab and Caliche hire, 835 

Canton Tea House, 829 

Carpenters, Joiners and Builders, 272 

Carvers, Gilders, and Looking Glass Manufacturers, 272 

Chemists and Druggists, 274 

China, Glass and Earthenware Dealers, &c, 274 

Chop and Coffee Houses, 275 

Churches, <fec., 840 

Circulating Libraries, 275 

Civil Engineers, 262 

Clergy resident in Montreal 339 



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Clothiers and Furriers, 276 

Coach and Carriage Makers, 276 

CoflTee Roasters 276 

Colleges and Schools, 343 

Collectors of Accounts, 276 

Commission Merchants and Agents, 276 

Commission Agent 276 

Committees of the City Council, 884 

Confectioners 277 

Coopers 278 

Coppersmiths, Brass Founders, and Plumbers, 11 <& 278 

Corporation of the City, 888 

Courts of Law, 860 

Custom House 849 

Custom House Agents, 278 

Daguerreotypists, 279 

Dentists 279 

Distillers and Brewers 271 

Dry Goods Merchants, Wholesale 280 

Dry Goods, Ac 281 

Dyers and Scourers, 282 

Engravers and Lithographers, 285 

Exchange and Money Brokers 286 

Fancy Stores 286 

Fares of Cabs, Caliches, &c 886 

Fire Assurance Companies 867 

Fire Engines 836 

Fire Engine and Hose Manufacturers, 286 

Firemen's Benevolent Association 836 

Flour Inspector, 286 

Flour Mills 286 

Flour Merchant 286 

Forwarding Merchants, 286 

Foundries and Machine Works, 287 

Fruit Store 287 

Furniture Broker 287 

Furriers, t&c, 296 

Qas Light Companies, 868 

General Brokers 272 

General Merchants, 290 

Gold and Silver Smiths 306 

Grocers, &c, 291 

Gun Smith 292 

Hair Dressers, Ac, 298 

Hardware Merchants, 298 

Hatters and Furriers, 296 

Hose Manufacturer 286 

Hospitals, 348 

Hot Air Stove Builder, 802 

Hotels and Tnns 302 



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House Fiu-niahing Warehouse, 800 

Incorporated Companies, 862 

Jewellers, Watchmakers, Ac, 806 

Judges, M. P. P.'s, &c., in the city 885 

Junk and Iron Store 810 

Land Agents, 810 

Iiard Oil Manufacturer, 810 

Last Manufacturer 810 

Leather Merchants and Tanners,. 810 

Literary Societies, 845 

Lloyds' Agents, 863 

Lodfges, Clubs, <bc, 854 

Lumber Merchants, 810 

Machine Works and Foundries, 287 

Machinist and Printing Press Maker 810 

Map Mounter 822 

Marine Store 311 

Masonic Lodges, 864 

Mechanics' Institute, 347 

Medical, Surgical, and Benevolent Societies, 348 

Mercantile Library, 346 

Mercantile and Literary Associations, 846 

Merchant Tailors, 811 

Milliners and Dress Makers, 814 

Military Departments, 851 

Musical Instruments, Manufacturers of 816 

Nail and Spike Manufacturers 816 

National Societies, 842 

Needle and Fish Hook Impoiter,. 316 

Newspapers and Periodicals 816 

New City Gas Company, 858 

New York and Boston Express, 318 

Notaries Public, 818 

Nursery and Seedsman 820 

OatmealMUls, 820 

Odd Fellows' Lodges, 854 

Oil and Putty Factory 820 

Optician 820 

Paints, Oils, Glass, &c., Dealers, 321 

Painters 11 & 321 

Paper Warehouses 323 

T^aper Hanger and Map Mounter, 822 

Physicians and Surgeons 323 

Piano Forte Manufacturers, 315 

Plane Makers, 323 

Planing and Sawing Mills, 323 

Plasterers, 323 

Plumbers, Brass Founders and Gas-Fitters 11 & 278 

Post Office, 348 

Police, 335 



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Printing Offices, 823 

Protestant Clergy 340 

Provision Inspectors, 324 

Proviiiion Merchants, 324 

Public Offices and Institutions 386 

Railroad Companies 862 

Ready-made Linen Warehouses, 824 

Rechabite Societies 366 

Registry and Intelligence Offices, 326 

Religious and Temperance Societies, 866 

Roman Catholic Clergy 389 

Rope Factory, 326 

Saddlers ana Harness Makers, 326 

Savings Banks 366 

Ship Bread Baker, 326 

Smiths, Horse Shoers, dec, 826 

Stage, Steamboat and Railroad Offices, 327 

Sheriff's Officers, 826 

Ship Yards & Dry Docks, 326 

Statistics of Montreal 338 

Stove Manufacturer, 328 

Tallow Chandlers 329 

Tanner, 829 

Tavern and Inn Keepers, 302 

Tea Warehouse 329 

Telegraph Companies, 363 

Temperance Societies 865 

Threshing Machine Makers, 287 

Tin Plate Workers 329 

Tobacconists 829 

Trinity House, 849 

Trunk Store, 829 

Truss Manufacturer, 829 

Type Foundry, 332 

Umbrella and Parasol Makers 10 

University of M'Gill College 847 

Veterinary Surgeons, 332 

Virgil A Cc's Express, 318 

Watchmakers ana Jewellers, 306 

Weighing Machine Manufactory 332 

Wine Merchants 332 



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829 
353 
865 
287 
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ADDENDA AND ERRATA. 



Alio, John, removed to 107 St. Paul. 

AuLDJo, Louis, & Co., commission merchants, 20 St. 

Francois Xavier. 
Barrat, J. B., bookseller, store 165 Notre Dame. 
Bigelow, Thomas, nail factory, south side of Canal. 
Bourgoin, Isidore, removed to Custom house. square. 
Bourassa, Mrs., removed to 107 Commissioners. 
Bradbury & Co., commission merchants, 155 Notre 

Dame. 
Bridge, Thomas H., auctioneer and commission mer- 

chant, 101 Notre Dame. 
Busseau, H., removed to 87 St, Paul. 
Cecil, Ant., carter, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Clarke, E., importer of needles and fish hooks, 18 St. 

Fran9ois Xavier. 
Clarke, Henry J., removed to 51 St. Lawrence. 
Clarke, Wm., commission agent, 3 Waverly terrace. 
Champlain Railroad Company, removed to 61 

Commissioners. 
Chamberlin, B., Montreal Gazette, 20 Great St, James. 
Chisholm, A., dry goods, 38 St. Urbain. 
CoMPAiN, S., Monkland's Hotel, C6tc St. Antoine. 
Connolly and Lantier, removed to Port near Common. 
Critchley, John, clerk St. George's Church, under the 

Church, St. Joseph. 
CoMMiNG & Galbraith, removed to St. Nicholas street, 

formerly Cuvillier & Go's., dry goods warehouse. 
Delagrave & Co., wine merchants, 38 Notre Daino. 
Desnoyers, M., customs officer, 86 Notre Dame. 
Doherty, J., laborer, Bisson off St. Antoine. 
Dorion & Rowen, printers. Place d'Armes. 
Davies, John F., commission agent; address Post Office 

Montreal. 
Eden, William, customs officer, 54^ St. Dominique, 



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Geddes, Mrs., laundress, court off St. Margaret. 

Gendron, p., printer, read 29 St. Vincent. 

Goodwillie, Robert, contractor, read Anderson near Jur6. 

Harbour Master's Office, removed to 77 Common. 

Henderson & Sons, pipe factory, Colborne avenue. 

Hunt, Robert, house, sign and ornamental painter, 
37^ M'Gill. See Card. 

Jones, Thomas W., M. D., corner C6t6 and Craig. 

Kerfut, W. H., plasterer, Chaboillez square. 

Loughran, Thomas, smith, 58 St. Joseph. 

Leblanc, Germain, removed to 107 St. Paul. 

Lussier, S., grocer and tavern, 236 St. Paul. 

McArthur, James, brass founder and plumber, Re- 
collect near St. Peter. See Card. 

M'Enro, James, removed to 59 Commissioners. 

M'Grath, Dr. Thomas, 33 McGill. 

Mavor, James, contractor, 115 St, Antoine. 

MuLLiN, J., groceries and wines, 207 Notre Dame. 

Paige, G. W., Sherbrooke express, at Duclos' hotel. 

Perry, Samuel, tailor, Peel. 

Phillips, Alfred, commission merchant, 51 Little St. 
James. 

Reed, T. P., formeriy Reed & Meakins, 44 Great St. 
James. 

Reilly, Mrs., midwife, 146 St. Paul. 

Robson, Geo., clerk, 80 St. Antoine. 

Sparkes, Geo., house 8^ Great St. James. 

Speirs, John, accountant, 35 St. Francois Xavier. 

Worrall, Thomas, removed to 23 St. Paul. 

UMBRELLA AND PARASOL MAKERS. 
(Inserted by particular request.) 

Gerard, Louis, 2 Great St. James. 
Gerard, John, 97 St. Lawrence. 
Mclver, Peter, 48 St. Joseph. 
Mclver, James, 68 Sanguinet. 
Ronkall, Meyers, 11 St. Mary. 
Ronkall, Edward, 69 Sanguinet. 
West, R., Victoria road. 



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JOHN HO&GARD, 

TO^irai^^s stpb:jb3t, ©iff ©TT, ©MMH Sf ., 

Which is the continuation of St. George St., above Dorchester St., 

OFFERS HIS SERVIC£fl AS 

COLLECTOR OF ACCOUNTS, 

And having a thorough knowledge of the City, trusts, by strict 
attention, to merit a share of public patronage. 

BILLS, CIRCULARS, & FUNERAL CARDS, 

Delivered on Reasonable Tefrms, 

Orders left with Mr. John Lovell, St. Nicholas Street, punctually 

attended to. 







House, Sign, Steamboat, 



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37^ M'GiLL Street, Montreal, 

Attends to orders in every department of the PAINT- 
ING BUSINESS, with the utmost despatch, and on 
moderate terms, and he believes his work to be such 
as will give complete satisfaction to those who may favor 
him with their orders. A share of public patronage is 
respectfully requested. 

. IIHIS M'Mf HM, 

BRASS FOUNDER, PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER, 

Near the Corner of Recollect and St. Peter Streets ^ 

iUontreal, 

Is now prepared to attend to all oescriftions of Wokk in the 
ABOVE LINES, and will execute orders with the gieatest punc- 
tuality and despatch and on very moderate terms. A share of 
public patronage is respectfully solicited. 



MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 



Note. — The word "Street" is always to be understood after the 
address, except Avenue, Court, Terrace or Lane, <fec., is ex- 
pressed. The names in Small Capitals are those of Subscribers. 



Abbott, Rev. Joseph, house at McGill College. 
Abbott, J. J. C, advocate, 34 Little St. James, house at 

McGiU College. 
Abbott & Molson, advocates, 23 Little St. James. 
Abbott, C. C, advocate, house at McGill College. 
Abbott, John, clerk of St. Ann's market, house 31 St. 

Antoine. 
Abbott, Misses, ladies' school, 31 St. Antoine. 
Abdalla, Jacob, house College near Inspector. 
Abel, W., cabinetmaker, 62 Bleury. 
Abel, O., pilot, 10 Inspector. 
Abraham, R., advocate, Place d'Armes hill, house J 06 

St. Antoine. 
Adair, Henry, carter, Durham near Dorchester. 
Adams, W. & H. F., merchant tailors, 149 Notre Dame. 
Adams, Austin, brick-yard, Colborne avenue. 
Adams, Robert, wholesale dry goods, 227 St. Paul, 

house 16 St. Antoine. 
Adams, Noah, brickmaker, Colborne avenue. 
Adams, Chas. A., brickmaker, Colborne avenue. 
Adams, John, tavern, 19 St. Paul. 
Adams, Edward, clerk, 167 Notre Dame. 
Adams, J as., storeman, 20 St. George, in rear. 
Adams, William, sen., house Berthelet near Bleury. 
Adams, A. A., dancing-master, 179 Notre Dame. 
Adams, Thomas, house Kent. 
Adams, James D., grocer, 121 St. Lawrence. 
Adamson, Robert, laborer, head of Fullum. 
Addison, Thos., barber, 16 Great St. James, house 

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Addy & Childs, temperance grocery, 162 Notre Dame. 

Addy, Mrs. William, temperance grocery, 52 St. Law- 
rence. 

Adelphi Hotel, (W. C. Cogan,) Place d'Armes. 

Aganton, Richard, butcher, 26 Montcalm. 

Agar, Robert, shoemaker. College near Inspector. 

Aggett, Mrs., milliner, 28 Great St. James. 

Agnew, Miss A., milliner, 42 St. Lawrence. 

Agricultural Society, L. C., Wm. Evans, secretary, 25 
Notre Dame. 

Adjutant General's Office, 61 St. Lewis. 

Ahern, D., shoemaker, German nearDumarais. 

Ahem, James, tailor, St. Emery near St. Denis. 

Ahelo, C, confectioner, 1 16 Visitation. 

Aikens, Mrs., house Roy lane off Bonaventure. 

Aiken, Mrs., store, 77 Water. 

Ainse, J., laljorer, Amherst near Lagauchetidre. 

AiNSLiE, John, smith and horseshoer. Hay-market 
square. 

Ainslie, WilHam, shoemaker, Devienne. 

Aird, Wm., shoemaker, 112 St. Mary. 

Aird, John, carter, 43 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Aitchinson, Robert, carpenter, McCord near Gabriel. 

AiTKEN, John, & Co., shirt, baby linen, and ladies' 
under-clothing warehouse, 159 Notre Dame. 

Aitkin & Morrison, plasterers, George near Wel- 
lington. 

Albeck, Mrs., house 20^ St. Charles Barromee. 

Alcazer, John, bookkeeper, Hermine near Jur6. 

Alcock, Mrs. John, 60 Bonaventure. 

Alderdice, H., shoemaker, 1 Chenneville. 

Alderdice, John, printer, 45 St. George. 

Alexander, Charles, confectioner, 177 Notre Dame. 

Alexander, Sir James E., A. D. C, 1 Cornwall terrace. 

Alexander, James, laborer, 34 Campeau. 

Alin, Antoine, carpenter, Bonaventure near Mountain. 

Allaire, Joseph, laborer, Brock near Dorchester. 

Allaire, J. B., shoemaker, Dorchester near St. Phillip. 

Allaire, Antoine, laborer, Dufresne near Montcalm. 

Allaire, Joseph, laborer, head of Sanguinet. 

Allard, Charles, cabinetmaker. Visitation near Rose. 

Allard, J. B., carpenter, Chatelle near Visitation. 



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Allard, Baptistc, laborer, St. Margaret. 

Allard, Peter, framemaker, 14 Bonaventure. 

Allard, F., carpenter, Chatelle near Panet. 

Allard, Mrs. Charles, 81 Visitation. 

Allard, J. B., laborer, Panet near St. Catherine. 

Allard, H., clerk, 25 Visitation. 

Allard, Frs., carpenter, 14« Bonaventure, house Bar6. 

Allard, P., laborer, Cadieux street, C6te a Baron. 

Allard, G., laborer, Cadieux street, C6te k Baron. 

Allard, Joseph, laborer, Amherst near Lagauchetiere. 

Allard, Stanislas, carpenter, Chatelle near Panet. 

Allard, John, carter, 29 Brock, 

Allard, Louis, carpenter, Chatelle near Visitation. 

Allan, Andrew, house 2 Beaver-hall terrace. 

Allan, Hugh, house corner of St. Catherine and Alex- 
ander. 

Allan, John, hairdresser and perfumer, 208 Notre 
Dame. 

Allan, W. B., hairdresser, 61^ St. Lawrence. 

Allan, A., joiner, Bonaventure near Mountain. 

Allan, J., shoemaker, 124 St. Mary. 

Allan, Thomas, teacher, Ann near Wellington. 

Allan, George, laborer, Colborne avenue. 

Allan, Samuel, carter, Des R-ivi^res off St. Antoine. 

Allan, Charlotte, 75 Water. 

Allen, William, chair and cabinet-warehouse, 33 
M'Gill. 

Allen, Peter, seedsman. Hay-market square. 

Allen, Alexander, smith, George near Wellington. 

Allison, James, agent, 6 St. Peter, in rear. 

Allison, Miss, milliner, 17 Bonaventure. 

Alio, John, tanner, Colborne avenue, store Custom- 
house square. 

Alio, George, currier, Colborne avenue. 

Al'meda, Mrs. M., house 65 St. Lawrence. 

Alquette, Frederick, cigarmaker, 32 Voltigeurs. 

Alty, Thomas, laborer. Little Dublin off St. George. 

Alvais, Frs. J., candlemaker, Fortier. 

Ambeau, Francis, farmer, Bonaventure. 

American Line of Steam Boats for River St. Law- 
rence, Canada West and Buflalo, W. T.Barron, 
agent, office 24 M<Gill. 



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American Presbyterian Church, corner St. James and 
M'Gill ; School of the Church, Queen near VVilliam» 

Ames, John, shoemaker, Hermine near Lagaucheti^re. 

Amisse, Benjamin, shoemaker, corner of St. Charles 
Barrom6e and Mignonne. 

Amisse, Pascal, smith, off 123 St. Joseph. 

Amisse, Thomas N., laborer Vitre near Sanguinet. 

Amontl, Francis, stonecutter, Vallee. 

Anderson, Evans & Co., general merchants, 12 to 18 
St. Gabriel. 

Anderson, T. B., house 6 Dalhousie square. 

Anderson, R., grocer, 8 St. Maurice. 

Anderson, Robert, china, glass, &c., 171 St. Paul, house 
27 St. Urbain. 

Anderson, George, musician, 112 St. Antoine. 

Anderson, James, shoestore, 209 St. Paul, house Ver- 
sailles near St. Joseph. 

Anderson, John, laborer, William near M*Cord. 

Anderson, William, laborer, 40 Voltigeurs. 

Anderson, James, teacher, 5 St. Dominique. 

Anderson, H., shoemaker, off St. Elizabeth. 

Anderson, G., carpenter, Bronsdon's lane off Dorchester, 

Anderson, John, laborer, Shaw near St. Mary. 

Anderson, David, engineer, Victoria road. 

Anderson, Miss, school, Ann near Gabriel. 

Anderson, Edward, laborer, William near Murray. 

Anderson, John, shoemaker, corner Alexander and 
Lagauchetidre. 

Anderson, William, grocer, 81 St. Mary. 

Andrew. William, tailor, 147 St. Mary. 

Andrews, H. O., advocate, 2 St. Gabriel, house 6 Dal- 
housie square. 

Andrews, Mrs. J., house Bronsdon's lane off Dorchester. 

Andrews, Charles, optician, &c.,Place d'Armes, house 
15 St. Antoine 

Andrigan, J., grocer, corner Mignonne and St. Charles 
Barrom6e. 

Andr6, J., joiner, 70 Vohigeurs. 

Andr6, Louis, joiner, 33 Voltigeurs. 

Angus, Peter, laborer, 42 Salaberry. 

Ansley, Mrs. H., house 55 St. Alexander. 

Appleton, T., builder, Dorchester near St. Denis. 



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Arcand, Pierre, sawyer, 27 Panet. 

Arcand, Antoine, laborer, lane off St. Constant. 

Arcand, Eli, sawyer, Panet near St. Catherine. 

Arcand, Pierre, sawyer, 42 Panet. 

Arcand, Etienne, mason, 54> Panet. 

Archambault, A., grocer, 100 St. Mary. 

Archambault, Alexis, saddler, 27 Visitation. 

Archambault, Louis, carpenter, 33 Panet. 

Archambault, Joseph, laborer, corner Brock and Dor- 
chester. 

Archambault, Mrs. Francois, house Amherst near 
Lagauchetidre. 

Archambault, F.X., carter, Amherst near Lagaucheti^re. 

Archambault, Mrs. A., seamstress, ^6 Visitation. 

Archambault, Alexis, waterman, head of Visitation. 

Archambault, Joseph, carter. Brock near Dorchester. 

Archambault, Joseph, laborer, 48 Visitation. 

Archambault, Prosp^re, shop Dulresne. 

Archambault, D., house Dufresne. 

Archambault, Louis, carter, head of Brock. 

Archambault, Toussaint, joiner, Montcalm near St. 
Catherine. 

Archambault, J. B., carpenter, Panet near St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Archambault, Louis, carter, Panet near Dorchester. 

Archambault, Francis, laborer, Panet near Dorchester. 

Archambault, Alexander, laborer, 29 Visitation. 

Archambault, Joseph, painter, Blache lane off Mountain. 

Archambault, Miss, dressmaker, 1 Barclay. 

Arcouet, C, boots and shoes, head of German. 

Arcouet, A., tinsmith, head of Visitation. 

Archbold, Mrs., house Dorchester street, Beaver-hall. 

Arless, James, cabinetmaker, Nazareth. 

Arless, Mrs., house Victoria road near St. Catherine. 

Armand, George, shoemaker, St. Simeon. 

Armour, John, bookseller and stationer, 9 Great St. 
James, house 82 St. Antoine. 

Armour, Robert, house 35 St. Urbain. 

Armour, Daniel, trader, 58 St. Lawrence. 

Armstrong, George, cabinetmaker, Hay-market square. 

Armstrong, Mrs. S., 49 Bonaventure. 

Armstrong, William, carter, 77 St. Mary. 

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Armstrong, John, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 
Armstrong, Miss, dressmaker, 8 Dorchester. 
Armstrong, Mrs. M. J., nurse, 8 Dorchester. 
Armstrong, William, & Co., groceries and wines, 

104 Notre Dame and 151 St. Joseph. 
Armstrong, J., sexton Christ Church Cathedral, 59 

St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Armstrong, Robert, laborer, 16 Panet. 
Armstrong, Mrs. A., house Panet near St. Catherine. 
Arnois, Thomas, shoemaker, 123 St. Charles Barromee. 
Arnold, Hezekiah, teacher, 165 St. Mary. 
Arnoldi, Dr., house 58 Craig. 
Arnoldi, Mrs., house 61 Champ de Mars. 
Arnott, James, moulder, William. 
Arnott, William, grocer, corner Dorchester and St. 

Simeon. 
Arthur, James, & Co., wholesale and retail dry goods, 

174 Notre Dame. 
Arthur, James F., house City Councillors. 
Arthur, A. &. J., wholesale dry goods, 174 Notre Dame. 
Arthur & Aitken, dressmakers, l59 Notre Dame. 
Arthur, Alexander, house St. Alexander. 
Aecher, G. J., agent of S. J. Newstadt & Barnet, 53 

Great St. James. 
Ashley, George, ropemaker, 40 Panet. 
Ashworth, Mrs. Job, house Nazareth. 
Aspinall, Samuel, laborer, Sophia lane off Craig. 
Aspinall, Robert, joiner, &c., Sophia lane oif Craig. 
Asselin, J. B., 6 St. Peter. 
Asselin, Jean, sawyer, Visitation near Mignonne. 
Asselin, Pierre, carter, lane off Panet. 
Ash, John, furniture store, St. Peter near Craig. 
Atchison, Samuel, laborer, Colborne avenue. 
Atkins, Mrs., milliner, Lagaucheti^re near Alexander. 
Atkins, John, shoemaker, head of German. 
Atkinson, John, general agent, 12 St. Paul and 29 

Notre Dame. 
Atkinson, Charles, house 60 Bleury. 
Atkinson, Pvichard, painter, 12 St. Paul. 
Atwater, E., & Co., paints, oils, and glass, 193 St. 

Paul, house 3 Beaver-hall place. 
Atwater, A. W., house 193 St. Paul. 



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Atvvell, William, grocer, corner Bleury and Dorchester. 

Atvvell, J., plasterer, lane off Kempt. 

Aube, J. B., stonecutter, J32Sanguinet. 

Aubcrtin, Lawrence, carter, 64 Montcalm. 

Aubertin, Louis, house 32 St. Margaret. 

Aubichon, M., sculptor, 130 St. Lawrence. 

Aubry, Mrs. O., house 96 St. Urbain. 

Aubry, , house Bare off St Joseph. 

Auclair, Narcisse, mason, 96 St. Dominique. 

Audette, Joseph, carpenter, corner Montcalm 
Dorchester. 

Auger, Joseph, shoemaker, St. Catherine near Panet. 

Auger, Baptiste, house Mountain near Bonaventure. 

Auger, Fran9ois, laborer, Brock near Dorchester. 

Auger, Mrs., house 3 St. Constant. 

Auger, R., laborer, 44" Panet. 

AuLD, John, commission merchant, 191 St. Paul, up- 
stairs. 

AuLD, Edward W., ship agent and commission mer- 
chant, 191 St. Paul, up-stairs. 

Auld, John, house 109 St. Antoine. 

Auldjo, Lewis, house Victoria terrace. 

AussEM & L'EcuYER, notaries public, Custom-house 
square. 

Aussem, Joseph, house Fortification lane near Bleury. 

Aussem, Mrs., boarding-house, 16 Bonaventure. 

Austin, Charles, grocer, corner St. Maurice and St. 
Henry. 

Austin, H. W., advocate, 27 Little St. James. 

Austin, James, shoestore, 173 Notre Dame. 

Austin, Mrs., laundress, 29 Champ de Mars. 

Awde, George, finisher, St. Henry. 

Ayers, R., cabinetmaker, 57 St. George. 

Aylwin, Hon. Judge, house. Current St. Mary. 

BABCOCK, Michael, stove & castings warehouse, 34 
McGill, house City Councillors. 

Babington, Thomas, engineer, Dorchester near Colborne 
avenue. 

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Baby, Joseph, notary, head of St. Denis. 
Bachant, Joseph, laborer, Panet near Lagauchetidre. 
Bacon, Francis, cabinetmaker, St. Elizabeth. 
Badgley AND ABBOTT,advocates, 34 Little St. James. 



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Badgley, Hon. Wm., M. P. P., house Dorchester street, 

Cdte St. Antoine. 
Bagg, S.f house C6te k Baron. 
Bagg, S. C, notary public, house Sherbrooke near St. 

Urbain. 
Bagg, Mrs. Abner, house 136 Sherbrooke. 
Baillargeon, D., laborer, 92 Amherst, 
Baillie, Robert, grocer, corner Vitre and Chenneville. 
Baillie, Mrs., house 16 St. Genevieve. 
Baillie, James, house Custom-house square. 
Bain, Mrs. J., house 121 St. Constant. 
Bain, Charles, house lane off Kempt. 
Baird, Edmund, cabinetware, 3 Place d'Armes, house 

head of Alexander. 
Baker, Joseph, butcher, St. Joseph. 
Balchin, Geo., grocer, corner of Campeau and Rous- 
seau. 
Baldock, Mrs. James, 4 Gain. 
Balfour, Mrs., house 34 St. Dominique. 
Ballam, M., laborer, St. Felix ofTBonaventure. 
Ball, P., tailor, St. Constant near Dumarais. 
Bancrofl, H., advocate, 49 Little St. James. 
Banque du Peuple, B. H. Lemoine, cashier, Great St. 

James. 
Bansley, David, hairdresser and perfumer, 1 12 Notre 

Dame 
Barbarin, Baptiste, laborer, Bar^ off St. Joseph. 
Barb6, Thomas, cabinetmaker, 71 St. Dominique. 
Barbeau, Ant., laborer, Panet. 
Barbeau, L. C, dry goods, 102^ St. Paul. 
Barbeau, Mrs. Thomas, house 146 St. Lawrence. 
Barbeau, S., carter, St. Elizabeth near Mignonne. 
Barbeau, Joseph, stonecutter, Mignonne near St. Charles 

Barrom^e. 
Barbeau, Thomas, mason, 131 St. Lawrence, 
Barbeau, Maxime, turner, Vitr6. 
Barber, Dr., homeopathist, 33 Little St. James. 
Barbier, Pierre, carter, 51 Campeau. 
Bar6, N., grocer and tanner, 236 St. Joseph. 
Baret, Augustine, carter, 88 Sanguinet. 
Baret, Joseph, joiner, 59 Panet. 
Barlow, Edward, locksmith, 16^ St. Joseph. 



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Barlow, Mrs., milliner, 36 St. George. 

Barnard, James, general commission agent, house 7 
Alexander. 

Barnard, Miss, dressmaker, 4« Alexander. 

Barnet, G., shoemaker, College near St. Henry. 

Barnet, G., mason, house Dorchester near German. 

Barnet, , clerk, house Bleury. 

Barnet, J., watchmaker, 160 St. Lawrence. 

Barnes, , engineer, George near Wellington. 

Barnes, H., Railroad office. Custom-house square, boards 
at Montreal House. 

Barns, John, clerk, 2 St. Gabriel. 

Barnum, Richard, forwarder, corner Grey Nun and 
Common, house Dalhousie. 

Barrack Master's office, corner of Lacroix and Water. 

Barrett, J. T., house 1 Hanover terrace, Bleury. 

Barrett, John B., agent for George Virtue's illustrated 
publications, Craig near Hermine. 

Barrington, Thos., millwright, Longueuil lane. 

Barillier & Julien, restaurant, 47 Little St. James. 

Barrington, George, saddler, 39 McGill, house Anderson. 

Barron, Pierre, trader, Jur6 near Anderson. 

Barron, Joseph, carter, lane off Mountain. 

Barron, C. C, house 18 St. Antoine. 

Barron, Mrs., house corner Montcalm and Visitation. 

Barron, Charles, mason. Mountain near St. Joseph. 

Barron, Denis, shoemaker. Custom-house square. 

Barron, P., house Panet near St. Catherine. 

Barron, Charles, carter. Visitation near St, Catherine. 

Barron, Mrs., huckster, 25 St. Dominique. 

Barron, J., carter, head of Brock. 

Barrow, J. B., clerk, 84- St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Barsalo, Joseph, jun., clerk, Lagaucheti^re near Hermine 
Barsalo & Dominique, cullers, St. Nicholas. 

Barsalo, Joseph, house 154 St. Lawrence. 
Barsaloue, H., plumber, Vitre near Cdt6. 
Barthe, J. G., advocate, 25 St. Gabriel, house West Dor- 
chester. 
Bartley, Wm. p., St. Lawrence engine works, south 

side of the Canal. 
Bartley, Wm. P., ship and general smith, Prince near 
Wellington. 






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Barry, John, house 5 Si. Genevieve. 

Barry, Mrs. John, green grocer, 1 Jur6. 

Basset, Ralph, cooper, Recollect, house Jur^. 

Bastien, £., wraterman, St. Phillip. 

Bastien, Noel, carpenter, Panct near St. Catherine. 

Bastien, Benoit, carpenter, Panet near St. Catherine. 

Bastable, James, laborer, 37 Mountain. 

Batchelor, Alexander, gunsmith, 23 Champ de Mars. 

Bates, John, sherifTs officer, 38 Craig. 

Bates, J. & W. A., advocates, 38 Craig. 

Bates, J., tailor, 5 Colborne. 

Battle, Thomas, cooper, George near William and St. 
Peter, next the Church. 

Baudet, Octave, shoemaker, German near Dorchester. 

Bauden, John, butcher, 206 St. Joseph. 

Bauden, J., butcher, 18 Adolphus. 

Bauden, Joseph, butcher, house Dorchester near Guy. 

Baudoin, Jacques, laborer, 42 Dorchester. 

Baxter, Mathew, wholesale dry goods, 204" St. Paul, 
house Lagaucheti^re near St. George. 

Baxter, P., carter, 137 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Bayard, Joseph, shoemaker. Brock near Mignonne. 

Bayard, Mrs., house George near Common. 

Bayley, William, laborer, Bronsdon's lane off Dorches- 
ter. 

Bayley, James, furrier, 105 Notre Dame. 

Baylis, J., house Hanover street, Beaver-hall. 

Baylis, J., printing-ink manufacturer, C6te des Neiges. 

Bazinet, Joseph, trader, 37 St. Ignace. 

Bazinet, A., furrier, and hatter, 128 Bleury. 

Bazinet, Fran9ois, joiner, St. Catherine. 

Bazillier, Joseph, laborer, St. Denis. 

Beard, John, laborer, Aylmer. 

Beatty, Charles, boot and shoemaker, 97 Notre Dame. 

Beatty, George & James, laborers, Victoria road. 

Beatty, William, smith, Nazareth near Gabriel. 

Beatty, Mrs., house Murray near Gabriel. 

Beaubien, P., M. D., corner St. Fran9ois Xavier and 
Craig. 

Beaubien, Mrs., laundress, head of Sanguinet. 

Beaubien, Ambrose, cabinetmaker, 32 Mountain. 

Beaucaire, Francois, stonecutter, St. Dominique. 






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Bcaucaire, Louis, butcher, St. Constant near Mignonne. 

Beaucaire, L., butcher, head of St. Constant. 

Beaucaire, Fran9ois, mason, (rfl* 106 St. Charles Barro- 
m6e. 

Beauchamp, J. B., fireman, 35 St. Paul. 

Beauchamp, Mrs. J., Panet near St. Catherin<», 

Beauchamp, Jacques, smith, Montcp'm, near Dorcliester. 

Beauchamp, Stanislas, laborer, Montcalm near Sti Cathe- 
rine. 

Beauchamp, Francois, carter, German. 

Beauchamp, Pierre, gardener, 19 Visitation. 

Beauchamp, John, shoemaker, Allard off Visitation. 

Beauchamp, Michael, trader, St. Dominique. 

Beauchamp, F^lix, laborer, Chaboillez. 

Beauchamp, Charles, laborer, lane oflf Visitation. 

Beauchamp, Joseph, gardener, C6te i Baron. 

Beauchamp, David, trader, 42 Montcalm. 

Beauchamp, John, smith, Brock, near Lagauchetidre. 

Beauchamp, Denis, joiner, Durham near Dorchester. 

Beauchamp, F61ix, smith, St. Catherine near Montcalm. 

Beauchamp, Joseph, trader, 62 St. Elizabeth. 

Beauchamp, F., joiner, Dorchester near German. 

Beauchamp, P., laborer, Mignonne near Panet. 

Beauchamp, Mrs., seamstress, Lagauchetidre near 
Panet. 

Beauchamp, Francois, laborer, St. Henry near College. 

Beauchamp, Joseph, joiner. Brock near Mignonne. 

Beauchamp, Joseph, carter, head of Brock. 

Beauchamp, Michael, carter, head of Brock. 

Beauchamp, Joseph, gardener, Durocher near the 
Mountain. 

Beauchamp, L., tailor, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 

Beauchamp, Mrs., midwife, corner Dorchester and 
Sanguinet. 

Beauchamp, Mrs. J., house St. Urbain near Craig. 

BEAUCHEMIN& Payette, bookbinders & stationers, 81 
St. Paul. 

Beauchemin, O., house head of St. Constant. 

Beauchene, Mrs., laundress, St. Constant near Mig- 
nonne. 

Beaudoin, G., laborer, 13P St. Lawrence. 

Beaudoin, Antoine, house Wolfe near Dorchester. 



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Beaudreau, C, baker, Si. Mary near Panet. 
Beaudry, J. L., & Co., general dry goods, 80 Notre 

Dame. 
Beaudry, J. L., house Champ de Mars near Gosford. 
Beaudry, Joseph, general dry goods, 124« Notre Dame, 

house 7 St. Charles Barromee. 
Beaudry, J. B., general dry goods, Notre Dame, opposite 

the Water Works. 
Beaudry, J. U., advocate, clerk of court of appeals, 

house 14 St. Hubert. 
Beaudry, F. X., house 90 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Beaudry, Joseph, mason, 117 St. Constant. 
Beaudry, Louis, bookkeeper, 142 St. Paul. 
Beaudry, Joseph, merchant tailor, 76 Notre Dame. 
Beaudry, T., waterman, 43 Voltigeurs. 
Beaudry, James, house off 20 Visitation. 
Beaudry, Mrs., house 93 St. Urbain. 
Beaudry, P. J., notary public, off Visitation. 
Beaudry, Pierre, house 48 Sanguinet. 
Beaudry, F., blacksmith, Montcalm near St. Marv. 
Beaufield, R., of Gibb & Co., 163 Notre Dame. ' 
Beaulieu, Mrs. E., house St. Ignace near St. Mary. 
Beaulieu, Joseph, hatter, 25 Montcalm. 
Beaulieu, Charles, joiner, head of Montcalm. 
Beaulieu, Edward, carter, St. Catherine near Visitation. 
Beaulieu, Joseph, carter, 133 St. Lawrence. 
Beauheu, Eli, joiner, 85 St. Dominique. 
Beaulieu, Pierre, laborer, 20 Adolphus. 
Beausejour, Joseph, painter, Mignonne near Brock. 
Beausejour, Charles, mason. Napoleon off Visitation. 
Beausejour, Baptiste, shoemaker, 95 St. Urbain. 
Beausoleil, Mrs., laundress, Lagauchetiere. 
Beausoleil, Joseph, trader, St. Catherine near St. 

Elizabeth. 
Beaumont, Mrs. J., house corner St. Catherine and 

Wolfe. 
Beaupr6, J., store, corner Wolfe and Dorchester. 
Beck, George C, grocery and tavern, 67 St. Joseph. 
Becket, John C, printer, 22 Great St. James, house 

Brunswick. 
Becket, James, storeman, Roy lane off St. Joseph. 
Bedard, Louis, plasterer, German near St. Catherine. 



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Bedard, Mrs. A., house 6 Brock. 

Bedwell & Kerr, advocates, 21 Little St. James. 

Bedwell, C. R., advocate, 14 City Councillors. 

Bedique, Miss, house 143 St. Lawrence. 

Beers, J. C, cabinetmaker and upliolsterer. 

Beers, J. J., cabinetmaker, 26 Bonaventure. 

Begg, Alexander, house corner Hanover and Dorchester. 

Begley, Michael, laborer, William near Inspector. 

Begley, James, tailor, corner Wellington and Ann. 

Behan, Miss, dressmaker, 20 Bonaventure. 

Beique, J. F., dry goods, 23 St. Lawrence. 

B61aire, Basil, builder, Radegond. 

B61aire, Joseph P., blacksmith, Bonsecours near St. 
Denis, house 17 Champ de Mars. 

Belaire, Mrs., midwife, 119 St. Constant. 

B6laire, R. P., trader, house 162 St. Lawrence. 

B61aire, Edward, carter, lane off St. Margaret. 

Belaire, Mrs., house, 27 St. Lewis. 

B61aire, Augustin, joiner, Montcalm near St. Catherine. 

Belaire, David, mason, Mignonne near St. Denis. 

B61and, Antoine, tailor, Devienne. 

B6!and, D., furrier, St. Dominique. 

B61ange, Mrs., cor^etmaker, 11 St. Lambert. 

Belange, S., cooper. Visitation near St. Catherine. 

B^langer, Francois, house Bare lane off St. Joseph. 

B^langer, Mrs. B., house German, near Dumarais. 

B^langer, Baptiste, tinsmith, College near Dupr6 lane. 

B^langer, Baptiste, mason, off 123 St. Joseph. 

B61anger, J. B., carter, 179 St. Joseph. 

Belanger, P., saddler, Visitation near St. Catherine. 

Belanger, Joseph, joiner, Mignonne near Montcalm. 

B61anger, Joseph, jun., Mignonne near Montcalm. 

B61anger, Pierre, baker, court off Valine. 

B6Janger, J. M., carter, St. Catherine near Visitation. 

B61anger, Etienne, tavern, St. Peter near Commissioners. 

B61anger, Zepherin, waterman, head of Brqck. 

B6langer, P., sexton, 98 St. Urbain. 

B61anger, Michel, house 8 Wolfe. 

Belanger, J. B., trader, 19 St. Ignace. 

Belcour, Mrs., house Durham near Dorchester. 

Belin, Alexander, shoemaker, Mignonne n^r St. Con- 
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BfiLiNGE & Betournay, advocates, 3 St. Vincent. 

B^Iinge, F. M., house Chaboillez square. 

B^linge, Misa, boarding-house, 4 St. Peter. 

B61inge, Antoine mason, court off Vallee. 

Belique, Toussaint, carter, 22 Visitation. 

Belique, Louis, carpenter, 49 Visitation. 

Belique Joseph, saddler, Bare off St. Joseph. 

Beliveau, L. J., hardware, 69 St. Paul. 

Bell, Joshua and Thomas, boots and shoes, 114 Notre 

Dame, house 12 St. Jean Baptiste. 
Bell, Thos., C. H. officer, house head of St. Denis. 
Bell, John, grocer, comer of Nazareth and Wellington. 
Bell, Mrs. William, 55 St. Urbain. 
Bell, William, storeman, Craig near Hay-market. 
Bell, James, joiner, Nazareth near Wellington. 
Bell, Daniel, upholsterer, Devienne. 
Bell, Wm., carpenter, William near Colborne. 
Bell, James, laborer, Colborne avenue. 
Bell, Thomas, Vitr6 near St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Bell, Arthur, commissariat, 16 St. Antoine place. 
Bell, David, house 12 Montcalm. 
Bell, Charles, laborer, St. Ignace near St. Mary. 
Bell, Abraham, clerk, St. Henry near College. 
Belle, C. E., notary public, 9 St. Vincent. 
Belle, Joseph, notary public, 12 ^t. Lambert, house 10 

St. Elizabeth. 
Bellebeau, Felix, carriagemaker, Alexander near Craig. 
Bellemare, K., editor, St. Elizabeth near Craig. 
Bellemare, Miss, milliner, 15 Amherst. 
Belletete, George, tavern, Water. 
Bellisle, Mrs. P., house Mantcalm near Sti Catherine. 
Bellisle, Antoine, carter, Mignonne near St. Constant. 
Bellisle, A., pilot, King near William. 
Bellisle, Pierre, police, St. Catherine near Montcalm. 
Bellisle, S., shoemaker, St. Constant. 
Bellisle, E., waterman, off St. Phillip. 
Bellisle, Joseph, shoemaker, St. Simeon. 
Bellisle, Thomas, carter, corner St. Catherine and Brock. 
Bellisle, Mrs. Francis, house Wolfe near Dorchester. 
Benard, Joseph, trader, Dorchester St. west. 
Benard, Nicholas, ptiinter, Chaboillez. 
Benard, Francis, laborer, German near St. Catherine. 



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Benard, J. B., moulder, 101 St. Lawrence. 

Benallack, Hy., smith, 129 St. Lawrence. 

Bender, Francois X., advocate, St. Th6r6se. 

Bender, Mrs., house St. Catherine near St. Denis. 

Benet, E., carter, Chaboillez. 

Benjamin, W. & Co., tailors and clothiers, (conducted 

by D. Marlow) 131 Notre Dame. 
Benjamin, S. & G., wholesale dry goods, 226 St. Paul. 
Benjamin, G., house 48 Craig. 
Benjamin, S., house 7 Dalhousie square. 
Benjamin, William, & Co., (late Benjamin and Brothers) 

dry goods, 132 Notre Dame. 
Benn, Robert, carpenter and builder, Berthelot near 

Bleury. 
Bennett, Mrs. John, 4 Queen square. 
Bennett, George, butcher, Panet near Lagauchetidre. 
Bennett, William P., Exchange saloon, 26 St. Francois 

Xavier. 
Bennett, Wm., tailor, 46 Bleury. 
Bennett, William, carpenter. Prince near Wellington. 
Bennett, Richard, cabman, 16 St. Maurice. 
Bennett, William, laborer, Current St. Mary. 
Benning, James, house Behnont, Beaver-hall. 
Benny, Walter, baker, 27 St. Joseph. 
Benoit, P., trader, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 
Benoit, Joseph, house 83 Wolfe. 
Benoit, Frs., house 46 St. Antoine. 4 

Benoit, Louis, musician, Perrault's court off Craig. 
Benoit, E., trader, St. Catherine near Wolfe. 
Benoit, F. X., laborer, Montcalm near Dorchester. 
Benoit, Edward, house, St. Catherine near Wolfe. 
Benoit, Mrs. J., house head of St. Lawrence. 
Benoit, J. D., tailor, Panet near Water. 
Benoit, M., smith, Panet near St. Catherine. 
Benoit, Francois, joiner, Panet near Dorchester. 
Benoit, Christopher, butcher, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Benoit, Z., trader, 32 Commissioners, house Dorches 

ter near Sanguinet. 
Benoit, Francois, house 42 St. Lewis. 
Benoit, Benjamin, painter, 14 Viger square, St. Denis. 
Benson, H. E., tea and coffee store, 178 Notre Dame. 

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Bent, G., general agent, 183 St. Paul, house Grey Nun- 

Benton, James, dyer and scourer, Little William street, 
opposite the Recollect Church, near Notre Dame. 

Benvir, F6lix, painter, St Margaret. 

B^rard, Charles, carpenter. Brock near St. Catherine. 

B^rard, Paul, carriagemaker, 7 Wolfe. 

Berard, Francois, carriagemaker, 108 St. Mary. 

B^rard, Mrs., house 97 Amherst. 

B6rard, J. B., sawyer, Mignonne. 

B6rard, Antoine, carter, Mignonne. 

Berard, Mrs., house 96 Amherst. 

Bergeron, J. B., joiner. Brock near St. Catherine. 

Bergeron, A. E., tavern, Bonsecours near Notre Dame- 

Bergeron, 0., boarding-house, 37 Commissioners. 

Bergin, Mrs. B., house Lagauchetidre near St. Domi- 
nique. 

Bergevin, J. B., house St. Simeon. 

Bergevin, Mrs. J. B., cooperage, Phillip. 

Berland, C, grocer, corner St. Charles Barrom^e & 
Mignonne. 

Beriinguette, Louis, carpenter, corner Visitation & Mig- 
nonne. 

Berlinguette Joseph, joiner, head of Montcalm. 

Beriinguette, Frs., shoemaker, Panet near Dorchester. 

B^riau, Pierre, trader, 45 St. Elizabeth. 

Beriau, Octave, plasterer, 72 St. Elizabeth. 

Bermingham, John, tailor, Capital. 

Bernabe, G., clerk, 26 St. Urbain. 

Bernard, Doctor A., surgeon dentist, 65 Craig. 

Bernard, Harkin & Co., auctioneers and commission 
merchants, L52 St. Paul. 

Bernard, J. D., house 152 St. Paul. 

Berry, Robert, house head of Amherst. 

Berry, William, machinist, Longueuil lane. 

Berthelet, Olivier, house 57 Great St. James. 

Berthelet, Miss Th^r^se, house 161 Notre Dame. 

Berthelet, Mrs. B., house 14< C6te. 

Berthelet, D., grocer. Current St. Mary. 

Berthelot, Louis F., groceries & wines, 1 St. Mary, 
corner Dalhousie square. 

Berthelot, J. A., advocate, corner of Craig and St. Do- 
minique. 



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Berthelot, Jules, house, Berthelot near Aylmer. 

Berthiaume, Narcisse, grocer, St. Catherine near Bleury. 

Berthiaume, Joseph, dry goods, corner Fabrique and ^. 
Amable lane. 

Berthiaume, Louis, tavern, Jacques Cartier square. 

Berthiaume, Louis, stonecutter, head of St. Dominique. 

Berthiaume, Mrs., house St. Catherine near St. Denis. 

Berthiaume, Frs., laborer, court otf German. 

Berthiaume, Etienne, mason, head of St. Dominique. 

Berthiaume, Etienne, mason, Mignonne near St. Domi- 
nique. 

Bertram, Alexander, horseshoer, corner St. Mary 
and Lacroix near Dalhousie square. 

Bertrand, J., joiner, Colborne near WiUiam. 

Bertrand, Augustin, joiner, 3 St. Sim6on. 

Bertrand, Louis, house 25 St. Ignace. 

Bertrand, Joseph, sen., stonecutter, court off St. Denis. 

Bertrand, Joseph, voyageur, Montcalm near St Cathe- 
rine. 

Bertrand, Joseph, jun., stonecutter, court off St. Denis. 

Bertrand, Mrs., dressmaker, 19 St. Antoine. 

Bertrand, J. B., house Current St. Mary. 

Berube, P., carter, St. Dominique. 

Bestin, Mrs., laundress, Colborne near St. Joseph. 

Best, Francis, joiner, 49 Campeau. 

Bethune, John, house Cadieux street, C6te a Baron. 

Bethune, Rev. Dr. John, 7 Beaver-hall terrace. 

Bethune & Dunkin, advocates, 33 Little St. James. 

Bethune, Strachan, house 38 St. Denis. 

Betournay, Louis, advocate, 3 St. Vincent, house 33 
Craig. 

Betty, Mrs., boarding-house, 15 St. Law^rence. 

Beyer, Mrs. George, confectioner, 73 St. Lawrence. 

Bibaud, M., French translator, 37 Little St. James. 

Bibaud, Dr. J. G., 66 Craig. 

Bibaud, P., advocate, 37 Little St. James. 

Bibaud, Louis, bootnjaker, St. F61ix near St. Joseph. 

Bibaud, J. J., advocate, 37 Little St. James. 

Bibaud, Mrs., dressmaker, St. Joseph. 

Bible and Tract Society's Depository and Sunday 
School Union, James Milne, agent, 31 Great St. 
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Bickerstcff, Wm., laborer, George near Gabriel. 

Bienvenii, B., tailor, 44 St. Lawrence. 

Bienvenu, Theodore, tailor, 19 Campeau. 

Bigelow, Mrs. Jos., 3 St. Edward. 

Bigelow, Mrs. R., grocer, 108 Bleiiry. 

Biggs, Joseph, gardener, Friponne. 

Bignon, John, grocer and butcher, Mountain near St. 

Joseph. 
Bilham, Quarter Master, 20th Regiment, house 4 St. 

Denis. 
Billet, J. B., carter, St. Catherine near St. Andr6. - 
Billet, Jean, printer, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 
Billet, Francis, laborer, 110 St. Dominique. 
BiNMQRE, Brodie & Cc, general merchants, Calli^re. 
Binmore, George, house 6 Bonaventure. 
Binning, Miss, dressmaker, 21 C6t^. 
Birche, David, confectioner, 57 St. Mary. 
Bird, William, cooper, King near William. 
BiRKS Richard, chemist and druggist, 29 McGill. 
Birks, John, house Burnside cottage, Sherbrooke. 
BiRON, Edouard, groceries and wines, corner McGill 

and St. Joseph. 
Biron, M., laborer, corner Montcalm and Visitation. 
Biron, J. B., clerk, Lagauchetidre. 
Biron, Charles, joiner, head of Montcalm. 
Birss, John, house 69 St. Antoine. 
Bishop's Church, and School, St. Denis. 
Bishop's Palace, (Roman Catholic,) St. Catherine near 

St. Denis. 
Bishop, Patrick, laborer, Murray, near Gabriel. 
Bisson, J. B. E., tinsmith, 101 St. Lawrence. 
Bisson, Alex., trader, St. Catherine near St. Phillip. 
Bisson, Louis, garcLeiier, 117 Bonaventure. 
Bissond^, FFancis, cabinetmaker, St. Edward lane. * 
Bissonnette, Louis, joiner, Mignonne near German. 
Bissonnette, Joseph, baker. Valine. 
Bissonnette, Miss, laundress, head of Montcalm 
Bissonnette, Miss S., hospice, comer Lafontaine and 

Panet. 
Bissonnette, Nicholas, joiner, 50 Amherst. 
Bissonnette, Alexander, house 15 Tolentin. 
Blache, Mrs., house 5 St. Antoine. 



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Blache, Louis, carpenter, Dorchester near Mountain. 

Blache, Isidore, house 10 Wolfe. 

Blache, H., carter, 98 St. Antoine. 

Black, A., clerk, 5 St. Phillip. 

Black, A., baker, 18 Chenneville. 

Black, James F. D., clerk, house College near Inspector. 

Blackader, Mrs., strawbonnet maker, 189 Notre Dame 

Blackader, F. F., house Phillip's square, 

Blackburn, Hugh, laborer, lane off Gabriel. 

Blackball, George, joiner, Anderson near Lagauchetiere. 

Blackball, Jos., bookbinder, Anderson near Lagau- 
chetiere. 

Blacklock, Mrs., house lane off Tolentin. 

Blackwood, John, notary, Vitr6 near St. Urbain. 

Blackwood, James M., auctioneer, 15 St. Sacrament. 

Blair, James, foundryman, 4< Gain. 

Blais, Mark, house off Vitr6 near Chenneville. 

Blais, F. X., tinsmith, Mignofine near St. Denis. 

Blais, Amab., laborer, court off St. Phillip. 

Blais, Mrs., dressmaker, Alexander near Jur6. 

Blais, Mrs., dressmaker, 22 Adolphus. 

Blake, John, tailor, 13 St. Gabriel* 

Blake, Wm., messenger, 8 St. George. 

Blakiston, Robert, sailmaker, corner Port and Common. 

Blanchard, Mrs. J., laundress, Wolfe near Lagauche- 
tiere. 

Blanchard, Louis, hats and fyrs, 125 St. Paul, house 6 
Durocher. 

Blanchard, F., wheelwright, corner St. Catherine and 
Panet. 

Blanchet, Miss C, dressmaker, 93 St. Constant. 

Biane, John, laborer. Queen near Common. 

Blanguay, Augustin, laborer, 141 St. Joseph. 

Bleaklet &. Andrews, advocates, 2 St. Gabriel. 

BJeakley, Jno., advocate, house corner Barclay & Water. 

Bleakley, William, notary, corner Barclay and Water. 

Bleau, Etienne, carter, Dorchester near St. Elizabeth 

Bleau, Fran9ois, carter, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 

Bleau, Joseph, mason, head of Panel. 

Bleau, Lambert, stonecutter, St. Catherine near Mont- 
calm. 

Blondin, Andrew, tanner, 20 Wolfe. 



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Rlundell, James, shoestore, 177 Notre Dame. 

Bluteau, Chas., shoemaker, 43 Water. 

Biythe, Mrs., laundress, Ann near Wellington. 

Blythe, Mrs. James, dry goods, 187 Notre Dame. 

Board of Works, office of, south side of the Canal. 

BocKus, Charles, auctioneer and commission mer- 
chant, 221^ St. Paul, house 11 Beaver-hall terrace. 

Bockus, Nelson M., house 67 Bleury. 

Boese, Joseph, dyer and scourer. College near Dupr6 
lane. 

Bofte, R., furrier, 107 St. Charles Barromee. 

Bohle, H. S., furrier, Jacques Cartier square. 

B()hle,P., silversmith, Lagauchetidre near St. Lawrence. 

BoHLE & Hendry, vtrorking silversmiths, &c., 42 Craig. 

Boire, A., shoemaker, Dorchester near Sydenham. 

Boire, F. X., joiner, corner Mignonne and Montcalm. 

Boire, J. B., mason, German. 

Boisvert, Mrs., confectioner, 28 St. Urbain. 

Boisvert, Alfred, confectioner, 116 Sanguinet. 

Boisvert, Mrs., house Dorchester, west. 

Boissy, Augt., mason, St. Catherine. 

Boivin, Antoine, baker, St. Catherine. 

Boivin, Agapide, carter, Durham near St. Catherine. 

Boivin, L. P., watchmaker and jeweller, 88 Notre Dame. 

Boivin, Ls., carter. Brock near St. Catherine. 

Boivin, Moses, joiner, 63 St Maurice. ^•■ 

Bolan, John, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 

Bolduc, Frs., agent, Chaboillez. 

Bolduc, Joseph, caulker, 19 St. Dominique. 

Bolton, Henry, tanner, Colborne avenue. 

Bonacina, Chs. F., house Dorchester near Mountain. 

Bonacina, Jos. & Co., general merchants, Nun's build- 
ings, St. Joseph, 

Bonin, Isidore, tailor, 103 St. Lawrence, 

Bond, Rev. William, house Muir's buildings, St. Mo- 
nique. 

Bond, Wm., laborer, McCord near Wellington. 

Bone, Thomas, turner, 20 Bonaventure. 

Bonner, John, cooper, St. Alexis. 

Bonner, John, clerk, Dalhousie near Gabriel. 

Bonneville, Frs., trader, Brock near Dorchester. 

Bon-Pasteur Nunnery, Sherbrooke. 



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Bonsecours Churcli, corner St. Paul and Bonsecours. 

Bonsecours Market, St. Paul. 

Bonter, J., forwarding merchant, Common street Canal 
Wharf. 

Boone, William, bricklayer, Roy lane. 

Booth, Richard, wheelwright, Queen near Gabriel. 

Booth, William, milkman, Durham. 

Borbridge, Misses, milliners, &c., 78 St. Lawrence. 

Borrie, Mrs., house corner Vitr6 and St. Urbain. 

Borret, S., cabinetmaker, Vall6e. 

Boston, John, sheriff of Montreal, office Old Court- 
house, house at St. Catherines. 

Bostwick, Edwin N., house Lusignan near Sydenham 
place. 

Botham, Thomas, moulder, William. 

Bouchard, P., brickmaker, head of Fullum. 

Boucher, M., laborer, Ann near WeUington. 

Boucher, Ls., laborer, Charlotte off St, Dominique. 

Boucher, M., grocer, Dorchester near St. Phillip. 

Boucher, Ignace, painter, Panet near Dorchester. 

Boucher, S., carpenter. Visitation near St. Catherine. 

Boucher, Mrs., house 119 Sanguinet. 

Boucher, J., stonecutter, 5 Chenneville. 

Boucher, Frs. X., mason, 104 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

BouDREAU, S. S., general dry goods, 134 Notre Dame 

Boudreau, Cyril, baker, St. Mary. 

Boudreau, Maxime, carpenter, Montcalm near St. Ca- 
therine. 

Boudreau, A., shoemaker, Bar6 near St. Joseph. 

Boudreau, Ferdinand, shoemaker, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Boudreau, Esau, house St. Genevieve. 

Bougie, Baptiste, carter, off Panet near Dorchester. 

BouLANGET, J. C., merchant tailor, next the old Done- 
gana's Hotel, Notre Dame. 

Boulanget, Ant., house Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Boulanget, Frs., waterman, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Boulet, Michel, tavern, corner Mountain and St. Antoine. 

Boulet, Frs., blacksmith, St. Antoine bridge. 

Bourassa, Mrs. G., dry goods, 158 St. Paul. 

Bourassa, Louis, trader, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Bourbon, Pierre, carter. Bare off St. Joseph. 

Bourbon, B., carter, 92 St. Antoine. 



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Simeon. 
Bourbonniere, N. G., notary, 9 St. Vincent. 
Bourbonni^re, Mrs. J., house Current St. Mary. 
Bourbonnidre, Baptiste, carter, Devienne. 
Bourbonni^re, J. B., joiner, 107 St. Dominique. 
Bourbonnidre, Fran9oi8, pilot, 28 Salaberry. 
Bourbonnidre, Louis, Dorchester near St. Simeon. 
Bourbonni^re, M., grocer, 63 St. Mary. 
Bourbonni^re, Jos., smith, Dorchester, west. 
Bourbonnidre, Hypolite, smith, Dorchester, west. 
Bourbonnidre, J., mason, Brock near Dorchester. 
Bourbonnidre, Jules, grocer, 65 St. M&ry. 
Bourbonnidre, T. B., notary, 63 St. Mary. 
Bourdeau, Jos., clerk, 20^ St. Charles Barrom^e. 
Bourdeau & CuHin, blacksmiths, 41 McGill. 
Bourdignon, Isaac, printer, Dorchester near Sanguinet. 
Bourdignon, Jacques, mason, court off Visitation. 
Bourdon, Eugdne, shoemaker, corner St. Catherine and 

Wolfe. 
Bourdon,. J. A., clerk of market, house 59 Sanguinet. 
Bourdon, G., carter, 49 Panet. 
^Bourdon, Joseph, butcher, Durham near Dorchester. 
Bourdon, Ant., butcher, 133 St. Lawrence. 
Bourdon, Alex., furrier, 39 St. Dominique. 
Bourdon, Ant., tailor, Bronsdon's lane off Dorcii^ster. 
Bourdon, Francis, waterman, corner St. Catherine and 

Wolfe. 
Bourdon, Pierre, shoemaker, 114 St. Charles Barrom^e. 
Bourdon, Pierre, shoemaker, St. Andr6. 
Bourgeau, J. B., carpenter, corner Wolfe & Dorchester. 
Bourgeau, V., carpenter, corner Dorchester and German. 
Bourgeau, Pierre, carpenter, St. Hubert. 
Bourgeau, J., cabinetmaker, head of Sanguinet. 
Bourgeau, Xavier, shoemaker, 109 St. Constant. 
Bourgeois, L., mason, head of Brock. 
Bourgoin, Joseph, joiner, 115 St. Charles Barromee. 
Bourgoin, Isidore, tanner, 28 Wolfe, house 31 Wolfe. 
Bourgoin, Isidore, leather, &c., 157 St. Paul. 
Bourgoin, 0., stonecutter, 117 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Bourne, George, brewery. Fortification lane and 43 

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Bourne, Adolphus, engraver, 120 St. Paul. 
Bourne, A., china, glass, &c., 120 St. Paul. 
Bourque, Mrs. P., seamstress, 3 Lagauchetidre. 
Bourque, Mrs. Charles, seamstress, 3 Lagauchetidre. 
Bourret, Hon. Joseph, City Recorder, 24" Little St James 
Bourret, Mrs., house 22 Bleury. 
Bourret, Frs., watchmaker. Lagauchetidre near St. 

Lawrence. 
Bourret, N., boarding-house, 290 St. Joseph. 
Bourret, Alexander, house 63 St. Urbain. 
Bousqi, Basil, butcher, 20 Wolfe. 
Boustead, Mrs., house 101 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
BouTHiLLiER, T., coUcctor of customs, custom-house, 

house 5 Beaver-hall terrace. 
Bouthillier, A., laborer, Fullum near Dufresne. 
Bouthillier, J. B., carter. Bare off St. Joseph. 
Bouthillier, C, butcher, head of Visitation. 
Bouthillier, Joseph, joiner, 84« Visitation. 
Bouthillier, Mrs., seamstress, 26 St. Joseph. 
Bouthillier, Ant., trader, 29 Montcalm. 
Bouthillier, Miss, house 66 St Lewis. 
Bowden, John, laborer, Partenais near St. Mary. 
Bowden, John, brickmaker, Partenais off St. Mary. 
Bowden, Joseph, laborer. Visitation near St. Mary. 
Bower, John, butcher and grocer, corner Dorchester and 

St. Constant. 
Bower, John, waterman, head of St. Constant 
Bower, James, laborer, head of St. Constant. 
Bower, Thomas, foundryman. Gain near St. Mary, 
Bowes, Mrs., tailoress, Panet near St. Mary. 
Bowes, James, clerk. Common near George. 
Bowes & Ellis, brewers, head of St. Lawrence. 
Bowie, Edward, confectioner, 57 Notre Dame. 
Bowie, George, laborer, George near Common. 
Bowie, George, contractor and mason, 24« Bleury, 
Bowie, E., baker, house Lagauchetidre near St. Urbain. 
BowKER, H. M., surgeon dentist, corner Little St. James 

and St. Gabriel. 
Bowles, John, gardener, corner Lagaucheti^re and St, 

Dominique. 
Bowles, Charles, printer, corner Lagauchetidre and St. 

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Bowman, Wm. E., apothecary, chemist & druggist, 38 

McGill. 
Bowser, Wm., furrier, 65 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
BoYCE, J. R.| hairdresser and perfumer, 157 Notre 

Dame. 
BoTD, John, black & white smith and bell-hanger, 7 St. 

John, house 10 St. John. 
Boyd, Hugh, butcher, west end of Bonaventure. 
Boyd, H., storeman, Vitr6 near St. Urbain. 
Boyd, James, storeman, 17 St. Genevieve. 
Boyd, John, laborer, 46 St. Tgnace. 
Boyd, James, & Co., commission merchants, 95 Notre 

Dame. 
Boyd, T.W., gunsmith, 95^ Notre Dame. 
Boyd, Thomas, laborer, Vitr6 near Cot6. 
Boyd, Charles, tinsmith, 82 St. Mary, in rear. 
Boyd, T, J., gunsmith, 103 Notre Dame. 
Boyd, Mra. P., house 46 St Charles Barrom6e. 
Boyd, John, brushmaker, 53 St. Urbain. 
Boyd, James, grocer, 54 St. Antoine. 
BoYDEN, Oliver, general smith. Recollect near McGill, 

house 74 St. Paul. 
BoYER, Dr. L., 8 St. Th^rdse. 
BoYER, Louis, provision and fur merchant, corner of 

St. Fran9ois Xavier and Commissioners. 
Boyer, L., house 34 St. Denis. 
Boyer, F., joiner, Dorchester near St. Elizabeth. 
Boyle, Patrick, carter. Kempt near William. 
Boyle, Peter, laborer, Busby lane off Craig. 
Bracken, John, laborer, court off Gabriel. 
Bracken, James, laborer, 12 Queen square. 
Bracken, M., laborer, St. Constant. 
Bracken, Richard, laborer, 20 Chenneville. 
Bradbury, WiUiam, house 155 Notre Dame. 
Braden, Christopher, house St. Antoine, west. 
Bradley, Patrick, laborer, court off Colborne. 
Brady & Darling, tallow chandlers, 62 St. Charles 

Barrom6e. 
Brady, Robert, shoemaker, head of Panet. 
Brahadi, Abraham, hatter and furrier, 95 Notre Dame. 
Brais, F., dry goods, corner of St. Paul and Bonsecours, 

house ^5 St. Lewis. 



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Brandon, Wm., laborer, court off German. 

Brankin, J., confectioner, 1 Little St. James- 

Brault, J. L., house 211 St. Joseph. 

Brault, J. B., shoemaJscr, 50 St. Denis. 

Brault, Mrs. P., house 27 Voltigeurs. 

Brault, Charles A., notary public, 3 St. Joseph. 

Brault, Mrs. C, dry snoods, 90 Notre Dame, house 97 
Notre Dame. 

Braunies, J. C, music teacher, 3 Viger place. 

Brazeau, F. X., dry goods, 102 and 111^ St. Paul. 

Brazeau, Antoine, carter, 46 Voltigeurs. 

Brazeau, Cyril, police. Visitation near Lagauchetiere. 

Brazeau, F.'X., shoemaker, Amherst near Lagauchetiere. 

Brazeau, Mrs. L., tailoress, corner St. Ignace and La- 
gauchetiere. 

Brazier, Samuel, grocer, 55 Campeau. 

Brazier, John, hatter, 52 Campeau. 

Breary, Samuel, butcher, house 7 Barclay place. 

Breat, Eli, shoemaker, corner German and St. Ca- 
therine. 

Bregard, Louis, boarding-house, St. Joseph near McGill. 

Bregour, J., hatter, Charlotte off St. Dominique. 

Brehaut, W. H., clerk of the peace, house C6te St. 
Antoine. 

Brennan, James, hotel, corner St. Peter and Recollect. 

Brennan, Jas., messenger, 175 Notre Dame. 

Brennan, Mrs., laundress, M'Cord near Wellington. 

Brennan, Laurence, laborer, lane off Murray. 

Brennan, John, laborer, Gabriel near Murray. 

Brennan, Mrs., laundress, court off Lagauchetidre. 

Brennan, P., brewer, corner St. Charles Barrom6e and 
Lagauchetidre. 

Brennan, H., shoemaker, 24 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Brennan, John, soldier, 95 Water. 

Brennan, Jas., laborer. Prince near Gabriel. 

Brennan, M., chandler, George near William. 

Brennan, John, storeman, Queen near Gabriel. 

Brennan, Thos., cabinetmaker, court off Lagauchetiere. 

Brennan, Patrick, tallow chandler, corner William and 
Prince. 

Brennan, K., tailor, George near Wellington. 

Brennan, Patrick, laborer, 53 Amherst. 



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Bresler, a., furrier and hatter, 98 Notre Dame, comer 
St. Gabriel. 

Brewer, Mrs., house 20 Beaudry terrace, St. Urbain. 

Brewster, W. & C, wholesale and retail hardware, 
184 St. Paul. 

Brewster & Mulholland, wholesale and retail hard- 
ware, 177 and 179 St. Paul. 

Brewster & Baker, advocates, 49 Little St. James. 

Brewster, Benj., senr., house Lachine road. 

Brewster, Benjamin, jun., house 1 Bellevue terrace. 

Brewster, Cyrus, house College near Dupr6 lane. 

Brewster, William, house College near Dupre lane. 

Brickley, John, laborer, William near Murray. 

Brideron, P. D., hquoriste, 89 St. Dominique. 

Bridge, Thomas H., house 9 Beaver-hall terrace. 

Bridges, Mrs. John, seamstress, 107 Craig. 

Bridges, John, carpenter, 24 St. Phillip. 

Bridgeman, J., tavern, 98 St. Lawrence. 

Bri^re, Ed., butcher, St. F61ix off Bonaventure. 

Briggs, Mrs., house 108 St. Antoine. 

Brilliere, Frs., carter, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 

Brioche, Louis, mason, Devienne. 

Briquier, Paul, stonecutter, head of Brock. 

Briquot, L., stonecutter, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Brisset, Nelson, grocer, 168 St. Joseph. 

Brisson, Benj., carter. Brock near Dorchester. 

Brisson, J. B., mason, St. Catherine. 

Brisson, A., mason, St. Catherine. 

Brisson, N., jun., mason, St. Phillip. 

Brisson, M., carter, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 

Brisson, N., mason, St. Catherine near St. Phillip. 

Bristow, William, house head of Bleury. 

Britannia Life Assurance Company, J. H. Maitland, 
general agent, corner Place d'Armes & Notre Dame. 

British North American Bank, (D. Davidson, mana- 
ger,) Great St. James. 

British America Assurance Co., (Wm. Steward, 
manager,) 33 Great St. James. 

British & Canadian Free School, corner Lagaucheti^re 
and Cc'le. 

Britt, John, sailmaker. College near Inspector, 

Pritt, Patrick, shoemaker, Dupre lane. 






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Brockwood, L., laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 

Brock, Wm., tailor, Alexander near Craig. 

Brodie, John, house 10 St. Bernard. 

Broderick, John, laborer, William near Colborne. 

Brogan, James, carter, Busby lane near Craig. 

Broland, M., laborer, 10 Lagauchetiore. 

Bromby, R., gardener, St. Emery near St. Denis. 

Bronsdon, J. R., carpenter and builder, 77 St. Urbain. 

Bronsdon, J. B., carpenter and builder, 77 St. Urbain. 

Brooke, John, house head of Bleury. 

Brookes, Thos., laborer, St. Bernard. 

Broome, T., naturalist, Notre Dame. 

Brophy, Denis, laborer, court off Murray. 

Brophy, Thos., grocer, 131 St. Mary. 

Brossard, Andre, joiner, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 

Brossard, Moise, dry goods, 15 St. Lawrence. 

Brouillet, A., carter, 43 Panet. 

Brouillet, Benoni, house Panet near Dorchester, 

Brouillet, Joseph, boarding house, 3 St. Th^r^se. 

Brouillet, T., cabinetmaker, 143 Sanguinet. 

Brousseau, Dr. D. P., 81 Craig. 

Brousseau, Edward, clerk, 2 Viger square. 

Brousseau, Louis, roofer, corner Alexander and Craig. 

Brousseau, Z^pherin, tinsmith, 30 St. Dominique. 

Brousseau, Mrs., house head of Sanguinet. 

Brousseau, O., house 36 St. George. 

Brothers, J., laborer, 35 Champ de Mars. 

Brown, Abner, pianoforte maker, 31 Notre Dame. 

Brown & Childs, mammoth boot and shoe store, 130 
Notre Pame. 

Brown, Wm. M., wharfinger, office 67 Commissioners, 
house Colborne avenue. 

Brown, John O., herniest, 24 St. Genevieve. 

Brown & Swan, wholesale dry goods, Custom-house 
square. 

Brown, P. D., exchange and money broker, 20 St. 
Fran9ois Xavier. 

Brown, John, hatter and furrier, 151 and 153, St. Paul. 

Brown, George, architect, dec, 54 Craig and Fortifica- 
tion lane. 

Brown & Bird, coopers. King near William. 

Brown, Mrs., house Alexander near Lagauchetiere. 



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Brown, Frederick, laborer, St. Antoine bridge; 

Brown, Thos., laborer, 43 Voltigeurs. 

Brown, Edward, clerk, house College near St. Henry. 

Brown, T. S., boards at St. Lawrence Hall. 

Brown, Edward, fancy store, 40 Great St. James. 

Brown, James, (of Brown & Swan) house head of St.. 

Urbain. 
Brown, James, cooper, King near William. 
Brown, John, laborer, Golborne near Common. 
Brown, W. R., pork butcher, 113 St. Lawrence. 
Brown, Wm., storeman, St. Catherine. 
Brown, George, painter, Dorchester near St. Simon- 
Brown, H., builder, 59 St. George. 
Brown, Wm., cooper, Vohigeurs near St. Mary. 
Brown, Robert L., house Nazareth near Common* 
Brown, Wm., grocer. Inspector. 
Brown, C. J., house St. Antoine near Acqueducto 
Brown, John, laborer, Wolfe near Lagauchetidre. 
Brown, Wm., shoemaker, 65 Tolentin. 
Brown, David, builder, 32 Chenneville. 
Brown, Julius, house St. Antoine place. 
Brown, George, painter, St. Catherine nearBleury,, 
Brown, Joseph, tailor, 57 Bleury, in rear. 
Brown, John, storeman, 51 St. Joseph. 
Brown, Mrs., dressmaker, 6 Chenneville. 
Brown, Hugh, laborer. Queen near GabrieL 
Brown, Daniel, tailor, Lagaueheti^re near Bleary. 
Brown, James, smith, corner George and William. 
Brown, Richard, cabinetmaker, St. Catherine near 

Bleury. 
Browning, Samuel, Ottawa Hotel, 48 Great St. James* 
Brownlee, John, carpenter. Busby lane off Craig. 
Brub6, J. A., house 42 Mignonne. 
Bruchesi, P., grocer, 123 St. Joseph. 
Bruen, Mrs., laundress, 28 St. Maurice. 
Brummell, Cornelius, house 2 Montcalm. 
Bruneau, Jean, wholesale dry goods, 140 Notre Dame^ 

house Oregon farm. Lower Lachine road. 
Bruneau, O. T., M. D., house 42 Craig. 
Bruneau, Hon. Judge, house 9 Lagauchetidre near St. 

Denis. 
Bruneau, Ls., stonecutter, 102 St. Constants 




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Bruneau, Ant., grocer, 71 St. Constant. 
Bruneau, Frs., shoemaker, Aymier. 
Brunelle, Mrs., laundress, 50 Amherst. 
Brunette, Alexis, boarding-house, 20 St. Joseph. 
Brunette, Henry, clerk, court off Lagaucheti^re. 
Brunette, , ship-carpenter, St. Joseph near 



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Brusseau, , carpenter, College near Dupre. 

Brusseau, J. B., butcher, head of Fullum. 

Bruaseau, Frs., shoemaker, 40 Panet. 

Brush, Geo., eagle foundry, King near Common. 

Brush, George, house Wellington near King. 

Bruy^re, Louis, mason, AUard off Visitation. 

Bruy^re, J. B., house 15 ?^eaver-hall terrace. 

Bruydre, Fran9ois, laborer, 94 St. Urbain. 

Bruyere, M., tinsmith. Rose near Visitation. 

BruySre, Frs., joiner, corner St. Catherine & Sanguinet. 

Bruyere, Pierre, smith, 48 Amherst. 

Bruyere, Louis, carpenter, 28 St. Maurice. 

Bruyere, Moise, laborer, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 

Bruyette, C, house 90 Bonaventure. 

Bryan, Patrick, water police. King near Common. 

Bryan, John, laborer, Gabriel near McCord. 

Bryan, Mrs., house Kempt near Gabriel. 

Bryson, Alex., wholesale hardware, 15 St. Sacrament, 

house 201 St. Paul. 
Bryson, Campbell, bookseller, stationer and blank 

book manufacturer, 24 St. Francois Xavier. 
Bryson, Thomas M., wholesale grocer, 37 St. Francois 

Xavier, house Recollect. 
Bryson, H., grocer, 12 St. Phillip. 
Buchanan, James, printer, Jur6 near Bleury, 
Buchanan, William, accountant, 84 St. Urbain. 
Buchanan, Mrs., house 4 Chenneville. 
Buchanan, Mrs., house 70 Bleurj^ 
Buchanan, Thomas, laborer, George near Gabriel. 
Buchanan, Mrs. Alex., house 7 Cornwall terrace. 
Buchanan, G. C. V., house 7 Cornwall terrace. 
Buchanan, W. J., house 7 Cornwall terrace. 
Buchanan, W. R., house 7 Cornwall terrace. 
Buchanan, John, architect, house 30 St. Chs. Barromee. 
Buck, M., merchant, 228 St. Paul. 

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Budd, Wm., blacksmith, St. Constant. 

Bull, John, smith, 54 St. Maurice. 

BuUey, Robert, tailor, 22 ChenneVille. 

Bulger, Captain, house Viger square. 

Bulmer, Wm., builder, 7 St. Genevieve. 

Bulmer, Henry, bricklayer, 3 Brunswick. 

Buntin, Alex., house 54* St. Lawrence. 

Bunyan, John, laborer. Prince near Gabriel. 

Burchill, Jas., tailor, 34* St. George. 

Bureau, Chs., laborer, Cadieux, C6te a Baron. 

Burgess, Mrs. M., house Grey Nun near Common^' 

Burke, James, laborer, Dalhousie near William. 

Burke, Michael, laborer, 31 St. Lewis. 

Burke, Patrick, laborer, 35 Champ de Mars. 

Burke, James, laborer, 34 St. Elizabeth. 

Burke, John, laborer, 68 St. Dominique. 

Burke, James, sawyer, Vitre near St. Dominique. 

Burke, Timothy, laborer, Recollect. 

Burke, Thomas, shoemaker, 51 St. Charles BarFOia^a^ 

Burke, Patrick, laborer, Gabriel near Catherine. 

Burke, James, laborer, William near Eleanor. 

Burke, James, laborer, Dalhousie near Common* 

Burke, Mrs., pedler, 43 Voltigeurs, in rear. 

Burke, John, shoemaker, court off St. Constant. 

Burke, John, laborer, Sophia lane off Craig. 

Burke, Mrs., house 10 Montcalm. 

Burland, Samuel, clerk, St.Lawrence above Sherbcodte* 

Burland, Miss, house Bleury near Lagaucheti^re. 

Burland, Mrs., house 33 Craig. 

Burnet, W., blacksmith, 13 St. George. 

Burnet, Robert, laborer, 11 Valine. 

Burn, H. A., clerk, house German. 

Burn, Thomas, house 97 St. Lawrence. 

Burns, J. & A., commission merchants, St. SacrameRt* 

Burns, James, merchant, house 13 Beaver-hall terrace. 

Burns, James, laborer, corner William and McCord. 

Burns, Alex., contractor. Prince near Gabriel. 

Burns, Edward, laborer, 5 Colborne. 

Burns, James, mason, Kempt near Gabriel. 

Burns, John, house 50 St. Joseph. 

Burns, John, carter, 55 Amherst. 

Burns, John grocer, 4 McGill. 




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Burns, Chas., smith, Dalhousie near Nazareth. 

Burns, Wm., painter, 42 St. Mary. 

Burns, Thos., shoemaker, 57 St. George. 

Burns, John, milkman, head of St. Constant. 

Burns, Jas., laborer, court off St. Constant. 

Burns, Chas., chandler, court off St. Constant. 

Burns, Luke, laborer, Murray near William, 

Burns, Edward, carpenter, St. Germain. 

Burns, Mrs., house St. Th^rese. 

Burns, Mrs., house Catherine near Gabriel. 

Burrage, W. S., house 3 Berthelot. 

Burrell, Robert, carter, Durham near Dorchester. 

Burrell, H., laborer, Panet near Dorchester. 

Burrell, Wm., carpenter, west Dorchester. 

Burrell, Jas., cabinetmaker, Sydenham near Dorchester. 

Burroughs, C. S., wholesale and retail dry goods, 228 
St. Paul. 

Burroughs, E. P., dentist, 23 M'Gill. 

Burroughs & Fleming, advocates, 21^ Little St. James. 

Burroughs, Asa, house 228 St. Paul. 

Burrowes, Captain, R. A., house come;* Berthelot and 
City Councillors. 

Burrowes, Mrs. B., house Jure. 

Burton, John, carpenter, Colborne near Gabriel. 

Burry, Wm., millwright, WeUington near George. 

Busby, George, notary public, house Durham. 

BussEAU, H., leather & shoes, 159 St. Paul, hoiM9 
Dorchester near St. Elizabeth. 

Busteed, Daniel, house Berthelot near City Councillors. 

Butler, John, laborer, 18 Gain. 

Butler, John, laborer, Colborne near Murray. 

Butler, Thos., cabman. Kempt near Wellington. 

Buxton, John, house St. Catherine near Brock. 

Buxton, Dr., house 130 St. Joseph. 

Byers, Thos., house 97 St. Lawrence. 

Byrne, Thos., grocer, corner St. Constant and St. Cath- 
erine. 

Byrne, Andrew, laborer, south side Canal. 

CA.DEAU, CHARLES, carter, Panet near St. Cath- 
erine. 

Cadieux, George H., notary public, 204 Notre Dame. 

Cadieux, Louis, carter, 21 Voltigeurs. 



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Cadieux, Fran^jois, grocer, 152 St. Lawrence. 

Cadieux, Pierre, dry goods, 37 St. Lawrence, house 44 
St. Lewis. 

Cadieux, Louis, laborer, 65 St. Dominique. 

Cadieux, Louis, cooper, St. Ignace near St. Mary. 

Cadieux, Louis, trader, 36 Campeau. 

Cadorette, Alphonse, carpenter, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Cadoret, G., tinsmith, 181 Craig. 

Cadotte, A., laborer, head of St. Constant. 

Cadotte, Eusebe, leather, Jacques Cartier square, 
house German. 

Cadotte, Th6ophile, tavern, Jacques Cartier square. 

Cadotte, Mrs., court off Visitation. 

Cadotte, Mrs., laundress, head of Visitation. 

Cailoux, Pierre, carter, Durham. 

Caine, John, clerk, 107 Craig. 

Cain, Jas., barrack sergeant, 44 Montcalm. 

Cain, Mrs., house 87 Craig. 

Cain, — — , gardener. Mayor. 

Cain, Mrs., George near Gabriel. 

Caldwell, John, printer, St. Germain neir Alexander. 

Caldwell, Edward, laborer, 36 St. George. 

Calfe, Henry, grocer, 6 St. Paul. 

Callaghan, Mathew, school, 1 57 St. Mary. 

Callaghan, Mrs., Kempt near William. 

Callaghan, John, shoemaker, 80 German. 

Callaghan, Jas., shoemaker, St. Constant near Dorches- 
ter. 

Callan, Mrs., house 41 St. EHzabeth. 

Callinan, Jas., tavern, corner Perthius and Campeau. 

Cameron, James, grocer, corner Wellington and Dal- 
housie. 

Cameron, Allan, cooper. Prince near Wellington. 

Cameron, Donald, gasman, Nazareth near Gabriel. 

Cameron, Jas., tavern, 14 St. Urbain. 

Cameron, Duncan, trader, Lagauchetidre near Visita- 
tion. 

Camirant, R., clerk, German near St. Catherine. 

Campbell, Rev. Alexander Digby, house 6 St. Domi- 
nique. 

Campbell, Christopher, general dry goods, 142 
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Campbell & Williamson, general commission mer- 
chants, Commissioners street, opposite the upper 
wharf. 

Campbell, Robert, & Co., wholesale dry goods, carpets, 
&c., corner St. Francois Xavier and St. Sacrament, 
house 92 Bleury. 

Campbell, Matthew, accountant, 30 St. Fan9ois 
Xavier, house 24 Bonaventure. 

Campbell, John, merchant tailor and clothier, 193 
Notre Dame. 

Campbell, Rollo, printer. Place d'Armes. 

Campbell, John, house Place d'Armes. 

Campbell, W. W., house College near St. Henry. 

Campbell, George W., M. D., 45 Great St. James. 

Campbell, James, tobacconist, 17 Campeau. 

Campbell, James, tinsmith, 49 St. Antoine. 

Campbell, J. & H., coopers, 6 St. Alexis. 

Campbell, John, trader, 27 Champ de Mara. 

Campbell, Wm., house Dorchester near Bleury. 

Campbell, A.H., agent Commercial Bank, 37 Great St. 
James. 

Campbell, , house 33 Chenneville. 

Campbell, Francis, gardener, head of Visitation. 

Campbell, Alexr., commission agent, 39 Bonaventure. 

Campbell, Miss, school, 57 Bonaventure. 

Campbell, Luke, laborer, Sophia lane off Craig. 

Campbell, Peter, carpenter, St. Germain near Bleury. 

Campbell, Miles, cabman, St. Catherine near Montcalm, 

Campbell, George, carpenter. Prince near William. 

Campbell, Thomas, laborer, Gabriel near Ann. 

Campion, Mrs., laundress. Little Dublin off St. George. 

Campion, Francis, boards at Richard's, Jacques Cailier 
square. 

Campeau, Paul, baker, German. 

Camyre, Frs., house Panet near Dorchester. 

Cane, R., milkman, 150 St. Constant. 

Cannell, Edward, tavern, Brock near Mignonne. 

Cannell, Sylvester, barber, 66 St. Mary. 

Canniff, John, laborer, Gabriel near Ann. 

Canniff, Daniel, laborer, Gabriel near Ann. 

Cantin, Augustus, shipbuilder, 209 St. Joseph. 

Cantin, Charles, carter, 94 St. Constant 



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Cantwell, W. P., advocate, St. Th^rdse. 

Cantwell, Richard, storenian, College near Dupr6 lanCi 

Cannon, James, laborer, George near Gabriel. 

Cannon, James, smith, court off Murray. 

Cannon, Mrs., grocer, Murray near William. 

Cannon, Michael, laborer, Murray near William, 

Cardinal, S. A., house St. Catherine. 

Cardinal, Ed., mason. Visitation near Mignonne. 

Cardinal, A., carver and gilder, 83 St. Lawrence. 

Cardinal, D., trader, 125 St. Dominique. 

Carland, John, fruiterer, 128 St. Mary. 

Carleton, Henry, house Phillip's square, Beaver-hall. 

Carey, D., house 44' Sanguinet. 

Carey, Daniel, book-keeper, 54? Chenneville. 

Carey, Mrs., house corner C6te and Vitr6. 

Carey, Oliver, laborer, Murray near Wellington. 

Carignan, Joseph, wood-yard, St. Joseph bridge, house 

Cemetery. 
Carley, Mrs., dressmaker, 49 St. Joseph. 
Carlisle, F., carver and gilder, 166 Notre Dame, house 

35 St. Joseph. 
Carlisle, John, joiner, 7 St. Germain. 
Carlisle, Wm., carver and gilder, 14 German. 
Carlisle & Warner, carpenters, 5 St. John. 
Carmichael, William, clerk, Nazareth near Wellington. 
Carnighan, W. W., book-keeper, 5 Berthelot. 
Cams, Miss, dressmaker, Np.zareth near Gabriel. 
Carny, Mrs., Catherine near Gabriel. 
Caron, Nicholas, joiner, 129 Commissioners. 
Caron,Mrs. M., house German. 
Caron, Augt., sawyer, St. Catherine. 
Caron, J. B., joiner, Dorchester near St. Phillip. 
Caron, Alex., mason, Chaboillez. 
Carpentier, Isaac, mason, head of Brock. 
Carpentier, Joseph, tobacconist, 26 Valine. 
Carr, Thomas, laborer, 16 St. Joseph. 
Carr, John, shoemaker, 35 Champ de Mars. 
Carr, Louis, laborer, head of Visitation. 
Carragher, James, laborer, Murray near William. 
Carre, James, laborer, 14 Gain. 
Carre, Mrs., dressmaker. Prince near Wellington. 
Carrick, R., newsman, 38 St. Mary. 



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Carrride, Frs., tailor, 5 Montcalm. 

Carrigan, Stephen, mason, Drake's court College. 

Carriveau, Ed., shoemaker, 42 Voltigeurs. 

Carroll, James, dry goods, 34 St. Mary. 

Carroll, Lawrence, laborer, Gabriel near Murray. 

Carroll, Patrick, grocer, 47 Sanguinet. 

Carroll, Wm., laborer. Little Dublin off St. George. 

Carroll, Mrs., dressmaker, Gabriel near Murray. 

Carroll, Jas., laborer, 5 Colborne. 

Carson, Robert, laborer, 4 Gain. 

Carson, Mrs. Robert, 50 Wolfe. 

Carsuell, James, house head of Bleury. 

Carter, Edward, advocate, IS Little St. James. 

Carter, Kerry & Co., chemists and druggists, 136 

St. Paul. 
Carter & Cowan, shipchandlers and grocers, 206 St. 

Paul. 
Carter, Wm., house head of Mountain. 
Carter, John, house Bleury near St. Edward. 
C ARTIER, G.E., M.P.P., advocate, 3 St. Vincent, hous© 

16 Notre Dame. 
Cartier, D., advocate, 3 St. Vincent. 
Cartwright, Mrs., dry goods, 38 St. Joseph. 
Cartwright, Thos. T., house 31 Bonaventure. 
Carty, Patrick, laborer, lane off Murray. 
Case, Miss, dressmaker, court off Tolentin. 
Casey, John, storeman, Vitr6 near C6t6. 
Casey, Peter, house Lagauchetidre near Campeau. 
Casey, John, laborer, Wellington near Ann. 
Casey, Thomas, plasterer, 58 Bleury. 
Casey, Patrick, laborer, Drake's court off College. 
Casey, J., carpenter, Vitre near Chenneville. 
Cassant, Vital, bricklayer, St. Domiaique. 
Casgant, Ed., bricklayer, St. Dominique. 
Cassavant, Mrs., house 29 Voltigeurs. 
Cassavant, L., shoemaker, 90 St. Urbain. 
Cassavant, Pierre, house 51 St. Joseph. 
Cassavant, Louis, sailor, 4 Campeau. 
Caspel, A., cook, Water near Jacques Cartier square. 
Cassiday, John, gardener, Durocher. 
Cassiday, Frs., advocate, house and office corner Craijr 

and St. Gabriel. 



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Cassiday, Patrick, shoemaker, Nazareth near WiUlani. 

Cassiday, Martin, laborer, 19 Salaberry. 

Cassiday, Mrs. John, Bronsdon's lane off Dorchester. 

Cassells, Henry, shoemaker, Perthius near Campeau. 

Cassells, Jas., carpenter, Colborne near Gabriel. 

Cassells, Jas., contractor, 1 Elgin place Lagaucheti^re* 

Castle, Mrs., house 4 Bonaventure. 

Castonguez, Frs., house Mignonne near St. Denis. 

Catelli, Chs.,framemaker, &:c., 31 Notre Dame. 

Cater, Isaac, brassfounder, 10 Vitr6. 

Cathcart, , milkman, 25 Wolfe. 

Caty, Chs., saddler, Sanguinet. 
Caty, L., grocer, corner St. Catherine and St. Denis. 
Cauchy, Mrs., house 101 Craig. 
Cauthers, Samuel, smith, corner Craig and Bleury. 
Cauthers, Samuel, clerk, St. Mary near Gain. 
Cavalier, Joseph, house Visitation near St. Catherine. 
Cavanagh, John, laborer, Wellington near Ann. 
Cavanagh, Mrs., store, Dalhousie near "William. 
Cavanagh, E. B., shoemaker, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Cavanagh, Joseph, laborer, 37 St. Maurice. 
Cawthorn, Thos., trader, 110 St. Mary. 
Cayen, J. B., house Mignonne. 
Cayen, Mrs., house 36 Wolfe. 
Cazelet, Amable, shoemaker, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Cedra, Joseph, hatter, 25 Montcalm. 
C6rat, Mrs., house 23 Campeau. 
Cere, Mrs., house, corner St. Catherine and St. Phillip. 
Chabot, B., carpenter, Lagauchetidre near Amherst. 
Chabot, J. B., laborer, Panet near Dorchester. 
Chabot, Louis, smith, 54> Bonaventure. 
Chabot, M., carpenter. Visitation near Lagaucheti^re. 
Chabot, E., shoemaker, Mignonne near St. Dominique. 
Chagnon, Sim6on, house 6 Amherst. 
Chaillez, Jos., laborer, Christopher near St. Catherine. 
Chaillez, Pierre, laborer, Montcalm near Panet. 
Chalifoux, P., glazier, Panet near St. Catherme. 
Chalifoux, L., bootmaker, Mignonne near St. Constant. 
ChaHfoux, Ls., boarding-house, 9 St. Victoire. 
Chalifoux, Joseph, laborer, St. Emery near St. Denis. 
Chalmers, R. & Co., booksellers and stationers, 8 
Great Saint James, 



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Chamberlain, Pierre, howse court off Chaboillez. 

Chamberlain, J. R., house 4 Mountain terrace. 

Chambers, Thos., tavern, 16 Bleury. 

Chambers, John, storeman, Fullum near St. Mary. 

Chambers, John, laborer, Colborne avenue. 

Champagne, J. B., cabinetmaker, St. Catherine. 

Champagne, C, shoemaker, 9 St. Antoine. 

Champagne, Joseph, shoemaker, 74 Panet. 

Champagne, Charles, sawyer, court off Visitation. 

Champagne, D., shoemaker, corner St. Phillip and St. 
Catherine. 

Champagne, C, bootmaker, 27 Wolfe. 

Champagne, Mrs., St. Catherine near St. Phillip. 

Champeau, J., carpenter, 28 St. Antoine. 

Champignon, Louis, boilermaker, 45 Campeau. 

Champlain & St. Lawrence Railroad Office, 
(W. A. Merry, Secretary,) 66 Commissioners. 

Champoux, Miss, milliner, 82 Notre Dame. 

Chapeleau, Z., bookbinder and stationer, 86 Notre 
Dame. 

Chapeleau, Nicholas, laborer, court off St. Denis. 

Chapeleau, Antoine, laborer, Visitation near St. Ca- 
therine. 

Chapeleau, J., tavern, corner Lagauchetidre and Mont- 
calm. 

Chapeleau, Joseph, printer, corner of St. Catherine and 
Montcalm. 

Chapeleau, Fran9ois, laborer, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Chapeleau, Joseph, carter, 20 Wolfe. 

Chapman, Henry, & Co., general commission mer- 
chants, corner St. Sacrament and St. Alexis. 

Chapman, Henry, house Durocher. 

Chappie, Alfred, book-keeper, house Mile End. 

Ohaput, L., grocer, 111 Commissioners. 

Chaput, Solomon, clerk, 29 Voltigeurs. 

Chaput, Miss, boarding-house, Lagaucheti^re near Am- 
herst. 

Chaput, L6on, laborer. Current St. Mary. 

Chaput, Antoine, laborer, Dufresne. 

Chaput, Miss, house Lagauchetidre near Wolfe. 

Chaquet, J. B., shoemaker, Dupr6 near St. Maurice. 

Charbonneau, D., grocer, 10 Vall6e. 

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Charbonneau, Xavier, inn and hoarding-house^ St. 
Claude near St. Paul. 

Charbonneau, Louis, joiner, Volligeurs. 

Charbonneau, O., stonecutter, 73 Visitation. 

Charbonneau, Mrs., boarding-house, 64 Craig. 

Charbonneau, T., carter, court oif Dorchester. 

Charbonneau, Mrs., grocer, 61* Visitation. 

Charbonneau, , trader, Lagaucheti^re near Moot- 
calm. 

Charbonneau, Joseph, waterman, 77 Bonaventure. 

Charbonneau, Magloire, carter, 4*0 Montcalm. 

Charbonneau, Antoine, joiner, Montcalm near St. Ca- 
therine. 

Charbonneau, Alexander, shoemaker, 79 Sanguinet. 

Charbonneau^ J. M., waterman, St. Constant. 

Charbonneau, Dominique, house St. Margaret near St. 
Antoine. 

Charbonneau, J. B., waterman, 114» St. Joseph. 

Charbonneau, Joseph, laborer, court off St. Joseph. 

Charbonneau, Charles, joiner, 46 Amherst. 

Charbonneau, Mrs., grocer, corner Durham and Char- 
bonneau. 

Charbonneau, Joseph, carter. Brock near St. Catherine. 

Charbonneau, Alexander, laborer, head of Alexander. 

Charbonneau, Theodore, trader, corner Sanguinet and 
Dorchester. 

Charbonneau, Antoine, laborer, St. Charles Barrom6e 
near Mignonne. 

Charet, George, laborer, head of Visitation. 

Charet, Louis, gardener, St. Joseph near the canal. 

Charland, Mrs., laundress, Amherst nearLagaucheti^re. 

Charland, Regis, grocer, 16S St. Joseph. 

Charland, Joseph, carpenter, 7 St. Ignace. 

Charland, Pierre, carpenter, Jur6 near Alexander. 

Charlebois, Daniel, tinsmith, St. Antoine bridge. 

Charlebois, P., commission merchant. Commissioners, 
house Craig near St. Antoine. 

Charlebois, Dr. B., house Craig near St. Antoine. 

Charlebois, L^on, grocer, 113 Commissioners. 

Charlebois, L6on, trader, 120 St. Dominique. 

Charlebois, Charles, house St. Monique. 

Charlebois, Mrs. house Bar6 off St. Joseph. 



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Charlebois, Pierre, voyageur, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Charles, John, storeman, Hermine near Craig. 
Charles, S. & T., painters and glaziers, 25 St. Law 

rence. 
Charles, J., storeman, Jur^ near Bleury. 
Charpentier, Frs., grocer, 179 St. Joseph. 
Charpentier, Isidore, mason, head of Brock. 
Charpentier, Louis, joiner, Lagaucheti^rd near St. 

Denis. 
Charpentier, Joseph, tobacconist. Valine. 
Charpentier, A., trader. Brock near Dorchester. 
Charpentier, P. J., clerk, 63 St. Dominique. 
Charpentier, Joseph, trader, St. Catherine near San- 

guinet. 
Charpentier, J. B., carter, head ofSanguinet. 
Charpentier, Joseph,joiner,Lagaucheti^re near Amherst. 
Charpentier, Louis, carter, Visitation near St. Mary. 
Charpentier, Z6pherin, carter, 9 St. Lewis. 
Charrette, Louis, carter, 126 Sanguinet. 
Charrette, Baptiste, carter, 20 Lagaucheti^re. 
Charrette, Thos., laborer, head of Montcalm. 
Charrette, Mrs., house St. Ignace near Water. 
Charron, Jos., house St. Constant near Lagauchetidre. 
Charron, Chas., trader, court off St. Constant. 
Charron, Jos., laborer, court off St. Constant. 
Chartier, Baptiste, laborer, 33 St. Ignace. 
Charters, Edward, butcher, 206 St. Joseph. 
Chartrand, J. B., joiner, head of Panet. 
Chartrand, Paul, joiner, Panet near St. Catherine. 
Chartrand, Etienne, carter. Visitation near Lagauche- 

tidre. 
Chartrand, Joseph, mason, 66 St. Elizabeth. 
Chartrand, Mrs., store, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 
Chartrand, Mrs. P., house 19 Champ de Mars. 
Chartrand, J., carter, Lagauchetidre near Campeau. 
Chartrand, A., house Fortier. 
Chartrand, T., carter, 7 Cadieux. 
Chartrand, Miss L., tailoress, 37 Voltigeurs. 
Chartrand, Ant., grocer, Durham near Dorchester. 
Chartrand, Joseph, stonecutter, German near Mignonne. 
Chatter, A., laborer, 14 Panet. 
ChatilloR, Jos., carpenter, Panet near Dorchester. 



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Chase, J. C, stable and stage yard, Dalhousie near 

Wellington. 
Chasse, Frs., shoemaker, corner German and St. Ca- 
therine. 

Chausse, Narcisse, carpenter, 177 St. Lawrence. 

Chausse, Eli, shoemaker, head of German. 

Chausse, N., shoemaker, Sanguinet near Mignonne. 

Chausse, Edward, laborer, head of Brock. 

Chausse, M., carter, Montcalm near Dorchester; 

Chenier, Mrs., house 62 St. Denis. 

Chenvert, J. B., joiner, head of Brock. 

Chenneville, Fran9ois, mason, 58 Panet. 

Cherrier, Dorion & DoRioN, advocates, 20 St. Vin- 
cent. 

Cherrier, C. S., Q. C, house St. Denis. 

Cherrier, Toussaint, professor of music, 84> St. Denis. 

Cherrier, A. R., advocate, St. Vincent, house 53 San- 
guinet. 

Cherrier, Benjamin, trader, Bare off St. Joseph. 

Cherrier, T., boards at 14 St. Jean Baptiste. 

Cherrier, Geo. H., French translator and collector, VitrA- 
near Sanguinet. 

Cherry, John, baker, 106 St. Dominique* 

Cherry, Mrs., house Aylmer. 

Chester, John, bricklayer, 7 German. 

Chevallier, R. C, tailor, house 8 St. Th^r^se. 

Chevallier, Joseph, grocer, corner Montcalm and Visi- 
tation. 

Chevallier, G., joiner, 47 Visitation. 

Childs, W. S., house Durochev. 

Childs, S. D., house 3 St. Genevieve. 

Childs, Chas., house Bisson off St. Antoine. 

Chipman, J. B. M., house head of Union avenue. 

Chilton, Henry, laborer, Durham near Dorchester, 

Chisholm, Mrs. John, house Radegonde. 

Chisholm, Henry, carpenter, 18 St. Simeon. 

Chisholm, Mrs. R., Brock near Visitation. 

Chisholm, Wm., carpenter, St. Simon near Dorchester. 

Chisholm, Stewart, senior surgeon R. A., house 44 St* 
Denis. 

Choquette, J., house St. Catherine. 

Choquette, J. B., shoemaker, 92 St. Constftnto. 



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Chritien, Frs., shoemaker, St. Catherine near German* 

Christie, Wm., tallow chandler, l^ Tolentin, house 20 
Tolentin. 

Christie, J., watchmaker, St. Catherine. 

Christie, Robert, laborer, Shaw off St. Mary. 

Christie, Mrs., midwife, 15 Bleury. 

Christopher, Mrs., laundress, Christopher off St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Christopherson, , house 64» Craig. 

Chrysostom, Jean, clerk, 57 Tolentin. 

Churchman, Mrs., house Gain near St. Mary. 

Church, G. H., agent, 7 St. Henry. 

Church, Joseph, carpenter, 51 St. Dominique. 

Church, Miss, dressmaker, 21 C^t6. 

Church Society's office, J. S. Roles, assistant secretary, 
National School, Bonsecours. 

Cigard, F. X., boarding-house, 17 St. Joseph. 

Cilley, Mrs., boarding-house. College near St. Henry. 

Cinq Mars, Mrs., dry goods, 172 St. Paul, house Craig. 

Cinq Mars, Louis, clerk, 179 St. Paul. 

Cinnamon, Singleton, boilermaker, Dufresne. 

Civalier, Mrs. Jos., tavern, 1 Viger place. 

City and District Savings Bank, (J. Collins, actua 
ry), 4 Great St. James. 

City Bank, (F. Maculloch, cashier). Place d'Armes. 

City Hall, Bonsecours market, St. Paul, 

City Recorder, (Hon. Joseph Bourret,) office City Hall. 

City Clerk, (J. P. Sexton,) office City Hall. 

City Treasurer, (E. Demers,) office City Hall. 

City Surveyor, (J. A.B. M'Gill,) office City Hall. 

Claffy, Jas., grocer, St. Bernard. 

Clamp, Benjamin, house 22 St. Mary. 

Clancy, John, tailor, 5 Barclay. 

Clancy, Michael, mason, 39 Sanguinet. 

Clandinnan, Wm., tavern, 81 St. Mary. 

Clare, P., house off 10 Inspector. 

Clare, W. H., house 5 St. Genevieve. 

Claremont, T., laborer, Amherst near Lagauchetiere. 

Clarke, Frs., painter and paper hanger, 10 Alexander 
near Jure. 

Clarke, Henry J., paints, oils and glass, 109 St. Paul. 

Clarke, Wm., baker and grocer, 76 St. Mary. 

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Clarke, James, mast, pump and block'^maker, Prince 
near Common* 

Clarke, William, auctioneer, Capital. 

Clarke, W. R.,dry goods, 36 M*Gill. 

Clarke, Geo., painter, Alexander near Jur^. 

Clarke, James, grocer, head of Visitation. 

Clarke, James, lemon-syrup maker, 14< St. Bismard. 

Clarke, Wm., sen., house head of St. Lawrence. 

Clarke, Robert, house bead of St. Lawrence. 

Clarke, Patrick, laborer, Ann near Wellington. 

Clarke, Geo. A., house C6te h. Baron. 

Clarke, Mrs. P., seamstress, St. Constant near Dorchas- 
ter. 

Clarke, Alfred, shoemaker, St. Constant near Dorches- 
ter. 

Clarke, Mrs., milliner, 53 Amherst. 

Clarke, Ensign, 20th Regt., house 26 St. Lewi». 

Clarke, Wm., trader, St. Mary near Gain. 

Clarke, Wm., laborer, Dtirocher. 

Clarke, P., house 3 Chenneville. 

Clarke, Miss C, hdtise 62 Panet. 

Clarke, Edward, laborer, Murray near William. 

Clark, Thomson k Co., wholesale dry goods, 192 St. 
Paul. 

Clark, James, P., house Brunswick. 

Clarkin, Mathew, tailor, Lagaucheti^re near St. George. 

Clavelle, L., cpoper, German near Mignonne. 

Clavelle, Paul, mason, corner St. Catherine and St. 
Dominique. 

Clavelle, John, mason, 84 St. Hubert. 

Clavelle, G., mason, St. Catherine near St. EHzflbeth. 

Clavette, Chas., furriet", Roy lane off St. Joseph. 

Clay, Richard, joiner. Mountain near Bonaventure. 

Clay, Richard, shoe store, 120 Notre Dame* 

Cleary, Denis, laborer, Gabriel near Prince. 

Cleary, Thos., shoemaker, 2 Elgin place, Lagaucheti^re. 

Cleghorn, Mrs., house Inspector. 

Cli§ment, Gregoire, tobacconist, St. Joseph. 

Clement, Peter, barber, Chaboillez square. 

C16ment, Joseph, carter, 46 St. Maurice. 

Glfement, Frs., carter, Dupr6 lane. 

C16ment; Xavier, roofer, 4 Valine. 



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C16ment, A., cooper, 27 Panet 

Clemow, F., & Co., forwarders, Common street, Canal 

wharf, house 13 St. Edward. 
Clendinnen. John, watchmaker and jeweller, 37 

McGill.' 
Clendinnan, John, laborer, lane oflf Cemetery. 
Clerk, Geo. E., editor of « True Witness," office 3 

McGill, house 72 St. Antoine. 
Clerk, Alexander, secretary Board of Trade, house Sher- 

brooke near Aylmer. 
Clifford, S., & Co., tailors, clothiers and importers, 9 

McGill. 
ClifTord, Jas., house St. Phillip near Dorchester. 
Clinch, Edward, laborer, head of St. Constant. 
Clough, Mrs., house 133 St. Lawrence. 
Cloutier, N., laborer, 199 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Cloutier, S., grocer, St. Joseph near Inspector. 
Close, Thos., laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 
Clydesdale, U., shoemaker, 7 Recollect. 
Clung, Edward, laborer, Lagauchetidre near St. Con- 
stant. 
Cluff, Mrs., h ), '^rabriel near George. 
Coates, Mrs., ' o ; : 138 St. Mary. 
Coates, Matthew, laborer. Kempt near Wellington. 
Cochran, Samuel, Canton tea house, coffee and spic« 

mills, &c., 106 Notre Dame. 
Cochran, Samuel, wine and spirit merchant, 150 St. 

Paul, house the same. 
Cochran, Thos., grocer, comer St. Constant and La- 

gaucheti^re. 
Cochrane, James, contractor, 34 Chenneville. 
Cochrane, Patk., lodginghouse. Port near Common. 
Cocker, A., policeman, 26 Salaberry. 
Coderre, Dr. J. E., 27 Craig. 
Coe, George, R. E., 25 Janvier. 
Coffin, W. F., president New-York Railroad co., office 

2 St. Gabriel, house Cdte des Neiges. 
Coffin, W. C. H., prothonotary, house St. Catherine 

near St. Hubert. 
Coffy, Thos., laborer, Dalhousie near Gabriel. 
Coffy, John, laborer, Kempt near Wellington. 
Coffy Mrs. R., dry goods, 21 St. Lawrence. 



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Coffy, Patrick, laborer, Perrault's court off Craig* 
CoGAN, W. C, Adelphi hotel, Place D'Armes. 
Cohnle, P., currier. Cemetery near Bonaventure. 
Coiffure, Frs., clockmaker, FuUum off St. Mary. 
Colburn, Mrs., house Ann near William. 
Colebet, Jas., waiter, 9 Rousseau. 
Cole, Thomas, dry goods, 72 St. Joseph. 
Cole, Wm., grocer, Lagauchetidre near Amherst. 
Coleman, J. W., Montreal house, Custom-house 

square. 
Coleman, Major, house Victoria road. 
Colgan, Michael, laborer, William near Dalhousie. 
Collard, John, R. E., 24 St. Elizabeth. 
Collard, Frs., savvmaker, 23 Bonaventure. 
Collard, Xavier, builder, Dufresne. 
Collard, Etienne, sawmaker, 80 Bonaventure. 
Collet, Eustache, carter, head of St. Constant. 
Collerette, James, laborer, corner St. Denis and Mig- 

nonne. 
CoUigan, Jas., police, William near George. 
Collin, Francois, blacksmith, house 125 St. Lawrence. 
Colling, Mrs., staymaker, 53 St. George. 
Collingwood, Edward, house 4f Beaver-hall terrace. . 
CoUins, John, actuary, house 4 Great St. James. 
Collins, Mrs. B., house 26 St George. 
Collins, Patrick, trader, Mountain. 
Collins, Hans., laborer. Cemetery near St. Antoine. 
Collins, Patrick, laborer, WiUiam near Colborne. 
Collins, Miss, dressmaker, 48 St. Mary. 
Collins, George, tailor, 62 St. Dominique. 
Collins, D., shoemaker, Place D'Armes hill. 
Collins, William, house Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
CoLLis, R. D., general broker, 20 St. Fran9ois Xavier 

house Berthelot. 
Colombe, Mrs., house 56 St. Dominique. 
Colombe, Ed., bricklayer, St. Margaret off St. Antoine. 
Colonial Life Assurance Office, A. Davidson 

Parker, manager, 49 Great St. James. 
Colt, W. H., academy, 11 St. Joseph, house Bisson off 

St. Antoine. 
Colthurst, George, C. E., at Adjutant General's Office, 

St. Lewis, house Victoria road. 



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Commander of the Forces, office 1 Dalhousie square. 

Commercial Bank of Midland District, (A. H. 
Campbell, cashier,) 37 Great St. James. 

Colquhoun, Alex., grocer, 130 St. Mary. 

Colquhoun, Robert, laborer, 54 Amherst. 

Colquhoun, Walter, house 140 Sherbrooke. 

Colton, Samuel, laborer, Durham. 

Comber, Miss C., house 11 Vitr6. 

Commette, Frs., laborer, court off Sanguinet. 

Commissariat Office, 53 Notre Dame. 

Complaisance, .1., laborer, Panet near Water. 

Comte, Clement, stonecutter, 5 Chenneville. 

Comte, Louis, builder, 108 St. Urbain. 

Comte, Jas., stonecutter, 26 St. Simeon. 

Comte, B., builder, 50 St. George. 

Comte, Pascal, builder, 50 St. George. 

Comte, Jean, mason, Vitr6 near Chenneville. 

Conlan, Andrew, emigrant agent, canal wharf, house St. 
Henry. 

Conlan, Mrs., tavern, comer Lagaucheti^re and Wolfe. 

Connell, Mrs. E., house corner Lagauchetidro and 
Hermine. 

Connell, Mrs. Jas., boarding-house, 46 Craig. 

Connell, Wm., clerk, St. Alexis. 

Connell, Mrs., milliner, 176 Notre Dame. 

Connell, Jas., brickmaker, Colborne avenue. 

Conner, John, laborer, George near William. 

Conner, John, laborer, 233 St. Joseph. 

Conner, J., shoemaker, court off Sanguinet. 

Conner, Patrick, carter, 3 1 St. Maurice. 

Conner, Michael, bricklayer, head of Alexander. 

Connisant, Joseph, butcher, 109 St. Joseph. 

Connolly, Mrs. William, house LiscarroU, head of St. 
.Andr6. 

Connolly, Robert, blacksmith, Dorchester near Col- 
borne avenue. 

Connolly, Mrs., house 33 Campeau. 

Connolly & Lantier, provision merchants, St. Nicholas. 

Connolly, Jas., cook shop, Port near Common. 

Connolly, John, laborer, Shaw off St. Mary. 

Connolly, Christopher, marketman, south side canal. 

Connolly, Wm., laborer, Murray near Welhngton. 



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Conndly, Pfttriok, carter, 4 Visitation. 

Connolly, Wm., carter, 159 St. Lawrence. 

Connoughton, J., grocer, corner George and Gabriel. 

Conroy, John, carpenter, Dalhousie near William. 

Conroy, James, laborer, Murray near McCord. 

Conroy, Thomes, laborer, Nazareth near McCord. 

Conroy, H., storenian, Nazareth near William. 

Conroy, Denis, laborer, St. Claude. 

Constantineau, Joseph, house St. Joseph. 

Contant, J. B., carter, 58 Amherst. 

Contant, Nardisse, house Durham. 

Contant, Francois, carter, Lagauchetidre near Amherst. 

Contant, L., cooper. Brock near Lagauchctiere. 

Contant, Alfred, grocer, Lagauchetidre near Amherst. 

Contant, Frs., carpenter, Dalhousie. 

Contois, F., clerk, Lagauiihetidre near Montcalm. 

Contois, Frs*, i^oemaker, 4*1 Panet. 

Contois^ Oh vier, boarding-house, 64^ Craig. 

Converse, J. A., ropewalk, Partenais near St. Mary. 

Conway, A., mason, George near Gabriel. 

Conway, Mr&«, house St. Geimain. 

Conway, T., grocer, corner Sanguinet and Lagauche- 

ti^re. 
Conway, Michael, laborer, 5 Colbome. 
Conway, Patrick, carter, 52 Bleury. 
Conway, John, bridge^master, south side canal. 
Conway, Thonnafl, grocer, 26 St. Lawrence. 
Coogan, Owen, laborer^ Nazareth near William. 

Coohey, , storemail, Busby lane off Craig. 

Cooke, Miss, dressmaker, 56 St. Antoine. 

Cooke, Robert, agent, 120 Notre Dame, house Mou' 

tain near St. Antoine. 
Cooke, Wm., clerk, St. Margaret off St. Antoine* 
Coon, James, laborer, Hermine near Jur6. 
Coonan, Wm., stoker, Dalhousie near Wellington. 
Cooper, John, carter, 31 St. Maurice. 
Cooper, Peter, collector, 4 Berthelot. 
Cooper, Jamc^, grocer, 74 St. Denis. 
Cooper, P. W., clerk in Post Office, house 4* Berth 

near Bleury. 
Cooper, W., clerkr St Charles Barrom^e near Vitr6. 
Cooper, Mrs., midwife^ comer Jurd and Hermine. 



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Cooper, Wm., headle, McGill College. 

Corbeille, Casimir, carter, Brock near Dorchester. 

Corbeille, F., carpenter, ^rock near Mignonne. 

Corbeille, Frs., eavvyer, Panet near Lagauchetidre. 

Corbeille, Frs., laborer, Panet near Lagaucbeti^re. 

Corbeille, Frs., mason, head of St. Constant. 

Corbeille, P., carpenter, 47 Montcalm* 

Corbeille, Joseph, joiner, head of German. 

Corbeille, Stanislas, grocer, corner Montcalm and Dor- 
chester. 

Corbeille, John L., carpenter, Dufresne. 

Corbeille, Mrs. P., seamstress. Brock near Dorchester. 

Corbeille, Paul, grocer, corner Providence %»d Su Ci- 
therine. 

Corbeille, Jas., cabinetmaker, head of German. 

Corbyn, Jas., shoemaker, St. Andre Biear St. Catherine. 

Corcoran, Arthur, shoestore, 2 Victoria road. 

Corcory, John, laborer, Iiagauchetidre a^ar 3t. Eliza- 
beth: 

Cordner, Rev. John, house 1 Beaver-hall place* 

Cordier, Mrs., house Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Cordier, Cuvlcr, carter, 122 St. Joseph. 

Corneau, J. B., I^ouse comer Montcalm and Fanet. 

Cornell, M., painter, Dorchester near Durham. 

Coron, Frs., house \3 St. FrancJ?. 

Coron, J. B., saddler, 53 St. Mary. 

Coroner of the District, Joseph Jones and C. J. Cour- 
sol, offices Champ de Mars and St. Vincent, 

Corr, Wm., laborer, 22 St. George. 

Correstine, John, carpenter, McCord near Gabriel. 

Correstine, D., grocer, corner Hermine and Jur6. 

Correstine, Geo., voyageur, Inspector near College* 

Corridre, Joseph, saddler, 6ar6 off St. Joseph, 

Corrigan, B., dairyman, Dalhousie near William. 

Corriveau, Joseph, butcher, St. Constant near Dor- 
chester. 

Cormack, S., clerk, 4>7 Sanguinet. 

Corrivost, John, laborer, Colborne neaj: Gabriel. 

Corry Robert, carpenter, Dufresne. 

Corry, Andrew, laborer, Cemetery off St. Antoine. 

Corse, R. & H., paints, oil and glass, 205 St. Paul. 

Corse, H., house Grey Nun near William. 



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Corse, R., house Grey Nun near William. 

Corse, N. B., house Queen near William. 

Cosgrove, John, laborer, Sophia lane off Craig. 

Costello, P., carpenter, Nazareth near William. 

Costello, John, joiner, Catherine near Gabriel. 

Costello, John, shoemaker, 18 Panet. 

Costigan, Mrs. John, milliner, 2 St. Joseph. 

Cot6, Joseph, tavern, haymarket square. 

Cot6, Charles, carter, St. Constant near Dumarais. 

Cot6, G., mason, City Councillors near Sherbrooke. 

Cot6, N., carter, St. Constant near Mignonne. 

Cote, Olivier, laborer, St. Margaret off St. Antoine. 

Cot^, Caesar, clerk, 31 Champ de Mars. 

Cote, Pierre, house 19 Campeau. 

Cot6, Mrs., house 26 Amherst. 

Cotillard, Mrs., house 23 Campeau. 

Couch, Mrs. T., grocer, 73 St. Urbain. 

Coulter, Frs., police, 35 Tolentin. 

Coulter, Wm., dry goods, 88 St. Mary. 

Couillard, Thos., clerk, house 105 Craig. 

Couillard, A., house 3' St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Couper, Miss, milliner, 15 St. Joseph. 

Courcelles, F., laborer, Fortier. 

Courcelles, J., grocer, 83 Visitation. 

Courcelles, R. C., house 8 St. Th6rdse. 

Coursene, Dominique, house Perrault's court off Craig. 

CoursoUes, Pierre, laborer, Mignonne near St. Denis. 

CoursoUes, J., painter, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 

CouRSOL, Charles, J., advocate, joint coroner, 18 St, 
Vincent. 

Coursol &. Pominville, advocates, 18 St. Vincent. 

Coursol, C. L., painter, 72 Panet. 

Court, James, accountant and land agent, Insurance 
Company's buildings. Great St. James, house Cur- 
rent St. Mary. 

Courtemarche, Antoine, turnkey, head of Montcalm. 

Courtemarche, Abm., mason, Victoria road. 

Courval, Pierre, laborer, 118 Visitation. 

Courval, Joseph, carter, Lafontaine off Visitation. 

Courval, Frs., carpenter, Cadieux, C6te i Baron. 

Courville, M., carpenter, Victoria road. 

Courville, Abraham, carter, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 



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Courville, Joseph, carter, Brock near Mignonne. 
Courville, Mrs. B., house 52 Sanguinet. 
Cousins, J., purser, 109 Craig. 
Cousineau, M., carter, west Dorchester. 
Cousineau, J., tobacconist, Aqueduct off St. Joseph. 
Cousineau, Frs., smith. Aqueduct near St. Joseph. 
Cousineau, J. B., labo^'er, head of Visitation. 
Cousineau, Noel, cooper, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Cousineau, Mrs., trader. Mountain near Bonaventu;'e. 
Cousineau, Noel, cooper, Bare off St. Joseph. 
Cousineau, Joseph, carpenter, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Coutley, John B., tavern, 11 St. Paul. 
Couture, Louis, carter, 36 Montcalm. 
Couture, Charles, house head of Visitation. 
Couture, Mra., house 11 Goaford. 
Couturier, Barth^lemi, carpenter, Montcalm near St, 

Catherine. 
Couturier, Charles, mason, 55 St. Dominique. 
Couvrette, Mrs., house Durham near Dorchester. 
Couvrette, Pierre, laborer, 19 Gain. 
Cowan & Cross, groceries, wines, &c., 34 M'Gill. 
Cowan, Dr. J. P., house Upper St. Urbain. 
Cowan, William, (of Carter & Cowan,) house Drum- 

mond. 
Cowan, David, clerk, 38 Gain. 

Cowan, Mrs. Alexander, ladies' school, 5 Bonaventure. 
Cowan, William, foundryman, Gain. 
Cowan, David, goal guard, house 38 Gain. 
Cowan, David, clerk, 25 St, Lewis. 
Cowan, Hugh, foundryman Dorchester near Colbome 

avenue. 
Cowan, David, storeman, Sanguinet. 
Cowell, George, clothier, 12 & 14 Great St. James. 
Cox, Patrick, carter, 5 St. George. 
Cox,Mrs. James, grocer, Current St. Mary. 
Cox, Jas., marketman, Ann near Wellington. 
Cox, Patrick, customs officer, Bleury. 
Cox, James, shoemaker, Hermine near Jur^. 
Cox, Charles, grocer, corner Vitr^ and St. Charles Bar- 

rom^e. 
Coyle, John, ropewalk, St. Helen off St. Mary. 
Coyle, E., customs officer, Dorchester^naer St. George. 

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Cragan, Matthew, laborer, court off Gabriel. 

Cragan, Mrs., laundrees, Colbome near William. 

Craig, Thomas, weaver, St. Joseph near the Canal basin. 

Craig, John, house 68 St. Antoine. 

Craig, Mrs., house Alexander near Craig. 

Craig, Miss, grocer, 88 Amherst. 

Craig, Jam&3, cabinetmaker, 50 St. Constant. 

Crane, James, carpenter, 22 Perrault's court off Craig. 

Crane, Robert, storeman, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Crane, Michael, laborer, court off Colbome. 

Crapsen, John, lumberer, 12 Wolfe. 

Crassitier, George, carpenter, Victoria road. 

Cranson, Robt., joiner, Eleanor near Gabriel. 

Crathem, Mrs. E., house 18 St. Urbain. 

Craven, Mrs. Michael, Prince near William. 

Craven, Lawrence, laborer. Prince near Queen. 

Crawford, James, M. D., 29 Little St. James. 

Crawford, William, upholsterer, 25 Tolentin. 

Crawley, James, clerk, Vitr6 near St. Lawrence. 

Cremore, John, gardener, head of Amherst. 

Crepeau, Louis, stone cutter, corner Lagaucheti^re and 

Campeau. 
Crepeau, Joseph, trader, head of German. 
Crepeau, Alexander, laborer, court off Lagaucheti^re. 
Creighton, James, tailor, 158 Notre Dame. 
Crerar, D. W., confectioner, 139 Notre Dame. 
Crevier, Louis, joiner, 178 St. Joseph. 
Crevier, Mrs., house 126 St. Joseph. 
Crevier, Olivier, carter, St. Andre near St. Catherine. 
Crevier, Toussaint, tanner, 113 St. Joseph. 
Crevier, Joseph, carter, St. Emery near St. Denis. 
Crevier, Simeon, shoemaker, 55 St. Paul. 
Cretk, William, watchmaker and jeweller, 151 Notre 

Dame. 
Cribb, A., Protestant Orphan Asylum, St. Catherine 

near Mountain. 
Cribb, John, carpenter, Woodyard near Water. 
Critchly, — , clerk St. George's Church. 
Crochi^re, Joseph, carpenter. Cemetery near St. An- 
toine. 
Crofts, James, barber, Bar6 off St. Jos^h. 
Crofton, Major, 20th Regt., Victoria terrace, Sherbrooke. 



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Cronin, W.y Commissariat, 55 St. George. 

Cronin, Wm., house 99 St. Lawrence. 

Crony, Wm., laborer, Fullum. 

Crony, Thos., laborer, 9 Queen square. 

Cross (Alex.) & Cofpin (W. F.) advocates, 2 Sl 

Gabriel. 
Cross, Alexander, advocate, house C6te des Neiges road. 
Cross, Robert, house 3 St. Maurice. 
Grossman, Mrs., house Lagauchetiere near Alexander. 
Croteau, Andr6, shoemaker, Montcalm near Panet. 
Croteau, Pierre, laborer, Victoria road. 
Crossan, Geo., tavern, 105 Water. 
Croteau, L. S., laborer, 50 Visitation. 
Croteau, J. B., coach trimmer, Panet near Dorchester. 
Crowe, B., chairmaker, Montcalm near Lagauchetiere. 
Crowe, Patrick, smith, 6 St. Urbain. 
Crowe, Chs., trader, 3 Elgin place, Lagauchetiere. 
Crowhurst, William, tavern, 2 St. Paul. 
Cruikshank, Wm., tobacconist, 41 Notre Dame. 
Cruice, John, grocer, 29 St. Paul. 
Crummenauer, H. D., clerk, 50 Chenneville. 
Crutchlow, Mrs. John, tavern, 26 St. Paul. 
Cuddy, Richd., carter. Kempt near Gabriel. - 
Cuddy, M., trader, 33 Sanguinet. 
Cuff, Malhew, laborer, Victoria road. 
CuUet, Michael, dry goods, 76 St. Paul. 
Cullin, Mrs., house 42 Amherst. 
Cullin, Mrs., grocer, 52 St. Maurice. 
Cullin, William, butcher. Prince near Wellington. 
Gumming (W. B.) & Galbraith (R.) wholesale dry 

goods, 164 St. Paul. See Addenda. 
Cumming J. W., boards at Montreal house. 
Gumming, W. B., boards at Hayes' house. 
Cumming, Patrick, trader, 20 St. Maurice, in rear. 
Cumming, P. W., laborer, Bonaventure. 
Cumming, Sergt. P., house 2 St. Andre. 
Cummins, Thos., laborer, McCord near William. 
Cummins, Patrick, smith, 5 Colborne. 
Cummins, Mrs., house Woodyard near Water. 
Cunningham, David, brassfounder, 18 St. Joseph. 
Cunningham, William, marble cutter, 45 Bleury. 
Cunningham, H. H., bookseller, &e., 23^ Notre Dftme. 



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Cunningham; Wm., marble factory, 36 St. Urbain. 
Cunningham, John, groeer, corner Lagauchetidre and 

St. George. 
Curley, Jas., shoemaker, 5S Bleury. 
Curley, Patrick, shoemaker, St. Bernard near Bleury. 
Curley, Mrs., house St. Germain. 
Curran, Michael, laborer, 235 St. Joseph. 
Curran, John, house 21 St. Maurice. 
Curran, Chas., shoemaker, Jur6 near Bleury. 
Curran, J. & C, horseshoers, 21 St. Maurice. 
Curran, Charles, house 21 St. Maurice. 
Curran, W., grocer, corner Lagauchetidre and Bleury. 
Curran, Mrs., house Durham near Lagauchett^re. 
Curtis, Mrs. J., house 1 13 Sanguinet. 
CusACK, Chas. J., general merchant, Calli^res. 
Cusack, John, tailor, Gabriel near Prince. 
Cusacky Michael, coachmaker, 166 Craig. 
Cushing, Mrs. E. L., house corner St. Catherine and City 

Councillors. 
Cushing, Job, house St. Antoine. 
Cushing, H. B., lumber merchant, Grey I^un street^ 

house 22 St. Antoine. 
Cushing, Mrs. £., house St. Henry near St. Maurice. 
Cushing, Mrs. T., house 60 St. Dents. 
CussoN, Francis, lumber yard, corner Youville and 

Commissioners, house Rose near Visitation. 
Cusson, Antoine, trader, 128 Sanguinet. 
Cusson, Joseph, carter, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 
Cusson, Alex., grocer, Jacques Cartier square. 
Cusson, A., stonecutter, Brock near Mignonne. 
Cusson, Bernab^, laborer. Visitation near Mignonne. 
Cusson, Frs., carter, head of Visitation. 
Cusson, Xavier, carriagemaker, St. Joseph. 
Customs Examining Warehouse, Port. 
Cutler, Geo., laborer, Prince near Wellington. 
Cutler, John, carpenter, Prince near Wellington. 
Cutter, Samuel, whitesmith, Ann near William. 
CuviLLiER, A., & Co., general merchants and auc> 

tioneers, St. Sacrament. 
Cuvillier, Maurice, house Cdte k Baron, near tollgatcu 
Cuvillier, Mrs, A., house C6te i Baron, near tollgate.. 
Cyphiot, Mrs., house Durham near Dorchester.. 



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Cyre^ Narcisse, house 30 St. Elizabeth. 

Cyre, Rev. Narcisee, printer, St. Th^rdse. 

Cyre, J. B., joiner, head of St. Hubert. 

Cyre, J. J., tanner, corner Montcalm and Panet. 

Cyre, Mrs. A., house 46 St. Elizabeth. 

Gyre, J. B., stonecutter, corner Dorchester and St. 
Charles Barrom^e. 

Cyre, M., carpenter, head of St. Hubert, 

Cyre, Vincent, laborer, 72 St. Urbain. 

DACKUS, John, trader, 15 St. Joseph. 

Dagg, James, oilmaker, St. F6lix near St. Joseph. 

Dago, Peter, dyer and scourer, Lagaucheti^re near Mont- 
calm. 

Dajenais, J., butcher, 110 St. Constant. 

Dajenais, R., painter, 60 Bonaventure, house Chaboiilez 
square. 

Dajenais, Basil, lumberyard, 155 St. Lawrence. 

Dajenais, Robert, painter, Chaboiilez square. 

Dajenais, Ls., laborer, lane oflf Montcalm. 

Dajenais, Stanislas, painter, German near Mignonne. 

Dajenais, Joseph, laborer, 22 Salaberry. 

Dajenais, Theophile, painter, Perthius. 

Dajenais, David, tinsmith, 40 St. Mary. 

Dajenais, Firmin, shoemaker. Visitation near St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Dakers, James, (secretary of Telegraph Company,) 
house corner Lusignan and St. Antoine. 

Dalton, John, house St. Constant near Dorchester. 

Dalet, Joseph H., of the Donegana hotel, 19 & 21 
Notre Dame. 

Daly, Wm., laborer, Fullum. 

Daly, Daniel, shoemaker, Gabriel near Murray. 

Daly, John, carter, St. Joseph near the canal. 

Daly,Corn, laborer. Prince near Wellington. 

Daly, Mrs., cook-shop. Common near King. 

Daliaire, Joseph, laborer, Dufresne. 

Dalcour, Joseph, mason, St. Catherine near Visitation. 

Damour, Alfred, notary public, 75 St. Mary. 

Damour, Pierre, house 47 Water. 

Damour, Mrs. F., trader, head of St. Dominique. 

Damour, Joseph, shoemaker, 128 St. Charles Barrom^d* 

Damion, Mrs., house lane off St. Henry. 

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Dangerfield, William, boots and shoes, 111^ Notre 
Dame. 

Dance, R., gardener, tollgate, Victoria road. 

Dancereau, Nazare, tavern, 59 St. Paul. 

Dancereau, Israel, carpenter, St. F61ix off Bonaventure. 

Dandurand, Louis, shoemaker, 133 St. Lawrence. 

Dann, Amos, bootcloser, William near Eleanor. 

Dann, Thomas, shoemaker, William near Eleanor. 

Dann, H., milkman, 137 Sanguinet. 

Danish Consul, Thos. Ryan, St. Peter near Lemoine. 

Daniel, Wm., printer, Brock near Dorchester. 

Daniel, Mary, laundress, Lagaucheti^re near St. Law- 
rence. 

Daniel, Baptisle., carter, court offPanet. 

Daniel, Frs., house 7 Wolfe. 

Daoust, Maurice, trader. Visitation near Mignonne. 

Daoust, A., joiner, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 

Daoust, Alex., milkman, head of Visitation. 

Darcy, Michael, smith, corner McCord and William. 

Darcy, James, police, 21 Champ de Mars. 

Dariing, William, general merchant, 169 St. Paul, 
house corner Queen and William. 

Darling, D. & C, general merchants, 219 St. Paul. 

Darling, C, house Hall's cottage, Victoria road. 

Darling, John, boarding-house, 59 St. Urbain. 

Darragh, Hugh, tavern, corner St. Francois Xavier and 
Commissioners. 

Darragh, Michael, carter, court off St. Margaret. 

Darrugh, Peter, grocer, 40 St. Maurice. 

Darwent, , lumberyard, Dalhousie near Wellington. 

Darwent, Moses, clerk, upper St. Urbain. 

Date, John, plumber, brazier, &c., II St. Phillip. 

Dauphin, C, carver, St. Denis near Mignonne. 

Daunait, Joseph, shoemaker, 1 St. Ignace. 

Daunais, C, trader, 89 Visitation. 

David & Millet, general commission merchants, 16 
St. Francois Xavier. 

David, A. H., M. D., 48^ Craig. 

David, E. D., advocate, 25 Little Saint James, house 
Brunswick. 

David, A., carpenter, Mignonne. 

David, F., painter, 17 German. 



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David, F., painter, Montcalm near Lagauchetidre. 

David, Toussaint, laborer, 23 Voltigeurs. 

Davidson, D., manager Bank of British North America, 
Great St. James. 

Davidson, John, carpenter, Nazareth near William. 

Davidson, Mrs., matron servants home, corner St. 
Charles Barrom6e and Lagaiicheti^re. 

Davidson, Thomas, clerk, 24 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Davidson, Isaac B., tailor, 197 Notre Dame. 

Davidson, Thomas, clerk, 22 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Davidson, James, carpenter, 65 St. Lewis. 

Davie, James G., dry goods, Current St. Mary. 

Davies, Rev, Doctor, house 3 Sydenham place. 

Davigny, Julien, shoemaker, St. Mary near Gain. 

Davis, John, upholsterer, 63 St. Dominique. 

Davis, Daniel, school teacher, 60 Bonaventure. 

Davis, G., watchman, 60 St. Dominique. 

David, John, carter, St. Edward lane. 

Davis, Moses, furrier, Wolfe near Lagauchetidre. 

Davis, Miss A. J., milliner, 27 St. Antoine. 

Davis, John, shoemaker, 27 St. Antoine. 

Davis, John, bootmaker, head of German. 

Davis, Mrs., house 84 St. Mary. 

Davis, Wm., bootcloser, Vitr6 near St. Constant. 

Davis, H. J., cabinetmaker, 12 St. Genevidve. 

Davis, Wm., painter, 66 St. Dominique. 

Davis, Joseph, laborer, head of Panet. 

Davis, Baptiste, police, 28 Adolphus, in rear. 

Davis, John, laborer, south side of Canal. 

Davis, Thomas, grocer, 95 Water. 

Davison, Jas., clerk, house Union avenue. 

Davison, Mrs. A., house 11 St. Bernard. 

Davison, Wm., laborer, Bronsdon's lane oif Dorchester. 

Davisftn, Thomas, laborer, Bronsdon's lane off Dorches- 
ter. 

Davison, J., house Brunswick. 

Dawson, Benjamin, bookseller & stationer, wholesale 
and retail, 2 Place d'Armes. 

Dawson, Thos., laborer, lane off Campeau. 

Dawson, John, planemaker, Alexander near Jur6. 

Daf, J. J., advocate, 90 Notre Dame. 

Day, Hon. C. D., house Cdte des Neiges. 



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Day, Mrs. William, dressmaker, Jur6 near Bleary. 

Daze, Wm., house head of Brock. 

Dean, Robert, British trunk factory, 156 Notre Dame. 

Dean, David, turner, 67 St Charles Barrom^e. 

Dean, A., messenger, German near Mignonne. 

Dean, B.., tanner, 90 Amherst. 

Death, Thos., bouse Gabriel near Queen. 

DeBeaujeu, Hon. G. R. S., house 52 Notre Dame. 

DeBleurt, Hon. C. C. S., advocate, 38 Craig. 

Deblois, A., notary^ 11 St. Dominique. 

Decarreau, Jas., pilot, Dorchester near Durham. 

Decarrie, Louis, carpenter, St Mary near the JaiU 

Decarrie, Henry, carpenter, 51 Mountain. 

Decarrie, John, carpenter, Bonaventure near Mountain. 

Decarrie, John, mason, Durham. 

Decarrie, J. B., shoemaker, Bare off St. Joseph. 

Decarrie, John, carpenter, Bonaventure near Inspector. 

Decarrie, Frs., carpenter, St Dominique. 

Decarrie, Frs., plasterer, German. 

Dechantel, Louis, house 1 St Urbain. 

Decoigne, Frs., house corne-r St. Joseph and Notfef 

Dame. 
Decousse, P. B., tavern, Jacques Cartier square. 
Dednam, T., tin and coppersmith, and brazier, 187 

Notre Dame. 
Deegan, L., house 58 Bleury. 
Deegan, G., notary, St Catherine near Christopher. 
Deegan, Mrs., house Catherine near Gabriel. 
Deering, Wm., shoemaker, head of German. 
Deery, Henry, grocer, corner of Wellington and Ann. 
Defoy, Joseph, carper !=;r, 75 St Urbain. 
Deguise, Jos., ginger beer, St. Denis near Mignonne. 
Deguise, Frs., bricklayer. Valine. 
Deguise, Olivier, bricklayer, 104 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Delage, M., shoemaker, St. Margaret near Bonaventure. 
Delahide, Mrs., trader, 237 St. Joseph. 
Delancy, Mrs., trader, 2 St. Urbain. ' • 

Delanville, Pierre, laborer, 8 Visitation. 
Delany, Mrs., trader, St. Claude. 
Delany, Patrick, laborer, 7 St. Edward. 
Delany, James, painter, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 
Delany, John, laborer, Colborne near Gabriel. 



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Delaurier, Frs., house 96 St. Joseph. 

Delaurier, Joseph, house 33 Salabeny. 

Delaurier, , house St. Catherine near St. Con- 
stant. 

Delaurier, Mrs., house Brock near Dorchester. 

Delaurier, Francis, cabinetmaker. Cemetery. 

Delaurier, J. B., butcher, Fullum. 

Delaurier, Joachim, house ] 00 St. Charles Bar/om^e. 

Delcourt, Joseph., sawyer, 39 St. Ignace. 

Delinelle, Pierre, joiner, court off Sanguinet. 

Delinelle, P.,jun., stone cutter, court off Sanguinet. 

Delinelle, Mrs. C, house 49 St. Elizabeth. 

Delisle, W. H., house 200 Notre Dame. 

Delisle, A. M., clerk of the Crown, house 17 Sher- 
brooke. 

Delisle, Benjamin, high constable, 7 Bonaventure. 

Delisle, C. M., house St. Antoine, west. 

Delisle, Mrs., house 13 Bonaventure. 

Delongchamp, Louis, laborer, head of Montcalm. 

Delongchamp, Louis, jun., gardener, head of Montcalm. 

Delongchamp, Pierre, mason, head of Montcalm. 

Delorier, Olivier, carpenter, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Delorier, J. B., cooper, 51 Visitation. 

Delorier, E., cartmaker, 80 St. Antoine. 

Delorme, John, shoemaker, Voltigeurs near St. Mary. 

Delorme, Edward, carter, St. Andr^ near St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Delorme, G. O., dry goods, corner St. Lawrance and 
Vitr6. 

Delorme, Edward, carpenter, Adolphus. 

Delorme, S., butcher, Mignonne. 

Delormier, J. Bi C, advocate, 37 Sherbrooke. 

Delvecchio, Peter, house Durocher near the Mountain. 

Dem,eray, John, trader, 53 St. Mary. 

Demeray, P. O., advocate, 13 St. Lambert. 

Demers, Edward, city treasurer, 48 Albert place, St. 
Urbain. 

Demers, Augustus, lumberyard, Visitation comer Lagau- 
cheti^re, house corner Dorchester and German. 

Demers, Noel, carter, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Demers, Louis, trader, 100 St. Constant. 

Demers, Moses, joiner, Jur6 near Bleury. 




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Demers, George, house St. Mary near Fullum, 
Demers, Louis, butcher, Hochelaga, (Cross). 
Demers, Antoine, butcher, St. Mary near Full una. 
Demers, Mrs. Charles, house 4>1 Water. 
Demers, Joseph W., lumber merchant, Latour off Ra- 

degonde. 
Demers, Louis, jun., butcher, St. Mary near FuUum. 
Demers, Antoine, grocer, St. Mary near FuUum. 
Demers, Louis, trader, Dorchester near St. Phillip. 
Demiseau, Mrs., house St. Catherine near Bleury. 
Demont, Mrs., tailoress, 25 St. Mary. 
Demontigny, C, G. N., printer, 79^ St. Paul. 
Demorochond, F. M., house St. Denis near Mignonne. 
Dempster, George, merchant^ 3 St. Sacrement. 
Dempsey, H., house Kent. 
Dempsey, William, police, 15 Amherst. 
Dempsey, D., trader, Lagauchetidre near Campean. 
Dempsey, Mrs., trader, Lagauchetidre near Campeaa. 
Dempsey, Mrs., laundress, Gabriel near Murray. 
Deneau, Mrs., dressmaker, 23 C6t6. 
Dennie, Mrs., millinery establishment, 13 Great St. 

James. 
Dennis, William, organ: and pianoforte builder, 40 Great 

St. James. 
Dennis,. Cyril, carpenter, St. Charles Barrom4e. 
Denis, J. B., gardener, 83 St. Lawrence. 
Depaty, F., carter, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 
Dcpaty, Moses, joiner, head of St. Dominique. 
Depaty, Joseph F., trader, 68 St. Mary. 
Depaty, Edward, roofer, Sanguinet. 
Depaty, Joseph, laborer^ Lagauchetidre near St. Con- 

s mt. 
Depaty, F. X., stonecutter, St. Constant. 
Depaty, Joseph, roofer, 95 St. Dominique. 
Depaty, Ged6on, carter, German. 
Depaty, Francis, waterman, Devienne. 
Depaty, Etienne, stonecutter, corner St. Hubert and St. 

Catherine. 
Depaty, Charles, sawyer, Mignonne near Brock. 
Depinsier, 0., merchant tailor. Place D'Armes, house 

Perrault's court offCraig. 
Depinsier, P., painter, Perrault's court off Craig. 



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Deputy Adjatant General's Office, 3 Durham place. 

Deputy Quarter Master General's Office, 6 Durham 
place. 

DeRocheblave, Mrs., house 2 Lartigue place. 

Derome, F., mason, 91 Visitation. 

Derome, Mrs, F. X., house 66 St. Denis. 

Derome, G., cabinetmaker, Lagaucheti^re near St. 
Dominique. 

Derome, D., clerk, 36 Montcalm. 

Derome, F. M., house off St. Catherine. 

Derome, Hubert, house Cadieux street, C6te a Baron. 

Derome, H., trader, St. Dominique. 

Derome, L6on, butcher, Brock near Dorchester. 

Derome, Mrs., house 38 Montcalm. 

Derouin, Antoine, saddler, 133 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Derregh, Daniel, laborer, Busby lane. 

Dery, Casimir, sawyer, College near Inspector, 

Dery, C, gardener, court off College. 

Desault, A., laborer, 24> Montcalm. 

Desautels, Amable, laborer, lane off Panet. 

Desautels, Andre, stone cutter, head of Sanguinet. 

Desautels, Fran9ois, mason, Montcalm near St. Mary. 

Desautels, Fran^ois^ sen., mason 122 St. Mary. 

Desautels, Fran9ois, jun., houae 138 St. Mary. 

Desautels, James, cooper, Dorchester near St. Constant. 

Desautels, J. B., laborer, 79 Visitation. 

Desautels, Louis, grocer, corner Dorchester and Visita- 
tion. 

Desautels, Louis, house 27 St. Antoine. 

Desautels, Michel, carter, 2 Campeau. 

Desautels, Mrs., house 11 Bonaventure. 

Desautels, N., boarding house, 55 Sanguinet. 

Desautels, Noel, baker, St. Dominique. 

Desautels, P., joiner, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Desautels, William, trader, 25 Visitation. 

Deschalets, P., carter, St. Andr6 near St. Catherine. 

Deschiimbault, Amable, lumberman, 12 Salaberry. 

Deschambault, Dr., house 49 St. Mary. 

Deschamps, J. B., sen., shoemaker, 106 St. Lawrence. 

Deschamps, J. B., jun., shoemaker, 114 St. Lawrence. 

Deschamps, J. B., laborer, head of Brock. 

Deschamps, John, joiner, Dufresne. 



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Deschamps, Joseph , carter, Fortier near St. Dominique. 

Deschdne, A. joiner, Tolentin near Water. 

Deserau, Miss, milliner, 18 St. Lawrence. 

Desdve, Augustus, carpenter, corner Mignonne and St* 
Dominique. 

Desdve, Elie, house 76 St. Joseph. 

Desdve, F. X,, house 45 Sanguinet. 

Desforges, J. M.,:Sherifl's officer and bailiff, 24 St. Law- 
rence. 

Desforges, E. M., house 23 St. Lawrence. 

Desjardins, Joseph, laborer, 10 Amherst, 

Desjardins, C, police, Panet near Dorchester. 

Desjardins, Etienne, laborer, lane off Sanguinet. 

Desjardins, Felix, carter, 50 Montcalm. 

Desjardins, Frs., carter, 64 Panet. 

Desjardins, J. B., mason. Visitation near Mignonne. 

Desjardins, J. M., advocate, 16 St. Vincent, house 27 
St. Lewis. 

Desjardins, Miss, milliner, 125 St. Joseph. 

Desjardins, O., smith, Panet near Lagaucheti^re. 

Desjardins, P., carpenter, head of St. Lawrence. 

Desjardins, Pierre, stone cutter, Mignonne near St. 
Constant. 

Deslaurier, Mrs., boarding house, 20 St. Gabriel. 

Desmarais, Mrs. A., gardener, Cadieux. 

Desmarteau, Andre, house Tolentin near St. Catherine. 

Desmarteau, N. B., house Current St. Mary, 

Desmarteau, Plamondon & Mausseau, general dry 
goods, 98 St. Paul. 

Desnoyers, M., house 15 St. Lawrence. 

Desnoyers, Mrs., seamstress, head of Panet. 

Desnoyers, F., trader, 139 Sanguinet. 

Desnoyers, L6on, joiner, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 

Desnoyers, Michel, laborer, lane off Panet. 

Desnoyers, G., shoemaker, Salaberry near St. Mary. 

DeSoIa, Rev. A., Hebrew, 1 Pr^s-de-Ville place. 

Desormier, S. P., sawyer, 27 St. IgLiace. 

Desormier, John, carter. Visitation. 

Desormier, Louis, carter, 22 Visitation. 

Desormier, N., stone cutter. Brock near St. Catherine. 

Desormier, P., sawyer. Visitation near Mignonne. 

Desormier, Louis, carter, Visitation near St. Mary. 



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Despatie, Pierre, house Durham near Dorchester. 

Despatie, James, cabinetmaker, 160^ St. Lawrence. 

Despatie, F61ix, carter, 70 St. Elizabeth. 

Despatie, , sexton, St. Emery near St. Denis. 

Despaty, Isidore, carter, Brock near Dorchester. 

Despaty, Joseph, trader, 29 St. Lawrence. 

Despaty, X., carter, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 

Despaty, Pierre, house off Brock near Visitation. 

Despaty, Hyacinthe, laborer, head of Brock. 

Despaty, J., trader, 29 St. Lawrence. 

Despaty, M., carpenter, 68 St. Dominique. 

Desrividres, James M'Gill, house 68 Craig. 

Desrivi^res, Baptiste, sawyer, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Desroche, J. B., waterman, 191 St. Dominique. 

Desroche, Alexander, house 89 St. Lawrence. 

Desrochers, Edward, general dry goods, 27 St. Law* 
rence comer Vitr6. 

Desrochers & Parant, general dry goods, 17 & 19 
St. Lawrence. 

Desrochers, R., carpenter, Christopher off St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Desrochers, Joseph, carter, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 

Desrochers, Joseph, joiner, 50 Visitation. 

Desrochers, M., tinsmith, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 

Desrochers, Nicholas, painter, St. Catherine near St. 
Denis. 

Desrochers, Mrs. B., corner Vitr6 and St. Dominique. 

Desrochers, Antoine, carpenter, 96 St. Dominique. 

Desrochers, Benjamin, house Cemetery off St. Antoine. 

Desrochers, Frs., laborer, 39 Voltigeurs. 

Desrochers, J. B., tobacconist, 68 St. Urbain. 

Desrochers, Urbain, sculptor, 101 St. Constant. 

Desrochers, Amab, cooper. College near Dupr6 lane. 

Desrochers, Michael, joiner, 32 St. Lawrence. 

Desrochers, Mrs. B., house corner Vitr6 and St, Domi- 
nique. 

Desrochers, Louis, laborer. Bare off St. Joseph. 

Desrochers, J. B., house 68 St. Urbain. 

Desrochers, Edward, house Vitre. 

Desrosiers, Louis, dry goods, 86 St. Paul. 

Desrue, Jean, cooper, 88 St. Antoine. 

Dessane, Andr^, carter, 9 Wolfe. 

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Dessourdie, Adolphe, shoemaker, Brock near Dorchester. 

Dessourdie, Charles, shoemaker, St. Emery near St. 
Denis. 

Devanny, Michael, lodginghouse, 90 Foundling. 

Devereux, Thos., house St. Mary near Gain. 

Devereux, W., plasterer, little Dublin olB* St. George. 

Devine, Rev. J. A., A.M., Montreal Classical and Com- 
mercial School, 43 St. Mary. 

Devine, Jno., laborer, 40 Voltigeurs. 

Devine, James, laborer, 22 Chaboillez. 

Devine, Henrv, bootmaker, St. Charles Barrom6e near 
Vitr6. 

Devine, Denis, laborer, McCord near Wellington. 

DevinS; Peter, house comer St. Hubert and Mignonne. 

Devlin &: Herbert, advocates, 5 Little St. James. 

Devlin, Thos., laborer, Gain near St. Mary. 

Devlin, , dry goods, 127 Notre Dame. 

DeWitt, Jacob, house head of St. Margaret. 

DeWitt, J., cooperage, King near Wellington. 

Diall, L. S., engineer, 106 St. Joseph. 

Diamond, Miss, dressmaker, Jur6 near Alexander. 

Dickinson, C. M., surgeon dentist, 49 Great St. James. 

Dickinson, M., forwarder, house 25 St. Antoine. 

Dicky, Jas., carpenter, George near Gabriel.. 

Dicky, Chas., carpenter, 47 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Didoire, Xavier, laborer, AUard off Visitation. 

DiER, John, swan tavern. Grey Nun near William, 

Dier, John, jun., custom-house officer. Grey Nun near 
William. 

Dier, W., carter, 43 St. Maurice. 

Dier, Jos., carter, Colborne near William. 

Dier, John, carpenter, Colborne near Gabriel. 

Dignan, Bernard, house Guy off St. Antoine. 

Dillon, Richard, accountant, 103 Mountain. 

Dillon, James, house 58 St. Dominique. 

Dillon, M. D., tailor,-9 Vitr6. 

Dillon, Thos., laborer, Hermine near Jure. 

Dinning, John G., accountant and broker, 13 St. 
Sacrament, house Drummond. 

Diocesan Library & Reading Room, J. S. Roles, 
librarian. National school-house, Boneecours. 

Dion, P., joiner, Cadieux street, Cdte a Baron. 



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Dion, Jos., huckster, Devienne. 

Dion, Jos., carpenter, Devienne. 

Dion, Mrs., boarding house, H St. Jean Baptiste. 

Dion, Frs., carpenter, St. Catherine near St. Constant 

Dippie, Misses, dressmakers, Dorchester near St. Phil- 
lip. 

Dixon, Richard, smith, Murray near William. 

DoANE, T. C,daguerreotypist, 1 Place d'Armes, up stairs, 
house Place d'Armes hill. 

Dockeran, Benj., boilermaker, Victoria road near St, 
Catherine. 

Dods, P., house corner Alexander and Lagauchetidre* 

Doguin, Baptiste, carpenter, 76 Panet. 

Doherty, N., house Colborne avenue. 

Doherty, Mrs. Thomas, house 59 Campeau. 

Doherty, Mrs., house Dalhousie near Wellington. 

Doherty, Wm., grocer, William near Colborne. 

Doherty, Michael, grocer, 50 St. Dominique. 

Doherty, Thos., cook, 85 St. Mary. 

Doherty, Edward, messenger, Dubord near St. Denis. 

Doherty, Wm., house, Colborne avenue. 

Doherty, H., grocer, corner St. Dominique^and Lagau- 
cheti^re. 

Doherty, George, joiner, Drake's court off College. 

Doherty, Wm., police, court off Murray. 

Doherty, John, laborer, Murray n^ar William. 

Doherty, Jas., laborer, M'Cord near Wellington. 

Doherty, Marcus, advocate, 9 St. Vincent, house 73 i 
Mountain. 

Doherty, Wm., laborer, St. Mary near Gain. 

x>olan, William, bootmaker, 54 St. Antoine. 

Dolan, Frs., dry goods, 208 Notre Dame, 

Dolly's Chop House, (R. P. Isaacson,) Great St. 
• James. 

Dominique, Andr6, culler, St. Nicholas. 

Dompierre, Ls., carter, head of Sanguine!. 

Donaghy, Mrs., house Brock near Lagauchetidre. 

Don, Peter, porter, 7 Woody ard. 

Don, Jas., upholsterer, Beaadry terrace, St. Urbain. 

Donahoo, W., water police, Ann near Gabriel. 

Donahoo, Mathew, carter, Dalhousie near Gabriel. 

Donahoo, Luke, laborer, St. Germain. 




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DonahoO) Bernard, turner, 37 St. Lawrence. 

Donahoo, Timothy, saddler, 60 St. Paul. 

Donaldson, WiHiam, house Dorchester near Mountain. 

Donaldson, Wm., pedler, 17 Bona venture. 

DoNEGANi Hotel, The, Mrs. St. Julien, proprietor, 
J. H. Daley, manager, 19 and 21 Notre Dame. 

Donegani, John, house Villa Rosa, C6te St. Antoine. 

Donegani, Joseph, looking-glasses, &c., Capital. 

Donegani, Joseph W., commission merchant, 61 Com- 
missioners. 

Donnelly, James, plasterer, 129 St. Lawrenee. 

Donnelly, Daniel, laborer, William near Murray. 

Donnelly, John, laborer, Dalhousie. 

Donnelly, Michael, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 

Donnelly, , carpenter, 53 Mountain. 

Donnelly, Henry, engineer, 233 St. Joseph. 

Donnelly, Peter, trader, 139 St. Paul, house Jure, 

Donnelly, Bryan, laborer, Kempt near William. 

Donillette, A., laborer, head of Sanguinet. 

Donoghoe, H., house St. Catherine. 

Donovan, James, shoemaker, 20 St. George, in rear. 

Donovan, James, laborer, Gabriel near Prince. 

Dooly, Daniel, bricklayer, corner of Alexander & St. 
Catherine. 

Dooly, John, laborer, Scotch lane off St. Urbain. 

Doolan, Peter, house 47 Bleury- 

Doolan, Michael, carter, Dorchester near Mountain. 

Doolan, Wm., carter, St. F61ix off Bona venture. 

Doran, Mrs., 109 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Doran, James, messenger, 124« St. Mary. 

Doran, James, laborer, court off Colborne. 

Doran, Michael, laborer, McCord near William. 

Doran, John, shoemaker, 8 Voltigeurs. 

Doran, William, school, 45 St. Joseph. 

Doray, J. B., laborer, 11 Visitation. 

Doray, A., grocer, 27 Sanguinet. 

Doray, E., turner, 50 Amherst. 

Dorion, A. A., advocate, 20 St. Vincent, house Lagaur 
cheti^re near Campeau. 

D'Orsonnens, Dr. Thomas E. D'Odet, house 67 

St. Lewis. 
Dorval, Joseph, carpenter^ German near Dumarais.. 



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Dorval, J. B., baker, 4<f) St. Dominique. 

Dorval, , clerk, Jacques Cartier square* 

Dorval, Isaac, baker, 155 St. Lawrence. 

Dorval, A. J. B., shoemaker, 45 St. Dominique. 

Dorval, Henri, shoemaker, 45 St. Dominique. 

Dorval, Amable, public-crier, house at St. Lawrence 
market. 

Dorval, J. B., senior, house 45 St. Dominique. 

Dorwin, C, exchange and money broker, 33 St. Francois 
Xavier. 

Dorwin, J. H., hotise 49 Bleury. 

Doucet, N. B., notary public, 8 St. Francois Xavier. 

DoucET, T., notary public, 30 i St. Fran9oi8 Xavier, 
house Dorchester near St. Elizabeth. 

Dougall, George, merchant tailor, 95 Craig. 

Dougall, John, Montreal Witness, 22 Great St. James, 
house head of Mountain. 

Dougall, James, commission merchant, corner St. Ni- 
cholaH and St. Paul, house corner Dorchester and 
St. Constant. 

Douglas, William, general merchant, 57 Commission- 
ers, house 28 St. Monique. 

Douglas, J. & T., dry goods, 199 St. Paul. 

Douglas, James, house Recollect near St. Peter. 

Douglas, John, inspector, 14 Dorchester. 

Douglas, , steam saw mill, Nazareth. 

Douglas, Charles, mason, Murray near William. 

Douglas, Thomas, house 46 Craig. 

Douglas, William, shoemaker, 41 Bonaventure. 

Douglas, Susan, grocer, 15 St. Mary. 

Douin, L6on, laborer. Visitation near Lagaucheti^re. 

Doutney, W. L., grocer, 68 St Paul. 

Doutre, Joseph, advocate, 31 St. Gabriel, house St. Eliz- 
abeth near Vitr6. 

Doutre, Leon, deputy registrar, old government house, 
house St. Elizabeth near Craig. 

Doutre, L6on, house St. Catherine near Alexander. 

Dow, William, & Co., brewers and distillers, 88 and 
90 St. Joseph. 

Dow, William, house 86 St. Joseph. 

Dow, Andrew, house 89 St. Joseph. 

Dow, Mrs. Charies, house Lagaucheti^re near St. George. 

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Dow, Miss, dressmaker, Andersion near Jure. 

Dow, Mrs., house St. Joseph. 

Dow, Robert, carpenter, 2 Col borne. 

Dow, B., laborer, off William near Murray. 

Dowd, Francis, tavern, 52 Bleury. 

Dowd, Thomas, grocer, Hermine corner Jur6. 

Dowd, A., laborer, 6 St. Dominique. 

Downer, Edward, carter, 109 St. Lawrence. 

Downer, George, carter, 109 St. Lawrence. 

Downey, Thomas, laborer, Bar6 off St Joseph. 

Downey, Dennis, fruit store, 43 M'Gill. 

Downs, Terence, trader, 69 St. Paul, house comer 
Wolfe and Lagauchetidre. 

Downy, Morris, store. Prince near Wellington. 

Doyon, M. Y., clerk, 29 Bonaventure. 

Doyle, Mrs., house court off Mignonne. 

Doyle, John, shoemaker, Murray near Gabriel. 

Doyle, Mrs., house Catherine near Wellington. 

Doyle, James, trader, court off Murray. 

Doyle, Geo., silversmith, 60 St. Mauricl^. 

Doyle, James, gardener, corner St. Catherine and San- 
guinet. 

Doyle, Mrs. John, laundress, Vitr6 near St. Dominique. 

Dragon, Toussaint, carter, 124 Sanguinet. 

Drake, F. L., upholsterer, 174^ Notre Dame. 

Drake, Robert, builder, corner St. Antoine and Guy. 

Drake, Godfrey, grocer, 53 St. Lawrence. 

Drapeau, F61ix, carter, head of Mignonne. 

Drapeau, Charies, waterman, Adolphus. 

Draycotte, C, dry goods, 58 St. Mary. 

Dray, R., shoemaker, St. Constant. 

Dredge, F. C. & A., bookbinders and paper rulers, 229 
St. Paul. 

Dredge, F. C, house 38 McGill. 

Dredge, J., pohce, 11 Campeau. 

Dredge, E. D., house 63 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Driscoll, Henrt, Q. C, St. Th^rdse, house 4 Bar- 
clay. 

Drolet, P., storeman, 97 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Drolet, Pierre, shoemaker, German. 

Drumgoole, Patk., tanner, corner William andColborne. 

Drum, Thos., storeman, Durham near Dorchester. 



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Drummond, (L. T.) Loranoer, (T. J. J.) & Dunlop, 
(C. J.), advocates, Place d'Armes hill. 

Drummond, Peter, joiner, Murray near Gabriel. 

Drury, Thomas, carter, St. Constant. 

Dryden, Mrs., milliner, 21 St. Urbain. 

Urysdale, J ., house Aylmer. 

Drysdale, Adam, house 52 Ghenneville. 

Dubay, John B., carpenter, 2 Panot. 

Dubay, Ant., carpenter, Bar6 off St Joseph. 

Dubeau, Chs., tobacconist, 77 St. Paul. 

Dubeau, Joseph, carter, Visitation near St. Catherine. 

Dub^e, Miss, weaver, 77 Visitation. 

Dub^e, J., carpenter, 34« Panet. 

Dub^e, Mrs., tailoress. King near William. 

Dub^, Joseph, laborer, 25 Wolfe. 

Dubfe, Frs., laborer, corner St. Catherine & St. Phillip. 

Dub^, Joseph, laborer, Montcalm near Dorchester. 

Dubois, Adolphe, dry goods, 82 Notre Dame. 

Dubois, Mrs. J., house 29 St. Andr^. 

Dubois, Alexis Etienne, house 43 St. Antoine. 

Dubois, Etienne, house 38 St. Antoine. 

Dubois, Doctor L. G,, house 43 St. Antoine. 

Dubois, Jos., laborer, head of Panet. 

Dubois, Jacques, laborer, McCord near Gabriel. 

Dubois, Joseph, mason, St. Catherine near Alexander. 

Dubois, L. J. B., mason, lane off Sanguinet. 

Dubois, Pierre, shoemaker, lane off St. Charies Bar- 
rom^e. 

Dubois, Joseph, carpenter, Lagaacheti^re near Mont- 
calm. 

Dubois, J. B., trader, court off Sanguinet. 

Dubois, Luke, joiner, Dufresne. 

Dubois, Alexander, house Lagauchetidre near St. Denis. 

Dubois, Michel, baker, German. 

Dubois, Narcisse, baker, King near Wellington. 

DuBORD, Etienne, advocate, 25 St. Gabriel. 

Dubord, A., cigarmaker, 101 St. Lawrence and 77 Su 
Paul. 

Dubord, Miss, school, corner Sanguinet and St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Dubord, F. X., shoemaker, St. Catherine near Sangui- 
net. 



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Dubord, Latourelle A., house Lagaucheti^re near San- 
guinet. 

Dubord, A., house Vitr6 near Sanguinet. 

Dubord, Chs., laborer, St. Dominique. 

Dubord, Chs., saddler, St. Catherine. 

Dubord, Thos., house Grey Nun near Common. 

Dubuc, Miss, house court off Visitation. • 

Dubuc, C, tailor, St. Domnique. 

Dubuc, J. B , carpenter, 20 St. Denis. 

Ducasse, Alex , carpenter, head of Visitation. 

Ducasse, Hilai re, grocer. Mountain near St. Joseph. 

Ducasse, Edward, laborer, Durham. 

Duchaine, J. B., butcher, 167 St. Constant. 

Ducharme, Pierre, saddler, 33 Wolfe. 

Ducharme, L6andre, clerk, 43 St. Elizabeth. 

Ducharme, Antoine, laborer, 6 Amherst. 

Ducharme, O., joiner, Durham near St. Catherine. 

Ducharme, Baptiste, shoemaker, Dorchester near St. 
Constant. 

Ducharme, Basil, caulker, 25 Voltigeurs. 

Ducharme, Joseph M., cabinetmaker, Mignonne near 
Sanguinet. 

Ducharme, Joseph, joiner, Sanguinet. 

Ducheneaux, Joseph, joiner. Cemetery off St. Antoine. 

Ducheneaux, Hergilde, baker, Cemetery off St. Antoine. 

Duchene, Pierre, shoemaker. Visitation near St. Cathe- 
rine, 

Duchene, Pierre, carver, Visitation near St. Catherine. 

Duchene, Joseph, sawyer, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Due LOS, Francis, Eagle hotel, temperance house. Col- 
lege near McGill. 

Duclos, Jos., stonecutter, Sl Elizabeth near Dorchester. 

Duclos, Michael, joiner, Vall6e corner St. Phillip. 

Duclos, Pierre, grocer, corner Montcalm and St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Duclos, N., roofer, Brock near St. Catherine. 

Duclos, Jean, joiner, court off Visitation. 

Duclos, P., laborer, Devienne. 

Duclos, Michael, joiner, lane off Panet. 

Duclos, J. B,, stonecutter, head of Sanguinet. 

Dude voir, Thomas, confectioner, St. Phillip near Dor- 
chester. 



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Dudlovv, Thomas, painter, 3 St. Germain. 

Dudoire, Li6onard, shoemaker, 118 Sanguinet. 

Dufaux, M., house 11 St. Francis 

Dufaux, Francis, voyageur, 126 St. Joseph. 

Dufaux, A., trader, Panet near Dorchester. 

Duff, Miss Margaret, dressmaker, 18 St. Joseph. 

DufT, Jno., laborer, 2 Colborne. 

Duffy, Mrs., dry goods, 23 St. Faul. 

Dulfy, Frs., laborer, St. Catherine near Bleury. 

Dulfy, Edward, smitli, George near WeUington. 

Duffy, George, cooper, College near Dupre lane. 

Dufort, E. B., house 106 St. Elizabeth. 

Dufort, Denis, stonecutter, St. Felix off Bonaventure. 

Dufort, Joseph, joiner, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 

Dufort, Alexis, house 3 Rousseau. 

Dufort, Antoine, carter. Current St. Mary. 

Dufort, Joseph, cabinetmaker, St. Catherine* 

Dufort, Jean, carpenter, Panet near Dorchester. 

Dufour, Amable, tanner, ll4t St. Dominique. 

Dufresne, J., notary, Lagaucheti^re near Montcalm. 

Dufresne, M., voyageur, St. Catlierine. 

Dufresne, M^dard, tailor, St. Catherine near St. Domi- 
nique. 

Dufresne, A., sawyer. Current St. Mary. 

Dufresne, Pierre, grocer, Current St. Mary. 

Dufresne, F., mason, 1 1 Brock. 

Dufresne, Olivier, smith, 38 Amherst. 

Dufresne, Phillip, house 58 Amherst. 

Dufresne, Francis, limeburner. Current St. Mary. 

Dufresne, Luke, cooper, 44^ St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Dufresne, Laurent, house St. Catherine near St. Con- 
stant. 

Dufresne, Toussaint, carter, St. Catherine near Am- 
• herst. 

Dufresne, Louis, joiner, St. F^lix near St. Joseph. 

Dugal, P. B., shoemaker, Bonsecours near Notre Dame, 

Dugal, Dr. A., Lagauchetidre near Amherst. 

Dugard, C, carpenter, St. Mar}' near Gain. 

Dugas, Miss, milliner, 57 Bonaventure. 

Duggan, Mrs., laundress, 18 Campeau. 

Duggan, Patrick, carter, 99 St. Antoine. 

Duhamel, Antoine, trader, 41 Visitation, 



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Duhamely Jos., trader, Visitation near Dorchester. 

Duhamel, J. B., grocer, Salaberry near St. Mary. 

Dumaine, Adolphe, carter, 1 Campeau. 

Dumaine, Miss, milliner, 20 St. Mary. 

Dumas, G. N., grocer, corner St. Mary and Tolentin, 

house 6 Sanguinet. 
Dumas, Norbert, M. P. P., office 21 Notre Dame. 
Dumas & Dorion, advocates, 21 Notre Dame. 

Dumas, Magloire, butcher, Victoria road. 

Dumas, J6rome, carter, 79 Bonaventure. 

Dumas, Mrs., trader, court off St. Denis. 

Dumas, Louis, roofer, head of Fullum. 

Dumas & Neveux, grocers, corner of St. Paul and St. 
Claude. 

Dumbsday, Miss, milliner, &c., 62 St. Joseph. 

Duminie, Charles, gunsmith, 36 St. Ignace. 

Duminie, Chas., blacksmith, 116 St. Mary. 

Dumont, J. B., stonecutter, 16 Salaberry. 

Dumont, Joseph, grocer, 118 St. Mary. 

Dumouchelle, Alfred, grocer, corner Visitation and Mi- 
gnonne. 

Dumouchelle, Joseph, tavern, 47 St. Paul. 

Dunbar, James, engineer, corner George and Welling- 
ton. 

Dunbar, William, baker, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Duncan, Mrs., house Dorchester near Colborne avenue. 

Duncan, James, artist, 64- St. Lewis. 

Duncan, Robt., house 5 Campeau. 

Duncan, Jas., smith, Nazareth. 

Duncan, Thomas, schoolteacher, Queen. 

Duncan, Thomas, grocer, 70 St. Mary. 

Dunion, John, laborer, Catherine near Gabriel. 

Dunkin, C, advocate, house 33 Little St. James. 

Dunlop, Charles J., advocate, Place d'Armes hill. 

Dunlop, — , house corner of Beaudry and Lagau- 

chetidre. 

Dunlop, Miss, house corner of Brock and Lagauchetidre. 

Dunn, Patrick, nailer, Dalhousie near Wellington. 

Dunn, Mrs., house St. Catherine near Alexander. 

Dunn, Joseph, nailer, George near Wellington. 

Dunn, Stephen, carter, 39 St. Joseph. 

Dunn, William, police, 84 St. Charles Barrom6e. 



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Dunn, Jas., laborer, St. Catherine near Alexander. 

Dunn, Peter, house 35 St. Antoine. 

Dunn, George, engineer. Prince near Wellington. 

Dunn, John, house 125 Craig. 

Dunphy, Jas,, laborer. Port near Connmon. 

Duparez, Mrs., seamstress, Craig near St. Lawrence. 

Duparez, Miss, house 7 Little St. James. 

Duplessis, Mrs., house Dorchester near German. 

Dupont, D., clerk, 94 St. Paul. 

Dupont, D., bailiff, Panet near Dorchester. 

Dupras, C, trader, Current St. Mary. 

Dupras, Chs., laborer, Montcalm near St. Catherine. 

Dupras, Ant., joiner, head of Montcalm. 

Dupras, E., joiner, head of Montcalm. 

Duprat, Amable, joiner, 51 St. Elizabeth. 

Dupr6, Ant., clerk, 56 St. Denis. 

Dupuis, P., lumber merchant, house off Dorchester. 

Dupuis, Augustin, gunsmith, 13 St. Antoine. 

Dupuis, Louis, baker, 126 St. Mary. 

Dupuis, Louis, laborer, 19 St. Ignace. 

Dupuis, Francois, woodyard, 40 Amherst. 

Dupuis, J., baker, 41 St. Constant. 

Dupuis, Aug., blacksmith. Visitation near Lagauchetidre. 

Dupuis, Isaac, baker, 140 St. Joseph. 

Dupuis, Joseph, master sweep, corner Vitr6 and St. 

Dominique. 
Dupuis, Joseph, laborer, Barclay near Water. 
Dupuis, Joseph, carter, St. Catherine near St. Philip. 
Dupuis, J. B., house corner Mignonne and Visitation. 
Duquet, Francois, leather, &c., Jacques Cartier square, 

house 126 St. Lawrence. 
Duquet, Mrs., boarding house, Bonaventure. 
Durand, J., trader, 51 Panet. 
Durand, Mrs. J6rome, house 53 Panet. 
Durand, O., baker, Panet near St. Catherine, 
Durant, Joseph, house 24 Amherst. 
Durantel, Vincent, smith, 141 St. Joseph. 
Durham, Duncan, tobacconist, 121 St. Paul, house 

Montcalm. 
Durick, John, foundryman. Prince near Wellington. 
Durnford, P., revenue inspector, 74 Notre Dame, house 

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Durocher, Thomas, tinsmith, 22 St. Lawrence. 

Durocher, H. P., house Durocher. 

Durocher, L6on, house head of Wolfe. 

Durocher, , carter, court off Chaboillez. 

Durocher, Joseph, boilermaker, 123 St. Charles Bar- 
romie. 

Dussault, Michael, cookshop, 33 Commissoners. 

Dussault, Pierre, carriagemaker, 52 St. Joseph. 

Dussault, Frs., stonecutter, 76 St. Urbain. 

Dutton, J. T., academy, 1!2 Craig near Bleury. 

Duval, Miss, boarding house, Lagaucheti^re near Cam- 
peau. 

Duval, Miss Mary, dressmaker Lagauchetidre near 
Campeau. 

Duval, Frs., carter, Amherst near Lagauchetidre. 

Duval, Mrs. E., laundress, Alexander near Jur6. 

Duval, Eneas, laborer, 19 Salaberry. 

Duvernay, Ludger, printer and publisher,15 St. Vincent. 

Duvert, Agustine, joiner, 22 Sanguinet. 

Dwyer, Mrs., house Colborne near William, 

Dwyer, Mrs., house Gabriel near Ann. 

Dwyer, Peter, laborer, Port near Foundling. 

Dwyer & Tolland, coach factory, Craig near St. Francois 
Xavier. 

Dwyer, Robert, laborer, 21 Champ de Mars. 

Dyer, James, engineer, Prince near Wellington. 

Dyde, John, inspector of ashes, College St., house 8 St. 
Anloine place. 

Dyneley, Col., R. A., 2 Cornwall terrace. 

EAGER, W. L., provision inspector, corner Welling- 
ton and Queen, house 18 St. Maurice. 

Eagle Hotel, (F. DucIos,) College near St. Henry. 

Eardly, Maurice, clerk of haymarket, house Market 
square. 

Eaman, Geo., house 8 Cemetery. 

Easton, William, notary public, 27^ Little St. James. 

Eber, , carpenter, 79 Bonaventure. 

EckartjP., shoemaker, 25 St. Dominique, 

Ecuyer, Auguste, shoemaker, Dorchester near St. Con- 
stant. 

Edgar, Mark, boots, shoes and leather, 17 McGill, 
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Eddleston, G. R., confectioner, 40 Great St. James. 
Edmonstone, Allan &. Co., general merchants, corner 

St. Francois Xavier and Fortification lane, 
Edmonstone, W., house Devonshire place, Sherbrooke* 
Edmonds, Mrs., boardinghouse, 4 Craig. 
Education Department, C. E., (Dr. Meilleur, Huper- 

intendent,) old Government house. 
Edwards, Wm., teacher, 110 St. Joseph. 
Egan, Richard, carter, 126 St. Dominique. 
Egan, Wm., laborer. Gain near St. Mary. 
Egan, John, laborer, Gabriel near Prince. 
Egan, Edward, house 22 Chaboillez. 
Eglauch, Leonard, rausicteacher, 6 Lagaucheti^re. 
Elder, Adam, joiner, 52 Bleury. 
Elder, Mrs., dressmaker, St. Iiawrence hill. 
EUegood, ftev. Jacob, house 5 Portland place, St . 

Antoine. 
Elliot, Andrew, carpenter and builder, corner St. 

Catherine and Bleury. 
Elliot, S., boots and shoes, 160 Notre Dame. 
Elliott, W. H., M.D., dentist, 25 Great St. James. 
Elliott, Robert, painter, Wellington near Nazareth. 
Elliott, John, grocer, house 6 Craig. 
Elliott, John, house 160 Notre Dame. 
Elliott, George, basketmaker, Jur6. 
Ellis, William, clerk, St. Claude. 
Ellis, Charles,laborer, King near Wellington. 
El well, Herbert, house 1 Albert place. 
Emerson, Andrew, trader, 37 Amherst. 
Emon, J., painter, 63 Visitation. 
Emon, John, porkbutcher, Charbonneau near Panel. 
Emond, John, butcher, corner St. Catherine and Panet. 
Emond, J. M., confectioner, St. Catherine near Wolfe. 
Emond, P., shoemaker, 65 Visitation, 
Emond, J. B., stonecutter. Brock near Dorchestor. 
Emond, Wm., painter, corner Amherst and Dorchester. 
Emond, Frs., stonecutter, Vallee. 
Emond, Joseph, carter, ValI6e. 
Emond, Joseph, jun., carter, VaU6c. 
Emsden, Chas., bootmaker, 21 Campeau, 
Gmpey, Alex., house Muir's buildings, St. Monique, 

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Ennis, H., house 18 Lagaucheti^re. 

EnniS) John H., barber, 23 McGill, house 53 St. Aiv- 

toine. 
EnniS) Wm., tavern, corner Foundling and Port. 
Enos, A., houee Grerman near Lagaucheti^re. 
Erard, J. B.» clerk, 23 St. Lawrence. 
Ermatinger, Wm., police magistrate, house 3 Beaver hall 

terrace. 
EsDAiLE, J. & R., general brokers, 3 St Sacrament. 
Esdaile, J., house Piedmont off Durocher. 
Esdaile, R., house Piedmont off Durocher. 
EspuN, Chas., oatmeal mills, and steam saw and plane- 

ing mills, George near Wellington. 
Etherington, George, watchmaker, 62 St. Mary. 
Eti^, G., shoemaker, head of Sanguinet. 
Eti6, Louis, laborer, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 
Eti6, Frs., laborer, head of Sanguinet. 
£ti^, H. J., shoemaker, head of Sanguinet. 
Etier, Charles, stonecutter, 130 St. Charles Barromee. 
Etier, N., butcher, head of Visitation. 
Etier, P., bouse Wolfe near St Catherine. 
Etier, Pierre, stonecuUer, Mignonne. 
Etier, L., currier, 45 St. George. 
Etier, Frs., porkbutcher, ^^b St. Lawrence. 
Euard, John, saddler, 37 M^Gili, house Catherine near 

Wellington. 
Evans, S., boot and shoestore, 36 M'Gill. 
Evans, Major General, bouse Beaver hall terrace. 
Evans, J. H., wholesale and retail hardware, 197 St. 

Paul. 
Evans, Thomas, hou^e Devonshire place, Sherbrooke. 
Evans, W. C, house Devonshire place, Sherbrooke. 
Evans, T. A., house' Devonshire place, Sherbrooke. 
Evans, S. K., house 28 Little St. James. 
Evans, Miss M., dressmaker, Dorchester near Germanr 
Evans, Edward, tailor and clothier,. 14 M'Gill. 
Evans, Bobt., woodyard, Nazareth near Wellington. 
Evans, Mrs., dry goods, St Antoine bridge. 
Evens, Samuel, shoemaker, lane oS St. Monique. 
Everett, Thomas, shoemaker, 60 Sanguinet. 
Everett, Robert, brickraaker, Ann near Wellington. 
Eversage, Thomas, cabinetmaker, St. Geriaaia. 



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Ewan, William, house Fortification lane. 

FABRE, E. R., & Co., French books and stationery, 3 
St. Vincent, house 2 St. Lawrence. 

Fabrique Office op the French Church, E. A. 
Dubois, secretary, St. Joseph near St. Paul. 

Fagan, Peter, waterman, Busby lane off Craig. 

Fagan, Mrs., trader, 113 St. Paul, 

Fairbairn, John, general broker, 3 St. Nicholas, house 
St. Urbain. 

Fanning, Patrick, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 

Falconer, W. E., manager of gas workts, Gabriel near 
Ann. 

Fallardeau, F., shoemaker. Visitation near St Cathe- 
rine. 

Fallardeau, M., shoemaker, head of Sanguinet. 

Fallardeau, E., voyage ur, 26 Mountain. 

Fallardeau, Charles, shoemaker, head of Sanguinet. 

Fallon, John, joiner, St. Edward lane. 

Fallon, Martin, milkman, Aylmer. 

Falstreau, F., musictcacher, Dorchester near St. Si- 
meon. 

Farie, Henry, laborer, 50 St. Maurice. 

Farmer, Patrick, laborer, 213 St. Joseph. 

Fanner, Patrick, laborw, Murray near William. 

Farmer, Michael, trader, Murray near Gabriel. 

Farmer, Patrick, trader, Murray near Gabriel. 

Farnet, J., mason. Brock near Dorchester. 

Farquliar, Mrs., scdawater factory, 30 Little St. James. 

Farr, John E., chairmaker, Jur6 near Alexander. 

Farr, William, pianoforteinaker, corner Dorchester and 
Sanguinet. 

Farrell, M., mitkm&n, head of German. 

Farrell, Patrick, carter. 32 Campeaa. 

Farrell, James, house 55 Amherst. 

Farrell, Michael, oftieekeeper, 5 St. Gabriel, 

Farrell, D., grocer, Nazareth near Gabriel, 

Farrell, T., clerk, 42 Amherst. 

Farrell, William, carter, William near Murray. 

Farrow, John, superintendent of Lachine railroad, house 
Richmond square. 

Farren, ja«., laborer, 16 Queen square. 

Farren, Mrs., house 10 Mountain;. 



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Faucher, Olivier, coalyard and hardware, St. Antoine 
bridge. 

Faucher, N., wheelwright, St. Antoine bridge. 

Faucher, Joseph, smith, 87 St. Joseph. 

Faulkner, Edward, joiner, off St. Catherine near St. 
Denis. 

Fauteux, L. J., house 30 St. Lewis. 

Fauteux, J. H., police, 91 St. Urbain. 

Favreau, 0., dry goods, 94« St. Paul, house 43 St. Lewis. 

Favreau, Antoine, general dry goods, 33 St.Lawrence. 

Favreau, Toussaint, carter, 123 St. Dominique. 

Favreau, R., butcher, head of Brock. 

Favreau, E., clerk, Dubord near St. Denis. 

Favreau, Augustin, sailor, St. Catherine near St. Con- 
stant. 

Favreau, Eusdbe, cooper, 66 St. Joseph. 

Favreau, Frs., laborer, 26 ValI6e. 

Favreau, Charles, laborer, corner St. Catherine and 
Christopher. 

Favreau, Antoine, carter, head of Visitation. 

Fax, George, tailor, 23 M'Gill. 

Fax, J. B., carter, 52 St. Maurice, in rear. 

Fayrer, Edward^Ord. Dept., Cadieux, C6te a Baron. 

Feabury, Benjamin, shoemaker, 3 St. Joseph. 

Featherston, John, boots and shoes, 31 Chenneville. 

Featherston, E., carpenter, Chaboillez near Bonaven 
ture. 

Fee, Mrs., house City Councillors. 

Feeny, George, laborer, Kempt near William. 

Feeny, Andrew, house 48 Chenneville. 

Feeny, Mathew, laborer, Gabriel near Murray. 

Fegan, Edward, shoestore, 232 St. Paul. 

Felton, J., carpenter, corner Dorchester and St. Sim6o». 

Felton, E., laborer. College "near Inspector. 

Fennell, Patrick, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 

Fenwick, Dr. G, E., Craig corner Cot6. 

Fenner, John, laborer, St. Edward. 

Fenvault, L., smith. Gain near St. Mary. 

Fenton, William, laborer, M'Cord near William. 

Ferguson, A. & D., flour storage and cooperage, 
George near Common. 

Ferguson, Mrs. Alex., house 4 Beaver hall terrace. 



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Ferguson, A., house Belmont, Beaver hall. 

Ferguson, William, laborer, court off St. Monique. 

Ferguson, Donald, gardener, head of St. Margaret. 

Ferguson, G. D., grocer, 99 Commissioners. 

Ferguson, William, saddler, Hermine near Jur4. 

Fernandez, John, cabinetmaker, College near Inspector. 

Ferland, Clement, shoemaker, 35 St. Lewis. 

Fernett, James, sawyer, 58 Amherst. 

Ferns, Mrs. A., house 48 St. Joseph. 

Ferns, James, oil maker, Queen square. 

Ferns, A., carpenter, Dorchester. 

Feron, John, grocer, corner Jur6 and Alexander. 

Feron, James, laborer, 142 St. Mary. 

Ferrand, Baptiste, laborer, 50 Visitation. 

Ferres, James M., & Co., Montreal Gazette, 20 Great 

St. James. 
Ferrie, Hon. Adam, house Beaver hall square. 
Ferrier, Hon. James, house 14 Alexander. 
Ferrier & Co., general hardware, corner St. Paul and 

St. Fran9oi8 Xavier. 
Ferrier, George D., house 10 Alexander. 
Ferrier, James, jun., house 14 Alexander. 
Fert6, P., tanner, 86 St. Lawrence. 
Filiatreault, O., cooper. Brock near St. Catherine. 
Filiatreault, L6on, carter, head of Brock. 
Filiau, L., joiner, 11 St. Antoine. 
Filion, F. H., clerk, 75 St. Lawrence. 
Filion, Joseph, carpenter, St. Antoine bridge. 
Fingland, Mrs. Thomas, house 12 Campeau. 
Finlay, Frederick, barrack sergeant, St. Catherine near 

St. Denis. 
Finlay, J., blacksmith, Adolphus. 
Finlay, J., cabinetmaker, Lagauchetidre. 
Finlay, James, engineer. Busby lane off Craig, 
Finlay, Daniel, shoemaker, 46 Chenneville. 
Finn, Tim., huckster, St. Henry near St. Maurice. 
Finney, Thomas, printer, Dorchester near St. Urbain. 
Finnegan, James, dr^ goods, 73 St. Paul. 
Finnegan, John, laborer, Wellington near Ann. 
Finnegan, Mrs., dressmaker, 28 St. Paul. 
Finnegan, Mrs., Kempt near William. 
Finnegan, Patrick, laborer, head of St. Constant. 

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Finnan, Mrs., school, Hermine near Craig. 
Finn, Daniel, shoemaker, Dalhousie. 
Finn, James, laborer, Jurfc near Alexander. 
Fischer, J. C., butcher and grocer, 92 St. Mary. 
Fish, Ralph, steward, 67 St. Antoine. 
Fisher, Arthur, M. D., 61 Great St. James. 
Fisher, Daniel, exchange and money broker, 22 St. 

Fran9ois Xavier, house 96 St. Antoine. 
Fisher, Mrs. D., house 76 Sherbrooke. 
Fisher, John, laborer, Roy lane near St .Toseph. 
Fisher, Alexander, engineer, Ann near Wellington. 
Fisher, John, &, Co., auctioneers, 23 St. Francois Xavier, 

house 42 St. Antoine. 
Fissiault, Toussaint trader, St. Amable lane. 
Fissiault, Antoine, joiner, 22 Valine. 
Fissiault, Joseph, joiner, 16 Vall6e. 
Fissiault, Antoine, carter, Mignonne near Brock. 
Fissiault, H., builder, 129 Craig. 
FiTTS, Clarke, biscuit and cracker baker, 21 St. Joseph. 
Fitts, Arba, baker, College. 
Fitzgerald, John, laborer, 99 St. Lawrence. 
Fitzgerald, John, laborer, William near Colborne. 
Fitzgerald, Thomas, laborer, Barclay near Water. 
Fitzgerald, M., pedlar, Montcalm near Dorchester. 
Fitzgerald, John, carter, 26 Tolentin. 
Fitzgerald, Mr3., house 7 Recollect. 
Fitzgibbon, John, house 8 George. 
FiTZPAfRicK & Moore, groceries and wines, &c., 

2 M'Gill. 
Fitzpatrick, John, house Lagaucheti^re near Bleury. 
Fitzpatrick, B., carter, lane off St. Margaret. 
Fitzpatrick, Cyprien, house College near Dupr6. 
Fitzpatrick, Michael, laborer, Catherine near Gabriel. 
Fitzpatrick, Mrs., laundress, court off Gabriel. 
Fitzpatrick, Mrs., house College near Dupr6 lane. 
Fitzpatrick, John, laborer, Dalhousie near Gabriel. 
Fitzpatrick, Patrick, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 
Fitzsimmons, W., carter, 59 St. George. 
Fitzsimmons, B., laborer, corner Colborne and GabrieL 
Flaherty, Michael, laborer, 81 Sanguinet. 
Flanigan, Patrick, trader, George near Gabriel. 
Flanigan, Wm., laborer, McCord near Wellington. 



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Flanigan, Mrs., house court ofTTolentin. 
Flainm, F61ix, trader, head of German. 
Flannery, Patrick, laborer, Wellington near Prince. 
Flannery, Michael, flhoemaker, George near Queen. 
Flannery, J., shocstore, corner Wellington and Prince. 
Fleck, A., blacksmith and agricultural implement maker, 

15 St. Peter, house 8 St. Peter. 
Fleet &. Dorman, advocates, 49 Little St. James. 
Fleet, W. PI., house Belmont, Beaverhall. 
Fleet, Samuel, carpenter. Prince near Gabriel. 
Fleming, J., merchant tailor, 103 Notre Dame. 
Fleming, J., bootcrimper, 42 Amherst. 
Fleming, Mrs. Thos., boardinghouse, 10 St. George. 
Fleming, John, plumber, Dorchester near Colborne 

avenue. 
Flerant, Frs., carter, 39 Wolfe. 
Fletcher, J., clerk, 11 St. Joseph. 
Fletcher, George, laborer, Lagaucheti^re near Bleury. 
Fletcher, Henry, customs oflicer, Lagaucheti^re near St. 

George. 
Fletcher, Joseph, laborer, 83 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Flood, Thos., laborer, Wolfe near Dorchester. . 
Flinn, Frs., tailor, Gabriel near McCord. 
Flynn, Michael, laborer, Colborne near William. 
Flynu, John, laborer. Kempt near William. 
Flynn, Eugdne, police, 18 Chenneville. 
Flynn, Mrs. James, trader, Montcalm near Dorchester. 
Flynn, Jas., second-hand bookseller, 13 Alexander near 

St. Patrick's Church. 
Flynn, Mrs., house south side canal. 
Flynn, Miss, dressmaker, St. Germain. 
Flynn, Denis, laborer, 23 Perrault's court off Craig. 
•Flynn, Edward, laborer. Prince near Wellington. 
Flynn, John, shoemaker, Port. 
Fogarty, Mrs., seamstress. Busby lane off Craig. 
Fogarty, Patrick, shoemaker, 6 Elgin place, Sanguinet 
Fogarty, J., currier, 29 Inspector. 
Fogarty, John, mason, McCord near Gabriel. 
Fogarty, Patrick, laborer, Prince near William. 
Fogarty, John, tailor, Amherst near Lag.ucheti^re. 
Fogarty, P., at R. McNaught's, 9 St. Nicholas. 
Fogarty, Mrs., dry goods, 1 St. Victoire. 



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Foke8« J., shoemaker, 50 St. Ignace. 
Foley, Michael, laborer, Inspector. 
Foley, Owen C, grocer, corner Vitr6 and St. George. 
Foley, Mi6hael, grocer. Kempt near "William. 
Foley, Thomas, wharfinger, 3 Montcalm. 
Foley, Mrs., St. Joseph near the toll bar. 
Foley, John, laborer, corner Lagaucheti^re and Bleury. 
Foley, Thomas, plasters, Lagauchetidre near Alex- 
ander. 
Foley, Mrs. Timothy, laundress, little Dublin off St. 

George. 
Fontaine, Xavier, laborer, Montcalm near Dorchester. 
Fontaine, G., carter. Brock near Dorchester. 
Fontaine, Frs., house lane off Mountain. 
Foote, Mrs., house 15 Alexander. 
Footner, Wm., architect, 87 Fortification lane, and 74 

Notre Dame. 
Footner, Mrs., and Daughters, Berlin woo! and 

artists' depository, 159 Notre Dame. 
Forbes £&.Co., commission merchants and shipping 

agents, 3 St. Sacrament. 
Forbes, Gordon, gardener, Fullum. 
Forbes, H. E., notary, St. Lawrence hill. 
Forbes, John, carpenter, Versailles near St. Joseph. 
Ford, Daniel, carpenter, William near Murray. 
Ford, John, cooper, Erie off Colbome avenue. 
Ford, John, laborer, Erie off Colbome avenue. 
Foret, S., grain store, "Water, house St. F61ix. 
Forgett, Louis, carter, Mignonne near St. Denis. 
Forgett, Pierre, carter, 38 Campeau. 
Forgett, Ant., laborer, St. Phillip. 
Forgett, Ji B., laborer, head of Fanet. 
Forgett, A., laborer, lane off Sanguinet. « 

Forgue, Joseph, cooper, head of German. 
Forrest, J. B., grooery and tavern, Chaboillez square, 

corner Inspector. 
Forrest, J. B., Government clerk, mile end. 
FoRSTER, S., & Co., wholesale dry goods and silks, 187 

St. Paul. 
Forsyth, Thomas, house Dorchester near St. Constant. 
Forsyth, Mrs., house 34 St. Lewis. 
Forrestal, Mrs. R., little Dublin off St. George. 



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Forrester, Robert, clerk, 3 Latour. 

Forte, Charles, joiner, Bonaventure near Mountain. 

Fortier, F^lix, cabinetmaker, 23 St. Mary. 

Fortier, Eustache, joiner, Seigneur. 

Fortier, Andre, laborer, Durham. 

Fortier, Mrs. Charles, laundress, St. Dominique. 

Fortier, Thomas, printer, St. Dominique. 

Fortin, Nicholas, shoemaker, Montcalm near Lagauche- 
tidre. 

Fortin, Baptiste, carter, Mignonne. 

Foster, J., wholesale wines and groceries, 188 St. 
Paul, house 27 Alexander. 

Foster, Charles, laborer, C6te k Baron. 

Foster, J., furniture broker, 1^ Recollect. 

Foster, James, storeman. Fortification lane. 

Foster, James, house 4 St. Edward. 

Foster, Wm., house Lagaucheti^re near Bleury. 

Foster, M. L., carpenter, M*Cord near Gabriel. 

Fournelle, P., laborer, head of German. 

Fournier, Joseph, stonecutter, 12 Vall6e. 

Fournier, F., stonecutter, 8 Valine. 

Fournier, Edward, house 42 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Fournier, Mrs., house Valine. 

Fournier, Paul, joiner, St. F6lix near St. Joseph. 

Fournier, Nicholas, stonecutter, St. Phillip. 

Fournier, Edward, cooper, court off St. Denis. 

Fournier, A., roofer, corner Mignonne and St. Domi- 
nique. 

Fowler, Joseph, baker, 86 St. Mary. 

Fowler, R. J., professor of music, 3 St. Dominique. 

Fox, Charles James, oil and glue factory, head of Visi- 
tation. 

Fox, Thomas S., architect, corner Perthius and St. Hu- 
bert. 

Fox,. Patrick, laborer, St. Catherine near Alexander. 

Fox, John, servant, St. Phillip. 

Fox, Joseph, R. E., comer St. Andr6 and St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Foy, Mrs., laundress, 35 St. Maurice. 

Franchdre, James, shoemaker, German near St. Ca- 
therine. 
Franchere, J. B., watchmaker, ll* St. Paul. 



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Franch^re, L. H., tailor, 5 St. Charles Barroin6e. 

Franchdre, James, laborer, head of- Sanguinet. 

Franchdre, L. O., tailor, 16 Little St. James. 

Francis, Benjamin, hardware, 214 St. Paul. 

Francis, Thomas, cooper, Ga:briel near George. 

Francis, John, laborer, 96 St. Constant. 

Francis, R., gardener, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 

Francis, Charles, sawyer, Dufresne. 

Francis, Wm., house head of Alexander. 

Francisco, Frs., restaurant, Bonsecours near Notre 
Dame. 

Francceur & Giroux, 13 St. Lawrence 

Franklin, Edward, bricklayer, 9 German. 

Franklin, L., lockkeeper, Murray near William. 

Frapier, Mrs., house 91 St. Urbain. 

Frapier, Antoine, carter, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Fraser, Samuel, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 14 
St. Joseph. 

Fraser, Hugh, commission merchant, 11 St. Sacrament, 
house 1 Sydenhami place. 

Fraser, John, glass and china mender, 50 Bleury. 

Fraser, Wm., M. D., 8 Little St. James. 

Fraser, F., shoemaker, St. Claude. 

Fraser, Donald, joiner. Inspector near Bonaventure. 

Fraser, John, wholesale dry goods, Nun's buildings, St. 
Joseph. 

Fraser, John, laborer, St. Catherine near Bleury. 

Frechette, Olivier, carpenter and builder, Bonaven- 
ture near Inspector, house entrance of St. Antoine. 

Frechette, FirMin, Boston hotel, removed in conse- 
quence of fire, (see addenda.) 

Free Church of Scotland, head of Cote. 

Freer, E. S., Postoffice inspector, 6 Cornwall terrace. 

Fren6, Francis, gardener, 110 St. Antoine. 

Fr^res de la Doctrine Chr^tienne, corner Cot6 and 
Chenneville. 

Friend, W., laborer, St. Bernard. 

Fruitier, Louis, brushmaker, Bronsdon's lane off Dor- 
chester. 

Froste, C, baker. College near Dupr^. 

Froste, R., house Richmond square. 

Froste, N. S., house Durocher. 



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Frothingham (J. & G. H.) & Workman (W & T.), 

wholesale and retail hardware, 165 St. Paul. 
Frothingham, J., house Piedmont, foot of the Mountain. 
Frothingham, Geo. H., house Piedmont. 
Fugeres, Joseph, carter, Brock near Dorchester. 
FuLFORD, Right Rev. Francis, Church of England, 

Bishop of Montreal, house 16 Bellevue terrace. 
Fulford, Robert, shoemaker, Wolfe near Lagauchetidre. 
Fuller, Mrs., teacher of music, 95 St Antoine. 
Fullum, Mrs. Xavier, lane off Panet. 
Fullum, W., house, 47 Montcalm. 
Fullum, G., house Visitation near St. Catherine. 
Furey, Michael, storeman, Wellington near Dalhousie. 
Furniss, Albert, house C6te des Neiges road. 
Fyfe, Thomas, shoemaker, 18 St. George, in rear. 
GABLER, J. F., tavern, 25 Campeau. 

Gadouri, , storeman, Montcalm near St. Catherine. 

Gagne, Joseph, laborer, head of Brock. 
Gagn6, Mrs., dressmaker, 10 St. Genevidve. 
Gagnon, P., sawyer, court off St. Constant. 
Gagnon, Henri, laborer, court off St. Constant. 
Gagnon, Louis, stonecutter, off 132 St. Charles Bar- 

rom^e. 
Gagnon, N., joiner, head of Montcalm. 
Gagnon, Pierre, laborer, 22 St. Maurice, 
(ragnon, Noel, carpenter, 81 Sanguinet. 
Gagnon, Joseph, carter, 14*6 St. Lawrence. 
Gagnon, Ant., cooper. Gain near Lagaucheti^re. 
Gragnon, Pierre, porkbutcher, corner Mignonne and St. 

Constant. 
Gagnon, Narcisse, shoemaker, Viatation near Rose. 
Gagnon, J. A., house 12 Sanguinet. 
Gagnon, J. B., carpenter, 41 St Elizabeth. 
Gagnon, Louis, joiner, Panet near St. Catherine. 
Gagnon, M., laborer, head of Sanguinet. 
Gagnon, Pierre, laborer, Brock near St. Catherine. 
Gagnon, Etienne, house head of Brock. 
Galarniiau, (P. M.,) & Roy, (C. D.,) wholesale dry 

goods, 145 St. Paul. 
Galarneau, Joseph, waterman, Durham. 
Galameau, Louis, carpenter, west Dorchester. 
Galarneau, Jas., carter, 14 Adolphus. 



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Galarneau, Mrs., laundress, 78 St. Urbain. 

Galarneau, P. M., house 4 Cot6. 

Galbraith, John, merchant tailor, 183 Notre Dame. 

Galbraith, John, shoemaker, 44 St. Dominique. 

Galaise, C, butcher, 203 Wolfe. 

Gale, Hon. Judge, house Durocher. 

Gall, Mrs. Charles, house Vitr6 near Cot6. 

Gall, Mrs* Johh, grocer, 30 St* Urbain. 

Gall, William, storeman, Prince near WeUington. 

Gallagher, C., merchant tailor, 233 St. Paul. 

Gallagher, James, shoemaker, Anderson near Jure. 

Gallagher, Henry, laborer, Panet near Water. 

Gallagher, P., dry goods, 21 St. Paul. 

Gallagher, P., trader, Gabriel near Colborne. 

Gallagher, John; laborer, Colborne. 

Gallagher, Andrew, carter, 39 Wolfe. 

Gallagher, Mrs;, trader, Colborne near Gabriel. 

Gallagher, Hugh, laborer, George near Gabriel, 

Gallagher, Wm., shoemaker, Nazareth. 

Gallagher, Duncan, shoemaker, 34 Amherst. 

Galligan, Patrick, laborer, 192 St. Joseph. 

Galligan, James, shoemaker, 233 St. Joseph. 

Galligan, James, laborer, Colborne avenue. 

Galibat Brothers, leather store, 123 St. Paul. 

Galipeau, P., shoemaker, Panet near St. Catherine. 

Galipeau, John, carter, Panet near St. Catherine. 

Galipeau, Alexis, carter, Dufresne. 

Gait, Mrs., house George near WeUington. 

Gait, Mrs. Andrew, house 70 Bonaventure. 

Gait, Mrs. W., house 129 Bleury. 

Galvin, Frs., laborer, court off Gabriel. 

Galway & Drennan, carpenters, corner Cot6 and Vitre* 

Galway, Captain, R. E., 44 St. Denis. 

Galway, Samuel, carpenter, Vitr6 near Cot6. 

Gamache, Ant., tailor, 89 St. Urbain. 

Gamble, Wm., laborer, 23 Campeau. 

Gamble, Joseph, laborer. Busby lane near Craig. 

Gamble, David, painter, Lagauchetiere near Bleury. 

Gannon, A., carpenter. King near William. 

Gannon, H., carpenter, St. Catherine near Bleury. 

Gannon & Haly, general dry goods, 65| St. Paul. 

Gannon, John, house St. Amable lane. 



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Gannon, Wm., shoemaker, St. Constant. 
Gannon, Edward, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 
Gar9eau, Olivier, carpenter, St. Catherine. 
Gar9eau, Jos., cooper, 22 St. Maurice. 
Gardiner, David, carpenter and builder, Colborna 

avenue. 
Gardiner, John, carpenter, 144" St. Mary. 
Gardiner, John, druggist, house Belmont, Beaver hall. 
Gardiner, Mrs., house George near Wellington. 
Gardiner, William, carpenter, Anderson near Lagauche- 

tiere. 
Gareau, Louis, shoemaker, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Gareau, Mrs., house 96 St. Joseph. 
Gareau, Edward, joiner, 120 St. Joseph. 
Gareau, Ant., cooper, Versailles near St. Joseph. 
Gareau, Andr6, house 7 Cemetery. 
Gareau, X., saddler, 11 Cemetery. 
Gareau, Joseph, house 100 St. Joseph. 
Gariepy, J. B., laborer. Brock near St. Catherine. 

Gariepy, Charles, carter, Dorchester near Montcalm. 

Gariepy, Mrs., laundress, Mignonne. 

Gariepy, Jean, house 8 Sanguinet. 

Garigan, Owen, bricklayer, Murray near Wellington. 

Garigan, P., laborer, 20 Chenneville. 

Garigan, Lawrence, bricklayer. Mountain near St. 
Joseph. 

Garneau, Joseph, tinroofer, 56 Panet. 

Garnier, L., watchmaker, 75 St. Urbain. 

Garnot, P., french teacher, 5 Dorchester. 

Garrett, J., bailiff, 13 Lagauchetidre. 

Garrick, David, bailiff, 40 Panet. 

Garrity, Mrs., laundress, 7 Rousseau. ' 

Garth, Charles, plumber, brazier, and bathi, 50 
Craig, house 46 Sanguinet. 

Garth, George, house 50 Craig. 

Garvan, James, grocer, 3 St. Antoine. 

Gary, D., laborer, 99 St. Dominique. 

Gaseau, Frs., cooper, 101 St. Joseph. 

Gaseau, Frs., jun., cooper, Chaboillez near College. 

Gktien, Frs., house lane off Visitation. 

Gaudaire, Isidore, baker, Bonaventure near Inspector. 

Gaudet, L., house 64 Craig. 





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Gaudry, Ls., mason, head of German. 

Gaudry, D., mason, St. Dominique near St. Cathenne. 

Gaudry, , cabinetmaker, St. Constant. 

Gaudry, Mrs. Jean, grocer, 69 St. Constant. 

Cault, M. H., agent for life and 6re assurance, Odd 
Fellows' hall, Great St. James, bouse 1 Tecumseth 
terrace. 

Gauthier, E., tailor, 35 Notre Dame. 

Gauthier, Louis J., carriagemaker, corner St. Lawrence 
and Dorchester, house 65 St. Lawrence. 

Gauthier, Louis, laborer, German near Mignonne. 

Gauthier, F. X., joiner, head of Montcalm. 

Gauthier, Charles, trader, St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Gauthier, Mrs., house 82 St. Hubert. 

Gauthier, Francois, carpenter, 48 Lagauchetidre. 

Gauthier, Antoine, joiner, 67 Amherst. 

Gauthier, F., waterman, Brock near St. Catherine. 

Gauthier, Mrs. A., house St. Catherine near Visitation. 

Gauthier, Noel, house Durham near St Catherine. 

Gauthier, Mrs., house lane off St F^lix. 

Gauthier, Charles, shoemaker, corner Sangninet and 
Dorchester. 

Gauthier, A., carpenter, 45 Sanguinet. 

Gauthier, L^on, shoemaker, Dorchester near Gennto. 

Gauthier, Mrs. J., house Dorchester near St. Domini« 
que. 

Gauthier, T., laborer, Panet near Lagaucheti^re. 

Grauthier, Frs., smith, 31 St. Ignace. 

Gauthier, Moses, tailor, Lagauchetiere near Montcalm. 

Gauthier, Frs., shoemaker, St. Catherine near Wolfe. 

Gauthier, Joseph, carter, comer Dorchester and Am- 
herst. 

Gauthier, Pierre, farmer, St. Dominique, 

Grauthier, J. B., shoemaker, 115 Sanguinet. 

Gauthier, Charles, porkbutcher, 118 Sanguinet. 

Gauthier, Henry, musician, Dorchester near St Con- 
stant. 

Gauthier, Narcisse, saddler, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Gauthier, Michel, laborer, Bar6 off St Joseph. 

Gauthier, P. B., house 123 St. Paul. 

Gauthier, Mrs. S., seamstress, 107 St. Lawrence. 

Gauthier, Louis, laborer, German near Mignonne. 



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Gautier, Pierre, paper hanger, corner St. Vincent and 

Notre Dame. 
Gauvreau^M., shoemaker, Lagauchetidre near Amherst. 
Gauvreau, J., sawyer, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 
Gauvreau, Joseph, shoemaker, St. Catherine near St. 

Denis. 
Gauvreau, Pi^re, ^oneeutter, St. Catherine near St. 

Denis. 
Gauvreau, A., mariner, St. Urbain near St. Catherine. 
Gauvreau, Pierre, shoemaker St. Dominique. 
Gauvreau, F. X., laborer, St. Dominique. 
Gauvreau, J. B., laborer, St. Dominique. 
Gauvreau, A., sawyer, head of Sanguinet. 
Gauvreau, J. B., carpenter, St. Catherine. 
Gauvreau, Antoine, pilot, Bronsdon's lane off Dorchester. 
Gauvreau, Olivier, laborer, Devienne. 
Gauvreau, J. B., butcher, 1 16 St. Charles Barromee. 
Gavin, M. & P., coach builders, Craig near Bleary, 

house 121 Craig. 
Gaw, Z. C, cabinetmaker, 16 St. Joseph. 
Gay, P., laborer, Montcalm near Dorchester. 
Geddes, Charles, general broker, 203 St. Paul in rear, 

house 86 Sherbrooke. 
Geddes, John, shoemaker, Vitr6 near St. Dominique. 
Geen, George, grocer, 132 St. Mary. 
Geen, Robert, carpenter, Lagaueheti^re. 
Gelineau, O., shoemaker, 93 St. Urbain. 
Gemmill, William, merchant tailor, 11 M'Gill. 
Genand, Joseph, laborer, 34 Montcalm. 
Genand, Mrs., boarding house, 1 Craig. 
GeAdreau, F., shoemaker, court o^ Lagaucheti^ -f^. 
G^ndreau, Mrs. A., house 57 Sanguinet. 
Gendron, P., printer, 24> St. Vincent, house 20 Sangui-. 

net. 
G6n6reux, J. B., house St. Catherine near St. Denis. 
G^n^reux, Mrs. B., seamstress, 50 Amherst. 
*6n6reux, Antoine, laborer, St. Catherine near Bleury. 
Genette, Francis, stonecutter, court off Wolfe. 
Gfinette, Onesixne, clerk, Salaberry near St. Mary. 
Genin, W., laborer. Prince near Gabriel. 
Geogeghan, — , laborer, Ann near Wdlington. 
Geogeghan, Miss, William near Colbome. 



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Gerard, E., cabinetmaker, Mignonne near St. Constant. 

Gerard, A., cabinetmaker, Mignonne near St. Constant. 

Gerard, Louis, laborer, Victoria road. 

Gerard, Louis, carter, Victoria road. 

Gerard, Louis, cutler, 2 Great St. James. 

Gerard, John, cutler, 97 St. Lawrence. 

George, Mrs. J., house 1 St. Sacrament. 

Geraldi, S., tavern, Jacques Cartier square. 

Germain, F., joiner, head of German. 

Germain, L., laborer, 29 Voltigeurs. 

Germain, Eustace, carpenter, Aylmer. 

Germain, J. B., dry goods, 100 St. Paul, house 122 St. 
Paul. 

Gerrard, Samuel, house 4" St. Gabriel. 

Gerrard, Richard, comer St. Gabriel and St. Tb6rdse. 

Gervais, A., voyageur, German near Mignonne. 

Gervais, J., laborer, 106 St. Lawrence. 

Gervais, Mrs. A., German near Mignonne. 

Gervais, Julie, seamstress, Lagaucheti^re. 

Gervais, Jean, laborer, 20 Lagaucheti^re. 

Gervais, Antoine, gardener, St. Denis. 

Gervais, Fierre, shoemaker, 107 St. Constant. 

Gervais, Pierre, trader, 40 Campeau. 

Gervais, N., sawyer, St. Catherine near St. Charles 
Barrom6e. 

Gethings, Mrs., Murray near Gabriel. 

Gettes, William, wholesale and retail hatter and fur- 
rier, 156^ St. Paul. 

Giard, Dr. L., house 4 Lagauchetidre. 

GiBB & Co., merchant tailors, 163 Notre Dame. 

GiBB, Dr. G. D., house 67 Craig. 

GiBB, J. J., notary public, 39 Little St. James, house 41 
Little St. James. 

Gibb, J. D., house Sherbrooke near St. Charles Bar- 
rom6e. 

Gibb, Benaiah, house Beaver hall place. ^ 

Gibb, M., smith, Bronsdon's lane off Dorchester. ? 

Gibbon, Mrs., house Union avenue. 

Gibeau, Narcisse, stonecutter, St. Catherine near St. 
Constant. 

Gibeau, J. B., laborer. Brock near Mignonne. 

Gibeau, Louis, cooper, German near St. Catherine 



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GiheaU) Antoine^ caL.netmaker, German. 

Gioeau, Francis, bricklayer, 26 St. Andr6. 

Gibeau, Antoine, stonecutter, German near St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Gibson, T. E., boards at Levine's Exchange hotel. 

Gibson, John, dry goods, 168 Notre Dame. 

Gibson, James, grocer, Perrault's court off Craig. 

Gibson, T. A., teacher at High School, house Dorches- 
ter, Beaver hall. 

Gibson, Mrs., dressmaker, 54 Craig. 

Gibson, Mrs., house head of FuUum. 

Gibson, Mrs., laundress, court off Gabriel. 

Gibouleau, A., printer, St. Catherine. 

Gibouleau, D., carter, St. Dominique. 

Gidney, Mrs., laundress, Lagaucheti^re near Visitation. 

Gigon, C. S., rag merchant, 119 St. Lawrence. 

Giguire, Andr6, smith, German near Mignonne. 

Giguire, Jos., shoemaker, St. Catherine near German. 

Giguire, Thos., shoemaker, Mignonne near German. 

Giguire, Baptiste, laborer, Cemetery off Bonaventure. 

Giguire, Henry, carpenter, Durham near St. Catherine. 

Gilbault, Jos., trader. Current St. Mary. 

Gilbert, Mrs., house 23 St. Antoine. 

Gilbert, Miss., boarding house, corner Hospital and St. 
John. 

Gilbert, J. M., merchant, St. Francois Xavier, house 
8 C6t6. 

Gilbert, E. E., machine works and foundry, sou^ 
side of Canal. 

Gilbert, Wm., laborer, Panet near St. Mary. 

Gilbride, Denis, dry goods, 45 St, Lawrence. 

Gilchrist, Miss, milliner, 22 Bonaventure. 

Gilfoyle, Michael, carter, St. Edward lane. 

Gilfoyle, Mrs., house Murray near William. 

Gill, Jas., carpenter, 58 St. Charles Barrom^e in rear. 

Gill, Jas., laborer, head of Alexander. 

Gillan, Robert, upholsterer, 78 St. Constant. 

Gillard, James, joiner, 25 Inspector. 

GiLLESPi£, MoFFATT & Co., general merchants, 134 St. 
Paul. 

Gillespie, James, tinsmith, 83 Craig. 

Gillespie, Peter, house 56 St. Urbain. 

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Gillegan, Mrs., house 39 Voltigeure. 

Gillese, Frs., carter, court off Murray. 

Gillese, Terence* trader, court off Murray. 

Gillies, John, printer, 3 McGill. 

GiLMOUR & Co., general merchants, 9 St. Sacrament. 

Gilmour, James, house corner Durocher and Sher- 

brooke. 
Gilmour, Allan, house corner Durocher and Sherbrooke. 
Gilmour, John, painter, 83 Craig. 
GiLMORE, James, Caledonia house, comer Grey 

Nun and Wellington. 
Gilmore, Robert, laborer, 21 Queen square. 
Gilmore, Mrs., laundress, 150 Craig. 
Gingras, P., laborer, court off St. Elizabeth. 
Gingras, Xavier, laborer, 139 St. Joseph. 
Gilroy, Susan, grocer, 71 Mountain. 
Girouard, Miss, ladies' school, 46 St. Denis. 
Girouard, J. B., carter, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 
Giroux, J. R., boarding house, 2 St. Vincent. 
Giroux, Isaac, trader, corner Panet and St. Catherine. 
Giroux, Theodore, shoemaker, St. Catherine near St. 

Charles Barrom^e. 
Giroux, J. B., police, St. Dominique. 
Giroux, Jean, grocer, corner Panet and Smallwood lane. 
Giroux, Louis, roofer, Dufresne. 
Giroux, J., grocer, corner Mignonne and Panet. 
Giroux, Louis, laborer, head of Panet. 
Glackmeyer, Chas., assistant city clerk, corner Craig 

and St. Denis. 
Glackmeyer Frederick, clerk, 15 St. Maurice. 
Glasedon, Xavier, sailor, 47 Panet. 
Glass, John, secretary harbour commissioners, 28 St. 

Francois Xavier, house Bellevue terrace. 
Glassford, J. A., forwarder, Common, Canal wharf, 

house College. # 

Glassford, Henry A., house Beaver hall terrace. 
Gleeson, Jas., tailor, 13 St. Maurice. 
Gleeson, Patrick, smith, George near Wellington. 
Gleeson, Timothy, gardener, Simpson off Sherbrooke. 
Gleeson, Michael, laborer, M'Cord off William. 
Glen, D., plumber, 7 St. Peter, house Hanover, Beaver 

hall. 



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Glen, Crawford, plumber, Hanover, Beaver hall. 
Glennon & Co., wholesale china and glass, 148 S • 

Paul. 
Glennon, John, boards at the Hays' house. 
Glennon, Wm., shoemaker, 12 St. Bernard. 
Globensky, Mrs. N., trader, 26 Adolphus. 
Globensky, A. L., dry goods, 45 St. Lawrence. 
Globensky, Dr. B., 91 St. Lawrence. 
Gnaedinger, L., furrier, 41 St. Dominique. 
Godball, Sutton, laborer, Gabriel near McCord. 
Godaire, Norbert, tailor, 49 Visitation. 
Godaire, Baptiste, baker, College near Inspector. 

Godaire, , carter. Visitation near Lagaucbetidre. 

Godaire, Miss, school, 43 Bonaventure. 
Godaire, Alex., shoemaker, St. Catherine near Bleury. 
Godaire, Pierre, laborer. Brock near St. Mary. 
Goddard, J. B,, carter, lane off St. Constant. 
Godfrey, R., M. D., chemist & druggist, 26 St. Mary. 
Godfrey, Wm., gardener, St. Charles Barrom6e near 

Dorchester. 
Godin, F. B., advocate, 20 St. Vincent. 
GodiH; J., bailiff, 27 St. Lewis. 
Godin, Miss, house 65 Campeau. 
Godin, Frs., carter, head of St. Urbain. 
Godreau, H., carter, Picard lane off Sanguinet. 
Godreau, Mrs., house Panet near Dorchester. 
Godreau, Frs., saddler, St. Joseph. 
GoLDiE, Robert, commercial chop house, 186 Notro 

Dame, corner St. Peter. 
Goedike, Fred., clerk, 6 Rousseau. 
Gon6, Mrs. N., gardener, St. Lewis, C6te i Baron. 
Gounneau, Miss, seamstress, Lagaucheti^re. 
Goodfellow, Jas., laborer, Prince near Gabriel. 
Goodwillie, Robert, carpenter and builder, St. George. 
Goodwin, Henry, maitre d'armes, 6 Voltigeurs. 
Gooly, Thos., laborer, Hermine near Jur^. 
Gordon, James, & Co., general merchants, commercial 

chambers, St. Sacrament, house 13 Bellevue 

terrace. 
Gordon, Mrs. M. M., house 14 St. Antoine. 
Gordon, Mrs., house Tolentin near Water. 
Gordon, J., smith, house corner William and Catherine. 



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Gordon y James, laborer, Prince. 

Gordon, Mrs., house William near Catherine. 

Gordon, Mrs., house 50 St. Joseph. 

Gordon, David, laborer, 40 Gain. 

Gordon, Lieut., R. A., 32 St. Lewis. 

Gorman, John, laborer, court off Golborne. 

Gorman, Wm., plasterer, William near Golborne. 

Gorman, Pat., laborer, Kempt near William. 

Gormley, Frs., gardener, 192 St. Joseph. 

Gorrie, Edward, pedler, Montcalm near Dorchester. 

Gorrie, Daniel, house 21 St< Mary. 

Gosling, J., house 35 Campean. 

Goaselin, G. N., collector of water rates, 26 Notre 

Dame. 
Gosselin, Mrs., boarding house, 3 St. Gabriel. 
Gosselin, P., barber, comer of Dorchester and Brock. 
Gosselin, F6lix, gunsmith, 46 Bleury. 
Gosselin, Miss, shirt and funeral clothes maker, 38 St. 

Dominique. 
Gosselin, Frs., sawyer, 75 St. Constant. 
Goudie, James, miller, 105 Mountain. 
Goudie, Mrs. D., house Gabriel near George. 
Gougeon, Frangois, carter, head of Visitation. 
Gough, Thomas, grocer, Wellington near the Canal. 
Gough, A., collector of Lachine canal, house 17 St. 

Monique. 
Gough, Mrs., school, 100 St. Urbain. 
Goiyon, Peter, carter, St. F^lix near St. Joseph. 
Goujon, Louis, house 29 St. Ignace. 
Goujon, Antoine, trader, St. Amable lane. 
Goujon, A., house 8 Mountain. * 

Goujon, Francois, house 132 St. Joseph. 
Goujon, J. B., baker, 57 St. Joseph. 
Goujon, Benjamin, carpenter, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Goujon, Amable, cabinetmaker, 32 Mountain. 
Gould, Ira, City flour mills, off the Canal w^harf, office 

125 Commissioners, house 5 St. Antoine place. 
Goulet, Joseph, smith, Visitation near Dorchester. 
Goulet, Hilaire, joiner, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 
Goulet, Z6ph6rin, laborer, 43 Voltigeurs in rear. 
Goulet, Joseph, smith, comer Visitation and La^uche- 

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Goulet, Benjamin, laborer, Amherst near Lagauchetidre. 

Gouldthorp, Joseph, moulder, George near Wellington. 

Gour^, Joseph, trader, St. Amable lane. 

Gouvreau, Joseph, carpenter, St. Catherine. 

Government wood-yard, Water, near the Barracks. 

Gow, Peter, carpenter, Nazareth near WelUngton. 

Goyet, Andr6, mason, 25 Panet. 

Goyet, Charles, carter, Dufresne. 

Goyet, B., carter, head of Brock. 

Goyet, Louis, trader, Dorchester near Brock. 

Goyet, Henry, mason, 27 Panet. 

Goyet, Antoine, mason, 49 Visitation. 

Goyet, T., carriagemaker, 75 St. Mary. 

Goyet, F61ix, carver, 14" Valine. 

Goyet, J. M., cooper, 12 Panet. 

Goyet, Joseph, cooper, 62 Tolentin. 

Goyet, Jean, butcher, Mignonne near Brock. 

Goyet, Maurice, carter, court off Visitation. 

Goyet, Mrs., seamstress, 18 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Goyet, Louis, police, Adolphus near Water. 

Goyet, Olivier, carpenter, Victoria road. 

Grace, John, bootmaker, 29 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Grace, John, smith, 50 Great St. James, house 84 Bona- 

venture. 
Grace, Michael, cooper, 1 Colbome. 
Grady, James, painter, 52 Chenneville. 
Grafton, William, school, 35 St. Joseph. 
Grafton, Francis, clerk, 71 Bonaventure. 
Graham, R., stationery and blank book manufactory, 

186 St. Paul, house 19 St. Edvi^ard. 
Graham, Archibald, painter and glazier, 57 St. Mary. 
Graham, George, tavern, 10 St. Mary. 
Graham, James, grocer, St. Antoine bridge. 
Graham, Mark, jun., cabinetmaker, Alexander near 

Jure. . 
Graham, William, jail guard, 6 Queen square. 
Graham, Mrs. A., dry goods, 80 St. Antoine. 
Graham, Mrs., seamstress, Dalhousie near William. 
Graham, Mrs. John, nurse, court off German. 
Graham, Patrick, moulder, Bleury. 
Graham, James, smith, Colbome avenue. 
Graham, Mrs., miUiner, 181^ Notre Dame. 



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GrandboiS) J. A., grocer, 151 Sanguinet. 

Grandboia, Joseph, voyageur, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 

Grant, John, Grant's hotel, St. Henry near St. Mau- 
rice. 

Grant, Mrs., laundress, 98 St. Constant. 

Grant, Alexander G., teacher, house 10 Beaudry ter- 
race, St. Urbain. 

Grant, John, bootmaker, 41 St. Paul. 

Grant, C, bootmaker, house Dorchester near St. Phillip. 

Grant, John, foundryman, Ann near Wellington. 

Grant, George, tollgate, Victoria road. 

Grant & Hall, saw mill, south side of the Canal. 

Grant, Mrs., boarding house, 10 Chenneville. 

Grant, Hall & Co., lumber merchants, Wellington near 
the Canal. 

Grant, John, jun., house College near Dupre. 

Grantham, James, tobacconist, St. Mary near the jail. 

Grasett, W. F., house 1 Dorchester near St. Denis. 

GrattoB, Francis, carpenter, Panet near St. Catherine. 

Gratton, Mrs., tailoress, 76 St. Joseph. 

Gravel, M., carriagemaker, 97 St. Antoine. 

Gravel, Pierre, carter. Brock near St. Catherine. 

Gravel, H., trader, St. Catherine near Christopher. 

Gravel, P., joiner, lane off Panet. 

Gravel, J. B., joiner, Lagaucheti^re near Bleury. 

Gravel, L. C, dry goods, 33 St. Joseph. 

Gravel, Charles, clerk, 33 St. Joseph. 

Gravel, J. A., house 3 St. Vincent. 

Gravel, Jean M., house 159 Craig. 

Gravel, Jacques, house head of Panet. 

Gravel, Jos., carter, Sanguinet. 

Gravel, G., waterman, Mignonne near St. Denis. 

Gravelle, Charles, clerk, Lagaucheti^re near Bleury. 

Gravdle, Amable, house Lagaucheti^re near Bleury. 

Gravelle, Joseph, carpenter, Brock near St., Catherine. 

Gray, W., barrack master, house St. Hubert near La- 
gaucheti^re. 

Gray, George, smith, Nazareth near Gabriel. 

Gray, 'George, cabinetmaker, College near Dupre. 

Gray, James, blacksmith, Nazareth near Gabriel. 

Gray, Daniel, watchmaker, Dorchester near German. 

Gray, Bobt., laborer, Dorchester near Colbome avenue. 



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Gray, John, clerk, St. Joseph. 

Gray, Patrick, house Tolentin near St. Mary. 

Gray, John, smith, Sophia lane off Craig. 

Green, Joseph, tavern, 36 St Paul. 

Green, Thomas, tailor, 60 Bleury. 

Green, Robt., baker, Amherst near Dorchester. 

Green, Mrs., house Bar6 off" St. Joseph. 

Green, George, sexton Trinity Church, St. Paul. 

Greenan, Jas., chandler, Bronsdon's lane off" Dorchester. 

Greene & Sons, wholesale hatters and furriers, 229 

St. Paul. 
Greene, T. J., house 229 St. Paul. 
Greenfield, Mrs., milliner, 96 St. Mary. 
Greenshields, (Samuel,) Son &. Co., wholesale dry 

goods, late 149 St. Paul, office St. Francois Xavier. 
Greenshields, John, house 2 Callender place, Mountain. 
Greenshields, J. B., house 3 Cornwall terrace. 
Greenshields, W., house late 14<9 St. Paul. See addenda. 
Greenshields, David J., house late 149 St. Paul. See 

addenda. 
Greer, R., commissariat messenger, house 6 Brock. 
Gregory, Mrs. S., house St. Francois de Sailed^ 
Gregory, C, oilmaker, College near Inspector. 
Greig, Jno., Ordnance dept., 21 Sherbrooke. 
Greig, Wm., house Durham near Dorchester. 
Greig, William, baker, court off St. Margaret. 
Grenier, Dr. L. T., house 70 St. Denis. 
Grenier, Jerome, tallowchandler, 5 Water. 
Grenier, Joseph, carpenter, 28 St. Denis. 
Grenier, J. G., dry goods, 84 St. Paul, house 4 Viger pi. 
Grenier, Jacques, dry goods, 90 St. Paul. 
Grenier, Louis, shoemaker, lane off" Mountain. 
Grenier, Antoine, house 47 Visitation. 
Griffin, Frederick, advocate, 6 St. Gabriel. 
Griffin, J. C, notary public, 26 Little St. James. 
Griffin, Captain, D. A. A. G., house 19 Sherbrooke. 
Griffin, James, carpenter, St. Alexander. 
Griffin, Mrs. R., confectioner, corner Jure and Bleury. 
Griffin, Mrs. H., house Dorchester near St. Sim6on. 
Griffin, James, carpenter, Alexander near Lagauche- 

tidre. 
Griffin, Patrick, shoemaker, Drake's court off" College. 



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Griffin, Mrs., school, 116 St. Antoine. 
Grisdaie, Benjamin, laborer, Busby lane off Craig. 
Grison, Jacob, pork butcher, 128 St. Mary, 
Groleau, Pierre, carpenter, 3 Barclay. 
Groleau, Francis, laborer, court off Visitation. 
Groth6, Xavier, coppersmith, 36 Bonaventure. 
Groth6, T., jeweller, St. Lawrence near St. Dominique. 
Groth6, Christian, house St. Dominique, corner St. 

Lawrence market. 
Grothe, Andr6, jeweller, Mignonne near St. Elizabeth. 
Groux, H., carter. Brock near Lagauchetidre. 
Groux, Toussaint, house 34 St. Margaret. 
Groux, Mrs., confectioner, 26 St. Joseph. 
Grover, Robert, laborer, 1 1 Queen square. 
Groves, Greo., carter, 41 St. Joseph. 
Guay, Joseph, shoemaker, Montcalm near St. Catherine. 
Gubbins, Wm., saddler, Radegond near Craig. 
Guenette, Frs., smith, Dorchester near St. Constant. 
Guenette, J. B., carter, St. Phillip near Dorchester. 
Guenette, Pierre, carter, Panet near St. Catherine. 
Guerard, Jos., mason, court off Vallee. 
Gu6rin, Miss, milliner, 176^ Notre Dame. 
Gu^rin, Mrs., milliner, 103 Notre Dame. 
Gu6rin, Edouard, laborer, 15 Wolfe. 
Gu^rin, Louis, bailiff, 68 St. Lewis. 
Guernon, Mrs. P., house 78 St. Urbain. 
Guernon, Et., laborer, 138 St. Charles Barrom^e. 
Gugy, Col. A., advocate, boards at St. Lawrence hall. 
Guibord, J., printer, corner Montcalm and St. Catherine. 
GuiDi, John, looking glass and picture framer, 169 

Notre Dame. 
Guigan, Baptiste, laborer, Chaboillez. 
GuiLBAULT, J. E., botanic & zological garden and aviary, 

100 Sherbrooke. 
Guilbeault, Jos., mason, head of Visitation. 
Guilbeault, Ed., carter, court off Visitation. 
Guilbeault, Ant., trader, Montcalm near Panet. 
Guilbeault, Frs., smith, head of St. Charles Barrom^e. 
Guilbeault, Frs., smith, Mignonne near St. Elizabeth. 
Guilbeault, Mrs. L., house Fortier, C6te a Baron. 
Guilbeault, Mrs., house 74 St. Dominique. 
Guilbeault, Mrs. D., milliner, Panet near Dorchester. 



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Guilbeault, £t., mason, St. Catherine. 

Guilbeault, F^lix, laborer, Dufresne. 

Guilbeault, Miss, house 45 Tolentin. 

Guiibeault, Amable, laborer, Jmh near Bleury. 

Guilbeault, J., sawyer, 125 St. Mary. 

Guilbeault, Joseph, sawyer. Visitation near Mignonne. 

Guillaume, J. B., carpenter, St. Catherine near Panet. 

Guillet, Joseph, joiner, 95 St. Urbain. 

Guilmette, J. O., dry goods, 141 St. Paul, house 121 St. 

Paul. 
Guimond, Frs., laborer, head of St. Dominique. 
Guimond, Frs., waterman, Visitation near Mignonne. 
Guimond, Michael, laborer, Voltigeurs near St. Mary, 
Guindon, Toussaint, laborer, 24 St. Andr^. 
Guindon, Mrs., seamstress, Brock near Dorchester, 
Guinette, Joseph, house 241 St. Joseph. 
Guintler, Casimir, mason, Panet near St. Mary. 
GuNDLACK, Alexander, custom house and forwarding 

agent, 61 Commissioners. 
Gunn, Wm., hatter, 88 St. Constant. 
Gunn, William, house 27 Alexander. 
Gunn, James, mason, 23 Chenneville. 
Gunn, James, joiner, 168 St. Mary. 
Gunn, Mrs., house corner Lagaucheti^re and Bleury. 
Gurd, Jos., chandler, Bisson off St. Antoine. 
Gurry, Michael, baker, 29 St. George. 
Guthrie, Mrs. J., seamstress, Lagaucheti^re near St. 

George. 
Guy, E., notary public, 2 St. Fran9ois Xavier, house 

Lower Lachine. 
Guy^ Hon. Judge, office at the Court house, house 

Porchester, west. 
Guy, Andr6, mason, 26 Visitation. 
Guy, Mrs., house 199 Notre Dame. 
Guy, M., carpenter, head of German. 
Guy, Mrs., house 39 St. Constant. 
Guy, Andr6, joiner. Brock near Lagauchetidra. 
Guy, Andr^, storeman, 28 Montcalm. 
Guyon, P., cabinetmaker, head of Sanguinet. 
Guyon, Ed., cabinetmaker, head of Sanguinet. 
Guyon, Joseph, caulker, 98 Amherst. 
Gzowski, C. S., pivil engineer, house 3 St. Antoine pi. 

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HABERLY, John, grocer, corner Amherst and Lagan« 

chetidre. 
Hackett, Andrew, laborer, Erie. 
Hackett, John, police, 38 Amherst. 
Hadden, John, laborer, Wellington near Ann. 
Hadley, J. & J., daguerreotypists, corner St. Joseph and 

Notre Dame. 
Hadzor, I., whipmaker, corner Lagaucheti^re and St. 

Constant. 
Hafferty, Pat., trader, 57 St. Paul, house 21 St. Paul. 
Hagan, Lot, tailor, 46 Chenneville. 
Hagan, Wm., cutler, &c., 39 St. Lawrence. 
Hagan, Michael, laborer, 79 Water. 
Hagan, Mathew, gardener, 5 St. Andr^. 
Hagar, Charles, & Co., (Ed. Hagar,) china, glass, 

&c., 173 St. Paul, house 10 Cot6. 
Hagar, G., hardware and stoves, wholesale and retail, 

103 St. Paul, house Wellington near King. 
Hagar, Charles, house 10 Cot6. 
Hagarty, Phillip, laborer, Gabriel near Prince. 
Haines, Chs., shoemaker, Montcalm near Dorchester. 
Haines, Joseph, painter, Dorchester near German. 
Halcro, Miss, dressmaker. Cemetery near St. Antoine. 
Haldane, J., boot and shoestore, 203 Notre Dame. 
Haldimand Brothers, wholesale and retail hardware, 

85 St/ Paul, house 117 St. Lawrence. 
Haldimand, Mrs. L., house 117 St. Lawrence. 
Hall, Theodore D., wholesale American & British 

dry goods, 221 St. Paul, house 15 St. Monique. 
Hall, William, gunsmith and sportsman's warehouse, 

51 Notre Dame. 
Hall, J. N., hardware, 105 St. Paul, house 23 Great St. 

James. 
Hall, Mrs., milliner and dressmaker, 23 Great St. James. 
Hall, Archibald, M. D., 5 Little St. James. 
Hall, Mrs. Jacob, house 3 Alexander. 
Hall, Benjamin, house Piedmont, foot of the Mountain. 
Hall, Mrs. N., house 15 St. Monique. 
Hall, James, oilmaker, William near Murray. 
Hall, Robert, storeman, 4*2 Bonaventure. 
Hall, Edward, tanner, 88 Amherst. ^ 

Hall, Wm., storeman, 30 Bonaventure. 



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Hall, John S., housn \nA^ 
Hall, Joseph, laborer Snrlh? i 

Ha linan, John, bootraalert/" • „h . n 

Ha .day, Mrs., house Prinie L *' W n- *' B"ron>«e. 

Hallowell, EobeitMnpiCf ? "'^ellington. 

„ „ Berthelot. ^^"""" '"""hant, 3 St. Helen, hou.e 

Ha Iwell, Mrs. John, house 17 S. M • 

Halpin, J., printer i-i b«. j '• ^aunce. 

Hamel, H.: laborer, Wmfam7ea^7??^ ^'- ^"'»'''- 
Hamelfn, Edward, vojiu? Pnll ^olborne. 
Hamelin, Mrs., house SerP*^' "*" ^""P^'tor. 
rine. ''°™«' German and St. Cathe- 

Hamill, Arti.'„?''e'' f/'''«« "«" St. Catherine. 

Hamilton, Andre "dt' "'^ ^onaventure. 
HamUton, M« .^Iif J ^'^' '^ M'Gill. 
Hamilton Mr"" ^T' u"'' '^ *^«""- 
Hamilto'n, R 'h co2,i'?r ^ ^^'"'cf'eliire. 

Hatlt' Edt^rhta^oWr ^ «'• '^»'^- 
Hammond. Robert mo.ki ^^ Urbajn. ^ 

Hammond B^tft W Tf i '"'''i"'" S*- ^rbain. 
Hammond, Patrick, laborer Wimr' ^'^'"7- 

Hammond, Samuel housThe^ of s. h'k ^'=^°«'- 
Hampson, Eobert cl^rir t ? ^' Urbain. 

Hampton," Joh^'^^it.lsnt^'^'-^ "^"^ ^ampeau. 

Hancock, Mrs., store, 8 Inspect,^ 

Handratty, Peter, shoemS fV 

Handratty, C.. carter pf' ^'^^ "«»' Wellinirton 

Hands, Wm. '»?^7'a ?r "'" <^''''"«'- 

„ mon and Prince. ^ P^visions, comer Com- 

Hanley, R, trader, 73 St. Paul 
Hanley, John, tavern, 86 Founiling. 



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Hanley, Patrick, carter, 76 Mountain. 

Hanlon, Peter, R. £., house St. Antoine near Acquednct. 

Hanlon, Mrs., staymaker, Grant near St. Mary. 

Hannah, Robert, carter, Durham. 

Hannah, George, water police. Kempt near Gabriel. . 

Hannah, Mrs., house 113 St. Antoine. 

Hannah, Thomas, tailor, Si St. Urbain. 

Hannan,M., tailor, 65 St. Antoine. 

Hannon, J., storeman, St. George near Craig. 

Harbour Commissioners Office, John Glass, secy., 

28 St. Fran9ois Xavier. 
Harbour Master's Office, 28 St. Francois Xavier. 
Harding, Geo.f house 9 Bousseau. 
Harding, J., boots and shoes, house St. Dominique. 
Hardisty, H. E., blacking and ink factory, 22 Bonaven- 

ture. 
Hardy, Patrick, teacher, Ann near Wellington. 
Hare, Edward, storeman, 32 St. Dominique. 
Hare, Wm., tavern, corner Bonaventure and Haymar- 

ket. 
Harkin, Henry, dry goods, 118 Notre Dame. 
Harkin, L. J., auctioneer, house 29 St. Dominique. 
Harley, D., flour inspector, Queen near William. 
Harnois, Ant., carter, German near Mignonne. 
Harnois, L., cabinetmaker, German near Mignonne. 
Harold, John, boots and shoes, 16 St. Mary. 
Harper, Wm. F., house Simpson ofT Sherbrooke. 
Harrington, Jas., laborer, 31 St. Charles Barrom^e. 
Harrington, Richard, shoemaker, 81 Sanguinet. 
Harrington, Timothy, laborer, corner William and Mc- 

Cord. 
Harris, Law & Co., g^ieral merchants, 2 St. Alexis. 
Harris, Charles E., school, 85 Craig. 
Harris, Henry, cabinetmaker, 55 St. Dominique. 
Harris, Joseph, carter, Colborne avenue. 
Harris, J. P., commissariat, 1 1 Lagauchetidre. 
Harris, Jas., clerk, 1 Berthelot off Bleury. 
Harrison, Joseph, taHor, St. Henry near St. Maurice. 
Harrison, Thomas, cabinetmaker, 60 Bleury. 
Hart, Theodore, general merchant, 6 St. Sacrament^ 

house corner Sherbrooke and St. Denis. 
Hart, B., general merchant, & St Sacrament. 



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Hart, Wm., grocer, Bonsecoure near Notre Dame. 

Hart, Martin, fruiterer, 41 Sanguinet. 

Hart, Mrs., laundress, little Dublin off St. Greorge, 

Hart, Mrs., trader, Montcalm near Dorchester. 

Hart, M., laborer, Montcalm near St* Mary, 

Hart, Nicholas, store, 78 St. Mary. 

Hart, Simon, jeweller, 7 St. Lawrence. 

Hartgraves, John, carter, 19 St. Maurice. 

Hartington, Hester, house Bar6 oft St. Joseph. 

Hartley, J., clerk, 51 St. George. 

Harvey, Alfred C, advocate, St. Th^r^se, house 59 St^ 
Urbain. 

Harvey, David, house Belmont, Beaver hall. 

Harvey, Wm., foundry man, Colborne near William. 

Harvey, Henry, cabinetmaker, corner Jur6 and Ander- 
son. 

Harvey, Thomas, mason, head of Visitation. 

Harwood, O., clerk in Post office, corner Dorchester 
and St. Elizabeth. 

Hatch, John, house Berry lane off St. Lewis. 

Hatton, S., police, Barclay near Water. 

Hausselman, £., clerk, house 57 Campeau. 

Haven, Jas., house west Dorchester. 

Haven, Robert, storeman, Sophia lane o£f Craig. 

Hawkins, Thomas, boots, shoes and leather, 126^ Notre 
Dame. 

Hawkins, Wm., laborer. Busby lane off Craig. 

Hawley, Joseph A., advocate, 8 St. Therdse, house 34 
St. Denis. 

Hay^ Jas., engineer. Prince near Wellington. 

Hay den, James, laborer, Hay market square. 

Hayden, Richard, smith, Colborne near Grabriel. 

Hayes, Andrew, house 124 St. Paul. 

Hays, M. J., house 7 St. Antoine place. 

Hats' House, (6. F. Pope, manager,) Dalhousie square. 

Hays, James, cabinetmaker, Lagaucheti^re near Bleury. 

Hays, James, tailor, Vitr6 near C6te. 

Haysley, James, cabinetmaker, Devienne. 

Haysley, Mrs., seamstress, Ann near Wellington. 

Healy, Christopher, varnisher, 17 Beaudry terrace. 

Heany, John, foundryman, Colborne near William. 

Heany, , trader, 19 St. Maurice. 

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Hearle, James, coppersmith, plumber, and maker of 

diving apparatus, 36 Great St. James. 
Hearn, William, laborer, 64* St. Elizabeth. 
Heathfield, Thomas D., house Lagaucheti^e near Su 

Charles Barrom^e. 
Hubert, F. X., tailor, corner Dorchester and St. £li7.a' 

beth. 
Hubert, M., tavern, 50 Commissioners. 
Hubert, Miss L., dressmaker, 11 St. Dominique. 
Hubert, L., joiner, Visitation near Lagauchetidre. 
Hedge, Samuel, house Latour off Radegonde. 
Hedge, Henry, carpenter, Inspector near Bonaventure. 
Hedrick, John, laborer, 79 Water. 
Heelin, M., shoemaker, Dupr^ lane, 
Helluin & Guilmet, Canada hotel, 26 St. Gabriel. 
Henault, A., clerk, German near Dorchester. 
Henderson, John, hats, furs, and indian work, 93 Notre 

Dame. 
Henderson, Mrs. J., laundress, Lagaucheti^re near St. 

George. 
Henderson, J., carpenter, corner St. Mary and Gain. 
Henderson, William, baker, corner Alexander and St. 

Germain. 
Henderson, J., pipemaker, Kent near Colborne avenue. 
Henderson, Wm., pipemaker, Colborne avenue. 
Henderson, Wm., shoemaker, Murray near Gabriel. 
Henderson, Alexander, clerk, St. Joseph. 
Hendry, Robert, silversmith, Lagaucheti^re near St. 

Dominique. 
Heney, Mrs. N., house German. 
Heney, M., carter, Devienne. 
Heney, Hugh, laborer, Chaboillez. 
Hennessy, Patrick, laborer. Queen near William. 
Hennessy, James, shoemaker, Gabriel near Prince. 
Hennessy, Michael, laborer, 118 St. Joseph. 
Hennessy, P., shoemaker, White's lane off Vitr6. 
Hennessy, Mrs. P., grocer, St. Catherine near St. Hubert. 
Hennessy, Thomas, laborer, Murray near William. 
Henry, Peter, bricklayer, Colborne near William. 
Henry, Alexander, laborer, William near Colborne. 
Henry, Dr. W., med. staff, 138 Sherbrooke. 
Henry, William, shoemaker, 20 St. Gabriel. 



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Henry, Wjlliam, laborer St q: ' 

„ vvick. '"spection office, house Brunp- 

Herard, J. B., housp <5* t 

Herbert, J. W & Co ^^"^'^^^^ "ear Craig. 

house 2 Ponlai/;?,* e broker. St. Sacrament, 
Hewitt, John W., TVea^™ h „^ 
„ St. Maurice. ' "^''"*™ '"»'»«. 32 McGill corner 
He«„tt, Thomas, grocer, corner St C«h • 

man. """^f «• Catherine and Ger- 

He'S w''T^t--'«3S..Geo,,e.. 

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Hrr^^JXtiZ^/^^^^^^^^ of St. Antoine. 

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Higgins, Patrick, dry goods, corner Wellington ic Prince. 

Higgint, Patrick, mason, Dorchester. 

High School of Montreal, Belmont. 

Highland, John, laborer, Dalhousie near Gabriel. * 

Highland, Mrs., house Gabriel near McCord. 

Hikok, Carter H., hatter &. furrier, 1 17 St. Paul, house 
74 St. Urbain. 

Hill, F., & Co., Boston piano forte warehouse. Odd Fel- 
lows' hall, Great St. James, house 100^ St. An- 
toine. 

Hill, C. F., auctioneer, &c., 27 Great St. James. 

Hill, Benjamin, paper hanger and map mounter, 157 
Notre Dame. 

Hill, John, laborer, Sophia lane off Craig. 

Hill, C. G., dry goods, 189 St. Paul, house 127 Bleury. 

Hill, Garrett, grocer, 28 Bonaventure. 

Hill, Jamea, laborer, 17 Tolentin. 

Hill, Wm., smith, Roy lane off Bonaventure. 

Hillan, Michael, laborer, Durham. 

Hillis, John, store. Prince near Wellington. 

Hillock, George, salesman, 21 St. Edward. 

Hilton, J. &> W., cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 17 
Great St. JamcR. 

Hilton, J., house 9 Alexander. 

Hilton, Wm., house 9 St. Edward. 

Hilton, , house Anderson near Jur6. 

Hingston, S. J., house 18 St. Maurice. 

Hingeton, W. H., M. D., 18 St. Maurice. 

Hinley, George, bootmaker, 30 St. Mary. 

Hinton, Joseph, shoemaker, 39 St. Ignace. 

Hinton, Isaac, shoemaker, Victoria road. 

Hinton, Wm., shoemaker, Victoria road. 

Hird, Edward, musician, 26 Bleury. 

Hiron, Jas., store, corner William and McCord. 

Hitchcock, D. W., house 11 St. Lewis. 

Hocter, Michael, laborer. Prince near William. 

Hodge, John, grocer, corner Campeau and Lagauche- 
tidre. 

Hodgkinson, Mrs. Levi, house Fortier near St. Domini- 
que. 

Hodgson, W., engineer, Victoria road near St. Cathe- 
rine. 



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Hodgson, Wm., house 19 St. Genevieve. 

Hodgson, John, house Queen square. 

Hoerner, Miss, lad-*^!*' school, 63^ St. Antoine* 

Hoerner, Augustin, teacher, Rarlegonde near Craig. 

Hogan, James, crimper, Cathehne near Gabriel. 

Hogarth, Mrs. John, house 90 St. Mary. 

Hogg, Wm., dry gc/^Kls, 46 ^ St. Mary. 

HoGGARD, John, collector, Devienne. 

Hogue, B., waterman, Brock near Mignonne. 

Hogue, Joseph, laborer, 35 Voltigeurs. 

Hogue, P., grocer, corner Brock and Mignonne. 

Hogue, Peter, joiner, 56 Amherst. 

Holahan, Darl., laborer, Catherine near Gabriel. 

Holdstock, Alfred, drawing master, 3 St. Dominique. 

Holland Sc Dunn, nail and spike factory, south side of 

Canal. 
Holland, G. A., fancy goods, 155 Notre Dame. 
Holland, M., house corner St. Joseph and Mountain. 
Holland & Mathewson, wholesale and retail fancy 

goods, 26 M'Gill. 
Holland, Richard, fancy store, 124 Notre Dame. 
Holland, P., Commission merchant, 15 St. Sacrament, 

house Simpson off Sherbrooke. 
Holland, Wm., grocer, 95 St. Antoine. 
Holland, John, house Radegonde near Latour. 
Holland, Mansfield, house 153 St. Joseph. 
HoUiday, James, cooper, corner King and Common^ 

house Hermine. 
Holliday, Moses, carter. Kempt near Gabriel. 
Hollo way, Mrs. S., house 4 Woodyard. 
Holmes, James, registrar of Trinity house, 28 St. 

Fran9ois Xavier. 
Holmes, W. E., advocate, 2 St. Gabriel, house at St. 

Catherines. 
Holmes, Samuel, tin and coppersmith, 81 St. Paul, 

house Lagaucheti^re near Sanguinet. 
Holmes, A. F., M. D., 24 Great St. James. 
Holmes, Benjamin, house Devonshire place, Sherbrooke. 
Holmes, Fredk., at Joseph Knapp's, Pointe k Callidre. 
Holmes, James, dry goods, corner St. Mary and Panet. 
Holmes, Mrs., house Sherbrooke near Bleury. 
Holmes, Mrs., house Queen near Wellington. 



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Holmes, W. J., tinsmith, Lagauohetiere near St. Eliza- 
beth. 

Holt, Mrs., house Alexander near Jur6. 

Holton, I uther H., house off 21 St. Monique. 

Homier, J. B., house corner Dorchester and St. Con- 
stant. 

Homier, Edward, contractor, German near Mignonne. 

Homier, J. 6., grocer, corner St. Elizabeth and Dor> 
Chester. 

Homier, Xavier, mason, St. Elizabeth near St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Hondlow, Miss A., house 17 St. Lawrence. 

Honey, John,deputy prothonotary, house Phillips' square, 
Beaver hall. 

Hood, (J.) & Thorn (Wm.) cabinetware, 18 Great St. 
James, house 115 St. Constant. 

Hood, Thos., (successor to Mead Brothers,) pianoforte 
factory, 29 Notre Dame. 

Hood, John, house 47 Montcalm. 

Hood, Mrs. P., boarding house, 6 Campeau. 

Hood, William, engineer. Prince near Common. 

Hoofstetter, P., carter, St. Catherine neat Montcalm. 

Hooker & Holton, forwarders, and commission mer- 
chants, Canal wharf. 

Hopper, Wm. H., house Durocher. 

Home, George, house 1 St. Sacrament. 

Horning, Robert, laborer, St. Mary near Fullum. 

Hotenthaler, H., jeweller, 69 Sanguinet. 

Horticultural Society's Rooms, 25 Notre Dame. 

Houdard, P., laborer, Tolentin near St. Constant. 

Houghton & May, wholesale dry goods, 182 St. Paul. 

Houghton, Charles, house west Dorchester. 

Houghton, George, R. E., house Dorchester near St. 
Denis. 

Houle, J. B., notary public, 47 St. Joseph. 

Houl6, Michel, carter, 53 St. Maurice. 

Houl6, Baptiste, wheelwright, 135 St. Lawrence. 

Houl6, Joseph, house corner St. Constant and Mig- 
nonne. 

Houl6, Mrs. B., seamstress, head of St. Constant. 

Houl^, Pierre, sawyer, German. 

Houl6, Francis, house off Mignonne near Brock. 



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Howard, E. P m n ??™.® »''e»''e. ^"• 

„ Jamk *^-' ^- ^•' *1 M<GiI), corner Great S, 

Hot: : JaS.^,^'r;:;«^^ji -^"w^-- 

Hoy. Mrs., fruit store 27 a m" ^«'«"««on. 
Hoyle, Miss L., hoS^ 7 t,!' ^"y* 
Hoyle, Miss M A T •'*""«'•• 

H-bert, }. B., ,ii?h T,?' f ^t. Vincent. 



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Hull, Mrs., boarding house, 40 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Humphrys, J. A., house 81 Craig. 

Humphrys, Mrs., dressmaker, 81 Craig. 

Humphreys, J., carter, little Dublin off St. George. 

Huneau, Joseph, smith, 15 St. Joseph. 

Huneau, G^d6on, storeman, 81 Boiiaventure. 

Huneau, Pierre, house 108 St. Dominique. 

Huneau, Mrs., house St Germain off Bieury. 

Hunt, J., surveyor, 13 St. George. 

Hunt, T. S., chemist to Geological Survey, 5 St Ga- 
briel. 

Hunter, James P., notary public, 2 Great St James. 

Hunter, Wm., miller, Dalhousie near Common. 

Hunter, Mrs., strawbonnet maker, 34 St Urbain. 

Hunter, George, leather store, 121 Commissioners. 

Hunter, Allan, joiner, Gabriel near George. 

Hunter, Frs., secretary gas work, house 34 St. Joseph. 

Hunter, George, police. King near Wellington. 

Huot, P., waterman, St. Catherine near Brock. 

Huot, Jacques, carpenter, 71 Sanguinet 

Hupay, J., confectioner, corner St Lawrence and Vitr6. 

Hupay, Joseph, laborer, 32 Voltigeurs in rear. 

Hupay, B., cab builder. Brock near Lagauchetidre. 

Hup6, P., confectioner, Vitre near St. Constant 

Hurley, James,, laborer, George near Gabriel. 

Hurley, Jas., clerk, 14 St. Constant. 

Hurdle, Wm., engineer, Monarque near St. Mary. 

Hurst, Wm., dry goods, 138 St. Mary. 

Hurteau & Co., wooddealers, corner Craig and Ger- 
man. 

Hurteau, L6on, trader, 80 Visitation. 

Hurtibis, Gabriel, carpenter, St. F61ix off Mountain. 

Hurtibis, Gabriel, joiner, 97 Mountain. 

Hurtibis, Joseph, carpenter, Guy near Dorchester. 

Uussey, Thomas, shoemaker, 23 St. George. 

Huston, Archibald, smith, court off St. Charles Barro- 
m6e. 

Huston, Jas., laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 

Hutchins, J. R., house Current St. Mary. 

Hutchins, B., house 2 Latour off Radegonde. 

Hutchinson, James, house 6 Craig. 

Hutchinson, John, shoemaker, 28 Tolentin. 



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Hutchinson, Rev. Mi., house Craig near St Antoine. 

Hutchison & Morrison, builders, &c., Craig near St. 
Antoine. 

Hutchison, J., wines and groceries, 33 Notre Dame. 

Hutchison, Geo., shoemaker, Jur6 near St. George. 

Hutchison, Wm., builder, Belmont, Beaver hall. 

HuTTON, James, agent for Joseph Rodgers & Son, 
cutlers to Her Majesty, Sheffield ; Thomas Frith 
& Sons, converters and refiners of steel, Sheffield ; 
Robert Sorby & Sons, edge tool, saw and steel 
manufacturers, Sheffield ; Thomas Turner & Co., 
Suffi^Ik works, Sheffield ; J. Beardshaw &. Son, saw 
and file manufacturers, Sheffield ; J. Walters & 
Co., table knife manufacturers, Sheffield ; George 
Deaken, combmaker, Sheffield ; W. Hutton & Son, 
silversmiths, patent electro-platers, Sheffield ; Stuart 
& Smith, Roscoe place, Sheffield ; and for Ste- 
phenson, Blake & Co., type founders, Sheffield ; 
St. Helen, house Brunswick, Beaver hall. 

Hyatt, Wm. C, house Alexander near Craig. 

Hyland, Michael, cooper, Jur6 near St. George. 

Hyman, S., furrier and capmaker, 29 St. Antoine. 

Hynds, Mrs. R., pedler, 70 St. Dominique. 

IBBOTSON, HENRY J., advocate, St. Th6r^se, house 
Victoria road. 

Ibbotson, H., sen., house Victoria road. 

Ibbotson, Benjamin, bookbinder, Cadieux 6t., C6te k 
Baron. 

Ideal, Charles, house Aylmer. 

Idler, Ernest, butcher, 16 Bonsecours market, house 70 
Sanguinet. 

Ilsley, James, carpenter, 75 St. Dominique. 

Imbault dit Matha, Mrs; J. B., house 125 St. Lawrence. 

Imperial Customs Department, R. H. Hamilton, comp- 
troller, corner St. Nicholas and Commissioners. 

Ingall, Captain, house 1 Lartique place, Sherbrooke. 

Innes, R. U., house 7 Mountain terrace. 

Inspection Store for Pot and Pearl Ashes, Col- 
lege near McGill. 

Institute Canadien, Place d'Armes. 

Ireland, Thomas, engraver, 14* Great St. James, house 
Dorchester near Sf. George. 

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iRiSHy Henry, Pavilion hotel, 13 Su Joseph. 

Irvine, James, smith, court ofT Bleury. 

Irving, William, saddler, St. Vincent. 

Irving, Geo., clerk, 68 St. George. 

Irving, Mrs. John, Irving's hotel, St. Claude. 

Irwin, Mrs., seamstress, Fortification lane. 

Irwin, Wm., laborer, 8 St. John. 

Irwin, John, laborer, 99 St. Antoine. 

Irwin, Hugh, laborer, Dupre lane. 

Irwin, James, foundry, Ann near Wellington. 

Irwin, Mrs., house St. Germain off Bleury. 

Irwin, Mrs., saddlery, 19 McGill. 

Irwin, Rev. John, house 5 Barclay place. 

Irwin, Thomas, laborer, Shaw near St. Mary. 

Irwin, Frs., carter, Edward lane off Bonaventure. 

Irwin, Mrs., seamstress, Colborne near Gabriel. 

Isaacson, R. P., Dolly's chop-house, 9 Great St. James. 

Isaacson, J.H., notary public, 20 St. Fran9ois Xavier, 
house 26 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Issiot dit St. Antoine, A., joiner, 99 St. Charles Bav- 
rom^e. 

Issiotte, Antoine, grocer, 93 St. Lawrence. 

JACK, MATHEW, house Berthelot near Bleury. 

Jackatel, J., organ builder, 130 St. Lawrence. 

Jackson, Henry, house 5 Cornwall terrace, St. Denis. 

Jackson, Thomas, boots and shoes, 32 McGill. 

Jackson, William, tavern Lagaucheti^re near Wolfe. 

Jackson, Wm., grocer, 60 Bleury. 

Jackson, Donald, plasterer, Perthius. 

Jackson, H., bricklayer. Peel near St. Catherine. 

Jackson, John, smith, 15 Bonaventure. 

Jackson, Edward, laborer, Lagaucheti^re near Am- 
herst. 

Jackson, Thomas, carpenter, court off Bleury. 

Jackson, James, laborer, court off St. Elizabeth. 

Jackson, Mrs., house 135 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Jackson, Everett, shoemaker, lane off St. Urbain. 

Jackson, Joseph, carpenter, Nazareth near Gabriel. 

Jacobs, J., cabinetmaker, 69 Amherst. 

Jacott & Co., clock and watchwakers, 41 McGill. 

Jacques, George E., bookkeeper, Richmond square. 

Jacques, Olivier, shoemaker, 111 Sanguinet. 



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-james, fe., cabinetmaker I'S R^I a 

^ therine:* '"""' ''°™«' ^ity Councillora and St Ca 

Ja"v aifjt'f ',:'«:k, 38 Bo„ave„.„re. 

t*u, wos., laborer. 140 Q* t 
Janvier. Wm k^ ^*> i*u m. Lawrence 

Janvier; jClauK''"T!!,rr ««• Catherine. 
Jff '^^'''"^^""^''enturenearMoun. 

Jeff;:;: M^: xtee'a ci. '* "': j-'-p''- 

Jeffrey, Wm., hborer'-?^ Chenneville. 
Je inaf, Josenh • . ^r, St. Constant. 

Jennings, Patrick, carter 20 «^f n 
Jfnnmgg, j^j^ house i^flcf^^^^'lge. 
Jer6raie, Mrs H^n rf ^ ^*- ^^ul. 

Jervais, '^, "r^^^f ^Tj* ^°'"''-''«"- 
Jervais, Vierre ^Z Dorchester. 

peW"'^"""""-. 55 St. Paul, house Cam- 
Jessamin, VVm -«.ou- 
Jesuits, Soeie^Vrs^'"5"';';er, 1 ,3 St. Constant. 

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Jett6, Joseph, shoemaker, Montcalm near Dorchester. 

Jett6, Paul, stonecutter, 31 St. Constant. 

Jett6, L6on, sawyer, corner St. Ignace and Lagauche- 

tidre. 
Jett6, N., stonecutter, court off Sanguinet. 
Jette, Joseph L., shoemaker, corner St. Catherine and 

Amherst. 
Jewish Synagogue, head of Chenneville. 
Joannet, Augustine, carter, head of Visitation. 
Joannet, R., carter, Wolfe near Dorchester. 
Joannet, Joseph, laborer, 110 St. Dominique. 
JoBiN, J. H., notary public, M. P. P. St. Vincent near St. 

Th^rdse. 
Jobin, Joseph, baker, Durham. 
Jobin, Joseph, ciderbrewer, 14>1 St. Lawrence. 
JoDoiN, Pierre, & Co., wholesale dry goods, 104 St. 

Paul. 
Jodoin, Amable, lumber yard, 10 Craig. 
Jodoin, Francis, shoemaker, 36 Panet. 
Johns, Mrs., milliner, 55 St. Antoine. 
Johnson, F. G., advocate, 1 Little St. James, house 

little River St. Pierre. 
Johnson, Thomas, watchmaker, comer St. Mary and 

Lacroix. 
Johnston, George, farmer's hotel, corner King and 

Common. 
Johnson, John, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 4 St. 

Joseph. 
Johnson, Mrs., house 146 St. Mary. 
Johnson, Alexr., saddler, 44 St. Paul, house Perthius. 
Johnson, T., grocer, comer St. Dominique and Vitr^. 
Johnson, Mrs. Mary, house Victoria road. 
Johnson, Mrs., house 90 St. Dominique. 
Johnson, John, trader. It Rousseau. 
Johnson, J., grocer, corner Amherst and Dorchester. 
Johnson, George, grocer, 221 St. Joseph. 
Johnson, Arthur, shoemaker. City Councillors. 
Johnson, Joseph, laborer, Voltigeurs near St. Mary, 
Johnson, Gordon W., clerk, Bar6 off St. Joseph 
Johnson, William, trader, Nazareth near Welli..gtan. 
Johnson, William, shoestore, 171 Notre Dame. 
Johnson, Francis, grocer, 19 St. Dominique. 



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Johnston, James, dry eood« iqao « 

der place. * ^ ^""^'^ ^^^ St. Paul, house Callen- 

Jolly, Hugh, b,:ZJ,7rTt6'ir" ""?■■ S«- Constant. 

J ton nC Se •ctr*"^'"*'-'^'^''"*^' ^es. Welling- 

JoT^^'sX^rClTstV''"^'' '' ^''™P de Mar, 
Jones. Jas. £, eleA 26 St" b""'^-"^ h^"- 

Jones, John, tavern, 4* I/' i?'""^*'**- 
Jones, John, shoemaker fi w 7' 

Jones, Mre,'lauXt 28 T^'""^y''"'- 
Jones. Fredpri^fc • ! ''° 'olent m. 

Jordan, John pho*!; S** -^^Wfence. 

- Helen and RecoIIprf /™'^^^?" "merchant, corner St 

Joubert M„ rrr""" ■"""«; ^ead o7Visitatio„ 
Joubert JoVhifoCrX 'V^. Sanguiner""'""- 
JouMain, Tho^„.^sSer «f "■" "«"' Montcalm 
Jourdain, Toussaim, carter Si"' ,"" "*" »'ock. 
Joranetti, Michael sen T'. u '"""*^ "ear St. Josenh 
Jovanetti M ir nfi u' """'oher, 154 St. Josenh '^ * 
Joyce, DavM:'/ab'„feT''^"'«''er, 154 St. Jos^^ ' 

j:t%Vr^'^'^^erjit"^^^^ 

J«dge: ftt'^kt^g^f C.ig, hous::« Dorchester 
" St. Claude. ^* '"''"^'">1''«''Cartiersquarerho?s^" 

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Julien, J. fi., saddler, Jacques Cartier square, house 

Dorchester near St. Elizabeth. 
Julien, Joseph, shoemaker, Montcalm near Lagau- 

chetidre. 
Julien, J. 6., jun., sailor, 65 Wolfe. 
Julien, Michel, baker, 104* St. Joseph. 
Juminville, B., house 35 St. Constant. 
Juminville, J., barber, Salaberry near St. Mary. 
Jutras, Mrs., house 95 St. Constant. 
KAVANAGH, HUGH, custom house officer, 64 Craig. 
Kahoe, Patrick, carter, Colborne avenue. 
Kain, James, tailor, 19 St. Dominique. 
Kain, Patrick, smith, Jur6 near Alexander. 
Kannon, H., smith, Gabriel near Colborne. 
Kannon, John, house Wellington near M'Cord. 
Kay, Thomas, & Co., general merchants, St. Eloi near 

St. Paul. 
Kay, Thomas, house Durocher near the Mountain. 
Kean, Patrick, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 
Kean, B., tavern, corner King and Common. 
Kean, John, laborer, Gabriel near Murray. 
Kearny, James, laborer, McCord near Gabriel. 
Keating, Wm., house Vitr6 near St. Constant. 
Keefer, T. C, house Beaver hall terrace. 
Keefe, John, laborer, St. Edvsrard lane off St. Joseph. 
Keely, James, joiner, 44« St. G«orge. 
Keely, Patrick, laborer, German near St. Catherine. 
Keely, John, laborer. Kempt near Gabriel. 
Keenan, Michael, carter, Devienne. 
Keenan, James, gardener, court off St. Constant. 
Keenan, Bernard, dry goods, Jacques Cartier square. 
Keiller, Mrs. David, confectionary, 127 Notre Dame. 
Keily, Patrick, plasterer, German near Mignonne. 
Keith, John J., house 3 City Councillors. 
Kell, Willum, sheriflPs officer, 37 Champ de Mars. 
Kell, G., carpenter, 14« Lagauchetidre. 
Kell, Wm., tavern, 49 St. Lawrence. 
Kelleny, Louis, dry goods, 106 ^ Notre Dame. 
Keller, John, wholesale and retail hardware, 81 St. 

Paul. 
Keller, James, cailer, corner St. Charles Barrom6e 

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Kellond, Robert, cabinetmaker, 13 Inspector. 

Kelly, Henry, laborer, German near Mignonne. 

Kelly, Mrs., house Prince near Common. 

Kelly, James, shoemaker, Anderson near Jur6. 

Kelly, Thomas, grocer, 99 Craig. 

Kelly, Peter, clerk, 65 St. Urbain. 

Kelly, Ths, shoemaker, corner William and Eleanor. 

Kelly, Mrs. A., house 53 Amherst in rear. 

Kelly, Thomas, tavern, 211 Notre Dame. 

Kelly, John, carpenter and joiner. Jure near Alexander, 

house Alexander near Craig. 
Kelly, William, clerk, 17 Alexander. 
Kelly, Michael, carpenter, St. Simeon. 
Kelly, Patrick, tavern, corner Craig and Radegond.e 
Kelly, Mrs., seamstress, 25 St. Mary. 
Kelly, William, grocer, 25 St. Urbain. 
Kelly, J., bricklayer, 26 St. George. 
Kelly, John, milkman, head of St. Constant. 
Kelly, Charles, carter, Sophia lane off Craig. 
Kelly, John, trader, 79 St. Lawrence. 
Kelly, Michael, tavern, corner Lagaucheti^re and Cam- 

peau. 
Kelly, Stephen, grocer, Current St. Mary. 
Kelly, Daniel, cabman, 53 St. Urbain. 
Kelly, Bryan, plasterer, little Dublin off St. George. 
Kelly, John, laborer, Nazareth. 
Kelly, Thomas, stevedore, 60 Tolentin. 
Kenaghan, Patrick, laborer. Prince near Wellington. 
Kenmuir, Charles, storemau, Dorchester near fileury. 
Kej^nedt, William, joiner and builder, 1 Cleveland 

place; Jur6. 
Kennedy, William, jun., carpenter and builder, 13 

Bleury. 
Kennedy, Daniel, laborer, Nazareth near Wellington. 
Kennedy, M., foundryman, Gain near Lagauchetidre. 
Kennedy, Mrs., house court off Kempt. 
Kennedy, John, laborer, McCord near Gabriel. 
Kennedy, L., house 66 St. Denis. 
Kennedy, Mrs., hair weaver, head of Visitation. 
Kennedy, Miss, dressmaker, 25 St. Lewis. 
Kennedy, Edward, laborer, )6 Campeau. 



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Kennedy, Mrs., store, Lagauchetidre near Amherst. 

Kennedy, Mrs., house Dufresne. 

Kennedy, Wm., huntsman, head of Victoria road. 

Kennedy, Mrs., house corner St. Charles Barrom^e and 
Mignonne. 

Kennedy, Stephen, shoemaker, off St. George near 
Vitr6. 

Kennedy, Patrick, laborer. Port near Common. 

Kent, Robert, carpenter, Anderson near Lagauchetidre. 

Kent, Thomas, cabinetmaker, 49 St. George. 

Kenworthy, Mrs. Edward, house Lagauchetiere near 
Alexander. 

Keogh, John, laborer, Bonseccurs. 

Keogh, Darby, laborer, 34 Wolfe. 

Keogh, L., police, William near McCord. 

Keown, N., painter, 82 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Keown, Edward, laborer, 23 Campeau. 

Ker, John, commission merchant and forwarder^ Canal 
wharf, and 1 8^ St. Fran9ois Xavier. 

Kerens, John, tavern, corner King and Wellington. 

Kerens, D., grocer, corner Chenneville and Vitr6. 

Kerens, Richard, foundryman, Nazareth near William. 

Kerens, D., smith, 8 Vitr6. 

Kernan, Wm., storeman, 36 St. Urbain. 

Kerney, Wm., grocer, 112 St. Mary. 

Kerney, Miss, dressmaker, 23 C6t^. 

Kerney, Bryan, house 4 Visitation. 

Kerney, Mathew, storeman, 161 St. Paul in rear. 

Kernick, G. H., clerk, 3 Barclay. 

Kerr, Mrs., house Wellington near Ann. 

Kerr, W., house Prince near Wellington. 

Kerr, John, trader, St. Germain near Alexander. 

Kerr, Robert, house 63 St. Antoine. 

Kerr, M., carpenter, Dorchester near Durham. 

Kerr, W. H., advocate, 21 Little St. James. 

Kerr, James, engineer department, house 54 St. Domi- 
nique. 

Kerr, Mrs. William, house 63 St. Antoine. 

Kerrigan, John, sawyer, 35 St. Maurice. 

Kerry, John, house 136 St. Paul. 

Kershaw, John, general merchant, 14 M<Gill, house 
30 St. Joseph. 



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Kevan, Alex., cabinetmaker, 102 St. Urbain. 

Keys, Charles, trader, Guy near St. Joseph. 

Kidd, William, fruit store, 13 Gosford. 

Kidd, James, smith, St. Phillip near Dorchester. 

Kiddey, John, shoemaker, Sophia lane off Craig. 

Kilcauley, Patk.^dry goods, 80 St. Mary. 

Kilcullen, James, laborer, 41 Sanguinet. 

Kilgour, Joseph, joiner, 191 Notre Dame, house 

Eleanor near Gabriel. 
Killane, Thos., laborer, St. Bernard near Bleury. 
Killoch, Mrs., boarding house, 59 Craig. 
Killpatrick, W., smith, Dorchester near Colborne 

avenue. 
Kilmartin, Mrs., house St. Mary near Gain. 
Kinch, John, police, Ann near Gabriel. 
King, W. H., custom house agent and broker, Custom 

House square. 
King, Patk., gardener, head of Amher&t. 
King, Wm., saddler, 3 M<Gill, house Murray near 

Gabriel. 
King, Chas., baker, Grey Nun near Common. 
King, Mrs., house 85 Craig. 
King, P., gardener, St. Andr6 near Mignonne. 
King, Richard, confectioner, 48 M<GilL 
King, W., moulder, George near Wellington. 
King, P., gardener, head of Amherst. 
King, Thomas, gardener, St. Andr6 near Mignonne. 
Kingan & Kinloch, groceries and wines, 217 St. Paul. 
Kingan, John, house 217 St. Paul. 
Kingan, G., house College. 
Kingsley, Louis, farmer, St. Gabriel farm. 
Kinloch, Wm., house Alexander near Jur6. 
Kinnaird, Geo., carter, court off St. Henry. 
KiNNEAR, D., & Co., (Montreal Herald,) 23 St. Gabriel. 
Kinnear, David, house west Dorchester. 
Kinshela, John, laborer, McCord near Gabriel. 
Kirby, Thos., house Water near Tolentine. 
Kirby, Robert, commissariat office. Water. 
Kirby, Patk., printer, Prince near Gabriel. 
Kirk, David, carpenter, McCord near Gabriel. 
Kirkpatrick, Andrew, cooper, 60 Bonaventure. 
Kirkpatrick, J., printer, 48 St. Elizabeth. 



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Kirkup, Joseph, brushmaker, 138 St. Paul. 

Kirkup, R., house 1 Barclay place. 

Kirkwood, Mra., Aylmer near Sherbrooke. 

Kitchener, Mrs., milliner, 18 Bonaventure. 

Knapp, Joseph, general merchant, Pointe i Callidre, 

boards at St. Lawrence Hall. • 
Knill, John, tailor, 46 Bleury. 
Knoblock, John, cabinetmaker, 1 Recollect. 
Knox, Jas., printer, Herminc near Craig. 
Knubley, Thos., laborer, Murray near William. 
Koester, Mrs. George, tavern, corner Mountain and St. 

Antoine. 
KoUmyer, H., clerk, Christ Church Cathedral, Hermine 

near Jur6. 
Kreighoff, C, artist, Barclay place. 
KuRCZYN, N. P. M., tobacconist, 31 M'Gill, house 

King near William. 
KuRCZYN, Geo., L., advocate, deputy sheriff, house 

King near William. 
KwASNESKi, Stanislas, hot air stove builder, Bona- 
venture, near the Railroad. 
Kyle, Ed., shoemaker, Dorchester near St. Simeon. 
Kyle, Robt., confectioner, 35 Chenneville. 
Kyle, WiUiam, jail guard, Erie. 
Kyte, Charles, house 28 Chenneville. 
LABADIE, J. A., notary public, l^ Little St. James. 
Labadie, J. E. 0., notary, 14 Little St. James, house 38 

Bonaventure. 
Labadie, O., joiner, Montcalm near Dorchester. 
Labadie, Charles, laborer, 30 Salaberry. 
Labatt, Miss, boarding house, 9 Bonaventure. 
Labb^, A., laborer, Fortier near St. Constant. 
Labb6, Frs., carpenter, head of Visitation. 
Labelle, C, stonecutter, corner Dorchester and Brock. 
Labelle, Pierre, carpenter, St. Catherine near St. Denis, 
Labelle, A., carpenter, 72 St. Hubert. 
Labelle, J. B., carpenter, St. Catherine near Sanguinet. 
Labelle, Ant., laborer, Brock near Mignonne. 
Labelle, Olivier, copyist. Visitation near Mignonne. 
Labelle, Frs., laborer, head of Brock. 
Labelle, Mr^. Charles, corner Brock and Dorchester. 
Labelle, Olivier, laborer, 1 50 St. Lawrence. 



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^belle, Vi,; ,°;X'J'?,^''on near Mig„„„„e 

Law.' j"b. Sf «;. *1 S,. Win. ■ 
Labelle, Am., laborer .^ f i "^awence. 

^«belie, Olivier ]«K t, Smalhvood 

fabelle &,' l™hT.*' ^'- P""' "''• 

I-abl e; JosiST," Wolfe. "•"""« "«" ^t. De„i,. 
ttt' ChaSeMaCe; t""^ "«" Dorchester. 

f^bin, Jean, IaCe?D„frf ' ^'"''•eate;. 
I-abonM, Loah h^.',- "^''«- 

I;abn.„che, P,^. ,a^;,^*(^ "T St. Joseph, 
fabranche, Georop V ' '^"nan. 
f-abranche SiS th"* ^ 'Amherst. 
I-abrAche Fr, ?' '^'""^er, head of S. r 

T«k . ^"®' ^nas., cook shn^ iVr ^"^esne. 
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Lacasse, Joseph, mason, Panel near Lagauchetidre. 
Lacasse, Mrs., house Victoria road near St Catherine. 
Lacasse, J. B., laborer, Brock near Mignonne. 
Lacasse, Tousst., joiner. Brock near Mignonne. 
Lacasse, Pierre, quarriyman, Lagaucheti^re. 
Lacasse, Benjamin, carter, Visitation near St. Cbtherine. 
Lacasse, Pierre, carter, head of St. Constant. 
Lacasse, Benj., carter, lane off Campeau. 
Lacey, Geo., plumber, Sanguinet near Dorchester. 
Lacey, John, laborer, Catherine near Gabriel. 
Lachance, 0., mason, 13 Valine. 
Lachance, Joseph, carter. Brock near Mignonne. 
Lachapelle, Louis, butcher, head of Montcalm. 
Lachapelle, Louis, joiner, Voltigeurs. 
Lachapelle, F., beermaker, 124 St. Mary. 
Lachapelle, Andrd, laborer, Visitation near St. Cathe- 



rine. 



Lachapelle, Frs., laborer, head of Brock. 
Lachapelle, Frs., laborer. Brock near Visitation. 
Lachapelle, Jas., carter, 67 St. Mary. 
Lachapelle, Mrs., house 55' St. Joseph. 
Lachapelle, L., beermaker, 117, St. Mary. 
Lachapelle, Joseph., police, 107 Sanguinet. 
Lachapelle, V., carter, 2 Campeau. 
Lachine Canal Office, A. Gough, collector. Canal wharf. 
Lachlan, Major, house Richmond square. 
Lacloche, Joseph, trader, 74 St. Elizabeth. 
Lacombe, P., house Lagauchetiire near St. Urbain. 
Lacombe, Jacques, tavern, corner Lagaucheti^re and St. 

Elizabeth. 
Lacombe, Edward, ball alley, Wolfe near Lagauchetidre. 
Lacombe, Sim6on, trader, St. Catherine near St. 

Denis. 
Lacombe, Jules, laborer, Lagauchetidre. 
Lacombe, Baptiste, carter, Wolfe near Lagaucheti^re. 
Lacombe, Baptiste, laborer, 35 St. Ignace. 
Lacombe, H., laborer, head of Sanguinet. 
Lacombe, Frs., sawyer, head of Sanguinet. 
Lacroix, Paul J., house 29 St. Hubert. 
Lacroix, Hon. J. D., house 3 Bonsecours. 
Lacroix, Peter, carpenter, 86 St. Lawrence. 
Lacroix, Joseph., shoemaker, 37 Campeau. 



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Chester ^"^^^' """"^'o^, Montcalm near Dor- 

L:r'""'p''"-.' "^33 Pa:ef • ''""^"'"'• 

, ^, upp^r Str"^r^r :''^' ^"^^ "- Wlliam, hou. 

I-adurantm, Theodore, smir^rq. »* 

Laflamme: ^ot'cSe? D. t''™ '^«»'"'"*- 
i.aflamme, Augn^tin .^jer' Col '•"" ■ 

nonne. ' °^'' ^"""n'ssionere, house Mig- 

^affan,'^;5;^;-~-. '^^ °<' ^anguinet. 

Lafleur, Ed«4rd, mason 25 T^r:""'"''- 
Lafleur, P. i„\„l T j , ', ^o'entin. 

I-aflenr C^ZT/tf'pJ:"^ "'" Don,hes,er. 

iafleur Jo^ph mason ?"""! "^^^ Montcalm 

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Lafleur, Chas., carpenter, 120 Sanguinet. 

Lafleur, Mrs., laundress, 29 St. George. 

Lafleur, Edward, carter, Panet near Dorchester. 

Lafond, P., joiner, 29 Campeau. 

Lafond, J. E., grocer, corner Dorchester and Sanguinet. 

Lafond, J. E., grocer, and dry goods, 16 St. Lawrence. 

Lafon, Charles, laborer, 98 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

LaFontaine & Berthelot, advocates, 31 Craig. 

LaFontaine, Hon. L. H., house head of Guy. 

Lafontaine, A., carter, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Lafontaine, Olivier, confectioner, 128 St. Joseph. 

Lafontaine, L., dry goods, 143 and 218 St. Paul. 

Lafontaine, G. N. K., bailiff, corner St. Claude and 
Notre Dame. 

Lafontaine, Louis, smith, 156 St. Joseph. 

Lafontaine, Joseph, house Mountain near St. Joseph. 

Lafontaine, Joseph, mason, Montcalm near Dorchester. 

Laforce, Mrs. P., house 46 Panet. 

Laforce, M., butcher, head of Visitation. 

Laforce, Joseph, shoemaker, 54 Amherst. 

Laforest, F. B., smith, 165 St. Joseph. 

Laforest, J. B., mason, Brock near St. Catherine. 

Laforest, Fabien, smith, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Laforest, Louis, laborer, 14 Amherst in rear. 

Laframboise, A., house 71 Craig. 

Lafrance, P., smith, St. Lawrence near Mignonne. 

Lafrance, Louis, bookbinder, 25 St. Gabriel. 

Lafrance, Antoine, carter, head of German. 

Lafrance, 0., cooper, corner St. Catherine and Sanguinet. 

Lafrance, Pierre, laborer, Wolfe near Lagauchetidre. 

Lafrance, Frs., shoemaker, Bar6 off'St. Joseph. 

Lafranchise, J. B., shoemaker, 18 St. Paul. 

Lafranchise, Ls., joiner, head of Brock. 

Lafranchise, Toussaint, baker, St. Catherine near Visi- 
tation. 

Lafranchise, Charles, sawyer, Dufresne. 

Lafranchise, J., carter, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 

Lafrenaye, P. fi., advocate, 8 St. Vincent, house 112 
St. Lawrence. 

Lafrenidre, N., saddler, 14 Salaberry. 

Lafrbni^re, Ctprien, daddler, Jacques Cartier square, 
hoyse 18 Salaberry. 



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WncaiB, Joseph E.,To^7/" Dorchester. 

ten"; ter' ^^^-p-" • ""• 

^f cam; tt;tr, ^^ol^r Dorchester. 
I-afncam, Louis, pUere^' hldtT' ^."•^''es.er. ' 
Lafricain John L., collator 10 B^*"P""««- 
I-agarde, Henri, sh^emS 4.7 ^^nT*^"- 
J-agarde, C, primer, fl^s.'p^ ^'- Maurice. 
I-agarde & Tiffin ^. o ^on^ant. 

I-agarde, A.^S'Tm^'';' V ^t. Paul. : 
I-agasse, Frs., labo" r Br^r "^'"J."*" Dorchester 

^^Axci'^G-ar?^^^^^^^^^ 

Lahaises F^'carter 4 ^' '^ ^""•«- 

^ahaye,ts.,^roSr^^rSt''"r- 
J-ahaye, Gabriel, car, enter DK«^"«=e- 

tSrf' a7 '^''*^ S,.Ctn "'^'». 

l<aird, Alexander W k^ . , 

. rence. ^^ >»<«» »"d shoes, 24 St. Law 

Lamgi Munloch, cooper An^. 
J;ajen„ais, Benjamin, ftrrilgTl" T' ^*"^- 
I«jenna.s, Francis, iJadeT S. Lv' ■^°'*P''- 
Heunesse, J., coJper, ft d;„^ '"^ ""^S'- Jo^ph. 

^a ande, Israel, carpenter 4 i^I^^'y- 

^^Oe. Jo«ph aTC^^^I f.'-'T^a.n.vent^re. 



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JLalibert6, Ovidc, house Panet near Lagaucheti^re, 

Laliberte, F., pilot, corner Visitation and St. Catherine, 

Lamarche, G. D., general dry goods, 49 St. Lawrence. 

Lamarche, Ed., tailor, Lagauchetiere near Montcalm. 

Lamarche, Mrs., house corner Water and Grant. 

Lamarche, F. X., joiner, Mignonne. 

Lamarche, Mrs., house 73 Visitation. 

Lamarche, Joseph, grocer, corner M(Hitealm and La- 
gauchetiere. 

Lamarche, Thomas A., house 103 St. Constant. 

Lamarche, F. X., house corner Lagauchetidre and 
Montcalm. 

Lamalice, Mrs., house St. Emery near St. Denis. 

Lambe, W. B., advocate, 49 Little St. James. 

Lambe,.J. H., house 103 St. Antoine. 

Lamb, James, baker, 104 St. Mary. 

Lamb, Michael, hatter. Prince near WilJiam. 

Lambert, James, tobacconist, Sanguinet. 

Lambert, E,., joiner, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 

Lambert, Mrs. P., house 28 Adolphus. 

Lambert, Thomas, clerk, German near Dorchester. 

Lambert, Louis, joiner, St. Constant. 

Lamesse, Baptiste, carpenter, 44 Voltigeurs. 

Lamesse, Miss, boarding house, 61 Craig. 

Lamontagne, C, bouse Lagaucheti<^re near St. Urbaift^- 

Lamontagne, John, house 132 Sanguinet. 

Lamontagne, Louis, joiner, head of Sanguinet. 

Lamontagne, A., joiner, Montcalm near St. Catherine. 

Lamontagne, J. B., laborer, Devienne. 

Lamontagne, J., laborer, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 

Lamontagne, Miss, dressmaker, Dorchester near St. 
Phillip. 

Lamontagne, Mrs., house 9 St. Lawrence. 

Lamontagne, C. H., notary, St. Joseph, house 11 St» 
Lawrence. 

Lamontagne, A., house Lagauehetidre near St. Urbain. 

Lamontagne, Mrs. Jos., house 1 1 St. Lawrence. 

Lamontagne, Mrs., house corner German and St. Ca-^ 
therine. 

Lamothe, Mrs. O., house Dorchester near St. Phillip. 

Lamothe, G., commission and wine merchant, 11 Si. 
Francois Xavier, house 142 Bleury. 



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, I>ame, house Sa" neaT^f'^nT'' '»' Notre 
I^-noUie A. N., house co"rS, r^'""'""«- 

therine. '"'"^^ ^t Constant and St Ca- 

i-amothe T T '^h^i rerthius. 

^an.ouche;irfedstl"t%t^--B.e„ry. 
f-amo^^he J. Bap S'e^'X" V ?r ^'- ^""«""''- 

I;amo„reu%l%''^^'^ref^jane off St. Joseph. 
Lamoureux, Louis, cciper Dm^^f "*'' Dorchester, 
iamoureux, N., cartel corner fc "^Y Dorchester, 
iamoureux, G. coope;, S^p?^!"^^'- Catherine. 
Lamoureux, Ant., laborer col T"' a*e"°e- 

Lamoureux,L6a„W,joLer St (^L^'-°'^''''i"«- 
Lamoureux, E.,carte; cora^f^iS'""*?^ <^"»an. 

Lamoureux, James, laborer 157T?" '"'* ^o^^ester. 
Lamoureux, Joseph, cartCT fif n- ■■^'^™»«- 

I-ancashl::?,\feX:n?sf??H^«n""^- 

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teftatc1r^^%fi^^^^^^^^^ 

Lander, Daniel, ^"p^nteVlT^rr '""'• 

I'ando.,Mrs.,hourSt.ChltesBr- - 

^ Chester. ^° ^"a"«» Barromfee near Dor- 

"cZLtZ^^' -"- Mignonne and St. 

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Lane, Mrs., house 36 Campeau. 

Lane, John D., assistant commissary general, 17 

Water. 
Lane, Morris, laborer, corner St. Charles Barrom^e and 

Lagaucheti^re. 
Lang, Richard, boot and shoestore, 151 Notre Dame, 

house Fortification lane. 
Lang, Mrs., house 17 St. Louis. 
Lang, Wro., clerk, 48 St. Elizabeth. 
Lang, James, house University avenue. 
Lang, Mrs. M., house 28 Sanguinet. 
Langevin, Joseph, saddler, Bar^ off St. Joseph. 
Langevin, Mrs., boardinghouse, 17 St. Mary. 
Langley, James, cook, Dupr^ lane near St. Joseph. 
Langlois, Mrs., house 37 St. Lewis. 
Langlois, Mrs. Charles, dressmaker, Campeau near 

Lagaucheti^re. 
Langlois, Charles, carter, 64 Montcalm. 
Langstaff, Edward, laborer, 14 Brock. 
Languedoc, Eustace, butcher, 177 St. Joseph. 
Languedoc, Joseph, milkman, court off St. Urbain. 
Lanneau, Prospdre, shoemaker, Panet near Dorchester. 
Lanigan, Paniel, groceries and wines, 178 Notre Dame. 
Lanoit, Ed., cabinetmaker, 144 St. Joseph. 
Lantier, J. 0., house 85 Fortification lane. 
Lantier, Frs., gardener, St. Dominique. 
Lapelletrie, Mrs., house 113 St. Antoine. 
Laperle, Charles N., house 118 St. Dominique.. 
Lap£Ns£e, v. R., forwarding agent, Common, Canal 

wharf. 
Lapierre, Mrs. J., house Brock near Mignonne. 
Lapierre, Ant., carter, Montcalm near Dorchester. 
Lapierre, N., carter, Panet near Dorchester. 
Lapierre, Andr6, carter, Panet near Dorchester; 
Lapierre, Joseph, carter, St. Dominique. 
Lapierre, Louis, jun., house 40 St^ Dominique. 
Lapierre, Fra., German near Mignonne. 
Lapierre, Et., tradfr, Mignonne near German. 
Lapierre, Frs., carter, 116 St. Dominique. 
Lapierre, L. M., carter, Panet near Dorchester. 
Lapierre, Celestin, boardinghouse, George near Common. 
Lapierre, Joseph, carpenter, lane off Bonaventure. 



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^''Pierre; C^tle^aSe';"" "'i^- «""««• 
. St. Paul. ' "PPowte Bonsecoura market 

Lap>:V«' S'-Xh.*"-' •^'"=''- C'^tier square, 

Werre, Joseph, stonecutter h 'i, °°™'"ique. 
f-^P-erre, T., tinsmith' X^'i^ri^fBrock. 

I-apf^nte, Isido're.^addS? aST'.^?'*'^' «1<»^ 
J-apomte, Louis, joiner Iw i ^°»««alm. 
J-apointe, Mrs. jisenh iT ^'•peoige. 
Lapointe, Mrs. jS'^Z^ ^" S'" »«"!»• 
Lapomie, Pierre iZ»r °"^' ^1 St. Andr6 • 
I;apointe; Fred^Jiarn^ V' "-^ Do^heater 
Lapointe, Ant., carter, TS ^'i^'^' ■"»' Wolfe '' 

^P-nte, Antoi„e,''„a'-so%"cle'-'°"P''- 
LapofnteB ' ^*- ^"*«"»« "ear Sangui- 

i-po.i«.::N:^:-;«i;^^om 

I'apointe Wm ' ^evienne. 

Lapointe, , stCcmflr "^ "*" ^"'••'hester. 

Chester. ^"""^'^' ^-^^^ Pane, and bor- 

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Laporte, B., carpenter, 26 Voltigeurs. 

Laporte, Firmin, nailer, 121 St. Joseph. 

Laporte, — , carter, head of Brock. 

Laprise, Charles, butcher, Amherst near Dorchester. 

Lapthorne, James, carpenter, Hermine near Jur6. 

Laponteni^re, Narcisse, tavern, 80 Commissioners. 

Lappage, J., laborer, Tolentin near St. Mary. 

Lappin, Mrs., laundress, 67 Amherst. 

Lappare, Henry, notary public, corner Little St. James 
and St. Lawrence hill. 

Laramie, Jos., carpenter, German. 

Larche, Frs., mason, Brock near Dorchester. 

Larche, L., baker, 70 Visitation. 

Larche, Mrs. L., laundress, Brock near Dorchester. 

Larche, Francis, carter. Brock near Dorchester. 

Lardie, Louis, cooper, Durham. 

Lardie, John, laborer, 20 Wolfe. • 

Lareau, M., carpenter, St. Catherine. 

Larie, Charles, carter, 105 St. Joseph. 

Larie, Charles, carter, 1 16 St. Joseph. 

Lariv4§e, J. B., shoemaker, Mignonne near St. Denis. 

Larivi^re, F., carter, St. Dominique. 

Larividre, A., pedler, head of St. Lawrence. 

Larividre, Louis, barber, 34 St. Maurice. 

Larividre, Mrs. A., head of Sanguinet. 

Larivi^re, C, wheelwright, Montcalm near Dorchester. 

Larivi^re, Andr6, saddler, 54 St. Maurice. 

Lariviere, Isidore, house 118 St. Joseph. 

Larivifere, C. A., carriagemaker, 5 Wolfe. 

Larividre, Joseph, house Dorchester near St. Phillip. 

Lariviere, Pierre, carriagemaker, St. Elizabeth. 

Larividre, Mrs. F. X., grocer, St. Phillip. 

Lariviere, P., carterj head of Visitation. 

Larividre, Frs., potashmaker, Montcalm near St. Ca- 
therine. 

Lariviere, Frs., shoemaker, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Larividre, Iisidore, house Panet near Lagauchetidre. 

Lariviere, Joseph, carter, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 

Lanvidre, Antoine,lal)Offer, St. Ignace near Water. 

Lariviere, J. B., laborer, 2 St. I|nace. 

Lariviere, S., joiner, Montcalm near Dorchester, 

Lariviere, F. X., laborer, 123 St. Lawrence. 



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Larivi^re, Narcisse, waterman, 96 Anjherat. 

Larkin, Henry J., advocate, 27 Little St. James, house 
68 Craig. 

Larkin, Michael, bricklayer, Lagauchetiere near Alex- 
ander. 

Larkin, P., grocery and tavern, corner Gabriel aiad 
Murray. 

Larmondon, Th^ophile, baker, 15 Valine. 

Laroche, M., carpenter, Montcalm near Dorchester. 

Laroche, Eli, shoemaker, head of German. 

Laroche, N., carter, 69 Wolfe. 

Laroche, Joseph, tobacconist, College near laspectoc. 

Laroche, Mrs. J., house St. Catherine. 

Laroche, P., carter. Visitation near St. Catherine. 

Larcchelle,D., shoemaker, Durham near Lagauchetiere. 

Larocque, F. a., office Fortification lane near Place 
d'Armes, house 59 Great St. James. 

Lgrocque, Alfred, house 59 Great St. James. 

Larocque, B., laborer, 4«7 Visitation. 

Larocque, C, Plantagenet water depot, Place d'Armes. 

Larose, Louis, painter, Roy lane. 

Larose, A., shoemaker, head of German. 

Larose, A., sawyer, Mignonne near St Elizabeth. 

Larose, Joseph, joiner, Brock near Lagauchetiere. 

Larose, Henri, laborer, Brock near Lagauchetiere* 

Larose, Antoine, joiner, St. Catherine near Christopher. 

Larose, Mri. L., laundress, St. Dominique. 

Larose, Leon, laborer, St. Dominique. 

Larose, Thomas, shoemaker, Brock near St. Catherine. 

Larose, Mrs., house Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Larose, Joseph, tobacconist. College near Inspector. 

Larose, Mrs., house Inspector near College. 

Larose, M., house 4*4 St. Lawrence. 

Larose, Martin, carter, Dvrham. 

Larouche, J., mason, 13^ St. Lawrence. 

Larte, Fab., carter. Visitation near St. Catherine. 

Lartie, Benjamin, house 33 St. Joseph. 

Lartie. Richard, laborer, off Col borne avenue. 

Larue, Pierre, house 25 St. Constant. 

Larue, L6on, joiner, 29 St. Constant. 

Larue, Charles, carter, 1 1 6 Joseph. 

Latchem, John, bootmaker, Dorchester. 



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Latham, Richard, commission merchant, 28 St. Fran- 
cois Xavier, house Radegonde. 

Latouche, Andr6, carpenter, German. 

Latour, S., stonecutter, Panet. 

Latour, J. B., carter, 62 St. Maurice. 

Latour, Joseph, joiner, German near Mignonne. 

Latour, Joseph, shoemaker, 119 Sanguinet. 

Latour, Louis, painter, Montcalm near Dorchester. 

Latour, E., carter, 119 Sanguinet. 

Latour, J. B., sawyer, court off St. Phillip. 

Latour, F. X., laborer, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 

Latour, Francis, painter, Montcalm near Dorchester. 

Latreille, Joseph, butcher, St. Catherine near Sanguinet. 

Latrimoule, Henry, baker, corner St. Catherine and 
Providence. 

Lattimore, Henry, storeman, Catherine near Gabriel. 

Laughlin, George £., clerk at Post Office, house Kent 
near Colborne avenue. . 

Laughlin, Miss, dressmaker, Vitr6 near C6t6. 

Laughlin, Barny, laborer, 233 St. Joseph. 

Laurence, A., carter, 42 Panet. 

Laurent, Joseph, painter, German near St. Catherine. 

Laurent, George, painter, head of Sanguinet. 

Laurent, David, painter, 25 St. Dominique. 

Laurent, David, tailor, German near Dorchester. 

Laurent, Joseph, tavern, Wellington near the Canal. 

Laurent, S., mason, St. Sim6on. 

Laurent, Francis, mason, 157 St. Lawrence. 

Laurent, J. B., mason, court off Valine. 

Laurent, Mrs. James, house German near St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Laurent, Joseph, stonecutter, Court off Valine. 

Laurie, A., & Co., dry goods, 200 Notre Dame. 

Laurie, A., & Co., wholesale dry goods, 162 St. Paul. 
(See addenda.) 

Laurie, William, house 6 Mountain terrace. 

Laurie, James, house comer St. Catherine and St. 
Charles Barrom6e. 

Laurie, D., planomaker, 37 St. Lawrence. 

Laurier, E., house Brock near Dorchester. 

Laurier, Mrs. Joseph, house corner St. Catherine and 
Visitation. 



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Laurin, B., carter, Dorchester near German. 
Laurin, Mrs., house lane ofT Panet. 
Laurin, Joseph, carter, 156 St. Lawrence. 
Laurin, Baptiste, carter, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Laurin, Charles, laborer, 138 St Joseph. 
Laurin, Mrs., house 11 Wolfe. • 

Laurion, B., laborer, Brock near Mignonne. 
Lauzon, M., millwright, St. Dominique. 
Lauzon, Frs., cooper, 52 St. Charles Barromle. 
Lauzon, N., laborer, Mignonne near Brock. 
Lauzon, Joseph, carter, Mignonne near Brock. 
Lauzon, Pierre, waterman, Mignonne near Brock. 
Lauzon, J. B., laborer, Visitation near Mignonne. 
Lauzon, Frs., cooper, 5 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Lauzon, Frs., cooper. 111 St. Charles Barrom^e. 
Lauzon, Misses, grocers, Brock near Mignonne. 
Lauzon, J., carter, Visitation near St. Catherine. 
Lauzon, Paul, house lane off St. Elizabeth. 
Lauzon, Pierre, carter, Fortier near St. Dominique. 
La valine, Gascon, laborer, Dufresne. 
Lavall^e, Pierre, smith, St. Margaret. 
Lavall^e, Baptiste, laborer, west Dorchester. 
Lavande, Frs., joiner, Mignonne near Brock. 
Lavender, H., merchant tailor, 109 Notre Dame. 
Lavender, J., tailor, Radegonde near Craig. 
Laverdure, Pierre, mason, court off St. Elizabeth. 
Lavere, Manuel, house 107 St. Joseph. 
Laverock, Mrs. William, grocer, 97 Craig. 
Laverock, James, boardinghouse, 95 Craig. 
Laverri^re, Pierre, smith, St. Maurice. 
Lavers, Mrs., house head of Visitation. 
La vers, Wm., stonecutter, head of Visitation. 
Lavery, John, laborer, court oflf Gabriel. 
La very. P., tailor, 31 St. Dominique. 
Lavicount, Mrs., house Brunswick, Beaver hall. 
Lavicount, A. K., house Drummond. 

Lavigeur, , carter, court off Panet. 

La vigeur, Joseph, laborer, St. Lewis street, C6t^ i Baron. 
Lavigne, H., carter, Brock near Dorchester. 
Lavigne, M., butcher, head of St. Constant. 
Lavigne, 0., grocer, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Lavigne, E., butcher, head of St. Constant. 



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Lavigne, Amabic, joiner, 38 Panet. 
Lavigne, Charles, sto '?cutter, 20 Salaberry. 
Lavigne, T., shopmaker, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Lavigne, Mrs., house St. Catherine near German, 
Lavigne, Basil, shoemaker, 48 St. Antoine. 
Lavigne, Lambert, carpenter, Barfe off St, Joseph. 
Lavigne, Joseph, waterman, Chaboillez. 
Lavigne, Joseph, laborer, St. Lewis C6te k Baron. 
Laviolette, M., butcher, head of Visitation. 
Laviolette, H., dry goods, 82 St. Paul. 
Laviolette, Joseph, laborer, court off Sanguinet. 
Laviolette, J. B., butcher, Mignonne. 
Laviolette, L., cooper, William near Ann. 
Lavoie, Pierre, butcher, Dorchester near St. Denis. 
Lavoie, G., shoemaker, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 
Lavoie, Antoine, carter, 123 St. Lawrence. 
Lavoie, Isidore, laborer, St. Dominique. 
Lavoie, Mrs. R., house 95 St. Dominique. 
Lavoie, Moses, tailor, 146 St. Joseph. 
Lavoiseur, Flavien, grocer, 34 Amherst. 
Law, James, house, corner Sherbrooke and Aylmer. 
Law, Wm., shoemaker, St. Constant. 
Lawley, Wm., carver and gilder, 167 Notre Dame. 
Lawlor, P., government clerk, 44 St. Antoine. 
Lawlor, Edward, laborer, Montcalm near St. Mary. 
Lawlor, Frs., house 17 Mountain. 
Lawlor, John, laborer, Colborne. 
Lawlor, Mrs., laundress, 71 St. Antoine. 
Lawrence, J., railroad contractor, German. 
Lawrence, Alex., carter, Lafontaine off Visitation. 
Lawrence, Frs., laborer, 10 Adolphus. 
Lawrence, Edward, laborer, 12 Adolphus. 
Lawrence, Thomas, clerk, house 44 St. Joseph. 
Lawrence, Louis, laborer, St. Ignace near St. Mary. 
Lay, R. W., bookseHer, 22 Great St. James, house 
Brunswick. 

Lay, , tailor, 52 St. Maurice. 

Layotte, — , carpenter. Inspector off St. Joseph. 
Lazure & Fr6re, dry goods, 108 St. Paul. 
Leach, Rev. Dr. W. T., house at M'Gill College. 
Learmont, Wm., watchmaker, 147 Notre Dame. 
Leavers, James, merchant tailor, 185 Notre Dame. 



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Leaky, Michael, laborer, M'Cord near Wellinglon. 
Lear, Thomas, laborer, corner St. Urbain and St. Ca* 

therine. 
Lea, Misa E,, dry goods, 114 St. Mary. 
Lebeau, Antoine, laborer, 127 St. Lawjrence. 
Lebeau, J. B., laborer, 66 St. Denis. 
Lebeau, Pierre, carter, head of Visitation. 
Lebeau, Nicholas, trader, Visitation near St. Catherine. 
Lebeau, Jos., carter, corner Visitation and Mignonne. 
Lebeau, Frs, carter, corner Visitation and Mignonne. 
Lebeau, Frs., carter, Panet near Dorchester. 
Lebeau, Charles, engineer, 67 St. Maurice. 
Lebert, Victor, butcher, 120 St. Antoine. 
Lebert, Frs., stonecutter, 71 St. Hubert. 
Lebelle, Mrs., seamstress, court off St. Charles Bar- 

rom6e. 
Leblanc, Ovide, notary public, 3 Bonsecoure. 
Leblanc, Germain, tavern, 107 St. Paul. 
Leblanc, P., tailor, 69 St. Lewis 
Leblanc, Francois, butcher, head of Fullum. 
Leblanc, Joseph, carpenter, Acqueduct near St. Joseph. 
Leblanc, Joseph, tavern, 34 Commissioners. 
Leblanc, D., grocer, St. Constant. 
Leblanc, Francois, superintendent of water workt, 

house 39 Bona venture. 
Leblanc, Charles A., advocate, 12 Sanguinet. 
Leblanc, Sim6on, mason, Devienne. 
Leblanc, Charles £., clerk, 24 Sanguinet. 
Leblanc, S., carter, Panet near Dorchester. 
Leblanc, J. H., clerk, 47 St. George. 
Leblanc, Joseph, carter, Adoiphus. 
Leblanc, Julien, carter, head of Brock. 
Leblanc, J. B., carter, St, Catherine. 
Leblanc, Louis, joiner, Wotfe near St. Catherine. 
Leblanc, Frs., laborer, 1 1 Amherst. 
Leblanc, Charles E., house Sanguinet near Vitr^. 
Leblanc, Frs., cook-shop, St. Victoire near St. Paul. 
Lebrun, Louis, shoemaker, head of Sanguinet. 
Leclair, F. & J., general dry goods, 109 St. Paul. 
Leclair, Francis, house Union avenue near Sherbrooke. 
Leclaire, William, stonecutter, Jur6. 
Leclaire, Mrs. J., house 82 St. Dominique. 

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Leclaire, Pv tavern and boarding house^ Jacques Car- 
tier square. 

Leclaire, Joseph, carter, Acqueduct near St. Josepb. 

Leclaire, Janvier, carpenter, St. Catherine. 

Leclaire, Louis, sawyer. Brock near Mignonne. 

Leclaire, J. 0.,iiouse Lagaucheti^re. 

Leclaire, Louis, baker, St. Catherine near St. Eliza- 
beth. 

Leclaire, J., bookkeeper, 43 Sanguinet. 

Leclaire, Louis, baker, corner St. Catherine and St. Eli- 
zabeth. 

Leclaire, Mrs., huckster, Montcalm near Panet. 

Leclaire, Mrs., house 83 St. Hubert. 

Leclerc, John A., leather store, 174 St. Paul. 

Leclerc, Louis, stonecutter, head of Panet. 

Leclerc, Fierre, laborer, 4 Wolfe. 

Lecompte, Frs., carter, St. Andr^. 

Leconnpte, T., carter, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 

Lecompte, M., carter, 112 St. Constant. 

Lecompte, Louis, mason, 108 St. Urbain. 

Lecompte, Francois, carter, 123 St. Lawrence. 

Lecompte, S., stonecutter, corner St. Simeon and De- 
vienne. 

Lecompte, George, looking glasses, &c., Hay marked 
square. 

Lecompte, Seraphin, mason, 31 Perthius. 

Lecompte, Louis, house head of Sanguine*. 

Lecompte, Jerome, roofer, 69 St. Dominique. 

Lecompte, Augustin, carter, head of Sanguinet. 

Lecompte, 0., carter, St. Emery off St. Denis. 

L'Ecuyer, P. F. E., house 79 St. Paul. 

Ledoux, J. B., joiner, St. Dominique. 

Ledoux, A., laborer. Brook near Lagauchetidre. 

Ledoux, Antoine, carter, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 

Leduc, Clovis, carriagemaker, 50 and 52 St. Antoiner 

Leduc, J. B., laborer, 40 Montcalm. 

Leduc, D., & Co., bakers, court off St. EUzabeth. 

Leduc, Miss, house 77 St. Mary. 

Leduc, Louis, storeman, Jure near Bleury. 

Leduc, Joseph, house 150 Sanguinet. 

Leduc, Louis, shoemaker, 170 St. Joseph. 

Leduc, J. B., saddler, 60 St. Joseph. 



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Leduc, Louis, farmer 94 <5* a . 
pduc, Louis boaTman 35 i* ^°*"'"^- 
^educ. D., carter M-r, ^^^^^enture. 
L*»P rh^ls caner, Montcalm near Sf r.tu • 
J^ee, Charles, sai maker A n« ^4- ^athenne. 

LeeMING & SABlvi " °."^- 

. cha„,s, 17 I^Fr CSir' "<""""-'- ««- 
Leemino- & Qok- ^«"5ois Aavier. 

I.p. ' ™^'' *5 St. Paul, houae St. Phil- 

Lereb„^M..C..,a„„a,e.,A.he.t„earI.a^„ehe. 

te?rr!;a^-\^;'',f3«'-^o.ph. 

I-eftvre, Miss h^lJv^ I ^ ^^''gu'net. 

Lefdvre, Pierre laK^ '^ Elizabeth. 
Wf vre, Michael LZ'lyZ/'^^^- 

I-erevre, Joseph, house IM cf ? '"•Denis. 
Leftvre, F X ^,, ^'- Joseph. 

Leghorn Tkos.' Zl^l'' '^' ^'^ •^"^'Ph- 
Legris, Miss, houseT. |[' hT '"^^'- ^""^^n'- 

Leighton, Mrs p "'t'"^'^®'^* Devienne. ^"^- 

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Leith, J., servant, Legaucheti^re near St. Dominique^ 

Lemage, R^mi, house Chaboillez off St. Joseph. 

Lemaire, L., grocer, Panet near Dorchester. 

Lemaire, Joseph, laborer, Allard off Visitation. 

Lemaire, Phillip, sawyer, Allard off Visitation, 

Lemaire, Pierre, cabinetmaker, 82 Bonaventure. 

Lemaitre, John, printer, Lagauehetidre near St. £liza> 
beth. 

Lemay, F., trader, 138 Sanguinet. 

Lemay, P., millwright, 99 Amherst.. 

Lemay, Mrs., trader, 5^ St. Mary. 

Lemay, Frs., house St. Catherine. 

Lemay, Henri, pilot, German. 

LeMesurier (H.), Routh, (H. L.,) & Co.,|enenil mer- 
chants, Common, opposite the Upper Wharf. 

Lemoine, B. H., cashier People's Bank, Great St. 
James. 

Lemers, Alexander, house Smallwood lane off Panet. 

Lemeur, Louis, shoemaker, Montcalm near St. Gath^^ 
rine. 

Lemieux, Joseph, mason, 32 St. George. 

Lemieux, M., sawyer, St. Catherine near Amherst. 

Lemoine, James, joiner, 58 St. Elizabeth. 

Lemoine, Mrs., house St. Elizabeth near Dorclicisli»r. 

Lemoine, Joseph, mason, 71 St. Antolne. 

Lemoine, Mrs., house 37 St. Constant. 

Lemoine, George, shoemaker, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Lemoine, Z., joiner, head of Montcalm. 

Lemoine, Joseph, joiner, head of Sanguinet. 

Lemonde, X., printer, 62 St. Denis. 

Le Moniteur Canadien, (French, weekly), DeMontigny,. 
7& St. Paul. 

Lemon, Mrs., laundress, 102 St. Urbain. 

Lemuire, Maxime, house 23 Tolentin. 

Lemuire, Miss, house 70 St. Hubert. " 

Lenaghan, Bernard, smith, Nazareth near Gabriel. 

Lennon, Michael, dry goods, 82 St. Mary. 

Lennon, Wm., clerk, 237 St. Joseph. 

Lennon, H. F., painter, 243 St. Joseph. 

Lennon, Mrs., house Queen near Wellington. 

Lenoir, Joseph, advocate, 25 St. Gabriel, house Her- 
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Lenoir, Rolland, pedier, St. Amable lane, house 112 St. 
Joseph. 

Lenoir, George, shoemaker, 74i Bonaventure. 

Leonard, T., grocer, 68 St. Lawrence. 

Leonard, John, waterman, 27 Inspector. 

Leonard, Alexander, shoemaker, 21 St. Mary. 

Leonard, John, huckster, foot of Cemetery. 

Leonard, Bernard, laborer, south side of Canal. 

Leonard, P., shoemaker, 86 St. Dominique. 

Leonard, Mrs., laundress, Wellington near Ann. ' 

Lepage, Olivier, general hardware, 74« St. Paul. 

Lepage, I., joiner, iS St. Lawrence. 

Lepage, Olivier, hardware, 43 St. Dominique. 

Lepage, Mrs. H., house 33 Bonaventure. 

Lepage, A., carpenter, Edward lane off St. Joseph. 

Lepage, Joseph, shoemaker, German near St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Lepage, C, house Adolphus off St. Mary. 

Lepage, Mrs., seamstress, court off St. Elizabeth. 

Lepage, Hypolite, stonecutter, corner German and St. 
Catherine. 

It ■^■■'f J. B., carter. Brock near Mignonne. 

i-.y < .aon, Mrs., boarding house, corner Craig and St. 
Urbain. 

Leprohon, E. M., house corner Radegonde and Lagau- 
chetidre. 

Leprohon, L. B., house Dorchester, west. 

Leprohon, J. P., sen., house St. Catherine near St. 
Denis. 

Lerpux, Mrs. Isidore, house 36 Mountain. 

Leroux, Pierre, shoemakek*, 25 St. Constant. 

Leroux, Ant., saddler, 78 St. Elizabeth. 

Leroux, John, sawyer, St. Catherine near Alexander. 

Leroux, L6on, joiner, head of St Urbain. 

Lesage, Simeon, joiner, court off St. Urbain. 

Lesage, Ant., shoemaker, head of German. 

Lescarbeau, J. B., tavern, 51 St. Paul. 

Lescarbeau, Michel, carter, 32 Montcalm. 

Lesidge, Jos., grocer, 43 St. Paul. 

Lesidge, Jos., shoemaker, St. Catherine near St. Char- 
les Barrom6e. 

Lesidge, B., gardener, 29 Janvier. 

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Lesuc, Starnes & Co.) general merchants, 190 Notre 
Dame, and 3 Recollect. 

Leslie. Hon. J., bouse St. Mary Cottage, Partenai9 off 
St. Mary. 

Leslie, E. S., house St. Mary Cottage, Partenais. 

Leslie, P., house St. Mary Cottage, Partenais. 

Leslie, James, engineer. Col borne near Wellington. 

Leslie, Wm., coppersmith, Mountain. 

Lesp^rance, Joseph, boat builder, south side Canal. 

Lesp^rance, Mrs. B., house 69 Water. 

Lesp^rance, Louis, laborer, 6 St. Genevieve. 

Lesp6rance, A., trader, Dorchester near St. Elizabeth. 

Lesp^rance,' Joseph, butcher, Dufresne. 

Lessart, Frs., gardener, 12 Beaudry terrace. 

Lesueur, P., bank-teller, 78 St. Charles Barrom^, 

Letang, Eustace, house 179 St. Joseph. 

Letang, Edward, grocer, St. Catherine near Tolentin. 

Letang, X., smith, 88 Bona venture. 

LeTourneux, P. L>, secretary Mutual Insurance Com- 
pany, 1 St Sacrament. 

Lettore, H. R., tailor, corner Mignonne and Brock. 

Letter^, Amable, bailiff, 66 Montcalm. 

Lettor^^ Joseph, printer, 15 St. Vincent. 

Leveillee, Joseph, voyageur, St. Catherine near Christo- 
pher. 

Leveill^e, J., smith, 149 St. Lawrence. 

Leveill6e, Jean, carpenter, Mignonne near St. Denis» 

Leveill^, Z., stonecutter, Mignonne. near St. Denis. 

Leveillee, Pierre, laborer, St. Andr6. 

Leveill6e dit Thibault, , carter, 175 St. Lawrence. 

Leveiller, C, waterman, St. Catherine near Montcalm. 

Leveiller, Joseph, cabinetmaker, 10 St. Mary. 

Levosque, Luke, house 110 St. Elizabeth. 

Levesque, Ant.^ house Craig near St. Gabriel. 

Levesque, ', carter, Bonaventure near Mountain. 

Levesque, P., laborer, 113 Sanguiuet. 

Levesque, Ant.,trade(, corner Mignonne and Brock. 

Levet, John, tobacco and snuff manufacturer and im- 
porter of cigars and fancy goods, 115 Notre Dame. 

Levey, John, wholesale tobacco, snuff, &c., St. Lambert. 

Levin, Bernard, furrier and capmaker, 99 St. Paul. 

Levine, F. p., Exchange Coffee house, Exchange court, 
St. Paul. 



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Levine, W. B., hotel, Jacques Cartier square. 

LsvT, Alexander, china, glass, &c., corner Notre 

Dame and St. Gabriel. 
Levy, Mrs. A., capmaker, 29 St. Antoine. 
Lewis, J. & D., general dry goods, 133 Noire Dame. 
Lewis, D., hou8e 76 St. Antoine. 
Lewis, Wm., smith, 18 Panet. 
Lewis, John,|cu8tom8 department, Phillips' square. 
Lewis, James, merchant, house Brunswick. 
Lewis, Mrs. H., house Phillips' square. 
Lewis, John, bricklayer, St. Denis. 
Lewis, Thomas, shoemaker, 34> St. Greorge ia rear. 
Lewthwaite, Samuel, tailor, German near Mignonne. 
L'Hussier, L., sawfiler, 16 Bonaventure. 
Liddell, Mrs., stor«, Wellington near King. 
Liddell, Robert, waterman, Lagauchetii^re near Bleury. 
Lignidre, P., Hotel de PAmitie, Dorchester neaf St. 

Charles Barrom^e. « 
Lillie, Thomas, carter, Voltigeurs near St. Mary. 
Lillie, John, carter, Albert off Colborne avenue 
Limoges, F. X., house 108^ St. Dominique. 
Limoges, Mrs. Paul, laundress, Cbcistopher near St. 

Catherine. 
Limoges &> Brother, dry goods, 49 St. Lawrence. 
Lindley, Frederick, currier, lane off Vitr6. 
Lindsay, Wm., conmiis^on merchant, St. Joseph near 

St. Paul, house Brunswick. 
Lindsay, Charles, commission agent, Nun's buildings St. 

Joseph. 
Lindsay, Mrs., laundress, head of St. Lawrence^ 
Lindsay, Thomas, maltster, Woodyard near Water* 
Linegar, James, tailor, Panet near St. Mary. 
Linley, Charles, bellowsmaker, 16^ St. Joseph. 
Linton, Samuel, shoemaker, 28 St. Urbaln. 
Lionais, H., house Cadieux St., C6t6 a Baron. 
Lister, Mrs. £., 2 Eodier place, St. Antoine. 
Liston, James, musician, I^gauchetidre near Alexander. 
Litle, John, painter, 100 St. Dominique. 
Little, Miss P., grocer 78 St. Mary. 
Little, Mrs. J., corner Voltigeurs and Lagaucbetiere. 
Little, Wm., polisher and varaisher, 100 St. Dominique. 
Little, J., sen., house 98 St. Dominique. 



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Liverpool and London fire and Life Insurance Com- 
pany, (J. H. Maitland, general agent,) corner Place 
d'ArL^ies and Notre Dame. 

Livingston, John, smith. Prince near Common. 

Lizotte, Augustin, engineer, St. Elizabeth. 

Lloyd's Agents in Montreal, Ryan Brothers Sc Co. 

Llotd, William, painter and paperhanger, corner 
Great St. James and St. Peter, house Fortification 
lane. 

Lloyd, J., bank clerk, house Lagauchetidre near Bleury. 

Lochhead, Matthew, cabinetmaker, 27 Janvier. 

Lock, Forrest, engineer, 15 Gain. 

Lock, F.W., artist, Barclay near St. Mary. 

Lock, James, engineer, Nazareth. 

Lockwood, John, laborer, 85 St. Mary. 

Lockwood, Wm., painter, Murray near Gabriel. 

Loflus, Mrs., seamstress, 38 Amherst. 

Logan, W. E., Provincial Geologist, 5 St. Grabriel. 

Logan, Thomas, & Co., grocers, corner St. Charles 
Barrom^e and Dorchester. 

Logan, Thomas, grocer, Partenais near St. Mary. 

Logan, Andrew, bootmaker, 62 Bleury. 

Lognon, Mrs. A., house St. Catherine. 

LoiSELLE, A., keeper of the Court House, Notre Dame. 

LoiSELLE, F. X., merchant tailor, 25 McGill. 

Loison, Paul, carter. Bare off St. Joseph. 

lione, Mrs., house court off St. Monique. 

Lone, Wm., milkman, Mountain. 

Lone, John, carter, Durham near Dorchester. 

Long, J., wholesale grocer, 224 St. Paul, boards at Du- 
clos' hotel. College. 

Long, William, trader. Prince near William. 

Long, Frederick, machinist, St. Henry near College. 

Longfield, Wm., brickmaker, head of Fullum. 

Longfield, Thomas, carter, Murray near William. 

Longmore, Matthew, printer, Nun's buildings, St Joseph. 

Longpre, J. B., house Sanguinet. 

Longpr6, Louis, baker, St. Catherine near Panet. 

Longpre, Ls., cabinetmaker, 109 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Loomis, John, miller. Gain off St. Mary. 

Looney, John, engineer, Bonaventure. 

Loranger, J., grocer, corner Montcalm and Dorchester. 



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Iioranger, Thomas J. J., advocate, house 22 St. Deaia* 

Loranger, L. J., dry goods, 69 St. Paul, house St. Deoia. 

Loranger, Olivier, clerk, 14« Viger square. 

Lord, Mrs. P., dressmaker, 7 L St. Mary. 

Lorge, Cornelius, hatter, Jur6. 

Lorion, Louis, cahinetmaker, 22 Montcalm. 

Lorion, Mark, joiner, 24 Mor^calm. 

Lortie, A., leather, &c., Jacques Cartier square, house 

(St. Antoine. 
Loson, Joseph, carter, 19 Chaboillea. 
Loson, Francis, cooper, 19 Alexander. 
Loson, Mrs., green grocer, 51 St. Mary. 
Lothian, Adam, plumber, Dorchester near St. S^m6on. 
Louffr6, Ls., laborer, 5 Water. 
Lougheed, A., tailor, Anderson near Lagauchetidre. 
Loughman, Denis, laborer. Common near Prince. 
LouGHRY, J., paints, oil and glass, 154 St. Paul. 
Louis, Mrs., house Hermine near Lagavchetidre. 
Louis, Andr^, house 34 Amherst. 
Lourie, Archibald, house 31 St. Maurice. 
Louzon, Peter, carpenter, off 70 St. Antoin^. 
Loveridge, John, confectioner, lH St. Mary. 
Lovelace, R., French) German, and Spanish translator, 

62 St. Charles Barroro^. 
LoviuLL, John, printer and publisher, 5 and 7 St 

Ki'^hDlao, house St. Nicholas. 
Lovell, WiUiam, printer, 19 Chenneville. 
Lovett, John, grocer, S St. Paul. 
Lovis, Mrs., boarding house, Hermine. 
Low, Charles A., house 6 Portland place. 
Low, John, tavern, Wellington. 
Low, Jas., bricklayer, Wellington near Durham. 
Lucas, Andrew, shoemaker, 8t. Constant. 
Lucas, George P., bookkeeper, Pufresne. 
Lucy, John, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 
Ludlam, William, house St. Helen. 
Ludlow, Christopher, laborer, Murray near WeULngtoQ. 
Luerin, Christopher, carpenter, 90 St. Hubert. 
LuLHAM, George, Shakspeare Inn, 12 St. Fran^oi^ 

Xavier. 
Lunan, Timothy, laborer, 41 Voltigeurs. 



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Lunn, William, house Sherbrooke opposite Bleury. 

Lupien, James, laborer, 100 St. Charles Barromee. 

Lupien, Amable, laborer, Bonaventure. 

Lupien, Albert, stonecutter, 97 St. Urbain. 

Lupien, Charles, trader, 10 Visitation. 

Lusher, Edward, commission merchant and steam- 
boat agent, St. Joseph near St. Paul, house Eior- 
chester, corner St. George. 

Lusignan, Charles, confectioner, 41 St. Lawrence. 

Lusk, Mrs. R., seamstress, 56 St. Elizabeth. 

Lusty, James, gardener, 37 St. Antoine. 

Lussier, C., tavern, 234> St. Paul. 

Lussier, Edward, laborer, Dupre lane. 

Lussier, Ls., grocer, 131 Sanguinet. 

Luzon, F., butcher. Seigneur near St. Joseph. 

Lyman, William, & Co., (Benjamin and Henry Ly- 
man,) wholesale druggists, 194 and 196 St. Paul. 

Lyman, S. J.,& Co., chemists and druggists, 143 Notre 
Dame, corner Place d'Armes. 

Lyman, Wm., house 85 Bleury. 

Lyman, Benj., house between 21 and 23 St.Monique. 

Lyman, Henry, house 63 Great St. James. 

Lyman, Miss, ladies' school, 7 St. Helen. 

Lyman, S. Jones, house 7 St. Helen. 

Lyman, Theodore, (of Savage and Lyman,) house 7 St. 
Helen. 

Lyman, J., stonecutter, German near St. Catherine. 

Lyman, A., stonecutter, German near St. Catherine. 

Lynch, James, laborer, Bleury near St. Catherine. 

Lynch, James, laborer, 7 St. Edward. 

T^ynch, John, laborer, St. Germain off Bleury. 

Lynch, John, laborer, William near Colborne. 

Lynch, P., gardener, head of Fullum. 

Lynch, Patrick, overseer, Hermine near Jur6. 

Lynch, Patrick, trader, Colborne near William. 

Lynch, Mrs. Wm., house Vallee. 

Lynch, Martin, tailor, Lagaucheti^re, near Montcalm. 

Lynch, Hugh, house Colborne avenue. 

Lynch, Patrick, laborer, court off Gabriel. 

Lyon, John, carpenter, Nazareth near Gabriel. 

Lyons, Louis J., & Co., wholesale clothiers and furriers, 
210 St. Paul. 



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Lyons, Patrick, laborer, 38 Salaberry. 

Lyons, Daniel, laborer. Queen near Wellington. 

Lyons, Thomas, police, 2 Montcalm. 

Lyons, John, coflee roaster, Drake^s court off College. 

Lyons, Mrs., grocer. Common near Prince, 

Lyttle, R. E., shoemaker, McCord near Gabriel. 

M'ADAM, JAMES, clerk, Hermine near Jur6. 

M'Adam, Charles, storeman, head of St Lawrence. 

M'Anany, Mrs., house 64 Sanguinet. 

M' Andrew, Robert, general dry goods, 154 Notre 

Dame. 
M'Arthur, John, clerk, Vitr6 near St. Urbain. 
M'Arthur, John, house corner Colbomeand St. Joseph. 
M'Arthur, James, plumber, 7 St. Peter. 
M'Auley, Mrs. James, tavern, 55 St. Paul. 
M'Auley, John, laborer, 162 St. Joseph. 
M'Avoy, M., pipemaker, 45 St. Lawrence. 
M'.3ride, Joseph, cabinetmaker, White's lane off Vitr6, 
M'Bride, Wm., confectioner, 33 McGill. 
M'Cabe, Peter, laborer, Wellington near Ann. 
M'Cabe, Mrs., laundress, 46 St. George. 
M'Cadden, Mrs. M., Colbome near Gabriel. 
M'Caffry, Mrs., laundress, Catherine near (rabriel. 
M'Caffry, J., tailor, 34 St. George. 
M'Caffry, Wm., gardener, 76 Mountain. 
M'Call, Patrick, laborer, Murray near William. 
M'Callum, Dr. D., 31 McGill. 
M'Call im, Charles F., dry goods, 138 Notre Dame, 

house 22 St. Antoine. 
M'Callum, John, pianoforte maker, Dorchester near 

Bleury. 
M'Cambridge, Alex., tavern, Prince near Common. 
M'Cann, J., bricklayer. Cemetery near Bona venture. 
M'Cann, John, dry goods and clothing, 206^ Notre Dame. 
M'Cann, George, grocer. Busby lane off Craig. 
M'Cann, John, police, 16 Tolentin. 
M'Cann, Patrick, laborer, William near Murray. 
M'Cann, Matthew, carter, 14 St. George. 
M'Canniff, James, tailor, Gabriel near Prince. 
M'Cardle, Owen, laborer, Murray near William. 
M'Carney, Mrs. Neil, house German near Dumarais. 
M'Cartey, Mrs. John, house 67 Sherbrooke. 



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M^Cartey, Mrs. B., laundress, Montcalm near St. Mary. 
M'Cartey, Mrs., laundress, McCord near Gabriel. 
M'Cartey, D., tailor, Drake's court, College. 
M'Cartey, Charles, carter, Colborne avenue. 
M'Cartey, Charles, trader, Chaboillea. 
M'Cartey, Jas., carter, court off St. Margaret. 
M'Cartey, Mrs. Charles, laundress, 12 St. George in relir. 
M'Cfc rtin, Michael, carter, court off St. Margaret. 
M'Cauley, J., tailor, Jur6 near St. George. 
M'Cleery, Mrs., house 46 St. Dominique. 
M'Cleggow, Dr., 20th Regiment, Water near Tolentin. 
M'Clellan, John, soap and candle factory, Wellington 

St, near the Canal. 
M'Clemment, William, tavern, 75 St. Lawrence. 
M'Cleverty, Alexander, tailor, Colborne avenue. 
M'Clintock, Andrew, laborer, Gabriel near Nazareth. 
M'Closkt, John, dyer and scourer, 38 Sanguinet. 
M'Clure, William, laborer, court off St. Elizabeth. 
M'CoNKET, SAStufiL, ooAfectioner and restaurant, 107 

Notre Dame. 
M'Connell, Wm., purser, Catherine near Gabriel. 
M'Connell, Bdwaixi, carter, St. Joseph. 
M'Cobmbe, Frs., ropemaker, Colborne avenue. 
M'Coombe, John, hquse 118 St. Mary. 
M'Cord, Hon. J. S., judge, house Cdte des Neiges rdad, 

opposite fhe Priests' farm. 
M'Cord, Mrs., house St. G«rmain off Bleury. 
M'Cormack, Mrs. Wnu, house 73 Bonav^titure. 
M'Cormack, James, house Dorchester near Colborne 

avenue. 
M'Cormack, Arthur, pedler, Jacques Cartier square. 
M'Cormack, Thos., tavern, 31 St. Paul. 
M'Cormack, George, police, Roy lane near, St. Joseph. 
M'Cormick, Robeit, bailiff, 83 Craig. 
M'Cormiok, C, messenger, house 10 St. Maurice. 
M'Cormick, Mrs., trader, 56 St. Paxil. 
M'Cormick, Michael, grocer, 42^ St. Mary. 
M'Coy, John, house 52 St. Dominique. 
M'Coy, Mrs», confectioner, 130 St. Mary. 
M'Cracken, Charles, saddler, corner M'Gill and Notre 

Dameb 
M'Crank, Neil, tavern, 133 Commissioners. 



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M'Crea, Mrs. P., dry goods, 101 St. Lawrence. 

M'Crea, James, laborer, Gabriel near Ann. 

M'Crea, Miss, dressmaker, 104- St. Joseph. 

M'Cready, T., tavern, 35 Mountain. 

M'Cready, Thos., shoemaker, Port. 

M'Cready, — , grocer, corner St. Mary and Gain. 

M'Crokan, Terence, trader, head of Alexander. 

M'Crory, Ed., house corner Sanguinet and Dorchester. 

M'Crum, Matthew, tailor, 14 St. Mary. 

M'CuAiG, J. S., & Co., forwarders, &c., William op- 
posite Grey Nun. 

M'Cuaig, J. S., house Lagaucheti^re near Alexander. 

M'Cubbin, Wm., tailor, St. Edward near Bleury. 

M'Cue, Mrs., house Prince near Common. 

M'CuLLOCH, Michael, M. D., house 11 St. Gabriel. 

M'CuUoch, Wm., house Alexander near Jur6. 

M'CuUoch, Andrew, house 64 St. Dominique. 

M'Culloch, Mrs. H., house 4 St. Phillip. 

M'Cutcheon, John, grocer, 22 Queen square. 

M'Derby, John, inkmaker, off Colborne avenue. 

M'Dermott, Bernard, store, McCord near Gabriel. 

M'Dermott, Miss, dressmaker, 13 St. George. 

M'Dermott, Michael, bricklayer, St. Germain off Bleury. 

M'Dermott, Mrs., laundress, McCord near Gabriel. 

M'Dermott, Patrick, laborer, Wellington near Prince. 

M'Dermott, Mrs., charwoman, Kempt near Gabriel. 

M'Dermott, James, boatman, lane off Montcalm. 

M'DoNALD, Donald, printer and publisher of the 
Transcript, 2 Hospital, house 6 Hospital. 

M'DoNALD, John, ship smith. Common near Youville. 

M'Donald, J. F., civil engineer. College near Dupr6. 

M'DoNALD, J., groceries and wines, 83 St. Lawrence 
and 90 St. Joseph- 

M'Donald, J. W., advocate, 12 St. Vincent. 

M'Donald, D., grocer and tavern, corner Wellington 
and Prince. 

M'Donald, Mrs. M. L., house 64 Craig. 

M'Donald, Alexander, carpenter, corner Lagauchetidre 
and Bleury. 

M'Donald, George, bookkeeper, 59 Mountain. 

M'Donald, Alexander R., carpenter, Prince near Wel- 
lington. 



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McDonald, Michael, carter, Nazareth near Gabriel. 

M'Donald, Alexander, house Lacroix near St. Cathe* 
rine. 

M'Donald, John, grocer, 68 St. Paul. 

M'Donald, Wm., laborer. Gain olfSt. Mary. 

M'Donald, J., house 6 St. Phillip. 

M'Donald, Alexander, clerk, house off St. Catherine. 

M'Donald, Wm., storeman, Aylmer near Sherbrooke. 

M'Donald, Martin, teacher, Dorchester near St. Simdon^. 

M'Donald, Angus, painter, 98 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

M'Donald, John, laborer, 245 St. Joseph. 

M'Donald, Charles, carriagemaker, 2 Berry lane. 

M'Donald, Alex., grocer, 32 St. Joseph. 

M'Donald, Henry, laborer. Kempt near William. 

M'Donald, James, trader, Nazareth near Gabriel. 

M'Donald, A. R., dancing master, 22 St. Gabriel. 

M'Donald, Owen, laborer, Dalhousie near Wellington. 

M'Donald, Thos., bricklayer, 81 Sanguinet. 

M'Donald, Miss, house 8 Brock. 

M'DoNNEi^L, Francis, provision and butter inspector. 
Grey Nun, house 8 Bonaventure. 

M'DoNNELL, Allan, house head of Drummond. 

M'Donnell, M. J., house Lagaucheti^re near St. Con- 
stant. 

M'Donnell, Geo., house 4 Rousseau. 

M'Donnell, Chas., bouse head of St. Denia. 

M'Donnell, Hugh, sawyer, Mignonne. 

M'Donnagh, John, dry goods, 71 St. Paul. 

M'Donnagh, Jas., trader, Sanguinet near Craig. 

M'Donnagh, John, laborer, south side canal. 

M'Dougall, Robert, house 62 St. George. 

M'Dougall, George, baker, 22 Wellington. 

M'Dougall, Alex., smith, George near Wellington. 

M'Dougall, Miss, boarding house, 36 St. Dominiqjue. 

M'Dougall, Jas., flour mills, office 131 Commissioners, 
house George. 

M'Dougall, Mrs., house Voltigeurs off St. Mary. 

M'Dougall, Samuel, carter, St. F61ix off St. Joseph. 

M'Dougall, Wm., house Drummond near Mountain. 

M'Dowall, A., & Co., hatters & furriers, 16 M<Gill. 

M'Dowall, Thos., 31 St. Paul, house 28 Wolfe. 

M'Dowall, Leonard, R. A., Tolentin off St. Mary. 



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M'Dunnou|h, Wm., house I2Cot6. 

M'Elvvee, Mrs. D., dry goods, Lagaucheti^re neir St. 

Lawrence. 
M'Enro, James, tavern, (see addenda.) 
M'Evenue. B., clerk, Kempt near Colborne avenue. 
M'Evvcn, J., tailor, 12 St. Antoine. 
M'Evven, Mrs., midwife, 12 St. Antoine. 
M'Fadden, Mrs., laundress, court off Kempt. 
M'Fadden, Wm., laborer, Kempt near GabrieU 
M'Fadden, Roht., laborer, court off Murray. 
M'Farlane, J. S., architect, 67 St. Urbain. 
M'Farlane, John, house St. Margaret. 
M'Farlane, James, overseer, 28 St. Dominique. 
M'Farlane, John, superintendent of house of correction^ 

at the Gaol. 
M'Farlane, Frs., gardener, 101 St. Urbain. 
M'Farlane, John, house St. Margaret. 
M'Farlane, John, pedler, Wolfe near Lagauchettdre. 
M'Farlane, Mrs., laundress, 65 Tolentin. 
M'Fee, John, laborer, 24- Tolentin. 
M'Gair, Michael, carter, Victoria road. 
M'Gale, Mrs. B., 3 St. Joseph. 
M'Garry, Wm., laborer, south side of Canal. 
M'Garry, John, laborer, 43 Voltigeurs. 
M'Garry, Miss, trader, little Dublin off St. George. 
M'Garvey, Owen, painter, 7 St. Antoine. 
M'GauUy, P., clerk, Hermine near Jur6. 
M'Gauran, Mrs., house Vitr6 near Chenneville. 
M'Gavv, Peter, mason, 10 Bleury. 
M'.Gee, John, laborer, Catherine near Wellington. 
M'GiBBON & Brown, coopers, 8 and 10 Hospital. 
M'Gibbon, George, cooper, house 12 Hospital. 
M'Gibbon, Wm., clerk, St. Charles Barrom^e near 

Mignonne. 
M'GiLL, Hon. P., office Insurance buildings, Great St. 

James, house 1 Portland place. 
M'GiLL, Rev. U., house 6 Pr6s de Ville place. 
M'Gill, Mrs. S. A., house head of German. 
M'Gill, Andrew, general merchant, St. Fran9ois Xavier. 
M'Gill, James A. B., city surveyor, 16 St. Urbain. 
M'Ginley, Mrs. C, house German near St. Catherine. 
M'Ginley, Matthew, laborer, 53 Amherst in rear. 



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M'Ginley, Mrs., huckster, Prince near Gabrielr 
M'GiNN, Thomas, gaoler, at the Gaol, St. Maryr 
M'Ginn, Wm., pedler, William near Colborne. 
M'Ginn, John, carter, Perthius. 
M'Ginnis, John, plasterer, 62 Sanguinet. 
M'Ginnis, Mrs., house court off Colborne. 
M'Ginnis, Robert, laborer, Wellington near Ann, 
M'Glade, James, R. A., 1 St. Lewis. 
M'Glashan, John, house 1 St. Edward. 
M'Glinn, Thomas, carter, William near Ann. 
M'Glone, Edward, tailor, Hermine near Jur6. 
M'Glory, James, carter, 38 St. Maurice. 
M'Goun, A., clerk, 55 Mountain. 
M'Govern, P., grocery and tavern, 38 St. Mary. 
M'Govern, L., smith, Wellington near Dalhousie. 
M'Govern, Wm., sawyer, McCord near William. 
M'Gov/an, Patrick, mason, Nazareth near Wellington. 
M'Gowan, T., tailor, 11 Beaudry terrace, St. Urbain. 
M'Gowan, Archibald, combmaker, 21 St. Genevidve. 
M'Grail, Michael, Belfast hotel. Commissioners. 
M'Grail, Michaei, tavern, 40 Foundling. 
M'Granahan, Patrick, lather, 18 St. George in rear, 
M'Grath, Thomas, chief of police, Murray near Gabriel. 
M'Grath, J., plasterer, Sanguinet near Craig. 
M'Grath, George, mason, Anderson near Jur6. 
M'Grath, John, house 57 Amherst. 
M'Grath, Joseph, house corner Wellington and Dalhousie, 
M'Grath, John, laborer, St. Catherine near Montcalm. 
M'Grath, Mrs., house Prince near Wellington. 
M'Grath, James, laborer, 14 Tolentin. 
M'Grath, Mrs., house 139 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
M'Grath, Michael, laborer, Dorchester near Amherst. 
M'Greevy, James, laborer, Colborne near William. 
M'Gregor, R., bookbinder, 22 Great St. James, house 9 

Great St. James. 
M'Gregor, Mrs. A., house 9 St. Jean Baptiste. 
M'Gregor, Alexander, carpenter, 10 St. George. 
M'Gregor, John, 9 St. Jean Baptiste. 
M'Gregor, Alexander, mason, corner Dorchester and St. 

PhiUip. 
M'Gregor, John M., notary, 50 Notre Dame. 
M'Gregor, F. S., commissariat, 29 Notre Dame. 



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McGregor, Mrs., dressmaker, St. Mary near Gain. 

M'Gregor, Gregor, shoemaker, Kempt near Gabrid. 

M'Guire, John, tailor, Kempt near Gabriel. 

M'Guire, Mrs., grocer, 7 Gain. 

M'Guire, Mrs., house Lagaucheti§re near Wolfe. 

M'Guire, Frs., furniture shop, 7 and 9 St. Mary, houM 
Colborne avenue. 

M'Guire, Mrs., seamstress, St. Antoine bridge. 

M'Guire, Barny, carter, Murray near Gabriel. 

M'Guire, James, turner, 49 St. Charles Barrottt6e. 

M'Guire, Wm., tanner, 39 St. Maurice. 

M'Guire, Mrs., William near Murray. 

M'Guire, Mrs., grocer, 64 Bleury. 

M'Guire, Terence, smith, 90 St. Mary. 

M'Guire, B., & Brothers, livery stable, 27 St Mary- 

M'Guire, Mrs., charwoman. Busby lane off Craig. 

M'Guire, Michael, laborer, 16 St. George. 

M'Guire, Terence, smith, 30 Panet. 

M'Guire, M., tallovvchandler, 84 St. Lawrence. 

M'Henry, Charles, house 17 Perthius. 

M'Hugh, Mrs., house St. Edward off Bleary. 

M'llhone, Miss, dry goods, 48 St. Mary. 

M'llray, Wm., laborer, Bleury near St. Cathehnfl' 

M'llroy, Mrs., house Victoria road. 

M'llroy, Michael, laborer, St. Edward lane. 

M'llwain, Mrs. John, Murray near Gabriel. 

M'Innerty, Mrs., laundress, George near Gabriel. 

M'Inro, B., carter, 141 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

M'Indoe, Mrs., house 34 Bonaventure. 

M'Indoe, Miss, milliner, 34 Bonaventure. 

M'Indoe, R., clerk, 69 St. Urbain. 

M'Intosh, Wm., bookbinder, 13 St. Gabriel. 

M'Intosh, John, general smith, Nazareth near Com- 
mon. 

M'Intosh, Mrs., laundress, 62 St. Joseph. 

M'Intosh, Angus, clerk, Vitr6 near Chenneville. 

M'Intosh, Mrs., professor of music, 3 St. Gabriel. 

M'Intosh, A., carpenter, Dorchester near St. George. 

M'Intosh, Nicholas, cabinetmaker, Vitr6 near St 
George. 

M'Intosh, Christina, house Busby lane off Craig. 

M'Intyre, Mary, house Colborne avenue. 

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M'lntyre, Daniel, dry goods, Wellington near Ann. 

M'Intyre, Mrs. Jos., Lagaucheti^re near St* Lawrence. 

M'lnvain, Celestine, house 114 St. Joseph. 

M'Invain, Alexander, laborer, 16 Bonaventure. 

M'lvER, George, hats and furs, 135 Notre Danne. 

M'lver, Peter, parasolmaker, 48 St. Joseph. 

M'lver, E., clerk, 15 St. Edward. 

M'lver, M., carter, St. Constant. 

M'lver, James, umbrellamaker, 68 Sanguinet. 

M'lver, Daniel, surveyor, corner Gabriel and Nazareth. 

M'Kay, Miss, seamstress, court off Lagauchetidre. 

JM'Kechney, Wm., tavern, see addenda. 

M'Keggie, A., carpenter, 121 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

M'Kenna, Patrick, storeman, 36 Salaberry. 

M'Kenna, Richard, marketman, George near Wellington . 

M'Kenzie, Mrs., boarding house, 12 JSt. John. 

M'Kenzie, William, mason, Dorchester near Bleury. 

M'Kenzie, Murdoch, storeman, 15 St. Genevieve. 

M'Kenzie, R., house 97 St. Paul. 

M'Kenzie, Joseph, house St. Dominique near Craig. 

M'Kenzie, Mrs., boarding house, Hermine near Jur6. 

M'Kenzie, , clerk, Lagauchetidre near St. George. 

M'Kenzie, , brass founder, 63 St. Charles Barromle. 

M'Kenzie, John, seaman, 60 Tolentin. 

M'Kenzie, Miss C, house St. Catherine. 

M'Kenzie, R., clerk, Vitr6. 

M'Keon, Patrick, storeman, Kempt near William. 

M'Keon, P. E., apothecary, 76 St. Lawrence. 

M'Keon, J., Government woodyard. Water. 

M'Kerchar, Daniel, cooper, 102 St. Lawrence. 

M'KercV ^r, Miss, house 36 Bonaventure. 

M*Kerch .», Charles, leather and shoes, Jacques Cartier 

square, house 36 Bonaventure. 
M'Key, John, grocer, 75 St. Paul. 
M'Key, Francis, tobacconist, 83 St. Paul. 
M'Key & Desroche, tobacconists, 126 St. Paul. 
M'Kinley, Wm., carpenter, Nazareth near Wellington, 
M'Kinley, John, smith, Ann near Wellington. 
M'Kinley, John, laborer, 58 St. Antoine. 
M'Kinley, Michael, huckster, 47 Bonaventure. 
M'Laren, John, saddler, 29 Perthius. 
M'Laren, John, smith, 82 St. Mary in rear. 



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M'Laren, W. D. & A., groceries and wines, corner St. 

Lawrence and St. Catherine, house corner St. 

Catherine and St. Dominique. 
M'Laren, Mrs., boarding house, Jur6 near Hermine. 
M'Laughlin, Thomas, laborer, Laugaucheti^ re near St. 

George. 
M'Laughlin, E., laborer, Lagaucbeti^re near St. Georgei. 
M'Laughlin, Thomas, carter, ccirt off St. Margaret. 
M'Laughlin, John, laborer, 10 Gain. 
M'Laughlin, E., basketmaker, 3 St. Peter. 
M'Laughlin, Frank, laborer, 2S Voltigeurs. 
M'Laughlin, John, laborer, Dufresne. 
M'Laughlin, John, grocer, 31 St. Lewis. 
M'Lean & Wright, railroad coach and carriage 

builders, Murray near Wellington. 
M'Lean, John, plasterer and grocer, 26 St. Antoine. 

M'Lean, -, house 111 Craig. 

M'Lean, John, distiller, 129 St. Joseph. 

M'Lean, Daniel, cabinetmaker. Fortification lane. 

M'Lee, James, carpenter, 18 Salaberry. 

M'Lellan, Wm., laborer, Erie near Colborne avenue. 

M'Lennan, Hugh, forwarder and commission merchant, 

opposite Canal basin, house 15 St. Antoine. 
M'Leod, George, cabinetmaker, St. Joseph. 
M'Mahon, P., grocer, corner Brock and St. Catherine. 
M'Mahon, Patrick, trader, 52 St. Mau Ice in rear. 
M'Mahon, Benjamin, house 74 St. Lawrence. 
M'Managh, M., laborer, court off St. Constant. 
M'Manamy, William, general dry goods, 204 Notre 

Dame. 
M'Manus, Mrs., laundress, Wellington near Ann. 
M'Manus, John, laborer, Grant near St. Mary. 
M'Manus, John, tailor, 25 St. Mary. 
M'Manus, F., house 172 St. Lawrence. 
M'Master, Wm., cabinetmaker, 189 Notre Dame. 
M'Millan, John, clerk, St. Henry near St. Maurice. 
M'Millan, Hugh, baker a..d grocer. Grey Nun, house 

King near Common. 
M'Minn, John, storeman, St. Catherine near Alexander. 
M'MuUan, James, tailor, 4 St. Mary. 
M'Mnllan, P., tailor, Scotch lane off St. Urbain. 
M'Mullen, Mrs., house Berthelot nearBleury. 



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M^Nab, Mrs. C, house 4 SU Antoine place. 
M*Nab, Wm., joiner, Eleanor near Gabriel. 
M'Nally, Mrs., house Colborne near Gabriel. 
M'Nally, William, brushraaker, 4 St. Margaret. 
M'Namara, Thoraas, laborer, ^6 St. Dominique- 
M'Namee, George, grocer and tavern, 61 St. Antoine* 
M*Nanny, Michael, smith. Prince near Common. 
M'Naspy, Frederick, registry office, 89 St. Antoine. 
M'Naught, R., commisfeion merchant, 9 St. Nicholas. 
M'Naughton, A., grocer, 46 St. Mary. 
M'Naughlon, Duncan, grocer, 36 St. Mary. 
M'Naughton, Alexander, plasterer, 8 St. Genevieve. 
M'Naughton, Stephen, clerk, Gabriel near Nazareth. 
M'Neice, James, dry goods, 21 St. Paul. 
M'Neil, Donald, shoemaker, Scotch lane off St. Urbain. 
M'Neven, D., carpenter and joiner, corner Nazareth 

and Gabriel. 
M'Neven, D., carpenter, Nazareth near Gabriel. 
M'Nicol, Duncan, laborer, Inspector off St. Joseph. 
M'NiDER, A., painter and paperhanger, 9 St. Lawrence. 
M'Nider, Mrs., house 10 Bleury. 
M'Nider, James, tavern, Jacques Cartier square. 
M'Nider, Mrs., house Bleury near Craig. 
M'Nider, William, house Wellington near Prince. 
M'Nulty, Charles, laborer, McCord near Gabriel. 
M'Nulty, Charles, shoemaker. Valine. 
M'Phee, John, clerk, 54 St. Urbain. 
M'Pherson, John, & Son, musical instrument makers, 

54^ Craig. 
MTherson, D. M., watchmaker, Lagaucheti^re near 

German. 
MTherson, Andrew, marine store, 119 St. Paul. 
M'Pherson, Wm., laborer, Mignonne. 
M'Phillips, Hugh, laborer, 17 Queen square. 
M'Quade, John, laborer, 21 Alexander. 
M'Queen, Daniel, cooper, Sydenham off St. Mary. 
M'Quiggan, B., laborer, court off St Constant. 
M'Quillan, Mrs., dressmaker, 10 St. Urbain. 
McQuillan, Wm., laborer, Colborne avenue. 
M'Quisten, P., civil engineer, Lagauchetidre near St. 

George. 
M'Robie, John, tuilor, lane off St. Monique. 






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M'Shane, Brian, butcher, 45 St. Maurice. 

M'Shane, Mrs., tavern, corner William and George. 

M'Shane, J., butcher, 49 St. Joseph. 

M'Shane, James, joiner, Colborne. 

M'Tavish, Mrs., midwife, Dorchester near Bleury. 

M'Tucker, Dr., house Dorchester near German. 

M'Veigh, J., cabinetmaker, 83 St. Urbain. 

M'Veigh, Fergus, laborer, Gabriel near Ann. 

M'Vey, Patrick, storeman, George near Wellington. 

M'Voy, Hugh, laborer. Kempt near William. 

M'Watters, John, general smith, Leraoine, house 1 1 St. 

Genevieve. 
M'Watters, Thomas, blacksmith, Aylmer. 
M'Williams, Mrs. James, house Queen near Common. 
Macabee, Charles, joiner. Visitation near Dorchester. 
Macbean, Wm., clerk, 74« St. Antoine. 
Macbeth, J., shoemaker, Montcalm near Lagauchetidre. 
MacCallum, Duncan, M. D.,4'6 M'Gill. 
MacCulloch, F., cashier of city bank, Place d'Armea. 
Macdonald, Daniel, general commission merchant, 

7 Lemoine, house College. 
Macdonald, John, grocer 66 St. Paul. 
Macdonald, Colin, town major, 63 St. Lewis. 
Macdonnell, II. L., M. D., house Radegonde near Craig. 
Macdonnell, Richard, advocate. Place d'Armes hill. 
Macdougall, Brothers, produce and bill brokerB, 

30 St. Francois Xavier. 
Macdougall, D. L., house 36 St. Denis. 
Macdougall, Robert, house 62 St. George. 
Mace, Robert, house St. Henry. 

Macewen, Duncan, at Joseph Knapp's Pointe a Calli6re. 
Macfarlane, Andrew, wholesale diy goods and cut- 
lery, 216 & 218 St. Paul, house hill home. Seigneur. 
Macfarlane, Henry H., surveyor, 142 St. Mary. 
Macfarlane, Archibald, commission merchant, 190 St. 

Paul. 
Macfarlane, James, tinsmith, corner Jure and Anderson. 
Macfarlane, William S., house St. Joseph. 
Macfarlane, W., dry goods, 212 St. Paul, house Cdte 

St. Antoine. 
Macintosh, Neil, grocer, Place d'Armes, house Belmon 

Beaver hall. 



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Mack, W. 6., advocate, 5 Place d'Armes hili, house 2 

Mountain terrace. 
Mack, John, Mack's (late Rasco's) hotel, 65 St. Paul. 
Mack, Nathsntel, ropemaker, 6 Adolphus. 
Mack, Mrs. Nathaniel, house Gain. 
JMack, James, fireman, Victoria road. 
Mackay, Joseph, & Brother, importers of dry goods, 

202 St. Paul, house Simpson off Sherbrooke. 
Mackay & Austin, advocates, 27 Little St. James. 
Mackay, Henry, insurance agent and commission mer- 
chant, 33 StFran9ois Xavier, house Victoria terrace. 
Mackay, David, house 134- St. Paul. 
Mackay, Robert, advocate, house Reaywood, C6xe St. 

Antoine. 
Mackay, Robert W. S., editor of directory, house 73 

Mountain. 
Mackay, Jas., laborer. Kempt near William. 
Mackay, J. P. A., law student, 23 St. Maurice. 
Mackay, Andrew, clerk, 78 St. Joseph. 
Mackay, William, house 23 C6t6 
Mackay, Thomas, tavern, 75 Commissioners. 
Mackay, Mrs., dressmaker, Fortification lane. 
Mackenzie, J. G., & Co., general merchants, St. Jos- 
eph, near St. Paul. 
Mackenzie, J. G., house Sherbrooke near St. Charles 

Barrom^e. 
Mackenzie, Murdoch, house Dorchester near Bleury. 
Mackenzie, George, house Phillips' square, Beaver hall. 
Mackenzie, Mrs., house 12 Beaver hall terrace 
Mackenzie, D. D., house Lagaucheti^re near Bleury. 
Mackintosh, Neil, bookkeeper, house Current St. Mary. 
Macnamara, W. H., ale vaults, 27 St. Gabriel. 
Macpherson, Crane & Co., forwarders. Common 

near Nazareth. 
Macpherson, D. L., house Sherbrooke, west. 
Macpherson, Joha, straw bonnets, and cloth caps, 157 

Notre Dame. 
Macquisten, Patk., architect, Lagaucheti^re near Bleury. 
Macrae, George, advocate, 23 Little St. James, house 

2 City Councillors near Sherbrooke. 
Madden, Henry, purser, St. Henry. 




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Madden, Hugh, storeman, Prince near Gabriel. 
Madden, P., house Gain near Lagaucheti6re. 
Madill, Benj., joiner, corner Colborne and Gabriel. 
Madill, Samuel, police. Kempt near Gabriel. 
Maddock, Patrick, Lagauchetidre near St. Constant. 
Madrane, L., laborer. Brock near St. Catherine. 
Maffr6, Jos., jun., professor of music, 58 Sanguinet. 
Magdalen Asylum, (Miss Veitch, matron,) St. Catherine 

near St. Urbain. 
Mageau, Pierre, house 68 Sanguinet. 
Mageau, Cyprien, tinsmith, 127 St. Lawrence. 
Magee, Moses, laborer, Chaboillez off St. Joseph. 
Mahany, John, dry goods, 32 St. Mary. 
Maher, Mrs., milliner, William near Murray. 
Maher, John, store, 58 Bonaventure. 
Maher, Antoine, police, St. George near Vitce. 
Maher, James, trader, 26 St. George in rear. 
Mahon, Patrick, laborer, Jur6 near Bleury. 
Mahon, Mrs., seamstress, 22 St, Maurice. 
Mahon, Edward, tinsmith, St. Constant. 
Mahon, Charies, laborer, George near Williann. 
Mahon, Thomas, carpenter, Nazareth near G^briei. 
Mahon, Andrew, laborer. Kempt near Gabriel. 
Mahon, Louis, laborer, court off St. Dominique. 
Mahon, A., laliorer, Panet near Dorchester. 
Malhoit, Edward, carter. Mountain near St. Joseph. 
Malhoit, Erasmus, bank clerk, 101 St. Antoine. 
Mahony, Daniel, teacher, 13 St. Peter. 
Maille, Alexander, house 94 St. Dominique. 
Ma.illet, Eusdbe, shoemaker, Sydenham off Dorehe»- 

ter. 
Maillet, Isaac, shoemaker, Brock near Mignonno. 
Maillet, .lean, grocer. Visitation near Mignonne. 
Maillet, Daniel, shoemaker, 12 St. Mary. 
Maillet, Wm., clerk, south side Canal. 
Maillet, J., carpenter, St. Dominique. 
Maillou, Frs., laborer, Fortier near St. Constant. 
Maillou, Mrs., house St. Catherine near St. Denis. 
Maillou, P. N., carpenter, Bisson off St. Antoine. 
Maillou, Charies, sawyer, Devienne. 
Maillou, L. B., house Montcalm near Lagauchetidre. 
Mainville, Louis, mason, Mignonne near St. Constant. 



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Mainville, J. B., mason, Mignonne near St. Constant. 

Mainville, M., shoemaker, Cadieux, Cdte a Baron. 

Mainville, Frs., laborer, Cadieux, C6te k Baron. 

Mainville, Pierre, trader, Cadieux, Cdte k Baron. 

Mair, David, at Cumming & Galhraith's, St. Nicholas. 

Maitland, Col. J. H., office Place d'Armes, house 
Hadfield cottage, C6te St. Antoine. 

Maitland, (Edward,) Tylee &: Co., wine and gene- 
ral merchants, 17^ St. Francois Xavier. 

Maitland, Edward, office corner St. Fran9oi8 Xavier 
and Hospital. 

Majeau, Joseph, joiner, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 

Major, .Tames E., pot and pearl ash inspector, house 
C6te des Neiges road. 

Major, Baptiste, laborer. Brock near St. Catherine. 

Major, A., carpenter, Panet near St. Catherine. 

Major, M., carpenter, Panet near St. Catherine. 

Major, Mrs., house Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Makins, Isabella, seamstress, St. Edward lane. 

Makins, S., eating house, 171^ Notre Dame. 

Malboeuf, M., currier, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Malchelosse, J., house 59 St. Joseph. 

Malcolm, Miss C, ladies' school, 77 Craig. 

Malcolm, G. W., steward, 57 St. Dominique. 

Malcolm, R., clerk, 57 St. Dominique. 

Malherbe, Martin, clerk, Vitr^ near St. Denis. 

Malherbe, James, shoemaker, 74 Panet. 

Mallette, William, sailor, McCord near Gabriel. 

Mallette, Antoine, butcher, 11 Mountain. 

Mallette, Jeremiah, butcher, 15 Mountain. 

Mallette, Mrs., huckster, Lagaucheti^re near St, Con- 
stant. 

Malloch, Joseph, carter, 237 St. Joseph. 

Mallon, Isidore, comptroller customs, Vitr6 near St. 
Charles Barromee. 

Mallon, Thomas, customs officer, Bleury near Craig. 

Mallon, Mrs., house corner Wellington and Murray. 

Mallon, John, storeman, Prince near Wellington. 

Malo, Louis, pleasure garden, 15 Perthius. 

Malo, M., joiner, Montcalm near St. Catherine. 

Malo, J. B., joiner, Montcalm near St. Catherine. 

Malo, Chas., shoemaker, St. Catherine near Christopher. 






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Malo, P. L., accountant, corner St. Vincent and Notrd 

Dame. 
Malo, Pierre, laborer, Dufresne, 
Malo, Augustin, carter, 46 Voltigeurs. 
Malo, Miii'se, shoemaker, head of Montcalm. 
Malone, Mm, house 36 St. Elizabeth. 
Malone, Martin, house 8 St. Urbain. 
Malone, William, laborer, corner St. Antoine and Lu* 

signan. 
Malone, Wm., dry goods, 37 St. Mary. 
Malone, Michael, laborer, Colborne near Wellington^ 
Malone, Wm., grocer, 72 St. Dominique. 
Maloney, John, pedler, 32 Salaberry. 
Maloney, James, smith, Haymarket square. 
Maloney, James, laborer, St. Phillip. 
Maloy, John, pedler, 10.3 St. Urbain. 
Maloy, Thomas, house Lagauchetiere. 
Manahan, William, tobacconist, 5 St. Mary. 
Manaseau, Pierre, trader, court off St. Henry. 
Manby, R., lumber merchant, 20 St. Elizabeth. 
Mandles, A., sexton, Jewish Synagogue Chennevilld. 
Manette, Baptiste, house St. F61ix off St. Joseph. 
Mangan, John, laborer, Colborne near William. 
Mann, David, dry goods and clothing, 4 St. Mary. 
Mann, Mrs. E., house Dorchester near St. Urbain. 
Mann, Hobert, clerk, 29 Chenneville. 
Mansfield, Edward, grocer, 56 St. Lawrence. 
Maranda, Louis, painter, 12 Dorchester. 
Marbeaux, E., carter, 98 Amherst. 
Mar^eau, Bernard, painter, St. Catherine near German. 
Marcelet, Maximc, boarding house, St. Amable lane. 
Marchand, Louis, wholesale dry g^oods and groceries, 

corner St. Paul and St. Jean Baptiste, house 2 St. 

Dominique. 
Marchand, Alfred, plumber, 31 Campeau. 
Marchand, Mrs., house King near William. 
Marchand, Maxime, shoemaker, St. Victoire. 

Marchand, , carter, St. F61ix off St. Joseph. 

Marchand, T., pilot. King near William. 
Marchr^nd, Joseph, upholsterer, 138 St. Lawrence. 
Marchetier, Michael, laborer, Mountain. 
Marcille, Toussaint, grocer, 137 St. Joseph. 

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Marcille,L9., trader, corner Montcalm and St. Catherine.^ 

Marcotte, JameM, moulder, 30 Voltigeurs. 

Marcotte, Frs., house 128 St. Lawrence. 

Marcotte, Andr6, tavern, 46 Visitation. 

Marcotte, Pierre, shoemaker, west Dorchester. 

Marcoux, J. B., tinsmith, Jacques Cartier square. 

Marcoux, , carpenter, Salaberry oflT St. Mary* 

Marcoux, Joseph, carfmaker, 38 St. Dominique. 

Marien, T., carter, head of Visitation. 

Marion, A., mason, head of Brock. 

Marion, Mrs., milliner, 51 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Marion, Alexander, machinist, 124 St. Joseph. 

Marion, Louis, joiner, head of Montcalm. 

Marion, Olivier, cabinetmaker, Wolfe near St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Marion, Antoine, mason, 120 Panel. 

Marion, Louis, mason, off 35 St. Ignace. 

Marion, Xavier, shoemaker, 75 St. Maurice. 

Marks, James, laborer, Murray near William. 

Marois, H., shoemaker, 141 Sanguinet. 

Marois, Pierre, laborer, 21 Salaberry. 

Marquis, Andr6, laborer, Bar^ off St. Joseph. 

Marr, Joseph, carpenter, St. Catherine near Sl Urbain^ 

Marr, Mrs., milliner, St. Joseph. 

Marseau, Louis, laborer, head of Sanguinet. 

Marseau, Joseph, carter. Brock near St. Catherine. 

Marselais, F. X., carter. Visitation near St. Catherine. 

Marshall, Mrs., laundress, Lagauchetidre near St. 
George. 

Marshall, (Mrs.,) & Brooks, (Miss,) ladies' school, 5 Su 
Lewis. 

Marshall, Mrs., house Amherst near Dorchester. 

Martelle, Louis, joiner, 41 St. Mary. 

Martelle, A., shoemaker, 71 Sanguinet. 

Martelle, Mrs. H., house 7 Visitation. 

Martelle, Joseph, grocer, 9 St. Antoine. 

Martelle, A. B., house Visitation near Charbonneau. 

Martelle, B., sawyer, Montcalm near St. Catherine. 

Martin, James, carpenter and builder, 20 Chenneville- 

Martin, James, laborer, 38 St. Charies Barrom^e. 

Martin, H., shoemaker, 84 St. Mary. 

Martin, Augt., joiner, head of Brock. 



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Martin, William, tailor, St. Elizabeth near St. Catherine. 
Martin dit Ladouueur, T., clerk, St. Denis near M\g- 

nonne. 
Martin, L. S., notary public, St. Lawrence hill, houso 

Cadieux street, C6te & Baron. 
Martin, Rev. Felix, St. Mary's College. 
Martin, Owen, carter, King near Wellington. 
Martin, P., dry good^i, 88 St. Paul. 
Martin, T. A., baililT, 2 St. Gabriel. 
Martin, Mrs. Joseph, house head of Brock. 
Martin, Mrs. William, house 53 Amherst. 
Martin, Mrs., house 49 St. .Toseph. 
Martin, Louis, shoemaker, Current St. Mary. 
Martin, Phillip, storeman, Ann near Wellingtoo. 
Martin, Ant., joiner, head of Sanguinet. 
Martin, Jules, baker, 24" St. Andre. 
Martin, Frs., carpenter, head of German. 
Martin, Mrs. A., house 85 Sanguinet. 
Martin, Hugh, laborer, 24 St. George. 
Martin, Nicholas, tanner, Her mine near Jur6. 
Martin, Mrs., laundress, St. Germain off Bleury. 
Martineau, A., laborer, Panet near St. Catherine. 
Martineau, Frs., laborer, Montcalm near Water. 
Martineau, Pierre, cooper, 42 Wolfe. 
Martineau, Paul, laborer, head of Visitation. 
Martineau, Julien, carpenter, 9 St. Louis. 
Martineau, Jean, laborer, Mignonne near Panet. 

Martineau, , carpenter, Montralm near Dorchester. 

Martineau, Thomas, navigator, German near Mignonne. 
Martineau, A., navigator, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 
Martineau, A., cabinetmaker, head of St. Constant. 
Martineau, N., trader, Montcalm near Dorchester. 
Mason, Thomas, olficekeeper, 18 Little St. James. 
Mason, John, shoemaker, court off Colborne. 
Mason, Andrew, carpenter, Colborne near William. 
Mason, James, veterinary surgeon and stable, 40 St. 

UH)ain. 
Mason, John, engineer, Dubord near Sanguinet. 
Masse, J. B., joiner, head of Sanguinet. 
Masse, Jean, smith, Gain near St. Mary. 
Massier, Augustin, cooper. Brock near St. Catherine. 
Masson, (Joseph), Sons &. Co., office 142 St. Paul. 



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Masson, Bruyere, Thomas d& Co., j;encral raerchanti^ 

140 and 142 St. Paul. 
Masson, Dm groceries and wine^, IS'i Notre Dame, 

house St. Catherine near St. SimOon. 
Massoii, J. W, A. R., house Dorchester west 
Masson, William, carter, 4b Am'ierst. 
Masson, Pierre, trader, 205 Wolfe. 
Masson, Frs., cooper, Dufresne, Current St, Mory, 
Massy, Frs., mason, Montcalm near St. Catherine. 
Massy, Edward, cooper, Montcalm near St. Catherine- 
Massy, Charles, joiner, M<)ntr;ilni near St. Catherine. 
MaL,sy,01ivier,Htoneciittcr, Monte ilm near St. Catherine. 

Masta, , laborer. Brock near Mignonne. 

Masteau, J. B., brewer, St. Catherine near Visitation. 
Masterman, William, butcher, St. Ann's market. 
Masterson, Wm., laborer, Little Dublin off St. George. 
Masurette, Eugene, shoemaker, !17 St. Constant. 
Masurette, S., tailor, 1 19 St. Constant. 
Matchitt, Miss, ladies' school, Radegonde. 
Mathews, George, engraver and lithographer, 19 

Great St. James. 
Mathews, Thomas, ropemaker, Erie off Colborne avenue. 
Mathews, F. B., house head of Mountain. 
Mathews, Alexander, bricklayer, Lagaucheti^re near 

Bleury. 
Mathewson, John, & Son, soap and candle factory,. 

corner Inspector and William. 
Mathewson, John, house Sherbrooke west. 
Mathewson, (Samuel,) & Son, (James Adams,) gro- 
cers, &c. 44 M'Gill. 
Mathewson, James, house corner William and Inspector. 
Mathewson, Hugh, house 26 M'Gill. 
Mathewson, James Adams, house St. Monique. 
Mathieson, Rev. Dr., house City Councillors near Ber- 

thelot. 
Mathieu, Michael, laborer. Visitation near Mignonne. 
Mathieu, Pierre, notary, St. Vincent, house Panet near 

Lagauchetidre. 
Mathieu, Ant., laborer, Mignonne near Brock. 
Mathieu, J. B., laborer. Brock near Mignonne. 
Mathieu, Jos., shoemaker, head of Sanguinet. 
Mathieu, Jos., carter, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 



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Mathieu, Joseph, house Cemetery oflTSt. Antoine. 

Mathieu, Chas., laborer, Montcalm near Panet. 

IMaturin, Maxiine, laborer, Durham. 

Maturin, P., butcher, court ofT St. Denis. 

Maude, Win., tavern, 8 St. Mary. 

Mausseau, Alexia, house St. Lawrence. 

Maxwell, Edward carpenter and builder, St. Geno- 

vidve, house Hanover, Beaver hall. 
Maxwell, John, house St. Joseph. 
Maxwell, Henry, gasfitter, St. Mary near the old gai 

works. 
Maxwell, Frs., trader, St. Claude. 
Maxwell, James, school teacher, 20 Queen square. 
Maxwell, William, clerk, 2-t St. Urbain. 
Maxwell, Miss, dressmaker, 4-2 St. Joseph. 
Maybell. J., veterinary surgeon, Dorchester near St. 

Denis. 
Maybell, Dr. M., Lagauchetiere near Campeau. 
May, Thos., house St. Antoine west. 
May, Miss, milliner, 135 Notre Dame, house St. An* 

toine west. 
May, Geo., house 62 St. Joseph. 
May, Samuel H., clerk, Queen near William. 
May, Wm., milkman, Cadieux, Cdte i Baron. 
Mayer & Brother, furriers and hatters, I09j Notrt 

Dame. 
Mayer, Moses, laborer, Dorchester west. 
Mayer, Ant., shoemaker, Bare off St. Joseph. 
Mayer, J. C, furrier and importer, house 137 Shcr- 

brooke, (see addenda). 
Mayer, T., bricklayer, Dorchester near St. Dominique. 
Mayer, Chas., bricklayer, 41 Visitation. 
Mayer, Louis, mason, 80 St. Mary in rear. 
Mayer, Narcisse, waterman, 138 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Mayette, Phillip, stonecutter, 169 St. Constant. 
Mayette, Joseph, painter, Dupre lane. 
Mayhew, Octave, house Mountain near St. Joseph. 
Mayne, Mrs. J., school, 20 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Mayor's Office, (Chas. Wilson,) City Hall, St. Paul. 
Maysenholder,(D.) & Bohle, (F.) working jewellers, 

corner St. Vincent and Notre Dame. 
Mayville, Michael, laborer, 74 St. Maurice. 

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Mazurette, U., tailor, 144< St. Lawrence. 

Mead, Brothers & Co., furriers, 141 Notre Dame^ 

house Riciimond square. 
Mead) Brothers & Co.,'< music store, 14*1 Notre Dame. 
Meehan, John, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 
Meehan, Thos., laborer, Murray rear Gabriel. 
Meehan, Mrs., house McCord neai Wellington. 
Meehan, M., laborer, St. Gabriel, south side of Canal. 
Meehan, .John, laborer. Grey Nun near Common. 
Meehan, Michael, laborer, 9 Gain. 
Meakins, Joseph, house 7 St. Dominique. 
Meakins, C. W., cabinetmaker, house 38 St. Antoine. 
Mearns, Charles, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, & 
St. Mary. 

Mechanics' Institute Reading Room, E. Richard- 
tH>n, librarian, 46 Great St. James. 

Medden, John, tavern, St. Claude near St. Paul. 

Meeks, John, baker, 11 Amherst. 

Meeny, Peter, police, 12 Aylmer. 

Megill, William, grocer, St. Mary below the Gaol. 

Megorian, James, tallow chandler, 5 St. Constant. 

Meilleur, J. B., M. D., superintendent of education^ 
Government house, house " Chaumi^re Agreate^** 
40 Conseilles de Ville. 

Melache, J., smith, 11 Amherst. 

Melangon, H., storeman, 55 St. Dominique. 

Melanges Religieux, (Joseph Rivet, publisher,) St .Denift 
near Mignonne. 

Mellette, Joseph, painter, Dupr6 near College. 

Meloche, Charles, clerk, 39 St. Elizabeth. 

Meloche, Jos., carter, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 

Meloche, Frs., mason, 79 Sanguinet. 

Meloche, John, smith, Amherst near St. Mary. 

Menard, $ carter, Bonaventure near Inspector* 

Menard, Baptiste, house 93 St. Joseph. 

Menard, Francis, police, Durham, 

Menard, Joseph, engineer, court off St. Denis. 

Menard, Alexis, carter, 115 St. Constant. 

Menard, Mrs., dressmaker, I lO St. Lawrence. 

Menard, N., laborer, court off St. Constant. 

Menard, H., stonecutter, head of Visitation. 

Menard, Wm., tailor, court off Tclentin. 



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Menard, Pierre, laborer, court ofTTolentin. 

Menard, Honor6, carter, 87 Sanguinet. 

Menard, Mrs., laundress, Dorchester near St. Phillip. 

Menard, Chs., carter, 41 Visitation. 

Menard, J. B., trader, 58 Montcalm. 

Mercantile Library Association, reading room, 

35 Great St. James. 
Mercer, John, plasterer, Queen near Wellington. 
Mercier, Alexander, tavern, Jacques Cartier square. 
Mercier, Etienne, butcher, Fullum. 
Mercier, Edward, tavern, 63 St. .Paul. 
Mercier, Edward, shoemaker, 141 Sanguinet. 
Mercier, J., joiner, St. Christopher off St. Catherine. 
Mercier, Louis, laborer, Amherst near Lagaucheti^re. 
Mercier, Mrs., house Dorchester near St. Elizabeth. 
Merciie, Adolphe, painter. Visitation near Dorchester. 
Mercile, Antoine, painter, 127 St. Lawrence. 
Merckell, John H., hatter and furrier, 106 Notre 

Dame. 
Mercure, F61ix house Vitr^ near Chenneville. 
Merrill, H. & H., general dry goods, l28 Notre Dame. 
Men-ill, E. H., house 128 Notre Dame. 
Merrill, W. H., house 128 Notre Dame. 
Merritt, Edward, shipbuilder. Current St. Mary. 
Merry, Wm. A., secretary Champlain railroad companj, 

house Dorchester near Bleury. 
Messier, Julien, tavern, 45 Commissioners. 
Meteyer, Pierre, rartwright, St. Joseph. 
Meteyer, Joseph, joiner, 232 St. Joseph. 
• Methot, Chas., tailor, Vitr6 near St. Dominique. 
Meunier, Augustin. butcher. Visitation near Dorchester. 
Meunier, Pierre, laborer, Cadieux, Cdte k Baron. 
Meunier, D., carter, 145 Sanguinet. 
Meunier, Isaac, laborer, Cadieux, Cdte & Baron. 
Meunier, Pierre, laborer, St. Catherine near St. Domi* 

nlque. 
Meyer & Meyer, notaries public, 2 St. Gabriel. 
Meyer, Henry, house St. Antoine west. 
Me^er, H. J., house St. Antoine west. 
Michaels, H., cabinetmaker, Dorchester. 
Michon, Germain, dry goods, house 101 Craig. 
Middlemiss, G,, cabinetmaker, St. Catherine near Bleury. 






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Middlemiss, Wm., engineer, Prince near Wellington, 

Middleton, Mrs., huckster, corner St. Hubert and St. 
Catherine. 

Midgley, Chas., machinist, house Gabriel near Nazareth. 

Mignault, 0., trader, 55 Visitation. 

Military Secretary's Office, (Major Rowan,) l[Dalhousie 
square. 

Military Hospitals, Water and St. Paul. 

Military Burying Ground, V^ictoria road. 

Millard, Joseph, house 154- St. Joseph. 

Millard, Mrs. P., milliner, 33 St. Constant. 

Millar, Glassford & Co., general commission mer- 
chants, 5 St. Sacrament. 

Millar, Mrs. J. M., boarding house, Albert place La- 
gaucheti^re. 

Miles, Michael, laborer, l^ Chaboillez. 

Miliedy, Thos., laborer, corner Campeau and Perthius. 

Miliejour, Augustin, laborer, Devienne. 

Millen, Joseph, laborer, William near Colborne. 

Miller, William, & Co., paper warehouse, 146 St. 
Paul. 

Miller, R. & A., booksellers and bookbinders, 10 St. 
Francois Xavier. 

Miller, Adam, house 2 Berthelot. 

Miller, Robert, house Hospital. 

Miller, Thos., house 2 Tecumseth terrace. 

Miller, G. S., trader, 119 St. Paul. 

Miller, G. A., sherilTs officer, 40 St. Lawrence. 

Miller, Miss C., house Guy off St. Antoine. 

Miller, Mrs., Alexander, house 61 Mountain. 

Miller, Peter, shoemaker, Visitation near Dorchester. 

Miller, James, laborer, Shaw off St. Mary. 

M'ller, Charles, chandler, 38 Campeau. 

Miller, Edward, shoemaker, Brock near St. Catherine. 

Miller, Mrs. Captain, house 4 Lartique place. 

Miilette, N., laborer, Panet near Dorchester. 

Millette, Louis, shoemaker, 30 St. Maurice. 

Miilette, A., cooper, St. Joseph. 

Millette, Narcisse, house Mignonne near St. Constant. 

Millette, Louis, butcher, head of St. Hubert. 

Milligan, S., dry goods, 6 M'Gill. 

Milligan, Mrs., bouse Durham off Dorchester. 



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MiLLOT, Alexander, (agent, U. C. itage office,) hooM 
Blache lane off 73 Mountain. 

Milloy, Denis, grocer, 58 St. Joseph. 

Milloy, Patk., laborer, George near Gabriel. 

Milloy> John, laborer, M'Cord near Gabriel. 

Mills, John E., (representatives of the late,) 80 St. 
Francois Xavier. 

Mills, Janies, landing waiter, Montcalm near Dorchester. 

Mills, Mrs. J. E., house St. Genevieve. 

Mills, Robert, house 6-t St. George. 

Mills, E. Lyman, Lagauchetitire, Beaver hall. 

Mills, Mrs., laundress, court off St. Monique. 

Milne, James, bookseller and agent for the Bibia 
Society, 31 Great St. James. 

Milne, John, Montreal Gazette, 20 Great St. James. 

Milton, William, house Current St. Mary. 

Minhinalt, Thomas, carpenter, St. Phillip off Dorcheiter. 

Minette, Bapliste, laborer, 12 Queen square. 

Minette, Louis, laborer, St. Ignace near St. Mary. 

Minette, Louis, laborer, St. Hubert. 

Minie, Herbert, house 177 St. Joseph. 

Minshall, Dr. John, school, corner C6t6 and Lagauehe- 
tidre. 

Miranda, Mrs., house 48 St. Maurice. 

Miron, Ant., brickmaker, Cemeter)' off St. Antoine* 

Miron, Ant., house St. Dominique. 

Miron, M., laborer. Visitation near St. Catherine. 

Mitchell, J. & J., general commiasion merchants, 2 
Lemoine. 

Mitchell, J., butcher, 31 Amherst. 

Mitchell, J., bricklayer, St. Catherine near Alexander. 

Mitchell, James, I ouse 8 Beaver hall terrace. 

Mitchell, Thomas, copperplate printer, head of Alexan- 
der. 

Mitchell, Mrs., laundress, 94 St. Mary. 

Mitchell, .John, laborer, Catherine near Gabriel. 

Mitchell, Thomas, storeman, head of Alexander. 

Mitchell, Capt. R. A., Victoria terrace, Sherbrooke. 

Mitchell, Robert, plumber, St. Henry. 

Miteyer, Nicholas, carriagemaker, Chaboillez tqaare. 

Miyer, N., shoemaker, 10 St. Phillip. 

Moan, John, carter, King near Wellingtoo, 



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Mochrie, George, baker, 23 Notre Dame. 

Muffatt, Hon. George, house 4 Dalhousie square. 

Moffatt, J. 0., house 3 Portland place. 

Moffatt, Mrs. Jane, boarding house, Anderson near Jur6. 

Moffait, I., London commercial hotel, corner St. Joseph 

and Commissioners. 
Moflatt, Edward, laborer, King near William. 
Moffatt, Jos., laborer, court off Lagauchetiere. 
Moffatt, Chas., tailor, Prince near Wellington. 
Moffait, Edward, shoemaker, court off St. Monique. 
Mohan, Mrs., milliner, St. Henry. 
Mohan, Patrick, Cavan tavern, 94- Foundling. 
Mohan, T., foundryman, William near Murray. 
Moir, Jas., commission merchant, 57 Commissioners, 

house Latour. 
Moison, Mrs., house 35 St. Elizabeth. 
MoLSON, John, jun., general merchant, Lemoine. 
MoLsoN, Thomas & William, & Co., brewery and 

distillery, 14.5 St. Mary. 
Molson, Thomas, house 1 Molson terrace. 
Molson, William, house 111 St. Mary. 
Molson, Hon. John, house corner Sherbrooke and St 

Lawrence. 
Molson, J., jun., house C6te des Nciees. 
Molson, J. H. R., brewer and distiller, house at the 

brewery, St. Mary. 
Molson, Alexander, advocate, house corner Sherbrooke 

and St. Lawrence. 
Monahan, John, laborer, Colhorne near Wellington. 
Monahan, Patrick, laborer, Dalhousie near William. 
Monahan, Terence, grocer, Wellington near Dalhousie. 
Monarque, J. B., bedstead maker and cooper, 25 M'Giil, 

house 14< Chaboillez. 
Monarque, Fred., c!crk, court off Brock. 
Monarque, Andrew, butcher, 125 St. Mary 

Monat, , house Vitre near St. Denis. 

Mondelet, Hon. Judge, house 2 Sydenham place. 
Mondelet, Arthur, advocate, i8 Little St. Jamea. 
Monette, Francis, carter, Chaboillez. 
Monette, J. B., smith, St. F6lix near St. Joseph. 
Monette, Mrs., house 42 St. Lewis. 
Monette; J. B., carter, Bare off St. Joseph. 



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Monette, Mrs. B., house Mignonne near St. Constant. 
Monette, Mrs., house Charlotte off St. Dominique. 
Monette, Narcisse, joiner, 113 St. Charles Barromee. 
Monette, G., grocer, corner Panet and Lagaucheti^re. 
Monferand, Joseph, pilot, 130 Sanguinet. 
Mongais, G., laborer, 22 Visitation. 
Mongais, B., trader, Lagauchetidre. 
Mongeon, Mrs. P., house Ficard lane off Sanguinet. 
Monk, S. C, advocate, 23 Little St. James, house C6to 

des Neiges road. 
Monk, (John,) &. Buchanan, (G. C. V.), advocateii 

corner Little St. James and St. Gabriel. 
Monk, John, advocate, house 9 Chenneville. 
Monk, S. W., prothonotary, house Mountain. 
Monk, G., commissariat, 53 Tolentin. 
Monpetit, Joseph, carpenter, 50 St. Constant. 
Monsell, Pierre, shoemaker, Inspector. 
Monsell, Joseph, shoemaker, 98 St. Joseph. 
Monsiau, Joseph, carter, corner Mignonne and Viuta« 

tion. 
Monson, Wm., clerk, Cadieux, C6te a Baron. 
Montauban, Simeon, laborer, St. Antoine bridge. 
Montagne, Pierre, laborer, Devienne. 
Monte, P., carpenter, 18 Valine. 
Monte, Ant , shoemaker, 16 Vallee. 
Montgomerie, Mrs. A. C, house 76 St. Antoine. 
Montgomery, Misses, dressmakers, 55 St. Lawrence. 
Mo.itgomery, .las., laborer, 11 Gain. 
Montier, L6on D., French teacher, M'Gill college. 
MoNTiZAMBERT, (E. L,) & MoRRis, (Alex.,) advo* 

cates, 49 Little St. James. 
Montizambert, E. L., house at St. Johns. 
Montmarquette, P., carpenter, Mignonne near St. Law- 
rence. 
Montmarquette, Joseph, butcher, head of St. Constant. 
Montmarquette, F. X., baker, 126 St. Charles Bar- 

rom6e. 
Montmarquette, Charles, shoemaker, Visitation near St. 

Catherine. 
Montmarquette, Jos., carpenter, head of Visitation. 
Montpellier, Mrs. J. B., laundress, head of German. 
Montreal Bank, (A. Simpson, cashier.) Place d'Armes. 



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Montreal Savings Bank, at the Montreal Bank. 

Montreal City Bank^ (F. MaccuUoch, cashier,) Place 
d'Armes. 

Montreal City and District Savings' Bank, (John Collins, 
actuary,) 4 Great St. James. 

Montreal City and District Building Society, (J. J. C. 
Abbott, secy.) 34> little St. James. 

Montreal City Foundry, (C. P. Ladd,) Queen near 
William. 

Montreal City Mills, (Ira Gould,) south side Canal. 

Montreal New City Mills, (N. Weed Gould,) Canal basin. 

Montreal Dispensary, (Dr. Wright,) 6 St. George. 

Montreal Telegraph Company, (0. S. Wood, superin- 
tendent,) Odd Fellows' Hall, Great St. James. 

Montreal Mechanics' Institute, 46 Great St. James. 

Montreal Foundry, (Wm. Rodden,) William, Griffln- 
tovvn. 

Montreal Baths, (Charles Garth,) 50 Crai^. 

Montreal and Quebec Steamboat office, at D. Torrance 
& Go's, corner St, Paul and St. Nicholas. 

Montreal Protestant Orphan Asylum, (Mrs. Cribb, ma- 
tron,) St. Catherine near Mountain. 

Montreal Harbour Commissioners' office, (John Glaas, 
secy.,) 77 Common. 

Montreal Building Society, (Jas. Court, secretary,) 
Great St. James. 

Montreal Fire Insurance, Company, (Wm. Murray, 
manager,) corner Great St. James and St. Francois 
Xavier. 

Montreal Gas Light Company's office, (W. R. Falcon- 
er, manager) Gabriel, Griffintown. 

Montreal School of Medicine, 8 St. Urbain. 

Montreal General Hospital, (Dr. Reddy, house surgeon,) 
Dorchester near St. Dominique. 

Montreal Eye Institution, (Dr. Henry Howard,) 6 St. 
Fran9oi8 Xavier. 

Montreal Ladies' Benevolent Institution, (Mrs. Ford, 
matron,) 94 and 96 Mountain. 

Montreal Post Office, (Jas Porteous, P. M.) 15 Great 
St James. 

Montreal Mining Company, (R. McNaught, secretary,) 
Insurance Company's buildings. Great St. James. 



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Montreal and Troy Telegraph Co., Odd Fellows' Hall, 
Great St. James. 

Montreal Steam Tow Boat Company, (D. Torrance, 
agent,) 198 St. Paul. 

Montreal and New York Railroad Office, (John Farrow, 
superintendent,) Bonaventure. 

Montreal Merchants' Exchange and Reading Room, 
(T. S. Hayward, superintendent,) Odd Fellows' 
Hall, Great St. James. 

Montreal Courier, (Lindsay and Dinning,) 6 St. Joseph. 

Montreal Water Works Otfice, 28 Notre Dame. 

Montreal Natural History Society, 10 Little St. James. 

Montreal Gaol, (Thomas M'Ginn, gaoler,) St. Mary. 

Montreal Type foundry, (C. T. Palsgrave,) office 9 
Lemoine. 

Montreal Gazette Office, (J. M. Ferres & Co., proprie- 
tors,) 20 Great St. James. 

Montreal Herald Office, (D. Kinnear & Co.,) St. Ga- 
briel. 

Montreal Transcript Office, (Donald M'Donald, propri- 
etor,) Hospital near St. Fran9ois Xavier. 

Montreal Pilot Office, (Ft-ollo Campbell,) Place d'Armes. 

Montreal Temperance Advocate Office, (J. C. Becket, 
printer,) 22 Great St. James. 

Montreal Tool Store, (James Foster,) 201 St. Paul. 

Montreal Witness, (John Dougall,) 22 Great St. James. 

Montreal True Witness, (E. Clerk, editor,) 3 M'Gill. 

Montreal Agricultural Journal, English & French, (John 
Lovell, printer,) St. Nicholas. 

Montreal Minerve Office, and Album Lit6raire of La 
Minerve, (L. Duvernay, proprietor,) 15 St. Vin- 
cent. 

Montreal Moniteur Canadien, (DcMontigny &; Co., pro- 
prietors,) 79 St. 1 aul. 

Montreal M61angcs Religieux, corner of St. Denis and 
Mignonne. 

Montreal Directory Office, (R. W. S. Mackay,) at John 
Lovell's, St. Nicholas. 

MoNTREuiL, J. A., notary public, 42 St. Mary, house 
corner Grant and Water. 

Montreuil, Mrs. Pierre, head of Visitation. 

Montreuil, .lean, shoemaker, 62 St. Maurice. 



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Montreuil, H., house 118 PaiK t. 

Moodie, W., dry goods, St. Joseph, house 58 St. Char- 
les Barrom^e. 

Moody, L., house 40 M'Gill. 

Moody, Win., printer, 21 St. Lewis. 

Mooney, .lames, lahorer, head of St. Constant. 

Mooney, John, teacher, (Jeorge near Wellington. 

Mooney, Wm., engineer, King near Welhngton. 

Mooney, Miclil., shoemaker, King near Wellington. 

Mooney, Mrs., dressmaker, M'Cord near Gabriel. 

Mooney, Patrick, lahorer, George near Wellington. 

Moore, Terence, Railroad hotel and grocer, 100 Bona- 
venture. 

Moore, Richard, cabinetmaker, 4-9 Notre Dame. 

Moore, James, printer, St. Catiierinc near St. Denis. 

Moore, Mrs. H., house court oil German. 

Moore, James, shoemaker, court off St. Monique. 

Moore, Wm., trader, Durham near Sydenham. 

Moore, Mrs., house Dufresne. 

Moore, Luke, grocer, Lagaucheti^re near St. George. 

Moore, Stewart, lahorer, William near Colborne. 

Moore, John, shoemaker, Lagaucheti^re near Alexander. 

Moore, Mrs., house William near Kempt. 

Moore, Robert, bricklayer, 73 Amherst, 

Moore, J., dry goods, 12 Notre Dame. 

Moore, Dominick, carter, foot of Cemetery. 

Moore, Edward, storeman. 24< St. Maurice. 

Moore, Thomas, butcher, Bonaventure near Mountain. 

Moore, Wm., gardener, 76^ Mountain. 

Moore, John, foundryman, 13 Brock. 

Moore, Geo., tavern, 19 St. Lawrence. 

Moquin, Ls., sawyer, Chatelle near Panet. 

Morache, N., quarrier, Visitation near St. Catherine. 

Morahan, Jas., carpenter, Ilaymarket square. 

Morand, Paul, silversmith, St. Amable lane. 

Morand, Mrs. Joseph, boarding house, 25 Sanguinet. 

Moran, James, court olV German. 

Moran, Mrs., seamstress, Drake's court off College. 

MoREAU, Leblanc & Cassidy, advocates, corner 
Craig and St. Gabriel. 

Moreau, Joseph, tinsmith, 177 St. Joseph. 

Moreau, M., grocer, Dorchester near St. Urbain. 



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Moreau, A., hatter, 62 Bonaventure. 

Moreaii, B., joiner, St. Catherine near Brock. 

Moreau, Antoine, roofer, off 85 St. Dominique. 

Moreau, Pierre, lahorer, IG Amherst. 

Moreau, Frs., carter, 29 Salaberrj-. 

Moreau, .Toseph, stonecutter, 07 St. Constant. 

Moreau, F., lahorer, court off Sanpuinet. 

Moreau, Aut^t., carpenter, court off St. Denis. 

Moreau, Charles, sawyer, Victoria road. 

Moreau, Narcisse, roofer, 172 St. Joseph. 

Moreau, A., roofer, St. Catiierine near St. Dominique. 

Moreau, Miss, dressmaker, Laj^auchetieire near Bleury. 

Morell, Nathaniel, trader, William near Colborne. 

Moretti, Pietro, hairdresser, 41 McGill. 

Morgan, Mis., grocer, corner Bleury and St. Catherine. 

MoR(;.\N, Hexry, & Co., general drj' goods, 204' Notre 
Dame. 

Morgan, Christopher, butcher, ll.'i St. Joseph. 

Morgan Richard, steamboat agent, Commissionera. 

Morgan, Henry, house Hanover, Beaver hall. 

Morice, Jas., cabinetmaker, 79 Craig, house 56 St, 
George. 

Morin, N., cooper, Dorchester near St. Phillip. 

Morin, P. H., harbour master, house 107 St. Paul. 

Morin, Louis, gardener, Lusignan near St. Antoine. 

Morin, Mrs., house court off Panet. 

Morin, Jos,, laborer, Panet near Dorchester. 

Morin, J. B., laborer, 6 St. Ignace. 

Morin, Louis, cooper, corner Bonaventure and St. Mar- 
garet. 

Morin, Charles, mason, Chaboillez, 

Morin, Mrs., house 6 Inspector. 

Morin, N., joiner, Visitation near Mignonne. 

Morin, Jean, mason, 19 St. Dominique. 

Morin, C, trader, corner Montcalm and Mignonne. 

MoRLAND & Co., general hardware importers, St. 
Joseph near St. Paul. 

Morland, H., grocer, 97 St. Constant. 

Morland, Thomas, house 1 Albert place. 

Morley, W. A., clerk, 3 Grant. 

Morley, Michael, dry goods, 36 St. Mary. 

Morley, J., bank clerk, St Catherine near Germai>. 



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Morneau. John, carter, Catherine near Gabriel. 
Morris, liROTHERS, general commission merchants, 13 

St. Sacrament. 
Morris, R., saddlery and harness, 27 Notre Dame. 
Morris, James, hoots and shoes, 28 Great St. James. 
Morris, Hon. Wm., house 18 Alexandor. 
Morris, Alex., advocate, 49 I/itllc St. James, house 18 

Alexander. 
Morris, Jos., trader, ^21- Mountain. 
Morris, James, trader, (i9 St, Paul, house Sanguinet. 
Moriseau, Bapt., carter, Panet near Dorchester. 
Morisettc, Bapt., carter, Bar6 olT St. Joseph. 
MoRisoN, Cam F.RON & Empry, general dry goods, 202 

Notre Dame. 
MoRisoN, M., advocate, 9 Little St. James. 
Morrison, Andrew, collector, DorchesternearBleury. 
Morrison, George, huilder, 17 Amherst. 
Morrison, Charles, laborer, 49 Mountain. 
Morrison, Daniel, messenger, 25 St. Genevieve. 
Morrison, John, house Wellington near George. 
Morrison, James, builder, Belmont, Beaver hall. 
Morrison, J., tavern, 234 St. Paul. 
Morrissy, John, laborer, Catherine near Wellington. 
Morrow, W. W., grocer, 27 St. Lawrence, corner 

Vitr6. 
Morson, F., M. D., 6 St. Francois Xavier. 
Morton, Mrs. C, grocer, 114 St. Antoine. 
Morton, Robert, builder, Guy near Dorchester. 
Morton, Miss, silkdyer, 46 Chenneville. 
Morton, Donald, shoemaker, 17 Toientin. 
Mosbrugger, G., plasterer, 3 Lagaucheti^re. 
Moses, Michael, paints, oils, and glass, 97 St. Paul, 

house 16 Inspector. 
Moss, H., painter, corner St. Urbain and Dorchester. 
Moss 6c Brothers, clothiers, 182 St. Paul. 
Moss, L., & Co., pawnbrokers, .^)8 Notre Dame. 
Moss, David, house 1 Bleury. 
Moss, Edward, house 5 Bleuiy. 
Mount, E. H., M. D., 4 Tecumseth terrace. 
Mountain, Thomas, tavern, 40 St. Lawrence. 
Mouaseau, Charles, laborer, court otf St. Deni.^. 



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Mousseau, Charles, carpenter, 98 Amherst. 
IVIousseau, Ant., house 19 St. Lawrence. 
Moussette, A., tavern, St. Amahle lane. 
Mowlen, VVm., gardener, Bonaventure near Cemetery. 
Moxen, Jt-vmes, conch man, 23 Champ de Mars. 
JMoyen, Et., lamplighter, Hrock near Dorchester. 
Moyle, Mrs., seamstress, Jur6 near BIcury. 
Moynagh, Eilvvard, storeman, Drake's court. College. 
Muckle, Charles F., house 12 Bleury. 
MuiR, W. cV: J., merchant tailors, 2;') Great St. James. 
Mum, W. A: R., wholesale dry poods, 223 St. Paul. 
Muir, G. B., advocate, 5 Place d'Armes hill, house St. 

Monique. 
Muir, W'm., jun., house 3 Hanover terrace. 
Muir, Ebenczer, house 20 St. Monique. 
Muir, Wm., merchant tailor, house St. P»Mer, 
Muir, 11., house 3 Hanover terrace. 
Muir, James, house 13 St. Genevieve. 
Muir, Mrs., house 38 St. Joseph. 
Mulcahy, Mrs. A., house 49 St. Lawrence. 
Muldoon, P., dry goods, 170 Notre Dame. 
Muldoon, Mrs., seamstress, St. Bernard off Bleury. 
Mulhall, John, laborer, south side of Canal. 
Mulholland, Henry, house 272 Sherhrooke. 
Mulholland, Edward, tailor, Murray near William. 
Mulligan, R., grocer, corner Sanguinei and Lagauche- 

tidre. 
Mulligan, Timothy, grocer, Wellington near King. 
Mulligan, Mrs., house head of Tolentin. 
MuLLiN, J., groceries and wines, corner St. Paul and 

McGill. 
MuUin, Timothy, laborer, court off St. Charles Bar- 

rom6e. 
MuUin, Francis, waterman, Water. 
MuLLiNS, F. F., shipchandler and marine store, Com- 
mon near Youville. 
Mullins, James, grocer, corner Wellington and Dalhousie. 
Mullins, Timothy, smith, St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Mullins, Francis, house Gabriel place, Lower Lachine 

road. 
Mullins, Joseph, stage driver, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Muloch, D., shoemaker, 164 St. Joseph. 

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Munday, W. G., house 16 Beaudry terrace^ 
Munday, Denis, laborer, Kempt near William. 
Munroe, Alexr., tavern, 113 Commissioners. 
Munroe, Hector, contractor, Brunswick, Beaver halJ. 
Munroe, Duncan, house George near Common. 
Munroe, Dr. P., house Bleury near Craig. 
Murney, Denis, pipemaker, Colborne avenue. 
Murphy, P., dry goods and clothing, 35 McGill. 
Murphy, Edward, dry goods, Jacques Cartier square, 

house 39 Sanguinet. 
Murphy, C, dry goods, 18S Notre Dame. 
Murphy, James, grocer, 31 Sanguinet. 
Murphy, Edward, clerk, 6 C6te. 
Murphy, P. S., house 6 C6te. 
Murphy, John, storeman, Hermine near Juj*6. 
Murphy, John, laborer, Prince near Gabriel. 
Murphy, Maurice, letter carrier, German near St. 

Catherine. 
Murphy, James, storeman, 38 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Murphy, Mrs. R., laundress. Jure near St. George. 
Murphy, D., shoemaker, off Jure near Chenneville. 
Murphy, Michael, smith, 13 Inspector. 
Murphy, Ed., smith, 99 Water. * 
Murphy, Daniel, laborer, head of Fullum. 
Murphy, Martin, smith, 9 Vitre. 
Murphy, William, carpenter, Little Dublin off St, 

George. 
Murphy, Thomas, laborer, Little Dublin off St. Geoi^e. 
Murphy, Mathew, smith, Lagaucheti^re near Alexander. 
Murphy, Patrick, laborer, 39 St. Maurice. 
Murphy, James, boarding house, head of Amherst. 
Murphy, Michael, smith, Gabriel near Prince. 
Murphy, Mrs., tavern, 55 Notre Dame. 
Murphy, John, turner, St. Phillip. 
Murphy, Peter, trader, 41 St. Maurice. 
Murphy, Michael, laborer, Gabriel near Prince. 
Murphy, Jas., laborer, Kempt near Wellington. 
Murphy, Patrick, tailor, Catherine near Colborne. 
Murphy, Laurence, laborer, Catherine near Gabriel. 
Murray, Donald, & Co., forwarders, Colborne, opponte 

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Great St. James, house Dorchester west. 

Murray, Donald, house St. Joseph. 

Murray, H., tanner, 90 Amherst. 

Murray, J., artist, Wellington near King. 

Murray, Mrs., midwife, 77 Sanguinet. 

Murray, Patrick, laborer. Queen near William. 

Murray, Patrick, butcher, Bonaventure near Mountain^ 

Murray, Patrick, laborer, Gabriel near McCord. 

Murray, George, engineer. Prince near Wellington. 

Murray, James, laborer, William near Colborne. 

Murray, John, storeman, Nazareth near Wellington. 

Murray, Mrs., Brock near Water. 

Murray, James, laborer, 105 St. Constant. 

Murray, Wm., pedler, 45 Mountain. 

Murtagh, Michael, store 150 Craig. 

Murtagh, C, laborer. Kempt near Wellington. 

Murtagh, L., police, Barclay near Water. 

Mussell, James, joiner, Colborne near William. 

MusSEN, Thomas, silk mercer, haberdasher, and carpet 
warehouse, corner Notre Dame and St. Lambert. 

MussEN, Henry, groceries and wines, 22 St. Mary. 

Mutual Fire Insurance Company of the County of 
Montreal, corner St. Francois Xavier and St. Sa- 
crament. 

Myers, Michael, steamboat captain, Chaboillez square. 

Myette, Agapide, painter, 114 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Myette, Ls., painter, Mignonne near St. Lawrence. 

Myland, Miss, house 89 St. Constant. 

NADEAU, Mrs., trader, St. Catherine near Bleary. 

Nadeau, Andre, house 150 Craig. 

Nalty, Ed., laborer, court off Catherine. 

Namur, Ed., carter, 114^ St. Dominique. • 

Namur, Joseph, tinsmith, 8 German. 

Nantais, Nicholas, carter, Lagauchetidre near Montcalm. 

Nantell, S., house 86 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Nantell, J. B., carpenter, Dufresne. 

Nantell, S., trader, 118 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Nantell, Casimir, waterman, St. Catherine near Brock. 

Napier, Colonel, visiting superintendent Indian 
Affairs, Canada East, house 49 Champ de Mars, 
office Government house. 



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National Loan Fund Life and Annuity Society, (F, 

R. Starr, general agent,) 17 Great St. James. 
National School, Bonsecours near St. Denis. 
National Institute Rooms, 86 Notre Dame. 
Natural History Society, 10 Little St. James. 
Naud, Ls., shoemaker. Brock near St. Catherine. 
Naud, J. B., roofer, St. Dominique. 
Naud, Jean, joiner, St. Catherine near German. 
Navere, Augt., laborer, Visitation near Mignonne. 
Navion, F. X., measurer, corner Panet and Mignonne, 
Neagle, Thomas, house 26 Bonaventure. 
Neary, Edward, shoemaker, 49 St. Maurice. 
Neil, Nicholas, laborer, St. Antoine bridge. 
Nelson, Wolfred, M. D., provincial inspector of 

prisons, corner Little St. James and St. Lawrence 

hill. 
Nelson (H. A.) & Butters (Isaac,) wooden ware, 

clocks, &c., 22 M'Gill. 
Nelson, Dr. Alfred, corner Little St. James and St. 

Lawrence hill. 
Nelson, H. A., house Cdte St. Antoine. 
Nelson, Mrs. James, house St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Nelson, Butters & Co., marble factory, 21 M'Gill. 
Nelson, Robert, laborer, court off St. Henry. 
Nelson, James, carter, 102 St. Joseph. 
Nelson, Thomas, house 85 St. Urbain. 
Nerbonne, A., shoemaker, Montcalm near Dorchester. 
Nesbit, John, smith, Shaw near St. Mary. 
Nesbit, H., milkman, head of Amherst. 
Neveux, Jos. T., house Visitation. 
Neveux, J. B., shoemaker, German near Mignonne. 
Nevins, Mrs., house Kempt near Wellington. 
Nevins, Mrs., seamstress, 50 Wolfe. 
Newby, Geo., shoemaker, corner Amherst and Lagau- 

chetidre. 
New City Gas Works, (W. R. Falconer, manager,) 

corner Gabriel and Ann. 
Newman, P., mason, Vitre near St. Constant. 
Newstadt & Barnett, G. I. Asher, agent, 53 Great 

St. James. 
Nichols, J. & M., general dry goods, 136 Notre Dame, 

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Nichols, Miss, school, Vitr6 near St. Urbain. 

Nichol, John, briishmaker, corner St. Eloi and St. Paul. 

Nicoll, H. J. & D., clothiers, 14 Great St. James. 

NicoUs, Joseph, laborer, City Councillors. 

Nield, T. W., house 226 St. Paul. 

Nicholson, R., general blacksmith, 175 Craig. 

Nicholson, R., butcher, Montcalm near Lagauchetidre. 

Nicholson, Arthur, grocer, 101 Water. 

Nicholson, Richard, laborer, St Antoine west. 

Nicholson, Thomas, butcher, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Nicholson, John, laborer, Lagauchetidre near Wolfe. 

Nickless, Mrs. J., house head of German. 

Nightengale, Wm., smith, St. Germain near Alexander. 

Nimmo, Mrs. Alexander, Bronsdon's lane off Dorchester. 

Nimmo, Mrs., seamstress, 54> St. Antoine. 

Niquette, Pierre, joiner, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 

Nixon, Thomas, house 65 St. Dominique. 

NoAD, Young & Co., general merchants, corner Wil- 
liam and Grey Nun. 

Noad, Frs., boards at St. Lawrence hall. 

Noble, James, laborer, Lagauchetidre near St. George. 

Noel, John V., house 41 St. Urbain. 

Noel, A., shoemaker, Panet near St. Catherine. 

Noel, E., joiner, Panet near St. Catherine. 

Nolan, Michael, laborer, Gain off St Mary. 

Nolan, Patrick, laborer, Hermine near Lagaucheti^re. 

Nolan, W., shoemaker, WeUington near Common. 

Nolan, John, laborer, William near Colborne. 

Nolan, John, tailor, Gabriel near Prince. 

Nolan, David, laborer, Dufresne. 

Nolan, Mrs., laundress, George near Wellington. 

Nolan, Mrs , milliner, corner M'Cord and WeUington. 

Nolan, John, laborer, Wellington near Ann. 

Nolan, Mrs., house 19 C6t6. 

Nolan, Geo., printer, 19 C6t6. 

Nordheimer, A. & S., piano forte warehouse, Odd 
Fellows' hall. Great St. James. 

Noreau, Joseph, cooper, 45 Water. 

Noreau, Charies, shoemaker, 28 Panet. 

Norman, H., shoemaker, 9 Campeau. 

Norman, Jas., shoemaker, 5 Woodyard. 

Normand, Louis, joiner, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 



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Normandeau & Roy, carriagemakers, 118 St. Denis. 

Normandeau, £., smith, St. Emery near St. Denia. 

Normandeau, A., shoemaker, 20 Chaboillez. 

Normandin, J. B., shoemaker, corner Sanguinet and 
Mignonne. 

Norris, M., carpenter, Kempt near William. 

Norris, Geo., messenger, Lagauchetidre near St. Con- 
stant. 

Norris, J., carpenter, Vitr6 near St. Charles Barrom6e. 

North, Wm., carpenter, 19 St. Paul. 

Norton, James, laborer, Catherine near Wellington. 

Notarial Board, at H. Lappare's, St. Lawrence hill. 

NoxoN, E. B. C, hats and furs, 100 Notre Dame. 

Nugent, Patrick, store, Gabriel near Wellington. 

Nugent, Patk., laborer, off Murray near William. 

Nunn, James, chairmaker, St. Joseph. 

Nunn, G., & Co., painters, 191 Notre Dame, house Jur6 
near Alexander. 

Nurse, James, cabinetmaker, Jur6 near St. George. 

Nutt, Walter, fireman, 150 Craig. 

Nye, T., advocate, 2 St. Th6rdse. 

OAKES, T. G., confectioner, 195 Notre Dame. 

O'Brien, Mrs. B., boarding house, 2 and 4 St. John. 

O'Brien, Mrs. R., grocer, corner Campeau and Perthius. 

O'Brien, T., grocer, corner Wolfe and Lagaucheti^re. 

O'Brien, J., laborer, Gabriel near Prince. 

O'Brien, Mathew, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 

O'Brien, Thomas, grocer, corner Ann and Wellington. 

O'Brien, Mrs. E., house 33 Bonaventure. 

O'Brien, T., boots and shoes, 1 Si. Peter. 

O'Brien, Patrick, shoemaker, 1 6 Tolentin. 

O'Brien, S., laborer, Tolentin near St. Mary. 

O'Brien, Patrick, laborer, St. Constant. 

O'Brien, Thomas, shoemaker, St. Claude. 

O'Brien, Henry, laborer, Montcalm near Lagauchetidre. 

O'Brien, Wm., clerk, 31 Champ de Mars. 

O'Brien, Mrs., laundress, Perthius. 

O'Brien, Mrs., laundress, Lagauchetidre near Campeau. 

O'Brien, Mrs., bootbinder, 5 Colborne. 

O'Brien, John, shoemaker, 14 Tolentin. 

O'Brien, Patrick, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 

O'Connel, Daniel, laborer, 93 Mountain. 



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O'Connor, John, cooperage. Queen near Wellington. 

O'Connor, Denis, butcher, Drake's court, College. 

O'Connor, Michael, brewer, Dalhousie near William. 

O'Connor, Miss, school, 7 Recollect. 

O'Connor, Mrs., school, 31 St. Maurice. 

O'Connor, Daniel, grocer, corner Lagaucheti^re and St. 

Elizabeth. 
O'Connor, James, cabinetmaker, St. Catherine. 
O'Connor, Edward, gardener, 99 Mountain. 
O'Connor, Anthony, clerk, William near Ann, 
O'Dea, James, laborer, George near Wellington. 
O'Donnell, Edward, laborer, Prince near William. 
O'Donnell, Daniel, mason, Williams' court College. 
O'Donnell, Mrs. M., seamstress, 80 St. Charles Bar- 

rom6e. 
O'Donnell, Geo., pipemaker, Colborne avenue. 
O'Donnell, Mrs., house 35 Amherst. 
O'Doherty, Miss, house 13 St. German. 
O'Donovan, Peter, lumberer, George near WelUngton. 
O'Grady, Jos., laborer, Nazareth near Gabriel. 

O'Hara, Mrs. Edward, laundress, 39 St. Ignace. 

O'Hara, Dominick, newsman, Toleniin near St. Mary. 

O'Hara, Mrs., laundress, Little Dublin off St. George. 

O'Hara, James, trader, 10 Viger square. 

O'Hara, M., paver, court off St. Elizabeth. 

O'Hara, Robert, trader, 22 St. Andr6. 

O'Hara, Martin, laborer, St. Claude. 

O'Hara, Patrick, dry goods, 13 St. Mary. 

O'Heron, Jas., laborer, Devienne. 

O'Kaine, Joseph, coachbuilder, 131 Craig. 

O'Keefe, Mrs., dressmaker, Wellington near Grey Nun. 

O'Keefe, Charles, laborer, Common near Grey Nun. 

O'Leary, Arthur, trader, Murray near Gabriel. 

O'Leary, Cornelius, smith, 237 St. Joseph. 

O'Meara, John, restaurant, 10 Place d'Armes. 

O'Meara, M., coachbuilder, Radegonde near Hayraar- 
ket. 

O'Malley, Charles, laborer, Gabriel near George. 

O'Malley, Matthew, saddler, 39 St. Maurice. 

O'Neil, John, laborer, Colborne avenue. 

O'Neil, Hugh, laborer, George near Common 

O'Neil, Miss, grocer, 109 St. Constant. 



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O'Neil, Mrs., house 18 Amherst. 

O'Neil, Thomas, sheriff's officer, 2 St. Claude. 

O'Neil, P., laborer, Gain off St. Mary. 

O'Neil, Mrs., laundress, 1 1 St. Bernard. 

O'Neil, Edward, laborer, Prince near Wellington. 

O'Neil, Con, laborer, William near Ann. 

O'Neil, Thos., clerk, south side Canal. 

O'Reilly, M., grocer, Lagaucheti^re near Montcalm. 

O'Reilly, P., grocer, corner St. Charles Barrom6e and 
Vitre. 

O'Reilly, Patrick, shoemaker, Lagaucheti^re near Wolfe. 

O'Rourke, Mrs., huckster, .33 Tolentin. 

O'Rourke, Patrick, shoemaker, Colborne near William. 

O'Rourke, Mrs. J., laundress, little Dublin off St. George. 

O'Rourke, Thos., laborer, Erie off Colborne avenue. 

O'Sullivan, Michael, musician, Wellington near Ann. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, (British Order,) 22 St. Gabriel. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, (Canadian Order,) Great St. James. 

Officers' Mess, 20th Regt., 17 Notre Dame. 
Officers' Quarters, 20th Regt., Dalhousie square, and 
Durham place. 

Officers' Mess, R. A., 2 Dalhousie square. 
Officers' Quarters, R. A., 3 Dalhousie square. 
Ogden, S., & Co., merchants, old City Bank buildings, 

227 St. Paul. 
Ogden, Robert, R. E., house Dorchester near Mountain. 
Ogden, Samuel, house University avenue. 
Ogden, C. L., house University avenue. 
Ogilvy, Wood & Co., wholesale dry goods, 5 Nuns* 

buildings, St. Joseph. 
Ogilvy, John, boards at St. Lawrence hall. 
Ollendorff, M., importer of watches, jewellery, cigars, 

&c., 110 Notre Dame. 
Oliver, Miss, seamstress, Nazareth near Wellington. 
Oliver, Robert, P. 0. clerk, house corner Dorchester 

and St. Elizabeth. 
Oliver, R., house St. Dominique near Vitr6. 
Oliver, John, chairmaker, St. Joseph. 
Oliver, Mrs. Fred., music teacher, 29 St. Lewis. 
Ordnance Office, Water near the Barracks. 
Ornais, Pascal, boilermaker, 135 St. Joseph. 



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Orleans, J., stonecutter, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 

Orleans, Edward, carter, Visitation near Lagauchetidre. 

Ormsby, Jas., laborer, head of Alexander. 

Orr, James R., & Co., general importers and commis- 
sion merchants, Gillespie's buildings, 77 Commis- 
sioners, 

Orr, Mrs. J. R., house 20 Alexander. 

Orr, John, hotel, 11 Great St. James. 

Orr, Mrs. W. R., house Dorchester near St. Constant. 

Orr, J., tavern, corner Jur6 and Hermine. 

Orsail, Thomas, grocer, Durham. 

Osborne, Josiah, currier, Victoria road. 

OsTELL & Perrault, architects and surveyors, 87 For- 
tification lane and 74 Notre Dame. 

Ostell, John, house 4 Cornwall terrace. 

Otterson, Wm., tailor, Lagauchetidre near Alexander. 

Oudett, Ls., laborer, Sophia lane off Craig. 

Ouelette, Alex., house St. Amable lane. 

Ouelette, Joseph, mason, Acqueduct off St. Joseph. 

Ouelette, Alex., carter, Acqueduct off St. Joseph. 

Ouelette, Mrs., house court off St. Dominique. 

Ouelette, Baptiste, butcher, Chaboillez off St. Joseph. 

Ouelette, Joseph, laborer, St. Constant near Mignonne. 

OuiMET, ANDRfi, advocate, house Fortification lane, 
near St. Lawrence hill. 

Ouimet, Cyprien, carter, off Brock near Visitation. 

Ouimet, Jules, shoemaker, St. Emery off St. Denis. 

Ouimet, Frs., tavern, St. Lawrence hill. 

Ouimet, Cyprien, leather, &c., Jacques Cartier snaare. 

Ouimet, Moses, carpenter, Aylmer. 

Ouimet, Luke, joiner, 22 Amherst. 

Ouimet, Joseph, carter, Mignonne near Brock. 

Ouimet, U., carriagemaker, St. Antoine bridge. 

Ouimet, Benj., smith, Sanguinet near St. Catherine. 

Outhet, R., butcher, Guy near St. Antoine. 

Owen, H., piano tuner, 62 St. Joseph. 

Owen & Tranter, pianofortes, 8 St. George. 

Owen, , pianomaker, corner Vallee and St. Phillip. 

Owens, Patk., laborer, Sophia lane off Craig. 

Owler, Wm., house corner Hermine and Jur6. 

PACAUD, E. L., advocate, 25 St. Gabriel. 

Pacneaud, Antoine, laborer, Dufresne. 

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ton near George. 
Pagneillo, Joseph, tinsmith, 10 Bonaventure. 
Painchaud, A., merchant, 168 Craig. 
Painchaud, Mrs. M., house 31 St. Lawrence. 
Painchaud, Fabien, coachmaker, St. Antoine bridge. 
Paisant, Gilbert, lumber merchant, Charlotte off St 

Constant. 
Pallaissier, Wm., joiner, Jur6 near Bleury. 
Palmer, John, hairdresser, 17 St. Gabriel. 
Palmer, Dr. Frs., ventriloquist and professor of natunF 

magic, 33 Notre Dame. 
Palmer, J., blacksmith, Prince near William. 
Palmer, John, house 28 Chenneville. 
Palmer, John, blacksmith, William near Grey Nun. 
Palmer, John, tavern, 76 Commissioners. 
Palmer, Wm., commissariat, St. Henry near St. Mauricov 
Pallosse, Frs., basketmaker, head of Visitation. 
Palsgravx, C. T., type foundry, and agent for the 

Inland Marine Insurance Co., corner of Lemoin* 

and St. Helen. 
Panet, P. L., advocate, 40 St. Denis. 
Panneton, J., hatter, head of German. 
Panton, T. C, general merchant, 7 St. Sacrament, hmiaa 

Cdte St. Antoine. 
Papin, Jos., advocate, corner Notre Dame and St. 

Claxide, house 58 Dorchester. 
Papin Andr6, storeman, St. F61ix near St. Joseph. 
Paptn, Francois, wheelwright, head of Bleury. 
Papin, Joseph, carpenter, Dufresno. 
Papin, A. L., house 4 Durocher. 
Papineau, D. E., notary public, 9 St. Gabriel, comer 

Little St. James. 
Papineau, C. F., notary public, 9 St. Gabriel, corner 

Little St. James. 
Papineau, A. C, advocate, 9 St. Gabriel, corner Little 

St. James. 
Papineau, J. M., cabinet store, St. Catherine near St. 

Denis. 
Papineau, Pierre, sen., farmer, head of Brock. 
Papineau, Pierre, jun., carter, head of Brock. 
Papineau, L. J. A., house Cherry hill, Dorchester west. 



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Papineau, Antoine, d.y goods, 46 St. Joseph. 

PapineaUy Misa, house 7 Queen square. 

PapineaU) F. X., carter, Visitation near Mignonne* 

Papineau, Mederis, joiner, Brock near Mignonne. 

Papineau, Miss, dry goods, 31 St. Joseph. 

Pappen, M. M., tobacconist, 117 St. Paul, house Du- 

rocher. 
Paquet, Jos., mason, Mignonne. 
Paquet, Jean, laborer, St. Dominique. 
Paquet, Ant., gardener, lane off Panet. 
Paquet, Jos., carpenter. Current St. Mary. 
Paquet, Pierre, carpenter, Dufresne. 
Paquet, M., shoemaker, German. 
Paquin, Pierre, grocer, 70 St. Denis. 
Paquin, Pierre, jun., grocer, St. Catherine near St. 

Denis. 
Paquin, Joseph, joiner, 54 St. Elizabeth. 
Paradis & Brother, general dry goods, 117 Notre 

Dame. 
Paradis, Ovide, house 22 St. Urbain. 
Pardy, Mrs., house 3 Mountain terrace. 
Par6, Hubert, grain merchant, 171 St. Paul, houM 1 

St. Charles Barrom§e. 
Pare, J. B., grocer, corner Wolfe and St. Catherin*. 
Par6, S., carpenter, corner German and St. CatheriAt. 
Pare, Charles, carpenter, Smallwood lane off Panet. 
Parfe, Et», shoemaker, 2 Beaudry terrace. 
Parent, J., saddler, 152 St. Joseph. 
Parent, B., carter, 136 St. Joseph. 
Parent,- Charles, carter, head of City Councillorl. 
Parent, Peter, storeman, St. F^lix near St. Joseph. 
Parent, Mrs., huckster, 3 Lagauchetiere. 
Parent, Augt., shoemaker, German near Mignonne. 
Parent, Eli, carpenter, Dufresne. 
Parent, Pierre, carter, 136 St. Joseph. 
Parent, J. B., carter, 120 Sanguinet. 
Paris, Joseph, cooper, 87 St. Dominique. 
Paris, Ls., wood dealer, St. Constant. 
Paris, Ls., jun., wood dealer, St. Constant. 
Pariseau, T nomas, cabinetmaker, 10 Bonaventure. 
Pariseau, Louis D., joiner, 96 St. Charles Barroni^d. 
Pariseau, Mrs. M. J., laundress, head of Brock. 



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Pariseau, Joseph, joiner, 73 St. Constant. 

Pariseau, Moses, house St. Amable lane. 

Pariseau & Co., cabinetmakers, 14> St. Lawrence. 

Pariseau, Honor6, clerk, 89 Sanguinet. 

Parke, G., laborer, court off St. George. 

Parker, A. Davidson, manager Colonial Life Assu- 
rance Company, 49 Great St. James. 

Parker, Robert, shoemaker, Nazareth near Wellington. 

Parker, James, cooper, Nazareth near Wellington. 

Parker, Wm., cooper, Kempt near Wellington. 

Parker, Mrs. John, house court off Dalhousie. 

Parker, Jas., jun., cooper, Nazareth near Wellington. 

Parker, Robt., laborer, Sophia lane off Craig. 

Parker, John, brewer, 15 Molson place. 

Parkin, James, lace merchant and hosier, 116 Notre 
Dame. 

Parkyn, William, engineer, house Mountain near 
Sherbrooke. 

Parsons, Joseph, storeman, George near Wellington. 

Partland, Mrs., house 52 Bleury. 

Partridge, Thos., cabman, 17 St. Maurice. 

Pashby, Thomas, butcher, 46 Montcalm. 

Patenaude, Amable, house Current St. Mary. 

Patenaude, Joseph, laborer, 10 Valine. 

Patrick, William, grocer, 78 St. Maurice. 

Patrie, Mrs. John, house, 93 St. Dominique. 

Patschovsky, Raymond, hatter and furrier, 103J 
Notre Dame. 

Pattengale, Mrs., tavern, 23 St. Paul. 

Patterson & Taylqr, tallow chandlers, Hermine 
near Lagauchetiere. 

Patterson, John, clerk, 22 St. Elizabeth. 

Patterson, Mrs., dressmaker, 54 St. Lawrence. 

Patterson, D. M., at Mrs. Stanley's, Lagauchetiere. 

Patterson, James, smith, corner Recollect and St. Peter. 

Patterson, Mrs., laundress, Barclay near Water. 

Patterson, Mathew, furrier, St. Bernard off Bleury. 

Patterson, Stephen, chandler, Hermine. 

Patterson, Mrs., house Alexander near Craig. 

Patterson, Wm., livery stables, house 27 Little St^ 
James. 

Patterson, Mrs., house Dorchester west. 



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Patton, James, & Co., china, glass, <kc., 42 M'Gill. 

Patton, Wm., & Co., groceries and wines, 27 M'Gill. 

Patton, William, carpenter, Lagaucheti^re near St. Dom-. 
inique. 

Patton, Laird, carpenter, Desrivicires off St. Antoine. 

Patton, Mrs. George, house Lagaucheti^re near St. Con- 
stant. 

Patton, William, carter, Bleury near Lagauchetidre. 

Patton, R., shoemaker, 37 Sanguinet. 

Patton, Mrs. John, tavern, Friponne near Water. 

Patton, Thomas, trader, 55 St. Paul, house 14 St. 
George. 

Patton, Francis, farmer, ^4> Bonaventure. 

Pauze, Octave, mason, Christopher near St. Catherine. 

Pawson, Mrs. W., house 61 St. George. 

Paxton, James, gardener, 219 St. Joseph. 

Paxton, Thomas, laborer. College near Inspector. 

Pay 6, Mrs. J., seamstress, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Pay6, Miss, dressmaker, 62 St. Denis. 

Pay6, Benjamin, house 31 Montcalm. 

Payette, J., tavern, corner Sanguinet and Dorchester. 

Payette, Eugdne, joiner, Cemetery off St. Antoine. 

Payette, B., waterman, 31 Montcalm. 

Payette, B., stonecutter, head of St. Lawrence. 

Payette, H., stonecutter, Dorchester near St. Phillip. 

Payette, J., carter, corner St. Catherine and St. Andri. 

Payette, A., nailer, lane off St. Felix near St. Joseph. 

Payette, Pierre, laborer. Bare off St. Joseph. 

Payette, Mrs., seamstress, head of German. 

Payette,- Frs., grocer, 134 St. Joseph. 

Payette, Frs., carter, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Payette, Ls., stonecutter, head of German. 

Payette, Wm., huckster, Williams' court off College. 

Payeur, M., bailiff, Tolentin near St. Catherine. 

Payeur, Augt., painter, German near Dorchester. 

Payment, Michael, joiner, 127 St. Lawrence. 

Patne, Hamilton, & Co. wine and spirit merchantS| 
184 Notre Dame. 

Payne, Joseph, clerk, 126 St. Mary. 

Payne, C. S., civil engineer, 11 Chenneville. 

Payne, Edward, house 69 Sherbrooke. 

Paysant, Louis, mason, 94 St. Dominique. 

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Peacock, H., watchmaker and jeweller, 92 Notre Dame* 

Peacock, John, jeweller, 17 Little St. James. 

Pearce, Richard, grocer, Colborne avenue. 

Pears, C, boots and shoes, 137 Commissioners. 

Pearson, George B., corkcutter, 3 St. Joseph. 

Peatman, William, house 40 St, Ignace. 

Peck, Thomas, & Co., wholesale hardware, cut nails 
and spikes, 155 St. Paul, house 4 Benny's build- 
ings, St. Joseph. 

Peck, George, clerk. College near Inspector. 

Peel, T., bricklayer, St. Lewis, C6te a Baron. 

Peirce, John, storeman, Colborne near Wellington. 

Peirce, Hiram, contractor, house Piedmont. 

Peirce, John, laborer, Dalhousie near William. 

Pelletier & Papin, advocates, 48 Notre Dame. 

Pelletier, A., house Lagauchetiere near St. Charle« 
Barromee. 

Pelletier, David, boots and shoes, 88 and 107 Notre 
Dame, house 146 Sanguinel. 

Pelletier, J. F., house 63 Champ de Mars. 

PeUison, G., house Jure near Hermine. 

Peltier, Dr. H., house Craig opposite Hermine. 

Peltier & Bourret, advocates, 20 St. Gabriel. 

Peltier, G., notary public, 21 St. Antoine. 

Peltier, , carter. Grey Nun near Common. 

-Peltier & Numanville, advocates, St. Lawrence hill. 

Peltier, Paul, laborer, Dorchester near Montcalm. 

Peltier, Jean, cabman, German. 

Peltier, Frs., furrier, Sanguinet. 

Peltier, Ant., laborer, 115 Sanguinet. 

Peltier, Toussaint, advocate, house 103 Craig. 

Peltier, Mrs. P., house 19 Salaberry. 

Peltier, Paul, shoemaker, Panet. 

Peltier, Louis, mason, Panet. 

Peltier, F. X., butcher, St. Catherine near Amherst. 

Pelton (T. J.,) & Napier, (G. H.) notaries public, 
corner St. John and St. Sacrament. 

Pelton, Joshua, superintendent of the old Protestant 
burial ground, house Dorchester near German. 

Pelton, T. J., house 7 St. Lewis. * 

Pennell, Edward, gardener, St. Germain. 

Pennell, Wm., chandler, St. Germain. 



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Penny, E. G., Herald office, St. Gabriel. 

Penny, Thos., tanner, College near Dupr^ lane. 

Penny, Robert, mason, 178 St. Lawrence. 

Penny, James, house 178^ St. Lawrence. 

Penny, Wm., carter, 5 Visitation. 

Pennyket, P., laborer, 43 Voltigeurs. 

Pensierre, J., tinsmith, 135 Commissioners, house St, 
Joseph. 

Pentland, G., storeman, Lagauchetidre near St. George. 

Pepper, Tom, store, 45 Voltigeurs. 

Peppin, Louis, joiner, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Peppin, Misses, traders, 10 St. Lawrence. 

Peppin, Joseph, joiner, Dufresne. 

Peppin, Louis, joiner, 120 Bleury. 

Peppin, Joseph, joiner, Montcalm near Dorchester. 

Peppin, Joseph, trader, Montcalm near Dorchester. 

Peppin, Henri, joiner, Christopher near St. Catherine. 

Peppin, Ed., joiner, Christopher near St. Catherine. 

Peppin, G., baihff, head of Panet. 

Peppin, Andre, smith, 120 Bleury, 

Perat,M., house 101 St. Lawrence, 

Perhamus, James, hairdresser, 79 St. Mary. 

Perkins, J. A., commission merchant, 212 St. Paul, 
house 81 Bleury. 

Perkins, J., laborer, 78 St. Urbain. 

Perrault, Auguslin H., house Perrault's court oflf Craig. 

Perrault, Louis, printer, 7 St. Vincent. 

Perrault, Edward, butcher, German above Mignonne. 

Perrault, C, carter, head of St. Constant. 

Perrault, Antoine, stonecutter, St. Elizabeth near St. 
Catherine. 

Perrault, D., stonecutter. Cemetery oflf St. Antoine. 

Perrault, Charles, carpenter, 110 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Perrault, Joseph, stonecutter, St. Elizabeth near St. 
Catherine. 

Perrault, L6on, shoemaker, Mignonne near St. Con- 
stant. 

Perrault, Alexander, laborer, 3 Water. 

Perrault, Mrs. Joseph, house corner Mountain and St. 

Antoine. 
Perrault, Mrs., house Craig near St. Denii. 
Perrault, N., carter, head of St. Constant. 



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Perrault, Eli, grocer, corner St. Charles Barrom^e and 
Mignonne. 

Perrault, O., house 25 Sherbrooke. 

Perrault, Ant., bookbinder, 79 Sanguinet. 

Perrault, V., M. D., corner Perrault's court and Craig. 

Perrault, Frs., house corner Perrault's court and Craig. 

Perrault, Louis, joiner, corner Perrault's court and 
Craig. 

Perrault, Charles, shoemaker, St. Catherine near Alex- 
ander. 

Perrigo, John, chief engineer fire department, City Hall. 

Perrin, Ferdinand, dry goods, 116 St. Paul. 

Perrin, Francis, merchant, Jacques Cartier square, 
house 1 St. Elizabeth. 

Perrott, Patrick, cooper, St. Henry. 

Perry, Alfred, hosemaker, 124 Craig, house 71 St. 
Antoine. 

Perry, William, fire engine builder, 95 Fortification 
lane. 

Periy, James, general smith, 124 Craig. 

Perry, George, fire engine builder, I24i Craig. 

Perry, John, shoe store, 185 Notre Dame. 

Perry, Henry, laborer, McCord near William. 

Pesant, S., trader, St. Catherine. 

Peter, W. P., R. E., house off St. Antoine near Guy. 

Petit, Joseph, carpenter, corner Bonaventure and In- 
spector. 

Petrie, Mrs. David, Anderson near Jur6. 

Pettaway, Ed., shoemaker, Fortier near St. Constant. 

Phelan, John, groceries and wines, 1 St. Paul. 

Phelan, Thomas, laborer, 80 Mountain. 

Phelan, Andrew, shoemaker, head of German. 

Phelan, John, laborer, Gabriel near Wellington. 

Phelan, James J., advocate, 90 St. Mary. 

Pheris, Mrs., house Jur6 near Hermine. 

Philbin, Richard, house Wellington near McCord. 

Phillips, W. A., notary public, 51 Little St. James, 
house Aylmer. 

Phillips, George, ale vaults, 6 Great St. James, house 
1 St. Francois Xavier. 

Phillips (H.,) & Taylor, (R.,) St. Lawrence brewery 
170 St. Lawrence. 






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Phillips, Alfred, house Aylmer. 

Phillips, Mrs., house Aylmer. 

Phillips, Charles, house Dorchester near Acqueduct. 

Phillips, S., school, 57 St. Urbain. 

Phillips, John, laborer, Sophia lane off Craig. 

Phillips, Mrs., house Murray near Gabriel. 

Pias, Louis, house 62 Montcalm. 

Picard, Louis, butcher, St. Margaret. 

Picard, Charles, butcher, Chaboillez off St. Joseph. 

Picard, Mrs., house Bare off St. Joseph. 

Picard, Joseph, carter, 161 Craig. 

Picard, P., joiner, head of Sanguinet. 

Picard, E., house head of Sanguinet. 

PiCAULT, Dr. p. E., druggist, 36 Notre Dame. 

PiCHfi, Leon, general dry goods, 35 St. Lawrence. 

Piche, Francis, carpenter, 82 Bonaventure. 

Piche, Albert, sawsetter, 79 Sanguinet. 

Pich6, Basil, carter, 58 St. Denis. 

Pich6, Alexis, laborer, head of Panet. , 

Pichette, Mrs. Joseph, laundress, 22 Montcalm. 

Pichette, Paul, carpenter, Duf^esne. 

Pichette, Mrs. Olivier, 25 Montcalm. 

Pichette, H., plasterer, Dorchester near St. Lawrence. 

Picken, H. B., clerk, 7 St. Edward. 

Picken, Miss C., ladies' school, St. Lawrence hill. 

Pickering, John, coffee roaster and spice factor, City 
mills, corner Craig and St. Peter, house mile end. 

Pickett, William, laborer, Wolfe near Lagauchetidre. 

Pickup, E., Wesleyan book depot. Fortification lane 
near Bleury, 

Picotte, P., laborer. Brock near Dorchester. 

Picotte, Pierre, stonecutter, Sanguinet. 

Pierotti, Joseph, jeweller, head of Montcalm. 

Pigeon, Sauvageau & Co., brewers and spirit mer- 
chants, 105 Commissioners. 

Pigeon, Francis, house 85 St. Joseph. 

Pigeon, Felix, carter, 114 St. Constant. 

Pigeon, Joseph, trader, Lagaucheti^re. 

Pigeon, Antoine, sawyer, Dorchester west. 

Pigeon, Charles, house 126 St. Lawrence. 

Pigeon & Co., brewery. Current St. Mary. 

Pigeon, CsBsar, laborer, Dufresne. 



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Pigeon, George, trader, St. Claude. 

Pigeon, Louis, carter, Brock near Dorchester. 

Pigeon, Joseph, police, Montcalm near Water. 

Piiaire, Miss, house 94 Amherst. 

Pilon, Jerome, trader, St. Amable lane, house St. An- 
toine. 

Pilon, 0., waterman, 89 St. Lawrence. 

Pilon, Maxime, laborer, head of German. 

Pineau, Michael, shoemaker, head of St. Hubert. 

Pinet, George, shipcarpenter, head of St. Andr6. 

Pinkerton, Robert, sexton Zion Church, house Du- 
rocher. 

PiNSONNEAULT, A., house and office 2 Great St. James. 

Pinsonneault, Marcile, carter, 123 St. Charles Bar- 
rom^e. 

Pinsonneault, Jean, laborer, German. 

Pinsonneault, T., laborer, head of German. 

Pion, Louis, carpenter, ^O Tolentin. 

Pivain, Pierre, joiner, 30 Montcalm. 

Plamondon, Louis, dry goods and clothing, 122 and 
128 St. Paul. 

Plamondon, Pierre, house 98 St. Paul. 

Plamondon, Joseph, grocer, corner Durham and Dor- 
chester. 

Plantagenet Springs depot, 4> Place d'Armes. 

Flante, Joseph, laborer, head of Sanguinet. 

Plante, F6Ux, shoemaker. Brock near Dorchester. 

Piatt, George, notary public, house 127 Sherbrooke. 

Piatt, J., deputy clerk of Recorder's court. City hall. 

Piatt, John, storeman, Alexander near Craig. 

Piatt, John, packer, St. George near Craig. 

Pleau, Cyril, voyageur, Visitation near St. Catherine. 

PlimsoU, John, bookkeeper, Radegonde. 

Plimsoll, Mrs., house 5 Bonaventure. 

Plinguet, J. A., printer and publisher, 7 St. Th^rdse. 

Plouff, Peter, carter, Brock near Mignonne. 

Plouflf, Louis, sailor. Brock near Mignonne. 

Plouff, A., carter, Panet near Dorchester. 

Plouff, Frs., carter, 50 Visitation. 

Plouff, S., pilot. Brock near Mignonne. 

Plouff, Frs., laborer, St. £dward lane off Bonaventaro. 

Plouff, Frs., laborer, 6 Amherst. 






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PloufT, L., hatter, Brock near St. Catherine. 

Plume, Joseph, laborer, Amherst near Lagaucheti^re. 

Plunkett, Mrs., laundress, McCord near William. 

Pocklington, J., ca.penter, Bronsdon's lane off Dor- 
chester. 

Poe, David A., house Alexander near St. Catherine. 

Poet, James, block and pump maker, Vitr6 near 
C6te, and Point a Caliidre. 

Poirier, J. B., laborer, German near Dorchester. 

Poirier, Nicholas, house St. Phillip. 

Poitraa, B., mason, 50 St. Mary. 

Poitras, Misses, teachers, 50 St. Denis. 

Poitras, J. C. A., advocate, house 50 St. Denis. 

Poitras, Joseph, wheelwright, 64* St Lawrence. 

Poitras, Louis, potashmaker, Wolfe near Lagaucheti^e. 

Poitras, Louis, jr., potashmaker, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Poitras, B., carter, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Poitras, James, mason, 110 St. Mary. 

Poitras, Pierre, roofer, 66 St. Elizabeth. 

Poitras, Mrs. F., store, German near St. Catherine. 

Poitras, Mrs. X., house 158 St. Joseph. 

Poitras, Andr^, stonecutter, court off Sanguinet. 

Poitras, Olivier, tailor, 218 St. Paul. 

Poitras, Mrs. N., laundress, head of St. ChBrlet Bar- 
rom6e. 

Poitras, Louis, smith, 297 St. Joseph, house 243 St. 
Joseph. 

Poitras, James, mason, Salaberry off St. Mary. 

Poitras, Michel, lamplighter, 142 St. Mary. 

Poitras, Joseph, laborer, Fullum. 

Poitvin, Fra., carter, Vall6e. 

Poitvin, J. B., carter, St. Lawrence morketplacv. 

Poitvin, J. B., stonecutter, 123 St. Lawrence. 

Police Station, A., Bonsecours market. 

Police Station, 115 Craig. 

Police (Water,) Station, King near Common. 

Pollock, Thos., gasfitter, 33 St. Constant. 

Poison, Angus, tollgate, Victoria road. 

Pomeroy, A., boots and shoes, 46 St Mary. 

Pominville, L., baker, Dorchester near German. 

Pominville, P., stonecutter, Valine. 

Pominville, Mrs. Frs., 53 St. Joseph. 



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Pominville) Michael, mason, 15 St. Phillip* 
Pominville, Mrs., house 4« Beaudry terrace St. Urbain^ 
Pominville, Mrs., house Vitr6 near Chenneville. 
Pominville, J. H., sawyer, Panet near Dorchester. 
Pontbriand, John, shoemaker, 126 St. Charles Bar- 

romee. 
Pontine, Mrs., tavern, 3 St. Francois Xavier. 
PoPHAM, John, advocate, 5 Place d'Armes hill. 
Popham, H. H., brushmaker, 33 Amherst. 
Popham, Henry, clerk, 33 Amherst. 
Popham, Henry, shoemaker, Drake's court off College. 
PoRTEOus, J., postmaster, house Lagaucheti^re near 

Albert place. 
Porteous, John, jun., house 134" St. Antoine. 
Porteous, H. S., clerk, Janvier. 
Porteous, Mrs. John, house 5 1 St. Lewis. 
Porteous, Wm., carpenter, 22 St. Lawrence. 
Porteous, James, custom's clerk, corner St. Catherine 

and Christopher. 
Porteous, Mrs., house Lagaucheti^re near St. Urbain. 
Porter, John, laborer, 3 Adolphus. 
Porter, Frs. S., millwright, 22 St. Maurice. 
Porter, Miss J., music teacher, Vitr6 near St. Chariot 

Barrom6e. 
Pos6, J., laborer, Panet near St. Catherine. 
Pos6, Mrs. Chas., tailoress, 37 Voltigeurs. 
Potter, Thomas, carter, 118 St. Antoine. 
Potts, James, printer, Herald office, house 59 Champ de 

Mars. 
Potts, Alex., carriagemaker, 20 Panet. 
PouLiN, Pierre, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 20 

Great St. James, house 39 St. Urbain. 
Poulin, Joseph, smith, 45 Campeau. 
Poulin, Samuel, clerk, 175 St. Paul. 

Poulin, , cabinetmaker. White's lane off Vitr6. 

Poulin, Frs., laborer, Montcalm near Panet. 

Pouney, Robert, shoemaker, Murray near William. 

Pourpoint, Joseph, laborer, Dufresne. 

Poustian, Charles, cabinetmaker, 97 St. Lawrence. 

Poutrie, J. B., house St. Elizabeth. 

Powder Magazine at St. Catherines, S. Senior, agent, 

30^ St. Francois Xavier. 



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Power, Miss, ladies' school, 34 St. Lawrence. 

Power, Maurice, store, 32 St. Mary. 

Power, Roger, laborer, William near Murray. 

Power, Nicholas, engineer, Dalhousie near Common. 

Power, R., police, 46 St. George. 

Power, Wm., police, Wellington near Ann. 

Power, James, laborer, William near Nazareth. 

Power, Mrs., house St. Germain off Bleury. 

Pozer, Eugdne, painter, 13 Inspector. 

Pratt, John, & Co., wholesale merchants, 178 St. Paul, 

house 8 Tecumseth terrace. 
Pratt, Charles F., house 7 Tecumseth terrace. 
Pratt, Edward, leather store, 176 St. Paul. 
Pregan, Miss, seamstress, 8 Chenneville. 
Pregan, Frs., house Acqueduct off St. Joseph. 
Prendergast, Thos., laborer, 17 Campeau. , 

Prendergast, W., butcher, head of Campeau. 
Prendergast, Jas., starch factory, 21 St. Monique. 
Prendergast, Mrs., house Chaboillez off St. Joseph. 
Prendergast, Mrs., court off Colborne. 
Prenevant, Frs., cooper, St. Felix near Mountain. 
Prentice, Edward, brewer, 3 and 5 St. Bernard. 
Presby, Jesse, smith, 22 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Pretaboin, Mrs. J., 28 Adolphus in rear. 
Prevandi^re, Mrs., laundress, 7 Campeau. 
Provost, R., trader, 124 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Prevost, Charles, carter. Brock near St. Catherine. 
Prevost, Francois, mason, Fortier. 
Prevost, Luke, grocer, Brock near St. Catherine. 
Provost, Alfred, house St. Catherine near St. Charles 

Barromee. 
Prevost, Mrs., house Brock near Dorchester. 
Prevost, P., grocer, corner Brock and St. Catherine. 
Provost, Leandre, trader, 42 Campeau. 
Provost, A., dry goods, 108 St. Paul, house head of 

Mountain. 
Prevost, Mrs., huckster, Wolfe near Dorchester. 
Pr6vost, Baptiste, stonecutter, 46 Visitation. 
Prevost, Norbert, joiner, head of Brock. 
Pr6vost, Joseph, sawyer, St. Dominique. 
Pr6vost, Chs., gardener, head of Montcalm. 
Provost, Frs., mason, head of Montcalm, 

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Pr6vost, Amie, shoemaker, Dorchester near Montcalm. 
Prevost, Joseph, stonecutter. Brock near St. Catherine. 
Pr6vost, T., boarding house, 36 Commissioners. 
Prevost, Octave, leather dealer, Jacques Cartier square, 

house Cote des Neiges. 
Provost, Andr6, leather dealer, Jacques Cartier square, 

house C6te des Neiges. 
Prevost, Mrs., boarding house, 25 St. Lawrence. 
Pr6vost, Mrs., boarding house, head of St. Lawrence. 
Provost, L., carpenter, Cadieux, C6te a Baron. 
Pr6vost, Charles, shoemaker, L5 German. 
Price, Samuel, grocer, 109 Commissioners. 
Price, John, bootmaker, Bonaventure. 
Price, Martin, trader, Jacques Cartier square. 
Price, Mrs., house 121 St. Charles Barromee. * 
Price, Mrs., house Lagaucheti^re near Alexander. 
Prior, Thos., laborer, Bar6 oif St. Joseph. 
Priseau, Joseph, shoemaker, Chaboillez square. 
Pritchard, Col., Assistant Adjutant General, Mountain 

near Dorchester. 
Proctor, CD., groceries and wines, 13 M'Gill. 
Protection Fire Assurance of Hartford, (Robert Wood, 

agent,) 8 St. Francois Xavier. 
Protector Fire Engine, 183 Notre Dame. 
Protestant Orphan Asylum, E. Cribb, superintendent, 

St. Catherine near Mountain. 
Protestant Public School, Thos. Allen, teacher, Ann 

near Wellington. 
Protestant Magdalen Asylum, Miss Veitch, matron, 

St. Catherine near St. Urbain. 
Proulx, Antoine, carter, 38 Montcalm. 
Proulx, Mrs., midwife, 43 St. Lawrence. 
Provancher, Michael, cabinetmaker, Bonaventure near 

Cemetery. 
Provancher, Mrs., boarding house, 6 St. Lawrence. 
Provancher, Z., baker, 110 St. Lawrence. 
Provancher, Jos. N., baker, 137 St. Lawrence. 
Provandie, Mrs., ready made linen, &c., 50 Notre 

Dame. 
Prowse, George F., tin and coppersmith, 3S Great 

St. James. 
Prud'homme, Miss Mary, house 149 St. Lawrence. 



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Prud'homme, Jos., trader, 102 St. Antoine. 

Prud'honime, Frs., dry goods, 84 I^Iotre Dame. 

Prud'homme, Louis, shoemaker, St. Catherine near St. 
Dominique. 

Prud'homme, Frs., house German near Lagauclieti^re. 

Prud'homme, M., shoemaker, Cadieux, C6te i Baron. 

Public Pound, Vigor place, St. Denis. 

Pullen, James, tavern, 49 Craig. 

Pulling, W., druggist, St. Charles Barromee near Craig. 

Purcell, James, laborer, 23 Gain. 

Pyke, George, deputy clerk of circuit court, 28 St. Lewis. 

QUAIN, Patrick, miller, south side Canal. 

Qualsh, Joseph, carter, 16 St. Charles Barromee. 

Qualsh, John, house 16 St. Charles Barromee. 

Quarter Master General's Office, 57 St. Lewis. 

Quenneville, Antoine, laborer, German near St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Quesnel, Mrs. J., house 71 Craig and Cote St. Antoine. 

Quesnel, A., house Dorchester west. 

Quevillon, Charles, house 154 St. Lawrence. 

Quevillon, John B., tavern, 45 St. Paul. 

Quevillon, Cyril, grocer, corner Lagauchetidre and Am- 
herst. 

Quigley, Thomas, boarding house, 118 Craig. 

Quillan, Peter, laborer, Kempt near WeUington. 

Quinlan, Michael, laborer, 124 St. Lawrence. 

Quinlan, James, house Mayor near Bleury. 

Quinn, James, laborer, William near Prince. 

Quinn, Hugh, shoemaker, corner Prince and Wellington. 

Quinn, Martin, carter, 137 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Quinn, Mrs., store, 40 Wolfe. 

Quinn, Frs., joiner, 113 Sanguinet. 

Quinn, John, laborer, Bronsdon's lane off Dorchester. 

Quinn, Michael, laborer, Jure near Bleury. 

Quinn, John, storeman, William near Prince. 

Quinn, Matthew, laborer. Prince near WeUington^ 

Quinn, John, carpenter, 14 St. Genevieve. 

Quintal, Ant., chimney sweep, court off St. Constant. 

Quintal, Ant., jun., laborer, court off St. Constant. 

Quintal, Narcisse, grocer, corner Sanguinet and St. Ca- 
therine. 

Quintal, T., tailor, 29 PaneL 



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Quintal, Xavier, shoemaker, 44 Panel, in rear. 

RACICOT, Aiigustin, house Grey Nun near Com- 
mon. 

Racicot, Olivier, house 1J2 St. Dominique. 

llacicot, Romuald, house Charlotte off St. Constant. 

Racicot, F. X., laborer, 70 Voltigeurs. 

Racine, , i)rinter, head of Sanguinet. 

Racine, P. C, house Jure near St. George. 

Racine, Louis, house head of tSt. Lawrence. 

Racket Court, 10 Cote. 

Radenhurst, C. B., general merchant, 18 ^ St. Fran9oi6 
Xavier, house Berthelot. 

Radiger, John, advocate, 8 Rousseau. 

Rae, Mrs. M. E., house City Councillors near Berthe- 
lot. 

Rae, David, bookkeeper, 54 Craig. 

Rae, T., commissariat, house 2 St. Antoine place. 

Rae, R., bootmaker, 16 St. George. 

Raffan, Thomas, clerk, 63 Amherst. 

Rafferty, James, laborer, Lagaucheti^re near Bleury. 

Rafferty, M. Patrick, house Queen square. 

Rafter, John, trader, St. Constant near St. Catherine. 

Rainy, Samuel, engineer, Wellington near Prince. 

Rainy, James, painter, Lagauchetidre. 

Ramsay, Hew, bookseller and stationer, 21 St. Firan- 
^ois Xavier, house 121 Bleury. 

Ramsay, Thomas, secretary Canada Life Assurance 
Company, 27 St. Fran9ois Xavier, house corner 
St. Catherine and Bleury. 

Ramsay, M., baker, 22 St. Joseph. 

Ramsay & McArthur, painters, &c., 58 M'Gill. 

Ramsay, A., painter, house 115 St. Antoine. 

Ramsay, T. K., house corner Craig and St. Joseph. 

Rancour, Charles L., tailor, house 6 Chenneville. 

Randell, Robert, miller. Gain near St. Mary. 

Rankin, Lieut., R. E., house 10 Notre Dame. 

Ranson, Wm., trader, head of Montcalm. 

Ranson, John, boots and shoes, Vitre near St, Charles 
Barromee. 

Rapin, Charles, boarding house keeper and bailiff, 19 
St. Vincent. 

Rapin, Baptiste^ cooper, 27 Campeau. 



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RTipin, Tho8., trader, 52 St. Constant. 

Rasette, Antoine, carter, St. Ignace near St. Maty, 

Rasette, Charles, laljorer, head of Fullum. 

Rasette, Antoine, carter, 9 St. Genevieve. 

Rasette, Charles, house 14 St. Genevieve. 

Rasette, F., baker, German near Dumarais. 

Rasette, Antoine, laborer, head of Sanguinet. 

Rathe, L., tailoi*, 3 Beaudry terrace. 

Rattray, James, & Co., tobacconists, 94 Notre Dame. 

Rattelle, Mrs. P., house 67 Wolfe. 

Rattelle, Antoine, cabinetmaker, Montcalm near Dor- 
chester. 

Rattelle, J.B., blacksmith, Montcalm near Lagauchetidre. 

Rature, Pierre, sawyer, Brock near Mignonne. 

Ravey, , carter, corner Ann and Wellington. 

Ravey, Wm., carter, Prince near Wellington. 

Ravey, Patrick, carter, George near Gabriel. 

Rawley, Michael, carter, 34i St. Elizabeth. 

Ray, Henry, laborer, Albert off Colborne avenue. 

Ray, William, laborer, William near Ann. 

Rayburn, Miss, dressmaker. Queen square. 

Raymond, B., carter, 20 Mountain. 

Raymond, Joseph, cooper, Christopher near St. Hubert. 

Raymond, OHvier, pilot, 131 St. Mary. 

Raymond, Charles, shoemaker, 62 St. Elizabeth. 

Raymond, Mrs., laundress, Montcalm near Water. 

Raymond, Ls., clerk, German near St. Catherine. 

Raymond, M., butcher, Lagauchetidre near Montcalm. 

Raymond, Dr., house 131 St. Mary. 

Raymond, Frs., musician, German near Mignonne. 

Raza, H., carpenter, German near St. Catherine. 

Raza, Pierre, carpenter, Lagauchetidre. 

Rea, David, bookkeeper, house 54 Craig. 

Read, Samuel, clerk, 5 City Councillors. 

Ready, Mrs., house Tecumseth terrace. 

Ready, Dr., house surgeon general hospital, Dorchester. 
Real, Antoine, shoemaker, 70 St. Urbain. 
Real, Toussaint, shoemaker. Bare off St. Joseph. 

R6aume, Mrs. M., house 42 Panet. 
Rechabite Hall, 7 Great St. James. 
Recollect Church and School, corner St. Helen and Re- 
collect. 

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Redhe-id, Thomas M., chair store, 12 M'Gill. 
Redmonds & Co., foundry and machine works, 2 Str 

Antoine. 
Redmond, James, smith, 4-4 St. George. 
Redmond, Francis, house St. Antoine bridge. 
Redmond, James, laborer, corner Nazareth and William. 
Redmond, Patrick, laborer, St. Joseph near the Canal. 
Redpath, Peter, commission merchant, house Drum- 

mond,(see addenda.) 
Redpath, John, house Terrace Bank, head of Mountain. 
Heed & Meakins, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 44 

Great St. James. 
Reed, Thomas D., house 44 Great St. James. 
Reed, Mrs., house Berry lane olT St. Lewis. 
Rees, Henry, confectioner, 33 M'Gill. 
Reeves, A. D., tailor, Alexander near Lagauchetifere, 
Reeves, L., baker, 132 St, Lawrence. 
Regan, Thos., laborer, Drake's court off College. 
Registrar's Office, old government house. 

Regnault, , surveyor, 20 St. Lawrence. 

Regneur, Martin, trader, 83 Sanguinet. 

Regnier, Dr. A. E., 8 Craig. 

Regnier, Auguste, commission agent, 38 St. Lawrence- 

Reid, Mrs. Justice, Park house, St. Mary near Panel. 

Reid, R., mason, Dorchester near St. Phillip. 

Reilly, Patrick, carter, Mayor off Bleury. 

Reilly, Wm., gardener, Burnside off Sherbrooke. 

Reilly, Terence, pedler, Dufresne. 

Reilly, Thos., shoemaker, 87 St. Constant. 

Reilly, Mrs., house Hermine near Lagaucheti^re. 

Reilly, Mrs., laundress, McCord near William. 

Reilly, Wm., house 4 Amherst. 

Reilly, Robert, laborer, court off St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Reilly, Patrick, coachman, 29 Champ de Mars. 

Reilly, John, tavern, corner Port and Commissioners. 

Reinhart, Wm., furrier, College near Inspector. 

Reinhart, Gotiieb, porkbutcher, 47 St. Andr6. 

Reinhart, Mrs., house 61 Campeau. 

R6melle, M. R., St. Dominique near Vitre. 

Renaud (Louis,) & FrUre, general merchants, 106 

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Rcnaud, F., shoemaker, 19 St. Dominique. 

Renaud, Joseph, lnb(*rer, 19 St. Dominique. 

lienaud, M., police, Si. Cfttherine near St. Denis. 

Renaud, J. B., tailor, 92 Amherst. 

Renaud, F. A., clerk, Perthius. 

Renaud, C. P. F., i/olary, 97 Bt. Mary. 

Renaud, Henri, trader, l)npr6 lane. 

Renaud, Narcisse, shoemaker, corner Durham and Dor- 
chester. 

Renaud, J., butcher, head of Panet. 

Renaud, Pierre, shoemaker, 36 Amherst. 

Renaud, Frs., shoemaker, 12 Wolfe. 

Renaud, Mrs. P., house 123 St. Lawrence. 

Renaud, Mrs. E. T., ladies' school, Benny's block, St. 
Joseph. 

Renaud, F., & Co., diy goods and clothing, 76 Notre 
Dame, house 37 St. Dominique. 

Renaud, Ignace, house 35 St. Dominique. 

Renaud, J. B., grocer, 137 St. Joseph. 

Renaud, Mrs., house 27 Campeau. 

Renaud, 0., carter, Montcalm near St. Catherine. 

Renault, Frs., house Visitation near Alignonne. 

Renault, Noel, laborer, Small wood lane off Panet. 

Renault, Noel, jun., laborer, Smallwood lane off Panet. 

Renault, A., shoemaker, St, Sim6on near Vall6e. 

Rene Cotrel, Louis, advocate, 31 Amherst. 

Renshaw, John, grocer, Colborne near the Canal. 

Renwick, Ed., beermaker, St. Mary near Fullum. 

Rethel, A., house Mignonne near Sanguinet, 

Restole, Frs., tinsmith, 103 St. Joseph. 

Reynolds, Robert, printer, 60 Bleury. 

Reynolds, Wm., printer, off 57 Bleury. 

Reynolds, John, distiller, Fullum, 

Reynolds, Timothy, tavern, 12 Brock. 

Reynolds, Patrick, laborer, 16 Campeau. 

Reynolds, Mrs., laundress, Bronsdon's lane. 

PvHODES, Joseph, wholesale dry groods, 2 Nuns' build- 
ings, St. Joseph. 

Rhynas, John, house Lagauchetidre near St. Urbain. 

Ricard, A., carpenter, head of Sanguinet. 

Ricard, Mrs. F., house head of Sanguinet. 

Ricard, Louis, advocate, 5 St. Vincent. 



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Ricard, C, joiner, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 

Rice, William A., wireworker, 23 Notre Dame. 

Rice, Miss, teacher, 88 St. Antoine. 

Rice, William G., house 21 St. Lewis. 

Richard, L., boarding house, Jacques Cartier square. 

Richard, Joseph, carter, Montcalm near St. Catherine. 

Richard, B., ship carpenter, St. Catherine near Mont- 
calm. 

Richard, Narcisse, plasterer, 132 St. Charies Barromee. 

Richard, Xavier, house 95 St. Joseph. 

Richard, Mrs., laundress, court off St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Richards, James, house 66 St. George. 

Richards, R., shoemaker, Dorchester near Colborne 
avenue. 

Richardson, Wm., laborer, Queen near Common. 

Richardson, Edward, house 77 St. Urbain. 

Richardson, I., blacksmith, 47 St. Dominique. 

Richardson, George, clerk, Vitre near St. Urbain. 

Richardson, J., brickmaker, head of Victoria road. 

Richardson, G., foreman, Anderson near Jure. 

Richardson, George, hatter, 102 St. Dominique. 

Richelieu, Dr., house 86 St. Mary. 

Richelieu, Edward, butcher and grocer, head of Visita- 
tion. 

Richelieu, Frs., butcher, head of Visitation. 

Richelieu, Augt., carpenter, Voltigeurs near Lagauche- 
tidre. 

Richelieu, Jos., stonecutter, Sanguinet. 

Richelieu, Ed., butcher, Lafontaine off Visitation. 

Richer, Mrs. Peter, St. Charies Barromee near Mig- 
nonne. 

Richer, Bapt., laborer, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Richer, A., inspector, 49 Sanguinet. 

Richer, J. B., carter. Brock near Dorchester. 

Riddell, 0., tailor, 8 Dorchester. 

Riddell, John, grocer, 71 St. Lawrence. 

Riddle, J., corkcutter, 5 Busby lane. 

Riendcaux, Nar., carter. Visitation near Lagaucheti^re. 

Riendeaux, Chas., trader, Visitation near Lagaucheti^re. 

Riendeaux, F., butcher, Panet near St. Catherine. 

Riendeaux, C, carpenter, 140 St. Mary. 

Riley, Henry, trader, 67 St. Maurice. 



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Riley, Thos., shoemaker, 87 St. Constant. 

Riley, Patrick, waterman, 28 St. George in rear. 

Riley, Philip, house German near St. Catherine. 

Riley, John, laborer, St. Sim6on. 

Rin, James, wines and groceries, 63 St. Maurice. 

Ringland, G., clerk, St. Charles Barrom6e near Craig. 

Rintoul, Mrs., house 17 St. Edward. 

Riordan, Daniel, laborer, Gabriel near George. 

Ritchie, J., storeman, Dorchester. 

Ritchie, Martha, grocer, 53 St. Joseph. 

Ritchie, John, stevedore, Versailles oflf St. Joseph. 

Ritchotte, Jos., carter, Smallwood lane oflf Panet. 

Ritt, J., smith, Dorchester near St. Urbain. 

Rivals, Jos., shoemaker, Sophia lane. 

Rivard, Augt., huckster, 66 St. Denis. 

Rivet, D., joiner, 137 Sanguinetl 

Rivet, N., joiner, head of Sanguinet. 

Rivet, N., blacksmith, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 

Rivet, Medard, joiner, corner Sanguinet and St. Cathe- 
rine. 

Rivet, N., joiner, St. Catherine. 

Rivet, G., joiner, 135 Sanguinet. 

Rivet & Doray, grocers, Bonsecours market. 

Rivet, Amable, laborer, lane off Montcalm. 

Roach, Mrs., house 114 St. Antoine. 

Roach, Mrs., laundress, Little Dublin oflf St. George. 

Robb, Wm., laborer, 102 St. Joseph. 

Robb, Mrs., milliner, 45 Montcalm. 

Robert, Joseph, joiner, St. Catherine near Christopher. 

Robert,"C., joiner, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Robert, J. B., carter, 24 Inspector. 

Robert, Paul, police, Brock near Dorchester. 

Robert, Antoine, house 75^ St. Constant. 

Robert, Leon, carter, 104 St. Constant. 

Robert, Leon, inspector of flour, 35 St. Joseph. 

Robert, Bapt., clerk, 43 Sanguinet. 

Robert, Chs., tailor. Brock near Lagaucheti6re. 

Robert, L6andre, joiner, corner Sanguinet and St. 
Catherine. 

Robert, Michael, carter, Bar6 oflf St. Joseph. 

Robert, Ant., stonecutter, head of Brock. 

Robert, Charies, laborer, 61 Campeau. 



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Robert, Chaa., trader, Montcalm near St. Catherine, 
Robert, Mrs., seamstress, 25 St. Gabriel. 
Robert, Prosp6re, shoemaker, 72 Bonaventure. 
Boberts, Benjamin, moulder, 1 1 Inspector. 
Roberts, Edward, builder, 31 Chenneville. 
Robertson, Duncan, advocate, 21.^ Little St. James* 
Robertson, Andrew & George R., advocates, 49 

Little St. James. 
Robertson, Andrew, house C6te St. Antoine. 
Robertson, George R., house west Dorchester. 
Robertson, James, house 52 St. Antoine. 
Robertson, Mrs. Dr., house 20 Notre Dame. 
Robertson & Hutchins, groceries and wines, corner 

McGill and College. 
Robertson, Peter, house corner McGill and College. 
Robertson, Chas., cabihetmaker, 54 M'Gill. 
Robertson, James, office keeper, 5 Rousseau. 
Robertson, D., house 3 Tecumseth terrace. 
Robertson, Alex., house Belmont, Beaver hall. 
Robertson, Misses, house Hanover, Beaver hall. 
Robertson, Wm., storeman. Prince near Wellington. 
Robertson, Jas., clerk, Colborne near William. 
Robertson, Mrs., boarding house, Craig near St. Antoine. 
Robichaud, Michael, laborer, 12 St. Phillip. 
Robichaud, Anselm, joiner, 8 Vallee. 
Robichaud, Stanislas, carpenter, Chatelle off Panet. 
Robichaud, Joseph, carpenter, head of German. 
Robichaud, J. B., cartmaker, St. Elizabeth. 
Robidoux, Mrs. Charles, seamstress, Amherst near La- 

gaucheti^re. 
Robillard, Dr., St. Lawrence hill. 
Robillard, J., laborer, head of Sanguinet. 
Robillard, Joseph, carter, Durham. 
Robillard, Chas., carter, Acqueduct near St. Joseph. 
Robillard, Joseph, poundkeeper and clerk of Viger 

market, St. Denis. 
Robillard, P., carter, Montcalm near Dorchester. 
Robin, H., stonecutter, Mignonne near St. Denis. 
Robinson, James, clerk, Colborne near William. 
Robinson, William, officekeeper, 2 St. Paul. 
Robinson, Francis, boots and shoes, 127 Notre Dame 
Robinson, Richard, cabinetmaker, 10 Vall6e. 



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Robinson, Miss, dressmaker, 10 St. John. 
Robinson, Mrs. James, milliner, 162 Notre Dame. 
Robinson, Wm., butcher, Montcalm near Lagaucheti^re. 
Robinson, Andrew, bricklayer, court off St. George. 
Robinson, Miss E., milliner, 63 St. Lawrence. 
Robinson, William R., D. A. C. G., house 4 Portland 

place. 
Robinson, Robert, cabinetmaker, 42 Bleury. 
Robinson, James, laborer, 48 Wolfe. 
Robinson, Andrew, house 30 Tolentin. 
Robinson, Thomas, confectioner, 14 Lagauchetidre. 
Robinson, Daniel, grocer, St. Antoine bridge. 
Robley, G., shoemaker, Lagauchetidre n.ear Amherst. 
Robley, Thomas, laborer, St. Margaret off St. Antoine. 
Robson, Mrs., dre&smaker, 134 Notre Dame. 
Robson, George, clerk, 65 St. Antoine. 
Robson, Mrs., house 110 St. Lawrence. 
Roby, Joseph, clerk, 6 Beaudry terrace. 
Roby, Joseph, house 83 St. Urbain. 

Robitaille, Ls., house German. 

Robreau Duplessis, Mrs., house 14 St. PhiUip. 

Rochon, Mrs. L. D., house bead of St. Lawrence. 

Rochon, Joseph, carter, off 116 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Rochon, Antoine, butcher, head of St. Constant. 

Rochon, Olivier, carter, 84 St. Dominique. 

Rochon, L., carter, Mignonne near St. Dominique. 

Rochon, J., wheelwright, 151 St. Lawrence. 

Rochon, Bapt., carpenter, 136 St. Joseph. 

Rochon,. Augt., wheelwright, St. Dominique. 

Rochon, Frs., baker, St. Catherine. 

Rochon, , laborer, St. Antoine bridge. 

Rocree, Max., clerk, Dorchester near St. Elizabeth. 

RoDDEN, William, Montreal Foundry & City Works, 
William near Colborne. 

Rodden, Thomas, house Ann near WilUain, 

Rodden, Frs., laborer, 28 Wolfe. 

Rodgers, James, chandler, 35 St. Elizabeth, 

Rodgers, Richard, plasterer, head of German. 

Rodgers, Joseph, clerk, commissariat, house 82 Am- 
herst. 

Rodgers, William, tavern, 36 St. Lawrence. 

Rodgers, Mrs. J., house Prince near William. 



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Rodgers, Mrs., tavern, 4 St. Paul. 

Rodgers, David, teacher, 10 St. Bernard. 

Rodgers, Mrs. J., house George near Gabriel. 

Rodgers, John, boilermaker. King near Common. 

Rodgers, Samuel, moulder, 25 Queen square. 

Rogers & Wright, painters, 13^ St. Mary. 

Rogers, George, house Durham. 

Rogers, George, foundryman, 19 Queen square. 

Rogers, WilUam, house 23 Sherbrooke. 

Rodier, Charles S., advocate, house Rodier place, St. 
Antoine. 

Rodier, Mrs. J. B., house 99 St. Joseph. 

Rodier, C. S., builder, 97 St. Joseph. 

Rodier, Edward, clerk, 229 St. Joseph. 

Roe, T. P., house Union avenue. 

Roe, John, smith, 160 St. Joseph. 

Roi, H., butcher, Mignonne near St. Elizabeth. 

Roi, George, grocery and tavern, corner Lagaucheti^re 
and St. Elizabeth. 

Roland, Wm., tinsmith, 19 St. Mary. 

Roles, Mrs., Diocesan Female School, C6t6 house, 

head of C6te. 
Roles, J. S., house C6te house, head of C6t6. 
RoLLAND, J. B., book store, 24? St. Vincent. 
Rolland, Hon. Chief Justice, house Dorchester, west of 

St. Charles. 
Rolland, Joseph, saddler, 144 St. Joseph. 
Rolland, J. L., advocate. 176 St. Joseph. 
Rolland, Gabriel, house 12 Mountain. 
Rolland, F., tinsmith, 123 St. Lawrence. 
Rolland, N., mason, head of St. Hubert. 
Rolland, Mrs., house St. Gabriel near St. Th6rdse. 
Rolland & Lapierre, leather store, 78 St. Paul. 
Rollin, Paul, boatman, Acqueduct near St. Joseph. 
Rollin, J. B., house 55 St. Lewis. 
RoUo, Mrs., house Alexander near Jur6. 
Roman Catholic Bishop's house, St. Catherine near St. 

Denis. 
Roman, Maurice, furrier, 52^ St. Dominique. 
Ronaine, Ed., trader, 3 Elgin place, Lagaucheti^re. 
Ronaine, Mrs., house corner Hermine and Jur6. 
Ronald, A., boot and shoe store, 137^ Notre Dame. 



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Itondeau, Pierre, carter, 20 Montcalm. 

Eondeau, Chs., carpenter, head of Montcalm. 

Ronkall, Meyers, umbrellamaker, 11 St. Mary. 

Ronkall, Ed., umbrellamaker, 69 Sanguinet. 

Rosaire, Dominique, waiter, German. 

Kosaire, Dominique, grocer, corner Bonaventure and 

Chaboillez. 
Rosconi, Joseph, baker, 14^ Chaboillez. 
Rose & Monk, advocates, 23 Little St. James. 
Rose, John, advocate, house Simpson off Sherbrooke. 
Rose, Alexander, carpenter, Dorchester near St Denis. 
Rose, Henry, printer, corner Hermine and Jur6. 
Rose, Donald, carpenter, Anderson near Jur6. 
Rose, D. M., printer, Anderson near Jur6. 
Rose, Mrs. Jos., house Dorchester west. 
Rose, Mrs. M.^ house 10 Salaberry. 
Rose, Joseph, laborer, McCord near Gabriel. 
Ross, Wm., notary public, 43 Little St. James. 
Ross, Joseph M., (late Whitehead & Ross,) importer 

of British dry goods, 210 St. Paul. 
Ross, Arthur, agent for marriage licenses, 3 Molson 

terrace. 
Ross, Joseph M., house Devonshire place. 
Ross, Don., house C6te St. Antoine. 
Ross, Mrs. J. D., house Drummond. 
Ross, D. P., house 6 St. Mary. 
Ross, Donald, printer, 2 Chenneville. 
Ross, Charles, carpenter, Bleury near Dorchester. 
Ross, John, paver, 18 Chenneville. » 

Ross, James, printer, William near Eleanor. 
Ross, Alexander, cooper, Gabriel near Prince. 
Ross, Mrs., laundress, 6 Voltigeurs in rear. 
Ross, Mrs. D., house Devienne. 
Ross, Walter, bank clerk, Aylmer. 
Ross, Joseph, tailor, Dorchester west* 
Ross, Thomas, tailor, 13 St. Maurice. 
Ross, John, engineer, corner Lagaucheti^re and Cam- 

peau. 
Ross, Arthur, laborer, 5 Dalhousie square. 
Rossin, W., clerk, Montcalm near Water. 
Rossiter, Mrs. P. N., house St. Denis. 
Hotton, Captain, R.^ A., house University avenue. 

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RoTTOT, Pierre, oil, glue, and putty factory, 150 S*. 
Mary. 

Rouelle, Baptiste, laborer, St. F61ix off Bonaventure. 

Kough, James, inspector of flour, 21 Alexander. 

Rouiilard, Ls., laborer, William near George. 

Houleau, Ant., pilot, head of St. Andr6. 

Roul6, Augt., stonecutter, Brock near Dorchester. 

Rouss6, Ls., laborer, Williams' court. College. 

Rousset, Augt., laborer, 15 Salaberry. 

Rousseau, Mrs. Alfred, paper boxes, Brock near Dor- 
chester. 

Rousseau, Athanase, trader, Visitation near St. Catherine. 

Rousseau, Ferd., butcher, 82 Mountain. 

Rousseau, Joseph, clerk, 51 Sanguinet. 

Rousseau, Amable, joiner, head of St. Constant. 

Rousseau, Charles, carpenter, Dufresne. 

Rousseau, J. B., house I Rousseau. 

Rousseau, Francis, mason, Dorchester near St. Simeon. 

Bousselle, A., carpenter, German near St. Catherine^ 

Rousselle, Francis, joiner, St. Dominique. 

Rousselle, Mrs. J. B., laundress, Amherst near Lagau' 
chetidre. 

Rousselle, Ant., carpenter, 53 St. Elizabeth. 

Roussin, Joseph, house 31 Salaberry. 

Bouth, H. L., house 6 St. Antoine place. 

Routh, L., commissariat, house 15 Bellevue terraee. 

Routier, J. B., house 18 St. Lawrence. 

Rowan, Lieutenant General W., office Dalhocisie square^ 
house Sherbrooke. 

Rowan, Major, house 10 Notre Dame. 

Rowan, William, town sergeant, German. 

Rowan, John, carter. City Councillors. 

Rowen & Dorion, printers, Place d'Armes. 

Rowe, Daniel, miller, Dalhousie near Wellington* 

Rowe, Patrick, laborer, court off Colborne. 

Rowland, WiUiam, tinsmith, 19 St. Mary. 

Rowley, Henry, brickmaker. Kempt near William. 

Roy, R., advocate, 25 St. Gabriel, house 70 St. Paul. 

Roy, J. & W., wholesale dry goods, 172 St. Paul. 

Roy, X., liquorist house, German. 

Roy, Mrs., boarding house, 27 M<Giil. 



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Roy, James, house 66 St. Charles Barroro6e. 

Roy, Joseph, notary public, 36 St. Lawrence. 

Roy, Mr!?. Gabriel, house 131 Bleury. 

Roy, Joseph, house 4>3 Sanguinet. 

Roy, Charles, painter, Hermine near Jur6. 

Roy, Andr6, mason, head of Brock. 

Roy, E., laborer, St. Dominique. 

Roy, Joseph, trader, 47 Sanguinet. 

Roy, Louis, joiner, 66 St. Denis. 

Roy, Louis, carter, corner Montcalm and Visitation. 
. Roy & Dufort, dry goods, 67 St. Paul. 

Roy Si Brother, grocers, 67J St. Paul. 

Roy, Charles D., house 2 C6t6. 

Roy, Joseph, dry goods, 70 St. Paul. 

Roy, Euclid, advocate, 25 St. Gabriel, house 70 St. 
Paul. 

Roy, Benjamin, house Wellington, west of the Canal. 

Roy, James, painter, 44 St. Maurice. 

Roy, Ant., baker, 132 St. Dominique. 

Roy, Pierre, butcher, 167 St. Constant. 

Royal, Edward, mason, head of Montcalm. 

Royal Engineers' Offices, Dalhousie square and St. 
Lewis. 

Rudyerd, C. L., house 1 Mountain terrace. 

Kunard, Charles, carter, Durham. 

Russell, Colin, merchant, house 73 St. Antoine. 

Russell, John, laborer. Prince near Gabriel. 

Rutherford, Mrs., house 18 St. Genevidve. 

Rutherford, James, carter, 136 St. Charies Barrom^e. 

RuTHVEN, James, bookbinder, paper ruler, and station- 
er, 204 St. Paul, house 41 College. 

Rutland & Burlington Railroad office, H. Barnes, 
agent, Custom house square. 

Ryan Brothers & Co., general commission mer- 
chants, Cuvillier's buildings, St. Sacrament. 

Ryan, M. P., Franklin hotel, corner King and William. 

Ryan, Thomas, house 10 Beaver hail terrace. 

Ryan, William, butcher, 79 Bonaventure. 

Ryan, John, laborer, Murray near WelUngton. 

Ryan, Mrs. John, house 64 Tolentin. 

Ryan, Johii, house 10 Bleury. 

Ryan, John, gardener, 28 Inspector. 






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Ryan, Patrick, laborer, Murray near Gabrief. 

Ryan, Lawrence, laborer, McCord near Gabrief* 

Ryan, Thomas, police, Wellington near Ann. 

Ryan, Captain J. B., house St. Henry. 

Ryan, N., tin and copper smith, 6 St. Peter. 

Ryan, Patrick, laborer, Busby lane off Craig. 

Ryan, Patrick, laborer, McCord near Wellington. 

Ryan, Darby, farmer, south side of Canal. 

Ryan, James, tailor, Dupre lane. 

Ryan, Denis, trader, Gabriel near George. 

Ryan, Con, foundryman, Nazareth. 

Ryan, Patrick, trader, 12 Lagauchetidre. 

Ryan, Patrick, shoemaker, 43 Voltigeurs. 

Ryan, Peter, laborer, court off Murray. 

Ryan, Maurice, laborer, court off Tolentin. 

Ryan, John, laborer, court off Murray. 

Ryan, Patrick, tavern, Jacques Cartier square. 

Ryan, James, tavern, comer Youville and Common. 

Ryeull, Frs., house Wolfe near St. Catherine. 

SABINE, A. F., house Berthelot near City Council 

lors. 
Sabourin, Charles, shoemaker, Lagauchetidre. 
Sabourin, Charles, grocer, corner Mignonne and San- 

guinet. 
Sabourin, Joseph, milkman, head of Brock. 
Sabourin, Edward, shoemaker, Lagauchetidre. 
Sabourin, Mrs., house 85 St. Hubert. 
Sache, William, house 4 St. Helen. 
Sadler, Wm,, St. Ann's hotel, 117 Commissioners. 
Sadlier, D. & J., booksellers, corner Notre Dame and 

St. Fran9ois Xavier, hpuse 16 St. Antoine. 
Sally, James, laborer, Catherine near Gabriel. 
Sally, Edward, police, Dalhousie near Wellington. 
Salter, Wm., & Co., printers, 20 Great St. James^ 

house Queen square. 
Samuel, Mark, furrier and hatter. 111 Notre Dame. 
Samuel, Henry, hatter and furrier, 109 St. Paul. 
Samuel, Robert A., house 8 Craig. 
Samuels, John, fancy store, 165 Notre Dame. 
Samuels, Mrs., milliner, 165 Notre Dame. 
Sancartier, Mrs. Charles, house Panet near LagavH 

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Sancartier, J., joiner, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 
Sancartier, 8., stonecutter, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 
Sancear, J. B., beadle of the French Church, St. 

Joseph, in rear of the Church. 
Sancear, Hercule, shoemaker, 50 St. Constant. 
Sanders, Jas., carter, 111 St. Antoine. 
Sanders, Mrs. M., house corner St. Catherine and St. 

Elizabeth. 
Sanders, Wm., house 5 Beaudry terrace. 
Sanderson, Thos., carter. Jure near St. George. 
Sanderson, G., house 5 Tecumseth terrace. 
Sanderson, Alexander, laborer, Gabriel near Dalhousie. 
Sandham, John, painter, Nazareth near Wellington, 
Sandilands, K., police, St. Constant. 
Sanschagrin, P., basketmaker, head of Brock. 
Sanschagrin, Frs., basketmaker, head of Visitation. 
Sanschagrin, J. B., basketmaker, Visitation near Mig- 
nonne. 
Sansfa9on, Peter, roofer, 10 Amherst. 
Sansoucie, Mrs. T., house Brock near Mignonne. 
Sangoucie, Frs., stonecutter, St. Hubert. 
Sansouciers, M., carter. Brock near Mignonne. 
Sansouciers, Frs., carter, court off Bonaventure. 
Santois, Joseph, waiter, 31 Amherst. 
Sappers and Miners' Barracks, 39 St. Paul. 
Sarceau, Mrs., house 44 St. Lawrence. 
Sargisson, J., blacksmith, Dalhousie near Wellington. 
Saucier, T., grocer, 80 St. Dominique. 
Saunders, Thos., butcher, Kempt near Colborne avenue. 
Saunders, J. S., clerk, Vitre near St. Urbain. 
Sauvageau, A. D., & Co., chandlers, 43 Amherst. 
Sauvageau, David, grocer, 49 Commissioners, house 

Voltigeurs off St. Mary. 
Sauvageau, Anselm, shoemaker, Mig'nonne near Panet. 
Sauvageau, J. B., hatter, corner St. Charles Barrom^e 

and Lagaucheti^re. 
Sauve, Alex., laborer, foot of Cemetery. 
Sauve, Joseph, tobacconist, 28 Wolfe. 
Savage, A., & Co., chemists and druggists, 91 Notre 

Dame, house Cdte des Neiges. 
Savage, (Joseph,) & Lyman, (Theodore,) watches 

and jewellery, corner Notre Dame and St. Gabriel. 

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Savage, Jos., house Mount Pleasant, Cdte St. Antoine. 

Savage, Wm., smith, court off St. Urbain. 

Savallier, Joseph, house 47 Mountain. 

"Savard, Joseph, carpenter, German near St. Catherine. 

Savard, Joseph, grocer, 140 St. Lawrence. 

Savard, Joseph, tobacconist, 30 Wolfe. 

Sawtell, Luther, house 20 St. Maurice. 

Sawyer, Wm., trader, St. Constant near Lagauchetidre. 

Sawyer, John, house Lagauchetiere near St. Constant 

Sawyer, Wm., house St. Constant near Lagauchetiere. 

Saxton, Daniel, butcher, Kent. 

Scally, John, laborer, south side Canal. 

Scanes, R., tailor, 75 St. Urbain. 

Scanlan, P., grocer, 30 St. Charles Barromee. 

Scanlan, Mathew, carter, St. Germain oflf Bleury. 

Scanlan, John, laborer, court off St. George. 

Scere, B., laborer, Barclay near Water. 

Schiller, C. E., house Dorchester near St. Lawrence. 

Schimp, Conrad, musician, Dubord near Sanguinet. 

Schmidt, Dr. S. B., house 59 St. Lawrence. 

Schmidt, Adolphus, house St. Henry near College. 

Schneider, Peter, shoemaker, court off Hermine. 

Scholes, Frs., bootmaker, 137 Notre Dame. 

Scholes, Wm., house 47 Sanguinet. 

Scholes, Wm., registry office, Vitr6 near St. Urbain. 

Scholes, R. M., house 163 St. Paul. 

School of Industry, Miss Fraser, 146 Craig. 

Schulte, Adolph, pianoforte maker, Lagauchetidre near 
Campeau. 

Schultz, Miss, laundress, St. Constant. 

Scipiot, Lewis, baker, 106 St, Joseph. 

Scobell, Joseph, architect, &c., 45 St. Mary. 

Scott, Gilbert, wine vaults, and agency for Dunlop 
& Sons, Brewers, Albany ; and George Grove, var- 
nish manufacturer, 2 St. Sacrament, house Aylmer. 
Scott, Jam£s, &: Co., auctioneers and commission 

merchants, 211 St. Paul. 
Scott, James, jun., ashes broker, 27 St. Fran9ois 

Xavier, house St. Catherine near Mountain. 
Scott, James, auctioneer, house 111 Craig. 
Scott, J., watchmaker and jeweller, 38 M'Gill, opposite 
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Scott, J., cabinetmaker, 123 St. Constant. 

Scott, Mrs. J, house Lagauchetidre near St. Dominique. 

Scott, Dr. W. E., 3 Bonaventure. 

Scott, Brothers, axe and tool works, St. Gabriel Lock, 

Lachine Canal. 
Scott, William, laborer, St. Margaret off Bonaventure. 
Scott, John, shoemaker, Sophia lane off Craig. 
Scott, Henry, shoemaker, 23 Chenneville. 
Scott, John, clerk, 39 St. Antoine. 
Scott, Mrs., laundress, 43 St. George. 
Scott, Geo., shoemaker, court off Nazareth. 
Scott, John, carter, College near Inspector. 
Scott, Walter, engineer, Colborne neap Gabriel. 
Scott, Robert, house Richmond square. 
Scott, Hugh E., house Richmond square. 
Scott, Washington, laborer, 13 Gain. 
Scott, Samuel, laborer, 25 Inspector. 
Scougall, Walter, bank clerk, Union avenue. 
Scully, Patrick, coachman, 44 St. Paul. 
Sculthorp, James, house 41 St. Antoine. 
Seacole, George, confectioner, St. Antoine bridge. 
Sealy, Frs., carter, 29 Wolfe. 
Seath, Robert, merchant tailor, 18 McGili. 
Seaton, William, tailor, Roy lane. 
Secoy, Joseph, boilermaker, Dalhousie near William. 
Sedly, Mrs. John, house 23 St. Lewis. 
See, Charles H., forwarding agent. Canal wharf, house 

Wellington near Nazareth. 
Seebold, F., music teacher, Cleveland place, Jur6. 
Seebold, Brothers, music store, 53 Great St. James. 
Seebold, John, house, 53 Great St. James. 
Seebold, C, clerk, 67 St. Lawrence. 
Seed, Thomas, accountant, Fortification lane, house 104 

St. Antoine. 
Seers, L6on, tailor, College near Inspector. 
Seguin, Pierre, waterman, Chaboillez off St. Joseph. 
Seguin, L. S., carter, Brock near Mignonne. 
S6guin, Louis, waterman, court off St. Dominique. 
Seith, Mrs. James, house 85 St. Constant. 
Selby, Mrs., house 99 Water. 
Selkirk, Geo., cabinetmaker, 68 St. Antoine, house head 

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Selkirk, Miss, school, head of St. Uibain. 

Self-supporting Dispensary, 8 St. Urbain. 

Sellnrs, Robert, house Gabriel near Colborne. 

Sen6, Eusdbe, carter, 25 Campeau. 

Sen6, Joseph, laborer, Brock near Dorchester. 

Sen6, Dominique, mason, head of St. Dominique. 

Senecal, Joseph, carter, 18 Valine. 

Senecal, L., joiner, 42 Visitation. 

Senecal, Frnn9ois, dry goods, 65 St Paul, house 51 

Montcalm. 
Senecal, J. B., saddler, 64 St. Mary, house Montcalm. 
Senecal, Denis, dry goods, 126 Notre Dame, house 3 St. 

Elizabeth. 
Senecal, E., butcher. Visitation near St. Catherine. 
Senecal, Louis, saddler, Visitation near Dorchester. 
Senecal, Joseph, saddler, Beaudry near Dorchester. 
Senecal, Jos., saddler, Brock near Dorchester. 
Senecal, Alfred, smith, 133 St. Joseph. 
Senior, S., commission merchant and agent, 30^ St. 

Francois Xavier, house 58 St. Charles Barrom^e. 
Sentenne, Ceesar, clerk, St. Th^rdse. 
Sentenne, H., joiner, 27 St. Dominique. 
Sere, Zepherin, carter. Brock near St. Catherine. 
Ser6, J. B., carter, Brock near St. Catheritie. 
Sewell, S. C.,M. D., 64 Craig. 
Sexton, J. P., city clerk, 146 Bleury. 
Sexton, Thomas, butcher, 53 Amherst, in rear. 
Sexton, Daniel, butcher, Kent near Colborne avenue. 
Seybold, John P., grocer, 21 St. Dominique. 
Seymour & Whitney, wholesale dry goods, Gillespie's 

buildings, Common. 
Seymour, Hiram, house 38 M'Gill. 
Seymour, M. H., house Dorchester west. 
Seymour, Charles, commission merchant and U. S. 

forwarding and custom house agent, Gillespie^s 

buildings. Common, house 40 M<Gill. 
Shand, Mrs., house Lagaucheti^re near St. Constant. 
Shanks, Daniel, laborer, Bisson off St. Antoine. 
Shanley, James, laborer. Valine near St. Phillip. 
Shannon, Neil, tavern, 28 St. Mary. 
Shannon, Mrs. Hugh, tavern. College near Inspector. 
Sharkey, James, laborer, Desrividres near St. Antoine. 



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Sharkey, James, stevedore, Vitr6 near St. Dominique. 

Sharing, H. L., house 7 St. Elizabeth. 

Sharpe, Jobn, clerk, corner Hermine and Jui6. 

Sharpe, "NV<fi., laborer, 68 Wolfe. 

Sharpley, Thos., carpenter, head of Alexander. 

Sharpley, R., fancy store, 131 Notre Dame. 

Sharr, Mr; laundress, Devienne. 

Shaw, Noah, carpenter and builder, comer Gabriel 

and Nazareth. 
Shaw, Andrew, merchant, 3 St. Sacrament, house Du- 

rocher. 
Shaw, Michael, house 3 St. Lewis. 
Shay, John, clerk, Lagauchetidre near St. Urbain. 
Shay, James, laborer. Prince near Gabriel. 
Shay, Mrs., laundress, McCord near William. 
Shearer, Donald, paint store, 181^ St. Paul, house 18 

Inspector. 
Sheedy, Michael, tailor, Drake's court off College. 
Sheeran, Thomas, laborer, William near Colborne. 
Shehan, Wm., carter, lane olTCampeau. 
Shelly, Mrs., laundress, Perrault's court off Craig. 
Shelly, Richard, laborer, McCord near Gabriel. 
Shelton, E. E., groceries and wines, 172 Notre Dame 

corner St. John. 
Shenlin, Patrick, wheelwright. Port near Common. 
Shepherd, George, nursery and seedsman, seedsman 

to the L. C. Agricultural Society, 25 Notre Dame. 
Shepherd, Alexander, currier, Lagaucheti^re near 

Wolfe. 
Sheridan, J., shoemaker, 119 St. Paul. 
Sheridan, Patrick, storeman, 8 St. John. 
Sheridan, Wm., grocer, William near M'Cord. 
Sherlock, Foley & Co., general hardware, 191 St. 

Paul. 

Shield, , foundry man, 23 Queen square. 

Shields, R., smith, Montcalm near Dorchester. 
Shiller, George, joiner, Durham near Dorchester. 
Shillito, James, coachman, Sanguinet near Dorchester. 
Shinnick, Mrs., dressmaker, 8 Vitr6. 
Shipway, J. G., auctioneer, 14 St. Francois Xavier, 

house Lagaucheti^re near Bleury. 
Short, John, tavern, 35 St Mary. 




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Shuter, Joseph, house 149 Sherbrooke. 

Shuter. Alex., laborer, court off St. Henry. 

Sicard, X., laborer, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Silvain, Joseph, shoemaker, German near Mignonne. 

Silvie, Mrs., house 99 Water. 

Silverman, Mrs., milliner, 127 Notre Dame. 

Silverman, Solomon, pedler, 127 Notre Dame. 

Simard, Joseph, joiner, 64" Visitation. 

Simard, Joseph, notary, 4*2 St. Mary. 

Simard, Joseph, grocer, corner Dorchester and Ger- 
man. 

Simeon, Ls., bookkeeper, Vitr6 near Viger square. 

Simeon, H., cooper, 53 Visitation. 

Simmonds, Geo., teacher, Woodyard near Water. 

Simms, Robert, commission merchant, 11 St Sacra- 
ment. 

Simpson, Joseph, house Wellington near Dalhousie. 

Simpson, Mrs. Wm., grocer, 62 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Simpson, James, postman, 102 St. Mary. 

Simpson, James, joiner and builder, 7 St. Peter, house 
Dorchester near Bleury. 

Simpson, Andrew, joiner, 49 St. Dominique. 

Simpson, Wm., clerk, 35 Sanguinet. 

Simpson, Jas., grocer, corner St. Mary and Panet. 

Simpson, Mrs., school, City Councillors. 

Sims, (J. G.,) & Coleman, (J. C.,) lumber yard, cor- 
ner St. Lewis and St Denis, steam sawmills oppo- 
site Queen square. 

Sims, J. G., house 47 Champ de Mars. 

Sims, Thomas, mason, 54 St. Urbain. 

Sims, Hugh, engineer, Victoria road. 

SiNCENNES, J. F., secretary Hichelieu Navigation Co., 
37 Commissioners. 

Sinclair, Hugh, baker, Dorchester near St. Urbain. 

Sinclair, John, wholesale grocer, 201^ St. Paul, house 135 
Bleury. 

Sinclair, John, cabinetmaker, Colborne near Gabriel. 

Singer, James, laborer, St. Germain off Bleury. 

Sinn- tt, Wm., servant. King near Common. 

Sinnott, Thos., laborer, Kempt near Wellington. 

Sirois, Joseph, teacher, 27 St. Dominique. 



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Sirois, Thos., laborer, 158 St. Lawrence. 

Sirois, Olivier, laborer, 97 St. Dominique. 

Sisters of Charity, house corner Campeau and Lagau- 

cheti^re. 
Skakel, M»-s., house head of St. Margaret. 
Skiddy, Edward, cabinetmaker, Hermine near Jure. 
Skimmings, Jas., carter, Brock near St. Catherine. 
Skinner, Mrs., upholsteress, Lagauchetiere near St. 

Dominique. 
Skinner, Samuel, furniture broker, Lagauchetiere near 

St. Dominique. 
Skinner, William, polisher and varnisher, 47 St. Law- 
rence. 
Slack, William, merchant tailor, 28 M'Gill. 
Slack, Mrs., house 33 St. Mary. 
Slack, Benj., house 33 St. Mary. 
Slack, J. W., tailor, 33 St. Mary. 
Slattery, Mrs., laundress, Inspector. 
Slicer, Mrs. Joseph, grocer, ChaboilleZi 
Sheer, William, moulder, Chaboillez. 
Sloan, John, boots and shoes, 122 Notre Dame, ht)U86 

head of St. Urbain. 
Sloan, James, brickmaker, head of Fullum. 
Smallwood, H., house Panet near Mignonne. 
Smardon, John, tallowchandler, 20 Visitation. 
Smiley, Mrs., laundress, court off St. Elizabeth. 
Smillie, D., workir>g jeweller, 7 St, Fran9oi8 Xavier, 

house head of St. Lawrence. 
Smith,. H. B., wholesale china and glass, 188 St. Paul, 

house Durocher near the Mountain. 
Smith, Hon. Judge, house off Sherbrooke near Aylmer. 
Smith, I. G., exchange and money broker, corner St. 

Fran9ois Xavier and St. Paul, boards at Duclos' 

hotel. 
Smith, D. & W., general dry goods, 141 Notre Dame, 

house corner St. Charles Barrom^e and Dorchester. 
Smith, W. & J., & Co., wholesale dry goods, corner 

Commissioners and St. Joseph. 
Smith, J. B., & Co., wholesale grocers, and com- 
mission merchants, Gillespie's buildings, Common, 
Smith, John, boarding house, 8 St. Joseph, 



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Smith, John, general merchant, house 16 Alexander. 
Smith, John, (of W. & J. S.,) house upper St. Urbain. 
Smith, George, forwarder, house Hanover, Beaver hall. 
Smith, George H., architect and draftsman, 4*5 Little 

St. James. 
Smith, James, notary, 2 St. Fran9ois Xavier, house 37 

Amherst. 
Smith, David, house 68 St. Charles Barrom^e. 
Smith, David, syrupmaker, 63 Campeau. 
Smith, John, tailor. Visitation near Lagauchetidre. 
Smith, Columbus, millwright, Nazareth, 
Smith, Patk., smith, Dalhousie. 
Smith, Mrs., house Murray near Gabriel. 
Smith, John, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 
Smith, Alexander, shoemaker, court off Kempt. 
Smith, Thomas, huckster, court off Sanguinet. 
Smith, J., butcher, 163 St. Constant. 
Smith, Mrs. J. G., house Union avenue. 
Smith, Catherine, seamstress, 10 Montcalm. 
Smith, Joseph, brickmaker, head of Victoria road. 
Smith, Patk., carriagemaker. Current St. Mary. 
Smith, Alexander, dry goods, 117 St. Paul. 
Smith, Henry, barber. Capital. 
Smith, Dr. W. P., 5 St. Lawrence. 
Smith, L. M., hairdresser, 122 Notre Dame. 
Smith, J. B., house 2 Hanover terrace. 
Smith, Mrs. J. G., 44* St. Lawrence. 
Smith, Francis, engineer, Nazareth near Wellington. 
Smith, Mrs. R., house 3 Craig. 
Smith, Terence, laborer, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Smith, Miss M. H., dressmaker, 29 St. Lawrence. 
Smith, Joseph, turner, Radegonde near Craig. 
Smith, John, clerk, 29 Champ de Mars. 
Smith, John, storeman, Dalhousie near AVellington. 
Smith, John, clerk, Lagaucheti^re near St. Urbain. 
Smith, David, messenger, 9 Brock. 
Smith, Dr. William, Dorchester near Amherst. 
Smith, Mrs., milliner, 94 St. Mary. 
Smith, Wm., laborer, Dufresne. 
Smith, Mrs., house 9 Queen square. 
Smith, H. W., copyist, head of St Lawrence. 



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Smith, James, clerk, head of St. Dominique. 

Smith, Wm., joiner, 98 St. EUzabeth. 

Smith, Andrew, tailor, Scotch lane off St. Urbain. 

Smith, James, clerk, 69 St. Urbain. 

Smith, Robert, carter, 57 Visitation. 

Smith, James, shoemaker, 62 Amherst. 

Smith, Samuel, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 

Smith, John, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 

Smith, George, cabinetmaker, 57 Bleury, in rear. 

Smith, Thomas, grocer, 146 St. Mary. 

Smith, John, overseer, Wolfe near Lagauchetidre. 

Smith, Henrj'^, carter, 3 Adolphus. 

Smith, Henry, cabinetmaker, 72 St. Lawrence. 

Smith, Mrs. Williamj house Upper St. Urbain. 

Smith, William, cooper, Sydenham near Durham. 

Smith, William, laborer, 11 Gain. 

Smith, William, engineer, George near Wellington. 

Smith, James, storeman, 12 St. George. 

Smith, James, carter, 52 Montcalm. 

Smith, James, tanner, 63 St. Joseph. 

Smith, John, clerk, 26 Lagaucheti^re. 

Smith, John, carter, 12 Wolfe. 

Smithers, C, bank clerk, 51 Bleury. 

Smithers, F., clerk, 51 Bleury. 

Smyth, William, & Oo., boots and shoes, 4<6 M'Gill. 

Smyth, James, books and English and American 

periodicals, 26 Great St. James. 
Snedden, J., printer, 34 St. Urbain. 
Solandt, A., bookseller, Dorchester near St. Sim6on. 
Solomon, C, furrier, 133 Notre Dame. 
Solomons, Myer, notary public, house 4 Notre Dame. 
Solomons, Mrs. C, house 4 Notre Dame. 
Solon, Thaddeus, laborer, south side Canal. 
Somerville, John, laborer, King near Common. 
Somerville, W., artist, 25 Great St. James. 
Soulier, Baptiste, shoemaker, 13 Chaboillez. 
South, Captain, 20th Regt., house 25 Sherbrooke. 
Souvier, Alex., shoemaker, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Souvier, Mrs., house Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Spalding, Geo., London hotel, 47 Notre Dame. 
Spalding, Rev. A. F., house St. Monique. 
Spallen, Thos., chandler, Vitr6 near St. Dominique. 

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Sparling, Geo., upholsterer, 47 St. Lawrence. 

Spearman, John, plasterer, court off Colborne. 

Speer, Thos., master sweep, 13 Lagaucheti^re. 

Speirs, John, accountant, 13 St. Edward. 

Speirs, Mrs. Robert, house 13 St. Edward. 

Spence, Wm., police, Kempt near William. 

Spencer, Thos., tailor, 18 St. George. 

Spenard, C. C, notary, 35 St. Phillip. 

Spiers, Wm., & Son, builders, George near Wellington, 

Spiers, Robert, carter, Catherine near Gabriel. 

Spooner, J., pipemaker, Colborne avenue. 

Spong, J. R., military secretary's office, house 52 St. 

Lewis. 
Springle, J. H., architect, 36 Great St. James, house 1 

Albert place. 
Sproston, John, wholesale china, glassware, &c., 124. 

St. Paul. 
Sproule, Mrs., house Colborne avenue. 
Squire, Rev. W., house College near Dupr6. 
Squirrill, Geo., storeman, Campeau. 
St. Amant, J. B., shoemaker, 78 St. Urbain. 
St. Amant, Alexis, grocer, corner Dorchester and St. 

Urbain. 
St. Amour, Louis, joiner, Durham. 
St. Amour, Ant., carpenter, Panet near St. Catherine. 
St. Amour, Mrs., tailoress, 29 St. Maurice. 
St. Amour, Et., house 136 Sanguinet. 
St. Amour, Pierre, sawyer, Wolfe near Dorchester. 
St. Amour, Joseph, carpenter. Rose near Visitation. 
St. Andrew's Scotch Church, Belmont, Beaver hall. 
St. Ange, M., carter, Bare off St. Joseph. 
St. Ange, S., carter, 12 Chaboillez. 
St. Ann's Methodist Chapel, corner Gabriel and Ann. 
St. Ann's Church, Dalhousie near Gabriel. 
St. Ann's Market, on Commissioners, between St. 

Nicholas and M'Gill. 
St. Aubain, J., carter, 43 Montcalm. 
St. Aubain, Baptiste, carter, Wolfe near Dorchester. 
St Cernie, Jos., joiner, 82 St. Mary in rear. 
St. Cernie, J., butcher. Brock near Mignonne. 
St. Charles, Alex., trader, Christopher off St. Catherine. 
St. Charles, L., trader, Christopher near St. Catherine. 



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St. Charles, Frs., provisions, &c., 127 Commissioners. 

St. Charles, Joseph, carter, Visitation near Mignonne. 

St. Clair, Louis, cookshop, Jacques Cartier square. 

St. Denis, J. B., house 3 Inspector. 

St. Denis, Frs., house 12 Mountain. 

St. George, Frs., laborer, St. Ignace near Water. 

St. George, J. B., shoemaker, Wolfe near Lagauchetidre. 

St. George, Joseph, house 27 Wolfe. 

St. George, Peter, carter, 27 Tolentin. 

St. George's Chapel, Episcopal, St. Joseph near M'Gill. 

St. Germain, B., smith, St. Catherine near St. Dominique. 

St. Germain, Mrs. B., house 26 Sanguinet. 

St, Germain, L., caulker, Durham near Dorchester. 

St. Germain, F., carter, Panet near Dorchester. 

St. Germain, Joseph, joiner, Brock near St. Catherine. 

St. Germain, Joseph, joiner, Durham near St. Catherine. 

St Germain, Frs., smith, 29 Panet, and 89 St. Mary. 

St. Germain, Mrs. B., grocer, St. Catherine near Chris- 
topher. 

St. Germain, Mrs. B., house St. Catherine near St, 
Andr^. 

St. Germain, Frs., baker, 159 St. Joseph. 

St. Germain, Eh, baker, head of Sanguinet. 

St. Germain & Gravel, coach factory, 62 St. Antoine. 

St. Germain, L^on, house 54 St. Antoine. 

St. Germain, Romuald, house 142 St. Lawrence. 

St. Hilaire, Narcisse, shoemaker, Voltigeurs off St. 
Mary. 

St. Hilaire, Vital, matchmaker. Current St. Mary. 

St. James' Church and School, St, Denis opposite Mig- 
nonne. 

St. Jean, Louis, carter, 82 St. Elizabeth. 

St. Jean, David, tavern, Radegonde near Craig. 

St. Jean, Romain, dry goods, 65 St. Paul. 

St. Jean, J. B., mason, 25 Salaberry. 

St. Jean, Edward, butcher, 18 Adolphus. 

St. Jean, Jean, carter, 97 Araherst. 

St. Jean, Charles, shoemaker, 69 St. Mary. 

St. Jean, Joseph, baker, 119 St. Mary. 

St. Jean, R., house 2 Viger square. 

St. Jean, Joachim, carter, head of St. Constant. 

St Jean, Edward, carter, Dorchester near St. Phillips. 



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St. Jean, Frederick, shoemaker, Montcalm near St. 
Mary. 

St. Jean, Miss, tailoress, 37 Voltigeiirs. 

St. Jean, Frs., house St. Dominique. 

St. Jean, James, shoemaker, corner Mignonne and Visi- 
tation. 

St. Jean, Nicholas, shoemaker, 25 St. Dominique. 

St. Joseph's Asylum, Cemetery near St. Joseph. 

Si. Julien, Mrs., Donegana hotel, 19 and 21 Notre 
Dame. 

St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad Office, (A» 
C. Webster, secretary,) 18 Little St. James. 

St. Lawrence brewery, (Phillips & Taylor,) 170 St. 
Lawrence. 

St. Lawrence Market, St. Lawrence, between Dorches- 
ter and St. Catherine. 

St. Lawrence School of Medicine, Lagaucheti^re off St. 
Urbain. 

St, Lawrence Hall, (Vardon & Hogan,) Great St. 
James. 

St. Lawrence Nail Factory, (Thomas Bigelow,) south 
side of Canal. 

St. Lawrence Engine Works, (E. E. Gilbert,) south side 
of Canal, 

St. Louis, Mrs., house German near Mignonne. 

St. Louis, J. B., stonecutter, 7 Vallee. 

St. Marcile, Mrs., huckster, St. Catherine. 

St. Marie, J., sawyer, Mignonne near Sanguinet. 

St. Marie, Louis, engineer, St. Catherine near St. Denis-^ 

St. Marie, P., carter, 8 Rousseau. 

St. Marie, Pierre, carter, 75 Wolfe. 

St. Martin, Pierre, stonecutter, 27 Salaberry. 

St. Mary Foundry, St. Mary near Queen. 

St. Mary's College, between Alexander and Eleury. 

St. Mary's Wesleyan Chapel, Lagaucheti6re near Mont- 
calm. 

St. Maurice, Ant., joiner, 88 St. Elizabeth. 

St, Michel, Charles, engineer, court off St. Denis. 

St. Michel, J. B., engineer, court off St. Denis. 

St. Onge, J., seamstress, 1 1 9 St, Constant. 

St, Ours, , house b4> St. Joseph. 

St, Ours, Michel, carter, Bar6 off St, Joseph. 



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St. Patrick's.Church, Lagauchetiere near Beaver hall. 

St. Patrick's Orphan Asylum, adjoining the Church. 

St. Patrick's Hospital, west Dorchester, corner Guy. 

St. Paul's Scotch Church, St. Helen, corner Recollect. 

St. Pelagic Convent, corner St. Catherine and St. Andr6. 

St. Pierre, Frs., carter, 82 St. Elizabeth. 

St. Pierre, John, shoemaker, St. Emery near St, Denis. 

St. Pierre, Felix, carter, Devienne. 

St. Peter's Church, 73 and 75 Visitation. 

St. Thomas' Church, St. Mary near Voltigeurs. 

Stacy, Geo., nail manufacturer, King near Wellington. 

Stafford, John, tailor, 30^ M<Gill, house Beaver hall 

square. 
Stafford, William, dry goods, Wellington near Nazareth. 
Stanbury, William, tailor, Woodyard near Water. 
Stanhouse, A., cooper, 18 Campeau. 
Stanley, Mrs., boarding house, Lagauchetiere near St. 

Urbain. 
Stanley, G. J., crier of Court of Queen's Bench, house 

Durham. 
Stanley, S., grocer, corner St. Phillip and Valine. 
Stansfeld, J., house head of FuUum. 
Stansfield, J., clerk, 43^ St. Dominique. 
Stanton, Thomas, laborer, McCord near Wellington. 
Starke & Co., printers, 9 St. Francois Xavier. 
Starnes, Henry, house 6 Tecumseth terrace. 
Starr, F. R., general agent National Loan Fund Life 

Assurance Company, 17 Great St. James, house 

18 Belle vue terrace. 
Staveley, William, grocer, corner St. Henry and St. 

Maurice. 
Stehehn, Major, R. E., 6 Notre Dame. 
Steller, J., grocer and tavern, 86 St. Constant. 
Stephen, William, wholesale dry goods, 200 St. Paul. 
Stephens & Mills, general merchants, comer St. 

Peter and St. Sacrament. 
Stephens, Harrison, house Beaver hall place. 
Stephens, Romeo H., house Beaver hall square. 
Stephens, Misses, house Perthius. 
Stephenson, J., cabinetmaker and grocer, comer St. 

Charles Barrom^e and Vitr6. 
Stephenson, Robert, butcher, 204 St. Joseph. 

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chester. 

Sternberg, W., hats and furs, 1 97 Notre Dame. 

Stethem, William G., saddler and harness maker, 15 
M'Gill. 

Stevens, William, saddler and trunk maker, corner 
M'Gill and Great St. James. 

Stevens, William, carpenter, 23 St. Constant. 

Stevens, James, carter, Devienne. 

Stevens, Mrs., house 45 St. Joseph. 

Stevens, Joseph, laborer, Devienne. 

Stevens, J. B., carter, 58 Amherst. 

Stevens, Et., laborer, 58 Amherst. 

Stevenson, A., dry goods, 26 M'Gill. 

Stevenson, James B., house Roy lane. 

Stevenson, Jas., house 67 St. Antoine. 

Steward, Wm., manager British America Assurance 
Company, 33 Great St. James. 

Stewart, D., & Son, wholesale dry goods, 224^ St. 
Paul. 

Stewart & Kerr, auctioneers and commission mer- 
chants, 225 St. Paul. 

Stewart, David, grocery and provisions^ 84 St. Joseph. 

Stewart, A. B., house 6 St. Helen. 

Stewart, Andrew, tavern, 6 St. Paul. 

Stewart, John, cabinetmaker, 3 St. Antoine. 

Stewart, Mrs., midwife, 3 St. Antoine. 

Stewart, Mrs. Dugald, house 3 Callender place Mountain, 

Stewart, Wm., mason, Wellington near Nazareth. 

Stewart, Andrew, academy, Fortification lane near Place 
d'Armes. 

Stewart, James, carter, Chaboillez square. 

Stewart, Alfred, currier, Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Stewart, James, mason, 92 St. Charles Barrom^e. 

Stiles, Mrs. B., boarding house, 2 Valine. 

Stirling, John, of A. Laurie dc Co., 203 St. Paul. 

Stirling, James, house 200 Notre Dame. 

Stockley, John S., V. S. R. A., 4 Callender place. 

Stocks, Benj., furrier, Fortification lane near St. Lam- 
bert. 

Stobie, John H., house 3 St. Claude. 



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Stoneman, Mrs., boarding house, 9 St. Paul. 
Street, W. P., bank clerk, Richmond square. 
Stremanski, L., architect, 98 Bonaventure. 
Struthers, J., house Lagauchetiere near St. Constant. 
Stuart, G. D., wine and spirit merchant, 150 St. Paul. 
Stuart, Henry, advocate, I St. Sacrament, house 

Richmond square. 
Stuart, R., sheriff's officer, Visitation near Mignonne. 
Stuart, D. S., district revenue inspector, house St. 

Elizabeth near Craig. 
Stuart, Thomas, laborer, Dufresne. 
Stubbs, Wm., house St. Antoine west. 
Stupple, Wm., tavern, corner Gain and Lagauchetiere. 
Sturges, Edvvani, polisher, 29 Bonaventure. 
Sullivan, Thomas, laborer, Colborne near WilHam. 
Sullivan, P., house 60 St. Lawrence. 
Sullivan, Wm., laborer, court off St. Constant. 
Sullivan, Michael, laborer, 33 St. Elizabeth. 
Summers, Mrs., milliner, 20 St. Urbain. 
Summers, John, tailor. Grey Nun near Common. 
Superintendent of Education, C. E., J. B. Meillour, 

M. D., Government house, Notre Dame. 
Surizant, Edward, carter, 64 St. Joseph. 
Suter, Mrs. William, house 9 Tecumseth terrace. 
Sutherland, James, groceries and wines, corner 

M'Gill and College. 
Sutherland, T. S., groceries and wines, 108 Notre 

Dame and 1 to 10 St. Jean Baptiste. 
Sutherland, C, wines and groceries, corner McGill 

and St. Joseph. 
Sutherland, J., blacksmith, corner Chenneville and Vitr6. 
Sutherland, Dr. Wm., 21 Great St. James. 
Sutherland, Mrs. D., house 10 St. Bernard. 
Sutherland, John, tailor, Wellington near King. 
Sutherland, James, cooper, St. Margaret off St. Antoine. 
Sutherland, Mrs., grocer, corner St. Urbain and Vitr6. 
Sutherland, Mrs., house 35 Chenneville. 
Swale, M., painter, 79 St. Lawrence, house St. Cathe- 
rine. 
Swan, Mrs. J., Bronsdon's lane off Dorchester. 
Swartz, Ant., house Haymarket square. 
Sweeny, D., tailor, Dorchester near St. Phillip. 



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Sweeny, Owen, laborer, Murray near Gabriel. 
Sweeny, Mrs., house William near Murray. 
Swinburne, G., smith and farrier, 12 St. Urbain. 
Switzer, Mrs., dressmaker, 10 Dorchester. 
Sykes, S. H., tanner and leather merchant, William 

near Colborne. , 
Sylvester, Joseph, shoemaker, German near Dorchester. 
Sylvester, Chas., shoemaker, 13 German. 
Sym, Hugh, engineer, Victoria road. 
TAAFFE, Mrs., house Hermine near Craig. 
Tabb, William, bricklayer, Colborne near Gabriel. 
Tabragh, John, silkweaver, 5 Barclay. 
Tagg, Mrs., grocer, Wellington near Ann. 
Taggart, Miss B., trader. Little Dublin offSt. George. 
Tailhaides, J. A., advocate, 16 St. Vincent. 
Taillefair, Jeremie, carter, 175 St. Joseph. 
Taite, David D., house St. Catherine near Bleury. 
Tansey, James, laborer, Jur6. 
Tansey, Patrick, laborer George near William. 
Tansey, Thos., laborer, George near William. 
Tansey, Timothy, laborer, 38 Amherst. 
Tarleton, James, grocer, court off German. 
Tassie, John, baker, 74 St. Maurice. 
Tate & Co., dry docks and ship yard, south side of 

the Canal. 
Tate, Mrs., livery stables, 30 Great St. James, house 

Fortification lane. 
Tattersalls' Auction Mart, (John Jones, proprie- 
tor,) Great St. James. 
Tavernier, Dr. L. F., house 4 St. Lawrence. 
Tavernier, Francois, house 157 Craig. 
Taylor & Patterson, tallow chandlers, Hermine near 

Jure. 
Taylor, H., advocate, 2 St. Gabriel, house Elmwood, 

Long Point road. 
Taylor, Wm., dyer and scourer, 9 St. Antoine. 
Taylor, Thomas, musician, 66 St. Hubert. 
Taylor, E. T., bank clerk, C6te St. Antoine. 
Taylor, A. D., civil engineer, C6te St. Antoine. 
Taylor, Thomas M., broker, corner St. John and St. 

Sacrament, house Drummond. 
Taylor, Rev. W., house Lagauchetiere near St. George. 



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Taylor, Homer, lumber dealer, 21 Perthius. 

Taylor, Robert, St. Lawrence brewery, house 105 St. 

Charles Barromde. 
Taylor, Major, house 11 St. Edward. 
Taylor, S. Lester, at Joseph Knapp's, Pointe a Callidre. 
Taylor, Peter, chandler, Hermine near Jur6. 
Taylor, Isaac, laborer, 28 St. Margaret. 
Taylor, John, baker. Inspector. 
Taylor, Stephen, house St. Mary near Fullum. 
Taylor, John, brewer, Victoria road near St. Catherine. 
Taylor, John, shoemaker. Gain near St. Mary. 
Taylor, Mrs., trader, 66 Sanguinet. 
Teague, Edward, store, Wellington near Gabriel. 
Teal, Thomas, laborer, 23 St. Urbain. 
Tees, David, carpenter, McCord near Gabriel. 
Tees, Mrs., laundress, Kempt near Gabriel. 
Teirvine, Mrs., house court off Adolphus. 
Telfer, Dr., house 3 Beaver hall terrace. 
Telfer, Miss, house 12 Chenneville. 
Telfer, Thomas J., clerk, 6 Lagauchetidre near St. Denis. 
Tellemosse, Joachim, baker, German above Mignonne. 
Tellier, Moise, trader, corner Sanguinet and Dubord. 
Tellier, G., currier, Wolfe near Dorchester. 
Templeton, Geo., at W. & R. Muir's> St. Paul. 
Tenpenny, M., laborer, 37 Voltigeurs. 
Terriau, V., carpenter, corner Lagauchetidre and St. 

Constant. 
Terriau, Ignace, laborer, 124 St. Charles Barrom6e. 
Terroux, Charles A., notary pubhc, 23 Perthius. 
Terroux, Janvier H., house 4 St. Dominique. 
Terroux, Robert, house 13 St. Denis. 
Tessier, Mrs. Yves, house 86 St. Louis. 
Tessier, Pierre, laborer, court off St. Constant. 
Tessier, Paul, carter, 142 St. Joseph. 
Tessier, Michael, messenger, Brock off St. Mary. 
Tessier, Olivier, carpenter, head of Visitation. 
Tessier, Ant., stonecutter, German. 
Tessier, Louis, carpenter, St. Catherine near Panet. 
Tessier, Mrs. J. B., house 53 Panet. 
Tester, James, customs' officer, Murray near William. 
T6tA, Mrs. J. L., hotel, 46 Notre Dame. 
Thain, L. T., marble factory, St. Urbain near Craig, 

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Thatcher, James, storeman, 4> Campeau. 

Thauvette, Antoine, collector, 8 St. Vincent. 

Thayers & Co., dry goods, H^ Notre Dame. 

Thayer, J., house 1 Salem terrace, Seigneur. 

Theatre Royal, C6t6 near Vitr6. 

Theoret, J. J., groceries and wines, 155 St. Joseph. 

Th6rien, Isaac, carpenter, 70 St. Antoine. 

Th($rien, Joseph, carter, 35 Wolfe. 

Th6rien, Toussaint, smith, Doi Chester. 

Th6rien, Joseph, carpenter, 92 St. Urbain. 

Therien, J. B., waterman, head of Brock. 

Therien, C. L., coach builder, 63 Wolfe. 

Th6rien, Thomas, smith, Vallee. 

Therien, N., cabinetmaker, court off Valle^^ 

Therien, Toussaint, smith, 70 St. Dominique. 

Therien, Victor, joiner, St. Catherine near St. Constant. 

Thibault, Joseph, laborer, St. Catherine near St. Law- 
rence. 

Thibault, Mrs. A., house Devienne. 

Thibault, Joseph, trader, l-iS St. Lawrence. 

Thibodeau, 0., shoemaker, 79 St. Paul. 

Thorn, James, grocer. Water near Brock. 

Thomas, Richard, groceries and wines, 35 Great St. 
James. 

Thomas, Henry, house 6 Beaver hall terrace. 

Thomas, Wm., trader, St. Hubert near St. Catherine. 

Thomas, B., 'stonecutter, Lagauchetiere near St.Constant. 

Thomas, James, pianoforte maker, 22 Wolfe. 

Thomas, Mrs. S., house German near Dorchester. 

Thomas, HypoUte, stonecutter, head of St. Constant. 

Thomas, D., house Wolfe near Dorchester. 

Thomas, Arthur, clerk, 13 St. Germain. 

Thomas, Wm., trader, St. Catherine near St. Dominique. 

Thomas, Wm., cabinetmaker, 9 Beaudry terrace. 

Thomas, Wm., police, Barclay near Water. 

Thomas, James, tavern, 107 Water. 

Thomas, Mrs., grocer, 99 Water. 

Thomas, D., contractor, Wolfe near Lagauchetiere. 

Thomas, Charles, confectioner, 50 St. Mary. 

Thomas, Tousst., baker. Visitation near Dorchester. 

Thompson, William, hatter and furrier, 205 Notre 
Dame. 

Thompson, Edward, boots and shoes, 102 Notre Dame. 



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Thompson, John, groceries and wines, 72 St. Paul, 

house 14 Sanguinet. 
Thompson, J. N., merchant tailor, 33^ Great St. 

James. 
Thompson, John, fancy store, 3 Place d'Armes. 
Thompson, Hugh, shoes and leather, 213 and 215 St. 

Paul. 
Thompson, Miss, staymaker, 19 St. Joseph. 
Thompson, John, blacksmith, 48 St. Lawrence, house 

43 St. Charles Barromee. 
Thompson, P. C, accountant. See addenda. 
Thompson, H. G., water bailiff, 28 St. Francois Xav- 

ier. 
Thompson, W. B., clerk, George near Wellington. 
Thompson, George, laborer, court off Lagauchetidre. 
Thompson, Mrs. P., grocer, corner Lagauchetidre and 

St. Ignace. 
Thompson, Alex., joiner, St. Simeon. 
Thompson, James, house head of Bleury. 
Thompson, Ellen, house, 5 Alexander. 
Thompson, Wm., laborer, Colborne avenue. 
Thompson, J. S., trader, 89 Craig. 
Thompson, George, laborer, head of Fullum. 
Thompson, John, tailor, head of Sanguinet. 
Thompson, J., printer, 87 Craig. 
Thompson, John, contractor, 68 St. Dominique. 
Thompson, Augt., laborer, 46 Panet. 
Thompson, Andrew, butcher, Kent near Colborne av- 
enue. 
Thompson, Hugh, smith, Drake's court off College. 
Thomson, John, house Brunswick, Beaver hall. 
Thomson, Hugh, smith and finisher, Nazareth near 

Common. 
Thomson, T. M., house 3 Sydenham place. 
Thornton, John, merchant. College near St. Henry. 
Thornton, James, bookkeeper, 53 St. Lewis. 
Thornton, John, saddler, 29 Perthius. 
Thornton, James, carter, William near Ann. 
Thornton, Peter, engineer, St Joseph. 
Thorpe, William, house 11 St. Lewis. 
Thouin, Jean, laborer, Brock near Mignonne. 
Thouin, Nazare, laborer, Brock nwr Mignonne. 



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Thouin, Joseph, laborer, Vitr6 near Chenneville. 
Thouin, Frs,, trader, Allard off Visitation. 
Tidmarsh, Alexander, grocer, 14< St. Paul. 
Tierny, Hugh, laborer, Edward lane off St. Joseph. 
Tierny, Henry, tailor, Bleury near Jur6. 
Tiffin & Elliot, groceries and wines, 64 St. Paul. 
TiFFiPT, Joseph, general merchant, 95 St. Paul. 
TiLTON, S. P., & Co., bread and biscuit bakers, corner 

Grey Nun and Common. 
Timm, Joseph, clerk. College near Inspector. 
Timmis, Josiah, house St. Genevieve. 
Timmins, Noel, porkbutcher, 130 St. Lawrence. 
Tinsley, Thomas, gardener, Blache lane off Mountain. 
Tipson, A. P., house St. Catherine near Bleury. 
Tison, Peter, carpenter, German near Mignonne. 
Tison, J. B., measurer, Alexander near Jure. 
Tison, J., bailiff, Lagauchetidre near Sanguinet. 
Tison, Wm., carter, Sanguinet near Dorchester. 
Tite, John, laborer, 8 Lagauchetidre. 
Tivierge, M., shoemaker, 94 St. Constant. 
Tivierge, Frs., stonecutter, 93 Amherst. 
ToBiN, J. M., auctioneer and commission merchant, 19 

St. Francois Xavier, house at St. Catherines. 
Tobin, M., chandler, William near George. 
Tobin, James, laborer, George near Gabriel. 
Tobin, Fraicis, laborer, St. Lawrence near Lagauche- 

ti^re. 
Tobin, Mrs., laundress. Little Dublin off St. George. 
Tobin, Richard, tailor, Lagaucheti^re near St. George. 
Tocher, John, smith, Wellington near Prince. 
Todd, Adam, laborer, Catherine near Gabriel. 
Todd, Arthur, shoemaker, 1 30 Bleury. 
Tolan, Charles, house King near Common. 
Torakins, John, baker and grocer, 102 St. Lawrence. 
Tonner, Chs., laborer, Bisson off St. Antoine. 
Tonnet, Alexander, confectioner, 49 Notre Dame. 
Toohy, John, laborer, 67 St. Mary. 
Tooke, Thomas, bank clerk, Aylraer near St. Catherine. 
Torrance, (F. W.,) & Bancroft, (H.,) advocates, 49 

Little St. James. 
Torrance & Busteed, general merchants, corner St. 

Peter and Lemoine. 



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Torrance, F. W., house, 25 Great St. James, 
Torrance, David, general merchant, corner St. Paul and 

St. Nicholas, house 5 Sherbrooke, 
Torrance, Mrs., house 161 St. Constant. 
Torrance, John, general merchant, corner St. Paul and 

St. Nicholas, house St. Antoine near Mountain. 
Torrance. James, house 45 St. Antoine. 
ToRRY, Clarke & Co., wine and general merchants, 

St. Eloi near St. Paul. 
Torry, James, house Perrault's court off Craig. 
Toupin, Mrs., house 209 Notre Dame. 
Tourangeau, Mrs. E., house St. Mary near Gain. 
Touron, Jacques, sawyer, St. Phillip. 
Touron, Louis, laborer, Dorchester near St. Phillip. 
Tourvilie, Michel, sawyer, Montcalm near St. Cathe* 

rine. 
Tourvilie, Frs., shoemaker, 52 Amherst. 
Tourvilie, Mrs. L., house 45 Campeau. 
Tourvilie, Olivier, printer, St. Constant. 
Tourvilie, Charles, shoemaker, head of Montcalm. 
Toussaint, Ovide, laborer, west Dorchester. 
Toussaint, M., carpenter, 35 Amherst. 
Town Major's Office, (C. Macdonald,) 63 St. Lewis. 
TowNSEND, W. A., jeweller and watchmaker, 92 Notre 

Dame. 
Tracey, Timothy, pedler, 71 St. Maurice. 
Tracey, Mrs., house St. Germain off Bleury. 
Tract Depository, J. Milne, agent, 31 Great St. James. 
Tramble, M., blacksmith, corner St. Mary and Volti- 

geurs. 
Tranchemontagne, Joseph, joiner, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 
Tranter, R., pianomaker, 119 St. Lawrence. 
Trays, John, hatter, 38 Amherst. 
Trestler, J. B. C, M. D., 20 Sanguinet. 
Tressidier, J., carpenter, Bronsdon's lane off Dorchester. 
Tressidier, Nicholas, carpenter, Hermine near Lagau- 

cheti^re. 
Trevers, J., house 4 Cadieux, Cote a Baron. 
Trigg, Francis, fancy goods, 122 Notre Dame. 
Trinity Church, Episcopal, St. Paul near Bonsecours. 
Trinity House, James Holmes, secretary, 28 St. 

Fran9ois Xavier. 

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Trowbridge, C. A., painter, 4 St. Sacrament. 

Troy and Montreal Telegraph Company, Odd FelFow*'' 
Hall, Great St. James. 

Troy, Patrick, grocer, Queen near Gabriel. 

Trudeau, Alfred, baker, 129 St. Mary. 

Trudeau, R., apothecary, 111 St. Paul. 

Trudeau, Alexander, clerk, corner St. Vincent and St, 
Therese. 

Trudeau, Alex., mason, St. Catherine near St, Hubert 

Trudeau, Antoine, carpenter, Chatelle near Panet. 

Trudeau, F. X., waterman, 59 Visitation. 

Trudeau, Mrs., house corner St. Therese and St. Vin- 
cent. 

Trudeau, Mrs., house 10 St. Denis. 

Trudeau, Olivier, flour inspector, Dalhousie near Gabriel. 

Trudeau, Charles, carter, head of Sanguinet. 

Trudeau, Joseph, lumber dealer. Rose oflf Panet. 

Trudeau, Felix, shoemaker, William near Dalhousie. 

Trudeau, Miss, house Bonseeours near Craig. 

Trudel, Dr. E., house 12 Little St. James. 

Trudelle, Joseph, blacksmith, 94 St. Joseph. 

Trudelle, J. B., baker, Inspector near College. 

Trudelle, Daniel, bookbinder, 89 St. Urbain. 

Trudelle, Joseph, sawder, Julia ofFDufresne. 

Tnidelle, Antoine, sawyer. Brock near St. Catherine. 

Trudelle, George, printer, Lagauchetidre near Mont- 
calm. 

Trumbell, Wm., carpenter, Jur6 near Alexander. 

Try, John, house 3 Sydenham place St» Antoine. 

Try, Mrs. James, laundress, 62 Amherst. 

Tubby, Samuel, i)ank clerk, 23 St. Edward. 

Tuck, Richard, lettercutter, Lagauchetiere near Cam- 
peau. 

Tuff, D., grocer, corner St. Urbain and St. Catherine. 

Tuff, Mrs., laundress, St. Germain off Bleury. 

Tuggey, Charies, clerk. City Councillors. 

Tunstali, J., house 29 Sanguinet. 

Tuot, Olivier, shoemaker, 57 Sanguinet. 

Tuot, Olivier, shoe store, 47 St. Paul. 

Turbeyne, David, engineer, Friponne. 

Turcotte, S., blacksmith, 15 St. Urbain. 

Turcotte, Joseph, joiner, head of Fullum. 



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Tisrcotte, Miss, milliner, &c., Dorchester near St. Law- 
rence. 

Turcotte, A., grocer, 31 Brock. 

Turcotte, Louis, carter, head of Visitation. 

Turcotte, Louis, sen., carter, head of Visitation. 

Turcotte, Henri, carter, Brock near Dorchester. 

Turcotte, Amable, joiner, 83 St. Dominique. 

Turgeon, N., joiner and tavern, Nazareth near Wel- 
lington. 

Turgeon, T., trader, 27 Bonaventure. 

Turgeon, F., clerk, 27 Bonaventure. 

Turgeon & Monat, dry goods, 96 St. Paul. 

Turgeon, L. O., clerk, 31 St. Gabriel. 

TurnbuU, J. & J., engine makers, George near Wel- 
lington. 

Turnbull, James, house Nazareth near Gabriel. 

TurnbuU, John, house George near Wellington. 

Turnbull, Thomas, commissariat, house 73 Amherst. 

Turner, John, tavern, Commissioners near Custom 
house square. 

"^v r, John Bailey, house St. Lawrence near the toll 
j>ate. 

Turner, Mrs., house 57 Champ de Mars. 

Turner, Mrs. Ann, house 40 Salaberry. 

Turner, Misses, seminary, 51 St. Urbain. 

Turnpike Trustees' Office, 28 St. Francois Xavier. 

Turnstey, James, laborer, head of Panet. 

TuTTLE, E. C, stationery, &c., 167 St. Paul, house 
■Beaver hall terrace. 

Tylee, R. S., office corner St. Francois Xavier and 
Hospital, house Drummond. 

Tyre, Colquhoun & Co., wholesale dry goods, 4 
Nuns' buildings, St. Joseph. 

Tyre, James, house 60 Sherbrooke. 

Tyrrell, George, grocer, Grey Nun near Common, 
house College. 

UNGRAVE, J. B., house 134 St. Lawrence. 

Union Fire Company's Engine House, Haymarket. 

Unitarian Church, corner Lagaucheti^re and Beaver 
hall place. 

University Lying-in Hospital, Mrs, Gibson, matron, 45 
St. Urbain. 



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Unwin, R., advocate, 7 Rousseau. 

Upper Canada Bank, Joseph Wenham, manager, 

47 Great St. James. 
Upper Canada Stage Office, A. Milloy, agent, 40 

M'Gill. 
Urbain, Miss, dressmaker, Dorchester near Sangiiinet. 
Urquhart, Alexander, Medical hall, 3 Great St. 

James, house Cote des Neiges road. 
Urquhart, Alexander, smith, 40 St. George. 
Urquhart, Alexander, cooper, Prince near Wellington. 
VADEBONCCEUR, Amable, shoemaker, German 

near St. Catherine. 
VadcboncoBur, Frs., house Lagaucheti^re near Amherst. 
VadebonccEur & Benoit, grocers, 69 St. Mary. 
Valade, J., leather, 63 St. Paul, house St. Amable lane. 
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quetle, J. B., gardener, St. Lewis, Cdte a Baron. 

quette, Frs., carter, head of Brock. 

quette, J., carter. Visitation near Lagauchetidre. 

quette, John, laborer, 74 Notre Dame. 

quette, Theophile, tavern, 45 St. Paul. 

quette, J. B., laborer, German. 

quette, Mrs., house St. Catherine near Sanguinet. 

quette, J., waterman, Tolentin near St. Catherine 
Vallaincourt, Joseph, laborer, Tolentin near Water. 
Valine, M., carpenter, head of Panel. 
Vallee, Hypolite, house 20 St. Genevieve. 
Valine, J. D., notary public, 70 St. Lawrence. 
Valleray, D., carpenter, St. Germain off Bleury. 
Vallier, Mrs., milliner, 18 St. Vincent. 
Vallidres de St. R6al, Mrs., house 64 Craig. 
Valois, Narcisse, tannery, 36 St. Antoine. 
Valois, P., house St. Constant near Mignonne. 
Vandelack, Pierre, carter, Panet near St. Catherine. 
Vandelack, John B., jun., sawyer. Rose near Panet. 
Vandelack, J. B., sawyer. Rose near Panet. 
Vanfelson, C, & Co., chemists and druggists, 86 Notre 

Dame. 
Vanfelson, Hon. Judge, house Beaver hall place. 
Vannier, Frs., laborer, St. Denis. 
Varden & HoGAN, St. Lawrence Hall, Great St. James. 
Vase, Bapt., flower maker, Williams' court off College* 



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Vass, David, house 26 St. Elizabeth. 

Vass, Alex. H., house 5 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Vasseau, Basil, grocer, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Vasseau, Blanche, house Chaboillez off St. Joseph. 

Vasseau, Henry, house 31 Tolentin, 

Vaudry, Charles, voyageur, 98 St. Charles Barroin6e, 

Vaughan, Mrs., tailoress, 19 St. Maurice. 

Vaughan, M., wooddealer, Queen near Wellington. 

Veit, F., professor of music, house 10 St. Antoine. 

Venables, John, tailor, St. Lawrence hill. 

Venables, John, dancingmaster, St. Lawrence hill. 

Venne, Louis, grocer. Bare off St. Joseph. 

Venne, Mrs. Joseph, house head of German. 

Venne, Joseph, baker, 30 St. Antoine. 

Vennor, Henry, & Co., commission merchants, and 
manufacturers of cut nails and wool cards, agents 
for Gore Powder mills, &c., 3 St. Sacrament. 

Vennor, H., house 4 Sydenham place. 

Vennor, Edward, house 76 St. Lawrence. 

Verboncceur, Marcile, laborer, 7 Water. 

Verboncoeur, Hector, laborer, Dorchester west. 

Verbontier, Jean, horse dealer, Lagauchetidre near 
Alexander. 

Verdon, John, butcher, 96 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Verdon, Alexis, carter, court off St. Henry. 

Vergette, Pierre, plasterer, 20 St. Simeon. 

Vergeur, Jos., laboier, Amherst near Lagauchetidre. 

Vermette, Frs., carter, 39 Visitation. 

Vermont Central Railroad Office, Commissioners. 

Yerner, John, cartmaker, Aylmer. 

Verner, H., cartmaker, corner Craig and Hermine, 

Versailles, Jos., carter, St. Phillip. 

Versailles, J. B., butcher, 37 St. Joseph. 

Versailles, J., jun., butcher, Jure near Hermine. 

Versailles, J., wood merchant, .Jure near Bleury. 

Versailles, Louis, butcher, corner Bonaventure and In- 
spector. 

Versailles, James, waterman, 95 St. Charles Barrom6e. 

Versailles, Joseph, butcher, 185 St. Joseph. 

Vervais, Bernabfe, house Current St. Mary. 

Vezeau, Mrs. L., house Panet near Dorchester. 

Vezeau, Bapt., laborer, Panet near Dorchester. 

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Vezeau, Frs., laborer, St. Phillip. 

Vezina, Ls., carter, head of St. Charles Barrom^e- 

Vezina, Cyril, smith, Panet near St. Catherine. 

Vezina, Augt., baker, German near Mignonne. 

Viau, Charles, carter, Mignonne near German. 

Viau, Edward, trader, St. Andr6. 

Viau, F. X., smith, 133 St. Constant. 

Viau, Frs. Xavier, shoemaker, 135 Sanguinet. 

Viau, Joseph, joiner, Devienne. 

Viau, J., joiner, corner Mignonne and Visitation. 

Vidal, L6on, clerk, 2 Lagauchetiere. 

ViGER, Hon. D. B., house 7 Notre Dame. 

Viger, Jacques, house 45 Notre Dame. 

Viger, L. Labreche, advocate, head of St. Denis. 

Viger Market, St. Denis. 

Viger, L. S., mason, Durham. 

Viger, Benjamin, shoemaker, Wolfe near St. Catherine. 

Vigent, Isaac, barber, corner St. Catherine and Mont- 
calm. 

Vilbon, Michael J., house Lagauchetiere near St. Ur- 
bain. 

Vilbon, Jacques, bailiff, Dorchester near St Constant. 

Villemain, Louis, tinsmith, Jacques Cartier square. 

Villemain, Joseph, roofer, 24 Perrault's court off Craig. 

Villemure, Benjamin, joiner, Bar6 off St. Joseph. 

Villemure, Joseph, tinroofer, Perrault's court off Craig. 

Villemure, Etienne, tinsmith, 41 Sanguinet. 

Villemure, Charles, tinsmith, 114 St. Lawrence. 

Villemure, Francis, waterman, Brock near Mignonne. 

Villemure, J. B., grocer, German near St. Catherine. 

Villeneuve, P., carpenter, German near St. Catherine. 

Villeneuve, O,, tavern, St. Claude. 

Villeneuve, N., grocer, Current St. Mary. 

Villeneuve, L., smith. Current St. Mary. 

Villeneuve, J. B., carpenter, Mignonne near St. Denis. 

Vincelot, Simeon, cabinetmaker, Lagauchetiere near 
Montcalm. 

Vincent, Henry, joiner, 25 Panet. 

Vincent, Joseph, joiner, 31 Campeau. 

Vincent, Nicholas, cookshop, St. Victoire. 

Vincent, E., storeman, German near St. Catherine. 

Vincent, .T. B., saddler, College near Inspector. 



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Vincent, Petit, house court off Adolphus. 

Vincent, James, trader, 61 St. Lawrence. 

Vincent, Mrs. A., house St. Constant. 

Vincent, Baptiste, carter, 21 Wolfe. 

Vincoeur, Jean, diver. Brock near St. Mary. 

Violet, Frs., furniture broker, 25 Tolentin. 

Virgil & Rice's Express C ?fice, (George Bent,) 183 

St. Paul. 
Voiigny & Sylvester, forwarders. Canal wharf. 
VosBURGH, Nelson, Albion hotel, 231 St. Paul. 
Votier, Phillip, ship carpenter, St. Joseph. 
Voyer, Eustace, carter, head of Brock. 
Voyer, Ant., house Mignonne near St Lawrence. 
Voyer, Julien, porkbutcher, 145 St. Lawrence. 
WADDELL, Mrs. R., cakes and crackers, 44 St. Mary. 
Wadsworth, William, trader, St. Catherine near Ban- 
gui net. 
Wait, James, house King near Wellington. 

Wakeman, George, laborer, Tolentin near Water. 
Walding, Jas., house 17 St. Maurice. 

Waldron, P., painter, 21 Perrault's court off Craig. 

Waldron, Hubert, pedler, 21 St. Paul. 

Waldron, Edward, police, 13 Campeau. 

Wj'lkem, Charles, clerk, head of St. Denis. 

Wa;.ker. James a ^ forwarder and commission mer- 
chant, Canal wharf, house 92 St. Joseph. 

Walker, Alexander, wholesale dry goods, 226^ St. 
Paul. 

Walker, John, copper and wood engraver, 5 St. 
Francois Xavier. 

Walker, James, forwarder, College near Dupr6. 

Walker, John, cabinetmaker, 7 Great St. James. 

Walker, Alexander, saddler, Haymarket square. 

Walker, R., tailor, Dorchester near St. Urbain. 

Walker, Mrs., laundress, St. Henry. 

Walker, Mrs., dressmaker, 8 St. Peter. 

Walker, Mrs., grocer, 53 St. Mary. 

Walker, John, storeman, St. Henry. 

Walker, Joseph, merchant, corner St. Sacrament and 
St. John. 

Walker, James, house 39 St. Francois Xayier. 

Walker, John, painter, 12 Bleurj'. 



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Walker, Robert, carter, Colborne near Gabriel. 
Wall, Bartholomew, military' and naval tailor, 48 

Notre Dame. 
Wall, James, stonecutter. Kempt near Gabriel. 
Wall, John, joiner, McCord near William. 
Wallace, Alexander, planemaker, Lagauchetidre 

near Bleury. 
Wallace, Alexander, laborer, Gabriel near Nazareth. 
Wallace, George, saddler, St. Edward lane off Bonaven- 

ture. 
Wallace, Edward, laborer, St. Mary near Gain. 
Waller, Dr. S., chemist and druggist, 3 St. Mary. 
Waller, Miss, house 44 St. Antoine. 
Walling, John, Montreal dispensary, St. George. 
Walsh, Anthony, groceries and wines, 4 St. Antoine. 
Walsh, Michael, bricklayer, Lagaucheti^re near Bleury. 
Walsh, Matthew, watchmaker, Alexander near Jur6. 
Walsh, Patrick, trader, Hermine near Jur6. 
Walsh, Peter, laborer, 4 Amherst. 
Walsh, Jas., house corner Amherst and Lagaucheti^re. 
Walsh, William, carter, 2 Bleury. 
Walsh, Thomas, carter, 2 St. Bernard. 
Walters, Henry, laborer, 144 Craig. 
Walton, Mrs. J , Berlin wool, &c., 43^ Great St. 

James. 
Wand, Mrs. Charles, boarding house, 44 St. Charles Bar- 

rom6e. 
Wand, Alex., builder, Peel. 
Wanless, G., surgical machinist, 1 1 St. Lawrence. 
Ward, Joseph, & Co., general merchants, 3 St. Sacra- 
ment. 
Ward, Daniel, carpenter, 88 St. Charles Barromee. 
Ward, G., plasterer, 78 St. Constant. 
Ward, Patrick, laborer, Colborne near Gabriel. 
Wardill, J. & J., last and boot-tree manufacturers, 173 

Notre Dame. 
Wardley & Son, keepers Old English burying ground, 

house 55 St. Urbain. 
Wardley, A., jun., house 63 St. Urbain. 
Wark, Mrs. J., house Anderson near Jurd. 
Warminton, Richard, plumber, brazier and tinsmith, 

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Warner, G. W., exchange broker, and commission 
merchant, 20 St. Fran9ois Xavier, house Durocher. 

Warner, Robert, house College near Inspector, 

Warnock, Hugh, cabinetmaker, Hermine near Craig. 

Warnock, Thomas, laborer, George near William. 

Warren, David H., patent weighing machines, &c., 8 
McGill. 

Warren, S. R., organ builder, corner St. Henry and 
St. Joseph. 

Warren, Moses, baker, Lagaucheti^re near Wolfe. 

Warren, W. H., teacher of music, 152 St. Charles Bar- 
romee. 

Warren, W., cutlery, 180 Notre Dame. 

Warren, H. F., cutler, 33 M'Gill. 

Warren, Mrs. Geo. P., house St. Henry. 

Warren, Henry, shoemaker, court off St. Monique. 

War en, George, shoemaker, Sophia lane off Craig. 

Warren, M., mason, Mayor off Bleury. 

Warren, Benjamin, laborer, M'Cord near William. 

Warren, Robert, carpenter, College near Dupr6. 

Warren, Thomas, tavern, 71 Commissioners. 

Wasbrook, Olivier, tailor, 29 St. Maurice, 

Wasvvell, George, carter, Allard off Visitation. . 

Waters, Antony, house 61 Amherst. 

Watkins, John, printer, head of Visitation. 

Watkins, John, laborer, 66 Amherst. 

WatkinLi,R., house Dorchester, Beaver hall. 

Watson, William, flour inspector, corner George and 
•Common, house 28 St. Joseph. 

Watson, G. D., general merchant, 8 St. Sacrament. 
house west Dorchester. 

Watson, Richard, boot and shoemaker, 100 St. Law- 
rence- 
Watson, Mrs. George, house 4« St. Genevieve. 

Watson, John, mason, German near St. Catherine. 

Watson, Mrs., house corner Hermine and Jur6. 

Watson & Williams, merchants, 240 St. Paul. 

Watson, George, house 4 St. Genevieve. 

Watson, Mrs., house Place d'Armes hill. 

Watson, R., baker, 110 St. Lawrence. 

Watson, Charles P., teacher, St. Henry near College. 

Watson, Andrew, house 4 St. Genevieve. 



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Watson, John, engineer, 1 Colborne. 

Watson, Thomas, contractor, Fortier. 

Watson, Robert, house 4 St. Genevidve. 

Watson, Mrs., boarding house, George near WeUinglon. 

Watson, Alexander, gardener. City Councillors. 

"Watson, Thomas, laborer, Colborne near Gabriel. 

Watson, Samuel, laborer, 19 Amherst. 

Watson, William, tallowchandler, 80 St. Urbain. 

Watt & Smith, bread and biscuit bakers, 66 St.Maurice. 

Walt, James, dry goods, corner Anderson and Lagauche- 

tidre. 
Watt, Thomas, house 53 St. Urbain. 
Watt, Mrs., dressmaker, Lagauchetidre near Campeau. 
Waudby, B., carpenter, Hermine near Jiir6. 
Waugh, Wm., baker, corner St. Catherine and St. 

Dominique. 
Way, Edward, & Co., merchants, 9 St. John, house 12 

Bellevue terrace. 
Weaver, George, cloth weaver, 230 St. Joseph. 
Webb, Thomas, auctioneer and commission merchant, 

old Racket Court, corner Craig and St. Peter, house 

118 St. Antoine. 
Webb, James, laborer, Queen near Wellington. 
Webb, T., shoemaker, Dorchester near St. Simeon, 
Webb, Daniel, grocer, Chaboillez. 
Webb, William, inspector, Murray near Gabriel. 
Webster, J. H., dentist, 104 Notre Dame. 
"Webster Miss, fancy work, house 43 St. Urbain. 
Webster, J., baker, corner St. Urbain and Lagauchetidre. 
Webster, Arthur, secretary St. Lawrence and Atlantic 

Railroad Company, 18 Little St. James, house 

University avenue. 
Webster, John, house 6 Beaudry terrace. 
Weddell, Mrs., laundress, 18 St. George in rear. 
Weekes, George, notary public. Nuns' buildings, St. 

Joseph, house 1 Bonsecours. 
Weilbrenner, A. C, clerk, 103 St. Elizabeth. 
Weilbrenner, P. A., notary public, 51 Champ de Mars. 
Weir & Dunn, wholesale stationers, and blank book 

manufacturers, 7 Great St. James. 
Weir, William, exchange office and leather store, 175 

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Weir, Robert, house Devonshire plac^. 

Weir & Jackson, carpenters, Chenneville near Vitr6. 

Weir, Robert, carpenter, 5 St. Germain. 

Welch, Joseph, wood engraver and desi^'ner, 22 Great 

St. James, house Craig near Hermine. 
Welch, Thomas, dry goods, 12 Lagaucheti^re. 
Welch, Mrs., house corner St. Urbain and Vilre. 
Welsh, J., watchmaker, corner Amherst and Lagauche- 

tiere. 
Welsh, Mathew, grocer, 72 Bonavenlure. 
Welsh, Mrs., house Chaboillez off St. Joseph. 
Welsh, Christopher, house Aylmer. 
Wellington, Joseph, cook, court off St. Constant. 
Wells, John, architect and civil engineer, corner St. 

Helen and Lemoine. 
Wells, George, dry goods, 164 Notre Dame. 
Wells, George, laborer, Dalhousie. 
Wenham, Jos-eph, U. C. Bank, 4-7 Great St. James. 
Wenk, Mrs., grocer, 19 Little St. James. 
Wesleyan Chapel, Great St. James. 
Wesleyan Chapel, corner Ann and Gabriel. 
Wesleyan Chapel, Montcalm near St. Mary. 
West, R., umbrellamaker, Victoria road. 
West, Stephen, barber, 4 St. Urbain. 
Westlake, Wm., tailor, 75 St. Urbain. 
Weston, Henry, notary public, corner St. Eloi and St. 

Paul, house Jur6 near Bleury. 
Westwood, Alexander, carpenter, 87 St. Urbain. 
Wetenhall, Mrs., school, 35 St. Joseph. 
Wetenhall, Mrs., house 36 St. Antoine. 
Wetherall, Captain, house 3 Lartique place. 
Wharfinger's Office, W. M. Brown, 77 Common. 
Wheeler, G. H., exchange broker and banker, 28 St. 

Fran5ois Xavier, house corner City Councillors and 

Sherbrooke. 
Wheeler, J. B., house St. Catherine near St. Elizabeth. 
Whelan, James, laborer, Colborne near WilHam. 
Whelan, Thomas, carter, 80 Mountain. 
White, Misses L. & E., dressmakers, 10 St. Peter and 

46 M'Gill. 
White, Mrs., Royal Oak inn, 61 St. Mary. . 
White, John, carpenter, 21 Chenneville. 



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White, Andrew, house Vitr6 near St. Charles Barrom^e. 

White, Samuel, clerk, 10 St. Peter. 

White, Mrs. N., laundress, White's lane off Vitr6. 

White, Joseph, carter, St. Constant. 

White, John, house ^sson off St. Antoine. 

White, Henry, accountant, St. Antoine west. 

White, Mrs. & Miss, milliners, &c., 23 St. Mary. 

White, James, laborer. Kempt off Gabriel. 

White, John J., grocer, Chaboillez square. 

White, B., stonecutter, St. Catherine near St. Denis. 

White, Joseph, painter, Dorchester near St. Simdon. 

White, Mrs., house 121 St. Charles Barromee. 

White, Miss., dressmaker, 159 Craig. 

White, Patrick, clerk, 8 Chenneville. • * 

White, J. J., grocer, corner St. Lawrence and St. Ca- 
therine. 

White, Wm., boot and shoemaker, St. Antoine bridge. 

White, Joseph, collector, St. Catherine near St. Eliza- 
beth. 

Whiteford, W., & Co., wholesale dry goods, old mer- 
chants' exchange, St. Joseph. 

Whitehead, Mrs. W. T., house Devonshire place, 
Sherbrooke. 

Whitelaw, J., carpenter and builder, 17 Chenneville. 

Whitney, N. S., wholesale dry goods, 195 St. Paul, 
house Bellaire Cottage, St. Genevieve. 

Whitney, H. H., house Belmont, Beaver hall. 

Whittaker, John, laborer, 69 Water. 

Whittaker, James, laborer, 4 Visitation. 

Whitty, William, commission hardware merchant and 
agent, 33 St. Francois Xavier, house Lagauchetidre. 

Whyddon, .Joseph, clerk, Bonaventure near Mountain. 

Whyte, J., wholesale grocer, 10 St. Sacrament, house 
27 St. Maurice. 

Whyte, James, house Dalhousie near Wellington. 

Wiggins, Mrs. J., house 22 St. Charles Barromee. 

"Wiggins, Robert, trader, St. Felix off Bonaventure. 

Wiley, J., ordnance dept„ house 93 Amherst. 

Wiley, Mrs., house 45 Bonaventure. 

Wilken, Andrew, laborer, 42 Voltigeurs. 

Wilkes, Rev. H., house 144 Bleurj-. 

Wilkin, James, carter, Lagauchetiere near Uampeau. 



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Wilkinson, John, boilermaker, Shaw near St. Mary. 

Wilkinson, Mrs., house BIcury near Craig. 

WiLLETT, S. L., china, glass, &:c., 179 Notre Dame. 

Willett, Thos., clerk, 4-9 Sanguinet. 

Willett, Benjamin, shoemaker, Mignonne near St. Denis. 

Williams, Miles, jun., brewery, College near St. 
Henry. 

Williams, Thomas, wholesale grocer, 10 St. Sacra- 
ment, house College. 

Williams, Miles, sen., house College near Dupre. 

Williams, Richard, confectioner, 5 Place d'Armes hill. 

Williams, Robert, upholsterer. 79 St. Urbain. 

Williams, Charles, house 31 Janvier. 

Williams, Cleorge, joiner, head of Visitation. 

Williams, William, carpenter, Jure near St. George. 

Williams, Oliver, carpenter, 41 To'entin, 

Williams, Mrs., laundress, house St. Germain oft' Bleury. 

Williams, James, laborer, 126 St. Mary. 

Williams, William S., government clerk, 1 St. Antoine, 

Williams, J., shoemaker, Lagauchetiere near Amherst, 

Williams, Miss, house 50 Sanguinet. 

Williams, Stephen, saddler, St. Constant. 

Williams, Mrs. George, huckster, St. Constant. 

Williams, Charles, laborer, Vitre near St. Urbain. 

Williamson, A., turner, 114 St. Joseph. 

Williamson, John, cabinetmaker. Jure near Bleury. 

WiLLOCK, J., bread and biscuit baker, ISl Notre Dame, 
and 2 St. Peter. 

Wilmott, Isaac, smith, 68 St. Mary. 

Wilscam, John, grocer, 164 St. Joseph. 

Wilscam, Adolphe, baker. College. 

Wilscam, Charles, laborer, 42 German. 

Wilscam, Dr., house 91 St. Joseph. 

Wilson, Thomas, general hardware, 65^ St. Paul, 
house 30^ St. Lewis. 

Wilson, Andrew, Herald Office, St. Gabriel. 

Wilson, Wilham, baker, Vitre near St. Dominique. 

Wilson, Hugh, carpenter, south side of Canal. 

Wilson, Miss E., dressmaker, Dorchester near Bleury. 

Wilson, Mrs., grocer, Gabriel near Nazareth. 

Wilson & Couillard, hardware, 109 St. Paul. 

Wilson, E., hardware, 78 St. Paul, house 24 St. Denis. 

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Wilson, Charles, mayor of the city, house 60 Craig. 

Wilson, Patk., tailor. Busby lane off Craig. 

Wilson, Jane, seamstress, Lagauchetiere near St. Eliza- 
beth. 

Wilson, Thomas, gardener, head of Mountain. » 

Wilson, John, laborer, 36 Amherst. 

Wilson, Edward, miller. King near William. 

Wilson, James, brushmaker, 57 Bleury. 

Wilson, John, brushmaker, 38 St. Urbain. 

Wilson, William, shoemaker, 3 St. Germain. 

Wilson, Abraham, confectioner, 1 St. Joseph. 

Wilson, Henry, smith, 7 Chenneville, house St, Henry. 

Wilson, Joseph, laborer, St. George near Vitre. 

Wilson, P., storeman, court off Lagauchetiere. 

Wilson, John, gardener, court off Vallee. 

Wilson > Geo., boots and shoes, 156^ Notre Dame. 

Wilson, Samuel, printer, house Gabriel near Ann. 

Wilson, A., house, 156^ St. Lawrence. 

Wilson, James, tobacconist, 51 St. George. 

Wilson, John, laborer, Nazareth near William. 

Wilsons & Nolan, printers, 27 M'Gill, up the gateway- 
Winchester, Alexander, cabinetmaker, St. Germain. 

Winder, Charles, smith, Shaw off St. Mary. 

Winks, John, cabinetmaker, 9 St. Bernard. 

Winn, Frs., bricklayer, Lagauchetiere near St Lawrence. 

Winn, J. H., bookkeeper, 125 St. Antoine. 

Winn, John, founder, Lagauchetiere near Panet. 

Winter, Charles, fancy soaps. College near Dupr6. 

Winter, Charles, saddler, 16 Lagauchetiere. 

Winters, Frs., laborer, Devienne. 

Winthrop, James, whipmaker, St. Antoine bridge. 

Wise, Miss, house 30 St. Urbain. 

Wisebrook, P., trader, Alexander near Lagauchetiere. 

Wishart, Robert, laborer, corner Lagauchetiere and St. 
Charles Barromee. 

Withey, George, cabinetmaker, 11 St. George. 

Witts, Daniel, police, 17 Salaberry. 

Wolfe, Rev. Mr., house Pres dc Ville place. 

Wood, John, & Son, watchmakers and jewellers, 137 
Notre Dame, 

Wood, Robert, (agent for Fire and Life Assurance, 
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Wood, David R., house 5 Mountain terrace. 

Wood, O. S., house 107 St. Antoine. 

Wood, John, currier, 49 Montcalm. 

Wood, P., laborer, corner Lagauchetidre and German. 

Wood, Thomas, collector, City Councillors. 

Wood, Lieut., 20th Rcgt., Perthius near St. Hubert. 

Woodbury, T. E., tin and copper smith, 10 M'Gill. 

Woodhouse, Joseph, laborer, M*Cord near Gabriel. 

Woodhouse, F., clerk, 28 St. Elizabeth. 

Woodley, Charles, commissariat, house St. Andre. 

Woodman, Henrj-, at B. P. Paige & Co's., Wellington. 

Woods, John, laborer, Versailles near St. Joseph. 

Woods, Robert, carter, 49.^ Mountain. 

Woods, Robert, saddler, 69 St. Paul and Jacques Cartier 

square. 
Woods, Patrick, grocer, 3 German. 
Woods, Mrs., house Hermine near Lagaucheti^re. 
Woods, Patrick, laborer, Colborne near Gabriel. 
Woods, Daniel, laborer, Ann near Wellington. 
Woods, George, carpenter, 159 St. Mary. 
Woods, Robert, grocer, 33 St. Dominique. 
Workman, B., & Co., chemists and druggists, 172 St. 

Paul. 
Workman, Wm., (of Frothingham & Workman,) house 

Sherbrooke near Drummond. 
Workman, Mrs., hairweaver, 20 St. Chas. Barrom6e. 
Workman, Thomas, house Beaver hall place. 
Workman, Mrs., house Mountain near Sherbrooke. 

Worms, , pedler, 43 Sanguinet. 

Worrall, Thomas, carpenter. King near WiUiam. 

Worth, Edward, hotel, C6te des Neiges. 

Wragg, T. R., advocate, 10 St. Vincent, house 36 St 

Paul. 
Wragg, T. B., nail factory, William. 
Wray, Joseph, furniture dealer, 79 St. I^avvrence. • 
Wrenn, Michael, trader. Jure. 
Wright, E., & Co., china, glass, &c., 214 St. Paul. 
Wright, J., coachmaker, corner William and Nazareth. 
Wright, Robert, painter, Murray near Gabriel. 
Wright, Matthew, cooper, Murray near Gabriel. 
Wright, Wm., clerk at the Deputy Adjutant General'i 

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Wright, R., boots and shoes, 144 Craig. 

Wright, Thomas, coachraaker, house Dalhousie news' 
Wellington. 

Wright, Pw., carpenter, M'Cord near Gabriel. 

Wright, Joseph, storeman, corner Hermine and Jur6. 

Wright, Robert, carpenter, 22 Salaberry. 

Wright, John, tailor, 68 Bonaventure. 

Wright, Mrs., house 59 Campeau. 

Wright, Robert, carpenter, Dorchester near St. Denis. 

Wright, Dr., Montreal Dispensary, 6 St. George, house 
63 Craig. 

Wright, Mrs., boarding house, 91 Fortification lane. 

Wright, Edward, house Dorchester near St, Urbain. 

Wurtele, Jacob, house 99 St. Urbain. 

Wylie, John, clerk, 93 Amherst. 

Wylie, J., millwright, Lagaucheti^re near Panet. 

Wylie, Joseph, trader, College near Inspector. 

YALE, Miles, currier, 14 Wolfe. 

Yale, James, currier, 6 Wolfe. 

Yon, Toussaint, sawyer, Viger square. 

Yon, J. B., carter. Brock near Mignonne. 

York, Thomas, tailor, 50 Bleury. 

Young & Benning, auctioneers and commission mer- 
chants, 1 5 St. Fran9ois Xavier. 

Young, John, storeman, Dorchester near St. Simeon. 

Young, Mrs. Thomas, seamstress, Dorchester near St~ 
.Simeon. 

Young, A., houseroofer, St. Catherine near Alexander. 

Young, Joshua, tavern, 69 Water. 

Young, viecige, plasterer, Anderson near Jur^. 

Young, Mrs. James, house Bleury near Sherbrooke. 

Young, Hon.. John, house Rosemount, C6te St. An- 
toine. 

Young, Mrs. James, house Devienne. 

Young, John M., house corner City Councillors and St*. 
Catherine. 

Young, George, clerk, house 142 Notre Dame. 

Young, Mrs. J., house 45 St. George. 

Young, Mrs., laundress,. Sophia lane off Craig 

Young, John, surgeon, 1 1 Alexander. 

Yuill, John, carpenter, Prince near Wellington. 

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CLASSIFIED BVSIKESS DIRECTORY t 

2> CONTAINING 

THE NAMES OF SUBSCRIBERS, 

ARRANGED 

UNDER THEIR RESPECTIVE PROFESSIONAL AND 

BUSINESS HEADS. 



ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS. 

Devine, Rev. J. A., A. M., 45 St, Mary. See Card. 
Roles, Mrs., Diocesan Female school, Cdt6 house. 
Spalding, George, 4«7 Notre Dame. 
Watson, Charles P., College. See Card. 

COxMMERCIAL SCHOOL, 

Mansion House, College street. 
CHARLES P. WATSOIV, Principal, 

Formerly of the Orammcr School^ Hull, England. 

The course of Instruction in this Schod is eminently practical, 
being specially adapted to the preparation of youth for Commer* 
cial pursuits. It also comprises, with the exception of the 
classics, all those studies which are essential in order to acquire 
a 807tnd and an accomplished education. 

Particular attention is paid to the moral training of the pupils 
and in the religious instructions which are cominunicated, sec- 
tarian views are avoided. 

The School premises are airy, commodious, and well venti« 
lated, being equal to any in the citv in these respecta 

Terms, from 6s. to 10s. per month. 

Full particulars may be known at the School, or at 202 Notra 
Dame street. 

Montreal, June, 1862 

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BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

STUART'S BUILDINGS. 

No. 43 SU Mary Sircet, 

UNDER THT? CARE OF 

THE REV. J. A. DEVINE, A. M., 

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The course of Study pursued in this School embraces the ordi"- 
nary branches required for Mercantile Pursuits, as well as the 
higher departments of Classical and Mathematical Learning. 

A List of References to Parents whose sons have made most 
creditable proficiency in their Studies during their attendance at 
this School, may be had on personal application. 

CURRICULUM AND TUITION FEES 

English Department. 

Per Quarter. 

Junior C/a««— Reading, Writing and Arithmetic £t 

Senior (7^«<— Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Gram- 
mar, Composition, History, Geogra- 
phy and Natural Philosophy 1 10 

Mathematical Department. 

Geometry, Algebra, &c., 1 10 ©• 

Classical Department. 

Junior Class — Latin I 10 

Senior Class — Greek, Latin, and French 2 

Private Lessons in Book-keeping, Rhetoric, Logic, Mental and 
Moral Philosophy. 

N. B. — Pupils belonging to the Classical or Mathematical De- 
partment, are at liberty to pursue any branches in the Senior 
English Class, xcithout extra charge. 

Fees payable quarterly in advance. 

Arrangements have been made for the reception of a limited 
number of Boarders, to whom every attention would be paid. 
Terms made known on application. 

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SUBSCRIBERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 259 

ACCOUNTANTS. 

Bent, George, 183 St. Paul. 

Campbell, Matthew, 30 St. Francois Xavier. 

Court, James, 5 Great St. James. 

Dillon, Richard, 103 Mountain. 

Dinning, J. G., 13 St. Sacrament. 

Seed, Thomas, Fortification lane. 

Speirs, John, 35 St. Francois Xavier. 

ADVOCATES. 

Abbott & Molson, 23 Little St. James. 

Abraham, Robert, Place d'Armes hill. 

Andrews, H. 0., 2 St. Gabriel. 

Austin, H.W.,27 Little St. James. 

Badgley (Wm.,) & Abbott, (J. J. C.,) 34 Little St. 

James. 
Bancroft, H., 49 Little St. James. 
Bates, J. W. & A., 38 Craig. 
Beaudry, J. U., St. Hubert. 

Bedwell (C. R.,) & Kerr, (W.H.,) 21 Little St. James. 
Belinge, F. M., 3 St. Vincent. 
Bethune (S.,) & Dunkin, (C,) 33 Little St. James. 
Betournay, Louis, 3 St. Vincent. 
Bleakley, John, 2 St. Gabriel. 
Brewster & Baker, 49 Little St. James. 
Burroughs & Fleming, 21^ Little St. James. 
Carter, Edward, 18 Little St. James. 
Cartier, George E. & D., 3 St. Vincent. 
Cherrier, Dorion & Dorion, 20 St. Vincent. 
Coursol & Pominville, 18 St. Vincent. 
Cross dc Coffin, 2 St. Gabriel. 

David (E. D.,) & Joseph, (G.,) 27 Little St. James. 
Day, J. J., 90 Notre Dame. 
DeBleur)', C. C. S., 38 Craig. 
Desjardins, J. M., 16 St. Vincent. 
Devlin & Herbert, 5 Little St. James. 
Doutre, Joseph, 31 St. Gabriel. 
DriscoU, Henry, Q. C, St. Th^r^se. 
Drummond, Loranger & Dunlop, Place d'Armes hill. 
Dubord, Etienne, 25 St. Gabriel. 
Fleet & Dorman, 49 I/iltle St. James. 
Griffin, Frederick, 6 St. Gabriel. 



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Holmes, W. E., 2 St. Gabriel. 

Hubert, R. A. R., 8 St. Th^rese. 

Johnson, F. G., 1 Little St. James. 

Ibbottson, H. J., St. Th6r6se. 

Laflamme, R., 31 St. Gabriel. 

LaFontaine & Berthelot, corner Craig and St. Domini- 
que. 

Lambe, W. B., 49 Little St. James* 

Lamothe, A., 40 St. Denis. 

Ldrkin, H. J., 27 Little St. James. 

Macdonnell, Richard, Place d'Armes hill. 

Maclver, M., 37 Little St. James. 

Mack, W. G., 5 Place d'Armes hill. 

Mackay, Robert, 27 Little St. James. 

Macrae, George, 23 Little St. James, 

Mondelet, Arthur, 18 Little St. James. 

Monk (John,) & Buchanan, (G.C.V.,)1 Little St. James. 

Montizambert & Morris, 49 Little St. James. 

Moreau, Leblanc & Cassiday, corner Craig and St. 
Gabriel. 

Morison, M., 9 Little St. James. 

Muir, G. B., Place d'Armes hill. 

Ouimet, Andr6, Fortification lane near St. LatnbeK. 

Pacaud, E. L., 25 St. Gabriel. 

Papineau, A. C., corner Little St. James atid St. Gabriel. 

Pellelier & Papin, 48 Notre Dame. 

Peltier & Bourret, 20 St. Gabriel. 

Popham, John, Place d'Armes hill. 

Robertson, Andrew & George R., 49 Little St. Jarties. 

Robertson, Duncan, 21^ Little St. James. 

Rose (John,) & Monk, (S.C.,) 23 Little St. James. 

Roy, R. & E., 25 St. Gabriel. 

Stuart, Henry, 1 St. Sacrament. 

Taylor, Hugh, 2 St. Gabriel. 

Torrance & Bancroft, 49 Little St. James. 

"Wragg, T. R., 10 St. Vincent. 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MANUFAC- 
TURERS. 

Brewster, W. & C, 184 St. Paul. 

Fleck, Alex., 11 St Peter. See Card, page 261. 

Hagar, Geo., 103 St. Paul. 



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ALEXANDER FLECK, 

11 ST. PETER STREET, MONTREAL. 

Respectfully intimates to Agriculturists throughout Canada, that 
he has for a considerable period devoted his attention to the 
Manufacture of all kinds of implements employed in husbandry 



and agriculture 



and that he has now on hand 



SCOTCH PLOUGHS, 

Made after Wilkie ^ Grays pattern, 

Universally acknowledged to be the best, which he offers for sale 
at reasonable prices ; guaranteed of a superior quality of metal, 
of unsurpassed workmanship and finish, and warranted equal, 
in every respect, to any that can be imported. 




He would particularly recommend to the notice of AgriculturistSr 

his improved 

as an implement well calculated to facilitate the labor of cross 
ploughmg, — performing with the same draft power, the work 
of the common plough in one-third the time ; it is much used 
in Scotland, where it has superseded the use of the Scuffler, 
Horse Hoe, and Cultivator. 

A. F. HAS ALSO AN EXTENSIVE VARIETY OF 

Drill Ploughs, Scufllers, Drill Harrows, &c. 

Of the latest and most approved patterns. — Also, 
CHEESE PRESSES MADE UPON THE AYRSHIRE PATTERN. 

^grtcuUural llmplemmt^ of tUx^ (cjictiption ma'Ht to oilier. 

W'E, the undersigned, certify that we have carefully inspected a variety 
of Fnrming Implements manufactured by Mr. A. Fleck, of St. Peter 
Street, Montreal, and we ieel great pleasure in recording our unqualifipd 
opinion that they are very much superior to any article of the kind which 
we have seen manufactured in this country, and equal to any imported. 



M. J. Hays, Pres. M. C. Ag. Society, 
P. P. Lachapelle, Sault au KecoUet. 
W. Evans, Secy. L. C. Ag. Society. 
James SomerviJle, Lachine. 
Edward Quian, Long Point. 



T. E. Campbell, Major, 
Hugh Brodie, Cdte St. Pierre. 
P. F. Masson, Vaudreuil. 
James Allan, Point aux Trembles. 
George Cross, Durham. 



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ARCHITECTS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. 

Footner, Wm., 87 Fortification lane, and Jacques Car- 
tier square. 

Ostell & Perrault, 87 Fortification lane, and Jacques 
Cartier square. 

Smiih, George H., 45 Little St. James. 

Wells, John, 2 St. Helen. 

AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS. 
Bernard, Harkin & Co., 152 St. Paul. 
Bockus, Charles, 22 1^ St. Paul. 
Bridge, T. H., corner Notre Dame and St. Gabriel. 
Cuvillier, A., & Co., St. Sacrament. 
Hill, C. F., 27 Great St. James. 
Jones, John, Tattersalls, Great St. James. 
Leeming & Sabine, 17 St. Fran9ois Xavicr. 
Scott, James, & Co., 211 St. Paul. 
Shipvvay, J. G., I4t St. Francois Xavier. 
Stewart & Kerr, 225 St. Paul. 
Tobin, J. M., 19 St Francois Xavier. 
Webb, Thomas, corner Craig and St. Peter. 
Young & Benning, 15 St. Francois Xavier. 

BAKERS. 

Clarke, William, 76 St. Mary. 

Fitts, Clarke, 21 St. Joseph. See Card, next page. 

Oakes, T. G., 195 Notre Dame. See Card, next page. 

Ramsay, M., 22 St. Joseph. 

Tassie, John, 76 St. Maurice. 

Tilton, S. P., Grey Nun near Common. 

Watt & Smith, 66 St. Maurice. 

Willock, J., 181 Notre Dame and 2 St. Peter. 

BERLIN WOOL STORES. 

Footner, Mrs., & Daughter, 159 Notre Dame. See 

Card, next page. 
Walton, Mrs., Odd Fellovirs' Hall, Great St. James. 

BLOCK, PUMP, AND MAST MAKERS. 
Clark, James, Prince near Wellington. See Card, 

page 264. 
Poet, James, Vttrfe near Cdt^, and Pointe i Callidre 

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SUBSCRIBERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 263 

CRACKER AND SHIP BREAD BAKER. 

JLa <M> jOi> <JI^ Jo db <SL Jb dL c$^ 
{Late C. ^ A. Fitts,) 

AT THE OLD STAND, 

JVo. 21 St. Joseph Street, one door South of St. George' a Church, 

Has constantly on hand, of the best quality : — 
PLAIN, SWEET and BOSTON Crackers, 
PLAIN and SWEET Jenny Lind Crackers, 
SODA, WINE, and BUTTER Biscuits, 

ALSO, 

Ship Bread of all kinds and qualities. 

N.B.— Orders executed with despatch, and on the most reaBon- 
able terms. 



CHEAP CRACKER BAKERY, 

No. 195 Notre Dame Street, West End, Montreal. 

Haying leased the above premises, intends carying on the 
CRACKER and BISCUIT business, and will keep constantly on 
hand an extensive and varied assortment of the very best descrip* 
tions, of the following, viz: — Boston Biscuit, Dyspepsy do., Cabin 
do.. Ship do.. Soda do.. Sweet Wine do.. Plain do. ao, Abernethj 
do., Jenny Lind Crackers, Plain and Sweet do., Do. do. do. (double 
baked). Cup Crackers, Philadelphia do., <fec. 

I©" All of which he will sell at the very lowest CASH prices. 

MRS. FOOTNER & DAUGHTER, 
BERLIN WOOL, JEWELLERY, & ARTISTS' REPOSITORY, 

NO. 159 NOTRE DAME STREET. 

MONTREAL; 

Have on hand a choice assortment of BERLIN WOOLS of 
everv shade and color ; also a complete assortment of JEWEL- 
LERY and ARTISTS' MATERIALS of the newest kinds; 
TOYS, FANCY GOODS and PERFUMERY, all of which they 
offer on the most reasonable terms for Cash. 




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JAMES CLARK, 

Prince Street, leading from the Canal Basin. 
MONTREAL. 



Every article in the above line constantly on hand, and all 
orders attended to with promptitude and despatch. 

N.B. — Ships lined on short notice, and on the most reasonable 
terms. 



BOARDING HOUSES (Private). 

Labatt, Miss, 9 Bonaventiire. 
O'Brien, Mrs., 2 and 4 St. John. 
Rapin, Charles, 19 St. Vincent. 
Robertson, Mrs., Craig near St. Antoine. 
Smith, John, 8 St. Joseph. 

BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AND BINDERS. 

Armour, John, 9 Great St. James. See Card, page 265. 
Barrett, J. B., 165 Notre Dame. See Card, page 266. 
Beauchemin & Payette, 81 St. Paul. 
Bryson, Campbell, St. Fran9ois Xavier, opposite St. 

Sacrament. See Card, page 265. 
Chalmers, R., & Co., S Great St. James. 
Chapeleau, Z., 86 Notre Dame. 
Cunningham, H. H., 23 Notre Dame. 
Dawson, Benj., 2 Place J'Armes. See Card, page 267. 
Dredge, F. C. & A., 229 St. Paul. See Card, page 266. 
Fabre, E. R., & Co., 3 St. Vincent. 
Graham, R., stationer and binder, 168 St. Paul. 
Lamothe, J. M., 151 Notre Dame. 
Lay, R. W., 22 Great Si. James. 
M'Gregor, R., binder, 22 Great St. James. 
Mcintosh, William, binder, 13 St. Gabriel. 
Milne, James, 31 Great St. James. 
Miller, R. & A., St. Frangois Xavier. See Card, page 

267. 
Pickup, E., VVesleyan dep6t, Fortification lane. 
Ramsay, Hew, 21 St. Fran9ois Xavier. See Card, 

page 268. 
RoUand, J. B., 24 St. Vincent. See Card, page 269. 
Ruthven, James, 204« St. Paul. See Card, page 270. 



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SUBSCRIBERS TO TlIK MONTT^KAL DIRECTOllY. 26r> 

Saillior, D. &. I., corner Notre Dame and St. Fraii(;ois 

Xavier. See Card, paue 269. 
Smyth, James, 26 Great St. James. 
Tuttle, E. C, stationery and account books, 167 St. Paul. 
Weir iV Dunn, 7 (ireat St. James. 



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BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 

No. 9 Great St. James street, Montreal, 

Keeps constantly on liand an eactcnsivc supply of Plain and 
Fancy Stationkhv, Wiiitin'g Desks, Work Boxes, School 
Rooks nrul Standard Works in the various departments of 
LiTERATCRK, Cativlopfuos of which can be liad on application. 

Ho also publi^hcs tlie "Snow Duor," a Montlily Juvenile Ma* 
£;azine, at 5s. per Annum. 

N. IJ. — All the New l^ublications in cheap form are received 
weekly by Express, and sold at New York prices. 

Orders made up weekly for the United States, and monthly 
for Great Britain and the Continent of I^dropi:, upon favorable 
terms. 

ClMPBELL MYSOl^ 

Xo. 24 ^t. Frarn'ois Xavicr street, opposite St. Sacrament street, 

MONTREAL, 

PUBLISHES THE 

NATIONAL AND OTHER SCHOOL BOOKS, 

AND HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL KINDS OF 

SCHOOL AND ACCOUNT BOOKS, 

PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY, 

LEDGERS, Journals, Day Books, and every description of Blank 
Books, Ruled, Printed and bound to order ; Note Paper, Writinjj 
I'aper, and Envelopes ; Military Ledgers, Blank Forms, &c. ; 
Quills, Steel pens, Pencils. Sealing Wax; Pen Knives, Ink 
Stands, Writin;^ Ink, Pockct-Books, JPortfolio,«, Writin:,' Desks; 
Copyinrf Presses, Copyinsf Paper, and Letter Books, Bill Books, 
Bank Cheques, Bills of Exchange ; Coloured Paper.'?, Drawing 
Materials, and Mathematical Instruments ; Albura.s, Scrap Books, 
Music Books ; Gold Pens, Ivory Tablets, Silver Pencil Cases ; 
Guide Books, Maps, Sketch Books, &c., &c. 
Bibles, Prayer Books, Church Services, ike., in Plain and Ele- 



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0. VntTUE, SON & Go's, 

ILLUSTRATED PUBLICATION DEPOT, 

166 Notre Dame alreet, Montreal. 
J. B. BAUIIATT, Agent. 

TUB Allowing are a few of the Ilhutrated Works to whkh the Agent 

would particularly call attention, viz :— 

Fletcher's Bible, new edition, 

Fletcher's Scripture Ilistorv, new edition, 

<iibbon'ft Penline and Fall, " *' 

Fleetwood's Life of Christ, " " 

Runyan's Pilgrim's Progress, " " 

Forty Days in the Desert on the track of the IsraeNtes, 

Josephus, new edition, 

Hcripture Illustrations, with notes, by Rev. J. Cummiog, 

Sacred Music, by James Turle, and K. Taylor, Esqrs. 

Christian in Palestine, or Scenes of Sacred llistury, from sketches taken 

on the spot, by W. H. Bartlet, 
Walks about Jerusalem and its environs, 
London Art Journal, 

Barclay's Dictionary, with maps, new edition, 
Torolinson's Cyclopedia of Useful Arts, 
Book of British Song, with Piano.Forte accompaniment, and Biographical 

and Historical Notices, by ti. Hogarth, Esq., new edition, 
Shakspeare, 

Hume 8i Smollett's History of England, with maps, new edition, 
Mrs. Hall's Scenery and Character of Ireland, 
Wilkie Gallery, new edition, 
Nicholson's Carpenter's Guide, new edition, 
Switzerland, 
Robert Burns. 

N. B. Young Men of Good Character employed to take Orders for thes* 
Works. 

Inquire of the Agent as above. 



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BOOKBINDERS, PAPER RULERS, AND BLANK 
BOOK MANrPACrURERS, 

No, 229 St. Paul street, Montreal, 

Are now prepared to execute every description of Paper Ruling, Book- 
binding, and Blank Book Manufacturing, with the greatest punctuality and 
despatch, and upon the most reasonable terms. Their facilities for Paper 
Ruling in all its branches, are not exceeded in the Province, and they 
respectfully request c call from all who desire their work executed in a 
saperior manner, at a moderate charge. 

BLANK BOOKS of every description, and Stationery of all kindi con- 
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SUBSCRIBERS TO TMK MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 267 

B. DAWSON, 

fiOOKSELLER km STATIONER, 

No. 2 Place (VArmes, Montreal. 

Keeps constantly on liand a cornploto assortment of Plain 
and Fancy Stationery, Kn^^ravinj^s, Pen and'Pocket Knives, 
School Books, Blank Books, Medical Works, and Standard 
Works, in every department of Literature, and is constantly 
receivinij, by rxprcsit, all 

THE NEW, CHEAP AlH) INTERESTING WOBKS OF THE SAY. 

DESIUES ALL TIIK D£ST 
AND REPRINTS OF TIIK 

BRITISH MAGAZINES & PERIODICALS, 

WITH A VARIETY OF 

MAPS, GUIDE BOOKS, &c., &c. 

All of which he offers upon very moderate terms. 

BRITISH AND AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS and 
other Periodicals supplied with regularity. Orders made 
up monthly for Great Britain and France, and weekly for 
the United States. 

R. & A. MILLEK, ~ 

No. 10 St. Francois Xavier Street, Montreal, 

PUBLISH UNDEK SPECIAL SANCTION TUB 

M.fl)l.lJJma5a)dLj ota^^iUJLa OUU-JL^oj 

And many others, which they offei for Sale, Wholesale and Retail, 
at very liow Prices and on favourable terms. — Constantly on hand, 

BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

Plain and Fancy Stationery, 

In great variety, — Bibles, Prayer Books, and Church Services, 
Elegant English Editions, in different kinds of Binding. 

MAPS, GUIDE BOOKS, &c. 

BOOH BIXDIiVO 

In every style of the art, executed in the best manner, and at very 
moderate prices. Specimens may , be seen by applying at the 
subscribers stores, St. Francois Xavier Street, AIontbkal, and 
12 Mountain Street, Quicbec 



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Writing, Wrapping, Drawing, and other papers, 
also Miscellaneous Stationery of all kinds. 

II. 11. Publishes the Editions of the 

NATIONAL SCHOOL BOOKS, 

which received the sanction and approval of the 
Governor General, of the two Superintendents of Edu- 
cation, of the Roman Catholic Church, of the Synod of 
the Church of Scotland, of many Clergymen of the 
Church of Kugland, and of many other eminent Minis- 
ters. 

THIS ADMIRABLE SERIES OF BOOKS is 
now in general use — prices low; as H. R. prints from 
stereotype plates any number of copies may be had at 
short notice. H. R. has also a full assortment of all 
the best CLASSICAL TEXT BOOKS used in Colleges 
and High Schools. 

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•SVBSCHIBERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 269 

J. B. ROLLAND, 
BOOKSELLER, 3IANUFACTUUER 

OF 
AND 

IMPORTER Of FRENCH STATIONERY AND PERFUMERY, 
No. 24 ST. VINCENT STREET. 

Account Books of all degciiptions Ruled and Bound to any 
Pattern, and executed substantially, and with taste, at the 
shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. Old Books, 
Music Paper, and Music Bound to order. 

There is always on hand at this Establishment, an assortment 
of School Boolis, and School Stationery, Works of Piety, History, 
&c., and a variety of Pictures, suitable for Rewards to Children. 



D. & J. SADLIER & Co., 

vmuBUEm, 

BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, 

Corner of Notre Oame and St. Francois Xavier Streets, 

Having Removed to the above Central and C»»mmodious Store, 
are now offering for Sale, 

THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF 

BO0Ki, STATIONERY, &(!5., 

TO BE FOUND IN CANADA. 
Strangers visiting Montreal, will find here the most recent 

WORKS IN EVERY UEl'AUTMENT OK LITEBAH;rE, at priCRS whicll 
DEFT COMPETITION. 

MAPS, GUIDE BOOKS, &c., 

In great variety, constantly on hand. Rkmkmber the Address, 
D. J: J. SADLIER iV Co., 

Cornn- of Xofre Dame ai^d St. Fratiroh A'avier Streets. 

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JAMES RUTHVEN, 
AGCOUXT BOOK MANUFACTURER, 

No. 204 ST. PAUL STEEET, 
MONTBEAL, 
Is always prepared to execute orders in every depart- 
ment of his business with punctuality and despatch, and 
upon very moderate terms. His stock of BLANK 
BOOKS and STATIONERY is all fresh and well 
selected, and those requiring any article in his line, are 
respectfully requested to call and examine it previous to 
purchasing elsewhere. 

BOOT, SHOE AND LEATHER DEALERS. 

Bell, Joshua & Thomas, 114 Notre Dame. See Card. 
Brown & Childs, 130 Notre Dame. See Card, page 

271. 
Edgar, Mark, 17 M'Gili. 
Elliot, S., 160 Notre Dame. 
Evans, S., 36 MGill. 
Haldane, James, 203 Notre Dame. 
Hawkins, Thomas, 126^ Notre Dame. 
Lang, R., 1.51 Notre Dame. 
Morris, James, 28 Great St. James. 
Pears, C.,137 Commissioners, opposite St. Ann's market. 
Ronald, Alexander, 137^ Notre Dame. 
Sloan, J., 122 Notre Dame. See Card, page 271. 
Smyth, W., & Co., 46 M'ffill. 
Thompson, Edward, 102 Notre Dame. 



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No 114 Notre Dame Street, 

Have always on iiauJ and for sale, upon tlie most reasonable 
terms, every vaiiety of LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S and 
CtllLDRE^^'S BOOTS and SHOICS, which are warranted to 
be of the best materials and workmansliip, as every article they 
sell is made up expressly for the Montreal market, under their own 
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SUBSCRIBERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 271 

BROWN & CHILDS, 
MAMMOTH BOOT & SHOE WABEHOUSE, 

No. \Z0 Notre Dame Street, 

Have now on liand a very extensive assortment of BOOTS and 
SHOES of every description, which they are enabled to offer 
wholesale at such prices as cannot fail to be satisfactory. COUN - 
TRY MP:RCIIANTS and others visiting the city, are invited to 
call and examine their present stock, which is believed to be the 
most complete general assorhncnt to be found in Canada. 



JOHN SLOAN, 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, 

No. 122 Notre Dame Street , 

Would respectfully invite public attention to the very superior 
stock of BOOTS and SHOES, of his own manufacture, which 
he has now on hand, and which he is determined to sell at the 
lowest possible prices for cash. 

N, B. Ladies', Gentlemen's, and Children's BuoU and Shoes 
made to order, with punctuality and despatch. 

BOTANIC AND ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN. 
Guilbault, J. E., 100 Slierbrooke. 

BREWERS AND DISTILLERS. 

Bourne, George, ale vaults, Odd Fellows' Hall, Great 

St. James, and Fortification lane. 
Dow, William, & Co., brewers and distillers, St. .Toseph 

near Chaboillez square. 
Molson, T. & W., brewers and distillers, St. Mary. 
Phillips & Taylor, brewers, 170 St. Lawrence. 
Phill'ps, George, ale vaults, 6 Great St. .Tames. 
Pigeon, Sauvageau & Co., brewers, 105 Commissioners. 
Williams,Miles,jun., brewer. College near Dupr6 lane. 

BRICK YARD. 

Adams, Austin, Colborne avenue. 



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BROKERS. 

Collis, R. D., 20 St. Francois Xavier. 
Dinning, John d'., 13 St. Sacrament. 
Ksdaile, J. tV. R., 3 St. Sacrament. 
Fairbairn, John, 3 St. Nicholas. 
(Teddes, Charles, 203 St. Paul, in rear. 
Howard, Augustus, St. Sacrament. 
Mucdougall Brothers, 32 St. Francois Xavier. 
Scott, James, jun., 27 St. Fran9ois Xavier. 

BUTTER INSPECTOR. 
M'Donnell, Francis, (irey Nun. 

CABINETiMAKERS AND UPHOLSTERERS. 

Allen, William, 33 M'Gill. See Card, page 273. 

Davis, John, upholsterer, G3 St. Dominique. 

Drake, F. L., upholsterer, H^^ Notre Dame. 

Eraser, Samuel, H St. Joseph. See Card, page 273. 

Hilton,*J. & W., 17 (Jreat St James. 

Johnson, John, 4 St. Joseph. 

M'Master, William, 189 Notre Dame. 

Mcarns, Charles, 5 St. Mary. 

Pariseau, Thomas, 10 Bonaventure. 

Poulin, Pierre, 20 Great St. James. 

Keed &i Meakins, 44* Great St. James. 

CARPENTERS, JOINERS, BUILDERS, &e. 
Benn, R., Berthelot near Bleury. 
Broiisdon, J. R., St. Urbain near Dorchester. 
Elliot, Andrew, St. Catherine near Bleury. 
Frechette, Olivier, Bonaventure. 
Gardiner, David, Colborne avenue. 
Hutchison & Morrison, 167 Craig. 
Kennedy, William, Jure near Bleury. See Card. 
M'Nevin, D., corn'ir Nazareth and (labriel. 
Maxwell, Edward, St. Genevit^ve, otTSt, Antoine. 
Shaw. Noah, corner (jahriel and Nazareth. 
Simpson, .lames, 7 St. Peter. 
Whitlaw, John, Chenneville near Vitr^?. 

CARVERS, GILDERS, AND LOOKING-GLASS 
MANUFACTURERS. 

Carlisle, F., 16fi Notre Dame. See Card, page 274. ° 

(tuidi, John, 1G9 Notre Dame. 

Lawley, Wni., Hi7 Notre Dame. ' 



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WILLIAM ALLEN, 

No. 33, 

(OoWiti's RuililinRs) 
MrGiix Stkkkt, 

MONTREAL, 

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Miiiuifui'turer of every Stylo of 

CAKE, RUSH, and WOOD SEAT CHAIKS, 

BEDSTEADS, TABLES, BUREAUS, Ac. 
BEDSTEAD AND CHAIB FACTORY, ST. GABRIEL LOCKS 





SAMUEL FlIASEK, 

Caljuut null 2?pl)oIgteii.i ffillarcroomd. 

Corner of St. ,}osef>h and St. lienru Streets, 

Having? recently eiilur^od lii^ j>r<'misi>s, aiul added to Ii'ih Stock of 
Uabinkt FniMTURK many superb npeoimons of workmanship, 
rcHpectl'ully invites those who require any thin{^ in his line t(» 
f^ivo him a eail, bein:( satisfitd that whether as rej^ards, Stvlk, 
AIatkuiai,. Wokkmansiiii', or TaicK, hecanof!er tliem inducements 
to pnn'hase rarely to l)e met with, ata! certamly not cxceechMl in 
any other establi>hment in ('anadiu 



\V I L L I A M K K N N E D Y, 
J O I N i: R AND U N D K It T A K E R, 

Cltreland lHact\ Juri Street. 

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FREDERICK CARLISLE, 




LOOKING GLASS, ANO PICTURE FRAME MAKER, 

166 Notre Dame Street, 
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All kinds and patterns of PORTRAIT, PICTURE, 
and LOOKING GLASS FRAMES, on hand and 
made to order. Looking Glass Plates, British and 
German, Framed and Unframed. Looking glass plates 
imported in ten days notice, (to any size), Papier 
Mach6 Mouldings, &c., &c. 

N. B. — Oil Paintings and Pictures cleaned and 
Varnished. Maps, &c., mounted, prices low, at both 
wholesale and retail. 

CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS. 

Birks, Richard, 29 M'Gill. 

Bowman, W. E., 38 M'GiU. 

Carter, Kerry & Co., 136 St. Paul. 

Godfrey, R., 26 St. Mary. 

Lyman, S. J., & Co., Place d'Armes. 

Lyman, Wm., & Co , 194. & 196 St. Paul. See Card, 

page 275. 
Picault, P. E., 36 Notre Dame. See Card, page 275. 
Savage, A., & Co., 91 Notre Dame. 
Urquhart, A., 3 Great St. James. 
Vanfelson, C, & Co., 86 Notre Dame. 
Workman, B., & Co., 172 St. Paul, corner Custom house 

square. 

oCHINA, GLASS AND EARTHENWARE MER- 
CHANTS. 

Bourne, A., 120 St. Paul. 

Glennon, John, &Co., 148 St. Paul. ^ • 



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SUBSCRIBERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 27fr 

Hagar, Charles, & Co., 173 St. Paul. 

Levy, Alexander, corner Notre Dame and St, Gabriel. 

Patton, James, & Co., 42 M'Gill. 

Smith, H. B., 188 St. Paul. 

Sproston, John, 124' St. Paul. 

Willett, S. L., 179 Notre Dame. 



WILLIAM LYMAN & Co., 

MANUFACTURERS OF LINSEED OIL, 

IMPORTERS OF PAINTERS' COLOURS, 

OILS AND DYE STUFFS, 

Nos. 194 and 196 St. Paul street, 



DR. P. E. PICAULT, 

No. 36 Notre Dame st.^ corner Bonsccours st. 

MONTREAL. 

Depot for the MOST POPULAR FRENCH, ENGLISH AND 
AMERICAN PATENT MEDICINES. 

N. B. — Dr. P. will give his attention to visiting patients at 
their residence, as well as attending at his private office for con- 
Bultation. 



CHOP AND COFFEE HOUSES. 

Bennett, W. P., 26 St. Francois Xavier. 
Francisco, Frs., Bonsecovirs near Notre Dame. 
Goldie, Robert, 186 Notre Dame. 
Isaacson,. R. P., Great St. James. 
M'Conkey, Samuel, 107 Notre Dame. , o 
Lulham, George, 12 St. Francois Xavier. 
O'Meara, John, 10 Place d'Armes. 

CIRCULATING LIBRARY. 

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CLOTHIERS AND LMjRUIHU.^. 

Lyons, Louis J., Ar. Co., 210 St. Paul. 

COACH AND CARRIAGE MAKERS. 
Gauthicr, L. J., 82 St. Lawrence. 
Gavin, M. &. P., Craig near RIeury. 
Lcduc, Clovis, 52 St. Antoinc. 
M'Lean Ac Wriglit, i^mrray near AVelliiisiton. 
O'Meara, Michael, Radegondo near the Hay market. 
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COACH, CARRIAGE AND SLEIGH MAKER, 

Haymarket Square, Montreal, 

Hii9 constantly on hand or makes td order, every description 
of Vehicle that is need in Canada, aiul liaviiii,' liad an experience 
of 37 years in the Trade, in Montreal, durinj^ which time he 
believes the carriages whicli he lias built have given entire satis- 
faction to \m nunierons Customers, he thinks it unnecessary to 
say more than that he is still to be founil at his oi.n stand as above, 
and prepared to attend to the orders of his friends and the ])ublic 
218 heretofore. 



COFFEE ROASTERS AND SPICE FACTORS. 

Cochran, John, 109 Notre Dame. 
Kurczyn, N. P. M., 31 McGill. 
M*Laren, W. D. & A., 11. 5 St. Lawrence. 
Pickering, .1., City Mills, corner Craig and St. Peter. 

COLLECTORS OF ACCOUNTS. 

Cherrier, G. Ilypolile, Vitre near Viger scjuare. 
Hoggard, Johr, Devienne. See Card. 
Morrison, Andrew, 9 Dorcliestcr near Bleury. 

COxMMISSION AGENT. 

Atkinson, .lohn, 12 St. Paul, and 29 Notre Dame. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS. 
Auld, John, 191 St. Paul. 
Auld, Edward W., 191 St. Paul. 
Bent, George, 183 St. Paul. =,. 



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SUBSCRIBERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 277 

Bockus, Charles, 22 li St. Paul. 

Boyd, James, & Co., 95 Notre Dame. 

Burns, J. & A., 11 St. Sacrament. 

Campbell & Williamson, Common, opposite upper 

wharf. 
Chapman, Henry, & Co., corner St. Sacrament and St. 

Alexis. 
Court, James, Insurance Company's buildings. Great 

St. James. 
David & Millet, 16 St. FranQois Xavier. 
Dougall, James, corner St. Nicholas and St. PauP 
Forbes & Co., 3 St. Sacrament. 
Holland, Phillip, 15 St. Sacrament. 
Joseph, H., & Co., 14-4- St. Paul. 
Joseph, Jesse, coiner St. Plelen and Recollect. 
Lamothe, (x., 11 St. Francois Xavier. 
Lusher, Edward, St. Joseph near St. Paul. 
Macdonald, Daniel, 7 Lemoine. 
Mackay, Henry, 33 St. Francois Xavier. 
M<Naught, Robert, 9 St. Nicholas. 
Millar, Glassford & Co., 5 St. Sacrament. 
Mitchell, J. & J., 2 Lemoine. 
Moir, James, 57 Commissioners. 
Morris, Brothers, 13 St. Sacrament. 
Perkins, J. A., 212 St. Paul. 
Redpath, Peter, (see addenda). 
Russell, Colin, 73 St. Antoine. 
Scott, (rilbert, 2 St. Sacrament. 
Scott, James, 27 St FranQois Xavier. 
Senior, S., 30 ^ St. Francois Xavier. 
Seymour, Charles, Gillespie's buildings. Water. 
Smith, J. B., Sc Co., Gillespie's buildings. Water. 
Torrance & Busteed, corner St. Peter and Lemoine. 
Ward, Joseph, & Co., 3 St. Sacrament. 

CONFECTIONERS, 

Alexander, C, 177 Notre Dame. 

Bowie, Edward, 57 Notre Dame, 

Eddleston, G. R., 40 Great St. James. 

Keiller, Mrs. D., 127 Notre Dame. 

M'Conkey, Samuel, 107 Notre Dame. See Card. 

Oakes, T. G., l95 Notre Dame. See Card, page 263, 



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SAMUEL M'COMEY, 

WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL I'O^FECTIOSIER, 

No. 107 Notre DamrUrtct^ 

Has always on hand the clioiocst assort incnt of overy article 
in hia lino of Business, 'uid hus inji-ly added to his Estabiishment 
a Paui.ou fitted ir k>r tiii; F.xruE^s At iommopation ok Ladies, 
where refre^hlnents of all kinds arc furnished on the t^hortest 
notice. IJo has al^o fitted up tlie upper stories of liis house as a 
Rektaubateuu (with au entrance separate from his confectionery) 
wliere gentlemen arc supplied with biieakkasts, uinneus, lun- 
cuEONs, sl'ppeus, Ac, in the most nchcrc/ii ttyle, nt moderate 
charges. 



coorERS. 

Ferguson, A. tV D., George iienr Common. 
M'Gibbon & Brown, 8 and 10 Hospital. 
O'Connor, John, Queen near Wellington, 

COPPERSMITHS, BPvASS FOUNDERS, AND 

PLUxMBERS. 

Garth, Charles, 50 Craij.'. 
Hearle, James, 36 (ireat St. James. 
Prowse, G. F., 38 (ireat St. James. 
Warminton, Richard, 230 St. Paul. 

CUSTOM HOUSE AGENTS. 

Gundlack, Alexander, 61 Commissioners, 

King, H. W., Custom house square. 

Leeming & Sabine, 17 St. Francois Xavier. See Card. 

Seymour, Charles, Gillespie's buildings, Water. 



LEEMIIG & SABIM, 

CUSTOM HOUSE AOEIVTS, 

For Receiving, Paying Duties, Freight, Bonding and 
Forwarding Merchandise from the United States. 

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DA(;UEllREOTYPISTS. 

Crernr, John, !().") Notro Daim;. See Card. 
Doane, T. C, riacu »rArnu's. JSee Card. 



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DAGUERREOTYPE ARTIST. 

iYrA-Kif) Notre J)(tme sf./iTff 
INIONTRKAL, 

Is now |)ru]mred to cxt'cut*.' Diujucrreotypea of every description, 
in the best style of the art, warranted to be corroct and satisfac- 
tory likenesses, and upon very mnderato terms. 



T. C. DOANE, 

Daj^ucrreotype Artisft^ 

Nu, 2 Place d'A/mcSf 

Daguerreotype Likenesses from Mature, Paintinga, Engra- 
vings, or Daguerreotypes, copied witli the greatest accuracy. 

A large immbcr of specimens to be seen at his room^, over the 
Drug Store of Messrs. S, J. Lyman it Co , Place d'Armos. 

N. B. — All sorts of Daguerreotype Material, at a small ad 
vanco upon New York prices. 



DENTISTS. 
Bernard, Dr. A., 65 Craig. See Card. 
Bovvker, H. M., corner Litde St. James and St. Gabriel. 

§ee Card, page 280. 
Dickinson, Dr., 49 Great St. James. See Card, page 280. 
Elliot, W. If., M. D., 25 Great St. James. 



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Cathedral, 

MONTREAL, 

Attends personally to every depan.i.ent of his profession, both 
Mechanical and Surgical, upon the latest and most approved 
scientitic principles, and warrants all operations to be periormed 
in such a manner as to ensure speedy relief to the patient, witk 
the least possible pain. 




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All operations in Dentistry conducted upon the most approved 
principles and guaranteed to give complete satisfaction. 

F. S. — C. M. D. begs leave to remind the public in general, that 
he was the successful competitor in Montreal at the late Provin- 
cial Industrial Exhibition held in October, 1860, for the most im- 
proved mode of inserting Artificial Teeth on the atmospheric 
principle. 

DRY GOODS MERCHANTS (WHOLESALE). 

Adams, Robert, 227 St. Paul. 

Arthur, A. & J., 174 Notre Dame. 

Benjamin, S. & G., 226 St. Paul. 

Bruneau, Jean, 2 St. Joseph and 140 Notre Dame. 

Campbell, R., & Co., corner St. Fran9ois Xavier and 

St. Sacrament. See Card. 
Camming & Galbraith, Cuvillier's block, St. Nicholas,. 

formerly Cuvillier & Sons dry goods warehouse. 
Forster, S., & Co., 187 St. Paul. 
Fraser, John, Nuns' buildings, §t. Joseph. 
Galarneau & Roy, 145 St. Paul. 
Gillespie, Moffatt & Co., 134 St. Paul. 
Gilmour & Co., 9 St. Sacrament. 
Greenshields, Samuel, Son & Co., 23 St. Francois 

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Macfarlane, Andrew, 2.16 and 218 St. Paul. 

Mackenzie, J. G., & Co., St. Joseph near St. Paul. 

Mackay, Joseph, & Brother, 202 St. Paul. 

Marchand, Louis, corner St. Paul and St. Jean Bapi» 
tiste. 

Masson, Bruyere, Thomas & Co., U2 St. Paul. 

Muir, W. &R.,223 St. Paul. 

Ogiivy, Wood 8c Co., 5 Nuns' buildings, St. Joseph. 

Rhodes, Joseph, 2 Nuns' buildings, St. Joseph. 

Ross, Joseph M., 210 St. Paul. 

Seymour & Whitney, Gillespie's buildings Common. 

Smith, W. & J., & Co., corner St. Joseph and Com- 
missioners. 

Stephen, William, 200 St. Paul. 

Stewart, D., & Son, 224 St. Paul. 

Tyre, Colquhoun & Co., 4> Nuns' buildings, St. Joseph. 

Walker, Alexander, 226 .^ St. Paul. 

Whiteford, William, & Co., old Merchants' Exchange, 
St. Joseph. 

Whitney, N. S., 195 St. Paul. 



ROBT. CAMPBELL & CO., 

Fancy & Staple Dry Goods 



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N. B. — A large assortment of Broad Cloths, Cassimerea, 4cc. 



DRY GOODS MERCHANTS. 
Arthur, James, & Co., 174j Notre Dame. 
Beaudry, J. L., & Co., 80 Notre Dame. 
Beaudry, Joseph, 124< Notre Dame. 
Beaudry, J. B., Notre Dame, opposite the Water 

Works. 
Beique, J. F., 23 St. Lawrence. 
Benjamin, Wm., & Co., 132 Notre Dame. See Card, 

page 283. 

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Boudreau, S. S., 134 Notre Dame. 

Brazeau, F. X., 102 St. Paul. 

Brossard, Moise, 15 St. Lawrence. 

Burroughs, C. S., 228 St. Paul. 

Campbell, Christopher, jun., 142 Notre Dame. 

Desmarteau, Plamondon & Mausseau, 98 St. PauL 

Desrochers & Parant, 17 and 19 St. Lawrence. 

Desrochers, E., 29 St. Lawrence, corner Vitr6. 

Favreau, Antoine, 33 St. Lawrence. 

Gannon & Haly, 65| St. Paul. 

Hudon, E. & v., 100 St. Paul. 

Hudon & Quevillon, 106 St. PauL 

Jodoin, P., & Co., 104 St, Paul. 

Lahaye, Octave, 137 St. Paul. 

Lamarche, G. D., 47 St. Lawrence. 

Laurie, A., & Co., 200 Notre Dame. 

Leclaire, F. & J., 109 St. Paul. 

Lewis, J. & D., 133 Notre Dame. 

Limoges & Brother, 49 St. Lawrence. 

M< Andrew, Robert, 154 Notre Dame. 

M<Manamy, Wm., 204 Notre Dame. 

Mann, D., 4 St. Mary. 

Merrill, H. & H., 128 Notre Dame. 

Morgan, Henry, & Co., 204 Notre Dame. See Card. 

Morison, Cameron & Empey, 202 Notre Dame. See 

Card. 
Murphy, P., 35 M'Gill. See Card, page 284. 
Mussen, Thomas, 119 Notre Dame. 
Nichols, J. & M., 126 Notre Dame. 
Paradis et Frdre, 1 17 Notre Dame. 
Parkin, James, 116 Notre Dame. See Card, page 284, 
Perrin, Francis, Jacques Cartier square. 
Pich6, L6on, 35 St. Lawrence. 
Plamondon, Louis, 122 and 128 St. Paul. 
Smith, D. & W., 141 Notre Dame. See Card, page 284. 
St. Jean, Romain, 65 St. Paul. 
Thayers & Co., 144 Notre Dame. 



DYERS & SCOURERS OF SILKS & WOOLLENS. 



Benton, J., Little William, opposite Recollect Church. 
M'Closky, John, 38 Sanguinet. See Card, page 284. 



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IMPORTERS OF FA\C:Y A»ID STAPLE DRY GOODS, 

No. 132 NOTRE DAME STREET, 

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HENRY MORGf AN & Co.. 

IMPORTERS OF, AND 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN EVERY 

DESCRIPTION OF 

FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS, 

No. 204 NOTRE DAME STREET, 

Have DOW on hand a large and welL-selected stock of every 
article usually to be found in their line of business, which they 
are able to offer at very moderate prices. 



MORISON, CAMERON & EMPEY, 

IMPORTERS OF 



DRY GOODS, 

No, 202 NOTRE DAME STREET, WEST END, 

WHOL .ESALiE & R ETAIL.. 

NEW ESTABLISHMENT 



Stock unequalled in Montreal for Extent 

and Variety. 

THIS Establishment is BASED ON CASH PRINCIPLES, and 
M., C. & E. have one uniform price to every customer, and ALL 
GOODS are marked in PLAIN FIGURES. Parties visiting 
Montreal would do well to examine their stock before making 
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P. MURPHY, 

Dry Goods and Clolbing Warehouse, 

No. 35 liPGill Street, 
Corner of Recollect street, 

Has now on hand a very choice stock of DRY GOODS and 
READY-MADE CLOTHING, which he offers at such prices as 
cannot fail to give satisfaction. Intending purchasers are invited 
to call and examine for themselves. 

JAMES PARKIN, 

IMPORTKR OF AND WH0LE9ALK AND RETAIL DEALER lit 

British & Foreign Lace and Embroidery, 

HffiglEM, SLOTES, &S., 4G. 

No. 116 NOTRE DAME STREET, 

MONTREAL. 

D. & ¥. SMITH, 

Importers of and Wholesale and Betail Dealers in 

No. 141 Notre Dame street , 
MONTREAL, 

Keep constantly on hand an extensive and well selected Stock of 
DRY GOODS of all kinds, which they offer at unusually moderate 
prices. 

JOHN M*CLOSKY, 

DYER & SCOURER OF SILKS & WOOLLENS, 

No. S8 Sanguinet street, Montreal, 
Having removed to the above central and commo- 
dious premises, is now prepared to execute every descrip- 
tion of DYEING, SCOURING, and RENOVATING 
the colors of SILKS, WOOLLENS, MERINOS, &c. 
&c., so as to make them look equal to new goods. 
Having procured a new and superior Watering Ma- 
chine, he will water Silks of all kinds to order. 

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SUBSCRIBERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 285 

ENGRAVERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS. 

Bourne, Adolphus, 120 St. Paul. 

Ireland, Thomas, 14" Great St. James. See Card. 

Mathews, George, 19 Great St. James. 

Savage & Son, corner Notre Dame and St. Gabriel. 

Walker, J. H., 5 St. Francois Xavier. See Card. 

Welch, Joseph, 22 Great St. James. 



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from No. 8 to No. 14 Great St. James street, opposite 
to the Post Office. 

VISITING, INVITATION and PROFESSIONAL 
CARDS, BILL HEADS, PROMISSORY NOTES, 
DRAFTS, &c.. Engraved and Printed. 

DOOR and COFFIN PLATES constantly on hand. 



J. H. WALKER, 

ENGRAVER ON COPPER AND WOOD, 

EXECUTES 

Landscape^ Portrait, Card and Seal Engravingy 

On Short Notice and Reasonable Terms. 

•Gentlemen requiring anything in the above line of Art, are 
respectfully requested to call at No. 5 St. Francois Xavisr 
Street, and examine numerous specimens of his Work. 



EXCHANGE AND MONEY BROKERS. 

Brown, P. D., 20 St. Fran9ois Xavier. 

Dorwin, C, 31 St. Francois Xavier. 

Fisher Daniel, 22 St. Francois Xavier. 

Smith, I. G., St. Francois Xavier near St. Paul. 

"Warner, G. VT., 20 St. Francois Xavier. 

Weir, William, 175 St. Paul. 

Wheeler, G. H., 28 St. Francois Xavier. 






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FANCY STORES. 

Holland, Richard, 124 Notre Dame. 
Holland & Mathewson,26 M'Gill. 
Holland, G. A., 153 Notre Dame. 
Thompson, John, 3 Place d'Armes. See Card. 
Trigg, Francis, 122 Notre Dame. 



JOHN THORSPSC, 

No^ 3 Place d^Armes^ 

Has always on baud an extensive Stock of FANCY GOODS, 
CUTLERY, STATIONERY, Cheap MUSIC, TOYS, and 
SCOTCH WOODEN WARE, such as Bowls, Luggies, Butter 
Prints, Ac., also TEA TRAYS, CARPET BAGS, and a great 
variety of small wares, all of which he offers at very low prices 
for cash. 

Parties requiring such articles are invited to call and ejiamine. 

FIRE ENGINE AND HOSE MANUFAC- 
TURERS. 

Perry, Alfred, 124" Craig. 
Perry, George, 124 Craig. 
Perry, William, 95 Fortification lane. 

FLOUR INSPECTOR. 

Watson, William, corner Geoage and Common. 

FLOUR MERCHANT. 

Janes, D. P., corner of Calli^re and Commission erSi 

FLOUR MILLS. 

Gould, Ira, Montreal City Mills, opposite Canal basin. 

FORWARDING MERCHANTS. 

Clemow, F., & Co., Common, Canal wharf. 
Gundlack, Alexander, 61 Commissioners. 
Hooker & Holton, Common, Canal wharf. 
Jones, H., & Co., west Wellington near the Canal. 
Ker, John, Canal wharf and 18^ St. Francois Xavier. 



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Lapens6e,V. R., Common, Canal wharf. 

M'Cuaig, J. S., & Co., William, opposite Grey Nun 

and Canal wharf. 
M'Lennan, Hugh, Common, Canal wharf. 
Macpherson, Crane & Co., Common near Dalhousie. 
Murray, Donald, Colborne, Canal basin. 
Walker, James A., Common, Canal wharf, 

FOUNDRIES AND MACHINE WORKS. 

City Foundry, C. P. Ladd, Queen near William. See 
Card, page 288. 

Eagle Foundry, George Brush, King near Common. 

Gilbert, E.E., machine works and foundry, south side 
Canal. 

Montreal Foundry and City Works, W. Rodden, William, 
Griffintown. See Card, page 289. 

Paige, B. P., & Co., threshing machines, &c., Welling- 
ton. See Card. 

Redmonds & Co., fouudry and machine works, 2 St. 
Antoine. 

St. Lawrence Engine Works, W. P. Bartley, south side 
Canal. 

FRUIT STORE. 

Jameson, H. B., Place d'Armes hill. 

FURNITURE BROKER. 

M'Guire, Francis, 7 and 9 St. Mary. 



B. P. PAIGE & Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

THRESHING MACHINES, 







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All kinds of Railroad, Machine, and Custom 
Castings, and Mill Work, 

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CITY FOUNDRY, 

QUEEN, NEAR WILLIAM STREET, 

Makes all kinds of CASTINGS, and keeps for Sale the 
best articles in his line, and the cheapest in Canada. 

AMONG WHICH ARE 

&tobt^, Cooktng, Souble Smgle & Jfan% 

HOT AIR FURNACES, COOKING RANGES FOR HOTELS, 

■ &c., &c., &c. 

AXES, VARIOUS PATTERNS, 

THRESHIIVO MACHINES, 

AND OTHER AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

C.§ST IROJy BJEJDST£jMnS, 

PIG IRON, AXE, AND OTHER IRON, 
English Coke, Lel^igh Coals, and most articles wanted in the trade . 









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CITY WORKS, 

WILLIAM STREET, ST. ANK'S SIBUBBS. 




WILLIAM RODDEN, 

Has resumed on his own account the manufacturing 
business, and is now prepared to execute orders for 
every description of 

PLAIN AND FANCY CASTINOS, 

0cale0 aub Uleigi)ittg iSIacl)ine0. 

Business with which he is favoured will be promptly 
attended to under his personal direction, the material 
used shall be of the best quality, the work well done, and 
prices moderate. 

Constantly Manufacturing on the Premises and fir 

JSahy 

An assortment of PARLOUR, FANCY SINGLE and 
DOUBLE PREMIUM, and a NEW PATTERN of 
superior economical COOKING STOVES, Ranges, 
Grates, &c., &c., a variety of sizes of Railroad, Ware- 
house, and Counter Scales, and Patent Balances. 

Every descuption of AXES in use can be supplied 
and warranted to. stand. 



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GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Anderson, Evans &. Co., 12 to 18 St. Gabriel. 

Auldjo, Lewis, & Co., 20 St. Fran9ois Xavier. 

Binmore, Brodie & Co., Cailidres near Common. 

Cusack, Charles J., Callidres near Common. 

Cuvillier, A., & Co., 15 St. Sacrament. 

Darling, William, 169 St. Paul. 

Darling, D. & C, 219 St. Paul. 

Douglas, William, 57 Commissioners. 

Edmonston, Allan & Co., corner Fortification lane and 
St. Francois Xavier. 

Foster, James, 188 St. Paul. 

Gillespie, Moffatt & Co., 134 St. Paul. 

Gilmour & Co., 9 St. Sacrament. 

Gordon, James, & Co., 11 St. Sacrament. 

Harris, Law & Co., 2 St. Alexis. 

Hart, Theodore, 6 St. Sacrament. 

Joseph, Jesse, corner St. Helen and Recollect. 

Kershaw, John, 14 M'Gill. 

Knapp, Joseph, Pointe a Callidre. 

Lemesurier, Routh & Co., Common, opposite the up- 
per wharf. 

Leslie, Starnes & Co., 3 Recollect, and 190 Notre 
Dame. 

Long, John, 224 St. Paul. 

M'Gill, P., Insurance buildings, Great St. James. 

M*Kenzie, J. G., & Co., St. Joseph near St. Paul. 

Maitland, (Ed.) Tylee & Co., \1 St. Francois Xavier. 

Masson, Bruy^re, Thomas & Co., 142 St. Paul. 

Molson, John, jun., Lemoine. 

Noad, Young & Co., comer William and Grey Nun. 

Orr, James R., & Co., 77 Commissioners. 

Ryan Brothers & Co., Cuvillier's buildings, St. Sacra- 
ment. 

Stephens & Mills, corner St. Peter and St. Sacrament. 

Tiffin, Joseph, 95 St. Paul. 

Torry, Clarke & Co., St. Eloi near St. Paul. 

Tyre, Colquhoun & Co., Nuns' buildings, St. Joseph. 

Watson, G. D., 8 St. Sacrament. 

Williams, Thomas, 10 St. Sacrament. 



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GROCERS, TEA AND SPICE DEALERS. 

Addy & Childa, 162 Notre Dame. 

Benson, H. E., 178 Notre Dame. 

Cochran, Samuel, 109 Notre Dame. See Card, under 

head of" Tea Warehouse." 
Cochran, Thomas, corner St. Constant and Lagauche- 

ti^re. 
Mathewson, S., & Son, 44 M'Gill. 

GROCERS, WINE AND SPIRIT DEALERS. 

Armstrong, Wm., & Co., lOi Notre Dame, and 151 

St. Joseph. 
Beck, George C, 67 St. Joseph. 
Berthelot, L. F., 1 St. Mary. See Card, page 292. 
Biron, Edouard, corner M'Gill and St. Joseph. 
Clarke, William, 76 St. Mary. 
Cowan & Cross, corner M'Gill and St. Maurice. 
Desmarteau, Plamondon & Mausseau, 98 St. Paul. 
Fitzpatrick & Moore, 2 M'Gill. 

Forrest, J. B., corner Chaboillez square and Inspector. 
Hutchison, J., 33 Notre Dame^ 
Lanigan, Daniel, 178 Notre Dame. 
M*Donald, J., 83 St. Lawrence, and 90 St. Joseph. 
M'Laren, W. D. & A., 11.5 St. Lawrence. 
M*Namee, George, 61 St. Antoine. 
Masson, Damase, 183 Notre Dame. 
Morrow, W. W., corner St. Lawrence and Vitr6. 
MulUn, J., corner St. Paul and M'Gill. 
Mussen, Henry, 22 St. Mary. 

Fatten, William, & Co., 27 M'Gill. See Card, page 292 
Phelan, John, 1 St. Paul. 
Proctor, CD., 18 M'Gill. 
Shelton, E. E., 172 Notre Dame. 
Stewart, D., 84 St. Joseph. 
Sutherland, C, corner M'Gill and St. Joseph. 
Sutherland, T. S., 108 Notre Dame. 
Sutherland, James, corner M'Gill and College. 
Theoret, J. T., 155 St. Joseph. 
Thomas, Richard, 35 Great St. James. 
Thompson, John, 72 St. Paul. 
Tiffin & Elliott, 64 St. Paul. 
Walsh, Anthony, 4 St. Antoine. 



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TEA k COFFEE WA REHOUSE. 

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No. 1 Solomon's Buildings, corner of Dalhousie square, 

East end Notre Dame Street, 

Montreal, 

Has always on hand, a choice selection of WINES, LIQUORS, GRO- 
CERIES, PICKLES, SAUCES, &c. 

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BROCERS & WINE MERCHANTS, 

No. 27 McGILL STREET, 
Nearly opposite Saint Maurice Street, 

[Ml@[NIT!Hli^[L» 

W. p. A Co. have constantly on hand a choice assortment of 
FRUITS, SPICES, PICKLES, SAUCES, &c. . 

Country Merchants supplied on reasonable terms. 

Private families will find it to their advantage to call and examine 
our very choice stock, which is offered on unusually favorable terms. 

GUN SMITH. 
Hall, W., 51 Notre Dame. See Card. 

WILLIAM HALL, 

SPORTSMAirS 

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HAIR DRESSERS, WIG AND CURL MAKERS. 

Allan, John, 208 Notre Dame. 

Bansley, David, 110 Notre Dame. See Card 

Boyce, J. R., 157 Notre Dame. 

Palmer, John, 17 St. Gabriel. * 

Perhamus, James, 79 St. Mary. 

^air Ulrefliser, Perfumer, $^c-, 

No. 110 Notre Dame Street y 

Having removed to the above commodious premises, will Iceep constantly 
on hand, or make to order, every article in his line of business in th« 
latest and most approved style, and upon the moiit reasonable terms. His 
Stock of PERFUMERY and TOILET REQUISITES is very elegant and 
complete, and he respectfully invites the attention of such as require sup* 
plies of the kind, to those which he is prepared to furnish. 

HARDWARE MERCHANTS. 

Beliveau, L. J., 69 St. Paul. See Card, page 295. 

Brewster &Mullholland, 177 and 179 St. Paul. 

Brewster, W. & C, 184? St. Paul. See Card, page 294. 

Bryson, Alexander, St. Sacrament. 

Faucher, Olivier, St. Antoine bridge. 

Ferrier & Co., 181 St. Paul. 

Frothingham & Workman, 165 St. Paul. 

Hagar, George, 103 St. Paul. 

Haldimand Brothers, 85 St. Paul. 

Hibbard & Co., 190 St. Paul. See Card, page 295. 

Hutton, James, St. Helen. See Card, page 296. 

Keller, John, 91 St. Paul. 

Lepage, Olivier, 74 St. Paul. 

Morland & Co., St. Joseph near St. Paul. 

Peck, Thomas, & Co., 155 St. Paul. 

Sherlock, Foley & Co, 191 St. Paul. 

Vennor, H., & Co., 3 St. Sacrament. 

Walker, J., 11 St. Sacrament. See Card, page 295. 

Wilspn, Thomas, 65^ St. Paul. 





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MOIiTBEAl., 

Comer of St. Paul and St. Frangois Xamer Streets, 
IMPOETERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

HABDWABE AND CTJTLEBT, 

English, Swedes, 
Russia and Banks' 
best Refined Iron, 
Potash Kettles, 
Stoves, and other 
Castings ; Blister 
Faggott, Spring, <fe 
Warranted Cast 
Steel Chains, 
Anchors, Anvils, 
and Vices, Best 
Warranted Mill 
Saws, Ciecular, 
Hand & other Saws 

The whole comprising a most complete assortment of all articles iu 
the trade and at the Lowest Prices. 

""""ljLs6^EviRY"DESCRIP^^ 




EDGE TOOLS, 

ScYTBES, Joiners' 
Tools, Files, Looks 
Hinges, Screws, 
Cast Steel War- 
banted Axes, Sad- 
dlery, Plated and 
Japanned Wares, 
Bells, &c., <&c., and 
Manufacturers of 
Best Cut Nails, 
Tacks, <fec. 




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Used by the best Farmers in Canada, including : Ploughs, Har- 
rows, Cultivators, Straw and Hay Cutters, Cast Steel and Steel 
Back Scythes, Horse Bakes, Cast Steel Forks and Hoes, Chums, 
and Cheeee Presses, etc., all of the latest improved manufacture. 



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SUBSCRIBERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 295 

L. J. BELIVEAU, 

Importer $c General J^arHtoare iWercftant, 

SIGN OF THE HANDSAW AND PADLOCK, 

Saint Paul Street, 69, . a few doors aJbove 

THE BONSECOVSS MABKET, 

L. J. Beliveau takes this opportunity of offering to his friends and the 
public, a complete assortment of Hardware of all kinds ; Tools for Joiners 
and Carpenters ; Bar Iron, Steel, Bellows, Anvils, Vices, &c., &c. ; also, a 
good assortment of Paints of all kinds and colours, Boiled Oil, Turpentine, 
Varnish, Glass of all sizes, Putty, &c., &c. The whole to be disposed of 
at reduced prices. 




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IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, 

190 St. Paul Street, 

MONTREAL. 

HILL BROTHERS & Co., 

Exporters of all descriptions of Hardware^ Saddlery, ifc, 

Watsall, England. 
SPEAR & JACKSON, 

Manufacturers of Saws^ Steel Files y <S;c,, 

Etna Works, Sheffield. 

REPRESENTED IN CANADA BY 

JOSEPH WALKER, 

Commercial Buildings, St. Sacrament St,, Montreal. 



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STEARNS & MARVIN, 

Salamander Safes, 

i\ro. 146 Water Street, New York. 

JAMES HUTTON. AGENT. ST. HELEN ST.. 

HATTERS AND FURRIERS. 

Brahadi, Abraham, 95 Notre Dame. See Card. 

Bresler, A., Notre Dame. See Card, page 298. 

Brown, John, 153 St. Paul. See Card, page 299. 

Gettes, William, 156 St. Paul. See Card. 

Greene & Sons, 229 St. Paul. See Card, page 300. 

Henderson, John, 93 Notre Dame. 

Hyman, S., 29 St. Antoine. See Card, page 299. 

Levin, B., 99 St. Paul. See Card. 

Mayer & Brother, 109^ Notre Dame. See Card, p. 301. 

Mead, J. H., 141 Notre Dame. 

Merckell, J. H., 106 Notre Dame. 

M'lver, George, 185 Notre Dame. See Card, page 30 1 . 

Noxon, E. B. C, & Co., 100 Notre Dame. See Card, 

page 300. 
Patschovsky, Raymond, 103^ Notre Dame. 
Samuel, Mark,.ll] Notre Dame. 
Thompson, William, 205 Notre Dame. 

WILLIAM GETTES, 
Hat Manufacturer and Furrier, 

156 ST. PAUL STREET, 

MONTREAL; 

Has now on hand a superior Stock of HATS, CAPS, FURS, 
Ac., of every description, which he oflfers at Wholesale or Eetail, 
upon his usual moderate terms. 

N. B — Country orders punctually attended to. 




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SUBSCRIBERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 297 

A. BRAHADI, 

FASHIONABLE HAT, CAP, & FUR STORE, 




Sign of the Military Cap, No. 95 Notre Dame Street, 

HAVING REMOVED to the Central and Commodious Store, 
No. 95 Notre Dame Street, formerly occupied by Mr. T. D. Waine, 
will keep constantly on hand a large and Fashionable Assortment 
of Hats, Caps, and Furs, which he will sell on the most reasonable 
terms. 

He returns thanks for the liberal support which he has hereto- 
fore received, and will continue to use his best endeavors to pro- 
vide the best description of goods only, and at such prices as he 
trusts will merit a continuation of favor and support. 





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FUR AND CLOTH CAP MANUFACTURER. 

Next door to G. Hagar^s Hardware Store, 

No. 99 ST. PAUL STREET, MONTREAL. 

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RUSSIAN FUR CUMPANY, 

No. 98 Notre Dame Street, corner St. Gabriel St., 

MONTREAL. 




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BEGS to infoim his friends and the public, that the business for- 
merly carried on at No. 109 Notre Dame Street, has been removed 
to the present central and commodious premises, vhere there will 
always be kept on hand the largest and best assorted stock of 



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Every article sold on the premises being manufactured under 
his own supervision, the proprietor can guarantee its being of the 
very best materials and workmanship, and the prices will be 
found to average from 10 to 26 per cent, under the usual charges. 

Coimtry Merchants and others are invited to call and examine 
previous to making their purchases. Terms liberal. 

N. B.— No connexion with No. 109 Notre Dame Street, or any 
other house in the trade. 

A. BRESLER, 

98 Notre Dame Street. 



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JOHxN BROWN, 

HAT MANVFAGTIIREB AKD FURRIER, 

And Importer of every article in the Manufacturing line, 

153 St. Paul Street, Montreal, 

Has always on hand and for sale upon vei^ favourable terms, an 
extensive and superior assortment of HATS of every description. 
His FUR, SILK and BEAVER HATS are invariably manu- 
factured under his own immediate superintendence, and he can 
confidently recommend them as being a better article than any- 
thing imported into Canada at the prices at which they will be sold. 
Country MEacHANTs, and Retailkrs OEMxaALLV, would do 
well to call and examine the Large Stock now on hand before 
purchasing elsewhere. He has always on hand a laroe and 
VARIED stock of FUR oooBs Well suitcd to the countiT trade, to 
which he would also respectfully call the attention of intending 
purchasers at wholesale. 

N. B. Constantly on hand a complete assortment of Hattei's Stock 
and Trimmings. Cash and the highest price paid for all raw furs. 




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Every description of Summer and Winter Caps constantly on 
hand, and sold wholesale at as low prices as any establishment in 
Canada. 

Furs of every description Manufactured. 



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CAMDA FUR \m HAT €o. 

229 ST. PAUL STREET. 







GREENE & SONS, MANUFACTURERS, 

Hare much pleasure in informing their Wholesale customers and 
others, that they keep constantly on hand their usual extensive 
assortment of Hats, Caps and Fur Goods in every variety and 
style. Manufacturing from the raw material and under our own 
inspection, we are enabled to produce a superior article at the 
lowest price. Possessing peculiar facilities and the most modern 
improvements for manufacturing, we feel confident in defying com- 
petition. Intending purchasers are requested to call ana examine 
the superior style ana quality of our goods before purchasing else- 
where. Hats, Caps and Furs made to order in every style. 
N. B. — Cash and the highest price paid for all kinds of Raw Furs. 

GREENE & SONS. 
Canada Fur and Hat Store, 229 St. Paul Street, Montreal. 



E. B. C. NOXON & Co., 
HATTERS & FURRIERS, 

No. 100 Notre Dame Street, 

Have nov7 on hand a very choice and select Stock of every 
article in their line of business, which, as regards quality and 
finish, cannot be surpassed in Canada, while the prices mU 
be found unusually moderate. A continuation of former 
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MAYER & BROTHER, 

MANUTAGTUBEItS, IMFOB.TERS, 

AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



SILKS, LEATHERS, &c., 

No. 109^ NOTRE DAME STREET, MONTREAL. 
Have constantly on hand an assortment of the above 
articles at very low prices for Cash. — Cash paid for 

ALL KINDS or FuRS. 

N. B. — Country Merchants supplied at Wholesale on 
the most favourable terms. 

OEORG^E M'lVER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 




No. 135 Notre Dame Street, Montreal, 

Keeps constantly on hand an extensive and very superior 

assortment of every article in his line of business, which 

he pffers at wholesale or retail upon very favourable terms. 

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HOT AIR STOVE BUILDER. 
Kwasneski, Stanislas, Bonaventure near the Railroad. 

HOTELS AND INNS. 

Adelphi Hotel, (W. C. Cogan,) Place d'Armes. 
Albion Hotel, (Nelson Vosburgh,) 231 St. Paul. 
Boston Hotel, (F. Frechette,) St. Joseph near St. PauL 
Caledonia House, (James Gilmour,) corner Wellington 

and Grey Nun. 
Charbonneau,Xavier,inn and boarding house, St. Claude. 
Donegana Hotel, (J. H. Daley,) Notre Dame. See Card. 
Eagle Hotel, temperance, (Francis Duclos,) College near 

M*GiU. 
Exchange Cpflee House, (F. P, Levine,) Exchange 

Court, St. Paul. 
Farmers' Hotel, (George Johnston,) corner Common and 

King. 
Franklin House, (M. P. Ryan,) corner King and William. 
Grant's Hotel, (John Grant,) St. Henry. 
Hays' House, (G. F. Pope,) Dalhousie square. See Card. 
Kingston Hotel, (Thos. Hanley,) corner Common and 

Prince. 
London Commercial Hotel, (Isaac Moffatt,) 64 Com- 
missioners. 
London Hotel, (Geo. Spalding,) 47 Notre Dame. 
Leblanc, Germain, inn and boarding house, 107 St. 

Paul, will remove to Custom house square. 
Leclair, Pierre, inn and boarding house, Jacques Cartier 

square. 
Mack's Hotel (late fiasco's,) (John Mack,) 65 St. Paul. 
Medden, John, inn and boarding house, St. Claude. 
Monkland's Hotel, S. Compain, Cote St. Antoine. 
Montreal House, (J. W. Coleman,) Custom house sq. 
Ottawa Hotel, (S. Browning,) 50 Great St. James. See 

Card, page 305. 
Pavilion Hotel, (H. Irish,) 13 St. Joseph. 
Railroad Hotel, (T. Moore,) 100 Bonaventure. 
St. Ann's Hotel, (Wm. Sadler,) 117 Commissioners. 
St. Lawrence Hall, (Vardon & Hogan,) Great St. James. 
Swan Inn, (John Dier,) corner Grey Nun and William. 
Western House, (J. W. Hewitt,) 32 McGill corner St. 

Maurice. 



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DONEGIANA HOTEL. 

This favorite Hotel, so well known to Travellers from the United 
States and Canada, has recently been completely 

E^moMk^ ^ Effwrmsl)^]bf, 

in a stifle of elegance unrivalled in Canada. It has also receiv- 
ed very considerable additions to its former accommodations by the 



Containing upwards of ffhf sleeping apartments. These are all 
arranged in such a way as to receive the 

FIIEST VEITILATION, 



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*o visitors every convenience which can be expected from sedulous 
attention to their wants and wishes. 

THE TABLE 

Will be supplied with the best which the m^kets afford. 

Will be of the best quality, and every attention will be paid, so 
as to render the enjoyment and satisfaction of the guests as com- 
plete as possible, Carriages are constantly in attendance, and 
«onvey passenj^ers to and from the Steamboats and Railroad 
Cstrs,free ofcfutrge. 




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NEAR THE PARADE GROUND, MONTREAL. 



The Subscriber in returning thanks to the public for the liberal 
share of patronage irhicb he received during his management of 
" Donegana's Hotel," previous to its destruction by fire, begs 
respectfully to call their attention, and invite their support to the 

MAGNIFICENT ESTABLISHMENT, 

Where he is now to be found, viz. : 






Which has been erected and furnished at a vast expense, and is 
now in every respect the 

First Hotel in British North America, 

And second to none on this Continent : 

Is exceedingly pleasant, being on the highest ground within the 
City proper, and in the immediate vicinity of the Parade Ground^ 
Dalhousie Square, City Hall, Public Offices, <fec. 

From the upper part of the House, and Cupola, is truly delightful, 
extending over the entire City, the River, and the beautiful coun 
try to the South of the St. Lawrence. There is a 

PROMENADE MUSICALE 

In the Splendid and Spacious Ball Room, every Tuesday evening, 
during the Season of Travel, at which the excellent Military Band 
of the Troops in the Garrison assists. 

Are large, comfortable, and numerous, so that no delay need occur 
at any time in procuring one. 

Will at all times be supplied with every delicacy of the season' 
which can be procured. 

THE WIDTEIS & L.iaV;OR» 

will unifonnly be of the best quality, and every attention will be 
paid to those who may honor the House with their patronage. 

N". B.— No Runners or paid Agents connected with this estab- 
Hshment. An Omnibus and Porters will always be in attendaiM^ 
to convey passengers to or from the steamboats or railway stations- 

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THE 

OTTAWA HOTEL, 

GREAT ST. JAMB'S STREET, 
WIS ®> 

The Subscriber begs to inform his friends and the public gene- 
rally, that his house is open for the reception of tru7§Ilers and 
boarders. 

It stands in tlie very heart of tlio business part of the City, 
"within two minutes' walk of the Post Oflfice and Banks. From 
the front is a delightful view of the Montreal Mpuntain, and ou 
the South side a view of the Shipping in the Harbour, the New 
Market, the Steamers in the Canal Basin, and a delightful view of 
the Lachino Rapids with the Steamers descending them. 

The OTTAWA HOTEL has undergone a complete repair, and 
is thoroughly fitted up with entirely » 




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of the most modem style, (from Messrs. Hilton's Manufactory,) 
regardless of cost. It will be found, the Subscriber flatters him- 
self to be " just what it ought to be." 

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House, Buflfalo, a gentleman long and favourably known to the 
American travelling public — that is, to the people of the United 
States, from Main to California, for who among them are not 
travellers ? Mr. Taft's experience in tlie management of first-class 
hotels, cannot but conduce to the comfort of the patrons of The 
Ottawa. 

CARRIAGES will be in attendance at. the Railroad and 
Steamboat Depots, on the arrival of Cars and Boats. 

A large and commodious STABLE, within a few minutes' walk 
of the house, has been secured, so that gentlemen wishing their 
horses kept, can be accommodated. 

CARRIAGES and HORSES, for parties of pleasure, may be 
obtained at all times. 

S. BROWNING. 

Montreal, July, 1852. 

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HOUSE FURNISHING WAREHOUSE. 

Nelson & Butters, 22 M<Gill. 

JEWELLERS- AND WATCHMAKERS 

Ascher, G. J., 53 Great St. James. 

Bohle & Hendry, 40 Craig. See Card. 

Clendinnen, John, 37 M'Gill. See Card, 

Creyk, William, 151 Notre Dame. 

Johnson, Thomas, corner St. Mary and Lacroix. 

Laggatt & WoUett, corner Notre Dame and St. Gabriel. 

See Card. 
Maysenhoelder & Bohle, coi*ner St. Vincent and Notre 

Dame. See Card, page 308. 
Ollendorff, M., 110 Notre Dame. 
Peacock, H., 92 Notre Dame. See Card, page 308. 
Savage & Lyman, corner Notre Dame and St. GabrieL 

See Card, page 309. 
Scott, J., 38TM'Gill, opposite Lemoine. 
SmilUe, D., working jeweller, 7^ St Francois Xavier. 
Townsend, W. A., 92 Notre Dame. 
Wood, J., & Son, 137 Notre Dame. See Card, page 308. 

Working Gold and Silver Smiths^ 

40 CRAIG STREET, 

Manufacture every description of article in their line of busi- 
nees in the best style of workmanship, and on moderate terms. 

Electro Gilding and Plating promptly attended to, plated 
ware of all kinds repaired, and renovatea equal to new. 

H. LAGGATT k S. WOLLETl 

Working Goldsmiths & Jewellers, 

Corner of Notre Dame and St. Gabriel Streets^ 
MONTREAL. 

Every description of article, in the above branches, manufactur- 
ed to order, ou the most reasonable terms. 

JEWELLERY BEFAIBED IN THE NEATEST MANNER. 



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J. CLENDINNEN, 



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Xo. 37 M'GILL STREET, 

2nd door from NOTRE DAME STREET, 

POIiTREAL. 




J. C. grateful for the very liberal patronage he has re- 
ceived since his commencement in business in this City, 
would, in respectfully returning his most sincere thanks 
to his numerous Patrons and friends, intimate to the 
Public at large that from his practical experience in the 
manufacturing and 

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MAYSENHOELDER & BOHLE, 

WORKING GOLDSMITHS k JEWELLERS. 

Corner Notre Dame and St. Vincent sis.f 
ASOXfTRZSAL, 

Execute to order all kinds of work in their line, in a superior 
manner, and with the utmost despatch. Jewelleky of every de- 
scription repaired in the best manner, and upon the most reason- 
able terms. 

N. B. — Entrance by St. Vincent street, door next the corner. 





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W ATCHMAKEE & JEWELLER, 

No. 96i Notre Bame Street, 
MONTREAL, 

Respectfully intimate?, that, having removed to the above elegant 
and commodious btore, and added largely to his Stock of GOLD 
and SILVER WATCHES, and JEWELLERY of all kinds, 
he is now enabled to offer such inducements to intending pur- 
chasers as Ciinnot fail to be satisfactory. 

His present extensive Stock embraces Gold and Silver Watches. 
Guard Chains, Bregaets, Kings, Shirt Studs, Gold Pens and Pen- 
cils, Bracelets, Ear Rings, Brooches, Lockets, Crosses, Plated 
Ware, Spectacles, &c. 

— ALSO, — 

Looking Glasses, Violins, Accordeons, Flutenas, Perfumery, 
Papier-Mach6 Ware, Cutlery and House Furnishing Articles, all 
of which he offers at the lowest possible rates. 



JOHN WOOD & SON, 
WATCHMAEEES AND JEWELLERS, 

No. 137 Notre Dame street y 

Beg to intimate that they are now offering for sale, at the 
above central Stand, a large and elegant Stock of GOLD and 
SILVER WATCHES, GOLD CHAINS, RINGS, BROOCHES, 
and every other kind of ORNAMENTAL ARTICLE usually 
to be found in their line of business, to which they would re- 
epectfully call the attention of Ladies and Gentlemen who intend 
purchasing. 



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JUNK AND IRON STORE. 

Dackus, John, 15 St. Joseph. 

LAND AGENTS. 

Bent, George, 183 St. Paul. 

Court, James, Insurance buildings, Great St. James. 

LARD OIL, AND CANDLE MANUFACTURER. 

Mathewson, John,& Son, corner Inspector and William. 
See Card after "Tallow Chandlers." 

LAST MANUFACTURER. 

Wardill, J., 173 Notre Dame. 

LEATHER MERCHANTS AND TANNERS. 

Busseau, H., 87 St. Paul. 
Leclerc, John A., 174 St. Paul. 
Weir, William, 175 St, Paul. 

LUMBER MERCHANTS. 

Cusson, Frs., corner Youville and Common. 
Sims & Coleman, corner St. Lewis and St. Denis. 

MACHINIST AND PRINTING PRESS MANU- 
FACTURER. 

Berry, William, Longueuil lane. See Card. 

WILLIAM BERRY, 

LONOTJEUIL LANE, 
Rear of the Western Hotel, IVPGill Street, 

GENERAL SMITH, AND MACHINE MAKER. 

Turning Lathes, light and heavy, with compound slides, Plan- 
ing, Screwing, Grooving, Wheel Cutting, Engines, and Machines ; 
Mills and Gearing ; Carriage Axles, patent and common ; every 
description of Mechanics' Tools; Spiral, Hydraulic, Lever, and 
every other kind of Presses, made from the most approved 
models ; Manufacturing Machinery^ &,c. <&c. 

ALSO, 

Bell Hanging, Brand and Stamp Letter Cutting, Ranges and 
other Grates, Safes, Locks and Keys, Iron Gates, Palisading, <bc. 
of the most modem style. 



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SUB9CRIBERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 311 

MARINE STORE. 

Mullins, F. F., Common near Youville. 

MERCHANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS. 

Adams, W. & H. F., 149 Notre Dame. 

Boulanget, J. C, 41 Notre Dame. 

Campbell, John, 193 Notre Dame. 

Cliirord, S., & Co., 9 M'Gill. See Card." 

Depcnsier, O., 3 Place d'Armes. 

Fleming, J., 103 Notre Dame. 

Gallagher, C, 233 St. Paul. 

Galbraith, John, 183 Notre Dame. 

Gemmill, William, 11 M'Gill. See Card, page 312. 

Gibb & Co., 163 Notre Dame. 

Lane, Samuel, 8 and 10 Notre Dame. 

Lavender, H., 109 Notre Dame. See Card, page, 314. 

Leavers, James, 185 Notre Dame. 

Loiselle, F. X., 25 M'Gill. See Card, page 313. 

Mann, D., 4 St. Mary. 

Muir, Wm. & James, 25 Great St. James. 

Seath, Robert, 18 M'Gill. 

Slack, Wm., jun., 28 M'Gill. 

Thomson, Joseph N., 33^ Great St. James. 

Wall, B., 48 Notre Dame. 






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GENERAL IMPORTER, <fec. 

No. 9 McGill Street, Montreal. 

Has constantly on hand a very extensive assortment of every de- 
scription of WOOLLEN and other READ Y-MADE CLOTHING, 
HATS, CAPS, (fee, which he offers for sale at unprecedentecUy 
Low Prices. Country Merchants, and the public generally, are 
respectfully invited to call and examine. 

U^.B.— Strangers visiting the City can be accommodated with a 
Complete Siit, Made to Measure, in from 12 to 24 hours. 



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Has now on hand one of the most EXTENSIVE AND 
COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS of 

GEBTLEM'S, YOUTH'S AND BOTS 

Vin^ JHoiic Clttlitng, 

Ever offered to the Public. 

His STOCK is made up under his own superintendence, 
expressly for the CANADIAN AND AMERICAN 
MARKET, and includes the finest description of Gar- 
ments which can be required by the most fastidious, as 
well as those suited for persons whose means are more 
limited. 

And the public generally, are invited to call and examine 
before making their purchases, as the Proprietor believes 
he can oifer them advantages rarely to be met with, and 
certainly not to be surpassed by any similar establish- 
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F. X. LOISELLE, 

Merchant Tailor and Clothier, 

No. 23 McGILL STREET, 

Keeps always on hand an extensive and varied assortment of 

READY MADE CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS, 

Together with a Superior Stock of 

Ifooad Cloths, Cassimeres, Yesflngs, &c., 

Which he is at all times prepared to 

MMM TO MEASHJIKE, 

In the most fashionable manner, upon short notice, and at very 

moderate prices. 

Cloth and Trimmings Furnished, 

And Garments Cut in the latest style of fashion. 
SHIRTS, DRAWERS, UNDERSHIRTS, COLLARS, &c., 

In great variety, and every article warranted to be the best of its 
kind. Citizens and strangers are invited to call and examine. 

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CLOTHIER, AUD GEKBRAL OOTFITTER. 

109 Notre Dame Street ^ Montreal^ 

Respectfully informs Gentlemen visiting Montreal, that 
he has on hand a very large and splendid assortment of 
Woollen Goods, Trowser Stuffs, Silks, Satins, Vestings, 
&c., of the best quality and most fashionable styles, with 
a variety of articles incidental to the Tailoring business. 
A large stock of 

Ready-Made Clothing of Superior Quality. 

N.B. — For the convenience of Travellers, H. L. has 
made arrangements which will enable him to make up 
a suit of clothes in 8 hours. 

Warranted to Fit well, 

MILLINERS AND DRESSMAKERS. 

Arthur & Aitken, 159 Notre Dame, 
filackadder, Mrs., 189 Notre Dame. See Card. 
Dennie, Mrs., 13 Great St. James. 



MRS. BLACKADDER, 
Straw & Tuscan Bonnet Manufacturer, 

No. 189 Notre Dame street^ 

Manufactures every description of Straw and Tuscan Bonnets ; 
Cleans, Dyes, Bleaches, and alters Bonnets. 
Straw and Tuscan Braids of every description, for sale upon 
very reasonable terms. 

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MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MAKERS, ORGAN 

BUILDERS, &c. 

Brown, Abner, 31 Notre Dame. 

Dennis, William, 40 Great St. James. 

Herbert, .T. W., & Co., 113 Notre Dame. See Card. 

Hood, Thomas, (successor to Mead, Brothers & Co.,) 29 

Notre Dame. 
MTherson, John, & Son, 54^ Craig. 
Nor.Jheimer, A. & S., Odd Fellows' Hall, Great St. 

James. 
Mead, Brothers & Co., 141 Notre Dame. 
Seebold Brothers, 53 Great St. James. 
Warren, Samuel R., 10 St. Joseph. See Card. 



HARP. VIOLONCELLO, 
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BEST CLARIONET. OBOE. 
& BASSOON REEDS. 



J. ¥. HEEBEET & Co., 

SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LYRE, 

No. 1 1 3 NOTRE DAME STREET, 

JtMomlrealf 

Grand Cabinet, Grand Square, Patent Square, Cottage, Bou- 
doir, and Piccolo Piano Fortes, made expressly for this climate. 

The choicest European Musical Works received as soon as pub- 
lished. All kinds of Brass, Wood, Wind and Stringed Instru- 
ments. 

Musical Instruments Repaired, Bought, Sold, Exchanged, or 
lent on Hire. 

N. B. — Their arrangeraents for Tuning, Regulating, and Re- 
pairing Pianos, are Superior to most houses in America. 

Samuel r. warren, 

jilHnufiicturrr af 
PIANO FORTES 

iEOLOPIIONS AND HAUMONICONS, 

Of any size and capacity, 

AND WARRANTED TO GIVE SATISFACTION, 

No. 10 St. Josepli Street, 

Corner St. Henry Streety near St. George's Church. 

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NAIL AND SPIKE MANUFACTURERS. 

Holland & Dunn, south Bide of the Canal. 
Peck, Thomas, & Co., 155 St. Paul. 
Vennor, H., & Co., 3 St. Sacrament. 

NEEDLE AND FISH-HOOK IMPORTER, 

Clarke, E., IS St. Francois Xavier. 

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 

Agricultural Journal, (English and French,) John LoveU^ 

printer, 7 St. Nicholas. 
Album Litt^raire of LaMinerve, 15 St. Vincent, 
Canada Directory, John Lovell, 7 St. Nicholas. 
Canada Medical Journal, (Drs. Macdonnell & David, 

editors,) John Lovell, printer, 7 St. Nicholas. 
Cadet, monthly, J. C. Becket, 22 Great St. James. 
Courier, daily and tri-v\^eekly, Lindsay & Dinning, 6 St. 

Joseph. 
French Canadian Missionary Record, (quarterly,) J. C. 

Becket, 22 Great St. James. 
Gazette, daily, tri-w^eekly, and weekly, J. M. Ferres 8c 

Co., 20 Great St. James. 
Herald, daily, tri-weekly, and weekly, D. Kinnear & 

Co., St. Gabriel. 
L'Avenir, (French), weekly, Dorion & Rowen, Place 

d'Armes. 
La Minerve, (French), tri-weekly and serai-weekly, L. 

Duvernay, St. Vincent. See Card, page 318. 
Le Moniteur Canadien, weekly, DeMontigny & Co., 75 

St. Paul. See Card, next page. 
Le Pays, weekly, J. A. Plinguet, St. Th6r6se. 
Life Boat, monthly, F. W. Campbell, Place d'Armes. 
Maple Leaf, monthly, R. W. Lay, 22 Great St. James. 
Melanges Religieux, (French Roman Catholic,) semi- 
weekly, St. Denis near St. Catherine. 
Missionary and Sabbath School Record, J. C. Becket, 

22 Great St. James. 
Pilot, daily and tri-weekly, R. Campbell, Place d'Armes. 
Presbyterian, The, monthly, John Lovell, printer, 7 St. 

Nicholas. 
Snow Drop, monthly, John Armour, 9 Great St, James. 



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Temperance Advocate, fortnightly, J. C, Becket, 22 

Great St. James. 
Transcript, tri-vveekly, semi-weekly and weekly, D. 

M'Donaid, 2 Hospital. 
True Witness, weekly, E. Clerk; 3 M'Gill. 
Witness, weekly, The, J. Dougall, 22 Great St. James. 





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Notice to Merchants who wish to Advertise 
in the French Language. 

THIS JOURNAL offers, from its low price of sub- 
scription and extensive circulation throughout Canada 
and Foreign parts, great advantages to Merchants and 
others, especially to those who wish to advertise for the 
Country.— Apply to DeMONTIGNY & Co. 

Office 79^ St. Paul Street, Montreal. 

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79^ ST. PAUL STREET, MONTREAL. 

The Subscribers have arranged their Printing Presses so as to 
enable them to undertake all descriptions of JOBS, both in the 
French and English languages. 

The clearness of the types, the elegance of the edges of the 
Pamphlets and Cards which they can produce, from their office, 
cannot but ensure a great superiority over other Typographical 
works of the kind. 

They call the attention of Merchants and others to their es- 
tablishment, so as to be able to judge of the advantages resulting 
to them, in being able to procure Cards and Advertisements in 
both languages. DeMONTIGNY & Co. 

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THIS Paper ia the oldest Trench Newspaper in Cana- 
da, and has undoubtedly by far the largest circulation 
among the French part of the population. It ia there- 
fore a most desirable medium for 

BUSINESS ADVEETISEMENTS; 

and, in addition to advantages arising from its large 
Subscription List, all persons engaged in commerce are 
necessarily obliged to refer to its columns for notices con- 
nected with the Corporation, the Bankrupt and other 
Courts, Sales of Land by the Sheriff, and other Legal 
Sales, the Advertisements of the Crown Lands, Board 
of Works, Post OflSce, and every Public Department, 
&c., &c., and numerous similar announcements, for 
which the most influential Journal is always selected. 

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NEW YORK & BOSTON EXPRESS. 

Bent, Geo., 183 St. Paul street. See Cards. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Aussem & L'Ecuyer, Custom house square. 
Belle, C. E., 9 St. Vincent. 
Damour, Alfred, 75 St. Mary. 
Doucet, T., 30^ St. Francois Xavier. 
Easton, William, 27^ Little St. James. 
Gibb, J. J., 39 Little 8t. James. 
Griffin, John C, 26 Little St. James. 
Guy, Etienne, 2 St Francois Xavier. 
Hunter, James S., 2 Great St. James. 
Isaacson, J. H., 20 St. Francois Xavier. 



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Jol)in, J. II., !•*• St. Vincent. 
Labadio, J. A., 14« Little St. James. 
Labadie, J. E. O., 14 Little St. James. 
Lappare, Henry, corner Little St. James and St. Law- 
rence lull- 
Martin, L. S., St. Lawrence hill. 
Meyer & Meyer, 2 St. Gabriel. • 
Montreuil, A.. 42 St. Mary. 
Papineau, C. i ., corner St. Gabriel and St. James. 
Papineau, D. K., corner St. Gabriel and St. James. 
Pelton & Napier, corner St. John and St. Sacrament. 
Phillips, W. H., 51 Little St. James. 
Ross, William, 43 Little St. James. 
Smith, James, 2 St. Francois Xavier. 
Weekes, Geo., Nuns* buildings, St. Joseph. 
Weston, Henry, corner St. Eloi and St. Paul. 

New Tork and Boston Express. 

OFFICE, NO. 183 ST. PAUL STREET. 






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For the TRANSPORTATION of SPECIE, BANK NOTES 
and PACKAGES, with care and despatch, COLLECTION of 
NOTES and ACCOUNTS, and tlio transaction of general busi- 
ness. 

In addition to the Express business, will pay particular atten- 
tion to WAREHOUSING and FORWARDING PACKAGES 
by the Atlantic Steamers, and all kinds of goods by the ordinary 
freight lines, for a small commission. 

Despatched daily. 

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CHENEY & CO.'S 
BOSTON EXPRESS. 

In addition to their Express Business, will pay particular at- 
tention to the WAREHOUSING and FORWARDING PACK- 
AGES by the English Steamers. 

GEO. BENT, 

Agent. 
PULLEN, VIRGIL <fe Co.,— iVb. 10 Wall street, New York. 
CHENEY & Co.,— Court Square, Boston. 
N. B. All packages intended to be forwarded by either of the 
above, must be accompanied with Invoices, to prevent delay at 
the Custom House. 
Despatched daily. 



NURSERY AND SEEDSMAN. 
Shepherd, George, 25 Notre Dame. See Card. 



GEORGE SHEPHERD, 

Nursery and Seedsman, 



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SEEDSMAN TO THE LOWER CANADA AGRICUL- 
TURAL SOCIETY, 

No, 25 Notre Dame Street, 

MONTREAL. 



A choice collection of Green-house Plants, Garden Seeds 
Bulbous Flower Roots, Herbaceous Plants, Shrubs, Fruit and 
Ornamental Trees, <fec., <fec. — Wholesale and Retail. 



OATMEAL MILLS. 
EspUn, Charles, George near Wellington. 

OIL AND PUTTY FACTORY. 
Roltot, Pierre, 150 St. Mary. 

OPTICIAN. 
Andrews, Charles, Place d'Armes near Little St. James. 



SUBSCRIBERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 321 



PAINTERS, (^Coach, House, Sign and Ornamental.) 

Clarke, Francis, Alexander near Lagauchetidre. See 

Card. 
Clarke, Henry J., 51 St. Lawrence. 
Grant, Archibald, 57 St. Mary. 
Lloyd, William, corner Great St. James and St. Peter. 

See Card. 
M'Nider, A., 9 St. Lawrence. 
Eamsay & M'Arthur, 58 M'Gill. 
Rogers & Wright, 13^ St. Mary. 



FRANCIS CLARK, 

Plain and Ornamental Painter, 
Paper Hanger, &c., 

Alexander Street near Lagaucheti^e Street^ 

MONTREAL, 

Is always prepared to attend to orders in his line of business, 
and hopes, by strict attention to business, and moderate charges, 
to merit a continuation of public patronage. 



fion^t, S>tsn anil (i^rnamentdl $a(nto]r, 

PAPERHANGER AND GLAZIER, 

Corner of Great St. James and St. Peter Sts.^ 

RIONTRBAIi, 

IMITATES every kind of WOOD and MARBLE, and executes 

Ornamental Painting in all its branches, and in first rate style,— also, 

PAFEBHANOINO AND COLOUBINO IN DISTEMPER 

PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

No extra charge made for work done in the country, and all 
orders are attended to with punctuality and despatch, and the 
charges are very moderate. 

PAINT, OIL AND GLASS STORES. 

Atwater, E., & Co., 193 St. Paul. 
Clarke, Henry J., 51 St. Lawrence. 



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Corse, R. & H., 205 St. Paul. 

Loughry, John, 1 54« St. Paul. 

Moses, Michael, 97 St. Paul. 

Ramsay & M'Arthur, 58 M'Gill. See Card. 

Rogers & Wright, 13^ St. Mary. 



Wholesale and Retail, 58 ano? 60 M'G'dl Street, 

RAMSAY & M^ ARTHUR, 

HAVE constantly on hand every description of Paints, Varnishes, 
Bronzes, Gold Leaf, Artists' Colours and Tools, Paris Green ground 
in Oil, and Dry, Window Glass, <fec., <fec., 

Whieh they offer Cheap for Cash. 

PAPER HANGER. 
Hill, Benjamin, 157 Notre Dame. See Card. 

Paper-hanger, Map and Print Vamisher, 

AND 

jTantp asop iManufacturer, 

Jxist returned froni London. 

DRAWING PAPERS PASTED ON LINEN, FOR PLANS 
AND SECTIONS OF RAILWAYS, &c. 

MAPS, &c., Colored and Varnished, with Rollers, or to fold up 
into Cases. 

Banker's Cases, Portfolios, Pocket Books, Jewel Cases, Taster 
board Boxes, of all kinds, made to order. 

A new style of Mounting Prints, Window Bills, &c. 

No, 167 Notre Dame street, Montreal. 



SUBSCRIBERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 323 



PAPER WAREHOUSES. 

Darling, William, St. Paul, opposite the Custom house. 
Miller, Wm., & Co., I'ortneuf Paper Mills, 148 St. 

Paul. 
Weir & Dunn, 7 Great St. James. 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Boyer, L., M. D., 8 St. Therdse. 

Bruneau, 0. T., M. D., 42 Craig. 

David, A. H., M. D., 48^ Craig. 

D'Odet d'Orsonnens, T. E., M. D., 67 St. Lewis. 

Elliot, W. H., M. D., 25 Great St. James. 

Fenwick, George E., M. D., corner Craig and C6t6. 

Fisher, Arthur, M. D., 61 Great St. Jamea. 

Eraser, William, M. D., 8 Little St. James. 

Gibb, George D., M. D., 67 Craig. 

Godfrey, R., M. D., 26 St. Maiy. 

Howard, R. P., M. D., corner M'Gill and Great St. 

James. 
Jones, Thos. W., M. D., corner Craig and C6t6. 
MacCallum, Duncan R., M. D., 46 M'Gill. 
McCallum, D., M. D., 31 M*Gill. 
M'CuUoch, Michael, M. D., U St. Gabriel. 
Nelson, Woltred, M. D., corner Little St. James and 

St. Lawrence hill. 
Peltier, Hector, M. D., Craig opposite Hermine. 
Picault, P. E., M. D., 36 Notre Dame. 
Schmidt, S. B., M. D., bl St. Lawrence. 
Tavernier, L. F., M. D., 4 St. Lawrence. 

PLANE MAKER. 

Wallace, Alexander, Lagaucheti^re near Bleury. 

PLANING AND SAWING MILLS. 

Esplin, Charles, George near Wellington. 

Sims & Coleman, St. Mary, opposite Queen square. 

PLASTERERS. 

Aitkin & Morrison, George near Wellington. 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

Becket, J. C, 22 Great St. James. 
Campbell, RoUo, Place d'Armes. 



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Duvernay, L., 15 St. Vincent. 
Demontigny & Co., 79^ St. Paul. 
Dorion & Rowen, Place d'Armes. 
Ferres, J. M., & Co., 20 Great St. James. 
Gendron, P., 29 St. Gabriel. See Card. 
Gillies, John, 3 M'Gill. 
Kinnear, D., & Co., St. Gabriel. 
Lovell, John, 5 and 7 St. Nicholas. 
M'Donald, D.,2 Hospital. 
Plinguet, J. A., St. Ther^se. 
Ramsay, Hew, 21 St. Francois Xavier. 
Starke & Co., 9 St. Francois Xavier. 
Wilsons & Nolan, 27 M'Gill. 



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BOOK,JOB,& CARD PRINTER, 

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OPPOSITE THE CANADA HOTEL, 

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Printing of every description, (from the largest Poster to the 
Bin^lest Card,) executed with neatness and despatch, at moderate 
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Eager, W. L., Wellington near Queen. 
McDonnell, Francis, Grey Nun. 
Watson, William, Common near George. 

PROVISION MERCHANTS. 

Boyer, Louis, corner St. FranQois Xavier and Commis- 
sioners. 
Renard (L.) et Fr^re, 106 Foundling. 

READY MADE LINEN WAREHOUSES. 

Aitkin, John, & Co., 159 Notre Dame. 
Provandie, Mrs., 50 Notre Dame. See Card. 



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MRS. PROVANDIE, 

GENTLEMEN'S READY MADE LINEN, 



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No, 50 JSotre Dame Street^ Montreal^ 

Has always on hand a very choice stock of SHIRTS. UNDER- 
SHIRTS, DRAWERS, COLLARS, &c., (fee, all of which are 
made up under her own supervision, and are waranted of the best 
description. 

Orders attended to with the utmost despatch, and upon moderate 
terras. 



REGISTRY AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICES. 

Flynn, James, 13 Alexander. See Card. 
Hester, John, 6 Bleury. See Card. 

JAMES FLYNIH 

ifsw iim iEQQm ikm mm. sTsas, 

AND CATHOLIC SERVANTS' HOME, 

FOR 

Male and Female Domestic Servants, 

No. 13 ALEXANDER STREET, 

Opposite the East Side of St. Patrick^s Church, Montreal. 

N. B — Families requiring Female Domestics may depend upon none 

being sent to them from this OflSce whose character will not bear 

the strictest investigation. 

JOHN H EST Eli, 

Registry and Intelligence Office for Male and Fe- 
male Domestics y Farm Labourers^ (&c., 
No. 6 BLEURY STREET, MONTREAL. 

J. H. keeps a register of Male and Female domestics, <fec., of 
good character, who are in want of places, and will attend prompt- 
ly to applications for domestics from families of respectability, 
who may depend that in no case will he send them a person 
whose character will not bear strict investigation. Families re- 
quiring domestics, or domestics requiring places, aro invited to 
call as above. Terms moderate. 



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ROPE FACTORY. 

Converse, J. A., Partenais off St. Mary. 

SADDLERS AND HARNESS MAKERS. 

Lafreni^re, Cyprien, Jacques Cartier square. 
Morris, Robert, 27 Notre Dame. 

SHIP BREAD BAKERS. 
Tilton, S. P., & Co. See Card. 



S. p. TILTON & CO., 

(lJLTE HA.LL AND TILTON,) 

Corner Grey Nun and Common streetSy 

NEAR THE LACHINE CANAL, 

N. B. — All orders punctually attended to, upon the lowest 
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SHERIFF'S OFFICERS. 

Bates, John, 38 Craig. 

Desforges, J. M., 24 St. Lawrence. 

Kell, William, 37 Champ de Mars. 

Martin, T. A., 2 St. Gabriel. 

Miller, G. A., 38 St. Lawrence. 

O'Neil, Thomas, 2 St. Claude. 

Rapin, Charles, 19 St. Vincent. 

Stuart, Robert, Visitation near Mignonne. 

SHIP YARDS AND DRY DOCKS. 

Cantin, A , St. Joseph, Canal basin. 
Tate & Co., south side of the CanaU 

SMITHS (BLACK & WHITE), HORSE SHOERS, 

&c., &c., &c. 

Ainslie, John, Haymarket square. 

Bartley, Wm., Ptince near Wellington. 

Bertram, Alexander, Dalhousie square, comer Lacfoix. 



SUBSCRIBERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 327 

Boyd, John, 7 St. John. 
Boyden, Oliver, corner Recollect and M'Gill. 
Fleck, Alexander, 1 1 St. Peter. 
M'Intosh, John, Nazareth near Common. 
M'Donald, John, Common near Youville. 

STAGE, STEAMBOAT AND RAILROAD 

OFFICES. 

Alliance A nd North Briton, Quebec Tow Boats,E . 
Lusher, agent, St. Joseph near St. Paul. 

American Line of Steamers for River St. Law- 
rence and Lake Ontario, W. T. Barron, agent, 24 
McGill St. — usual cabin fare to C6teau du Lac, lOs., to 
Corn'wall, 12s. 6d., to Prescott, 15s., to Brockville, 15s. 
to Kingston, 20s., to Saoket's Harbour, 30s., to Oswe- 
go, 30s., to Rochester, 37s. 6d., to Niagara Falls, 42s. 
6d.,toBuffalo,4'5s.,to Toronto, 40s., to Hamilton, 42s. 6d. 

Champlain and St. Lawrence Railroad Office, 
W. A. Merry, secretary, 61 Commissioners st. — fare to 
St. Johns, .5s., to Rouse's Point, 7s. 6d., to New York, 
first class, 25s., second class, 17s. 6d., to Boston, first 
class, 40s. , second class, 30s. 

Eastern Townships Stage Office, Vosburgh's 
hotel, St. Paul st. — fare to Chambly, 3s. 9d., to Granby, 
lis. 3d., Sherbrooke, 23s. 9d. 

Lumber Merchant and Point Levi, Quebec Tow 
Boats, John Auld, agent, 191 St. Paul. 

Montreal and Qukbec Royal Mail Steam Boat 
Office, David Torrance, agent, St. Nicholas st. — usual 
cabin fare, I2s. 6d. to 15s. 

Montreal andNfsv York Railroad Office, John 
Farrow, superintendent, Bonaventure st. — first class fare 
to Lachine, Is. lO^d., second class, Is. 3d. 

This road will be opened to the Province line in the 
course of the present year. 

Ottawa Stage Line, in winter, S. Browning, agent, 
■Great St. James st. — usual fare to By town, 20s. to 258. 

QuEBKC Line, in winter, via St. Lawrence land At- 
lantic Railroad to Richmond, usual fare, 43s. 9d. 

Quebec Stage Office, in winter, by North Shore, 
J, R, Giroux, 2 St. Vincent st., fare to Qncber, 



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50s. — intermediate tlistances charged at the rate of lOrf. 
per league. 

Richelieu Navigation Company's Steamers, J. 
F. Sincennes, secretary, 37 Commissioners st. — cabin 
fare, to Sorel, 3s. 9d., to Chambly, 5s., to Berthier, 3s. 
9d. 

RUTLIkND AND BuRLINGTON RaILROAD LiNE, H. 

Barnes, agent, Custom house square — usual 1st class 
fare to Boston, 4-08., 2nd class, 30s., to New York, 1st 
class, 32s. 6d., to Troy, 1st class, 25s» 

Royal Mail Line of Steamers and Stages to 
Upper Canada, A. Milloy, agent, 40 McGill st. — usual 
cabin fare to C6teau du Lac, 8s. 9d., to Cornwall, 12s. 
6d., to Prescott, ]5s., to Brockville, 17s. 6d., to King- 
ston, 20s., to Cobourg or Port Hope, 30s., to Bowman- 
ville 35s., to Toronto, 40s.,to Niagara Falls, 42s. 6d., to 
Hamilton, 42s. 6d., to Buffalo, 45s.— stage fare in winter, 
toC6teau, 10s., to Cornwall, 13s. 9d., to Prescott, ISs., to 
Brockville, 17s. 6d., to Kingston, 35s., to Cobourg, 60s., 
to Toronto, 80s., to Hamilton, 90s, 

Southern and Western Railroad Lsne, Stephen 
Holt, agent. Custom hoyse square, usual fare to Saratoga 
Springs, 1st class, 22s., to Troy, 27s. 6d., to New York, 
30s., 2nd class, to New York, 20s,, to Schenectady, 
13s. 9d. 

St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad Office^ 
A. C. Webster, secretary, 18 Little St. James st. — fare, 
1st class, to St. Hyacinthe, 4s., to Richmond, lis. 3d. 

Tate's Daily Line of Steamers to Quebec, A. 
Gundlack,agent,61 Commissioners st. — usual cabin fare^ 
7s. 6d. to 10s. 

Through Line of Steamers, to Hamilton and 
Toronto, C.W., Office, 40 McGill st. — usual cabin farey 
to Hamilton, 42s, 6d., to Toronto, 40s., to Kingston,. 
20s. 

Vermont Central and Canada Railroad Line, 
60 Commissioners st. — W.|H. Howard, agent, usual 
fare to Boston, 40s , to New York, 47s. 6d., to Wor- 
cester, 40s., to Springfield, 378. 6d. 

STOVE MANUFACTURER. 
Babcock,M., 34 McGill. 



SUBSCnifiERS TO THE MONTREAL DIRECTORY. 329 






TALLOW CHANDLERS. 

M'Clellan, John, Wellington near the Canal. 
Mathew8Gn,John,& Son, Inspector. See Card, page 330. 
Megorian, James, St. Constant near Craig. 
Taylor & Patterson, Hermine near Lagauchetidre. 

TANNER. . 

ValoiS; Narcisse, 36 St. Antoine. 

TEA WAREHOUSE. 

Canton House, Samuel Cochran, 109 Notre Dame. See 
Card, page 331. 

TIN PLATE WORKERS. 

Dednam, T., 187 Notre Dame. 
Holmes, Samuel, 81 St. Paul. 
Prow«e, Ger rge F., 38 Great St. James. 
Woodbury, T. E., & Co., 10 McGill. 

TOBACCONISTS. 

Joseph, H., & Co., 144 St. Paul (wholetale). 
Kurczyn, N. P. M., 31 M'Gill. 
Levey, John, 115 Notre Dame. 
M'Key, Francis, 83 St. Paul. 
M'Key & Desroche, 126 St. Paul. 

TRUNK STORES. 

Dean, R., 154 Notre Dame. 
Hibbard, W. R., 113 St. Paul. 

TRUSS MANUFACTURER. 

Brown, John 0., 24 St. Genevieve. See Card. 

PATEWT TrIiSSEsT" 

The Subscriber continues to manufacture his Celebrated Patent 
Trusses, which have been fojind so universally successful in givipg 
relief to the afflicted, and the following agents are at all times 
prepared to furnish them, viz. : 

Alex. Urquhart, Montreal; S. J. Lyman & Co., do.; R. Birks, 
do. ; R. Trudeau, do. ; Dr. Smallwood, St. Martins ; Dr. Lawrence, 
St. Andrews; Dr. Fowler, Kingsey; Dr. Sturgeon, Okrendon; 
John Morris, St Th6r6se ; John Keenau, Three Rivers. 
Applications for agencies to be addressed to 

JOHN O. BROWN, 
24 St. Genevihe Street, Montreal, 
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LARD OIL MANUFACTORY, 

Inspector Street, Montreal. 

The attention of MERCHANTS, MACHINISTS, and 
the TRADE generally, is invited to the following 
ARTICLES, manufafctured by the Subscribers, viz : 



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COMMON, LIVERPOOL, PALE YELLOW, WHITE, 
CASTILE, CRANE'S LABOR J«AVING, CHEMICAL OLIVE 
OLD BROWN AND WHITE WINDSOR. VARIEGATED, 
ALMOND, SHAVING, RYPOPHAGAN, 

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PATENT WAX-EcoNOMiCAL, & free from Smoke or Smeli. 
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Improved Lard Oil, 

0/ the Finest Quality, and superior in many respects to either 

Olive or Spertn Oil. 

Unequalled by any hitherto used in the Province, the cheapest and 
best for Railroads. Steamboats, and all kinds of Machinery. 

—ALSO — 

Sperm, Olive, Solar Sperm, Seal, Whale, Cod and Tanners' Oil. 

The facilities for manufacturing possessed by the Subscribers 
from recent improvements in their Machinery, combined vt^iththe 
newest discoveries in the process of manufacture, enable them to 
offer superior advantages, both in price and quality to purchasers. 

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Notre Dame Street, Montreal, 
ESTABLISHED IN 1848, 

FOR THE EXCLUSIVE SALE OF 

€ta. Coffee, anh Cljacolate- 

THE SUBSCRIBER begs to call public attention to the 
fact, that he was the first to introduce into Canada the 
principle of paying exclusive attention to the selection 
and sale of the above named indispensable articles, at 
greatly reduced prices, from what had been usually paid 
for them, up to the period of his opening the CANTON 
HOUSE. 

He is constantly prepared to supply families with 

Half Chests, Boxes and Catties of Tea, 



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is still conducted, 

Country Merchants and Dealers 

Will find it their advantage to call, as they can here 
select their purchase in any quantity required, and from a 
Stock which contains a greater variety of Teas and 
Coffees, than can be found in any other Store in the 
City. 

SAMUEL COCHRAN, Pro/>//e^o;. 



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TYPE FOUNDRY. 
Palsgrave, C. T., corner St. Helen and Lemoine. 

vetehinarv surgeons. 

Mason, James, 40 St. Urbain. 
Maybell, J., Dorchester near St. Denus. 

WEIGHING MACHINE MANUFACTURER. 
Warren, D. H., 18 M'Gill. 

WINE MERCHANTS. 

Chapman, Henry, & Co., corner St. Sacrament and 

St. Alexis. 
Cochran, Samuel, 150 St. Paul. 
Lamothe, G., 1 1 St. Francois Xavier. 
Maitland,(E.) Tylee & Co., corner St. Francois Xavi£r 

and Hospital. 
Payne, Hamilton & Co., 184 Notre Dame. 
Seott, Gilbert, 2 Su Bacramenl. i»ee Card. 
Stuart, G. D., 154^ St. Paul. 
Torry, Clarke & Co., St. Eloi near St. Paul. 



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GILBEIIT SCOTT, 
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, 

2 ST. SACRAMENT STREET, 

Wines and Spirits of every description, Booth's London Gin, 
" Old Tom." Bass' East India Pale Ale, Edinburgh and London 
Strong Ales, Dublin and London Stout and Porter, Bottled Cider, 

Ac, <fec. 

AGENT FOB 

R. DUNLOP A SON, BREWERS, ALBANY, 
GEORGE GROVE, VARNISH MANUFACTURER, N. Y. 
Glue, Curled Hair, Sand Paper, Ac, Ac. 



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DIRECTORY 



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Public Ofllcers, Offices and Institutions, 

BANKS, INSURANCE COMPANIES, 

GENERAL STATISTICS OF THE CITY, 

Condensed from the Published Census Returns of 

1852. 



Number of Houses, .... 


7424 




of Families, 


9990 




ol Males, 


27586 




of Females. 


30129 




of French Canadians, 


26020 




of British Canadians, 


12494 




of English, Irish, and Scotch, 


17744 




of other Countries, 


1457 


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of Roman Catholics, . 


41466 


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of Protestants, 


16196 



Total population of the City, . 

CITY COUNCIL. 



57715 



His Worship the Mayor — Charles Wilson, Esq., Centre ward. 

East Ward — Alderman, F. Leclaire ; Councillors, Joseph Tiffin 
and R. Trudeau. 

St. Mary's Ward — AMerman, P. Lynch ; Councillors, Auslin 
Adams and Heniy Goyette. 

Centre Ward — Councillors, E. Thompson, M. Cuvillier and T. 
Mussen. 

St. Lewis Ward — Aldermen. J.B. Homier and J. Grenier ; Coun- 
cillor. Ls. Marchand. 



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West Ward — Aldermen, J. Leemiriiij and H. H. Whitney ; Coun- 
cillor, Henry Starnes. 

St. Jlnnh Ward — Councillors, A. McCambridge, P. Larkin and 
N. B. Corse. 

St. Antoine ITartZ— Aldermen, E. Atwater and 0. Frechette ; 
Councillor, N. Valois. 

St. James irarri— Councillors, J. A. Montreuil, P. Labelle and L. 
Bleau. 

St. Lawrence Ward — Alderman, J. Whitlaw ; Councillors, J. 
R. Bronsdon and Rollo Campbell. 

Officers — Hon. Joseph Bourret, city recorder; John P. Sexton, 
city clerk, and clerk of Recorder's court ; Edouard Demers, 
city treasurer ; James A. B. McGill, city surveyor ; Charles 
Glackmeyer, assistant city clerk ; George Harding, John Hig- 

fins and E. L. Ranson, assistants treasurer's otfice: Antoine 
I. Dupre, clerk water works ; J. Perrigo, inspector and chief 
engineer fire department; Thomas McOrath, chief of police; 
John McKercher, overseer of roads ; Joseph, A. Bourdon, clerk 
of Bonsecours market ; Olivier Loranger, assistant do.; John 
Abbot, clerk of St. Ann's market; Joseph Robillard, pound 
keeper, clerk of hay and cattle market, Viger square ; A. J. 
Joubert, bailiff and crier Recorder's court; John Piatt, assis- 
tant clerk Recorder's court ; W. H. McKenzie, assistant city 
surveyor; Thomas Somers, messenger; J, F. Pelletier, attor- 
nef ; William Rosb, and D. E. Papineau, notaries ; Maurice 
Eardly, clerk hay market; Antome Schwartz, assistant clerk ; 
Fjre.Leblanc, superintendent of water works; G.N. Gosselin, 
collector of water rates; A. Dorval, clerk St. Lawrence mar- 
ket ; T. Orsalie, clerk Papineau market. 

COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL. 

FiNANC«: — Alderman Leeming, Chairman; and Messrs. At- 
water, Whitney, Leclaire, Montreuil, Cuvillier and Starne«. 

RoADS : — Alderman Grenier, Chairman ; and Messrs. Lynch, 
Frechette, Leeming, McCambridge, Bronsdon and Bleau. 

Police: — Alderman Leclaire, Chairman ; and Messrs. Homier, 
Frechette, Whitlaw, Tiffin, Marchandand Campbell. 

Fire: — Councillor Bronsdon, Chairman ; and Messrs. McCam- 
bridge, Montreuil, Thompson, Corse, Marchand and Labelle. 

Water: — Alderman Atwater, Chairman ; and Messrs. Grenier, 
Leclaire, Whitlaw, Bronsdon, Trudeau and Valois. 

Market: — Alderman Homier, Chairman ; and Messrs. Lynch, 
Whitney, Frechette, Lcrkin, Valois and Bleau. 

Light :-«Alderman Whitlaw, Chairman ; and Messrs. Larkin, 
Bronsdon, Corse, Adams, Goyette, and Mussen. 

CityHajx : — Alderman Lynch, Chairmen • and JVIeBsrs. Homier, 
Leeming, Tiffin, Cuvillier, Campbell and Adams. 

HbiAXTH :-~-Councillor McCambridge, Chairman ; and Messrs. 
Lynch, Atwater, Trudeau, Starnes, Labelle and Mussen. 

LicEKSBs ' — Councillor .Montreuil, Chairman ; and Messrs. Lar- 
kin, Thompson, Valois, Campbell, Marchand and Goyettt*?. 



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FARES OF CABS AND CALECHES. 

8. (1. 

For conveying one or two persons from any one place to 
any other place, within the city limits, and returning', 
(provided the time occupied does not exceed half an 

hour,) . , la 

For every person over two 5d. each, extra. 

If the time exceeds half an hour. 

For the first hour, 2 

For each subsequent hour, 16 

And at the same rate for intermediate quarters of an hour: 
From Longueuil ferry to the Lachine railroad station, for 1 

or 2 persons, 1 3 

Do. do. do. do. for 3 or more persons, . . 1 lOJ 

FIRE ENGINES AND STATIONS. 

John Perrigo, chief engineer ; John Fletcher, Alexander Bertram, 
assistant engineers. 

1. Montreal, Dalhousie square, Captain John Short. 

2. Neptune, St. Mary st., Quebec Suburbs, Captain A. McNaugh- 
ton. 

3. Voltigeur, German st., Captain J. R. Tison. 

4. Hook and Ladder, Craig st., Captain A. Mcintosh. 

5. Queen, Wellington st., Griffintown, Capt. Alex. McDougall. 

6. Union, Hay market, Capt. N. B. Corse. 

7. Hero, St. Joseph st., St. Joseph Suburbs, Capt. M. Moses. 

8. Protector, Reserve Co., St. Lawrence hill, Capt. R. Ham- 
mond. 

9. Hook and Ladder, Queen square, Capt. A. Labelle. 
10. Hose, Craig st., Capt. O. Lepage. 

FIREMEN'S BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. 

Captain Moses, president ; Captains Hammond and Bertiam, 
vice-presidents; Capt. J. Fletcher, secretary; Lieut. Brouillet, 
assistant secretary; Capt. McNaughton, treasurer. 

MONTREAL POLICE. 

William Ermatinger, superintendent, inspector, and magistrate ; 
Thomas M'Grath, chief of police ; E. Flynn, deputy do. 
Magistrate's office, Court'house ; Chief's office, Bonsecours 
market. 



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JUDGES, LEGISLATIVE COUNCILLORS, AND MEM- 
BERS OF PARLIAMENT. 

USXTALLY RESIDENT IN MONTREAL. 

Aylwin, Hon. Thomas C, judge of Court of Queen's Bench, Bel- 
lerive, Current St. Mary. 

Badgley, Hon. William. .M. P. P. for City of Montreal. Dorches- 
ter west. 



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Bourret, Hon. Joseph, M. L. C, city recorder, 24 Little S . 
James. 

Bruneau, Hon. J. C, judge of the circuit court, Lagauchetidre 
near St. Denis. 

Cartier, George E., M. P. P. for Verch^res, 16 Notre Dame. 

Day, Hon. Charles D., judge of the superior court, C6te de 
Neiges. 

De Beauieu, Hon. G. R. S., M. L. C, 52 Notre Dame. 

Ferrie, Hon. Adam, M. L. C, Beaver hall square. 

Ferrier, Hon. James, M. L. C, 14 Alexander. 

Guy, Hon. Hypolite, judge of circuit court, Dorchester west. 

Leslie, Hon. James, M. L. C, Partenais off St. Mary. 

McCord, Hon. J. S., judge of circuit court, Cote des Neiges road. 

McGiir, Hon. Peter, M. L. C, 1 Portland place. 

Mondelet, Hon. Charles, judge of superior coiut, 2 Sydenham 
place. 

Morris, Hon. William, M. L. C, 18 Alexander. 

Quesnel, Hon. F. A., M. L. C, Dorchester west. 

RoUand, Hon. J. R., judge of court of Queen's Bench, Dorches- 
ter west. 

Smith, Hon. James, judge of superior court, off Sherbrooke. 

Vaufelson, Hon. George, judge of superior court, Beaver hall 
place. 

Viger, Hon. D. B., M. L. C, 7 Notre Dame. 

PUBLIC OFFICES AND INSTITUTIONS. 

Advocates' Library, Court house. 

Adjutant General of the Forces, 61 St. Lewis. 

Agricultural Society of Lower Canada, W. Evans, secretary, 25 

Notre Dame 
Bankrupt Court, Court house. 

Bank of Montreal, Alexander Simpson, cashier. Place d'Armes. 
Bank of British North America, D. Davidson, manager. Great 

St. James. 
Bank of Upper Canada, Joseph Wenham, agent, 47 Great St. 

James. 
Banque du Peuple, B. H. Lemoine, cashier. Great St. James. 
Barrack Master, W. H. Gray, Water. 

Board of Trade, Alexander Clerk, seeretary, 11 St. Sacrament. 
Board of Brokers, H. L. McDougall, secretary, 32 St. Fran5ois 

Xavier. 
British and Canadian School, John Minshall, C6t6. 
Champlain and St. Lawrence Railroad, W. A. Merry, secretary, 

61 Commissioners. 
Chief Engineer Fire Department, John Perrigo, City Hall, Bon- 

secours market. 
Chief of Police, Thomas McGrath, Bonsecours market. 
City Clerk, J. P. Sexton, City Hall, do. 

City Hall, Bonsecours market, St. Paul. 
City Bank, F. McCulloch, cashier, Place d'Armes. 
City and District Savings Bank, John Collins, actuary, 4 Great 

St. James. 



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€iiy Surveyor, James A. B. McGill, City Hall. 

City Treasurer, E. Demers, City Hall. 

Clerks of the Peace and Crown, Delisle and Brehaut, Court-house. 

Collector of Customs, Tancr^de Bouthillier, Custom-house. 

Collector of Canal Tolls, Alfred Gough, opposite Basin No. 1 on 

Lachine Canal. 
Commander of the Forces, Genl. Rowan, Dalhousie square. 
Commissary General, 53 Notre Dame. 
Commercial Bank of M. D., A. H. Campbell, cashier, 37 Great 

St. James. 
Commissioner of Police, W. Ermatinger, Court-house. 
Commissioners for the Harborof Montreal, John Glass, secretary, 

77 Common. 
Coroners of the District, Jones and Coursol, 18 St. Vincent, and 

Champ de Mars. 
Custom-house, Tancrtide Bouthillier, collector, St. Paul. 
Emigrant Office, A. Conlan, agent, near Canal basin. 
Gas Company, W. R. Falconer, manager, Gabriel near Ann. 
General Hospital, Dr. Reddy, house surgeon, Dorchester. 
Geological Survey Office, W. E. Logan, 5 St. Gabriel. 
Harbour Master, P. H. Morin, 77 Common. 
High School of Montreal, H. A. Howe, rector, Belmont, Beaver 

Hall. 
Hotel Dieu Hospital, St. Joseph st., east of the French Cathedral. 
Horticultural Society, J. Brown, secretary", 25 Notre Dame. 
Imperial Customs, R. H. Hamilton, comptroller, corner St. Ni- 
cholas and Commissioners. 
Indian Df j-. tment. Col. Napier, old Government-house. 
Inspector i s.ntals, 23^ Notre Dame. 
Inspection J >r and Pearl Ashes, E. M. Leprohon, John Dyde 

and J. ru. Major, College. 
Institute Canadian, Place d'Armes. 

Ladies' Benevolent Institution, Mrs. Ford, matron, 92 Mountain. 
McGill College, Rev. Dr. Leach, V. P., off Sherbrooke, near 

Union Avenue. 
Marriage Licenses, Arthur Ross, agent, 3 Molson terrace. 
Mayor of the City, Charles Wilson, City Hall. 
Mechanics' Institute, 46 Great St. James. 
Meicantile Library Association, 23 Great St. James. 
Merchants' Exchange Reading Room, Odd Fellows' Hall, Great 

St. James. 
Military Secretary, Major Rowan, Dalhousie square. 
Montreal Building Society, James Court, secretary, 5 Great St. 

James. 
Montreal Insurance Company, W. Murray, manager. Insurance 

Company's buildings, Great St. James. 
Montreal Mining Company, Insurance Company's buildings. 

Great St. James. 
Montreal Mutual Fire Insurance Company, P. L, Letourneux, 

secretary, St. Francois Xavier. 
Montreal Telegraph Company, O. S. Wood, superintendent. 13 

<treat St. .Tames. 

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Montreal and New York Kailroad. .Folin Furrow, setielary, Bo- 
Daveiiturr. 

Montreal Dispensary. ♦} St. Georg*-. 

Montreal Jail, Thomas M'Ginn. jailor, St, Mary. 

National School, Botisecours, near Champ de Marti. 

National Institute, 86 Notre Dame. 

Natural History Society, 10 Little St. James. 

Notarial Board. H. Lappare, secretary, St. Lawrence iiill. 

Ordnance Department, Water st., near the barracks. 

Tost Office, James Porteous, post-master, 15 Great St. James. 

Police Office, Thomas McGrath, chief. City Hall. 

Protestant Female Servant's Home, Mrs. Davidson, matron 
corner St. Charles Bairom6c and Lagaucheti6re. 

Protestant Orphan Asylvim. E. Cribb, St. Catherine, near Moun- 
tain. 

Prothohotary, Monk, Coffin andPapineau, Court-house. 

Quarter Master General, Durham place, St. Louis. 

Registrar of the County, G. H. Ryland; Deputy Registrar. 
Leon Doutre, okl Government-house. 

Revenue Inspectors, lor Division No. 1, D. S. Stuart, lor No. 2. 
Philip Durnford, 74 Notre Dame. 

Richelieu Navigation Company, J. F. Sincenms, secretary, 37 
Commissioners. 

Roman Catholic College, College near M'Gill. 

Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, (French,) west Notre Dame 
next Recollect Church. 

Roman Catholic Institute, Place d'Armes, 

Royal Engineers, Dalhousie square and St. Louis. 

Sheriff, Jonn Boston, Old Government house. 

St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad Company, A. C. Webster, 
secretary, 18 Little St. James. 

St. Lawrence School of Medicine, Lagauchetiere off St. Urbain. 

St. Patrick's Hospital, Dorchester west. 

St. Patrick's Orphan Asylum, adjoining St. Patrick's Church. 

Superintendent of Education, J. B. Meilleur, M. D., Govern- 
ment-house. 

Town Major, Colin McDonald, St. Lewis. 

Trinity House, James Holmes, registrar, 28 St. Francois Xavier. 

Turnpike Trustees, James Holmes, .secretary, 28 St. Francois 
Xavier. 

University of M'Gill College, Rev. W. T. Leach, D. C. L., act- 
ing principal, off Sherbrooke. 

University Lying-in Hospital, 45 St. Urbain. 

Water Police, Major Johnson, King near Common. 

Water Works, 28 Notre Dame. 

Wharfinger, W. M. Browne, 77 Common. 



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CLERGY, 

KOMAN CATHOLIC. 

Residing al the Bishop^'i Palace, Si. Denis and St. Catherine 

Streets. 

The Riiilit Rev. Isf. Bourget. Roman Catholic Bishop of >'on- 

trt>al. 
Tho Right Rev. J. C. Prince, Roman Catliolic Bishop of Marty- 

ropolis, and Coadjutor of Montreal. 
Revds. A. F. Truteau, G. V. and C. T., J. O. Par6. G. V. and 

C. T., secretary ; Revds. J. LaRocque, G. V. and C. T., 

T. Phimondon, Pr., A. Pinsonnault, V. Pilon, G. Huberdeau ; 

Rev. L. Z. Morean, assistant secretary; Kt. Hicks, E. C. 

Fabre, P. Leblaiic. 

Vicars General and Canons. 

Revds. F. Demers, A. Manseau, P. Arrhambanlt, 1. B. Kelly, 
P. Billaud^le, A. F. Truteau. 

Residing at the Seminary, Notre Dame Street. 

Revds. P. Billaudee, sup., J. B. Roupe, J. B. St. Pierre, R. 
Larr6, J. Arraud, L. Regourd, L. Villeneuve, A. Granjon, 
E. Picard, M. C. L. Bonnissant, A. Mercier, J. Aoiistin, 
L. P61issier, J. Connolly, C. J. Bavdey, J. F. Chanial, F. 
Daniel, H. Pr6vost, P. Dowd, P. McCullough, M. O'Brien, 
.1. Palatin, P. Murphy, vicars Messrs. A. Teillard and H. 
Lenoir, Messrs. N. Dufresne, D. M. L., J. A. Cuoq, 0. 
Tambareau, missionary of laJce of Two Mountains. 

St. Peter's Church. 

Rev. Fathers C. Leonard, J. B. Honorat, T. Fitzhenry. O. M. I. 

hxfirnuiry of St. Joseph's. 

Revds. J. B. Kelly, J. M. npllanger, F. X. Marcoux. A. T. 
■Lairarde. P. Lefebvre, 

Infirmanj of St. Jeroiiif. 
Rev. T. Fitzhenry, chaplain- 

Ecclesiastical Seminary. 

Revds. .L A. Bayle, I). Granet, A. L. liarbariri. 

Montreal College. 

Revds. A. Nercam, principal, J. Toupin, superintendent. P. P. 
Denis, L. L. Billion, J. J. Perrault, professors. 

St. Mary's College. 

Revds. Fathers F. Martin, superior, A. Havequcz, (/. Schneider. 
A. Larcher, T. Ouojlot, .1. Durshaller. P. Luiset. 



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PROTESTANT CLERGY. 

Fulford, Right Rev. Francis, D. D., Church of England, Bishop- 

of Montreal, Bellevue Terrace. 
Abbott, Rev. Joseph, Church of England, M'Gill College. 
Bethune, Rev. Johr, D. D. Church of England, 7 Beaver Hall 

terrdce. 
Bond, Rev. William, Church of England, Muir's buildings, Ste. 

Monique. 
Campbell, Rev. A. D., Church of England, Ste. Elizabeth, near 

Craig. 
Ellegood, Rev. Jacob, Church of England, 5 Portland place. 
Hutchinson, Rev. J. Church of England, west end of Craig. 
Irwin, Rev. John, Church of England, .5 Barclay place. 
Leach, Rev. W. T., D. C. L., Church of England, M'Gill 

College. 
Robertson, Rev. D., Church of England, Tecumseth terrace. 
Rogers, Rev. E. J., Church of England, Hocht-laga cro.ss. 
Mathieson, Rev. Dr., Church of Scotland, City Councillors. 
M'Gill, Rev. R., Church of Scotland, Pr(isde Villa place. 
Fraser, Rev. Donald, Free Church. 
Taylor, Rev. William, D. D., United Presbyterian, Lagauche- 

ti^re near St. George. 
M'Loud, Rev. J., American Presbyterian, M'Gill. 
Jenkins, Rev. John, Wesleyan, 47 St. Antoine 
Squire, Rev. William, Wesleyan, College near Dupr6. 
Spalding, Rev. A. F. Baptist, St. Monique. 
Wilkes, Rev. Henry, D. D., Congregationalist, head of BleHry. 
Davies, Rev. Dr., Baptist, 3 Sydenham place St. Antoine. 
Marling, Rev. F. H., Congregationalist, 3 St. Gabriel. 
Cordner, Rev. John, Unitarian, Beaver Hall place. 
Cyre, Rev. M., Congregationalist, St. Tht5r6se. 
De Sola, Rev. A., Jewish, 1 Pr6s de Ville place. 



CHURCHES AND HOURS OF DIVINE SER-^ 

VICE. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

French Cathedral. — High Ma^s — Morning at half past 9; Ves- 
pers at half past 2. in winter — at 3, in summer. 

Bonsecours Church. — Divine service — Morning and Afternoon^ 
as above. 

St. James Church. — Divine service — Morning and afternoon, as 
above. 

Saint Patrick's (Irish,) Lagaucheti^re street — Divine service — 
Morning and afternoon, as above. 

CHURCH OF ENGLAND, 

Christ Church Cathedral, Notre Dame street — Right Rev. Dr^ 
Fulford, Bishop, Rev. J. Bethune, D. D., rector. 

Divine service. — Morning at lOJ, afternoon at 3 ; for military at 
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Trinity Chapel, St. Paul street — Ilev . A. Digby Campbell, 

minister. 
Divine service — Morning at 11, and evening at 7 — Sunday school 

at 3 p. M. 
Saint Thomas'* Chapel, Quebec suburbs — Rev. John Irwin, 

minister. 
Divine service — Morning at 11, and evening at 7 — Sunday school 

at half-past 2. 
-S7. George's Chafjel, St. Joseph street — Rev* Dr. Learh and Rev. 

W. Bond. 
Divine service — Morning at 11, evening at 7. Sunday school at 

half-past 2. 
St. Ann's Chapel, Ann street, Griffintown — Rev. J. EllegcKwI. 

minister. 
Divine service — Morning at 11, evening at 7; Sunday school at 

half-past 2. 

SCOTCH PRESBYTERIAN. 

St. Andrcwh, Beaver Hall — Rev. Alexander Mathieson, D. D. 
Divine service — Morning a i 11, and afternoon at half-past 2 — 

Sunday school at 4 p. m. 
S/. PauVs, St. Helen street— Rev. R. M'Gill. 
Divine service — Morning at 11, and afternoon at half-past 2 — 

in winter at 7 — Sunday school at 9 a. m. 
Free Church — Rev, Donald Eraser, head of Cotf. 
Divine service — Morning at 11, evening at 7. 
Free Church, St. Gabriel street. 
Oivine service — Morning at 11, evening at half-past (^. 

UNITED SECESSION. 
Lagauchetiei :> street — Rev. W. Taylor, D. D. 
Divine service- -Morning at 11, afternoon at half-past 2— Sunday 
school at 4, end Bible class at 7 p. m. 

AMERICA:: ^^vi.^BYTERIA^. 
Haymarket — Rev. J. McLoud. 

Divine service — Morning at 11, afternoon at 3, and evening at 7, 
— Sunday school at 9 a. m., and half-past 1 p. m. 

WESLEYAN METHODIST. 

Rev. William Squire, (chairman of the district), Rev. John Jen- 
kins, and Rev. Mr. Dixon. 

St. James' Chapel, Great St. James. 

Divine service — Morning at half-past 10 — evening at half-past G 
— Sunday school at 9 a. m., and 2 p. m. 

St. Ann's Chapel, corner of Gabriel and Ann. 

Divine service and Sunday school, same hours as St. James' 
Chapel. 

St. Mary's Chapel, head of Montcalm near St. Mary. 

Divine service — same hours as St. James* Chapel. 

There are five other Sunday schools connected witli this society 
held in the different suburbs of the city — commencing at 2 
o'clock in the afternoon. 

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Kadegonde street. — Rev. H. Wilkes, D.D. 
Divine service — Morning at 11, evening at 7— Sunday school 

3. P M. 
Gosford street. — Rev. F. Marling. 
Divine service at 11 a. m., and evening at 7. 

BAPTIST. 
St. Helen street — Rev. A. F. Spalding, and Rev. Dr. Davies. 
Divine service — Morning at 11, evening at half-past 6 — Sunday 
school at 9 A. M. 

UNITARIAN. 
Lagauchetit^re street near the Haynnarket. — Rev. John Cordner. 
Divine service — Morning at 11, and evening 7J — Sunday school 
at 9 a. m. 

JEWS' SYNAGOGUE. 
Chenneville near Lagaucheti^re street — Rev. A. DeSola. 



NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 

ST. GEORGE'S SOCIETY. 

John Dyde, president; A. C. Webster, 1st vice-president ; James 
Holmes, 2nd vice-president ; H. H. Whitney, treasurer ; 
Alfred Phillips, secretary ; J. G. Shipway, assistant secre- 
tary ; Rev. Dr. Leach, Rev. W. Bond, chaplains; W. E. 
Scott, M. D., physician. 

ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY. 
James Gilmour, president ; John Rose, 1st vice-president; James 
Gordon, 2nd vice-president; John Armour, secretary; Alex. 
Morris, secretary; Alexander Simpson, treasurer; Rev. Dr. 
Mathieson, and Rev. R. McGill, chaplains; M. McCuUoch, 
M. D., and G. W. Campbell, M. D., physicians. 

ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY. 

Thomas Ryan, president; John Collins, 1st vice-president; 
Charles Curran, 2nd vice-president ; .John Phelan treasurer; 
Isidore Mallon, corresponding secretary ; Henry J. Clarke, 
recording secretary ; Rev. J. Connolly and the Clergy of St. 
Patrick's Church, chaplains ; Drs. MacDonnell and McGrath, 
physicians ; John McDonald, grand marshal ; George Groves 
and Patrick Gavin, assistant marshals. 

YOUNG MEN'S ST. PATRICK'S ASSOCIATION. 

W. C. Cogan, president; M. P. Ryan, 1st vice-president, L. 
Moore, 2nd vice-president; D. Lanigan, treasurer; Daniel 
Carey, secretary ; John Redmond, assistant secretary. 

MONTREAL GERMAN SOCIETY. 

Patron, His R. H. Prince Albert. — Officers, Henry Mever, 
president; J. P., Seybold, vice-president; Ernest Idler, 
treasurer; H. D. Crummenauer, recording and general 
secretary and auditor of accounts; Drs. F. C. T. Arnoldi, 
and S. B. Schmidt, physicians ; G. D. Perry» corresponding 
Kecretary and auditor of accounts. 



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ST. JEAN BAPTISTE SOCIETY. 

Duvernay, president; C. S. Cherrier, T. Peltier, V. Hudon, 
F. Perrin, vice-presidents; L. Betournay, J. Beaudry, N. G. 
Bourbonni^re, V. P. Dorion, secretaries ; B. Bellnnare, re- 
cording secretary ; J. R. Berthelot, corresponding secretary ; 
R. Trudeau, treasurer ; Dr. H. Peltier, physician ; Rev. M. 
Prevost, chaplain ; M. Desnoyers, marshal ; J. Grenier, 
assistant marshal. 



MEDICAL, SURGICAL, AND BENEVO- 
LENT. 

ST. LAWRENCE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. 

Situate on Lagauchetit e near St. Charles Barrom6e. 

F. C. T. Arnoldi, M. D., lecturer on midwifery and the diseases 
of women and children; R. L. MacDonnell, M. D., lecturer 
on surgery ; A. H. David, M. D., lecturer on practice of 
physic ; T. W. Jones, M. D., lecturer on anatomy ; G. D. 
Gibb, M. D., lecturer on institutes of medicine ; G. E. Fen- 
wick, M. D., lecturer on materia medica; R. P. Howard, 
M. D., lecturer on chemistry; H. Howard, M. R. C. S. L., 
lecturer on ophthalmic and aural surgery; Dr. Gibb, lecturer 
on comparative anatomy and zoology. 

Dr. Arnoldi, lec.ures on clinical surgery; Dr. David, lectures on 
clinical medicine. 

The winter course of lectures at this school commences on the 
1st Monday of November, and terminates in the last week 
of April each year, and a summer course is given during the 
months of May, June and July. 

MONTREAL SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY. 

Situate St. Urbain near Craig. 
Dr. Munro, lecturer on surgery ; Dr. Beaubien, lecturer on prac- 
tice of medicine ; Dr. Bibaud, lecturer on anatomy ; Dr. 
Peltier, lecturer on institutes of medicine ; Dr. Trudel, lec- 
turer on midwifery and diseases of children ; Dr. D'Orson- 
nens, lecturer on chemistry ; Dr. Boyer, lecturer on medical 
jurisprudence and clinical medicine ; Dr. Coderre, lecturer 
on materia medica ; Dr. Munro, lecturer on clinical surgery. 

COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, L. C. 

Governors — For the City of Montreal. — Dr. Nelson, Dr. Arnoldi, 
Dr. David, Dr. Holmes, Dr. Campbell, Dr. Sutherland, Dr. 
Hall, Dr. Peltier. For the Dittrict of Montreal. — Dr. 
Chamberlin, Dr. Valois, Dr. Kimber, Dr. Weilbrenner, Dr. 
Boutillier, Dr. Foster, Dr. Brigham. 

MONTREAL GENERAL HOSPITAL. 

S. Gerrard, president ; John Molson, vice-president ; Alexander 
Simpson, treasurer ; F. A. LaRocque, secretary. 

Committee of Management — ^John Redpath, chairman ; John 
Try, Thomas Molson, John Torrance, J. T. Barrett ; John 
Ready, house surgeon ; J. Sinclair, apothecary. 






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Consulting Physioiaks — Dr. Holmes, Dr. Hall, Dr. Bnineau. 

Attkndimg Physicians — G.W. Campbell, M. D., James Craw- 
ford, M. D., W. E. Scott, M. D., S. C. Sewell, M. D., W. 
Fraaer, M. D., F. C. T. Amoldi, M. D., R. P. Howaid, M.D. 

HOTEL DIEU HOSPITAL. 

St. Joseph street, opposite east side of the French Parish Church, 
Drs. Munro and Boyer, physicians. 

ST. PATRICK'S HOSPITAL. 

St. Antoine Suburbs. 

Roman Catholic Bishop of Montreal, patron, Rev. Mr. O'Brien, 
president. 

Committee of Management — George E. Clerk, chairman ; John 
Collins, treasurer; E. Larkin, secretary; 0. Curran, P. 
Brennan, P. Muldoon, John MacDonald, Alfred LaRocquo. 

Medical Staff — E. L. MacDonnell, M. D., Surgeon, and Lec- 
turer on Clinical Surgery ; A. H. David, M. D , Physician 
and Lecturer on Clinical Medicine; H. Howard, M. R. C. S. L., 
Ophthalmic and Aural Surgeon, and Clinical Lecturer on 
Ophthalmic and Aural Surgery; S. B. Schmidt, M. D., J. 
McGarth ,M. D., Attending Physicians and Surgeons. 

The Nuns of the Hotel Dieu, tjike care of the sick in this e.stab 
lishment 

ASYLUM FOR AGED AND INFIRM WOMEN. 

St. Catherine street. 

Mrs. Emeline Gamelin, directwss ; Mr«. Nowlan. treasurer ; Mrs. 
Tavernier, secretary. 

xMEDlCO CHIRURGICAL SOCIETY. 

Dr. MacDonnell, president ; Dr. Hall, vice-president ; Dr. Wright, 
second vice-president; Dr. Gibb, secretary; Dr. David, 
treasurer. 

PATHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

Dr. Gibb, president; Dr. Boyer, vice-president; Dr. Fenwick, 
secretary. " 

COMMISSIONERS FOR INSANE, FOUNDLINGS, & SICK. 

Jean Baptiste 0. Trestler, Hon. Joseph Bourret. and C. S. Rodier. 

MONTREAL DISPENSARY. 

Situated 6 St. George street, off Craig street. 

Attending Physicians — Dr. Peltier, Dr. Gibb, Dr. Wright, Dr. 
Howard, Dr. Fenwick, and Dr. Boyer. 

Open daily from 10^ to 12, A. M., Sundays excepted. Vaccina- 
tion daily performed. Disease of the Eye and Ear on Tues- 
days and Saturdays. 



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UNIVERSITY LYING-IN-HOSI'ITAL. 

46 St. Urbain street, 

Mrs. Lunn, Mrs. Fulford, Mrs, St. Real.directresses; Mrs. Durnfordi 
secretary ; Dr. M'CuUoch, physician ; B. Workman, regis- 
trar ; Mrs. Smith, resident midwife. 

INSTITUTION FOR THE TREATMENT OF DISEASES OP 
THE EYE AND EAR. 

Conducted by Henry Howard, M. R. C. S. 1^. 

Situated 6 Francois Xavier street. Subscribers of £l per annum 
have the privilege of recommending poor patients to the In- 
stitution. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC MAGDALENE ASYLUM. 

Situated in Sherbrooke st.. Cote A Baron, under the charge of the 
Religious Ladies of the Bon Pasteur. 

MONTREAL PROTESTANT MAGDALENE ASYLUM. 

St. Catherine street. 

Rev. J. Irwin, president ; D. Davidson, treasurer ; N. S. Frost o, 
secretary ; Miss Veitch, matron. 

LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

94 Mountain street. 

Mrs. Davidson and Mrs. Smith, directresses; Miss Winn, treas- 
urer ; Mrs. Hill, secretary; Dr. David, physician; Mrs. Ford, 
matron. 

PROTESTANT FEMALE SERVANT'S HOME. 

Corner St. Charles Barromee and Lagauchetiere streets. 
Ladies' Committee — Mrs. Ferrier, Mrs. Gibb, Miss Evans, Mrs. 
Davidson ; matron, Mrs. Davidson. 

PROTESTANT ORPHAN ASYLUM. 

St. Catherine near Mountain street. 
Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Moffatt, directresses ; Mrs. McCord, secretary ; 
Mrs. Tylee, treasurer ; Mrs. Cribb, matron ; E. Cribb, sup 'at. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC ORPHAN ASYLUM. 

Adjoining the Recollect Church. 
Mrs. D. B. Viger and Mrs. Arnoldi, directresses ; Mrs. Quesnel, 
treasurer; Mrs..LaRocque, secretary ; Mrs. Chalifoux, sup'dt. 

HIBERNIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 
John MuUin, president; P. Larkin, John Cassiday, vice-presi- 
dents; r. O'Meil, treasurer; D. Lanigan, assistant do.; F. 
Campion, L. Moore, secretaries. 



MERCANTILE AND LITERARY ASSOCIA- 
TIONS. 

HARBOR COMMISSIONERS. 
John Try, chairman ; John Young, Louis Marchand. John Glass, 
secretary ; W. M. Browne, wharfinger. Office 77 Common st. 



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S. Mage, J. M. Tobici, P. Lachapellu. IIu^li Taylor, W. J. Knox, 
Win. Kvans, P. Laportc. Jiinies HolmeH, bocrctary. Office 
•28 St Pran9oi8 Xavier at. 

BOARD OF TRADE. 
Commercial Chnmbern, St. Sacrammt atrert. 

Hugli Allen, president; Allen Gilmoiir, vice-presitlent ; D. L. 
McDougall, treasurer ; W. Muir, Jr., Henry feUirnoH, D. Muh- 
B«n, VV. Colquhoun, R. S. Tylee, S. Joiich, Janios Mitclioll, 
llenrj' Thomas, members of the council ; T. Ryan, David 
Torrance, T. R Anderr»on, Hew Ramsuy, James Law, Win. 
Edmonstone, John Greeofhields, Charles Bockus, F. Noad, 
Andrew Shaw, John Esdaile, Ira ClouUI, board of arbitration. 

Foreign Consult— J eH»e Joseph, St. Helen st,, Belgian; J. M. 
Tobin, St. Franfoifl Xavier st., Prusr^ian; Henry Chapman, 
St. Sacrament st, Sardinian and Hiinoverian. 

MERCHAlfT'S EXCHANGE AND READING ROOM. 

Odd Fellowa* Hall, Great St. James street. 

EsTABLisuED, Afbil, 1847. 

Incorporated by Act of Parliament. 

W. B. Cunningham, chairman; Wm. Muir, secretary; Archibald 
Macfarlanc, treasurer ; T. S. Hay ward, superintendent. 

BOARD OF BROKERS. 

Macdougall Brothers, T. M. Taylor, J. <b R. Esdaile, Chas. GeddeH. 
A. He ward, R. D. CoUis. H. L. Macdougall, secretary. 3*2 
Francois Xavier street. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 
Old Ootiemment House. 

Dr. J. B. Meillem-, superintendent ; L. Giard, secretary ; W. S. 

Williams, clerk. 
Catholic Board of Examiners — Rev. L. V. L. Villeneuve, Rev. 

A. F. Truteau, Rev. J. J. Connelly, Rev J. Larocque, Jacques 

Viger, P. J. Filliatrault, F. X. Valade, secretary. 
Pitetestant Board of Examiners — Rev. Dr. Mathieson, Rev. Dr. 

Wilkes, Rev, Dr. Leach, Rev. Dr. Davies, Rev. J. Flanagan, 

William Lunn, Samuel Phillips, secretary. 

MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

M. Baxter, president ; J. McPherson, vice-president ; J. W. Rit- 
chie, coiTesponding secretary ; R. Morri?, secretary ; W. 
Cumming, treasurer ; J. Davidson, superintendent 
Rooms, No. 33, Great St. James street. 

ADDISONIAN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. 

J. R. Spong, preeidcnt ; R. B. Noxon, J. Caine, vice-presidents ; 
A, Lalanne, secretary ; C. Drolet, treasurer. 



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Ptace d'Armrs. 

(iforgc K. Clpvk, prpsifU'iU ; Alfrc<l LaRorque, viccprcwilcnt ; 

.'aimiH Sndii* r. ircar<un'r ; Honmrd Duvlin, necrt'tary. 
M KCIIANICS' INSTITUTE. 
Office B('iin;rs, 1«52— II. HiilnuT, presidoiit ; C. P. LikM, lat vico 

presitlcnt ; .lamjH Hny?*, 2d vico-prcsidcnt ; Alex. Beitriim, 

.'id vice-president ; J. Fletcher, conespondinf; socrotary ; 11. 

Murray, recording Hccretnry ; J. A. B. Mc(Hll, trcaHurcr ; 

Daniel Cary, librarian and cabinet-keeper ; E. II. RichardHon, 

Miperintendeiit. 

RooniH. 46 Great St. James street. 

NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. 

S. C. Sewcll, M. P., nrCHident ; Rev. A, PeSola, vice-president ; 
II. Workman, 2a vice-president ; A. H. David, M. D., 3d vice- 
president ; Win. Sutherland, M. IX, coiresjwnding secretary , 
Josej)h T, Dutton. recording secretary ; O. D. Oibb, M. D. 
cabinet-keeper and librarian. 

Rooms, No. 10 Little St. James street. 

CANADIAN INSTITUTE. 

1*. Ulanchet, prc^idci't ; Joseph Guibord, Ist vice-president; L. 
Piche, 2d vice-president ; H. Fabre, recording secretary ; y, 
(/. Coursolles, assistant secretary ; M. Emery, corresponding 
secretary ; H. Betournay, treasurer ; E. Bibaud, librarian ; A. 
St. Armand, assistant librarian. Rooms Place d'Armes. 

UNIVERSITY OF McGlLL COLLEGE. 

Officeks of tuk Univeukitt and College — E. A. Meredith, 
L. L. B , principal ; Rev. W. T. Leach, D. C. L., vice-princi- 
pal and professor of divinity ; Rev. W, T. Leach, D. C. L., 
professor of classical literature ; W. Andrew, M. A., profes- 
sor of mathematics and natural philosophy ; Hon. "W. Badg- 
ley, law lecturer ; Rev. J. Abbott, A. M.. lecturer on history 
and geography ; T. Guerin, lecturer on mathematics, <fec., 
L. DeMontier, lectmer on French literature and language; A. 
F. Holmes, M. D., professor of medicine ; G. W. Campbell, 
M; D., lecturer on surgery; A. Hall, M. D., lecturer on 
materia medica ; M. McCulloch, M. D., lecturer on midwilery 
and diseases cf women and children ; J. Crawford, M. D., 
lecturer on clinical medicine and surgery ; S. C. Sewell, M. 
D., lecturer on clinical medicine and surgery : W. E. Scott, 
M. D., lecturer on forensic medicine ; W. Fraser, M. D., lec- 
turer on institutes of medicine ; W. Wright, M. D., demon- 
Htrator of anatomy ; 0. T. Bruneau, M. D., lecturer on ana- 
tomy; W. Sutherland, M. D., lecturer on chemistry; Rev. 
J. Abbott, M. A., bursar and secretary. 

The University Terms are as follows : — 

Michaelmas term begins im the liist Wednesday in September, 
;ind ends 80th December. 



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Lent term begins on the Wednesday nearest 7th January, and 
ends Saturday before Palm Sunday. Easter term begins on 
the Wednesday after Easter Sut^ay, and ends on the day 
after the Commencement Day, which is always the third 
Wednesday in June. The winter course of lectures by the 
medical faculty of this college commences annually on the 
first Monday of November, and terminates in the la.st week 

^" ' HIGH SCHOOL OF MONTREAL 

Belmont street. 

D. Davidson, treasurer ; H. Ramsay, honorary secretaiy ; H. A. 
How, rector; T. A. Gibson, second master ; M. DeMontier, 
French master; D. Rodger, writing master; J. FoUenue, 
music master; Rev. John Hutchinson, drawing master; C. 
Markgraf, German master. 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF LOWER CANADA. 

President — P. E. Leclere ; Vice-presidents, the Hon. P. DeBou- 
rherville, Hon. G. R, S. deBeaujeu, Hon. Adam Ferrie, Alfred 
Turgeon, G. P. Chagnon, and P. L. Letoume^tx. 

Executive Committee — The Hon. A. N. Morin, Major Camp- 
bell, John Yule and Alfred Pinsonneault. 

Finance Committee — The Hon. G. R. S. DeBeaujeu, Major 
Campbell, and P. L. Letourneux. 

Journal Committee — Alfred Pinsonneault, John Yulo, and P. L. 
Letourneux. 
William Evans, secretary and treasurer. 

Rooms, No 25 Notre Dame street. 

POST OFFICE. 

James Porteous, postmaster; Patrick W. Cooper, 1st. clerk; 
George E. Laughlin, 2nd clerk ; Robert Oliver, 3rd clerk ; 
B. M'Evenue, 4th clerk; Charles R. Huddell , 5th clerk ; J. C. 
Lilly, 6th clerk; J. Stevenson, 7th clerk; M. Emery, 8th clerk ; 
J. Simpson, 1st letter-carrier; M. Murphy, 2nd do; W. A. R. 
Huddell, 3rd letter carrier ; 

Office hours from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. ; on Sundays from 9 J to 
lOi A. M., and 4 to 5 p. M. 

ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF THE PRINCIPAL 
MAILS AT AND FROM THE MONTREAL POST OFFICE. 

QUEBEC, THREE RIVERS, AND INTERMEDIATE 
OFFICES, per Steamer. 

Arrives every Morning, excepting Mondays; Closes every 
Evening, at 6^^ o'clock, excepting Sundays. 

LAND MAIL TO QUEBEC. 

Arrives on Mondays. Thursdays, and Saturdays, in the morning ; 
Closes on Tuesdavs. Thursdavs. and Satindav.s. at 1 o'clock. 
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NOVA SCOTIA, NEW BRUXSWICK, &c. 

Arrives every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, in the Morning; 
Closes on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, at 6^, p. u. 

CANADA WEST. 

Arrives every Evening; Closes every Forenoon, at 11 o'clock, 
excepting Sundays, wlien the hour is 9.33, a. m. 

UNITED STATES. LAPRAIRIE, SAINT JOHNS, LA - 
COLLE, STOFFVILLE; kc. 

Arrives every Forenoon and Evening, excepting Sundays ; 
Closes every Aiternoon, at 1.30 o'clock, excepting Sundays. 

MELBOURNE, SHERBROOKE, SAINT HYACINTHE, ST» 
DENIS, ST. CHARLES, AND ST. HILAIRE. 

Arrives every Forenoon, excepting Sundays ; Closes every 
Afternoon, excepting Sundaj-s. at 2 o'clock. 

OTTAWA. 

Arrives every Evening, excepting Sundays ; Closes every Morning, 
excepting Sundays, at 7 o'clock. 
CHATEAUGUAY, BEAUHARNOIS, HUNTINGDON, &c. 
Arrives on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, in the Evening ; 
Closes every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 7 o'clock, 

A. M. 

TERREBONNE, NEW GLASGOW, &c. 

Arrives on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 2, P. m. ; 
Closes on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 9i, a. M. 

CHAMBLY, LONGUEUTL, ST. CESAIRE, &c., &c. 

Arrives every Forenoon, excepting Sundays ; Closes every After- 
noon, excepting Sundays, at 3 o'clock. 

CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. 

Impebiai. Branch — Robert H. Hamilton, comptroller ; Thom- 
as Thain, 1st assistant; H. Kavanagh, 2nd do. 

Provincial Branch — Tancrede Boulhillicr, collector ; Isidore 
Mallon, surveyor. 

Long Room — John Lewis, 1st clerk; ; 2nd clerk ; M. 

Desnoyers, 3rd clerk; W. Christopherson, extra clerk. 

Waterside— Toha Jordan, Lsl Laiulini; Waiter; Leon Glo- 
bensky, 2nd do ; Wni. Eden. 3rd do ; John Gray, 4th do : Francis 
Campion ; 1st clerk to Surveyor ; Robert Hampson, 2rid do do; 
Henry Fletcher, acting tide Surveyor. J. B, Routier, locker ; 
John Douglas, weigher and sampler ; W^m. Scholes, hou^e-keeper 
and messenger ; Thomas Btil, api)rai,ser ; Wm. MacNiuer, 
assistant do; and t-xamining warchousekeeper. 

TRINITY HOUSE. 

Robert Armour, master; ^^''illiam Bristow, dejiuty master ; 
William Edmonstone, warden ; John Try, warden ; Jame« 
Holmes, registrar and treasurer; P. 'I. Morin, harbour master j 
H. G. Thompson, deputy harbour muster. 

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PILOTS FOR THE RIVER ST. LAWRENCE ABOV/: 

QUEBEC. 

Pierre Pag6, Montreal ; Ambroise Paquet, Grondines; Joseph 
Paquet, Grondines ; Olivier Boudreau, Tliree Rivers; Zophirin 
Boiidreau, Three Rivers; Olivier Raymond, Montreal ; Edward 
Boudreau, Three Rivers ; Narcisse Boyer, Deschambault ; Joseph 
Boyer, Montreal,; On6sime Neau, William Henry; Augustin 
Mathon, Quebec ; Z6phirin INlayrand, Contreca-ur; Joseph Ma- 
thieu, Yaniaska ; Francis Dolbec, Ste. Anne Lap6rade; Olivier 
Labelle, Montreal; Amable Hamelin, Three Rivers; Alexander 

Trotlier, Grondines; Alexis Toutant, ; Thomas Dubord, 

Montreal; Chas. Ed. Hamelin, Champlain; Felix Hamelin, 
Montreal; Marcel Mathieu, Grondines; Fr. Ant. Mayrand, Ste. 
Anne Lap6rade ; Severe Belisle, Deschambault; Joseph Leveille, 
Batiscan ; Hector Hamelin, Montreal; David Hubert, Berthier ; 
Caleb Paquet, (irondines ; Jos. L. Dcssiirrau, Sorel ; L6andre 
Mayrand, Ste. Anne Laporade ; Hubert Lemai, Montreal. 



COURTS OF JUSTICE. 

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. 

Hon. Sir James Stuart, Bart., chief justice; Hons. J. R. Holland, 

Philippe Panet, Thos. C. Aylwin, judges. 
Criminal Court at Montreal, commences 14th March and 14th 

October. Court of Appeals at Montreal, 1st 1o 12th March, 

and 1st to 12th October. 
J. U Beaudry, clerk of court of appeals ; J. Von Exter, deputy 

clerk of do. 

SUPERIOR COUR'i', xMONTREAL. 

Hons. Charles D. Day , James Smith,Charles Mondelet, and (ieorge 
Vanfelson, judges. Terms 1st to 20th April, Sept. and Dec. 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 

Judges — District of Montreal — Hons. Hypolite Guy, J. S. 

M'Cord, and J. C. Bruneau. 
Terms — The last six Juridical days in (>ach month, except 

August. 
Jurisdiction up to £i)C , oiirrency. 

COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. 

'I'erms—lOth to imh January, 21st to 3()1h April, 10th to 19th 
July, and 21st to 30th October. Del isle and Brehaut, clerk 
of the peace. 

Ofkicf.rs of thk Law Courts, Montreal — John Boston, 
sheriff; George L. Kurc/yn, <lcputy sheriff; S. W. Monk, 
W. C. H. Coffin, L. J. A. Papineau, prothonotary superior 
court and clerk of circuit court, Montreal; John Honey, 
deputy prothonotary; George Pykc, deputy clerk circuit 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



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; Joseph 

Zd'phifin 

Edward 

t ; JosepFr 

Augustiii 

eph Ma- 

; Olivier 

ilexander 

Dubord, 

Hamelin, 

and, Ste. 

Leveille, 

Berthier ; 

L6andre 



Rolland, 

and 14th 
» March, 

deputy 



(»eorgp 
id Dec. 



J. 8. 
except 



o 1 9th 
, clerk 

Boston , 
Monk, 
peri or 
foney, 
circuit 



rourt; Joseph Jones, Charles J. Coursol, coroner; A. M. 
Delisle, clerk of the crown: Charles E. Schiller, deputy 
clerk of the crown ; A. M. Delisle, W. H. Brehaut, clerk of 
the peace ; Charles E. Srhiller, deputy clerk of the peace ; 
R. Dillon, French and Knirlish translator and interpreter; 
George Stanley, crier ; Thomas McGinn, gaoler; Benjamin 
Delisle, high constable. 

MONTREAL BAR. 
A. A. Dorion. batonnier ; Robert Mackay, syndi • ; J. J. Day, 

treasurer ; P. Richard LaFrenaye, secretary. 
Council — Come S. Cherrier, Q. C. ; George E. Cc.'-lier, T. Peltier, 

A. Cross, Henry Stuart, W. (i. Mack, A. Robertson. 

MONTREAL BOARD OF NOTARIES. 

Louis Lacoste, president ; H. Lappare, secretary ; D. E. Papineau, 
treasurer; C. E. Belle, syndic. 
Office, corner of Little St. James street and St. Lawrence hill. 

COUNTY REGISTRAR'S OFFICE. 
George H. Ryland, registrar; Leon Doutre, deputy do. ; Edward 



Meyer, ist clerk; S. C. Genand, 2nd do. 
ment House, west wing. 



Office, Govern- 



WATER POLICE. 

Major Johnston, superintendent and magistrate. Office, King st. 

MILITARY DEPARTMENTS. 

Lieut. General William Ro'..an, C. B., commander of the forces 

in Canada ; Captain A. F. Wetherall, rifle brigade, A. D. C. ; 

Captain Sir James Alexander, 14lh regiment, A. D. C. ; 

Major Rowan, military secretary; Lieut. Colonel W. J. 

D'tJrban, deputy quarter master general; Captain F. L. 

Ingall, deputy assistant quarter master general; Captain F. 

J. Griffin, deputy assistant adjutant general ; E,.sign V. 

Macdonald. town major. 
Clerks in the Military Secretary's Office. — Captain A. 

Bulger, 1st clerk; P. Lawlor, J. R. Sprong, R. G. Greig, 

E-. Roe, clerks. — Office, Dalhousie square. 
Clerks in the Adjutant (Jeneral's Office — William 

Wright, 1st clerk; George C. E. Colthurst, 2nd clerk; Wil- 
liam F. Grasett. 3rd clerk. Office, St. Lewis street. 
Clerks in thb (Quarter Master General's Office — 

William Rogers, Isl clerk; N. H.Hughes, 2nd clerk; Robert 

Berry, 3rd clerk. 

ROYAL ENGINEERS. 

Lieutenant Colonel Dixon, commanding; Major Stehelin, assistant 
commanding ; Lieutenant W. F. La nbert, Lieutenant Hon- 
orable J. J. Bury, Lienlenant Noble. 

Head Quarters, Civil Bkan( h — George Houghton, clerk of 
works; J. R. Pilkington, surveyor and (bailsman; Charles 
Walkem, surveyor and draft.sman ; J. Collard, foreman of 



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works ; James Ker, John Stevens, F. W. Lancaster, clerks ; 
James Eoberison, James Doran, officekeepers. 
MoKTREAL District Civil Branch — P. Hanlon, clerk of works, 
R. Ogden, foreman of works ; VV. P. Peter. iM. Shaw, clerks ; 
J. Fraser, olficekeeper. llead Quarters office, Dalhousie 
square ; District office, St. Lewis street. 

ROYAL ORDNANCE DEPART.^IENT. 

OJftre IVtiter street. 
James Sutton Elliot, storekeeper, W. H. Blenkarne, deputy 
storekeeper; Ed. Fayrer, J. Grci:^, Edward VVilgress, and 
G. F. Stephens, clerks; R. L. Penn, assistant clerk ; William 
H. Gray, barrack mi'ster. 

COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. 

W. H. Robinson, deputy commissary general, in charge of the 
department in Canada ; L. Routh, assistant commissary 
general, in charge ol the commissary general's office; G. J,. 
Webb, deputy assistant commissary general. 

Account Branch — T. Rae, A. C. G. ; W. H. Dalrymple, 
A. C. G., treasury clerk ; D. C. Napier, cash department; 
W. H. Ussher, D. A. C. G., provincial department. 

Local Office — H. B. Morse, A. C. G., in charge of district; 
P. J. Harris, in charge of local magazines ; J. M. Gaudet, 
and W. C. Rogers, treasury clerks. Office, 53 Notre Dame 
street. 



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INCORPORATED COMPANIES. 

MONTREAL MINING COMPANY. 

Incorporated by Act of Parliament. — Capital, £300,000 in shares 

of £3 each. 

Directors — Hon. James Ferrier, president ; Hon. George 
Moffiatt, Hon. A. N. INIorin, Luther H. Holton, G. W. Camp- 
bell, D. L. Macpherson, John Smith, and James Scott. 
INlOxNTREAL INSL'RANCE COMPANY. 

Hon. James Ferrier, president ; William Dow. vice-president. 

DiRKCTous — Hon. Adam Fcrrie, Stanley Bagg, Thomas Kay, 
Alexander Cross. John Torrance ; William 3Iurray, manager* 
Office, No. 9 Great St. James stieet. 

THE ST. LAWRENCE AND ATLANTIC RAIL-ROAD 

COMPANY. 

Board of Directors — A. T. Gait, president ; Wm. Molson^ 
vice-pre>idei)t ; H(.n. A. N. JMoriii, T. A. Stayner, Hon. P. 
M'Gill, Alfred LaRf>cque. Hon George Molfatt. Willirtm 
Workman, John Torrance, William Dow, George Desbarata, 
T. E. Campbell, Charles Wilson. A. C. Webster, treasurer ; 
C. S. Gzowski, chief engineer. Office, 18 Little St. James st. 

MONTREAL AND NEW YORK RAILROAD COMPANY. 
W. F. Coffin, president ; W. Molson, vice-president. 






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et, clerks ; 

k of works^ 

iw, clerks ; 

Dalhousie 



le, deputy 
!,'ress, and 
: ; William 



rge of the 
immissary 
fice ; G. J.. 

)alrymple, 

partment ; 

t. 

»f district ; 

[. Gaudet, 

otre Dame 



). 



in shares 

George 
V. Camp- 
>tt. 

ident. 
las Kay, 
manager,v 

10 AD 

Molson^ 

Hon. P. 

Willinna 

esbarats, 

easurer ; 

ames st. 

[PANY 



Directors — W. Murray, D. L. Macpherson, R. Anderson, John 
Torrance, T. A. Stayner, D. Finlayson, Thomas Ryan, Hon. 
James Ferrier, Alexander Simpson, Wm. Dow, John Farrow, 
superintendent and treasurer ; Office ixt the Depot, Bonaven- 
ture street. 

CHAMPLAIN AND ST. LAWRENCE RAILROAD COM- 
PANY. 

Office 61 Commissioners street, 

DiEECTORS — 13. Brewster, chairman ; Hori. Jolin Molson, John 
Carter, Hon. Charles Paine, A. M, Delisle, W. Lyman, 
Charles Phillips, W. Workman; W. A. Merry, clerk and 
secretary; R. Mills, accountant; A. H. Brainerd, superin- 
tendent. 

RICHELIEU NAVIGATION COMPANY. 

P. E. Leclerc, president; Louis Marchand, vice president; J. F. 
Sincermes, secretary and treasurer ; Office, 37 Commissioners 
street 

MONTREAL BUILDING SOCIETY. 

J.ames Court, secretary and treasurer. Office, Insurance build- 
ings. Great St. James street. 

CITY AND DISTRICT BUILDING SOCIETY. 

J, J. C. Abbott, secretary and treasuier. Office, 34 Little St. 
James street. 

NEW CITY GAS COMPANY. 

Board ok Directors — Hugh Allan, president ; Thomas Molson, 
vice-president ; Hon. Joseph Bourret, Hon. James Ferrier, 
J. W. A. R. Masson, Robert Anderson, Henry MulhoUand 
John Ostell. William Dow, Alexander Urquhart, Donald 
Stewart, Archibald Macfarlane, John Rose ; W. R. Falconer, 
manager ; Thomas Hunter, secretary ; E. Hausselman, col- 
lector. Office, Gabriel street, Griffintown. 

MONTREAL AND TROY TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, Great St. James Street. 
Hugh Allan, president. 
Rate for transmitting ten words to New York, 4s., each additional 

word, 3d. 
Rate for transmitting ton words to Boston, 3s. 6d., each additional 
word, 3d. 

MONTREAL TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, Great St. James Street. 
Directors — Hugh Allan, president ; John Redpath, James 
Logan, II. H. Whitney, Benja,min Hall. 0. S. Wood, super- 
intendent ; James Dakers, secretary. 

RATES. 

For the transmission and writing out of Ten Words, or less, 
^xcltifiive of the address and signature, 

i:f'2 



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V. ! 



For aaj diBtance Under 200 miles Is. 3d. and Id. 

Over 200 and under 400, 23. Od. and 2d. 

Over 400 and under 600 ... . 39. Od. and 3d. 

Over 600 83. 9d. and 4d. 

Payment in all cixses to be made in advance, and the Company 
Bot responsible for the inaccuracies of Operators. 

TABLE OF DISTANCES. 

Montreal to Cornwall 82 miles. 

" " Pre«c(»tt 131 " 

" " Brock ville 143 " 

" " Kin^^stot^ 199 " 

« " Beliovillc 258 " 

" Cobourj,' 304 " 

" Port Hope 311 " 

" " Oshawa 341 " 

" Toronto 376 " 

" Oakville 898 " 

" Hamilton 408 " 

" St. Catharines 446 '• 

" Queenston 461 " 

" Three liivers 90 " 

♦• " Quebec 180 " 



LODGES AND CLUBS. 

MASONIC. 

St. Paul's Lodge — Strachan Bethune, W. M. ; H. H. Whitney, 
treasurer ; A. H. Campbell, secretary. 

Zetland Lodge — J. C. McLachlan, W. M. ; W. M. Browne, trea- 
surer ; R. Ogdon, secretary. 

Victoria Royal Arch Chapter — J. G. Shipway, Z. ; J. White- 
law, treasurer. 

Elgin Lodge — D. Marlow, W. M. ; W. M, Browne, treasurer ; T. 
S. Sutherland, secretary. 

St. George's Lodge — J. G. Shipway, W. M. ; J. Whitelaw, 
treasurer ; A. W. Laird, secretary. 

Lodge OF Social and Military Virtues — W. Shepherd, WM . ; 
W. Robinson, treasurer ; R. Lovelace, secretary. 

Hon. Peter Al'Gill, superintendent of Royal Arch Masons for 
Canada. 

Sir Allan N. McNab, P. G. M. under Grand Lodge of Scotland. 

ODD FELLOWS. 

British order — Several Lodges, rooms 7 Great St. James. 
Canadian order— Several Lodges, rooms 43 Great St. James. 

Note. The officers of these orders are changed so frequently 
that it is not considered of much use to give the names. 



BANKS. 



355 



RECHABITE3. 
Several tents, rooms 1 Great St. James. 

RELIGIOUS AND TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

Baptist Missionary Society, R. M'Dougall, treasurer; William 
Muir, secretary. 

Canada Sunday iSchool Union, James Court, treasurer ; James 
Alilne, depositary. 

French Canadian Missionary Society, James Court, treasurer ; 
Rev. H. Wilkes, secretary. 

Incorporated Churcli Society, Right Rev. Bishop Fulford, chair- 
man ; T. 13. Anderson, treasurer ; Rev. E. J. Rogers, secre- 
tary. 

Ladies' Bible Association, Mrs. D. Torrance, treasurer ; Miss 
Lunn, secretary. 

Montreal Auxiliary Bible Society, D. Davidson, treasurer ; James 
Milne, depositary. 

Religious Tract Society, Henry Vennor, treasurer ; James Milne, 
depositary. 

Wesleyan Missionary Society, James Ferrier, jun., treasurer; 
Rev. C. de Wolfe, secretary. 

Wesleyan Sunday School Union, Hugh Mathewsoo, treasurer ; 
John Barry, secretary. 

Young Men's Christian Association, J. IJ. Winn, president ; 
E. T. Taylor, secretary. 

Ladies' Temperance Society. Mrs. Dougall, treasurer ; Mrs. 
Fro?te, secretary. ' 

Montreal Temperance Society, John Dougall, president ; H. Ben- 
son, treasurer. 

St. Patrick's Temperance Society, Rev. J. J. Connolly, presi- 
dent ; Charles Curran, treasurer. 

CURLING AND RIFLE CLUBS. 

Montreal Cublino Club — Lewis Auldjo, president; James 

Tyre, secretary and treasurer. 
Caledonia CuatixG Club— David Mackay president; David 

Bansley, treasurer; W^illiam Bird, secretary. 
Thistle Curling Club— Alexander Urquhart, president ; Thomas 

Cramp, treasurer : James Moir, secretary. 
Montreal Rifle Club — Joshua Bell, president; John Barry, 

treasurer ; Alexander Murray, secretary. 



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BANKS AND BANK AGENCIES. 

Hours of business at all the Banks, 10, a. m., to 3, p. m. 
BAx\K OF MONTREAL. 

Established in 1818. 

xkooapoaatrd bt an act of pbovinxial pabliauint. — capffal, 

£750,000. 

Head OJice, — Place d'Arme$. 



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UoARD OF D1RECTOK8 — The Hon. Petor McCiiU, president; T. 
B. Anderson, vice-president; James Logan, John Molson, 
John Rednatb, William Molson, H. Stephens, John Torrance, 
Hugh Allan, John Brooke, John Boston, Thomas Ryan, 
Henry Thomas. 

Offickrs — Alexander Simpson, cashier; James Bolton, cliief 
clerk ; T. Lee, inspector of branches and agencies ; R. Mil- 
roy, accountant ; J. Rae, 2nd accountant ; F. F. Blackader, 
3rd accountant ; Samuel Read, accountant bank note de- 
partment ; A. Cameron, accountant of branches and 
agencies ; C. J. Brown, 1st teller ; W. P. Street, 2nd 
teller ; John Porteous, 3rd teller ; Robert A. Lindsay, dis- 
count clerk ; F. Franklin, transfer clerk ; John Lloyd, as- 
sistant clerk ; J. N. Travers, exchange clerk ; H. B.JPicken, 
messenger ; J. Brennan, porter ; Thomas Tooke, porter. 

Frederick (iriffin, solicitor; John C. Griffin, notary. 

Discount Bays — Tuesdays and Fridays — Dividends — 1st June 
and 1st December. 

BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. 

INCORrORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER. — PAID IP CAPITAL, ONE MILLION 

STERLING. 

MoNTREAt Branch — Board of Local Directors — Hon. James 
Ferrier, J. B. Greenshields, Sir George Simpson, William 
Dow; David Davidson, manager; C. F. Smithers, accoun- 
tant; Thomas Paton, inspector of branches. 

Discount days — Wednesdays and Saturdays. 

CITY BANK ,— Place d'A rmcs. 

Directors — William Workman, president; William Lyman, 
vice-president; L. H. Holton, John Carter, W. Macdonnell. 

Officers — F. MaccuUoch, cashier ; Thomas Connolly, accoun- 
tant, P. Lesueur, paying teller; John Major, receiving teller ; 
J. L. Mathewson, Walter Ross, and John H. Birss, clerks; 
James Maclea, messenger. 

Discount days — Mondays and Thursdays. — Dividends — 1st June 
and 1st December. 

BANQUE DU PEVFLE,— Great St. James street. 

Directors — Hon. L. M. Viger, president ; Jacob DeWitt, vice- 

I (resident ; J. F. AUard, Hon. F. A, Quesnel, H. B. Smith, 
*. Jodoin, Alexis Sauvageau, A. E. Montmarquet, S. B. Bon- 
ner, J. Bruneau, H. Starnes, A. Prevost. 
Officers — B. H. Lemoine, cashier ; G. Peltier, accountant ; J. L. 
Brault, paying teller ; John James Morley, discount clerk ; 
J. E. Mailhoit, receiving teller ; E. Fournier assistant accoun- 
tant ; 0. Peltier, assistant discount clerk ; R. Terroux, clerk ; 
C. F. Papineau, notary ; Robert Turner, porter. 

MONTREAL SAVINGS BANK. 

At the Bank of Montreal, Place d' Annex. 

S. Gerrard, president ; J. Frothingham, vice-president ; John Ar- 
mour, secretary. Open every Monday, from 1 1 o'clock, a. m.- 
(o 1 o'clock p. M. 



sident; T. 
n Molson, 
1 Torrance, 
las Kyan, 

Iton, chief 
i ; R. Mil- 
3lacka(lpr, 
note (le- 
ches and 
reet, 2nd 
dsay, dis- 
Lloyd, as- 
B.jricken, 
e, porter. 

-1st June 



S MILLION 

n. James 

William 

, accoun- 



Lynian, 
•donnell. 

accoun- 
g teller ; 
, clerks j 

1st June 



tt, vice- 
Smith, 
B. Bon- 

', J. Ij. 

clerk ; 

accoun- 

clerk ; 



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A. M.- 



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CITY AND DISTRICT SAVINGS BANK. 
4 Great St. James street. 
Patuon — Hia Lordihip the Roman Catholic Bishof of Montreal 
Board of Directors — Alfred Larocque, president; Edwin Atwater, 
vice-president ; Hon. A. N. Morin, Hon. Joseph Bourret, 
H. Mulholland, L. H. IloUon, Henry Judah, A. M. Delisle, 
J. B. Siuitli. H. Starnos, John Collins, actuary. 
Deposits are received every day from 10 A. M., to 3 P. M. ; The 
Board of Directors meet regularly every Tuesday Evening. 

BANK AGENCIES. 

Bank of Upper Canaila, (Joseph Wenham, manager; E. T. Tay- 
lor, accountant ; E. Vennor, clerk ; George Goldie, assistant 
clerk ;) 47 Great St. James. 

Commercial Bank of the Miilland District, (A. H. Campbell, cas- 
hier ; J. V. Noel, accountant ; Thomas Kirby, teller ; W. F. 
Buchanan, clerk ;) 37 Great St. James. 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

AGENCIES OF ASSURANCE COMPANIES, <fec. 

iEtna, (Fire and Life) of Hartford, Robert Wood agent, 8 St. 
Fran9oi9 Xavier. Sec Card, page 868. 

Britannia, (Life,) of London, J. H. Maitland, agent, Place D'Armea. 
See Card, page 359. 

British America, (Fire, Life and Inland Marine,) William Ste- 
ward, manager, 33 Great St. James. See Card, page 863. 

Canada Life Assurance, Thomas Ramsay, agent, 27 St. Fran^oii 
Xavier. See Card, page 364. 

Church of England Life Assurance Co., London, Thomas Evans, 
agent, 197 St. Paul. 

Colonial Life Assurance, A. D. Parker, manager, 49 Great St. 
James. See Card, page 866. 

Connecticut Mutual Life Assurance Co., Robert Wood, agent, 8 
St. Francois Xavier, See Card, page 366. 

Equitable Fire Assurance Co., F. R. Starr, general agent. Great 
"St. James. See Card, page 368. 

Empire State Health Association, M. H. Gault, agent, Odd Fel- 
lows" Hall. 

Globe, Fire and Life of London, Ryan, Brothers tfe Co., agents. 
See Card, page 362. 

Globe, Fire and Life, Henry Chapman <fe Co., agents St. Sacra- 
ment. See Can!, page 362. 

Hartford. (Fire,) of Hartford, Robert Wood, agent, 8 St. Francois 
Xavier. See Card, page 366. 

Inlaml Marine Insurance Co., C. T. Palsgrave, agent, comer St. 
Helen and Lemoine. 

Lloyd's Agents. Henry Chapman <fe Co. See Card, page 863. 

The Liverpool and London Life and Fire Insurance Company, J. 
H. Maitland, agent, Place D' Amies. See Card, page'Sdt. 




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Montreal Assurance Company, William Murray, niaiiagor, Great 

St. Jam«M. 
Mutual Life Assurance Company of New York, M. II. Oault, agent. 

Odd FelloWH' Hall, Great St. James. 
Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Montn-al- -Directors — B. 

Brewster, president ; R ll. Fabrc, Jean Bruneaii, P. Jodoin, 

Joseph Grenier, A, LaRocque, Wm. Spiers, Hubert Par*'', N. 

Valois, — Officers — P. LeTounieux, secretary and treasurer ; 

T. Cherrier, assistant Treasurer ; A. lliclu'r, inspector. 
National Loan Fund, (Life and Annuity of I.nndnn,) F. R. Starr, 

general agent. Great St. James. See Card, pafje .'569. 
National Life Assurance Co., Montpelier, ^'erraollt, Wm. Lyman, 

general agent for Canada, 196 St. Paul st. 
North Western, (Fire & Marine), of Oswego, George Bent, agent, 

183 St. Paul. 
PhcBnix, (Fire,) of London, Gillespie, MoffattA Co., agents, 134 St. 

Paul. See Card, page 365. 
Protection, (Fire) of Hartford, Robert Wood, agent, 8 St. Francois 

Xavier st. Sec Card, page 367. 
Provincial Mutual and general Insurance Co., of U. C, Wm. Evans 

jun., agent, Cute St Paul. 
Provincial Marine and Fire Insurance Co., 0. Bockus, agent, 221 k 

St. Paul. 
Royal Fire and Life Assurance Co., H. L. Routh, agent. Water st. 

See Card, page 367. 
Union Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Boston, A. F. Sabine, agent. 

17 St. Francois Xavier st. 
United States Life Insurance Co., of New York, G. B. Muir, agent, 

Place d'Armes hill. 
Western Fire and Marine, M. H. Gault, agent, Odd Fellows' 

Hall. Great St. James. 



>ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY. 



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THE MTNA INSURANCE COMPANY of HARTKORn, Con- 
NKCTicuT, continues to INSURE against LOSS or J)A.MA(iE 
by FIRE, on terms as favourable as other institutions in this City. 

— ALSO, — 

To grant ASSURANCES upon LIVES on Terms exceedingly 
favourable to the Assured. 

The reputation this Company has obtained in a business of 
thirty years, is sufficient evidence of their liberality in adjustins 
and promptness in paying losses. 

ROBERT WOOD, Agent. 
No. 8 St. Francois Xavier Street, Montreal. 



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LIFIl ASSURANCE COMPANY 

No. 1 Prince's Strcetf Bmtky London. 

E««tablished, Aigust 1, 1837. 

CAPITAL— ONE MILLION STERLING. 



Empowered by Special Act of Parliament, 4 Vict. Chap. 9. 

DIRECTORS : 

Colonel Robert Alexander, Blackheath Park, Chairman, Willimu 
Marilf^ott, Ks(|., 14'.> Fenchurch street; George Cevington, Esji., 
Neckinger Mills, Berniondscy ; E. P. Cockerill, Esq., Siiiuhvell 
and Twickenham ; George Cohen, Esq., Shacklewell ; Millie 
Coventry, E^q., White Hart Court, Lombard street; John 
Drewett, Esq., 50 Cornhill; Erasmus Robert Foster, Esq., 1 
Prince's street Rank ; T. S. Girdler, Esq., 7 Tokenhouae Yard ; 
H. L. Smale, Esq., Doctors' Commons ; Standing Counsil. — 11. 
Bellenden Ker, Esq., 8 Old Square, Lincoln's Inn ; Solicitois. — 
Messrs. McLcod &, Stonning, 18 London street, Fenchurch street ; 
/iankcrs. — Messrs. Dimsdale, Drewett, Fowlers, and Barnard, 50 
Cornhill. 

ADVANTAGES OF THIS IHSTITUTION. 



HALF CREDIT RATES OP PREMIUM. 

Persons assured according to these rates are allowed crpdit for halt the 
amount of the first stven Annual Premiums, paying interest theron at the 
rate of Five per Cent, per Annum, with the option of payinf? oif the 
arrears of Proniiums, nt any time, or having the amount deducted from 
the sum assured when the Policy becomes a claim. 

FOR SECURING LOANS AND DEBTS. 

A Table adapted especially for the securing of Loans and Debts, by 
which the fullest security is obtained on very low, but gradually increas. 
ing. Premiums 

Policies revived, without the exaction of a fine, at any time within 
twelve months, if health remain unimpaired. 

Age ot the Assured in every case admitted in the Policy. 

Medical Attendants remunerated in all cases for their Reports. 

Extract from the Half Credit Rates of Premium, 

Annual Premium required for un Assurance of ^100, for the M'hpio 
Term of Life. 





Age. 


Half Premium for 
First Seven Years. 

.£ 8. d. 


Whole Premium 
After 7 Years. 








£ a d. 






3<) 


1 1 9 


2 3 6 






40 


1 9 2 


2 18 4 






50 


2 2 6 


4 5 






60 


3 6 8 


6 13 4 





June, 1S52. 



E. R. FOSTER, Resident Director. 

ANDREW FRANCIS, SecreUry. 

J. H. MAITLAND, 

General Agent for Montreal and Canada. 



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BRITANNIA 

MUTUAL L2?3 A2SeG:A?S9N, 

A'o. 1 Princess Street, Hank, London. 

Empowered by Her Mi^esty's Royal Letters Patent. 

DIUECTOUS: 

(Same as the Britannia Prnprifitnry Branch.) 

This Institution was originally eetahlishtHl iiiider a different 
title in the year 1839, on the plan of adniittini? the Assured to 
participate in four-fifths only of the profits; but the Society has 
since been remodelled so aa to become a htrictly " Mutual Associ- 
ation." 

The TPhole of the funds and property belong io, and are accu- 
mubated for the cxclu$)ivc benefit of the Assured. 

The profita are divided annually among the Policy -boldorg, and 
applied in reduction of the current year's premium ; thus constitu- 
ting, in eflFect, an immediate cash payment to the Assured. 

Half-credit Policies are granted on terms unusually favorable 
to the holders, — the amount for which credit is given being gradu- 
ally, liquidated out of the profits. 

Two Tables of Rates have been computed ; one entitling the 
Assured to participate , n the profits after payment of five annual 
premiums ; the other considerably lower, m which the period of 
participation is deferred two years longer : the premium ultimately 
payable by the Assured is, however, precisely the same, whichever 
Table of Rate? may in the first instance be selected. 

Oeneral Meetings of the Members are held annually -, to whom 
full and complete statements of the affairs and funds of the Society 
are submitted, and by whom the divisions of the profits are from 
time to time declared. 

At the Annual General Meeting held on the 27th April last, a 
dividend or 80 per Cent, upon the current years premium was 
awarded to all Members who had made the requisite number of 
payments on their respective Policies. 

By order of the Board of Directors, 
E. R. FOSTER, Resident Director, 
ANDREW FRANCIS, Secretary. 

London, May 1st, 1862. 

*^* The *' Britannia Mutual Life Association" ia altogether 
distinct from, and independent of. the Proprioiary Office trans- 
acting business under the name of the " Britannia Life Assurance 
Company." The only cormection between the two establish- 
ments is, that their affairs are conducted on the same premises 
and by the same officers, by which means the entire disburse- 
ments of the Mutual Association are reduced to a small per 
centage on the receipts. 

J. H. MAITLAND. 
General Agent for Montreal and Canada. 

June, 1862. 






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Liverpool & London Fire&Lifo Insuranco Company. 

HEAD OFFICES : 

Sand 10 Water Street, Livkrfool. 

2U und 21 Poultry, and 'J8 Itugeut Htrool, VVaterlDU riuce,-Loiioos. 
OFFICU IN M()NTU[:a L: CurDcr of I'laco d' Arnica and Nutre Dame St. 

Capital Two Millions Sterling, viz : 100,000 Shares at £20eaoh. 

KKSHONNIIIII.II'Y or HTIM?KH(>LltKKII IM.IMITKH 

Established, 183G,--Einpuwered by Act of Tarlianient. 

Crutftcri^ : 

Sir Thomas Bernard Birch, Bart., M. P., Adam Ilodgwn, Esq., S. II. 
Thompson, Esq. 

S9trrctar{{ {n ilibcrpaal! 

Chairman — William Nicol, Kh(}. 

Deputy Cliairincn — J, C. Ewart, Esq. ; J. Hornby, Esq. 

Thomoa Brocklebank, Esq. ; William Dixon, Esq. : William Earlo, 
Ewj. ; T. Steuart Gladstone, Esq, ; George Grant, Eaq. ; Francia 
Haywood, Esq. ; Robert lligj^'in, Esq. ; George Holt, Esq. ; 
John Hore, Es<i. ; Geo. H. Lawrence, Esq. ; Harold Littledale, 
Esq. ; John Marriot, Esq. ; Edward Moon, Esq. ; Lewiii 
Mozley, Esq. ; Joseph Shiply, Esq. ; H. Stolterfoht, Esq. ; 
John Swainson, Es«]. ; Secretary — Swinton Boult, Esq. 
fStrrctortf tii ItonHan : 

Chairman — William Ewart, Esq. ; M. P. 

Deputy Chairman — George Fred. Young, Esq. 

Secretary to the Company — Swinton Boult, Esq. 

Resident Secretary — Benjamin Henderson, Esq. 

Sir Wm. P. DeBathe, Bart. ; William Bro^v^, Esq.; M. P. Mat- 
thew Forster, Esq., M. P. ; Frederick Harrison, Esq. ; James 
Hartley, Esq. ; Ross D. Mangles, Esq., M. P. ; Hon. Frederick 
Ponsonby; John Ranking, Esq.; James M. Rossoter, Esq.; 
Seymour Teulon, E?q. 

23aiifter)$ : 
Bank of Liverpool. Union Bank of London. 

The Undersigned, formerly Agent of the Quebec Fire Assurance 
Company, and still Agent for the Britatinia Life Cmnpany, 
in (jflfering to take FIRE RISKS for the above-mentioned 
. flourishing Institution, feels it due to the Company he repre- 
sents, as well as to the Public, to make known its Resources 
and prospects. 

Capital and Besources. 

The amount of Capital subscribed, exceeds £1500,000 

Capital paid up, and in course of payment 1 97,197 10 

Accumulated Funds of the Company 346,972 4 9 

The liability of the Proprietors is declared £644,169 14 9 

by the Company's Acts of Parliament to be unlimited. 
It is also provided that all Premiums, which may be received on 
sale of the Unissued Shares in the Company, shall be carried 
to the credit of the Reserve Surplus Fund, and form part 
thereof; so that, as the £2 lOa. paid on each Share, now 
sells at £7 10s., this Reserve Fund is continually increasing, 
without taking into account accumulations from other sources; 

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and by the first Act of Parliament obtained by the Company 
it is expressly provided : " That it shall not be lawful for 
*' the said Company, or any persons on behalf of the said 
" Company, in any manner to stipulate, contract or agree, 
" with any person or persons, to limit or restrict the liability 
" of the Proprietors of the said Company, or any of them ;" 
80 that, in the unrestricted liability ot a large and wealthy 
Proprietory, and the readiness with which just rigl ts can be 
established in the event of their being questioned, the secu- 
rity which it affords is of the most undeniable kind. 

The subscriber is now prepared to effect Fire Insurance Risks on 
as favorab'e terras as any resp ctable Company doing busi- 
ness in Montreal. J. H. MAITLAND, 

Agent for the Liverpool and London Fire and Life Company, and 

Britannia Life Office. 

Insurance Losses promptly and liberally paid without reference to 
England. 

Agencies established at all the principal Cities and Towns in the 
Province, and also in the most flourishing villages in C. W, 

msm ^mmm mMfMM 

(Established 1$03.) 

FIRE, LIFE, AND ANNUITIES, 
CAPITAL £1,000,000 STERLING. 

All paid up and invested, thus affording to the Assured an im- 
mediate available fund, for the payment of the most extensive 
Losses. 

No person Insured in this Company, is liable to contribute 
towards the losses of others, as with Societies established on the 
principle of Mutual Insurance. 

The Undehsioned has authority to accept Fire and Life Risks 
in Canada for the above Company, on favorable terms, and to 
adjust claims without reference to tlie London Office. 

. HENRY CHAPMAN. 

Office, Commercial Chambers, St. Sacrament street. 

SUB-AGENTS. 
Hamilton, Josias Bray. I Kingston, Tliomas Briggs, jun. 

Toronto, J. W. Brent. j Quebec, H. Chapman &, Co. 

OF LONDON. 

PAID IIP CAPITAL £1,000,000 STERLIIVG. 

THE Undersigned CONTINUE to INSURE FIRE and LIFE 
RISKS, and to SETTLE LOSSES on advantageous terms. 

RYAN, BROTHERS & CO., Agents. 

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ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

THE COMPANY was chartered in 18.33,- Capital, One Hun 
dred Thousand Poumls, Forty-five Thousand Pounds of which 
has been paid up and invested at interest in tliis Province, (see 
AppetuUx to the Journals of the House of Assembly, in which a 
return of assets and liabilities of the Company arc inserted by 
authority). POLICIES for OCEAN RISKS, which are a trans- 
cript of those issued at Lloyds', are prepared under the Seal of 
the Company, and ready to be issued as soon as Insurance is 
effected. 

GOVERNOR :— The Hon. WILLIAM ALLAN. 
DEPUTY COVEUNOK:— GEORGE P. KIDOUT, M. P. P. 
TRUSTEES :— The Hon. .Iamks GounoN, Wm. Proldfoot. 
President Bank, U. C, F.sq., T. D. Harris, Esq. 

AGENTS : 

Messrs. Mack ay & Champion, No. 13 Austin Friars, London. 
Messrs. Allan, Gillkspie «fe Co., John Street, Liverjwol. 
William Ewing, Esq., Underwriter, Ac, Exchange, Glasgow. 

And at all the Ports and Places of Note in this and the adja 
cent Provinces, Agents are appointed or being appointed. 

OCEAN AND INLAND MARINE INSURANCE 

May be effected with the Company at the rates of Premium 
Current at Lloyd's, or the Leadmg Offices at Boston and New 
York, at the office of Fisuep. Lanolois, No. 37 St. Peter .Street, 
Quebec, and at the Company's Branch Office, No. 33 Great St. 
James Street, Montreal. 

VVM STEWARD, 

Manager. 

FIRE INSURANCE 

On first-class Buildings or their Contents, will be given at the 
lowest possible rates of Premium consistent with the safety of the 
Institution. 

June 22. 



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AGENTS FOR LLOYDS, 

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IMCORPORATF.D IlY ACT OF PARtUMKNT. 

Offices : 38 King Street, Jfamilton ; 27 St. Francois Xavier Street^ 

Hamilton.— Hugh C. Baker, Estj., President; John Young, Esq., Vice. 

President ; Thomas M. Sitnonsi, Esq., Secretary, 
MoNTHK^i. Board.— Hon. Jos. Boiirret, Chairman; J. G. McKenzie, Esq. 

Viee-Chairniaii ; W. Workman, Esq , George E Cartier, Esq., M. P , H. 

Karasay, Esq., Manager ; Solicitor.— L. T. Drumniond, M.P.P., Solicitor 

General; Medical Adviser.— A. Hall, Esq., M.U. ; T. Rarasay, Esq., Sec. 

This Company was organized in August, 1847, and bo successful 
has been its operations, and economical its management, tliat it 
has been enabled to declare at each ol' its Annual Meetings, Bon- 
uses to the a.^sured of sums ecjual to 18 and 25 per cent, of the 
amount of IVcmiums paid up. 

This l>eing the only native Institution for Life Assurance origin- 
ated ill the Province, and now ciuried into prosperous activity, it 
may safely lay claim to a large share of Colonial patronage. 

The following is an example of the rates of Premium demanded 
by this Company for the Assurance of £100, upon a single life, the 
Ubsured l>eing entitled to participate in the profits realised. 



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Semi-Annual 
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Thus, a party, ixgcd 25 years next birth day, may secure to hi* 
representatives X'l.dOO at his death, by the annual payment of 
jG18 18s. 4d., should he prefer to make payment by semi-annual 
or quarterly instalments, the lormtr would be jE*.) 15s. Od., and the 
latter jL5. 

Pro.spectusrd and Tubh's f.f llate.s, ttij^ether with every other infor- 
mation on th<! subject of /-ife Assurance nriy be obtained at the 
Compjiny'd Office here, or from any of t'lO following Agents for 
Canaiia East : — 

T. RAMSAY, i!i€c.rctary, Montreal Board. 
A(JENTH FOR LflW'.R CANADA. 

U. W. Welsh, Esq., Ciuehcc; Frank Fi'ish, Esq., St. Andrews; T. Hig- 
ginson, Esq., Hawkesbury ; U. B. toiuerville, Esq., Huntingdon, T. R. 
.Inbsi n, Esq , St. Johns; WlUiar. Ritchie, Esq., Sherbrooke ; F. Judd^ 
K»(i., Stanstead; Thomas Tait, t<q., Melbdiirno; L. V. Sicotte, Esq , St. 
Uyai'inthe; William Baker, Esq., Dunliam ; K. narrower, Esq., Williaiu 
Houry; John Robertson, Esq., Thren Rivers. 



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€t)t Colonial Stfe ^ssdurance €ompanp« 

GOVERNOR, 

The Right Honorable The Earl of Elgin and Kincardine, Gover- 
nor General of British North America. 

HEAD OFFICE,— Edinburgh. 
HEAD OFFICE FOR CANADA. 

MONTREiL, 49 GUCAT ST. JAMES STREET. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

THE HON. P. McGILL, Chairman. 
The Hon. Justice McCord, I B. H. Lemoine, Esq., 

The Hon. A. N. Morin, | J. O. Moffatt, Esq. 

Henry Starnes, Esq. 

MANAGER : 

A. DAVIDSON PARKER 

The Board in Montreal is invested with full powers to accept 
proposals putting the Company on the risk at once, without com 
municating with the Parent Board. 

This arrangement gives to the Colonial all the facilities of a 
Local Company and combines the additional advantage of ample 
Secnrity. 

The Company grants Assurances on the Half Credit System. 

A. DAVIDSON PARKER, 
Manager, Canada. 

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THIS COMPANY established its Agency in Canada in the year 
1804, and continues to insure property of every description ag- 
ainst loss or damage by Fire, at reasonable rates. 

Losses settled in the Country, without reference to the Board 
of Directors in London. The Company is composed of a numer- 
ous body of wealthy proprietors, who are individually liable to 
the full extent of their private fortunes, in addition to the invested 
'japital of the Company. No charge made for Policies. 

GILLESPIE, MOFFATT & Co, Agents for Canada. 
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MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

Incorporated by the Legislature of Connecticut, in 1846. 



GUARANTEE FUND AND ACCUMULATED PREMIUMS, 

ONE mUim AKD A HALF DOLLARS. 



THE CONNKCTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE- 
COMPANY is established upon the STRICTLY MUTUAL 
{SYSTEM and numbers more Ihnn 120(H) members. The Rates 
are as low as they can be made consistently with the salety ol 
the assured, and one half the Premium is paid by the note. The 
accumulated Premiums of the Company exceed $1,5()(),()00, and 
the profits annually divided to Policy holders have never yet beer 
less than 50 per cent, on the Premiums paid. 
Further information may be obtained from 

ROBERT WOOD, ^geni. 

No. 8 St. Francois Xa\ ier Street, Montreal. 



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THIS long established and well known INSTITUTION has 
transacted a most extensive Insurance business in the British North 
American Province^ and the United Slates. It has aimed to 
secure public confidence, by an honorable and faithful fulfilment 
of its contracts; and owners o/ property are assured that all fair 
claims for loss under policies, will be liberally adjusted, and 
promptly paid. Applications for Insurance are to bo nmde to 

ROBERT WOOD, Aaent. 
No. 8 St. Francois Xavicr Street, Montreal. 



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TWW "PH^TPlP^Tf All 

INSURANCE COMPANY 

OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, 

CONTINUES to INSURE HOUSES. STORES, MILLS, FAC 
TORIES, BAUNS. and Iheir CONTENTS, aiul all other de- 
scriptions of INSURABLE PROPERTY 

Against Loss or Damage by Fire. 

The Rates of Premium are the same as those of similar Institu- 
tions in this {'ity. and tiie course pursued in the adjustment ol 
Losses favourable to tlie Assuretl. 

ROBERT WOOD, Agent. 
No. 8St. FraiijoisXavier Street, Montreal. 



MONTREAL BRANCH 

OF TlIK 

ROTAL INSURANCE COMPANY 

ov 

CAPITAL-TWO MILLIONS STEBLIXG. 

THE undersigneil, Ap;ent for the above Company, will contlnuo 
to receive proposals for FIRE and LIFE iNSUliANCE, ond 
take the same on the most favourable terms. 

The large Capital of the Company, and influence of its l*ro- 
prietors, enables it to rank with any Office either in Europe or 
America as regards the advantages offered to the public. 

LOSSES SETTLED PROMPTLY, on satisfactory proof 
thereof, without reference to the Jioard in England. 

ALL ?ARTIES effecting LIFE INSURANCE on the Bonus 
system, with this Company, pri'iiioiis to the lat January next^ will 
participate in the PliOFITS to be declared on account of the 
Company's Life transactions to be made uu to the.') 1st December, 
1854, and which, from the very large proht* already made by the 
Company in this Hrnnch of their business, will show an im- 
mediate surplus to be divided amongst the assured. 

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(fSquitable jftre ins(urance Company 

CAPITAL £600^000 STERLING. 

BivtttatJi. 

T. L. MURRAY, Esq., Chaieman. 

W. A. Bennett, Esq., Hugh Croft, Esq., Ralph Gough, Esq, 

Sir Augustus W. Hillary, Bart, M. C. Maher, Esq., John Moss, Esq., 

John Rawwm, Esq., John Shaw, Esq., Edward S. Symes, E.sq., 

Clement Tabor, Esq., Augustus Vignc, Esq. 



W. S. B. WOOLHOUSE, Esq., F. R. A. S. etc. 

^ecretars. 

D. T. LYONS OLANCHY, Esq. 

ILacgX Bivttiavi at jaantre&l 

Office — 17 Geeat St. James Street. 
William Lunn, Esq., John Torrance, Esq., John Frothingham, 
Esq., Alfred LaRocque, Esq., Benjamin Holmes, Esq , Hon. 
William Morris, J. G. Mackenzie, Esq., E. R. Fabre, Esq., A. T. 
Ualt, Esq., Theodore Hart, Esq. 

General ^jsent, iS. fi. 9. CoIanteiE^, 
FREDERICK R. STARR. 

This Office insures agaicst Loss or Damage by Fire, all descrip 
tioDs of Buildings, including Mills and Manufactories, and the 
Goods, Waies and Merchandize in the same ; Ships in Harbour or 
in Dock ; Craft on Navigable Rivers and Canals, and the Goods 
laden in the same ; and Fanning Stock of all descriptions. 

The " Equitable' Fire OflSce will, by a constant analysis of its 
own experience from time to time, adopt such rates of Premiums 
as the nature of the risk may justify. 

With this view, an annual investigation will be made into each 
class of risk, and a return of one moiety — or fifty per cent — of the 
nett excess will be made to all classes of Insurers, whose Policies 
have been in force for three years. 

Tlie engagements of the "Equitable" uie guaranteed by a res- 
ponsible proprietary, and an ample subscribed Capital. The in- 
sured are free from the liabilities of a Mutual Insierance Society, 
and entitled, according to the plan of the Company, to a return 
of half the profits. 

Losses are made g(K>d without deduction or discount, and arc 
adjusted and paid in Montreal, withcut reference to London. 

Jiy a Resolution of the Court in London, the Premiums are 
Retained in Montreal to pay Losses and Accumulate a Fund of 
£10,000. 

THE LOCAL DIRECTORS MEET WEEKLY. Agents 
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NATIONAL LOAN FUND 

OF LONDDN. 



Inanporatcd and Empmvcred hj Act nf Parliament, 

A Savings' Bank for the Widow and the Orphan. 

OFFICES— 26 Coinhill, London. 

17 (ireal St. James Street, Montreal. 



Capital, £500,000 Sterling^. 

COURT OF DIRECTORS, LONDON. 



T. L. Murray. 

E. S. Symes. 

A. Vigne. 

Sir A. Knight, Bart, M. D. 

J. Elliotson, M. D., F. R. S. 

C. Tabor. 



H. Croft, 
S. Walker, 
J. RawsoTi, 
J. Thompson, 
W. Kenuaway, 
G. Fuller- 



LOCAL DIRECTORS AT MONTREAL. 



B. llolmep, Esq. 
A. LaRocquc, Ki^q. 
K. R. Fabre, Esq. 



William Limn, Esq. 
Rev. J. Flanagan. 



FREDERICK R. STARR, 

General Agent, B. N. A. Colonies 

PREMIUMS are as low as safety to the Office admits. 

Insurers under the Withdrawal Table, are entitled to borrow to 
the extent of one half their Annual Premium, without any respon- 
sibility or guarantee. Each Loan will be endorsed on the Policy, 
which is con.sequently not required to be lodged with the Society. 
Existing Policies will continue upon the former system, or may be 
converted into one of the new form. 

The Montreal Director? sign Policies under special power of 
Attorney from the Court of Directors in London, and thereby savo 
the expense of Stump Duty. 

Applicants arc not charged for Medical Examination. 

Thirty days allowed for payment of Preml.im after it falls due. 

Risks are accepted, Loans granted, and Losses paid by the 
Montreal Local Board, without referring to London. 

Pamphlets or Blanks may bo had at the Office in Montreal, or 
at the Agencies throughout the Province. 

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GUIDE TO THE STREETS OF THE CITY. 



Note. — In the followin{» Guide, Sherbrooke street is taken 
as the northern, and the River as the southern boundary of 
the city ; and the streets are described as running north, 
south) east, or west, as they lie in relation to those lines. 






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Acqueduct street, from the Canal, north to Dorchester 

street, St. Ann's, St. Joseph and St. Antoine suburbs. 

Albert place, on the corner of Lagauchetiere and St. 

Urbain streets, St. Lawrence suburb. 
Albert street, from Colbornu avenue to Gain street, Quebec 

suburb. 
Alexis street, from St. Sacrament street, north to Notre- 

Dame street, West ward. 
Alexander street, from Craig street, north to St. Catherine 

street, St. Lawrence suburb. 
Amherst street, from Water street, north to St. Catherine 

street, Quebec suburb. 
Ann street, from William street, south to the Canal, St. 

Ann's suburb. 
Aylmer street, from St. Catherine street, north to Sher- 
brooke street, St. Lawrence suburb. 
Barclay street, from St. Mary street, south to Water street, 

Quebec suburb. 
Barrack street, from St. Paul street, south to Water street, 

East ward. 
Basin street, fronts the Canal new upper basin. 
Beaver Hall Place and Terrace, from Lagauchetiere street, 

north to Dorchester street, St. Antoine suburb. 
Belmont street, off Beaver Hall terrace, St. Antoine sub. 
Berry lane, from St. Louis street, north to Perthiua street, 

East ward. 
Berthelot street, from Bleury street, west to Aylmer street 

St. Lawrence ward. 
Blache lane, between 71 and 73 Mountain street, St. An- 
toine suburb. 
Blake street, from Sydenham to Seaton street, Quebec sub. 
Bleury street, from Craig street, north to Sherbrooke street. 

St. Lawrence suburb. 
Bonaventure street, from 'Hayntiarket square, west to the 

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Uonsecuurs street, from St. Puul ulrcut, north to St. Denis 

street, East ward. 
Brock slroet, from St. Mary Htroet, nnnth to Water stroet. 

Quebec suburb. 
Burnet street, from Colborne avenue to (iaiii street, Quebec 

suburb. 
Burnside I'lace, from Union avenue to Monsfield street, 

St. Antoinu suburb. 
Brunswick street, from Belmont street, north to Dorchester 

Htreet, St. Antoiue suburb. 
Callieres street, from Foundling street, soutli to Common 

street. West ward. 
Campeau street, from St. Mary street, north to St. Andrew 

street, Quebec suburb. 
Canal street, fronts tJie Canal, south side, above the Wel- 
lington bridge. 
Canning street, from St. Joseph street, St. Joseph suburb. 

north to the city boundary. 
Capital street, from St. Francois Xavier street, east to St. 

Joseph street) West ward. 
Cathcart street, from University street, to Mansfield street, 

St. Autoine suburb. 
Catherine street, from Wellington, north to William street, 

St. Ann's suburb. 
Cemetery street, from St. Joseph street, north to the French 

Burying ground, St. Antoine suburb. 
Chaboillez street, from College street. North to Bonaven- 

ture street, Recollect suburb. 
Charles street, from Richmond place, north to Dorchester 

street, St. Antoine suburb. 
Champ de Mars (Parade ground,) between St. Gabriel 

and Sanguinet streets. 
Champ de Mars street, from the Champ de Mars, cast to 

Camneau street, Quebec suburb. 
Chenneville street, from Craig street, north to the Knglish 

Burying ground, St. Lawrence suburb. 
City Councillors street, from St. Catherine street, north to 

Sherbrooke street, St. Lawrence suburb. 
Colborne avenue, from St. Mary street, north to the city 

boundary, Quebec suburb. 
Colborne street, from Wellington street, north to William 

street, St. Ann's suburb. 
College street, from M'Gill street, west to Chaboillez street, 

Recollect suburb. 
Columbian street, south of the Canal, above the Welling- 
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Cornmissioners street, between Water ami Common streets, 
on the river side. 

Common street, from Commissioners street, corner of Cus- 
tom house square, facing the river, west to the Canal 
Basin. 

Cornwall Tf^rrace, on St. Denis street, between Lagauche- 
tiere and Dorchester streets. 

Cote street, from Craig street, north to I.agauohetiere street, 
St. Lawrence suburb. 

Craig street, from Camnean street, west to St. Antoine St. 

Dalhousie street, from VVilliam street, south to the Canal 
Basin, St. Ann's suburb. 

Dalhousie square, at the junction of Notre Dame, St. Paul 
and St. Mary streets, East ward. 

Desrivieres street, from St. Antoine street, south to Bo.ia- 
venture street, St. Antoine suburb. 

Devienne street, from St. Simeon street, east to St. Philip 
street, St. Lawrence suburb. 

Dorchester street, from Victoria road, west to the city boun- 
dary, St. Mary, St Lawrence and St. Antoine suburbs. 

Drummond street, from St. Catherine street, north to the 
city boundary, St. Antoine suburb. 

Dubord street, from Viger square, to Sanguinet street, St. 
Lewis ward. 

Dupre lane, from College street, north to St. Joseph street. 

Durham place, part of St. Lewis street, near Lacroix si. 

Durham street, from Lagauchetiere, north to St. Catherine 
street, Quebec suburb. 

Durocher street, from Sherbrooke street, north to the city 
boundary, St. Lawrence suburb. 

Edward lane, from St. Joseph street, to St. Antoine street, 
St. Antoine suburb. 

Eleanor street, from Gabriel street, north to William street, 
St. Ann's suburb. 

Elgin place, on the corner of Lagauchetiere and Sanguinet 
streets. 

Elizabeth street, from Colborne avenue to Gain street, Que- 
bec suburb. 

Ewerelta street, from Colborne avenue to Gain street, Que- 
bec suburb. 

Fortier street, from St. Lawrence to Sherbrooke street, St. 
Lawrence suburb. 

Fortification lane, from St. Gabriel street, west to the Hay- 
market. 

Foundling street, from Commissioners street, west toM'Gili 
street, West ward. 

Friponne street, from St, Paul to Water street, East ward. 



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Gabriel street, from Queen street, west to Colborne street, 

St. Ann's suburb. 
Gain street, from St. Mary street, north to St. C atherine 

street, Quebec suburb. 
George street, from William street, south to Common street, 

St. Ann's suburb. 
German street, from Craig street, north to Sherbrooko street, 

St. Lawrence suburb. 
Gosford street, from Notre Dame to C raig street. East ward. 
Graham street, from Colborne avenue to Gain street, Que- 
bec suburb. 
Grant street, from St. Mary street, south to Water street, 

Quebec suburb. 
Grey Nun street, from William street, south to Common 

street, St. Ann's suburb. 
Guy street, from the Canal, north to Dorchester street, St. 

Ann's, St. Joseph, and St. Antoine suburbs. 
Hanover street, from Belmont etreet, north to Dorchester 

street, St. Antoine suburb. 
Hanover Terrace, part of Bleury street. 
Hermine street, from Craig street, north to Lagauchetiere 

street, St. Lawrence suburb. 
Hospital street, from St. Francois Xavier street, west to St. 

Peter street. West ward. 
Huron street, from Colborne avenue to Gain street, Quebec 

suburb. 
Inspector street, from Bonaventure street, south to William 

street, Recollect suburb. 
Jacques Cartier square, from Notre Dame street, south to 

the River, East ward. 
Janvier street, from Mountain street, east to St. Francois 

street, St. Antoine suburb. 
Jure etieet, from St. Georee street, west to Radegonde 

street, St. Lawrence suburb. 
Kempt street, from Wellington street, north to Dorchester 

street, St. Joseph and St. Antoine suburbs. 
Kent street, from Colborne avenue, to Gain street, Quebec 

suburb. 
King street, from William street, south, to Common street, 

St. Ann's suburb. 
Lacroix st., from Water st., north to Perth ius st., Eastward. 
Lafrinnon street, from St. Paul street, to Water street. East 

ward. 
Lagauchetiere street, from St. Denis street, west to St. 

Genevieve street, St. Lawrence suburb, and east to 

Queen square, Quebec suburb. 
Latour street, off Radegonde street, St. Antoine suburb. 



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Lemoine street, from St. Peter street, west to M'Gill street. 

West ward. 
Longueuil lane, from St. Joseph street, south to College St., 

Recollect suburb. 
Mayor street, from Bleury street, west to Aylmer street, 

St. Lawrence ward. 
Mansfield street, from Si. Catherine street, north to Sher- 

brooke street, St. Antoine suburb. 
Margaret street, from Bonaventuro street, north to the city 

boundary, St. Antoine subu.b. 
Metcalfe street, from St. Catherine street, north to Sher- 

brooke street, St. Antoine suburb. 
M'Cord street, from Wellington street, north to St. Joseph 

street, St. Ann's suburb. 
M'Gill College aveuue, from Cathcart street, north to Sher- 

brooke street, St. Antoine suburb. 
M^Gill street, from Craig street, south to Common street, 

West ward. 
Mignoune street, from St. Charles Barromee street, east to 

St. Andre street, St. Lawrence suburb. 
Molson Place and Molson Terrace, in rear of St. Thomas* 

Church, off St. Mary street. 
Monarque street, from Queen square, south to Water st., 

Quebec suburb. 
Montcalm street, from Water street, north to Lagauchetiera 

street, Quebec suburb. 
Mountain street, from St. Joseph street, north to Sherbrooke 

street, St. Joseph and St. Antoine suburbs. 
Mountain Terrace, part of Mountain street. 
Nazareth street, from William street, south to Common St., 

St. Ann's suburb. 
Nelson street, from Colborne avenue to Gain street, Quebec 

suburb. 
Notre Dame street, from Dalhousie square, west to M'Gill 

• street. 
Olier street, from M'Cord street to Richmond street. St. 

Ann's suburb. 
Ontario street, from Colborne avenue to Gain striset, Que- 
bec suburb. 
Panet street, from Water street, north to the city boundary, 

Quebec suburb. 
Partenais street, from St. Mary street, north to the city 

boundary, Quebec suburb. 
Peel street, from St. Catherine street, north to Sherbrooke 

street, St. Antoine suburb. 
Perthius street, from Berry lane, east to Campeau street, 

East ward. 



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Phillips' square, head of Beaver hall place. 

Phillip street, from Dorchester street, north to St. Catherine 

street, St. Lawrence suburb. 
Place d'Armes, off Notre Dame street, opposite the French 

Cathedral. 
Poet street, from Colborne avenue to Gain street, Quebec 

suburb. 
Port street, from Foundling street, south to Common street. 

West ward. 
Portland Place, part of St. Antoine street. 
Queen street, from William street, south to Common street. 

St. Ann's suburb. 
Queen square, between St. Mary street and Victoria road, 

Quebec suburb. 
Radegonde street, from Craig street, north to Lagauchetiere 

street, St. Lawrence suburb. 
Recollect street, from St. Peter street, west to M'Gill street, 

West ward. 
Richmond street, from the Canal, north to Richmond square, 

St. Ann's, St. Joseph, and St. Antoine suburbs. 
Richmond square, at the head of Richmond street, St. 

Antoine street. 
Robert street, from C olborne avenue to Gain street, Quebec 

suburb. 
Rodney street, from Colborne avenue to Gain street, Quebec 

suburb. 
Roy lane, from St. Joseph street to St. Antoine street, St. 

Antoine ward. 
Salaberry street, from Water street, north to Lagauchetiere 

street, Quebec suburb. 
Sanguinet street, from Craig street, north to Sherbrooke 

street, St. Lawrence suburb. 
Seigneurs street, from the Canal, north to Dorchester street, 

St. Ann's, St. Joseph, and St. Antoine suburbs. 
Seaton street, from Lagauchetiere street, north to St. Ca- 
therine street, Quebec suburb. 
Seminary street, from the Canal to McCord St., Griffintown. 
Stanley street, 1st, from Dorchester street, north to Sher- 
brooke street, St. Antoine suburb. 
Stanley street, 2nd, from Colborne avenue to Gain street, 

Quebec suburb. 
St. Adolphus street, from St. Mary street, north to Lagau* 

ohetiere street, Quebec suburb. 
St. Alexander street, from Craig street, north to the city 

boundary, St. Lawrence suburb. 
St. Amable lane, from St. Vincent street, east to Jacques 

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St. Andre street, from Campeau street, north to the city 
boundary, St. James' ward. 

St. Antoine street, from Bonaventure and Craig streets, 
west to the city boundary. 

St. Augustin street, from Basin street to M'Cord street, St. 
Ann's suburb. 

St. Bernard street, from Bleury street, west to St. Alexan- 
der street, St. Lawrence suburb. 

St. Bridget street, south of the Canal, above the Welling- 
ton bridge. 

St. Catherine street, from Mountain street, east to Victoria 
road, St. Antoine, St. Lawrence, and Quebec suburbs. 

St. Charles Barroraee street, from Craig street, north to 
Sherbrooke street, St. Lawrence suburb. 

St. Claude street, from Notre Dame street, south to Water 
street, East ward. 

St. Constant street, from Craig street, north to Sherbrooke 
street, St. Lawrence suburb. 

St. Denis street, from Bonsecours street, north to the city 
boundary, St. Lewis suburb. 

St. Dominique street, from Craig street, north to Sherbrooke 
street, St. Lawrence suburb. 

St. Edward street, from Bleury street, west to St. Alexan- 
der street, St. Lawrence suburb. 

St. Elizabeth street, from Craig street, north to Sherbrooke 
street, St. Lawrence suburb. 

St. Eloi street, from St. Sacrament street, south to St. Paul 
street. West ward. 

St. Etienne street, south of the Canal, above the Welling- 
ton bridge. 

St. Francois street, from St. Antoine St., north to the city 
boundary, St. Antoine suburb. 

St. Francois Xavier street, from Great St. James street, 
south to Foundling street. West ward. 

St. Gabriel street, from Commissioners street, north to 
Craig street. East ward. 

St. George street, from Craig street, north to Dorchester 
street, St. Lawrence suburb. 

St. Genevieve street, from St. Antoine street, north to St. 
Antoine street, St. Antoine suburb. 

St. Germain street, from Bleury street, west to St. Alexan- 
der street, St. Lawrence suburb. 

St. Helen street, 1st, from Notre Dame street, south to Le- 
moine street. West ward. 

St. Helen street, 2nd, from St. Mary street, north to the 
city boundary, Quebec suburb. 

St. Henry street, from St. Joseph street, south to College 
street. Recollect suburb. 



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JSt. Hubert street, from Craig street, north to Mignonne st., 
St. James' ward. 

St. Ignace street, from Water street, north to Lagauchetiere 
street, Quebec suburb. 

St. James (Great) street, from Place d'Arraes, west to 
M'Gill street, West ward. 

St. James (Little) street, from Place d'Armes, east to St. 
Gabriel street, Centre ward. 

St. Jean Baptiste street, from Notre Dame street, south to 
St. Paul street. Centre ward. 

St. John street, from Notre Dame street, south to St. Sa- 
crament street, West ward. 

St. Joseph street, 1st, from Commissioners street, north to 
Craig street. Centre ward. 

St. Joseph street, 2nd, from M'Gill street, west to the city 
boundary, St. Joseph suburb. 

St. Lambert street, from Notre Dame street, north to Craig 
street, Centre ward. 

St. Lawrence street, from Craig street, north to the city 
boundary, St. Lawrence suburb. 

St. Lewis street, from Sauguinet street, east to Campeau 
street. East ward. 

St. Mary street, from Dalhousie square, east to the city 
boundary, Quebec suburb. 

St. Maurice street, from M'Gill street, west to Chaboillez 
street, Recollect suburb. 

St. Monique street, from St. Antoine street, north to M 'Gill's 
farm, St. Antoine suburb. 

St. Nicholas street, from St. Sacrament street, south to St. 
Paul street. West ward. 

St. Nicholas Tolentin street, from Water street, north to 
Lagauchetiere street, Quebec suburb. 

St. Paul street, from Dalhousie square, west to M'Gill st. 

St. Patrick street, south of the Canal, above the Welling- 
ton bridge. 

St. Peter street, from Craig street, south to Foundling st.. 
West ward. 

St. Sacrament street, from St. Francois Xavier street, west 
to St. Peter street. West ward. 

St. Simeon street, from Dorchester street, north to St. Ca- 
therine street, St. Lawrence suburb. 

St. Th§rese street, from St. Grabriel street, east to St. Vin- 
cent street, East ward. 

St. Urbain street, from Craig street, north to St. Catherine 
street, St". Lawrence suburb. 

St. Vincent street, from Notre Dame street, south to St. 
Paul street. East ward. 



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Sydeiiliam street, from Lagauchetiere street, north to St. 

Catherine street, Quebec suburb. 
Sydenham Place, part of St. Antoine street. 
Tecumseth Terrace, part of Bleury street. 
Union avenue, from Dorchester street, north to Sherbrooke 

street, St. Atitoine suburb. 
University street, from Dorchester street, north to Slier- 

brooke street, St. Antoine suburb. 
Valiee street, from St. Simeon street, east to St. Phillip 

street, St. Lawrence suburb. 
Victoria road, from Queen square, north to the city boun- 
dary, Quebec suburb. 
Victoria street, from Cathcari street, north to Sherbrooke 

street, St. Antoine suburb. 
Victoria Terrace, part of Sherbrooke street. 
Viger square, on St. Denis street, near St. Lewis street. 
Visitation street, from St. Mary street, north to the city 

boundary, Quebec suburb. 
Vitre street, from Bleury street, east to Viger square, St. 

Denis street, St. Lawrence suburb. 
Voltigeurs street, from Water street, north to Lagauchetiere 

street, Quebec suburb. 
Water street, from Commissioners street, east to the city 

boundary, on the river side. 
Waverly Terrace, part of Bleury street. 
Wellington street, from Grey Nun street, west to the city 

boundary, St. Ann's suburb. 
William street, from M'Gill street, west to the city boun- 
dary, St. Ann's suburb. 
Wolfe street, from St. Mary street, north to Lagauchetiere 

street, Quebec suburb. 
Woodyard street, from St. Paul street, south to Water St., 
Youville street, from Common street west, to Grey Nun 

Street, West ward. 



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