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AOVERIISINa BIREOIORT. 



PROVISION for OLD AGE,— or for HEIRS and DEPENDANTS, and a 
PROFITABLE INVESTMENT for money. 

iavmHtb 1838, anb ^mpofomb bg ^opl Algatttt mib ^ of |8rliimunt. 

Head Office for Canada :—Moiitreal~Place D'Armes. 

DIRECTORS : 
DAVID TORRANCE, Esq., of Hesirs. D. Torrance k Co. 
GEORQE MOFFATT, Jun., Esq., of Messrs. Gillespie, Moffatt It Co. 
ALEXANDER MORRIS, Esq., M.P.P., Barrister, Perth. 
Thh HON. G. E. OARTIER, M.P.P., Advocate. 
THOMAS KIRBT, Esq., Manager Commercial Bank of Canada. 
PETER REDPATH, Esq., of Messrs. John Redpath & Son. 
MEDICAL OFFICERr-Vi. PALMER HOWARD, Esq., M.D. 
SECRETARY— V. WARDLAW. 



While afifording all the advantages and facilities usual with other Offices, 
this Institution possesses SPECIAL and ATTRACTIVE features peculiar to itself, 
and it has largely contributed to the extension of Life Assurance Uiroughout the 
whole of Great Britain t: '^ Ireland, at well as British North America. 

DURING THE TWLl^ET-SEVEN TEARS of its operations, the Association 
has been among the most successful of the Life Offices, and few of them during 
the last ten or twelve years have attracted so many Entrants. 

The POLJOIBS now in force amount to nearly....;..; £6,000,000 St«. 

POLICIES on laves deceased, and paid by the Association, amount to upwards of 662,068 " 
PROEITS alreao^ Distributed in Cash to the Policy-holders during their Lives 260,000 " 

ACCUMULATED FUND Reserved on hand as at 5th April last, was 945,066 " 

Total ANNUAL INCOMEJrom Premiums and Interest on Investments, is now 290,857 " 
The EMINENT USEFULNESS of the Institution is apparent, flrom its bavins paid, dur- 
ing last year alone. Policies on Deceased Lives, amounting to Seventy ThousandPounds Stg. 

Assoren have the choice of Two Schemes, each of which has its 
peculiar and distinctive advantages. 

Class B, or Uncomditioxai. Lifb Assurakob, namely, Life Assurance almc 
without any Conditions or Rek^trictions, as explained herein. This Class, . 
however, not intended for persons residing in, or lilcely to proceed to. un 
healthy climates, or who may be exposed to unusual hazard. The profits 
allocated to the Policies under this Sobeme will be £ont» AddUunu to the 
Sums usured. The Divisions of Profit will be ma^e every 6vi. years, the 
irst in 1866 ; and the List of Policies are closed annually on 5tL December. 

CiiAis A, or Obdutabt Liri Asbukanoi, namely. Life Assurance with 3o:sne at least 
of the ordinary Conditions and Restrictions in Residence and Occupation. 
The Association's conditions are, however, much more liberal than thqse of 
many other Clffices. This scheme is to be distinguished imtm. others, also, by 
the farorable mode of allocating profits annually in cash amongst the Policy- 
holders during their lives — the annual payments for the policies being 
thereby considerably reduced. The Lists are closed annually on 6th April. 

Medical Officer,^ J. T. ft W. FENHOCX, 

J. GAEvET, M.D. Agents for Ottawa. 

OFFI0BS-18i SFABKS 8TBEET. 





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CHARTER PERPETUAL. 



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This old and favorite Company continues to insure as hereto- 
fore, at: the lowest rates commensurate with the risks incurred. 



PRIVATE DWELLINfiS, DETAGIED, 

THEIR CONTENTS, 

Insured for Three Tears at Greatly Seduced Bates. 



"JTor Financial strength^ liberal treatment of Policy Hold- 

erty and promptness in the settlement oflosseSf the ^TNA occupies 
a foremost position. 

J. T. tb W. PENNOCK, 

Agents for Ottawa and Central Canada. 



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ADtBRTteTNO DtREOTORT. 



OTTAWA 

CABINET WAftlHOnSE, 

No. 1, HDEAU STREET, OTTAWA. 

A Splendid Assortment of First-Olass ;< 

HAH06ANY, WALNUT AND OAK 

^arlnr, €^mkx nnir fining %um ^rtk 

Also, a Large Assortment of all kinds ef 

DOMESTIC FURNITURE CONSTANTLY ON HAND, 

AND MADE TO ORDER WITH DESPATCH. 
Experienced Workmen on the Premises to attend to the Jobbing Department. 

GEO. SEALE, Agent. 

CHARLES ESPUN, Jk., 

MIUWRI6HT, EN6INEEB, 



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MEOHANIOAL DMUQETSMAN. 



0>-3fimt, SletTTfT TVtmwi, ctso 

Bailt on the most reoent Approved Principles. 



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Agent for Fleck's Patent improted Tyler Water Wheel and Vulcan Iron Works, 

Montreal. 

PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, and all kinds of MECHANICAL DRAWINGS 
prepared, and Estimates made, 

ADDRESS: 

OBARLBS BSPLZN, Jr., 

Ottawa, L'Orlgnal, or Montreal. 



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No. 28 



SPARKS STREEET. 



A ourefoUy seleoted Biook of Enclish and I oreign Drugs and OhemioalSt Lubin's ud Bim- 
mell's Ferramer^;,Engli8h Hair.lf ail, Shaving and Tooth Bnuhes ; Dressing, Skle, Fin* and 



Back Combs ; louet reauisites of every description ; English Toilet Seaps, Bam and Car- 
riage Sponges : all reliable Patent Medicines ; Tmsses and Shonlder Braces ; Medicinal 
Herbs, Dyeatuffs and Jndson's Family Dyes, &e. The sole appointed Agency in OttRwa for 
Kenne^ Campbell & Co.'s (Medical Hall. Montreal,) Preparations. 
^TParboular attention paid to the IMspensing department. 

W. M. MASSEY, 

Family and Dispensing Chemist. 

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■ CONNECTING WITH 

ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES AND TOWNS 

—IN— 

CANADA & THE UNITED STATES. 



OFFICES :-Metcalf, near Sparks St.; Parliament Buildings; 

and Russell House. 



JAMES DAKEBS, 

Secretary. 



HUGH ALLAN, 

President. 



N. W. BETHUNE, MANAGER, OTTAWA OFFICE. 






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PIANOFORTES 

By Chickering, Steinway^ Stodart, Dunhanif &c., and 

MEIODBONS AND CABINET ORGANS 

By Prince, and JMaicn and Hamlin. A Large stock of SHEET MUSIC— a parcel 
receiTed weekly. A beaatifal assortment of Fancy Goodt, suitable for Presents. 

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ACCOUNTS COLLECTED ON REASONABLE TERMS, 

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WATCKIWAKBRS AND JBWBllBRS, 



DIRBOT IHPOBTBRS OF 



Watohta, Olocki, and Fine Jewellery. Silrer and Electro Plated Ware, Jet, Silrer 
and Steel Jewellery, Oomba, Brainei, Perfkimerjr, Soaps, Spectaoiea, Opera 
Olasaea, Mieroacopea, Rodgera 4 Son'a Table and Pocket Cutlery, Papier Machie 
and Cabinet Ware, Trarelling andDreasingBagi, Satohella, Cricketing, Archery, 
Fishing Tackle, Croquet, Toya. Dolls, and a large rariety of Engliih, French and 

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JAMES SUTHERLAND, Compilke. 



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GIEIIST AHD DRUeeiST 



IMPORTER OF 



and Foreign Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, 

COMBS, BRUSHES, SOAPS, &c., 

Patent Medicines, Dye Staffs, Seeds, Boiled and Raw Linseed, Machinery 

and Ooal Oil, &o., &o., 

GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER SEEDS, &o. 

Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. 



Bristol's Sarsaparilla, Hostetter's Bitters, Drake's Plantation 

Bitters, Florida Water, 

Lnbin's and Rimmel's Perfames, and Toilet Articles. Sozodont, Odona Kallnn- 

terios, for tbe Teeth. Hincasea, Revelenta, and other Patent Foods for 

Ohildren and Inyalids, &c. 



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PREFACE. 



In bringing out this the Second Edition of the Ottawa City 
AND Counties of Garlbton and Russell DiBEoioRf, the Com- 
piler begs to assure the public that no expense nor labor has been 
spared to render the volume, in every particular, as reliable a 
guide to the professional, commercial, manufacturing, and farm- 
ing communities as works of such a character can possibly be made. 
And, although it is next to impossible to have a compilation of this 
nature entirely free from errors, it is to be hoped, however, the 
patrons of the work will, in view of the difficulties experienced in 
obtaining correct information from so many different sources, 
grant their kind indulgence and overlook such as may unwittingly 
appear. 

The Compiler desires to present his acknowledgments to 
the Press of Ottawa, and to many gentlemen both in the City and 
Counties who have readily furnished such information as was 
desired, which would otherwise have involved much time and 
expense to procure. 

To the Patrons of the work is especial gratitude due for the 
liberal support given the enterprise from the commencement. 

JAMES SUTHERLAND, 

COHPILBR. 



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JAMES HOPE &, CO., 

niannfaetnriiig Stationers, 



IMPOBIEBS OF 



fiENERlL STiTIONERY. 



School Books, Bibles, Church Services, Prayer Books, 

&c,, Ice ire. 

CORNER OF SPARES AND ELGIN STREETS, 
OTTAWA, C.W. 



Particular attention given to the Manufacture of 




OF THE BfiST MATERIAL AND WOBKMANSHIP. 



imiii AID FJiFEi smiiii II lu, m ihihis. 

Execnted in the best manner and with Despatch. 



JAMES HOPE. 



S. S. M. HUNTER. 



CONTENTS. 

CONTENTS. 



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Abbreviationa used in this work 43 

A^jnUnt Oeneral's Office. 17 

Advertising Directory 287 

Agrioultnru Sooietiei 87 

Alphabetical Directory 43 

Antrim 203 

Aihton 203 

Association of Lumber Mamofaotarea.. 28 

Bands 37 

Banks..... 30 

Bell's Comers 208 

Board of Trade 26 

Boards for the Bzamination of Pro- 
vincial Land Surveyors. 16 

Building SocieUes 30 

Burritt's Rapids 204 

Business Directory 166 

Bytown and Nepean Road Company.. 27 

Cambridge, Township of... < 272 

Carp „ 206 

Churches 27 

City Oovemmeat 23 

Civil Sectretaiy's Office 10 

Clarence, Township of. 273 

Clubs 38 

Collectors of Customs 12 

Common School Trusteen 23 

Coroners 23 

County and Judicial Officers 24 

Courts 24 

Crown Lands, Department of. 13 

" Agents, Upper Canada.. 14 

" " Lower Canada» 14 

Crown Law Department 16 

Crown Timber Agents 14 

Cumberland, Township of. 278 

Customs Department 11 n 26 

Department of Agriculture and Statis- 
tics 12 

Diamond 206 

Division Court Clerks 26 

Educational 34 

Executive Council 10 

Vin Brigade 36 

Fisheries Branch 16 

Fitsroy Harbor 206 

Fitsroy, Township of. 217 

Gloucester, Township of 222 

Ooulboume, Township of. 230 

Hasledean 206 

Holmes' Comers 206 

Hospitals 20 

HubbeU's Falls 206 

Huntley, Township of. 236 

Huntley 207 

Indian Lands Branch... 16 

Judiciary, County of Carleton 24 

Ears 207 

Keuaon „.„ 207 



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Kinbura 208 

Legislative Assembly 10 

" Council 17 

Literary and Soientiflo Societies 33 

Long Island Looks 208 

Loyal Orange Associations 32 

Madawaska River Improvement Cop'y 26 

Malakoff 208 

Manotick 209 

Marathon 209 

March „ 209 

March, Township of. 241 

Marlborough, Township of. 244 

Masonic 31 

Merivale 210 

Metcalfe 210 

Minister of Finance, Office of. 11 

Miscellaneous.'. 26 

Mohr, or Riddell's Comers 211 

Munster 211 

National Societies 33 

Nepean, Township of. 248 

Newspapers 30 

North eower 211 

North Gower, Township of. 266 

Office Ottawa River Works 27 

Ordnance Lands Branch 16 

Osgoode, Township of. 262 

Ottowa , 1 

Ottawa Gas Company 26 

Ottawa and Prescott Railway 26 

Ottawa Post Office 27 

Panmure 213 

Post Office Department .'.. 16 

Province of Canada 10 

Provincial Secretary's Office 11 

" Registry's Department..... H 

Public Works 13 

Railway Department 13 

Receiver General's Office 11 

Public Instraotion, Department of..... 17 

Religious and Charitable Societies 29 

Rideau Canal Office 26 

Richmond 213 

Roman Catholic Separate Schools 36 

Russell, Township of. 283 

School Trustees 23 

South Gloucester 216 

South March 216 

Stittsvllle 216 

Street Directory 40 

Telegraph Companies 38 

Temperance Societies 36 

The Royal Family 9 

Torbolton 216 

Torbolton, Township of. 270 

Towns and Villages 203 

WestHuntley 216 

" Osgood* 216 



»▼ ADVBRTIfllNa DIRECTORY. 

PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTINC. 




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Opposite the Bnsssll House, 31 Elgin Street, Central Ottaiva. 

All Orders promptly »tt«nded to, and executed in the finest style of 

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Agents, Ale and Porter 165 

" Commission 165 

" Distillery ^. 185 

" aeneral 165 

" House, Land and Estate 166 

" Insurance 165 

" Manufacturers 166 

" Sewing Machine 166 

" Steamboat 166 

" Steamship 167 

Agricultural Implements 167 

Ales, Importers of. , 167 

Architects and Civil Engineers 167 

Artist 167 

Attorneys and Solicitors 167 

Auctioneers and Commission Mer- 
chants 167 

Axe and Edge Tool Manufacturers 168 

Bakers and Confectioners 168 

Banks and Bankers SO, 168 

Barbers and Hairdressers. 168 

Barristers, Attorneys and Solicitors... 168 

Baths 169 

Berlin Wool and Fancy Goods 169 

Billiard Saloons 170 

Blacksmiths 170 

Elank-book Manufacturers 170 

Boarding Houses 170 

Boatbuilders 171 

Bookbinders and Blank-book Manu- 
facturers 171 

Booksellers, Stationers, etc 171 

Boot and Shoemakers and Dealers 171 

Brass Founders 172 

Brewers 172 

Brokers 172 

Brokers, Stock and Money 172 

Broom and Brush Manufacturers 172 

Builders and Contractors ..■• 172 

Butchers ... 173 

Cabinetmakers and Upholsterers 174 

Carding and Cloth Dressing 174 

Carpenters and Builders 174 

Carpets, Oil Cloths, etc .V.. 174 

Carriage and Waggon Makers 174 

Carvers and Oilders 175 

Chemists and Druggists 175 

Chair and Bedstead Manufacturers.... 175 

Chandlers 175 

Chromatic Printers 175 

Cigars and Tobacco. 175 

CiTil Engineers 175 



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Clothing Herehants 175 

Coal Merohaots 176 

Coal Oils and lAmpf 176 

Collecting Agents.. 176 

Commercial Colleges 176 

Commission Merchants 176 

Commission, Forwarding and Shipping 

Merchants 177 

Confectioners 177 

Contractors ,.... 177 

Coopers..... m..m 178 

Crookery, China acd Glassware.. 178 

Dentists 173 

Dry Goods, Millinery and Clothing... 178 

Dyer and Scourer 179 

Edge Tool Manufaotnrers 168 

Engineer and Machinists 179 

Engraver, Card, Steel and Wood 179 

Exchange Dealers..... 170 

Express Companies 179 

Fancy Goods 179 

Fancy Shell Work 180 

Farriers 180 

Fish Dealers 180 

Flour, Feed and Grain Dealers 180 

Flour and Grist Mills 180 

Forwarding and Shipping Merchants^ 180 

Founders and Machinists 181 

Frescoe Painters and Decorators. 181 

Fruit, Fish and Game Deders 181 

Furniture Dealers 181 

Furriers 181 

Gas and Steam Fitters 181 

General Merchants ^ 181 

Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods..... 182 

Ginger Beer Makers 182 

Glass Stainers 182 

Grecian Blind Manufacturers 182 

irreen vrrocers...... ..... !•««««•••*.... ..... 183 

Grocers 182 

Gunsmith 184 

Hairdressers and Perfumers 184 

Hardware 185 

Hatters and Furriers 185 

Hides, Leather and Findings 185 

Hides and Skins, Dealers in.............. 185 

Hotels, Hotel Proprietors and TaTsm* 

keepers 185 

House Furnishing Goods 188 

Insurance Companies and Agents 188 

Iron, Steel and Metals 189 

Jewellers 189 



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ADVERTISING DIRECTORY. 






ESMONDS BR08., 



43 SFABE8 STBEET, 

CENTRAl OTTAWA. 




DEALERS IN 



COOK, HALL PARLOR, BOX, 



AND EVEY DESCRIPTION OF 



STOTES, TliWA RE. &C. 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED 

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And sole Agents in Ottawa for 

KEDZIE'S WATER FILTERS. 

Lamps, Globes, Chimneys, Wicks, Canada and Pennsylvania 

Bock Oils, 



E. Bros, would draw attentian to their Stock of Refrigirators, Baths of every 
description, Filters, and Water Coolers, superior to any other house in Central 
Canada. 

Tenders given for Tinners', f lumbers,' Gf^s fitters' and Brass Wprk pa ^uil^: 
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Jewellers, Maaufaeturing 189 

Junk, Deftlen 189 

Ladiea and Onildren'a Underolothiog. 189 

Land and Real Estate Agents 189 

Leather and Findings 190 

Leather and Rubber Belting 190 

Lirery and Sale Stables 190 

Looksmitha 190 

Looking Glass and Picture Framers... 190 

Lumber Merchants 190 

MaehinisU 191 

Marble Manufacturers and Dealers 191 

Mattress Manufacturers 191 

Merchant Tailors and Clothiers 191 

MUliners and Millinery Qoodc 192 

Millwrights 192 

Newspapers and Publishers... 192 

News and Periodical Depots 192 

Oculist and Aurist 192 

Offleial Assignee 192 

Ornamental Iron Works 193 

Pidnters, Glaizers and I>aperhangers.. 193 

P^ts, Oils, etc 193 

Paperhangers 193 

Paper Hangings 193 

Parliamentary Agents 193 

Patent Right Agents 194 

Photographers. 194 

Physicians and Surgeons 194 

Picture Frame Makers .......^.... 194 

Planing Mills 195 

Plasterers, Plain and Ornamental 195 

Plumbers, Qas and Steam Fitters 195 

Pork Packers and Dealers. 195 

Potash Manufacturers 195 

Printers, Book and Job 195 

ProTinoial Land Snrreyors...... 198 



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ProTision Dealers « » 198 

Publlshm 198 

Restaurants » 197 

Saddlery Hardware. 19T 

Sadlle and Harness Makers 107 

Sash, Blind and Door Manubetnrers. 197 

Saw Mill 197 

Schools, Colleges, etc 197 

Sculptor 198 

Seeds , 198 

Sewing Machines and Agents 198 

Shingle Mills.., 198 

Soap and Candle Manufacturers 198 

Stationers „mm 198 

Steamboat Aa:ents , 198 

Stock and Bill Brokers 199 

Stores, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron 

Workars 199 

Superphosphate of Lime 199 

Tailors and Drapers 199 

Tanners, Hide and Leatiier Dealers... 199 

Tavemkeepers 199 

Theatre 200 

Tobacco and Cigars SOO 

Trunks, Valises, ete SOO 

Toys and Fancy Goods » 179 

Turners (Wood and Irory) ».« SOO 

Undertakers SOO 

Upholsterers „ SOO 

Varnishes, Bensole, ete SOO 

Veterinary Surgeons. 201 

Watchmakers and Jewellers 301 

Waggonmakers r SOI 

Wheelwrights SOI 

Wine and SpiritMerohanto SOI 

WooUenMill SOS 



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Jttna Insurance Company iii 

Armstrong, George zxvi 

Amoldi, K 287 

Austin, C, opposite title viii 

Bansley, C, A Co 204 

Beach A Co 288 

Belcourt A Co 287 

Bell and Woodburn xir 

Blasdell, N. S. A Co zxii 

Borbridge, S. A H 288 

Bonrget, James 289 

Bronsons, Weston A Co 287 

British American Commercial College, 

gilt card, back of boek. 
Browne, Jame8« , xz 





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Brush, Charles E... zzviii 

Buck, George A 288 

Buckley, Patrick 291 

Campbell A Co 291 

Citisen Office 290 

Clemow Francis 814 

Cookbum,John..... 391 

Cooker, George zz 

Commercial Union Ass. Co.c S14 

Cotton, George. S16 

Crosby, P. Q 398 

Cruice, R. W 398 

Cunningham A Lindsay 398 

Carrier, J. M., A Co 898 



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Subsrsts, Geonn E xziv 

Diokinion, M. K 826 

Dunn, Kdward „ , xx 

Daveirnay Bros zzt 

Eaton, R. k Co , 294 

Bfmonde, Bros zri 

Bsplin, Charles,jr, iv 

EraoB, Jeremiah zzxi 

ETeniUgPoflt 3U9 

Fingland k Draper 295 

IFatroye, Oeorm 297 

Qarland, Mutohmor k Oo vii 

Oarth, Charles xziii 

Oarvey, Dr., Joseph 296 

Gontn, James A. (Qilt card ontsidl.) 

Goutdthrtte, Samuel 297 

Grant, Donald M 296 

Grant & Henderson 298 

Hamilton's Hotel... „... xix 

Hartford Etra Insurance Company 299 

Haycock ft Haycock xix 

Hayei, M. P. zzvi 

Herriek k Brush zzriii 

Holgate, Ollrer andAnnable 295 

Hope, James ft Co zii 

Hoire, Gevrge ft Son 297 

Hamphries, Georffe 300 

Hompfarys, Wm. J vi 

Hanter, Rose ft Co 163 

Hunton, T. ft W 300 

Imperial Fire Insurance Company 206 

Isaae, Thomas 208 

Reams ft Ryan 301 

Keefer, AnguBtuB xix 

Kelly, J. «.... 301 

Lsjivierre, B. B 302 

Lawrence, Bros 302 

Learens, David R 308 

Leggo, Christopher, M.D 302 

IieSgo* John 302 

Life Association of Scotland ii 

:^4oftn8, P. A «.«.< 803 

MoGUliTray, B. K., ft Go riii 

McKay, Thomas 303 

McKay, William 304 

MaoCarthy, Henry F 306 

Matoney, James 303 



Haasey, W. M t 

Meadows, H., ft Oo AXvii 

Miles, Edward xxiii 

Montreal ft Ottawa Forwarding Co.... 81 ' 

Montreal Telegraph Company v 

Morrison, William 307 

Mortimer, Alexander zxi 

Murphy, Denis .^IC 

MusgroTO ft Wright, (Gilt card o-.twlue) 

OlTord, Jonathan 308 

Orme, J. L. ft Son y\ 

Ottawa Daily Citizen 290 

Ottawa Evening Post 309 

Ottawa Daily Times 316 

Ottava River Narigatien Co 323 

Peck ft Gallup 308 

Pennock, J. T., ft W 327 

Porley ft Fattee,, , 307 

Preston, Geo. H 307 

Provincial Insurance Company 296 

Quinn, Hugh , 310 

iiobertson ft Rowsell 812 

Rochester, John, Jr 810, 811 

Koos, John 310 

Royal Canadian Bank xxvi 

Russell House, (Gilt card on coyer.) 

Seale, George, Agt iv 

Shaver, John I. xxxi 

Sincennos ft HcNaughton 313 

Skinner, Joseph ^ x 

Spencer, E 317 

Stewart, James Douglas, M.D 314 

Stewart, C. E., ft Co 309 

Stiff ft Gregory ^„ 314 

Stockdale, John 315 

Stockdale ft Bros 315 

Taylor, L B 29d 

Townsend, John xxz 

Tracy, Jame 312 

Traveller's Insurance Company 326 

Upper Ottawa Forwarding and Bail- 
way Company 324 

Union Uonse , xxvi 

Vaughan, J. J w ,xxvi, xxviii 

Wade, William 299 

Waters, David 317 

York, JesseE 217 






MlS££^LLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Burnett House, "Kingston, C.W xxix 

Great "Wenom Railway 320, 321, 822 

Iirterp-,tional iTotel, Preseott 318 

Ottawt. !Iotel, L'Original 318 



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Ottawa and Presoott Railway 319 

Watrous, U., Ogdensbnrgh, N.T« 806 

Wests, Bradley ft Cary, N.T:, 164, 

and Dottom lines. 



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HAYCOCK & HAYCOCK, i 

SOLICITOBS IN CHANCEBY, 

OONVETANOERS, NOTARIES PUBUO, &c., &c., 



EL®m iTo, ©IT 
OFFICE-POST OFFICE BUILI>ING. 



1. B. HATOOOX. 



1. >. HATCOOK. 



AUGUSTUS KEEPER, 

BARBISTER AND ATTORNET-AT-LAW, 

0olicitor in €t)an»rs, dlanm^anuVf S^c, 

OFFICB-OPPOSITB THE POST OFFICE, BLCfIN STREET, 

In the Booms lately occupied as the Cnstom House. 
OTTAWA, C.l¥. 

HAMILTON'S HOTEL, 

(FOBMEBLY MATHEWS' HOTEL,) 

YORK STRBET, OTTAWA, L W. 

MBS. HAMILTON, PBOPBIETBfiSS. 



THIS Honso hubeen put into » thorough state of npain repdnted, decorated and refur- 
nished with all the latest appliances of comfort No exertions nor expense will be 
spared in rendering this House second to none in Ottawa. 

GOOD STABLQra IN BEAR OF THE PBEMISES. 



of th» Choicest desoriptioDi always kept. 



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GEORGE COOKER, 

IMPORTJER, 

AND DEALER IN EVERT DESCRIPTION OF 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

34, SPARKS STREEET, 

OTTAWA, C. W. 



'Iiteidlng Psireliagen nspeettUlf invltea to nil and 

eiamlBe Stock. 



JAMES BROWNE, 

Jkentiate of %pi\tmm' fall, 



DiSPENSINfl AND FAMILY CHEMIST, 

67, 8FABES STREET, OTTAWA, C W. 



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Accounl Books made to Older for any branch of business. 

Baling done to any Pattern; Paging and Numbering executed on 
Moderate Terms. Particular attention paid to Mai? Mounting. 



Orders Crom Country Municipalities, Mercliants and others, 

will receive prompt attention, and be forwarded to 

their destination Free of Charge. 



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CHAUDIERE FALLS, OTTAWA, C.W. 



N. S. BLASDELL & CO., 



MANUfACTURERS OF 



€E!iTBAIi DISCHARGE— Tyler's & Kendall's Patents, 

The latter a recent improTemeat, patented in 1863 ; 

^EA€T10IV — Rose, Lamb, and Snail Shell. 

GEARING, SHAFTING, PULLEYS, and every other description 
of SAW AND GRIST MILL IRONS. 



Having unrivalled faoilities for this olasa of work (oar stock of 
patterns being very extensive, and our Machinery the best of its class 
that could be procured), and having furnished the iron work for a large 
portion of the principal Mills on the Ottawa and its tributaries, we are 
warranted in saying that our work is second to none iu this Province. 

We also mannfaoture the " Diamond" Planino, ToNQiriNa and 
Groovino Maohii^e, for which we received the only GOLD MEDAL 
awarded at the Provincial Exhibition in Montreal in 1860. 



Builders' Castings and Ornamental Iron Railings, in great 

Variety. 

Forgings, and Iron and Brass Castings of every description made to 
order on the shortest notice by experienced workmen. 

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6AS FITTER. STEAI FITTER, 

COPPERSMITH AND BRASSFOUNDBR, 

941, RIBEAV HT^ OTTAWA. 

MONTBEAL ESTABLISHMENT, 140 & 142, OBAIG ST, 



ManufMturer of all desoriptions of work for Water and Gas Works, Breweries, Distiller- 
ies, MU1>> Ac. Makes and fits up Oalvaniied and Tin Roofing, Comioeo, Gutters, 
OoDdnctorSi Ao., Ac. Also, a new and improred 

LOW PRESSURE HOT WATER APPARATUS, 
And Gold's Low Pressure Steam Apparatus, 

Tocether with all kinds of Warming Apparatus for Public and PriTata Buildiogs, Onto 
Honses, vIntriM, Hills, Ac WUI keep on hand and for Slae 

STOVES OF ALL KINDS, 

Hot Air Fnmaoes, Kitchen Sanges, Iron Fomitnre, and Bmlders* 
Caitings, Tin, Copper, CkUvanized, Iron and Zinc Wares. 



i9*0rders ft>om the Country will receive Strict Attention. 

THE HIGHEST FBICE PAID FOB 

OLD COPPER, BRASS, LEAD AND IRON. 



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GEORGE E. DESBERATS, 

DESBERAT'S BLOCK, SPARKS ST., 



Thebost Workmen, and the largest stook of Leathers t.wJi other Materials, 
enables him to produce the yerj finest work in toe above line. 



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FOllTmUE, LITTEIIiIHE ET COMMEICIIl 

Br^^^a SIEtVH, 

RUE YOHK, OTTAWA. 



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but in every locality in Lower CauuiA. eapeoially in the Ottawa District 
and Counties. 



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OTTAWA ACENCY. 



0FFI€E-DESBARAT'8 BUILDING, 77 SPARKS STREET, 

M. F. HAYES, Agent. 

J.J. VAUGHAN, 






]¥0. 190, l¥EI^]LiIlV«TOrV S(TREET, 
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Furniture manu&ctured and repaired. Drapery Curtains and Win- 
dow Shades furnished complete in the latest styles. 



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CORNER OF QUEEN AND ELGIN STS. 



8E0R8E ARMSTRONB, PROPRIETOR. 

Omnibasses to and Drom the Cars and Boats. 

GENERAL STAGE OFFICE. 



In this line of 
lishments of ti 



Gentlemen's 
Aleo, all kinds 



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English an 
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E. MILES, - 

HAIRDRESSER, BY APPOINTMENT, TO 



Patent Rotary Hair Brushy 

(The only one on this Continent,) constantly in use. 



In this line of business E. Miles will always be able to compete with any and all of the estab- 
lishments of the kind in America, as he makes ithis aim to employ the best European Artiste 
in manufacturing all kinds of Hair work. 

Gentlemen's and Ladies' Wigs of all Colors wUl be kept constantly on hand. 

Also, all kinds of Device work in Hair ; Hair Watch Guards and Bracelets manufactured of 
their own hair (if desired), on the shortest notice. 



In connection with the HaxrdreHsing Saloon, Baths are being fitted introducing all the latest 
improvements. 

English and French Perftimery, Scented Soaps, Razors, Razor Strops-, Hair, NtuI, Tooth, 
and Shavmg Brushes; also, E. Miles' Phygiologieal Hair Benovator, for restoring the Hair 
to its original color ; and E. Miles' celebrated Hair Tonic, a beautiful preparation for Hair- 
dressing, always kept on hand. 

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HERRICK & BRUSH, 

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AOMOHD'S BUiLsnro, 
No. S EIDBATJ STREET, OTTAWA. 



C. H. HERRICK, 

STOCK AND EXCHAICE 

Estntd, Conunission and Ingiirance Agent. 




mmt FOR MORTON'S DISTILLERY, KINGSTON. 

Aumond's Building, No. 3 Bideau Street, Ottawa. 



CHARLES E. BRUSH, 

mm. COMMISSIOI iRCHllHT AND BROKER, 

Bailwayand Steamboat Agent. 

AGENT FOR WM; DOwTcO^sTcELEBBATED PALE ALES, 
HIGHWINES AND WHISKEY. 

AITMOND'S BTHLDINa, Ho. 8 BIDXAU ST., OTTAWA. 



ANTI-DYSPEPTIC TONIC BITTERS. 

These Bitters are a oertaia cure for Dyspepsia. They are in use and for sale 
at all Druggists, Qrocers, Hotels and Restaurants throughout the United States 
and British American Prorinces. Orders from a distance promptly supplied and 
stfevrely packed. Prepared from the original receipt by 

J. J- VAUOHAN, TXo. 190} Wellington St., Ottawa, C.W. 



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Lessee and Manager 



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ADVBRTISINa DIRECTORY. 



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GENERAL 




BLAGESHITH, 



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SPARKS, CORNER OF BANK STREET, 
OTTAWA, C.W. 



Horse Shoeing and everj desoriptiou of Blacksmithing exeonted at the Bhortest 
notice. Qeneral Repairing and Jobbing promptly fittended to. 



FJLRLHM£J)iTlliX SALOON 

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'CAPITAL' STOVE DEPOT, 



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In order to accommodate nn increasing business, we have just completed 

an extension of our premises, and are now in a position more fully to 

meet the wants of our oustomers. The best and most reliable 

STOTO EWAIS IN STOCK, 



— INCLUDING — 



Cooking Stoves, 

DonbleStofes, 

Hall and Parlor Stoves, 

Box Stoves, 

Dumb Stoves, 



Stove Pipes, 
Ctallows Pipes, 
T Pipes, 
Kej Pipes, 
Elbows, Ac., &c., Ac. 



AND THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF 

iisr TUB oia?ir. 

Baths, Water Coolers and Filters, Toilet Setts, Enamelled and Tin Cul- 
inary Utensib, Brass Kettles, Table Mats, Dumb Bells, Wire 
Flower Baskets, Wire Dish Covers, Toddy Kettles, 
Bachelor Dispatches, Cistern Pumps, &c. 

FIRST-CUSS MECHANICS ALWAYS EMPLOYED. 

Steamboat and Buildef^s Job Work punctually attended to. 



»®"THE LAMP AND COAL OIL DEPARTMENT 

Is at all times furnished with the best quality of goods. 



In every variety of Style, at the « CAPITAL," 35, SUSSEX STREET. 

n. ]!IEADOWISi Se, CO. 




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ADVFRTISING DIRECTORY. 

HAYCOCK & HAYCOCK, 

CONVEYANCERS, &c., 

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AMERICAN INVENTORS' ASSOCIATION! 



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INVENTOR AND MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

WOBKER IN BBASS, STEEL AND IBON, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 



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HUNTER, ROSE ft CO., 

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OTTAWA. 



ir otie Seat of Goveriment, Ottawa holds the proud position of the 
chief city of Caoada, and perhaps, of British North America, yot, 
though that fact in itself would make it the central point of attraction, 
Ottawa is not entirely dependent upon its position as Capital to entitle 
it to rank as one of the ohief cities on this continent. Oommeroial 
towns, in*all countries, command and quiro a world wide celebrity, 
while mere manufacturing towns sink, comparatively, into insignificance; 
but the latter are absolutely necessary to the former, and invariably 
compare favorably, both for wealth and population, with them. 

Cities situated at the mouths of large rivers, and on the great 
highway of nations, will, of necessity, become of great importance, hence, 
before the valley of the Ottawa was known, and when the site of the 
present capital was a wilderness, unknown to any but the child of the 
forest, Quebec, Montreal, Kingston, and other cities and towns of Canada 
were large and flourishing places. But since Canada was first settled, 
until quite recently she has depended upon the mother country and 
the neighboring Republic, for all her wants in manufactured goods; now, 
however, attention is being given to the great and varied resources of 
the country. Already our Canadian cloths have attracted the notice of 
foreign merchants. Already we are able to supply our own wants in 
many articles of domestic and commercial use, but still one great re- 
source, one great means of wealth remains to be developed. That is 
Iron. 

Our forefathers considered the possession of gold the acme of 
human prosperity, but in the present day we are content if we have but 



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a liberal supply of the baser metals, well assured that the wants of the 
world will prove the true philosopher's stone, and speedily transmute 
them into the yellow god ao greedily sought after by every member of 
the human family. These, Ottawa possesses. Nature has supplied the 
valley of the Ottawa with no niggard hand. JTcncuth a soil, naturally 
fertile, is to be found unbounded stores of the most useful, and hence, 
of the most precious metals, the full development of which is but a 
question of time. The Iron Mines of Hull are already at^raoting atten- 
tion, and will, without doubt, bo sooi aokively worked ; while the iron 
wealth of Renfrew has for many years been known and recognized. In 
1851 the specimens of iron ore from Canada to the World's Exhibition 
of London, were selected by Sir Wm. Logan from surface products of 
the Renfrew Mines. As yet, these deposits have not been developed, 
but no doubt can be entertained that they will, cro long, receive the atten- 
tion of, not only speculators, but of men willing to employ their capital in 
developing the resources of tho country for their country's good. * Ottawa 
must then become tho centre of this rich and fertile district, and is 
destined, at no distant date, from its natural resources, to hold tho 
position of tho Birmingham or Sheffield of British America. At the 
same time, tho vast water-power to be found on the banks of i'<i two 
rivers, the Ottawa and Rideau, must offer to manufacturers faoiiiues to 
be found, perhaps, in no other part of the Province. All that is wanted 
is increased railway communication, and that we have no reason to doubt 
the Ottawa and Presoott Railway Company will soon give. But it 
is not in iron alone that the valley of the Ottawa is rich. In lead, 
plumbago and other minerals it can compete with any other part of the 
continent; while for lumber its resources are unbounded, and its facilities 
for bringing that lumber to market arc unequalled, perhaps, in the world. 
In the neighborhood of Ottawa, at Arnprior, are extensive quarries of 
the best marble to be found in America, in proof of which the specimens 
to be seen at the new Parliament Buildings need only be cited. Besides 
the Arnprior marble, the district of Ottawa furnishes all kindi of build- 
ing stone. A black or grey limestone, which gives a fine massi 'o appear- 
ance to buildings, and which has been extensively used in this neighbor- 
hood, is known as the Trenton linaegton^. A very beautiful white or 



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light-yellow freestone ia found at Nopean; and another, white as Carrara 
marble, is obtained at Perth. These are the principal of the building 
stone found in this neighborhood, but there are many beautiful kinds of 
stone besides. 

Since the appointment of Ottawa, by Her Majesty the Queen, as 
the Capital of these Provinces, it and the neighboring districts have 
commanded increased attention at the hands of the moneyed men of the 
country. The consequence is that Ottawa, during the past few years, 
has increased in size, wealth, population, and importance at an almost 
unprecedented rate, and now possesses some of the finest public and 
private buildings, the largest and most important manufactories, and 
the most extensive mills to bo found in any portion of Her Majesty's 
dominions of British North America. The magnificent pile of buildings 
lately erected as Government aad Departmental Buildings will always 
make Ottawa rank high among the cities of America in point of archi* 
tectural objects of interest. But, besides these, it has many other 
public and private buildings of superior character, among which mention 
may be made of tho Roman Catholic Cathedral, St. Joseph's College, 
the General Hospital, County Gaol, Desbarats' Block, the Convent, 
several churches, and the various banks. 

For hotel accommodation Ottawa is well off, having several large 
and well appointed hotels. Tho Russell House, J. A. Gouin, proprietor, 
will vie with any house in the Province ; a large and handsome addition 
is being made to it, and when completed the Russell House will afford 
accommodation for 300 guests. Tho Albion, Nicholas Street, John 
Graham^ proprietor, is a first-class family hotel. Hamilton's, R. R. 
Hamilton, proprietor, and Mathews', T. Mathews, proprietor, are also 
good hotels. There arc besides these many good second-class houses. 

Ottawa boasts of a good theatre, at present under the able manage- 
ment of Mr. John Townsend, lessee. 

For travelling and forwarding facilities the capital is tolerably well 
supplied, though such is the increase in population and general business 
that other and more extensive means must soon be provided. At present 
there are tho Ottawa and Prcscott Railway, which enters the city 
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Steamers, and several lioes of Stages. The Ottawa River NavigatioD 
Company convey passengers and freight to Montreal by firat-olnss 
steamers, handsomely appointed, vii., "Queen Victoria," Gapt. A. 
Bowie, and the " Prince of Wales," Capt. Sheppard, and the " Oonsort," 
now nearly completed, thas forming one of the best river lines in 
British America. 

Dickinson's Rideau Passage and Freight Line, between Ottawa and 
Kingston, by Rideau River and Canal, consists of two first-clasft 
steamers, the " City of Ottawa," Capt. J. Ryan, and " Bytown," Capt. 
Thos. Farmok', besides a fleet of eleven freight steamers and fifty 
barges, doing a large freight and towing business between Kingston, 
Ottawa, and Lake Champlain. 

Montreal and Ottawa Forwarding Company do a large freight and 
towing business between Ottawa, Montreal, and Lake Champlain, with a 
fleet of seven steamers and thirty barges. 

Union Forwarding and Railway Company, Upper Ottawa Route, 
have four first-class passenger and three freight steamers running from 
Aylmer t-, the head of navigation on the Ottawa. 

Ottawa possesses Telegraphing facilities, connecting it with all 
pointr in Canada and the United States by the Montreal and Provincial 
Telegraph Companies. 

The city now contains fourteen Churches, a College (St. Joseph,) 
3rammar School, three Collegiate Schools, a Commercial College, four 
Young Ladies' Academies, and excellent Pablio Schools, all under the 
charge of competent professors and teachers. There are several private 
schools all well attended. 

The literary, scientific, national, benevolent, and other societies 
will be found classified in another part of this work. 

There are four Fire Companies, two Hook and Ladder Companies, 
three Building Societies, several Insurance Agencies, and six Banks 
(branches of the Bank of Montreal, Bank of British North America, 
Bank of Upper Canada, Ontario Bank, Quebec Bank, und Royal Cana- 
dian Bank). 

The grand feature of Ottawa, so far as manufacturing is concerned, 
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falls of tho Ohaudidre and the Bideau there Me severtl extensive 
Flouring and Saw Mills, of which the following may be mentioned as 
the principal : 

Bronsons, Weston & Co.'s Saw Mill, on Viotoria Island, employs 
about 100 men. They have at present about 125,000 logs, of which 
85,000, ot least, will be made into lumber this season. Messrs. Bronsons, 
Weston k Co. saw on an average about 16 or 17 million feet. 

Pcrley & Pattee have a large saw mill on Caudi^re Island, where 
they employ 90 men, and saw 12 million feet of lumber per year. Their 
stock of logs is 60,000. 

J. B. Booth employs 45 men at his mill on Chaudidre Island. 
Has now on hand about 60,000 logs, and saws yearly 11 million feet of 
lumber. 

A. H. Baldwin employs, this season, 85 men, and saws 6 million 
feet. His mill is also on Ghaudi&re Island. A. H. Baldwin & Co., 
Chaudi^re Island, are now erecting another mill on the Islaftd which ia 
intended to have a capacity of sawing 12 million feet. 

J. M. Currier & Co. have an extensive mill at New Edinburgh, 
driven by the water of the Bideau. In connection with the mill is a 
Sash Factory. They employ, in all, 200 men, and turn out 11 million 
feet of lumber in a year. 

Levi Young & Co., on Victoria Island, employ about 40 men at 
their saw mill, and saw about 7 million feet of lumber. 

Gilmour & Co. have a large mill on the Gatineau Biver, about seven 
miles from Ottawa, where they have about 100 men at work, and annu- 
ally turn out 16 million feet. 

W. Taylor, on Montreal street, Lo Breton's Flat, employs 20 men, 
and saws four million feet of lumber. 

Georgo and Bobert Mason saw about one million feet per year, em- 
ploying five men. 

Law & Johnstone, Le Breton's Flat, have a mill driven by steam, 
using a forty-horse power engine, and employ 14 men. They manu- 
facture a million feet of lumber. Shingle, lath, and planing mills are 
attached to the saw mill. 

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employment, and 86 million feet of lumber are yearly sawed, the greater 
part of which finds its way to the American markets. Besides the men 
thus employed in the mills the lumber trade of Ottawa gives employment 
to a great number of men who are constantly engaged in cutting and 
rafting logs. 

Ottawa contains three iron foundries. The Victoria Foundry is 
situated on Middle street, Victoria Island, and is owned and carried on 
by N. S. Blasdell & Co. ; the machinery is propelled by water power 
furnished by the Ottawa. This foundry has been established for many 
years, and contains the very best kind of machinery — some originally 
designed and manufactured by the proprietors. They received, in 1861, 
the Prince of Wales' Gold Medal for their patent planing machine, 
which is considered the best machine of the kind in America. They 
employ about twenty-five hands, and turn out steam engines, lathes, 
agricultural implements, saw and grist mill machinery of every descrip- 
tion. • 

In connection with the Victoria Foundry, there is a very powerful 
force pump, requiring a force equal to eighty horses to work ; this is 
fully supplied by the almost unlimited power afforded by the Chaudidre 
Falls. This pump is put up in a suitable stone building in a position 
where, in case of fire on either side, hose can be attached, and half a 
dozen streams be made use of. This pump was manufactured by N. S. 
Blasdell & Co., of the Victoria Foundry. It has the capacity of pump- 
ing two thousand gallons per minute. 

The City Foundry was established in 1848, by T. M. Blasdell. 
Mill machinery and agricultural implementiS are the chief articles manu- 
factured. 

Perkins' Foundry is situated on Sparks street, and was established 
in 1840, by Lyman Perkins ; the machinery is propelled by two engines 
of twenty-five horse power ; a number of hands are kept employed in 
the manufacturing of steam engines, boilers and mill machinery. 

Ottawa contains five extensive carriage and waggon factories. 
Wm. Stockdale & Brother's, on Rideau street, was established in 1854 : 
in this factory, twenty-six hands are employed, and an engine of ten 
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each year, to the value of twenty thousand doUara. Peter Dufour 
established his carriage works in 1832; thirteen hands are kept in 
constant employment. The Royal Carriage Factory was established 
in 1840, by George Humphries, who employs fourteen men, and turns 
out carriages, waggons, &c., to the value of ten thousand dollars per 
annum. Jeremiah Evans, corner Bank and Sparks streets, employs five 
men. John Smith, Bank street, eight men. There are several other 
smaller establishments. 

Axe and Edge Tool manufacturing is a branch of industry for 
which Ottawa has been justly famous for many years. There are two 
factories, turning out a large amount of all kinds of axes and edge tools, 
and giving employment to over forty workmen, viz. : S. Washburn, and 
Edward Proulx. 

In the manufacture of Furniture, Chairs and Bedsteads, Holgate, 
Oliver & Annable are doing a large business ; their factory is on Chau- 
di6re Island; they employ a large number of hands, and turn out 
manufactured articles to the value of ten thousand dollars per annum. 
Angus & Angus, Rideau street, turn out a large quantity of work. 
Drcnan — Geo. Sealo, agent — manufactures first-class furniture of every 
description ; the warehouse is on Rideau street, near Sapper's Bridge. 
A. Swalwell employs seven or eight hands manufacturing cabinet 
ware, &c. 

In Sash, Doors and Blinds, the principal factories are Peck and 
Gallup's, on Chaudi^re Island, where twelve hands are employed, and 
fifteen thousand dollars' worth turned out during the year. J. M. Cur- 
rier & Co. employ about thirty men, and turn out a large amount of 
work : and P. Power & Son, who employ twenty men. 

The Wood Turning Establishment of George Newell is on the 
Chaudi^re Island, and turns out three thousand five hundred dollars' 
worth of chair and bedstead stuff. That of Smith's, on Cumberland 
street, employs two or three hands. 

Ottawa is well supplied with Flouring Mills, havingjthe following, viz. : 
that of the MackayEstate, at the Rideau Falls, or New Edinburgh, and 
that of Thos. Mackay at the Chaudi^re Falls, who is very extensively 
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Wilkioson, at Thompson's Mills, is doing an excellent business in gristing 
and flouring. The Ottawa Mills, carried on by William Morrison, is 
one of the oldest mills in Ottawa, and still enjoys a large gristing busi- 
ness ; it has the capacity of grinding two hundred bushels per day. 
Henry McCormick, baker and miller, does a large baking business, and 
grinds about seventy thousand bushels of wheat per annum. 

Eochester's Tannery is the lars;est in this section of the country ; 
from twenty-five to thirty men are kept in constant employment, and the 
establishment turns out about sixty thousand dollars' worth of leather 
during the year. That of James MoCuUough, established in 1860, 
employs six men, and turns out about five thousand dollars' worth per 
annum. Richard Woodland employs seven to eight hands. His tan- 
nery is on St. Paul, near Mosgrove street. 

Ottawa has three Breweries, viz. : the Victoria Brewery, established 
1829, by John Eochester, sen., and James Eochester, now conducted 
by John Rochester, juD.; seven hands are here employed in the brew- 
ing of ale and porter. The other two are carried on by Mr. Sterling, 
foot of Eideau Locks, and John W. Diamond, St. Paul street. 

Charles Garth is carrying on a very extensive business in gas and 
steam fitting, brass founding, &c. The contract for putting in the heat- 
ing apparatus and gas fixtures in the Parliament buildings was given to 
Mr. Garth. The whole of the work, about completed, reflects credit 
upon this Ottawa establishment. 

In Blank Book manufacturing and Bookbinding Ottawa is well 
supplied — the following first-class establishments do an extensive and 
very superior trade : James Hope & Co., corner of Sparks and Elgin 
streets ; G. E. Desbarats, Desbarats' Buildings, corner of Sparks and 
O'Connor streets; Alex. Mortimer, corner of Sparks and Metcalfe 
streets; and Hunter, Eose & Co., Sally street, opposite Wellington 
market. 

Messrs. Nordhemier & Co. have lately established an agency for 
all kinds of music and musical instruments, under the management of 
J. L. Orme & Son. 

Brass Fouddries — Ghas. Garth and Theodore Friedriok both do a 
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Tin-Ware Manufacturing — In this branch of trade there are many 
engaged, but the largest and principal establishments are those of Messrs. 
Esmonde Bros, Sparks street ; W. H. Meadows & Co., Sussex street, 
and Chaa. Garth, Kideau street. These firms also deal extensively in 
Stoves and House furnishing goods of every description. 

Marble Works— \V. J.& A. K. Mills, Sparks Street; AVm. Mac 
farlane, Rideau Street ; and Painter & Taylor, south side of City Hall 
Square, are the only establishments in Ottawa in this branch of business. 

Brush and Broom manufacturers, W. & 11. Reardon carry on this 
trade on William street. 



THE ROYAL FAMILY. 

Her Most Excellent Majesty (Alexandria) Victoria, — By 
the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 
Queen, Defender of the Faith. Her Majesty, the only daughter and 
heir of the late Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, fourth son of King 
George III., and of Victoria-Maria-Louisa (Princess Dowager of Leinen- 
gen), Duchess of Kent, and sister of the King of the Belgians. Her 
Majesty was born at Kensington Palace, on the 24th of May, 1819; 
baptized on the 24th of June, 1819 ; ascended the throne on the demise 
of her uncle. King William IV., 20th June, 1837 ; and was crowned 
at Westminster, on the 28th June, 1838. Her Majesty was married at 
St. James's Palace, on the 10th of February, 1840, to his late Royal 
Highness Francis-Albert-Augustus-Charles-Emmanuel, Duke of Saxe, 
Prince of Coburg and Gotha, who died 14th December, 1861. 

Issue. — Victoria- Adelaide-Mary-Louisa, Prhiceus Royal, b. 2l8t 
November, 1840 ; married 25th January, 1858, at the Chapel 
Royal, to His Royal Highness Prince Frederick- William-Nicholas- 
Charles of Prussia. 

Albert-Edward, Prince of Wales, b. 9th Nov. 1841. Married 10th 
March, 1863, at St. George's Chapel, Windsor, to her Royal 
Highness Princess Alexandraof Denmark. — hme: Albert- Victor- 
Christian-Edward, b. Jan. 8, 1864. George-Frederiok-Earnest- 
Albert, b. June 3, 1865. 

Alice-Ma«d-Mary, b. 25th April, 1843. Married 1st July, 1862, at 
Osborne, to His Royal Highness Prince Frederick- William-Louis 
of Hesse- Darmstadt. 



Alfred-Ernest-Albert, b. 6th August, 1844. 
Helena- Augusta -Victoria, b. 25th May, 1846. 

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Louisa-Caroline-Alberta, b. 18th March, 1846; 
Arthur-William-Patrick-Albert, b. 1st May, 1850. 
Lcopold-Gcorge-Duncan- Albert, b. 7th April, 1853. 
!Beatricc-Mary.Victoria-Feodore, b, 14th April, 1857. 



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PROVINCE OF CANADA. 

Seat op Govern-mlnt — Ottawa. 

Governor General. — His Excellency tha llight Hon. Charles 
Stanley, Viscount Monck, Governor General of British North America, 
and Captain-General and Govcrnor-in-Chief of the Provinces of Canada, 
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Island of Prince Edward, &c., 
<fco., &c. Denis Godley, Governor General's Secretary ; Lieut. -Col. the 
Hon. Richard Monck, Coldstream Guards, A.U.C., Military Secretary, 
and Principal Aide-dc-Camp. (>apt. Pcmberton, GOth Rifles, Aide-dc- 
Camp. Col. Irvine, Provincij-.l Aide-dc-Camp. Lieut. Col. DuchesneVr 
Lieut. Col. Bernard, Lieut. Col. Cumberland, extra Provincial Aides- 
de-Carap. 

Civiii Secretary's Office — Eastern Block. — Denis Godley,, 
Secretary; H. Cotton, Chief Clerk; J. Kidd, 2nd Clerk; J, Burrowes, 
3rd Clerk ; P. St. Hill, Office Keeper ; G. Boxall, Messenger \, G~ Smith,, 
Extra Messenger. 

EXiOCLTIVK council. 

Receiver General and Premier . . . Hon. Sir N. F. Belieau. 

Attorney General ^est Hon. J. A. Macdonald. 

Attorney General East Hon. G. Cartier. 

Minister of Finance , Hon. A. T. Gait. 

Provincial Secretary/ Hon. Wm. McDoucrall 

Postmaster General Hon. W. P. How land. 

Minister of Af/riculture Hod. T. D'Arcy McGec. 

President of the Council Hon. A. J. Ferguson Blair. 

Commissioner of Crown Lands . . Hon. A. Campbell. 

Coryn.issiotier of Puhlii; Works . •. . Hon. J. C. Chapais. 

Solicitor General Fast Hon. H. L. Langevin. 

Solicitor General West . . ... Hon. James Cockburn. 

Officers. — Wm. H. Lee, Clerk of Exocutive Council. Wm, A. 
Kimsworth, Assist, do. and Confidential Clerk. Moore A. Higgins, P. 
Vallerand, Olivier Cote, F. IL HiraswortJ^, H. Alexander, and W. H. 
Lee, Clerks. M. Naughton, Doorkeeper, and W, E. Morgan, Joseph 
Cairns, and Patrick Batterton, Messengers^ 



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Provincial Secretary's Office— Eastern Bmck. — Honorable 
Wm. McDougall, Provincial Secretary ; Etienne Parent, Assistant Sec- 
retary L. C. ; E. A.Meredith, Assistant Secretary U. C. ; Thos. Rosj<, 
Accountant of the Contingencies and Receiver of Marriage License Fees ; 
S. Tetu, W. H. Jones, J. 31. Tetu, and M. L. Amouroux, First Class 
Clerks, L. C. ; G. Powell, H. E. Steele, and Henry J. Morgan, First 
Class Clerks,, U. C. ; C. J. Birch, First Class Clerk, Engrossing Branch ; 
J. Gow, Office Keeper ; J. Dorr, J. N. Fradet, and Peter Logan, Mes- 
sengers. 

Provincial Registrar's' Department — Eastern Block. — The 
Hon. William McDougall, Provincial Registrar ; George H. Lane, 
Deputy Provincial Registrar, Amablc Belanger, Chief Clerk ; John A. 
Belanger, Ludger A. Cattellier, Alexander Begg, Jovite Vercheres De- 
Boucherville and William Morgan Goodcve, Clerks ; Maximo Valiquette, 
Chief Messenger and Office Keeper, Francois X. Valiquette, Assistant 
Messenger. 

Receiver General'Sj Office — Eastern Block — Hon. Sir N. 

F. Belleau, Kt., Receiver General ; Thos. D. Harington, Deputy do. ; 

G. C. ReifiFenstein, Chief and Debenture Clerk; T. C. Bramley, Book- 
keeper ; J.B. Stanton, W arrant Clerk ; F, Lewis, Bank Account Clerk ; 
J. F. Pellant, General Clerk; L. F. Dufresne, Clerk in charge of Muni- 
cipal Loan Fund of Upper and Lower Canada; C. W. Shay, General 
Clerk; F. Hunter, General Clerk and Accountant; J. B. H. Neeve, 
Stamp Acts Clerk ; F. L. Gasault, Office Keeper ; F. McCaffrey and 
N. Casault, Messengers. 

Ofhce of Minister of Finance— Eastern Block.— Hon. 
A. T. Gait, Minister of Finance; W. Dickinson, Dep. Inspector Gen- 
eral; Norris Godard, Chief Clerk and Provincial Book-keeper; John 
Drysdale and Archibald Cary, Book-keepers ; F. G. Scott, C. J. An- 
derson, J. A. Torrence, R. W. Baxter, R. H. McKay, P. Ryan, E. S. 
Wilson, W. A. Blackmore, H, A. Jones, Clerks ; D. Ryan, Housekeeper 
and Messenger ; P. Pender, Messenger. 

Auditor's Branch — Eastern Block. — John Langton, Auditor of 
Public Accounts ; Jno. Simpson, Aiasistant do. ; Thos. Cru?e, Book- 
keeper; T. D. Tims, do.; C. Cambie, Registrar of Free Binks ; A. Har- 
vey, Statistical Clerk; J, Patterson, E. C. Barber, G. M. Jurvis, W. A. 
Hall, Clerks ; J. Pender, Messenger. 

Customs and Excise Branch — Eastern Block. — R. S. M. Bouchette, 
Commissioner ; Thos. Worthington, Assist. Com. of Customs and Excise ; 
J. W. Peachy, Corresponding Clerk ; J. R. Audy, Clerkof Seizures and 
Forms; T. P. Robarts, Statistical Clerl. , H. H. Duffil, Statistical and 
Canal Office Clerk; G. M. Maillieue. P. E. Sheppard, Dr. L. O'Brien, 
H. C. Hay, W. A. Bell, and J. F. Brown, Check Clerks ; A. Brunei, 
Inspector of Excise ; R. Bell, Inspector of Canals ; H. Kavauagh, In- 
spector of Ports ; J. Wails, Messenger. 





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COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. 

Those marked tJms* are Warehousing Ports. 



Amherst* J. J. Fox. 
Amherstburg,* E. Anderson. 
Belleville* W. F. Meudell. 
Brant/ord,* J). Curtis. 
Brighton, D. Y. Leslie. 
Brockville* E, Webster. 
BurioeU, E. A. Dunham. 
Bfftoton,* D. Graham. 
Chatham,'^' J. G. Pennefathcr. 
Ohippeica* C. St. G. Yarwood. 
Clarenccville, Chas. Stewart. 
Clifton, W. Leggett. 
CoaticooJe,* J. Thompson. 
Coburg,* II. Easton. 
(Jolborne,^ Wm. Pring. 
Cornwall,* R. K. Bullock. 
Cramahe,* J. M. JMerriman. 
Dalhousie,* J. Lamb. 
Darlington,* A. Dixon. 
Dover,* W. H. Highmau. 
DunJas,* W. B. Gwyn. 
/^uTK/ee/!-- E. D. Phillips. 
Dunnville, W. A. Macrae. 
i;/ym, R. P. McMillan. 
i^or« i7ne,* R. Graham. 
FreligJtsburgh, F. J. Parker. 
Gananoque, J, Ormistou. 
Gaspe,* J. C. IJelleau. 
Goderich,* D. Cameron. 
Guelph,^' E. Carthew. 
Hamilton,* W. H. Kittson. 
Hemmingford, M. Sweet. 
Hope,* M. Whitehead. 
Kingston,* W. B. Simpson. 
KingsvlUe, J. King. 



Lacole, A. Holden. 
2/onrfow,* J. B. Strathy. 
Montreal,* (vacant.) 
Morrisburg, A. MoDonell. 
iVew Castle,* J. Fraser. 
Newcastle, H. Farncomb. 
Niagara,* J. W. Taylor. 
Oakville* R. K. Chisholm. 
Os/ta«)a,* C. Walsh. 
Owen Sound, W. Stephens. 
Paris,* F. H, Haycock. 
Penetanguishene, W. Simpson. 
Philipsburg, J. Henderson. 
Picton,* J. Roblin. 
Potton, Geo. Gunn. 
Prescott* A. Striker. 
Quebec* 3. W. Dunscomb. 
Queenston,* P. B. Clement. 
Rimouski.* P. L. Gauvreau, 
Roican, P. Bennett. 
Russelltown, R. Rogers, 
JSarnia,* J. Scully. 
Saugeen, W. Keith. 
Saw/^ S^c. ilfrtrtc,* J. Wilson. 
Stanley,* J. Hemphill, (acting.) 
Stanstead, C. Bullock. 
/SV. Johns,* W. MoCrae. 
Stratford, (vacant.) 
Sutton, B. Seaton. 
Toronto, Hon. R. Spence. 
Trenton,* A. Macaulay. 
Wallaceburgh, C. Fraser. 
Whitby,* W. Warren. 
IFinrfsor,* J. F. Elliott. 
Fborfs/oc^,* Jordan Charles. 



De! artment of Agriculture and Statistics — Eastern 
Block.— Hon. T. D. McGee, Minister of Agriculture; J. C. Tach^, 
Deputy to the Minister J Evelyn Campbell, Senior Clerk ; A.J. Cambie, 
Cashier and Patent Clerk j Stanislas Drapeau, W. H. Johnston, Statis- 
tical Clerks ; S. S. Finden, C. C. Neville, H. Cassegrain, J. W. O'Brien, 
Clerks; J. E. Lemieux, Housekeeper; J. Boily, B. Moreau, J. B. Lacroix, 
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Colonization Section. — B. de La Bru6re, Inspector of Agencies j 
Chas. Lesp6rance, Deputy Inspector of Agencies. 

Emigration Department. — Quebec — A. C. Buchanan, Chief Agent 
for Canada. Montreal — J. H. Daly, Agent. Ottawa — W. J. Wills, 
Agent. Toronto — J. A. Donaldson, Chief Agent for Canada West. 
Hamilton — Richard H. Rae, Agent. Kingston — James McPherson, 
Agent. 

Department op Public Works — Western Block. — Hon. J. C. 
Chapais, Commissioner; T. Trudeau, Deputy-Commissioner; F. Braun, 
Secretary. 

Engineering Branch. — J. Page, Chief Engineer; P. P. Rubidge, 
Assistant-Engineer; G. F. Baillarge, Engineer; P. Gauvreau, Archi- 
tect; C. McCarthy, J. Lo B. Ross, TJios. Munro, J. H. Rowan, J. B. 
Derome, E. H. Parent, C. E. Michaud andThos. Guerin, Draughtsmen ; 
S. McLaughlin, Photographer; J. N. Deslauriers, Messenger. 

Financial Branch. — J. Baine, Bookkeeper and Accountant ; G. 
Drolet, Assistant Bookkeeper ; F. Hamel, Assistant do., J. W. Harper, 
Clerk and Paymaster. 

Corresponding Branch. — T. B. French, Corresponding Clerk ; J. F. 
N. Bonneville, H. Jackson, J. R. Arnoldi, J. Walsh, H. A. Fissiault, 
G. Verret, Chas. Pope, 0. Dionne, Clerks ; H. Potvin, Messenger ; P. 
Ownes, Chief Messenger ; M.Walsh Assistant do. 

Official Arbitrators. — T. Kirkpatrick, Laurent A. Moreau, Hon. P. 
Vankoughnet ; F. H. Ennis, Secretary. 

Railway Department — Western Block. — Bmrd of Railway 
Commissioners.— The Hon. the Finance Minister, Chairman ; The 
Hon. the Minister of Finance; The Hon. the Chief Commissioner of 
Public Works ; The Hon. the Postmaster-General ; The Hon. the 
Receiver-General. 

Inspectors. — Touss. Trudeau, and T. Munro. 

Inspector for Special Purposes. — F. Slianly. 

Secretary. — J. G. Vansittart. 

Crown Lands Department— Western 'Block. — Commissioner, 
The.Hon. A.Oampbell; Assistant do., Andrew Russell; Deputy-Surveyor- 
General, J. Bouchette ; Accountant and Cashier, W. Ford. Head of 
Surveys, U. C, T. Devine, 

Surveyors and Draughtsmen. — E. T. Fletcher, P. L. Morin, G. G. 
Dunlevie, J. W. Bridgland, Edward Fox, E. E. Tach<5. Draughtsmen 
— J. F. Bouchette, S. P. Bauset, Baron Von-Koerber, A, L. Russell. 
Superintendent Woods and Foi-ests — P. M. Partridge. 

First Class Clerks — T. Hector, H. J. Jones, J. C. Tarbutt, W, F. 
Collins, F. T. Judah, E. A. Genereux, J. Alley, John Morphy, J. 
Tolmie, T. Hammond, F. A. Hall, J. V. G»le, W. F. Whitcher. 

Second Class Clerks — Alex. Kirkwood, A. J. Taylor, F. D. Dugal, 



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F. Chasse, L. A. Robitaille, D. A. Grant, J. J. Pendergast, G. B. Cowper, 
L. D. Lemoine, Thos. Morkill, W. B. Collins, D. C. Mackedie, G. E. 
Lindsay, Frank Norton, J. M. Grant, Geo. Van Felson, L. BertLelot, 
Worsley Ebbs, R. Nettle, H. B. Dufort, A. J. Scott. 

TJiird Class Clerks — J. Innis, D. G. B. Ross, R. H. Browne, R. 
H. Temple, Jno. Murphy, J. S. Thompson, J. R, Montgomery, J3. 
Thomas. Office Keeper—John Bradshaw, Messengers — Geo. Fisher, 
P. Potvin, P. Cahill, A. McDonald, C. Dumontier. 



Crown Land 

Admaston, Wm. Harris. 
Barrie, John Alexander. 
Berlin, H. S. Huber. 
Clontarf, C. F. Holterman. 
Durham, Wm. Jackson, 
Elora, James Ross. 
Goderich, Chas. Widder, 
Kingston, Jas. Maopherson. 
Ldndsay, G. M. Roche. 

Croton Land 

AUumttte Island, T. Smith, 
Arthabaskaville, A. Gagnon. 
Aylwin, M. McPean, 
Bergeronne, R. Boulianne. 
Calumet, F. X. Bastien. 
Carhton, J. N. Verge. 
Chelsea, Robert Farley. 
Chicoutimi, Vincent Martin. 
Clarendon, E. Heath. 
Deschambault, C. Marcotte. 
Frampton, Andrew Ross. 
Freh'ghshurgh, O. J. Kemp. 
Gaspe Basin, John Eden. 
GrenvUle, D. McMillan. 
Me Verte, L. N. Gauvreau. 
Lakefield, G. Rogers. 
Lambton, L. Labrecque. 
Leeds, John Hume. 
New Carlisle, J. A. LeBel. 
Quebec, McLean Stewart. 



Agents, Upper Canada. 

Madoc, M. P. Hayes, 
Orillia, J. R. Oliver. 
Pembro'ce, J. P. MoflFatt. 
Peterborough, John Carroll. 
Savgeen, Alex. McNabb. 
Saulte Ste. Marie, J. Wilson. 
Stratford, Jno. Sba.man, 
Tamworth, Fb. Perry. 

Agents, Lower Canada. 

Rawdon, Alex. Daly. 
Rimouski, J. B. LePage, 
Robinson, W. Farwell. 
Ste. Anne de Monts, C. Roy. 
St. Ambrose, Jules Bourgeois. 
Ste. A. de la Pocati, F. Deguise. 
St. Charles, S. V. Larue. 
Ste. Claire, F. Rouleau. 
St. Gervais, F. Lamontagne. 
Ste. G. de Brandon, J. Laporte. 
St. Gregoire, G. A. Bourgeois. 
St. J. Port Jolt, C. Fournier. 
St. Jerome, A. B. Lavallee. 
St, Raymond, Ig. P. Dery. 
St. Thomas, Fras. Tetu. 
Three Rivers, A. Dubord. 
Thurso, G. W. Cameron. 
Wendover, Wm. Shepherd. 
Wotton, J. T. LeBel. 



Crown Timber Agents. — Upper Ottawa. — A. J. Russell, Ottawa ; 
C. S. McNutt, Asst.; J. Richie, Clerk; D. Russell, Draughtsman ; E. 
T. Smith, Extra Clerk ; Richard Quino, Messenger. 

Lower Ottawa. — C. E. Belle, Montreal ; J. C. Courr'^Ues, Clerk. 

Ontario. — J. F. Way, Belleville ; J. A. Macinneg, Clerk. 



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Huron, Superior, and Peninsula of Ci.nada West. — J. R. Nasb, 
Toronto; F. W. Stayner, Assist.; J. F. Elliott, Sub- A.gent, Windsor. 

St. Maurice. — Al. Dubord, Three Rivers ; VVm. Lamb, Clerk. 

St. Francis. — Gerrard J. Naglo, St. Hyacinthe. 

Sagnenay. — Geo. Dubcrgcr, Chicoutiiui. 

Chaudiire and Madatoas/ca. — C. Dawson, Frascrvillo. 

Lower St. Lawrence — Chas. T. Dubo, Trc 'b Pistoles. 

Bais de Chaleurs. — Joseph N. Verge, Carleton, C. E. 

Collector at Quebec. — McLean Stewart, Quebec; W. O'Kane, Assist. ; 
John McKay, Clerk. 

Supervisor of Cullers. — Wm. Quinn, Quebec ; M. Harbeson, Deputy 
Supervisor ; Alex. Fraser, Book-keeper ; T. J. Walsh, Cashier ; J. T. 
Cooke, James Prehdcrgast, Pierre Miller, Francis Quinn, W. Laurriere, 
Lorenzo Hearne, Edward Duggan, Jos. E. Belland, Eugeue^Blondeau, 
Neil Stewart, Specification Clerks; Patrick Jordan, Office-keeper; C. 
|]. Belle, Deputy-Supervisor for Montreal and Sorel, Montreal. 

Fisheries Branch — Western Block. — W. F. Whitcher, Head of 
Branch ; S. P. Bauset, Clerk. Pierre Fortin, Stipendiary Magistrate 
for Protection of Fisheries, Lower St. Lawrence. 

Overseers — Lotcer Car.^da, — Joseph Bcaulieu, Mingan ; A. 
Comeau, Godbout ; A. Blais, South Shore River St. Lawrence ; 
Jos. Eden, jr., Gaspo Basin ; R. W. H. Dimock, New Richmond, 
B. Conly, Douglastown; Wm. Phclan, Port Daniel; J. M. Remon, 
I'iibos; F. Cook, Marie ; A. Fraser, Matapedia; J. B. Hall, Megantic; 
S. F. Copp, Georgevillc ; W. C. Willis, Sherbrookc ; D. McFarlane, 
Huntingdon. . 

Overseers — Upper Canada. — James K. Cameron, Cobourg ; W. H. 
Shipman, Port Perry ; Jno. W. Kerr, Hamilton ; P. Marentette, Sand- 
wich ; E. R. Jones, Sarnia ; P. Kiel, Wolfe Island ; H. Richards, 
Amherst Island ; John Eastwood, Southampton ; Jos. Wilson, Sault 
Ste. Marie ; C. J. Dupont, Manitowaning. 

Colonization Roads, C. W. — Superintendent, J. W. Bridg- 
land. 

Indian Lands Branch — Western Block. — Hon. Alex. Campbell, 
Supt. General of Indian Affairs ; William Spragge, Deputy-Supt. ; 
Michael Turner, Chief Clerk ; C. T. Walcot, Accountant ; L. Van- 
koughnet. Clerk ; J. P. M. Lecourt, Clerk ; B Jessop, Messenger ; 
Ellen Jessop, Housekeeper. W. R. Bartlett, Visiting Superintendent 
and Commissioner, Toronto; J. T. Gilkison, do., Branti'ord; R.Mac- 
kenzie, Sarnia ; C. T. Dupont, do., Monitoulin Island ; S. Colquhoun, 
do., St. Regis ; E. N. DeLormior, do., Laprairie ; David Laytoo, Sur- 
geon, Manitoulin Island ; McGregor Ironsides, Clerk and Interpreter, 
Manitoulin Island ; H. Andrews, Clerk, Brantford ; Jos. Jennesseaux, 
Schoolmaster, Manitoulin Island ; Rev. A. JamieBOO, Missionary, Wal- 
pole Island ; Rev. H. Chase, do., Cai^i^adoc, 



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OaDNANCE Land Branch, Ottawa — Ofi-'ioes at foot of Locks. 
— W. F. Coffin, Ordnance Land Agent; F P.. Austin, Clerk; W. 
Mills, Book-keeper and Accountant ; J. Forsyth, Laud Bailiff; John 
Callaghan, Office-keeper ; Ed. Houston, Messenger ; W. Fox, Caretaker, 
Hamilton; IL Goodman, do., Toronto. 

Boards for the Examination of Provincial Land Surveyors. 
— Upper Canada Board, — The Hon. the Commissioner of Crown 
Lands, ex-officio ; A. Russell, Assistant Commissioner of Crown Lauds ; 
Jos. Bouchette, Deputy Surveyor General; W. Hawkins, Toronto; 
Professor Chapt an, do. ; J. Stoughton Dennis, Weston ; Fred. F. Pass- 
more, Toronto; Thos. Dovine, Ottawa; T. F. Gibbs, Adolphustown. 
Secretary — Charles Unwin, Toronto. 

Lower Canada Board. — The Hon. tho Commissioner of Crown 
Lands, cx-ojicio ; Jos. Bouchette, Deputy Surveyor General ; Adolphus 
Larue, Quebec ; Chas. Francois Fournier, St. Jean Port Joli ; Joseph 
Hamel, Quebec; N. V. Lc Frangois, Ange Gardien; F. W. Blaiklock, 
Chas. P. F. Baillargo, and E. T. Fletcher, Quebec, Provincial Land 
Surveyors; Secretary, Wm. Blaiklock, Quebec; Examiner in Geology 
and Mineralogy, Sir W. E. Logan, &c. 

Crown Law Department — Eastern Block.— 

Attorney-General Upper Canada, Hou, J. A. Macdonald; 
Attorney-General Lower Canada, Hon. G. E. Cartier ; 
Solicitor General Upper Canada, Hon. Jas. Cockburn ; 
Solicitor General Lower Canada, Hon. H. L. Langcvin ; 
Clerk of Department, Geo. Futvoye; 

Clerks Atty-Gen., Upper Canada, H. Bernard, J. Stuart and C. 
Drinkwater ; 

Clerks Atty-Gon., Lower Canada, Jos. A. Defoy and L. Yl. Sicotte ; 
Messengers, P. Lynch and J. W. Gow. 

Post-Office Department — General Pott-Office — Western Block 
— Postmaster-General, Hon. W.P.Howland; Deputy Postmaster-General, 
Wm.H. Griffin ; Accountant, H.A. Wicksteed; Secretary, Wm. White ; 
Cashier, John Ashworth ; Superintendent Money Order Branch, P. 
Le Sueur. 

Clerks of First Class. — E.C. Hayden, R. Oliver, H. S. Weatherly, 
Peter Holt, J. C. Stewart, J. T. McCuaig. 

Clerks of Second Class. — J. Audette, J. Brophy, G . J . Mason, R. 
M. Julyan. 

Third Class. — J. Boyd, J. L. McMahon, B. H. Benjamin, Wm. D. 
Le Sueur, B. King, G. H. Hargrave, H.J. Garrett, H. W, Griffin. 

Fourth Class. — W. Berry, 0. Frechette, R. P. Davis, J. Wilson, 
J. McNab, J. C. Patterson, J. McDougall, G. O'Donohoe, Thos. Cross, 
R. J. Shaw. 

Ocean Mail Service. — Book-keeper, R. Sinclair. 

Inspection Branch. — John Dewe, G. E. Griffin, M. Sweetman, Edwin 
F. King, W. G. Sheppard. 



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Bill and Laio Stamp. — Book-keeper, D. Matheson. 
Office-keeper, Joli II TlaDafin; Messengers, W. D. O'BrieD, John 
Yorick. 

Adjutant General's Office. — Col. P. L. Macdougall, Adjutant- 
General; Lieui.-Col. the Hon. M. A. de Salaberry, Deputy- Adjutant- 
General, L. C. ; Jjieut. Col. Walker Powell, Deputy-Adjutant-General, 
U.C. J Robt. Berry, Chief Clerk and Accountant ; W. 11. Wright, Senior 
Clerk ; Thos. Wily, Chief Superintendent of Stores ; E. Gelinas, F. X. 
Lambert, C. H. O'Meara, Cyrille Junot, Grant Seymour, T, LaRose, 
and D. McLennan, Clerks. 

Department op Public Instruction, (3. W. — For the general 
administration of the Grammar and Common School Laws. 

Education Office, — Rev. Egerton Ryerson, D.D., LL.D., Chief 
Superintendent of Education ; John Geo. Hodgins, LL.B., F.R.G.S., 
Deputy Superintendent ; Alex. Marling, LL.B., Senior Clerk and 
Accountant; A. J. Williamson, Clerk of Correspondence; F. J. 
Taylor, Clerk of Statistics ; tF. T. R. Stinson, Assistant Clerk of Statis- 
tics. Office Messenger, James Moore. 

Depository Branch. — S. P. May, M. D., Clerk of Libraries; W. H. 
Atkinson, Depository Salesman ; Edward B. Cope, Assistant Clerk ; C. 
Aiderson, Depository Packer. C. Parsons, Assistant Depository Packer 
and Messenger. Offices in the ^' )rmal School Buildings, Toronto. 

Department op Public Instruction, C.E. — Hon. P. J. O. Chau- 
veau, Chief Superintendent of Education ; Louis Giard, Secretary ; 
Jas. J. Phelan, English Corresponding Clerk and Assistant Editor of 
the Lower Canada Journal of Education ; Alex, de Lusignan, Clerk 
of Statistics and Accounts; A. N. Montpetit, French Corresponding 
Clerk and Assistant Editor of Le Journal de V Instruction Publique ; 
Jacques Laparre, First Copying Clerk and Storekeeper : Jean B. Lenoir, 
Second Copying Clerk ; Paul Blouin, Messenger. 



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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF CANADA. 

The Hon. Ulric Josgph Tessieh, Speaker. 
LiPK Leoislativb ConNOiLLona. 



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NAMB AMD P. O. ADDRESS. 

Hon.J.Hamilton, Kingston. 
" P. H. Monre, 

ilfoo~e's Station, C.E. 
" G. J. Goodhue, 

London. 
" J. Ferrier, Montreal, 
" R. Matheson, Perth. 

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NAMB AND P. O. ADDRESt*. 

Hon. G. S. Boulton, 

Cobourg. 
" J. Leslie, Montreal. 
" F. A. Quesnel, Mont. 
" J. Ro83, Toronto. 
" S. Mills, Hamilton. 
" Louia Panet, Quebec. 



NAME AND P. O. ADDRISS. 

Hon. Sir N. F. Belleau, 

Quebec. 
" C. Wilson, Montreal. 
" B.Seymoar, Port Hope. 
" D.M.ArmstroDg, Sorel. 
" E. Perry, Cobourg. 
" W.H.DicksoDjiViogora. 



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Legislative Council — (Continued). 

ElIOTIVB LiaiBLATlVI COUNOILLORB, G. W. 



DIVISIONH. 

Bathur$t 

Brock 

Burlington.. .... 

Calaraqui 

Eastern 

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Hon 

11 

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II 
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NAMES. 

Jamea fliaw. 

A.J. F. Blair 

H. H. Bull 


I>. 0. ADDRIBi. 

.Smitb's Falls. 
..Quolpb. 
..Hamilton. 


Alex. Campbell 

Tbos. Bennett 

David Ghriitie 


..Kingatou. 
. Atbol. 
..Paris. 0. W. 


Gore 


Geo. Alexander 

James C. Aiklns.... 
David Reesor 


..Woodstock. 


Home 

Kini( 

Malahule 


II 
II 
II 


..RIcbview. 
a Markbara. 


K. Leonard. 

Win. McMaster 


..London. 


Midltind 


1. 
II 


..Toronto 


Newcastle 


Asa A. Burnbam.... 

James G. Gurrie 

John Simpson 

Robert Uoad 


. Cobourg. 
..St. Catharinea. 
..Bowmanville. 
..Belleville. 


Niagara. 

<iueen^i 

Quinti 

Rideau 

Saugeen 

St. Clair 


II 

II 
II 
II 
II 
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James Skead^ 

D. L. McPberson.... 

Alex. Vidal 

George Crawford . . 
Donald McDonald.. 

Ol'ver Blake 

BlUa Flint 


..Ottawa 

..Toronto. 

..Sarnia. 


67. Lawrence 


II 


..Brockville. 


I'ecumseh 

Thames 

Trent 


II 
II 
II 
II 
II 

Elective Le 


..Toronto. 
.Waterford. 

.RRllnvllIn 


Western 

Y^rk 

DITIBIONS. 


Walter McCrea Gbatbam. 

George W. Allan.. .Toronto. 

OISLAIIVR ConXOILLOHS, 0. E. 

NAMES. F. 0. ADDRISS. 



Alma.' Hon 

Bedfiyrd « 

De la Durantaye " 

Dela Villiire " 

De Lanaudiere " 

De Lorimier " 

De Salaberry " 

Orandville " 

Gulf " 

Inktrman " 

Kennebec " 

La Salle " 

Laurentides " 

Lauzon , " 

mile Isles " 

Montarville " 

Repenti^ny " 

Rl^aud " 

Rougemont " 

Saurel. " 



Shawenagan " 

Stadacona " 

VKtoria " 

Wellington " 



Josepii P. Armand..Rivi^re-de-Prairies. 

A. B. Foster Waterloo, 0. B. 

Josepb Noel Boss^-.. Quebec. 

J. Bte G. Proulx Nicolet. 

L.A.Olivier Berthier. 

J. 0. Bureau St. R6mi. 

Louis Renaud Montreal. 

Luc Lt. de St. Just.Kiviere-Otjelie. 

Ulric J. Tessier Quebec. 

Jobn Hamilton Hawkesbury. 

Cbas. Cormier Plessiisvillc, So>iuerset. 

A.J. Du- esnay .St. Catherines. Fos. 

David E. Price. Chicoutirai. 

E. H. J. Duca»*s»vAy. Ste. Marie, North Beauce. 
L. Dumoiuch«{|e.... St. Thersse de Blain. 

Louis La.:«Hte Boucberville. 

P. U. Arch*mbault..L'A8Somption. 
E. Prudbomme. ir... Tannery West. 

W. H. Chaffers St. C6saire. 

J. B Guevremeot Sorpl. 

Charles MallitHt Pf^iaie-du-Lac. 

J. E. OingraiS ..../uebec. 

Thomas Kymn V< otreal. 

Jobn S. Sanborn Socctrooke. 



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Permanent Officers. — J. P. Taylor, Clerk of tho Houae, Master in 
Ghaaoery, also Cashier and Accountant ; Robert LoMoinc, Dep. Clerk 
and Clerk Assistant, Master in Chancery, and Chief French Translator ; 
Feonings Taylor, Deputy Clerk and Clerk Assistant, Master in Chan- 
cery, and Acting Chief Office Clerk; J. E. Doucot, Additional Clerk 
Assistant, Additional French Translator, and Clerk of Private Bills ; 
\y. A. Maingy. Additional Clerk Assistant and 2nd Office Clerk ; J. 
Adamson, Clork of English Journals ; Victor Tossior, Clerk of French 
Journals ; A. A. Boucher, Additional French Translator and Clerk of 
Committees ; A Garneau, Additional French Translator ; C. W. Tr.ylor 
Assistant Accountant ; Neil W. McLean, English Writing Clerk and 
Assistant Clerk of Committees; John Walsh, English Writing Clork ; 
Rev. W. Agar Adamson, D. C. L., Chaplain and Librarian ; E. L. 
Montizambert, A. M., Law Clerk, (acting as English Translator) ; Ren6 
Kimber, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod ; Octave Fortier, Sergeant- 
at-Arms; E. Botterell, Doorkeeper; M. Keating, Chief Messenger; 
Samuel Skinner, Uousekeeper and Messenger ; L. J. Casault, Messen- 
ger to Library for Legislative Council ; J. B. Myrand, Postmaster, Peter 
Rattey, Antoino Laohance, Peter Dunn, Frederick Gilbert and A 
Boulet, Permanent Messengers; J. Doherty, R. Greer, S. Fraser, Z. 
Monder, A. Miller, J. Wingfield, Sessional 5lossengers ; A. Douair and 
C. Young, Pages. 

Address— To tho Honorable the Logislati^ j Council of the Province of 
Canada, in Parl:j,ment assembled. 

The Petition of 

{Place and date.) Humbly sheweth, That, &c. 



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Hon. Lbtvis WALLBBiDas, -^(teAker. 



OONStlTDIMCIU. 

Argenteuil 

Bagot 

Beauce 

Betuhornois 

Bellechaiie 

Berthier 

Bonaventure 

Brant, East Riding. . . 
Brant, Weit Riding. . . 

Brockville, Town 

Brome 

Carleton 

Chambly 

Champlain 

Charlevoit 

Chateaufuay 

Chicomtimi aad Saugtm... 



NAMES. 



p. O. ADDRESS. 



Hon. 



J. J. C. AH*.ott Montreal. 

" M, Lafru»l»«istt St. Hyacinthe. 

Henri E. Tascii«reau Quebec. 

,Paul Denis- Montreal. 

Ed. R^milUird Quebec. 

Anselne H. P«quet St. Cuthbert. 

Theodore Rt»*itaille New Garlislo. 

John Young Bown Brantford. 

Edmund B. Wood Brantford. 

F. H. Chambers Brockville. 

Ghriftopher Dunkin Enowlton. 

W. F. Powell Ottawa. 

.0. B. de Boacberville Boucherville. 

John Jones Ross St. Anne de la Perade. 

Adolphe Gagnon Baie St. Paul: 

Hon, L. H. Uolton Montreal. 

Pierre A. Trcmblay Ohicoutimi. 



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CONBTITDENCIBS. 



MAUBB. 



P. 0. ADDRIB8. 



Cdmpion John Henry Pope Gookshire, E. Townships. 

ComtoaU, Toton Hon. J. S. Macdonald Cornwall. 

Dorchester " H. L. Langevin Quebec. 

Drummond tf Arthabaska. .J. B. E. Dorion L'Arenir. 

Dundat John Sylvester Ross Iroquois. 

Durham, East Riding John Shuter Smith Port Hope. 

Durham, West Riding Henry Munro Newcastle. 

£lgin,East Biding Leonidas Harwell PortBurwell. 

Elgin, West Siding John Scoble St. Thomas. 

Essex Arthur Rankin Windsor. 

Frontenac Wm. Ferguson Kingston. 

Gaspe John LeBoutilier Qasp6 Basin. 

Glengarry Donald A. Macdonald Alexandria. 

GrenvUle, S.R WalterShanly Montreal. 

Grey George Jackson Bentinck, 

Haldimand David Thompson Indiana. 

Halton John White Milton. . 

EamiUon, City Charles Magill Hamilton. 

Hastings, N. R Thomas C. Wallbridge Belleville. 

Hastingt,S.R Hon. L. Wallbridge Belleville. 

Hochelaga Hon. A. A. Dorion Montreal. 

Huntingdon Robert B. Somerville Huntingdon. 

Huron ^ Bruee ..James Dickson Egmondville. 

Iberville Alexander Dufresnc Iberville. 

Jacques Cartier G. Gaucher St. Laurent. 

Joliette H. Cornellier St. Elizabeth. 

Kani$uraska ....Hon. Jean C. Chapais St. Denis (en bas). 

Eent Archibald McKellur Chatham. 

Kingston, City Hon. J. A. Macdonald Kingston. 

Lambton Alexander McKeuzie Lambton. 

Lanark,N. R Hon. W. McDougall Ottawa. 



Lanark, S. R, 



..Alexander Morris Montreal. 



Laprairie..., Alfred Pinsonneault Montreal. 

L'Assomption Louis Archambeault L'Assomption. 

Laval Joseph H. Bellerose St. Vincent de Paul. 

Leeds ^ Orenville, N. R Francis Jones Kemptville. 

Leeds, S.R DavidF. Jones Gananuque. 

Lennox ^ Addington Richard J. Gartwright Kingston. 

Levis Joseph G. Blanchet Levis. 

Lincoln Wm. McGiverin St. Catharines. 

L'Islet Louis B. Garon Quebec. 

London City Hon. John Oarling London. 

Lotbiniere Henri G. July Quebec. 

Maskinonge Moise Houde Riviere du Loup (en h). 

Megantic Geoige Irvine Quebec. 

Middlesex, E.R Crowell Willson Arva. 

Middlesex, W.R Thomas Scatcherd London. 

Missisquoi James O'Halloran Cowansville. 

Moracalm Joseph Dufresne St. Alexis. 

Montmagny Joseph 0. Beaubien .Montmagny. 

Mantmorency « Hon. Joseph Cauchon Quebec. 

MontrealEast Hon. G. E. Oartier Montreal. 

Montreal Ctnlie Hon. J. Rose Montrea*. 



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Legislative Assembly — (Continued). 



CONSTITaiNCIIS. 



NAHE3. 



F. 0. ADDRISB. 



Montreal Wett .Hon. Thomas D' A. McGee. Montreal. 

Napierville Sizte Coupal.^ Lacolle. 

Niagara Town Angus Morrison Toronto. 

Nicolet Joseph Gaudet Gentilly. 

Norfolk Aquila Walsh Simcoe. 

Northumberland, E.R J. L. Biggar Murray. 

Northumberland, W.R Hon. .Tas. Cockburn Cobourg. 

Ontario, H.R M. C. Oameron Toronto. 

Ontario, S. R T, N. Gibbs Whitby. 

Ottawa, City Joseph M. Currier Ottawa. 

Ottawa, County Alonzo Wright Hull. 

Oxford, S.R Hon. George Brown Toronto. 

Feel Hon. J. H. Oameron Toronto. 

Perth Robert MacFarlane. . . ,.. , .Stratford. 

Peterborough F. Wm. Haultain Peterborough. 

Pontiac John Poupore Chichester. 

Portneuf. Jean T. Brousseau Quebec. 

Prescott Thomas Higginson Hawkesbury, 

Prince Edward Walter Ross Picton. 

Quebec, East Pierre J. Huot Quebec. 

Quebec, Centre Hon. I. Thibaudeau Quebec. 

Quebec, West Hon. Oharles AUeyn Quebec. 

Quebec, County Hon. F. Evanturel Quebec. 

Renfrew Robert Mclntyre Renfrew. 

Richmond & Wolfe Wm. H. Webb Melbourne, 

Richelieu Joseph F. Perrault Montreal. 

Rimouski George Sylvian Rimouski. 

Rouville Joseph F. Poulin Marieville. 

Russell Robert Bell Ottawa. 

St. Hyacinth R6mi Raymond St. Hyacinth. 

Saint John's Frangeis Bonrassa Montreal. 

Saint Maurice,. Oharles Lajoie Tamachiche. 

Shefford .Hon. L. S. Huntington.... Sheffbrd. 

Sherbrooke Town Hon. Alex. T. Gait Sherbrooke. 

Simcoe, N.R Thos. D. McOonkey Barric. 

Simcoe, S. R .Thomas R.Ferguson Gookstown. 

Soulanges Wm. Duckett Ooteau Landing. 

Stansteud Albert Knight Stanstead. 

Stormont Samuel Ault. Aultsville. 

Temiscouata John Bte. Pouliot Riviere du Loup (en has). 

Terrebonne ....L. LabrSche Viger Montreal. 

Three Rivers, City Charles B. DeNiverville . . . Three Rivers. 

Toronto, East John Macdonald Toronto. 

Toronto, West Alexander M. Smith Toronto. 

Two Mountains Jean B. Daoust St. Eustache. 

Vaudreuil A. 0. de L. Harwood Vaudreuil. 

Vercheres Felix Geoflfrion...' Vercheres. 

Victoria James W. Dunsford Lindsay. 

Waterloo, N. R J. E. Bowan St. Jacob's Waterloo. 

Waterloo, S.R. James Cowan Gait. 

Wetland , Thomas 0. Street Ohippawa. 

Wellington, N. R Thomas S. Parker Guelph. 

Wellington, S.R David Stirton Guelph. 



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CONSTITUBNOIEB. KAUBS. P. O. ADDRKSB. 

• Wentworthi N. R ....James McMonies "Waterdown. 

Wentworth, S. R Joseph Kymal Barton. 

Tamaska Moise Fortier St. David, 0. E. 

Tork, N. R James P. Wells King. 

York,E. R Amos Wright Richmond Hill. 

lork, W. R Hon. W. P. Howland Toronto. 

Permanent Officers, — W. B. Lindsay, Clerk of the House ; George 
M. Muir and Alfred Patrick, Deputy Clerks, Clerks Assistant, and 
Commissioners for administering oaths to Members ; Herman Poetter, 
Clerk of Votes. 

Law Department. — G. W. Wicksteed, Law Clerk ; F. Badgley, 
Assistant Law Clerk and Chief English Translator ; E. P. Dorion, As- 
sistant Law Clerk and Chief French Translator. 

Accountant's Department. — Thos. Vaux, Accountant; Joshua 
Staasfeld, Assistant do. and Bookkeeper. 

Routine and B,ecords Department. — William Spink, Clerk of 
Routine and Records ; F. McGillivray, Assistant do. 

General Department. — Henry Hartney, Chief Office Clerk and 
Clerk to Printing Committee ; H. B. Stuart, English Writing Clerk ; 
Edward Dencchaud, French do. ; A. G. D. Taylor, T. H. Blais, H. R. 
Smith, 0. C. de la Chevrotiere, Henry Lindsay, J. S. Sloane, P. E. 
Smith, John Notman, F. N. Belcourt, C. Panet, Junior Clerks. 

Committee Department. — J. P. Leprohon, First Assistant Clerk 
of Committee ; F. X. Blanchet, Second do. 

Private Bill Department. — Alfred Todd, Chief Clerk of Pri- 
vate Bills ; T. Patrick, 2nd do. and Clerk Railway Committee. 

Translator's Depatrment. — W. Fanning, Translator of Votes 
and Proceedings : J. G. CouraoUes, Jos. Royal, J. F. Gingras, E. Blain, 
Assistant French Translators ; C. A. Gagnon, General Assistant and 
Proof Corrector ; Wm. Wilson, F. Hayes, Wm. Wilson, jr., Assistant 
English Translators ; G. H. Macaulay, Assistant English Translator and 
Speaker's Secretary. 

Journal Department. — W. B. Ross, English Journal Clerk; 
W. H. Lemoine, French Journal Clerk ; P. Rivet, Assistant French 
Journal Clerk. 

Library Department. — Alpheus Todd, Librarian ; A. G. Lajoie, 
Assistant Librarian ; A. Laperriere, Library Clerk. 

Post Office Department. — R. Defries, Postmaster ; Joseph Blais, 
Assistant Postmaster. 

Sergeant-at-Arm8 Department, — D. W. Macdonell, Sergeant- 
at-Arms ) A. L. Cardinal, Chief Messenger ; M. McCarthy, Assistaot 



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Messenger; O.Vincent, James Hoy, Library Messengert j J. O'Connor, 
Door-Keeper; R. Bailie, Edward Storr, Assistant Door-keepers ; Joseph 
Lemonde, Speaker's Messenger; Ed. Pelletier, Wm. Graham, Ed. 
Steaoy, Joseph Assellu, Etienne Roy, P. Buckley, Joseph Turgeon, 
Joseph Brown, O. Roborge, Messengers. 



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CITY GOVEBNMENT. 

City Council — Mayor, M. K. Dickinson. 

By Ward. — Aldermen, Henry J. Friel, Isidore Traversy 
cilmen, John Heney, Eugene Martineau. 

Ottawa Ward, — Aldermen, James Goodwin, Isaac Berichon. 
Oouncilmen, John C. Goulden, John B. Guerard. 

St. George's Ward. — Aldermen, William Mosgrove, Donald 
Dow. Councilmen, William C. Wood, Thomas St^rmer. 

Victoria Ward. — Aldermen, James Cunningham, John Lang- 
ford. Councilmen, David Scott, John Rowat. 

Wellington Ward. — Aldermen, Alex. Scott, Henry McCor- 
mick. Councilmen, Lyma ~\ 'kins, Francis Abbott. 

Corporation Office- 3-<{crk, W. P. Lett; Collector, G. H. 
Preston ; High Bailiff, it. lioss ; Chief Constable, Thos. Langrell ; 
Chamberlain, W.H.Thompson; Messenger, Michael Nile. 

Police Commissioners. — The Mayor, the Recorder, and Police 
Magistrate. 

Recorder's Court. — Recorder, J. B. Lewis ; Clerk, W. P. Lett ; 
High Bailiff, Roderick Ross ; Crier, Ed. Armstrong. Days of Sitting: 
First Monday in Mar6h, June, September, and the third Monday in 
December. 

Police Court. — Police Magistrate, M. O'Gara ; Clerk, W. P. Lett. 
Sittings : 9} a.m. every week day. Constables, Neil Morrison, John 
Little, Edward John O'Niel (Detective), Frederick Davis, Magloire 
Berichon, Francis Kilby, Michael Nile, Joseph Levecque, Wm. A. 
Cameron, Francis Ritchie, Paul Favreau, John Brown. 

Coroners. — George Patterson, Dr. Van Cortlandt, and Dr. Riel. 

School Trustees. — Meetings are held the first Thursday in the 
month at the City Hall. Local Superintendent, Wm. Cousans ; Chair- 
man of Board, James D. Slater ; Secretary of Board, James Joynt. 

Common School Trustees. — Victoria Ward, Alexander Work- 
man and David Scott ; Wellington Ward, J. D. Slater and Francis 
Abbott ; St. George's Ward, C. R. Cunningham and Roderick Ross ; 
By Ward, Thomas H. Kirby and George May ; Ottawa Ward, Thomas 



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at 7 p.m., in the City Hall. 

KoMAN Catholic Separate School Tkustees. — Victoria War^, 
Chas. McCarron, Edward Proulx and Rev. J. L. O'Connor ; Wellington 
Ward, E, J. O'Niel, Rev. Charles Cooke and Samuel Albert ; St. George's 
Ward, Daniel Goode and Charles ' Laporte ; By Ward, T. P. O'Brien, 
Dr. St. Jean and L. j Grison; Ottawa Ward, Dr. Duhamel, Antoine 
Champagne and John Jlancy. Lewis Tasse, Secretary. 

Ottawa City Registry Office — Metcalfe, between Queen and 
Sparks streets, Alexander Burritt, Registrar ; Thos. Sproule, Deputy 
Registrar; Thomas J. Potter, Copying Clerk, Office hours from 10 a.m. 
to 3 p. m. 

COUNTY AND JUDICIAL OFFICERS. 

County Officers. — County Town, Ottawa — J. Holmen, Warden ; Z. 
Wilson, Treasurer j Edward Bearm^-a, Clerk ; J. B. Lewis, Solicitor ; 
Hueston and Corbitt, County Auditors, and Auditors of School Moneys ; 
Dr. Grant, Surgeon" of the Gaol. 

Judicial Officers. — Christopher Armstrong, County Judge j John 
Wilson, Master and Deputy-Registrar in Chancery, Ottawa; Robert 
Lyon, Deputy County Judge ; Robert Lees, County Attorney ; Simon 
Fraser, Sheriff, Ottawa ; James Bailiff, Deputy Sheriff, Ottawa ; James 
Fraser, Deputy Clerk of Crown, Clerk County Court, and Registrar of 
Surrogate, Ottawa ; E. Sherwood, Registrar, Ottawa ; Wm. Schofield, 
Deputy-Registrar ; Robt. Lees, Clerk of the Peace, Ottawa. 

County of Carleton Registry Office. — Edward Sherwood, Registrar ; 
Wm. Schofield, Deputy-Registrar. Office hours from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

COURTS. 

County Court. — Presided over by a rfisident Judge in each County. 
Their jurisdiction extends to all personal actions where the debt or 
(damages jlaimed do not exceed £50 ; and to all suits relating to debt, 
covenant, or contract, where the amount is ascertained by the acts of 
the parties or signature of the defendant to £100 ; and to all bail bonds 
or recognizances of bail given in the County Court to any amount ; but 
not to cases involving the title to lands, validity of wills, actions for 
libel, slander, crim. con. or seduction. An appeal lies to either of the 
Superior Courts of Law. These courts also possess equity powers to the 
amount of £50, subject to an appeal to the Court of Chancery. 

Officers of Court. — Judge, Chris. Armstrong ; James Fraser, Clerk. 

Court of Quarter Sessions. — Chris. Armstrong, Chairman. This court 
is held four times a year for trials by jury in cases of larceny, misde- 
meanor, and other offences. 

Court of Chancery. — John Wilson, Master and Deputy-Registrar for 
the County of Carleton. 

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testamentary matters and causes, and to the granting or revoking of 
probate of wills, and letters of administration ot the effects of deceased 
persons having estate or effects in Upper Canada, and all matters arising 
out of, or connected with the grant or revooatioi of probate or adminis< 
tration, subject to an appeal to the Court of Chancery. Tiib County 
Judges are also Judges of the Surrogate Court. 

Law Circuit8.—-ThQ Circuits are held twice a year in each county ; 
between Hilary and Easter Terms, and between Trinity and Michael- 
mi ,9 terms. Clerk of Assizes — Deputy Clerk of the Crown, ex-officio. 

Jjivuion Courts.— For the summary disposal of cases by a Judge, 
but a jury of five persons may be demanded in certain cases. Their 
jurisdiction extends to action of debt or contract amounting to £25, 
injuries or torts to \ ersonal chatties amounting to £10, but not to actions 
for gambling debts. Hquor drunk in a tavern, or notes of hand given 
therefor, ejectment, title to land, etc., or any toll, custom or franchise, 
will or settlement, malicious prosecution, libel, slander, orim. con., 
seduction, or breach of promise, or actions against a J. P., for anything 
done bj him in the execution of his office, if he objects to it. Courts 
are held once in two months in each division or oftener, at the discre- 
tion of the Judge. The Divisions are established by the Courts of 
Quarter Sessions. There are six Divisions in the County of Carleton. 
The following are the names of the clerks, and the places of holding 
the courts : — 

No. 1, comprising the City of Ottawa and township of Nepean, and 
part of Grloucester. Geo. R. Burke, clerk. 

No. 2, comprising the Village of Richmond, township of 
bourne, and part of Marlborough. John A. Bnrson, clerk. 

No. 8, comprising the townships of Huntley and March. 
Fenton, clerk. 

No. 4, comprising the townships of Fitzroy and Torbolton. 
liam Pigott, clerk. 

No. 5, comprising the township of North Gower and part of Marl- 
borough. William Cowan, clerk. 

No. 6, comprising the township of Osgoode and pait of Gloucester. 
Ira Morgan, clerk, village of Metcalfe, Osgoode. 



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OTTAWA AND PEE800TT RAILWAY. 

General Offices, Desbarat's building, Sparks street, Ottawa. Superin- 
tendent's Office at Railway Station, Prescott, C. W. Length of road, 
54 miles. 

Manaoinq Director Thcmaa Rei/noldf, 

Superintendent. ,,* .,, T. S. Dttlor, 

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Engineer. 
Chief Clerk. 
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B. BillingZf junior. 
W. Ronaldson. 



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OT/ A GAS COMPANY. 

President, Edward On. j, Vice-President, S. Howell. Directors: 
H. 0. Burritt, J. M. Currier, M.P.P., Nl S. Blasdell, Horace Merrill, 
Thos. Patterson, M. S. Stevenson, Gr. B. L. Fellowes. D. W. Coward, 
Secretary-Treasurer. The Works are situated on King street, between 
Rideau and York. James Perry, Manager. 

• OTTAWA ASSOCIATION OF LUMBER MANUFACTURERS. 

Allan Gilmour, President; Richard McConnell, Vice-President; 
David Moore, Joseph Aumond, Levi Young, Hon. James Skead, and 
Robert Conroy, Directors; Robert Skead, Treasurer; G. H. Perry, 
Secretary; Hon. James Skead, David Moore and the Secretary, Audit 
Committee. 

MADAWASKA RIVER IMPROYEMENT COMPANY. 

Hon. James Skead, Daniel McLaohlin, Robert Conroy and Edward 
Griffin, Directors; Robt. Conroy, President; Edward Griffin, Vice- 
President and Treasurer; John Clancy, Secretary; Hon. James Skead, 
Managing Director. Business office, Workman and Griffin's, Rideau 
street. 

CUSTOM HOUSE. 

Office, Elgin Street, — Duncan Graham, Collector ; Major A. Douglas, 
Surveyor ; Joseph S. Lee, Clerk ; Alex. Heney, Ist Landing Waiter ; 
John Little, 2nd Landing Waiter ; John Rowland, Messenger, Office 
hours from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

BOARD OF TRADE. 

Officers 1866 — Hon. James Skead, President; Ed. McGillivray, Vice- 
President; G. H. Perry, Secretary; H. V. Noel, Treasurer. 

CROWN TIMBER. 

Office, corner Hugh and ^^ueen streets. — A. J. Russell, Agent, and In- 
spector of Crown Timber Agencies of Canada ; C S. McNutt, Assistant; 
James Ritchie, Clerk ; David Russell, Draughtsman ; fldward T. Smith, 
Temporary Clerk ; Robert Mills, Messenger. 

RIDEAU CANAL. 

Office, 126 Wellington street. — James D. Slater, Superiot?p(Jeiit; 
Martin Carmen, Clerk } Francis AfhliQtt, Forewau of Works, 



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Office, Middle street. — Horace Merrill, Superinteodent ; David Scott, 
Clerk and Accountant ; George Johnson, Messenger. 

BYTOWN AND N£PEAN ROAD OOMPANY. 

George Arnold, President ; Chas. H. Pinhey, Secretary and Trea- 
surer ; James D. Slater, George Arnold, Robert Grant. William Gra- 
ham, Directors ; Reeve for time being of Nepean^ John Dawson. 

OTTAWA rOST OFFICE. 

G. P. Baker, Postmaster; H. G. Dunlieve, (of Quebec Post Office), 
Government and Foreign Mail Clerk ; W. H. ClufF, Deputy Postmaster ; 
J, T. Bartram, General Delivery ; Frank Hawkins, Tv indow Olerk ; 
Edward Clu£f, Accountant; William Rice, Registery Clerk; Edgar 
Fly nn, Assistant. Letter Carriers — Lower Town: M. Kilby; Upper 
Town : A. Philion. 

CHURCHES. 

Christ's Church {Church of England) — Sparks street. — Rev. J. S. 
Lauder, M.A., Rector ; Parsonage adjoining Church. Hours of service, 
11 a.m., 31 p.m., and 7 p.m. Organist, H. R. Fripp. 

Chapel of Ease (^Gfiurch of England) — Sussex street. — Rev. J. S. 
Lauder, M.A., Rector. Hours of service, 11 a.m. aud 6 p.m. 

St. /""ban's, (^durch of England) — Now in course of erection. 
Services ^re held at present in the Court House, Daly street, at 11 a.m., 
and 4 p.m. Rev. Dr. Jones, Rector. 

St. Andrew's (^Church of Scotland) — Wellington street. — Rev. 
Dr. Alexander Spence, Minister ; residence, Sparks, between Sally and 
Bay streets ; Rev. H. J. McLarday, Assistant ; residence, Wellington 
street. Hours of service, 11 a.m. and 6i p,m. 

Knox's {Eree) Church — Daly street. — Rev. Thomas Wardrope, 
Minister ; residence, Stewart st. Hours of service, 11 a.m. and 6^ p.m. 

Bank Street (^Free) Church. — Rev. William Moore, Minister. Hours 
of service 11 a.m. and 6^ p.m. 

Congregational — Corner of Albert and Elgin streets. — Rev. J. Elliott, 
Minister ; residence, Sparks street, between Sally ? ..d Bay. Hours of 
service, 11 a.m., and 6i p.m. 

Wedeyan Methodist Church — Metcalte, corner of Queen street.— Revs. 
J. Douse and H. Reason, Ministers. Services 10^ a.m. and 6^ p.m. 

Methodist Episcopal Cliureh — Corner of York & Dalhousie streets. 
— Rev W. E. Johnson, Minister, Services 10 J a.m. and 6* p.m. 

Methodist Episcopal Church— corner of Queen and Bridge streets, 
LeBreton's Flats. — Rev. E. S. Howard, Minister. Services lOJ a.m. 
and 6i p.m. 

Baptist Church — Queen, between Elgin and Metcalfe streets. — Rev. 
Daniel McPhail, Minister. Services 11 a.m. and 6^ p.m. 



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St. Andrew's Church (Roman Catholic). — Rev. Mr. MoGrath, 
P. P. Hours of service, 10 a. m. and 7 p. m., from Eaater until St. 
Michael's Day ; 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. from St. Michael's until Easter. 

Cathedral Notre Dame (Roman Catholic). — Rev. D. Dandurand, 
Vicar-General. Hours of service, 6, 8 and 10 a. m. and 7 p.m., from 
Easter until St. Michael's Day; 6; 8 and 10 a.m., and 6 p.m. from St. 
Michael's until Easter. Organist, Mr. Dessert. 

St. Joseph's Church (Roman Catholic). — Rev. J. F. Guillard, 
P. P. Hours of Divine Service, Sundays and Holydays, Mass at 8 and 
10 a. m. from Easter until the Feast of St. Michael. Vespers 7 p. m. 
Organist, Mrs. P. Ryan. 

Ottawa College. — His Lordship Jos. Eng. Bruno Guigues, Bishop of 
Ottawa; Vicar-General, R. P., D. Dandurand, 0. M. I. ; J.L. O'Connor, 
Secretary. 

Notre Dame Cathedral. — Resident Priests, D. Dandurand, Vicar- 
General ; Parish Priests, M. MoUoy and Rev. j^neas Dawson, Long 
Island. 

St. Joseph (L. T.) — Res. Priest, J. Guillard. 

St. Andrew ( U. T.)— Res. Priest, J. J. McGrath. 

N. D. de Bonsecours (Hull). — Res. Priest, H. Reboul. 

Chaplain of General Hospital. — Res. Priest, F. A. Grenier. 

Ottawa Seminary. — Resident Priests, J. H. Ryan, J. M. Tortel, J. 
Guillard. 

Ottawa College. — Resident Priests, J. H. Ryan, T. B. Baudin, 
A. Dorbuel, J. Lavoie, G. Cavanagh, — Mourier, J. xiarrett, J. Mc- 
Carthy. 

Hudson's Bay Mission. — Res. Priests, J. M. Pian, L. Lebret, Resi- 
dence, St. Claude, on the Temiskaming River, (L.C.) 

Shanty Mission. — Res. Priests, L. Reboul and Laperce. 

Parishes in Lower Canada. — J. Lynch, Allumettes; J. Lavin, 
Vicar ; L. Ouellet, Calumet ; A. 0. Malley, Portage-du-Fort ; A. B. 
Casey, Onslow; J. Michel, Aylmer; P. McGoey, Chelsea; C. Gay, 
Wakefield; L. Fremont, La Pgche ; Res. Priests, D^l^age, L. Babel, N. D. 
du Desert; J. Chaine, La Gatineau; L. Jouvent and J. Brady, Buck- 
ingham ; C. Guillaume, S. Andr^ Avellin ; J. David, Ste. Ang^lique de 
Papineauville ; M. Bourassa, Montebello ; J. Mancip, St. Philippe de 
Chatam; M. Desaunhac, Lochaber ; O.Boucher, Ripon. 

Parishes in Upper Canada. — T. Duhamel, East Hawkesbury; A. 
Brunet, I'Orignal ; C. Bertrand, Plantagenet ; J.| McCormack, V icar ; 
O.Boucher, Cumberland; M. Morell, Castor Russell; J. A. Chaine, 
St. Joseph de Gloucester ; T. O'Boyle, Osgoode ; J. O'Brien, Visitation 
de Gloucester ; P. O'Connel, Richmond ; E. Vaughan, Huntley ; J. J. 
Collins, Pakeaham ; J. Bouvier, Renfrew ; M. Rougier, Vicar ; J. 
Byrne, Eganville ; D. Jelmont, Vicar ; J. Gillie, Pembroke P 
Codey, Brudenell, (Opeongo road.) 



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Ottaxoa Auxiliary Bible Society. — Officers : George Hay, Pres- 
ident; William Clegg, William Cousens, William Hamilton and James 
W. Bridgland, Vice-Presidents ; Rev. Thomas Wardrope, Corresponding 
Secretary ; Rov. J. Elliott, Recording Secretary ; George May, Trea- 
surer; »fohn Durie, Depository. Committee: Hon. Malcolm Cameron, 
Dr. J. A. Grant, Dr. H. Hill, Dr. Whiteside, Messrs. James Allen, G. 
R. BIyth, John Brown, C. Cambie, F. G. Crosby, G. E. Elliot, Thoa. 
Gallagher, Robert Hunter, Thomas Hunton, S. Howell, P. LeSueur, 
W. A. MttcAgy, John MoKinnon, Wm. Minore, J. McMillan, Henry 
McCormick, James Ogilvy, Mathew Patterson, James Rochester, Jas. 
Stewart, J, Thorburn, J. Tracy, and all the resident Protestant Clergy 
of the city. 

Irish Protestant Benevolent Association of Ottawa, — OflBcers of the 
Society, 1866.— President : W. F. Powell, M. P. P.; First Vice-Pres- 
ident, George Patterson ; Second Vice-President, Peter A. Egleson, 
senior; Treasurer, Henry McCormick; Recording Secretary, Thomas 
Sproule ; Assistant Secretary, Abraham Pratt; Corresponding Secretary, 
T. J. O'Connor ; Chaplain, Rev. J. S. Lauder. Council, Messrs. George 
Shouldis, John McCarthy, Thomas McCIoy, Richard Bishop, Samuel 
Rathwell, James Clarke, William Cousens, Francis Abbott and George 
H. Perry ; Auditors, Richard Abbot and J. S. Sloane. 

Magdalen Asylum — Sisters of the Good Shepherd (established 
1866). — Madame Jerome, Superioress. Ottawa street between Glouces- 
ter and Chapel. 

St. Joseph's Orphan's Home — North side Bolton, between Sussex 
and Dalhousie. 

St Patrick's Orphan's Home — South side Church, between DaK 
housie and Sussex streets, near Dalhousie. 

Protestant Orphan's Home — ^Bank street, near corner of Maria. 

Ottawa Convent. — Corner Sussex and Nunnery streets ; establish- 
ed 1845 ; now under the charge of the Rev. Mother Bruyere, Superioress. 

General Hospital. — Under the superintendence of the Sisters of 
Charity. Dr. Hill, Consulting Physician ; Dr. Beanbien, Surgeon. 

County of Carleton General Protestant Hospital, OWaioa.— Presi- 
dent, Judge Armstrong; Treasurer, Alexander Workman; Secretary, 
Roderick Ross ; Steward, George Sadler ; Matron, Mrs. Sadler. Con- 
sulting Physicians : H. Hill, M.R.C.S., (London), Ed. Vanoortlandt, 
M.R.C.S., (London). Attending Physicians : Drs. Grant, McGillivray, 
McKenzie, Henry and Sweetland. 

Society of St. Vincent de Paul — Conference of Our Lady. — 
Spiritual Director, Rev. Mr. Molloy ; President, John O'Reilly ; Vice- 
President, Wm. Kennedy; Secretary, Robert O'Reilly; Treasurer, 
Thos. Coffey ; Librarian, James Devlin ; Patron of Schools, John 
O'Reilly, M.D. Meets every Sunday at 2 o'clock, p.m., at its new hall, 
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Sodeti St. de Paul d' Ottawa. — J. Bte. Richer, President; Kd. 
Milhotte, 1st Vice-President ; H. Pinard, 2nd Vice-President ; Charles 
Pioh6, Secretary ; Flavien Roohon, Treasurer. Meeting hall, opposite 
French Oathedral : meets every Sunday at two o'clock, p.m. The object 
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Bank of BritUih North America, Ottawa Branch — Office, 140 
Wellington street. — A. C. Kelty, Manager ; John P. Lawless, Account- 
ant ; W. Tomlinson, Teller. 

Bank of Montreal, Ottawa Branch — 202, Wellington street. — 
V Andrew Drummond, Manager ; J. A. Stewart, Accountant ; D. J. 
Crawford, Teller; E. W.Strathy, Assistant-Teller; Deposit ledger- 
keeper, George Brown : Government Clerks, F. G. Lewis and B. Tassie ; 
W. D. Powell; Clerk; F. Steele, Messenger. 

Bank of Upper Canada, Ottawa Branch — Office, Wellington 
street. — R. S. Cassels, Manager; John H. Pinhey, Accountant; H. J. 
Campbell, Teller; T. W. Holt, Clerk. 

Quebec Bank, Ottawa Branch — Wellington street. — H. V. Noel, 
Manager; C. V. Noel, Toller; E. Crombie, Accountant; Thomas 
McKinnon, Clerk. 

Ontario Bank (^Branch at Ottawa).-— WiWiam Wade, Manager; 
A. C. Mowbray, Accountant; S. A. McMurtry, Teller ; G. Mann, Teller 
in Savings Department. Office : north east corner Sparks and Metcalf. 

Ro^al Canadian Bank — (Branch at Ottawa.) — Office, 77 Sparks st., 
Desbaratii' building. W. P. Hayes, Manager ; Charles Grassett, Teller. 



NEWSPAPERS. 

" The Ottawa Citiebn," published Daily and Weekly, by I. B. 
Taylor, Editor and Proprietor. The *' Citizen '* is now in its twenty- 
second year, and was originally established as the " Bytown Packet." 
Office, No. 20i Rideau street, Ottawa. Subscription price — Daily $6, 
and Weekly $1, in advance, per annum. 

" The Canada Gazette " : George E. Desbarats, publisher. 
Office, Desbarats' Building, corner of Sparks and O'Connor streets. 

" The Evening Post :" (Daily and Weekly), by C. E. Stewart & 
Co., proprietors. S. I. Jones, publisher. Office, Metcalfe, south of 
Sparks street. Subscription price — Daily, $4 ; Weekly, $1 per annum 
infadvance. 

" The Ottawa Times :" (Daily and Weekly)— Geo. Cotton & Co., 
proprietors and publishers. Office, 56 Sparks street. Daily, $5, and 
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"The Daily News:" Andrew Wilson & Son, editors and pro- 
prietors. Offioe,*St. Paul, between Nicholas and Ottawa streets. Sub- 
scription price— 84 per annum. 

" Le Canada :" (French) Tri-weekly and Weekly — Duvemay 
Bros., publishers and proprietors. (^^Boe, 26 York street. 

"The Bee :" a Weekly— comic and satirical — newspaper, publish- 
ed every Saturday, for the proprietors. One Dollar per year. 



MASONIC. 

Royal Arch — Carhton R. A. Chapter No. 16, 6\ R. — Ex. Comp., 
H. A. Sims, Z. ; J. P. Featherston, past Z. j T. C. Clarke, H. ; R. Lyon, 
J. Comp., Fred. Marett, Scribe *).; Alex. Burritt, Scribe N. ; Ex. 
Comp., D. M. Grant, Treasurer ; Comp., Geo Clarke, Prin. Sojourner; 
Jas. Starke, Senior Assistant do. ; Geo. Cox, Junior Assistant d(i. ; J. 
Sweetman, Janitor. Meets in the Masonic Hall, Elgin street, on the 
second Monday in each month. 

Corinthian Lodge, A. F. & A. M, No. 59 C. R—W. R. Thistle, 
W.M.; I. B.Taylor, P.M.; G. Logan, S.W. ; Robert Watson, J.W. ; 
A. Burritt, Treas. ; Fred. Marett, Secy. ; A. Campbell, S.D. ; E. P. 
Remon, J.D. ; Thos. Patterson, I. G. ; J. Sweetman, Tyler. Meets on 
the third Thursday on each month. 

Dalhotisin Lodge, No. 571, E. R. — Regular meetings 1st Tuesday 
of every month. Established 8th June, 1848. Officers: Frank D. 
Tims, W.M. ; H. Merrill, P.M. ; J. MaoDonald, S.W. ; J. T. Bartram, 
J.W.; N. S. BlasdcU, Treasurer ; W Hay, Secretary; H. F. McCarthy, 
S.D.; A. N. Peck, J.D. ; S. G. Stone, Chaplain; W. Morrison, A. 
Matthewman, Stewar^j; E.Spencer, I.G. ; J. Sweetman, Tyler. 

Doric Lodge, F. dk A. M., No. 58, G. R. C. — Instituted, March 
28, 1855. Meets on the first Wednesday in each month, at the Masonic 
Hall, Elgin street. Officers, J. P. Featherston, W.M. ; J. J. Gemmell, 
S.W. ; Andrew Christie, J.W. ; Rev. C. B. Pettit, Chaplain ; C. T. 
Thomas, Treasurer ; D. P. Williams, Secretary ; W. F. Bonsall, S.D. ; 
Edwd. Bearman, J.D. ; Samuel Rathwcll, I.G. ; John McCarthy, Tyler ; 
R. R. Hamilton and G. A. Hawkins, Stewards. 

Citit Service Lodge, F. & A. M., No. 148, G. R. C— Regular 
meetings, 2nd Tuesday of the month, at Masonic Hall, Elgin street. 
Organized 1861. Officers, W. M.. Jas. H. Rowan ; P. M., W. Spink ; 
S. W., Thos. Monro; J. W., B. Kinp:; Chaplain, T. Bedford Jones; 
Treasurer, J. Y. Gale; Secretary „G. C. Reiffenatein ; S. D., H. S. Wea- 
therley; J. D., P. St. Hill; Dir. Cer., J. W. Harper; Stewards, H. J. 
Garrett and — Ebbs ; I. G., Alex. Cambie; Tyler, John Sweetman. 

Builders' Lodge, F. & A. M., No. 177, G. R. (7.— Elgin street. 
Instituted 22Qd August, ] 865. Regular meetbgs, Fridays, go or before 



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full moon. Officers, W. M., Henry A. Sims; S. W., Joha MoRac ; 
.]. W., Samuel Rogers; Treasurer, James Robertson; Secretary, Thos. 
Painter; S. D., Wni. M. Beattie ; J. D., T. M. Currier; M. C, Oeorgo 
Clarke ; Stewards, Jas. Salmon and Rod. Katon ; I. G., Jas. Straohan ; 
Tyler, John McCarthy. 



LOYAL ORANQE ASSOCIATION, B. N. A. 

Loyal Orange County Lodge of the County of Carleton. — Meets 
flemi-annually. Officers for 1866 : John Holmes. (Huntley), W. C. M. ; 
James Beaman (North Gower), W. D. C. M. ; CoUor M. Church, M. 
D., (Hazledean), Secretary; Wm. Elliott (North Gower), Treasurer; 
Simpson, (Richmond), C. Chap.; Coller M. Church, (Hazledean), C. 
Dir. Cer. 

Ottawa Loyal Orange District Lodge — No. 4, of the County of 
Carleton, meets quarterly in the Orange Hal!, Wellington square. Upper 
Ottawa. Officers for 1866: Abraham Pratt, W.D.M.; John Porter, 
W.D. D.M. ; John McCarthy, Treasurer; Thomas Sproule, Secretary; 
Henry McCormick, D.C. ; Francis Link, D. Dir. Cer. 

Private Lodges. — Loyal Orange Lodge No. 47 — Meets on tho 
2nd Monday of each month, in the Orange Hall, Wellington square, 
Upper Town. Officers for 1866: W. F. Powell, M.P.P., W.M. ; 
James Clarke, W.D. M. ; Francis Clemow, Secretary; Thomas Nelson, 
Treasurer ; Wm. Wood, F. C. 

Loyal Orange Lodge No. 119 — Meets on the 1st Tuesday of 
each month, in tho Orango Hall, Cumberland street, Lower Town. 
Officers for 1866 : John Porter, W.M. ; Hugh Davis, W.D.M. ; Henry 
McCormick, Treasurer ; Samuel Rathwell, Secretary ; William Porter, 
F. C. 

Loyal Orange Loc^e No. 126 — Meets on the 2nd Monday of 
each month, in the Orange Hall, Queen street, Central Ottawa. Officers 
for 1866: Richard Bishop, W.M.; T. J. 0'Coi.nor, W.D. M.; 
John McCarthy, Treasurer; Thomas Sproule, Secretary; Francis 
Abbott, F. C. 

Loyal Orange Lodge No. 221 — Meets in the Orange Hall, Wel- 
lington square. Upper Town, on the 1st Tuesday of each month. 
Officers for 1866: Abraham Pratt, W.M. ; Henry J. Borbridge, W.D.M.; 
ArchibaM Graham, Treasurer ; John Greene, Sec. ; John Molntyre, 
F. C. 

Loyal Orange Lodge No. 227 — Meets in the Orange Hall, Wel- 
lington square, Upper Town, on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. 
Officers for 1866 : John Langford, W. M.; Frank Graham, W.D.M. ; 
Francis Link, Treasurer; Thomas Clarke, Secretary ; Solomon Edwards. 
F.C. 



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NATIONAL, LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES. 

St. George't Society. — Incorporated by Act of the Provincial Parlia- 
ment, 24 Victoria, cap. 141. Officers: President, John Rochester ; Ist 
Vice-President, T. D. Harington; 2nd Vice-President, Thos. Starmer;' 
Chaplains, Revs. Dr. Strong, C. 0. Codd, J. Douse, T. D. Phillips, — 
Earlio and H. Reason ; Physicians, H. Hill, M.D. and H. Mount, M.D. ; 
Treasurer, C. T. Thomas; Secretary, W. Mills; Assistant-Secretary, 
D. Williams ; Auditors, Edward Routh and — Rogers ; Solicitor, E. P. 
Remon ; Committee of Management, James Slocombo, James Vear, F. 
Hallandal, — Rrown, James Salmon, H. Gough and C. T. Walcott. 
Stewards, W. R. Howes, W. Cartney, John Rray and F. Satchell. 

St. Andreic'n Society. — E. MoUillivray, President ; A. Mann, 1st 
Vice-President; James Peacock, 2nd Vice-President ; J. P. Robert- 
son, Hon. Secretary ; J. Middleton, Assistant-Secretary; James Fraser, 
Treasurer; Rev. Dr. Spence, Chaplain ; Dr. McQillivray, Physician. 

St. Patrick' a Literary Association. — The Society meets every 
Tuesday evening, in the St. Patrick's Hall, Sussex street, opposite 
Notre Dame Cathedral. The library and reading-room are open every 
evening from 7 to 10. Officers: R. H. McGreevy, President; W. 
Finley, 1st Vice-President; Thomas Kehoe, 2nd Vice-President ; John 
Heney, Treasurer ; James McCarron, Recording Secretary ; J. J. 
Murphy, Assistant Recording Secretary ; H. Gallagher, Cor. Secretary. 

Union of St. Joseph d' Ottawa. — Andr6 Gravelle, President; Paul 
Monettc, Ist Vice-President; Eliso Laverdure, 2nd Vice-President ; 
Flavieu Rochon, Secretary ; Arthur Groulz, Assistant-Secretary; Louis 
Adolphe Rocquc, Collector and Treasurer ; John Coombs, Librarian. 

St. Jean Baptiste Societe. — (Organized in 1852). — Meets in Can- 
adian Institute Hall. Alderman Traversy, President; Isidore Cham- 
pagne, 1st. Vice-President ; J. Royal, 2nd vice-President ; Horace 
Lapierre, Recording Secretary ; Henri Parent, Corresponding Secretary ; 
Romuald Lapierre, Treasurer ; P. St. Jean, M.D,, F. X. Valade, M. D., 
Edouard Proulx and Charles Lepage, Marshals ; Rev. D. Dandurand, 
Vicar-General, Chaplain. 

French Canadian Institute — (Organized 1848). — Meets in their own 
Hall, opposite Notre Dame Cathedral, every Thursday evening. The 
Library and Reading-room are open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m; The library 
contains 650 volumes. Dr. St. Jean, President; A. T. Defoy, 1st Vice- 
President ; H. Lapierre, 2nd Vice-President ; G. Taillon, Secretary ; 
Dr. Valade, Cor. Secretary ; Eugene Tetu, Treasurer ; L. A. Gri;ion, 
Librarian ; Committee, Alexis Foisy, F. Belcourt, F. Chasse?, G. A. 
Pinard. G. V. Miohaud, F. X. Groulx. 

Mechanics' Institute and Athenseum. — Trustees for the year 1866 : 
H. J. Friel, James Cunningham, J. P. Robertson, TV. P. Lett, J. P. 
MoPherson, A. Mathewman, Wm. Porter, C. R. Cunningham, Wm. 
Hamilton, Jas. Adams, Jas. Tracey, John Middleton, James Dyke, E. 



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P. RemoD, Wm. Daok, James Lindsay, W. J. Eraser, W. J. Henry, 
A. S. Woodburn, Thos. Patterson. Office Bearers : President, H. J. 
Friel j 1st Vice-President, C. R. Cunningham ; 2nd Vice-President, A. 
S. Woodburn; Treasurer, Jas. Cunningham; Corresponding Secretary, 
W. P. Lett; Recording Secretary, E. P. Remon ; Hon. Librarian, J.P. 
Robertson. Managing Committee: C. R. Cunningham, Chairman; 
Thos. Patterson, A. S. Woodburn, Wm. Porter, H. J. T^riel and E. P. 
Remon, members ex-officio ; Librarian, J. B. Steaoy. 

Ottaica Natural History Society. — The Society makes monthly 
excursions during the summer ; and an Essay connected with Natural 
History is read monthly. Officers : N. B. Webster, A.M., President ; 
T.' Austin, 1st Vice-President ; Rev. T.D. Phillips, 2nd Vice-President; 
W, White, Socratary ; James Ogiivy, Treasurer; Dr. Vancortlandt, 
Curator. Council of Management: J. Thorburn, M. A,, Dr. McGilli- 
vray, and S. Rathwell. 

Ottaica Literary Association, — Organized Ist April, 1863, " for 
the improvement of its members in literature, composition, rhetoric and 
debate, and the promotion of their intellectual, social, and moral advance- 
ment." Meets every Wednesday evening, in McCarthy's Hall, Central 
Town. J. P. Robinson, President ; Wm. A. Lamb, Vice-President ; 
J. H. Llcyd, Treasurer; J. H. Ford, Secretary. 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 

College of Ottawa — (Founded in 1848).— The present fine and sub- 
stantial buildings were erected of cut stone in 1858, at a cost of $70,000. 
During the present year it has an attendance of 130 students. The 
library contains 3,000 volumes. Very Rev. J. H. Ryan, Superior; Rev. 
A. Tortel, Director of Grand Seminary ; Rev. Mr. Lavoie, Professor of 
Mathematics; Rev 6. Cavanagh, Professor of Philosophy; Rev. A. 
Dorbucl, Professor of Rhetoric and Literature; Rot. J. B. Baudin, 
Bursar; Rev. Mr. Mourier, Professor of French; Revs. Messrs. G. 
Barrett, McCarthy, Collins, Lombard, Flynn, Gagn^, and Vaillancourt, 
Professors ; Rev. J. Lefebvre, Disciplinarian. 

Ottawa Senior Grammar School — Queen street, near Elgin. — J. 
Thorburn, M. A., Principal; J. McMillan, B. A., Second Master; 
Mons. Donelly, French Master; Lieut.-Col. Wily, Drill Instructor. 
Trustees: Edwd. McGillivray, President; Rev. Dr. Spence, Rev. Thos. 
Wardrope, Rev. J. S. Lauder, A. M., Judge Armstrong, Geo: Hay, D. 
Campbell and W. H. Walker. 

Officers of the Educational Inifitute of Central Canada. — President, 
J. Thorburn, M. A.; 1st Vice-President, Rev. T. D. Phillipps, M.A. ; 
2nd Vice-President, Rev. Wm. Lochead; 3rd Vice-President, N. B. 
Webster, M.A. ; 4th Vice-President, Judge Armstrong ; Secretary, J. 
McMillan, 6.A. ; Treasurer, S. Rathwell. General Committee : Revs. 



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J. Whyto, B. A., C. B. Pettit, B. A., J. M. Gourlay, and Messrs. J. P. 
Robertson, Wm. Cousens and J. Tomkins. 

Teachers of Common Schools, City of Ottawa,, 1866. — Victoria 
Ward, Le Breton's Flat : William Stewart, and Miss M. Stewart, assist- 
ant. Victoria Terrace: Duncan Robertson, and Miss Alice Sparks. 
Engine House, Wellington Ward : Miss Elizabeth Murray, and Miss 
A. Latimer, assistant. Central School, Wellington Ward : Archibald 
Smirl, Miss B. Carson, assistant. St. George's Ward : John P. Robert- 
son, Miss R. C. Flemming, Miss J. Murphy and Miss S. Humphreys, 
assistants. Ottawa Ward : L. Rathwell, and Miss E. A. Langrell, 
assistant. By Ward : Miss C. Langrell, Miss G. Geddes, assistant. 

British American Commercial College. — Established in 1866, in 
connection with the British Ainerican Commercial 'Colleges in Toronto 
and Hamilton) — Musgrove and Wright, Proprietors. This Institution 
is designed to educate young men for business by imparting to them a 
thorough and practical knowledge of Book-keeping in all its branches, 
by double and single entry, adapted to general Mercantile Business, 
Manufacturing, Mining, Milling, Forwarding and Commission Business, 
Foreign Exchange, Jobbing, Steamboat, Railroad, and Banking 
Business. Penmanship, Commercial Arithmatic, Commercial Law, 
Mercantile Correspou ience and Spelling. Life Scholarships are issued, 
entitling the holder to an unlimited time to complete or review his 
studies. Classes in Telegraphing and Phonography are established in 
connection with each Institution, and the proprietors spare no pains to 
increase the usefulness and exalt the character of these institutions. 

St. Mary\ Academy. — 264 Wellington street, near the corner of 
Upper Town Market square. — Number of pupils, forty. Under the 
direction of the Grey Sisters. English, French, Music and Drawing 
are taught. ' 

St. Bridget's School — 262, Wellington street. — Under the direction 
of the Grey Sisters. Number of pupils, one hundred and fifteen — 
branches of Education, English and French. 

Roman Catholic Separate School Teachers. — Upper Town, Wel- 
lington Ward, Mr. Nolan j Victoria Ward, Miss A. Haoket. Lower Town 
English Schools, J. and R. O'Reilly, Murray street, near Dalhousie. 
French Schools, — TassS and C. Rich^. Female Schools, Sisters of 
Charity : Sister Goulet, Sister D' Amour, Sister Sparrow, Sister Tierney, 
and Sister Bertrand. The school is called Notre Dame, the English 
branches and French are taught. 

Ottawa Classical and Commercial School. — Under the patronage 
of his Lordship the Bishop of Ontario — 285, Wellington street. Prin- 
cipal: Rev. T. D. Phillips, M.A., Scholar and Prizeman, University of 
Trinity College, Toronto ; house. New Edinburgh. Classical and Mat'^e- 
matioal Assistant : Mr. H. Phillips. French Master, Mons. Dorion ; 
Singing Master, H. B. Fripp, Esq. ; Drawing Master, C. A. Newell, Esq. 



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Ottawa Collegiate School. — H. J. Borthwick, PriDcipal. School 
Boom, Rojal Victoria Hotel Buildings. 

Young Ladies* Academy — King street, between Rideau and Parry, 
Ottawa. — Mrs. J. H. Mahon, Principal. All the Branches of an Eng- 
lish Education are taught, also the French, Latin, and Italian langagcs. 
Music, Embroidery, Hair-work, Pencil Drawing, Monochromatic Draw- 
ing, Painting in Water Colors, Oil Painting, Oriental Painting, &c. &c. 

Young Ladies' Academy. — Mrs. J. W. Small, Principal— 312, Wel- 
lington street. The branches taught are English, French, Music and 
Drawing, &c. 

Young Ladies' Institute. — Established in 1864. — Miss A. M. Harmon, 
Principal. English, French, Music, and Drawing. No. of pupils 40. 

PRIVATE AND SELECT SCHOOLS. 

Centre Town School — Mrs. Hackett, Principal ; Corner of Queen 
and Metcalfe streets. 

Misses Wigley's Private School — Corner of Nicholas and St, Paul 
streets. 

James Maloney's Private School — No. 67, Clarence street. 






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SONS OF TEMFEdANCE. 

Bytown Division, No. 234, Sons of Temperance'. — Meets every 
Monday evening at 8 o'clock, at the Mechanics' Institute Hall, Sparks 
street, Ottawa. Information, with regard to this Order, can at any 
time be had from Mr. J. T. M. Hannum, D. G. W. P., Broker, and 
Mr. George Hay, P. W. P., Merchant, Sparks street ; Mr. Geo. Maclean 
Rose, P. G. W. P., Publisher, Sally street, and Mr. J. Cook, P. W. P., 
Builder, Queen street. 



FIBE BRIGADE. 

Chaudiire Fire Company, No.l. — Organized 1840. — Meetings are held 
the first Thursday in every month at the Firemen's Hall, Sally street, 
corner of Queen. Captain, John Langford ; 2nd Captain, Francis Link ; 
Engineeer, Philemon Wright j Secretary, J. Swcetman ; Bugler Patrick 
Coleman. 

Ottawa Fire Company, No. 1. — Organized 1852. — Number of mem- 
bers 60. Meetings are held on the first Wedr.esday of every month 
at the Firemen's Hall, Murra: street, between Sussex and Dalhousit 
Captain, John Phelan ; 2nd Captain Wm Walsh ; 1st Lieut., Patrick 
Slattery; 2nd Lieut., Thomas Lacey ; Secretary, Thomas Carroll; 
Treasurer, Thomas Kehoe ; Engineer, James Murphy; 2Dd Engineer, 
John Kehoe. 

Rideau Fire Company. — Alexis Foisy, Captain ; Raphael Hurte- 
bise, Lieutenant ; Louis A, Grison, Secrett^ry and Treasurer j W?dftrd 



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Bodoin, Assistant-Secretary ; Amable Beauohamp, 1st Engineer; One- 
sime Barrette, 2nd Engineer ; Paul Hogue and Joseph Rainville, Branch- 
men ; Joseph Gardepie, Foreman of Hose ; Jean Larose, Bugler. 

Queen Fire Company — Manager and Treasurer, James Egleson 
Captain, P. Favreau, 2nd Captain, J. B. Guerard; Lieut. A. Goodwin; 
Secretary, I. N. Berichon ; Assistant Secretary, P. Sinnett ; Bugler, 
A. Kiel ; 1st Branchman, H. Lapierree ; 2nd do., A. Reid ; Engineer, 
G. Wallingford. 

Central Hook & Ladder Company — Officers ; Frank Graham, 
Captain ; A. Mathewman, 1st Lieut. ; George Forsyth, 2nd Lieut. ; J. 
H. Ford, Secretary; J. S. Nicholson, Treasurer; J. Marshall, Engi- 
neer. 

Lower Town Hook & Ladder Comjiany — Organized in 1855.' — No. 
of members, 25. Meetings are held at St. Vincent de Paul Hall, 
opposite the Cathedral. Captain, Damase Roy ; Lieut. Wm. Cameron ; 
Secretary and treasurer, Olivier Groulx ; Assistant-Secretary, Paul 
Monet; Engineers, Paul Loyierand Louis Lafontaine. 

BANDS. 

CJiaudiere Brass Band — Organized in 1863. — Meets for practice 
at the Upper Town Firemens' Hall, Mondays and Thursdays. George 
S. Sutherland, Bandmaster. 

Gowan's Brass and String Bands — Meet for practice at Rideau 
street, near the corner of Mosgrove. James H. Gowan, Bandmaster. 

Queen Fire Company's Brass Band. — Karl M. Fehr, Bandmaster. 



AQBICULTUBAL COMPANIES. 

Royal Horticultural Society of Ottawa — Organized in 1862. — 
Officers: President, Dr. Hill; Vice-Presidents, R. Surtees and N. B. 
Webster ; Treasurer, E. Spencer ; Secretary, A. Harvey. Council : 
Messrs. J. Henderson, A. Mutchmor, A. S. Woodburn, W. Hutchison, 
F. G. French, Dr. C. Leggo, C. R. Cunningham, F. G. Crosby, W. 
Kerr, P. Fairburn, A. Lumsden and Dr. J. Leggo. 

County of Carleton Agricidtural Society. — Officers : D. Kennedy, 
President; T. M. Robertson, 1st Vice-President ; James Davidson, 2nd 
Vice-President. Directors : John Dawson, Thomas Clark, Thomas 
Anderson, Robert Bayne, W. Corbett, jr., Thomas Graham, W. Gra- 
ham. Secretary and Treasurer, A. S. Woodburn. 

County of Russell Af/rirultural Society, — This agricultural society 
was organized on the 18th February, 1858, and includes the townships 
of Osgoode rnd Gloucester, for agricultural purposes ; average about 
100 members. The amount of funds paid over by the treasurer to the 
township societies and for premiums, was $1164. Officers : John Ken- 
nedy, Osgoode, President; Archibald McKellar, Gloucester, 1st Vice- 



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President ; William Eadie, Russell, 2nd Vice-President ; Ira Morgan, 
Secretary and Treasurer. Donald Robertson and Daniel McLaughlin, 
Gloucester ; G. G. Dunning, Cumberland ; Alexander Stewart. Russell ; 
Thomas Gold, Duncan Kennedy and Daniel Cameron, jun., Osgoode, 
Directors. Mr. Bell. M.P.P. for Russell, presents a gold medal to the 
Society, to be awarded to the best ploughman of the Society each year. 



CLUBS. 

Ottawa Skating and Curling Oub, -Rinks on Slater street, near 
Elgin Street. — Directors: J. M. Currier, M. P. P., President j C. T. 
Bate, Vice-President; W. Wade, Treasurer; B. Batson, Manager of 
Rinks; C. H. Carriere, Secretary ; Robert Lyon, Alfred Patrick. 

Ottawa LaCrosse Club — Meetings are held on the second Monday in 
each month, at Hamilton's Hotel. Officers : John G. CuUen, President ; 
Joseph Esmonde, Vice-President ; Thomas BirkeW, Secretary and 
Treasurer; Edward CluflF, Captain. 

Victoria LaCrosse Club. — W. H. Lindsay, President; J. P. Robert- 
son, Vice-President; C. Hutchison, Secretary and Treasurer: Manag- 
ing Committee, G. W. Brown, S. K. Lough, A. Russell, P. Riel, 
L. Besserer. Patron, His Excellency the Governor General. Hon. 
Patrons, Members of the Executive Council. Honorary Members, J. 
Aumond, W. Wade, ^. M. Currier. 

Young Canadian LaCrosse Club. — Officers: I. Richer, President; 
E. Chevrier, Vice-President j E. Prud'homme, Treasurer ; N. Berichon, 
Secretary ; A. Riel, Umpire. 

Ottawa Cricket Club. — Meetings are held at the Russell House. 
Annual meetings for the election of officers, 1st Monday in May. T. D. 
Harington, President ; Robert Lyon, Vice President ; H. Phillips, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer. Committee : W. H. Aumond, G. P. Baker, E. 
H. Benjamin, C. S. Scott, E. Hester. 

Rideau Club. — No. 200 Wellington street. — Incorporated, 1865. 
Hon. J. A. Macdonald, President; Hon. J. S, Macdonald, Chairmau 
Executive Committee; John Ashworth, Treasurer; Robert Sinclair, 
Secretary ; William Kennedy, House Steward. 



TELEGBAFH COMPANIES. 

Montreal Telegraph Company. — Main < ffice, II Metcalfe street, 
between Sparks ana Wellington. Branch Offices, Parliament Building 
and Russell House. A. W. Bethune Manager ; Jas. h.. Parr, Robert 
Barclay, and George Dalgelish, Operators ; Geo. F. McDoaald Receivin<> 
Clerk. Office hours, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

Provincial Telegraph Company » — Office, 17 i Spark? street. Geo. W, 
CarletoD, Manager. 



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Ottawa Permanent Building Society. — Inoorporated January, 1858. 
Regular meetings, secoad Thursday of every month. Office, No, 19 
Sparks street. James Fraser, President ; William Hay, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

Ottawa Union Building Society. — Jas. Egleson, President ; Wm, 
Hunton, Vice-President. Directors: Thomas Hanley, Hugh Davis, 
James Robertson, Samuel Rathwell, and Dr. G. Riel. Geo. N. Burke, 
Secretary and Treasurer ; Robert Lees, Solicitor. 

Civil Service Building and Savings Society. — President, John Lang- 
ton, M.A., Auditor; Vice-President, W. H. Griffin, Deputy Postmaster 
General. Directors, E. A. Meredith, LL.D., Assistant Secretary, West ; 
G. E. Desbarats; J. F. Taylor, Clerk of the Legislative Council j John 
Ashworth, Cashiei, Post Office Department; Alfred Todd, Chief Clerk, 
Private Bill Office, Legislative Assembly. Secretary and Treasurer, 
Arthur Harvey, Audit Officer Solicitor, H. Bernard; Crown Law De- 
partment: Bankers, the Bank of Montreal. 



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Albert, from Canal Basia to Richmond Road. 
Angu&ta, 7th street (east of Sussex) from Ottawa street to Theodore. 
Baird, running from the Ottawa to Rideau River, aurth of station. 
Bank, 5th street west of Canal, running »>outh from Ottawa iiiver to 

soutbeni limits. 
Bay street, 8th street west of Canal, running south from W<'lUagtou to 

Ashburnham Hill. 
Besserer, li'om Ottawa street to Kideau River. 
Biddy, from Kideau ih-Xid west to Ashbutoham Hill. 
Bolton, (Letter O) friw;, Ottawa to Ride?\u River, second street south ci' 

Railway Station. 
Bolton, from Sussex east o King, Stii from Rideau street. 
Boteler, running east {xom Ontawa to Rideau River, first street south of 

ilailway Station, 
Bridge, from Perkina' north to Chaudi^re Island. 
Britannia Terrace, from Pooley's bridge, north to Montreal, LeBreit.a's F. 
Broad, from Richmond road north to Albert Island, LeBreton's Fiat. 
By, (west) from Eideau Canal, west to Ashburnham Hill. 
By, ^east) from Rideau Canal east to Rideau River. 
C^rletoD, running north from Carleton square to Baird street. 
Cufhoart, from Ottawa to Rideau River east, 9th street from Rideau. 
Catlicart, from Victoria Terrace to Queen street, LeBreton's Flat. 
Cedar, 1 th street south of Richmond road — Rochester Survey — running 

west from division. 
Centre, (east) from Rideau Canal, east to Rideau river. 
Centre, (west) from Rideau Canal, west to Ashburnham Hill. 
Chapel, 6th, east of Sussex, running from Park, south to Theodore. 
Chufles, (west) 9th street, south of Maria, running west from Esther to 

concession line. 
Charlotte, 9th, east of Sussex, running from Rideau River south, to 

Theodore street. 
Charlotte (west) 7th street, south of Maria, running west from Esther 

to concession line. 
Chaudidre, Chaudidre IsLnd. 

Church, east from Sussex to King, continuation eastward Napoleon. 
Clarence, from Sussex, east to King. 
Clegg, from Canal, east to Rideau river. 
Coburgh, 8th street east of Sussex, running from Ottawa street, south to 

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CoDcessioa Line, running south from George on west side of Christ 

Church to southern limits. 
Cumberland, 2nd, east of Sussex, running south from Cuthcart square to 

southern limits. 
Didfiousi?. 1st, east of Sussex, running north from Ilidcau to Ottawa riv^ 
Ditly, froTTi Nicholas or Court House Avenue east to Rideau river. 
DivisioP; (western limits) south from Richmond road, Rochester survey. 
Duko, Iron Queen, northwest to Bridge street. 
Eiyi.i, frc-n tVdlington, south to southern limits. 
Elm, 2ad street south of Richmond road, Rochester survey, running 

west from division. 
Esther, or uontinuation of Bank street, commences at Maria running 

south -■■> limits. 
Traitk, or co Vitinuatiou of Sally street, running from Maria, south to limits. 
GeorpjC, from Sussex, east to Cumberland. 
r-,;orge, (U. T.) continuation of Wellington to Pooley's Bridge. 
C'juoestcr, (U. T.) from Rideau Canal west, to Ashburnham Hill. 
Gloucester, 5tb, east of Sussex, running from Park street, south to limits. 
Halliford, (west) 10th street, south of Maria, running west from Esther 

to concession line. 
Henry, (west) 8th street south ot Maria, running west from Esther to 

concession line. 
Holmes, (west) 8th street, south of Maria, running west from Esther to 

concession line. 
Hugh or Kent, 6th street, west of canal, running south from Ottawa 

river to southern limits. 
Jacob, from Rideau Canal, east to Rideau river. 
Kenneth, running from Maria, south to limits. 
Kent or Hugh, 2nd street west of Government hill, between Wellington 

and Ottawa River. 
King, 8rd, east of Sussex, running south from Rideau river to southern 

limits. 
Lawrence, from Canal, east to Riueau river. 

Lloyd, from" Victoria Terrace, north to Duke street, LeBreton's Flat. 
McKay, running from the Ottawa to Rideau river, north of R. R. station. 
McTaggart, running east from Ottawa river to Rideau river. 
Maple, 1st street, south of Richmond road, Rochester survey, running 

west from division. 
Maria, <frt>m Rideau Canal, west to Richmond road. 
Market Square, between Clarence and York, Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Metcalfe, 3rd st. west of Canal, running south from Wellington to Maria. 
Metcalfe Square, north of Railway station. 
Middle, Victoria Island. 
Montreal, LeBreton's Flat. 
Murray, from Sussex, east to King. 

Napoleon, continuation of Church from King to Rideau river. 
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southern limits. 
Nepean, from Rideau Canal, west to Ashburnham Hill. 
O'Connor, 4th st. west of caoal, running south from Wellington to Maria. 
Oregon, west from Bridge street to Ottawa river. 
Ottawa, from Cathcart, west to Ottawa river, LeBreton's Flat. 
Ottawa, (L. T.) continuation of St. P&triok, from King to Rideau river. 
Park, continuation of St. Andrew, from King to Rideau river. 
Parry, from King, east to Anglesea square. 
Percy, running from Maria to southern limits. 
Perkins, west from Cathcart to western limits, LeBreton's Flat. 
Preston, 2nd street west of division, running south from Richmond road 

Rochester survey. 
Princess, (west) 4th street south of Maria, running west from Esther to 

concession line. 
Queen, west from Pooley's bridge to Ottawa river, LeBreton's Flat. 
Queen, from Canal basin, west to conoessiua line. 
Rear, between Hugh and Sally, 2nd street north of Wellington. 
Redpath, running from Metcalfe square to Rideau river. 
Richmond Road, continuation of Maria street running west. 
Rideau, from Sappers' bridge, east to Rideiva river. 
Rochester, Ist street west of division, running south from Richmond 

road, Rochester survey. 
Sally, 7th street wert of Canal, running south from Wellington to 

sonthern limits. 
Sherwood, from Perkins, north to Oregon, LeBreton's Flat. 
Slater, from Canal Basin, west to concession line. 
Sparks, from Sappers' bridge, west to George street. 
Spruce, 3rd street south of Richmond road, Rochester survey, running 

west from division. 
Stewart, from Nicholas, or Courthouse avenue, east to Rideau river. 
St. Andrew, running east from Sussex to King, continuation eastward 

Park street. 
St. Patrick, from Ottawa river, runningsouth of Notre Danie Cathedral 

to King street, continuation from King to Rideau river, Ottawa st. 
St. Paul, from Canal Basin to Ottawa street, continuation Besserer from 

Ottawa street to Rideau river. 
Sussex, 1st, east of Canal, running north from Rideau st. to Ottawa river. 
Theodore, from Canal, east to Rideau river. 
Vittoria, west from Bank to John, and south to Wellingtci . 
Wellington, from Canal, west to George street. 
Wilbrod, from Canal basin, east to Rideau river. 
William, 1st st. cast of Sussex, running north from Rideau to York st. 
Wurtemburg, 10th street, east of Sussex, running from Rideau river to 

Daly street. 
York| from Sussex, east to .King. 



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ab. — above. 


e. 8.— east side. 


0. k P. R.— Ottawa ft Pres 


al.— alley. 


h.— house. 


coit Railway. 


asst.— assistant 


la.— lane. 


prop.— proprietor. 


ave. — avenae. 


tnkt.— market. 


r. — rear. 


bet.— between. 


n. — oortb. 


8.— south. 


bds.— boards. 


nr. — ntar. 


s. B, — south side. 


big.— building. 


n. 6. — noi*:h side. 


wid. — widow. 


cor.— corner. 


off— oflBca. 


w, — west. 


e,— east. 


opp,— opposite. 


w; e. — west side. 



ABBOTT, RICHARD, Bailiff, Ist Division Court, off. Courthouse, h 

Cathcart, near Ottawa, L.B.F. 
ABBOTT, FRANCIS, foreman Ride^u Canal Works, off., 126 Wei- 

lington, between O'Connor and Bank, h 315 Wellington. 
Adams, James, foreman carpenter, Thomas MoGreevcy. 
Adams, Mrs Mary Ann, h s s Clarence, between King and Cumberland. 
Adamson, James, clerk English Journals, Legislative Council, h Bridge 

between Duke and Queen, L. B. F. 
Adamson, Rev. W. A., (Church of England), Chaplain and Librarian, 

Legislative Council, h cor Metcalfe and Queen. 
Addison, William, lock-master, h Major Hill. 
Ade, Mrs. Mary Ann, h Vittoria. 
iETNA INSURANCE CO. (Hartford), J. T. & W. Pennock, agents. 

off., 19} Sparks. 
Agar, Thomas, mason, h Sherwood, between Ottawa and Queen, L.B.F. 
Ahearn, John, (J. & W. Ahearn), h Duke. 
Ahearn, William, (J. & W. Ahearn), h Duke. 
Ahearn, J. & W., (John and William), general blacksmiths, Duke, 

between Queen and Lloyd. 
Aird, Charles, oloth-dresser, Ne^ Edinburgh woollen factory. 
Aird, Matthew, foreman, New Edinburgh woollen factory. 
Aird, Mrs., h 107 Daly, 
Albert, Bte., laborer, A. H. Baldwin. 
Albert, Edwin, laborer^ Levi Young. 
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Albert, JohD, laborer, h Biddy. 

Albert, Samuel, laborer, h Biddy. 

Albcrti, Louis, mason, h n a St. .Vatrick, between Cumberland aud Dal- 

housie. 
ALBION HOTEL, John Graham, proprietor, oor. Nicholas and Daly. 
Alexander, Henry, clerk Executive Council, bds Union House. 
Alexander, Thomas, laborer, h n s St. Andrew's, betwecyi Sussex aud 

Dalhousie. 
Alexander, William, mattress-manufaoturcr, Duke, bet Lloyd and Bridge. 
Allan, James, carpenter, h n s Gloucester, iir Kent. 
Allan, John, laborer, h 29 Clarence. 
Allan, John, laborer, Levi Young. 
Allan, James, carpenter, Thos. McGreevoy. 
Allen, James, general merchant, New Edinburgh. 
Allen, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Rideau, opp. General Hospital. 
Allen, William, tailor, bds Albion Hotel. 
Allen, William, bookbinder, Janjies Hope & Co., U Gloucester, Ash- 

burnham Hill. 
Alley, Jeremiah, clerk U. C. Detail Branch, Dept. Crown Lands, h s s 

Bolton, (Letter "0") bet Metcalfe and Dalhousie. 
Ambridge, Frederick, carpenter, Feck & Gallup. 
Ambridge, George, carpenter, Peek & Gallup. 
Amiotte, Fraogois, shoeiaaker, T. Beilemare, 79 Sussex. 
Amiotte, Severe, cabinet maker, h n s Ottawa, bet King and Nelson. 
Amouroux, Michel L., clerk Prnv'l Secy's Office, h St. Patrick s s, bet 

Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Andeison, Arthur, brewer at Victoria Brewery. 
ANDERSON, C. E., h Bank cor. Sparks. 

AndersoD, C. J., clerk, Inspector General's Office, h 325 Wellington. 
Anderson, Mrs. James, h 290 Rideau. 
Ande:*soD, Wm, laborer, h No. 8, Barrett's Row. Redpath. 
Anderson, Wm, clerk, G. R. Blyth. 

A.ndrews, William, stonecutter, h s s Murray, bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Andrews, William, porter, 45 Sussex. 
Andrews, William, clerk Robinson & Co., h n s Murray, bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. 
Angus, Andrew, (Angus & Huokell) h Wilbrod. 
Angus, Andrew, (R. & A. Angus,) bds with R. Angus. 
Angus, Sobert, (R. & A. Angus,") h Nelson, bet Wilbrod and Theodore 
Angus, Robert, jr, law student, Scott & Ross, bds Nelson, Sandy Hill. 
Angus, R. & A. (Robert and Andrew), cabinet makers, upholsterers, 

undertakers, &c., 11 Rideau. 
Angus & Huckell, (Andrew Angus and Thomas Huckell), wholesale 

and retail boots and shoes, 15 Sussex. 
ANNABLE, WILLIAM (Hol^^te, Oliver & Anoable), b s s Albert, 

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Arbour, Joseph, Hhocmaker, h n s Redpath, between CarJeton and 

Dttlhousie. 
Arbaokle, James, laborer, Ottawa Flouring Mills. 
Archambeault, Jobn, blacksmith, h s s Parry, between Nelson and Glou- 
cester. 
Arobambcault, Jofl6, raftsman, 1i n s St. Andrew's, bet Dalhousie and 

Sussex. 
Archambeault, Joseph, raftsman, h n s Bolton, bet Sussex & Dalhousie. 
Archambeault, J. B. blacksmith, h foot of Clarence. 
Archer, Wm., carpenter, Thos. McGreevcy. 

Archer, William, joiner, h n s George, between William and Dalhousie. 
Ardagh, Arthur W., assistant book-keeper, Thos. McGreevey, h Bank, 

cor. Maria. 
Ardill, John, plasterer, h King, between Rideau and Parry. 
ARMSTRONG, CHRISTOPHER, Judge, County Carleton, chambers. 

Courthouse, res. Richmond road. 
Armstrong, Edward, crier of court, h 153 Daly. 

Armstrong, George A., book-keeper, h Albert, bet. Elgin and Metcalfe. 
Armstrong, George, prop. Union House, 37 and 39 Elgin, cor. Queen. 
Armstrong, John, blacksmith, J. & W. Abeam. 
Armstrong, Ransford, clerk, R. R. Booth. 
Armstrong, Robert, millwright, George Newell. 
Armstrong, Robert, stone-cutter, h 122 York. 
Armstrong, Thomas, compositor. Hunter, Rose & Co. 
Armstrong, Thomas, blacksmith and farrier, Besserer, between Ottawa 

and Cumberland, h same. 
Armstrong, Wm., laborer, h Centre. 

Arnold, Benj. W. (Bronsons, Weston & Co.) res. Albany, New York, 
Arnoldi, John R., clerk, Dept. Publio Works, bda O'Connor, between 

Queen and Albert. 
ARNOLDI, KING, importer of wines and ales, 1 1 Metcalfe, Montreal 

Telegraph Co's building, h Rideau. (See card.) 
Artibois, Joseph, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
Ash, Thomas, watchmaker, James Trav.y, 19 Rideau. 
Ashfield, John, groceries and dry goods, Duke, bet Lloyd and Bridge, 

h same. 
Ashworth, John, cashier Post Office Dept., res Tp Hull, C. E. 
Aspinall, Wm., confectioner, with A. Scott. 
Asselin, Joseph, messenger Leg. Assembly, h King bet Church and 

Nunnery. 
Atkin, Francis F., printer, h Nelson, between Parry and Rideau. 
ATKIN, RICHARD, exchange and money broker j oflF, Elgin, between 

Sparks and Wellington, h 121 Daly. 
Atkins, Wm., laborer, h St. Paul, between Nicholas and Little Sussex. 
Atkinson, Henry (Henry Atkinson & Co.), res. Quebec, C. B. 
Atkinson, John, miller, Ottawa oat meal mills, Ohaudi^re, h same. 



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AtkinsoD, Neil, h w a Dalbousie, between Rideau and George. 

Atkinsoa, Peter, miller, h Sherwood, bet Queen and Oregon, L. B. F. 

Atkinson, Wm., head miller Ottawa flouring mills, h opposite mills. 

ATKINSON, HENRY & CO., lumber merchants and proprietors 
" Etchemin Mills." off, 180 SuHsez, head office, Quebec. 

Atwood, John E. (H. F. Brading & Co.), h Wellington. 

Aubichon, F. X., laborer, h King, w s, between York and Rideau. 

Aubrey, Alfred, laborer, h Oregt'^, bet Sherwood and Broad, L. B. F. 

Aubrey, Frederick, sawyer, A. H. Baldwin. 

Aubrey, Moses, civil service, h Oregon, bet. Sherwood and Broad, L.B.F. 

Audette, John, olerk Accountant's Branch, Post Office Department, h 
8 s St. Patrick, bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Audy, J. R., clerk Custom's Department, h 37 Daly. 

Audy, James C, olerk Custom's Department, bds 37 Daly. 

Augd, Thomas, h s s Cathcart, between Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Auger, Baptiste, raftsman, h n s Church, bet Dalhousie & Cumberland. 

Auger, Joseph, printer, •' Queen's Printer," h w s Nelson, bet Parry 
and Murray. 

Aumond, A., clerk, Fingland and Draper, 47 Sussex. 

Aumond, Charles, lumber merchant, h 43 Daly. 

Aumond, George, book-keeper, bds Daly, near King. 

Aumond, Joseph, lumber merchant ; office rear 1 Rideau ; h 95 Daly, 
bet King and Cumberland. 

Aumond, Talmund, clerk, C. T. Bate & Co., bds Daly. 

Aumond, William H., accountant, bds Daly, near King. 

AUSTIN, C, pharmaceutical chemist and druggist, 41 Rideau, bds, 
Mathews' Hotel. (See card.) 

Austin, F. P., clerk. Ordnance Office. 

Ausiin, George F., Provincial Land Surveyor, off Sparks, cor Met- 
calfe ; h Kent, bet Wellington and Yittoria. 

Aylward, John, carpenter, h Mosgrove. 

Aylward, Patrick, laborer, h e s Carleton, bet Cathcart square and Botler. 

Ayotte, Joseph, raftsman, h s s Parry, bet Gloucester and Chapel. 

Ayotte, Pierre, h s s Murray, nr Sussex. 

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Badgley, Frank H., assistant law clerk and chief English translator, 

Legislative Assembly, h Stewart, cor Augusta. 
Bahen, Patrick, fireman, Wt^st Dcpt. Block, h n s St. Andrews, bet j 

Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Bailie, R., asst. door keeper, Legislative Assembly, h Rideau, bet Wil 

liam and Dalhousie. 
BAILIFF, JAMES, deputy sheriff, h cor Cumberland and George. 
Baillairge, George Fred., engineer, Dept. Public WorkS| bds Hotel du I 

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B i'yi John, oarpenter, h n s Ottawa, bet King and Neluon. 

IJaily, John, oarpenter, Thoa. MoQreevey. 

Bain, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Musgrove, between St. Paul and Canal Basin. 

Bain, Patrick, laborer, C. Garth. 

Bainbridge, Benjamin, culler, h n s Cathoart, near Ridoau River. 

HuiDO, James, accountant and book-keeper, Dept. Publio Works, h 
Vittoria, near Kent. 

BAINES, CHARLES T., barrister, attorney, &o., e s Nicholas, 
Rideau and St. Paul, h Court House Avenue. 

Baker, Charles, laborer, h Stewart, bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 

BAKER, GODFREY P., postmaster, Elgin, oor Wellington, h same. 

i]<iker, James M., gardener, h Theodore nr Ridoau River. . 

BALDWIN, A. H., saw mill prop., Chaudi6re Island, h Middle, Vic- 
toria Island. 

Baldwin, Frederick A. (Thistle & Baldwin), h Duke, LeBreton's Flat. 

Baldwin, John, clerk, 68, Sussex. 

Baldwin, W. H., clerk, h St. Paul, bet Nicholas and Ottawa. 

BALDWIN, A. H. & CO., manufacturers of sawn lumber, Head, Chau- 
di^re Island. 

Ballance, Mrs. Mary, (wid Jacob), h s s Botler, bet Carleton and King. 

Ballantyne, James, cooper, h s s Baird, bet Metcalfe and Carleton. 

Ballantyne, Wm., carpenter, bds Chaudi^re Hotel: 

Bambrick, Mrs. Mary, (widow Michael) h e s King, cor MoTaggart. 

Bambriok, Thomas, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 

Bambrick, William, laborer, bds e s Kinp:, cor McTaggart. 

Bancroft, Miss Frances, h George, cor William. 

Bangs, Ohancey W., (C. W. Bangs & Co.,) h Sparks. 

BANGS, C. W., & Co., (Chancey W. and Thomas H. Kirby), hats, 
caps, furs, and straw goods, 34 Sussex. 

BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA, (Ottawa Branch) A. C. 
Kelty, Manager, 140 Wellington. 

BANK OF MONTREAL, Branch at Ottawa, A. Drummonnd, mana- 
ger, 202 Wellington. 

BANK OF UPPER CANADA, Branch at Ottawa, R. S. Oassels, 
manager, 138 Wellington. 

Bannin, John, raftsman, h cor Redpath and Dalhousie. 

Bannon, John, sawyer, A. H. Baldwin, h Hull, C E. 

Barber, Ed. C.) clerk Audit office, h Victoria Terrace, Richmond Rd. 

BARBER, JOHN H., news and periodical depot and bookbinder, 3 
Sussex ; h n s McTaggart, bet Dalhousie and Carleton. 

Barber, Wiliam, joiner, h s s Redpath bet Carleton and Rideau River. 

Barbeau, Joseph, laborer, h s s Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Barbeau, Mrs. Catherine, (Wid Gabriel) h n s St. Patrick bet Sussex 
and Dalhousie. 

Barclay, Robert, operator Mon. Tel. Co., 11 Metcalfe. 

Bariokman, Augustus, laborer, has McTaggart bet Dalhousie and 
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Barrett, Edward, stone mason, h n s Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousie 

Barrett, John, office-keeper and messenger, Architect's offices, Gov't Hill. 

Barrett, Michael, grocer, 44 York, h same. 

Barrette, Joseph, bds s s St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Barrette, Pierre, carpenter, h s s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 

BARROW, JOHN W., stock and exchange broker, 36 sparks. 

Barrj, Jonas, plasterer, h n s Parry bet Nelson and King. 

Barry, William, carpenter, h s s Clarence bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Barthone, Oliver, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 

Bartow, Sullivan, axe-maker, S. Washburn. 

Bartram, Joseph, general delivery clerk, Ottawa Post-office ; bds 

Mathews' Hotel. 
Baskerville, John J., grocer, cor St. Patrick and Cumberland, h same, 
Baskerville, Patrick, merchant, 57 Sussex. 
Baskerville, W. J., grocer, 57 Sussex. 
Bate, Charles T., (C. T. Bate & Co.), h Ashburnham Hill. 
Bate, Henry N. (C. T. Bate & Co.), h Daly cor Chapel. 
Bate, Newell, clerk, C. T. Bate & Co., bds Daly cor Chapel. 
BATE, C. T., & CO., (Charles T. and Henry N. Bate,) wholesale &nd 

retail grocers, wine and spirit merchants, 52 Sparks. 
BATSON, BENJAMIN, lumber merchant, Elgin, cor Queen. 
Batterton, Patrick, messenger, Executive Council. 
Battle, Martin, Gov't clerk, h s s Oathnart bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Battle, Mathew, bds 28 Clarence. 

Baune, Antoine, laborer, h n s Ottawa bet Nelson and Gloucester. 
Bauset, S. P., draughtsman. Fisheries Branch, Dept. Crown Lands, h 

Duke, bet Queen and Lloyd. 
Baxter, R. W,, clerk. Inspector General's office ; h Victoria Terrace, 

Richmond Road. 
Bayly, Archer, bookkeeper, Thos. McKay, h Union Square, opp McKay's 

Mills. 
Bazin, Jean, carter, h n s St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Beach, Anson C. (Beach & Co.), 62 Sparks. 
Beach, Wm. G., (Beach & Co."), h Gloucester Township. 
BEACH & CO., (A. C. and W. G. Beach), commission merchants, 62 

Sparks. (See Card.) 
BEAMENT, THOMAS, gentlemens' furnishing goods, 25 Sparks, bds. 

Mathews' Hotel. (See Card.) 
Beamish, Miss Emily B., saleswoman millinery department, Garland, 

Mutchmor & Co. 
Beardwood, Jonathan, carpenter, h s s Murray bet Cumberland and 

King. 
BEARMAN, EDWARD, County Clerk, office J^ewis, Pinhey & Ward, 

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Beattie, William, plasterer, h Beaserer near Augusta. 

B.<atty, Thomas, groceries and provisions, cor Parry and Nelson, h same. 

Beaubien, Cleophas, M.D., physician and surgeon, off and h 130 York 

near Cumberland. 
Beaucaire, Benjamin, hotel keeper, n s Murray bet Sussex and Dal- 

housie, h same. 
Beauoaire, Edward, hairdresser, 120 Sussex, h same. 
Beauoaire, Victor, barber, bds 120 Sussex. 

Beauohamp, Amable, blacksmith, h n s Park between King and Nelson . 
Beauchamp, Felix, laborer, h s s St. Andrew bet Sussex and Dalhousic. 
Beauchamp, Jacques, water carter, h s s St. Andrews bet Cumberland 

and K' ^. 
Beauchamp, Joseph, water carter, h n s Church bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Beauchamp, Mrs. Josephine, (Widow Joseph), bds n s Murray bet 

Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Beaudouin, Baptiste, painter, h n s Chureh bet King and Cumberland. 
Beaudouin, Joseph, clerk, Beaver Hotel, n s St. Patrick bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. 
Beaudouin, Madare, butcher, h n s Park bet Chapel rnd Gloucester. 
Beaudouin, Edouard, raftsman, h s s Bolton bet Dalhousie and Cum- 
berland. 
Beaudouin, Menard, painter, h s s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and 

Dalhousie. 
Beauvais, Charles, raftsman, h s s Ottawa bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
BEAVEE HOTEL, F. X. Lapierre, proprietor, 75 Sussex. 
Bedard Edward, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
Bedard, George, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
Bedard, Mrs. Elizabeth, h IS York. 
Bedard, Oliver, barkeeper, Bnssell House. 
Bedard Peter, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
Begg, Alexander, clerk, office of Provincial Registrar ; h Ottawa bet 

Willbrod and Theodore. 
Belair, Miss Matilda, supt. millinery dept. Garland, Mutchmor & Co. 
Beland, N., carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 

Belanger, Amable, clerk. Provincial Registrar's office, h Cathcart. 
Belanger, Antoine, raftsman, h n s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and 

Dalhousie. 
Belanger, Felix, clerk, Magee & Russell. 
Belanger, John, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
Belanger, John A., clerk, Provincial Registrar's office, h 88 Augusta 

near Rideau. 
Belanger, Joseph, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
Belanger, Leon, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
Belanger, P., laborer, Queen's Printer. 

Belanger, Pierre, carpenter, h e s Dalhousie, bet Church and St. Patrick. 
Belanger, V., laborer, Perley & Pattee. 
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BELCOUBT 

retail wine merchants, 86 Sussex. 
Bell, Edward, laborer, h Nelson bet Parry and Bideau. 
Bell, John G., (Bell & Woodburn,) h Albert near Elgin. 
Bell, Richard S., compositor, Citeztn Office, bds Claren^ 
BELL, ROBERT, M.P.P., h Lloyd bet Queen and Duke, L. B. F. 
Bell, W. A., clerk, Customs Dept., bds Victoria Terrace, Richmond 
BELL & WOODBURN, (J. G. Bell and A S. Woodburn,) book and 

job printers, 31 Elgin. (See Card.) 
Bellaire, Amable, carpenter, h s s Parry, bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Belleau, C, pressman, Queen's Printer. 
BELLE AU, HON. SIR N. F., Receiver General and Premier, bds 

Toronto House, 71 Sparks. 
Bellean, J. Bte., carpenter, h s s Water bet King and Rideau River. 
Belleau, J. B., compositor. Queen's Printer. 
Bellefeuille, Gilbert, luborer, P^ok & Gallup. 
Bellefeuille, Joseph, plasterer, h Ottawa cor Augusta. 
Bellefeuiile, Joseph, laborer, h n s Church bet Cumberland and King. 
Bellefeuille, Philobert, sawyer, A. H. Baldwin. 
BELLEMARE, T., manufacturer and dealer (in boots and shoes, 79 

Sussex, has Ottawa bet Nelson and Gloucester. 
Bellerive, Louis, blacksmith, with Kilduff, 34 York. 
Belouin, Francois, laborer, h n s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and 

Dalhousie. 
Benard, Joseph, water carter, h s s Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Benedict, J. teamster,, Peck & Gallup. 
Bengough, George, compositor, Queen's Printer. 
Benjamin, E. H., clerk, Accountant's Branch, P. O. Dept. h 40 Augusta. 
Bennett, Maurice, messenger, P. 0. Dept., h St. Nicholas. 
Beranger, Gregoire, laborer, J. R. Booth. 
Bergeron, Baptiste, laborer, h e s'Chapel, bet Ottawu and Parry. 
Bergineau, Joseph, sawy^, Jjevi Young. 
Bergineau, Michel, sawyer, Levi Yonng. 
Bergmann, Ferdinand, clerk, J. G. Zimmermann. 
Berichon, Isaac, sr, carpenter, h n .s Cathcart, near King. 
BERI«;H0N, ISAA(;, proprietor Central Canada Hotel, 126 Sussex. 
BERICHON, ISAAC N., clerk, Central Canada Hotel, 126 Sussex. 
Berichou, Isidore, plasterer, h e s King cor Park. 
Berichon, Magloire, city constable, h n s St. Andrew bet Dalhousie 

and Cumberland. 
BERNARD, COL. HEWITT, Chief Clerk Crown Law Dept'. U. C, 

b U Daly. 
Bernard, Joseph, laborer, h n s Parry, bet Gloucester and Nelson. 
Berry, Robert, uccouutaut, Militia Dept., bus Stewart bet Ottawa and 

Cumberland. 
Berry, Robert, plasu/er, h 243 Bideau. 



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Berry, Wm., clerk, Money Order Branch, P. O. Dept., bds Salmon's 

Hotel, York. 
Berthelot, L. F., clerk, Wea. Sec. L. C. Sales Branch, Dept. Crown 

Lands, h s s Besserer, bet King and Cumberland. 
Berthiaume, Louis, watchmaker, 44 Clarence, h same. 
Bertrand, Antoine, blacksmith, h w s King bet St. Andrew and Church. 
Bertrand, Felix, raftsman, h Ottawa bet Sherwood and Broad. 
Bertrand, John, sawyer, W, Taylor. 
Besserer, Louis, bds King cor Daly. 
Besserer, Mrs. Margaret, h King cor Daly. 
Besserer, William, bds King cor Daly. 
Besserer, William, clerk, James Starke, 24 Rideau. 
BEST, FRANCIS, bakery, cor Queen and O'Connor, h same. 
BETHUNE, N. W., manager Montreal Telegraph Company, 1 1 Met- 
calfe, h oor O'Connor and Slater. 
Bevin, Biohard, confectioner, h s s St. Patrick bet Dalhoasie and 

Cumberland. 
Billings, Bradish, sen, clerk 0. & P. R., h Stewart bet Ottawa and 

Cumberland. 
Billings, Bradish, jr, student, H. A. Sims, bds Stewart bet Ottawa and 

Cumberland. 
Billings, Walter R., medical student with Dr. Grant. 
Bilwin, Francis, teamster, J. M. Currier & Co. 
Bingham, Henry, sawyer, h s s Botler, bet Dalhousio and Carleton. 
Bingham, Samuel, watchman, J. M. Currier & Co., h Metcalfe. 
Binks, Geo., printer, Citizen Office, h Augusta bet Rideau and Franklin. 
Binks, Jas., printer, CtYtieen Office, h Augusta bet Rideau and Franklin. 
Binks, James, carpenter, h 28 Augusta. 

Birch. Charles J., clerk, Prov. Secy's Office, h Cathcart Square. 
Bird, John, shoemaker, h w s Dalhousio bet Bolton and Cathcart. 
Birkett, Henry, clerk. Young & Ridford. 
Birkett, James, h s*s Maria near O'Connor. 
Birkett, Thomas, clerk, T. Isaac. 

Birkett, William, maaon, h Bridge bet Queen and Ottawa, L. B. F. 
BISHOP, RICHARD, proprietor British Lion Hotel, 61 Sparks. 
Bishoprick, Mark, snr., h s s Maria bet O'Connor and Bank. 
Bishopriok, Mark, carriage maker, h Queen aear Bank. 
Blackburn, James, generel merchant, New Edinburgh. 
Blackburn, Robert, general merchant. New Edinburgh. 
Blackburn, Thomas, clerk, S. Christie. 
Blaiklock, F. W., surveyor and draughtsman. Cadastre and Surveying 

Branch (east), Dept. Crown Lands, bds Albert opp City Hall. 
Blain, E., asst French Translator, Legislative Assembly, bds at Mrs. 

Brown's, foot of Sussex. 
BLAIR, HON. A. J. FERGUSON, President of Council, bds Rideau 

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Blais, Joseph, assistant postmaster, Legislative Assembly ; h St. An- 
drew, rcur General Hospital. 
Blais, Joseph, carter, bds e s Dalhousie bet St. Andrew and Bolton. 
BUis, Louis, shoemaker, Geo. Howe & Son. 
Blais, T. H., clerk, Legislative Assembly, bds Hotel du Canada (old 

College). 
Blanchet, F. X., assistant clerk of Committees, Legislative Assembly, 

h Besserer cor Nelson. 
BLA8DELL, N. S., (N. S. Blasdell & Co.,) h Kent bet Wellington 

and Victoria. 
BLASDELL, T. M., engineer and machinist, Wellington bet Bay and 

George ; li 303 Wellington. 
BLASDELL, N. S. & CO., (N. S. Blasdell, Horace Merrill, and J. M. 

Currier,) proprietors Victoria foundry and machine shop, Victoria 

Island. (See Card.) 
Bloom, Wm., carpenter, n St. Paul cor Mosgrove . 
Blouin, Joseph, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
Blyth, George, clerk, 228 Wellington. 
Blyth, George J., bookkeeper, Charles Garth, 25 Ridcaa. 
BLYTH, GEORGE R., dealer in staple and fancy dry goods, 226 Wel- 
lington ; h cor Kent and Vittoria. 
Blyth, John, h Vittoria near Kent. 
Blyth, Robert, cooper, h 22 Daly bet Ottawa and Nicholas. 
Boden, Mrs. (widow), h n s George bet William and Dalhousie. 
Bogle, Hugh, laborer, bds s s St. Anj'.rew bet King and Cumberland. 
Boileau, Felix, raftsman, h n a St Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Boileau, Moise, water carter, h n s Church, bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Boily, Joseph, messenger, Bureau of Agriculture, h w s Carletoa bet 

Redpath and Baird. 
Boissonneault, N. F,, Curator of Models, Bureau of Agriculture; h 

St. Patrick bet Cumberland and King. 
Boivin, Antoine, raftsman, h n s Bolton, bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Boivin, Baptiste, cabinetmaker, h ns Ottawa bet Nelson and Gloucester. 
Boivin, Joseph, laborer, h o s Chapel bet Ottawa and Parry. 
Boivin, Patrice, porter, J. McGillivray. 

Boland, Willian^, butcher, h n s Church betCumberland and Dalhousie. 
Bolduc, Mrs. Ang^le, (widow Louis), h s s St. Andrew bet Cumberland 

and Dalhousie. 
Bone, Gaiis, raftsman, h s s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
B6ne, Firmin, lumberer, h Nelson bet Parry and Rideau. 
Bonell, George, carpenter, h Maria near Parry. 
Bonell, John, cabinetmakf^r, h Queen near Broad, L. B. F. 
Bonsall, William, printer. Hunter, Rose & Co., bds cor Metcalfe and 

Queen. 
Bonnet, Pierre, laborer, h s s St. Andrew bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Bonneville, J. F. N., Clerk of Reooids, Dept. Public Works, h e s King 

bet Parry and Ottawa. 



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Bookey, Richard, gardener, h w s Dalhousie, bet Murray and St. Patrick. 
Booth, Dudley, gunsmith, 343 Wellington:. 
Booth, G. D., gunsmith and rifle maker, 343 Wellington, h same, 
BOOTH, JOHN R., saw mills, Chaudi^re Island, h Al'jert Island, 

Ohaudi^re. 
Booth, Leandre, sawyer, J. R. Booth. 
BOOTH, ROBERT R., dealer in dry goods, groceries, crockery, wines, 

and liquors, cor Montreal and Bridge ; h Bridge bet Queen and 

Oregon. 
BORBRIDGE, HENRY J., (S. W. & H. J. Borbridge) 22 Rideau. 
BORBRIDGE, SAMUEL W., (S. W. & H. J. Borbridge), 22 Rideau. 
BORBRIDGE, WILLIAM, retired, h William bet George and York. 
BORBRIDGE, SAMUEL W. & HENRY J., saddlers, harness and 

trunk manufacturers, 22 Rideau. (See Card.) 
Bordcleau, Outhbert, shoenaker, h cor Baird and Metcalfe squaro. 
Borthwick, H. J. Collegiate school, Royal Victoria Hotel Buildings. 
Borthwick, Hugh, blacksmith, R. Cummings. 

BOTT, GEORGE, groceries and provisions, 78 Rideau cor Dalhousic. 
Botteril, Edward, doorkeeper, Legislative Council. 
Boucher, Adolphe, cabinetmaker, h n s Church bet Dalhousie and 

Cumberland. 
Boucher, Antoine, blacksmith, h n s Church bet Cumberland and Dal- 
housie. 
Boucher, A. A.,French translator, Legislative Council. 
Boucher, Julien, carter, h n s St Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Boucher, Pascal, raftsman, h s s Parry bet King and Nelson. 
Bouchette, George A., clerk. Seigniorial Registrar Branch, Dcpt. Crown 

Lands, bds Richmond Road. 
Bouchette, Joseph, Dept'y Surveyor General, Dept. Crown Lands, h 

Richmond Road. 
Bouchette, J. F., draughtsman, L. C. Patents, Dept. Crown Lands, 

h 148 Wellington. 
BOUCHETTE, R. S.M., Commissioner of Customs, h 119 Daly. 
Bouchon, Amablc, blacksmith, P. Dufour. 

Boudria, Miobtil, laborer, h n s Bolton bet Dalhousic and Cumberland. 
Boulet, Napoleon, permanent messenger, Legislative Council, h Bank 

bet Queen and Sparks. 
Boulot, Romouald, clerk Accountant's Office, Militia Dept., bds Toronto 

House, 
EOULTON, JAMES F., barrister, attorney, sDlicitor, &c., Elgin opp 

Russell House, bds Russell House. 
Bourgeois, D., printer, Lc Canada Office. 
Bourgeois, Elie, water carter, h s s Murray near Sussex. 
Bourgeois, Victor, carter, h n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
BOURGET, JAMES, billiard rooms, Russell House, and wholesale 

de)>.ler in wines, liquors, &c., 98 Sussex, h 9B Sussex. (See card.) 



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Bourguoin, Joseph, laborer, h Ghaudidre Island. 

Bourguoin, S., laborer, Perley & Pattee 

Bourier, Benj., laborer, Charles Garth. 

Bourke, John B., clerk, Garland, Mutchmor & Co., h w s O'Connor bet 

Slater and Maria. 
Bourke, Joseph, bell-banger, Chas. Garth, 25 Bideau. 
fiourke, Mrs. Marguerite, h n s St. Andrew oor Dalhousie. 
BOURNE, FRANCIS, (British American Bank Note Co.) h 2 Princess 

Tevraoe. 
Bourque, Edward, manufacturer of tin, copper and sheet iron ware, 58 

Rideau ; h Nopoleon near King. 
Bowels, Martin, laborer, h w s Cumberland, bet Murray and St. Patrick. 
Bowen, Joseph, raftsman, h s s Ottawa, bet Chapel and Augusta. 
Bowes, Fdwin, laborer,*h Nicholas. 

Boweij J oiiu, measurer. Parliament buildings, oflF Gov't. Hill, h 161 Daly. 
Bowes, Patrick, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 
BOWIE. CAPTAIN ALEXANDER, steamer « Queen Victoria," h 

!dvi< oalfe. Lower Town. 
L'oTjles, Robert J., clerk, 12 Rideau. 
if Tiin, P. B., h s s Slater, bet O'Connor and Bank. 
Boxall, ^., messenger. Legislative Assembly. 
Boy\ in, clerk. Secretary's Branch, P. 0. Dcpt., h cor Qaef.u and 

jjioyd, L. B. F. 
Boyd, Wmi, clerk, Geo. Hay. 
Boyd, Wm. S., clerk, bds 78 York. 

Boyer, Benjamin, laborer, h c s Bolton bet Cumberland and Kiag. 
Boyer, Peter, carpenter, h Church. 

Boyle, Edward, mason, h n s Murray bet Gawberland and Dalhousie. 
Boyle, John, ostler. Commercial Hotel, 64 and 66 York. 
Boyle, John, laborer, h s s Baird near Oarleton. 
Boyle, John, carpenter, h St. Paul, bet Mosgrove and Nicholas. 
Boyle, John M., butcher, bds Park. 
Boyle, Joseph, laborer, 24 Clarence. 

Boyle, Michael, butcher, 14 market stall, h Park opp St. Joseph. 
Bradburne, Edward, school teacher, h Mosgrove, cor St. Paul. 
Bradbury, William M., sausage maker, h n s Ycrk, bet Market Square 

and Dalhousie. 
Bradcn, Samuel, carpenter, h 174 York. 
Brading, Henry F., (H. F. Brawling & Co.,) agent for Rochester, h 

Wellington, near Pooley's B; -Ige. 
Brading, H. F. & Co., (Henry F. Brading and Joh ^ E. Atwood,) pro- 
prietors Victoria ale vaults, Wellington. 
Bradley, John, printer, Times Office. 
Bradley, Richard A., attorney at law, solicitor, conveyancer, &o., Elgin 

cor Sparks. 
Bradley, ThomaS; fireman, Hunter, Rose & Co., h Ashburnbam Hill. 



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Bradshaw, John, obief office keeper, Westera Block, Dept'l Buildings, h 
same. 

Brady, Philip, laborer, b n s Park, bet King and Nelson.' 

Brady, Ricbard, laborer, b Cumberland, bet Daly and Stewart. 

Bramley, P. C, bookkeeper, Receiver General's Office, b Victoria Ter- 
race, Ricbmond Road. 

Brandon, Augustus, saddler, b Yittoria near Kent. 

Brandon, Horatio, waiter, Russell House. 

Brannigan, George, laborer, b n a Baird, cor Carleton. 

BRAUN, FREDERICK, secretary, Department Public Works, h New 
Edinburgh. 

Bray, Jobn, blacksmith. Now Edinburgh. 

]}razeau, W., laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

Breathwait, George, laborer, b Queen bet Cathcart and Lloyd, Ij.B.F. 

Brennan, Edward, laborer, b n s Ottawa bet Nelson and Gloucester. 

Brennan, Edward, cooper, b cor Rideau and Augusta. 

Brennan, Jobn, laborer, h w s King bet Church and St. Patrick. 

Brennan, Jobn, laborer, bds Mary St. 

Brennan, Jobn C, clerk, S. Howell, bds n s Daly bet King and Cum- 
berland. 

Brennan, Michael, teamster, J. M. Currier Sc Go, 

Brennan, Michael, sawyer. J. M. Currier & Co. 

Brennan, Michael, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 

Brennan, Michael, laborer, h cor Redpath and King. 

Brennan, Michael, laborer, h Carleton foot of King. 

Brennan, Patrick, blacksmith, shop 40 Clarence, h 88 Clarence. 

Brennan, Thomas, sawyer, J. M. Currier &, Co. 

Brennan, Thomas, laborer, King cor Redpath. 

Brennan, William, laborer, b s s Water near Rideau river. 

Brennan/ William, fruiterer 61 Sussex, h Clareiice near Sussex. 

Bresnabam, Miss Catherine, grocer, 142 York. 

Bridgland, James W., chief clerk of Colonization Roads Branch, Dept. 
Crown Lands, h Richmond road. 

Brimer, Mrs. Mary, b Nelson bet Parry and Rideau. 

Bing, John, tailor, b s s Ottawa cor Nelson. 

Brisebois, Isidore, raftsman, b s s S; Andrew's bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Bri..dbois, Michel, laborer, h n s Parry bet Chapel and Gloucester. 

Britannia Inn, Francis Hallandal, propriptor, 25 Wellington bet Bank 
a. ^ Kent 

BRIT u AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY, offices cor Wel- 
'ington and Kent. 

BRITISH AMERICA INSURANCE CO., Toronto, Heubach & 
Coward, Agents, 17 Sparka 

BRITISH AMERICAN COMMERCIAL UJLLEGE, Times Ofice 
Building, Musgrove & Wright, principals. 

BRITISH HOTEL, Wm. Cartney, proprietor, 165 and 167 W«lUngton 
bet O'Connor and Bank. 



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BRITISH LION HOTEL, 61 Sparks, Richard Bishop, proprietor. 

BRONSON, HENRY P., (Bronsons, Weston & Co.) h Middle, Victoria 
Island. 

BRONSON, WM. C, (Brownsons, Weston & Co.,) res. Painted Post, 
Stenben Co., N. Y. 

BRONSONS, WESTON & Co., (Henry F. and Wm. C. Bronson, 
Abijah Weston, Alex Folsora, and Benjamin W. Arnold,) mer- 
chants and manufacturers of pine lumber. Middle, Victoria Island. 
(See Advertisement.) 

Brooks, Frederick W., driver. H. F. Brading & Co. 

Brooks, John, carpenter, bds s s Cathoart, bet Dalhousie & Cumberland. 

Brophy, John P., clerk. Money Order Branch, P. 0. Dept.,h n s Besserer, 
bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 

Brophy, Thomas, clerk, O'Meara & Co. 

Brousseau, Elz., clerk. Provincial Sec. Oflfice, bds Queen, bet Metcalfe 
and Ottawa. 

Brown, Alex., cooper, h Bank, bet Albert and Slater. 

Brown, Alex., stone cutter, h w s O'Connor, bet Slater and Maria. 

BROWN, ALFRED, groceries and provisions, 69 Sparks, h same. 

Brown, Archibald, h 138 York. 

Brown, George, deposit ledger keeper. Branch Bank of Montreal, bds 
Wellington, 

Brown George, pork merchant, and dealer in hides and skins, 18 and 20 
York. 

Brown George W., clerk, 14 Rideau. 

Brown, James, carpenter, h Bank s of Queen. 

Brown, James, carter, s s Water bet King and Nelson. 

Brown, James F., civil service, h Nicholas near Theodore. 

Brown. John, shoemaker, h n s Ottawa bet Chapel and Rideau River. 

Brown, John, cbandler, York cor Cumberland. 

Brown, Lawrence, laborer, h s s Botler near Carleton. 

Brown, Mrs. Ann, h Nepean near Ashburnham. 

Brown, Mrs. Joseph, boarding houso, Sussex cor Cathcart. 

Brown, Peter, carpenter, h w s Nelson bet Parry and Murray. 

Brown, R. H., clerk, Crown Lands Dept, h Sally near Sparks. 

Brown, Thomas, laborer, h cor Vittoria and John. 

BrovTD, Wm. W., barber aad hairdresser, 39 Sparks, h same. 

BROWNE, JAMES, apothecary and chemist, 67 Sparks, h same. 

Bruli§Em., general blacksmith, 45 Clarence, h St. Patrick bet Dalhousie 
and Sussex. 

Brul6, Thos., blacksmith, h n s Park, bet Gloucester and Chapel. 

Brunell, Mrs. Delaide, (wid Louis), h n s Church bet Sussex and Dal- 
housie. 

Brunette, Fran9ois, laborer, h n s Ottawa, bet Nelson and Gloucester. 

Brunette, Joseph, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 

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BlllISH, CHARLES E., insurance, steamboat, and railway agont, 

oommission morchant, &o., 8 RIdeau, bds Russell House. 
BrysoD, Charles, olerk, Fiogland & Draper, 47 Sussex. 
BUCHANAN, JAMES, general grocer and wine merchant, 13 Sussex 

and 222 Wellington, h s s Bolton opp Convent. 
Buck, Charles R., clerk, Can. Ex. Co., bds 42 Daly. 
BUCK, DANIEL, livery stablea, h 42 Daly. 
BUCK, GEO. A., livery and sale stable.^, Rideau near Mathews' Hotel, 

bds 42 Daly. (See card.) 
Buck, Geo. A., carpenter, h Sparks bet Sally and Hugh. 
Buck, Thomas G., painter, h s a Maria, bet O'Connor and Bank. 
Bucke, Julius P. (Duck & Bucke), res Now Edinburgh. 
Bucke, P. E,, dark, Accountant's Branch, P. O. Dept., h Alexander, 

New Edinburgh. • 

Buckley, John, laborer, h Biddy near Kent. 
BUCKLEY, PATRICK, livery, sale, and boarding stables, 54 Metcalfe, 

h 52 Metcalfe. (See card.) 
Bucknell, Elias, baker. A; Scott. 
Bufton, Jonathan, butcher, Wellington Ward Market, h w s Bank bet 

Slater and Maria. 
Bullen, Mrs., L Gloucester bet Percy and Ashburnbam. 
Bullock, Mrs., millinery and dressmaking, 61 York. 
BULLOCK, WM^, glass stainer, 61 York, h same. 
Bulmer, Wm. H., bookbinder, James Hope, bds Rideau, opp Dalhousiti. 
Bureau, Isidore, printer, h s s Napoleon, bet King an I Nrison. 
Bureau, Jean, compositor. Queen's Printer. 
Bureau, Joseph, foreman compositor, Queen's Printer. 
Bureau, Napoleon, compositor. Queen's Printer. 
Bireau, P., bookbinder, Queen's Printer, 

Burgess, Hugh, tailor, h n s McTaggart bet Dalhousio and Carleton. 
Burgess, John, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 
Burgess, Patrick, bds u s McTaggart bet Dalhousie and Carleton, 
Buribas, Octave, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 
BURKE, GEORGE R;, clerk 1st Division Court, off. Courthouse, h 233 

Rideau. 
Burke, James, laborer, bds n s Cathcart near Rideau river. 
Burke, John, laborer, has Bolton bet J)alhousie and Cumberland. 
Burke, John, laborer, h n s Redpath bet Carleton and Dalhousie. 
Burke, Mrs. Mary, (Widow Thomas) Dalhousie bet Botler and Bolton, 

Letter " O." 
Burke, Thomas, stone-cutter, h n s Cathcart near Rideau river. 
Burke, Thomas J., clerk, M. K. Dickinson, h 212 Rideau. 
Burke, William, laborer, h n s Cathcart bee Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Burn, Jos. V., clerk, h Gloucester bet Parry and Rideau. 
Burnett, John, sawyer, Wm. Taylor. 
Burnett, William, maion, h Centre. 
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Burns, James, carter, h n s St. Andrew bet King and Gloucester. 

Burns, James, cooper, rear 156 Clarence, h 158 Clarence. 

Burns, John, dork, h 207 Ridean. 

Burns, John, laborer, h Ottawa I 'ween Augusta and (yobourg. 

Burns, John, retired, h Slater s s uear Bank. 

Burns, John, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

Burns, Michael, blacksmith, h Daly. 

Burns, Michael, stone mason, h n s Bolton bet Sussex and Daihousie. 

Burns, Martin, laborer, h Biddy cor Kent. 

Burns, Moses, laborer, h s s Bolton bet Daihousie and Cumberland. 

Burns, Mrs. Ann, h Cumberland bet Daly and Besserer. 

Burns, Mrs. Margaret, widow, h s 8 Bolton, Letter " 0" bet Metcalfe and 

Daihousie. 
Burns, Patrick, laborer, h s s Bolton, Letter " 0" bet Metcalfe and 

Daihousie. 
Burns, Robert, hostler, John Stockdale. 
Burns, Samuel, clerk, T. & W. Hunton. 
Burns, Thomas, confectioner, bds 40 Sussex. 

Burns, Thomas G., retired, h o s Ottawa between Besserer and Daly. 
Burns, Wm., blacksmith, Thomas MoGreevey; 
Burns, William, laborer, has Bolton, Letter " 0," bet Metcalfe and 

Daihousie. 
Burpee, C. A., salesman, R. Eaton & Co., h Rideau, Sandy Hill. 
BURRITT, ALEX., City Registrar, off. 22 Metoalfe, h Victoria Terrace. 
BURRITT, H. O., proprietor woollen factory. New Edinburgh, h same. 
Burroughs, Robert, laborer, h Nelson bet Parry and Rideau. 
Eurrowes, F. D., clerk. Go v'e'uor General's Office. 
Burrows, Mrs. Maria, h Vittoria near Wellington. 
Burrows, William, tailor, Hiu Andrew. 
BURSTALL, EDWAlU», It.mbor merchant, off. 134 Sussex cor St* 

Patrick, h Quebec, C. E< 
Burt, David, mechanic, Perley & Pattee. 
Burton, Frank A., photographer, with E. Spencer. 
Butler, H, J,, forman Eveniny Post, bds Vittoria. 
BUTLER, T. 0., mail officer, « Queen Victoria," bds Russell House. 
Butler, William, confectionery, 218 Wellington, h same. 
Butler, William, shoemaker, Wellington near Kent. 
Butterworth, Johnj oooper, h w s Bank, s of Queen. 
Byrne, Dennis, baker, with A. Scott. 
Byrne, ^James, laborer, h n s Bulton, Letioi- " O" bet Carleton and 

Cumberland. 
Byrne, Martin, clerk, 41 York. 

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Caliil, Philip,, •,leric, Crowa Lands Dept., w h Dalhousie bet Glarenoe 
and Itt'irrny. 

Cain, Wm . juarryman, A. H. Baldwin, 

CairoH, Vosepb, messenger, Executive Council, bds York. 

OALDWELL, JOHN F., (J. F. Caldwell & Co.,) b 74 Sussex. 

Caldwell, Joseph, carter, h Biddy, w of Kent. 

(yuldwell, llobcrt, carpenter, h r s Ottawa cor Nelson. 

CALDWELL, J. F. k CO., (John F. Caldwell,) dry goods and cloth- 
ing, 74 Sussex. 

Callagbau, J., compositor, Queen's Frintcr. 

Callahan, John, blacksmith, Thos. McGrecvey. 
Jambie, A. J., patent clerk. Bureau of Agriculture, h Vittoria. 
Iambic, Charles, clerk, Audit OflQco, h Vittoria bet Kent and John. 

vjameron, Daniel, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 

CAMERON, HON. MALCOLM, Queen's Printer, Ccwt^' 
Office, Sparks cor O'Connor, h Besserer bet Gloucester 

Cameron, John, clerk, Crown Land OflBco,h n e Sparks bet Hugh . 

Cameron, John, pilot, h cor Gloucester and Bay. 

Cameron, Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid Duncan), h n s Church hot Diuliousic 
and Cumberland. 

Cameron, Wm., A., city constable, h n s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

CAMPBELL, HON. ALEX., Commissioner of Crowu Lands, bds 
Vittoria. 

Campbell A'adrew, sr, gentleman, bds n s Cathcart nr Kideau river. 

Campbell, Andrew, ^Campbell & Co.,) h 53 Sussex. 

Campbell, Donald. (Campbell <fc Kennedy), bds M hews' Hotel. 

Campbell, E., clerk, Bureau of Agriculture, bds Princess Terrace, 

Campbell, H. J. J., teller, Ottawa Branch Bank of Upper Canada, h 
New Edinburgh. 

Campbell, William, cabinetmaker, h. Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

CAMPBELL & CO., wholesale and retail grocers, wine and spirit mer- 
chants, 53 Sussex. (Sec card.") 

CAMPBELL & KENNEDY, (Dont Id Campbell and George Kennedy,) 
barristers, attorneys, solicitors, &o., 10 Elgin. 

Campeau, Mary- Ann, (wid Joseph), h Bolton bet Cumberland and King, 

CANADA GAZETTE, Geo. E. Desbarats, publisher, Desbarats' block, 
Sparks cor O'Connor. 

CANADA LIFE ASS.CO.,Hami!ton-^Heubach & Coward, 17 Sparks. 

CANADIAN EXPRESS CO., W. H. Sanger, agent, 10 Elgin. 

Canadian Institute (French), Sussex opp Cathedral. 

Candlish, Samuel, hatter, C W. Bangs & Co. 

Cannell, Alphonse, laborer, Perley & Pattee 

Cantin, Baptiste, undertaker, h s s Church oor Dalhousie. 

CANTIN, CHARLES, groceries, provisions, wines and liquors, cor St. 
Patrick and Dalhousie, h same. 

Oantia, Jean Bte., carpenter and joiner, bds cor Dalhousie and Church. 



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CantillioD, John, tailor, with B. Mullin. ' 

Cantville, Leon, sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 

Cantwell, Thomas, billiard marker, Rideau Club. 

Cardiff, John, carpenter, h Ottawa bet Bridge and Sherwood, L.B.F. 

Cardinal, A. L., chief messenger. Legislative Assembly, h basement west 

end Parliament Building. 
Cardinal, Etienne, laborer, h s s Parry bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Cardinal, Felix, hotel keeper, oor St. Patrick and Dalhousie. 
Cardinal, Joseph, laborer, h King between Rideau and Parry. 
Cardwell, William, grainer and plumber, h Metcalfe, Lower Town opp 

R. R. Depot. 
Carey, John, carpenter, h n s Murray bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Carl, James, carpenter, h n s Ottawa bet Chapel and Rideau river. 
Carlan, Hugh, laborer, h n s Ottawa bet Nelson and Gloucester. 
CARLETON, GEO. W., chief operator, Provincial Telegraph, 17 J 

Sparks, bds Albion Hotel. 
CARLETON HOTEL, Robert Stanley, propr, 186 and 188 Wellington, 
Carleton, Christopher, propr Rideau Hotel, Little Sussex cor St. Paul. 
C&rleton, Christopher, manager, M. K. Dickinson, h Rideau Hotel. 
Carleton, William, clerk, M. K. Dickinson, bds Rideau Hotel. 
CARMEN G. ARTHUR, collector of tolls, Rideau Canal, off. at looks, 

h Sherwood bet Queen and Ottawa. 
Carmen, Martin, cletk, Rideau Canal Office, h Lloyd bet Queen and 

Duke, L.B.F. 
Carnegie, John, carter, h e s Carleton near MoTaggart. 
Carnegie John, beer driver, Stirling's brewery. 
Garpentier, Narcisse, carter, h s s St. Andrew bet King and Cumberland. 
Carrice, Eustache, blacksmith, h n s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and 

Dalhousie. 
Carrier, Joseph, sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 
Carrier, Moise, currier, h n s Parry bet Nelson and Gloucester. 
Carriere, Edward, shoemaker, 77 Sussex. ' ' 

Carriere, Charles H., bds Russell House. 

Carrisse, Pierre, laborer, h n s St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Carrisse, Victoire, gardner, h n s Park near Rideau River. 
Carroll, James, carpenter, h 42 Metcalfe. '. 

Carroll, 'John, laborer, 198 Clarence. - •< • 

Carroll, Mrs. Ellen, h Ottawa s s bet Augusta and Cobourg. 
CarrroU, Thomas P., painter, h w s Dalhousie bet Rideau and George. 
Carrnthers, Aaron, lumber culler,h Sherwood bet Queen & Oregon, L.B.F. 
Carruthers, John, miller, T. McKay, h Britannia Terrace, L.B.F* 
Carse, Edward, blacksmith, Thomas McGreevoy. 
Carson, Charles, stone cutter, h foot of Wellington. ■ ' - : ' . . 
Carson, Robert, shoemaker, h Wellington. 'f !. . 

Carter, Edward, printer, Le Canada office. ' 

Carter, George, carpenter, h Nelson bet Parry and Rideau. 



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Garter, John, laborer, h Biddy bet Bank and Kent. 

CARTIER, HON. G. B., Attorney General East, bds No. 4 Princess 

CARTNEY, WM., propr Pritish Hotel, 165 and 167 Wellington bet 

O'Connor and Bank. 
Gary, Archibald, book-keeper, Inspector General's Office, h s s Queen 

bet Metcalfe and O'Connor. 
Oasault, Frangois, laborer, h n s Church bet Oumberlaod and Dalhousie. 
Casault, F. L., office-keeper, Receiver General's Office, h Church. 
Casault, L. J., library messenger, Legislative Council, h n s Church bet 

Dalhousie and Cumberland. . 

Casault, Napoleon, messenger, Board of R. W. Commissioners, bds 

Church 
Casey, Archibald, laborer, h Stewart bet Cumberland and Ottawa. 
Casey, James, carter, h 208 Clarence. 
Casey, John, clerk, 45 Sussex. 
Casgrain, H., assistant clerk of Patents, Bureau of Agriculture, bds 

Albert near Metcalfe. 
Cass, Robert, mason, h s s St. Patrick bet King and Cumberland. 
CASSELS, R. S,, manager Branch Bank of U. C, h 136 Wellington. 
Catellier, L. A., clerk, Office of Provincial Registrar, h Metcalfe cor 

Albert. 
Cauthers, Samuel, groceries, wines and liquors, cor Bolton and Cum- 
berland, h same. 
Cauthers, Samnel, clerk, Workman & Griffin. 
CAWEST, ALFRED, fashionable tailor, 55 Rideau, h same. 
Cawcst, Mrs. H., head milliner, Cunningham & Lindsay's, 14 Rideau. 
Cawthrey, Binns, meat mkt, dealer in hides, &c, 104 Rideau, h 106 Rideau. 
CENTRAL CANADA HOTEL, 126 Sussex, Isaac Berichon, prop. 
C4r6, Eloi, carter, h n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Cumberknd. 
Cbabot, P. H., cutter, E. Martineau, h George, bet Dalhousie and 

William. 
CHAMBERS, MICHAEL E., general auctioneer and commission 

merchant, 88 York, h same. 
Chambers, Thomas D., Finance Dept.,h Victoria Terrace, Richmond Rd. 
Chalmers, William, salesman, h Augusta bet Rideau and Franklin. 
CHAMPAGNE, ANTOINE, prop HOTEL CARTIER, s s Murray 

near Sussex. 
Champagne, Isidore, hotel keeper, n s Church, near Sussex, h same. 
Champagne, Louis, express driver, h Nelson, bet Parry and Rideau. 
Champagne, Serephin, carriage maker, 96 Clarence, h King bet Bolton 

and Catheart. 
Chantier, J., sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 
CHAPAIS, HON. J. C, Commissioner of Public Works, bds Graham's, 

Princess Terrace. 
Cnapman, Mrs., green grocer; h Queen near Metcalfe. 



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Charbonneau, Bte., laborer, J. B. Booth. 

Charbonneau, Felix, wheelwright, h Wilbrod bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
CharboDDeau, Henri, blacksmith, h s s Ottawa, bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Charbonneau, Vincent, provision store, n s St. Patrick, bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. 
Charbonneau, Vincent, laborer, h n s Park bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Charlebois, Andr6, carpenter, bds s s Church, bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Charlebois, Pierre G., water carter, h s s Parry bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Charlebois, Xavier, roofer, h n s Church bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Charron, Hilaire, laborer, Parr 7, bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Charron, V., hairdresser, E. Miles, 9 Rideau. 
Chartier, Fran9ois, laborer, h King bet Rideau and Parry. 
Chase, James, pilot^ h s s Church, bet Cumberland and Dalhousie. 
Chassd, Felix, clerk, Dept. Crown Lands, Surveying Branch (East), h 

e s Sussex, near Clarence. 
CHAUDIERE HOTEL, Head, Hugh Fitzpatrick, prop. 
Checkley, Miss Margaret, grocer, King bet Parry and Rideau. 
Chenelte, Peter, clerk, Garland, Mutchmor &, Co. 
Chenette, Pierre, collector, h ss Clarence, bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Cheney, Josiah, foreman sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 
Cherbot, David, ^ winter, Holgate, Oliver & Annable. 
Cherrier, Tref., clerk, Crown Lands Dept., (East), bds cor Sussex and 

York. 
Cherry, Mrs. Ann, h King bet Parry and Ottawa. 
Cherry, William, clerk. Workman & Griffin. 

CHESLEY, E. J., Parliamentary, land and patent right agent, 11 Met- 
calfe. 
Ch^vrier, Alexander, hotel keeper, h n s St. Patrick, bet Dalhousie and 

Sussex. 
Chevrier, Alphonse, clerk, D, Chisholm, h n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie 

and Cumberland. 
Chdvrier, E., clerk, Belccurt & Co. 
Ch^vrier, Joseph A., olerk, D. Chisholm, h n s St. Patrick bet Da ae 

and Cumberland. 
Chdvrier^, L6andre, Victoria Hotel, s s Murray nr Sussex. 
Ch^vrier, Noah, olerk, 82 Sussex. 
Chiar, Joseph, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
CHISHOLM, DUNCAN, grocer,[wine and spirit merchant, 118 Sussex, 

h same. 
Christie, Alex. J., student at law, (Lewis, Pinhcy & Ward,) bds Ash- 

buraham Hill. 
Christie, Alex., contractor, h Nepean nr Concession Line, Ashburn- 

ham Hill. 
CHRISTIE S., commission merchant and general agent, 5 Sparks^ 

Russell House block, h Queen opp City Hall. 
Church, John, carpenter, li Maria bet Albert and Victoria Terraoe. 



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Church, ThomaS; sawyer, Bronson, Weston & Go. 

Church, William, carpenter, h Maria, opp O'Connor. 

Ciappy, John, groceries, wines, and liquors, Duke near Queen, h same. 

CITIZEN OFFIQE, I. B. Taylor, prop, 21i Eideau. 

CITY HOTEL, Wm. Graham, prop, 35, 37, and 39 Clarence. 

CITS' HOUSE, Louis Peltier, prop, cor Sussex and St. Andrew. 

CITY REGISTRY OFFICE, Alexander Burritt, Registrar, 22 Metcalfe. 

Clair, A. C. (Beloourt & Co.,) h 86 Sussex. 

Clairoux, Xayier, laborer, h n s Parry, cor Chapel. 

Clancy, John, bookkeeper. Workman & Griffin, h s s St. Patrick, near 

Dalhousie. 
CLARKE GEORGE, prop International Hotel, Sparks cor O'Connor. 
Clarke, James, bookkeeper, N. Sparks, h 329, Wellington. 
Clarke, Robert, plasterer, b w s Carleton bet McKay and Baird. 
C!?^Tke, Thomas, laborer, b s s Maria bet Bank and Kent. 
Clarke, Thomas, clerk. Garland, Mutohmor & Co., 
CLARKE, THOMAS C, (Jones, Haycock & Clarke), h Kent near 

Princess Terrace. 
Clauson, R. T., carriage maker, bds Howe's Hotel. 
Clay, AloDzo, pail maker, E. B. Eddy, bds, Chaudi^ro Hotel. 
Cleary, John, carter, St. Paul bet Mosgrove and Nicholas. 
CLEGG & NBLLIS, (William Cleggand Thomas F. Nellis,) barristers, 

attorneys, solicitors, &o., 11 Metcalfe. 
Clegg, William, Bank of Quebec, h w s Bay, cor Queen. 
Clegg, William, (Clegg ^ Nellis,) bds Mathews' Hotel. 
Clements, James, miller, New Edinburgh Flour Mills. 
Clements, Robert, laborer, J. M. Currier & Co., h New Edinburgh. 
CLEMOW, FRANCIS, commission and gem ral agent, and official 

assignee, 6 Elgin, h O'Corner cor Slater. (See card.) 
Clemow, Francis C, student at law, (Lewi8,Pinhey& Ward,) bds Metcalfe. 
Cleve, William, carpenter, h John near Vittoria. 
Cleverly, Mrs. (wid John) h Maria s e of Rink. 
Clevette, Adolphe, cabinet maker, h Nelson bet Parry and Rideau. 
Clifford, James, printer. Queen's Printer, h w s Dalhousie bet Church 

and St. Patrick. 
Cloran, Edward, bds n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Cloran, Miss Eliza, bds n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Cloran, Miss Jane, bds n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Cloran, Mrs. Mary, (widow Edmond) h n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie 

and Sussex. 
Clouthier, Felix, painter, h Nelson bet Parry and Rideau. 
Clouthier, George, printer. Queen's Printer, h s s Church bet Dalhousie 

and Cumberland. 
Clouthier, Priest, blacksmith, h s s Redpatk bet Carleton and Dalhousie: 
Clouthier, Severe, carpenter, h e s King bet Water and Park.^ 
Clow, David/^oarpenter, h Rideau bet William and Dalhousie. 



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Cluff, Edward, clerk, Ottawa P. O., bds Vittoria near Kent. 

01u£f, Isaac, carpenter, contractor and builder, h Vittoria near Kent. 

Cluff, Win. H., deputy postmaster, Ottawa P.O., h Albert bet Conces- 
sion Line and Richmond Road. 

Coad, Thomas, messenger, Finance Dept, h n s St. Patrick, bet Dal- 
hoosie and Cumberland; 

Coady, Mrs. Ann, widow, h s s Cathcart bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Coady, Thomas; butcher, stall 12 market building, h Cathcart. 

Coates, John, carpenter, h Gloucester bet Rideau and Parry. 

Coates, William, watches, clocks and jewellery, 63 Sussex. 

C .ts, James, moulder, Victoria foundry, h Biddy bet Bankfand Kent. 

Coburn, Emanuel, bookbinder, with Mortimer, h 180 Wellington bet j 
Bank and Kent. 

COCHRANE, JOHN C. T., insurance office, off Elgin, h Victoria I 
Terrace, Richmond Road. 

COCKBURN, HON. JAMES, Solicitor General (West) bds Queen's | 
Restaurant. 

COCKBURN, JOHN, boat builder, h John near Vittoria. (See card.) 

Cocker, Alex., shoemaker, has Ottawa bet Chapel and Augusta. 

COCKER, GEORGE, dry goods and millinery, 84 Sparks, h 38 Met- 
calfe near Queen. 

Cooker, Thomas, shoemaker, h s s Ottawa, bet Chapel and Augusta. 

Codd, Alfred, M.D., physician and surgeon, off and h 271 Rideau. 

Codd, Rev. Charles, Church of England, h Beaserer. 

Codd, Donald, clerk, bds Besserer. 

Coffey, Richard, laborer, h Biddy opp Kent. 

Coffey, Thomas, flour, pork and grain store, 62 and 64 Clarence, h same, 

COFFIN, WILLIAM F., Ordnance Land Agent, off and h foot of locks. | 

Cole, Charles, painter, h Queen bet Lloyd and Bridge, L.B.F. 

Collin, Francis, portrait painter, atE. Spencer's photograph rooms. 

Collins, George, carpenter, h Victoria Terrace, Richmond Road. 

Collins, Peter, steward, steamer "Queen Victoria" h s s Bolton, Letter 
« " bet Metcalfe and Dalhousie. 

Collins, William E., clerk, Wes. Sec. L. C. Sales Branch, Dept. Crown | 
Lands, h Sally e s bet Sparks and Queen. 

Collins, W. F., chief clerk iu charge Wes. Sec. L. C. Sales Branch, j 
Dept. Crown Lands, h cor Sparks and Bank. < 

Collins, William J., clerk, Geo. Cooker, 34 Sparks. 

Collins, William, shoemaker, bds J^alhousie, bet Rideau and George. 

COLONIAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO.— now " Sto» \td." 

Colter, Alex., millwright, Levi Young. 

Colton, Michael, laborer, h n s St. Andrew's bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

06me, John, baker, h n s Parry bet Gloucester and Nelson. 

Commercial Hotel, Robert Elliott propr, 64 and 66 York. 

COMMERCIAL UNION ASS. CO., fire, life, and marine, F. Clemow,| 
agent, 6 Elgin. (See card.) 






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Condon, James, bricklayer, h s s St. Andrew bet King and Oumberland. 

Connell, Andrew, laborer, h 144 Clarence. 

Connell, Denis, printer, Nicholas bet Ridean and St. Paul. 

Connell, Denis, waiter, Bussell Housel 

Connolly, James, butcher, 11 market building, h Bidcau. 

Connor, William, carpenter, h Augusta, bet Bideau and Franklin. 

Connors, William, carpenter, J. M. Currier & Co. 

Conway, James, clerk, J. F. Caldwell & Co. 

Conway, John, laborer, h 202 Clarence.' 

Conway, John, laborer, h Stewart bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 

Conway, John, laborer, h e s Cumberland, bet St. Andrew & Church. 

Conway, Mrs. Bridget, (widow Michael) bds e s Cumberland bet St. 
A^ndrews and Church. 

Conway, Patrick, clerk, 38 York. 

Conway, Patrick, private boarding house, 42 Clarence. 

Cook, James, builder, bds Queen bet O'Connor and Metcalfe. 

Cook Jobn, carpenter, h Biddy bet Bank and Kent. 

Cook, Samuel, sawyer, J. B. Booth. 

Cook, Thomas, sawyer, J. B. Booth. 

Cooke, Alanson C, lumberer, h s s Cathcart bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Cooke, Bichard, laborer, h n s Botler bet Metcalfe and Dalhousie. 

Cooke, Sidney, medical student. Dr. Grant's office, bds s s Cathcart bet 
Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Ccombs, Mrs. Ann, h 224 Bideau. 

Cooney, James, carter, h s s Bolton bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Cooper, Nicholas, laborer, h Wilbrod cor Cumberland. 

Cooper, Paul, messenger, Bideau canal office, 126 Wellington. 

Cooper, Thomas, mason, h Nelson near Maria. 

Cooper, William, bds n s Stewart bet Cumberland and King. 

Copeland, Bichard, laborer, h e s Bank bet Maria and Biddy. 

Coran, Olivier, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

Corbeille, James, h e s King, bet Bolton and Cathcart. 

Corbeillo, Louis, blacksmith, h Park bet King and Nelson. 

Corbett, John, laborer, h Dalhousie, bet Bedpath and McTaggart. 

Corbett, Lawrence, laborer, h w s Carleton bet McKay and Baird. 

Corboy, John, laborer. Peck & Gallup. 

Corcoran, Mrs. Mary, (wid Thomas) h n s George nr William. 

Cordingley, Wm. G., tin and copper smith, 27§ Sussex, bds City Hotel. 

Corniel, Christopher J., printer. Queen's Printer, h s s St. Patrick bet 
King and Cumberland. f 

Corniel, C., jr, pressman. Queen's Printer. , , 

Corrigan, Edward, laborer, h Biddy. 

Corrigan, Mrs. John, has Church bet King and Cumberland. 
I Corrigan, Thomas, laborer, h Biddy. 

Corrigan, Thos., blacksmith, Thos. McGreevey. 
jCostello, James, laborer, h Cumberland bet York and Clarence. 
lOostello, James, blacksmith, bds cor St. Andrew and Dalhousie. 
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Costello, Michael, blaoksmitb, bds oor St. Andrew and Dalhousie. 

Oostello, Michael, waiter, Bideau Club. 

Costello, Thomas, shoemaker, has Murray nr Dalhousie. 

Costello, Thomas, tavern-keeper, oor St. Andrew and Dalhousie. 

Got6, Isidore, printer, Queen s Printer, h e s Dalhousie bet Church and | 

St. Patrick. 
C6t6, Joseph, laborer, has Bolton, Letter " 0.", bet Oarleton, and I 

Cumberland. 
C6t6, Olivier, clerk, Executive Council Office, h 184 Clarence. 
COTTON, HENBY, clerk, Governor General's office, h Ottawa bet I 

Wilbrod & Theodore. 
COTTON, JAMES, Times office, h 76 Wellington. • 
COTTON, GEOBGE & CO., props of The Daily and Weekly Timet,] 

dealers in stationery &c., offices, 56 and 60 Sparks. 
Cottrcll, John, messenger, Quebec Bank, h Bank bet Slater and Albert, 
Cougblan, Mrs. Catherine, h n s George bet Sussex and Dalhonsi^. 
Coulson, Geo. A., upholsterer and cabinet-maker, 76 Bideau, h Dalhousie | 

bet Bideau and George. 
CoursoUes, Toussaint Gedeon, translator, Leg. Assembly, h Bessererl 

near Nelson, 
(vourtney, James, compositor, Queen's Printer. 
Courvalle, Stephen, sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 
Courvalle, Onisime sawyer, Perley Sc Pattee. 
COUSENS, WM., supt. common schools, h s s Slater bet O'Connor and I 

Bank. 
Coussineau, Toussaint, pilot, steamer Phoenix, h s s Bolton bet Sussex {| 

and Dalhousie. 
Couturier, Olivier, raftsman, h s s St. Patrick near Dalhousie. 
Couvrette, Alfred, asst cook, Bussell house. 
Couvrette, H. printer, Le Canada office. 
Couvrette, Magloire, h King e s bet Parry and Bideau. 
Couvrette, Magloire, saddler, h n s St. Patrick bet Sussex & Dalhousie, | 
Coviliion. J. Bte., carter, h n s Park bet Kingand Nelson. 
Cowan, Andrew, clerk, James Starke, bds 24 Bideau. 
Cowan, John, mason, h Cathoart bet Queen and Ottawa, L.B.F. 
Cowan, Mrs. Mary, h n s Maria bet O'Gonnor and Bank. 
Coward, David W., (Heubach & Coward, h Sparks n s bet Elgin and] 

Metcalfe. 
Cowper, G. B., book-keeper, Woods and Forests branch, Dept. Crowo] 

Lands, he a Albert, near junction of Maria. 
Cox, George, edjgraver and copperplate printer, Elgin cor Sparks, li| 

Victoria Terrace, Bichmond Boad. 
Cox, John, sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 

Cox, Samuel P., laborer, h Victoria Terrace, Bichmond Boad. 
Cox, William, porter, C. T. Bate & Co., h Clarence. 
Coyle, Mrs. Ellen, (widow Edward,) n s St. Andrew bet Sussex and! 

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Gozzens, Alfred, flour atore, Rideau near Nicholas, h King bet Rideau 

and Parry. 
Craig, Alexander, laborer, h concession line s of Nepean. 
Craig, Alexander, quarryman, A. H. Baldwin. 
Craig, Hugh, shoemaker, h oor Dalhousie and George. 
Craig, Mrs. Esther, (widow John H.) h w s Dalhousie, bet Rideau and 

George. 
Craig, Thomas, laborer, Charles Garth. 
Craig, Wm., carpenter, J. M. Currier ds Co., 
Crain, George, mason, h Britannia Terrace, L.B.F. 
Crain, Levi, mason, h Britannia Terrace, L.B.F. 
Crain, Robert, mason, h Britannia Terrace, L.B.F. 
CRANNELL, LEVI, book-keeper, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Crawford, D. J., teller, Ottawa Branch, Bank of Montreal bds Wellington 

near Bank. 
Crofts, James, laborer, h s s St. Andrew bet King and Cumberland. 
Crombie, Edward, accountant, Ottawa Branch, Quebec Bank, bds Duig- 

nan's Hotel. 
CROSBY, FRANCIS G., manufacturer of and wholesale and retail 

dealer in boots and shoes, 51 Sparks, h same. 
Crosher, Louis, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 
Cross, Andrew, contractor, h s s Murray near Dalhousie. 
Cross, John, wheelright, Duk»opp Lloyd, h same. 
Cross, Thomas, clerk. Secretary's Branch, P. O. Dept., h Richmond Rd. 
Cross, Wm., blacksmith, oor Queen and O'Connor, h Ottawa cor Stewart. 
CROWN HOTEL, W. B. Howes, prop, 56 Rideau. 
CROWN LANDS DEPARTMENT, Hon. Alexander Campbell, Com- 

missioner, offices Western Block, Departmental Buildings. 
CROWN TIMBER OFFICE, cor Hngh and Queen, A. J. Russell In- 
spector of Crown Timber Agencies, Canada, and Crown Timber 

Agent for Upper Ottawa Territory. 
CRUIGE, R. W., general commission and lumber agent, office in P. 0. 

Block, 11 Elgin, h Maria nr O'Connor. (See card.) 
Cruse, Thomas, bookkeeper. Audit Office, h Maria, Ashburnham Hill. 
Caddie, James, carter, h s s Parry, bet King and Nelson. 
Cammings, J. accountant, R. Eaton & Co., bids Clarence bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. 
Cammings, James, carpenter, h Stewart, bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 
CUM MINGS, ROBERT, carriage manufacturer and grocer, Cummings' 

Island, Gloucester Tp. 
CUMMINGS, CAPT. T. A., h Metcalfe, nr cor Albert. 
Cunningham, Chartres R., (Cunningham & Lindsay), h w s^Nelson^ bet 

Wilbrod and Theodore. 
Cunningham, Geo., stone mason, h s s St. Patrick nr King. 
Cunningham, James, bookkeeper, Gilmpur ^ Co., h Bank bet Wellington 

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GuDningham, John, bottler, S. Christie. , 

CuoDingham, Mrs. Mary, h Ottawa, near Theodore. 

CUNNINGHAM & LINDSAY, (Chartres R. Cunnineham and James 

Lindsay,) importers of dry goodf, millinery, &o., 14 Bideau. (See 

advertisement.) 
Curran, Barnard, laborer, Ottawa Gas Works. ' 

Curran, Francis, messenger, Att'y-Genl's office, Ottawa cor Tlieodore. 
Curran, George P., clerk, James Hope & Co., bds Metcalfe bet Queen 

and Albert. 
Curran, Mrs. Marv, h Metcalfe bet Queen and Albert. 
Curran, Peter, look laborer. 

Curran, Thomas, laborer, h Cumberland bet George and Rideau. 
Curran, Timothy, laborer, h King bet Parry and Ottawa. 
Currell, James, laborer, h Kent, bet Wellington and Vittorla. 
Currier, Joseph, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
CURRIER, J. M., M. P. P., (J. M. Currier & Co ,) bds 51 Sparks. 
Currier, Thos. W., foreman, sash Factory, J. M. Currier & Co., h New 

Edinburgh. 
CURRIER, J. M., & CO., (Joseph M. Currier, James McLaren and 

John McLareuy) manufacturers of sawed lumber, sash, blind, and 

door factory, planing mills, &c., Metcalfe nr Rideau Falls. (See card.) 
Curry, Patrick, laborer, h Coburg bet Franklin and Rideau. 
Cusick, Michael, laborer, h w s Carleton b,et McKay and Baird. 
Cussinb, Henry, confectioner, 20} Rideau, h 24 Rideau. 
Cusson, Edmond, blacksmith, bds n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and 

Cumberland. 
Cuzner, John, clerk, 33 Sussex, bds same. 
CUZNER, LUKE, manufacturer and dealer in boots and shoes, leather, 

findings, &c., 29 Rideau. , . . ^ 



Dacey, James, laborer, h s s Bolton bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
D'amour, Elie, blacksmith, 96 Clarence, h Water bet King and Nelson. 
DAILY EVENING NEWS, Andrew Wilson & Son, oflF St. Paul s s. 

between Nicholas and Ottawa. 
Dale, Robert, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey, h Sherwood bet QiieePt 

and Oregon, L.B.F. > , - f 

Dale, Wm., carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. , ; V 

Dalgleish, George, book-keeper, Mon. Tel. Co., 11 Metcalfe, t. 
Dalglish George, finisher, Victoria foundry. 

Dalglish,. George, laborer, h Ottawa bet Bridge and Sherwood, L.B.F. 
DALGLISH, JAMES, manager, J. Buchanan, grocer, 222 Wellington^ 

h Vittoria near Kent. ., < < . .? , j -i 

Dalton, Maurice, laborer, h 79 York. ^ " *. , ,. 

Pal^, Deni^^ ^is(). pressman, CUiaen office, feds St, AndfQw. 



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Daly, Wm., spioner, New Edinburgh woollen factory. 

Dancy, David, laborer, h Biddy bet Kent and Sally. 

Danoy, Thomas, laboror, G. Garth. 

Dancy, Thomas, laborer, h Biddy bet Kent and Sally. 

DANDURAND, VERY REV., Vicar General, Notro Dame Cathedral. , 

Daniel, Robert, clerk, J. Skinner. 

DANIELS, SAMUEL, conductor, 0. & P. R. R., h s s Bolton, Letter 
" 0," bet Dalhousie and Garloton. 

Daroey, William, shoemaker, h Cobourg near Ridcaa. 

Daroey, William, shoemaker, h Augusta bet Rideau and Franklin. 

D'Auteuil, Jos. E., clerk. Bureau of Agriculture, bds Albert nr Metcalfe. 

David, Leon, grocer, h s s Albert, bet concession line and Richmond Road. 

Davidson, John, steamfitter, Chas. Garth, 25 Rideau. 

Davidson, Joseph, assist, bailiff, Ist Div. Court, bds Victoria Hotel. 

Davis, Edwin, carpenter, h n s Bolton bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Davis, Frederick, constable, h 196 Rideau. 

Davis, Hugh, carpenter and builder, h Cumberland w s bet Besserer and 
Daly. 

Davis, Joseph, carpenter, has Cathoart bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Davis, Robert, editor, bds Albion Hotel. 

Davis, R. P., clerk. Dead Letter Branch, P.O. Dept., bds Albion Hotel. 

Davis, Thomas, raftsman, h s s Parry bet Nelson and Gloucester. 

Davis, William, Inspector of Board of Works, h 126 Clarence. 

Dawson, James, stone-outter, Thomas McGreevey. 

Dawson, Richard, printer, h Victoria Terrace, Richmond Road. 

Dawson, William, harness-maker, bds 59 Rideau. 

Dawzy, Peter, grocer, cor Parry and Gloucester. 

Daz6, Peter, carriage maker, has Cathoart bet Cumberland and King. 

Daz6, Vincent, shoemaker, cor Dalhousie and St. Andrew, h same. 

Day, Francis, grocer, 110 Clarence, h Dalhousie nr Clarence. 

Day, Joseph, plumber, painter and glazier, h e s King bet Cathoart and 
Bolton, Letter "0." 

Dean, Andrew, boatman, h n s Ottawa bet King and Nelson. 

Deavereux, James, porter, S. Howell, bds n s Daly bet King and Cum- 
berland. 

DeBouoherville, J. V., clerk, Provincial Registrar's Ofhoe, h Queen nr 
Hugh. 

Defoy, Joseph A., clerk. Crown Law Office, (East) h 186 Clarence. 

Defries, R., postmaster. Legislative Assemby. 

Deguise, Augustin, carpenter, h Cumberland bet Clarence and Murray. 

Deguise, Charles, carpenter, Thos. MoGreevey. 

De la Chevrotidre, O. C, clerk. Legislative Assembly. 

Delaney, Samuel, shoemaker, bds Bank, bet Maria and Gloucester. 

Delaney, Thos., carpenter, h King bet Rideau and Parry. 

Delaurier, Isidore, messenger, Fublio Workp Dept,, h 2^ Augusta, 

Dflisle, Pierre, bHaolusmith, 90 (^l^Mrenoef 



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Delmow, Mrs. wid, has Bolton, Letter" O," bet Metcalfe and Dalhonsie. 

D^Iorier, Miss Angelique, h n s Ohuroh bet Dalhouaie and Oumberland. 

D^lorier, Louis, gardener, has Water bet King and Rideau River. 

Demarais, L<Sonard, ahoemaker an'1 grocer, 50 Clarence. 

Domonlin, Eustaohe, carriage maker, P. Dafour. 

Deneaux, Emerile, carpenter, h n a Napoleon bet King and Nelson. 

Deneaux, Leon, cabinet maker, h e a King near Park. 

Deneaux, Eustacho, plasterer, h Napoleon. 

Denecbaud, Ed., French writing clerk. Legislative Assembly, h York 
opp Gas Works. 

Denison, George, sawyer, J. R. Booth. 

Denison, Wm. G., parliamentary, land and general agent. Sparks cor 
Metcalfe. 

Dent, George, painter, h e a Ottawa bet Stewart and Wilbrod. 

Derie, Fran^oia, plasterer, h a a Napoleon bet King and Nelaon. 

DESBARATS, GEO. E., Canada Gazette office, wholoaale and retail 
atationer, bookbinder, printer and pnbliaher, Deabarata' Buildings, 
Sparka cor O'Connor, h Daly cor Chapel. (See advertiaement.^ 

Deschamps, Alexandre, cabinet maker, has Clarence bet Cumberland 
and King. 

Deachampa, Peter, laborer, h 152 York. 

Deaealin, Andr6, aawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 

Deahermaux, Felix, h n s St. Andrew bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Deshdtres, Alexandre, raftsman, h n s Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Desialets, Andr4, laborer, h n a Bolton bet Cumberland and King. 

Desjardina, A., carpenter, h a a Park bet King and Nelson. 

Desjardina, Bernab4, atoneoutter, a a Water bet King and Rideau River. 

Desjardina, Benjamin, carpenter, h e a Chapel bet Ottawa and Parry. 

Desjardins, Bernab^, stone mason, h n a Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousie, 

Desjardina, Casemire, laborer, h n a Bolton, bet Cumberland and King. 

Deajardina, Louia, carpenter, h a a Park bet King and Nelson. 

Desjardins, S^v^re, carpenter, h n s Parry bet Chapel and Gloucester. 

Deslaurier, Louis, sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 

Dealaurier, Joseph, sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 

Dealogea, Frangois, baggage maater, 0. & P. R., h cor Dalhouaie and 
Bolton, Letter " 0." • 

Dealodgea, Frank, clerk, Kearna Sc Ryan. 

Deanoyer, Charlea, suwyer, Perley & Pattee. 

Deanoyer, Jerome, carpenter, has Napoleon, bet King and Nelaon. 

Deanoyer, Joaeph, tinamith, bda Duke, L.B.F. 

Dearoohea, Celestin, painter, hn a Napoleon bet King and Nelaon. 

Dearochea, George, joiner, h n a St. Patrick, bet Suaaex and Dalhousie. 

Dearochea, Joaeph, printer, Queen'a printer, has Murray bet Cumber- 
land and Dalhousie. 

Desroches, Moaes, tinamith, h s a St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

DETLOR, T. S., superintendent, 0. & P. R., off and ^ Presoott, C.W. 



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Devinei Thomas, sunreyor-ia-ohief U. C. Dept Grown Landfl, li Tp Nepean. 

Devlin, Edward, trader, has Olareooe bot Oumberlaud and Dafhousie. 

Devlin, James, photographer, h n s Park bet King and Nelson. 

Devlin, Mrs. Sarah, h Augusta cor Daly. 

Devlin, Richard N., olerk, L. N. Nye, 48 Sussex. 

Dewart, Joseph, moulder, h Bridge bet Queen and Ottawa, L.B.F. 

Dewart, Joseph, laborer, Victoria foundry. 

DIAiMOND, JOHN W., brewery, St. Poul, h n s St. Paul nr Ottawa. 

DICKINSON, M. K., forwarding and commission moht, propr Ottawa, 
Montreal, Quebec and Lake Champlain freight line and Rideau 
passage and freight line, bet Kingston and Ottawa — offices Canal 
Baain, Ottawa ; Canal Basin, Montreal ; and St: Lawrence Wharf, 
Kingston, h 85 York. 

DICKINSON, WM., Dep'y Inspector General, h 69 Daly. 

DICKINSON, W. F., (British American Bank Note Co.) cor Weiling- 
ton and Kent. 

Dickson, W. H., olerk, Fingland S' Draper, bds City Hotel. 

Dier, Andrew, carpenter, h e s Cumberland cor Bolton. 

Dion, Madame Frangois, dressmaker, 97 Rideau. 

Dionne, Octave, clerk, Dept. Public Works,- h s s Ottawa, bet King 
and Nelson. 

Dixon, George, (T. H. Dixon & Co.,) h 36 Rideau. 

DIXON, THOMAS H. & CO., hides, leather, and findings, manufac- 
turers of ladies' and children's underclothing, 36 Rideau. 

Dobbs, 0. C, olerk. Colonization Roads Branch. Dept. Crown Lands, 
bds at Mrs. Pardy's, Wellington. 

Dobell, Mrs., boarding house, h s s Maria bet O'Connor and Bank. 

Dobier, John, W.H ., clerk, 10 Rideau, h 105 York near Dalhousie. 

Dodd, C. K. olerk, J. H. Barber. 

Dodd, John, stonecutter, h Biddy bet Kent and Sally^ 

Dodd, John, tailor, h St. Paul bet Mosgrove and Nicholas. 

Doherty, Peter, tailor, with B. Mullin. 

Dolan, Charles, carter, h Murray n s bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Dolan, Edward, ostler, Albion Hotel, h St. Paul bet Nicholas & Ottawa. 

Doley, Patrick, laborer, h Percy cor Maria. 

Dolan, Michael, laborer, h Bank cor Maria. 

Dolan, Michael, jr, laborer, h Bank near Maria. 

Donaghue, Mrs. Catherine, (widow John) h s s Redpath bet Dalhousie 
and Carleton. 

Donaldson, George, steam-fitter, fibarles Garth, 25 Rideau. 

Donaldson, Robert, miller, h 27 Daly. 

Donnelly, Robert, blacksmith, h s s Murray bet Cumberland and Dal- 
housie. 

Donnelly, J., teamster, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

Donohue, Wm., time-keeper, Thomas McGreevey. 

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Doran, Jaiiidd, carpenter, h Nicholas bet Bide&u and St. Paul. 

Doran, John, teamster, h Nicholas. 

Doran, William, laborer, h s s Church bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Dorga, William, clerk, 238 Wellington. 

Dorion, Alexander, laborer, h s s St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie, 

Dorion, Antoine, laborer Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

Dorion, Napoleon, laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

Dorion, C. P. , manufacturer and dealer in tin, copper and sheet-iroa 
ware, 55 York, h same. 

Dorion, Emanuel, chair-maker, Holgate, Oliver & Annable. 

Dorion, E. P., assistant law clerk and chief French translator. Legisla- 
tive Assembly, h Besserer bet Cumberland and King. 

Dorion, Joseph, ulerk, J. Skinner. 

Dorion, John, clerk, R. R. Booth. 

Dorion, J. Edmond, M. D., h ss Clarence bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Dorion, Olivier, cabinetmaker, h s s St. Patrick, nr Sussex. 

Dorr, J., messenger, Prov. Sec'ys office. 

Dorsey, Patrick, quarryman, A. H. Baldwin. 

Dossert, John, organist, Notre Dame Cathedral, h opp Cathedral. 

Doucet, C. 0., clerk, Beaver Hotel. 

Doucet, John, carter, bds City House. 

Doucet, J. E., clerk, Private Bills, Legislative Council. 

Doudiet, Edward F., proof-reader. Hunter, Rose & Co., h Duke, L.B.F. 

Douglas, James, laborer, h Biddy bet Rent and Sally. 

Douglas, Major A., surveyor of customs, port of Bytown, 12 Elgin, h 
Richmond Road. 

Douglas, Alexander, carpenter, h w s Chapel, nr Parry. , 

Douse, Rev. John, Wes. Methodist, h Queen cor Metcalfe. 

DOW, DONAL'D, carpenter, builder and contractor, n s Besserer bet 
Cumberland and King, h same. 

Dowler, John, millwright, h 145 Rideau. 

Downey, Richard, shoemaker, D. McQuade. 

Dowsley, James, carpenter and builder, 176 Rideau. 

"Dowsley, Thomas, (Dowsley & Co.,) h 260 Rideau. 

DOWSLEY & CO., (Thomas Dowsley and H. Gt. Stoughton,) steam- 
boat agents, aud sole agents for Labatt's ales and porters, P. 0. 
Buiding, 13 Elgin. 

Doyle, Dennis, laborer, h n s Bolton bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. * 

Doyle, John, brewer, h Nicholas bet Stewart and Wilbrod. 

Doyle, Joseph, ostler, with Buckley. 

Doyle, Michael, laborer, h Wilbrod near Ottawa. 

Draper, Benj. J., (Fingland & Draper,") res St. Catharines, C. W. 

Driscoll, James, laborer, h cor Nelson & Stewart. 

Driscoll, James, baggage master, 0. & P. R. Depot. ;•""' 

Driscoll, Wm., laborer, h n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Drinkwater, Charles, stenographic clerk. Crown Law Office, (West,) bds 
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Drolet, Oaspard, bookkeeper, Dept. Public Works, h rear of Bnrstall's 

office. 
Drolet, T., bookbinder, Queen's Printer. 
Drugan, J., bookbinder. Queen's Printer. 
Drugan, Mrs. Ellen, h opp Pooley's Bridge. 
DRUMMOND, ANDREW, manager, branch Bank of Montreal, h 202 

Wellington. 
Drummond, G. P., 19 Sparks. 
Drysdale, John, bookkeeper. Inspector General's office, h s s Queen bet 

Metcalfe and Elgin. 
Dubois, Edward, sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 
Dubois, Pascal, laborer, h Nelson, bet Parry and Rideau. 
Dnbruille, Octave, blacksmith, h s s Park bet King and Nelson. 
Duoett, John, Sawyer, Wm. Taylor. 
Duchemin, 0., sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Duck, Wm., (Duck & Bucke,) bds Union House. 
DUCK & BUCKE, (Wm. Duck and Julius P. Bucke,) barristers, &c., 12 

Elgin. 
Duff, Alex., merchant, h Albert bet Elgin and Metcalfe. 
Duff, James, carter, h 103 York. 
Duffield, John, tinsmith, H. Meadows & Co., h Queen. 
Duffield, John, tinsmith, h St. Paul nr Mosgrove. 
Daffill, H. H., clerk. Customs Dept., h 1 Princess Terrace cor Kent. 
Duffy, Henry, clerk, 94 Sussex, bds 94 Sussex. 
DUFFY, JOHN J., grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 94 Sussex, bds 

same. 
Duffy, Peter, laborer, h n s Murray bet Cumberland and Dalhousie. 
Dufort, H., clerk, L. C. Sales E. S., Dept Crown Lands, bds Albert, cor 

Metcalfe. 
Dufour, Peter, carriage and sleigh maker, 144 and 146 Rideau h 148 

Rideau. 
Dufresne, Charles, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 

I Dufresne, L. F. , accountant. Receiver Genl's office, bds Daly nr Ottawa. 
Dugal, F. D,, clerk, Wes. Sec. L. C. Sales Branch, Dept. Crown Lands, 

h n s Besserer, bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 
I Duggan, Arthur, laborer, h Ottawa bet Stewart and Wilbrod. 
I Duggan, Mrs. Catherine, h Wilbrod nr Ottawa, 
Duggan, Henry, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
I Dugos, Nazaire, carpenter, h s s Parry bet Nelson and Gloucester. 
Duhamel, Francis, meat market, Duke opp Lloyd, h same. 
Duhamel, Laurent, butcher, h n s St. Patrick cor Cumberland. 
I DUHAMEL, LOUIS, carriage manufacturer, n s Murray bet Dalhousie 

and Sussex. 

I Duhamel, Pierre, carpenter, h s s Church bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
iDuiguan, Francis, proprietor Duignan's Hotel, Sparks nr Bank. 
Duigaan, Terrence, Duignan's Hotel. 
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Dumas, J., sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Go. 

Dumontier, Charlca, messenger, Grown Land Dept., res Hull, G. £2. 

Dumoulin, Eustaohe, carriage maker, h s s Bolton bet Dalhousie and 
Gumberland. , , 

Dumoulin, Joseph Y., shoemaker, Elgin cor Albert. 

Dumoulin, Joseph, shoemaker, h 255 Wellington bet Bank and Kent. 

Dunbar, Henry, shoemaker, h Maria cor Kent. 

Duncan, Mrs., proprs Duncan House, 120 Glarenco. 

Dunford, Patrick, laborer, h n s Baird bet Metcalfe and Garleton. 

Dunlevie, Edgar B., bds Sherwood bet Queen and Oregon. 

Dunlevie, Gerald G., Crown Land OfiBice (Surveyors' Branch) h Bridge 
bet Duke and Queen, L.B.F. 

Dunlevie, Horace G., Ottawa P. 0., bda Bridge bet Duke & Queen, L.BF. 

DUNN, EDWARD, builder and contractor, h s s Cathcart bet Dal- 
housie and Sussex. 

DUNN, EDWARD, builder and plasterer, h n s McTaggart bet Dal- 
housie and Garleton. 

Dunn, Henry, tailor, h King nr Parry. 

Dunn, James, plasterer, h St. Joseph bet Park and Ottawa. 

Dunn, Thomas, plasterer, h Biddy. 

DUNN, THOMAS, plasterer, h Gloucester bet Percy and concession 
line. 

Dunne, Peter, asst house-keeper and messenger, Legislative Gounoil, h 
Lloyd bet Ottawa and Queen, L.B.F. 

DUNNING, A. I., attorney-at-law, oif e s Nicholas bet Rideau and St. 
Paul, bds Bolton. 

Dunning, Abijah, bar-tender, H. Little, 21. and 23 York. 

Dunning, Bernard, laborer, h s s Murray bet Gumberland and Dalhousie. 

Dunning David, H., potash manufacturer, bds Water near Rideau river, 

Dunning, S. W., potash manufacturer. Water nr Rideau, h same. 

Dunning, Wellington R., potash manufacturer and farmer, bds Water 
near Rideau. 

Dupelle, Alexandre, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 

Dupont, Alexandre, h n s St. Andrew bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Dupont, Michael, bds n s St. Andrew bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Dupont, Moise, sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 

Dupr4, Andr6, raftsman, h s s Murray bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 

Dupuis, Alexis, -awyer, Bronsons, Weston & Go. : > 

Dupuis, Ed. carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 

Dupius, Ren6, cabinetmaker, h s s Water|bet King and Rideau River. 

Durie, John, (John Durie & Son,) h 10 Sparks. 

DURIE, JOHN, &SON, booksellers and stationers, 10 Sparks opp| 
Russell House. 

Dnrkin, Patrick, laborer, h Vittoria. 

Durocher, Joseph, clerk, Pierre Poulin. 

DUROGHER, OLIVIER, boot and shoe manufaoturer and dealer, 77 1 
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Dussault, Olivier, carpenter, h s s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Dasseau, Mrs. Mary Ann, (wid Magloire,) h n s Murray, bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. 
Davernay, L. N., (Duvernay Bros.,) h s s Wilbrod, bet King and Nelson. 
DUVERNAY BROS., publishers and proprietors of Xc Canada, dealers 
in books, stationery, &c., and Parliamentary agents, 26 York. (See card.) 
Dwear, Hugh, dyer, New Edinburgh, woollen factory. 
Dwyer, Patrick, carpenter, h Rideau nr Nelson. 
DWYRB, JOHN H., green grocer, 31 Sparks, h Slater bet O'Connor 

and Bank. 
Dyde, Samuel, bookkeeper, h 277 Rideau. 
Dyde, Samuel W., Express messenger, h 229 Rideau. 
Dyke, James, h 189 Wellington bet O'Connor and Bank. 
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Sparks and Queen. 
Earle, Thomas, boarding house, 53 Rideau. 
Easdel, Geoi^o, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
Eastman, Richard, photographic rooms, 13 York, bds same. 
Easton, William, laborer, h Biddy bet Kent and Sally. 
Easton, Wm., clerk, 41 Sparks. 

Eaton, Rodney, (R. Eaton & Co.,) h Stewart, Sandy hill. 
EATON, R. & CO., paints, oils, paper hangings, looking glass, and 

silvering works, 7 Rideau. (See card.) 
Ebbs, Worsley, clerk. Accountant's Branch, Dept. Crown Lands, h 

Augusta near Rideau. 
Eden, Reuben, shoemaker, bds 126 Rideau. 
Edmonson, James, bricklayer, h Ottawa bet King and Nelson. 
Edwards, E., pattern maker, Perkins' foundry. 
Edwards, Evan, clerk, h Wilbrod bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 
Edwards, Evan, carpenter, has Bolton bet King and Cumberland. 
Edwards, Solomon, baker, h Bank bet Albert and Slater. 
Edwards, Solomon, clerk, 65 Sparks, h Bank cor Slater. 
Egan, Denis, night watch, Russell House. 

Egan, Denis, hotel keeper and sadler, h cor Percy and Gloucester. 
Egan, James, carpenter, h Gloucester, bet Percy and Ashburnham. 
Egleson, James, (P. A. Egleson & Son,) bds 102 Sussex. 
Egleson, James, farmer, h 136 Rideuu. 
EGLESON, P. A., merchant tailor, 48 Sussex, bds City Hotel. 
Egleson, Peter A., (P. A. Egleson & Son,) h 102 Sussex. 
Egleson, P. J., book-keeper^ P. A. Egleson. 
EGLESON, P. A., k SON, (Peter A. & James,) wholesale and retail 

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ELLIOTT, GEO. E., (Elliott & Hamilton) h 234 Wellington. 
ELLIOTT, REV. JOSEPH, pastor Congregational Church, h Sparks 

s s bet Sally and Bay. 
Elliott, Mrs. Jane, h Kent cor Vittoria. 
Elliott, Robert, proprietor Commercial Hotel, 64 and 66 York. 
ELLIOTT & HAMILTON, (Geo. E. Elliott and William Hamilton) 

staple and fancy dry goods and millinery, 23 Rideau. 
Ellis, William, cook, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Ellis, William, compositor, Daili/ News. 
ELSON, W3I., Gazette book-keeper, Canada Gazette, h Metcalfe cor 

Slater. 
Emond, David, clerk, h n s Church bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Enncs, Francois, h 273 Rideau. 

English, Thomas, laborer, h s s Clarence bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
English, Patrick, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 
Enright, Mrs. Ann, stoves, tin, copper and sheet iron ware, 257 Wel- 
lington, bet Bank and Kent. 
Episcopal Methodist Church, York cor Dalhousie. 
Ernest, Alfred, printer. Queen's Printer, h n s Parry bet Nelson & King. 
Escott, James, mason, h John nr Vittoria. 

Esdaile, Mathew, carpenter, h s s Baird bet Metcalfe and Carleton. 
Esdaile, William, harness-maker, h Bank near Sparks. 
ESMONDB, JAMBS W., supt with Esmonde Bros., h 43 Sparks. 
Esmonde, John, sen., retired, h 43 Sparks. 
Esmonde, John P., (Esmonde Bros) h 43 Sparks. 
Esmonde, Joseph R., (Esmonde Bros) bds 43 Sparks. 
ESMONDE BROS., dealers in stoves, tinware, lamps, and general house 

furnishing goods, 43 Sparks. (See card.) 
Esplin, Charles, millwright and engineer, h n s Rideau bet Augusta 

and Cobourg. 
Essex, John, contractor, h Maria s s bet O'Connor and Bank. 
Ethier, C4saire, laborer, h n s Church bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Ethier, Hypolite, laborer, h n s Parry bet Chapel and Gloucester. 
Ethier, tioseph A.lexander, carpenter, h n s George bet William and 

Dalhousie: 
Evans, Miss Naomi, millinery, 63 York nr William. 
EVANS, JEREMIAH, carriage manufacturer, Sparks eorBank h same. 
EVANS, LAM AN, newspaper editor, bds Xtussell House. 
Evans, Samuel, pork packer, warehouse 17 Rideau, h same. 
Evans, the Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 255 Wellington bet ^&^ 

and Kent. 
Evans, William, shoemaker, F. G. Crosby. 
EVENING POST. (See advertisement.) 
Exchange Hotel, Francis T. Kilby, proprietor, 16 Clarence. 



Fagnan, Benjamin, cooper, h n s Botler, nr Rideau River. 



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Fairbairn, Andrew, carpenter, hesDalhoueie, bet MoTaggart and Botler. 

Falkner, Napoleon, salesman, h Ohnrch. 

Fallis, Richard B., compositor, Citizen office, h e s William, bet Bideau 

and George. 
Falls, Wm. H., student at law, AV. M. Matheson, 17 Elgin. 
Fannin, Michael, laborer, h s s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and Dal- 

housie. 
Fanning, VV., translator of Votes and Proceedings, Legislative Assembly , 

bds Queen bet Elgin and Metcalfe. 
Farland, S., carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 
Farley, James, bookkeeper, Robert Skead, h York. 
Farmer, Benjamin, carpenter, h Queen near Lloyd. 
Farmers' Inn, John McAmmond, prop, 239 Wellington, bet Bank and 

Kent. 
Farmer, Thos., planer, J. M. Currier & Co., h New Edinburgh. 
Farrell, Daniel, laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Farrell, Daniel, pensioner, h Biddy cor Kent. 
Farrer, Mrs. Eunice, h 129 Daly. 

Fanoh^, Desire, laborer, h cor St. Patrick and Cumberland. 
Faulkner, Edward, carpenter, h e s King bet Bolton and Cathcart. 
Faulkner, Edward, clerk, Fingland & Draper, h n s Church, bet Cumber- 
land and Dalhousic. 

Fauteuz, Jeremiah, stone-cutter, h s s St. Patrick, bet Dalhousie and 
Sussex. 

Favereau, Paul, constable, h n s Murray, bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Fee, Samuel, salesman, Graham & Co., bds cor Maria and O'Connor. 

Fegan, Michael, blacksmith, J. Smith. 

Fehr, Karl M., music teacher, h n s St. Patrick, bet King and Nelson. 

Fellowes, Charles, law student, bds n s Baird opp Metcalfe Square. 

FELLOWES, G. B. L., Q. C, barrister, h Metcalfe Square, conntry 
residence, Butternut Grove, Tp. Clarence. 

Fellowes, George, bds Baird, opp Metcalfe Square. 

FELLOWES & RADENHURST, (G. B. L. Fellowes and W. H. 
Radenhurst,) barristers, solicitors, &c., Rideau. 

Fellows, Henry, carpenter, h Augusta e s bet Rideau and Franklin. 

Fenster, Daniel, carpenter, h e s Dalhousie bet St. Patrick and Murray. 

Fentiman, John, plumber, h 168 Rideau. 

Ferguson, John, foreman, planing mill, J. M. Currier & Co., h New 
Edinburgh. 

Ferland, Serenus, clerk. Agricultural Dept., h Ottawa, cor Gloucester. 

Ferrell, Thomas, steward. Col. Bernard. 

Fillantreau, Humbert, shoemaker, h Water, bet King and Rideau river. 

Filion, Joseph, blacksmith, R. Cummings. 

Finan, Francis, trader, h 66 York. ^ 

Finch, James, laborer, h 118 Rideau. 

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FINGLAND, WM., (Fingland & Draper,) h 72 Daly nr Cumberland. 

FINGLAND & DRAPEK, (William Fingland and B. J. Draper,) im- 
porters of fancy and staple dry goods, 47 Sossox. 

FINK, JACOB, contractor and ornamental plasterer, h cor Park and 
St. Joseph. 

Finley, Wm., book-keeper, J. Aumond, h Murray s s nr Dalhousie. 

Finn, William, carpenter, h e s Cumberland bet St. Patrick and Murray. 

Fisette, Mrs., boarding-house, Albert bet Metcalfe and Elgin. 

Fishc-r, Benj., lumber merchant, and agent, Ed. Burstall, h n s George 
bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Fisher, George, messenger, Dept. Crown Lands, h Besserer west of 
Cumberland. 

Fissiault, Hypolite A., clerk of deeds, Dept. Public Works, h n s Bes- 
serer bet Cumberland and Ottawa. 

Fitzgerald, Jeremiah, lock laborer, h King bet Ottawa and Murray. 

Fitzgerald, Michael, laborer, h s s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and 
Dalhousie . 

Fitzgerald, Patrick, tailor, h s s Church bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

FITZPATRICK, HUGH, proprietor Chaudi6re Hotel, Head, Chaudi^re 
Island. 

Fitzpatriok, John, grocer and innkeeper. New Edinburgh. 

Fitzpatrick, John, tailor, B. MuUin. 

Fitzpatrick, Thomas, blacksmith, h Victoria Terrace, Richmond Road. 

Fitzsimons, Hugh, hair-dresser, E. Miles, 9 Ridcau. 

Fitzsimons, James, guard, parliament buildings, h Bank bet Sparks and 
Queen; 

Fitzsimons, Patrick, clerk, S. Howell, h n s Bolton bet Sussex and 
Dalhousie. 

Fitzsimmons, Richard, farmer, Theodore nr Cumberland . 

Flannery, John, sawyer, h Queen cor Lloyd, L.B.F. 

Fleming, Simpson, millwright^ h Ottawa cor Lloyd, L.B.F. 

Fletcher, Edward T., senior surveyor C. E., Dept Crown Lands, h New 
Edinburgh. 

Flint, W. D., studentat-law, W. M. Matheson, 17 Elgin. ' ■ 

Floyd, Arthur, laborer, h e s Cumberland, bet Bolton and Catheart. 

Floyd, Thomas, cabinet-maker, h s s St. Paul, bet Nicholas and Ottawa. 

Flynn, Morris, waiter, Russell House. 

Flynn, Mrs. Mary, (wid John) h s s Bolton, Letter " 0," bet Metcalfe 
and Dalhousie. 

Fobb, Joseph, teamster, Rideau Hotel. 

Fogarty, Edward, ostler, Goode's Hotel. ' 

Fogarty, James, shoemaker, bds cor Mosgrove and St. Paul. . 

Fogarty, Michael, porter, Thomas McKay, h Catheart. 

Fogarty, Patrick, boot and shoemaker, Mosgrove cor St. Paul, h same. 

FOISY, ALEXIS, roofer, tin and copper smith, 29 Sussex, h 8t. 
Andrew bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 



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Foiay, Pierre, stone-outter, h n s Park bet King and Nelson. 

Foley, Wm.; blacksmith, Thomas McGreevey. 

FOLSOM, ALEX-, (Bronsons, Weston & Co.) res Albany, N.Y. 

Fontaine, Ed., carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 

FOOTB, JAMES, groceries and provisions, 178 Rideau, h same. 

Foran, Mrs. (^widow John) h s s £ jiton bot Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Forbes, Andrew, clerk, Magee & Russell. 

Forbes, Mrs. Isabella, (wid James), h w s Dalhousie bet Bolton, Letter 

"0," and Botler. 
Ford, Mrs, Elizabeth, h Kent bet Wellington and Vittoria. 
Ford, Wm., accountant, Dept. Crown Lands, h cor O'Connor and Albert. 
Forde, John H., clerk, h n s George bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Forgie, John, grocer. Little Sussex, cor St. Paul, h same. 
Forgie, Robert, clerk, G. R. Blyth. 
Forrester, James, laborer, h Bank nr Biddy. 
Forrester, Patrick, laborer, h Biddy. 
Forsyth, James, Ordnance Land bailiff, h 202 Rideau. 
Fortier, Mrs. Flora, (wid Bartholomew), bds n s Church bet Dalhousie 

and Cumberland. 
Fortin, Charles, tinsmith, bds George bet William and Dalhousie. 
FORTIN, J. P., agent and commission merchant, off Le Canada, prop. 

Victoria Hairdressing Saloon, Elgin, opp Russell House, h Georo;e 

bet William and Dalhousie. 
Foster, James, fish merchant, 40 York. 
Foster, Joseph, foreman, Rochester's tannery, h Rochester. 
Fotheringham, John, mason, h Queen bet Cathcartand Pooley's Bridge. 
Foubert, Albert, raftsman, h s s St. Andrew bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Foubert, Antoine, raftsman, h n s Church bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Fournier, Serephin, laborer, Ferley & Pattee. 
Fowler, Mrs. Elizabeth, groceries, Duke nr Lloyd, L.B.F., h same. 
Fowler, Thomas, clerk, 23 Rideau. 
Fowlie, G. C. cabinetmaker, h Rideau. 

Fowlie, Gabriel, cabinet maker, h Wilbrod bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 
Fox, Dominique, bar tender, h Stewart bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 
Fox, Edward, surveyor and draughtsman, Surveying Branch, (west), 

Dept. Crown Lands, bds Queen's Hotel. 
Fox, John, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 
Fox, Thomas, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 
Fox, Samuel, sawyer, J. R. Booth. 
Fradet, J. N., messenger, Provincial Secretary's office, h Murray cor 

Dalhousie. 
Fradet, Joseph, carpenter. Power & Son. 
Fradet, Neil, messenger, Provincial Secretary's office, h n s Murray bet 

Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Fradet, Prudent, laborer, h n s Park bet King and Nelson. 
Francoeur, Joseph, laborer, h n s Bikird nr Carleton. 



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FrankliD, Geofge, carpenter, has Albert bet Coo. Line and Richmond 

Road. 
Franklin, Mrs. Mary, has Albert, bet Con. Line and Riohmond Road. 
Franklin, Patrick, waiter, Russell House. 
Franklin, Wm., carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 
Fraser, George, porter, Russell House, 
Fraser, Andrew P., locksmith, shop nr Lower Town Market, h Hugh 

bet Sparks and Queen. 
FRASER, JAMES, clerk County Court, Deputy clerk of the Crowo 

and Pleas, Registrar Surrogate Court and clerk of Assize, Court 

House, bds Russell House. 
Fraser, James, steam-fitter, Charles Garth, 25 Rideau. 
FRASER, JAMES, dry goods and millinery, 81 Rideau, h same. 
Fraser, Peter, carpenter, h s s Redpath, bet Carleton and Rideau river. 
Fraser, Robert, laborer, h Hugh bet Sparks and Queen. 
FRASER, SIMON, SheriflF County Carleton, Court House, h cor Daly 

and King. 
Frazer, ^m. boot and shoemaker. Queen bet Cathcart and Lloyd h same. 
Frechette, A., repairer in model roou, Bureau of Agriculture, h St, 

Patrick, opp Cathedral. 
Frechette, Antoine, cabinetmaker, h s s St. Patrick, nr Sussex. 
Frechette, O., clerk. Secretary's Branch P. O. Dept.,bds Salmon's Hotel. | 
Frechette, William J., clerk, George Cocker, 34 Sparks. 
Freel, Francis, labourer, h Centre. 

French, Albert, book-keeper, H. 0. Burritt, h New Edinburgh. 
French, Frederick J., student, Lyon & Remon. 
French, Thomas B., corresponding clerk, Dept Public Works, h Albert | 

near Richmond Road. 
FRIEDERICK, THEODORE, brass foundry, gas and steam-fitter, coalj 

oil and lamps, William nr Rideau, h same. 
FRIEL, HENRY J., insurance agent, York cor Sussex, h Stewart cot| 

King. 
FRIPP, HERBERT R., organist, Christ Church. 
Fripp, E. Sydney, architect, h John near Vittoria. 
Fripp, Sydney B., architect, h 282 Wellington near Bay. 
FULLER, THOMAS, architect. Parliament Building, ofi" GoverDmeDt| 

Hill, h Richmond Road. 
Fullarton, Hugh, shoemaker, Geo. Howe & Son. 
FUTVOYE, GEORGE, chief clerk Crown Law Dept., h 349 Well 

lington. (See card.) 

Gaffney, Barney, tailor, 116, Sussex, h n s St, Andrew, bet Dalhousiej 

and Cumberland. 
G«gne, John^ cooper, w s Cumberland bet Cathcart and Bolton. 



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Oagne, Udaeu, clerk, i^olin Oiappy. 

GagnoD, G. A., general assiBtaDt French translator and proof corrector, 

Legislative Assenrblv, bds s s Qaeen, bet Elgin and Metcalfe. 
Gagnon, Ele, carpenter, n n s St. Patrick bet Sossez and Balhousie. 
Gagnon, Joseph, laborer, Perley& Pattee. 

Gagnon, Joseph, laborer, h e s Cumberland, bet St. Patrick and Murray. 
Gagnon, Louis^ mason, h s s St. Patriek betDalhonsie and Sussex. 
Gagnon, T., laborer, h Sherwood nr cor Oregon, L.6.F. 
Galagher, Michael, laborer, G. Garth. 
Galarneau, Autoine, raftsman, h n s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and 

Dalhousie, 
Galarneau, Baptiste, tavern keeper, n s Church bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Gale, John Y., bookkeeper, Dept. Grown Lands, bds 814 Wellington 

bet Bay and George, 
Gallagher, Hugh, painter, h Clarence. 
Gallagher, Michael, trader, h 165 Bideau. 
Gallagher, Bichard, school teacher, h u s Ottawa bet Gloucester and 

Chapel. 
Gallagher, Thomas, builder and contractor. 62 Metcalfe cor Slater. 
Gallien, Louis, h n s Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Gallup, E. B., (Peck & Gallup), millwright, h Victoria Terrace, Bich- 

mond Boad. 
GALT, HON. ALEX. T., Minister of Finance, h 63 Daly. 
Gardham, John, butcher, 9 mkt big, h Cumberland nr Bailway track. 
Gardener, Wm., carpenter, h 4 Yittoria Crescent. 
GABDENEB, WM., carpenter and joiner, h Bank, s of Maria. 
Gardupuis, Joseph, laborer h e s Dalhousie bet Church and St. Patrick. 
Gardupuis, Levi, hatter, h w s Dalhousie, bet Murray and Clarence. 
Gardupuis, Thomas, laborer, h Besserer nr King. 
Garcau, Godfroi, carpenter, h n s Parry bet Nelson and Glouoester. 
Garland, John, (Garland, Mutchmor & Co.,) h s s Maria nr O'Connor. 
|GARLAND, MUTCHMOB & CO., (John M. Garland, Alex. Mutch- 
mor and Balph W. Mutchmor,) dry goods and millinery, 20 Sparks. 
Gamete, A., asst. French translator. Legislative Council. 
~arrett, H. J., clerk. Accountant's Branch, P. 0. Dept., h ss Queen bet 

Elgin and Metcalfe, 
arrity, James, blacksmith, Thos. McGreevey. 
ARTH, GHABLES, plumber, gas and steam fitter, tin and copper 

smith, and dealer in general house furnishing hardware, brass 

founder, &c., 25 Bideau, h same. (See card.) 
ARYEY, DB. JOSEPH, chemist and druggist, 15 Bideau, h Bideau 

n s bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. (See card.) 
arvio Bobert, laborer, h George bet William and Dalhousie. 
aathier, Baptiste, laborer, h Besserer nr King, 
authier, dit Landreville, Charles, water carter, h s s Cathcart bet 

Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
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Ganthier, Dedier, shoemaker, has Bolton, bet Dalhousie and Cumberland, 

Gaathier, Edward, carpenter, Thos. MoGreevev 

Oantbier, Mrs., h Mosgrove bet St. Paul and Canal Basin. 

Gauthier, Peter, laborer, h n s Ottawa, bet Gloucester and Chapel. 

Gauthier, William, orbinetmaker, w s Dalhousie bet Church and St. 
Patrick. 

Gauvreau, Alexander, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 

Gauyreau, Alexander, carpenter, h s s St. Andrew bet King and Cum- 
berland. 

Oauvreau, Baptiste, laborer, h n s Parry bet Chapel and Gloucester. 

Gauvreau, Charles, grocer, cor Park and Nelson. 

Gauvreau, Chas., grocer, Ottawa cor Gloucester. 

Gauvreau, John, carpenter, h s s Parry bet Nelson and Gloucester. 

Gauvreau, Peter, tinsmith, with Cordicgley, 27 i Sussex. 

Gauvreau, Xavier, carpenter, h n s Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Gavelle, Nap., carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 

Gavin, Jeremiah, laborer, h n s St. Andrew bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Gaylord. Wm., tinsmith, h George. 

Gaylord, Frederick, clerk, Garland, Mutchmor & Co. 

Gearey, James, raftsman, h s s Murray nr King. 

Geddes, Mrs. Sarah, h n s Parry bet Nelson and King. 

Goike, David, stone-cutter, Thomas McGreevey. 

Geike, Edward, stone>cutter, Thos. McGreevey, h Nelson cor York. 

Geike, John, stone-cutter, Thos. MfeGreevey, h Parry n s bet King and 
Nelson. 

Gelinaf, Evariste, corresponding clerk. Militia Dept, bds Rideau opp 
Mathews' Hotel. 

GEMMELL, JOHN J., (Lees & Gemmell) barrister, h 287 Rideau. 

Gemmell, John A.,f8tudent-at-law, Lees & Gemmell. 

Genereux, E. A., clerk, L, C. Sales E. S., Dept Crown Lands, h Met- 
calfe Square. ' 

Genereux, George, carpenter, h s s Clarence bet Cumberland aqd 
housie. 

Gentle, W., bookbinder. Queen's Printer. 

Girard, Pierre, cabinetmaker, h s s Sc. Patrick bet Dalhousie 
Sussex. . 

Gerin, E., editor, Le Canada, office 26 York. 

Germain, Edward, Tanner, h n s Parry bet Gloucester and Nelson. 

Germain, Edward, clerk, bds N. Germain. 

Germain, Naziire, roofer, tin and copper smith, 25 Sussex, h Sussex. 

Gervin, James, shoemaker, h Cathcart bet Queen and Ottawa, L.B.F. 

Gervin, Wm., orderly, Capt. Workman. 

GIBB, ALEXANDER, barrister, 8 Rideau, h Sparks nr Bay. ' 

GIBBS, H. J., advocate, office cor Sparks and Metcalfe, bds Duignan's 
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Qibeau, Etienne, carter, h Britannia Terraoo, L.B.F. 

Gibson, George, laborer, h n s Cathoart bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Qibson, James, carpenter and builder, h 84 York. 

Gibson, Mrs. James, millinery and straw goods, and agent Raymond's 
S12 family sewing machine, 84 York. 

Gibson, Mrs. susan, (widow Wm. W.,) has Bolton, Letter " 0" bet 
Metcalfe and Dalhousie. 

Gibson, Robert W. carpenter, h Parry cor Chapel. 

Gilbault, Adolphe, builder, h Ottawa bet Bridge and Sherwood. 

Gilbert, F., permanent messenger. Legislative Cottnuil, h Lloyd bet 
Queen and Ottawa, L.B.F. 

Gilbert, Lewis, carpenter. Peck k Gallup. 

Gilchrist, Gordon, finisher, h s a Albert bet oonooHsion line and Rich- 
mond Road. 

Gilhausen, Joseph, tobacco and cigars, 21^ Rideau, h name. 

Gill, Charles, Painter, has Water bet King and Rideau River. 

Gill, Henry, house painter, has Water nr King. 

Gillan, Daniel, labourer, h Bank s of Marin. 

GILLELAN, WILLIAM S., (British American Bank Note Co.) h cor 
Wellington and Kent. 

Gillespie, Anthony, laborer, h Stewart bet Cumberland and King. 

Gillespie, James L., salesman, 23 Rideau. 

Gillie, James, carpenter, h n a Cathcart nr Sussex. 

Gillegan, Bartholomew, groceries, wines and liquors, h a Murray bet 
Sussex and Dalhousie, h same. 

Gillmor, Hugh, carpenter, h 44 Daly bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 

Gilmour, Allan, (Gilmour & Co.) h Vittoria bet O'Connor and Bank. 

GILMOUR & CO., lumber merchants, off 205 Wellington bet O'Con- 
nor and Bank. 

GILPIN, ROBERT, propr " Old Lion" tavern, cor Little Sussex and 
St. Paul. 

Gingras, David, laborer, Russell House. 

Gingras, J. F., asst. French translator Legislative Assembly. 

Qinville, H., sawyer, Levi Young. 

Girouard, Joseph, sawyer, h New Edinburgh. .'■- 

Girouard, Lawrence, sawyer, h New Edinburgh. 

Glaude, Claude, raftsman, h a s St. Andrew, bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Gleason, John, laborer, h Biddy. 

Gleason, Patrick, laborer, h Biddy. 

Gleesie, Pattick, shoemaker, D. McQuade. 

Gleeson, Edward, shoemaker, h 132 Clarence. 

Gleeson, John, laborer, C. Garth. 

Gleeson, John, butcher, 8 market building. 

Gleeson, Thos., laborer, h Nelson, bet Parry and Rideau. 

Gleister, Richard, foreman stone cutter, Thos. McGreevey. 

Gleister, Richard, stone oatter, Thos. MoGreevey. 



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Oleister, Wm., stone cutter, Thos. MoGreeTey. 

Glover, Thomaa, laborer, h h a Uaird nr Oarieton. 

Glover, Capt. Frederick, stafi' officer of pensioners, h Bungalow, Albert st. 

Godard, N., chief clerk, and Provincial bookkeeper, Inspector General'a 

office, h Daly. 
Goddard, George, grinder, axe factory, S. Washburn. 
Godin, Francis, laborer, h s s St. Patrick bet Cumberland and King. 
GODLEY, D£NIS, Governor's Secretary, off Eastern Block, res Rideau 

Hall. 
Godwin, George, carpenter, h Cumberland bet Clarence and Murray. 
Godwin, Jeremiah, tailor, 72 Clarence, h same. 
Godwin, Joseph, harness maker, 22 Rideau. 
Goff, George, lamplighter, Ottawa Gas Co. 
Go'ff, William, bricklayer, h 16 Augusta. 
Good, John, laborer, Ottawa Gas Works. 
Goode, John, laborer, h e cor Cathcart Square. 
Goode, John, clerk, Goode's Hotel. 

GOODE'S HOTEL, Dan. Goode, prop, cor Rideau and Nicholas. 
Goodeeve, W. M., clerk. Provincial Registrar's office, h Cathcart bet 

Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Gooden, John, carder and cloth drosser, h s s Murray bet King and 

Cumberland, 
Goodman, Joseph, laborer, h Theodoro nr Nicholas. 
Goodwin, Charles, contractor, h s s Church bnt King and Cumberland. 
GOODWIN, JAMES, contractor, h Carleton .• r McTaggayi. 
Goodwin, John, laborer, h Gloucester bet Peroy and Concessioa Line> 
Goodwin, John, sawyer. Per ley & Pattee. 
Goodwin, Mrs. Mary, h Metcalfe bet Queen and Albert. 
Goodwin, Wm., blacksmith, J . & W. Ahoarn. 
Gordon, Edward, clerk, P. 0., h Sparks cor Hugh. 
Gorman, James, bookkeeper, Levi Young, h Middle, Victoria Island, 
Gorman, James, laborer, h nr Canal Basin. 
Gorman, Philip, hotel keeper, 68 Clarence. 
Gorman, Ric.' ird, laborer, h No. 9, Barrett's Row, Red path. 
Gorman, William, boomaman, h Oregon bet Sherwood and Broad, L.B.F. 
Gosliu, C^rile, laborer, h s sSt. Patrick, bet Dalhousie and Cumberlrnd. 
Goudie, C, bookbinder. Queen's Printer. 
Gougeon, Alphonse, ^'nrtender, Albion Hotel. 
Gongeon, Joseph, laborer, h n s Park bet Gloucester and Chapel- 
GOtilN, JAMES A., prop Russell House, cor Sparks and Elgin. 
GOULDEN, CH.^^RLES, prop Goulden's Hotel. Sussex cor Bolton. 
GouldcL, Jame" h cor Sussex and Bolton. 
Goulden, Joseph, oi^rk, b.ls Sussex, cor Bolton. 
GOULDTHRITE, P'^MUEL, prop Centre Sal^pn and Restaumqt, ear 

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Ooulet, B'.ptiite, laborer, h s i Cathoart bet Cumberland aud Kinc;. 

Goul«^, J0( '-ph, laborer, h n s Church, bot Dalhouaio a (l Subscx. 

(rotV; John, offioe-keeper, Provinoial Secretary's Department, h n s Paly 

bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 
Gow, John W,, messsengor, Crown Law office, (Eaat,) h Rideau e of 

Augusta. 
GOWAN, JAMES, gHder, manfr. of picture frames, mouldings, &o., 

45 Bideau, h same. 
Gowan, James H., (H. i^ J. Chowan,) h 45 Rideau. 
Gowan, James, (TT. *'' ■' 'o^, l) h 45 Rideau. 
Gowan, Hunter, ^\. & J. Uov^ran) h 45 Rideau. 
GOWAN, H. & "^ . r rers and gilders, looking-glass and picture-frame 

manu'* iMirers, 4i> Rideau. * 

Gowdy, M . . Vittoria nr John. 
Goyer, 0. »t'tieolwriRht, bds Albion Hotel. 

Gi.ibael, Marmaduke, farmer, h Wilbrod bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 
Grace, Pierce, tailor, h and shop Kent nr Wellington. 
Grady, Wm., laborer, h Bridge bet Qucon and Ottawa, L.B.F. 
GRAHAM, ALEX., collector inland revenue, h 276 Rideau. 
Graham, Andrew, freight clerk, 0. & P. Depot. 
GRAHAM, ARCHIBALD, (Graham & Co.) h Maria bet O'Connor and 

Bank. 
Graham, David, shoemaker, h n b Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
GRAHAM, DUNCAN, collector of customs, port of Bytown, off Elgin 

opp Russell House, h Daly bet Chapel and Augusta. 
Graham, Francis, stone-outter, h Besserer bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 
Graham, Francis, stone-cutter, h Vittoria nr Kent. 
Graham, James, hair-dresser, 7 Sussex, h Rideau, Sandy Hill. 
Graham, James F., lumber merchant, Mathews' Hotel. 
Graham, John, carpenter, h Bank oor. Biddy. 
GRAHAM, JOHN, propr Albion Hotel, Nicholas cor Daly. 
Graham, Mrs. Sarah, h Cumberland bet Clarence and Murray. 
Graham, Patrick, hair-dresser, 17 Metcalfe, h Sandy Hill, Stewart St. 
Graham, Peter, hair-dresser, J. Graham, bds same. 
Graham, Robert, hotel-keeper, 108 SuBmex. 

Graham, Robert, salesman, Graham & Uo., bds oor Maria and O'Connor. 
Graham, Robert H , derk, W. D. Wcod, bds 38 Rideau. 

RAH a: wM., propr City Hotel, 35, 37 and 39 Clarence. 
ir:aham, William, messenger. Leg. Assembly, h Vittoria. 
GRAHAM & CO., (Archibald Graham) dry goods and groceries, 48 

Sparks, h cor Maria and O'Coanor. 
Grand River Hotel, Richd. Naglo, prop. Sussex cor Clarence. 
Grant, Edward, watchmaker and dealer in watches, clocks and jewelry, 

321 Wellington, h same. 
Grant, Donald A., clerk and book-keeper, surveying branch, (West) 

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broker, Elgin cor Sparks, h 188 n s Rideau nr King. (See card.) 
Grant, Francis, watchmaker, bds*321 Wellington. 
Grant, James, watchmaker, bds 321 Wellington. 
GRANT, JAMES A., M.D., physician and surgeon, 64 Rideau, 
Grant, John, carpenter, h Stewart bet Cumberland and King. 
Grant, John, clerk, C. Austin, 89 Rideau. 
Grant, John M., clerk, U. 0. Sales Branch, Dept Crown Lands, h Thco- 1 

dore cor Chapel. 
GRANT, LEWIS, (^Grant & Henderson,) h s s Bolton bet Sussex and] 

Dalhausie. 
Grant, Mrs. Flora, (widow John) h 23 Clarence. 
Grant, Mrs. Jane, saloon and restaurant, George nr Sussex. 
GRANT & HENDERSON, (Lewis Grant and John S. Henderson,) im- 
porters of dry goods, millinery, carpets, &c., 9 & 11 Sussex. (See| 

card.) 
Gravelle, C^saire, carpenter, h s s Ottawa bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Gravelle, Charles, raftsman, h s s St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie, | 
Gravelle, David, carpenter, h s s Ottawa bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Gravelle, Louis, butcher, with H. F. Moore. 
Graves, John, clerk, C. T. Bate & Co., bds Sparks. 
Green, James, laborer, h s s Redpath, bet Carlcton and Dalhousie. 
Green, Mrs. Agnes, h Mosgrove nr. St. Paul. 
Green, Mrs. Frances, 3 Princess Terrace. 
Green, Patrick, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co, 
Green, Seymour, carpenter, h Sussex. 

Green, William, printer, foreman, Citizen office, h 226 Rideau. 
Greenaway James, steamfitter, Charles Garth. 
Greenaway, John, laborer, h Wilbrod, bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Greenaway, John, steamfitter, C. Garth. 

Greene, Edward P., barber and hair-dresser, h n s Clarence nr Sussex. | 
GREENE, JOHN, groceries, boots and shoes, 238 Wellington, 

240 Wellington. 
Greenwood, Michael A., carpenter and builder, h Richmond Road. 
Gregoire, Joseph, laborer, h Wilbrod bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 
GREGORY, CHAS. A., (Stiff & Gregory,) h York bet Cumberlanl 

and King. 
Grenier, B., messenger. Parliament Buildings, h Ottawa bet King 

Nelson. 
Griffin, Kdward, (Workman & Griffin,) 30 Rideau. 
Griffin, Henry W., clerk. Accountants Branch, P. 0. Dept, bds Spart 

bet Hugh and Sally. 
Griffin, Michael, grocery and provision store, n s St. Andrew bet Susseil 

and Dalhousie. 
GRIFFIN, W. H., Deputy Postmaster General, h s s Sparks bet Huglj 

and Sally. 
Grier, William, tailor and clothier, 59 Sussex. 



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Grimes, Frank, foreman, A. H. Baldwin, bds Ohaudiere Hotel. 
Grimes, Mrs., ladies' and children's underclothing, s s Cathcart bet 

Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Grimes, Orrin, sawyer, A. H. Baldwip, bds Chaudiere Hotel. 
Grimes, Thomas, boot and shoe manufacturer, s s Cathcart, bet Sussex 

and Dalhousie. 
Grison, Henry, h laborer, cor Sherwood and Oregon. 
GRISON, LOUIS A., librarian, French Canadian Institute, and general 

agent, h St. Patrick, bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Grison, Mrs. Marguerite (widow Claude,) h s s St. Patrick, bet Sussex 

and Dalhousie. 
GRIST, HENRY, insurance, parliamentary and patent right agent, o£f 

Sussex, 2 doors north of York, h cor Chapel and Theodore. 
Groulx, Alphonse, clerk, 98 Sussex. 
Groalx, A. A., tinsmith, Esmonde Bros., h St. Andrew. 
Groulx, Baptiste, laborer, h s s Ottawa bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Groulx, Fran^oois X., carpenter, h n s Parry bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Groulx, Joseph, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Groulx, Joseph, carter, h s s Ottawa bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Groulx, Joseph, carter, J. M. Currier & Co., h n s Church nr King. 
Groulx, J. Bte., laborer, n s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and Dalhousie. 
Groulx, J. Baptiste, pilot, h Broad bet Queen and Oregon, L.B.F. 
Groulx, J. Bte , laborer, h & s Ottawa bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Groulx, J. Baptiste, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 
Groulx, J. B., sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Groulx, Leandre, mason, h Ottawa bet King and Nelson. 
Groulx, Louis, laborer, h Broad nr Oregon, L.B.F. 
Groulx, Toussaint, (Groulx and Moreau,) h e s Dalhousie bet St. Andrew 

and Bolton. 
Groulx, Xavier, clerk, Montreal House, bds same. 
GROULX & MOREAU, (Toussaint Groulx and Israel Moreau,) 

manufacturers and dealers in boots and shoes, 71 Sussex. 
Grubert, Lawrence, shoemaker, h 140 York. 

Guenard, Antoine, h s s St. Patrick, bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Gucrard, J. Bte., general store, cor Church and Dalhousie, h same. 
Guerard, Joseph, painter, h s s Napoleon be*'' King and Nelson. 
Gaerin, Thomas, engineer, Dept Public Works, h s s Sparks, Desbarat's 

Building. 
Guertin, Francois Xavier, h s s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and Dal- 
housie. 
Guertin, Nelson, clerk, R. R. Booth. 
Guest, Mrs. Matik-a, h Ottawa bet Cathcart and Lloyd. 
GUIGUES, RIGHT REV. JOS. EUG , Bishop of Ottawa, Palace, St. 

Patrick near Cathedral. 
Guilchrist, John, boarding house, 26 Clarence. 
Gunn, Joho; culler, Currier & Co., has Cathcart bet Cumberland and 

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Gunn, Philip, look laborer. 

Gunn, Thomas, laborer, s e limits. 

Gunn, Thomas, laborer, Ottawa gas works. 

Gurry, Andrew, bds cor St. Andrew and Cumberland. 

Gurry, Edward, laborer, h cor Cumberland and St. Andrew. 



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Hackett, Miss Anna, private school, 64 Sparks. 

Hackett, Mrs. Eliza C, principal, young ladies boarding and day school, 

Queen cor Metcalfe. 
Hackett, Mrs, Sarah, 64 Sparks. 

Hagarty, Henry, laborer, New Edinburgh woollen factory. 
Hails, Robert, clerk, James Buchanan. 
Halfpenny, David, clerk, J. Thompson. 
Halfpenny, Jacob, tanner, J. Rochester, jr. 
Hall, Edward, confectioner, 172 Wellington, h 170 Wellington. 
Hall, Frederick A., clerk, Crown Lands Dept, h Wellington cor Bay. 
Hall, John, raftsman, h s s Murray nr King. 
Hallandal, Francis, propr Britannia Inn, 251 Wellington bet Bank and 

Kent. 
Halpin, J. laborer. Queen's Printer. 
Hambly, John, mas3n, Thomas McGreevey. 
Hamel, Felix, book-keeper, Dept Public Works, h ^^ s St. Patrick bet 

Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Hamil, Patrick, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 
Hamilton, John, clerk, Hamilton's Hotel, York nr Sussex. 
Hamilton, L. H., foreman raftsman, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
HAMILTON, R. R., propr Hamilton's Hotel, York nr Sussex. 
HAMIiiTON, WM., (Elliott & Hamilton,) h 23 Rideau. 
HAMILTON BROS., lumber merchants, Sussex bet Church and St. 

HAMILTON'S HOTEL, York nr Sussex, R. R. Hamilton, propr. 

Hamlin, Henrietta, dress-maker, h Church bet King and Cumberland. 

Hamlin, John, office-keeper, P. 0. Dept., 192 Clarence. 

Hanafin, John, office keeper, P. 0. Dept., h basement Western Block. 

Handerkin, Thomas, butcher, h Bridge, bet Ottawa and Queen, L.B.F. 

Handy, Peter, moccasin-maker, h n s Murray cor Dalhousie. 

Handy, Peter, barber, bds 15 Clarence. 

Hanly, Thomas, baker, shop and house, 82 Rideau. 

HANNUM, JAS. M. T., general com. agent, and agent Canada Wes- 
tern Ass. Co., 19 Sparks, h Slater opp Skating Rink. 

Haram, Robt., cabinet-maker, h George n s cor William. 

Hardy. Henry, clerL, J. Buchanan, bds Maria. 

Hardy, Ralph, clerk, James Buchanan. 

Hargrave, G., olerk, Sec'y's Branch, P. 0. Dept., bds Duignan's Hotel, 
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HARINGTON, T. D,, Deputy Receiver General, bds 3 Princesa Terrace. 

HarmoD, Miss A. M., young ladies' institute, h 271 Wellington. 

Harold, Thomas, labourer, h s s Parry bet Gloucester and Chapol. 

HARPER, J. W., paymaster, Dept. Public Works, bds RusboU House. 

Harrington, Mrs. Ellen, h 208 Rideau. 

Harris, George, bricklayer, h Nicholas cor Theodore. 

Harris, James, veterinary surgeon, rear 72 Clarence, h 70 Clarence. 

Harris, James, mason, h cor Ottawa and Wilbrod. 

Harrison, John, butcher, h No. 7 Barrett's Row, Redpath. 

Harrison, William, harness-maker, bds 240 Wellington. 

Harrod, Joseph, fireman, Ottawa Gas Works. 

HARTFORD FIRE INS. CO., (Hartford, Ct.,) W. Wade, agent, off 

Ontario Bank. (See card.) 
Hartnett, Maurice, porter, D. Waters. 
Hartcett, Michael, well-digger, h Maria nr Richmond Road. 
Hartney, Henry, chief office clerk, and clerk printing committee, Leg. 

Assembly, h Hugh bet Sparks and Queen. 
Harvey, Arthur, statistical clerk, Audit office, h 230 Rideau. 
Harvey, Colin, plumber and gasfitter, h w s Bank s of Queen. 
Harvey, John, carpenter, h C^ueen bet Elgin and Metcalfe. 
Harvey, Mrs. Ann, h Nicholas, bet Rideau and St. Paul. 
Harwood, Edward, clerk, E McGillivray & Co. 
HARWOOD, GEORGE P., proofreader, offica of Queen's Printer, h 

Queen bet Metcalfe and O'Connor. 
Harwood, John, printer, h 150 Wellington nr Bank. 
Hastings, Patrick, stone-cutter, h n s Murray, bet Dalhousie and Cum- 
berland. 
Hatcher, John, laborer, bds 82 Rideau. 
Hatton, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Gloucester bet Parry and Rideau. 
Haughey, Wm., stone cutter, h 181 Wellington bet O'Connor and Bank. 
Hauser, Augustin, news and periodical depot, 152 Wellington, nr Bank, 

h same. ^ 

Hawker, Joseph, gas fitter, Ottawa Gas Works, h King bet Rideau and 

York. 
Hawkins, Edward, clerk, Fingland & Draper, 47 Sussex. 
Hawkins, Edward, cellar man, Victoria Brewery. 
Hawkins, George, shipping clerk, M. K. Dickinson, h 205 Rideau. 
Hawkins, James, carpenter, h 138 Rideau. 
Hawkins, James, sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 

Hawley, Alex., carpenter, h n s Besserer bet Cumberland and King. 
HAY, GEORGE, importer, wholesale and retail dealer in shelf and 

heavy hardware and agricultural implements, 24 Sparks, h same. 
Hay, Henry C, clerk. Customs Dept., h Queen bet Elgin and Metcalfe. 
HAY, WM., bookkeeper, Victoria Foundry, h Kentnr Wellington. 
Haycock, Edward, (Jones, Haycock & Clarke), res Hull, 0. E. 
Haycock, Edward B., (Haycock & Haycock) res Hull, 0. E. 
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Hayoock, Richard H., (Hayoook & Haycook), res Hull, 0. E. 

Haycock, Samuel H., civil engineer, res Hull, C. E. 

HAYCOCK & HAYCOCK, (E. B. and R. H. Hayoook), attorneys and 

solicitors, off. 11 Elgin, over P. 0. Block. (See card.) 
Hayden, E. C, clerk, Accountant's Branch, P. 0. Dept., h 238 Wei- 

lingtou. 
Hayden, Airs. Bridget, h Stewart bet King and Cumberland. 
Hayden, Pat, mason, Thos. McGrcevey. 
Hayes, F., assistant English translator. Legislative Assembly, h St. 

Patrick, nr Sussex. 
Hayes, John Q., salesman, T. & W. Hunton, bds Mathews' Hotel. 
Hayes, Michael, h William bet George and Rideau. 
HAYES, M. P., manager. Royal Canadian Bank, 77 Sparks, bds 34 

Sparks. 
Haya, Patrick, carter, h n s Daly, bet Nicholas and Ottawa. 
Hazleton, John, carpenter. Power & Son. 
Heavey, Andrew, contractor, h Sussex, over Nye's tobacco store. 
Hector, Thomas, clerk, Dept. Crown Lands, h 260 Wellington, cor mkt 

Square. 
Helpin, John, laborer, h s s Murray bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Hely, Fitzwi'iliam B., land agent and commission merchant, h St. Paul 

nr Little Sussex. 
Henderson, Abraham, mason, h John ur Yittoria. 
Henderson, Alex., tanner, Jas. Woodland. 

Henderson, John, bookkeeper, J. M. Currier & Co., h New Edinburgh. 
HENDERSON, JOHN S., (Grant & Henderson,) h n s Stewart near 

Chapel. 
Henderson, Mrs., h Nicholas bet Stewart and Wilbrod. 
Heney, Alex., (Heney & Co.,) h George bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Heney, Alex., Ist landing waiter, Port of Bytown, h George. 
Heney, Alex., (H. Whiteside & Co.,) h Geor^": bet Cumberland and 

Dalhousie. ' 

Heney, Charles, laborer, h Gloucester, bet Ashburnham and Percy. 
Heney, Henry, harness maker, Heney & Co. 

HKNEY, JOHN, manfr. and dealer in boots and shoes, 90 Sussex, h same. 
HENEY & CO., (Alex. Heney and John Murphy,) saddle and harness 

manufacturers, 24 York. 
Hennessy, Michael, laborer, h Cumberland bet Stewart and Wilbrod. 
Henry, James, foreman, Perley & Pattee. 
HENRY, WM. J., M.D., physician and surgeon, off. 150 Wellington nr I 

Bank. 
HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE, John Townsend, lessee and manager, 

112 and 114 Wellington nr O'Connor. 
Heral, Wm., laborer, h Biddy bet Bank and Kent. 
Herbert, Jesse, plasterer, h Nelson nr cor Maria. 
Herbert, Patrick, boarding house, cor St. Paul and Nicholas. 
Herda, Charles F.; grocer; 161 Wellington, h same. 



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Heron, John, h 40 Palj oor Ottawa. 

Hester, Edward, olerk, Accountant's office, Militia Department. 

HetheringtOD, Mrs., & Co., milliners, &o., 82 Sussex. 

Heubach, George, (Heubaoh & Coward,) res Montreal, C. E. 

HEUBAOH & COWARD, (George Heubach and David W. Coward,) 
brokers, commission merchants, and insurance agents, 17 Sparks. 

Hewlett, Thomas, blaoksmith, Geo. White. 

Hewson, Hugh, laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

Hick, Frederick, clerk, S. ilowell, bds n s Daly bet King and Cumber- 
land. 

Hick, John, salesman, Garland, Mutohmor& Co., h Augusta bet Bideau 
' and Besserer. 

Hick, Robert, h Augusta, bet Rideau and Besserer. 

Hick, Robert, jr, law student, Scott & Ross, bds Augusta bet Rideau 
and Besserer. 

Hickey, Mrs. Catherine, (wid John), h w s Dalhousic bet Bolton, Letter 
" 0," and Botler. 

Hickey, Mrs. Ann, h Nepean bet Percy and Concession Line. 

Hickey, Patrick, laborer, h n s Redpath, nr Dalhousic. 

HIGGINS, CHARLES T. R., Governor, Carleton County Jail, Nicholas 
bet Daly and Stewart. 

HIGGINS, M. A., clerk, Executive Council office, h Stewart bet Ot- 
tawa and Cumberland. 

Higgson, Richard, laborer, h n s Bolton bet King and Cumberland. 

Highland, Patrick, laborer, h n s Ottawa, bet Nelson and Gloucester. 

Hilcox, Wm., lalorer, h Biddy, bet Bank and O'Connor. 

Hill, Andrew, laborer, h Nelson nr Rideau. 

HILL, HAMNETT, M.D., off. " Tudor Hall," Victoria Terrace, h same. 

Hill, John, (Robinson & Co.,) h 50 Rideau cor William. 

Hill, John, metre inspector, Ottawa Gas Company, King bet York and 
Rideau. 

Hill, William, cabinetmaker, h cor Ottawa and Daly. 

HILLIARD, JOEJN, grocercies, wines and liquors, h n s Murray bet 
Dalhousie and Sussex. 

Hilliard, Robert, butcher, stall By Ward market, York, bds Murray bet 
Dalhousie and Sussex. 

Hillman, Charles, salesman, 11 Sussex. 

Hillman, Edward, W., clerk, J. A. Pioard, h 17 Sussex. 

Himsworth, Fred. H., clerk, Executive Council office, h O'Connor bet 
Slater and Maria. 

Himsworth, Wm. A., asst. confidential clerk. Executive Council, h Daly 
nr King. 

Hinchey, Thomas, second haiid furniture, 177 Wellington, h same. 

Hinds, Hugh, tinsmith, Ottawa cor St. Paul, h same. 

Hinds, Robert, tinsmith, h s s St. Paul bet Nicholas and Ottawa. 

Hirsh, Charles E., olerk, Mosgrove bet St. Paul and Rideau. 

Hitohingham, Thos, laborer, h ns Bolton bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 



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Hodges, Mrs. Frances, h 156 York. 

Hedgins, T. H., purser, steamer "Colonist," bds 71 Sparks. 

Hodgson, Thomas, carpenter, bds 52 Sussex. 

Hodgson, Wm., foreman with Thos. Gallagher, h 52 Sussex. 

Hogan, Cornelius, laborer, h 22 Clarence. 

Hogan, Thos., laborer, h s s Clarence bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Hogg, Paul, stonecutter, h Ottawa bet King and Nelson. 

Hogue, Denis, carter, bdf^ n s Murray bet Cumberland and King. 

Hogue, John, lumberman, h n s Church bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Hogue, Paul, carter, h n s St, Andrew bet Cumberland and Dalhousie. 

HOLBROOK, GEO. M., prop Peg Top Depot, merchant tailoring 

establishment, 8 Elgin, h Bunk bet Wellington and Vittoria. 
Holbrook, Thomas, bricklayer, h Gloucester bet Parry and Bideau. 
Holgate, Wm., (Holgate, Oli'^er & Annable,) h Queen bet Cathcart and 

Lloyd, L.B.F. 
HOLGATE, OLIVER & ANNABLE, (Wm. Holgate, John Oliver 

and Wm. Annable,) wholesale chair and bedstead factory, Head, 

rear Ottawa Flouring Mills. (See card.) 
Holland, James, sen., laborer, h Nepean bet Percy and Concession Line. 
Holt, Peter, clerk, Money Order Branch, P. O. Dept., h s s Slater bet 

O'Connor and Bank. 
Holt, S. H.,'clerk, Ottawa Branch, Bank of Upper Canada, bds Toronto 

House, 71 Sparks. 
HOME AND COLONIAL ASSURANCE CO., J. T. & W. Pennook, 

agents, IQi Sparks. 
Hope. James, (James Hope & Co.,) h Sparks cor Elgin. 
HOPE, JAMES, & CO., (James Hope and S. S. M. Hunter), stationers 

and bookbinders, Sparks, cor Elgin. (See card.) 
Horsey, Henry H., architect, h 285 Rideau. 
Horton, Samuel, laborer, h Nelson, bet Parry and Rideau. 
HOTEL DU CANADA, (late old College), B. B. Lariviere, proprietor, 

Sussex. (See card.) 
Hotte, James, laborer, No. 10, Barrett's Row, Redpath. 
Hotte, Simon, laborer, bds n a St. Andrew bet Cumberland and Dalhousie. 
Hotte, Tannis, carter, h n s Murray, bet Cumberland and King. 
Hotte, Thad4, laborer, h Water bet King and Rideau River. 
Houston, Andrew, stono cutter, h Wilbrod bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Houston, Edward, messenger. Ordnance Office, h Besserer ur Ottawa. 
Howe, George, (George Howe & Son), h 69 Sussex. 
Howe, James G., (George Howe & Son,) h 69 Sussex. 
Howe, William, painter, h George bet William and Dalhousie. 
HOWE, GEORGE & SON, (George and James G. Howe,) boot and 

shoe manufacturers and dealers in shoe findings and leather, 10 

Rideau and 69 Sussex. (See card.) 
HOWELL, SAMUETj, grocer, Rideau cor Sussex, h 60 n s Daly bet 

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HOWES, W. B., proprietor Crown Hotel, 56 Rideau. 

Hewlett, Andrew, laborer, h cor Nepean and Concession Line. 

Hoy, James, library messenger, Parliamentary Library, h 311 Wellington 

cor Water. 
Huband, Charles, clerk, C. T. Bate & Co., h O'Connor, bet Albert and 

Slater. 
Huckeil, Bonj., clerk, h 49 York. 

HUCKELL, BENJAMIN,'proprietor Kingston Inn, York cor ])alhou8ie, 
Huckeil, Thomas, (Angus & Huokell,) h York. 
Huckeil, Wm., compositor, office of Evening Post, bds cor York and 

Dalhousie. 
Hueston, Andrew, stone cutter, Thos. McGreevey. 
Hughes, John, shoemaker, has Bolton, bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Hughes, Noble, clerk. H. McLean, 17 Sparks. 
Hugill, John, (J. J. Vaughan & Co.,) bds 190 Wellington. 
Hull, Benjamin, sawyer, A. H. Baldwin, bds Chaudi6re Hotel. 
HUMPHRIES, GEORGE, carriage and sleigh manufacturer, 45, 47, 

and 49 Daly, h Stewart. (See card). 
HUMPHRIES, WILLIAM J., bookkeeper and geneial collector, h 

Queen, opp Duke, L.B.F. (See card.) 
Hunter, Francis, accountant. Receiver General's office, h Ottawa bet 

Daly and Stewart. 
Hunter, Robert, (Hunter, Rose «& Co,,) h 84 Metcalfe cor Maria. 
Hunter, S. S. M., (Jas. Hope & Co.,) bds 34 Sparks. 
HUNTER, ROSE & CO., (Robert Hunter, Geo. Maclean Rose and 

Franyoin Lemieax,) Parliamentary and general book and job 

printers, binders, &o., Sally cor Queen. (See card.) 
Hunton, Thomas, (T. & W. Hunton,) h 47 Sparks. 
Hunton, Wm., (T. & W- Hunton,) h Richmond Roadnr Victoria Terrace. 
HUNTON, T. & W., (Thomas and William Hunton,) dry goods, 47 and 

49 Sparks. ^ 

Huot, Michael, sawyer, Levi Young. 
Huot, Fabien, teamster, J. M. Currier & Co. 
HURD, THOMAS G., land and estate agent, off. Nicholas bet Rideau 

and St. Paul, h cor Nicholas and Theodore. 
HURLEY, JOHN, dealer in fruit and provisions, 42 York, h same. 
Hurley, Patrick, stone cutter, bds Ashburnham. 
Hurley, Mrs. Annie, h Nepean bet Ashbu:'nham and Percy. 
Hurtubise, Raphael, painter, hes Cumberland bet Cathcartand Bolton. 
Huson, George, pressman. Hunter, Rose & Co., bds Hugh bet Sparks 

and Queeu. 
Huson, Hugh, laborer, Perley and Pattee. 
Huson, Wm., waiter, h Hugh bet Sparks and Queen. 
Hutcheson, Charles, bookkeeper, Cunningham k Lindsay, bds Maria. 
Hutchesor^ Wm., carpenter, h n s Maria bet O'Connor and Bank. 
HutchingamC; Thomas B., clerk, Geo. Scale. 



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Hntohison, Heory, oab driver, h 183 Wellington, bet O'Oonnor and 

Bank. 
Hutchison, Robert, miller, h Sherwood bet Queen and Oregon, L.B.F. 
Hutchison, Thomas, miller, Ottawa Flouring Mills, h Sherwood, L.B.F. 
Hutchison, Wm., Clerk of Works, Eastern block, Dept'l Buildings, h 

n 8 Maria bet Elgin and Metcalfe. 
HutHon, Alfred, steam-fitter, Chas. Garth, 25 Rideau, bds d2 Sussex. 
Hyde, Thomas, chair maker, Holgate, Oliver & Annable. 



Ilife, Samuel, baker, bds Dalhoueie, bet Church and St. Andrew. 
Ilife, Thomas, baker, w s Dalhousie, bet Church and St. Andrew, h same, 
Immigration Office, Metcalfe nr Depot, Wm. J. WillS) Agent. 
IMPERIAL FIRE INSUR .NCE CO., London, D. M. Grant, agent, 

Sparks cor Elgin. 
Ingils, Henry, merchant, h 70 Daly. 
Innes, John, clerk. Patent Branch, (west,) Dept. Crown Lands, h Queen 

opp Duke. 
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, George Clarke, proprietor, Sparks cor 

O'Connor. 
Irvine, Lt.-Col, aide-de-camp to His Excellency the Governor General. 
Irving, Wm., upholsterer, Daly cor Ottawa. 
Irvin, Wm., carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
ISAAC, THOMAS, dealer in shelf and heavy hardware, stoves, iron, 

steel, rope, twine, &o., 45 Sparks oor Metcalfe, h 24 Metcalfe near 

Sparks. (See bard.) 



Jackson, Henry, clerk, Dept. Public Works, h n s Rideau bet Cobourgh 

and Charlotte. 
Jackson, Jamns, clerk, C. T. Bate & Co., bds Metcalfe cor Queen. 
Jackson, William, printer, h s s Albert bet Con. Line and Richmond Rd. 
JACQUI^, ALEXANDER, foreman, Times office, h 60 Sparks. 
JACQUIES, A. G., proof-reader, Queen's Printing office h Queen bet 

Metcalfe and O'Connor. 
Jacquies, Miss Emily, boarding house. Queen, bet Metcalfe and O'Connor. 
Jally, Joseph, laborer, h cor Carleton and Redpath. 
James, James, boarding house, 66 Sparks. 
James, Samuel C, carter, h n s Daly bet Nicholas and Ottawa. 
Jamieson, John, laborer, h s s Botler bet Dalhousie and Carletqn, 
Jamieeon, John C, clerk, George Cocker, 34 Sparks. 
Jamieson, Joseph, turner, Holgate, Oliver & Annable. 
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JamiefloD, Robert, bakery, Besserer bet King and Cumberland, h same. 
Jam>esoD, Wm., bakery, flour and feed store, Victoria Terrace, Riob- 

mond Road. 
Jammes, Pasobal, jr, bussdriver, Albion Hotel. 
JarTi" Henry, laborer, b n s Churcb nr King. • 
Jarvis, Rapbael, laborer, h n s Churcb nr King. 
Jar7ia, George M., clerk. Audit office, h Wilbrod bet Gloucester and 

Chapel. 
Jarvis, James, clerk, Robinson & Co., 45 Sussex. 
Jeanveau, Antoine, raftsman, h s s St. Patrick, bet Dalhousie and 

Sussex. 
Jeffrey, Nicholas, clerk, J. Brown, 67 Sparla. 
Jenki'Ld, Wm., spinner. New Edinburgh woollen factory. 
Jessop, Mrs. E., h St. Patrick. 
JdSBop, Robt. Henry, Indian Dept., h St. Pntrick. 
Jessup, Edward, bookkeper, Heubach & Coward, b s s Clarence bet 

Sussex and Dalhousie. 
JOHNDRAU, JAMES, engineer and machinist, E. B. Eddy,. Hull, CE. 
Johnson, A., sawyer, Bronsons, Westc ^ Co. 
Johnson, George, messenger, office Otta ya River Works, bds Bridge. 
Johnson, Henry, laborer, h n s Bolton, bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Johnson, Hugh, tinsmith, h Ottawa, cor St. Paul. 
Johnson, John, carter, h s s Oathcart bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Johnson, Mrs., h Kent bet Wellington and Vittoria. 
Johnson, Mrs., Isabella, (wid John,) h n s Murray bet Dalhousie and 

Cumberland. 
Johnson, William U., clerk. Bureau of Agriculture, h 106 Clarence. 
Johnson, W, U., statistical clerk. Bureau of Agriculture, h Cathcart. 
Johnston, Arthur, clerk, C. T. Bate & Co., bds Dalhousie nr York. 
Johnston, James G., grain merchant, Sussex. 
Johnston, Joseph, machinist, h Montreal, L.B.F. 
Johnston, Michael, tin, sheet iron, and copper ware, 258 cor Wellington 

and Market Square. 
Johnston, Mrs , 292 Wellington nr Bay, 
Johnston, Mrs. Adaline, (wid John), h n s Murray bet Cumberland and 

Dalhousie. 
Johnston, Mrs. Ann, h w s Bank s of Queen. 
Johnston, Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid Daniel,) h^s s St. Andrew bet Sussex and 

D:.lhcusie. 
Johnston, Mrs. Hannah, (wid John,) No. 6 Barrett's Row, Redpath. 
Johnston, Robert Francis, h s s Bolton, Letter " 0," nr Rideau River. 
Johnstone,, Archibald, laborer, b Ottawa bet Sherwood and Broad, L.B.F. 
Johnstone, Joseph, (Law & Johnstone,) h cor Queen and Bridge. 
Joinisse, Isidore, laborer, Perloy and Pattee. 
Jolicoeur, Andr6, plasterer, h s s Napoleon, bet King and Nelson. 
Joliooenr, Henri, laborer, Levi Young. 



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Joliooeur. Ho1d6me, boot and shoemaker, w s Dalhousie bet Ghurch and 

St. Patrick. 
Jolicocur, Michel, carpenter, h n s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and 

Dalhousie. 
Jolicoeur, Octave, shoemaker, h Dalhousie bet Bolton and Cathoart. 
Joliooeur. Oniseme, cab-driver, h Water bet King and Nelson. 
Jones, Alfred, machinist, Victoria foundry. 
Jones, Charles, clerk, H. F. MacCarthy, 236 Wellington. 
Jones, David, clerk, George Story. 

Jones, H. A., clerk, Inspector General's office, h 50 Sussex. 
Jones, Henry J., clerk, Surveyor General's office, Dept. Crown Lauds, 

bds Graham's, Yittoria. 
Jones, John, laborer, h Sherwood. 
Jones, John, weaver, New Edinburgh woollen fiictory. 
Jones, Mrs. Catherine, h Ottawa bet Lloyd and Bridge, L.B.F. 
Jones, Mrs. Sarah, h Nicholas bet Stewart and Wilbrod. 
Jones, Ralph, (Jones, Haycock & Clarke,) res Port Hope. 
JONES, S. L, publisher daily (evening) and weekly Post, Metcalfe 

two doors south of Sparks, h O'Connor cor Slater. 
Jones, Thomas, laborer, h Maria near Canal Basin. 
JONES, REV. T. BEDFORD, LL.D., Church of England, h Daly, 

bet Nelson and Gloucester. 
Jones, Thomas J., cabman, h 209 Rideau. 
Jones, William, cabinetmaker, h Maria nr Canal Basin. 
Jones, W. H., clerk. Provincial Secretary's office, E. S., bds at Mrs. 

Brown's, foot of Sussex. 
JONES, HAYCOCK & CLARKE, (Ralph Jones, Edward Haycock, 

and Thomas C. Clarke,) contractors, 11 Elgin over Post Office. 
Joseph, J., sawyer, Wm. Taylor. 
Journeaux, Philip, carpenter, h Yittoria. 
Joyce, J., wagon-maker, Queen bet Cathcart and Lloyd, h Cathcart bet 

Queen and Ottawa, L.B.F. . < 

Joyce, James, carpenter, h s s Theodore. 
Joyce, Patrick, bakery. King bet Rideau and York, h same. 
Joynt, James D., clerk. Division Court office, h n s Rideau bet Augusta { 

and Cobourg. 
Jubarn, Alphonse, carpenter, h Park nr Nelson. 
Judah, Frederick T., chief clerk, Jesuits Estate and Crown Domain, 

Dept. Crown Londs, h s s Victoria Terrace. 
Julien, Henri, engineer, h Cumberland bet Murray and St Patrick. 
Junot, A., book-binder. Queen's Printer. 
Junot Cyrillc, clerk, Militia Dept., bds Canada Hotel, Sa sex. 

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Kain, Mrs. Elizabeth, (widow William,) h n s Botler bet Dalhousie and 
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Kane, Thomas, watchman, govornment works, h s s Maria bet Bank 
and Kent. 

Kane, Thomas, carpenter, Thomas MoGreevey. 

Kavanagh, Francis, clerk, Robinson & Co. 

Kavanagh, James, tailor, h 182 York. 

Kavanagh, Joseph, clerk, Robinson k Co. 

KAVANAGH, MICHAEL, proprietor "Queen's Restaurant," Wel- 
lington cor Metcalfe opp Parliament Buildings. 

Kayanagh, Michael, laborer, h Nopean nr concession line. 

Kavanagh, Michael, confectioner, A. Scott. 

KavAnaeh, Patrick, plasterer, h s s Clarence bet Dalhousie and Cum- 
berland. 

KAVANAGH, TIMOTHY, flour and feed store, 54 Ridean, h same. 

Kays, John, seryant. Dr. Hill, h Nelson s of Richmond Road. 

K^aley, Martin, laborer, h Wilbrod bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 

ilealey, Michael, laborer, h Albeit nr Richmond Road. 

Kbtley, Thomas^ laborer, h Cumberland bet Daly and Stewart, 

Kear, Josiah, book-keeper, C. T. Bate & Co., h n s Besserer bet Cum- 
berland and King. 

Kearns, Benjamin, h 85 Daly cor Ottawa. 

Kearns, Peter, (Kearns & Ryan,) h 164 Clarence. 

KEARNS & RYAN, (Peter Kearns and Patrick E. Ryan,) wholesale 
and retail fancy and staple dry goods and millinery, 49 Sussex cor 
York. 

Keating, M., chief messenger, Legislatiye Council, h Rideau. 

Keating, Patrick, laborer h n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Cum- 
berland. 

Keays, John, painter, h n s Bolton, Letter " 0" near Metcalfe. 

KEEPER, AUGUSTUS, barrister, attorney and solicitor, &o., office 12 
Elgin, h Queen bet Metcalfe and O'Connor. (See card.) 

KeegRU, Patrick, has Ottawa bet Augusta and Cobourg. 

Keevil, Arthur, clerk, Edward Burstall, h Sussex. 

Kehoe, John, blacksmith. Court House Avenue, h 112* York. 

Kehoe, Mathew, carpenter, Thos McGreevey, h Biddy. 

Kehoe, Mrs. Sarah, (widow John,) h n s Church bet Sussex and Dal- 
housie. 

Kehoe, Thomas, blacksmith, n s Church bet Sussex and Dalhousie, 
h same. 

Kehoe, Sexton, tailor, h 75 Clarence. ' * 

Kehoe, William, blacksmith, h Nicholas w s near Theodore. 

Kehoe, William, general blacksmith, n s George bet Sussex & William. 

Keir, Robert W., despatch clerk, Times office, h Besserer nr Ottawa. 

Kelley, B., laborer, Perley & Pattee. 

Kelley, Daniel, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

KELLY, J. H., parliamentary agent, and local reporter, h Sussex. (See 
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Kellogg, H. D., watchmaker, Duko bet Lloyd and Bridge, h dame. 

Kelly, Dan., butoher, stall 6, market bailding, has CUrenoe, bet Dal- 
housie and Gumberlaad. 

Kelly, James, plumber, G. Oarth 25 Rideau. 

Kelly John, olerk of works, Parliameot building, bds Sussex. 

Kelly John, stone-cutter, Thos. MoGreevey, h Stewart bet Cumberland 
and King. 

Kelly, Michael, laborer, h Stewart bet Cumberland and King. 

Kelly, Mrs. Elizabeth, (widow Patrick,) has Clarence bet Dalhousie 
and Cumberland. 

Kelly, Patrick, tailor, h Nelson, bet Parry and Rideau. 

KELTY, A. C, manager Ottawa Branch, Bank of British North 
America, h 140 Wellington. 

Kendrick, Joseph, carpenter, h Maria bet Albert and Victoria Terracu, 

Kenly, David, clerk, W. M. Massuy. 

Kenly, John, clerk, Russell House, h n s Slater bet O'Connor and Bafik, 

Kenly, Robert, jr , watches, clocks and jewelry, 33 Sparks, bds same. 

Kenly, Robert, cooper, and city pork inspector, rear S8 Sparks, h 33 
Sparks. 

Kenna, Joha, butoher, h Lloyd bet Queen and Ottawa. 

Kennedy, Cornelius, butcher, stall 8 market building, h cor Cumberland 
».nd Clarence. 

Kennedy, George, (Campbell & Kennedy,) res nr Hartwell's Locks, 
Tp Nepcan. 

F ennedy, Henry, carpenter, h Sherwood bet Queen and Oregon, L.B.F. 

Kennedy, Henry, millwri ^ht, Levi Young. 

Kennedy, John, butcher, 10 market building, h s s Clarence, bet Cum- 
berland and Dalhousie. 

Kennedy, Mrs. Thomas, Victoria Terrace Hotel. 

Kennedy, P'..trick, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

Kennedy, Patrick, laborer, h Middle, Victoria Island. 

Kennedy, Patrick, laborer, h Nicholas bet Stewart and Wilbrod. 

Kennedy, Wm , house steward, Rideau Club, 200 Wellington. 

Kennedy, Wm., laborer, A. H. Baldwin. 

Kennedy William, laborer, h Lloyd bet Queen and Ottawa, L.BF. 

KENNEDY, WILLIAM, groceries, wines, and spirit dealer, cor St. 
Patrick and Dalhousie. 

Kenney, Mrs. Mary (wid Patrick,) bds s s St. Andrews bet Dalhousie 
and Cumberland. 

Kenney, Simon, engineer, bds n s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and Dal- 
housie. 

Ker, Josiah, book-keeper, C. T. Bate & Co.,h Besserer bet Cumberland 
and King. 

Kerr, Andrew, machinist, h Nelson bet Parry and Rideau. 

Kerr, Dawson, jr., clerk. Workman & Griffin, 30 and 32 Rideau. 

Kerr, Dawaon, printer, h 86 Va\j bet Cumberland and King. 



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Kerr, James, brewer, h Nelaon bet Parry and Rideau . 

Korr, John, maohiDist, Victoria foundry, h Queen, L.B.F. 

Korr, William, plumber, h King bot Voi V and Rideau. 

Kerwin, Thomas, clerk, b Stewart bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 

Kevs, Archibald, h Nelson bet Wilbrod and Theodore. 

Kidd, John, olerk, Oovernur Oeneral'a office. 

Kilby, Francis T., proprietor, Exchange Hotel, 16 Ciurenco. 

Kilby, Francis, jr., letter-carrier, Ottawa, P. O., bds n s Clarence bet 

Sussex and By Ward Market. 
Kilby, James, bds n s Clarence bet Sussex and By Ward Market. 
KILDUFF, PETER, general blacksmith, 34 York, h 48 Clarence. 
Killaly, John, civil engineer, h Lloyd, bet Queen and Ottawa, L.B.F. 
Kilsby, Mrs. Margaret, (widow William.) h Carleton east bet Baird and 

McKay. 
Kilt, John, carter, h Stewart bet Cumberland and King. 
Kilt, Patrick, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Kimber, John A., bakery, King bet Ottawa and Murray. 
Kimber, R., usher of the black rod. Legislative Council, res east end 

Parliament building, 
King, Brinsley, clerk, dead letter branch, P. 0. Dept., h Wellington. 
King, Charles, book-keeper, E. McQillivray, h Bay cor Ashburnham. 
King, Patrick, laborer, Times office. 
King, P. M., h 48 Rideau. 

KINGSTON INN, Benjamin Huckoll, propr, York cor Dalhousie. 
Kingston, Thomas, clerk, Jas. Skead, h n s Cathoart nr Rideau River. 
Kinsala, James, laborer, Ottaw.. ^as works. . 

Kinsala, Michael, laborer, h s e city limits. 

Kinsala, Thomas, laborer, h n s Murray bet King and Cumberland. 
Kipp, Wilfred, tit, copper and sheet-iron ware, Buke, bet Queen and 

Lloyd, h Church, L. T. 
Kipp, Wilfred, ginger-beer maker, h n s Church bet Cumberland and 

Dalhousie. 
KIRBY, THOMAS H 

and Nelson. 
Kirkpatriok, G. B., draughtsman, Surveying 

Crown Lands, h Besserer near King. 
Kirkwood, Alex., clerk, U. C. Sales Branch, Dept. Crown Lands, h cor 

Esther and Frank. 
Kitts, James, stone-cutter, h Ottawa bet Augusta and Cobonrgh. 
Knox James, carpenter, Thomas MoGreevey. 



Labarre, Mrs., (widow Frangois,) h n s Ottawa bet Nelson & Glonoester. 

Labelle, Godtroy, clerk, 82 Sussex. 

Labelle; Michael, water carter, h Park near Chapel. 



, (C. W. Bangs & Co.,) h n s Parry bet King 

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Labelle, Pierre, messeager, h n s Parry, bet Nelson and Gloucester. 

Laberge, Noel, laborer, h Nelson bet Parry and Bideau. 

LABERGE, ONESIME, hotel keeper, n s Murray bet Sussex and Dal- 

housie. 
Laberge, Peter, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 
Laberge, Pierre, shoemaker, h e s Dalhousie, bet York and Clarence. 
LaBont^, Francis, laborer, C. Garth. 
LaBruere B. de, acting inspector of agencies, Bureau of Agriculture, 

h Albert near Metcalfe. 
Lacasse, Moses, laborer, h Montreal, L.B.F. 
Lacasse, Napoleon, clerk, E. Martineau. 

Laoey, Thomas, butcher, 12 market building, h n s Oathcart nr Sussex, 
Lachance, A., pressman. Queen's Printer. 

Lachance, Antoine, permanent messenger^ Legislative ^Council, h Dal- 
housie near Station. 
Lachance, Louis, stone-cutter, h s s Park bet King and Nelson. 
Lachapelle, Antoine, carpenter, h n s Church bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Lacharit^, James, sawyer, William Taylor. 

Lacharit^, Nazaire,iaborer, h n s Church, bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Lacroix, J. B., messenger, Bureau of Agriculture, h Ottawa bet King 

and Nelson. 
Lacroix, Stephen, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 
Ladouceur, Martin, carter, h w s King bet Bclton, Letter " 0,'* and 

Cathcart. 
Ladouceur, Moses, sawyer, Levi Young. 

Ladurant^, Joseph, raftsman, h n s Church bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Lafltfbime, Nap., carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 
Lafleur, Augustin, sausage-maker, h n s St. Patrick bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. 
Lafleur, Louis, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 
Lafontaine, Francois, miller, James Wilkinson. 
Lafontaine, Narcisse, blacksmith, J. Smith. 

Lafontaine, N. laborer, h n s St. Andrew bet Dalhousie and Cuicberland. 
Laframboise, Bte, laborer, J. B. Booth. 
Laframboise, Henri, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Laframboise, H., sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 
Laframboise, Henri, tanner, h Broad bet Queen and Oregon. 
Laframboise, Pierre, laborer, Bronsons, Weston &Co. 
Lafrance, Antoine, book-binder, Queen's Printer. 
Lafrance, Joseph, ginger-beer manufacturer, h Gloucester bet Bideau 

and Parry. 
Lafrance, Louis, book-binder, 152 Clarence. 

Lajoie, A. G., asst librarian, Parliamentary Library, h Vittoria w of Kent. 
Lahaie, Aim^, caipenter, h n s Church bet Cumberland and Dalhousie. 
Lahaie, Toussaint, stone-mason, h s s Church bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Lalonde; Alexis, laborer, h King cor Parry. 



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Lalonde, Augnstio, laborer, h Nelson bet Parry and Bideau. 

Lalonde Felix, raftsman, h n s Churob bet Cumberland and Dalhousie. 

Lalonde, Frangois, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

Lalonde, Joseph, carpenter, h s s Ottawa bet Nelson and Gloucester. 

Lalonde, Nazaire, shoemaker, bus Bolton bet Sussex and ifalhousie. 

Lalonde, S., asst engineer, Queen's Printer. 

Lamarche, Charles, raftsman, h s s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and 
Dalhousie. 

Lamarche, Charles, tinsmith, A. Foisy, 29 Sussex. 

Lamb, John, millwright, h Sparks s s bet King and Sally. 

LAMB, WM. A., boots and shoes, 28 Sussex, bds Sparks opp Perkins' 
foundry. 

Lambert, F. X., clerk. Militia Dept., h n s Clarence nr Bideau Biver. 

Lambkin, Sergt. Thomas, Governor General's orderly, h Iting bet 
Bideau and Parry. 

Lamouche, Michel, printer, b s s St. Patrick bet Cumberland and Dal- 
housie. 

Landirier, John, carpenter. Peck & Gallup. 

Landon, Thomas, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 

Landri, FranQois, laborer, h n s St. Patrick bet King and Cumberland. 

Landrd Joseph, raftsman, b n s Murray bet Cumberland and King. 

Landrian, Frangois X., hotel-keeper, n s Murray bet Sussex and Dal- 
housie. 

LANE, GEO. H., Deputy Prov'l Begistrar, h Albert opp City Hall. 

Lane, Joel, carpenter. Power & Son. 

Lane, Joel J., joiner, h s s George bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Lang, James, painter, h 68 Sparks. 

Lang, John C., fresco and decorative painter, h 54 Daly bet Ottawa and 
' Cumberland. 

Lang, Mrs. Hanoab, grocer, 56 Daly, h 54 Daly, bet Ottawa and Cum- 
berland. 

LANG, J. C. & CO., fresco painters and decorators, 60 Sparks. 

Langevin, E. J., Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, off. Legislative As- 
sembly, bds 71 Sparks. 

LANGEVIN, HON. H. L., Solicitor General East, bds Toronto House, 
71 Sparks. 

Langford, Abraham, merchant tailor, h and shop John cor Vittoria. 

Langford, John, builder and contractor, h Vittoria nr cor Kent. 

Langford, John, stonecutter, Thos. McGreevey. 

Langrell, Thomas, Chief of Police, h 1237 Bideau. 

Langstaff, Wm., carpenter, h s s Besserer bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 

LANGTON, JOHN, M.A., Auditor of Public Accounts, h Wilbrod bet 
Ottawa and Cumberland. 

Langton, Patrick, foreman, Hunter, Bose & Co., h Vittoria n of Wel- 
lington. 

Lapierriere, A., library clerk, Parliamentary Library, h Besserer bet 
Ottawa and Cumberland. 



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Lapierre, Ernest A,, clerk, V. Laporte. 
LAPIERRE, F. X., proprietor Server Hotel, 75 Sussex. 
LAPIERRE, HORACE, atty and solicitor, off. cor York and Sussex. 
Lapierre, Bomuald, merchant tailor, 100 Sussex, h same. 
Lapointe, Octave, tinsmith, h s s St. Andrew bet Dalhousio and Cum- 
berland. 
Laporte, Victor, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 148 Rideau, h same. 
Lariviere, A., pressman, Queen's Printer. 
LARIVIERE, B. BERNARD, hotel keeper and dealer in dry goods, 

groceries, wines and liquors, 92 Sussex, Hotel du Canada. 
LARIVIERE, B. B., proprietor Hotel du Canada, (late old College,) 

Sussex. (See card.) 
Larivierre, Joseph, bds n s Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousic. 
Larivierre, Mrs. Julie, h Bank nr Sparks. 
Larriviere, Pierre, blacksmith. a.:d wagon maker ws Dalhousie bet 

Murray and Clarence. 
Lariviere, Severe, laborer h n s St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Larkin, Mathew, stone mason, h n s Ottawa opp Nelson. 
LaRocque, Antoine, laborer, h n s Church bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
LaRocque, Henri, laborer, h s s St. Andrew bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
LaRocque, Louis, laborer, Bronsonfa, Weston & Co. 
LaRocque, Louis, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
LaRoae, John, sawyer, J.M. Currier & Co, 
LaRose, Joseph, clerk of Works, Parliament Buildings. 
LaRose, Narcisse, laborer, h s s Cathcart bet Cumberland and King. 
LaRose, T. C, clerk, Militia Dept, bds Queen. 

Laselle, Odile, laborer, bdsss St. Andrew bet Cumberland and Dalhousic. 
Latimer, John, cabinet-maker, h w s William bet York and George. 
Latourelle, Joseph, raftsman, h w s Chapel bet Ottawa and Parry. 
Latrimouille, Octave, clerk, 98 Sussex, h s s Murray nr Sussex. 
Lattimer, Wm., manufacturer of boots and shoes, 157 Wellington cor 

O'Connor, h 159 Wellington. 
LAUDER, REV. J. S., rector Christ Church, parsonage adjoining 

Church, Sparks. 
Laughland, David, carpenter, h s s St. Paul bet Nicholas and Ottawa. 
Laughton, James, laborer, h Ottawa s of Stewart. 
Laurin, Alfred, cook, Russell House, h Elgin near Albert. 
Lauzon, John, carpenter, h n s Murray, bet Dalhousio and Cumberland. 
Lavallie, Louis, laborer, h s s Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
LAVER, AUGUSTUS, architect, Departmental Buildings, off 12 Elgin, 

h Daly cor Cobourg. 
Laverdure, J., tinsmith, C. Garth, 25 Rideau. 
Lavigne, Joseph, laborer, h s s Parry, bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Laviolette, Joseph, laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Lavois, Henry, stone-cutter, Thomas McGreevey. 
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LAW & JOHNSTONE, steam saw-mills, Queen on Ottawa River, L.B.F. 

Lawler, Michael, carpenter, h Vittoria near Kent. 

Lawless, John P., acot., Ottawa Branch Bank of B. N. A., 140 Wel- 
lington, h Stewart, nr Ottawa. 

Lawrence, George, clerk, Lawrence Bros. 

Lawrence, Joseph, (Lawrence Bros.,) h n s Church bet Cumberland and 
Sussex. 

Lawrence, Reuben, sen., h Ashburnham Hill. 

Lawrence, Reuben, jr., (Lawrence Bros.,) bds Ashburnham Hill. 

Lawrence, William, (Lawrence Bros.,) bds Ashburnham Hill. 

Lawrence, Thomas, cutter with P. A. Egleson. 

LAWRENCE BROS., (Joseph, Reuben, jr., and William,) boot and 
shoe manufacturers and dealers, 52 Sussex. (Sec card. 

Lawton, George, ostler, G. A. Buck. 

Lawton, James, ostler, G. A. Buck. 

Leamy, Mrs. James, boarding house, 25 York. 

Leatherland, William, stone-cutter, h King bet Parry and Ottawa. 

LEAVENS, DAVID R., coal oil and lamps, 84 Sussex, h same. (See 
card.) 

Leavens, Henry, student, bds 84 Sussex. 

Lebeau, Joseph, carpenter, h s s Murray, bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Lebeau, Simeon, manufacturer and dealer in boots and shoes, 73 Sussex. 

Leblanc, Alfred, clerk, E. Martineau, bds n s St. Patrick, bet Sussex 
and Dalhousie. 

Leblanc, Franyois, laborer, h s s Water bet King and Rideau River. 

Leblanc, Joseph, hotel-keeper, u s St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Leblanc, Pierre, hotel-keeper, n s St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Leclair, dit Francoour Joseph, laborer, h n s Baird nr Carleton. 

Ledaire, Octave, millwright, Perley & Pattee. 

Leclaire Th6ophilc, butcher, h s s St. Andrew cor Dalhousie. 

Leclair, William, millwright, h Sherwood bet Queen and Oregon, L.B.F. 

Lecombe, Mrs. (widow,) h n s St. Andrew bet Dalhousie & Cumberland. 

Lecourt, Andrew, blacksmith, h s s Bolton, Letter " 0," bet Metcalfe 
and Dalhousie. 

Lecourt, Isidore, blactsmith, s s Water bet King and Nelson. 

Lecourt, J. P. M., clerk, Indian Department, h n s Patrick, bet Sussex 
and Dalhousie. 

Leduc, Olivier, water carter, h s s Ottawa bet Gloucester and Chapel. 

Lee, Captain J. S., clerk of Customs Port of Bytown, Elgin, h Maria 
bet O'Connor and Bank. 

LEE, WM. HENRY, clerk. Executive Council, h Vittoria bet Kent 
and John. 

Lee, Wm. Horace, clerk, Executive Council office, bds W. H. Lee. 

LEES, ROBERT, (Lees & Gemmell,) Clerk of the Peace, Coun.y At- 
torney, off. Court House, h Tp Nepean. 

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LEES & GEMMELL, (Robert Lees and John J. Gemmell,) barristers, 
attorneys, solicitors, &o., Court House, Daly nr Nicholas. 

Lbfebvre, Louis, stouecntter, bds n s Bolton, bet Sussex and Dalhousie, 

Lefebvre, Louis, laborer, h n s Murray bet Cumberland and King. 

L6ger, Charles, pilot, steamer " Queen Victoria," s s Bolton bet Sussex 
and Dallhousie. 

LEGGO, CBRISTOPHER, M.D., physician and surgeon, off. 49 Sparks, 
hsame. (See card.) 

LEGGO, JOHN, dentist, off. 49 Spark's, h same. (See card.) 

Leitch, Newoombe, laborer, Victoria Brewery. 

Leith, George, compositor, office of Evening Post, bds Clarence. 

LEIVERS, EMANUEL, manager. Peck & Gallup, bds cor Metcalfe 
and Queen. 

LeMaistre, George, pressman, Queen's Printer. 

LeMaistre, G. E., bookbinder. Queen's Printer. 

LeMaistre, John, printer. Hunter, Rose & Co., h Bank bet Albert and 
Slater. 

Lemarge, Edward, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 

Lemenuski, Cassimere, carpenter, h Cumberland bet Stewart and Daly. 

Lemeouz, Ed., carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 

LEMIEUX, FRANCOIS, (Hunter, Rose & Co.,) h Metcalfe cor Maria, 

Lemieuz, J. E., housekeeper, Bureau of Agriculture, h Park nr Rideau 
River. 

Lemonde, Jos., Speaker's messenger, h n s Church bet Dalhousie and 
Cumberland. 

Lemoine, L. D., clerk, L C. Sales, E. S., Dept. Crown Lands, h Glou- 
cester bet Rideau and Parry. 

LeMOINE, ROBERT, deputy and assistant clerk of Legislative 
Council, Master in Chancery and French translator, h 115 Daly. 

Lemoine, William, laborer, Gov't Buildings, h Gloucester bet Parry and 
Rideau. 

Lemoine, W. H., French Journal clerk. Legislative Assembly, h Glou- 
cester foot of Sandy Hill. 

LEMON, ARTHUR J., proprietor Wright House, Hull Landing. 

Leonard, James, messenger. Legislative Assembly; bds King opp York, 

Leonard, Patrick, mason, h Centre. 

Lepage, Antoine, laborer, h Cumberland bet Murray and St. Patrick. 

Lepage, Antoine, fire engine maker, h w s Cumberland bet St. Patrick 
and Murray. 

Lepage, Charles, carpenter, h ss St. Andrew bet King and Cumberland. 

Lepage, Charles, cutter, 98 Susses. 

Lupine, Baptistc, laborer, h s s St. Patrick, bet King and Cumberland. 

Lepine, Henry, carpenter, h n s Bolton, Letter " 0," bet King and 
Cumberland. 

Leprohon, J. P., assistant clerk of Committees, Legislative Assembly, 
bds Hotel du Canada (old College), Sussex. 



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) barristers, 
I. 

I Dalhousie. 

King. 

t bet Sussex 

F. 49 Sparks, 

d.) 

inoe. 

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t Albert a:id 

irt and Daly. 

ife cor Maria, 
rk nr Rideau 

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Cumberland. 

umberland. 
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Leslie, Et., pressman. Queen's Printer. 

Leslie, John, watchmaker, jeweler, and dealer in fancy goods, 27 Sparks, 

h same. 
LESLIE, THOMAS G., secretary and treasurer, 0. & P. R., off Des- 

barats' building, h s s Maria bet Bank and Hugh. 
Leslonsohamps, J. B., printer, Le Canada office. 
Lesperanoe, Charles, clerk of agencies, bds Queen near Metcalfe. 
LESPERANCE, EDWARD, general com. merchant, 83 Rideau. 
Lessard, Alexis, tinsmith, N. Germain, 25 Sussex. 
Lessard, David, carpenter, h s s Bolton bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Le Sueur, Peter, supt. Money Order Branch, P»O.Dept., h^Wellington 

opp St. Andrew's Church. 
Le Sueur, Wm., clerk, Secy's Branch, P. 0. Dept., h 116 Rideau opp 

Mathews' Hotel. 
Letard, Francis, barber, bds Montreal House, Church bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. * 

Leteau, George, h n s Murray, bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Lethbridge, Albert A. E., student-at-law, (Lewis, Pinhey and Ward,) 

15 Elgin. 
Lett, Thomas, laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
LETT, WILLIAM P., City Clerk, City Hall, h w s Dalhousie bet 

Metcalfe and McKay. 
L6vecque, Joseph, city constable, h n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and 

Sussex. 
Leveille, Joseph, carriage-maker, P. Dufour. 

Leveill6 Solomon, raftsman, h s s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Sussex . 
Levia, Anthony, carpenter, h Ottawa bet Daly and Stewart. 
Lewis, Francis, back accountant and warrant clerk, Receiver General's 

office, h Yittoria near Kent. 
Lewis, F. J-, government clerk, Branch Bank of Montreal, bds Yittoria 

cor John. 
LEWIS, JOHN B., (Lewis & Pinhey.) h 1st concession line cor Maria. 
Lewis, Thomas E., printer, h 145 Rideau. 

LEWIS & PINHEY, (John B. Lewis and Charles H. Piohey,) bar- 
risters and attorneys at law, off 15 Elgin. 
LEWIS, PINHEY & WARD, (John B. Lewis, Charles H. Pinhey and 

J. W. Ward,) barristers and solicitors in chancery and insolvency, 

15 Elgin. 
L'Heureux, Francois X. cabinet maker, h cor King and Parry. 
L'Ueureux, Peter, carpenter, Thomas Mcf^reevey. 
Libert^, Louis, carriage-maker, h e s Carleluu, nr McKay and Rideau riv. 
LIFE ASSOCIATION OP SCOTLAND, J. T.& W. Pennock, agents, 

office 19^ Sparks. 
Limn, John R., mast-maker, h Sally cor Queen. 
Limoge, Edmond, carriage-maker, bus Church bet Dalhousie and 

Cumberland. 
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Lindsay, Arthur, clerk, Accountants' Branch, P. 0. Dept., bds cor 

Clarence and Sussex. 
Lindsay, Charles U., clerk, McGee & Kussell. 
Lindsay, George E., clerk. Surveyor General's office, Dept. Crown 

Lands, bds Sparks opp Times office. 
Lindsay, Henry, clerk. Legislative Assembly, bds at Mrs. Yarin's, Sussex 
Lindsay, James, (Cunningham & Lindsay,) h w s Nelson bet Wilbrod 

and Theodore. 
Lindsay, Mrs. Bosalie, (wid Benjamin,) h n s Ottawa bet King and 

Nelson. 
Lindsay, Walter H., clerk, Rideau. 
LINDSAY, WM. B., clerk, Legislative Assembly, at Robt. Lemoine's, 

115 Daly. 
Link, Francis, moulder, h Yittoria nr Kent. 
Link, Nicholas, asst bookkeeper, Hamilton Bros.^ bds Sussex bet Church 

and St. Andrew. 
Linton, M. W., shipping clerk, J. B. Booth, h Middle, Yiotoria Island. 
Lionnais, W., compositor, Queen's Printer. 
Litle, Hardy, hotel proprietor, 21 and 23 York. 
Litle, Isaiah, laborer, h e s Bank bet Maria and Biddy. 
Litle, John, market constable, h 50 Daly bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 
Litle, John, clerk, h St. Paul bet Nicholas and Little Sussex. 
Litle, John, 2nd landing waiter, Port of Bytown, h Stewart. 
Litle, William, h s s Maria bet Metcalfe and O'Connor. 
Litle, William, grocer, h Nelson bet Parry and Eideau. 
Littleton, John, laborer, h n s Church cor Cumberland. 
LIYERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE CO., 

Heubach & Coward, agents, 15 Sparks. 
Living, Harry, clerk, Magee & Russell. 
Living, Henry, clerk. Workman & Griffin, 247 Wellington, h Sally cor 

Albert. 
Lloyd, John H.; clerk, J. Roberts, bds Mathews' Hotel. 
Lloyd, Thos., clerk, 11 Sussex. 
Lloyd, William A., clerk, J. Roberts, 35 Rideau. 
Lockwood, Mrs. Melinda, h 6 Sparks. 
I OFTUS, P. A., contractor and builder, ornamental plasterer, decorator, 

&c., 199 Rideau. (See card.) 
LOGAN, GEORGE, M.D., Homoeopathic physician and surgeon, 11 

Elgin. 
LONDON ASSURANCE, J. T. & W. Pennock, agents, off. 19 J Sparks. 
LONDON AND LANCASHIRE INS. CO., J. T. & W. Pennock, 

agents, off. 19} Sparks. 
Londrigan, Richard, h B otler cor King. 
Loney, Hugh, flour merchant, 142 Clarence. 
Loney, Patrick, clerk, Hugh Loney, bds 142 Clarence. 
Long, David, laborer, C. Garth, 25 Rideau. 



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Long, Dayid, fireman, Departmental Block, li n s St. Patrick bet Dal- 

hoasie and Cumberland. 
Long, Michael, laborer, h Yittoria near Kent. 
Longtin, Mrs. Eugenie, (widow Louis,) h n s Church bet Dalhousieand 

Sussex. 
Longway, Edward, hotel keeper, s s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Looby, James, labornr, h s s Bolton, Letter '' 0," bet Metcalfe and 

Dalhousie. 
Loran, E., sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 
Loran, Onisime, sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 
Lortie, Arthur, painter, h York. 
Lortie, Francois, compositor, Hunter, Rose & Co. 
Lortie, Olivier, laborer, h s s Ottawa bet King and Nelson. 
Lortie, P., book-binder, A. Mortimer, cor Sparks and Metcalfe. 
Lousks, John A., accountant. Times office, bds Rideau Hotel. 
Louoks, John W., merchant, h St. Paul bet Mosgrove and Nicholas. 
LOUCKS, WM. J., proprietor Rideau Hotel, 46 and 48 Rideau. 
Lough, Samuel K., clerk, C. W. Bangs & Co. 
Loveday, Joseph, proof-reader, Hunter, Rose & Co., h Bridge, bet Queen 

and Ottawa, L.B.F. 
Loverin, Mrs. Eliza, h e s Ottawa bet Besserer and Daly. 
Loyer, Antoine, cabinet-maker, h s s Ottawa, bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Loyer, Francois, raftsman, h n s St. Andrew be Cumberland and 

Dalhousie. 
Loyer, N., book-binder, Queen's Printer. 
Loj5r, Patrick, laborer, h s s Water bet King and Rideau River. 
Loyer, Paul, carpenter, h e s Dalhousie bet St. Andrew and Bolton. 
Lumsden, Alex., lumber culler, J. M. Curriet k Co., New Edinburgh. 
Lumsden, John, clerk, Edward Burstall, h New Edij burgh. 
Lunny, Hugh, flour and feed store, 104 Sussex, h Clarence. 
Lunny, James, clerk, 104 Sussex. 
Lusk, Thomas, dairyman, h Nicholas near head of cut. 
Lynch, Charles, carder, New Edinburgh woollen factorv. 
Lynch, Mathew, laborer, h Yittoria. 

Lynch, Patrick, messenger, Atty. Gen'l's office, h n s Murray bet Dal- 
housie and Sussex. 
Lyon, John, planer. Peck & Gallup. 

LYON, JOHN, manager, A. i*. Perkins, 228 Wellington, h same. 
LYON ROBERT, (Lyou & Remon,) h 147 Daly. 
liYON & REMON, (Robert Lyon and Edward P. Remon,) barristers 

and attorneys, &c., 22 Metcalfe. 
Lyons, Peter, mason, h Cumberland, bet Clarence and Murray, 
Lyons, Robinson, laborer, h Sherwood bet Qu^een and Orjgon, L.B.]^, 
Lyons, Wm. II,, carpenter, h 27 Daly. 



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MoA.llen, Charlotte, bakor and oonfeotioner, 85^ Rideau, hnsSt. I'atrick, 

bet Sussex and Dalhoosie. 
MoAmmond, John, proprietor Farmer's Inn, 289 Welliugton bet Hugh 

and Sally. 
MoAndrew, Thos., storeman, Queen's wharf, h Nelson bet Parry and 

Rideau. 
McArthur, Alfred, carpenter. Power & Son, h Maria oor O'Connor. 
MoArthur, John G., olerk, h s s St. Patrick bet Cumberland and Dal- 

housie. 
McCaffrey, F., messenger, Receiver General's office, h Parry nr King. 
McCaffrey, Wm., grocer, n s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie h same. 
MoCallon, John, laborer, Ottawa Gas Works 
McCandlish, Samuel, hatter, h Besserer bet King and Nelson. 
MoCandlish, Wm., carpenter, J. M. Currier & Go. 
McCann, Hezekiah, laborer, h Victoria Terrace, Richmond Road. 
McCann, Mrs. Eliza, (widow John,) bds n s BoUon bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. 
MoCARRON, CHARLES, book-keeper, Thomas McGreevey, h Stewart 

cor. Gloucester. 
MoCARRON, JAMES, clerk, R. H. McGreevey, h Cumberland near 

Wilbrod. 
McCarthy, Charles, draughtsman, Dept. Public Works, h s s Stewart 

bet King and Nelson. 
McCarthy, James, grocer, h 810 Wellington. 
McCarthy, John, dry goods, groceries, boots and shoes, 249 Wellington 

bet Bank and Kent. 
McCarthy, J., tailor. Queen n s near Elgin, h same. 
McCarthy, M., asst messenger. L.A., h Sparks rear Sf. Andrew's (R.C.) 

Church. 
McCarthy, Michael, deputy chief messenger. Leg. Assembly, h Queen 

near JBLugh. 
McCarthy, Mrs. Ann, (widow Thomas,) h n s St. Patrick bet Cumber- 
land and Dalhousie. 
McCarthy, Robert, laborer, h s s Maria bet Metcalfe and O'Connor. 
McCarthy, William, book-keeper, O'Meara & Go. 
McCarthy, John, blacksmith, bds Albion Hotel. 
McCloy, Thomas, salesman, J. M. Currier & Co., h mill yard. 
McComb, George, (Geo. & Wm. McComb,) photographer, h n s Botler 

bet Metcalfe and Dalhousie. 
McComb, William, photographer, (Wm. & Geo. McComb,) h King bet 

St. Andrew and Church. 
McComb, Mrs. A. T., Berlin wools, jewelry and fancy goods, 16 Rideau. 
McComb, William & George, photographic artists, 16 Kideau. 
MoConnell, Richard, laborer, J. M. Currier & Co., h New Edinburgh. 
MoGorkell, Thomas, laborer, h oor King and Bolton, Lotter " 0," 



MoGormick, 

same. 
MoOormiok, 

Sparks, 
McGormick, 
MoCormick, 

bet Cui 
MeCRAKBI 

oalfe, S< 
McCrea, Jol 
MoCrea, Jol 
'MoGullough 
MoCULLOI 

n s Par 
McCULLOl 
MoGuaig, Jo 

Edinbui 
MrDonald, 
McDouald, 
McDonald, 
McDonald, J 

Botler a 
McDonald, C 
McDonald, I 
McDonald, D 
McDonald, £ 

Sussex. 
McDonald, I 

Nelson. 
McDonald, J 
McDonald, J 
McDonald, J 
McDonald, J 

Victoria 
McDonald, J 
McDonald, J 
McDonald, i 

Queen a 
McDONALI 

63 Daly, 
McDonald, Hi 
McDonald, M 
McDonald, B 
McDonald, B 
McDonald, W 
McDonald & 

agents, J 



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MoConniok, Andrew, grocer, wine and sp. rit merchant, 63 Sparks h 

same. 
MoGormiok, Henry, proprietor Hull mills, «^ealcr in ilojr and feed, 65 

Sparks, h same. 
McCormick, Mrs. Mary, h Biddy bet Bank and Kent. 
MoGormiok, William, foreman binder, James Hope & Co., h Besserer 

bet Cumberland and King. 
MeCRAKBN, JAMES, agent, H. Atkinson & Co., 130 Sussex, h Mel- 

oalfe, Square nr Station. 
McCrea, John, clerk, Magee & Russell. 
MoCrea, John, stonecutter, Thos. McGreevey. 
MoGullough, Francis, currier, Jas. Woodland. 
MoCULLOUGH, JAMES, ♦,anner, and dealer in hides, leather, &c., 

1 s Park, p.T Gloucester, h n s Park bet Nelson and Gloucester. 
MoCULLOUGH, ROBERT, grocer, 154 Wellington cor Bank, h same. 
MoGuaig, Joseph T., clerk, Accountant's Branch, P. 0. Dept., h New 

Edinburgh 
fti:Donald, Albert, (McDonald & Bro.,) bds Queen cor Elgin. 
MoDoi>ald, Alax., printer, Citizen oflBce. 

McDonald, Alexander, laborer, h s s Murray bet King and Cumberland. 
McDonald, Alexander, messenger, Crown Lands Dept, h e s King bet 

Botler and Bolton, Letter " 0." 
McDonald, Charles, (McDonald & Bro.,) bds Queen cor Elgin. 
McDonald, Duncan, carpenter, h n s Ottawa bet Chapel and Gloucester. 
McDonald, Duncan, raftsman, h s s Ottawa bet Chapel and Augusta. 
McDonald, Hugh, tanner and currier, bds s s Church bet Dalhousie and 

Sussex. 
McDonald, Hugh B., tanner and currier, h s s Napoleon bet King and 

Nelson. 
McDonald, James, carpenter, h s s Church bet King and Cumberland. 
McDonald, James, laborer, h Stewart bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 
McDonald, John, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
McDonidd, John, lumber culler, Bronsons, Weston & Co., h Middle, 

Victoria Island. 
McDonald, John, slide master, h Middle, Victoria Island. 
McDonald, John, clerk, S3 Sussex, bds same. 
McDonald, John, auctioneer and commission agent, 60 Sussex, h cor 

Queen and Elgin. 
McDonald, HON. JOHN a., LL.D., Attorney General (West), h 

63 Daly. 

I McDonald, Michael, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
McDonald, Mrs. Mary, (wid Peter,) h s s Botler nv Rideau River. 
McDonald, Ranald B., accountant, 0. & P. B., h Rideau opp Hospital. 
McDonald, Roderick, pressman, Bell k Woodburn, 31 Elgin. 
McDonald, Wm., machinist, Victoria Foundry. 

I McDonald & Brother, (Albert and Charles,) auctioneers aod oommission 
agents, 38 & 40 Sussex. 



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MoDonell, Archibald, laborer, h s s Ohuroh bet Dalhoasie and Submox. 
MoDonell, Michael, laborer, h Centre. 

MoDougall, Archibald tl., clerk, h c b William bet George and York. 
MoDOUGAL, FRANCIS, importer and dealer ia shelf and heav; 

hardware, 83 Sussex, h same. 
MoDOUGAL, COL. P. L., Adjt.-Gen'l of Militia, chambers, West | 

Wing, Departmental Buildings. 
McDougall, Donald, grocer, 88 Clarence, h same. 
MoDOUGALL, HON. WM., Provincial Secretary, Eastern Block, h | 

Daly cor King. 
McDoug'-Il, John, clerk, Money Order Branch, P. 0. Dept., bds Salmon'ij 

Hotel, York. 
McEdwards, Alexander, hardware clerk, McDougal's, bds ss Bolton | 

opp Convent. 
McEdwards, Gregory, bookkeeper, H. Atkinson & Co., 130 Sussex. 
McEdwards, William, jr, clerk, Elliot & Hamilton, bds s s Bolton opp I 

Convent. 
McEdwards, William, h s s Bolton opp Convent. 
McEnna, Neil, carter, h n s Murray cor Dalhousie. 
McEvoy, William, laborer, hss Clarence bet Cumberland and Dalhousie] 
McEwan, George, grocer, Dalhousie nr Station. 
McEwan, James, stage proprietor, Ottawa & Perth line, bds Bideau Hotel I 
McEwen, Archibald, culler, h Oregon bet Sherwood and Broad, L.B.F [ 
MoEwen, James, farmer, h n s Bolton, Letter " 0/' bet Dalhousie anil| 

Carleton. 
McEwen, William, custodian. Court House, h same. 
McFarlane, Willitm, grocer, 271 Kideau. 
McFarlane, William, marble works, 137 Bideau, h same. 
McGaw, Alexander, foreman, Government grounds, hss Maria bell 

Bank and Kent. 
McGEB, HON. T. D'ARCY, Minister of Agriculture, bds Russell House] 
McGee, Mrs. Janet, h n s Besserer, bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 
McGee, Mrs. Flavie, (wid John,) h s s St. Patrick, bet Dalhousie 

Sussex. 
McGee, Peter, carpenter, hss Ottawa bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
McGiboney, Samuel, mason, h Ottawa bet Sherwood and Broad, L.B.F.I 
McGillicuddy, Jeremiah, laborer, h ns Cathcartbet Sussex and Dalhousie! 
McGILLIVRAY, DONALD, M.D., physician and surgeon, off. 121 

Wellington. 
McGILLIVRAY, EDWARD, dealer in dry goods and groceries, 

Wellington cor Vittoria. 
McGillivray, Edward C, clerk, E. McGillivray. 
McGillivray, E. K., (E. K. McGillivray & Co.,) bds 34 Sparks. 
McGillivray, F., assistant clerk of Routine and Recordi, bds at Mn 

Brown's, foot of Sussex. 
McGILLIVRAY, JOHN, groceries, wineS; s^nd li^aors, Dake, opq 

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MoGillivray, John, boarding house and tavern, St. Andrew hoi Sussex 
and Dalhousie. 

McGILLIVRAY, E. K. & CO./E.K. and Wm. L. McGillivray,)watcheB, 
clocks, jewelry and silver plated ware, 24 Sparks. (See card.) 

McGilton, R. S., clerk, J. Roberts, 35 Rideau. 

McGilton, Thomas, boot maker, Musgrovo nr Rideau. 

McGinness, Alex., planer, J. M. Currier & Co., h New Edinburgh. 

MoQowan, J., printer, office of Evening Post, bds St. Andrew. 

McGowan, Wm., machinist, h n s St. Andrew bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

McGRKEVEY, ROBERT H., contractor and builder, off. 2 York, h 
cor Wilbrod and King. 

McGREEVEY, THOMAS, contractor. Parliament buildings, off. rear of 
building, bds Russell House. 

McGuire, Hugh, laborer, h s s MoTaggart bet Dalhousie and Carleton. 

McGairk, Patrick J., printer, h Mosgrove near St. Paul. 

Mollhinney, Alexander, harness-maker, P. Wright, 240 Wellington. 

Mcintosh, Alexander, carpenter and builder, h n side George bet Wil' 
Ham and Dalhousie. 

McINTIRE, JOHN, proprietor Victoria Hotel, St. Paul cor Mosgrove. 

Mcintosh, Gordon B., bds City Hotel. 

Mcintosh, Kenneth, carpenter, h s s Bolton, Letter " 0," nr Cathcart 
Square. 

Mclntyre, James, blacksmith, Thomas MoGreevey. 

MoINTYRB, WM. H., agent, Brmsons, Weston & Co., h Middle, Vic- 
toria Island. 

Mclver, Mrs. Ann, (widow John) h n s St. Andrew bet Cumberland 
and Dalhousie. 

McKale, Mrs. Ann, h Victoria Terrace, Richmond road. 

McKane, Thomas, carpenter, h Edward nr Richmond road. 

McKay, Oscar, clerk, H6tel du Canada, s s Murray bet Sussex and 
Dalhousie. 

MoKAY, THOMAS, Chaudi6re Island flour and oatmeal mills, off 132 
Sussex, h Middle, Victoria Island. (See card.) 

McKay, Wm., carpenter, h Gloucester cor Kent. 

MoKAY, WILLIAM, dealer in paints, oils, glass, colors, paper hang- 
ings, &o., 88 Sussex, h cor Stewart and Nelson. 

McKechney, Mrs. Jane, groceries ond provisions, 164 Rideau. 

MoKellar, Archibald, laborer, cor Maria and Ashburnham. 

McKenna, James, Metropolitan Saloon, 66 Sparks. 

McKennin, Thomas, stone-cutter, Thos. McGreevey. 

McKenny, James, laborer, h e s King cor Botler. 

McKENZIE, ANDREW, M.D., physician and surgeon, off Bank near 
WfcMington. 

McKenzi), Mr., h Stewart, near Cumberland. 

MoKenzie, Robert, clerk, David Manchester, bds 73 Sparks. 

McKeough, Charles, carter, h n s Murray cor King. 

MoKeowD; John, harness-maker, 41 York. 



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MoKever, Patrick, butcher, stall 18 market bnilding, h OUrenoe cor. 

Cumberland. 
AfcKeTi John, waiter, Russell House. 
MoKilhcan, James, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
MoKinnej, James, laborer, J. M. Currier & Co. 
MoKinnon, Mrs. h Baird opp Metcalfe Square. 
MoKinnon, Neil, clerk, Garland, Mutohmor & Co. 
MoKinnon, Thomas, clerk, Ottawa Branch Quebec Bank, h New Edio- 

burgh. 
McKinstry, Robert, carpenter and builder, h Queen bet Lloyd and 

Bridge, L.B.F. 
McLachlan, Henry, h n s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and Dalhousio. 
McLachlin, Patrick, laborer, h s s Baird nr Metcalfe. 
McLaren, JAMES, (J. M. Currler & Co.,) res Buckingham, C.E. 
McLaren, JOHN, (J. M. Currler & Co.,) res Wakefield, C. E. 
McLaren, John, tailor, h Nelson bet Parry and Rideau. 
MoLaren, John R. trader, h Albert nr O'Connor. 
McLardy, Rev. Mr., Church of Scotland, h 829 Wellington. 
McLauchlin, William, lumber merchant, h Richmond Road. 
McLaughlin, George, photographer, with Stiff & Gregory, bds Maria. 
McLaughlin, John, laborer, h Victoria Terrace, Richmond Road. 
McLaughlin, John, laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
McLaughlin, Samuel, photographer and clerk, Dept. Public Works, li 

n a Maria near Metcalfe. 
McLaurin, Dr. John, physician and surgeon, off and h Bank oor Queen. 
McLUAN, HECTOR, auctioneer and land agent, off 19 Sparks, h s s 

Maria opp O'Connor. 
McLean, N. W., English writing clerk. Legislative Council. 
McLennan, Duncan, clerk. Militia Dept., h s s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie 

and Cumberland. 
McLeod, Duncan, clerk, 26 Rideau bds same. 
McLernon, Daniel (Martin and MoLernon,) h 69 Rideau. 
MoMahon, John, laborer, h s s Redpatb nr Carleton. 
McMahon, J. L., clerk, Accountant's Branch, P.O. Dept., h n aClarenco, 

bet Cumberland and King. 
McMahon, Simon, wheolright, nr Pooley's Bridge. 
McManus, Bernard, laborer, h n s Ottawa b«t Kiag and Nelson. 
McManus, James, laborer, h s s Aj^ array, bet Cumberland and Dalhousie, 
MoM ASTER, DUNCAN, saddle asd barnesa manufacturer, 41 York, 

h same. 
McMillan, Ewen, harness maker, 41 York 

McMuUen, John, hewer, h n s St. \ndrew b«t Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Mo .Mullen, Mrs. Margaret, (wid Archibald,) h e cor Cathcart Square. 
McMullen, Patrick E., clerk. Seignorial Registrar's branch, Dept. Crown 

Lands, bds at Mrs. Greea's, PriDc%'«s Terra<;e. 
McMuUin, John, carpenter, h Bank bet Snorics and Queen. 
McMurtry, S. A., teller, Ontario [Branch] Ba&k, bds Mrs. Henderson's, 

Yittoria. 



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McNamara, John, bricklayer, has Murray bet Dalhousie and Cumber- 

laad. 
McNamara, Patrick, shoemaker, D. McQuado. 

MoNatuara, Patrick, laborer, h s s St. Andrew bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
MoNatnara, Wm., printer, h Duke bet Queen and Lloyd, L.B F. 
McNaughton, Duncan, carpenter, hSt. Paul bet Musgrovo and Nicholas. 
MoNaughton, Michael, doorkeeper to the Executive Council, h Augusta 

bet Rideau and Franklin. 
McNAUaHTON, CAPT.MALCOLM, agent, SinoennesA McNaughtcn, 

h Duke bet Lloyd and Bridge, L.B.F. 
MoNuIty, Hugh, bricklayer, hnsBoIton bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
MoNUTT, CHARLES S., assistant Crown Timber agent. Upper Ottawa 

Territory, Hugh cor Queen, h John opp Vittoria 
MoPhail, Rev. Daniel, minister Baptist Church, res Aylmer road, Hull. 
MoPhee, Ewan R., student, Lyon & Remon, bds oor King and Clarence. 
NcPherson, John, carpenter, Peck & Qallup 
MoPherson, Martin, h s s Botler bet Dalhousie and Carleton. 
MoPherson, Peter, lumber culler, h Cathcart bet Queen and Ottawa, L.6.B. 
McQuade, Daniel, boot and shoe manufacturer, Duke bet Lloyd and 

Bridge, h same. 
McQueen, William, bookkeper, h s s Parry bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
MoQuinn, Mrs. Elizabath, (wid Peter,) h w s D(\lhousie bet Rideau and 

George. 
McRae, John, stonecutter, h \ ittoria nr Bank. 
MoRea, John, laborer, h Victoria Terrace, Richmond road. 
McSwain, Norman, sawyer, Wm. Trylor. 
MoTageart, Mrs. Annie Maria, h Vittoria oor Bank. 
MoWUliam; Hugh, shoemaker, with S. Mills. 



MACAGY, WM. A., commission merohsM, k n s Besserer bet Ottawa 

and Cumberland. 
MAGAULAY, G. H., asst English translator. Legislative Assembly, and 

Speaker's secretary, bds 86 Sussex 
Maoauley, John, h Duke, L.B.F. 
M MCCARTHY, HENRY F., medi<«l dispensary, 236 Wellington, 

h same. (See advertisement. < 
Macdonald, G. F., receiving clerk, Montreal telegraph office, 11 Metcalfe. 
MACDONALD, HON. JOHN A., LL.D., Attorney General (West), h 

63 Daly. 
Macdonald John, slide-master, h Middle, Victoria Island. 
Macdonald William, machinist, bds Middle, Victoria Island. 
Macdonell, ^oeas, M.D., physi:ian ani surgeon, 98 Rideau. 
MACDONELL, D. W., sergeant-at-arms, Legislative Assembly, h y^^t, 

end Parliament building. 
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Maokay, Mrs., h New Edinburgh. 

Maokay, B. H., olerk, Inspector General's office, h Ottawa bet Besserer 

and Daly. 
MAOKAY, THOMAS, Chaudi^re Island flour and oatmeal mills, off 132 

Sussex, h Victoria Island. (See card.) 
Mackedie, D. C, clerk, Jesuits' Estate and Grown Domain Branch, Dept. 

Grown Lands, h n s Maria bet O'Gonnor and Bank. 
Maokie, Mrs. Ann, h s s Glarenoe bet Dalhousie and Gumberland. 
MaoMillan, Joseph G., compositor. Hunter, Rose & Go., h Vittoria. 
Maonabb, James, clerk, Accountant's Branch, P.O. Dept., bds Welling- 
ton, at Mrs. Fardy's. 
Macnabb, Gampbell, bds Russell House. 
Macna>»b, B., res Hull, G. E. 

Maonutt, Thomas, clerk, James Hope, bds John nr Victoria. 
MACKENZIE, ANDREW, M.D., physician and surgeon, off and h 

Bank bet Wellington and Vittoria. 
MAGPHERSON, J. PENNINGTON, barrister, &c., 11 Metcalfe, h 323 

Wellington. 
Macrow, I. G., bar-keeper, Russell House. 
Madden, John, carpenter, h Kent bet Wellington and Vittoria. 
Madson, Christian, cutter, O'Meara & Co., h 122 Clarence bet Dalhousie 

and Gumberland. 
Magee, Charles, (Magee & Russell,) h Duke bet Queen and Lloyd L.B.F. 
Magee, Mrs., (wid James,) h Cumberland bet Rideau and Besserer. 
MAGEE & RUSSELL, (Charles Magee and James W. Russell) dry 

goods and millinery, 38 Sparks. 
Maglone, T. bookbinder. Queen's Printer. 
Maguire, Miss J., millinery, dress and straw goods, 75 Sparks, Des- 

barats' building. 
Maguire, Thos. G., harness-maker, bds 59 Rideau. 
Mahar, Thomas, laborer, h Biddy near Kent. 
Msher, Roderick, laborer, h s e city limits. 
Mahon, John, laborer, h 146 Clarence. 

Mahon, Joseph, shoemaker, h w s Dalhousie bet St. Patrick and Church. 
Mahon, Martin, blacksmith, Dalhousie cor George, h 1 King bet Rideau 

and Parry. 
Mahon, Michael, laborer, h e s Chapel bet Ottawa and Parry. 
MAH()N, MRS. J. H., young ladies' academy, music, drawings painting, 

French, and Italian, King bet Rideau and Parry. 
Mahon, Robert, baker, W. Jamieson. 
Mahoney, Jas., laborer, h Biddy, bet Bank and Kent. 
Mahoney, John, millwright, Levi Young. 

Mahoney, Lawrence, laborer, h n s St. Patrick, bet Dalhousie and Cum- 
berland, 
Mahue, Moise, laborer, h s s St. Andrew, bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Mailleue, G. A., clerk. Customs Dept., h cor Ottawa and Besserer. 
Maingy, W. A., clerk, Legislative GouQcilj h New Edinburgh. 



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it Besserer 

Ills, off 132 

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Dg, painting, 



lie and Cum- 

Cumberland, 
lesserer. 



Mainville, Antoine, raftsman, bds w s Dalhousie bet Bolton and Cathcart. 

Mainville, Toussaint, laborer, has Botler bet Metcalfe and Dalhousie. 

Mallette, C, laborer, Perley & Patte. 

Mailette, Theophile, laborer, A. H. Baldwin. 

Malloch, Edward, h Eichmond Road. 

MALLOCH, JOHN, barrister, attorney, «Sco., 32 Sparks, h Richmond 

Road. 
Malone, Maurice, foreman, Perley & Pattee, bds Chaudi5re Hotel. 
Malone, Mrs. Bridget, h Yittoria nr Bank. 
Malone, Miss, bds Yittoria nr Bank. . 
Maloney, Bartholomew, h n s St. Patrick, bet Dalhousie and Cumber- 

land. 
MALONEY, JAMES, private school, 67 Clarence, h 69 Clarence. 
Maloney, William, grocery, 94 Clarence, h same. 
MANCHESTER, DAYID, merchant tailor and clothier, 73 Sparks, 

Canada Gazette buildings, h same. 
Manion, Michael, laborer, h Gloucester, bet Percy and Concession Line. 
Mann, A., bookkeeper, Fingland k Draper, bds Mathews' Hotel. 
Mann, G. A., teller. Savings Dept., Ontario Bankfbds Mrs. Henderson's, 

Yittoria. 
Mann, John, laborer, Levi Young. 
Mann, John, laborer, h Centre. 
Mann, Patrick, laborer, Levi Young. 

Manning, John, weaver, h s s Bolton bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Manose, Antoiue, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 
Manson, James, mason, h n s Maria bet Elgin and Metcalfe. 
Mantha, Isaac, carpenter, h n s Church bet Cumberland and Dalhousie. 
Mantha, Joseph, clerk. Hotel de Quebec, s s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie 

and Sussex. 
Manuel, John, bookkeeper, Gilmour & Co., h Yittoria bet Bank and 

Kent. 
Mara, Edward A., draughtsman. Parliament Buildings, bds Albert bet 

O'Connor and Bank. 
Maranger, Charles, laborer, h s s St, Patrick bet Cumberland and King. 
Maranger, Mrs. Adelaide, (wid Antoine,) h e s Cumberland, bet Murray 

and St. Patrick. 
Marchand, Amable, clerk, Champagne's Hotel, Church nr Sussex. 
Marcotte, Augustin, raftsman, bds n s Redpath bet Carleton & Dalhousie. 
Marcotte, Frangois, laborer, h n s Redpath nr Carleton. 
Marcouilleux, Maxime, sawyer, h New Edinburgh. 
Marena, James, h Ottawa bet Bridge and Sherwood. 
Marett, P., accountant, bds 34 Sparks. 

Maii6, Peter, builder and contractor, h King bet Parry and Rideau. 
Marineau, Em4rile, carter, h e s Dalhousie bet St. Andrew and Bolton. 
Marion, Solomon, carriage maker, h 68 York. 
Mark, James, boom master, h cor Queen and Sherwood, L.B.F. 



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Market Hotel, W. O'Connor, proprietor, 52 York. 

Marshall, John, tailor, bda Olarenoe, 

Marshall, Thomas, tailor, h 156 Clarence. 

Marshall, William, painter, h Albert bet O'Connor and Bank. 

MARSTON, GEORGE J., jr., heavy and shelf hardware, 234 Wei- 

lington, h Hull, C. E. 
Marston, Wm., clerk, 234 Wellington. 
Murtel, Mrs. Margaerite, (widow,) h n s Murray bet Dalhonsie and 

Cumberland. 
MARTIN, CHARLES A., dent«l surgeon, 53 Sussex. 
Martin, D. A., filer, Bronsons, Weston & Co., h Middle, Victoria Island. 
Martin, James M., clerk, bds City Hotel. 
Martin, James, clerk, with D. Waters. 
Martin, John, miller, Ottawa City grist mills. 
Martin, John, clerk, E. McGillivray. 
MARTIN, OLIVER, surgical and mechanical dentist, 48 Sparks, bds 

Russell House. 
Martin, Thomas, (Martin & McLernon,) 69 Rideau. 
Martin, Wm., carter, Iffiank bet Maria and Biddy.- 
Martin & McLernon, flour and feed, 69 Rideau. 
MARTINEAU, EUGENE, importer of dry goods and ready-made 

clothing, 65 and 67 Sussex cor Clarence, h Murray s a bet Sussex 

and Dalhonsie. 
Martineau, Jean Bte., hotel-keeper, h n s Murray bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. 
Martineau, Wm., clerk, E. Martineau. 
Mason, Charles, miller, J. Wilkinson, Montreal, L.B.F. 
Mason, Donald, bricklayer, h Theodore, nr Nicholas. 
Mason, George, (Robert and George Mason,) h Head, Chaudidre Island. 
Mason, George J., clerk, money order branch, P. 0. Dept., h 169 Wel- 
lington bet O'Connor and Bank. 
Mason, James, plumber, C. Garth, 25 Rideau. 

Mason, John, carpenter, has Qlarence, bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Mason, Mrs. Margaret, (widow,) h 181 Rideau. 
Mason, Philip, boat-builder, bds Head, Chaudidre Island. 
Mason, Robert, (Robert and George Mason,) h Head. 
Mason, Robert & George, saw mills. Bridge, L.B.F. 
Mason, William, boat-builder. Head, Chaudi^re Island. 
ru&886 J cIcrK 92 Supsfiz 

MASSEY, WM. M., Medical Hall, 28 Sparks, h same. (See card.) 
Masson, Andrew, flour and feed, 275 Wellington, h same. 
Masson, Michael, stone-cutter, h w s chapel bet Ottawa and Parry. 
Massy, Janyier, clerk, B. Larividre, h n s Church bet Cumberland and 

Dalhousie. 
Masters, Richard, confectioner, h s s Parry bet King and Nelson. 
Masters, RioMard J., actori h Clarence bet King and Nelson. 



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Matheson, David, book-keeper, Bill and Law Stamp BraDch, P.O. Dept., 

h Maria o s bet Metcalfe and Elgin. 
MATHESON, W. ?!A.RSHALL, barrister, off 17 Elgin, has Maria 

cor O'Connor. 
MATHEWMAN & CO., painters, and decorators,4 Elgin. 
Mathews, Henry, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 
Mathews, James, carpenter, h Biddy bet Bank and Kent. 
Mathews, John, carpenter and builder, h Queen bet Lloyd and Bridge, 

L.B.F. 
Mathews, Robert, stone cutter, h cor Chapel and Theodore. 
Mathews, Thomas, proprietor Mathews' Hotel, Bideau cor Ottawa. 
Mathieu, Charles, laborer, J. M. Currier & Co. 
Mathieu, J. Bte., stonecutter, h s s St. Patrick, bet Cumberland and 

Dalhonsie. 
Mathieu, Mrs. Josephine, (wid Jean,) h n s Bolton bet Sussex and ^al- 

housie. 
Matthews, James, contractor and builder, h Chapel bet Daly and Stewart. 
Maville, John, sawyer, J. B. Booth. 
MAY, GEORGE, dealer in leather, shoefindings, saddlery, hardware, 

and trunks, 31 Sussex, L Albert, bet Elgin and Metcalfe. 
May, M. J., manager, ?r,») " -^ department, Geo. E. Desbarats, h 

Wilbrod Grove, s side. 
Mayeau, Edward, sawyer, 1 ' Young. 
Mayes, George, compositor. Queen's Printer. 
Mayrand, N., pressman. Queen's Printer. 
Meadows, Henry, (H. Meadows & Co.,) h 35 Sussex. ^ 
MEADOWS, H., & CO., manufacturers and dealers in stoves, tin, cop' 

per and sheet iron ware, and house furnishing goods, 35 Sussex. 

(See card.) 
Mealey, martin, shoemaker, D. McQuade. 
Meden, Patrick, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 

Meilleur, Gideon, tanner, b s s Murray, bet Chapel and Gloucester. 
Melanson, Antoine, laborer, h e s Dalhousie bet St. Patrick and Murray. 
Mellefont, Richard, dancing master, h e s Metcalfe square bet Baird 

and Redpath. 
Mellon, Barney, head waiter, Russell House. 
Melville, Charles, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Menard, A., axe maker, S. Washburn. 

Menard, Touissaint, laborer, h Sherwood, bet Queen and Oregon, L.B.F. 
Menehan, Patrick, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 
Meredith, E. A. , LL.D., Assistant Provincial Secretary, C.W., h Maria, 

Ashburnham Hill. 
Merrick, George, manufacturer, h Middle, Tictoria Island. 
MERRILL, HORACE, superintendent Ottawa River Works, (and N. 

S. Blasdell & Co.,) h Duke cor Bridge. 
Merrill, T. J. C, bds oor Duke and Bridge. 



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MCth6, Felix, raftsman, h n s Church bet Dalhonsie and Cumberland. 
Miohaud, Charles E., draughtsman, h n s Maria bet O'Connor and Bank. 
Miohaud, Joseph, raftsman, h Sherwood bet Oregon and Queen, L. B.F. 
Miohaud, Joseph V., printer. Queen's Printer, h w s Cumberland bet 

St. Patrick a:!id Murray. . 
Middleton, John, 'penter, h Gloucester bet Parry and Bideau. 
Midford, Wm., or . imental iron worker, h s s Maria bet Bank a:,d Kent. 
MILGS, EDWAUD, Parliamentary Hairdressing Saloon, 9 Bideau, h 

37 Bideau. 
Miller, J. E, L., book-binder, h 255 Wellington bet Bank and Kent. 
Miller, Mrs. Margaret, h 128 Wellington. 

Miller, William M., draughtsman. Parliament building, bds Beaver Hall, 
Mills, Alexander M., cabinet-maker, h Albert bet O'Connor and Bank, 
MILLOTTE, EDOUABD, cooper, h and shop s s St. Patrick, near 

Dalhousie. 
Mills, Andrew K., (W. J. & A. K. Mills,) h Sparks near Metcalfe. 
Mills, John, confectioner, 20 Bideau, h same. 
Mills, Samuel, boot and shoe maker, Dalhousie cor George, h same. 
Milli^ Thomas, laborer, h Centre. 
Milj^, William, book-keeper and accountant, Ord. Lands Dept., h 

Augusta bet Stewart and Daly. 
Mills, Wm. J., (W. J., & A. K. Mills,) h Sparks near Metcalfe 
MILLS, W. J. & A. K., marble works, 18 Sparks. 
Milne, John, stone-cutter, h n s Maria bet O'Connor and Bank. 
Minahan, Patrick, laborer, h s s St. Patrick be^ King and Cumberland. 
Minns, Mrs. C, millinery and straw goods, 178 Wellington, h same. 
Minore, J. B., laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
MINOBE, WILLIAM, cabinet-maker and manufacturer of Grecian 

window blinds, O'Connor cor Queen, h same. 
Mitchell, Charles W., printer. Times office, h 60 Sparks. 
Mitchell, John, carpenter, h Bank bet Sparks and Queen. 
MitoheL, W. P., Crown Lands Dept., h 39 Daly. 
Mitchell, William, proprietor Alhambra hair-dressing saloon, 209 Wel- 
lington bet O'Connor and Bank. 
Mix, Edward, carpenter, h Duke bet Lloyd and Bridge. 
Mix, Samuel, sawyer, h Duke bet Lloyd and Bridge. 
Moffatt, Bobert, h Cathcart bet Queen and Ottawa, L.B.F. 
Mohr, Alfred, printer, office of Evening Post. 
Mohr, Harry, butcher, stall By Ward market, York street, h s s Murray 

bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Moisan, Jean Baptiste, tanner and moccasin maker, Water bet King 

and Nelson, h same. 
Monaghan, John, grocer, Dalhousie, cor Cathcart, h Bolton nr Bideau 

Biver. 
Monaghan, Thomas, carpenter, h s s St. Patrick bet King & Cumberland 



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MONCK, HIS EXCELLENCY THE RiaHT HONORABLE 
CHARLES STANLEY, VISCOUNT, Governor General of British 
North Arrerica, &o., &o., o£S:ces Eastern block, Departnijaial build- 
ings, res Hideau Hall, Township Gloucester. 

MONCK, LIEUT. COL. THE HON. RICHARD, Coldstream Guards, 
A.D.C., military secretary and principal aide*de-camp to the Go- 
vernor, res Rideau Hall. 

JiMnet, Paul, shoemaker, h a s St. Andrew near Dalhousie. 

iMonette, Ferdinand, carter, h n s St. Andrew bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Monk, Francis, raftsman, h s s Clarence bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Monro, Thomas, en nneer. Public Works Dept., h O'Connor bet Slater 
and Maria. 

Montague, Solomon, c>irpenter, h Church. 

Montgomery, James, hotel-keeper, 174 and 176 W ellington bet Bank 
and Kent. 

Montgomery, Robert S., saddler and harness-maker, 59 Rideau h same. 

Montgomery, William, laborer, h 46 Daly bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 

Montizambert, E. L., law clerk. Legislative Council. 

Montreal, Felix, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 

Montreal, J., laborer, Perley & Pattee. 

MONTREAL AND OTTAWA FORWARDING COMPANY, D. 
Murphy, agent, Canal Basin, Centre Town. (See card.) 

MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO., office 11 Metcalfe, N. W. Bethune, 
manager. (See card ) 

Mooney, Edward, gentleman, h n s Cathcart bet Sussex aud Dalhousie. 

Mooney, Joseph, bds Russell House. 

Mooney, Mrs. Julia, (widow James,) h e s Carleton opp Baird. 

Mooney, Mrs. Matilda, h Rideau orp Hospital. 

Mooney, Robert, tinsmith, 60^ Rideau. 

Moore, David, lumber merchant, 67 York, h 65 York. 

Moore, H. P., meat market, 46 York, market building, h Murray. 

Moore, Henry, clerk, A. McCormick, 63 Spiirks. 

Moore, Isaac, lumber merchant, h n s Metcalfe, Lower Town, opp R. R. 
depot. 

MOORE, JOHN, supt. press room, Hunter, Rose & Co., h 331 Wel- 
lington. 

Moore, rhomas, carter, h 31 Daly. 

MOORE, REV. WILLIAM, Free Church of Scotland, Church, Bank 
cor Slater. 

Moran, Edward, axe-maker, Ed. Proulx. 

Moian, Mrs. Catherine, h Gloucester bet Parry and Rideau. 

Moran, Mrs. Margaret, (widow James,) h n s Ottawa bet King and 
Nelson. 

Moreau, B., messenger. Bureau of Agriculture, h Ottawa bet King and 
Nelson. 

Moreau, Godfroi, carter, h n s Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 



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Moreau, Israel, (Groalx & Moreau,) h e s Dhlhonsie bet St. Patrick and | 

Oharoh. 
Morel, Louis, housekeeper, Militia Dept., h oor Cumberland and Cathoart. 
Morel, v., compositor, Queen's Printer. 
Morgan, Henry H., c'e"'-, Provincial Secretary's office, bds Mathews' Hotel, I 
Morgan, Henry, oler' overnment Department, h Ottawa cor Gloucester. [ 
Morgan, Thomas, pr .'•^lin, Evening Post, bds Victoria. 
Morgan, Wm. E., messenger. Executive Council office. 
Morin, A., printer, Le Canada office. 
Morin, D., printer, Le Canada office. 
Morin, Antoine, laborer, h Britannia Terrace, L.B.F. 
Morin, Doscille, carpenter, h Napoleon, bet King and Nelson. 
Morin, Elie, raftsman, h s s St. Patrick nr Dalhousie. 
Morin, Francois, carpenter, h n s Park bet King and Nelson. 
MORGAN, WARD, (British American Bank Note Co.,) h Metcalfe i 

square, L. T. 
Morin, Jacques, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 

Morin, Jacques, laborer, hn s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and Dalhousie, | 
Morin, Magloire, laborer, h s s Ottawa bet Augusta and Cobourg. 
Morin, Milain, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 
Morin, Pierre, printer, Queen's Printer, h e s Dalhousie bet St. Andrenl 

a id Church. 
Morin, P., bookbinder. Queen's Printer. 
Morin, P. L., surveyor and draughtsman, Cadastre and Surveyingj 

Branch (East), Dept. Crown Lands. 
Morkill, Thomas, clerk, Dept. Crown Lands, Surveying Branch (East),[ 

h oor Sparks and Hugh. 
Morley, John H., shop keeper, h e s Dalhousie bet Botler and McTaggaitj 
Morphy, John, registrar, Dept. Crown Lands, h O'Connor bet Qaeeij 

and Albert. 
Morreau, Bartholomew, messenger, Bureau of Agriculture, h n s OttaTi| 

bet King and Nelson. 
Morrell, Louis, guardian Militia Dept., h n s Murray bet King and 

Cumberland. 
Morrell, Michael, carter, h n s St. Patrick, bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Morrell, Victor, printer, h s s Napoleon, bet King and Nelson. 
Morris, Michael, tailo-, 46 Clarence. 

Morrison, Niel, city constable, h n s Parry bet Gloucester and Nelson. 
MORRISON, WM., Ottawa City Grist Mills, Bridge, h Bridge be 

Queen and Oregon, L.B.F. (See card.) I 

Monow, Thos., grocery and provision store, n s St. Patrick bet Susseil 

and Dalhousie, h same. 
Morrow, William, clerk, 42 Rideau. 
Morse, John, plasterer, h cor Cumberland and Stewart. 
MORTIMER, ALEX., book-binder and blank book manufactureiJ 

Sparks oor Metcalfe, entrance 22 Metcalfe^ h Albert bet Q^Connoij 

and Bank. (See advertisement.) 



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MORTIMER, GEORGE, " Apothecaries' Hall," 41 Stinez, h same. 

Morton, Henry, clerk, Geo. Mortimer, 41 Sassez. 

Morton, Mrs. Bessie, Berlin wool and fancy goods, 18 Ridean. 

MORTON, SMITHSON. (Morton & Goates,) h St. Andrew nr Sussex. 

MoBgrcve, Andrew, laborer, h Biddy bet Bank and Kent. 

Mosgrove, Robert, h St. Paul bet Mosgrove and Nicholas. 

MOSGROVE, WILLIAM, student-at-law, bds St. Paul bet MoigroTe 
and Court House Avenue. 

Mosley, William, carpenter, h s s Clarence cor Dalhonsie. 

M09S, GEO. W.. local editor, Daily Citizen, bds Russell House 

Moss, Mrs. Mary u., h, 159 Yark. 

Moulton, Albert S., clerk, H. Meadows & Co., h s s Clarence bet Dal- 
honsie and Cumberland. 

MOUNT, HENRY, M.D., physician and surgeon, bds Hamilton's 
hotel. 

Mountain, John L., metre manufacturer, Ottawa gas works. 

MOWAT, ALEXANDER, merchant tailor, 80 Sassez, h same. 

Mowberry, John, carpenter, bds n s Metcalfe near Ottawa River. 

Mowbray, Archibald C, accountant, Ontario Bank, h Victoria Terrace, 
Richmond Road. 

Mnckle, John, stone-cutter, h O'Connor bet Albert and Slater. 

Mair, G, M., assistant clerk. Legislative Assembly, res at Convent. 

Malleur harles, laborer, h n s Redpath nr Carleton. 

Mullen, uohn, laborer, J. M. Currier & Co. 

Mulligan, Samuel, proprietor steam-tug " Otter," h s s George bet 
Dalhonsie and Cumberland. 

|MULLIN, BERNARD, merchant tailor, 32 Sparks, h Queen near 
Metcalfe. 

iMallin, Mrs. Sarah, h Cumberland bet Stewart and Daly. 

|Mullins, Daniel, pensioner, h Albert b s bet concession line and Rich- 
mond Road. 

iMalloney, Daniel, laborer, h cor Bank and Biddy. 

Mnlrooney, James, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. ' . 

Mobrooney, James, laborer, h w s Metcalfe Square. 

Mnlrooney, William, laborer, h s s Botler bet Dalhouaie and Carleton. 

iMalrooney, William, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 

iMunro, Mrs. Janet, milliner and dress-maker, 74 Bideau. 

iMaoro, John, carter, h n s Daly bet Nicholas and Ottawa. 

lUNRO, JOHN, boarding house. Bridge opp Oregon, 
[onson, J. W., bookkeeper, bus Albert bet Con. Line and Riclimond 
Road. 

lanson, Luther, foreman, with E. G, Crosby, bds British Lion Hotel. 

^Inrphy, Andrew, laborer, h Centre. 

hrphy, David, tanner and currier, h 25 Clarence. 
lURPHY, DENIS, agent, Montreal and Ottawa Forwarding Co., Canal 
Basin, bds Union House. (See card.) 
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Murphy, Qeorge, foreman, J. Honey's boot and shoo store, h n s Bolton 

bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Murphy, J., laborer, Perley & Pattee. 
Murphy, James, blacksmith, h 210 Clarence. 
Murphy, James, bottler, S. Christie. 
Murphy, James, clerk, J. F. Caldwell & Co., bds 74 Sussex. 
Murphy, James, raftsman, h 30 Clarence. 
Murphy, James, omnibus driver, J. Stockdale. 
Murphy, James, teamster, H. McCormiok, bds 65 Sparks. 
Murphy, John, saddler, h e s King cor Botler. 
Murphy, John, (Heney & Co.,) h King nr Rideau River. 
Murphy, John, carpenter, h 59 Clarence. 
Murphy, John, blacksmith, Thomas McGreevey. 
Murphy, John, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 
Murphy, John, printer Citizen office, bds Redpath. 
Murphy, John M., millwright, h Sherwoou bet Queen and Oregon, L.B.F. 
Murphy, John V., clerk. Woods and Forests Branch, Dept. Crown Lands, 

bds. Albert cor Metcalfe. 
MURPIIY, JOSEPH, J., attorney and solicitor, 2 York, bds Bolton. 
Murphy, Martin, ale driver, S. Christie. 
Murphy, Michael, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 
Murphy, Miss M., dressmaker, n s George near Sussex. 
3Iurphy, Mrs. Bridget, (widow Michael,) h n s St. J itrick, bet King 

and Cumberland. 
Murphy, Mrs. Ellen, h Gloucester bet Parry and Rideau. 
Murphy, Mrs. Mary, h e s William bet George and York. 
Murphy, Mrs. Mary, (widow John,) h No. 1 Barrett's Row, Redpath. 
Murphy, Mrs. Mary Ann, (widow Patrick,) h n s Church bet Dalhou,<fie 

and Cumberland. 
Murphy, Patrick, laborer, Russell House. 

Murphy, Peter, laborer, h s s Bolton bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Murphy, Thomas, shoemaker, h Sandy Hill. 

Iftnrphy, William, laborer, h s s Albei*: bet con lino and Richmond Road. 
Murray, Francis, tailor, with W. Sutherland. 
Murray, Frank, clerk, Geo. Howe & Son. 
Murray, James, ostler, P. Buckley. 

Murray, John, groceries and liquors, Botler cor (!arleton, h same. 
Murray, John, carpenter, h No. 2 Barrett's Row, Redpath. 
Mum^, Samuel G., clerk, Indian Dept., bds Wellington Square. 
MURRAY, WILLIAM, billiard rooms, 28 Metcalfe, h same. 
MU8GR0VB & WRIGHT, proprietors British American^ Commercial 

College, Mechanics' Institute building, Sparks. (See card.) 

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MUTOHMOB, ALEXANDER, (Gadtud, Mutohmor & Oo.,) h 282 

Ridean. 
Mutohmor, Ralph W., (Qarland, Mutohmor & Go.) res Go. of Haldimand. 
Myers, John, oity weigh-master, 47 Glareuoe, has Gfcuroh bet Sumoz 

and Dalhousie. 
Myrand, J. B., postmaster. Legislative Gounoil, h St. Patrick. 



Nagle, Patrick, h 196 Glarenoe. 

Nagle, Richard, proprietor Grand River Hotel, Sussex cor Glarenoe. 
Nagle, Richard, lumber merchant, h Besserer bet Ghapel and Augusta. 
Nash, James, fancy shell work, Rideau Gottage, St. Patrick. 
Naughton, Michael, door*keeper and messenger, Executive Gouncil 

office, h Rideau near Gobourg. 
Neau, Basil, laborer, bds Dalhousie bet Bolton and Gathcart. 
Neeve, J. B. H., Stamp Act clerk. Receiver General's office, h w s 

O'Gonnor bet Slater and Maria. 
Neil, Andrew, storeman, M. K. Dickinson. 
NELLIS, THOS. F., (Glegg & Nellis,) 11 Metcalfe. 
Nelson, Thomas, boot and shoe manufacturer, 333 Wellington. 
Nesbitt, Thomas, clerk. Bureau of Agriculture, bds Albert nr .Metcalfe. 
Nettle, Richard, Grown Lands Department, h s s Bolton nr Dalhousie. 
Neville, G. G., clerk. Bureau of Agriculture, h New Edinburgh. 
Nevin, John, laborer, h Gentre. 
Newark, William, brewer, h Albert near Ganal. 
Newbanks, William, grocer, 59 York cor William, h same. 
Newbatt, James, carpenter, h New Edinburgh. 
Newcombe, Richard S., student-at>law, Lewis, Pinhey & Ward, 15 Elgin. 
Newell, Francis, turner, Geo. Newell. 

NEWELL, GEORGE, wood turning factory, Ghaudidre Island. 
NEW YORK AGCIDENTAL AND LIFE INS. GO., R. E. O'Gonnor, 

agent, York cor Sussex. 
Nicholson, John S., bookbinder, James Hope, h Rideau opp Dalhousie. 
Nicholson, Samuel, general blacksmith, 80 Glarenoe, h same. 
NicoU, Thomas, clerk, Gilmour & Go., h Richmond Road. 
Nile, John, bookbinder, James Hope, bds Dalhousie near Glarence. 
Nile, John, turnkey, Gounty of Garleton Jail. 
Nile, Michael, constable, h e s Dalhousie bet Botler and McTaggart. 
Noctor, Wm. M., laborer, J. M. Gurrier and Go. 
Noel, Alfred, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 

NOEL, G. v., teller, Ottawa branch, Quebec Bank, bds 94 Wellington. 
Noel, Damase, shoemaker, h n s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

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NOEL, H. v., manager, Quebeo Bank, branch at OtUwa, h 94 Wel- 
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Nolan, Moiea, hotel-keeper, h b Murray bet Dalhonsie and 8'skmx. 

Nolan, Richard, kborer, C. Garth. 

Nolan, Bros., boot and shoemakers, Gloucester bet Parry and Rideau. 

NORDHEIMER, A. & S., piano forte and inuBio warehouse, 25 Sparks, 
J. L. Orme & Son, agents. 

.'iorman, William, bricklayer, bds Robert Graham's Hotel. 

Norris, William, tinsmith, 188 Clarence, h same. 

North, H. J., carpenter, bds 62 Sussex, 

NORTHERN TRANSPORTATION OO., daily line of steamers, 
Dowsley & Co., agents, P. O. Building. 

Norton, Frank, clerk. Detail Branch U. C. Sales, Dept. Grown Lands, 
h 12 Augusta. 

Notman, John, clerk. Legislative Assembly, h n s Maria bet O*0onnor 
and Metcalfe. 

Nuttall, James, butcher, with Moore, 46 York. 

NYE, LEWIS N., agent, C. P. Clark, cigars, tobacco, fruit, &c., 48 
Sussex, h 34 Sparks. 



0'Bay,^John, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 

O'Brien, Denis, shoemaker, 86 Clarence, h same. 

O'Brien, Godfrey S., Prov. L. S.,bds Victoria Terrace, Richmond Road. 

O'Brien, James, laborer, h Biddy bet Bank and Kent. 

O'Brieii, James, provision store, 68 Sparks, h same. 

O'Brien, Jas. W., Blue Book clerk. Bureau of Agriculture, bds Salmon's 

hotel, York. 
O'Brien, Dr. L., clerk. Customs Dept., h Richmond road. 
O'Brien, Lawrence, laborer, h s s St. Andrew bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
O'Brien, Lucius, Finance Dept., h Victoria Terrace, Richmond Road. 
O'Brien, Michael, carter, h cor Carleton and Botler. 
O'Brien, Mrs. Catherine, (wid James), h s s Botler bet Metcalfe and 

Dalhousie. 
O'Brien, Mis. Ellen, (wid Daniel), h n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and 

Cumberland.. 
O'Brien, Patrick, tailor, h Stewart: 
O'Brien, Stephen, clerk, 212 Clarence. 
O'Brien, Thos., baker, bds 82 Rideau. 

O'Brien, Thomas, carpenter, h n s Besserer bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 
O'Brien, Wm., messenger, P. 0. Dept., h St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and 

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O'CONNOR, DANIEL, solioitor, &o., York oor Sauez, h oor Bay and 

Albert. 
O'Connor, Dudley, laborer, Nicholaa, opp Stewart. 
O'Connor, John, door-keeper, LegislatiTo Assembly, h. Sparks w of St. 

Andrew's (R.O.) Gharch. 
O'Connor, James, carpenter, bds e s Garleton. bet Cathoart Square and 

Botlor. 
O'Connor, James, laborer, s s Parry bet King and Nelson. 
O'Connor, James, carpenter, h Cumberland, bet Botler and Bolton. 
O'CONNOR, JOHN B., contractor, h Duke opp Lloyd. 
O'Connor, John, clerk, H. F. McCarthy, 236 Wellington. 
O'Connor, John, gentleman, h Albert bet O'Connor and Bank. 
O'Connor, John, groceries and provisions, cor Cathoart and Dalhousie, 

h same. 
O'Connor, John, boot and shoemaker, w s Dalhousie bet Rideau and 

George, h same. 
O'Connor, Lawrence, carpenter, h w s King bet Botler and Bolton, 

Letter « 0." 
O'Connor, 0. F., grocer and millwright, 108 Clarence, h ,-«ame. 
O'Connor, Mrs., h cor King and Wilbrod. 

O'Connor, ^homas, laborer, h n s Bolton bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
O'CONNOR, RODERICK £., Insurance agent,. York oor Sussex, h 

Stewart. 
O'Connor, Wm., proprietor. Market Hotel, 52 York. 
O'Connor, Wm., carpenter, bds King bet Botler and Bolton, Letter "0." 
O'Day, Michael, laborer, h Cobourg bet Ottawa and Parry. 
O'Donnell, Patrick, shoemaker, h Biddy. 
O'Donnell, Patrick, teamster, h Nicholas. 
O'Donohue, Oeorge, clerk Dead Letter Branch, P. 0. Dept., h Nelson 

bet Rideau and Parry. 
O'Donohoe, William, tailor, h York. 
OFFORD, JONATHAN, wholesale and retail dealer in boots and 

shoes, leather, &c., 18 Rideau, h Maria nr O'Connor. (See card.) 
u GARA, MARTIN, barrister, &o., police magistrate, office 33 Rideau, 

h Rideau. 
O'Gara, Michael, groceries and provisions, n s Bolton bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. 
Ogg, Henry W., h Maria bet Elgin and Metcalfe. 
Ogilvy, James, h Stewart bet King and Nelson, n s. 
O'Grady, Michael, laborer, h Gloucester, bet Pdrcy and concession line. 
O'Hanly, John L. P., Prov. Land Surveyor, h Besserer bet Gloucester 

and Chapel. 
O'Keefe, Thomas, waiter, Russell House. 

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and Oumberland. 
OLD LION TAVERN, R. Oilpin, proprietor. Little Snasez oor St. Pul 
O'Leary, Miohael, tailor, h n ■ Oathoart bet Dalhouaie and Oumberland. 
Oliver, Oeorge, millwright, h Ottawa bet King and Nelson. 
Oliver, James, painter, Holgate, Oliver & Annable. 
Oliver, John, (Holgate, Oliver and Annable,) h Queen. 
Oliver, Robert, clerk, Aooonntant'a Branch, P. 0. Dept, h Sussex opp 

Oathedral. 
O'Meara, Herbert, clerk, accountant, Militia Dept., bds Duignan's Hotel, 
O'Meara, Miohael, blacksmith, Victoria foundry. 
O'Meara, Patrick, J. M. Currier & Oo. 

O'Meara, Patrick, laborer, h n s Bolton bet Dalhousie and Oumberland, 
O'Meara, Patrick, proprietor O'Meara's Restaurant, George oor William, 
O'Meara, Philip, laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Oo. 
O'MEARA & 00., dry goods and clothing, 50 Sparks. 
O'Meuler, John, carpenter, Peck & Gallup. 
O'Neil, Denis, ship-carpenter, h n s Ottawa bet King and Nelson. 
O'Neil, James, laborer, 0. & P. B. Depot. 

O'Neil, John, laborer, h n s St. Andrew bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
O'Neil, Terrence, laborer, h n s Redpath bet Dalhousie and. Oarleton. 
O'NEILL, EDWARD J., detective officer, h Biddy, Ashburnham Hill. 
O'Neill, Henry, sawyer, Perley & Pattee, 
O'Neill, Roderick, clerk, bds Grand River Hotel. 
ONTARIO BRANOH BANK, W. Wade, manager, oor Sparks and 

Metcalfe. 
ORDNANCE LANDS OFFICE, foot of Locks, Col. Coffin, agent. 
O'REILLY, ANTHONY, M.D., physician and surgeon, 16 York. 
O'Reilly, John, (J. & R. O'Reilly,) general store, s s Church bet Dal 

housie and Cumberland. 
O'Reilly, Miohael, h n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Oumberland. 
O'Reilly, Mrs. Charles, boarding house, h Duke bet Queen and Lloyd, 
O'Reilly, Richard, gentleman, h Kent oor Vittoria. 
O'Reilly, Robert, (J. & R. O'Reilly,) general store, s s Church bet 

Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
O'Reilly, J. & R,, general merchants, s s Church bet Dalhouaie and 

Oumberland. 
O'F^nrke, James, laborer, h Oumberland bet Stewart and Wilbrod. 
Orphans' Home, Mrs. Lillioo, matron, h w s Bank bet Slater and Maria, 
Oir, John, care-taker, Government stores, h St. Paul nr Ottawa. 
Orton, Nathan, sawyer, A. H. Baldwin. 

Osgoode, Jeremiah, salesman, J. M. Currier & Co., h n s Botler bet Dal- 
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O'Shea, John, drover, has Bolton bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
OTTAWA SKATING & CURLING CCTTB, building Stater street. 
I OTTAWA AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY, John Durie, Depoai- 

tarj, 10 Sparks. 
OTTAWA CITIZEN, Daily and Weekly, I. B. Taylor, proprietor, 

off 2URideau. 
OTTA WA EVENING POST, Daily and Weekly, C. B. Stewart& Co., 

proprietors, 26 Metcalfe. (See card. J 
OTTAWA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE AND ATHENAEUM, 26 

and 27 Sparks. 
OTTAWA RIVER NAVIGATION CO., Jas. T. Sutton, agent. Queen's 

Wharf. 
OTTAWA TIMES, Daily and Weekly, Geo. Cotton, proprietor, 60 

Sparks.' (See card.) «; 

Ouellette, Franyois, sawyer, Ferley & Fattee. 
Oaellette, J. Bte., cooper, h n s Park bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
OuMlette, Moise, aze maker, S. Washburn. 
Oaimette, Edward, h Cumberland opp George. 
Ouimette, Francis, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
Ouimette, Jean B., shoemaker, h s s Ottawa bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Owens, Arthur, butcher, 72 Rideau, h same. 
Owens, Patrick, office-keeper, Public Works, h basement, west wing, 

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PAGE, JOHN, Chief Engineer, Department of Public Works bds 

Russell House. 
Pag^, Jean Baptiste, wagon maker, bds St. Patrick. 
Pag^, Remain, wagon makei, 45 York, Gloucester bet Parry fand 

Ottawa. 
Paiement, Louis, painter, h w s Dalhousie, bet Bolton and Cathcart. 
PAINTER, THOMAS, freestone and marble works, contractor and 

builder, h Besserer nr Cumberland. 
PAINTER & TAYLOR, freestone and marble works, Albert opp City 

Hall. 
Paisley, Daniel, carpenter, h Cumberland. 
Palon, William, builder and contractor, h n s Maria nr Rink. 
Palmer, Henry A., hairdresser and proprietor city baths, 27 Sussex, b 

n s George bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. • 
Panet, C, clerk. Legislative Assembly, h Augusta nr Rideau 
Paquette, Baptiste, carpenter, has Murray bet Chapel and Gloucester. 
Paquette, Elie, laborer, hs s Parry bet Gloucester and Chapel. 

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Paquette, E, spinner, New Edinburgh woolen factoiy. 

Paquette, Felix, laborer, h n s l^arry bet Chapel and Gloucester. 

Paquette, Henri, shoemaker with L. Cuzner, 29 Bidcau. 

Paquette, J. Bte., carpenter, h n s Parry bet Chapel and Gloucester. 

Paquette, Thomas, stone-cutter, h n s Park bet King and Nelson. 

Paquette, Zephire, carpenter, h s s Murray bet Chapel and Gloucester, 

Paquin, David, laborer, h n s St. Andrew, net Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Paradis, Ed., carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 

Paradis, Isidore, laborer, h s s Parry bet Gloucester and Chapel. 

Pardey, Mrs. Elizabeth, boarding house, 287 Wellington bet Vittoria, 

and Water. 
Pareau, James, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
PABENT, B., asst Provincial Secretary, C. E., h 96 Bideau. 
Parent, J. Bte., Montreal House, s s Church, bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Parent, Narcisse, jr., proprietor Quebec Hotel, 37 Sussex. 
Parent, Narcisse, bds Quebec Hotel. 
Paridier, Joseph, blacksmith, J. Evans. 

Parisien, Charles, laborer, h s s Ottawa bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Parke, John C., carpenter, h Cumberland. 
Parks George, plasterer, h s s Murray bet King and Cumberland. 
Parks, John, carpenter, h Cumberland bet York and Clarence. 
Parquette, Alex., carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 
Parr, J. A., operator, Montreal Telegraph Co., 11 Metcalfe. 
Parris, Wm., brewer, bds Metcalfe cor Queen. m 

Parsons, Albert, attorney and so^'oitor, bds Daly nr King. 
PABSONS, BOBEBT, sheriff's bailiff, h Besserer, cor Augusta. 
Parsons, Mrs. Ann, h w s William bet George and York. 
Partridge, P. M., supt. Woods and Forests Branch, Dept. Crown Lands, 

h Besserer bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Patrick, Alfred, assistant clerk, Legislative Assembly, and chief clerk 

of committees, h 53 Daly, McGreevey's Terrace. 
Patrick, T., clerkj^rivate bills. Legislative Assembly, h Augusta bet 

Stewart and Wilbrod. 
Patrie, Oliver, bds n s Bolton cor King. 
Patrie, Mrs. Delphine, (widow Oliver,) bus Bolton cor King. 
PATTEE, GOBDON B., (Perley & Pattee,) h Duke bet Queen ,and 

Lloyd. 
Pattee, James A., foreman, Bronsons, Weston & Co., h Middle, Victoria 

Island. 
Patterson, Andrew, carter, h Stewart bet Cumberland and Ottawa. 
Patterson, Isaac, h 108 Bideau. 
Patterson, James, clerk. Garland, Mutohmor & Co. 
Patterson, James, clerk. Audit office, h Wilbrod bet King and Nelson. 

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Pattersou, J. C, clerk, Accountant's Branch, P. 0. Dept., h Richmond 

Road, Tp Nepean. 
Fattenon, Joseph, foreman in Lumber Yard, Bronsons, Weston & Co., 

h Middle, Victoria Island. 
Patterson, Martin, machinist, Peck & Gallup. 

Patterson, Martin, carpenter, h Ottawa bet Sherwood and Brad, L.B.F. 
Patterson, Matthew, foreman machinist, Victoria Foundry, hs s Middle, 

Victoria Island. 
PATTERSON, THOMAS, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 26 Rideau, 

h same. 
Patterson, Wm., proprietor, Gatineau Stage Line, h Ottawa bet Stewart 

and Daly. 
Pattier, Mrs. Marceline, (widowj, h n s Parry bet Nelson and Glowoester. 
Pattison, J. H., measurer. Departmental Buildings, h Richmond Road. 
Payette, Mrs. Oaroline, (wid Charles), h n s St. Patrick bet King and 

Cumberland. 
Payne, Abraham, grocer, Victoria Terrace, Richmond Road. 
Payne, Abraham, shoemaker, D. McQuade. 

Payne, John, keeper of Ottawa Skating and Curling Club, h at Rink. 
Peachy, J. W., clerk Customs Dept., h cor Murray and Cumberland. 
Peacock, George, hatter, bds 28 Rideau. 

Peacock, J as,, sen, hats, caps, furs and straw goods, 28 Rideau, h same. 
Peacock, James, jr, clerk, 28 Rideau, bds same. 
Peacock, Wm., clerk, Jas. Peacock, sen, bds Rideau. 
Peat, James, stonecutter, h n s Murray bet Cumberland and Dalhousie. 
Peck, A. N., (Peck & Gallup), h Richmond Road. 
PECK & GALLUP, sash, blind, door factory and planing mill, over 

Washburn's axe factory, Chaudi^re Island. (See card.) 
rSG TOP DEPOT, G. M. Holbrook, proprietor, cloths, cassimeres and 

vestings, &c., 8 Elgin. 
Pelchat, Frangois, raftsman, h w s Dalhousie bet Bolton and Cathcart. 
PELHAM, GEO. B., clerk of Works, western block, Departmental 

Buildings, h Richmond Road. 
Pellant, J. F., accountant, Receiyer General's office, h 123 Daly nr Nelson. 
Pelletier, Ed., messenger. Legislative Assembly, h Murray nr Dalhousie. 
Pellier, John, culler, Perley & Pattee. 

Peltier, Patrick, tinsmith, h s s Ottawa bet Nelson and Gloucester. 
PELTIER, LOUIS, proprietor City House, cor Sussex and St. Andrew. 
Pemberton, Captain, 60th Rifles, Aide-de-camp to the Governor. 
Pen, A., carpenter. Peck & Gallup. 

Pender, John, messenger. Audit office, h s s Daly, Sandy Hill. 
Pender, P., messenger. Inspector General's office, h 24 xiugusta. 
Pennock, P. jr., law student. W. H. Walker, bds Rideau, Sandy Hill. 

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Pennock, P. sen., clerk, Dead Letter braDch, P. O. Dept., h 159 Daly. 
PENNOCK, W., (J. T. & W. Pennock,) h Besserer cor Nelson. 
PENNOCK, JAiMES T., (J T. & W. Pennock,) h Daly nr Nelson. 
PENNOCK, J. T. & W., bankers, money and exchange brokers, general 

insurance agents, Parliamentary, Departmental and Patent agents, 

&c., 19^ Sparks. (See advertisements.) 
Pdrault, Bellini, hotel-keeper, s s St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Percy, Andrew, pa'.nter, h n s St. Paul bet Nicholas and Ottawa. 
Perillard, Luc, laborer, h n s Ottawa opp Nelson. 
PERKINS, A. B., grocer, 228 Wellington, h 230 Wellington. 
Perkins, A. B., machinist, Perkins' foundry. 
PERKINS, EDWARD L., proprietor Perkins' foundry and r.achine 

shops, n s Sparks bet Hugh and Wellington Ward Market, h same, 
Perkins, George, machinist, h Wellington. 
Perkins, L. G. E., paymaster, Perkins' foundry. 
Perkins, Lyman, h Wellington bet Kent and Sally. 
Perk\ns, Melson, machinist, h Yittoria. 
Perkins, Reuben, millwright, h Albert Island, Chavdi^re. 
Perkins, W. W., foreman machinist, Perkins' foundry. 
Perley, Wm. G., (Perley & Pattee,) h Duke opp Bridge. 
PBRLEY & PATTEE, (Wm. G. Perley and Gordon B. Pattee,) luni- 

her manufacturers, Ohaudi^re saw mills. (See card.) 
Peron, John, blacksmith, Thomas MoGreevey. 
Perrier, Duncan, laborer, A. H. Baldwin. 

Perrier, Gideon, raftsman, h n s Park bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Perrier, Pierre, sawyer, A. H. Baldwin. 
Perry, Charles E., surveyor, bds Gloucester Road. 
PERRY, GEO. H., city engineer, York cor Sussex, h Gloucester Road. 
Perry, George R., clerk. Workman & Griffin, bds Gloucester Road. 
PERRY,. JAMES, manager, Ottawa Gas Co., w s King bet York and 

Rideau, h w s Nelson bet Rideau and Parry. 
Perry, Mrs. Amelia, h Mosgrove bet Rideau and St. Paul. 
P^sant, Mrs. Matilda, (widow Gilbert) h s s Murray bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. 
Peterkin, John, laborer, h New Edinburgh. 
Peterson, Rev. Andrew, Pastor Wesleyan Methodist Church for Tern- 

pleton and Cantley, h s s McKay near Rideau Bridge. 
Petite, Louis, laborer, h St. Paul bet Mosgrove and Nicholas. 
Philion, Alexander, carder, Wm. Taylor, h Montreal, L.B F. 
Fbilion, John, clerk, J. A. 1 . nard, h s s Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
PHILLIPS, JOHN, clel-k, James Bourget, bds Russell House. 
PH(BNIX FIRE ASSURANCE CO., of London, J. Durie, agent, 

10 Sparks. 

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Pioh^, Adolphe, clerk, D. R. LeaveDs, 84 Sussex. 

Pich4, Charles, school teacher, h n s Church bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 

Piche, Francis, hairdresser, E. Miles, 9 Bideau. 

Pichette, Jules, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

Pichette, Pierre, laborer, Pcrley and Pattee. 

Pichette, Theodore, tavern-keeper, h n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and 
Sussex. 

Pierce, William, pilot, Ottawa River, bds City House. 

Pigeon, Thomas, carpenter, h s s Cathcart bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Pilson, Wm. R., saddler, h Kent bet Wellington and Vittoria. 

Pinard, Achille, dry goods merchant, bds w s Dalhousie bet Cathcart 
and Bolton. 

Pinard, Adolphe, carter, h Cathcart bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Pinard, Alfred, carpenter, bds e s King cor Bolton. 

Pinard, Hilaire, retired, h w s .Dalhousie bet Cathcart and Bolton. 

Pinard, Hilaire Adolphe, general dealer in dry goods, groceries, pro- 
visions, hardware, &c , cor Dalhousie and Bolton, h same. 

Pinard,. Hercule, clerk, cor Cathcart and Cumburlapd, bds Boulton cor 
King. 

PINARD, J. A., dry goods, 17 Sussex, bds Dalhousie bet Nunnery and 
Cathcart. 

Pinard, Jovide, carpenter, h s s Bolton beL Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Pinard, Joseph, carter, h s s Cathcart bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Pinard, Leon, carpenter, h s s King cor Bolton. 

Pinard, Oliver, proprietor Delhi Saloon, 17 Clarence, h same. 

PINHEY, CHARLES H., (Lewis & Pinhey,) h Merton Cottage, Vic- 
toria Terrace. 

Pinhey, John H, accountant, Ottawa Branch Bank of Upper Canada, 
h 3 Victoria Terrace, Richmond Road 

Pinkham, John, sawyer, Levi Young. 

Pipus, George, plasterer, h 275 Rideau. 

Pitcher, Charles, painter, h Gloucester, nr Rideau. 

Pitcher, Richard, painter, Gloucester near Rideau, h same. 

Plunkett, James, clerk, L'. 0, Dept., h s s Clarence bet Dalhousie and 
Cumberland. 

Poettor, H., Clerk of Votes, Legislative Assembly, bds Russell House. 

Poirier, Amable, miller, James Wilkinson, h Montreal, L.B.F. 

Poirier, Moise, shoemaker, T. Bellemare, 79 Sussex. 

Poirier, Toussaint, laborer, li Water bet King and Rideau River. 

Poitras, Regis, cabinet-maker, Holgate, Oliver & Annable. 

Pooler, E., pressman. Queen's Printer, h cor Albert and Bank. 

Pope, Charles, clerk. Public Works Dept., h Queen opp Duke, L.B.F. 

Popham, William, carpenter, h Vittoria. 

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PORTER, HENRY, blacksmith, roar Olarence bet Sosses and Dal- 

housie, h c s Olarence near Palhousie . 
Porter, John, surveyor, h 86 Metcalfe bet Queen and Albert. 
Porter, John, laborer, J. R. Booth. 

Porter, Thomas, book-keeper, A. H. Balwin, h Middle, Victoria Island. 
Porter, William, builder and contractor, h Queen s s bet Elgin and 

Metcalfe. 
Porter, William, carpenter, h n s George bet William and Dalhousie. 
Portier, C, sergeant-at-arms, LegiB'adve Council. 
Portland, Mrs. Catherine, (widow Malaew,) h n s McTaggart bet Dal- 

housie aud Carleton. 
POST, DAILY {EVENING) AND WEEKLY, C. E. Stewart & 

Co., proprietors, office Metcalfe two doors south of Sparks. ^ 
Potter, K., millwright, h Queen bet Cathcart and Lloyd, L.B.F.* 
Potter, H., sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 
Potter, Thomas J., copying clerk, City Registry Office, bds cor Sparks 

and Kent. 
Potvin, Auguste, clerk, Stationery Department, Geo. E. Dcsbaiats,' bds 

at Mrs. Beauchamps, Murray. 
Potvin, Francis, butcher, h e s Dalhousie, bet St. Andrew and Church. 
Potvin, Harry, messenger, Dept. Public Works, h Church bet Sussex 

and Dalhousie. 
Potvin, Philibert, :nessenger, Dept. Crown Lands, h cor Church and 

Dalhousie. 
Potvin, Samuel, laborer, A. H. Baldwin. 
Poulin, J. Baptiste, carpenter, h Britannia Terrace, L.B.F. 
POULIN, PIERRE, grocer and dealer in provisions, n w cor Market 

Building cor of Clarence, h s s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Pouliot, Geo., laborer, Chas. Garth. 
Powell, G., clerk, Provincial Secretary's office, h 57 Daly, MoGreevey's 

Block. 
Powell', J. K., clerk, J. Thompson, 55 Sussex. 

POWELL, WM. F., M. P. P., h 299 Wellington bet Vittoriaand Water. 
POWELL, LIEUT.-COL. WALKER, Deputy Adjt.-Gen. of Militia, 

h Albert opp City Hall. 
Power, Thomas, carpenter, Power & Son. 
Power, Patrick, & Son, sash, blind, and door factory, Stewart nr Canal 

Basin, h Nicholas opp Court House. 
Powers, Jesse, builder and contractor, h 57 Rideau. 
Powers, Mrs., millinery and dressmaking, 57 Rideau, 
PRATT, ABRAHAM, merchant, h Queen bet Bridge and Lloyd, L.B.F. 
PRATT, JAMES, (Pratt & Co ,) h O'Connor nr Maria 
PRATT & CO., dry goods and groceries, 60 Sparks. 

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Prendergast, John J., olerk, Sarveyor General's office, Dept. Crown 

Lands, h s 8 Cathoart nr King. 
Prestley, Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid James), h s s Redpath bat Dalhousie and 

CarletOQ. 
PRESTON, GEO. H., dealer in boots, shoes, and leather, sign of the 

large boot, next door to Cunningham & Lindsay, 12 Bideau and 93 

Rideau, h 91 Rideau. (See card.) , 

Preston, William T. R., olerk, 12 Rideau. 
Price, William, bricklayer, h Augusta, bet Rideau and Franklin. 
Priest, Mr., teacher deaf and dumb, h Rideau opp Hospital. 
Prindiville, John, butcher, h St. Paul bet Nicholas and Ottawa. 
Proctor, Josiah W., clerk, E. McGillivray. 
Proderiok, Frederick, confectioner, bds 40 Sussex. 
Proderiok, Francis, jonfectioner, bds 40 Sussex. 
Proderick, William, confectioner, 40 Sussex, h same. 
Propere, Charles, millwright, J. Booth, bds Chaudi^re Hotel. 
Proudfoot, Thomas, blacksmith, Humphries' carriage factory, Daly. 
Proulx, Cyrille, sawyer, Perley & Fattee. 
Prottlx, Edward, axe manufacturer, Duke nr Queen, h same. 
Proulx, Isidore, raftsman, h s s Church bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Proulx, Louis, laborer, h w s Cumberland, bet St. Patrick and Murray. 
Proulx, Moses, driver, W. Taylor. 
Proulx, Moses, sen, sawyer, W. Taylor. 
Proulx, Olivier, filer, saw mills, J. M. Currier & Co. 
Proulx, Olivier, laborer, h Cumberland bet Murray and St. Patr'ok. 
PROVINCIAL INS. CO., D. M. Grant, agent, Sparks cor Elgit. 
PROVINCIAL TELEGRAPH CO., office Sparks near Elgin, Geo. 

W. Carleton, chief operator. 
Provost, Wm., tinsmith, Esmonde Bros., h Church. 
Prud'homme, Benjamin, h s s Redpath bet Dalhousie and Carleton. 
PRUD'HOMME, JOSEPH T., iry goods, groceries and clothing, 96 

Sussex, h same. 
Prud'homme, Michael, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 
Prud'homme, Stephen, tinsmith, bds King bet York and Clarence.- 
Prumont, John, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 

Palski, John, stonemason, h n s BoltOn bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Purcell, James, quarryman, A. H. Baldwin. 
Purcell, John, laborer, h Centre. 
Purcell, John, laborer, bds Biddy, Ashburnham Hill. 
Purdy, John, Purdy's Hotel, Biddy bet Bank and Kent. 
Purtell, John, sawyer, Eronsons, Weston & Co. 
Purtell, Michael, lumber-yard-mac, Levi Young. 
Pyle, George, painter, h Nelson bet Parry and Ottawa. 

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QUEBEC BANK, branch at Oitawa, H. V^. Noel, manager, 90 and 9:1 

Wellington. 
Quebec Hotel, 37 Sussex, Narcisse Pacent, jr., proprietor. 
QUEEN FIRE INS. CO , R. E. O'Connor, agent, York cor Sussor, 
Quickley, James, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 
Quigley, Robert, carriage-maker, Geor;;^e Humphries. 
Qainlahan, John, laborer, h s s Water bet King and Kideau Kiver. 
Quinlivan, Mrs. Hanora, h s s Parry but Gloucester .irxd. Chapel. 
QUINN, HUGH, groceries, provisions ond liqucn-), cor King and 

Ottawa, h same. (See advertisement.) 
Quino. Johs) retired, h Ottawa cor King. 
Quinn, F^trick, saloon, 110 WfjlUngton, cor O'Connor, L same. 
Quisn. TkoHtas, laborer, has George bet Dalhousie and Cumbcrlaud. 



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RABY & TUCK, soap ur,d ctadla manufacturers, e s Dalhousie bet 

Cathcart and Bolton. L. 0. 
Radenhurst, Wm. H., (I^oliowes & Radenhurst,) h Wellington, 

Bank. 
Radford, James J., (Young & Radford,) h Rideau bet Augusta 

Cobourg. 

Rains, James, porter, H. F. Brading & Co. 
Rainville, Mrs.* Charlotte, (widow Fran9oi8,) h s s water bet King and 

Rideau River. 
Riunville, Edouard, laborer, h e s Cumberland bet Cathcart and Bolton. 
Rainville, Edward, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 
Rainv fUe, Paul, laborer, h s s Water bet King and Rideau River. 
Raitt, George, merchant tailor, 220 Wellington, h same. 
Raitt, James, merchant tailor, 250 Wellington, h same. 
Raitt, Mrs. Margaret, (widow John) h n s Murray, bet Cumberland 

and Dalhousie. ' 

Eajotte, Timoth^c, clerk, O'Meara & Co. 

Randell, John, painter, bds e s Dalhousie bet St. Andrew and Church. 
RANKIN, JAMES N., wholesale and retail dealer in tobaccos, cigars, 

meerschaum pipes, fancy goods, &c., 15 Sparks cor Elgin, h George 

nr William. (See card.) 
Ransteed, Wm., watchman, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Rathier, Abraham, grocer, cor Cathcart and Cumberland, h same. 
Rathicr, Emanuel, raftsman, h n s Church bet Cumberland and King. 
Kathwell, Thomas, carter, h Kent bet Wellington and Vittoria. 



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Ratte, Antoine, ferry boat proprietor, Queen's Wharf. 

Rattey, Peter, Speaker's messenger, Legislative Council. 

Kay, Jules, carpenter, h n s Parry bet Chapel and Gloucester. 

^ay. Lawrcrne, cook, J. M. Currier & Co. 

Hay, *iawron(;e, raftsman, h o s Carleton bet Baird and McKay. 

Raynsond, Devir6, clock maker, h s 5 Clarence bet Dalhousie and Cum- 

bprlavii, 
Havnioad, <>>i J.'.*re, laborer, Perley <& Pattee. 
Rea, Wm., printer, h w b Gloucester bet Rideau and Parry. 
Read, Mrs. Eliza, h Nicholas opp Stewart. 
Read, George, joiner, h 154 York. 

Read, George, ir, carpenter, bds cor York and Cumberland. 
Ri:.u, Satnuel, stonecutter, h St. Paul bet Mosgrove and Nicholas. 
Reardo)>, John, laborer, h 136 Clarence. 
11' \RDON, ROBERT, (W. and R. Reardon, broom manufacturers), h 

J s Cb?iirch bet Cumberland and Dalhousie. 
REARDON, WILLIAM, (W. & R. Reardon, broom manufacturers,) h 

s s Church bet Cumberlannd and Dalhousie. 
REARDON, W. & R., (William and Robert,) broom and brush manu- 
facturers, William near Rideau. 
Reddick, Alexander, pensioner, h ss Murray bet Cumberland and King. 
Reddington, Patrick, sawyer, h Sherwood cor Ottawa, L.B.F. 
Redman, Edward, laborer, h s s St. Andrews bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Redmond, John, proprietor Farmers' House, Nicholas opp Gaol. 
Redmond, Wm., carpenter, Thos. McGreevry, 
Reed, George, grocer and plasterer, cor Queen and Cathcart, L.B.F. 
Regan, Henry, laborer, h s e City Limits. 
Regan, John, contractor, h 36 Augusta. 
Reid, Samuel, stonecutter, Thos. McGreevey. 
Reiffenstein, G. C, confidential and debentures clerk, Receiver General's 

office, h 203 nra Welling*^^on bet Bank and Kent. 
Reilly, Edward, bar tender, h fit. Paul near Mosgrove. 
Reilly, Wm., mason, Thos. McGreevey. 
Remon, Edward P., (Lyon & Rcmon, bds Salmon's Hotel. 
Renaud, Alexis, Hotel du Canada, s s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Renaud, Etienne, laborer, h King bet Rideau and Parry. 
Rennick, John, ostler, J. Stockdale. 
Rennick, William, h s s Church near Dalhousie. 
j Revard, John, grinder, axe factory, Ed. Proulx. 
Reynolds, Mrs. Eliza, books, stationery, and fancy goods, York near 

Sussex. 
I REYNOLDS, THOS., Managing Director, Ottawa & Prescott Railway, 

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Rioard, Edooard, carter, h n s Church near Oamberland. 

Rice, Alexander, hair-dresser, 15 Glaronoe; h same. 

Rice, William, clerk, P. 0., h Queeu bet Elgin and Metcalfe. 

Richard, Mrs. AglaS, (widow Pierre,) h n s Church bet Sussex 

Dalhousie. 
Richard, E., compositor. Queen's Printer. 

Richards, Wm., contractor, h Bridge bet Queen and Oregon, L.B.F 
Richardson, Robert, meat market, Wellington Ward market, h 

Maria and Bay. 

Richardson, Robert, carpenter, h Ottawa bet Oathcart and Lloyd, L.B.F. 
Richer, Damien, bds cor Cumberland and Church. 
Richer, Isai, law student, Scott & Ross, bds n s Church cor Cumberland, 
Richer, J. Bte., groceries and provisions, cor Cumberland and Church, 

h same. 
Rideau Hotel, C. Carleton, proprietor. Little Sussex cor St. Paul. 
Rideau Hotel, 46 and 48 Rideau, W. T. Loucks, proprietor. 
RIDGWAY, F. C. S,, sub-editor Citizen, bds Albion Hotel. 
Ridingtoa Patrick, sawyer, Levi Young. 
Riel, E. R. E., M.D., coroner for Ottawa and County of Carleton, off 

and h 128 Sussex. 
Riel, Joseph, tin and copper smith, 39 i Sussex, h York. 
Riel, Philip, clerk, h n s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Riel, Mrs,, h 126 York. 

Riley, James, carter, h s s Church bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 
Ring, David, laborer, h Middle, Victoria Island. 
Ring, Mrs. Julia, (widow Philip,) h s s Bolton bet Sussex & Dalhousie. 
Riopelle, Andrew, hotel keeper, s s Church bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Riopelle, Edouard, carter, h s s St. Andrew bet King and Cumberland. 
Riopelle, Fran9ois, laborer, h s s Cathcart bet Dall '>usie and Cumberland. 
Riopelle, Louis, pilot, h n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Riopelle, Pierre, carter, h s s St. Andrew bet King and Cumberland. 
Ritchie, Francis, policeman, bds Hamilton's Hotel. 
Ritchie, James, Crown Timber Office, h w s O'Connor bet Slater and 

Maria. 
Rivals, Joseph, carter, h n s St. Andrew bet King and Cumberland. 
Rivet, P., asst. French Journal clerk, L. A., h York opp Gas Works. 
Pivet, P., bookbinder. Queen's Printer. 
Roberge, 0., messenger, Legislative Assembly, h St. Patrick bet Dal 

housie and Sussex. 
Robert, Charles, carpenter, h n s Ottawa opp Chapel. 
Robert, Charles, sawyer, Bronsons. Weston & Co- 
Robert, John, laborer, Levi Young. 
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Robert, Philip, h n s Ottawa bet Gloucester and Okapel. 

Robert, Pierre, butcher, h w s Palhousie bet St. Patrick and Murray. 

Robert, Stanislas, meat market, 67 Bideau. 

Robert, Stanislas, cabinet maker, h s s Bolton, Letter " 0," bet Garleton 

an(l Cumberland. 
ROBE}.TS, JOHN, chemist and druggist, 85 Bideau, h same 
Roberts, John, clerk, J. Buchanan, h 258 Bideau. 
Roberts, John, trader, h u s Clarence bet Cumberland and King. 
ROBEBTSON, ALEX., tobaccos, cigars, &c., 16 Elgin, bds Queen. 
Robertson, Duncan, principal Victoria Terrace School, h Chaudidre Island. 
Robertson, James, mason, h Besserer bet King and Cumberland. 
Robertson, John, mason, h Chapel bet Wilbrod and Theodore. 
Robertson, John, mason, h Besserer cor Cumberland. 
ilOBEBTSON, J. P., head master, St. George's Ward School, h cor 

Cumberland and Besserer. 
Robertson, Nathaniel, (Bobertson & Bowsell) h Queen s s nr Elgin. 
Robertson, Thomas, laborer, h s s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and 

Dalhousie. 
ROBEBTSON & BOWSELI.-, (Nahaniel Bobertson and Eli P. BowseU,) 

merchant tailors, and dealers in gents' furnishing goods, 12 Sparks. 

(See card.) 
Robichault, L. A., clerk, Le Canada office. 
Robillard, Odiie, tinsmith, N. Germain, 25 Sussex. 
Robillard, Edouard, stonecutter, h King bet Parry and Bideau. 
Robillard, Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid Baptiste) h n s St. Andrew bet Cum- 
berland and Dalhousie. 
Robinson, Hiram, bookkeeper, Hamilton Bros., h Sussex bet Church 

and bt. Andrew. 
Robinson, James G., (J. G. Bobinson & Co.,) h York cor Sussex. 
Robinson, J.G., & Co., (J.G. Bobinson and Jno. Hill,) wholesale and retail 

grocers, tea, wine and spirit merchants, 50 and 52 Bideau and 45 

Sussex. 
Robinson, John C. book-keeper, T. & W. Hunton, bds Metcalfe bet 

Queen and Sparks. 
Robitaille,L. A., clerk. Woods and Forests Branch, Dept. Crown Lands, 

h Ottawa cor King. 
Robitaille, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Queen bet Elgin and Metcalfe. 
Robitaille, Peter, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 
Rochester, James, h Biohmond Bead nr Yictovia Terrace. 
Rochester, John, sen., h Bichmond Bead. 
ROCHESTEB, JOHN, jr., proprietor Victoria brewery, Bichmond 

Boad, and tannery, Bochester street, h Bichmond Boad. (See card.) 
Rochester, William, brewer, h Bochester. 

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BoohoD, Baptiste, laborer, h e a Ohapel bet Ottawa and Parry. 

BoohoD, David, wood sawyer, h n h Parry bet Chapel aod Glouooster. 

BoohoD, Flavien, carver, h 6 8 St. Patrick near Bussex. 

Bookwood, Joseph, sawyer, J. B. Booth. 

Bocque, Arthur, bds e s Dalhousie bet Murray and St. Patrick. 

Kocquo, Joseph, blacksmith, Victoria Foncdry. 

Bocque, Louis A., cabinotmaker, has Water bot King and Nelson, 

Bocque, Peter, carpenter and joiner, h e s Dulhousie bet Murray and 
St. Patrick. 

Bocque, Patrick, laborer, h Victoria Island. 

Bodgers, Oharles, clerk, P. O. Dept., li u s Church bet King and Cum- 
berland. 

Bodney, B. B., cutter, T. & W. Huuton, hdu International Hotel. 

Boger, John C, prinil<er, Timea office. 

Bogers, Mrs., boarding house, 148 Wellington. 

Bogers, Samuel, oabinetraaker, h 274 Bidcau. 

Bogers, Samuel, laborer, with Brown. 

Boland, Michael, foreman, Jones, Haycock <&: Clarke, bds 66 Sparks. 

BoUin, Joseph, laborer, h n s Church bet King and Cumberland. 

Bollin, Maxime, carpenter, h s s Parry bet Gloucester and Chapel. 

Boney, John, stono mason, h n s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and Dal- 
housic. 

Boney, John, jr, painter, bds n s St. Andrew bet Cumberland and 
Dalhousie. 

Booney, Daniel, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 

Booney, John, laborer, Victoria Brewery. 

Booney, Wm., laborer, Perley & Pattee. 

ilOUS, JOHN, tobacco and cigars, 26^ Sparks and Elgin cor Sparks, 
h Albert near Canal. (See card.) 

BOSE, (JEOBGE S., M.D., physician and surgeon, off. and h291 Wel- 
lington bet Vittoria and Water. 

!Ro8e, Geo. Maclean, (Hunter, Bose & Co.,) h O'Connor cor Albert. 

BOSS, ALEXANDEB, attorney at law, off. 29 Elgin, h 145 Daly. 

Boss, A. N., clerk, h Meadows & Co., 35 Sussex. 

Boss, Mrs., David A., h Albert opp City Hall. 

Bose, David G. B., clerk, Accountant's Dept. Crown Lands, bds Albert 
opp City Hall. 

Boss, Duncan, stationery and fancy goods, 4 York. 

BOSS, JOHN LbB., draughtsman, Public Works Dept., h n s Stewart 
bet Cumberland aud King. 

Boss, Mathew, carter, h Nicholas bet St. Paul and Daly. 

BOSS, BODEBICK, High Bailiff, office City Hall, h n sDaly bet King 
and Nelson. 

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Ross, Thomas, aooountant, Frovinoial Secretary's office, h 61 Daly, 
McGreevey's block. 

RosH, William, mason, h cor Ohapel and Wilbrod. 

ROSS, WILLIAM A,, (Scott & Ross,) h Township of Nepean. 

Robs, W. B., English Journal olerk, Legislative Assembly, h s b Maria 
bet Bank and Kent. 

Rossicault, Norbert, laborer, h n s St. Andrew oor ])alhousie. 

Rossicault, Thcophile, carter, h ws Cumberland betCathcart and Bolton. 

RoBsineau, Theophile, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 

Rothwell, Samuel, school teacher, h n s Parry bet Nelson and King. 

Rourke, John, sawyer, J. R, Booth. 

Rourke, Michael, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 

Rourke, Thomas, laborer, h Queen cor Sherwood, L.B.F. 

Rousseau^ A., sawyer, Levi Young. • 

Routh, Alexander, watchmaker, h Cumberland nr York. 

Routh, Charles T., salesman, h Rideau, Sandy Hill. 

Routh, Edward, accountant, h George cor Cumberland. 

Routh, R., clerk, bds George oor»Cumberland. 

Routior, D., clerk. Bureau of Agriculture, bds Queen near Metcalfe. 

Rowan, Charles, grocer, 176 Clarence cor Cumberland, h 178 Clarence. 

Rowan, James H , draughtsman, Dept. Public Works, h Daly, bet Cum- 
berland and King. 

Rowan, Thomas, builder, h n s Bolton bet Cumberland and King. 

Rowat, John, builder and contractor, h Duke bet Queen and Lloyd, L.B.F. 

ROWE, AMOS, auctioneer and oommii?sion merchant, 4^ Rideau, h 40 
Rideau. 

Rowland, John, messenger. Custom House, n s King bet Rideau and 
York. 

Rowsell, Eli P., (Robertson & Rowsell) bds Queou. 

Roxborough, Thos., bookbinder, h n s Ottawa het King and Nelson. 

Roy, Amboise, carpenter, h n s Church bet Dalhousie and Suraex. 

Roy, Andre, hewer and squarer, h s s ?*■ Andrew bet Dalhousie and 
Su%sex. 

Roy, Augustin, Hotel de Quebec, s s Si. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 

Roy, Basile, clerk, Queen's Printer, h n s Murray bet Cumberland and 
King. 

Roy, Damaae, hotel-keeper, s a St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Roy, Etienne, messenger. House of Assembly, h n s Church bet Dal- 
housie and Cumberland. 

Royal, Joseph, a.ssistant French translator, Legislative Assembly, bds 
Salmon's Hotel, York. 

ROYAL CANADIAN BANK, 77 Sparks, Desbarats' block, M. P. 
Hayes, agent, Charles G^jrassett, teller. 

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ROYAL INSURANCEiCO., H. J. Friel, agent, York oor SuBsex. 
ROYAL MAIL LINE OF STEAMERS, Charles E. Bruah, 3 Rideau, 

and Dowsley & Co., P. 0. building, agents. 
Rubidge, Frederiok P., assistant engineer, Dept. Pablio Works, h 337 

Wellington. 
Russell, Alexander, clerk, Magee & Russell. 
RUSSELL, ANDREW, asst Com. Grown Lands, h n s Daly bet Kinp 

and Nelson. 
RUSSELL, A. J., Inspector of Crown timber agencies, and Crown timber 

agent for Upper Ottawa territory, off and h Queen cor Hugh. 
Russell, A. J., h Victoria Terrace, Riohmood Road. 
Russell, A. L., clerk, colonization roads branch, Dept. Crown Lands, 

bds n B Daly near King. 
Russell, David, draughtsmm, Crown Timber Office, h s of city limits, 

Township Nepoan. 
Russell, George, laborer, h e oor Cathcart Square. 
Russell, George, porter, O. & P. R., Depot. 
Russell, George R., cabinetmaker and*aealer in furniture, 33 Rideau, 

h same. 
RUSSELL HOUSE, cor Sparks and Elgin, James A. Gouin, proprietor. 

(See advertisement outside cover.) 
Russell, Henry C, upholsterer, No. 60 Rideau. 
Russell, James W., (Magee & Russell,) 74 h Daily near Cumberland. 
Russell, Jo^n, stonecutter, h Queen bet Cathcart and Fooley's Bridge. 
Russell, Robfcrt, cabinetmaker, h John near Vittoria. 
Ryan, D., housekeeper. Inspector General's office, h Eastern Block. 
Ryan, John, carpenter, h 166 Clarence. 
Ryan, Joseph, clerk, Kearns & Ryan. 
Ryan, Michael, mesfranger. Militia Dept., h Bolton bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. 
Ryan, Mrs. Catherine, h Britannia Terrace, L.B.F. 
Ryan, Nicholas, stonecutter, 1a n s Park bet King and Nelson. 
RYAN, PATRICK E., (Kearw & Ryan,) h Stewart. 
Ryan, P., clerk, Inspector Genend's office, h Eastern Block. 
RYAN, VERY REV. T. J., Superior, St. Joseph's College. 



Saborin, Louis, repairer, Moritreal Telegraph Co., 11 Metcalfe. 

Sabome, George, carpenter, Vhomas McGreevey. 

Sagneun, Aadr6, laborer, hen Dalhousie bet Bolton, Letter " 0" and 

Botler. 
Sagneun, L^andre, raftsman, h e s Dalhousie bet Botler and Bolton, 

Letter « 0." 

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Sagny, Calixte, otrpentor, has Parry, bet King and Nelson. 

Sait, Edward, olerk, Qarland, Mutohmor & Co., h Augustus nr Bidoau. 

Salmon, Henry, clerk, Fingland & Draper, 47 Sussex. 

Salter, Thomas, blacksmith, J. Smith. 

Sammon, John, waiter, Bideau Club. 

SANGER, W. U., agent, Canadian Express Co., 10 Elgin, h Metcalfe. 

Sarasin, Joseph, raftsman^^ h n s Kedpath bet Carleton and Dalhousie. 

Sargent, William, carpenter, h n s Kedpath near Dalhousie. 

Satohell, Charles, (Satohell Bros.,) h 77 Clarence. 

Satohell, Francis, (Satohell Bros.,) h 77 Clarence. 

Satohell Bros., (Charles and Francis,) butchers, 7 market building. 

Savage, John, laborer, h Bridge bet Ottawa and Queen, L.B.F. 

Savage, Samuel, h New Edinburgh. 

Savarie, John, laborer, h c s Cumberland bet Cathcart and Bolton. 

Scanlan, Michael, laborer, h Ottawa bet King and Nelson. 

Scanlan, Mrs. Ann, (wid James,) h cor Botler and Carleton. 

Soantlebnry, John, confectioner and green grocer, 248 Wellington, 

h same. 
Sceires, Antoine, cloth finisher, h n s Kedpath bet Carleton and Dal- 
housie. 
Schiller, Eusdbe, compositor, Hunter, Kose & Co. 
Schingh, Francis, clerk, J. Thompson, 55 Sussex. 
Schnider, John F., foreman, Moses Tobin, lumberer, bds o s Metcalfe 

bet Kedpath and Baird. 
Sohofield, Henry, apprentice, Dr. Oarvey. 
Schofield, Wm., deputy County Registrar, h Ashburnham or Bay bet 

Gloucester and Nepean. 
SCOTT, MRS., baker and confectioner. Sparks cor Elgin, h same. 
Scott, Allan J., olerk, Surveying Branch (West), Dept. Crown Lands, 

h Sussex opp Cathedral. , 
Scott, Charles S., culler, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
SCOTT, DAVID, clerk and accountant, o£F. Ottawa River Works, 

s 8 Middle, h same. 
Scott, David, bookkeeper, Victoria Brewery. 
Scott, Edward H., olerk, 26 Rideau, bds same. 
Scott, F. G., olerk. Inspector General's Office, h Daly cor Chapel. 
Scott, John, shoemaker, J. Valiquette. 
Scott, Mrs. Jessie, (wid John,) h n s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and 

Cumberland. 
SCOTT, RICHARD W., (Scott & Ross,) h Hull, C. E. 
Scott, William, silk weaver, h n s Metcalfe nr Ottawa River. 
SCOTT & ROSS, (Richard W. Scott and Wm. A. Ross,) barristers, 3 

Rideau. 

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rio Bank, Sparky cor Metcalfe. 

Seaborn, George, carpenter, h Stewart cor Cumberland. 

Seager, James, carpenter, h 179 Rideau. 

SEAJ^B, GEORGE, agent, Ottawa Cabinet Warehouse, 1 Rideau, bds 
Queen cor Metcalfe. (See card.) 

Sears, Antoine," fuller. New Edinburgh woollen factory. 

Seaton, William, culler, h 108 York. 

Seguin, Alexandre, harness maker, D. McMaster, h Dalhousie cor Nun- 
nery. 

S^riol, Frangois, painter, h n s Parry bet Chapel and Gloucester. 

Sernie, C6rile, raftsman, h s s Cathcart bet Cumberland and King. 

S6varie, Mrs. Louise, (wid Oliver,) bds n s St. Andrew bet Sussex and 
Dalhousie. 

Sewyer, Fabien, laborer, Levi Young. 

Seymour, Oliver, carpenter, Thomas McGreevey. 

Sharp, Charles, wheelwright, J. Smith. 

Sharp Jo3eph, junk dealer, William bet Rideau and George. 

Sharpe, James, baker, h n s Redpath near Dalhousie. 

SHAVER, JOHN I., Parliamentary purveyor. Parliament building. 
(See card.) 

Shaw, Charles, gentleman, h s s Bolton, Letter " 0," bet Carleton and 
Cumberland. 

Shaw, Richard, tailor, h s s Clarence nr King. 

Shay, C. W., accountant, Receiver General's office, h O'Connor bet 
Slater and Maria. 

Shay, John, baker, h n s Murray bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Shay, John, laborer, h n s Ottawa bet Chapel and Rideau River. 

Shea, John, cabman, h Bolton. 

Shea, Patrick, laborer, h St. Paul bet Mosgrove and Nicholas. 

Shearer, John, mason, h Wiiurod bet Gloucester and Chapel. 

Shehan, Michael, sawyer, Perley & Pattee. 

SHELDON, GEORGE A., hatter and furrier, 26 Sparks, h same. 

Sheldon, James, clerk, James Starke, 24 Rideau. 

Sheldon, R. A., clerk. W. M. Massey. 

Shelton, William, confectioner, h s s Ottawa bet Augusta and Cobourg. 

Shelton, William, laborer, h s s Bolton near Dalhousie. 

Shepherd, Martin, Captain steamboat " Alexandra,"h n s Botler bet Met- 
calfe and Dalhousie. 

Sheppard, Percival E., Customs Dept., h s s Albert bet Concession | 
Line and Richmond Road. 

Shepherd, Thos. W., clerk, Dr. Garvey, h 231 Ridoau. 

Sheridan, Charles, stonecutter, bds 96 Russex. 

ViWM, BBADLET & €ARY, 97 Gbambers Street, New York.! 
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SHERWOOD, EDWARD, County Registrar, Nicholas cor Daly, h 

Sparks near Bay. 
Sherwood, George E., clerk, Militia Dept., bds Beaver Hall, Nepean. 
Sherwood, Joseph, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 
Shirley, Robert, laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Shoolbred, Wm., (T. & W. Hunton,) h Metcalfe bet Slater and Maria. 
Shore, Thomas, harness maker, 39 Rideau. 
Shouldis, George, York Street Bakery and Grocery, 186 York cor King 

h same. 
Shouldis, Henry, retired, h 180 York near King. 
Sioard, Pier j, carpenter, has Napoleon bet King and Nelson. 
Siegmun, Henry, sawyer, A. H. Baldwin. 

Sigouin, Alexandre, saddler, h e s Dalhousie, bet St. Andrew and Bolton. 
Simmons, John, stonecutter, h w s Parry bet Murray and Nelson. , 

Simon, Eustaohe, boarding house, n s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Simpson, Benjamin S., compositor, Oitizen office, has Queen bet Met- 
calfe and Elgin. 
SIMPSON, HON. JOHN, assistant Auditor of Public Accounts, h Albert 

bet Bay and Concession line rear Christ Church. 
Siverton, Thomas, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 
SIMS, HENRY A., architect, 3 Rideau. 

Sims, Mrs. Mary, h Ashburnham or Bay bet Gloucester and Nepean. 
Sims, William, carter, h Ashbuinham or Bay bet Gloucester and Nepean. 
Sims, Robert, carriage maker, bds Gloucester bet York and Rideau. 
SINCENNES & MoNAUGHTON, forwarders, M. MoNaughton, agent, 

Canal Basin. (See Advertisement.) 
Sinclair, Donald, provincial land surveyor, h Biddy bet Bank and Kent. 
Sinclair, Duncan, provincial land surveyor, h s s Maria bet Bank and Kent, 
Sinclair, James, carpenter, h Cumberland bet Besserer and Rideau. 
Sinclair, Robert, bookkeeper, Ocean Mail Service, P. 0. Dept., h n s 

Cathcart bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Sinclair, Thomas, plasterer, h Cumberland bet Clarence and Murray. 
Sianot, James, laborer, h Gloucester cor Concession Line. 
Sinnot, Patrick, match maker, bds Ashburnham Hill. 
Sixsmith, Ed., messenger. Audit Office. 
SKEAD HON. JAMES, M.L.C., lumber manufacturer, off. Bridge 

cor Oregon, h Bridge nr Oregon. 
SKEAD, ROBERT, lumber merchant, off. and h Sparks w of Hugh. 
SKINNER, JOSEPH, « Apothecaries' Hall," 242 Wellington, h same. 

(See advertisement.) 
Skinner, S., housekeeper. Legislative Council, h east end Parliament 

building. 
Slater, James, bookkeeper, T. Isaac. 

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Wellington. 
Slattery, Miles, grocer, 68 Clarence, h same. 
Slattery, Patrick, tailor, h w s Dalhousie bet George and Rideau. 
Slattery, Wm., butcher, stall 5 market building, h 118 Clarence. 
Sleeman, George, ioreman, of sawmills, J. M. Currier & Co., h Metcalfe. 
Sleeman, Joseph, clerk, Campbell & Co., 53 Sussex. 
Sleeman, Thomas, machinist, h Duke bet Lloyd and Bridge. 
Sloane, Jas. S., clerk. Legislative Assembly, h St. Patrick near Cantin's 

grocery. 
Slocombe, flames, (Slocombe & Stevens,) English Hotel 66 and 68 Rideau. 
Slocombe & Stevens, proprietors English Hotel, 66 and 68 Rideau. 
Smale, Thomas, carpenter, h Stewart bet King and Cumberland. 
Small, James, shoemaker, J. Yaliquette. 
Small, Rev. John W., Church of England, h 312 Wellington. 
Small, Mrs. J. W., Young Ladies' Academy, 312 Wellington. 
Small, Thomas, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 

SMART, R. W., bookkeeper, Jones, Haycock & Clarke, bds Russell House. 
Smillie, Walter D. F., with British American Bank Note Co., bds 2 

SMILLTE, WILLIAM C, (British American Bank Note Co.,) h 2 
Princess Terrace. 

Smith, Edward, laborer, h s s Murray bet King and Cumberland. 

Smith, Edward T., clerk, Crown Timber office, bds w s Yittoria bet 
Wellington and John. 

Smith, Frank, laborer. New Edinburgh woolen factory. 

Smith, George, h Yittoria near Kent. 

Smith, G., messenger, Governor's office. 

Smith, H. R., clerk, Legislative Assembly, bds Buignan's Hotel, Sparks. 

Smith, James, sen., butcher, stall 4 market building, h Church. 

Smith, James, butcher, stall 6, By-ward market, h s s Church nr Cum- 
berland. 

Smith, James, watches, clocks and jewelry, 14 York h same, 

SMITH, JOHN, central carriage factory. Bank bet Albert and Slater. 

Smith, Lyman, foreman, Bronsons, Weston & Co., h n s Albert bet 
Concession Line and Richmond Road. 

Smith, Maxwell, laborer, h n s Redpath bet Dalhousie and Carleton. 

Smith, Mrs. (widow,) 112 Rideau. 

Smith, Mrs. Patrick, boarding house, 51 Rideau. 

Smith, Mrs. Wm., millinery and straw goods. Sparks cor Bank, h Bank 
bet Albert and Slater. 

Smith, Paul E., clerk, Legislative Assembly, hns St. Patrick cor 
Cumberland. 

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Smith, Patrick, attorney at law, 51 Rideau, h same. 

Smith, Robert, butcher, 16 mkt building, has Church cor Cumberland. 

Smith, Wm., blacksmith, h Bank. 

Smith, Wm., clerk, h Gloucester cor Kent 

Smith, Wm., laborer, Chas. Garth. 

Smith, Wm., laborer, bds n s Redpath bet Dalhousie and Carleton. 

Smith, W; A. D., wood turner, Cumberland bet Rideau and Besserer, h 

Besserer cor Cumberland. 
I Smith, W. G., bookkeper, Canada Gazette ofl5ce, h Bolton cor Dalhousie. 

Smith, William H., salesman, James Hope & Co,, bds Gloucester, Ash- 

burnham Hill. 
I Saaith, Robert, stonemason, h e s King bet Bolton and Cathcart. 

Snooks, William, has Dalhousie bet Bolton, Letter " O" and Botler. 

Sobie, Lamarte, laborer, J. R. Booth. 

Solier, Fabien, sawyer, Levi Young. 

Solier, John, slide care-taker, h Middle, Victoria Island. 

Solsenstien, Felix, harness-maker, 89 Rideau. 

Soper, A. W., lumber merchant, h Bridge bet Queen and Oregon, L.B.F. 

Soriel, Joseph, painter, R. Cummings. 
ISoyer, William, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 
[Sparks, Alexander, builder and contractor, h s s Maria bet Bank and 

Kent. 

ISparks, George, laborer, h s s Sparks near Bay. 
ISparks, Hugh, sawyer, A. H. Baldwin, h Hull, C. Ei 
ISparks, Mrs., has Sparks bet Sally and Bay. 
ISparks, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Sparks, s s near Christ Churchy 
ISparks, Nicholas, student-at law, Fellowes & Radenhurst. 
ISPARKS, NICHOLAS, off. and h Sparks bet Sally and Bay. 



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Sussex cor Murray, h 162 Rideau near King. 
Sparrow, Martin, clerk, 83 Sussex. 
|SPENCE, REV. DR. ALEX., (Church of Scotland,) pastor St. 

Andrew's Church, h Sparks cor Kent. 
[Spence, Edward, ostler, Rideau Hall. 
Spenoe, Henry, plumber, steam and gas fitter, h n s Metcalfe opp 

Railway Depot. 
SPENCER, E., photographic artist, 24 Sparks, h Slater nr Metcalfe. 

(See card.) 

Spencer, Edward, laborer, h n s Bolton bet King and Cumberland. 
Spink, William, clerk of Routine and Records, Legislative Assembly, 

bds cor Metcalfe and Queen. 
Spittal, Robert, carpenter, h 20 Daly. 
Bpragge, William, Deputy Supt. Indian affairs, bds at Graham's, Vittoria. 



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Sproule, Mrs. Jane, h Sparks cor Wellington Square. 

SPBOULE, THOMAS, Deputy City Registrar, 22 Metcalfe, h George, 
L.B.F. 

St. Amand, Charles, sawyer, William Taylor. 

St. Amand, Joseph, sawyer, W. Taylor. 

St. Amand, Jules, laborer, h n s Ottawa bet Nelson and Gloucester. 

St. Amand, Jule, laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

St. Amour, Charles, sawyer, h Montreal, L.B.F. 

St. Andr4, Charles, carpenter, h n s Bolton bet Cumberland and King. 

St. Aubin, Delphioe, laborer, h n s St. Patrick bet Cumberland and 
Dalhousie. 

St. George, Joachim, mason, h s s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Cum- 
berland. 

St. George, Joseph, stone mason, h n s Ottawa opp Nelson. 

St. George, Richard, printer, bds n s Bolton, Letter " 0" bet Carleton 
and Cumberland. 

St. George, Wm. H., printer, Ottawa Times, bdsns Bolton, Letter "0" 
bet Carleton and Cumberland. 

St. George, William O., h n s Bolton, Letter " 0" bet Carleton and 
Cumberhad. 

St. Hill, P., chief office keeper. Eastern Block and Governor General's 
office, h Eastern Block. 

ST. JACQUES, CHARLES P.. bookkeeper, Russell House. 

St. Jacques, Edward, tinsmith^ Bsmonde Bros., h Cathcart. 

St. Jacques, Hilaire, h n s Tjt. Andrew bet Cumberland and Dalhousie. 

St. Jacques, Michel, carpenter, h n s Church bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 

St. Jacques, Toussaint, laborer, h s s Bolton, Letter " 0," near Metcalfe. 

St. Jacques, Xavier, carter, h n s St. Andrew bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 

St. Jean, Cyrile, raftsman, h n s Churn^ bet King and Cumberland. 

St. Jean, Joseph, c.irter, h s s St. Andrew biet Cumberland and King. 

ST. JEAN, PIERRE, physician, h s s St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dal- 
housie. 

St. Jean, Sylvin, carpenter, h s s Water bet King and Rideau River. 

St. Julien, Edouard, laborer, h s s Murray, bet Cumberland and King. 

St. Jules, Ptanislas, cabinetmaker, h n s Ottawa bet Gloucester and Chapel. 

St. Louis, Louis, raftsman, h n s Church bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

St. Pierre, Adolphe, hotel keeper n s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

St. Thomas, Andr6, laborer, h n s Murray bet Chapel and Gloucester. 

St. Thomas, Joseph, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 

St. Thomas, Louis, blacksmith, h n s Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Stacey, Edward, mesaeager, Legislative Assembly, h Britannia Terrace, 
L B. F. 

Stacey, John 3., librarian, Mechanics' Institute, h 188 Clarence. 

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Stampa, Walter, bookbiDder, Queen's Printer, h cor Maria and Bank. 

STANDARD (formerly COLONIAL) LIFE ASSURANCE CO. of 
Edinburgh, Uenry G-rist, agent, Sussex 2 doors north of York. 

Staaeus, John, laborer, h Nicholas bet St. Paul and Daly. 

Stanhopa, Mrs. Catharine, h Bank bet Maria and Biddy. 

STANLEY, ROBERT, proprietor Carleion Hotel, 186 and 188 Wel- 
lington bet Bank and Kent. 

Stansfeld, Joshua, assistant acoountant and bookkeeper. Legislative As- 
sembly. * 

Stansfeld, Louis, hotel keeper, n s Murray, bet Dalhousie and Cumber- 
land. 

Stanton, J. B., Warrant Clerk, Receiver General's office, h foot of Sussex 
w B cor Cathcart. 

Stapledon, John S., contnxtor, bds w s Gloucester bet Rideau and Parry. 

STAPLEDON, PHILIP, builder and contractor, ws Gloucester bet 
Rideau and Parry. 

STARKE, JAMES, importer and dealer in hardware, agricultural im- 
plements, paints, oils, glass, &o., 24 Rideau, bds Mathew's Hotel. 

Starmer, Thomas, boot and sboo manufacturer, shop and h 126 Rideau. 

Stay, E., 'sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

Starrs, Michael, hotel keeper, 20 Clarence bet Sussex and By Ward 
market. 

Steokel, R., draughtsman. Departmental Buildings, bds Hotel du Ca- 
nada (old College.) 

Steele, Felix, messenger, Bank of Montreal, h Kent nr Wellington. 

Steele, Henry E. clerk, Provincial Secretary's office, has Queen bet 
Metcalfe and O'Connor. 

Steen, James, carpenter, h Vittoria nr Kent. 

Steers, William, clerk. Woods and Forests Branch, Dept. (Jrown Lands, 
bds Beaver Hall, Township Nepean. 

STENT, THOMAS, architect; h Middle, Victoria Island. 

Stephens, Alfred J., clerk, F. G. Crosby, bds Mathews' Hotel. 

Stephens, Robert W., h Albert bet O'Connor and Bank. 

Stevens, Richard, (Slocombe & Stevens,) English Hotel. 

STEVENSON, MATHEW S , gentleman, h New Edinburgh. 

Stevenson, Mrs., 148 Clarence. 

STEWART, JAMES DOUGLAS, M.D., physician, surgeon, oculist 
and aurist, 15 Rideau, entrance Little Sussex. (See card.) 

Stewart, James C, boyk-keeper, h Cumberland cor Rideau. 

Stewart, J. C, clerk, Secretary's branch, P. 0. D,ept.,hs s Maria bet 
Bank and Hugh. 

Stewart, J. A., acct.. Bank of Montreal, branch at Ottawa, h cor Vittoria 
and John. 

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Stewart, John, clerk, 14 Rideau. 

Stewart, Johii, carpenter, h n s Bideau bet Augusta and Cobourg. 

Stewart, Mrs. Margaret, h Cathoart oor Ottawa, L.B.F. 

STEWART, ROBERT, builder and oontractor, h 18 Augusta. 

STEWART, 0. E. & CO., proprietors daily (evening) and weekly Post, 

office Metcalfe, two doors south of Sparks. (See advertisement.) 
STIFF, PHIL. S. (Stiff & Gregory), bds Salmon's Hotel, York. 
STIFF & GREGORY, (Phil. S. Stiff and Charles A. Gregory,) Pho- 

tographic artists, 56 Sparks. (See card.) 
STIRLING, GEORGE, manufacturer of ales, old steamboat landing, 

foot of Locks. 
c>tirilng William, laborer, h n s Bolton, Letter ''0" bet Carleton and 

Cumberland. 
fc'f'rUng, William, maltster, Stirling's brewery. 
K' OCKDALE, JOHN, livery and sale stables, Queen, rear of Russell 

House, bds Mathews' Hotel. (See card.) 
Stockdale, Richard, (W. Stockdale & Bro.,) bds Union House. 
Stockdale, Wm. (W. Stockdale & Bro.), h St. Paul. 
b' .: "^KDALE, W. & BRO. (William and Richard Stookdal(>}, carriage 

and sleigh makers, 99, 101 and 103 Rideau. 
Stopellben, Joseph, compositor. Hunter, Rose & Co., h Vittoria. 
Storr, Ed., asst. door-keeper. Leg. Assembly, h Metcalfe nr R. W. Depot. 
STORY, GEORGE, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, 

&c., 55 Clarenoe cor Market Square. 
Story, John, turner, George Newell. 
Story, Thomas, manager, Wm. Grier, 59 Sussex, h same. 
Stoughton, H. G., (Dowsley & Cf".), n s Besserer bet Cumberland and 

King. 
Strachan, James, plain and ornamental plasterer, h Maria bet Nelson 

and Edward. 
Strathy, B. W., asst, teller, Branch Bank of Montreal, bds cor Sussex 

and Clarence. 
Street, Mri. Mary, boarding house, 52 Suasex. 
Strong, Rev. Dr., Church of England, bds O'Connor. 
Stuart, H. B., English writing clerk, Leg!jlative Assembly, bds Hamil- 
ton's Hotel. 
Stuart, James, carriage mak . h v . Dalhousie bet Rideau and George, 
Stuart, John, assistant clerk, Crown Law offi ^, (west), bds at Mrs, 

Brown's foot of Sussex. 
Stuart, John, stonecutter, h w s Dalhousie bet Rideau and George. 
Stuart, Wm., mason, h Bank bet Maria and Biddy. 
Sullivan, Jeremiah, h n s Murr. •_, bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

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Sullivan, John, fancy goods and jewellery, e s William bet York and 

George, h same. 
Sullivan, John, h n s Sfc. Patrick cor King. 
Sullivan, John, h s s Clarence bet Cumberland and King. 
Sullivan, John, laborer, h n s Bolton, Letter " 0," bet Metcalfe and 

Dalhousie. 
Sullivan, Joseph, raftsman, h s s Cathnart bet Cumberland and King. 
Sullivan, Patrick, grocer, 90 Clarence, h aawe. 

Surtees, Eobert, C E., and manager McKay Estate, hNew Edinburgh. 
SUTHERLAND, GEORGE S., watches, clocks, and jewelry, 63 Rideau. 
SUTHKRLAND, JAMES, bds Russell House. 
SUTHERLAND, WM., merchant tailor, 61 Rideau h same. 
Sutton, George, clerk, James Buchanan. 
SUTTON, JAS. T., agent, Ottawa River Navigation Co., Queen's 

Wharf, h cor Metcalfe and Queen. 
SUTTON, MRS., boarding house, 30 Metcalfe cor Queen. 
Swalwell, Anthony, sen, provincial land surveyor, bds 75 York. 
8WALWELL, ANTHONY, jr, cabinetmaker and undertaker, 85 

Sparks, h 75 York near market. 
Swan, Mrs. Ellen, h Vittoria near Kent. 

Sweatman, Miss R., dressmaker, Queen bet Poolcy's Bridge uud Cathcart. 
Sweatman, William, tailor, h Queen bet Poolcy's Bridge and Cathcart. 
Sweeney, Thomas, plasterer, h Bank bet Sparks and Queen. 
Sweetman, J., dyer and scourer, h Kent bet Wellington and Victoria. 
Sweet, Thomas, blacksmith, George. 

SWEETLAND, JOHN, M.D., off. and h Rideau cor Mosgrove, 
Swinburn, Christopher, shoemaker, h 120 Rideau. 
Switzer, Miss, millinery and straw goods, 281 Wellington, bet Vittoria 

and Water. 
Switzer, Robert, flour and feed store, 281 Wellington bet Victoria and 

Wp*er. 
Sylvester, Moisc, cabinet-maker, bds Beaver Hotel. 
Symons, John, stone-outter, Thomas McGreevey. 



Taeger, Christian, b )ot and shoemaker, D<>.lhcusie bet Rideau and George, 

h same. 
Taoh6, Charles, Civil Service clerk, h « s Clarence bet Cumberland and 

Dalhousie. 
Tach6, E. E., surveyor an«l draughtsmw*, Hurveyor General, (East) 

Dept. Crown Lands, h cor Maria and H&y. 
TACHE, DR. J. C, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, h Claienoe, 

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Taillefer, AugnstiD, laborer, has Water near King. 

Taillefer, Louis, water carter, has Bolton bet CumberlaDd and King. 

Taillon, George, student-at-Iaw, oor York and Sussex. 

Tallon, Thomas, laborer, h n a Murray bet King and Cumberland. 

Tambeau, Paul, b n a Church bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Tanswell, George, laborer, h e b King bet Botler and Bolton, Letter " 0." 

Tarbutt, I. C, clerk, U. C salea branch, Dept. Ciown Lands, h Cath- 

cart bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Ta8s6, Baptiate, «iaddler, has Parry bet Nelson and Gloucester. 
Taasd, Emanuel, clerk, Kearoa & Byan. 

Tasse, Louis, school-teacher, h w s Dalhousie bet Clarence and Murray. 
Tassie, B., Government clerk, branch Lank of Montreal, bds cor Queen 

and Metcalfe. 
Taylor, Alerander, Union Hotel, 84 Clarence. 
Taylor, Alexander H., clerk, 0. & P. R., Station, h n s Besserer bet 

King and Cumberland. 
Taylor, A. G. D., junior clerk, Leg. Assembly, h Wilbrod cor Gloucester. 
Taylor, Arthur J., clerk, U. C. Salea Branch, Dept. Crown Lands, h 

Township Gloucester. 
Taylor, C. W., assistant accountant, Legislative Council. 
TAYLOR, FENNINGS, Deputy and Assistant Clerk, Master in Chan- 
cery, and acting chief office clerk, Leg, Council, east end Parliament 

Building. 
Taylor, Frederick, painter, h 150 York. 

Taylor, George, (Painter & Taylor) h Stewart near Cumberland. 
Tayior, George, laborer, J. R Booth. 
TAYLOR, I. B., proprietor daily and weekly Citizen, office 21 J Rideau, 

h 143 Daly. 
Taylor, James, joiner, h w s Carleton bet Redpath and Baird. 
Taylor, James, sawyer, J, R. Booth. 
TAYLOR, J. FENNINGS, Clerk of Legislative Council, Master in 

Chancery, Cashier and Accountant, h Daly. 
TAYLOR, JAS. M., atation agent, 0. & P. R., oflP at Station, h 177 

Rideau. ^ 
Taylor, Wm., aaw mills, carding and fulling mills, &c., Montreal, L.B.F. 

h same. 
Teiffie, Mrs. Hanora, (widow Michael,) h a s St. Andrew, bet Dalhousie 

and Cumberland. 
Temple, Robert H,, clerk, Registrar's office, Dept. Crown Lands, h oor 

George and Cumberland. 
Tepke, Augustus, glass silverer, h n a Botler bet Dalhousie and Carleton. 
Terrence, John, butcher, 1 mkt. ouilding, h n a Bolton, bet Dalhousie 

and Cumberland. • 

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Tessier, Antoino, laborer, h s s St. Andrew bet Dftlhoiuie and Sisseex. 

Tessier, Antoine, sawyer, J. M. Currier & Co. 

Tessier, Mrs. Sophie, (wid Pierre), has St. Patrick bet Cumberland 

and King. 
Tessier, Victor, clerk of French tfournals, Legislative Council. 
Tetu, E., clerk, Bureau of Agriculture, bds Queen bet Metcalfe and 

O'Connor. 
Tctu, J. n., clerk. Provincial Secretary's office, bds Hamilton's Hotel. 
Tetc, N., clerk, Le Canada office, bds Hamilton's Hotel, 
Tetu, Sabin, clerk, Provincial Secretary's office, E. S., bds Hamilton's 

Hotel. 
Thaokery, Robert, oarpoutcj:, h n s Cathcart bet Susaex and Dalhousie. 
Thibeauit, Geo., compositor, " Queen's Printer." 
Thibeault, Joseph, laborer, J. R. Booth. 

Thibeauit, Joseph, hewer, h s s St. Andrew, bet King and Cumberland. 
Thibeault, O., compositor, Queen's Printer. 
Thimens, William, sausage-maker, 100 Clarence, h same. 
Thistle, Wm. B,., (Thistle & Baldwin,) 22 Metcalfe. 
THISTLE & BALDWIN, (W. R. Thistle and F. A. Baldwin,) Pro- 
vincial land surveyors and land agents, 22 Metcalfe cor Sparks. 
Thomas, Edward, secretary. Commissioner Crown Lands. 
THOMAS, CHAS. J., general agent, h Government Hill. 
THOMAS, C. T., builder and contractor, Wellington, uear Elgin. 
Thomas, David, laborer, h Gloucester bet Daly and Stewart. 
THOMPSON, JAMES, dry goods, groceries, crockery, &c., 55 Sussex, 

h same. 
THOMPSON, JOHN, dry goods, groceries, crockery, liquors, 27 Rideau; 
Thompson, Philip, retired, h Albert but Bay and Sally. 
THOMPSON, THOS. W., attoroey-at-law, off e s Nicholas bet Rideau 

and St. Paul, h cor Slater and Elgin. 
Thompson, Wm., tanner, h Edward near Maria. 
THOMPSON, W. H., City Chamberlain, off City Hall, h Slater cor 

Elgin. 
Thomson, James S., clerk, Fisheries Branch, Dept. Crown Lands, bds 

Salmon's Hotel, York. 
THORBURN, JOHN, M. A., Principal Ottawa Grammar School, h 

Daly bet Nelson and Gloucester. 
Thornton, Andrew, maltster, Victoria Brewery. 
Thornton, William, carpenter, Thos McGreevey. 
Thorpe, Francis L., clerk, Angus & Huckell, h Market Square. 
Thorpe, John W., dealer in flour and grain, n s Church bet Dalbousie 

and Sussex, h same. 
Thorpe, Mrs. h Wellington Square opp Market building. 

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Thorpe, Thomas, laborer, h St. Paul bet Little Sussex and Nioholaa. 

Tiernaa, Mrs. Ann, h Sherwood, bet Qaeen und Oregon, L.B.F. 

Tiernan, Mrs. Hanora, h Kinp; ^ etBideau and Parry. 

Tierney, William, clork, 44 B,i( lu. 

Timbers, William, shoemaker, I >. MoQuade. 

Timmings, James, drayman, Victoria Brewery. 

Tims, Thomas D., book-keeper. Audit office, h Victoria Terrace, Eich- 

mond Road. 
TIMS, FRANK D., book-keeper, Hon James Skead, h Queen bet 

Fooley's Bridge and Cathcart, 
Tobin, James, laborer, h Centre. 
Tobin, Moeen E., lumber merchant, off and h n s George bet William 

and Dalhousio. 
Todd, Alfred, chief clerk of Private Bills, Legislative Assembly, h 

Vittoria opp John. 
TODD, ALPHEUS, librarian. Parliamentary library, h Hull, C. E. 
Tolmie, John, clerk. Detail Branch U. G. Sales, Dept. Crown Lands, 

bda 71 Sussex. 
Tombs, Frederick, carpenter, Power & Son. 
Tomlinson, W., teller, Ottawa Branch Bank of B. N. A., 140 Wei- 

liogton, bds Sparks. 
Toomy, William, laoorer, h 58 York. 

TORONTO HOUSE, 71 Sparks, Mrs. M. A. Trotter, proprietress. 
Torrance, David, shoemaker, h n s Besserer bet King and Nelson. 
Torrance, John A,, Secretary Finance Dept., Eastern Block. 
Touohette, Leandre, clerk, 96 Sussex, bds same. 
Touhey, Daniel, laborer, h. Biddy. 
Touhey, Mrs. Elizabeth, liot» i. Little Sussex. 
Toaiangeau, J. Flavien, pxintiit, Queen's Printer, h s s St. Patrick be 

Dalhousie sod SngweK. 
Tourangeau, O., compositor, Queen's Printer. 
Townscnd, Charles, whoelright, cor George and Pooley's Bridge. 
Townsend, Harry, actor, bds 112 Tvellington. 
Townsend, John, wheelwright, John. 
TOWNSEND JOHN, lessee and manager, Her Majesty's Theatre, h 

112 and 114 Wellington. (See advertisement.) 
Toy, Charles, laborer, Augusta bet Rideau and Franklin. 
Toy, Joseph, laborer, h Cumberland bet York and Rideau. 
TRACY, JAMES, watches, clocks and je vtJry, 19 Rideau, h s sDaly 

near Gloucenter. (See card.) 
Tracy, Wm. H., watchmaker, h n s Stewart bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Trainor, Daniel, laborer, h Centre. 
TRAUNWIESER, F., manufacturing jeweler, 14 Elgin opp P. O. 

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TRAVELj.EttS' INSURANCE CO , (Hartford) J. T. & W. Fennock, 

af'ento, office 19| Sparks. 
Travel jr, Thomas, tcamstor, Porley & Patteo. 
Traversy, Ephraiai, shoomftker, h s s St. Patrick bet Cumberland and 

J^alhousio. 
TRaVERSY, TSIDOKR, L., dry goods, groceries, &c., 82 Sussex, h 

128 11 a York bet Ouinborl&nd and Dalhousio. 
Traversy, Toussaint, has Ottawa bet Gloucester and (Uiiipol. 
Trayler, Alfred, builder and contractor, Besserer cor Nelsou, h 235 

Ridcau. 
Tremblay, Michael J., student-nt-law, Lewis, Piuhey & Ward, and 

secretary P(tlioo CommissionerH. bds Gloucester Township. 
Trembl<) Antoiue, carpenter, U o s King near Napoleon. 
TrioUe, Cyprien, h Cumberland bet Murray and St. Patrick 
TROTTER, MRS. M. A., proprietress Toronto Mouse, 71 «p 
Trudean, Alexis, carpenter, h Park bet King and Nelson. 
TRUDEAU, TbUSSAINT, Deputy Commissioner of Public ,Vork.s. 

h s B Stewart bet Cumberland and King. 
True"! el, F., pressman. Queen's Printer. 
Trudel, Th6ophile, prcrtsman. Hunter, Rose & Co., h Murray. 
Trudel, Mrs. Mary, (widow Pierre,) h n a Bolton, Letter " O" bet 

Metcalfo aud Dalhousie. 
Tubman, Thomas, school toncher, h n s Oathcartbet Sussex & Dalhousie. 
Tuck, Samuel A., soap and candle manufacturer, ' R,aby & Tuck), shop 

e s Dalhouoit bet Cathoart and Bolton, Letter •' 0." 
Tuppor, James M.,, h w s Dalhousie bet Olarenoo and Murray. 
Turcotte, Ambroise, laborer, h No. 3 Barrett's Rov, Redpath. 
Turootte, Honor, raftsman, has Murray, bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Turcotte, J. E., clerk, Secretary'n Branch, P. 0. Department, bds 

Metcalfe cor Queen. 
Turgeon, Charles, clerk, James Buchanan. 
Turgcou, George, bds Mosgrove nr Canal Basin. 
Turgeon, Ed., laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Turgeon, Jule, Laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 
Turgeon, Joseph, messenger, Legislative Assembly, h St. Patrick cor 

Dalhoufie. 
Turgeon, Joseph B., License Inspector and General Agent, office 118;^^ 

Rideau, h Mosgrove bet St. Paul and Canal Basin. 
Turgeon, J. B., laborer, Porley & Pattee. 
Turner, Iroderiok, photographer, with E. Spencer. 
Turner, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth, h 171 Rideau. 
Turpin, Louis, laborer, h Oregon bet Sherwood and Broad. 
Tuttle, Quartus, bookkeeper, D. Moore, 67 York, bds same. 

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Tye, John, mason, h Augusta bet Rideau and Franklin. 

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Uneau, Alphonse, raftsman, li n s Church bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
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Yalado, Frangois X., physician, h and off. s s St. Patrick bet Sussex 
and Dalhousie. 

Valade, Joseph, laborer, h n s Ottawa opp Chapel. 

Valade, Pierre, laborer, h n s Parry bet Chapel and Gloucester. 

Valiquette, Alphonse, tanner, J. Bochester, jr. 

Yaliquette, Baptiste, laborer, h s s Parry bet Gloucester and Chapel. 

Valiquette, F. X., assistant messenger, Provincial Registrar's office, h 
Murray, opp Cathedral. 

Valiquette, G. G., tinsmith, 55 York. 

Valiquette, Joachim, jr, baker, h s s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Cum- 
berland. 

Valiquette, Joachim, baker, h s s St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Cum- 
berland. 

Valiquette, Joseph, boot and shoemaker, 39 Sussex, h same. 

Valiquette, Joseph, tinsmith, N. Germain, h St. Patrick. 

Valiquette, Maxime, chief messenger and office-keeper, Provincial Regis- 
trar's office, h Murray opp Cathedral. 

Valiquette, Peter, clerk, Hotel du Canada, (late old College) Sussex. 

VALIQUETTE, P. R., general grocer, 47 York, h s s St. Patrick bet 
Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Valiquette, T. pressman, Queen's Printer. 

Valleau, C. G., carpenter, h Metcalfe cor Queen. 

Vallee, Peter, sawyer, A. H. Baldwin. 

Vallerand, Flavien, clerk, Executive Council office, h 40 e s Metcalfe 
bet Queen and Albert. 

Vallerand, Victor, clerk, Garland, Mutchmor & Co. 

VAN CORTLANDT, E., M.D., coroner and consulting physician to 
the Protestant Hospital, off. and h 294 Wellington. 

VanFelson, George, clerk, Woods and Forests Branch, Dept. Crown 
Lands, h e s Cumberland opp George. 

VanKoughnet, L., chief clerk, office of Indian Affairs, bds Carroirs, 
Metcalfe. 

Vannier, Bazil, baker, h n s Cathcart near Rideau River. 

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VANSITTART, JOHN a., secretary, Railway Commissioners, h Glou- 
cester. 

Varin, Gt. A., clerk, Jesuits' Estate and Crown Domain branch, Bept. 
Orown Lands, bds cor Metcalfe and Queen. 

Varin, Mrs. Margaret, (wid Eusdl)e), 2 Clarence. 

Vandette, Isidore, laborer, li n s St. Patrick bet Cumberland and Dal- 
housio. 

Vaudette, Isidore, laborer, h n s Ottawa opp Chapel. 

Vaudette, Joseph, laborer, h Middle, Victoria Island. 

Vaughan, James, laborer, h Little Sussex. 

VAUGHAN, JOSEPH J. (J. J. Vaughan & Co.,) h 190 Wellington, 

VAUGHAN, J. J. & CO. (Joseph J. Vaughan and John Hugill), 
manufacturers of all kinds of furniture, and manufacturers of 
folding spring mattresses, 190 Wellington. 

Vauz, Thomas, accountant. Legislative Assembly, bds 34 Sparks. 

Venne, A., book-binder. Queen's Printer. 

Verdant, Bazil, water carter, h s s Cathcart bet Dalhousie and Cum- 
berland. 

Verret, George, clerk, Dept. Public Works, h Augusta bet Bideau and 
Franklin. 

Vicars, Robert, clerk, Robinson & Co., h 144 York. 

VICTORIA HOTEL, John Mclntyre, proprietor, cor St. Paul & Mos- 
grove. 

Vienno, Miohaud Jos , compositor, Queen's Printer. 

Villandry, Mazime, raftsman, h n s Bolton bet Dalhousie & Cumberland. 

Villeneuve, Henry, laborer, Perkins' foundry. 

Villeneuve, Isaac, sawyer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

Villeneuve, Joseph, laborer, h Water bet King and Rideau River. 

Villeneuve, Joseph, teamster, J. M. Currier & Co. 

Villeneuve, Thomas, raftsman, h n s Church bet Dalhousie and Cum- 
berland. 

Vincent, Olivier, library messenger. Parliamentary library, h Church 
bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Viverais, Mrs. Victorine, h Victoria nr John. 

Vondette, Joseph, laborer, Bronsons, Weston & Co. 

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Sparks and Metcalfe. 
Wadsworth, James, retired, h n s Ottawa nr Rideau River. 
Wager, Mrs. Susan, (widow John,) h w s Dalhousie bet Rideau and 

George. 

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Wagoner, B. A., New Edinburgh flour mills. 

Waggoner, S. H., miller, New Edinburgh flour mills. 

Waite, Henry, laborer, h St. Paul bet Little Sussex and Nicholas. 

Wakely, Daniel, blacksmith, h Nicholas bet Stewart and Wilbrod.' 

Wakely, James, cabinetmaker, h s s George , bet Dalhousie and Oum< 

land. 
Waloot, Charles T., accountant^ Indian Department, h s s Slater bet 

Metcalfe and O'Connor. 
Waldon, Mrs. Amelia, h Theodore nr Nicholas. 
Wales, Wm., builder and contractor, h n s Besserer bet Ottawa and 

Cumberland. 
Walker, George, salesman, J. Offord, h Maria nr O'Connor. 
Walker, George, shoe store, h s s Maria bet O'Connor and Bank. 
Walker, Isaac, (Whiteside & Walker,) 65 Rideau. 
Walker, Wm., h 139 Daly. 
Walker, Wm., stonecutter, h cor Queen and Bank. 
WALKER, W. H., attorney-at-law, 3 Bideau, h 280 nsBideaubet 

Gloucester and Chapel. 
Wall, John, laborer, h w s Cumberland bet Bolton and St. Andrew. 
WALL, WILLIAM, dealer in groceries, provisions, wines, liquors, &o., 

73 Bideau cor Nicholas, h same. 
Wallace, Martin, lock laborer, b n s St. Andrew bet King& Cumberland, 
Wallace, Peter, lock laborer, u a St. Andrew, bet King and Cumberland. 
WALLEB, BICHABD, compositor. Hunter, Bose & Co., h MetoJfe, 

L. r., bet Baird and McKay. 
WALLEB, WILJjIAM H., reporter, h ns Cathcart bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. 
Wallingford, George, butcher, market building. 
Walls, John, messenger, Customs Dept., h Stewart bet Cumberland and 

Ottawa. 
Walsh, James, clerk, Dept. Public Works, ' i Murray nr Dalhousie. 
Walsh, James, porter, Bussell House. 
Walsh, John, clerk. Legislative Council. 
Walsh, Michael, messenger, Public Works, h Murray bet Dalhousie and 

Cumberland. 
Walters, John, axe-maker, S. Wa^ihburn. 
Walton, Festus, painter, h 246 Bideau. 
Walton, Festus, merchant tailor, 41^ Sparks, h Sandy Hill. 
WALTON, G. A;, agent Wheeler & Wilson's sewing machines, off 37 

Sparks, h s s Maria bet O'Connor and Bank. 
Ward, J. W. W., (^Lewis, Pinhey & Ward,) 15 Elgin. 
Ward, Joseph, architect, 4 Princess Terrace. 
Wardle, Abraham, contractor, h 163 Wellington. 

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Warden, Matbew, (0. Wardell & Go.,) h 36 Sussex. 

Wardell, 0. & Co., auctioneers and oommission merchants, 86 Sussex. 

Wardrope, Robert, engineer, 0. & P. B., h s s Bolton, Letter '' 0" bet 

Garleton and Cumberland. 
WARDROPE, REV. THOMAS, Free Church, h Stewart bet Cum- 

berland and King. 
Wamock, James, Metropolitan Bakery, has Murray bet Dalhonsie and 

Cumberland. 
Warren, Mis. Eliza, h Kent bet Yittoria and Wellington. 
Warren, Thomas, mason, h s s Parry bet King and Nelson. 
Washburn, Albert S., student, Lees & Gemmell. 
WASHBURN, SEXTON, manufacturer of axes and edge tools, Head, 

Chaudidre Island, h Hull, C. E. 
Watchorn, John, cabinetmaker, has Albert bet Concession line and 

Richmond Road. 
Waterhouse, Israel, laborer, h Duke bet Queen and Lloyd. 
WATERS, DAVID, grocer, cor St. Patrick and Dalhousie, h same. (See 

card.) 
Waters, William, laborer, h w s Cumberland bet St. Andrew and Bolton. 
Watcrson, Charles, laborei^h Theodore nr Nicholas. 
Waterson, Wm., carpenter, J. M. Currier & Co. 
Waterstone, James, tinsmith, H. Meadows & Co., 35 Sussex. 
Watkins, John, employee, James Buchanan, h s 8 Bolton bet Dalhousie 

and Cumberland. 
WATSON ISAAC, editor, bds Queen. 
Watson, Thomas, laborer, h s s Queen bet Hugh and Sally. 
WATSON, THOMAS, sherif s Bailiff, h Queen bet Sally and Hugh. 
Watson, William; sawyer, h Sherwood cor Ottawa, L.B.F. 
Watt, David, carter, h King cor McTaggart. 
Watts, James, blacksmith, Oreo. White. 

Watts, Thomas, notary public and conveyancer, off. and h 166 York. 
Watts, Thomas, cabinetmaker, Q. R. Russell. 
Weatherley, H. S., clerk in charge of Stamp Branch, P. 0. Dept., h 

Victoria Terrace, Richmond Road. 
Weaver, Felix, carter, h Vittoria. 

Weaver, George, plasterer, h Nelson bet Parry and Rideau. 
Webb, Henry F., compositor, Hunter, Rose & Co. 
Webb, Wm. R., h Bridge near Queen. 
WEBSTER, JOHN & ROBERT, builders and contractors, Ottawa cor 

Stewart. 
Webster, Robert, (John and Robert Webster,) h w s Ottawa bet Daly 

and Stewart. 
Webster, William, h Otta.ira bet Daly and Stewart. 

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Wegar, Sidney, laborer, h 244 Bideau. 

Weir, Andrew, laborer, h Glonoester bet Percy and Concession Line. 

Welch, David, printer, h Gloucester bet Bideau and Parry. 

Welch, David, laborer, h 150 Clarence. 

Welch, John, plasterer, bds s s Murray, bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 

Welch, Mrs. Catherine, (wid Patrick,) h s s Bedpath bet Carleton and 

Dalhousie. 
Welch, Mrs. Mary, (wid Michael,) h s s St. Andrew bet King and 

Cumberland. 
Welch, Michael, provision store, Nicholas, bet Bideau and St. Paul. 
Welch, Michael, messenger, Dept. Public Works, h s s Murray cor 

Dalhousie. 
Welch, William, moulder, Perkins' Foundry. 
WELCH, W. W., accountant, Edward Burstall, bds Bussell House. 
Wellingford, George, h n s Church bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Wellsman, Charles, baker, h King bet Ottawa and Parry. 
Wensley, Thomas, compositor. Citizen office, h Bideau. 
WESTEBN FIBE, LIFE & MABINE INS. CO. of England, Henry 

Grist, agent, 53 Sussex, 2 doors north of York. 
Westman, Edward, carpenter, Thos. McGrel^ey. 
Westman, Elijah, carpenter, h s s Besserer bet King and Cumberland. 
WESTON, ABU AH, (Bronsons, Weston & Co.,) res Painted Post, 

Steuben Co., New York. 
Westwick, Thomas, clerk, Albion Hotel. 
Wheatley, Bobert, shoemaker, h s s Church cor King. 
WHEELBB & WILSON'S sewing machine agency, G. A. Walton 

agent, 87 Sparks. 
Whelan, Mrs. Bridget, (wid Thomas,) h n s Ottawa bet Chapel and 

Bideau Biver. 
Whelan, Denis, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 44 Bideau, h same. 
Whelan, Mrs. (widow Michael,) h n s Baird bet Metcalfe and Carleton. 
Whelan, Lawrence, laborer, h s s St. Patrick bet King and Cumber- 
land. 
Whilkos, Miss, milliner, 49 York. 
Whitoher, W. F., head of Fisheries Branch, Dept. Crown Lands, h 39 

Daly. 
Whitioamb, Joseph S., h s s Baird near Metcalfe. 
White, Finlay, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 
White, George, general blacksmith, Queen bet Pooley's Bridge and 

Cathcart, L.B.F., h sn,me. 
White, Henry, hackman, h Maria bet Albert and Victoria Terrace. 
White, James, laborer, O. & P. B., h e s Carleton bet Cathcart Square 

and Botler. 

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White, Jam&tf compositor, Hanter, Bose & Co., h Oathoart bet Ottawa 

and Qaeen, L.B.F. 
White, Martin, blacksmith, h Sherwood bet Qaeen and Oregon, L.B.F. 
White, Miss Mary Louisa, dressmaker, bds s s Clarence bet Dalhousie 

and Cumberland. 
White, Patrick, laborer, h n s Cathoart bet Cumberland and King. 
White, Robert, builder and oontraotor, Queen nr O'Connor, h Bank. 
White, Wm., secretary, P. 0. Dept., h n s Bideau nr cor Cobourg. 
White, William, carpenter, h 172 York. 

White, William, meat market, Wellington Square, h Bichmond Boad. 
Whitehead, Joseph, clerk, bds s s Murray bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Whitehead, Joseph, clerk, Thos. McKay. 
Whitehead, Mrs. Mary, (widow William,) bds s s Murray bet Dalhousie 

and Sussex. 
Whitehead, Wm., shoemaker, George nr Pooley's Bridge. 
Whiteside, F. B , upholsterer, 65 Bideau. 
Whiteside, Henry, (Whiteside & Walker,) h Gloucester o s bet York 

and Bideau.- 
WHITBSIDE & WALKEB, (Henry Whiteside and Isaac Walker,) 

manufacturer of children's carriages, upholsterers, 65 Bideau. 
WHITESIDE H. & CO., (Henry Whiteside, Alex. Heney and Isaac 

Walker,) proprietors City Express, 65 Bideau. 
Whitney, Philip, foreman, Levi Young. 

Whitney, Bobert D., printer, h St. Paul bet Nicholas and Ottawa. 
Whittier, Albert S., millwright, h Duke bet Queen and Lloyd, L.B.F. 
Whitty, James, Hibernia Hotel, s s Murray bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Whitty, James, laborer, h w s King bet Clarence and St. Patrick. 
Whyte, James, G , stationery, books, paper hangings, &c., 34 Bideau. 
Whyte, Bobert, carpenter, h Bank s of Sparks. 
Whyte, Bobert, clerk, 84 Bideau. 

Wickham, Ignatius, carpenter, h St. Paul bet Nicholas and Ottawa. 
Wicksteed, G. W., law clerk. Legislative Assembly. 
Wicksteed, Horatio A., accountant, P. 0. Dept., bds Duignan's Hotel. 
Wi^ley, The Misses, Young Ladies Seminary, e s Nicholas bet Bideau 

and St. Paul. 
Wigmore, Mrs. Jessie, green grocer, 253 Wellington bet Bank & Kent. 
WILKINSON, JAMES, flouring mills, Montreal, L.B.F., store Sussex 

cor York. 
Williams, David P., clerk, G. May, 31 Sussex, bds 78 York. 
WILLIAMS, E. P., book-keeper, Perley & Pattee, h Victoria Terrace, 

Bichmond Boad. 
Williams, Francis, tailor, h s s Maria bet O'Connor and Bank. 
Williams, H. J., joiner, h 78 York. 

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WilliamB, John, oonfeotioner, bds 40 Sussex. ' 

Williams, Robt, blacksmith, Victoria Foundry. 

Williamson, Charles, engineer, Tug *' Express," h Nicholas bet Rideai | 

and St. Paul. 
Wills, John A., machinist, bds s s Metcalfe, opp O. & P. R. Depot. 
WILLS, WM. JOHN, Immigration Agent, off. s s Metcalfe, opposite | 

0. & P. R. Depot, h same. 
WILSON, ANDREW, (Andrew, W. & Son,) U New Edinburgh. 
Wilson, Andrew 0., (A. Wilson & Son,) h New Edinburgh. 
Wilson, Andrew, clerk, 0. & P. R., office Desbarats' building. 
Wilson, E. S., clerk, Inspector General's office, h Victoria Terrace, west] 

of Pooley's Bridge. 
Wilson, George, carpenter, h Vittoria near Kent. 
Wilson, Henry, jr., bds Redpath bet Oarleton and Dalhousie. 
Wilson, Henry, painter, h n s Redpath, bet Oarleton and Dalhousie. 
Wilson, Hill, moulder, Victoria Foundry, h Sherwood. 
WIL!E!ON, JOHN, barrister. Master and Deputy Registrar in Chancery, | 

off. Court House, h 268 Rideau, bet Nelson and Gloucester. 
Wilson, John, carpenter, Thos. McGreevey. 
Wilson, John, compositor. Daily News, 

Wilson, John P., harness maker, h n s Daly bet King and Cumberland 
Wilson, John, sadler, h 166 Rideau. 
Wilson, John, currier, Rochester's tannery. 
Wilson, John, laborer, h Bank bet Sparks and Queen. 
Wilson, Joseph, clerk. Money Order Branch, P.O. Dept., h Wellington. 
Wilson, Thomas, blacksmith, Chas. Garth, 25 Rideau. 
Wilson, Thomas, blacksmith, h Biddy bee Kent and Sally. 
Wilson, Dr. William, Legislative Assembly, h w s Sussex opp Cathedral. I 
Wilson, Dr. William, assistant English translator. Legislative Assembly,! 

h Stewart bet Gloucester and Chapel. 
Wilson, William, shoemaker, h Biddy, bet Kent and Sally. 
Wilson, William, clerk, 14 Rideau. 
Wilson, William, shoemaker, h Ashburnham Hill. 
Wilson, Wm. S., salesman, T. & W. Hunton, h Slater. 
WILSON, Z., County Treasurer, off. Court House, h Gloucester. 
WILSON, ANDREW & SON, (Andrew and Andrew C. Wilson,) pro.| 

prietors Daili/ Evening News, St. Paul bet Nicholas and Ottawa. 
WILY, Lieut.-Col. THOMAS, Asst. Quarter Master General, h 41 Daly,| 
WinSeld, James, messenger. Legislative Council, h Sparks nr Kent. 
Winters, Leonard, groceries and provisions, n e cor Parry and Nelson,! 

h same. 
Winters, Mrs. Sarah, bds St. Andrew bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 

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WiM, Jamefl, baker, h w s Oamberland oor St. Patrick. 

Witty, H. S., printer, office of Evening PoBt, bds O'Connor bet Albert 

and Queen. 
WOLFF, .^AMES F., M. D., pbysioian and surgeon, off and h Albert 

oor Elgin. 
Wood, Eben., cabinet-maker, shop St. Paul, h n s St. Paul bet Nicholas 

and Ottawa. 
Wood, John, teamster, h Montreal, L.6.F. 
Wood, Mrs. Ann, green grocer, 252 Wellington. 
WOOD, 0. C, M. D., physician and surgeon, 43^ Sparks, h Maria near 

Metcalfe. 
WOOD, WILLIAM C, manager, W. D. Wood, h 38 Rideau. 
WOOD, WILLIAM D., dry goods, groceries, hardware and erookery, 

dealer in coal, iron, &o., 88 Rideau. 
Woodburn, Alexander S., (Bell & Woodburn,) h w s Elgin bet Slater 

and Maria. 
Woodburn, Thomas, printer, h n s Rideau cor Gobourg. 
Woodburn, William, carpenter, J. M. Ourrier & Go. 
Woodland, James, retired, h By estate, southern limits. 
Woodland, James, laborer, h Gentre. 
Woodland, Richard, tanner and currier, St. Paul bet Little Sussex and 

Nicholas. 
Woodland, Stewart, butcher, stall Wellington Square market, h 254 

Wellington. 
WOODLAND, THOMAS, clerk and weighmaster, Wellington Square 

market. 
WOODLAND, THOMAS, meat market, Wellington Square, bds 

Montgomery's Hotel. 
Woodrow, James, clerk, h 272 Rideau. 
Workman, Alexander, (Workman & Griffin,) h Wellington. 
Workman, Alex., jr., salesman. Workman & Griffin, 30 and 32 B''^e)iu. 
WORKMAN & GRIFFIN, (Alexander Workman, sen., and L «ord 

Griffin,) importers, and wholesale and retail hardware merchants, 

80 and 82 Rideau, and 247 Wellington. 
WORTHINGTON, THOMAS, Assistant Gommissiocer of Customs, h 

Yittoria near Bank. 
Wright, John, laborer, Perley & Pattee. 
WRIGHT, PHILEMON, saddler and harness-maker, 240 Wellington, 

hsame; 
Wright, Wm. R., senior clerk, Adjutant General's office, h Albert bet 

Con. line and Richmond Road. 
Wjkes, Edmund, fitter, Ottawa Gas Works, bds Nelson bet Rideau and 

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YORK, JESSE E., bakery and provision store, 69 York, h same. 

(See card.) 
YoricK, John, messenger, Post Office Dapt., h Murray s s bet Dalhousie 

and Oumberland. 
Yorick, Mrs.. Julia, (widow John,) h s s Murray bet Cumberland and 

Dalhousie. 
Young, Benjamin, painter, h Nelson bet Parry and Murray. 
Young, George, Machinist, Victoria Foundry. 
Young, John, Bank bet Sparks and Queen. 
Young, J., foreman, Queen's Printer bindery. 
Young, John, weaver, h Wilbrod bet Gloucester and Ohapel. 
Young, John, grocery and provision store, cor St. Andrew and Cumber- 
land, h same. 
YOUNG, LEVI, lumber merchant and proprietor saw mills, Viotoria 

Island, h Lloyd, cor Duke, L. B. F. 
Young, Levi J., shipping clerk, Levi Young, bds Duke, L.B.F. 
Young, Michael, cattle drover, h Victoria Terrace, Richmond Road. 
Young, Mrs. Catherine, h Bank bet Sparks and Queen. 
YOUNG, ROBERT P., manager, Levi Young, bds Duke, L.B.F. 
Young, Truman, mason, h s s Albert bet Concession Line and Rich' IBXlj^JSTJ 

mond Road, 
Young, Wm., (^ Young & Radford,) hws O'Connor, bet Slater and Maria. 
YOUNG & RADFORD, (Wm. Young and J. J. [Radford,) watchmakers 

and jewellers, 80 Sparks. 







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Zimermann, John G., tobaccos, cigars and fancy goods, n w cor Sparks 

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ZOLLIKOFFER, CHARLES EMIL, sculptor, bds cor Metcalfe and | 

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DUPLEX ELLIPTIC, or DOUBLE SPRING SKIRTS, which 
have now become the Standard Skirt of the Fashionable World. 

FAR SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS for Beauty, Ele- 
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Bend or Break like Single Springs, but will retain their Perfect 
and Beautiful Shape. 

At Wholesale by the Exclusive Manufacturers and Sole 
Owners' of the Patent. 

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Agents, Alei and Porter. 

Arooldi, Kiug, 11 Metcalfe. 

firaah, Charles E., 8 Rideaa. 

Christie, S., 6 Sparks. 

Dowsley & Oo., Post Office Bailding, Elgin. 

Agents, Oommisaion. 

(S« alio CommUtion, Fortoarimgf and Shipping Agtnti.) 

Bmah, Charles, E., 8 Bideaa. 
Olemow, Francis, 6 Elgin. 
Oraioe, R. W., P. 0. Building, Elgin. 
Hannam, J. M. T., 19 Sparks. 
Herrick, G. H., 8 Ridean. 
Satton, James T., foot of Sosssez. 

Agents, Distillery. 
Herrick, Ot. H., 8 Rideaa. (Morton's.) 

Agents, General. 

Brash, Charles E., 8 Rideau. 

Cruice, R. W., P. 0. Building, Elgin. 

Christie, S., 5 Sparks. 

Denison, Wm. G., Sparks cor Metcalfe. 

Fortin, J. P., Le Canada office, 26 York. 

Orison, Louis A., St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Herrick, G. H., 8 Rideaa. 

Thomas, C. J., Government Hill. 

Tnrgeon, J. B., 118i Rideau. 

Agents, Insurance. 

(See also Inturance Companies and Jgenti.) 

Brush, Charles E., 3 RiJeau. .-m?' :, 

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Olemow, F., 6 Elgin. 

Cochrane, J. 0- T., Elgin opp Russell House. 

Durie, John, 10 Sparks. 

Grant, Donald M., Sparks oor Elgin. 

Grist, Henry, Sussex, 2 doors north of York. 

Hannum, J. M. T., 19 Sparks. 

Heubach & Coward, 15 Sparks. 

O'Connor, B. E., York cor Sussex. 

Pennook, J. T. & W., 19J. ^ 

Wade, Wm., Ontario Bank. 

Agents, Land and Estate- 

Grast.i Donald M., Sparks cor Elgin. 
McLean, Hector, 19 Sparks. 
Pennock, J. T. & W., 19J Sparks. 



Agents, Manufaoturers. 

Hay, George, 24 Sparks. 

Isaac, Thomas, Sparks cor Metcalfe. 

MoDougal, Francis, 33 Sussex. 

Marston, George J., jr , 234 Wellington. 

Starke, James, 24 Bideau. 

Workman <& Griffin, 30 and 32 Bidean. 

Agents, Sewing Machines^ 

Beach, A. C, & Co., 62 Sparks. 

Gibson, Mrs. James, 84 York. , 

Walton, George A., 37 Sparks. 



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Brush, Charles E., (Boyal Mail Line,) 3 Bideau. 

Dowsley & Co., (Dickinson's Line,) P. O. Building, Elgin. 

Kelly, J. H., (Ontario Steamboat Company,) off Sussex near Clarence. 

McNaughton, Capt. M., Sincennes & McNaughton's Tug Line, office 

Canal Basin. 
Murphy, Denis, agent, Montreal & Ottawa Forwarding Line, Canal Basin. 
Stoughton, H. G., (Northern Transportation Company, office, Dowsley 

& Co., Elgin. 
Sutton, James T., (Ottawa Biver Navigation Co.,) Queen's Wharf. 

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Agents, Steamships. 

Anchor Line, J. M. T. HaDnuni, agent. 

Montreal Ocean Steamship, Heubach & Coward, agents, 17 Sparks. 

Agrioultural Implements- 
Hay, George, 21 Sparks. 
Isaac, Thomas, Sparks cor Metcalfe. 
McDougal, Francis, Sussex. 
Starke, James, 24 Bidean. 
Workman & Griffin, .30 and 32 Rideau, and 247 Wellington. 

Ales, Importer of' 
Arnoldi, King, 11 Metcalfe. 

Architects and Civil Engineers. 

Fripp, Sidney B., h 282 Wellington near Bay. 

Fuller, Thomas, off. Government Hill. 

Haycock, Samuel H., res. Hull, C. E. 

Horsey, Henry H., 285 Bideau. 

Killaly, John, Lloyd bet Queen and Ottawa, L.6.F. 

Laver, Augustus, 12 Elgin. 

LeGourt, Joseph P. M., n s St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Mara, Ed. A., Albert bet O'Connor and Bank. 

Perry, George H., Sussex cor York. 

Sims, Henry A., 3 Bideau. 

Stent, Thomas, Middle, Victoria Island. 

Surtees, Bobert, New Edinburgh. 

Ward, Joseph, 4 Princess Terrace. 

' ■ Artists. 

Collin, Francis, at Spencer's Photogragh Booms. 

Attorneys and Solicitors. 

(See BatristerSf Mtomeys, l[C,) 

Auction and Commission Merchants- 

Boyden, Joseph, 60 Sussex. 

Chambers, M. E., York near market building. 

McDonald, John, cor Queen and Elgin. 

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McLean, Hector, 19 Sparks. 
Rowe, Amos, 42 Rideau. 
Warden & Co., 36 Sussex. 

Axe and Edge Tool Manufacturers. 

Proulx, Edward, Duke near Queen. 
Washburn, Sexton, Chaudi&re Island. 

Bakers and Confectioners- 

Best, Francis, cor Queen and O'Connor. 

Hanly, Thomas, 82 Rideau. 

Ilile, Thomas, Dalhousie bet Church and St. Andrew. 

Jamieson, Robert, Besserer bet King and Cumberland. 

Jamieson, Wm., Victoria Terrace, Richmond Road. 

Joyce, P., King bet Rideau and York. 

Kimber, John A., King bet Ottawa and Murray. 

Scott, Mrs,, Elgin cor Sparks. 

Shouldia, George, 186 York cor King. 

Yaliquette, J., St. Patrick near Gloucester. 

Warnock, James, Murray bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

York, J. E., 69 York. 

Bankers. 

Heubach & Coward, 17 Sparks. 
Pennock, J. T. & W.. 19J Sparks. 

Banks. 
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Barbers and Hairdressers. 

(See Hairdreuers and Perfumers.) 

Barristers, Attorneys, Solicitors, &c. 

Baines, Charles T., office, Nicholas bet Rideau and St. Paul. 
Boulton, James P., Elgin opposite Russell House. 
Bradley, Richard A., Elgin corner Sparks. 
Buoke, Julius P., Masonic Hall, Elgin. 
Campbell, Donald, 10 ii<lgin. ....■:- 

Campbell & Kennedy, 10 Elgin. 
Clegg, Wm., 11 Metcalfe. 

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Olegg & Nellia, 11 Metcalfe. 

Duok, William, Masonic Hall, Elgin. 

Paoke & Buoke, Masonic Hall, Elgin. 

Panning, A. T., e s Nicholas bet Rideau and St. Paul. 

Fellowes, G. B. L., Rideau nr Court House Avenue. 

Fellowes & Radenhurst, Rideau near Court House Ayenue. 

Oemmell, J. J., Court House. 

Gibb, Alexander, 3 Rideau. 

Gibbs, H. J., cor Sparks and Metcalfe. 

Haycock & Haycock, over P. 0. Block. 

Keefer, Augustus, 12 Elgin. 

Kennedy, George, 10 Elgin. 

Lapierre, Horace, corner Fork and Sussex. 

Lees, Robert, Court House. 

Lees & Gemmell, Court House. 

Lewis, John B., 15 Elgin. 

Lewis & Pinhey, 15 Elgin. 

Lewis, Pinhey & Ward, 15 Elgin. 

Lyon, Robert, 22 Metcalfe. 

Lyon & Remon, 22 Metcalfe. 

Maopherson, J. P., 11 Metcalfe. 

Mallooh, John, 32 Sparks. 

Matheson, W. Marshall, 17 Elgin. 

Murphy, Joseph J., 2 York. 

Nellis, Thomas F., 11 Metcalfe. 

O'Connor, Daniel, York comer Sussex. 

O'Gara, Martin, 33 Rideau. 

Pinhey, Charles H., 15 Elgin. 

Radenhurst, Wm. H., Rideau near Mathews' Hotel. 

Boss, Alexander, 29 Elgin. 

Koss, William A., 3 Rideau. 

Soott, Richard W., 3 Rideau. 

Soott & Ross, 3 Rideau. 

Thompson, T. W., e s Nicholas bet Rideau and St. Paul. 

Walker, Wm. H., 3 Rideau. 

Ward, J. W., 15 Elgin. 

Wilson, John, Court House. 

Baths. 
Palmer, Henry, 27.SttBsex. 

Berlin Wool and Fancy Goods. 

Beach & Co;, 62 Sparks. 

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Morton, Mrs. Bessie, 18 Bideau. 



Billiatd Booms. 

Boorget, James, Bussell House. 
Murray, William, 28 Metcalfe. 
Bideau Club, 200 WellingtAn. 

Blaoksmiths. 

Ahearn, J. & W., Duke between Queen and Lloyd. 

Armstrong, Thomas, Besserer bet Ottawa and Cumberland 

Bray, John, New Edinburgh. 

Brennan, Patrick, 40 Clarence. 

Brutd, Emerald, 45 Clarence. 

Evans, Jeremiah, Sparks cor Bank. 

Kehoe, John, Nicholas bet Bideau and St. Paul. 

Kehoe, Thomas, n s Church, near Sussex. 

Kehoe, William, George bet Sussex and William. 

KilduflF, Peter, 34 York. 

Lariviere, P., w s Dalhousie, bet Murray and Clarence. 

Mahon, Martin, Dalhousie corner George. 

Nicholson, Samuel, 80 Clarence. 

Porter, Henry, 72 Clarence. 

Townsend, Charles, near Pooley's Bridge. 

Blank Book Manufaotoreri. 

{See Bookbinders and Blank Book Manufactwert.) 

Boarding Houses. 

Brown, Mrs. Joseph, Sussex cor Cathcart. 

Dubell, Mrs., Maria bet O'Connor and Bank. 

Fisette, Mrs., Albert bet Metcalfe and Elgin. 

Guilohrist, John, 26 Clarence. 

Herbert, P., cor St. Paul and Nicholas. 

Jacquies, Miss Emily, Queen bet Metcalfe andp'Connor. 

James, James, 66 Sparks. t 

Leamy, Mrs. James, 25 York. 

McGilUvray, John, St. Andrews bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Munro, John, Bridge opp Oregon. 

O'Beilly, Mr. Charles, Duke bet Queen and Lloyd. 

Pardey, Mrs. Elizabeth, 287 Wellington bet Yittoria and Water. 

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Street, Mrs. Mary, 52 Suse ;x. 
Satton, Mrs., 80 Metcalfe cor Queen. 

Boat Builders. 

Oookbnrn, John, foot of Bay. 

Mason, Wm., Head, Ghaudidre Island. 

Book Binders and Blank Book Manufacturers. 

Barber, John H., 86 Sparks. 

Desbarats, George E., Sparks cor O'Connor. 

Hope, James & Co., Sparkb cor Elgin, 

Hnnter, Bose & Co., Sparks opp Wellington Ward Market, 

Mortimer, A., Sparks cor Metcalfe, entrance 22 Metcalfe. 

Booksellers and Stationers- 
Barber, John H., 86 Sparks. 
Doric, John & Son, 10 Sparks. 
Davernay Bros., 26 York. 
Hauser, Augustin, Wellington near Bank. 
Hope, James & Co., Sparks cor Elgin.. 
Reynolds, Mrs. Eliza, York near Snssez. 
Whyte, James G., 84 Rideau. 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturers and Dealers: 

kaeoB & Huckell, 15 Sussex. 

BeUemare, T., 79 Sussex 

Crosby, Francis Gt., 51 Sparks. 

Cuzner, Luke, 29 Bideau. 

Demarais, Leonard, 50 Clarence. 

Dcrooher, Oliver, 77 Sussex. 

Fogarty, Patrick, Mosgrove cor St. Paul. 

Frazer, Wm., Queen L. B. F. 

Grimes, Thomas, s s Cathoart bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Groulx, Toussaint, Sussex bet Murray and Clarence. 

Heney, John, 90 Sussex. 

Howe, George & Son, 10 Rideau and 69 Sussex. 

Lamb, Wm. A.. 28 Sussex. 

Latimer, Wm., 157 Wellington. 

Lawrence Bros., 52 Sussex. 

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MoQuade, Daniel, Duke bet Lloyd and Bridge. 

Mills, Samuel, Dalbousie cor George. 

Moreau, Israel, e s Sussex bet Murray and Olarenoo. 

Nelson, Thomas, 883 Wellington. 

Nolan, Bros., Glouooster bet Parry and Rideaa. 

O'Oonnor, John, w s Dalhousie near Rideau. 

Offord, Jonathan, 18 Rideau. 

Preston, Geo., H., 12 and 03 Rideau. 

Starmer, Thomas, 126 Rideau. 

Taegar, 0., Dalhousie bet Rideau and George. 

Valiquette, Joseph, 89 Sussex. 

Walker, George, Maria bet O'Connor and Bank. 

Brass Foundeio. 

Friedriok, T., William near Rideau. 
Garth, Oharles, 25 Rideau. 

Brewers and Maltsters. 

Diamond, John W., St. Paul near Ottawa. 

Roohestcr, John, jr, Victoria Brewery, Richmond Road. 

Stirling, George, foot of Locks. 

Brokers. 

Brush, Oharles £., 3 Rideau. . , , 

Heubaoh & Coward, 17 Sparks. 
Grant, Donald M., Sparks cor Elgin. 
Pennock, J. T. & W., 19 J Sparks. 

Brokers Exchange ana Money. 

Heubach & Coward, 17 Sparks. 
Pennock, J. T. & W., 19^ Sparks. 

Broom and Brush ManuftMturers- 

Reardon, W. & R., William near Rideau. ^ . 

Builders and Oontraotors- 

Davis, Wm., Clarence near Cumberland. 

Dow, Donald, Besderer bet Cumberland and King. 

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Dunn, Edward, 8 s Catlioart bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Gibbault, Adolpho, Ottawa bet Bridge and Sherwood. 

Goodwin, James, Carleton Square. 

Holbrook, Thomaa, Gloucester bet Parry and Bideau. 

Loftus, P. A., 199 Rideau. 

MoGreevcy, R. H., 2 York. 

Painter & Taylor, Albert opp City Hall Square. 

Power, Patrick, Stewart near Canal Basin. 

Rowan, Thos., Bolton bet Cumberland and King. 

Kowat, John, Duke bet Queen and Lloyd, L.B.F. 

Sparks, Alexander, Maria bet Bank and Kent. 

Stapledon, John S., Qlouoester near Rideau. 

Stapledon, Philip, Gloucester near Rideau. 

Stewart, Robert, 18 Augusta. 

Thomas, Chas. T., Parliament Hill. 

Ward, Joseph, 4 Princess Terrace. 

Webster, John & Robert, w s Ottawa cor Stewart. 

Butchers. 

Boyle, Michael, 14 Market Building. 
Bufton, Jonathan, Wellington Ward market. 
Cawthra, Binns, 10 Rideau. 
Coady, Thos., 12 Market Building. 
Connelly, James C, 11 Market Building. 
Duhamel, Francis, Duke opp Lloyd. 
Gardman, John, 9 Market Building. 
Gleeson, John, 8 Market Building. 
Hilliard, Robert, Market Building. 
Kelly, Dan, 6 Market Building. 
Kenna, John, Bridge, L.B.F. 
Kennedy, ijornelius, 3 Market Building. 
Kennedy, John, 10 Market Building. 
Lacey, Thos., 12 Market Building. 
SfoKever, P., 18 Market Building. 
Mohr, Harry, By Ward Market. 
Moore, H. P., 46 York. 
Owen, I Arthur, 72 Rideau. 
Poulin, Pierre, By Ward Market. 
Richardson, Robert, Wellington Ward Market. 
Robert, Stanislas, 67 Rideau. 
Satchel! Bros., 7 Market Building. 
Slattery, Wm., 5 Market Building. 
Smith, James, 6 Market Building. 

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Terrenoe, John, 11 By Ward Market. 
Wallingford, George, Market Building. 
Woodland, Stewart, Wellington Ward Market. 
Woodland, Thomas, Wellington Ward Market. 

Cabinet Makers and Dealers in Furniture. 

Angus, B, & A., 11 Bideau. 

Holgate, Oliver & Annable, Head, rear Ottawa flouring mills. 

Minore, William, O'Connor cor Queen. 

Ottawa Cabinet Warehouse, George Seale, Agent, 1 Rideau. 

Bussell, George R., 33 Rideau. 

Swallwell, Anthony, jr., 35 Sparks. 

Vaughan, G. G. & Co., 190 Wellington. 

Carding and Fulling Kills, s 

Bnrritt, H. 0., New Edinburgh. 
Taylor, Wm., Montreal L. B. F. 

Carpenters and Builders. 

{See also BvUdert and Contractorf.) 

Cantin, Jean Bte., Church cor Palhousie. 

Cluff, Isaac, Vittoria. 

Dayis, Hugh, Cumberland near Besserer. 

Dow, Donald, 8 Besserer. 

Dowsley, James, 176 Rideau. 

Gardner, Wm., Bauk south Maria. 

Gibson, James, 84 York. ' 

Greenwood, Miohael, Richmond Road. 

Mathews, John, Queen bet Lloyd and Bridge, L. B. F. 

Mcintosh, Alex., George bet William and Dalhousie. 

McKinstry, Robert, Queen bet Lloyd and Bridge, L. B. F. 

O'Connor, James, Cumberland bet Botler and Bolton. 

Webster & Bro., Ottawa bet Stewart and Wilbrod. 

Carpets, Oilcloths, &c. 

Grant & Henderson, 9 and II Sussex. - ' 

Hunton, T. & W., 47 and 49 Sparks. 

Carriage and Sleigh ManufiaoturMTS. 
Champagne, Serephin, 96 Clarence. 

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GommiDgti, Robert, Gammings Island, Gloucester. 
Dnfour, Peter, 144 and 115 Rideau. 
Duhamel, Louis, Murray bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 
Erans, Jeremiah, Sparks cor Baik. 
Humphries, George, 45, 47 and 49 Daly. 
Smith, John, Bank bet Albert and Slater. 
Stookdale, W., and Bro., 99, 101 and 103 Bideau. 

Carvers and Oilders. 

Eaton, B. & Co., 7 Bideau. 
Gowan, H. & J., 45 Bideau. 

Chair and Bedstead Manuflactarers. 

Holgate, Oliver & Annablo, Head, rear Ottawa Flouring Mills. 

Chandlers. 

(See l^qp and Candle Manufacturers.) 

Chemists and Druggists. 

Austin, 0., 41 Bideaw. 
Browne, James, 67 Sparks. 
Garvey, Dr. Joseph, 15 Bideau. 
MaoCarthy, Henry F., 236 Wellington. 
Massey, Wm. M., 28 Sparks. 
Mortimer, George, 41 Sussex. 
Roberts, John, 35 Bideau. 
Skinner Joseph, 242 Wellington. 

Chromatic Printers. 

Bell & Woodburn, 31 Elgin. 

Hanter, Bose & Co., Sparks opp Wellington Ward Market. 

Cigars and Tobaooos. 

{See Tobceconitie.) 

Civil Engineers. 

(See ArchiUctn and Civil Engimert) 

Clothing Merchants. 

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Mcrtineaa, Eug., 65 and 67 Sussex oor Clarence. 
O'Meara & Co., 50 Sparks. 
Prud'homme, J. T., 96 Sussex. 

Coal MerohaHts. 

Heubaoh & Coward, 17 Sparks. 
Wood, Wm. 1»., 38 Rideau. 

' Coal Oils and Lamps. 

Beach & Co., (Wholesale,) 62 Sparks. 
Esmonde Bros., 48 Sparks. 
Friedriok, T., William near Rideau. 
Leavens, D. R-, 84 Sussex. 
Meadows, H. & Co., 85 Sussex. 
Skinner, Joseph, 242 Wellington. 

Collecting Agents. 

Humphries, Wm. Or., 25 Rideau. 
Pennock, J. T. & W., 19^ Sparks. 

Commercial Colleges 

British American Commercial College, Musgrove and Wright principals, 
Mechanics Institute Buildings, Sparks. 

Commission Merchants. 

Beach & Co., 62 Sparks. 

Boyden, Joseph, 60 Rideau. ^ ' 

Brush, Charles E., 3 Rideau. 

Chambers, M. £., 38 York. 

Christie, S., office in Russell House Block. 

Cruice, R. M., office in P. 0. Block, Elgin. 

Hely, Fitzwilliam B., St. Paul near Little Sussex. 

Herriok, Q. H., 8 Rideau. 

Heubach & Coward, 17 Sparks. 

Lesp^rance, Edward, 83 Rideau. 

McDonald, John, Queen cor Elgin. 

McDonald & Brother, (Albert and Charles,) 38 and 40 Sussex. 

MacAgy, Wm. T., Besserer bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 

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Rowe, Amoa, 42 Rideau. 
Warden O. & Co., 86 Sussex. 

Commiuion, Forwarding and Shipping Merohantf . 

Dickinson, M. K., Canal Basin. 

MoNaughton, Capt. Maleolm, Sinoennos & McNaughton, Canal Basin. 
Murphy, D., Montreal and Ottawa Forwarding Line, Canal Basin. 
Sutton, Jas. T., agent Ottawa River Navigation Co., Queen's Wharf. 

Confeotioneni. 

{Sei alio Baker t and CoT{feetionen.) 

Butler, William, 218 Wellington. 
Cussins, Henry, 24 Rideau. 
Hall, Edward, 172 Wellington, 
Joyce, Edward F., 105 Rideau. 
Mills, John, 20 Rideau. 
MoAllan, Mrs. C, 35^ Rideau. 
Nicholson, John S., 107 Rideau. 
Proderick, William, 40 Sussex. 
Scantlebury, John, 248 Wellington. 
Scott, Mrs., Sparks cor Elgin. 

Contractors. 

{Setalio Builder $ and Contr actor t.) 

Christie, Alex., Nepean near concession line, Ashburnham Hill. 

Cross, Andrew, Murray near Dalhousie. 

Dow, Donald, Besserer bet Cumberland and King. 

Dunn, Edward, s a Cathoart bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Essex, John, Maria bet O'Connor and Bank. 

Fink, Jacob, cor Park and St. Joseph. 

Gallagher, Thomas, 62 Metcalfe cor Slater 

Goodwin, Charles, Chnroh bet King and Cumberland. 

Goodwin, James, Cathcart square. 

Heavey, Andrew, Sussex over Nye's store. 

Jones, Haycock & Clarke, 11 Elgin over P. O. 

Langford, John, Vittoria near Kent. 

Loftus, P. A., 199 Rideau. 

McGreevey, R. H., 2 York. 

MoGreevey, Thos., rear Parliament Building?. 

Mari4, Peter, King bet Parry and Rideau. 

Mathews, James S., Chapel bet Daly and Stewart. 

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Painter & Taylor, Albert, City Hall Square. 

Paleo, William, Maria near Rink. 

Porter, Wm., Queen bet Elgin and Metcalfe. 

Powers, Jesse, 57 Ridcau. ^ 

Regan, John, S6 Augusta. 

Richards Wm., Bridge bet Queen and Oregon, L. 6. F. 

Stapleton, Wm., Ottawa bet Gathoart and Lloyd, L. B. F. 

Thomas, 0. T., Wellington. 

Travler, Alfred, 285 Ridoau. 

Wales, Wm., Besserer bet Ottawa and Cumberland. 

Wardle, Abraham, 168 Wellington. 

White, Robert, Queen near O'Connor. 

Coopers. 

Burns, James, rear 156 Clarence. 

Kenly, Robert, 83 Sparks. 

Millotte, Edward, St. Patrick near Dalbousie. 

Crockery, China and Olassware. 

Rowe, Amos., 42 Ridcau. 
Story, Geo., 65 ClarcDco 
Thompson, Jas., 55 Htvjsez. 
Thompson, John, 27 Ridi^^u. 
Wholan, Denis, 51 Rideau. 



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Leggo, John, 49 Sparks. 
Martin, Charles A., 58 Sussex. 
Martin, Oliver, 48 Sparks. 



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Blyth, George R., 226 Wellington. 
Caldwell, J. F., & Co., 74 Sussex. 
Cocker, George, 34 Sparks. 
Cunningham & Lindsay, 14 R'deau. 
Elliott & Hamilton, 23 Rideau. 
Fingland & Draper, 47 Sussex. 
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Oarland, Mutohmor & Co., '20 Sparks. 
Graham k Oo., 48 Sparks. 
Grant k Henderson, and 11 t^ussez. 
Hunton, T. & W., 47 and 49 Sparks. 
Kearns Sc Ryan, 40 Sussex. 
Larriyidre, a. Bernard, 92 Sussex. 
MoOillivray, E., 265 Wellington cor Vittoria. 
J.^ ;,'.'«• X. Russell, 88 Sparks. 
I nt y Eug., 65 and 67 Sussex oor Clarenoe. 
0'Me..i; a Co., 60 Sparks. 
Pinard, J. A., 17 Sussex. 
. utt & Co., 60 Sparks. 
Prud'homme, Joseph T., 96 Sussex. 
Story, Geo., 55 Clarenoe. 
Thumpson, James, 55 Sussex. 
Thompson, John, 27 Ridoau. 
Traversy, Isidore, 82 Susaox. 
Wood, W, D., 38 Ride*u. 

Dyeni and Soourers. 

Sweetman, John, Kent bet Vittoria and Wellington. 

Engineers and Machinists. 

Blasdell, T. M., Wellington bet Bay and George. 
Johndrau, James, E. B. Eddy, Hull, C. E. 

Engravers. 

Cox, George, Elgin, cor Sparks. 

Exchange Dealers. 

Heubaoh & Coward, 17 Sparks. 
Pennock, J. T. & W., 19J Sparks. 

Express Companies. 

Canadian Express Co., W. H. Sanger, agent, 10 Elgin. 
Minore, Wm., (City Express,) Queen cor O'Connor. 
Whiteside, H., & Co., (City Express,) 65 Rideau. 



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McGiUivray, E. K. & Co., 24 Sparks. 

Beynolds, Mrs. Eliza, York. 

Snlliyan, John William bet York and George. 

Fancy Shell Work. 

Nash, James, Bideau Cottage, St. Patrick. 

Farriers. 

Armstrong, Thomas, Besserer, bet Ottawa and Cumberland 
Harris, James, 72 Clarence. 

Fish Dealers. 

Dwyre, J. H., 31 Sparks. 
Foster, James, Market Building. 

Flour and Feed Stores. 

Coflfey, Thomas, 62 and 64 Clarence. 

Cozzens, Alfred, 71 Bideau. 

Jamieson, Wm., Victoria Terrace, BichmondBoad. 

Kavanagh, Timothy, 54 Bideau. 

Lunny, Hugh, 104 Sussex. 

MoCormiok, A. 63 Sparks. 

MoCormick, Henry, 65 Sparks. 

McKay, Thomas, 132 Sussex. 

Martin & McLernon, 69 Bideau. 

Mason, A., 279 Wellington 

Switzer, Bobert, 281 Wellington. 

Thorpe, John W., h s Church near Dalhousie. 

Wilkinson, James, Sussex cor York. 

Flour and Grist Mills. 

Hull Mills, H. McCormick, proprietor. 

McKay, Thos., Chaudid're Island, Flour and Oatmeal Mills. 

Morrison, Wm., (Ottawa City Grist Mills) Bridge L.B.F. 

New Edinburgh Mills. 

Wilkinson, James, Montreal L. B. F. , 

Forwarding and Comnission Merchants. 

Dickinson, M. K., Canal Basin. 



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Montreal & Ottawa Forwarding Co., Canal Basin, D. Murphy, agent. 
Ottawa Biver Navigation Co., J. T. Sutton, agent. 
Sincennes & McNaughton, Canal Basin. 

Foundries and Machine Shops. 

Blasdell, T. M., Wellington, near Bay. 

Blasdell, N. S., & Co., Victoria Island. 

Perkins, Edward, Sparks bet Hugh and Wellington Ward Market. 

Fresco Painters and Decorators. 

Eaton, B., & Co., 7 Bideau. 

Lang, J. C., & Co., 60 Sparks. 

McKay, Wm:, 88 Sussex. 

Mathowman & Co., Elgin near Wellington. 

Fruit Dealers. 
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Dwyre, J. H., 31 Sparks. 

Nye, Lewis N., agent, 43 Sussex. 

Furniture Dealers. 

(See Cabinei Makers and Furniture Dealers.) 

Furniture Dealers, [Second Hand-] 

Hinohey, Thomas, 177 Wellington. 

Furriersi 

Jkngs, C. W., & Co., .34 Sussex. 
Peacock, James, sen., 28 Bideau. 

Gas and Steamfitters. 

Friedrick, T., William near Bideau. 
Garth, Charles, 25 Bideau. 

General Merchants. 

[Those who keep a Stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, tfc.) 

Allen, James, New Edinburgh, 

Ashfield, John, Buke bet Lloyd and Bridge. 

Blackburn, James, New Edinburgh. 

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Booth, Robert R., Bridge bet Queen and Oregon. 

Graham, Archibald, & Co., 48 Sparks. 

Guerard, J. Bte., cor Church and Dalhousie. 

Kennedy, William, cor St. Patrick and Dalhousie. 

Laporte, Victor, 148 Rideau. 

Lareviere, B. Bernard, 92 Sussex. 

McCarthy, John, 249 Wellington. 

Pinard, Hilaire Adolphe, Dalhousie cor Bolton. 

Gentlemen's Fumishing Ooods. 

Bcament, Thomas, 25 Sparks. 

Ginger Beer Manufacturers. 

Kipp, Wilfred, n s Church bet Cumberland and Dalhousie. 
Lafrance, Joseph, Gloucester bet Rideau and Parry. 
Proderick, Fred., 40 Sussex. 

Glass Stainers. 

Bullock, William, 61 York. 

Grecian Blind Manufacturers. 

Minore, William, O'Connor cor Queen. 

Green Grocers. 

Dwyre, John H., 31 Sparks. 
Hurley, John, 42 York. 
Scantlebury, John, 248 Wellington. 
Wigmore, Mrs. Jessie, 253 Wellington. 
Wood, Mrs. Ann, 252 Wellington. 

Grocers. 

Barrett, Michael, 44 York. 

Baskerville, John J., cor St. Patrick and Cumberland. 

Bate, C. T. & Co., (wholesale and retail) 52 Sparks. 

Beatty, Thomas, cor Parry and Nelson. 

Belcourt & Co., 86 Sussex. 

Brown, Alfred, 69 Sparks. 

Bott, George, 78 Rideau. 

Buchanan, James, 18 Sussex and 222 Wellington. 

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Campbell & Co., 53 Sussex. r - ' 

CantiD, Charles, cor St. Patrick and Dalhousie. 

Gaathers, Samael, cor Camberland and Bolton. 

Checkley, Miss Margaret, King bet Parry and Bideau. 

Chisbolm, Duncan, 118 Sussex. • 

Giappy, John, Duke near Queen. 

Oummings, Bobert, Gumming's Island, Gloucester. 

Danzy. Peter, cor Parry and Gloucester. 

Day, Francis, 110 Clarence. 

Demarais, Leonard, 50 Clarence. 

Duffy, John J., 94 Sussex 

Egleson, P. A. & Son, 102 Sussex. 

Fitzpatriok, John, New Edinburgh. 

Foote, James, 178 Bideau, 

Forgie, John, Little Sussex cor St. Paul. 

Fowler, Mrs. Elizabeth, Duke near Ijloyd. 

Gauvreau, Charles, cor Park and Nelson. 

Gauvreau, Charles, Ottawa cor Gloucester. 

Gilligan, Bartholomew, s s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Graham & Co., 48 Sparks. 

Griffin, Michael, St. Andrew bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Hilliard, John, n s Murray, bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Howell, Samuel, Bideau cor Sussex. 

McCaffery, Wm., n a Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

McCarthy, James, 310 Wellington. 

MoCormiok, Andrew, 63 Sparks. 

McGuUough, Bobert, 154 Wellington cor Bank. 

McDougall, D., 88 Clarence. 

McEwen, G., Dalhousie near Station. 

McFarlane, Wm., 271 Bideau. 

McGillivray, E., 265 Wellington cor Vittoria. . 

McGillivray, John, Duke opp Lloyd, L. B. F. 

McKechney, Mrs. Jane, 164 Bideau. 

Maloney, William, 94 Clarence. 

Monaghan, John, Dalhousie cor Cathcart. 

Morrow, Thomas, n s 3t. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Murray, John, Botler cor Carleton. 

Newbanks, William, 59 York cor William. 

O'Connor, John, Dalhousie cor Cathcart. 

O'Connor, 0. F., 108 Clarence. 

O'Gara, Michael, n s Bolton bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

O'Reilly, J. & B., s s Church near Dalhousie. 

Patterson, ^homas, 26 Bideau. 

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Perkins, H. B., 228 Wellington. 

Pinard, Leon, oor King and Bolton. 

Poulin, Pierre, n w cor market building. 

Pratt & Co., 60 Sparks. 

Prudhomme, J. T., 96 Sussex. 

Quinn, Hugh, Ottawa cor King. 

Bathier, Abraham, cor Cumberland and Cathoart. 

Beed, George, cor Queen and Cathoart, L. B. F. 

Bicher, J. Bte., cor Church and Cumberland. 

Bobinson, J. G. & Co., 50 and 62 Bideau, and 45 Sussex. 

Bowan, Charles, 176 Clarence. 

Shouldis, George, 186 York cor King. 

Slattery, Miles, 68 Clarence. 

Sparrow, Chas., jr., 83 Sussex: 

Story, George, 55 Clarence. 

Sullivan, P., 90 Clarence. 

Thompson, James, 55 Sussex. 

Thompson, John, 27 Bideau. 

Traversy, Isidore, 82 Sussex. 

Wall, Wm., 73 Bideau. 

Waters, D., cor St. Patrick and Dalhousie. 

Whelan, Denis, 44 Bideau. 

Winters, L., cor Parry and Nelson. 

Wood, Wm. D., 38 Bideau. 

York, J. E., 69 York. 

Young, John, cor St. Andrew and Cumberland. 



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Bansley, D. W., & Son., 43 Sparks. 
Beaucaire, Edward, 120 Sussex. 
Brown, Wm. W., 39 Sparks. 
Fortin, J. P., Elgin opp Bussell House. 
Graham, James, 7 Sussex. 
Graham, Patrick, 17 Metcalfe. 
Letord, Frank, Quebec Hotel. ^ 

Miles, E., 9 and 37 Bideau. 
Mitchell, W. H., 209 Wellington. 
Palmer, Henry, 27 Sussex. 
Bice, Alexander, 15 Clarence. 



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Hay, Geo., 21 Sparks. 

Isaac, Thomas, 45 Sparks. 

MoDougall, Francis, 33 Sussex. 

Marston, George J., jr., 234 Wellington. 

Starke, James, 24 Rideau. 

Wood, Wm. D., 38 Rideau. 

Workman and Grif^n, 30 and 32 Rideau, and 247 Wellington. 

Hats, Caps and Straw Goods. 

Bangs, G, W., & Co., 34 Sussex. 
Peacock, James, senr., 28 Rideau. 
Sheldon, Geo. A., 26 Sparks. 
Zimermann, J. G., Sparks cor Metcalfe. 

Hides, Leather and Findings. 

Cuzner, Luke, 29 Rideau. 

Dixon, T. H., & Co., 36 Rideau. 

May, George, 31 Sussex. 

Offord, Jonathan, 13 Rideau. 

Preaton, George H., 12 and 93 Rideau. 

Hides and Skins, Dealers in. 

Brown, George, 18 and 20 York. 
Cawthra, Binns, 104 Rideau. 
McCullough, James, Park near Gloucester. 

Hotels, Hotel Proprietors and Tavemkeepers. 

Albion Hotel, J. Graham, proprietor, cor Daly and NioLoias. 

Armstrong, George, 37 and 39 Elgin oor Queen. 

Beauoaire, Benjamin, n s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Beriohon, Isaac, Central Canada Hotel, 126 Sussex. 

Bishop, Richard, " British Lion,'' 61 Sparks. 

Britannia Inn, Francis Hallandal, proprietor, 251 Wellington. 

British, Wm. McCartney, proprietor, 165 and 167 Wellington. 

British Lion, 61 Sparks, Richard Bishop, proprietor. 

Carleton Hotel, R. Stanley, proprietor, 186 and 188 Wellington. 

Carlton, Christopher, Rideau Hotel, St. Paul cor Little Sussex. 

Cardinal, Felix, cor St. Patrick and Dalhousie. 

Cartney, Wm., "British," 165 and 167 Wellington. 

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Champagne, Isidore, Church near Sussex. 

Chaaai^re Hotel, Hugh Fitzpatrick, proprietor, Head. 

Chevrier, Alexandre, St. Patrick, bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 

Chevrier, L., Victoria Hotel, Murray near Sussex. 

City Hotel, Wm. Graham, proprietor, 85, 37 and 39 Clarence. 

City House, cor Sussex and St. Andrew. 

Commercial Hotel, Robert Elliott, proprietor, 64 and 66 York. 

Crcwn Hotel, W. B. Howes, proprietor, 56 Bideau. 

Duignan, Francis, Sparks near Bank. 

Duncan, Mrs., Duncan House, 120 Clarence. 

Egan, Denis, cor Percy and Gloucester. 

Elliott, Robert, Commercial Hotel, 64 and 66 York. 

English Hotel, Slocombe & Stevens, proprietors, 66 and 68 Rideau. 

Exchange Hotel, F. T. Kilby, proprietor, 16 Clarence. 

Farmers' Inn, 239 Wellington, John McAmmond, proprietor. 

Fitzpatrick, Hugh, " Chaudidre Hotel," Chaudi^re Island. 

Gilpin, Robert, Old Lion Tavern, Little Sussex cor St. Paul. 

Goode's Hotel, cor Rideau and Nicholas, Dan Goode, proprietor. 

Gorman, Philip, 58 Clarence. 

Gouin, James A., Russell House, Elgin cor Sparks. 

Goulden's Hotel, Charles Goulden, proprietor, Sussex cor Bolton. 

Gouldthrite, S., Elgin cor Sparks. 

Graham, John, Albion Hotel, Nicholas cor Daly. 

Graham, Robert, 108 Sussex. 

Graham, Wm., Citv Hotel, 35, 37, 39 Clarence. 

Grand River Hotel, Richard Nagle, proprietor, 65 Sussex cor Clarence 

Grant, Jane, George near Sussex. 

Hallandal, Francis, Britannia Inn, 251 Wellington. 

Hamilton's Hotel, York near Sussex. 

Hibernia Hotel, James Whitty, proprietor, s s Murray het Dalhousie and 

Sussex. 
Hotel Cartier, A. Champagne, proprietor, s s Murray near Sussex. 
Hotel du Canada, Ale^-^is Pinard, proprietor, s s Murray bet Sussex and 

Dalhousie. 
Hotel du Canada, B. B. Lariviere, proprietor, Sussex. 
Howes, Wm. B., Crown Inn, 56 Rideau. 
Huckell, Becj., Kingston Inn, York cor Dalhousie. 
International, George Clarke, proprietor, Sparks cor O'Connor. 
Kavanagh, M., « Queen," Metcalfe cor Wellington. 
Kennedy, Mrs. Thomas, Victoria Terrace, 

Kilby, Francis, sen., n s Clarence bet Sussex and By Ward Market. 
Kingston lun, B. Huckell, proprietor, York cor Dalhoiisie. 

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Labergd, On^aime, n s Murray bet Sassex and Dalhousie. 

Landnan, Frangois X., a s Murray bet Sussex and Dalliousie. 

Lapierre, F. X., 75 Sussex. 

Laporte, Victor, Bideau near King, 

Larivi^re, B. Bernard, Hotel du Canada, Old College, Sussex. 

Leblano, Pierre, St. Patrick, bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Lemon, Arthur J., Wright House, Hull Landing, C. E. 

Litle, Hardv, 21 and 23 York. 

Longlois, iidward, s s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

McAmmond, John, 239 Wellington. 

McGee, F., St. Patrick. 

MoMaster, D., York. 

Market Hotel, Wm. O'Connor proprietor, 52 York. 

Martineau, J. Bte., n s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Mathews, Thomas, Bideau oor Ottawa. 

Metropolitan, James McKenua, proprietor, 66 Sparks. 

Montgomery, James, 174 and 176 Wellington. 

Montreal House, J. Bte. Parent, Church bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Nagle, Biohard, Sussex cor Clarence. 

Nolan, Moses, s s Murray bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 

O'Connor, Wm., 52 York. 

O'Meara, P., George cor William. 

Parent, Narcisse, Quebec Hotel, 37 Sussex. 

Perault, Bellini, St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Piohette, Theodore, St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 

Pinard, 0., Clarence. 

Quebec Hotel, Narcisse Parent, proprietor, 37 Sussex. 

Qninn, Patrick, 110 Wellington. 

Rideau Hotel, W. J. Louoks, proprietor, 46 Bideau. 

Riopell, Andr4, Church bet Dalhousie & Sussex. 

Roy, Augustine, s u St. Patrick bet Dalhousie and Sussex. 

Roy, Damase, St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Russell House, James A. Gouin, Sparks cor Elgin. 

Salmon, Jas., proprietor, Salmon's Hotel, York bet Bideau and William 

Slocombe & Stevens, English Hotel, 66 and 68 Rideau. 

Stansfield, Louis, n s Murray bet Dalhousie and Cumberland 

Starrs, Michael, 20 Clarence. 

St. Pierre, Adolphe, n s Murray bet Sussex and Dalhousie 

Taylor, Alexander, 84 Clarence. 

Toronto House, Mrs. M. A. Trotter, proprietress, 71 Sparks. 

Touhey, Mrs., Little Sussex. 

Union Hotel, Alex. Taylor, proprietor, 84 Clarence. 

Union House, Elgin cor Queen, Geo. Armstrong, proprietor. 

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Victoria Hotel, L^andre Ghevrier, proprietor, s a Murray near Sussex. 
Whitty, James, " Hibernia Hotol," s s Murray bet Dalhonsie and Sussex. 
Wright House, Arthur J. Lemon, proprietor, Hull Landing. 

House Furnishing Ooods- ■ 

Esmonde Bros., 43 Sparks. 
Garth, Oharles, 25 Rideau. 
Meadows, H., & Co., 86 Sussex. 

Insurance Companies and Agents. 

^tna Idg. Co., Hartford, J. T. & W. Pennook, agents, 19} Sparks. 

British American Ins. Co., Toronto, Heubaoh & Coward, 17 Sparks. 

Cana'^a Life Ass. Co., Heubaoh & Coward, 17 Sparks. 

Canii ia Western Ass. Co., J. M. T. Hannum, agent, 19 Sparks. 

Clemow, F., 6 Elgin. 

Cochrane, John C. T., Elgin opp Russell House. 

Commercial Union Ass. Co., F. Clemow, agent, 6 Elgin. 

Durie, John, 10 Sparks. 

European, Life and Guarantee Society, G. H. Herrick, ag^nt, 3 Rideau. 

Friel, Henry J., York cor Sussex. 

Grant, D. M., Elgin, oor Sparks. ^ . 

Grist, Henry, 53 Sussex near York. 

Hannum, J. M. T., 19 Sparks. , 

Hartford Fire Ids Co., Hartford, W. Wade, Ontario Bank. 

Hcrriok, G. H., 3 Rideau. 

Heubach & Coward, 17 Sparks. : > 

Home & Colonial Assurance, J. T. & W. Pennock, agents, 19} Sparks. 

Imperial Fire Insurance Co., London, D. M. Grant, agent, Sparks oor 

Elgin. 
Life Association of Scotland, J. T. & W. Pennock, agents, 19^ Sparks. 
Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Co., Heubaoh and Coward, 

17 Sparks 
London Assurance, M. P. Hayes, agent, 77 Sparks. 
London and Lancashire Insurance Company, J. C. T. Cochrane, agent, 

Elgin opp Russell House. 
New York Accidental and Life Insurance Company, R. E. O'Connor 

agent, York oor Sussex. 
O'Connor, Roderick E., York cor Sussex. '^ 

Pennock, J. T. & W., 19J Sparks. 

Phoenix Fire Insurance Company, London, Johnl)urie, 10 Sparks. 
Provincial Insurance Company, D. M. Grant, agent, Sparks oor Elgin. 

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Queen Fire Insurance Company, B. E. O'Connor, agent, York .or 
Sasdez. 

Royal Insuranoe Company, Sfork cor Sussex, H. J. Friel, agent. 

Standard (formerly Colonial) Life Assurance of Edinburgh, H. Grist, 
agent, Sussex 2 doors north of York. 

Travellers' Accidents Insurance Company, Hartford J. T. & W. Pen- 
nock, agents, 19^ Sparks. 

Western Fire and Life and Marino Insurance Company, of England, 
Henry Grist, agent, Sussex 2 doors north of York. 

Iron, Steel and Metals. 

Hay, George, 24 Spai'ks. 

Isaac, Thomas, 45 Sparks. 

Marston, George J., jr., 234 Wellington. 

Starke, James, 24 Rideau. 

Wood, Wm. D., 88 Rideau. 

Workman & Griffin, 30 andSJ Rideau. 

Jewellers. 

{See Watches, Clocks and Jewellery, dealers in.) 

Jewellers, Manufacturing. 

Traunwieser, 14 Elgin. 

Junk Dealers. 

Hinchey, Thomas, 177 Wellington. 

Sharp, Joseph, William bet Rideau and George. 

Ladies* and Children's Underolothing. 

Dixon, T. H., & Co., 36 Rideau. 

Grilles, Mrs., s s Cathcart bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Land and Beal Estate Agents. 

[See alto jlgents, House, Land and Estate) 

Denison, Wm. G., Sparks cor Metcalfe. 

Grant, Donald M., Elgin cor Sparks. 

Hely, Fitzwilliam B., St. Paul near Little Sussex. 

Hard, Thomas G., off Nicholas bet Rideau and St. Paul. 

McLean, Hector, 19 Sparks. 

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Leather and Findings. 

{See Hidei, Leather and FindingB.) 

Leather and Rubber Belting. 

Hay, George, 24 Sparks. 
Ibaac, Thomas, Sparks oor Metcalfe. 
Marston, Geo. J., jr., 234 WelliDgtoa. 
Starke, James, 24 and 26} Aidoau. 
Workman & Griffin, 80 and S'i Bidoau. 

Livery, Sale and Boarding Stables. 

Buck, George A., Rideau near Mathews' Hotel. 

Buckley, Patrick, 54 Metcalfe. 

Stockdale, John, Queen rear of Russell House. 

Locksmiths. 

Booth, G. D,, 343, Wellington. 

Fraser, Andrew D., near Lower Town Market. 

Fiiedrick, T., William near Rideau. 

Looking-Qlass and Fioture Frames. 

Eaton, R., & Co., 7 Rideau. 
Gowan, H., & J., 45 Rideau. 

Lumber Merchants. 

{See also Saw Mill Proprittort.) .' ' ' ' , 

Atkinson, H. A., & Oo., 130 Sussex. 

Aumond, Charles, 43 Daly. ■ ^ 

Aumond, Joseph, 1 Rideau. , , , 

Baldwin, A. H., Chaudidre Island. ,' 

Batson, Benj., Elgin cor Queen. 

Booth, John R., Chaudidre Island. 

Bronsons, Weston & Co., Victoria Island. 

Burstall, Edward, off. 134 Sussex oor St. Patrick. 

Cruice, R. W., Elgin, over P. 0. Building. 

Currier, J. M., & Co. , Metcalfe near Rit^cau Falls. 

Fisher, Benjamin, George bet Dalhousie rear Cumberland. 

Gilmour & Co., 205 Wellington. 

Graham, James F., Mathews' Hot( I. -'^ 

Graham, Wm., Township Gloucester. ' ' ; • 

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Hamittoo Bros., Susaoz bet Church and St. Andrew. 

Hannutn, J. M. T., 10 Sparks. 

McLaohlin, William, Kiohmond Road. 

Mooro, David, 67 York. 

Mooro, Isaac, Metcalfe, opp R. R. Depot. 

Xaglc, Richard, Bcsseror bet Chapel and Augusta. 

Ferley & Patteo, Chaudidre Island. 

Skead, Hon. Jaraes, M.L.C., Bridge eor Oregon. 

Slcead, Robert, Sparks west of Hugh. 

Soper, A. W., Bridge bet Queen and Oregon, L.B.F. 

Taylor, Wm., Montreal, L.B.F. 

Tobin, Mosea E., George bet William and Dalhouaio. 

Young, Levi, Victoria Island. 

Maohinists- 

(See Founders and Machinists) 

Marble Works. 

McFarlane, Wm., 137 Rideau. 
Mills, W. J. <s A. K., 18 Sparks. 
Painter & Taylor, Albert, opp City Hall. 

Mattress Manufacturers. 

Alexander, Wm., Duke bet Lloyd and Bridge. 
Vaughan, J. J., & Co., (patent,; 190 Wellington. 

Herohant Tailors and Clothiers. 

Caldwell, J. F., & Co., 74 Sussex. , , j. 
Cawest, Alfred, 55 Rideau. 
Egleson, P. A., 48 Sussex. 
Gaffney, Barney, 116 Sussex. 
Godwin, Jeremiah, 72 Clarence. 
Grace, Pierce, Kent near Wellington. 
Grier, Wm., 69 Sussex. 
Langford, Abraham, John cor Vittoria. 
Lapierre, Romuald, 106 Sussex. 
McCarthy, J., Queen cor Elgin. 
Manchester, David, 73 Sparks. 
Martineau, Eugene, 65 and 67 Sussex. 
Mowat, Alex, 30 Sussex. 
Mullen, Bernard, 32 Sparks. 

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Prud'homme, J. T., 96 Sussex. 

Raitt, George, 220 Wolliagton. 

Kaitt, James, 250 WellingtoD. 

RoberteoD & Rowaell, 12 Sparks. 

Sutherland, Wm., 61 Rideau. 

Traversy, Isidore L., 82 Sussex. 

Walton, Fostus, 41} Sparks. 

Millinen and Dealers in Millinery Ooode. 

(See alto Dry Ooodt, MUlmery, ^c.) 

Bullock, Mrs., 01 York. 

Evans, Miss Naomi, 63 York near William. 

Evans, the Misses, 255 Wellington bet Bank and Kent. 

Hetherington, Mrs. & Co., 82 Sussex. 

Maguire, Miss J., 75 Sparks. 

Minns, Mrs. 0., 178 Wellington. 

Powers, Mrs., 57 Rideau. 

Smith, Mrs; Wm., Sparks cor Bank. 

Switzer, Miss, 281 Wellington. 

Whillans, Miss, 49 York. 

Millwrights. 

Dowler, John, 145 Rideau. 

Esplin, Charles, n s Rideau bet Augusta and Cobourg. 

O'iver, George, Ottawa bet King and Nelson. 

Connor. 0. F., 108 Clarence. 

Newspapers and Publishers. 

{See page 30.) 

News and Feriodioal Depots. 

Barber, John H., 36 Sparks. 
Durie, John, & Son, 10 Sparks. 
Hawser, Augustin, 152 Wellington. 

Oculist and Aurist. 
Stewart, James Douglas, M.D., 15 Rideau. 

OfiQloial Assignee- 
Clemow, F., 6 Elgin. • 

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Faintera, Plain and Ornamental. 

Cole, Charles, Queen bet Lloyd and Bridge, L.B.F. 

Dty, Joseph, e s King bet Cathcart and Bolton. 

Eaton, R., & Co., 7 Bideau. 

Howe, William, George bet William and Dalhousie. 

Lang, James, & Co., 62 Sparks. 

McKay, Wm., 88 Sussex. 

Mathewman & Co., 4 Elgin. 

Ritoher, Bichard, Gloucester near Bideau. 

Faints, Oils, Colors, fto. 

Browne, James, 67 Sparks. 
Eaton, B. & Co., 7 Bideau. 
Hay, Geo., 21 Sparks. 
Isuo, Thomas, 45 Sparks. 
McKay, William, 88 Sussex. 
MaoCarthy, Henry F., 236 Wellington. 
Roberts, tfohn, 85 Bideau. 
Skinner, Joseph, 242 Wellington. 
Starke, James, 24 Bideau 

Fapev Hangers. 

(See Paint er$, tfc.) 

Faper Hangings. 

Eaton, B., & Co., 7 Bideau. 
McKay, William, 88 Sussex. 
Whyte, JamebG., 34 Bideau. 

Farliamentary and Departmental Agents. 

Beloourt & Co., 86 Sussex. 

Ghesley, E. J., 11 Metcalfe. 

Denison, W. G., Sparks cor Metoalfo. 

Gibb, H. J., 22 Metcalfe cor Sparks. 

Orist, Henry, 53 Sussex. 

Kelly, J. H., Sussex. 

Pennook, J. T. & W., 19^ Sparks. 



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Grist, Henry, Sussex, 2 doors n of York. 
Pennock, J. T. & W., 19i Sparks. 

Photographic Artists. 

Eastman, R., 13 York. 
MoComb, W. & G., 16 Rideau. 
Spencer, E., 24 Sparks. 
Stiff & Gregory, 56 Sparks. 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Beaubien, Cleophas, M.D,, off. 130 York near Cumberland. 

Codd, Alfred, M.D., ofi. 271 Rideau. 

Dorion, Edmond, M.D., Clarence, bet Dalhousie and Cumberland. 

Garvey, Joseph, M.D., 15 Rideau. 

Grant, James A., M.B., 64 Rideau. 

Henry, Wm. J., M.D., off. 150 Wellington. 

Hill, Hamnett, M.D., Richmond Road. 

Leggo, Christopher, AI.D., 49 Sparks. 

Logan, George, M.D., (^Homoeopathist,) 17 Elgin. 

Macdonell, ^neas, M.D., 98 Rideau. 

McGillivray, Donald, M.D., 128 Wellington. 

Mackenzie, Andrew, M.D., off Bank bet Wellington and Viltoria. 

McLaurin, John, M.D., Bank bet Sparks and Queen. 

Mount, Henry, M.D., Hamilton's Hotel. 

O'Reilly, Anthony, M.D., 16 York. 

Riel, E. R. E., M.D., 128 Sussex. 

Robillard, A., M.D., 11 York. 

Rose, George S., M.D., 291 Wellington bet Vittoria and Water. 

St. Jean, Pierre, M.D., St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Stewart, James Douglas, M.D., (Oculist and Aurist,) 15 Rr'eau. 

Sweetland, John, M.D., off Rideau cor Mosgrove. 

Yalade, Francis X., M.D., St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 

Yancortlandt, E., M.D., 294 Wellington. 

Wolff, James F. W., M.D,, off Albert cor Elgin. 

Wood, O. C, M.D., 43J Sparks. 

Picture Frame Makers. 

Eaton, R., & Co., 7 Rideau. 
Gowan, Jan^es, 45 Rideau. 

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Gowan, H. & J., 45 Rideau. 
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Filming Mills- 
Carrier, J. M., & Co., New Edinburgh. 
Law & Johnstone, Qaeen near Ottawa River, L.B.F. 
Peck & Gallup, Head, Ghaudi^re Island. 
Power k Son, Stewart near Canal Basin. 

Plasterers, Plain and Ornamental. 

Ardill, John, King bet Rideau and Parry. 

Beattie, William, Besserer near Augusta. 

Berry, Robert, 248 Rideau. 

Dunn, Edward, MoTaggart bet Dalhousie and Carleton. 

Dunn, Thomas, Gloucester bet Percy and Con. Line. 

Fink, Jacob, cor Park and St. Joseph. 

LoftuB, P. A., 199 Rideau. 

Morse, John, cor Cumberland and Stewart. 

Pipus, Geo., 275 Rideau. 

Beed, George, Queen cor Cathcart, L.B.F. 

Strachan, James, Maria bet Nelson and Edward. 

Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters. 

Friedriok, Theodore, William near Rideau. 
Garth,; Charles, 25 Rideau. 

Pork Packers and Dealers. 

Brown, George, 18 and 20 York. 
Evans, Samuel, 17 Rideau. 

Potash Manufiaotarers. 

Dunning, David H., Water near Rideau River. 
Dunning, S. W., Water near Rideau River. 
Dnnning, Wellington R., Water near Rideau River. 

Printers, Book and Job- ^ 

Bell & Woodburn, 31 Elgin. 

Ootton, George, 2Vmes office, 56 Sparks. 

Desbarats, George E., Sparks cor O'Connor. 4 

Duvernay Bros., 26 York. 

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Stewart, C. E., & Co., Evening Post, 26 Metcalfe s of Sparks. 
Taylor, I. B., Citizen office, 21| Kideau. 
Wilson, Andrew, & Son, Besserer or St. Paul bet Nicholas and Ottawa. 

Provinoial Land Surveyors. 

Austin, George F., Sparks cor Metcalfe. , . „ . 

Baldwin, Frederick A., 22 Metcalfe. 

Forrest, A. G., Richmond Road. 

Horsey, Henry H., 285 Rideau. 

Keefer, Thos. C, New Edinburgh. 

O'Brien, Godfrey S., Victoria Terrace, Richmond Road. 

O'Hanly, John L. P., Besserer, bet Gloucester and Chapel. 

Perry, George H., Sussex cor York. 

Porter, John, 86 Metcalfe. ' 

Russell, Lindsay A., Crown Timber Office. 

Sinclair, Donald, Biddy bet Bank and Kent. ' 

Sinclair, Duncan, Maria bet Bank and Kent. 

Slater, James D., Rideau Canal office. 

Sparks, Robert, Tp. Gloucester. ■ 

Swalwell, Anthony, sen., 75 York. 

Thistle, Wm. R., 22 Metcalfe. 

Provision Dealers. 

{See also Grocers. ) 

Brown, Alfred, 69 Sparks. 
Cantin, Charles, cor St. Patrick and Dalhousie. 
Cbarboneau, Vincent, St. Patrick bet Sussex and Dalhousie. 
Hurley, John, 42 York. 

O'Brien, James, 68 Sparks. "" ' 

Welch, Michael, Nicholas bet Rideau and St. Paul. 



Publishers. 

Cotton, George, the Daily Times, 56 Sparks. 

Desbarats, George B., Canada Gazette, Sparks cor O'Connor. 

Hunter, Rose & Co., Sparks opp Wellington Ward Market. 

Jonea, 8. 1., Evening Post, 26 MetoMe. ...r. ,. , 

Taylor, I. B., Daily Citizen, 2U Rideau. 

Wilson, Andrew, & Son, Evening News, St. Paul nr Ottawa. 

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Sweetman, J., Kent bet Wellington and Vittoria. 

Bestaurants. 

Goaldthrite, Samuel, Sparks cor Elgin. 

Grant, Mrs., George near Sussex. 

O'Meara, Patrick, George cor William. 

Qaeen's Restaurant, M. Kavanagh, Metcalfe cor Wellington. 

Shaver, John I., Parliament Building. 

Saddle and Harness Makers. 

Borbridge, S. W. & H. J., 39 Rideau. 
Heney & Co., 24 York. 
Montgomery, R, S., 59 Rideau. 
McMaster, Duncan, 41 York. 
Wright, Philemon, 240 Wellington. 

Saddlery Hardware- 
May, George, 31 Sussex. 

Sash Blinds, Doors, &c. 

Currier, J. M., & Co., New Edinburgh. 
Peck & Gallup, Head, Chaudidre Island. 
Power & Son, Stewart near Canal Basin. 

Saw Mills. 

Baldwin, A. H., Chaudidre Island. 

Booth, John R., Chaudi^re Island. 

Bronsons, Weston & Co, Middle, Victoria Island. 

Carrier, J. M., & Co., New Edinburgh. 

Law & Johnstone, (steam,) Ottawa River, end of Queen. 

Mason, Robert & George, Bridrre, L.B.F. 

Perley & Pattee, Chaudi^re Island. 

Taylor, Wm., Montreal, L.B.P. 

Young, Levi, Victoria Island. 



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Sohools, Colleges, &c. 

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School, Queen oor Metoalfb. AU the hnmches of & primary and 
higher English education are ^taught, as well as Mathematics and 
the Classics. 

Sculptor. 

ZoUikofer, Charles Emil, bds cor Metcalfe and Queen. 

Seeds, Dealers in. 

Austin, C, 41 Rideau. 

Browne, James, 67 Sparks. 

Garvey, Dr. Joseph, Bideau cor Little Sussex. 

MaoCarthy. Henry F., 236 Wellington. 

Massey. W. M., 28 Sparks. 

Mortimer, George, 41 Sussex. 

Roberts, John, 35 Rideau. 

Skinner, Joseph, 242 Wellington. 

Sewing Machine \gents. 

{See alto Jigtnte, Seuatg Maehitu.) 

Beach & Co., (Singers',) 62 ^rarks. 

Walton, George A., agent, (Wheeler & Wilson,) 37 Sparks. 

Shingle Mill. 

Law & Johnstone, Queen near Ottawa River, L.B.F. 

Soap and Candle ManufiMturers. 

Brown. John, York cor Cumberland. 

Raby k Tuck, shop Balhousie bet Cathoart and Bolton, Letter " 0." 

Stationers. 

Barber, John H., 36 Sparks. 

Cotton, George, 56 Sparks. 

Desbarats, George £., Sparks oor O'Connor. 

Durie, John, & Son, 10 Sparks opp Russell House. 

Duvernay Bros., 26 York. 

Hope, James, & Co., Elgin oor Sparks. 

Ross, Duncan, 4 York. 

Steamboat Agents. 

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WBSTS, BKADLEY A CABT, 97 Chambers Street, New York,i 
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Stock and Bill Brokers. 

{See alto Broken, Stock and Bill,) 

Pennook, J. T. & W., 19^ Sparks. 

Stoves, dealers in, and Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Workers. 

Bourque, Edward; 58 Sideau. 

Cordingley, Wm. Or., 27^ Sussex. 

Dorion, C. P., 60 Sparks. 

Enright, Mrs. Ann, 257 Wellington bet Bank and Kent. 

Esnonde Bros., 43 Sparks. 

FoiBj, Alexis, Sussex near George. 

Ghurth, Charles, 25 Rideau. 

Geimiun, Nazaire, 25 Sussex. 

Isaac, Thomas, 45 Sparks. 

Johnston, Michael, 258 Wellington. 

Kipp, Wilfred, Dmke bet Queen end Lloyd. 

Meadows, H., & Co., 35 Sussex. 

Mooney, R., 60^ Rideau. 

Norris, Wm., 138 Clarence. 

Peltier, Herrick, 70 Clarence. 

Riel, Joseph, S9| Sussex. 

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Superphosphate of Lime. 

Beach & Co., (agents,) 62 Sparta. 

Tailors and Drapers. 

{See Merchant Tmtors, etc.) 

Tanners and Ourriers. 

McCulIough, James, Park near Gloucester. 

Moisan, Jean Bte., Water bet King and Nelson. 

Rochester, John, jr., Rochester. 

Woodland, R., St. Paul bet Little Sussex and Mosgrove. 

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Tavern Keepers. 

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Theatre. 
Her Majesty's, John Townsend, lessee, 112 and 114 Wellington. 



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Tobaooo and Cigars. 

Belcourt & Co., 86 Sussex. 

Gelhansen, Joseph, 2^ Bideau. 

Nye, Lewis N., agent, 43 Sussex. 

Robertson, Alex., 16 Elgin. 

Boos, John, 26i Sparks. 

Zimermann, J. G., cor Sparks oor Metcalfe. 

Trunks, Valises, &o. 

Sorbridge, S. W. & H. J., 89 Bideau. 
Heney & Co., 24 York. 
May, George, 31 Sussex. 
Wright, Philemon, Wellington. 

Turners (Wood). 

Newell, George, Ghaudi^re Island. 

Smith, W. A. D., Cumberland bet Bideau and Besserer. 

Stookdale, Wm., & Bro., 99, 101 and 103 Bideau. 



Undertakers. 



Angus, B. & A., 11 Bideau. 

Can tin, Bte., Church cor Dalhousie. 

Swalwell, Anthony, jr., 35 Sparks. 



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Angus, B. & A., 11 Bideau. 
Bussell, Henry C, William near George. 
Yaughan, J. J., & Co., 64 Sparks. 
Whiteside & Walker, 65 Bideau. , 



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COUNTY CABLITON. 

Veterinar;y *Sargeon. 
Harrifl, James, rev 72 Glareooe. 

Wagon Makers. 

{Seeali» Carriage and Sleigh Makers, and Wheelwrights.) 

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Larrividre/P., w s Dalhousie bet Murray and Clarence. 
P«g6, Romaia, 45 York. 

Watohmakers, Jewellers, fto. 

Coates, William, 63 Sussex, 
arant, Edward, 821 Wellington. 
Kellogg, H. D., Duke bet Lloyd & Bridge. 
Kealy, Robert, jr, 33 Sparks. 
Leavens, IX R., 84 Sussex. 
Leslie, John, 27 Sparks. 
McGillivray, B. K., & Co., 24 Sparks. 
Smith, Jamp", 14 York. 
Sutherland, Jeorge S., 63 Rideau. 
Tracy, James, 19 Rideau. 
Young & Radford, 30 Sparks. 

Wheelwrights. 

Cross, John, Duke opp Lloyd, L.B.F. 

Joyce, J., Cathcart bet Queen and Ottawa, L.B.F. 

Townsend, Charles, neu Pooley's Bridge. 

Wine and Spirit Merchants. 

Arnoldi, King, 11 Metcalfe. 

Bate, C. T., & Co., 52 Sparks. 

Belcourt k, Co., 86 Sussex. 

Baohanan, James, 13 Sussex. 

Campbell & Co., 53 Sussex. 

Cantin, Charles, cor St. Patrick and Dalhousie. 

Chisholm, Duncan, 118 Sussex. 

MoCormick, Andrew, 63 Spark|. 

Patterson, Thomas, 26 Rideau. 



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QuioD, Hugh, Ottawa oor King. 

BobinsoD, J. G., dc Co., 45 Sussex and 50 and 52 Bideau. 

Sparrow, Charles, jr., 83 Sussex. 

Thompson, John, 27 Rideau. 

Wall, Wm., 73 Rideau. 

Whelan, Denis, 44 Rideau. ' -i ■ 

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AIWRIIU' — A post yillago, situated in the towoship of Fitzroy. 
. The first settlemeDt was made in the year 1844, by Joseph Howard, 

blacksmith. la 1856 the post office was established. The village 

contains one store, an Orange Lodge, has a daily mail, and is 81 

miles fromOttawa City. Population, about 50. 
Oranqi! Lqdqb, No. 30, L. 0. L., meets in Orange Hall on the first 

Friday in each month. \ 

T. Cavanagh, boot and shoemaker, and postmaster. 



A.$KHTO]V. — A thriving village, situated on the Goodwood river, in 
the township of Goulbourne, close to the dividing line between the 
counties of Garleton and Lanark. It was first laid out and settled by 
John Sumner. It contains two churches — Presbyterian, a stone edifice ; 
and Church of England, also stone ; and one common school, with an 
average attendance of about 40 pupils. Distant from Ottawa city, 27 
miles. Daily mail. Population, about 100. 

John Sumner, general merchant and postmaster. 



BEIiL'S €OR]VlSRS.— A post village in the township of 
Nepean, county of Carleton, on the Ottawa and Nepean Macadamized 
road, 10 miles irom Ottawa. The village has a daily mail — two stores, 
a good school and church. The church edifice is used in common by 
the Church of England, Presbyterians, and Wesleyan Methodists. — 
Population, 150. 



Abbott, Adam, general merchant 
Arnold, George, postmaster and 
general merchant 



Bell, Hugh, farmer 

Brown,E., bailiff 7th Division Court 

Brownlee, Wm., boot & shoemaker 



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Burnside, Ohristopher, blacksmith 
Corbett, Wm., ncn, hotelkeoper. 
CORBETT, WM., jr, hotelkoepcr 
Crowo, Robert, Bhoemaker 
Draffin, Richard, retired 
HARMER, F. W., clerk to the Cor- 
poratioQ of Nepean and clerk of 
7 th Division Court for the 
County of Carleton and collector 
of Tolls at Gate No. 2 of the 
Bytown and Nepean Macada- 
mized Road 



Hill, Samuel, blacksmith. 
Keenan, David D., teucher 
Lefleur, Andrew, wagonmaker 
Miller, Mrs., hotelkeeper 
Moodie, Robert, hotelkeeper 
Patton, Henry, cooper 
Pratt, Abraham D., school teacher 
Spittal, Alexander, blacksmith and 

wagonmaker 
Spittal, Robert P., carpenter 
Wilson : Rev. Richard, Wesleyan 

Methodist. 



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BVRRITT'S RAPIDS.— A flourishing village on the Rideau 
canal, in the townships of Oxford and Marlborough, and counties of 
Carleton and Qrenville. It has two first class schools, and does a 
good lumber business. Distant from Ottawa, 25 miles ; from Merriok- 
ville, 5 miles ; from Brockville, 32 miles ; and from Montreal, 140 
miles. Daily mail. Population, about 400. 



Andrews, Silas, lumber merchant, 
flour, grist & saw mill proprietor 

Brown, Thomas, hotelkeeper 

Caid, W., cabinet maker 

Campbell, R.O., photographic artist 

Campbell, W., J.P. 

Coad, James, carriage maker 

Coad, W., wagonmaker 

Collins, Denis, J.P. 

Conn, Hugh, general merchant 

Cowan, John, general merchant 

Depencier, P.T., saw mill proprietor 

Forrest, Rev. Chas., Ch. England 

Guest, Richard, tanner and currier 

Halfpenny, James, grocer 

Harris, E., blacksmith and grocer 

Healy, John, grocer 

Hurd, S., J.P. 

Johnston, — hotelkeeper 

Lane, A., blacksmith 

McNamara, Mathew, saddle and 
harness maker 



MEIKLE, JOHN, postmaster and 

general merchant 
Mills, Benjamin, carpenter 
Mills, James, shoemaker 
Mills, John, tailor 
Nichols, Abner, carpenter and 

wagonmaker 
North Burritt's Rapids Hotel, John 

Patterson, proprietor 
O'Brien, John, & Son, coopers 
Patterson, John, hotel keeper 
Patterson, James, bailiff Division 

Court, and blacksmith 
Proctor, George, wagonmaker 
Reeves, Walter, shoemaker. 
Shannon, Miss E., milliner and 

dressmaker 
Shannon, J., wagonmaker 
Shepherd, George, J.P. 
Waldo, F. L., dentist 
Williams, Rev. W. 6 , Methodist 
Woods, Isaac, shoemai^er. 



WESTS, BRADLEY & €ARY, 97 CUftQibers Street, New York, 



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CARP. — A poit Tillage of the towaship of Fitzroy on the Carp river, 
20 milea from Ottawa city. The village contains three stores, the 
usual number of workshops, three hotels, and a town hall. Mails 
daily. Population, 200. 

Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 439, meets at the Orange Hall, Carp, on 
the first Wednesday in each month. 

J. W. Featherston, general merchant and postmaster. 



DIAmOIVD. — A post office of the township of Fitzroy, 28 miles 
from the city of Ottawa. The post office is situated on the 7th lot, 
8th concession. Robert Walker, postmaster. 

LoTAL Orange Lodge, No. 57, meets in Orange Hall, 6th lot, 8th 
concession, Fitzroy, on the second Monday of each month. 



FITZROY HARROR.— A post village of the township of 
Fitzroy, on the Ottawa river, at the head of the Duchdsne lake navi- 
gation, on a small bay, dotted with beautiful islands. Near the vil- 
lage are the picturesque Falls of the Chats, which form eleven falls, 
and plunge perpendicularly to the depth of thirty-three feet. On 
the sc ith side of the river, directly opposite the village, is the Govern- 
ment slide, for the passage of timber manufactured at points hundreds 
of miles up the river. The village is bounded on the east by the Carp 
river, on the right bank of which the land rises to a considerable 
height, affi)rding a magnificent view of the surrounding country ; on 
tiie west, the Mississippi, a very rapid stream, enters the Ottawa by 
two branches. The facilities for |manufacturing purposes are most 
extensive, and the Ottawa and Mississippi could be made available for 
almost an unlimited amount of hydraulic power. There are three 
churches, built of stone : the Church of England, the Canada Pres- 
byterian church, and the Roman Catholic church. The Fourth Divi- 
sion Court is held here and at Riddle's Corners, alternately. Distant 
from Ottawa city, 31 miles. Population, about 200. 

Loyal Orange Lodxie, No. 541, meets at the Orange Hall, on the 
first Friday in each month. 



BAIRD, DAN., general merchant 
CAMPELL, WM., hotel keeper 

and wharfinger 
Christie, Henry, blacksmith 
Cockburn, Wm., carpenter 



COPPS, MICHAEL, grist mills 
Cowan, George, teacher 
DUBARD, L. D., M.D., physician 

and surgeon 
Hawley, Andrew, sen., retired 



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HAWLEY, AND., jun. lamber 
manufaoturer 

Kerby, John, blaokumith 

LISTER, MORDECAI, tannery 

LEARMONTH, GEO., geu. mer. 
chant, grist and saw mill proprietor 

MoCudden, J., boot and shoemaker 

McDonald, John, retired 

MACLAREN, DAVID, dealer in 
dry goods, groceries, and hard- 
ware 



Nicholson, John, cabinetmaker 
ROBERTSON, JOHN, general 

merohaftt and prov. land surveyor 
ROBERTSON, JOHN, jr, man- 

ager, John Robertson 
Smith, Jas., boot and shoemaker 
SHERIFF, ROBERT, postmaster 
SOMERVILLE, WM., general 

merchant 
Teavens, John, hotel keeper 
Work, James, boot and shoemaker. 



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HAZIiEmS/klV. — A small post village, situated in the towoBhip | 
of Gouibourne. The village contains one general store ; one common 
school, with an average attendance of twenty-four pupils ; and one | 
church, used in common by the Church of England, Presbyterians, 
and Wesleyan Methodists. Distant from Ottawa, 13 miles, 
semi-weekly. Population, about 50. 



Anderson, D. M., postniaster 
Abbott, Adam, merchant 



Church, 0. H.,M.D., physician ond 
surgeon. 



HOIilMES' CORlVfiRI^.—A small settlement on the third line 
of the township of Huntley. There are two churches here, the 
Church of England and the established Church of Scotland ; a good 
school, with an average attendance of forty-five pupils ; an Jiotel, kept 
by John Holmes, and a general store. Distant flrom Ottawa oity, 
about 26 miles. 



HVBBELL'S VAIjJL»,—A village in the township of Fitzroy, 
on ^he Misssssippi river, afc what is called Hubbell's Falls. The river 
here has a fall of twenty feet. The Post Office was established in 
1850, i»4 is kept at Riddle's or Mohr's Comers, half-a-mile distant; 
Jwmtm Riddle, postmaster. It contains an excellent school, with ao 
average attendance of forty-five pupils. Distant from Ottawa city, 
33 miles. Mails daily. Population, 200. 



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HlJ!f TIiEY.— A Post Offioe in the towDship of Huntley, 19 miles 
from Ottawa city; John Graham, postmaster. 



K.A.Wi^ (WeUington Village).'— A post village of the township of 
North Qower, on the Bideau river, 22 miles from Ottawa city, and 
one mile from the line of the Ottawa and Presoott Railway. It con- 
tains four general stores, and one steam naw mill, established by A. J. 
Sastman, in 1852, at a cost of 96,000, which has the capacity of 
turning out three millions feet of sawed lumber per annum ; a brewery 
owned by A. J. Eastman & Co., with a capacity of turning out forty 
barrels per week ; also a tannery, two wagon shops, a ooonerage, a 
good school, and a well kept hotel ; twoi churches — the Church of 
England, frame, erected by John Eastman, Esq , at a cost of 8800, 
and presented to the Ohurch Society ; and the Wesloyan Methodist 
church, frame, built at a cost of $1,500. Mails tri-weekly. Popu- 
lation, 200. 

Loyal Oaanqi LooaK, No. 620, meets in the Orange Hall, at Wel- 
lington, on the first Tuesday in each month. 



AULT, N. I., postmaster, general 
dealer in dry good' and groceries 

AULT, Z. G., prop. Wellington 
Hotel 

DUNN, HENRY, gen'l merchant 

EASTMAN, A. J., steam saw mill 
proprietor 

EASTMAN, A. J. & Co., brewers 



FERGUSON, STEPHEN, gene- 
ral merchant 

KERR, WM., tanner 

Montgomery, John, sen., grocer 
and farmer 

NEELANP, GREIG, general mer- 
chant. 



KEHlflOlttk — A post village of the township of Osgoode, on the 
Castor creek. 2& miles from Ottawa city, and 4 miles from Metcalfe. 
The villsg* was irst settled in 1840, and laid out by Peter McLaren. 
The post offioe was established in 1853, and Archibald Dewar ap- 
pointed postmaster ; the present ofiloial is Moses E. Tobin. It con- 
tains three stores, one flouring and saw mill, pearl ash factory and 
tannery. There is one church, Baptist, erected in 1858, of Irame. 
Mails tri-weekly. Population, 80. * 



Cowan, Mr., general morohant 
aiLLESIA, MICHAEL, general 
merchant & potash manufacturer 



MoArthur, Donald, blacksmith 
McDIARMID, JOHN, flour and 
saw mill proprietor 



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Tobin, Joseph A., hotel keeper 
TOBIN, MOSES E., postmaster 
TOBIN & BBENNAN (Moses E. 



Tobin & John Brennan)*general 
merchants 
Wishart. J.,& Son, carriage makers. 



KIHTBURIV. — A country post office, situated in the township of 
Fitzroy, 28 miles from Ottawa, on the telegraph route to Arnprior, 
and 24 miles from Bichmond village. There is a good common school 
in the vicinity, with an average attendance of 83 pupils. Mails daily. 

LoTAL Obangb LoDaE, No. 476, meets in the Orange Hall, on the 
last Friday in each month. 

Allan Fracer, postmaster. 



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IaONG ISIiAJVD IiOCKS.— a post viUage of the township of 
Gloucester, on the Bideau canal, seven miles from Gloucester station, 
on the Ottawa and Presoott railway, and 15 miles from Ottawa. The 
village was first settled in 1838, and the post office established in 
1854. The village contains two general stores, and the usual number 
of mechanics, &c. There are two church buildings here, one occupied 
alternately by the PresWerian congregation and the English Church, 
and the other by the Wesleyan Methodists. Mails tri-weekly. Po- 
pulation, 100. . , , 



ADDISON, W. G., look master 

BBAr, CHABLES, general mer- 
chant 

BUTLEB, MICHAEL, general 
merchant and hotel keeper 

CLOTHIEB, A. A., lumber mer- 
chant, carpenter and builder 

CUBBIEB, B. H., lumber mer- 
chant 



Davidson, John, hotel keeper 
DICKINSON, M. K., general 

merchant, flour and grist mill 

proprietor 
Fortune, Wm., hotel proprietor 

and tailor 
GAMBLE, MOSES, postmaster 

and general merchant 
SMITH, JAS., general merchant. 



MAI1A.KOFF. — A post office in the township of Marlborough- 
26 miles from Ottawa, and 3 miles from North Gower. 

Kerr, Bobert, hotel, and general | Pierce, John, postmaster, 
merchant. 



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]f[A]VOTICK.-^A post village of the township of North Gower, on 
the Bideau river, five miles from Kelly's station on the Ottawa and 
Presoott Railway, and 17 miles from Ottawa City. There is excellent 
water-power supplied by the Bideau canal. M. K. Dickinson, Esq., 
established the Long Island Flouring Mills at this point in 1860, 
which contain four run of stones, with four merchant bolts, and the 
capacity of grinding one hundred barrels of flour per diem ; the build- 
ings are substantially built of stone. The saw mill, built by the same 
party, keeps twelve men employed, and turns out about two million 
feet of sawn lumber per annum. Mails tri-weekly. Population, 100. 

LoTAL Orange Lodge, No. 477, meets in Orange Hall, in Manotick 
village, on the first Friday in each month. 



Boudrie, Denis, blacksmith 
DAVIDSON, ALEX., proprietor 

of Davidson's Hotel. 
DICKINSON, M. K., proprietor 

of Long Island flouring and saw 

mills, G. L. Parker, agent. 
Findlay, Alex., miller, Long Island 

mills. 
Harvey, James, carpenter 
Harvey, Wm., millwright 
KIRBY, W. S., manager of 



general store for M. K. Dickin- 
son 

MoCabe, Patrick, miller. Long 
Island mills 

Manning, George, cooper 

Martial, Michael, sawyer 

O'Grady, Michael, Manotick Hotel 

PARKER, G. L., agent for Dick- 
inson, and postmaster 

Pemont, Joseph, blacksmith 

Royce, Charles, carder. 



IHARATBOIV. — A post office in the township of Huntley. 

Samuel Woods, postmaster. 



IIARGH« — A post village, situated in the township of March, and 
county of Carleton. Distant from Ottawa City, the county seat, 15 
miles. Population, about 100. 



BERRY, W.H.&E., brewers 

Boucher, William., saw mill pro- 
prietor 

Graham, ^neas, saddle and hiar- 
ness maker 

McMURTRY, D., gen'l merchant 



MoMURTRY, Geo., tanner, saddle 

and harness maker 
MUNROE, D., hotel keeper 
PINHEY, HORACE, saw mill 

owner 
READ, T., postmaster. 



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mCiTCAIiFE (^Osgoode Post Office). — Aa important post village of 
the township of Osgoode, nine miles from the Osgoode station on the 
Ottawa and Prescott Railway, and twenty miles from Ottawa city. 
The village contains four general stores, an ashery, one wagon shop, 
Ave boot and shoe shops, three carpenters, &o. The 6th DivisioD 
Court is held here, at the Victoria Hall, a large and comfortable hall 
in connection with the Glasgow House. It contains also a grammar 
school, in a flourishing condition, and a good common school ; three 
churches, the Church of England, the Free Church of Scotland, and 
the Wesleyan Methodist. Mails daily. Population, 250. 

LoTAL Oaanob Lodge, No. 205, meets on the second Tuesday in each 
month. 

LoTAL Orange Lodoe, No. 688, meets on the first Tuesday in each 
month. 

Mktoalfb Grammar School. — Ira Morgan, John Kennedy, Rev. Mr. 
Whyte, Dr. Joseph Allen, Adam J. Baker, trustees ; Rev. James 
Whyte, superintendent of township schools ; W. M. Elliott, M. A., head 
teacher; John Dow, jr., assistant teacher. 



Allen, Hugh, jr., deputy postmaster 

and general merchant 
ALLEN, JOSEPH, M.D., coroner 
BAKER, ADAM J., J. P. post- 
master, farmer, township trea- 
surer and commissioner in B. R. 
Belongie, Anthony, hotel keeper 
Blair, James, butcher and assessor 
Blair, John, boot and shoemaker 
Bradshaw, John J.j carpenter 
CAMPBELL, WM. F., general 

merchant 
Carson, John, tailor and music 

teacher 
Carson, William, carpenter 
CLARK, WM., bailiflf and tailor 
Doctor, Wm., blacksmith 
Elliott, W. M., M.A., master of 
grammar school 



Fleming, Rev. Mr., Church of Eng. 

Galbraith, Archibald, hatter 

Imley, Andrew, boot and shoe- 
maker 

Ivesson, Timothy, saddle and har- 
ness maker 

KENNEDY, JOHN, township 
clerk, presid. Co. Russell agri- 
cultural society 

Kennedy, Jno., jr., lumber merch't. I 

LAWSON, ANDREW, proprietoi 
Glasgow House. 

McCORMICK, HUGH, township I 
collector and dealer in provisions | 

McDonald, Daniel, musician 

MoDoagall, Peter, M.D., physiciao I 
and surgeon 

McKeown, Robert, boot and shoe- 
maker 



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MoMILLEN, ZACHARIAH, jr., 

farmer 
MoPhdirsoa, Charles, blacksmith 
itfajhew, Benjamin, cooper 
MORGAN, IRA, J. P., clerk 6th 

division court, commissioner in 

MORGAN, WM. W., retired 
Fendergast, John, boot and shoe- 
maker 
Porter, James, mason 



Slight, Rev. John, Wes. Methodist 
STRINGER, WM., tanner and 

currier 
Sweeney, Michael & John, boot 

and shoemakers 
WALLACE, WM. <» JAS., gone^ 

ral merchants and potash manu< 

faoturers 
WATSON, SOUTHWELL, boot 

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mOHB, OR RIDDLE'S COUmBVLH— (Post office, Hub- 
belFs FaUs.^ — A post village in the township of Fitzroy, on the 
Mississippi riverj five miles from Arnprior, on the Brockville and 
Ottawa Railway, and thirty-two miles from Ottawa City. The village 
T)1ot was laid out in 1852, by James Ritchie, P.L.S., for Charles 
. i ", who is engaged heavily in the lumber trade, and also owns the 
* uy Hotel, a large and commodious house. The village contains 
utto general stores, an excellent school, with an average attendance of 
forty-five pupils, under the charge of Richard Foster, one cooperage, 
besides a number of mechanics. Population, 100. 



BLAIR, WILSON, gen'l merch'nt 
MOHR, CH AS., proprietor Fitzroy 

Hotel, and lumber merchant 
Riddle, J as., postmaster and farmer 



Shields, Alexander, cooper 
SOMERVILLE, THOMAS G., 
general merchant. 



1II17]¥STI!R* — A post office in the township of Goulbourne. 
Thomas Tubman, postmaster. 



IVORTH GOWER.— A post village of the township of North 
Qower, 6 miles from Osgoode Station, on the Ottawa and Frescott 
Railway, and 22 miles from Ottawa City. It is situated on Stephens' 
Creek, in the centre of a rich and well-cultivated section of the 
county. The village contains four general stores, two wagon shops, 
five boot and shoe shops, with representatives of the other mechanical 
trades. There are three churches, viz., the Church of England, Rev. 

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Mr. Merritt, rector ; the Wesleyan Methodist, Bev. Wm. M . Pattjson, 
miDister ; and the Canada Presbyterian Ohuroh, Bev. Wm: Lochead, 
minister. There is a first class school, with an average attendance of 
forty-eight pupils. The 5th Division Courts are held here ; William 
Cowan, clerk. 

NORTH GOWIJE, DISTRICT NO. 3, I.O.L. 

LoTAL Orange Lodge, No. 52, meets in Orange Hall, on the Ist line 

of North Gower, on the first Wednesday in each month. 
LoTAL Orange Lodge No. 53, meets in the Orange Hall, the 1st c>n., 

5th lot, North Gower, on the first Wednesday in each month. 
Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 59, meets in the Orange Hal), on the tov».. 

line, one mile west of North Gow&r Village, on the first Tuesday in 

each month. 
LoTAL Orange Lodge, No. 107, meets in the Orange Hall, on the Sth 

con. Marlborough, on the second Monday in each month. 
LoTAL Orange Lodge, No. 229, meets in Orange Hall, North Gower, 

first Monday in each month. 
LoTAL Orange Lodge, No. 271, meets in Orange Hall, on the 7tfa 

con., on the first Tuesday in each month. 
Lotal Orange Lodge, No. 371, meets in Orange Hall on the first 

Thursday in each month, at the 2nd con., Sth lot. North Gower. 
Lotal Orange Lodge, No. 561, meets in the School House at 

Pierce's Corners, on the first Friday in each month. 



Barr, Allan, cooper 
Burrows, David, farmer 
Beaman, Wm., carriage maker 
Callender, Alexander, blacksmith 
Conley, Thomas, tailor 
COWAN, WM., clerk 5th Divi- 

sion Court 
Craig, James, far'ucr. 
Craig, Bichd., boot and shoemaker 
Craig, Thomas, plasterer 
Craig, Wm., farmer 
CBYDEBMAN, ALEX., and 

Bioh'd Craig, tanners & curriers 
Drynen, Bobert, carriage maker 
ELLIOTT, WM., proprietor of 

North Gower Exchange 
Gilbert, ^neas, retired 



HICKS, JOHN, general merchant 
JOHNSTON, GEO. B., merchant 

and postmaster 
JOHNSTON, JAMES, bailiff, 5th 

Division Court 
JOHNSTON, JAMES, hotel 

keeper 
Kavanagh, Samuel, carpenter 
KEATING, GEORGE, general 

merchant 
KEATING, GEORGE, manager, 

M. Keating 
KEATING, MICHAEL, dealer 

in dry goods, groceries, crock- 
ery, &c 
Kerfoot, Samuel, photographer 
Keys, Lewis, cabinetmaker 



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McCartney, GEORGE, gene- 
ral merchant 

McCargen, James, farmer and p'xV 
inspector 

McEeown, Albert, saddle and har- 
ness maker. 

McKeown, Daniel, blacksmith 

MERRITT, REV. MR., Church 
of England 

MILLIKEN, WM., M.D., physi- 
cian and surgeon 



Murphy, Joshua, boot & shoemaker 
Neeland, William, grocer 
Fattyson, Rev. Wm. M., Wes. M. 
Pratt, Isaiah, boot and shoemaker 
ROCHE, W. P., M.D., physician 

and surgeon 
Wallace John, blacksmith 
WRIGHT, MARK & ALBERT, 

tanners and curriers 
Wright, John, boot and shoemaker 

and farmer. 



PA.IV]fEURE-— A country post office, situated in the township of 
Fitzroy, on Big creek, on the second lot in the second concession. 
Distant from Ottawa City, 25 miles. Mails tri-weekly. 

Ring, Jas., postmaster, carpenter, builder and cooper. 



RICH]flOI¥D. — ^An incorporated village situated on the Goodwood 
river, in the east corner of the township of Goulbourne, 21 miles from 
Ottawa City, and 11 miles from the Ottawa river. The village was 
laid out for the Government in 1817 by Colonel Fortune, and settle- 
ment commenced as early as 1818. This was a military point for a 
number of years. The Duke of Richmond, then Governor General of 
Canala, died here in 1819 from tho bite of a pet fox, in a frame barn 
on Cnapman's farm, about 2} miles from the village, on the Good- 
wood river. The village derives its name from the Duke of Richmond. 
For a number of years the trade and business was very active, but 
latterly appears to have deslined. It contains, however, several well- 
filled general stores, flouring mills and tannery ; a grammar school, 
building of frame, W; Houghton, master. Four churches — Church 
of England, built of stone, Rev. C. B. Pettit, rector ; Established 
ChuToh of Scotland, building of frame, Rev. Wm. P. White, minister ; 
Wesleyan Methodist, building of frame; and the Roman Catholic 
church, built ot stone. Rev. Peter O'Connell, parish priest. Mails 
daily. Population, 600. 

Goodwood Lodoe, No. 159. F. & A. M., G. R. C. — Regular communi- 
cations, first Tuesday in every month, at Richmond. W.M., George 

Keating ; S. W., Edward O'Rielly ; J. W., ; Chaplain, 

Rev. C, B. Pettit ; Treasurer, John A. Bryson ; Secretary, John A. 

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RiOHMOND Village Officers. — Reevo, John A. Bryson ; Oounoillors, 
Joseph Hinton, Thomas Lewis, Henry MoElroy, George G. Magaire. 
Collector, Robert Hamilton ; Clerk, Thomas Miller ; Assessor, James 
McLean ; Bailiff, Robinson Lyon. 



Baxter, Michael, saddle and har- 
ness maker 
Beattio, D., M.D., physician and 

surgeon 
Bennett, Mathew, blacksmith 
Berkley, Thomas, tailor 
BIRTCH, A. J., merchant 
Birtch, Thomas H., farmer 
Boylcs, James, laborer 
Brogan, John, carpenter 
BROWN, GEO., general merchant 
Brown, Thomas, blacksmith 
BRYSON, JOHN A., clerk Divi- 
sion Court 
Butler, Wm. H., postmaster and 

leather merchant 
Campbell, Alexander, plasterer 
Carron, John, miller 
Connor, James, wagonmaker 
COPELAND, JAS., hotel keeper 
Copeland, John, farmer 
Copeland, John, jr., farmer 
Copeland, William, jr., laborer 
Dempsey, Henry, carpenter 
Dempsey, Lewis, farmer 
Eamour, P., wagonmaker 
Elliott & Lytic, saw, grist, and 

carding mills 
Gordon & Co., general merchants 
Hall, Adam, shoemaker 
Hall, Robert, laborer 
Hall, Thomas, wagonmaker 
Hamilton, Philip, laborer 
Hamilton, R., shoemaker 
HEMPHEL, WM., tanner 
Hinton, Jos., gentleman 



Johnston, James, farmer 
Kilclyno, Daniel, pensioner 
Lauzon, Alexander, shoemaker 
LEWIS, THOMAS, general met- 

chant 
Lyon, Robinson, bailiff 2nd Divi- 
sion Court 
Lyon, Thomas, gentleman 
McCord, Wm., farmer 
McCrea, Samuel, tailor 
McDougall, Joseph and Duncan, 

blacksmiths 
McELROY, HENRY, general 

merchant 
McELROY, PATRICK, notary 

public 
McEwan, Jas., stage proprietor 
McGlinn, James, laborer 
McGuire, Georgo, farmer 
McGuire, Peter, laborer 
McLaren, John, general merchant 
McLaughlin, Andrew, laborer 
McLean, James, farmer 
MffVitty, William, farmer 
Matheson, Wm., farmer 
MILLER, THOMAS, shoemaker 

add town clerk 
Milligan, James, clerk 
Morrison, John, laborer 
Nelson, John, laborer 
Nesbit, John, farmer 
O'CONNELL, Rev. PETER, 

Roman Catholic 
O'Connell, Terrence, farmer 
PETTIT, Rev. C. B., Church ot 

England 



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Porter, Archibald, laborer 

RIELLST, EDW., hotel keeper and 
farmer 

Rielly, John, farmer 

Scott, James, carpenter 

Scott, William, carpenter 

Scott, William, farmer 

Short, Thomas, pensioner 

SHELLINGTON, WM., commis- 
sion merchant 

Spearman, Capt. And. 



Stewart, John, farmar 

Stewart, Thomas, shoemaker 

Tavlor, Andrew, farmer 

Tehan, Denis, laborer 

TpRNEY, JOHN, leather manu- 
facturer 

1 orncy, William, farmer 

Yaughan, John, laborer. 

WHITE, Rev. WM. P., Church 
of Scotland 

Wilson, Wm., shoemakor. 



SOUTH G£i01J€ESTEB.~A post office situated in the town- 
ship of Oloucester, 7 miles from Metcalfe. Thomas Stanley post- 
master. There is a good common school here, with an average atten- 
dance of 32 pupils. Miss Cameron, teacher. The Roman Catholics 
have an elegant stone church rV^isitation) built at a cost of $10,000, 
about one mile from the post office ; Rev. John O'Brien, pariah priest. 
There are also two missions in connection with the parish, viz. ; East 
Osgoode, a frame church, cost $600 ; services once a fortnight ; and 
Black Rapids church. Mails daily. 



SOUTH niARCH.— A post villi^e of the townsbip of March, 
situated two miles from the Ottawa river, and 14 miles from Otta .a 
city. It contains three stores, two hotels, a good school, with an aver- 
age attendance of 50 pupils, two church organizations ; the Church of 
England, Rev. John Butler, M.A., incumbent. The Wesleyan Metho- 
dists meet in the school house every Sabbath. Mails daily. Popula- 
tion, 100. 



BUTLER, Rev. JOHN, M.A., 

Church of England 
JDUNLOP, Mrs., general merchant 
LEWIS, WM. hotel keeper and 

farmer 
MoMURTRY, DAVID, general 

merchant and farmer 



MoMURTRY, GEO., boot, shoe 

'and harness maker 
SCISSONS, SAMUEL, postmaster 

and general merchant 
SHARP, ALEX. J., proprietor of 

March Hotel. 
SMITH, THOMAS, hotel keeper. 



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S(TITTSTILLE.— A post village, situated in the township of 
Gonlborne. The village contains one general store, one common sonool, 
with an average attendance of seventeen pupils. Distant from Ottawa 
City, 16 miles. Mails semi-weekly. Population, 100. 

LoTAL Obanqb LoDaK, No. 210, meets m Orange Hall, on the firat 
Thursday in each month. 

ARGUE, JOHN S., general merchant and postmaster. 



T0RB0LT01V.--A post office in the Township of Torbolton. 

H. Younghusband, postmaster. 



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WEST HinyiliEir.-'A post oSoe on the 11th lot, 9th conces- 
sion of the township of Huntley, 26 miles from Ottawa City. It con- 
tains a Roman Catholic church, constructed of wood. Mails bi- 
weekly. Population, 100. 



FENTON, JOHN, clerk of divi- 
sion court 
HORAN, EDWARD, postmaster 



Jackson, R., boot and shoemaker 
VAUGHAN, Rev. E., Roman 
Catholic. 



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WEST OSI^OODE.— A post village of the township of Osgoode, 
2^ miles from Osgoode Station on the Ottawa and Prescott Rulway, 
and 22 miles from Ottawa City. It contains two general stores, one 
steam saw mill, established in 1856, by John C. Bower & Co., at a 
cost of three thousand dollars, in which a sizteen-horse«power engine 
is used, and capable of turning out 800,000 feet of lumber per an- 
num. In connection with the saw mill there is an extensive turning 
factory, where table legs and bedsteads are turned out in large quan- 
tities for the trade. There are two schools in the vicinity of the po«t 
office, with an (average attendance each of about twenty pupils. 
Within a mile of the village there is a Roman Catholic church, erected 
in 1855, of wood, Rev. Thomas O'Boyle, priest ; and a Wesleyao 
Methodist church, built of wood in 1851. Mails tri-weekly. Popu- 
lation 50. 



BOWER, JOHN C.,& Co., (John 
C. Bower, Joseph Bower, James 
Porter and Andrew Blackburn,) 
general merchants and proprie- 
tors of steam saw mills 



BOWER, JOHN C, postmaster 

and councillor. 
CLELLAND, JOHN& Co., gene- 
ral merchants. 



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TOWNSHIP OF FITZBOY. 



Con. Lot. 

Aikins, George 7 13 

Aikins, Joseph 9 12 

Aikins, Robert 9 12 

Amm, Wm 12 12 

Amm, Mrs 11 21 

Anderson, Samuel 7 9 

Anderson, Wm 7 9 

Armstrong, Edward 9 1 

Armstrong, Christopher. . . 6 8 

Armstrong, John 4 10 

Armstrong, Robert 6 9 

Armstrong, Thomas 6 9 

Anstin, Thomas 6 16 

Austin, Wm 7 16 

Aylwin, G. C O&D 

Badham, Enoch A&B 

Bahen, Edward 11 19 

Bahen, Thomas 7 14 

Baird, George 8 5 

Baird, George, Jun 8 9 

Baird, John. 9 2 

Baird,John 6 15 

Baird, John, jan 10 1 

Baird, Samuel 7 10 

Baird,SamueI 9 2 

Baird, Thomas 9 8 

Barber, Richard 5 5 

Beckford, Wm 3 3 

Bishop, Edward 5 9 

Blair, James 4 22 

Blair, Wm 1 15 

Body, James 2 22 

Body, Wm 3 20 

Bowes, James 1 20 

Bowos, Thomas 1 20 

Bradbury, Wm 2 22 



Con. 

Bradley, Henry 10 

Bradley, John 12 

Bradley, John 11 

Bradley, John, sen 11 

Bradley, John, jun 11 

Bradley, Joseph 10 

Bradley, Joshua 9 

Bradley, Wm 10 

Brown, James 3 

Brunette, Leo 10 

Brunette, Louis 2 

Brunette, Moses 10 

Burke, John 11 

Burr, Joshua. 5 

Butler, James 7 

Butler, John 5 

Byron, Daniel. 11 

Campbell, Robert 12 

Carr, Wm 12 

Carry, Henry., 6 

Carry, Hugh 6 

Carss, Robert 2 

Cayanagh, Denis )0 

Cayanagh, Thomas 4 

Cayanagh, Wm 8 

Cayanagh, Wm . 7 

Cheokley , Charles 2 

Clarke, Patrick 11 

Clark, Thomas 2 

Cole, Walter 9 

Colton, Owen 1 

Conn, Samuel 2 

Connors, Charles 4 

Copps, John 11 

Copps, Joseph 11 

Copps, Michael 10 



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21 
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Con. Lilt. 

Oostelln, Matthew 3 15 

CoBtello, Michael 12 25 

Costello, Kicbard 4 17 

Costello, T homos 12 25 

Craig, Jait cs 11 25 

Craig, John 12 24 

Craig, John 10 ir« 

Craig, Wm 12 24 

Cromwell, J. M. O 1 20 

Croskery, Wm 6 10 

Crotty, Michael 2 25 

Cuiran, Michael 2 14 

Curran, Peter 2 27 

Curry, Patrick 4 2 

Curtis, Charles 2 2 

Curtis, James 2 2 

Dean, James 3 22 

Dean, Noble 2 8 

Dean, Wm 4 21 

Denis, Peter 3 13 

Devine, Andrew 5 7 

Devine, Patrick 3 6 

Devine, Bobert 5 7 

Dickson, J. B 4 20 

Dickson, Bobert G 18 

Dolan, James 12 18 

Donaldson, David 5 11 

Donaldson, James 5 11 

Donaldson, John, sen 5 12 

Donaldson, John, j an 5 12 

Doolan, Thomas 4 8 

Doolan, Patrick 4 10 

Dow, Donald. 10 19 

Downey, Thomas 4 11 

Dngeau, Andrew 4 10 

Duncan, James 12 12 

Early, John 9 9 

Elliott, John 3 17 

Elliott, Thoifaas 4 25 

Ellis, Samuel 1 9 

Ellis, Thomas, 1 5f 

Farrell, James 11 22 



Con. 

VeathcrstoD, James 

Veatherston, Kichard 9 

Fcatherston, Samuel 10 

Finlay, James 10 

Finner, Benjamin 3 

Finner, Chos 8 

Forbes, Andrew 6 

Forbes, James 7 

Forbes, John 6 

Forbes, John 5 

Forbes, William 6 

Forbes, William, jr 5 

Foster, Bichard 6 

Fraser, George 9 

Frazer, Allan 6 

Frazer, Donald 1 

Fraser, Thomas, son . ^ 7 

Fraser, Thomas, jun 7 

Fulford, James 10 

Fulford, John U 

Fulford, Peter 11 

Fulford, William 10 

Gallaghan, Denis 3 

Gallaghan, John 4 

Gallaghan, Michael 4 

Gallaghan, Patrick 4 

Gillan, Charles 2 

Gillan, Francis 2 

Gillan, James '-i 

Gilchrist, Samuel 9 

Goodwin, John 2 

Goodwin, Malcolm 2 

Goodwin, Bobert 2 

Gorman, John 9 

Gorman, Patrick 7 

Gorman, William 9 

Gourley, William 8 

Gourley, William 8 

Granger, Thomas ^ 

Granger, William o 

Grant, Allan 6 

Grant, John , 7 



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Cod. Lot. 

Grant, Robert 6 12 

Graham, 9 16 

Graham, John 10 6 

Greeley, P"*riok 4 20 

Green, George 8. 1 

Green, John 2 8 

Green, Michael 8 4 

Green, Moses 2 3 

Green, Thomas 2 8 

Green, Thomas 8 4 

Green, William 7 8 

Grierson, C 4 10 

Groves, John 5 11 

Groves, Jthn, jun 6 10 

Groves, Richard 5 7 

Groves, Thomas 5 5 

Haleran, Michael 12 14 

Halfpenny, Abraham '2 24 

Halfpenny, Joseph 4 10 

Hamilton, John 11 21 

Hamilton, Thomas 12 17 

Hamilton, Wm., jun 10 2 

Hanna, John 6 2 

Harris, Robert 3 10 

Henahan, Patrick, 5 17 

Henderson, Andrew 10 26 

Henderson, Alexander.... 10 25 

Herriok, Francis 2 18 

Herrick, James 2 18 

Her rick, Michael 5 21 

Herriok, Patrick 2 18 

Hertnan, Thomas 4 20 

Hervey, Robt 1 22 

Hervoy, Wm 3 27 

Hickey, Lawrence 1 25 

Hodgins, Benjamin 9 3 

Hodgins, James 7 3 

Hodgins, Thomas 9 1 

Hodgins, Thomas 9 3 

Hodgins, Wm 11 1 

Hogan, Thomas 11 20 

Hogan, Thomas 12 20 



Con. Lot- 
Holmes, Alexander 2 4 

Howard, Thomas 9 6 

Howe, James 2 ,12 

Howe, John 2 12 

Howe, John 8 25 

Howe, Robert 2 19 

Howe, William 2 12 

Hubbell, James 5 21 

Hudson, John 4 10 

Hudson, John. 2 1 

Hudson, Matthew 2 1 

Humphries, George 10 4 

Hunt, Charles 4 15 

Hunt, George 6 7 

Hunt, James.... 5 16 

Hunt, Robert 1 11 

Hunt,Thomas 5 13 

Hunt, William 5 15 

Jeffrey, James 7 14 

JeflFrey, John 3 18 

Jeffrey, Michael 6 16 

Jeffrey, Thomas 9 13 

Johnston, Martin 1 16 

Johnston, Robert 6 1 

Kelly, John 12 20 

Kelly, Patrick 11 28 

Kedey, Moses 9 16 

Kedey, Samuel 9 14 

Kilgore, Humphries 9 13 

Killian, Denis, 2 25 

Killian, Patrick 2 25 

King, George 5 20 

Kyle, William , 7 18 

Laflamme, Michel 1 17 

Lament, Thomas 3 23 

Landon, Heman 10 12 

Landon, John, jun 9 16 

Lang, Michael 2 15 

Langford, George 12 9 

Laagford, William 11 9 

Latham, Nathaniel 10 14 

Latimer, William 1 10 



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Laughiitii John, Ben 8 11 

Laap;hlin, John, juD 8 11 

Ltyidcr, llobort 7 8 

Lawson, Charles 1 7 

Learmonth, Qeorgo 9 22 

Lewis, John 12 16 

Lindsay, Bernard 2 6 

Lindsay, John 4 2 

Lindsay, Patrick, sen 2 € 

Lindsay, Patrick, juB 2 6 

Lillie, James 8 17 

Little, David 4 3 21 

Little, William 3 24 

Lowrie, Hamilton, sen.... 7 1 

Lowrie, Hamilton, jun.... 7 2 

Lowrie, Hewitt 8 2 

Lowrie, M. H 7 1 

Lowrie, Samuel 7 2 

Lunney, Edward 8 7 

Lunney, Hugh..... 8 7 

Lunney, Patrick 4 6 

Lynch, Patrick 10 19 

MoBride, James 10 17 

MoBride, John 10 16 

MoBride, Thomas 10 17 

McCarthy, Jas 8 21 

McClore, Thomas 3 23 

MoConnell, Robert 3 22 

McCormack, Thos 4 10 

MoCuan, John 1 26 

McCue, George 3 11 

McDermott, Bryan 10 11 

McDermott, John 11 24 

McOermott, Michael....... 7 16 

McDonald, Alex 9 20 

McDonald, Alex 8 18 

McDonald, Aroh 8 14 

McDonell,Hugh 3 12 

Mcdonell, John 3 12 

MoFarlane, David 10 25 

McFarlane, Wm 10 19 

McGee, Mrs.. 6 1 



Odd. 

McGenly, Robert 2 

MoGenly, Wm 8 

McGillis, Angus 2 

McGillis, Hugh 2 

MoGrath, Michael 8 

McGuire, James 5 

MoKibbon, Thomas.. 

MoKibbon, Wm., sen 1 

MoKibbon, Wm., jun 1 

McKilvey,Wm 3 

McLaohlin, Samuel 4 

McLeod, Duncan 12 

McLeod, Kenneth 12 

MoMahon, Michael 11 

MoMahon, Patrick 11 

McMahon, Timothy 11 

McMillan, Alexander 9 

McMillan, Donald 8 

McMillan, John 11 

McVeehy, James, 2 

McVicar, Archibald L 

May, Isaac 1 

May, Richard 2 

May, Samuel 2 

May, Thomas 1 

Marshall, Augustus 7 

Marshall, Thomas 8 

Marshall, Wm 8 

Miller, Abraham 3 

Miller, James 4 

Mills, James 7 

Mohr, Charles 6 

Mohr, William oBC 

Monforte, Richard 5 

Monroe, Francis 12 

Jyionroe, John H 12 

Monroe, W.H... 12 

Mooney, Benjamin 8 

Mooney, James 8 

Moore, Wm 9 

Moran, Francis 6 

Moran, John 1 



WESTS, BBADLEY & CABY, 97 Cbambei^ Street, New York, 
DUPLEX ELUPTIG SKIBTS.— For sale by all first-class Dry I 



Lot. 




11 


Moran, 


9 


Moreh( 


22 


Morehf 


22 


Morehc 


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iMoreto 


24 


Murphy 


20 


Murpb 


12 


Murphj 


12 


Murphi 


22 


Nairn, 


15 


Neagle, 


14 


Neil. D( 


13 


Neil, Jt 


19 


Neil, Jc 


21 


Neil.W 


21 


Neabitt, 


7 


O'Brien 


S 


O'Donn 


If. 


O'Hara, 


1 


O'Noil, 


21 


O'Neil, 


24 


■ O'Neil, 


2;; 


Owens, '. 


21 


Owens, '. 


24 


Owens, 


I'O 


Owens, 


20 


Patterso 


20 


Peever, 


18 


Pigott, ) 


17 


Pierce, I 


8 


Poole, H 


18 


Quigley, 


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Kay, Sai 


21 


Read, N 


99 


Read, Sc 


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Richardfi 


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Richly, J 


3 


RiddelJ, . 


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Riddell, . 


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Riddell, J 


23 


Ring, J a 



OOUNTT OARLBTON. 



Coo. Lot. 

Moran, John 7 24 

MorchouDO, John 2 6 

Morehouse, Joseph S 4 

Morehouse, Wm 2 5 

Moreton, George 1 10 

Murphy, Arthur 4 11 

Murphy, Charles 4 11 

Murphy, John 8 13 

Murphy, Wm » 12 

Nairn, Thomas i 

Neagle, M. D 3 1 

Neil.Daniel 4 9 

Noil, James .;. 4 

Neil, John 4 10 

Neil,Wm 5 8 

Nesbitt, Robert 7 12 

O'Brien, Michael 4 IG 

O'Donnell, Neil 1 23 

O'Hara, Martin 2 17 

O'Noil, Francis 5 10 

O'Neil, John, jun 5 9 

O'Neil, Thomas 5 10 

Owens, Edward 4 14 

Owens, Edward G o 

Owens, Eobert 2 12 

Owens, William 3 11 

Patterson, James... V 8 12 

Peever, John 10 8 

Pigott, W.P 8 19 

Pierce,R 12 12 

Poole,Henry 11 20 

Quigley, Michael 4 IG 

Ray, Samuel 8 14 

Read, Nicholas 5 15 

Read, Samuel 11 3 

Richards, William 12 26 

Richly, John F G 17 

Riddel! , Archibald 6 19 

Riddell, James 5 18 

Riddell, John , 5 17 

Riddell, John M 4 13 

Ring, James., 2 2 



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Ring, Robert 2 2 

Ritohie, Jaa 1 18 

Ritchie, William 1 13 

Roach, Thomas 5 18 

Rogers, Wm 8 24 

Rorison, Basil G 4 

Rorison, Hugh 7 4 

Rorison, James 7 4 

Ross, Arthur 2 4 

Rowan, Nathaniel G 25 

Russell, Jas G G 

Russell John 1 19 

Sadler, Geo^e 11 19 

Scott, George 1 18 

Scott, Thomas . 5 5 

Searson, Richa' d 4 12 

Searson, Wm 4 

Shaw, James 1 

Shaw, John L 

Shannon, James 3 

Shannon, John 3 18 

Sheridan, John 12 21 

Sherlock, John 2 IG 

Shields, Alexander G 19 

Shields, Andrew G 19 

Shields, John 4 10 

Shiriflf, Alexander 10 22 

Smith, Georgo 7 13 

Smith, Isaac C 8 17 

Smith, Louis 8 17 

Smith, Michael 3 10 

Smith, Nelson 8 17 

Smith, Thomas 3 10 

Smith, ^. F 10 14 

Smith, T.'^um 3 19 

Somerville, Thomas G 5 18 

Sproule, William 3 11 

Startr.n, John 7 24 

Stanton, Martin 7 25 

uteen, Jas G 20 

Stecn, Wm 5 22 

SternsdorflF, Ferd 10 20 



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Stevenson, James 8 10 

Stevenson, Samuel 8 6 

Story, David 3 6 

Story, James 2 7 

Story, Robert 2 8 

Story, WilUam 3 8 

Styles, Edward 10 12 

Styles, George. 11 12 

Styles, John 11 12 

Styles, William 11 12 

Sullivan, Geo 6 13 

Sullivan, Thomas 6 13 

Sullivan, William 6 13 

Sutherland, Andrew 3 26 

Sutherland, Thomas 3 26 

Tait, Ralph 5 19 

Taylor,Robert 5 16 

Taylor, W. P 7 21 

Teevens, Bernard 11 10 

Teevens, James 11 10 

Teevens, James 10 10 

Teevens, John 10 10 

Teeveus, John 10 18 

Tripp,Francis 11 26 

Tripp, Harry 10 24 

Tripp, Henry 10 24 

Tripp, Robert B 11 26 



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Con. Lot. 

Tripp, Samuel A 11 27 

Turner,-JameB 8 18 

Wade, John 10 20 

Walker, Robert, sen 8 7 

Walker, Robert, jun 8 

Whyte, Andrew 1 

Whyte,JoLn 1 

Whyte, Robert 1 14 

Whyte, William 1 14 

Whyte, William 1 22 

Willis, William 4 24 

Wilson, Archibald 3 14 

Wilson, Alexander 2 14 

Wilson, Broughton 12 19 

Wilson, Charles 11 25 

Wilson, George 3 11 

Wilson, James, sen. 2 13 

Wilson, James 2 13 

Wilson, John, jun 3 11 

Wilson, John R 2 11 

Wilson, Peter 3 21 

Wilson, Richard 3 14 

Wilson, William 2 11 

Wilson, William 11 

Woods, Samuel 4 

Young, Samuel 9 



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Aby, Wm r f 6 

Aibore, Joseph of 1 

Alexander, James.... o f 5 

Allen, Richard of 2 

Anderson, Alexander.j g 

Anderson, James j g 

Anderson, James r f 6 

Anderson, Nicol of 6 

Ardell, Thos. H rf 6 



2f 


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12 f 


23 f 


10 f 


14 f 


11 f 


14 f 


2h 



Armstrong, Simon. ...of 

Armstrong, Thos r f 

Austin, Edward rf 

Austin, W. A., P.L.S.j g 

Baker, John A r f 

Barrons, M o f 

Baskerville, John o f 

Baskervillc, Joseph... r f 
Baskin, Philip o f 



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13 f 


1 


27 f 


2 


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5f 


4 


4f 


3 


26 f 


6 


13 f 


6 


4f 


1 


2f 



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.... 11 27 
,... 8 lo 
... 10 20 
... 8 7 
.... o 7 
.... 1 19 
.... 1 25 
.... 1 14 

1 14 

1 22 

.... 4 24 
. ... 3 14 

2 14 

12 19 

11 25 

3 11 

2 13 

2 13 

...... 3 11 

2 n 

... 3 21 
" ... 3 14" 

; 2 11 

... 11 25 
... 4 1 
... 9 5 



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27 1' 


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5f 


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4 


41 


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3 


26 f 


..of 


6 


13 f 


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6 


4f 


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2f 


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iilytbe, Alex 

Blythe, W r i o i 

Blythe, Wm r f 6 

Booth, Samuel of 1 

Bothwick, John o f 4 

Bothwick, Thos of 4 

Boucherd, Louis o f 1 

Bourke, Nicholas r f 8 

Bowes, Richard r f 2 

Boyd, Alexander rf 1 

Boyd, David of 7 

Boyd, James of 7 

Bradley, CIements....j g 

Bradley, William o f 4 

Brady, Michael rf 3 

Brady, Patrick, 8en....r f 3 

Brady, Patrick, jun....r f 3 

Brady, Patrick r f 2 

Bratton, Robert rf 5 

Bratton, Thomas rf 5 

Bremner, John....r f b f 

Bvennan, John, sen...o f 1 

Brennan, John, jun...o f 1 

Brennan, Patrick o f 1 

Brouse, Isaac j g 

Brouse, Joseph. ...b f r f 

Brown, James rf 

Brown, James o f 

Brown, John of 

Brownlee, John rf 



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Lot. 

12 f 

2f 

8f 

Ih 

3f 

7f 

16 f 

19 f 

19 f 

19 f 

6h 

18 f 
14 f 
23 f 

If 
23 f 

19 f 
19 f 

7h 
18h 

10 f 
14 f 

8f 
8f 
6f 
6f 
8f 
9f 
9f 

16 f 

17 f 
17 f 

25 f 
3f 

23 f 
24h 
18h 
23h 

26 f 
8f 

23 f 

11 f 



Brunette, Charles o f 

Burns, Edward r f 

Burritt, Ed., sen., part 4 

Long Island f 

Butler, Michael, general 

merchant r f b f 

Bycrs, Thomas r f 

Cahill, John r f 

Oameron, John o f 

Cameron, John, jr....o f 

Campbell, James o f 

Campbell, Robert... ...r f 

Carri(;an, Denis rf 

Carrigan, Michael r f 

Carriher, Michael r f 

Carriher, Patrick r f 

Carson, Archibald.... o f 

Carson, John of 

Gavin eau, William.... rf 
Champagne, Joseph. ..o f 

Charlebois, M j g 

Childs, Peter pf 

Christy, Charles of 

Clarke, John of 

Clarke, John o f 

Clarke, Nicholas, rfbf 

Clements, Robert o f 

Clerue, M of 

Clifford, fhomas rf 

Clothier, Alba rfbf 

Codd, Geo. & Henry. o f 

Collins, Alex rfbf 

Collins, John r f 

Collins, John rf 

Collins, Matthew r f 

Coombs, James o f 

Cooper, George rf 

Corby, Peter o f 

Cosgrove, John o f 

Cosgrc e, Joseph o f 

Cosgrove, Richard.... o f 
Cosgrove, Robert o f 



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1 
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1 
1 
1 

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I 
1 

4 
4 
1 
1 
4 
2 

6 
3 
5 
3 

5 
3 
2 



2 
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2 
2 
2 
6 
2 
I 
4 
4 



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Lot. 

17 f 
20 f 



25 f 

25 f 
30 f 
22 f 

22 f 

17 f 
24 f 
28 f 
28 f 
12 f 
12 f 

23 f 

23 f 
9f 
3f 

22h 

11 f 

24 f 
19 f 

18 f 

26 f 

12 f 
6f 
4f 

23 f 
28 f 

27 f 
9f 
9f 
9f 

15 f 

6f 

17 f 

13 f 
13 f 

3f 
2f 



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Oote, Baptiste o f 

Coughlan, John.. o f 

CowaD, David r f 

Cowan, Henry r f 

Cowan, Robert r f 

Cowan, William rf 

Craig, James o f 

Craig, Robert o f 

Craig, Thomas r f 

Croll, David rf 

Cuddie, Wm rfbf 

Cullen, Thomas rf 

Cummings, Robt., Island. 

Cundle, Joseph r f 

Cunningham, J., een. r f 
Cunningham, J., jun. r f 
Cunningham, John...o f 
Curran, Patrick, r f Gore 
Curry, Michael. ...b fr f 

Dagg, Richard of 

Daly, John r f 

Daly, Patripk, sen r f 

Daly, Pa trick, jun r f 

Dancy, James o f 

Dancy, Matthew o f 

Danoy, Wm o f 

Dansy, Delormo rf 

Davidson, Robert r f 

Davis, Evan rf 

Davis, Philip r f 

Davis, Thomas r f 

Davy, Edward r f 

Davy, John rf 

Davy, Martin rf 

Demarrais, Jos., cooper, 

New Edinburgh. 
Dempsey, Hugh r f j g 
Dempsey, James... r f j g 
Dempsey, Thomas. . . .i f 

Denis, Moses o f 

Denis, Moise ,...0 f 

Desjardin, Paul f 



Con. 


Lot. 


1 


22 f 


2 


11 f 


5 


16f 


4 


17f 


5 


16 f 


4 


16 f 


2 


24 f 


2 


24 f 


2 


20 f 


6 


18 f 


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21 f 


4 


9f 


5 


22 


3 


18 f 


3 


18 f 


6 


18 f 




22 f 




25 f 


3 


8f 


4 


29 f 


2 


2h 


2 


3h 


6 


16 f 


8 


lOf 


8 


lOf 


3 


3f 


1 


13 f 


5 


14 f 


6 


17 f 


6 


15 f 


1 


16 f 


1 


16 f 


1 


16 f 




14 f 




14 f 


6 


8f 


1 


17 f 


1 


17 f 


1 


3f 



Dewan, Morris r f j g 

Didyere, Frangois f 

Donahue, Thomaa r f 

Dowie, Alexander r f 

Downey, James r f 

Downey, William rf 

Dowser, Thomas r f 

Doxey, Abraham j g 

Doxey, Thomas jg 

Doyle, Brian r f 

Doyle, James rf 

Doyle, Martin Gore. 

Doyle, Moses 4 

DriscoU, (Tornelius, Long 

Island 

DriscoU, Daniel, Long 

Island 

Duncan, James r f 

Duncan, Thomas r f 

Dunivan, Martin rf 

Dunlop, James r f 

Dunning, David f 

Dunning, Levi j g 

Dupuis, Edward f 

Dupuis, Frangois f 

Dupuis, Hugh f 

Dupuis, Neue f 

Durney, John, sen.,..r f 
Durney, John, jun. ...r f 

Duruey, Patrick r f 

Eadie, George r f b f 

Eadie, Wm rfbf 

Eastman, Daniel H....0 f 
Eastner Alexander. ...0 f 

Eccles, Jas f 

Eccles, Jas rf 

Egan, Martin r f 

Ellis, James rf 

Esser, August r f 

Evans, Henry j g 

Evans, Samuel j g 

Evans, William j g 



Con. 


Lot. 


2 


22h 


1 


If 


5 


21 f 


3 


24 f 


2 


28 f 


5 


30 f 


3 


3h 




19 f 




19 f 


5 


23 f 


4 


24 f 


3 


21f 


4 


24 f 




2f 




5f 


3 


20f 


4 


22 f 


2 


15 f 


1 


18 f 


1 


If 




16h 


1 


2h 


I 


8f 


1 


3f 


1 


3f 


4 


29 f 


4 


29 


4 


29 f 




19 f 




19 f 


7 


3f 


2 


4f 


5 


9f 


4 


41i 


5 


24 f 


4 


13 f 


3 


3f 




20 f 




20 f 




20 f 



WESTS, BRADLEY & €ABY, 97 Chambers Street, New York, 
9VflM HUIPTIC SKIBTS,-For sale by all first-elass Dry 



COUNTY OARLEION. 



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g 2 22h 


f 1 If 


f 5 21 f 


•f 3 24 f 


•f 2 28f 


•f 5 80f 


•f 3 3h 


g I9f 

g 19 f 

rf 5 23 f 


pf 4 24 f 


re. 3 21 f 


... 4 24f 


2f 


ing 

5f 


rf 3 20f 


rf 4 22 f 


rf 2 15f 


rf 1 18 f 


of 1 If 


j g 161i 
of 1 2h 


of I 3f 


of 1 3f 


of 1 3f 


rf 4 29 f 


.rf 4 29 


,rf 4 29 f 


b f 19 f 


bf 19 f 


.of 7 3f 


.of 2 4f 


.of 5 9f 


.rf 4 41i 


.rf 5 24 f 


.rf 4 13 f 


,rf 3 3f 


j g ?-o f 

jg 20f 
jg 20f 


New York, 


8t-elass Dry 



Con. Lot. 

Farmer, John of 5 16 f 

Farmer, John ..of 5 16 f 

Farmer, John of 7 5 f 

Farmer, Robert of 7 llf 

Farrell, Michael... r f j g 22h 

Fenton, George rf 4 13 f 

Fenton, John rf 5 19 f 

FentoD, William rf 5 18f 

Fee, William of 5 18f 

Fegan, Michael r f 5 29 f 

Finley, Alex rfbf 28 f 

Finley, James rf 5 20 f 

Finley,John rf 4 20f 

Finley, Michael rf 3 12f 

Finley, William...rfbf 22 f 

Finn, Denis rf 2 4f 

Finn, Patrick j g 21h 

Fisher, John .r f 4 16h 

Fissette, Narcisse of 1 If 

Fitzsimmons, Sam. ...0 f 7 5f 

Fitzsimmons, Wm. ...r f 2 14 f 

Fletcher, James rf 2 Ih 

Foote, Jas of 5 13 f 

Foran, John rf 3 21 f 

Foran, Nicholas rf 3 2lf 

Foran, William rf 3 20 f 

Forsyth, James ..of 7 10 f 

Freeman, John rf 3 14f 

Freeman, Wm rf 3 15 f 

Gamble, Andrew r f 1 23 f 

Gamble, Charles rf 2 25f 

Gamble, David, Gore 6 16 f 

Gamble, John rf 1 24f 

Gamble, Moses.... r f b f 25h 

Gamble, Robert r f 2 25 f 

Gamble, William rf 2 27f 

Gavin, Rev. Richard. r f 2 af 

Gibson, Edward jg llf 

Gilhoustan, John rf 4 4f 

Gillespie, John rf 4 4f 

Gleeson, Thomas j g 26 f 

Gleeson, Michael. • • .j g 24 f 



Goodin, Robert rf 

Goodman, Peter r f 

Gordon, Benj o f 

Goslin, Severe o f 

Gonrlay, William o f 

Graburn, Christopher.j g 
Graburn, Ringsfort'i} . j g 
Graham, Marmcduke j g 

Graham, Alex r f 

Graham, Edward r f 

Graham, James, sen...r f 

Graham, John o f 

Graham, John o f 

Graham, W. M rf 

Graham, William j g 

Grant, John j g 

Gravelle, Lawrence... o f 

Gravelle, Louis o f 

Gravelle, Hubert of 

Gray, Wm of 

Green, Patrick rf 

Guerard, Basil o f 

Hacket, Andrew r f 

Hacket, Armstrong... r f 

Halfpenny, John r f 

Halfpenny, John r f 

Halfpenny, Richard... r f 
Halfpenny, Robert.... r f 
Halfpenny, Thomas... o f 
Halfpenny, William ..of 

Hall, David of 

Hall, David rfbf 

Hall, Henry o f 

Hall, Joseph r f 

Hall, Joseph rf 

Hall, Lewis o f 

Hall, Richard rf 

Hall, Thomas rfbf 

Hall, William .of 

Hannen , M atthew. . . . r f 

Hardy, Francis r f 

Hardy, William r f 



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25 f 

22 f 

23 f 
19 f 
19 f 

19 f 
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20 f 
13 f 

13 f 
15h 

22 f 

23 f 
2f 

20 f 

24 f 
22 f 

3f 
3f 

14 f 
8f 

24 f 

24 f 
2f 
3f 
8f 

25 f 
7f 
7h 
4f 
7f 
4f 

25 f 
7f 
25h 
14 f 
15f 



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Hart, Peter of 

Helan, Grcorgo ... r f b f 

Henderson, Jacob r f 

Henderson, Robert....© f 

Heney, Robert r f 

Herdm u, George.. ..j g 

Heron, A)e^... rf 

Heron, Ge Tge j g 

Heror;, Gilbert j g 

Heron, Thomas j g 

Heron, John j g 

Heron, Matthew... ....j g 

Heron, William rf 

Hill,Tho3 of 

Hitsman, John o f 

Holiday, Samuel of 

Holmes, David r f 

Holywood, Wm r f 

Hood, Robert of 

Hood, Thomas of 

Hood, William j g 

Hopkins, Edward.. ..of 

Hopkins, James o f 

Hopkins, Nicholas.... o f 

Hopkins, Robert o f 

Hopkins, Wm o f 

Howley, Michael, r f b f 

Hull, Joseph j g 

Hunt, William rf 

Huston, Samuel o f 

Huston, Wm of 

Huston, Wm o f 

Hutton, James of 

Ingraham, Robert.... of 

Jamieson, John of 

Joy, William o f 

Johnston, Adam j g 

Johnston, David o f 

Johnston, George j g 

Johnston, James, jr.j g 

Johnston, James r f 

Johnston, James r f 



Con. 


Lot. 


2 


12f 




24h 


6 


16 f 


1 


9h 


5 


6f 




12 f 


2 


26 f 




18 i 




21h 




17h 




20 f 




20 f 


4 


af 


3 


26 f 


8 


20 f 


1 


23 f 


4 


11 f 


5 


15 f 


5 


19 f 


1 


17 f 




9f 


•> 


19 f 


2 


19 f 


2 


19 f 


1 


18 f 


1 


18 f 




30 f 




19h 


6 


4f 


6 


10 f 


6 


12 f 


6 


10 f 


1 


25h 


5 


20 f 


1 


If 


4 


20 f 




17 f 


5 


20 f 




17 f 




17 f 


'3 


6f 


4 


26 f 



Johnston, John rf 

Johnston, John rf 

Johnston, Joseph r f 

Johnston, Kennedy... r f 

Johnston, Robert r f 

Johnston, Robert r f 

Johnston, William.... o f 

Kehoe, James o f 

Kelly, William of 

Kemp, John of 

Kettles, Charles of 

Kimmond, Charles. ..o f 

Kinney, John o f 

Kirwan, James r f 

Lafleur, Emile o f 

Lafleur, M o f 

Lafleur, Josep h of 

Lafleur, Joseph of 

Lafleur, David o f 

Lafleur, Reges o f 

Lamotte, Francis.. o f 

Lamotte, S o f 

Lang, George o f 

Langstafl', Andrew.... r f 

Laplante, David o f 

Laplante, Eric o f 

Laquea, Louis r f 

Larkin, John rf 

Larkin, Matthew rf 

Larkin, Michael rf 

Larocque, Edward, Gore 
Latimer, Jas. G,..b f r f 

Lavoie, John j g 

Lawson, William r f 

Leblauc, Charles o f 

Lecompte, Paul j g 

Lee, Robert rf 

Lee, Thomas r f 

Lee, William ,..r f 

Lennox, John r f 

Leslie, George ,r f 

Lester, Richard o f 



Con. 


Lot. 


6 


5f 


4 


23 f 


I 


26 f 


3 


25 f 


3 


25 f 


1 


26 f 


4 


7f 


3 


22 f 


2 


7f 


3 


10 f 


6 


16 f 


6 


15 f 




10 f 




22h 




221i 




4f 




16 f 




16 f 




16f 




22h 




3f 




2h 




241" 




15 f 




22h 




If 


2 


17 f 


2 


21 f 


2 


21 f 


2 


I8f 


3 


15li 




201' 




20h 


2 


10 f 


3 


24 f 




9h 


4 


22 f 


3 


26 f 


4 


20 {• 


4 


18 f 


2 


28 f 


9 


5 



WESTS, BRADLEY ir CARY, 97 Chambers Street, New York, 
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC |BKIRTS.-For sale 1>y All flrst-class Dry 









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Con. Lot. 


rf 6 5f 


.rf 4 23 f 


rf I 26f 


.rf 3 25f 


.rf 3 25f 


.rf 1 26f 


.of 4 7f 


.of 3 22f 


.of 2 7f 


.of 3 lOf 


.of 6 16f 


.of 6 15f 


.of 1 lOf 


..rf 3 22h 


.of 1 22h 


.of 3 4f 


.of 1 16f 


.of 1 16f 


..of I 16 f 


..of 1 22h 


..of 1 3f 


..of 1 2h 


..of 1 24 f 


L.rf 5 15f 


..of 1 22h 


..of 1 If 


.rf 2 17f 


..rf 2 21f 


..rf 2 21 f 


..rf 2 I8f 


}ore 3 15Ii 


frf 201' 


.,1 g 20h 


..rf 2 JOf 


..of 3 24 f 


•J g 9*1 


..rf 4 22f 


..rf 3 26 f 


..rf 4 20 f 


..rf 4 18t 


..rf 2 28 1 


..of 9 5 



New York, 
st-class Dry 



Liberty, Louis 

Lillico, James r f 

Lillico, Bobcrt ...r f 

Lindsay, Thomas o f 

Linfoot, John rf 

Linley, Walter o f 

Litle, Hardy j g 

Litle, Francis r f 

Lochead, M o f 

Lurges, Peter r f 

Lyell, Wm rf 

Mo Adams, James j g 

McBride, James r f 

McCardel, Michael.... f 
McCarthy, Donald.. ..rf 

McCarthy, John r f 

McCarthy, Wm r f 

McDonald, Thomas.... r f 
MoDougall, Robert.... rf 

McEvoy, James r f 

MoEwen, Archibald.. .r f 
McEwen, James, scn.r f 
MoEwen, James, jun.r f 

McEwan, John r f 

McGee, Denis, r f 

McGee, Patrick rf 

McGee, Terrance r f 

McGovern, Hugh r f 

McGovern, Patrick. ...r f 

McGraw, Patrick. r f j g 
McGregor, James...... r f 

McGuiggarn, J., sr., Gore 
McGuiggaru. J,, jr....r f 

McGuire, Byron b f 

McGuire,Joha o f 

McGuire, Philip j g 

McHarry, Hugh o f 

McKay David of 

McKay, James j c 

McKay, Wm r'f 

McKollar, Arcli i g 

McKellar, John o 1' 



Con. 
rf 4 
6 
5 
3 
5 
3 

6 
T 
3 
2 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
6 
4 
3 
5 
5 
6 
5 
4 
5 
5 
2 
2 

6 

2 
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Lot. 

af 

7f 

3f 

25 f 

26h 

10 f 

12f 

4f 

25 f 

8f 

22 f 

23 f 
10 f 

10 f 
5f 

11 f 
4f 

10 f 
19 f 

12 f 
4f 
4f 
3f 
4f 

27 f 

27 f 

27 f 

8f 

8f 

22h 

8f 

8f 

8f 

24 

25 f 

18 f 

4f 

14 f 

9f 

23 f 

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MoKenna, Bernard. . .r f 
McKenna, Hugh, sr...r f 

MoKenna, James r f 

McKenna, Wm r f 

McKenzie, John r f 

MoLachlin, Donald. ...of 
McLaughlin, John....r f 
MoPhail, Hector.. 0...J g 

McQuill, James r f 

McVeigh, Joseph r f 

Maher, John rf 

Manson, James ..r f 

Marlin, Hezekiah r f 

Marlin, Robert r f 

Martin, Daniel o f 

Mason, Hugh j g 

Meranger, Francis.... o f 

Miller, Francis o f 

Miller, John..... o f 

Minions, Stephen o f 

Mitchell, Charles o f 

Michell, Joseph rf 

Moodie, James. ...r f b f 
Foodie, Alex., Long Island, 2 

Moodie, Daniel if 

Moore, Alex u f 

Moore, Andrew r f 

Moore, P. H rf 

Mocre, James. r f 

Moore, John r 2 

Moore, Samuel '. f 

Moore, Thomas r f 

Morgan, James j ;t, 

Morrow, Thomas o l 

Moxley, James r f 

Moxley, John r f 

Moxley, Richard o f 

Moxley, Wm o f 

Mulligan, James r f 

Murphy, Daniel rf 

Murphy, Martin rf 

Murphy, Thomas r f 



Con. 


Lot. 


2 


7f 


5 


30 f 


1 


7f 


4 


80 f 


2 


10 f 


1 


25 f 


5 


13h 




3f 


2 


Ih 


4 


2f 


2 


27 f 


2 


25 f 


8 


5f 


6 


6f 


5 


15 f 




18 f 




3f 




22h 




22h 




3f 




25 f 




25h 




20 f 


d,2 


&8 


1 


20 f 


3 


26 f 


2 


26 f 


2 


10 f 


1 


Ilf 




8h 


2 


26 f 


2 


26 f 




22 f 


5 


16 f 


4 


6f 


5 


2f 


6 


20 f 


8 


7f 


1 


12 f 


4 


17 f 


3 


20h 


3 


19h 



exelusive manufacturers of J. W. Bradley's N)w Patent 
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TOWNSHIP or OLOnOESTERy 



Murray, Patrick r f 

Nasb, Patrick rf 

Noctor, M. W f 

Nolan, MicUael, Gore.r f 

Nolaa, Patrick r f 

No'hu, Patrick r f 

Nolan William ,t f 

Norton, Samuel rf 

O'Brien, John r f 

O'Brien, Kichara r f 

O'Connell, Edward.... rf 
O'Connor, Jamc8...rf j g 

O'Doonall, Wm of 

O'Douglierty, Geo. J.r f 
O'Dougherty, John ...r f 

(yMara, 'Darid rf 

O'ilyurke, 'fc(3ward....r f 
O'Hourke, Patrick.... r f 

O-'i le vie, James of 

Oglevie, John Ed o f 

Oglevie, Robert o f 

Oglevie, Samuel o f 

Olrastead, Gideon j g 

Orman,'John of 

Orman, Robert o f 

Otterson, John rf 

Paden, Thomas r f j g 

Paget, John r f 

Paqnette, L4on o f 

Peckham, George, Gore 

Persian, Baptiste of 

Persian, Emcrie of 

Persian, Gabriel of 

Phair, William ....o f 

Piper, Benjamin r f 

Potter, Harrison of 

Power, John r f 

Power, Matthew r f 

Power, Patrick r f 

Power, Thomas r f 

Prestly, Thomas o f 

Preston, James o f 



on. 


Lot. 


3 


19h 


1 


17 f 


3 


22 f 


3 


12 f 


3 


29 f 


4 


27 f 


4 


27 f 


G 


If 


I 


28 f 


I 


28 f 


I 


22 f 




23 r 


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18 f 


4 


23 f 


4 


28 f 


8 


llf 


2 


18 f 


2 


18 f 


2 


22 f 


2 


26 f 


3 


17 f 


3 


15 f 




6f 


7 


llf 


7 


llf 


2 


If 




12 f 


1 


15 f 


2 


3f 


3 


2Sh 


1 


2f 


2 


2f 


1 


3f 


2 


26 f 


5 


13h 


4 


18 f 


6 


27 f 


G 


26h 


6 


29h 


G 


28h 


1 


12 f 


9 


10 f 



Provost, Felix o f 

Proulx, Biiptlate of 

Pro'iilx, Fmn^oiK. o f 

Prtnils, .loi.oph o f 

VvwUXf AA.f<n...,. f 

VrcviUf LoriU",.i. I 

Pudoft., John.. V f 

Purdy, Wm o f 

Qninn, Martin ...r f 

Quinn, Michael r f 

Ralph, John .. .o i 

R^tiisay, Alex . , of 

Rathwell, Wm o f 

Reynolds, Tei . . •oe....r f 

Riobardj, Josepii c f 

Richard, X o f 

Richard, X o f 

Richie, Andrew r f 

Rivette, Peter o f 

Robertson, Donald . . . .j g 
Kobillard, Ant., sen... o f 
Kodgers, Thos. W....0 f 

Ro38, Wm r f 

Rousseare, E of 

Rowat, John r f 

Rowat, W., Long Island 

Rowat, Wm rf 

Roy, Baptiste of 

Roy, Onisime of 

Sabourin, Fran., 8en...j g 

Sabourin, Joseph o f 

Sabourin, L4on r f 

Sabourin, Ootavius . . . . j g 
Sansoartier, Hercules j g 

Savage, John r f j g 

Sebourne, John r f 

Seer, Joseph o f 

Seer, Louis o f 

Seer, Michael o f 

Seer, Michael, jnn....o f 

Severight. James rf 

Shanley, James r f 



Con. 
2 
8 
8 
3 
3 

•;j 

2 
3 
2 
2 
1 
5 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 

1 

4 
5 
1 
6 

6 
2 
3 

3 
4 



2 
2 
3 

2 
2 
4 
2 



Lot. 
2f 
If 
If 
If 
If 
If 
28 f 
9f 
Ih 

16 f 

24 f 

20 f 
3f 
6f 

22h 
23h 
10 f 
22 f 
2f 

14 f 
22 f 

15 f 
10 f 

8f 
12 f 

If 
12 f 

6f 

7f 

21 f 
2f 
af 

21 f 
22h 
15 1 

17 f 
27 f 

25 f 
27 f 
27 f 

6f 
9f 



WESTS, BRADLEY & €ARY, 97 Ohambers Street, New York, 
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRTS.-For sale by all flrst-elass Dry 



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8 

8 
3 

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2 
3 

2 

1 

5 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 

3 

1 

1 

4 
5 
1 
6 



Lot. 
2f 
If 
If 
If 
If 

If 

28 f 

9f 

Ih 
16 f 
24 f 
20 f 

8f 

6f 
22h 
23h 
15 f 
22 f 

2f 

14 f 
22 f 

15 f 
10 f 

8f 
12 f 
If 
12 f 
6f 
7f 
21 f 
2f 
af 
21 f 
22h 
15 1 
17 f 
27 f 
25 f 
27 f 
27 f 
6f 
9f 



Sharp, Charles j g 

Sharp, John j g 

Sharp, Peter of 

Sharp, Wm of 

Shehftn, Jeremiah r f 

Shore, Robert r f 

Sims, David...., r f 

Sims, John ...of 

Si^effingtoD, Michaoi.r i 

Smith, Alexander j g 

Smith, Alexander r f 

Smith James r f 

Smith James o f 

Smith, Robert o f 

Smith, Robert rf 

Smith, William.. ..*..j g 

Smith, Wm .j g 

Smith, William r f 

Smyth, Charles r f 

Smyth, William j g 

Sparks', Abraham o f 

Sparks, George j g 

Spears, Michael o f 

Spratt, Andrew r f 

Spratt, James r f 

Spratt, John ...r f 

Snroule, Henry r f 

Stackpole, Denis r f 

Stetham, Richard r f 

Stewart, Alexander., .o f 

SteTvart, Francis o f 

Stewart, John r f 

Stewart, John o f 

St. Jules, Louis o f 

Stratford, Francis rf 

Sullivan, Denis r f 

Summers, Lawrence... r f 

Surnlor, Wm rf 

Switzer, Joseph o f 

Taillefer, Alexis of 

Taillefer, Isaiah of 

Taillefer, Joseph o f 



on. 


Lot 




9f 




9f 


6 


13 f 


6 


14 f 


2 


8f 


5 


9f 


(J 


8f 




7f 


5 


28 f 




•I9h 


3 


If 


3 


If 


3 


25 f 


1 


6h 


6 


20h 




15 f 




19 f 


6 


11 f 


2 


13 f 




13 f 


2 


21 f 




8f 


1 


26 f 


3 


26 f 


3 


23 f 


2 


26 f 


1 


29 f 


5 


25 f 


3 


6f 


9 


11 f 


9 


9h 


4 


15 f 


6 


19 f 


1 


If 


1 


10 f 


1 


10 f 


2 


18 f 


6 


17f 


8 


8f 


3 


7f 


3 


6f 


2 


3h 



Taillefer, Louis o f 

Taillefer, R^gis of 

Taylor, Charles r f 

Taylor, David..,. .....j g 

Taylor, Joseph r f 

Teauseau, Isidore of 

Tessier, S o f 

Thompson, Daniel* . . . r f 

Thompson, David o f 

Thompson, John o f 

Thompson, Robert R.o f 
Thompson, Samuel. ...o f 

Tierney, James o f 

Tierney, John o f 

Tierney, Michael o f 

Tierney, Thomas o f 

Tompkins, John o f 

Tompkins, Peter r f 

Tompl^ins, Peter o f 

Tompkins, John r f 

Toole, John Gore 

Tremblay, Angus r f 

Tremblay, Nicholas... j g 

Turpin, H of 

Upton, William r f 

Yizina, Baptiste o f 

Walker, James r f 

Walker, Thomas r f 

Walkley, E rf 

Watson, Thomas of 

Welsh, Henry r f 

Whelan, Patrick j g 

Whillan, George j g 

Whillan, Robert j g 

Whillan, Thomas j s; 

White, George o f 

White, John of 

Williams, John o f 

Wilson, Charles of 

Wilson, H. L o f 

Wilson, Wardell...rfbf 
Wilson, William ..rfbf 



Con. 


Lot. 


3 


6f 


2 


3f 


6 


7f 




18 f 


4 


af 


3 


5f 


1 


3h 


5 


8f 


1 


25 f 


1 


25 f 


1 


25 f 


1 


25 f 


1 


11 f 


2 


18 f 


8 


If 


7 


If 


2 


14 f 


3 


5f 


8 


11 f 


3 


7f 




18h 




If 




9f 


2 


10 f 


2 


5f 


1 


2f 


5 


3f 


5 


af 


3 


af 


9 


5f 


5 


6f 




211 




10 f 




10 f 




10 f 


5 


11 f 


5 


14 f 


1 


23 f 


1 


13 f 


1 


10 f 




29 f 




29 f 



New York, ■ exclosive mannfactarers of J. W. Bradley's New Patent 
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Con. Lot. 

Wilson, Zaohariah....o f 1 8f 

Wood, Albert rf 8 5h 

Wood,H. 0.,P.L.S.rf 2 5f 

Wood, Jonas rf 3 16 f 



Con. Lot. 

Wood, Leonard rf 4 8f 

Woodburn, James of 3 19 f 

Woodburn , James, jr. .of 3 19f 

Yielding, Egar jg 5f 



TOWNSHIP OF GOULBOURNE. 



Alexander, Andrew 

Alexander, Wm 

Allen, Patrick 

Anderson, D' nald 

Anderson, James 

Anderson, James 

Arbuckle, Andrew 

Arbuckle, Job:; 

Argue, Andrew 

Argue, George 

Argue, George 

Argue, Jobn, mercbant... 

Argue, Aobert 

Argue, William J 

Argue, Wilson 

Armstrong, Andrew, sen. 
Armstrong, Andrew, jun. 

Armstrong, John 

Arthurs, James 

Atkinson, Henry 

Barton, Benjamin... 

Barton, John 

Bartou, Jobn 

Barton, Thomas 

Bassett, Edward 

Beemond, Andrew 

Bell, George 

Beemond, Jobn 

Beemond, Thomas 

Birtch, George 

Black, Jobn 



11 


23 


11 


18 


11 


11 


4 


2 


4 


5 


5 


3 


8 


21 


rs 


21 


9 


27 


9 


26 


9 


1 


12 


23 


9 


24 


9 


27 


11 


21 


4 


9 


4 


10 


2 


24 


11 


13 


8 


3 


8 


28 


8» 


28 


8 


15 


8 


16 


10 


26 




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12 


4 


12 


9 


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Bleeks, Jamos 

Bleeks, Tbomus 

Bleeks, Thomas 

Bobier, George 

Bobier, Gregory 

Bobier, John 

Bowman, Jobn 

Boyle, James 

Bradley, Charles 

Bradley, Jacob 

Bradley, James 

Bradley, John 

Bradley, Jobn, saw mill 

owner 

Bradley, Joshua 

Bradley, Bicbard 

Bradley, William 

Bradley, Robert 

Bradley, Thomas 

Bradley John 

Brady, Patrick, sen 

Brady, Patrick, jun 

Brenagb, James 

Brown, James 

Brown, James 

Brown, James 

Brown, John, sen 

Brown, John, jun 

Brown, Jobn M 

Brown, Robert W 

Brown, Thomas ..... 



5 
5 
4 

7 



1 

5 

4 

11 



11 

10 
6 
5 
5 



14 
14 
14 
11 



8 11 

9 13 



23 
17 

4 

28 



9 30 

9 29 

12 22 

11 29 

10 29 

10 31 

U 32 

9 30 

6 5 

5 9 

5 9 

10 11 

10 



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2 13 
6 24 



WESTS, BMDL£T & CARY, 97 Chambers Street, New York, 
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRTS.~For sale by all flrst-elass Dry 






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Con. Lot. 

IJrown, William 5 26 

BrowD, William 5 4 

Brownlee, John 4 ll 

Brownlee, John 1 24 

Brownlee, John 5 12 

Brownlee, William 1 12 

IJrownlee, William 1 24 

BuoLanan, Francis 2 11 

Burns, Mrs 2 13 

Burns, Thomas 2 13 

Burrows, George 8 29 

liutler, Benjamin 11 28 

Butler, Frederick 5 7 

Butlov, William 5 7 

Byrne, Andrew I) 21 

Carroll, John 10 17 

Cassells, Charles 4 4 

(I'rr.fi'ia, James 4 4 

Cassells, Thomas 9 26 

Cassidy, Michael 12 6 

Oathoart, Alexander 8 17 

Gathcarfc, Carleton, sen.... 7 17 

Cathoart, James ... 7 24 

Cathcart, Thomas 7 21 

Cathcart, Thomas H 7 17 

Cathcart, William 7 17 

Cathcart, Wm. H 7 H 

Cavanagh, Peter 6 13 

Cavanagh, Walter 7 13 

Cavanagh, William .5 8 

Chambers, Adam 10 7 

Chambers, Hugh 10 7 

Charlebois, Francis, black- 
smith ..i 12 23 

Cherry, Kobert 10 24 

Church, Dr.C. H 11 30 

Cleary, Daniel 10 13 

Ciose,Joh^ 5 16 

Colbert, John 12 30 

Colbert, Wm 12 31 

Collins, Arthur 11 1 

Connolly, Thomas. 2 10 



Con. 

Ooogan, Denis 11 

Corbett, Nelson 10 

Cosgrove, Edward 2 

Cosgrove, John 2 

' jsier, James 

Oowan, Andrew 11 

Coyle, James 7 

Ccyle, John 7 

Coyle, Wm 7 

Craig, James 3 

Craig, John •- 4 

Cr.iig, William 4 

Crawford, Hugh 11 

Crawford, John 11 

Cunningham, Eoger 11 

Cunningham, Timothy.... 11 

Curren, Robert 8 

Cuthbert, Wm. F 11 

Daly, Lewis 10 

Davidson, James 9 

Davis, Thomas 3 

Dawson, Francis 5 

Dawson, Samuel 5 

Delany, James 12 

DennisoD, William 10 

Devinc, James 9 

Dob%on, Kobert 1 

Douras, Daniel 4 

Douras, James 4 

Drummond, Duncan 9 

Drummond, John. 7 

Drummond, Samuel 9 

Drummond, William 11 

Dunbar, Thomas 2 

Dunfield, Jumes 8 

Dwyer, John 3 

Dwycr, William 3 

Eagleson, Wm 11 

Edmonds, Wm 3 

Edwards, John... 6 

Edwards, William 4 

Emery, Alexander 9 



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EDiff, Stephen 8 B 

Erwin, Wm .... 12 16 

KvBQS, George 5 19 

Evans, Henry... ... 5 10 

Evoy, John..... 8 22 

Falconer, Andrew ........ 8 29 

Fanning, Daoiel 8 1 

Farmer, Robt 5 26 

Featherstou, Jonathai:*.... 8 13 

Featherston, John 9 16 

Featherston, Robert 9 14 

Featherston, Thomas 6 17 

Fee, John 9 10 

Fee, William 5 5 

Fegan, James 10 18 

Firth, Joseph, t 19 

Fitzgerald, James 9 19 

Fitzsimmons, James. 5 24 

Fleming, James 8 1 

Fleming, William 8 10 

Forbes, John 8 15 

Ford, James 12 3 

Foster, Robert 10 28 

Frizell, Richard 2 9 

Gammel, Archibald 6 25 

Gammcl, Robert 6 26 

Garland, Andrsw 7 5 

Garland, Edward 2 7 

Garland, James .. 8 4 

Garland, James 3 1 

Garland, John 2 7 

Garland, John 10 5 

Garland, Richard 11 2 

Garland, Thomas 8. 4 

Garland, Thomas 7 4 

Garland, Thomas 8 5 

Garvin, Mcsep 9 9 

Garvin Robert..... 3 14 

Garvin, William 4 15 

Gilbert, Henry 12 30 

Gleeson, John 2 2 

Glover, William 9 1 



Cob. 

Gordon, Andrew 4 

Gordon, George. 3 

Gordon, John 4 

Gordon, Samuel 3 

Gordon, William 3 

Gordon, William 4 

Gtaham, David 7 

Graham, F 1 

Graham, John 3 

Graham, John 7 

Graham, John 7 

Graham, Ramsay, 2 

Grant, Robert 12 

Green, James 3 

Green, Joseph 3 

Green, Philip S 1 2 

Green, Thomas 2 

Greenan, Francis 9 

Hall, Thomas 8 

Hamilton, Alexander 5 

Handury, Michael 8 

Hanly, John „ 10 

Hanly, Pa^-iok 10 

Hanna, Samuel..... 1 

Hanna, Robert 1 

Harkin, William 5 

Hartin, Andrew 12 

Hartin, David 12 

Hartin, James 12 

Hawthorn, Patrick 7 

Ilealy, John 7 

Healy, Robert 6 

Healy, Talbot 8 

Healy, Thomas.. 6 

Healy, William 7 

Healy, William 8 

Henderson, James 2 

Hendereon, William 2 

Herron, Andrew 6 

Herron, C 6 

Herron, John 7 

Herron, Thomas, sen 6 



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HerroD, Thoman, juD 6 4 

Hewitt, John 7 22 

HigginsoD, William 5 8 

Hill, Robert 6 10 

Hill, William 5 1 

Hobbs, James 7 14 

Hobbs, Robert 8 9 

Hodgins, John 11 31 

Hodgins, Michael 10 20 

Hodgins, Michael 10 20 

Hornett, Philip 1 6 

Huston, Hugh 10 8 

Huston, William 3 10 

Jenkinson, George 10 13 

Jenkinson, John *10 9 

Jenkinson, Thomas 10 9 

Jenkinson, William 9 11 

Johnston, Matthew 8 29 

Johnston, Robert 12 1 

Kejs, James 1 10 

Kemp, John il 27 

Kennedy, Robert 8 1 

Kenny, Mark 8 27 

Kettle, William 12 28 

Klnkead, Alexander 9 16 

Kirkwood, John 12 4 

Kitt, Francis 9 18 

Kitt, John 8 21 

Lackey, Averil 7 24 

Lackey, Thomas 8 3 

Lackey, W.J G 13 

Laffin, John 3 4 

Lamont, John 9 1 

Langdon, James 10 31 

Larkin, Bernard 8 17 

Lawlor, Thomas J 2 5 

Lennin, James 1 1 

Lennin, James 1 2 

Leslie, William 12 14 

Leonard, Terence 1 6 

Leonard, Felix 1 7 

Lewis, James 9 23 



Con. 

Lewis, Robert 4 

Lewis, Thomas 4 

Lewis, Thomas, jun 8 

Ling, Thomas 1 

Looney, Thomas 10 

Lyon,R.E 4 

Lyon, Samuel 7 

Lyon, Thomas ., 2 

MoArthy, Henry 4 

MsArthy, John 4 

McCafry, George., 7 

McOafry, J nes, sen 10 

McCafry, James 7 

McCafry, Robert 7 

McCafry, Samuel 7 

McCafry, Samuel 10 

McCafry, Thomas 8 

McCafry, Thomas H 8 

MoCann, Hezckiah 11 

McCann, James 11 

McClinton, David 6 

McClinton, Hugh 8 

McClinton, William 4 

McClinton, William 6 

MoCoy,James li 

McCoy, William 7 

McCurdy, William 11 

McElroy, Patrick 3 

McElroy, Robert 1 

McEnally, Alexander 12 

McEnally, George 12 

McEwen, William .. 6 

McFadden, Abraham 8 

McFadden, Isaac 8 

McFarlane, Don Jd 6 

McFarlane, Jam«s, h ois .... .'i 

McFarlane, Jobs,. .,,... 6 

McFarlane, Pciti., 6 

McFarlane, William 6 

McGuire, James 9 

McGuire, Thomas 9 

McKenny, John 10 



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MoKiteriok, James 11 9 

MoKiteriok, Patrick 10 8 

MoKiteriok, Thomas 10 8 

M'lLaughlin Robert 6 2 

Mo<jeod,John 12 1 

McFherson, Patrick 9 15 

MoPhersoQ, James 9 15 

MoRae, Alexander 2 14 

MoRae, Donald 2 14 

MoRorie, Donald... 3 6 

McVeety, James 4 20 

Mann, Robert 8 18 

Mann, William, sen 6 18 

Mann, William, jun 6 18 

Martin, James, 1 22 

Massey, John 7 12 

Maxwell, John 4 26 

Mears, John 7 16 

Mears, Patrick 5 25 

Mears, Simeon.. 7 16 

MoflFatt, Alfred 9 21 

Montgomery, Hugh 4 10 

Montgomery, James 2 6 

Moore, John 9 20 

Moore, Robert 9 20 

Morton, John 5 15 

Morton, Lewis 7 3 

Morton, Thomas 6 16 

Morton, William 7 3 

Mulligan, James 12 31 

Murphv, Jas 7 25 

Neelin,'a 3 9 

Nelson, Alexander 3 19 

Nesbitt, John 4 23 

Nichols, James 1 12 

Niohois, John 7 15 

Nolan, James 11 20 

OBrien, Wm 11 22 

OCoifnell, Michael 10 1 

O'Connor, Jer 3 9 

O'Connor, Owen 3 9 

Pack, Mrs 11 23 



Con. Lot. 

Pack, James 11 28 

Pack, Thomas 12 

Payne, Thomas 6 11 

Pettit, Rev. C. B 5 24 

Philips, Thomas 4 20 

Pollock, Robert 1 21 

Poole, John F 11 2t 

Powers, John 7 16 

Pratt, Ephraim 8 20 

Pratt, Francis 9 20 

Pratt, Isaac 8 20 

Prestly, Henry 10 14 

Prestly, Robert " 12 

Purdy,£ha8 : 3 

Purdy, Menry 1 1 

Purdy, James 2 1 

Purdy, Robert 2 1 

Rathwell, John 8 22 

Reilly, Edward 3 16 

Reilly, John 8 6 

Reilly, Patrick 8 6 

Reilly, Thomas 4 14 

Robinson, Donald 8 1 

Robinson, Hugh 9 1 

Roe,Robert 11 26 

Rose, Thomas 11 24 

Rosborough, John 11 30 

Rutledge, John 6 6 

Rntledge, Thomas 5 7 

Ryan, John 3 7 

Ryan, Thomas 3 6 

Sample, Wm 4 11 

Boharf, Benjamin 11 32 

Scharf, James 12 33 

Scott, Archibald 7 1 

Scott, Hiram 4 22 

Scott, James 3 11 

Scott, John 3 13 

Seabrook, Anthony 8 19 

Seabrook, Joseph 9 17 

Seabrook, Richard 7 10 

Seabrook, Thomas 8 19 



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Seabrook, Wm 10 17 

Shaaaghan, Alexander.... 7 15 

Shanaghan, Edward 8 14 

Shanaghan, Thomas 7 14 

ShaonoD, Jamea, sen 8 13 

Shannon, James, jun 8 13 

8hca, John 4 25 

Shillington, James, sen.... 5 10 

Shillington, John 5 12 

Shillington, John 6 11 

Shillington, Thomas 5 13 

Shore, James 10 29 

Shore, John W 9 1 

Simpson, Alexander 3 19 

Simpson, Hugh 8 1 

Simpson, James 7 2 

Simpson, James.... 8 7 

Simpson, John 8 9 

Simpson, Joshua 9 4 

Simpson, Michael 9 5 

Simpson, Robert 7 3 

Simpson, Samuel 9 5 

Simpson, Samuel 9 6 

Simpson, Samuel 10 7 

Simpson, Samuel, jun 7 2 

Simpson, Thomas 9 5 

Simpson, William 8 8 

Simpson, William 8 5 

Simpson, William 9 7 

Simpson, William 10 6 

Smith, Foster. 8 24 

Smith, Isaac 8 19 

Smith, Samuel 8 8 

Spearman, John 8 25 

Spearman, John 10 27 

Spearman, William 7 25 

Spence, Andrew 2 2 

Stansell, Benjamin 3 

Stansell, Joseph 9 3 

Stansell, 'i homas 9 3 

Stansell, Wm. shoemaker. 11 23 

StapletoD, Thos. H 4 15 



Con. Lot. 

Stewart, Benjamin 8 1 

Stewart, Jacob 11 13 

Stewart, Neil 1 

Stitt, James 10 21 

Stoby, Peter 3 7 

Stone, Philip 1 23 

Sullivan, Daniel 12 8 

Sullivan, Jeremiah 11 4 

Sumner, James 9 1 

Switzer, Charles, jun 8 6 

Switzer, Martin 8 6 

Switzer, Valentine 10 2 

Sykes, Hiram 8 2 

Syke8,John 8 2 

Pykes, Wm 8 8 

Tainan, John 7 15 

Teonant, Thomas R 10 25 

Timins, Hugh 1 4 

Timins, John 1 5 

Todd, David 6 22 

Tomlinson, George 5 1 

Tomlinson, James 6 3 

Tomlinson, Nicholas 6 11 

Torrence, Robert 8 2 

Trimble, Andrew 4 10 

Trimble, Noble 4 10 

Tubman, Thoma? 6 10 

Turner,John 9 1 

Vaughan, Henry 3 15 

Vaughan, Thomas 3 15 

Walker, Isaac U 22 

Walker, Wm 10 22 

Weir, John 6 5 

Well wood, Joseph 8 30 

Whelan, Michael. 11 3 

White, David 11 6 

Williams, John 6 12 

Wilson, Archibald 9 22 

Wilson, James 8 18 

Wilson, John 8 19 

Wilson, John 5 5 

Wilson, Wm 9 31 



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Winchester, Edward 12 25 

Woods, James 3 8 

Woods, Patrick 11 2 

Wright, John 11 18 



Con. Lot. 

Young, John 11 31 

Young, Robert 12 30 

Young, Thomas 9 13 

Young, Wm..... 8 12 



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Alexander, L ,>.. 

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Alexander, Thomas 

Alexander, William 

Alexander, Wm., sen.... 
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Argue, Kobert 

Argue, Thomas 

Argue, William 

Armstrong, Edward. 
Armstrong, Edward. 
Armstrong, James... 
Armstrong, James... 
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Armstrocg, James... 
Armstrong, James... 
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Armstrong, Johnston 4 16h 

Armstrong, Thomas 7 19 f 

Armstrong, Thomas 7 22 f 

Armstrong, Thomas, jun. 4 16 f 

Armstrong, William 7 22 f 

Armstrong, William 6 20h 

Arthurs, William 12 2f 

Barton, William, jun 4 21h 

Barton, William.. 4 21f 

Beehan, Patrick 10 201i 

Biggs, Edward 1 8h 

Black, William. 1 3f 

Blackwood, Pr 3 18 

Boyd, Alexander 2 13f 

Boyd, Alexander 5 18h 

Boyd, Anthony 4 11 f 

Boyd, John. 3 13 f 

Boyle, William 10 24 f 

Bradley, Clements 1 7t' 

Bradley, John 5 26f 

Bradley, Samuel 2 11 f 

Bradley, Samuel.^ 5 26 f 

Bradley, William B. sen. 1 7 f 

Bradley, William B. jun. 1 6f 

Brenagh, James 9 If 

Brenagh, John .»... 10 If 

Brenagh, William 9 11 

Bridg'js, Samuel 12 13 

Brown, David , .. 5 14h 

Brown, James 9 18f 

Brown, John M 10 2f 



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Con. 

Brown, Thomas 9 

Brown, Thomas 3 

Buckley, Daniel 11 

Burns, jaaics 5 

Burroughs, George 1 

Burroughs, James, jun.. 1 

Burroughs, John 1 

Butler, John 3 

Caldwell, Forrest 3 

Caldwell, John 3 

Caldwsll, Samuel 3 

Cameron, William 8 

Carroll, John 4 

Carroll, Patrick 9 

Carter, James 10 

Casey, John 7 

Cavanagh, George 5 

Cavanagh, John, sen 2 

Cavanagh, John, jun 3 

Cavanagh, Michael 9 

Cavanagh, Michael 5 

Cavanagh, Richard 2 

Cavanagh, Thomas 3 

Cavanagh, William 4 

Chapman, John 12 

Clancy, Thomas 11 

Clarke, George 8 

Clarke, Robert 7 

Clarke, Samuel 6 

Cleary, James 11 

Collins, Francis 11 

Collins, Nathaniel 5 

Colton, John 11 

Connell, William 10 

Connors, Thomas. 9 

Corbitt, Hugh 11 

Corbitt, William 8 

Corcoran, Michael 9 

Coursey, Richard 3 

Cox, Joseph 4 

Curran, Jame.s 12 

Curtin, Cornelius. 12 



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19 f 
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16 f 

13 f 
16 f 

25 f 
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19 f 
18 f 
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26 f 
5h 

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21h 

20 f 
27h 
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Con. Lot. 

Curtin, Lawrence 10 16 f 

Daly, James 6 4f 

Daly, James 2 4f 

Delaney, James 11 22 f 

Delaney, James 8 21 f 

Delhunty, Thomas 8 23h 

Devine, Francis 9 20 f 

Devine, Peter 2 12h 

Doherty, William 5 9f 

Dolan, Anthony 3 17 f 

Dooley, William 2 18h 

Dooley, William 3 18h 

Dornan, George 3 15 f 

Dornan, Hugh, sen 3 15 f 

Dornan, John 2 13 f 

Downey, Andrew, jun.... 4 22h 

Downey, Andrew 1 9f 

Downey, Andrew, sen.... 4 22 f 

Downey, James 4 22 f 

Downey, William 4 22h 

Downey, William 1 9f 

Dowry, James 4 9f 

Dunlop, Neil 12 9f 

Dunette, William 11 27 f 

Dwyre, Martin 7 13h 

Eccles, John 4 17h 

Eccles, Marvin G 13 f 

Eccles, Thomas 7 17 f 

Edv, Moses 7 7f 

Egan, Denis 11 17 f 

Egan, Patrick 8 12 f 

Egan, William 8 13 f 

Evoy, Alexander 4 7f 

Evoy, James 4 5h 

Evoy, James 2 If 

Evoy, John 2 7h 

Evroy, Jonathan 4 7h 

Evoy, Mathew 3 8f 

Evoy, Wm 3 18h 

Falls, John 3 7f 

Falls, Samuel 2 14 f 

Falls, William 2 15 f 



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Fenners, Patrick 9 

FentOD, John 3 

Fetherston, William J., 

merchant 3 

Flynn, John 11 

Foley, Thomas 12 

Forrest, Cornelius 11 

Forrest, David 10 

Forrest, James 10 

Forrest, Richard 12 

Forrest, Timothy 12 

Foster, Richard 7 

Foster, Richard 3 

Foster, William 7 

Fulford, James 6 

Gallagher, Francis 3 

Galvin, James 12 

Geno, Moses 6 

Gilchrist, George 1 

Gilchrist, James 1 

Godfrey, Rev. James.... 2 
Gommersall, Godfrey.... 7 

Gordon, William 6 

Gourlay, William 1 

Grace, James 10 

Grace, Martin 10 

Grace, Michael 11 

Grady, William 30 

Graham, Andrew 1 

Graham, Elisha 1 

Graham, George 1 

Graham, James 1 

Graham, J 3 

Graham, John 1 

Graham, Robert 5 

Green, John, sen.. > 6 

Green, John 3 

Hamilton, Douglas 10 

Hamilton, Thomas 12 

Hanlin, Michael 3 

Harton, Patrick 1 

Hawkshaw, Samuel 6 



Lot. 

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20 f 
4f 

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22 f 
3f 

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22 f 

7f 

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26 f 

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25 f 

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26 f 
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14 f 

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Hayes, James 1 15f 

Her an, Roger 7 llf 

Hickey, Michael 11 18 f 

Hitchcock, Rev. Mr 3 8h 

Hodgins, Henry 6 21h 

Hodgins, James 6 21 f 

Hodgins, Richard 6 21 f 

Hodgins, Thomas 5 20 f 

Hodgins, William 5 25 f 

Hodgins, William 6 20 f 

Hogan, John 3 2f 

Hogan, Mathew 3 If 

Hogan, William 12 24h 

Hogshaw, John 4 22h 

Holmes, Francis. 6 21 f 

Holmes, John 3 10 f 

Holmes, John H 6 22f 

Holmes, Robert 1 12 f 

Holmes, Thomas 2 13h 

Holmes, Walter 1 12 f 

Holmes, Wm 1 13 f 

Horan, Edward 8 13 f 

Howie, Samuel 7 6f 

Hudson, George 6 22 f 

Hudson, John 8 22f 

Hueston, John 7 3f 

Hueston, Jno., merchant 3 10 f 

Humphreys, Richard.... 3 21 f 

Huston, Alexander 2 14 f 

Irwin, George 3 3h 

Irwin, Hugh 2 3f 

Jackson, Robert 7 8h 

Johnston, Arthur 2 7f 

Johnston, Arthur 3 17f 

Johnston, G., shoemaker 5 5h 

Johnson, Henry 4 5h 

Johnston, James 3 19 f 

Johnston, John 2 9f 

Johnston, John, jun 3 lOf 

Johnston, Joseph 3 5f 

Johnston, William 5 23f 

Kean, James 1 18 f 



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Con. Lot. 

Keefe, David 11 27 f 

Keefe, Edward 12 19 f 

Keefe, John 11 23 f 

Keefe, John 2 17h 

Keefe, John 11 17 f 

Keefe, Morris 12 19f 

Keefe, Thomas 10 17 f 

Kelly, Jeremiah 10 4f 

Kelly, Martin 12 12 f 

Kelly, Patrick 12 llh 

Kelly, Peter 12 11 f 

Kelly, Thomas 12 11 f 

Kelly, Thomas 11 10 f 

Kemp, Hazelwood 2 15 f 

Kemp, Richard 3 4f 

Kemp, Wm 2 5f 

Kennedy, Andrew 8 9f 

Kennedy, Edward U 20 f 

Kennedy, Hugh, sen 6 17 f 

Kennedy, Hugh 10 9? 

Kennedy, James 5 23 f 

Kennedy, John 10 11 f 

Kennedy, John, jun 8 10 f 

Kennedy, Lawrence 7 9f 

Kennedy, Michael 11 21 f 

Kennedy, Patrick 10 13 f 

Kennedy, Thomas 11 21 f 

Keys, Jo^n 6 11 f 

Keys, Nathaniel 6 11 f 

Kidd, Rich'd, merchant. 2 18 f 

Kilgour, Alexander 5 11 f 

Killean, Patric)-; 9 14h 

Lang, Wm 11 5f 

Langford, John 8 12 f 

Langford, Richard 6 5 f 

Larrett, Joseph 7 21 f 

Law, William 3 18 f 

Leahy, John 12 7f 

Lett, Andrew J, 4 18 f 

Listen, James 9 22f 

Listen, Patrick 9 23 f 

Listen, John 9 23h 



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Little, James 

Little, Robert 

Little, Wm. sen 

Little, Wm 

Loftus, Martin 

Loftus, Wm 

Lowe, Michael 

Lowry, George 

Lowry, Hamilton 

Lunny, Peter 

Lyons, David 

Lynch, Michael 

McAulifife, John 

McBride, Henry, sen.... 
McBride, Henry, jun.... 

McBride, Wm 

McCallum, Alex, 

McCallum, John 

McCord, Wm 

MoOurdy, David 

McDaniel, Edward, sen. . 
McDaniel, Edward, jun. 

McDaniel, James 

McDaniel, John 

McDaniel, Marvin 

McDaniel, Robert 

McDonald, Alexander... 

McDonr!'?. James 

McDonai Michael 

McFaddei, George 

McGrath, Michael 

McGregor, Duncon 

M'^Kay, Cornelius 

Moxvay, Thomas 

McKin'ey, Robert 

McLeod, John.....' 

McNamara, John 

Magee, Alexander 

Magco, James 

Mahony, Cornelius 

Malone, Denis 



Con. 


Lot, 


10 


23 f 


1 


17 f 


4 


18 f 


5 


17 f 


5 


15 f 


1 


18 f 


2 


16h 


12 


3f 


6 


24 f 


7 


24 f 


10 


26 f 


6 


24h 


11 


19 f 


9 


5h 


3 


17 f 


4 


17 f 


4 


23 f 


10 


8f 


12 


6f 


2 


19 f 


3 


5f 


7 


13 f 


6 


15 f 


6 


14 f 


4 


16 f 


5 


18h 


5 


16 f 


U 


17h 


11 


27 f 


10 


10 f 


7 


7h 


10 


15 f 


12 


2f 


2 


I4h 


3 


15h 


12 


9f 


12 


5f 


10 


22h 


4 


7f 


5 


10 f 


11 


17 f 


8 


20 f 



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Con. 

Maltman, John 9 

Manchester, David 5 

Manchester, Jacob 5 

M anion, Andrew 9 

Manion, James 9 

Manion, John, sen 9 

Manion, John, jun 9 

Manion, John 9 

Manion, Martin 9 

Manion, Patrick 10 

Manion, Wm 9 

Mantil, James 10 

Mantil, Robert 12 

Meagher, Daniel 7 

Meagher, Lawrenco 7 

Meagher, Michael 10 

Meagher, Patrick 7 

Meagher, Philip 7 

Mohan, Andrew 11 

Mehan, Edward 9 

Mehan,John 11 

Mehan, Michael 11 

Mehan, Michael 10 

MeJaan, Patrick 9 

Milford, Henry 6 

Mitchell, Wm 2 

Moffatt,Da\II 1 

Montgomery, Hugh 5 

Montgomery, J ohn 1 

Montgomery, Thomas.. . (> 

Montgomery, Wm 2 

Montgomery, Wm .J 3 

Mooney, Henry 4 

Mooney, James 5 

Mooney, Samuel 4 

Moore, Andrew, tanner. . 4 

Moore, Hugh.., G 

Moore, Hugh 6 

Moorhead, James, jun.... . 5 

Moorhead, John G 

Muorhead, Stephen...... 6 

Moran, Alexander 1 



Lot. 

26 f 
2f 
3f 

14 f 
12f 

13 f 
8f 

15 f 
9f 

18 f 
12 f 

27 f 
27 f 

20 f 

21 f 
17h 

21 f 
20 f 

2f 
26 f 

8f 
26 f 
26 f 
25 f 
20 f 

7f 

14 f 

10 f 
]9h 

16 f 

11 f 
14 f 

19 f 
20h 
19 f 

22 f 
27h 

8f 
25 f 

24 f 

25 f 
11 f 



Moran, Thomas 

Morrissy, John 

Mordy, George 

Mordy, John , 

Mordy, Joseph 

Mordy, Thomas 

Mulligan, John 

Mulligan, Nathaniel 

Mulligan, Thomas 

Mulligan, Wm 

Nagle, James 

Nagle, Michael 

Neil, Patrick 

Newton, Elias 

Nutterville, Thomas 

O'Brien, James 

O'Brien, Jeremiah 

O'Brien, Timothy 

O'Brien, Timothy 

O'Cleary, John 

O'Connell, Richard 

O'Leary, Daniel 

O'Leary, Patrick 

O'Leary, Patrick 

O'Mara, John 

Oakley, James 

Oakley, James ... 

Oakley, Wm 

Olive, John, jun 

Olive, Thomas 

Patten, William 

Patten, Robert 

Paul, John 

Pearson, John 

Powell, Robert.. 

Quinn, John 

Ralph, Joseph 

Reid, John 

Reid, William 

Revington, John 

Revington, Thomas 

Revington, William, sen 



Con. 

1 
12 
10 
10 

5 

9 

6 

2 

4 

4 
11 
11 
11 

O 
11 

8 
11 
10 
11 
11 
11 
11 

8 
11 

7. 

9 
11 
10 

3 

3 

5 

4 

4 

1 

6 
11 

1 

5 



Lot. 
11 f 
24 f 

7f 

10 f 

7f 

6f 

4f 

6f 

8f 

8f 

27 f 

27 f 

25h 

18h 

3f 

22h 

6f 

23 f 

24 f 
Si- 
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7f 
9f 
8f 

151i 

21 f 
23 f 
23 f 

22 f 
22 f 

2f 

2f 

If 

14 f 

231' 

25 f 
2f 

22 f 
5 19f 
2 16! 
4 19 f 
2 16f 



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Con. Lot. 

ReviagtOD; William, jun 2 17 f 

Revington, William 1 19 f 

Roach, William 9 17 f 

Roe, William I 2 f 

Rowan, Patrick 3 27 f 

Ryan, Benjamin 7 22 f 

Ryan, John 6 19 f 

Ryan, Robert 6 18h 

Ryan, Martin 10 22 f 

Ryan, Timothy 12 17h 

Sawyer, David , 2 7h 

Soott, James 6 16 f 

Shields, Hugh 9 27 f 

Sinclair, Kev. James 2 10 f 

Smith, Thomas 4 28h 

Stanley, Thomas 2 2f 

Starr, James 1 8f 

Stinson, Thomas 2 14 f 

Sullivan, Denis 10 If 

Sullivan, James, 11 4f 

Sullivan, Patrick 10 19 f 

Sykes, Thomas 9 4f 

Taylor, Richard 2 5f 

Taylor, Thomas 3 18h 

Teavens, John 4 4h 



Con. Lot. 

Tobin,Mathew 11 22h 

Vance, Thomas 4 21h 

Vaughan, Jaraos 10 20 f 

Walker, CharleP 12 8f 

Walls, Jereiiia^i 4 3f 

Walls, Thomas 5 4f 

Welsh, Thomit'i 2 15h 

Whelan, Peter 12 26 f 

Whelan, John 8 2lh 

White, James 11 22h 

White, William 12 23 f 

Wilson, Abraham 1 8f 

Wilson, David 6 26 f 

Wilson, James 3 20 f 

Wilson, Robert 6 26 f 

Wilson, Eobert 10 24 f 

Wilson, Thomas 5 24 f 

Wilson, Thomas, tanner . 3 20 f 

Wilson, William 3 23 f 

Wilson, William 4 20f 

Wilton, George 5 19h 

Wilton, Roger 5 19 f 

Woods, Patrick 9 24 f 

Woods, Sam'l, innkeeper. 6 27 f 






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Acres, Thomas 1 

Allen, Thomas 1 

Archer, John 3 

Armstrong, Christopher... 1 

Armstrong, James 4 

Armstrong, James 2 

Armstrong, James... 1 

Armstrong, James 2 

Armstrong, John 3 

Armstrong, John .. 3 



5 

3 
10 

6 
10 
12 

6 
20 
11 
18 



Armstrong, John 4 21 

Armstrong, John 4 10 

Armstrong, Joseph 2 12 

Armstrong, Joseph. 2 14 

Armstrong, Samuel 3 11 

Armstrong, Samuel 2 12 

Armstrong, Thomas 2 14 

Armstrong, Thomas 4 15 

Armstrong, Thomas 3 17 

Armstrong, William 4 12 



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Berry, William H 7 20 

Bishop, Henry 2 26 

Boyoe, Bemo 6 & 7 12 

Boucher, Dbvid 4 4 

Boucher, Henry 3 28 

Boucher, John ii 1 

Boucher, John 7 12 

Boucher, William 3 7 

Bradley, Francis 3 12 

Bradley, Henry 3 12 

Bradley, William 3 23 

Brianan, Nicholas 4 2 

Burk, Patrick 4 8 

Burns, Mrs 4 ji7 

Burrows, Benjamin 1 1 

Burrows, Edward 1 1 

Burrows, Thomas 1 1 

Gary, John , 7 18 

Carroll, A.lexander 1 27 

Carroll, Patrick 2 23 

Clarke, John 2 1 

Connolly, Nathaniel 3 4 

Costello, James 1 12 

Cowan, James 1 8 

Cunningham, Mrs 2 26 

Denison, Robert 5 12 

DenisoLi. Thomas 5 12 

Downey^ John 3 22 

Duncan, Robert 3 5 

Durig,Thoma8 4 22 

Edwards, Hamnett 5 25 

Edwards, Henry 6 25 

Erskine, William. 4 9 

Erwin, Robert 1 19 

Fahey, Edward 2 19 

Fabey, John 4 13 

Fa" 7, J' a 3 14 

Fahey, Thomas 2 19 

Fahey, William 2 19 

Gainford, Joseph 3 15 

Gain ford, Thomas 4 3 

Gilchrii., George 1 12 



Con. 

Gleeson, Michael 4 

Glenny, Alexander 6 

Goarley, John 1 

Gow, Alexander 2 

Graham, David 2 

Graham, Jacob 2 

Graham, William 3 

Greene, Robert Y C 

Harper, William 1 

Harwood, John 3 

Harwood, Robert 4 

Headley, William 2 

Hicks, Anthony 6 

Hogan, Denis... 1 

Hogan, John 1 

Hogan, Michael 1 

Holland, Patrick 2 

Holmes, William I 

Hopewell, Andrew 3 

Huston, Joseph 1 

James, Thomas 1 

Jamison, William 1 

Johnston, Francis 1 

Johnston, Andrew 3 

Kelley, James 4 

Kelley, James 3 

Kelley, John 1 

Kennedy, Patrick 2 

Kennedy, William 3 

Kennedy, William .... 2 

Kerwin, Edward 3 

Kerwin, Timothy 2 

Kerwin, William 2 

Lahey, Daniel .... 2 

Lahey, Johc ,. 3 

Lewis, Archibald 3 

Lewis, John 3 

Lewis, Williai" 3 

Liddell, Henry 1 

uittle, Samuel 2 

Lloyd, Smyth.. 7 

Logan, Jacob «. 3 



Lot. 
8 

21 

7 

« 

7 

7 

fi 

21 

15 

1!) 

18 

17 

IC 

24 

20 

24 

24 

15 

17 

10 

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14 
17 
12 

7 

18 
20 
25 
15 
23 
111 

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21 
18 
14 

4 

10 
11 
12 

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DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRTS.-For sale by aU flrst-class Dry 






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Con. 

Logan, Peter 3 

MoCord, James 2 

MoCord, Thomas 1 

MoCoughan, Hugh I 

MoCurdy, William 1 

McMurtry, David 2 

McMurtry, George 2 

MoMurtry, James 2 

Major, William 4 

Mealy, Patrick 2 

Monaghan, A , 1 

Monk, Arthur 7 

Monk, G. William 3 

Monk, J. B 7 

Munroe, Daniel 1 

Montgomery, James 2 

Montgomery, John......... 2 

Moon ey, William 4 

Morgan, George 3 

Morgan, George 3 

Morgan, George 3 

Mulladoon, James 4 

Muliadoon, Patrick 3 

Murphy, Patrick 3 

Nash, Michael 4 

Neil, Henry 1 

Nesbitt, Robert 2 

Nesbitt, William 2 

Nolan, Peter 3 

O'Brien, Edward ?■ 

O'Haro, Thomas 3 

Urr, James . . 1 

Parker, Hugh 3 

Pinhey, Horace 7 

Kea, John 3 

Uoa, John » .... 4 

Uea, Nathaniel 3 

Read, Arthur 4 

Head, James 7 

Rend, Thomas.,.,, 7 

llemmingtoa, John 1 

Richardson, Ferdinand.... 2 



Lot. 
15 
20 
20 
16 

3 
11 
11 
11 
15 
15 
26 
24 

8 

25 
13 
10 

2 
24 
13 
13 

9 

26 
27 
20 
14 
21 
27 

6 
20 

ft 
17 
11 

5 
24 

5 
27 
26 

6 
18 
21 

18 

4 



Con. Lot. 

Richardson, F. William .. 2 4 

Richardson, Gardiner 1 6 

Richardiion, John 4 9 

Richardson, Richard 2 3 

Richardson, Samuel 1 4 

Richardson, Thomas 1 6 

Richardson, William 2 8 

Roalston, James 6 27 

Robertson, John 3 2 

Robertson, William 3 2 

Savage, John 2 2 

Scharf, Henry 3 1 

Scharf, Hugh 3 3 

Scharf, Isaac 3 1 

Scharf, Nathaniel 3 3 

Scharf, Robert 2 1 

Scott, Timothy 1 25 

Sharp, Alexander J 3 11 

Sissons, John 1 21 

Sissons, Samuel 2 21 

Sissons, Samuel.... 4 12 

Smith, Thomas 3 11 

Sproule, Thomas 3 11 

Street, John G 7 19 

Taylor, John 8 27 

Thomson, Henry 7 14 

Tracy, John 5 



14 

Tracy, Thomas 3 27 

14 

17 

17 

7 



Tracy, William. 4 

Vance, Erwan 2 

Villoneuve, Charles, jun. . 4 

Wayman, John 2 

Wall, .Tames 3 21 

Wall, John 3 21 

Watt, .James 2 5 

Watt, William 2 5 

Weatherly, Thomas 2 16 

Wheeler, .Jasper 3 12 

Whelan, John 5 11 

White, James 1 16 

Williams, William 3 24 

Wilson, Andrew 1 9 



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doodii Houses )u (be Cauadas, Unitea ^talef» and Europe. 






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Con. Lot. 

Wilson, Isaac. 3 26 

Wilson, John 6 15 

Wilson, John 1 8 

Wilson, Moses 1 10 



Con. Lot. 

Young, James 4 19 

Ynunghusband, John, sen. 4 12 

Younghusband, John, jun. 4 12 

Younghusband, Ashburo. 4 12 



TOWNSHIP OF MARLBOROUGH. 



Adams, Clarence 1 22 

Adams,DaDiel 1 22 

Andrews, Merritt 1 28 

Arnold, Thomas 6 30 

Atkinson, Joseph 2 20 

Baker, James 7 17 

Ballance, John 6 30 

Ballance, Wm 5 29 

Balance, Wm.,jr 5 26 

Bartley, John 6 26 

Baxter, Fergus 6 9 

Baxter, Patrick 9 1 

Beaman, Joseph. 4 3 

Bennett, Daniel 8 30 

Bennett, Thomas 5 24 

Box, Alexander 10 22 

Bradley, John 7 13 

Brazil, Wm., sen b f 29 

Brazil, Wm., jun 4 26 

Breen, Martin 6 29 

Browulee, Henry 7 10 

Brownlee, James 4 I 

Brownlee, James (» 8 

Brown lee, James 7 19 

Brownlee, John 6 11 

Brownlee, Robert 4 1 

Brownlee, W. H 8 5 

Burk, Henry, jun. HI 

Burns, James 2 28 

Burns, Fichael 2 27 

Burritt, D. H 1 25 



Burritt, Erastus 

Burritt, (jreorge and A . 

Burritt, Jonathan ,.. 

Carroll, Bernard ., 

Carroll, Michael , 

Cassels, Henry.. 

Cassols, Henry.. 

Cassels, John 

Caseels, Patrick 

Cassels, Wm. 

Cassidy, James. ...... 

Chisholm, David 

Church, H. N 

Clark George 

Clark, Samuel 

Collins, Dennis , 

Conlin, Bernard 

Connors, John 

Cook, Thomas , 

Craven, Wm 

Crawford, Alexander.... 

Crawford, James 

Crawford, Robert 

Crawford, Wm 

Cummings, J. JSl 

Daley, Patrick 

Davidson, John 

Davis, Wm. John 

Dee, John ,. 

Dell, Henry 

Derick, Albert 



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1 21 

vl 26 



4 
2 

4 



25 
14 

20 



2 12 



4 
1 



20 
17 



10 17 

1 4 

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5 


1 


23 


G 


27 


2 


23 


6 


5 


4 


3 


2 


7 


6 


2 


bf 


8 


2 


7 


bf 


22 


6 


27 


bf 


8 


2 


3 


8 


18 


bf 


18 


1 


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DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRTS,-For sale by all flrst-class Drj 



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Con. Lot. 

Deriok, Alfred 1 22 

Deriok, Almond I 28 

Depenoier, Isaac ...bf 18 

Depenoier, Lewis 1 4 

Depeucier, Peter 1 26 

Depenoier, Uriah. v 1 25 

Depenoier, Wm b f 5 

Dixon, Robert 3 1 

Dobson, Matthew 6 11 

Dolen, Owen 2 18 

Donahue, John 2 18 

Donahue, Michael.. ,. 2 14 

Donley, Edward 1 11 

Donley, Edward 3 2 

Donley, James bf 13 

Donley, Thomas 9 1 

Dougherty, John 9 18 

Douglas, Daniel 9 80 

Eriscoll, Thomas., 8 19 

Duke, Wm 7 2 

Dunbar, George •. 9 5 

Dunbar, John 9 5 

Dunovan, Patrick 5 5 

Eastman, John 1 26 

Edwards, Andrew 2 12 

Edwards, Jacaos 7 29 

Edwards, John 7 28 

Edwards, Michael 7 29 

Eiigh, Lemuel b f 6 

Eligh, Uriah bf 4 

Eligh, William bf 6 

Ellis, Alexander 6 23 

Ellis, George .5 23 

Ellis, Wm 5 23 

Enwright, John., 8 24 

Erwin, Thomas 6 12 

Pee, Thomas 2 5 

Fennel). Wm 4 3 

Fitzpatrick, Patrick 8 20 

Fitzpatrick , Peter 3 20 

Fuleher, Ebenezer vl 23 

Gallagher, Edward 4 1^ 



Con. 

Gallagher, Thomas 2 

Gilbert, Alexander 2 

Gilroy, Patrick.. 2 

Good, David 9 

Good, Edward 9 

Good, James 8 

Good, John 1 

Good, Robert 

Good, William, sen 9 

Gorman, James 9 

Gorman, JeremLh 7 

Gorman, John 8 

Gorman, John 7 

Gorman, Miohael.. 7 

Gorman, Michael 2 

Gorman, Thomas 2 

Goth, John 6 

Gculdie, William 5 

Grwnt, H. C 2 

Grant, John.. bf 

Grant, Martin.. 8 

Hafj, Thomais 2 

Ilogarty, Timothy 9 

Halfpenny, John 3 

Halfpenny, Samuel 3 

Hal), Alexander 2 

Halpin, James 2 

Hanna, Samuel 5 

Hanna, Wm 6 

Hanrahan, Barney 4 

Hanrahan, James 9 

Hanrahan, John 4 

tianrahan, Michael 3 

Hanrahan, Patrick 3 

HarbinsoR, John 5 

Harbinson, Thomas 5 

Harbinson, William, 6 

liarnet, Samuel , b f 

Harris, Hebron 1 

Hart, John..... 3 

Henderson, Andrew....... 9 

Henderson, George I 



245 

Lot. 

18 

8 

28 

5 

5 

3 

14 

3 

4 

30 

18 

23 

26 

18 

23 

4 

3 

25 

7 

18 
24 
22 
23 
22 
4 
80 
16 
17 
26 
23 
26 
26 
24 
10 
11 
14 
12 
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Cod. Lot. 

He ^e^Bon,Wm I 15 

Hicks, John 7 6 

Hicks, Thomae bf 12 

Hill, James 10 1 

Hill, John 6 7 

Hill, Robert 9 4 

Hill,Wm bf 14 

HintoD, Wm bf 7 

Howe, John 6 5 

Howe,Wm 6 5 

Hylaod, John 5 7 

Hyland, Richard 6 7 

Hylaod, Robert 5 4 

Hyland, Samuel 6 8 

Hyland, Wm 6 6 

Johnston, Adam, jun 6 8 

Johnston, James 6 3 

Johnston, John 7 18 

Johnston, Thomas 6 6 

Johnston, Wm 6 6 

Joy, Wm 1 16 

Juuok, Thomas 3 10 

Kennedy, James 8 2 

Kerr, Alexander 1 25 

Ivt.ry, Arthur 3 5 

K itles, Hugh 7 9 

Kfys, James 10 18 

K:dd, Wm.,J. P 1 24 

Laughrin, James..... 3 29 

Latimei, ^^obert 3 10 

Levington, John ....^ 7 4 

Little, Wm. J 1 11 

Louoks, R bf 16 

McCartney, George 7 10 

McCartney, John 1 14 

McConnell, Henry D 4 30 

McCordook, Jai^ew. 5 1 

McCordock, Joseph 5 1 

McCutlough, Francis 4 11 

M cCuUough, James 4 9 

MoDermott, Daniel P 5 26 

McEvoy, James 6 29 



Con. 

MoFadden, James 1 

Mcl'<.dden, Jamea... , 8 

Ml Ftdden, William b f 

McGinley, Daniel 2 

McGovern, John 6 

McGovern, Philip 5 

McGovern, Thomas 4 

McGovern horoas 1 

McGrath, 1 -nrenoe ;-> 

Molntyre, itrick bf 

McKay, Andrew 8 

McKay,James 8 

McKay, Robert 8 

McKay, Robert , 9 

McKay, Thomas 3 

McKay, Wm 8 

McKenna, John 4 

McKenna, John 8 

McKenna, Owen 7 

McKenna, Patrick 4 

McKenna, Thomas 7 

MoKinstry, James 7 

McLellan, Matthew 1 

McLennan, William , 6 

MoMuilen, James.... ] 

McMuUen, John 5 

McMuUen, Joseph b f 

McMuUen, Wm. J 2 

McNamara, Henry 2 

McNamara, Matthew 2 

Maher, Roger > 1 

Maher, William 1 

Mahon, James 1 

Manus, John 6 

Meredith, Henry 5 

Meredith, Robert G 

Mills, Edward 5 

Mills, Edward... 10 

Mills, James 10 

Mills, John 9 

Mills, William. 5 

Moffat, Edward v 1 



Lot. 

3 

1 

9 

22 

24 

25 

13 

13 

24 

9 

6 

6 

8 

19 

9 

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DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRTS.-For sale by all first-class Dry 



COUNTY OAKLBTON. 



Con. Lot. 
14 
12 
1 



Moffatt, Thomas 2 

Montgomery, George 2 

Montgomery, John 6 

Montgomery, Robert 8 4 

Montgomery, William 8 5 

Montgomery, William.... 9 3 

Montgomery, William 9 6 

Mooney, Patrick 6 9 

Moore, Andrew 8 2 

Moore, David 8 

Moore, Erwin 8 

Moore, Francis.,.. 3 1 

Moore, Isaac 9 i 

Mooro, James, son 9 U 

Moore, James, jun 9 8 

Mooro, Robert 3 18 

Morrison, Jaiuea 7 7 

Morrison, William 2 15 

Morton, Henry 1 11 

Morton, James 6 4 

Mulholland, James, Bpv,.. 3 11 

MalhoUand, Jamos, jun... 3 11 

Mulholland, John 3 11 

Nichols, John 10 14 

Nixon, Edward 1 23 

Nixon, Thomas 4 6 

Nixon, John 6 13 

O'Bryati, Daniel 8 22 

O'Bryan, Patrick —8 19 

O'Conno^, Jbidward 4 6 

O'Day, Denis 7 17 

O'Day, Simon 7 17 

O'Neil, Cornelius 8 25 

O'Neil, Denis 1 30 

O'Neil, Denis 8 18 

O'Neil, Denis 9 21 

O'Neil, James 8 23 

O'Neil, John.. 8 21 

O'Neil, John bf 22 

O'Neil, Michael 8 21 

Puden, John 1 8 

Pell, Patrick 8 17 



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Con. Lo^ 



Pell, William 8 , 16 

Perceval, Samuel 1 21 

Perceval, William 1 21 

Peroival, Zaohariah 3 23, 

Peters, P 2 19 

Peters, Richard 2 19 

Pettipiece, Thomas 3 1 

Pettipiece, William 7 4 

roe, James 6 7 

.."'- Tohn 6 6 

;,obert 3 4 

John 7 1 

/Thomas E 7 1 

ir'otter, Andrew 3 8 

Powell, Alexander b f 16 

Powell, James 1 16 

Powell, John 2 11 

Powell, Thomas 1 16 

Powell, William 1 16 

Pratt, Abram 5 8 

Pratt, John « 5 4 

Pratt, William 5 3 

Proctor, George 1 26 

Purdy, Robert 9 29 

Putnam, Archibald 4 9 

Putnam, Ephraim 4 9 

Putnam, Ezra 4 8 

Ralph, Andrew 5 27 

Ralph, William 5 27 

Reddick, Jami^s 4 4 

Reddickf John 1 16 

Reddiok, John 4 4 

Reddick, William b f 10 

Reel, Thomas v 1 26 

Reilly, James 1 13 

Reilly, Thomas 2 11 

Robinson, Alexander 5 20 

Robinson, James 2 11 

Robinson, James 4 18 

Robinson, John 4 19 

Robinson, William. 4 19 

Robinson, William 7 6 



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Ro^, Thomas 9 14 

Ross, Andrew 2 16 

Ross, Edward 2 16 

Ross, John 2 17 

Ross, William 2 17 

Ryan, Patrick 4 24 

Sanders, John 6 26 

Scarlett, John 2 12 

Scollin, William 10 3 

Simpson, George , 7 30 

Slaven, John. 5 28 

Smith, Patrick 8 20 

Stewart, David 2 29 

Stinson, James 9 13 

Swain, Michael b f 3 

Tansj, James 2 29 

Taylor, George 2 13 

Taylor, James ,.... 3 11 

Taylor, Peter 2 1 

Taylor, Thomas 9 4 

Taylor, William 1 5 

Taylor, WUliam 6 10 

Taylor, William, sen 2 10 

Taylor, William, jun 2 10 

Templeton, Robert 2 2 

Templeton, Samuel, sen... 2 8 



Con. Lot. 

Templeton, Samuel, jun.. 2 9 

Thompson, Edward 5 19 

Thompson, John 6 10 

Tremble, James 4 5 

Tremble, William 6 7 

Valcore, Jeremiah b f 1 

Waldo, Fordyce 1 27 

Waldo, Reed 1 26 

V/allace, Andrew 4 7 

Wallace, Andrew 6 3 

Wallace, Noble 6 2 

Wallace, WiUiam 6 3 

Watts, William 1 30 

Wedmark, Frederick 1 28 

Wedmark, Biram 1 10 

Wiggins, Robert, sen 1 10 

Wiggins, Robert, jun b f 11 

Wiggins, Thomas bf 11 

Williams, G 2 18 

WiUiams, William 9 17 

Wilson, Allan 4 29 

Wilson, George 4 21 

T7ilson, John 5 1 

Wilson, John 3 21 

Woods, Thomas, sen 6 1 

Young, N. B 1 29 



TOWNSHIP OF NEPEAN. 



Abbott, Adam 6 34 f 

Abbott, Francis 1 36 f 

Abbott, James 2cf 7f 

Albert, John brf Ih 

Allen, John 5 8f 

Anderson, Arthur 1 89 f 

Anderson, G.T 4 24 f 

Angus, Thomas brf33f' 

Arbuokle, Andrew 6 If 



Achibald,Wm 1 

Armstrong, C 1 

Armstrong, llobert 6 

Arnold, George 4 

Arnold, Joseph 2 

Atchison, Joseph 4 

Aylin,Wm. T. 1 

Barry, Nicholas 1 

Baxter, Thomas. 4 



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37 f 
20 f 
35 f 
24b 
12 f 
26 f 
26 f 
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6 


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4 


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4 


12 f 


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26 f 




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26 f 


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Con. Lot. 

Bayne, George 1 87 f 

Bayne, John ab 80f 

Bayne, Robert arfSOf 

Bearman, James 2 14 f 

Bearman, Jobn 2 13 f 

Beattie, Thomas a of 8f 

Beaty, Alexander aof 3 

Beaty,John 1 4f 

Beaty, Wm 2 12h 

Belford, James 3 27h 

Bell, Hugh 4rf85f 

Bell, John 2 19 f 

Bell, Mrs 2 18 f 

Bennett, Henry 6 7f 

Bennett, John , sen 6 7 f 

Bennett, Thomas 6 7f 

Biggars, Wm C Fh 

Birgan, Denis 2 • 9 f 

Birgan, John 3 2Lf 

Birgan, Michael 2 11 f 

Birgan, Wm 2 9f 

15irch, George 4 9f 

Birch, Joseph 2 24f 

Birch, Thomas alofSl 

Bishop, Henry 2 o f 6f 

Boacher, John aof 3f 

Boyoe,John 1 22f 

Bradley, Abraham 4 27 f 

Bradley, James 3 9f 

Bradley, Stephen 4 26f 

Bradley, Thomas 3 24 f 

Bradley, Wm 4 24 f 

Brennan, Henry 4 25 f 

Brennan, Joseph 1 8f 

Brennan, Timothy 8 18 f 

Brennan, Bliohael D Fh 

Britt, Patrick aof 84h 

Brophy,John 2 18 f 

Brophy, Joseph 4 13 f 

Brophy, Michael 4 13 f 

Brophy, Patrick 5 16h 

Brouse, Samuel 6 8h 



Con. 

Brown, John 8 

Brown, Walter 1 

Bunting, Wm 1 

Burden, Denis 5 

Burnett, Wm 3 

Bums, John 2 

Burns, J., cattle dealer. 5 

Burnside, Christopher, 
blacksmith 

Burrows, James 

Burrows, John 

Bjers, H.,tayernkeeper 

Byers, Wm 

Byers, Wm 

Byrne, James. 

Byrne, John 

Byrne, John 

Byrne, Patrick 

Gain, John 

Caldwell, James, sen.... 

Caldwell, James, jun . . . 

Caldwell, John 

Caldwell, Robert 

Caldwell, Wm 

Campbell, Peter 

Carey, John 

Carroll, Thomas 

Casey, Patrick 

Casey, Wm ,. 

Cassidy, Thomas 

Champagne, John 

Champagne, J., tavern- 
keeper ...'. 

Champness, Weldon . . . 

Chapman, Orlando 

Christian, John 

Clark, John, sen 

Olark, John and James . 1 

Clark, John, jun A 

Clark, John, jun 1 

Clark, Michael 8 

Clark, Michael 3 



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Lot. 

80h 
20 f 
89 f 
10 f 
18 f 
25 f 
81h 



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35 f 


1 


18 f 


5 


23h 


1 


23 f 


air 


f24f 


6 


12 f 


4 


2SSf 


4 


22 f 


2o 


f25f 


5 


28h 


2 


29 f 


2 


24 f 


A 


Nf 


2 


27 f 


2 


24 f 


2 


25 f 



2 of 21 f 
2 lOh 
4rf27h 
5 12f 

4 8f 
8 82 f 
D Fh 

D Fh 

5 19 f 
5 13 f 
aof 7f 
A 8lf 

26 f 
32 f 
37h 
10 f 
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Clark, Thomas 


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Clark, Wm 


2 


Ih 


Clark, Wm 


3 


10 f 


Clark, Wm 


3 

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llh 
13 f 


Clothier, David 


Collins, Samuel 


1 


12 f 


Colville, David 


1 


39h 


Corbitt, Crawford 


6o 


f32f 


Corbitt, Patrick 


6o 


f32f 


Corbitt, William, senr.. 






taverokeeper 


4r 


f35f 


Corbitt, William, junr.. 






taverokeeper 


2( 


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Cornell, Thomas 


5o 


f24h 


Costello. James 


3 
3r 


9f 
fl4f 


Costello, J., blacksmith 


Conghlan, Andrew...... 


A 


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Coughlan, Thomas 


A 


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Courtney, Samuel 


2c 


.f 5f 


Cowing, David 


1< 


jf 6f 


Craicr, Daniel 


4 


18 f 
24 f 


Craie, James 


Craig, James 


al 


22 f 


Craig, John and James. 


1 


23 f 


Craie. John 


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32 f 


Craig, Bobert 


2 


26 f 


Crow, Bobt., shoemaker 


2c 


• fllf 


Cummins, James 


ft 


16h 


Cummins, Bobert 


4 


5h 


Cunningham, Denis.. . . 


1 


21 


Davey, John 


2 


2f 


Davidson, Andrew.... t.. 


2r 


fl9f 


Davidson, Francis B.... 


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17 f 


Davidson, Hugh 


6 


26 f 


Davidson, James 


6 


24 f 


Davidson, John 


2 


21 f 


Davidson, Samuel A . . 


6 


25 f 


Davidson, Wm., efto.... 


6 


24h 


Davidson, Wm,, jun.. 


6 


24 f 


Davidson, Wm. J 


5 


18 f 


Davis, Michael 


2] 


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Davis, Bobert 


3 


13 f 



Davis, Wm., sen 

Davis, Wm., jun 

Dawson, John 

Dawson, John 

Dawson, Wm 

Delaney, Daniel 

Delaney, Patrick 

Dervan, James 

Dervan, Patrick 

Dooley, John 

Dooley, Thomas 

Douglas, Archibald 

Douglas, James 

Dowd, Bobert 

Draffin, John 

Draffin, Biohard 

Dubreuille, Antoine, . . . . 
Dnbreiiille, Hyaointhe. 

Dubreuille, Louis 

Dubreuille, Mo'ise 

Dunn, John 

Dunn, Michael 

Dwyre, Denis 

Eaton, George W 

Eddie, David 

Eddie, James 

Eddie, James 

Edge, George 

"" ans, Jeremiah , 

ms, Thomas 

J4«an8, Hadadezer 

Pairburn, Peter 

Falls, Ann J 

Falls, James 

Falland, Thomas 

Fannin, J 

Few, Bichard 

Finley, Joseph 

Finley, Thomas 

Fitzgerald, John 

Fitzgerald, Mrs 

Flood, Francis 



Con. Lot 
6 23f 
5 20f 
4rf34f 

1 9f 

2 3f 
2rf 8f 
2rf8 f 
4 15f 
4 15f 
6rfl9f 
6rfl5f 
1 30f 

1 39 f 
lof 2f 

2 28 f 
2ofllf 



6 
5 
6 
5 
3 
3 
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12 f 
16 f 
25 f 
12 f 
12 f 
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27 f 

28 f 
fLf 

lOh 
19 f 
7f 
6f 
f 2h 
10 f 
10 f 
2 f 1 f 
lof 3f 
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Lot. 


.. 6 


23 f 


.. 5 


20 f 


.. 4rf34f 


. 1 


9f 


.. 2 


3f 


.. 2rf 8f 


.. 2r 


f8 f 


.. 4 


15f 


.. 4 


15 f 


.. 6ri 


fl9f 


.. 6r 


fl5f 


.. 1 


30 f 


.. 1 


39 f 


... lo 


f 2f 


... 2 


28 f 


... 2o 


fllf 


... 6 


16 f 


e. 5 


12 f 


... 6 


16 f 


... 5 


25 f 


... 3 


12 f 


.. 3 


12 f 


... 2 


3h 


... Ic 


f33f 


... 6 


8f 


... 6 


8f 


... 6 


If 


... 6 


bf 


... A 


Rf 


... 3 


27 f 


... 3 


28 f 


... c 


rfLf 


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lOh 


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19 f 


... 4 


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... 2 


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.... 6 


10 f 


.... 6 


10 f 


.... 2 


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Fogarty, Andrew 

Fogar ty , Daniel 

Fogarty, Philip 

Foisy, Peter 

Foster, John 

Foster, Joseph 

Foster William 

Fox, John, 

Fuller, Thos., architect. 

Gamble, Alexander 

Gamble, John, sen 

Gamble, John, jun 

Gamble, William 

Gleeson, Denis 

Gleeson, James 

Gleeson , Timothy 

Good, Thomas 

Good, William 

Goodfellow, William.... 
Gordon, Bobert, sen.... 

Gorman,. William 

Grady, Julia 

Graham, Archibald 

Graham, A. F.... ...... 

Graham, James... 

Graham, John, jun 

Graham, Thomas, sen.. 
Graham, Thomas, jun. . 

Graham, Thomas 

Graham, William 

Graham, William 

Graham, William 

Grant, Donald 

Green, Philip 

Green, William 

Griffet, William 

Grior, Christopher 

Grior, James 

Grior, John 

Grior, Joseph 

Grissey, John 

Halfpenny, Jacob 



Con. Lot 
4 20 f 

4 20 f 

5 20 f 
5rf29h 



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4 
1 
5 
5 
5 
5 
2 
5 



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19 f 

39h 

33 f 

8f 

32 f 

9f 

5f 

9f 

9f 

Ih 

24 f 



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1 

3 

1 

1 

1 

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5f 

5f 

19 f 

29 f 

30 f 
23 f 

If 
39 f 

6f 
17 f 



2 f 16 f 



1 
6 
2 
1 
2 
1 
6 
5 
3 
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1 
1 
5 
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13 f 

23 f 
16 f 
12 f 
10 f 

3f 

10 f 

7f 

If 

25 f 

25 f 

24 f 

26 f 
8f 

39h 



Hall, Mrs 

Hammil, Owen 

Hammil, Patrick 

Hammil, William. 

Hand, Thomas, sen 

Hand, Thomas, jun 

Hand,W 

Hare, Robert, sen 

Hare, Robert 

Hare, Thomas 

Harmer, F. W 

Harvey, Peter 

Hawley, Edw&rd 

Hawley, R., jun 

Hays, John 

Hays, John 

Hays, Patrick. 

Hays, William 

Hefferon, Michael 

Helmer, John 

Henderson, E 

Heney, John , 

Hewlett, Thomas 

Henry, William 

Hickey, John, Jas. and 

Andrew 

Hill, Samuel 

Hinton, Robert J. ....... 

Hobbs, Daniel 

Hodgins, James 

Hodgins, John 

Hogg, James 

Hogg, William 

Honeywellr E 

Honeywell, Ira 

Honeywell, Rice 

Honeywell. Robert 

Hoonan, William 

Hopper, Edward B.... 

Hopper, George B 

Hopper, William 

Houlahan, George 



Con. 

3 

4 

4 

1 

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30 f 
30 f 
20 f 

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6rf34f 
6rf34f 
2 20 f 
2 27 f 
2 27 f 
1 f 10 f 



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3 
3 
4 
5 
5 
4 
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11 f 

4f 
4f 
33 f 
23 f 
26h 
28 f 
28 f 
14 f 
31 f 



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2 30 f 



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35 f 
35|f 

6f 

17 f 
30 f 
24 f 



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3 
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18 f 

14 f 


Lattimer David 


3 
3 


7f 
7f 


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Houlahan, Patrick 


Lattimer, Robert 


McKeni 


Houlahan, 'lIiomae> 


4 


3f 


Lattimer, William 


3 


8f 


MoKeni 


HoulahaD, Thomas, jua 


4 


3f 


Lavallee, Louis 


1 


26 f 


MoKeni 


Howley, Patrick 


3 


3f 


Leslie, James 


2 


34 f 


MoLaug 


Hunton, William 


1 


39 f 


Leslie, Moses 


4 


11 f 


lumbe 


Hutchison, Bobert 


6r 


f 2f 


Leslie, Thomas 


2 


34 f 


McLeod 


Hyde, Leonard 


1 


27 f 


Lemoine, Antoine 


2 


27 f 


MoLeod 


Hyde, Mason 


1 


27 f 


Lemoine, Charles, car- 






MoMilla 


Johnson, Andrew 


2o 


fllf 


riage maker 


Ir 


f2ef 


McMorr 


Johnson, Guy 


1 


17 f 


Lenore, James 


5r 


f20h 


McRae, 


Johnson, John 


2 


11 f 


Lewis, Francis 


2 


18 f 


MoRae, 


Johnston, Walter 


lar 


f 17f 


Lewis, John 


4 


21h 


MoSourl 


Keenon, Thomas 


? 


26 f 


Lewis, J. 6 

Little, James 


^0 


f 4f 


Mackay, 
Mackay, 


Kehoej Joseph 


4r 


fl4f 


4 


23 f 


Kelley, Darby 


D 


Gf 


Linnahan, Hugh, tailor 


4 


9f 


Mackay, 


Kelley, James 


4r 


f If 


Linnahan, Thomas 


4 


29 f 


Madden, 


Kelley, James 


D 


Gh 


Long, George 


3 


24 f 


Madden, 


Kelley, Jeremiah 

Kellev. John 


3r 
a1 


f32f 
22 f 


Loner. James 


2 


28 f 

Nf 


Maers, ^ 


MoAmmond, John, jun 
MoBrido, Francis 


Magee, d 
Maiso, J 


Kelley, John 


3r 


f 5f 


I 


20 f 


Kelley, Joseph* • 


2 


11 f 


MoBride, Hugh 


2 


28 f 


Malcolm 


Kelley, Patrick 


Ci 


•fHf 


MoBride, Miles. 


al 


28 f 


Malcolmi 


Kelley, Michael 


4 


32 f 


MoBride, William 


3 


8f 


Maloney 


Kelley, Roderick 


3i 


f 6f 


McCabe, John 


Boflf 1 


Mather, 


Kennedy, Alexander.... 


Bi 


rfMf 


MoCabe, Patrick 


B 


35h 


Maxwell 


Kennedy, Donald 


Bi 


•fMf 


McCaffrey, Charles 


2 


4f 


Miller, J 


Kennedy, James 


1 


15 f 


McCarthy, Daniel 


6 


4f 


Moad, Ri 


Kennedy, John 


1 


16f 


McClinton, Hugh 


5i 


f 6f 


Moad, 1 


Kennedy, Patrick 


5r 


f27h 


MoClinton, Peter 


5 


4f 


Moodie, '. 


Kennedy. Philin 


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6f 


McCloy, Robert. 

McCullough, William.. 





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Moffisitt, 


Kennedy, Timothy 


3 


13 f 


3 


6f 


MoffRtt, 


Kennedy, William 


6 


19 f 


McDonald, Kenneth .... 


5 


]5f 


Moffatt, : 


Kennedy, William 


3 


16f 


M cEwin, Donald 


2 


28 f 


Monaghi 


Kilroe, Michael 


2 


8f 


MoEwin, Reuben 


2 


23 f 


Monaght 


Kilroe, Stephen 


2 


8f 


McFarland, John A B 


26 f 


Monagha 


Kinoh, Alexander 


2o 


f 2f 


MoFsrland, William ... 


A 


i:8f 


Morris, ( 


Lafleur, William...^ 


3 


31 f 


MoGaw, Joseph 


lo 


f36f 


Moylan, 


Lafontaine, Napoleon... 
Lamey, Michael 


Ao 
5 


f27h 
11 f 


McGee. James 


1 
1 


22 f 
22 f 


Mu doon 
Mu ligan 


McGee, Robert 


Langdon, John 


6 


31 f 


McGovern, Robert 


1 


39h 


Mulligan 


Larkin. Thomas. 


3 


20 f 


MoGuire. James 


2r 


fllf 


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26 f 


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22 f 


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MoGaire, Lawreooe.... 

IdCoKenna, James 

MoKenna, Charles 

McKenna, Samuel 

MoLaughlan, William, 

lamber merchant 

MoLeod, John 

MoLeod, Malcolm 

McMillan, John.-. 

MoMorris, James 

NcRae, Alexander 

UoRae, Donald 

McSourlej, James 

Mackay, Robert 

Mackay, Thomas 

Mackay, Wm 

Madden, Ambrose 

Madden, Wm 

Maers, Thomas 

Magee, JoeT, shoemaker. 

Maiso, James 

Malcolmson, James 

Maloolmson, Robert... 

Maloney, Michael 

Mather, Robert J 

Maxwell, L 

Miller, John P 

Moad, Robert 

Moad, Wm 

Moodie, Robert & David 

Moffatt, Alex 

Moffatt, Charles 

Moffatt, Robert 

Monaghan, Edward. .... 

Monaghan, James 

Monaghan, John 

Morris, George 

Moylan, Patrick 

Muldoon, James 

Mulligan, Alexander.... 

Mulligan, Francis 

Mulligan, George 



Con. 

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6 

5 

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15 f 
18 f 

16 f 



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5 


23 f 


2 


29 f 


A 


30 f 


3 


3f 


5 


14 f 


Ao 


f36h 


2 


19 f 


6 


9f 


6 


9f 


6 


8f 


2 


17 f 


2t 


flSf 


5 


8f 


5 


24 f 


3 


2f 


2 


llh 


2 


3f 


4 


7f 


1 


30 f 


2o 


£29 f 


4 


6f 


2 


23 f 


o 


28 f 


4r 


f35h 


AB 


32 f 


AB 


32 f 


AB 


31 f 


5 


20 f 


6 


20 f 


5 


20 f 


2 


5f 


4 


22 f 


6 


31 f 


al 


19 f 


al 


19 f 


al 


20 f 



Mulligan, John 

Mulligan, John 

Mulligan, Joseph 

Monroe, Wm 

Murphy, Edward 

Murphy, Matthew. .... 

Murphy, Michael 

Nankin, John... ,. .... 

Neil, John, sen 

Neil, John, jun 

Neil, Samuel 

Nesbitt, James 

Nesbitt, James 

Nesbitt, John 

Nesbitt, John 

Nesbitt, John 

Nesbitt, John 

Nesbitt, Robert 

Nesbitt, Samuel 

Nelson, John 

Nelson, Thomas 

Nelson, Wm 

Nowland, Wm 

Newton, Michael...., 

Niel, Thomas 

O'Brien, Michael 

O'Dell, Horace E 

0*Grady, Daniel 

O'Grady, Henry &Wm. 

O'Grady, James 

O'Grady, James 

O'Grady, John 

O'Grady, John 

O'Grady, John.... 

O'Grady, J. R 

O'Grady, Matthew 

O'Grady, Michael 

O'Grady, Roderick 

O'Grady, Thos 

O'Grady, Thomas 

O'Hanly, J.L. P 

O'Keefe, David 



258 

Con. Lot. 
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1 
C 
4 
2 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 

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1 
5 



20 f 
26 f 

Th 
28h 
25 f 

9t' 
13h 
20 f 
15 f 
20 f 
28 f 
25 f 
15 f 



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AB 

A 

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2 
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4 

3 

D 

4 

6 

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22 f 
29 f 

28 f 

25 f 
31 f 
S4f 
34 f 

26 f 
4f 

20 f 

15 f 

Fh 

38 f 

29 f 
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14 f 
6 14 f 
lof 8f 



6 
5 
6 

e 

5 
6 
5 
C 
4 



19 f 
34 f 
19 f 

29 f 

30 f 
14 f 
34 f 

Gf 
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O'Keefe, Mrs. 

O'Keefe, Patrick 

Oliustead, George 

Olmstend, Gideon 

Olmstead, Richard 

Olmstead, Solomon 

O'Meara, David 

O'Meara, John 

O'Meara, Patrick 

O'Meara, Thomas 

O'Meara, Thomas, shoe- 
maker 

O'Neii, Edward 

O'Neil, P., tavernkeeper 
Orange, Wm,bIaok8mith 

Padget, Thomas 

Parks, Alexander 

Parks, Robert 

Patterson, George 

Pattison, James 

Pattison, J. J 

Pelham, G. B., architect 
Perkins, R., millwright. 

Philips, George 

Plunkett, Isaac 

Plnnkett, James 

Plunkett, Thomas 

Polhurd, John 

Pollock, Wm 

Powell, Wm 

Prentice, Adam 

Preston, G. H 

Prittie, John 

Qainn, Bernard 

Quinlin, Joseph 

Quinlin, Patrick 

Qainlin, Thomas . 

Ralph, Wm 

Ralston, James 

Rankin, Arthur 

Reardon, Patrick 

Reddy, Michael 



Con. Lot. 
4 21 f 
4 21 f 
1 32 f 
lrf31f 



1 
1 
6 
4 
5 
4 



32 f 
30 f 

23 f 
19 f 

24 f 
19 f 



4 32 f 

B Ih 

alrf21f 

4 35f 
2 11 f 

5 22 f 

6 21 f 
C Gf 
6 23 f 
1 33 
lof33 

1 23 f 
CrfMh 

2 34f 
2 33 f 
2rt26f 
2 29f 
2of 7f 
2rfl5f 
2 28 f 

1 39f 

2 5f 
2rf 2f 
3rfl9f 
3rfl9f 
3rf22f 
4 6f 
4 lOh 
C Ih 
2 8h 
lrf21f 



Reid, Robert 

Reid, Robert 

Richardson, D,, black- 
smith 

Rickey, George 

Rivington, Richard 

Robbins, Richard 

Robert,^S., butcher 

Robert, Franfoiu 

Robertson, G. B., store- 
keeper 

Robertson, John 

Robertson, Thomas 

Robertson, Thomas 

Robinson, N. G 

Rocherter, James 

ROCHESTER, JOHN,. 
Jan., brewer (see card) 

Rochester, John, sen.... 

Rochester, W.Y • 

Rock, Michael 

Rook, John 

Rooney, Michael 

Ross, Wm 

Russell, A. J, crown tim- 
ber agent •••.••....»... 

Soarff, John 

Scobie, Walter, 

Scott, Archibald 

Soott, Robert. » 

Scott, Wm 

Scott, Wm 

Sharp, John 

Shirley, Robert 

Shirley, Thomas 

Shore, John 

Shore, Wm 

Shouldis, Albert 

Shouldis, George 

Skahan, Patrick 

Smith, George 

Smith, George , 



Con. Lot. 
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36 f 

14 f 
GrfUf 

15 f 

27 f 
Cof 3h 

c n 



2 11 f 
5rf35f 
5rf35f 
2 4f 
lof21f 
1 f 39 f 

lof39f 
1 i'30 f 
1 3Uf 
1 3f 
1 3f 
5rfllf 

1 36 f. 

1 f 39 
6rf35f 

2 29f 
lrf32f 
1 I6f 
4 23 f 
lrf35f 
lof32 
A 2f 
A If 
G 33 f 
6 33f 
loflOf 
la lOf 
4rf 2f 
3rf30f 
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Con. Lot 

Smith; James, sen 5 21 f 

Smith, Thomas 2 r f 7 f 

L^pain, Martin 2rf 9f 

Sparks, Edward B o f 1 f 

Sparks, George Bof 1 f 

Sparks, James 5 88 f 

Sparks,John.. 5of82f 

Sparks, Nicholas 6 o f 88 f 

Spittal, Alex., carriage 

maker 2ofl2f 

Spittal, B., hlaoksmith.. 4 r f 81 f 

Spittal, R. P., carpenter 4 85 f 

Sprlitt, James B Mh 

Staokpole, Thomas B r f I f 

Stanley, Robert 6 2f 

Stanley, Robert 2of28f 

Stevenson, Archibald... Arf If 

Stewart, Roderick lof84f 

Stinson, John 1 rf 21 f 

Stinson, John 2 of 12 f 

Stinson, Samuel 1 84 f 

Stinson, Samael 2 80 f 

Stinson, Samuel 3 31 f 

Stinson, Wm 3 35 f 

Sallivan , Jeremiah ...... 1 o f 7 f 

Salliyan, John S.. 1 85 f 

Sallivan, Thomas lof 6f 

Sallivan, Wm Irf38f 

Switzer, Ohristopher.... 2 31 f 

Taylor, Albevt A M f 

Taylor, Richard ArfMf 

Taylor, Robert A 28 f 

Taylor, Robert 3 r f 26 f 

Taylor, Wm 3 25 f 

Taylor, Wm.H A Mh 

Ternan, Thomas a Brf29 f 

Thompson, Wm. & Jno . 1 o f 29 f 

Tiernay, James..... 6rf28f 



Con. Lot. 

Tiernay, John 8 15 f 

Tiemay, John 6rf27f 

Tiernay, John 6rf28f 

Tiernay, Martin 5rflOf 

Tiernay, Thomas 6 r f 27 f 

Tiernay, Wm., sen 6rf27f 

Todd, Samuel 4rfl2f 

Todd, Wm. B 4rf 8f 

Torney, Archibald 6 9 f 

Torney, Wm 6 11 f 

Traveller, Reuben 2of30f 

Troy, Thomas, sen 6 r f 16 f 

Troy, Thomas, jun 6 16 f 

Twohey, Wm 4r f29f 

y illeneuve, Henry 5 24 f 

Walsh, James Brf Ih 

Warren, Henry 2of 8f 

Watson, Edward 2of20f 

Watt, Arthur B 2f 

Watt, John Arf6f 

Waters,B 2ofl6f 

Waters, John 6 20f 

Waters, Martin 3 o f 23 f 

Waters, Patrick 4 o f 17h 

Whelan, Edward 6of 8f 

Whelan, Matthew C Mh 

White, Charles AofLf 

White, Joseph A o f Lh 

White,John. AofKf 

White, Thomas.. AofKf 

Williams, Lewis. CD Ki 

Wilson, Thomas 3of35h 

Winthrop, Geo. black- 
smith 2of20f 

Wood,E.L 1 23 f 

Woodland, Richard 1 o f 88h 

Young, John lof 2f 

Young, Michael lof 2f 



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Con. Lot 

AdunS; James 1 18 

Adaiiu,Jobn 2 84h 

Adanu, William 1 ISf 

Anderson, Edward 4 22h 

Anderson, Robert 4 22h 

Anderson, William 4 20 

Argue, John 4 19 f 

Arkley, Joseph 4 2f 

Armstrong, James 2 20 f 

Armstrong, Robert 4 29h 

Barr, Allen 4 20 f 

Barr, James 4 18h 

Barrows, Alanson 1 17 f 

Barrows, Albert 1 17 f 

Barrows, David 4 21 f 

Barrows, Bolland 1 18 f 

Ball, Michael 3 llf 

Ball, Thomas 3 11 

Baxter, James 4 6f 

Baxter, James 4 5f 

Baxter, Patrick 4 Ih 

Baxter, Thomas..... 4 5 

Beaman, James 3 20 f 

Beaman, S. J 3 21 

Beaman, Uriah 2 15f 

Beaman, William 3 21f 

Beamish, Samuel 3 If 

Beggs, David 3 27f 

Beggs, Thomas 3 88h 

Bell, John 1 16f 

Bell, Samuel I 15f 

Biggim, William . .. ■. 

Birtchel, Samuel 3 33f 

Blakely, Joseph 3 24f 

Borland, Paul 4 86f 

Borland, Robert 4 S6f 

Borland, Thomas 4 85f 

Bowren, Robert 4 36 f 

Bradley, Enoch 1 6 

Bradley, George 1 23 f 



Bradley, James 

Bradley, Richard 

Brady, John 

Brady, John 

Bray, Charles 

Brevitto, Antoine 

Brooklebaok, Wm 

Brown, Andrew 

Brown, Hugh 

Brown, James 

Brown, John ; 

Brown, Robert 

Brown, Robert 

Brown, Thomas 

Browniee, Alexander.... 

Brownlee, Hugh 

Browniee, James H 

Brownlee, John 

Browniee, Wm H 

Bruce, Thomas 

Burchill, Samuel 

Butler, John 

Butler, T 

Oallendor, Alex., sen.... 
Callender, Alex., j un . . . . 

Callender, Andrew 

Oallender, James 

Callender, Wm., sen 

Callender, Wm., jun 

Cameron, Murdoch 

Canfield, Jamet' 

Cantwell, Johnson...... •• 

Carroll, Anthony 

Carson, Charles 

Carson, James 

Carson, John 

Carson, Robert 

Chambers, Adam 

Chambers, Alexander... 
Chambers, John 



Con. 


Lo;. 


1 


6f 


1 


6f 


2 


6f 


1 


6f 


A 


2f 


2 


88h 


4 


84h 


2 


30h 


3 


27 f 


3 


27 f 


3 


27 f 


4 


28h 


1 


4f 


1 


17 f 


4 


8f 


1 


20 f 


4 


8f 


A 


14 f 


4 


8f 


4 


22 f 


3 


38 f 


3 


371k 


1 


23 f 


4 


27 f 


4 


28 f 


4 


21 f 


4 


30 f 


4 


27 f 


4 


27 f 


A 


If 


A 


61" 


A 


8f 


2 


8 


2 


15 


2 


10 f 


2 


10 f 


2 


5f 


A 


17 f 


A 


9f 


A 


13 f 



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DRl£X ELLIPTIO SKIftTS.— lor sale by all first-class Dry 



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Con. Lot. 

Olapp, William 1 23 

ClarV.John 2 10 f 

Olark. Joshua 2 lOf 

Clark', Robert 2 10 

Clingio, John A 19f 

GliDgin, Kobert A 11 f 

Clothier, Joshua A 4f 

Cole, John 2 19 f 

Comes, Samuel 2 16 

Cook, George A 4 

CoDlen,John 2 86h 

Conley, Thomas 4 21h 

Cowell, John 2 27h 

Cowan, William, J. P., 

clerk Division Court.. 4 22 f 

Craig, George 4 21£ 

Craig, Hugh 2 4f 

Craig, Hugh 3 18f 

Craig, Capt. Hugh 3 17 f 

Craig, James 2 9f 

Craig, James 3 20f 

Craig, John 2 lOf 

Craig, Nixou 2 14f 

Craig, Richard 3 20f 

Craig, Richard 3 20f 

Craig, Robert, J.P 3 17 f 

CRAIG, ROBERT, 3 12 f 

Craig, Samuel 4 14 f 

Craig, Thomas, sen 3 13 f 

Craig, Thomas, tannery. 4 22 f 

Craig, Thomaa 3 15 

Craig, William 4 18f 

Craig, William 2 12f 

Craig, WilUam, J. P 3 21 f 

Crawford, James 2 29h 

Crawford, John 3 20f 

Crawford, Thomas 4 20 

Cryderman, Alexander... 4 21 f 

Cryderman, Jacob 4 21 

Daly, Edward 4 20 

Daly, James 4 13f 

Daly, Robert 4 13 f 



267 

Con. Lot. 

Daughney, Patrick A 3f 

Daughney, Thomas A 8f 

Davis, Robert 1 10 f 

Davis, Simon A 12h 

Dawson, John 2 12 f 

Denison, William A 9f 

Dewis, Frederick 2 12h 

Dillon, James 2 24 

Dillon, John, sen 2 24 f 

Dillon, John 8 23f 

Dillon, Robert 2 24 f 

Dillon, Samuel 2 24h 

Dillon, Thomas 2 24 

Dilworth, John 4 12f 

Dilworth, Robert 4 12 

Dilworth, Thomas 4 17 f 

Dixon, John 2 23 f 

Dixon, Robert 4 28 f 

Drynan, Robert 4 21 

Dunbar, William A 14f 

Duncan, Joseph, A Ih 

Duncan, L A 5f 

Duncan, Samuel A 5f 

Dunlop, Francis A 16 

Eastman, Adam J 1 23 f 

Eastman, Adam 1 26 f 

Eastman, David 3 15 f 

Eastman, George 1 27 f 

Eastman, John A 3 15 f 

Eastman, John M ,. 1 26 f 

Eastman, N 2 20f 

Eastman, Robert J., J.P . 1 22 f 

Eastman,]Wm 4 20h 

Eastman, Z 3 22 

Eastman, Z 2 20f 

Elliott, John 2 12h 

Elliott, Wm 3 20 f 

Elliott, Wm 4 18f 

EUis, George 3 28 

Evans, John 1 7f 

Fenton, Johnston E 3 22 f 

Fennell, John 2 22f 



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B Fennell, Joseph 

B 1 L; Fennell, Richard 

fl 1 n, Fennell, Richard 

B I 11 1 Fennell. Thomas Henrr. 


Con. Lot. 
2 28f 
A 21f 
2 22f 
A 20f 
A 20 
A 20h 
4 llf 
2 12 
2 If 
4 4f 
8 5f 
A 7 
A 7f 
8 16 
2 12 
4 22 
1 4 
1 4f 
1 12 

1 12f 

2 11 

8 6f 
A 5 
1 7 
A 18f 
A 13f 

1 23h 

2 8f 
2 8f 
4 7h 
8 20 
4 7f 
2 6f 
4 7f 
1 2f 
4 20f 


Griffith, Thomas 

Griffith. Wm 


Con. Lot. 
2 28h 

2 28h 

3 21f 

1 8h 

2 30h 
A 9f 

4 17 
1 If 
1 If 
1 11 

1 If 
A llf 
A 12 f 
A 17 f 

2 81h 
8 20f 
A 7f 

2 27 f 
A 7f 
4 3f 
4 4f 
4 35 f 
4 20 
8 21 f 
1 7f 
1 20 f 
1 20h 
1 19 f 
1 18f 
1 19f 

1 8 
A 2f 

3 29 
8 86h 

4 21f 
A 8f 
8 29f 
4 20f 

2 27f 
4 14f 
8 8f 
4 18 f 


1 Keat 
B Keni 


Griffith, Wm 


B Keni 


Griffith, Z 

Hanahan. John • 


B Keni 


1 If'! Fennell, Thomas 


B Keni 


1* nl Fennell, Wm 


Harrison. Simeon 


B Kent 


! j Fiddis, Hugh 

ti , 1 Flanagan, James 

; Fortune, Wm.P 

1 l^i^ Fox, John 

' Fox. Patrick 


Hart. Francis 


B Kerf 


Haugh,John 

Haugh, Martin 

Hauffh. Michael 


■ Kerr 
B Kerr, 
B Kerr 


Haugh, Ihomas 

Henderson, John. 

Henderson, James 

Hicks, Eli 

Hicks. James 


1 ^?y' 

B Kine 


, i Fraser. John, iun 


iK J i Fraaer, John 


B Kite, 


Ill FuUarton, Samuel 

Ijr ! 1 FuUarton, Wm. John .... 

^1 Galligan, Daniel 

{|wj Galloway, Robert 

II ||; v^ Galloway, Samuel 

t| 11 1 i , Garland, Nicholas 

1 11 Garland, Wm 

1 fa J Gault, John 

1 m ! Geddcs. Adam 


B Knap 
B Lakei 


Hicks. John 


B Lang, 


Hicks. Peter 


■ Latim 


Hioks, Thomas 

Hicks, Wellington 

Hill, John, sen 

HUl, John 

Hodgins, William, J. P. 

Holden, Horatio 

Holden, Solomon 

Hooley, James 

Hvland, Georee 


B Latim 

B Lapla 

Lawre 

Lee, . 

Lee, J 


1' P' , Geddes, Adam 


Leech 


Hi iMh' V Geddes, John 


Lewisj 


ifl >i j] ' : Gibson, Alexander 

1 ' |!«ij t ill Gibson, llobert 

W Ji f Gilbert, Henry 

1 % ; Goodall, Charles. .., 

1 >' 1i Li Goodall, John 

1 r t' i' Goode, Edward 


Lewis, 

Lindst 

Lindss 

Lindsi 

Lindst 

Lindsa 

Lindsa 

Lindsa 

Loohei 

Loidre 

Lynch 

McCal 

McOal 

McCar 

McGor 

McCor 

McCor 

McEw< 


Hyland, James 

Jamieson, John « 


Jamieson, David 

Jamiesou, Samuel 

Jamieson, William 

Jennings, John 


:V'i Goode, Henry 

>\ li) . Goode, James 

if" Goode, Thomas 

!'l 1 ' Goode, Wm 

; J!f , il Go8sen,John 

,Ll'* r Graham. James 


Johnston, Abraham 

Johnston, Arthur 

Johnston, George E 

Johnston. James 


ilir.'iit, Graham. James 


3 12 f 


Johnston, James 


|k|«|| I i Graham, Robert 

iWlB^ Graham, Thomas 

ttlwIPl ' Griffith. James 


3 14f 
8 14 

1 3h 

4 22f 

2 23 f 


Johnston, James 

Johnston, John 

Johnston. Robert 


afiMiJ Griffith. John L 


Johnston, William 

Jones. Nohemiah 


|H|m| ;i Griffith. Thomas 






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Con. Lot 

ICeatine, George 4 21 f 

Kennedy, John 3 7f 

Kennedy, James 4 17f 

Kennedy, James, jun.... 4 17 

Kennedy, William A Of 

Kennedy, William, jun . 4 18 f 

Kerfoot, Samuel 4 20h 

Kerr, James, jun 1 14 f 

Kerr, Robert 1 14 f 

Kerrigan, John 3 4f 

KeyB,Lewi8 ...-4 22f 

King, William 1 33h 

Kite, James 3 25 

Knapp, Joseph 2 33f 

Lakeman, James 1 11 f 

Lang, John A lOf. 

Latimer, James 1 22 f 

Latimer, Joseph 2 21h 

Laplant, John 2 35h 

Lawrence, Thomas 4 5 

Lee, James 3 35h 

Lee, John 2 85h 

Leech, George 3 9f 

Lewis, Edward 1 31 f 

Lewis, Robert 1 8 

Lindsay, Alexander 1 25 

Lindsay, David 1 25 

Lindsay, James 1 25 f 

Lindsay, James D 1 16f 

Lindsay, John C, J. Jf , . 1 25 f 

Lindsay, William A 1 16 

Lindsay. William 2 25 f 

Loohead, Rev. William.. 2 26 f 

Loi^re, Duffield 3 21 

Lynch, J. J 1 23h 

MoCallum, James 2 24 f 

MoOallum, James, jun... 2 24 f 

McCardy, A 1 18f 

McOord, Henry 4 2f 

McCorkill, James A 14f 

MoCorkill, Thomas A 14f 

MoEwen, Albert 4 20f 



McEwn, Benjamin. 

MoEwaa, Daniel 

MoEwen, Harvey.... 
MoEwon, Hiram.... 

MoEwen, James 

MoEwen, John 

MoEwen, Mark 

MoEwen, William.... 

MoGee, David 

MoGee, James 

MoGee, James, jun. • 

MoGee, John 

MoGuire, Gormiok.. 
MoKargio, Alfred... 
MoKerrigan, James.. 
MoKinstry, Jamos.., 
MoNamara Martin.. 

MoNeely, Daniel 

McNeely, John 

MoNeely, William... 
MoNeely, Thomas... 
MoNiece, James. ..., 

MoTavish, John 

Macartney, George..., 
Macartney, Goorgo . . . 

Maguire, John 

Maguire, Patrick.... « 

Mahony, John 

Manes, John 

Manes, .William 

Martin, Gyrus 

Martin, Stephen 

May, Thomas 

Mathers, Henry 

Mathers, John 

Meredith, William... 

Milgate, George 

Miller, James 

Miller, Robert 

Miller, William 

Millikin, William 

Mitchell, Henry 



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Lot. 


4 


20 f 


4 


20 f 


2 


18 f 


4 


20 f 


2 


11 f 


1 


3f 


4 


20 


1 


3f 


3 


84h 


4 


26 f 


4 


26 


3 


34 


2 


21 f 


1 


22h 


4 


22 f 


4 


13 f 


3 


20 


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6f 


A 


6f 


A 


6f 


A 


6 


i 


8f 


1 


Oh 


3 


20 f 


4 


21h 


2 


7f 


2 


21 f 


2 


3f 


A 


16 f 


4 


31 f 


1 


23 f 


1 


23 f 


A 


12 f 


3 


33 f 


4 


Oh 


A 


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2 


28h 


1 


4f 


4 


27 


1 


4 


4 


22 f 


1 


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Moffatt, John, jun 3 16 

MoflFatt, Jamea 3 16 f 

Moffatt, James 2 15 f 

Moffatt, Kobert 2 13h 

Moffatt, Koberfc 2 9 

Moffatt. Thomas 3 16 

Moffatt, Thomas 3 15f 

Moffatt, Thomas 2 13h 

Moffatt, William 3 16 

Mooahan, Thomas 3 3f 

Monahan, George 3 3 

Montgomery, Bugh 4 24 f 

Montgomery, John 1 19 f 

Montgomery, John A 16h 

Montgomery, John, sen . A 19 f 

Montgomery, John, jun. A 19h" 

Montgomery, John 4 24 

Montgomery, Robert 4 21 f 

Montgomery, William.... 4 24 f 

Mooney, Michael A 13f 

Moore, Edward 3 12 

Morell, Oliver 1 25 

Morgan, Thomas 1 27 

Morphy, Joshua 3 21 f 

Murphy, William 1 23 f 

Neeland, James 4 26 f 

Neeland, Wm 4 25f 

Nixon, John 2 14 f 

O'Brien. John A 6f 

O'Callahan, Cornelius.... 1 22 f 

O'Callahan, John, sen... 1 23 f 

O'Callahan, John, jun. . . A 18 f 

O'Callahan, Michael 2 5 

O'Callahan, Wm 1 2f 

O'Connor, John A Ih 

O'Connor, Daniel 2 21f 

O'Connor, J eremiah 2 22 f 

O'Connor, Matthew 2 21 f 

O'Connor, Thomas A 1 

O'Hara, Peter 4 35h 

0'Neil,John 2 37h 

O'Neil, Michael 2 87 



O'Neil, Timothy 

Orr,James 

Ovens, Kobert 

Pattjjon, Wm. M.... 

Pelan, B 

Pelkey,Isaao 

Pelkey, U 

Pender, Thomas 

Pettipieoe, Anthony. 
Pettipiece, Arthur . . . 
Pettipiece, James.... 

Pettipieoe, J 

Pettipiece, Mathias.. 
Pettipieoe, Kobert. . . . 
Pettipieoe, Kobert, . . . 
Pettipiece, Thomas . . 
Pettipiece, Thomas . . 

Pettipieoe, Wm 

Phelan, John 

Poland, Michael 

Pollock, George 

Pollock, Gavin 

Pollock, James 

Pollock, Thomas 

Potter, Andrew 

Potter, John 

Potter, Robert 

Potter, Samuel , 

Potter, Thomas 

Pratt, Francis 

Pratt, Isaiah 

Pratt, James 

Pratt, James..., 

Pratt, Henry 

Pratt, Wm 

Kedmsd, Michael.... 

Reilly, James 

Revett, Christmas.... 

Rice, Henry 

Rice, John 

Robinson, Hugh 

Robinson, James. ... 



Con. Lot. 
2 37 



2 lOf 
2 8 
4 21 f 

2 25 

3 37h 
35h 

7h 
11 f 
19f 
19 f 
11 f 
28 
11 f 
19 f 

4f 

21 f 

22 f 
16 f 



2 

3 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

A 

1 

4 

2 

A 10 



1 
1 
1 
4 
4 
4 
1 
A 



16 f 
16 
16 
13 f 
26 f 
26 
11 f 
3h 



A 3h 

3 35h 

4 21f 
23 f 
21 f 
10 f 
10 f 
22h 

A lOf 
2 lib 
A llf 
A llf 
4 5f 
2 16 



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OOUNTT OARLBTON. 



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BobioBOD, Wm 

Booney, Bernard, 

Booney, DaDiel 

Booney, John 

Booney, John, jun 

Booney, Wm., jun 

Booney, Wm 

Bose, John 

Bossell, Alexander 

Bussell, Thomas 

Santimer, Francis 

Sargeant, Bev. Wm. G., 
Church of England.... 

Saunders, James 

Saxon, Joseph 

Soarff, Enoch 

Scarff, Bobert 

Scar£F, Thomas 

Scarff, Wm 

Scobie, Samuel 

Scott, Francis 

Scott, Francis 

Scott, Hiram 

Scott, Ingram 

Scott, James 

Scott, James 

Scott, Wm 

Seabrook, Henry 

Service, Adam 

Sbelton, Thomas . 

Shillington, Thomas 

Simmons, John 

Stanley, Wm 

Stephenson, John 

Sutherland, John 

Taylor, Peter 

Thompson, Gilbert 

Thompson, James 

Thompson, John 

Thompson, Bobert 

Tighe, Bichard 

Tighe, John 



Con. 


Lot. 


4 


5 


4 


14 f 


4 


14 f 


4 


15 f 


4 


16 


4 


15 


4 


15 f 


2 


29h 


2 


26 


2 


26 f 


2 


9 


4 


21h 


A 


8f 


2 


17 


A 


4h 


1 


6 


1 


6f 


A 


4h 


A 


15 f 


1 


10 f 


1 


lOh 


3 


20 f 


1 


lOh 


1 


20 f 


4 


6h 


2 


11 f 


3 


9f 


4 


23 f 


2 


25 


I 


7f 


^ 


20 f 


1 


18 f 


2 


34h 


1 


21 f 


4 


82h 


3 


26 f 


3 


24 f 


3 


36 f 


3 


26 f 


A 


2f 


A 


2f 



Con, Lot. 

Tobin, Wm .... 1 If 

Todd, Wm.,sen 4 31 f 

Tood, Wm.,jun 4 31 f 

Trimble, George 3 If 

Trimble, Wm 3 22 f 

Tremblay, Michael 4 42 f 

Vaughan, John 1 8f 

Yaughan, Wm A 9f 

Waddell, James 2 7f 

Waddell, James, j un 2 7 

Waddell, John 2 7f 

Waddell, Jonathan 2 7 

Wake, Henry 3 30h 

Wallace, Andrew 3 18 f 

Wallace, Alexander 3 18 f 

Wallace, Alexander, jun. 3 19 f 

Wallace, Hugh 3 18 f 

Wallace, James 3 19 f 

Wallace, John 3 18 

Wallace, J., blacksmith . 4 20 f 

Wallace, Bobert 3 18 

Wallace, Bobert I 2lf 

Wallace, Bobert 3 19 f 

Wallace, Wm 3 21 

Waterson, Gabriel 1 7f 

Waterson, James A 6h 

Waterson, Noble A 7f 

Waterson, Bobert A 7 

Watts, Henry 4 24f 

Watts, Hiram 2 18 f 

Watts, Bufus 4 24f 

Webster, Hazleton 4 24 f 

Wells, Francis 2 17h 

White, Wm 1 13 

Wilkes, W.S 2 32f 

Williams, George A 5f 

Williams, Henry A 5f 

Williams, John A 5f 

Williams, John A 5f 

Willis, Wm 2 33f 

Wilson, Alexander 3 40h 

Wilson, James A 12 f 



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Wilson, Robert A 5h 

Wilson, Thomas 4 6h 

Wilwrath, Lawrenoe A 19 

Wright, Albert 4 21 f 

Wright, Allen 2 lOh 

Wright, Horace 4 21 



Cod. Lot. 

Wright, James 4 21h 

Wright, John 4 21f 

Wright, Mark 4 21f 

Wright, Thomas 2 14 

Young, George A 16f 



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Allen, Arthur & Samuel. . 1 85 

Allen, Joseph, M.D 8 21 

Allen, James 2 86 

Allen, Robert... 2 35 

Allen, Vance 2 34 

Anderson, David 9 15 

Andrews, Hazlet 8 29 

Andrews, James 7 33 

Andrews, James 8 29 

Andrews, John 9 28 

Armstrong, William 1 87 

Baily, Thomas 6 17 

Baker, Adam J 7 20 

Bauldry, John 5 19 

B^langer, Felix 7 23 

Bell, John 8 8 

BeU, William 8 6 

Blair, Wilson 5 17 

Blair, John 6 18 

Blanchfield, Edward 3 26 

Blanchfield, James 3 26 

Blanchfield, John 3 31 

Blanchfield, John 2 27 

Blanchfield, Patrick 3 30 

Bowen, George 10 27 

Bower, John C 3 27 

Boyd, Edward bf 27 

Brady, James 1 3 

Brady, Thomas 2 15 

Branock, Michael 4 23 



Bray, Charles 

Brennan, James 

Brennan, Michael 

Brennan, John 

Brennan, Philip 

Broao, Joseph 

Brown, Henry 

Brown, John 

Brownlee, Thomas 

Brunton, John 

Brunton, Samuel 

Buchanan, James 

Buckles, James 

Burns, Lawrence 

Burns, Terrence 

Butler, Truelove ■ 

Oahill, John 

Gain, Silas 

Caldwell, Aaron 

CameMn, Allen 

Cameron, Daniel 

Cameron, Daniel. 

Cameron, Duncan 

Cameron, William 

Campbell, Alexander 

Campbell, Archibald 

Campbell, Daniel 

Campbell, Donald 

Campbell, Duncan W 

Campbell, Hugh 



1 
1 



3 
3 



15 
10 



9 30 

10 20 

11 38 
8 44 

10 17 

10 17 

2 4 

10 34 

10 35 

1 3 

2 41 



10 
10 



bf 22 

4 3 

10 18 

4 4 
7 32 

6 20 

7 80 
9 25 

6 21 

7 24 

5 42 
5 39 

8 31 
5 41 
5 34 



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DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRTS.-For sale by all flrst-elass Dry 



Con. 


Lot. 


.... 4 


21h 


.... 4 


21 f 


.... 4 


21 f 


.... 2 


14 


A 


16 f 



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Con. Lot. 
39 
89 
80 
29 
42 
86 



Campbell, John 8 

Campbell, John 6 

Campbell, John 8 

Campbell, John 9 

Campbell, John S 4 

Campbell, Joseph M 6 

Campbell, Joseph A 6 41 

Campbell, Robert 10 41 

Campbell, Thomas 8 38 

Campbell, W. F., merchant 7 20f 

Cangley, Edward 5 22 

Cangley, Patrick 4 13 

Cangley, Thomas 4 14 

Cangley, Wm 6 22 

Carry, William 7 7 

CarsoD, Archibald 7 33 

Carson, Oliver 6 83 

Carson, Thomas 6 32 

Cartwright, Noble 11 21 

Casserly, John 9 23 

Casserly, William 9 23 

Cassidy, John 2 40 

Chamberlin, George 8 26 

Chambers, James 1 7 

Charlebois, Charles 5 10 

Christopher, Patrick 4 4 

Clark, Archibald 4 43 

Clark, Moses 1 85 

Cleland, Alexander. 2 27 

Cleland, Hugh 2 28 

Cleland, Robert 2 25 

Cleland, William 2 28 

Cochran, John 11 24 

Coleman, Patrick 5 21 

Comrie, William 7 27 

Condy, David 1 6 

Condy, William 1 6 

Cunlan, Patrick 8 3 

Connors, Denis 1 13 

CoDnors, Henry 1 12 

Connors, Jeremiah 1 18 

Connors, John 5 8 



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Con. Lot. 

Oonnors, Thaddens 2 8 

Connors, Thomas 5 7 

Connors, William 5 7 

Conway, John 2 23 

Conway, Michael 2 23 

Cooper, Robert 8 11 

Corcoran, James. 8 30 

Corcoran, Thomas... 7 5 

Corrigan, Hugh 8 12 

Cowan, Robert 2 33 

Cowlan, James 10 28 

Coyle, Thomas L I 10 

Craig, Daniel 9 25 

Crearer,John 6 35 

Crearer, Peter 6 35 

Cullen, James b f 24 

Curran, John 3 2 

Daley, James 3 14 

Daley, John 4 15 

Daley, Matthew 1 21 

Daley, Michael 3 14 

Daley, Thomas 4 12 

Dalglish, Alexander 7 30 

DalgUsh, James 9 32 

Dalglish, John 9 31 

Dalglish, Thomas 7 30 

Darcy, Thomas 3 13 

Davidson, Peter 1 9 

Davidson, Robert 1 5 

Davidson, William 1 9 

Davis, Daniel b f 30 

Davis, Whitcomb 1 33 

Dempsey, George 9 14 

Dempsey, James 9 15 

Denpsey, William 9 14 

Devereau, Thomas 4 21 

Dewan, Patrick 2 17 

Dewar, John , 10 38 

Doctor, William 8 20 

Doctor, William R 8 20 

Dolan, Francis 1 10 

Dolan, Francis LI 11 



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Dolan, John L I 11 

Dolao, Michael, merchant. 1 12 

Dolan, Patrick 1 5 

Donaldson, John 6 33 

Douglas, John 7 10 

Douglas, Joseph, sen 9 10 

Douglas, Joseph, jun 9 11 

Dow, Alexander 10 37 

Dow, Alexander 7 26 

Dow, James 9 36 

Dow, John 10 37 

Dow, Thomas 7 26 

Doyle, Andrew 3 16 

Doyle, Bernard 2 19 

Doyle,James 1 21 

Doyle, James 1 11 

DoylojJames 1 16 

Doyle, James 2 19 

Doyle, Martin 2 19 

Doyle, Stephen b f 33 

Doyle, Sylvester 3 16 

Drew, John bf 25 

Duncan, James 5 4 

Dunford, Patrick 2 9 

Dunlop, Jno., blacksmith . 2 31 

Eardley, Michael 8 4 

Bardley, Patrick 8 4 

Eardley, Wm 2 13 

Elliott, James 8 7 

Evans, Francis 3 12 

Farlinger, John 9 20 

Fegan, Charles 1 19 

Fegan, Christopher 1 19 

Fehan, Daniel L2 & 

Penning, Alexander 4 11 

Penning, Patrick.... 7 14 

Ferguson,'Daniel 3 41 

Ferguson, Duncan, sen ... . 4 34 

Ferguson, Duncan 4 35 

Ferguson, John 4 34 

Ferguson, John 6 38 

Ferguson, John 3 42 



Con. Lot. 



Fei'guson, John 3 

Ferguson, Peter 3 

Finan,John 4 

Finley, Lawrence 2 

Fisher, Archibald 5 

Fisher, James 8 

Flood, Patrick 4 

Fox, John 3 

Fox, John...... 3 

Fox,Wm 2 

Fraser, David 7 

Gaffney, James 1 

Galbraith, Archibald. 7 

Gerard, Daniel 6 

Gerard, Thomas 6 

Gilleesie, John 9 

Gilleesie, James 10 

Gilleesie, Michael 10 

Gleason, James 3 

Gleason, Matthew 3 

Gold, Thomas 7 

Gold, Thomas J 7 

Goode, John 6 

Goode,John 11 

Gordon, Moses 4 

Graham, Solomon 8 

Grant, George 9 

Grant, James 9 

Grant,John 8 

Grant, Michael 9 

Grant, Patrick 9 

Grant, Patrick 9 

Grant, Peter 3 

Grey, Wm 5 

Hall,John 9 

Hall, Wm 10 

Hanna, Henry 7 

Hanna, Joseph B 7 

Harney, Patrick 2 

Harney, Patrick 2 

Harris, Orlando 1 

Hartley, Henry 8 



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DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIBTS.-For sale by all flrst-class Dry 



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40 


Hatch 


7 


Heanc 


14 


Henai 


41 


Henaii 


6 


Hendc 


20 


Heppi 


2 


Hoppi 


11 


Herbe 


1 


Herbei 


36 


Berbei 


42 


Herbei 


18 


Higgio 


25 


fliggin 


25 


Hill, J 


29 


Hill, S 


30 


Horo, 


31 


Horo, 


22 


Hourig 


12 


Howes, 


20 


Howes, 


20 


Howley 


26 


Humes, 


33 


Hunt, 


36 


Hunt, ] 


17 


Hunter 


24 


Hurley, 


16 


Hurley, 


12 


Hyland 


16 


Jacksoi 


16 


JekiU, 


26 


Johnsto 


28 


Jones, : 


21 


Judge A 


19 


Judge, ; 


30 


Kavanaj 


23 


Kavanaj 


23 


Kearns, 


6 


Kearns, 


5 


Keefe, . 


8 


Keeney, 


13 


Keeney, 






OODNTT OABLBTON. 



Con. 

Haeset, Patrick 4 

Hatch, ThomKi 2 

Heaney, James 1 

HcDan, David 2 

HenaD, Wm.. 2 

Henderson, Wm 9 

Heppinstall, Christopher.. 10 

Hoppinstall, Bichard 10 

Herbert, Alexander 4 

Herbert, Michael 8 

Herbert, Patrick 3 

Herbert, Patrick 5 

Higgins, James 8 

Higgins,Jolui 9 

Hill, John 10 

Hill, Stuart 10 

Horo, James 7 

Horo, Patrick 7 

Hourigan, James 5 

Howes, James 7 

Howes, Robert 7 

Howley, Th&deos 1 

Hnmes, John 9 

Hnnt, Henry..**. 7 

Hunt, Robert 1 

Hunter, Wm 9 

Hurley, James 11 

Hurley, John 11 

Hyland, John 7 

Jackson, George 9 

Jekill, Wm 6 

Johnston, James 10 

Jones, Robert 6 

JudgeMichael 7 

Judge, Patrick 8 

Eayanagh, Edward 2 

Kavanagh, Peter 2 

Kearns, James 10 

Kearns, Wm 10 

Keefe, James 7 

Keeney, Bartley 5 

Eeeney,John 5 



Lot. 

11 

9 

4 

11 

11 

24 

21 

21 

11 

15 

16 

28 

9 

8 

89 

39 

29 

20 

16 

16 

17 

6 

34 

84 

39 

88 

40 

87 

7 

88 

19 

84 

81 

5 

5 

11 

2 

19 

20 

11 

11 

11 



OOB. 

Keenay, Patrick. >••••.. 6 

Kelly, David 1 

Kelly, Patrick 1 



Kelly, Wm 1 

Kelso, Hugh 1 

Kennedy, Alexander 7 

Kennedy, Alexander, jun. 7 

Kennedy, Andrew b f 

Kennedy, Archibald....!.. 7 

Kennedy, David 7 

Kennedy, Duncan 7 

Kennedy, Hugh 7 

Kennedy, James 7 

Kennedy, John 7 

Kenny, Patrick. ...: 2 

Kenny, Thomas 2 

Keogh, James 4 

Keogh, James 5 

Keogh, Thomas 6 

Kerfoot, John b f 

Kerr, James, sen 1 

Kerr, James, jun 1 

Kerr, John 2 

Kiddie, Alexander 7 

Kilfoyle, John 5 

Kilfoyle, Patrick 2 

Kinoade, Robert 10 

EanseUa,John 10 

Knowles, Wm 2 

Lang, George 10 

Latimer, Q«orge 8 

Latimer, Henry 8 

Latimer, James 8 

Latimer, Little 1 

Lawler, James 5 

Lawson, Andrew 8 

Leaghy,Thadeus 6 

Lechance, Abraham 6 

Lee, John 5 

Lee, Wm 5 

Le Moine, Antoiae 10 

Leonard, Michael ... A 8 



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Lot. 
11 
17 
17 
29 
40 
21 
42 
82 
44 
85 
43 
21 
85 
21 
89 
6 
9 
9 
8 

85 

27 

28 

27 

88 

8 

4 

27 

85 

84 

40 

19 

14 

14 

11 

10 

21 

24 

8 

6 

8 

40 

12 



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Lflplant, Francis 1 12 

Ligoomb, Trueman 6 40 

Logan, John 1 88 

Logan, John 1 26 

Logan, John 7 82 

Logan, Wm 1 26 

Logan, Wm 2 26 

Loney, James 9 17 

Loney,John 9 18 

Loney, Richard 7 11 

Loney, Robert 10 22 

Loney, Samuel 9 17 

Loney, Wm 9 26 

Lowrey, Robert 1 8 

MoAndrew, Peter 7 85 

MoArthnr, Donald 9 28 

McOabe, Patrick 5 26 

MoCamey, Bernard. LI 9 

McCarney, WUliam L I 8 

MoOartin, John 8 23 

McOaul, John 5 40 

MoOoUum, James 2 12 

McCoUam, John 9 44 

MoConnell, Robert 8 48 

McCormiok, Hugh 8 22 

MoOormiok, John 10 32 

McOroetie, Adam 7 24 

McCrosUe, Andrew 7 24 

McOroBtie, James 6 28 

McCrostie, Peter 6 27 

McDiarmid, Alexander.... 3 86 

MeDiarmid, Angus 9 28 

McDiarmidy Angus 4 41 

MoDiarmid, Archibald.... 4 40 

MoDiarmid, Archibald.... 4 87 

MoDiarmid, Duncan 6 81 

MoDiarmid, Hugh 3 88 

MoDiarmid, John 8 86 

MoDiarmid, John 4 87 

MeDiarmid, John 9 28 

MeDiarmid, John L 4 38 

MeDiarmid, Neil 3 37 



Oon. Lot. 

MoDole, Daniel 6 18 

McDole, James 6 18 

McDole, Matthew 6 15 

MoDole, Patrick 6 15 

McDonald, Duncan 9 40 

McDonald, Duncan 6 89 

MoDonald, James 9 40 

McDonald, John 8 40 

McDonald, John 6 84 

McDonell, Alexander 8 28 

McDonell, Allen 7 25 

McDonell, Duncan 8 25 

McDonell, John 10 28 

McDonell, Joseph 9 24 

McDonell, WiUiam 10 28 

McDonongh, James 2 6 

McEnry, William 5 88 

McEvoy, Thomas 3 17 

McEyoy, Edmund b f 36 

McEvoy, Edward 3 19 

McEvoy, Edward 8 21 

McEvoy, John 3 20 

McEvoy, Michael 2 29 

McEvoy, Patrick 3 19 

MoEwen, Alexander 8 87 

McEwen, Arthur LI 8 

MoEwen, Daniel 9 35 

MoEwen, Duncan 7 37 

MoEwen, John 10 22 

MoEwen, John 6 40 

MoEwen, James J 9 16 

MoEwen, Peter 8 87 

MoEwen, Peter 9 35 

McGee, Francis 5 2 

MoGee, Patrick 3 17 

McGee, Patrick 5 2 

MeGill, Francis 10 38 

MoGirr, Alexander 8 27 

McGirr, William 7 27 

MoGrath, John 1 4 

McGregor, Alexander 5 87 

McGregor, John 8 42 



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OOUNTT OABLBIOIT. 



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Con. Lot. 

MoOnire, Patriok 1 20 

MoOuire, Patrick 10 18 

MoHale, Edward 8 

MoHale, Patrick 3 9 

Molnnis, John 6 84 

Molntyre, Duncan 9 27 

Molutyre, James 9 27 

Molntyre, Robert 9 24 

MoKane, W. J 1 82 

McKay, Hugh 10 29 

McKay, John 10 22 

McKay, William 2 87 

McKorkell, James 1 14 

McKorkell, William 1 14 

McLaren, Alexander 8 36 

McLaren, Daniel 6 22 

McLaren, Donald 8 37 

McLaren, Duncan 6 21 

McLaren, John 9 87 

McLaren, Peter 8 88 

McLaren, Peter 8 86 

McLaren, Peter 9 28 

McLaren, Samuel 8 86 

McLaughlin, Hugh 10 86 

McMahon, Patrick 9 28 

McMahon, Philip 5 24 

McManimy, Forbes 6 18 

McManning, John 6 14 

McMartin, Duncan 4 89 

MoMartin, Daniel 5 88 

McMillen, James 2 89 

McMorrow, Bernard 4 4 

McMullin, Z 7 21 

McNab, Duncan 9 30 

McNab, John 8 28 

MoNab, Peter 8 82 

MoNab, Robert 8 83 

McNeil, Duncan 7 81 

McNeil, Finloy 7 31 

McPhaU, Archibald 5 48 

McPherson, Alexander.... 10 27 

McPherson, James 10 28 



OoB. Lot. 

McPherson, James 6 85 

MoQuhel, Thomas 9 14 

MoRuar, Robert 10 28 

MflTavish, Alexander 8 89 

MoTavish, Archibald 6 22 

McTavish, Robert 8 88 

McVeigh, John 11 85 

McVeigh, Stewart 11 34 

Malloch,John 11 44 

Malloch,Neil 10 44 

Malloch, Peter 11 44 

Malone, John 6 11 

Mansfield, Thomas 1 2 

Mansfield, William 1 1 

Mantle, James 4 22 

Marlin, Vance 2 42 

Marshall, James 1 89 

Marshall, Michael 8 23 

Marshall, Robert 3 24 

Marshall, Thomas 3 28 

Martin, Joseph 1 7 

Martin, Peter 1 7 

Matthews, Hugh 8 15 

Meldrum, John 8 43 

Meldmm, Robert 8 43 

Melvin, T!iomas 7 29 

Mitchell, William 6 1 

Montgomery, James 7 89 

Moon, Willis 2 86 

Mooney,Owen 3 32 

Moran, John 4 5 

Morris, Edward 6 19 

Morris, Edward 7 33 

Morris, James 7 33 

Morrison, Hugh 3 6 

Morrison, John 8 9 

Moses, Robert 2 24 

Murdock, Michael 1 36 

Murphy, Michael 1 22 

Murphy, Thomas 1 16 

Murphy, William 2 22 

Murray, James 7 41 



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Mnrray, John 6 

Marray, Joseph 10 

Mnnay, Patriok 7 

Nuh, Riehurd 10 

Neville, Joho 8 

Niohols, GostavuB 10 

O'Bo^le, Rev. Thomas.... 5 

O'BneOi James 1 

(VBrieo, Matthew. 2 

O'Brien, Michael 2 

O'Brien, Patrick 2 

O'Byine, Patrick 3 

O'Oonnor, John 4 

O'Dowd, John b f 

O'Meara, James ,. 2 

O'Bonrke, Thomas 3 

Olmstead, Solomon 8 

Otto, Peter 6 

Otto, Mrs.. 5 

Owens, Thomas 7 

Palmer, Thomus 8 

Parkes, Samael 10 

Patterson, Hezekiah 2 

Patterson, Robert 2 

Patterson, Samael ....... 2 

Panpst, Rudolph 7 

Pelton, Hiram 10 

Pelton, James 9 

Pepper, Francis 7 

Phajr,Wm 7 

Piper, Henry 3 

Piper, John 4 

Piper, Pierce 3 

Piper, Wm 4 

Plunkett, Thomas 2 

Popham, Gborge 6 

Popham, Wm. F 6 

PorieuB, Wm 6 

Portcons, Matthew 7 

Porteons, Wm 7 

Quail, James 7 

Quail, John 8 



Lot. 
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16 
41 

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22 

20 

18 

16 

12 

12 

25 

29 

24 

10 

13 

Id 

19 

19 

9 

27 

39 

80 

38 

80 

87 

28 

19 

89 

15 

5 

9 

9 

5 

15 

28 

28 

87 

40 

40 

3 

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Con. Lot. 
8 

16 
10 
17 
87 
28 



Quinn, John 6 

Reaney, Robert 7 

Reaney, Robert 7 

Reddiok, Thomas 7 

Reid, Andrew 2 

Reid, Alexander .... 2 

Roafe, Patrick 8 7 

Roafe, Walter 3 7 

Robertson, David 5 83 

Robertson, Dancan ^...^mm 11 41 

Robertson, Henry 6 30 

Robertson, Hugh 8 37 

Rowan, John, sen 7 8 

Rowan, John, 7 6 

Royoe,Gharle8 LI 8 

Rushford, John 10 48 

Rutherford, James 9 44 

Ryan, Patrick 1 11 

Sanders, U 1 39 

Savage, Wm 6 13 

Scanlan, Matthew 1 30 

Schwerdsferger, Peter. ...... 3 27 

Schwerdsferger, Samuel.. 3 25 

Schwerdsferger, Wm 4 27 

Scott, John ., 7 12 

Scrivins, Charles 6 17 

Scrivins, Charles 5 16 

Shanahan, Paul 4 16 

Shanahan, Thomas 6 7 

Sharp, Jam?s 6 24 

Sharo, George W 9 9 

Shaw, Jame'« 4 1 

Shaw, John 7 28 

Shearan, Patrick 4 13 

Shearan, Patrick 4 13 

Shell, James 2 18 

Shell, Patrick 2 17 

Shell, Timothy 2 18 

Sheldrake, Alfred.... 7 37 

Shepperd, George 6 26 

Shepperd, William 6 20 

Sheriff, Benjamin 8 44 



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Oon. Lot. 

Silraser, Allan 5 48 

Simpson, Andrew 7 20 

Simpson, Jamea 7 20 

Sinclair, Henry bf 81 

Sknoe, Thomas 6 85 

Smith, Dayid bf 85 

Smith, James 4 2 

Smith, Teranoe 5 3 

Staokpole, John 4 8 

Staokpole, Michael 3 10 

Staokpole, Wm 5 8 

Stanhouse, James 10 30 

Stanley, James 4 10 

Stanley, John 4 10 

Stanley, Richard 5 5 

Stanley, Richard B 3 4 

Stanley, Robert 6 9 

Stanley, Thomas 5 5 

Stanley, Wm 4 8 

Stewart, Alexander 10 86 

Stewart, Alexander 9 43 

Stewart, John 5 86 

Stoodley, S'meon 7 18 

Stuart, James 2 2 

Sallivan, John 9 18 

Snllivan, John 2 10 

Sallivan, Matthew 2 9 

Sallivan, Nicholas %.. 2 8 

Sallivan, Patrick 2 10 

Sally, George 5 14 

Sweeney, James.. 8 24 

Taylor, Alexander 2 32 

Taylor, James. 10 38 

Taylor, John 2 32 

Taylor, John 1 87 

Taylor, Joseph b f 39 

Taylor, Robert 1 28 

Taylor, William 1 37 

Terry, Michael 3 18 

Thompson, Alexander. ... 6 15 

ThompsoD, James 9 12 

Tieroay, James. 7 8 



Con. Lot. 

Tiemay, Thomas 2 8 

Tobio, Joseph A 10 28 

Tobin, Moses £ 10 28 

Tgbin, Richard 5 25 

Tompkins, Henry 3 1 

Trainer, James 6 20 

Trimble, John 1 2 

Trishart, David 9 28 

Tumbnll, Robert 6 30 

Turnbttll,Wm 5 29 

Turner, John 4 15 

Waddell, Alexander 8 10 

Waddell, Alexander 7 18 

WaddelI,John 6 7 

Waddell, Robert 5 82 

Waddell, Thomas 7 12 

Walker, George 8 26 

Wallace, Benjamin 7 9 

Wallace, Jacob 7 8 

Wallace, John 7 18 

Wallace, Michael 2 14 

Watohorn, Richard bf 32 

Watson, Henry 10 29 

Watson, Joseph 9 29 

Watson, John 7 19 

Whelan,Deni8 6 16 

Whiteside, Edward 8 16 

Whiteside, Edward, Jan.. . 8 17 

Whiteside, James 8 16 

Whiteside, Robert 8 8 

Wilkie, Alexander 6 82 

Williams, Peter 6 80 

Wilson, Benjamin 10 83 

Wilson, Edward 10 25 

Wilson, John 9 17 

Woods, Wm 10 82 

Woods, James 9 18 

Woods, Francis 7 19 

Woods, Robert 7 19 

Wright, Benjamin 2 24 

Wright, Frederick 2 26 

York, Henry 7 28 



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7 26 



York, John D 7 

York, John W 9 

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Acres, Thomas 

Acres, William 

Adams, Robert 

Aheron, James 

Aheron, Michael 

Armitage, Francis... 
Armitage, James.... 

Armitage, John 

Baird, John 

Baskine, Frederick. 

Baskine, James 

Baskine, John 

Bresnohen, Francis. 
Bresnohen, John.... 

Brown, Thomas 

Brown, Thomas 

Brown, William 

Baokhkm, John 

Byron Thomas 

Gacie, James 

Carr, John 

OarroU, Thomas 

Oharlebois, U 

Ooohlan, Patrick.... 

Coyle, Philip 

Gumming, William. 

Davis, Edward 

Denison, John 

Oollan, Matthew 

Dollan, Patrick 

Donohoe, William... 
Dorigan, Cornelios.. 



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Dorraugh, William 

Dmmmond, James 

Dnmmond, John, sen... 

Fergoson, John 

Oilles, Alexander 

Gorman, William 

Gordon, Mathew 

Gordon, Nathaniel 

Gray, Gregory..,.. 

Gray, William 

Grierson, James F 

Grierson, James 

Grierson, John , 

Grierson, John Hay 

Grierson, Thomas 

Hamilton, John , 

Hawley, John 

Hedley, John 

Hedley, John 

Hedley, Nicholas 

Hedley, William 

Heflfernan, Patrick 

Heth, Samuel D 

Hobhs, William 

Hogshaw, James 

Holbrook, Edward 

Holmes, Donald 

Jordan, Thomas.. 

Jordan, William 

Kelleen, John 

Kelly, Patrick O .'. 

Low, James 



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.... 2 14h 


4 17 f 


... 3 lOf 


.... 2 7f 


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.... 4 7f 


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Oon. Lot. 

L«ne7,Bobert 1 3f 

Longstaff, Oharl«a 4 6f 

MoDonftld, William 1 26f 

MoKay, Alexander 2 18h 

MoLerooD, John 4 21 f 

McMillan, Alexander.... 7 4f 

MoOart, John 4 8f 

Major, Edward 1 16 f 

Migor, George 5 7f 

Patrick, George 1 16f 

M onican. Anthony 5 2h 

Moore, William 1 9f 

Muldoon, Patrick 3 2 f 

Mnldoon, Richard 2 2f 

Mnnro, William, jun */ 14 f 

Neley, John 7 2f 

Neibitt, Francis 2 12f 

NMbitt,Wm ., 2 12f 

O'Neil, John, sen 6 3f 

Pun, James 5 8 f 

Penny, Henry, jun 2 16 f 

Penny, Robert 3 22 f 

Pierce, Francis 3 4 f 



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Ooa. Lot. 

Pileaox, Michael 2 17 f 

Richards, David 1 Af 

Ritchie, Daniel 2 lOf 

Robertson, John 8 19 f 

Robinson, Wm 8 21f 

Ross, Wm., sen 2 23f 

Ross, Wm.,jan 2 22h 

Shaw James 4 7f 

Sisom, Samuel 2 7 f 

Slack, Walton 6 4f 

Slack, Wm 6 4f 

Smith, John 1 19 f 

Smith, John 6 If 

Smith, Wm 6 2f 

Sommerville, Robert 1 14 f 

TecTcns, Barney 1 16 

Teevins, Patrick 1 17 f 

Vahey, Patrick 3 llf 

Watt, Wm 2 llf 

Weir, James 3 6f 

Wilron, Andrew 1 12 f 

Yoanghnsband, Henry... 4 If 



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Allaire, Ton«Mint 

Baxter, Donald 

Baxter, Samuel 

Belain, Eostaoe 

Beliale, Jaoques 

Benson, Anthony 

Beneon, John 

Benson, William 

Benton, Alexander 

Benton, James 

Benton, Joseph 

Benson, Wiluam S 

Bisson; Gregory 

Bisson, Narcisse 

Boyoe, Charles... 

Boyoe George... 

Bonrgeob, Israel 

Bride, John 

Bmyere, John 

Cameron, Donald 

Cameron, John 

Cameron, Robert 

Cashion, Daniel 

Cashion, William 

Casselman, Levi 

Casselman, Martin 

Casselman, Ralph 

Casselman, Saxon 

Casselman, Simon 

Chartrain, Narcisse..., .... 
Christian, Joseph 



Oon. 


Lot. 


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19h 


2 


8h 


2 


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2 


26h 


9 


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1 


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10 


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10 


14 f 


8 


12 f 


8 


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1 


5f 


1 


5 


9 


7h 


9 


7h 


9 


27h 


9 


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Christian, Regis 10 

Clement, Andrew 10 

Desjardins, MoC. ''O 

Dnbay, Francis 1 

Edmonston, James 1 

Fergnson, A 10 

French, Benjamin 10 

French, Josiah 10 

Gagnon, Charles 2 

Gagnon, Clovise 2 

Gagnon, 3 

Gagnon, Toossaint 8 

Gauthier, Jacques 2 

Gauthier, James 1 

Genier, Gilbert 9 

Genier, Joseph 9 

Genier, William 8 

Gibeault, Jacques 9 

Gregory, Ephraim 9 

Hartley, Henry 2 

Jenack, Jacques 6 

Jepmar, Louis 9 

Larrance, Louis 10 

Lalonde, Joseph 9 

Leflain, Wm 10 

Lr KlDrs^jPfanois 3 

Longtah ,Jo«iflph 7 

J, ,n,^,t'«.ii_, .'. ...fl 7 

LouoikS, Laugford 2r 

MoAnnan, John 1 

McAuley, John 1 



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MoAaley, Kobort 1 If 

MoOristle, Oharles 8 A f 

MoDiormid, John 2 271 

MoOUrray, Kenneth l^f 

Molnnis, Archibald 1 3h 

MoKillop, Archibald 10 Idh 

MoKinnon, John., 10 12h 

MoLeod, Malcolm 14h 

MoMartin, Malcolm 3 20h 

McMillan, Hugh llh 

.oNab, Colin 1 28 f 

vfoRae, Alexander 10 12 f 

Meldrnm, Charles 10 29h 

Meldrnm, George 10 26 f 

Meldrum, llobert 10 26 f 

Monk, Marcus 6 8h 

Murphy, Samuel 7 30h 

Nevan, Louis 8 15h 

O'Neil, Daniel 4 28h 

Payette, Basil 10 28 f 

Payette, Joseph 10 28 f 

Phillips, John 9 9h 



OoB. Lot 

Fottvul, Toussaint 10 80h 

Quesno . Felix.. 9 13f 

iiaviel, )'ierro .... 1» 18h 

Tlobertsoii, Benjamin.... 1 Ih 

llobortson, Joh' P. 8 f 

Rosette, Joseph 2 2t '' 

Ryan, Tichael., 10 26 1 

Sabourii Julia 7 29h 

Sabourin, !*eter 7 29h 

Saboarin, iieodore 7 29h 

Smith, JoLu 9 26h 

Smith, Samuel 10 27b 

Sprague, John. 1 8 

St. Amour, Fall n... ... 6 30h 

Stevenson, James 10 27 f 

Stewart, Duncan 1 28h 

Stewart, Peter 1 16 f 

Turoin, Joseph 10 20h 

Whissell, Christophe .... 9 28h 

Whissell, George ... 9 29h 

Woods, Richird 8 8h 



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Aminot, Benjamin.... 1 

Aminot, Benjamin.... 1 

Aminot, Francis 1 

Anderson, Alexander. 1 

Anderson, Daniel 1 

Anderson, George 1 

Anderson, James 1 

Anderson, William.... 1 

Ang6, J Baptiste 4 

Baggs, Robert 1 

Barbeau, Joseph 5 

Barbeau, Louis 1 

Beauchamp, Alex 5 

Beancbamp, Charles.. 5 



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Beaton, John 8 

Belanquet, Antoino ... 6 

Belanquet, Mrs. Esther 8 

Bergeron, Baptiste.... 3 

Bergeron, Elie 3 

Bergeron, Felix 5 

Bergeron, Henry 5 

Bergeron, Israel. 5 

Bergeron, Jeremie. . . 5 

Blais, Fabien 1 

Blais, Francis..^ 2 

Blais, Francis 1 

Blais, Oliver 1 



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Blais, Philemon 

Bonne, Gabriel 

Bonne, Joseph 

Bonne, Louis 

Boudria, Joseph 

Boudria, Toussaint.... 

Brennan, Patrick 

Brewer, Charles 

Briere, Louis 

Brisbane, L 

Brownrigg, Henrj.... 

Burgon, Xavier 

Burgon, S^raphin, sr. 
Burgon, S^raphin, jr. 

Cameron, Allan 

Chalifouz, Joseph 

Chalmers, Alexander. 

Chalmers, James 

Chalmers, John 

Charbonneau, Julien.. 

Charent, Charles 

Charent, Toussaint, sr. 
Charent, Toussaint, jr. 
Chavalier, Bichard.... 

Clarke, Stephen 

Clouthier, Thomas.... 

Conn, John 

Convrette, Herbert.... 

Culbert, John 

Dawson, Lancelot 

Derreau, Toussaint, jr. 
Derrean, Toussaint, sr. 
Desohamp, Baptiste... 
Deschamp, Francis.... 
Desjardin, Antoine, jr. 
Desjardin, Antoine, sr. 

Desjardin, Joseph 

Desjardin, Unesime...* 

Dion, Pierre 

Diothe, Antoine 

Diothe, Baptiste 

Diothe, Felix 



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5 
6 
1 
4 
1 
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18 
21 
36 
32 

7 

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14 f 
22 
22 
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28 
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23 f 
23 
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11 f 
22 f 

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Dixon, James 

Dolt, Edward 

Dolt, Francis ... 

Dolt, Louis 

Dolt, Louis, sen 

Douoet, Joseph 

Dubois, Placide.. ...... 

Dufort, Joseph 

Edwards, Alexander... 

Edwards, James 

Edwards, James M . . . . 

Edwards, John 

Edwards, Wm 

Erskine, James 

Ethier, Alexander.... 

Ethier, Baptiste 

Ethier, Olivier 

Ferguson, Lawrence.. 

Filion, A ntoine 

Filion, Joseph 

Gagnon, Charles 

Gagnon, Olivier 

Gagnon, Paul 

Gaudon, Abel 

Gaudon, Alexander.... 
Gaudon, Alexander.... 

Gaudon, Alexis 

Gaudon, Burs;ess 

Gaudon, Cl^ophas 

Gaudon, Damase 

Gaudon, James 

Gaudon, Justin 

Gaudon, Nicholas 

Gaudon, Olivier 

Gaudon, Paul 

Gaudon, Ulric 

Gardiner, David 

Gardiner, Stewart 

Gardiner, William ..... 

Gibson, John E 

Glades, John 

Goulin, Alexander.... 



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4 ns 22 
4 ns 22 
3 ns 12 
3 ns 22 
ns 5 
ns 15 
ns 13 
ns Af 
OS 31f 
OS 4f 
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ns 
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17 
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ns 11 

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Grant, John 8 ns 2 

Gravelle, Eumdne 1 os 9 

Gravelle, Pierre 6 ns 2 

Greaves, Richard 5 ns 9 

Greaves, Thomas 5 ns 9f 

Hall, Bnrgess 11 ns 9f 

Hemelin, Xavier 6 ns 6f 

Hardisty, Charles 4 ns D 

Heney, Robert 9 ns 13 f 

Henri, Charles 6 ns 3f 

Henri, FraoQois 6 ns 9 

Henri, Jacques 6. ns 3f 

Henri, Jean 6n8 9 

Henri, Moise 6 ns 3f 

Hodgins, Mrs 10 ns 10 f 

Hogue, Jean Baptiste. 5 n s 22 f 

Hogue, Pierre 5 ns 24 f 

Hougon, Baptiste 1 ns 18 

Houle, Augustin 1 ns 18 

Houle, Michael 1 ns 17 

Honle, Thomas 1 ns 18 

Hunter, Charles 7 ns If 

Hunter, Charles 11 ns 13 f 

Hunter, William 11 ns 14f 

Hunter, William, jun . 11 n s 13 f 
Hurtubuis, Joseph.... 3 ns 22 f 
Hurtubuis, Olivier.... 3 ns 22 f 

Hurtubuis, Pierre 4 us 16 f 

Inbeaux, Augustin.... 5 ns 15 

Jacques, Andre 1 ns 18 

Jeremie, Eustace 2 ns 11 f 

Jerome, Joathim 1 ns 14 

Johnson, Charles Jno. 8 ns Cf, 

Johnson, Francis 5 ns 9f 

Johnson, William 9 ns Bf 

Kemble, Guy 10 ns 10 f 

Kendall, William 1 o s 24f 

Kerr, Michael 10 ns 6f 

Kerr, William 10 ns 6f 

Labclle, Joseph 6n8 5 

Labelle, Louis 5 ns 15 

Labelle, Narcisse 7 ns 3f 



Labelle, Pierre 

Labrac, Baptiste 

Labont^, Hyacinthe.. 

Labont^, Joseph 

Lacent, Pierre 

Laohanoe, Edward.... 
Laohance, Eustaohe... 

Lacoste, Baptiste 

Lacoste, Felix 

Lacoste, Laurent, jun. 

Lacoste, Laurent * 

Ladoucenr, Alexis 

Lafleur, Michel 

Lafleur, Michel 

Lamb, Wm 

Lamourier, Charles.... 
Lamourier, Frangois. . 
Lamourier, Godfrey... 

Lamourier, Louis 

Langtin, Gonzague.... 

Langton, Francis 

Langton, Francis 

Laplante, Michel 

Latour, Joseph 

Lauzon, Alphonse 

Lauzon, Andre 

Lauzon, Benjamin 

Lauzon, Edward 

Lavanne, Pierre 

Laviolette, Leon 

Laviolette, Louis 

Lavois, Eustache 

Leblano, Joseph 

Lebrasse, Baptiste.... 
Lebrasse, Baptiste... 

Lebrasse, Leon 

Leduc, Antoine, sen.. 
Leduo, Antoine, jun... 

Leduo, Charles.. 

Leduc, Joseph 

Leduc, Pierre. 

Lefebvre, Andre 



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19 f 

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19 
18 f 
13 
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11 
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12 
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Lefebvre, Joseph 


7 ns 28f 


McPhee, Neil 


Lefebyre, Timoth^e. .. 


4 ns 22 


Mahoney, John 


Lelonde, Henry 


3 ns 10 


Marringer, Isaac 


Leionde, Julien 


2 ns 15 


Marion, Joseph 


Leionde, Paul 


1 ns 15 


Matthews, Henry 


liclonde. Pierre 


1 ns 16 


Meldrum Alexander... 


Leionde, Ambroise 


2 ns 15 


Menard, Francis 


Lepalin, Alexander. . . . 


10 ns 7f 


Menard, Joseph 


Lepalin, John 


9 ns llf 


Menard, Leonard 


Leriviere, Magloire... 
LeVictor, Athanase... 


10 ns Af 
6 ns 2 


Menard, Louis 


Menard, Louis 


LeViotor, Elie 


5 ns Cf 


Menard, Moise. 


LeVictor, Honore 


6 ns 2 


Menard, Moise,.-. 


LeVictor, Jean Bte.... 


7 ns 6f 


Menard, Paul 


LeVictor, Theophile.. 


6 ns 2 


Menard, Proquille 


Lindsay, John 


1 us 24f 


Menard, Samuel 


Lough, Bobert 


1 s 37 f 


Menard, Xavier 


McGauI, Alexander.... 


1 OS 29f 


Mennie, John 


McCaul. John 


1 OS 28f 
1 s 20 f 


Mennie. John 


McOavl, James 


Mennie, Joseph 


MoOauley, James 


3 ns24f 


Michel, Moise 


MoCargar, Albert 


11 ns 26f 


Michon, Joseph 


McCargar, George 


11 ns 26f 


Migneron, Godfrey.... 


McCargar, George 


11 ns 26f 


Minoche, Charles 


MoCargar, Solomon ... 


11 ns 27 


Miron, Joachim 


McCormiok, James.... 


1 OS 23 


Miron, Joseph 


McDonald, Daniel 


11 n s 24 


Moriarty, Samuel 


MoDougall, Hugh 


1 OS 25f 


Morris, £dward 


McDougall, John 


1 OS 24f 


Morris, James 


McDougall, John C. . 
McLaren, Peter A.... 


1 OS 23 


Morris. John 


1 OS llf 


O'Brien, James 


McLaren, Peter C 


1 OS 12f' 


O'Byrne, Bryan 


McLean, Alexander... 


8 ns Bf 


O'Byrne, Daniel 


MvLean, Alexander... 


7 ns t8f 


O'Byrne, John 


McLean, Allan 


7 n s 17 f 


Nowland, James 


McLean, Donald.... ^. 


7 ns 18f 


Paquette, Francis .... 


McLean, John 


5 ns 2 


Page, Benjamin 


McLean, Thomas 


5 ns 2 

1 s 22 f 


Parent, Francis, 


McLellao, John 


Parent. Juliet 


McMillan, Hugh 


1 03 34 


Parent, Napoleon 


McPhee, Alexander.. 


8 ns 1 


Parent, Pascal 


McPhee, Hector 


8 ns 1 


Paradis, Pierre 



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Con. Lot. 




2 n s 24 f 


Paul 


1 OS 35 


Paul 


1 OS 24 


Paul 


5 ns 10 


Paul 


5 ns Df 


Paul 


11 ns 25f 


Paye 


5 ns 5 


Paye 


6 ns 1 


Paye 


6 ns 1 


Petri 


3 ns Af 


Petri 


1 OS 18 


Petri 


6 ns 1 


Pilon 


6 ns 4f 


Pilon 


6 ns 1 


Pilon 


4 ns 9f 


Pilon 


1 OS 18 


Pilon 


6 ns lOf 


Pilon 


1 OS 7f 


PilOU; 


1 OS 6 


Plami 


2 ns Af 


Plouf 


5 ns 16 


Ploufl 


5 ns 19 


Potvii 


5 us 19 


Potvii 


5 ns G 


Potvii 


tt ns 18f 


Potvii 


G ns 23 


Poudr 


3 ns 24f 


Prestl 


11 ns 4 


Poirie 


10 ns 9f 


Quive 


11 ns 5f 


Ramai 


11 ns 6f 


Rama§ 


1 OS 34 


Banki] 


1 OS 34 


Ranki 


1 OS 34 


Richie 


10 ns 12f 


Richie 


9 OS 10 


Richie 


5 ns 17 


Richie 


1 OS 9 


Robilli 


1 ns B 


Robilla 


1 ns B 


Robins 


1 ns Bf 


Roe, C 


1 OS 21 


Roe, Q 



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2 n 8 24 f 


1 08 35 


1 08 24 


5 Ds 10 


5 ns Df 


11 n8 25f 


5 ns 5 


6 ns 1 


6 ns 1 


3 ns Af 


1 OS 18 


6 ns 1 


6 ns 4f 


. 6 ns 1 


4 ns 9f 


. 1 8 18 


. 6nslOf 


1 OS 7f 


1 OS 6 


2 ns Af 


. 5 ns 16 


, 5 n 8 19 


. 5 n 8 19 


. 5 ns C 


, ttnslSf 


. G ns 23 


. 3ns24f 


. 11 ns 4 


10 ns 9f 


. 11 ns 5f 


, 11 ns 6f 


1 OS 34 


1 8 34 


1 OS 34 


10 ns 12f 


9 08 10 


5 n 8 17 


1 08 9 


1 ns B 


1 ns B 


1 ns Bf 


1 OS 21 


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t-elass Dry 



Paul, Baptisto 

Paul, Clement 

Paul, Edward 

Paul, Louis 

Paul, Pierre 

Payette, Adolphus.... 
Payette, Alexander... 

Payette, Baptiste 

Petrie, Adolphus 

Petrie, Ensebe 

Petrie, Mrs. A 

Pilon, Baptiste 

Pilon, Damase 

Pilon, Francis 

Pilon, Joseph 

Pilon, Leveo.... 

Pilon, Pascal 

Pilon, Toussaint 

Plammond, Antoine.. 

Plouff, Antoine 

Plonff, Pierre 

Potvin, Clement 

Potvin, Damase 

Potvin, Joseph 

Potvin, Miss Cecily... 

Poudret, Achan 

Prestly, John.... 1 n 

Poirier, Joseph 

Quivellon, Antoine. . . 

Ramage, John 

Ramage, Nicholas 

Rankin, Patrick 

Rankin, Thom as 

Richie, Isidore 

Richie, Jeremie 

Richie, Michel 

Richie, Moise 

Robillard, Andre 

Robillard, Richard.... 

Robinson, Joseph 

Roe, George 

Roe, George B 



If 
18 
13 
13 



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6 ns 23 
ns 23 
ns 22 
ns 21 
ns 23 
ns If 
ns 
s 
ns 
ns 

10nsl2 

1 OS 2f 
ns 7 
ns llf 
ns llf 

f 

s 
ns 
o 8 
ns 
ns 
ns 

ns 17f 
ns 20 
ns 23f 
ns 22 
n s 16 
s 25 26 27 

2 ns 16 
.5 ns 

s 
o s 
s 
s 
ns 
s 



6 
4 
5 
6 
3 
3 
1 
4 
4 



5 
2 
1 
3 
2 
1 
5 
5 
5 
4 
4 
3 
5 
2 



3f 
A 

2f 
21 
23 
23 



B 

12 f 
13 
25 
25 
15f 

13 f 



1 
2 
2 

2 
1 

2 

3 s 13 f 
C ns Af 
2 OS 
o s 

O 8 
O 8 
8 



12 f 
18 
12 
1 
16 f 



Roe, John 

Roe, Robert A 

Roe, Wm 

Ryan, Daniel.......... 

Sabourin, Hercule 

Sabourin, Pierre 

Sauve, Daniel 

Sauve, Francis 

Scott, Henry 

Sohryer, Eustace 

Seed, Alexander 

Shay, James 

Sheri£P, Andrew 

Sheriff, Andrew, sen... 

Sheriff, James B 

Simpson, Alexander.. 
Simpson, Christopher. 

Simpson, Nicholas 

Smith, John 

Smith, John 

Smith, Thomas 

Smith, William 

St. Denis, Francis 

St, Louis, Henry 

St. Louis, John 

St. Louis, Oliver....... 

Sullivan, John 

Sullivan, John W 

Surtees, Charles 

Surtees, Cuthbert 

Surtees, George , 

Surtees, James 

Surtees, Robert 

Taylor, Wm 

Tessier, Antoine 

T^ssier, Joseph 

Thiberge, Alphonse.. . 
Tbiberge, Baptiste.*... 

Thiberge, Joseph 

Thiberge, Onesime 

Thiberge, Samuel 

Thornton, James 



1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
5 



Con. Lot. 

1 08 If 
8 16f 
OS 1 

OS 35 
ns 11 
ns 13 
OS 20 
8 20 
ns 16 
ns 22f 
10 ns 14 

2 ns 25f 
8 ns Cf 
8 ns Cf 
1 OS 19f 

10 n 8 25 
10 ns 25f 
10 ns 25 
Cns 2f 

10 ns 12f 
8 ns Bf 
8 ns A 
C ns 1 

1 o s 19 
1 OS 19 
1 OS 19 

11 ns llf 
11 ns 

ns Cf 
OS 18f 
ns If 
OS f 
ns If 
ns D 
ns 18f 
ns 18f 
ns 6 
n 9 

6 ns 

6 ns 

Cns 

5 ns 



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5 
1 

5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 



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Thornton, Thomas ... 5ns 2 f 

Tytler, John 4nsl5f 

Upee, Louis..... 4 ns 6f 

Yarin, Moise 6 ns 19 

Vezina, Eustace 4 ns 13 

Vezina, Charles 4 ns 13 

Yian, Edward 3 ns 13 

Wallace, Robert 10 ns 24 

Wallis, Samuel 8 ns 2 

Watson, Benjamin 9 ns 16 

Watson, Jonathan.... 9 ns 16 f 

Watson, Robert 10 ns 15 f 

Watson, Thomas 11 ns 16f 

Way, Daniel 5ns 8 

Way, David 1 o s 28 



Con. tot. 

Way, Stephen 5 ns 8 

Way, William 1 o s 28 

Windsor, Benjamin.... 2 ns 25 

Windsor, John 3 ns 24f 

Windsor, Peter 3 ns 23f 

Windsor, Strong 2 ns 25f 

Wood, John W 9 ns 24 

Wood, Robert J 10 ns 27 

Wood, Robert W 10 ns 28 

Woodley, Charles C ns D 

Woodley, Richard 1 o s 14 f 

Woodley, Richard 1 o s 18 

Wylie, Alexander 8 ns 17 

Wylie, Robert 10 ns 17f 



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Adams, Robert 1 21 

Adams, W. Hugh 7 25 

Allan, Robert 1 4 

Allan, Thomas 1 2 

Allan, William 1 4 

Anderson, John 6 15 

Andrews, Patrick 6 7 

Ankle, James 6 10 

Armstrong, Charles..^ 5 23 

Armstrong, John 4 23 

Armstrong, Francis 6 24 

Armstrong, William ,.. 6 24 

Baikie, George 1 24 

Barker, Benjamin 2 5 

Barker, John 1 24 

Barnaby, David 1 35 

Barnaby, Edward 1 35 

Barnard, Samuel 1 16 

Baudrean, Charles 8 10 

Bawney, John 6 10 

Blasdell, Albert 2 19 



Boucher, Robert 1 5 

Boyer,Peter 11 11 

Beyle, Michael 6 5 

Brennan, Hugh 5 23 

Brennan, Michael 5 3 

Buckingham, John 8 28 

Buckingham, Richard 8 28 

Buckingham, Thomas.... 8 28 

Buckingham, Thomas, jun 8 28 

Buckingham, Wm 7 28 

Buckley,John 4 10 

Buggs,John 9 27 

Burch, Richard 2 15 

Burch, Robinson 3 14 

Burch, Thomas 2 14 

Burch, Wm 3 13 

Burns, James 8 11 

Burns,John 7 C 

Burns, Michael 6 A 

Bushby, Hugh 1 3 

Bushby, John 1 3 



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DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRTS.-For sale by all first-class Dry 



COUNTY RUSSELL. 



279 



Con. Lot. 

BuBhby,Win 1 23 

Byrne, Richard 7 3 

Gairnduff, James 1 8 

Caldwell, Thomas 2 4 

Cameron, Donald 11 16 

Cameron, Duncan 1 18 

Cameron, Tohn S 1 18 

Carr,John 1 27 

Carr, Mark 1 7 

Carr, Thomas.. 1 5 

Carroll, James 1 34 

Chamberlain, Alfred 4 15 

Chamberlain, 4 15 

Chamberlain, Joseph 4 15 

Chamberlain, W 4 15 

Clark, Edward 9 11 

Clark, James 7 15 

Clark, Richard 9 11 

Cloffy, Barnard 1 8 

Colborne, Francis 5 16 

Colborne, John 2 4 

Colborne, John 4 17 

Colin, Jeremiah 9 9 

Conning, Wm 2 3 

Cook, Samuel 4 17 

Cosgrove, Andrew 6 10 

Cosaeneau, B 11 2 

Cotton, James 9 9 

Cox, John 8 25 

Cox,Wm 8 25 

Culbert, John 1 23 

Colbert, John 1 23 

Cummings, Thomas 9 14 

Cummings, Wm 9 14 

Dagg, John 9 13 

Dagg, Thomas 8 13 

Dale, Samuel 1 11 

Dale, James 1 11 

Dale,Wm 1 11 

D' Amour, Antoine 1 12 

D' Amour, Gregory 3 18 

Dashncy, Duncan 6 12 



Con. Lot. 

Dashney,John 7 13 

Dashney, Thomas 7 13 

Dauet, Felix 1 12 

Dauet, Xavier 4 10 

Dauet, On^sime 4 10 

David, Wm 7 1 

Davidson, David 7 26 

Davine, James 6 21 

Dessin, Theophilus 1 12 

Dufort, Clovis 1 37 

Duggan, Wm 1 7 

Dunning, David 6 20 

Dunning, George 4 5 

Dunning, G.G 1 J3 

Diinning, G. 1 19 

Dunning, Hiram ^l 20 

Dunning, Ithamur 4 14 

Dunning, Joseph 1 19 

Dunning, Wm 3 19 

Dunning, Wm 1 7 

Dunning, W.N 3 20 

Dupuis, Francis 1 87 

Elliott, George 6 10 

Erskinc, John 1 25 

Erskine, Wm 1 25 

Faubert, Amable 1 34 

Faubert, Amable 1 14 

Faubert, Clement 4 10 

Faubert, Joseph.. 4 10 

Faubert, Timothy 4 14 

Ferrin, Jeremiah 1 30 

Ferrin,Wm 1 30 

Findley, Alexander 7 E 

Findley,;John 8 C 

Findley, John 7 12 

Fitzsimmons, John 4 23 

Forgie, Robert 7 24 

Foster, George ,... 10 11 

Frazer, John 6 16 

Frazer, Robert 1 36 

Fuller, John 6 17 

Gahan, Aylmer 6 14 



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Gahan, Hugh 6 

GammoD, Thomas 7 

Golightly, James 2 

GolUghtly, James 2 

Golightly, Wm 2 

Grimes, John 9 

Grimes, Richard 9 

Hal!,John 5 

Hall, Thomas 1 

Hamilton, Andrew 8 

Hamilton, James 8 

Harrison, James 7 

Harrison, John, sen 7 

Harrison, John, jun 8 

lieney, William 3 

Herb^t, Michael 4 

Herbert, Peter 4 

Herbert, William 4 

Hickey, John 2 

Hicks, Andrew 5 

Hill, John 7 

Hill, Robert 7 

Hill, WUliam 7 

Holmes, Robert 6 

Holmes, Samuel, sen 7 

Holmes, Samuel G 

Holmes, William 6 

Hunter, Charles , 2 

Hunter, James 2 

Hunter, John 2 

Jackson, Edward 6 

Jackson, Lancelot 9 

Jackson, Samuel 9 

J ames, George, sen 8 

James, George 6 

James, Thomas 6 

Joincsse, Baptiete 11 

Keays, William T 

Keays, Richard 7 

Kehoe, Michael 11 

Kehoe, Richard 10 

Kelly, Benjamin 5 



Lot. Con. Lot. 

14 Kennedy, Alexander 6 26 

17 Kennedy, John 6 26 

10 Kenney, Michael 7 11 

10 Kilby, Charles 10 12 

10 Kinsley, Henry 1 11 

8 Kinsley, Henry 4 }i 

8 Kinsley, John 1 15 

13 Kinsley, Joseph 2 12 

12 Kinsley, Robert 2 12 

16 Kinsley, Thomas 2 12 

14 Kinsley, William 4 B 

18 Labeilc, Antoine 11 1 

18 Labelle, Baptiste 11 1 

20 Labelle, Joseph 11 6 

16 Lablano, Richard 1 

A Lafleur, Andre 1 21 

A Lafleur, Andre 1 21 

1 Lantry, John ..c 5 23 

11 Laplante,iEd 10 A 

20 Larmer, Alexander, sen... 2 11 

20 Larmer, Alexander 1 11 

20 Larmer, John 1 U 

20 Larmer, William 2 11 

2 Larocque, Francis Island. 

C Larocque, Joseph 1 2 

C Larocque, Xavier 4 3 

C Lavan, Alexander 5 2 

4 Lavan, Isidore 5 2 

5 Lavan, Joseph 5 2 

5 Lavarne, Oliver 5 18 

6 Lorgseur, Antoine. 10 B 

16 Lorgseur, Joseph 10 B 

15 Lord, Robert 1 13 

28 Lough, Alexander 1 5 

28 Lough, James 1 5 

27 Lough, John 1 28 

2 Lough, John 1 5 

26 Lough, J. & William 5 C 

26 Lough, Robert 8 B 

5 Lough, William 1 28 

6 Lowe, John 3 23 

24 Lowe, Nathcn 4 23 



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Con. Lot. 

6 26 

6 26 

, 7 11 

10 12 

1 11 

4 IJ 

.... 1 15 

2 12 

2 12 

2 12 

4 B 

11 1 

11 1 

11 6 

1 

1 21 

1 21 

5 23 

10 A 

Ben... 3 11 

1 11 

, 1 11 

... 2 11 
... Island. 

... 4 3 

.. 5 2 

... 5 2 

... 5 2 

... 5 18 

.... 10 B 

.... 10 B 

.... 1 13 

.... 1 5 

.... 1 5 

.... 1 28 

.... 1 5 

.... 5 C 

8 B 

.... 1 28 

8 23 

4 23 

;, New York, 
rst-class Dry 



Con. Lot. 

Lowe, Robert 4 23 

Lowe, Stephen 4 22 

Lowe, Andrew 6 2 

Lowe, Stephen., 6 21 

Lowe, Thomas 6 21 

Lowrie, James 8 27 

Luoter, Francis 2 6 

Lupton, James 10 10 

MoAdams, Michael.'. 1 31 

McAmmonds, William.... 7 21 

McArthur, John 8 A 

MoOallum, Archibald 7 7 

MoCallum, Archibald 1 10 

MoOallum, Daniel 1 10 

MoOallum, John 4 6 

MoOartney, Henry 1 28 

MoOotters, Andrew 8 I 

McOullough, Francis 6 11 

McOuUough, John 8 10 

McDonald, Alexander 7 14 

McDonald, Daniel 2 9 

McDonald, Angus 9 17 

McDonald, Alexander 9 17 

McDonald, John 9 17 

McDonald, John 9 17 

McDonald, James 6 7 

McDonald, James 8 10 

McDonald, Johu 8 13 

McDonald, John 2 9 

McDonald, Roderick 9 17 

McDonald, Thomas 6 7 

McEachren, Archibald.... 8 A 

McEachren, Hugh 9 I 

McEachren, Neil 8 I 

McGauYin, John 2 8 

McGladdery,John 4 16 

MoGuire, Terrenoe 5 5 

McHugh, Rev. Mr 3 19 

Mollroy, David 6 20 

Mcintosh, Benjamin 10 10 

McKay, Alexander 1 12 

McKay, George....,., 1 12 



MoKee, Thomas 6 

McLaughlin, Patrick ..... 1 

McLaughlin, Patrick 1 

McLean, Allan 9 

MoLelland, James 4 

McLelland, Joseph 4 

MoLelland, Wm 5 

McMillan, Laohlin 1 

McMillan, Thomas 1 

MoNally, Henry 6 

MoNally, James 6 

McNight, Mrs 7 

MoPhee, Angus 7 

McRae, Oolin 1 

MoRae, Oolin, jun 1 

MoRae, Farquhar 1 

MoRae, James 2 

McRae, James, jun 2 

MoRae, John 2 

McVeigh, John 9 

McVeiffh, Thomas.. 9 

McWilTiams,James 9 

Madden, Denis 5 

Madden, John 5 

Martin, John 4 

Marshal], George 7 

Mayette, Felix 6 

Moffatt, James 1 

Moffatt, John 1 

Moffatt, John 5 

Monagar, James 6 

Monagar, Patrick 10 

Monagar, Michae?. 5 

Montgomery, Robert 1 

Morrin, Antoine 1 

Morris, James 7 

Mulligan, Robert 8 

Murray, John 5 

Murray, Michael 5 

Murray, Wm 4 

Miirray, Wm 7 

Nelson, Andrew 7 



Ooa. Lot. 
B 
1 
1 
B 
B 
B 
B 
17 
17 
22 
22 
24 
17 
9 
9 
9 
20 
20 
20 
28 
28 
12 
11 
4 
21 
27 
4 
1 
1 

16 

D 

5 

5 

2 

4 

26 

24 

10 

10 

18 

18 

19 



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Con. Lot. 

NeUoD, Gilbert 7 18 

Nelson, Gilbert 6 19 

NesbitjJohn 6 17 

Nesbit, Bobert 6 16 

Newton, Wm 7 16 

Olmstead, Abraham 6 27 

O'Meara, James 7 11 

0'MeaTa,John 7 12 

O'Meara, Miohuel 9 11 

Orton, Henry 2 C 

Orton, Nathan 2 6 

O'Toole, Michael 1 33 

O'Toole, Patrick 7 B 

O'loole, Peter 1 33 

O'Toole, Thomas 1. 33 

Pacquette, U 11 2 

Periseau, Antoine 1 85 

Periseau, Charles 1 35 

Periseau, Joseph 1 36 

Pinkerton, Richard 8 13 

Proalx,B 1 21 

Quigley, Francis 1 5 

Quigley, John 1 5 

Rathwel), Samuel 6 10 

Bemicgton, Michael 1 22 

Riohard&on, John 5 23 

Rickart, Richard ..... 6 25 

Robillard, Benjamin 1 37 

Ronan, John 8 26 

Ronan, Wm. Jas 8 27 

Ruchop, Antoine 9 3 

Ruohon, Francis 9 3 

Rttohon, Pierre 9 3 

Russell, Robert 1 86 

Russell, William 1 36 

Savage, Ohas 4 3 

Savage, Israel. 6 3 

Savage, Lewis 6 3 

Savage, Pierre., 4 3 

Soarff, Joseph 7 7 

Shaw, George 8 26 

Shaw, George 7 15 



Con. Lot. 
15 
18 
18 



Shaw, Wm i 

Shea, Denis 4 

Shea, John 4 

Simpson, Andre^^ 6 18 

Simpson, Wm 8 19 

Smiley, John 5 14 

Smiey, John 5 17 

Smi ey, Richard 5 15 

Smith, Andrew 7 B 

Smith, Charles 10 3 

Smith, James 1 27 

Smith, James 1 24 

Smith, John 1 24 

Smith, Wm 7 B 

Sparrow, Chas 1 23 

Sparrow, John 1 23 

Sparrow, Wm 1 23 

Spires, George 8 8 

Spires, John 8 8 

Spires, Thomas....^ 8 9 

Stephenson, Rev. J. L. ... 5 20 

Steward, Alexander 6 28 

St. Pierre, Wm 4 2 

Sullivan, Daniel 5 11 

Sullivan, James 2 14 

Sullivan, James 6 20 

Sullivan, John 6 20 

Swain, James 5 17 

Swain, Jeremiah 5 17 

Swain, Wm 5 17 

Tacier, Baptiste, jr 1 18 

Tacier, Baptiste 9 C 

Tamar, James 3 22 

Taylor, Isaac 1 31 

Thompson, Antoine 6 13 

Thompson, John 1 25 

Thomson, James 7 25 

Thomson, James 6 11 

Thorpe, Thomas 8 24 

Towser, Edward 8 20 

Vesser,H.D 8 10 

Wall, Wm 8 10 



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Coo. Lot. 

Walsh, George 8 14 

Walsh, George 8 14 

Walsh, John 5 21 

Walsh, John 4 21 

Walsh, John W 5 20 

Walsh, Mrs. William 5 20 

Walsh, Biohard 5 20 

Wakh, Rohert 8 14 

Walsh, Robert, 3 21 

Walsh, William 6 22 

Watohorn, Henry 7 A 

Watohorn, ?viohard 7 A 

Watohorn, W 7 A 

Watson, Benjamin 2 13 

Watson, Joseph 1 15 



Cou. Lot. 

Way, Samuel 7 22 

Wile;r, John 1 13 

Williamson, Henry 7 14 

Wilson, Alexander 1 30 

Wilson, Allan 7 D 

Wilson, Andrew 7 22 

Wilson, Duncan 7 D 

Wilson, D. John 7 D 

Wilson, John 4 23 

Wilson, John A 1 34 

Wilson, Thomas 4 20 

Wilson, William.., 1 12 

Woods, James 6 23 

Yadon, James 1 10 

Youn, Lewis 5 19 



TOWNSHIP OF RUSSELL. 



Arbuckle, William 3 A 

Arbuthnot, Robert 8 A 

Argue, Thomas 1 16 

Armstrong, Robert 4 23 

Ashfield, Alexander 9 6 

Ashfield, John 9 6 

Bass, Dr 1 11 

Beatty, William 1 5 

Beaudin, Narcisse 6 B 

Beaudry, J..... 8 2 

Birmingham, John 4 17 

Bisson, Joseph 7 1 

Black, Samuel 4 A 

Blanchard, Edward 9 A 

Blais, Israel 3 11 

Blais, Octave 7 9 

Booth, Wm 2 16 

Borlen, Thomas..., 1 15 

Borlen, John 1 15 

Borlen,Wm 1 13 

Boudin, Michael 6 11 

Boultin, Henry 2 1 



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Boulton, Peter 2 1 

Bourdeau, Medard 6 1 

Bourgeois, Ludger 8 A 

Bourgeois, Christidc 8 B 

Bourgeois, Elie 8 B 

Bourgin, Alexander 5 7 

Bourlonois, Michael 

Boyd, Archibald 

Boyd,. Oliver 

Boyd, Robert 

Boyer, J. Bte., sen 

Boyer, J. Bte., jun 7 B 

Breiier, Theophile 7 7 

Brison, Benjamin 6 10 

Butler, John 1 20 

Cain, Wm 1 6 

Campbell, Daniel 2 11 

Campbell, Peter, merchant 3 11 

Cardi^re, Antoine 10 4 

Carri^re, Alexis 7 A 

Charite, Cyprien 2 11 

Charlebois, David 10 C 



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Gheny, Gharoh 1 6 

Cherr^, Joho 1 12 

Ohevrier, Richard 5 7 

Clemont, 10 9 

Clement, Isidore 5 5 

Clement, Joseph 6 8 

Cochrane, Alexander 3 9 

Corsonaden, Andrew 4 6 

Corsenaden, Arthnr 4 6 

Coventry, Wm 10 B 

Craig, Hugh 2 11 

Craig, P 2 14 

Craig,William 8 2 

Cammings, Duncan 2 4 

Camming*!, Hugh 8 B 

Currents, James 1 6 

Curry, Michael 2 9 

Daze, Thomas, sen 8 8 

Daze, Thomas, jun 8 9 

Derosier, Oniseme 10 6 

Desenno, J. Baptiste 7 2 

Desmarats, Joseph 8 7 

Dignan, Angnstin 7 6 

Dorie, Useb 7 8 

Ducharme, Luke 7 8 

Dofort, Octave 8 8 

Dufort, Odlin 8 8 

Dumas, Ferdinand 8 8 

Dnneen, John S 7 

Eadie, William 4 21 

Eastman, Daniel 8 9 

Eastman, John 1 7 

Eastman, May 1 12 

Eastman, William 1 6 

Fetherley, Sidney 4 9 

Fetherley, William 3 11 

Fielding, Thomas 4 4 

Filion, Francis 7 10 

Fitzpatrick, William, sen . 2 12 

Fitzpatrick, William, jr... 2 'i2 

GagDon, Charles 8 8 



Con. Lot. 

Gagnon, Francis, sen 9 8 

Gagnon, Francis, jr 9 8 

Gauthier, Alexander 2 14 

Gerraok, Edward 10 C 

Gibson, John 2 5 

Goselin, Francis 6 8 

Goulet, Joseph 7 8 

Grant, Duncan 3 A 

Gregoire, Pierre 6 4 

Guildy, Jerome 6 8 

Hamilton, John 1 21 

Hamilton, William 3 18 

Harrison, David 3 18 

Harrison, William 3 19 

Hays, William 4 18 

Hayj, Willia V 3 6 

Helmer, C, A 1 11 

Helmer, Klohard, bailiff... 2 12 

Helmor, William 2 11 

Hemore, Norbert 7 8 

Hemore, Olivier.. 7 3 

Hemore, Vital A 6 

Henderson, Walter 3 22 

Heney, William 3 A 

Eerrington, Charles, 2 14 

ilerrington, David 2 18 

Herriogton, Isaac... 1 21 

Herrington, J ? 19 

Herrington, John. 2 19 

Hitchman, Henry 3 19 

Hitchman, Henry 3 17 

Hitchman, John 3 17 

Hitchman, Thomas 2 19 

Huot, Pierre 3 11 

James, Thomas 6 22 

Jenkins, William 1 1 

Keays, James.. 3 6 

Kelly, James 3 2 

Kennedy, J 1 2 

Kinkaid, John 3 4 

Labelle, Paul 7 9 

Laohapelle, Norbete 7 7 



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Con. Lot. 

Laohapelle, Theophile 8 8 

Ladoe, Francis 10 10 

Lefebvre, Antoine 6 9 

LafeDsie, Louis 7 6 

Laflamme, Theophilo 5 9 

LafoDtaine, Pierre 8 3 

LafoBse, Xavier 7 1 

Lalonde, Isai ; 10 5 

Lalonde, Joseph 7 6 

Lamairle, Lemoino 9 3 

Lamoareauz, Francb 6 5 

Lamoureaaz, J. B 7 8 

Lemicuz, Hilaire 8 5 

Lemieuz, Naroiuse 8 A 

Landenrille, Louis 9 6 

Landry, Paul 2 B 

Landry, Yenioe 2 B 

Lannan, J. B 8 8 

Lapalm, Jefroy 9 5 

Larose, Oharles 8 3 

Lasalle, Felix 2 11 

Lacalle, I 11 

Lasalle, Peter 1 11 

Latulip, Victor 6 2 

Latour, Michael 6 A 

Lavecqne, Jerome 5 8 

Leblane, P. B 5 7 

Legembe, Pierre 7 3 

Lemon, John 2 21 

Loney, James 1 17 

Longlais, Frederick 9 3 

Ijongtemps, Joseph 10 3 

Loucks, Allan 4 11 

Loucks, Kdwin 3 10 

Loucks, E.P 4 11 

Loucks, Horatio 4 10 

Loucks, Norman 4 11 

Loucks, Norman 4 10 

Loucks, Walter 4 10 

Loucks, W.J 9 8 

Loveless, Joseph 3 1 

McCurdy, Daniel 2 20 



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McDonald, Daniel 1 

McDonald, James 1 

MoDougall, John 1 

MoEwan, Peter 1 

McGregor, Alexander 3 

McGregor, Alexander 3 

McGregor, Peter 3 2 

McGregor, Bobert 4 6 

McKay, Stephen 2 6 

MoKoraoher, Donald 1 4 

McLaren, John 8 1 

McLaren, Peter 2 2 

McLaren, Robert 2 A 

McPhail, Duncan 2 10 

MoPherson, Donald 1 8 

MoPherson, Finlay 1 8 

McQuarry, James..... 2 6 

Mahar rah, Andrew 8 15 

Maharrah, Hugh 2 17 

Manin,J. B 8 3 

Marion, Seraphin 2 B 

Marion, Narcisse 2 B 

Mattice, Oharles 2 11 

Mayotto, Pierre 10 2 

Michaud, Xavier 5 9 

Melaire, Joseph 9 8 

Melaire, Jean 9 8 

Moise, Francis 7 6 

Monroe, G 2 11 

Morne, Anthony 4 2 

Morris, Benjamin 1 21 

Morrow, Andrew 2 12 

Morrow, Foster 3 16 

Morrow, James 8 16 

Morrow, Bobert 3 16 

Morrow, Thomas, sen 4 16 

Morrow, Thomas, j un 4 16 

Nadne, Widow 6 5 

Pacq uette, Antoine 8 8 

Paden, James 2 6 

Palnod, Antoine • 7 A 



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Palnod, Oride 7 B 

Paul, Toaeph 8 8 

Pearpont, Alexis 6 

Pearpont, Narcisse 6 

Peltier, Cesaire 7 8 

Perry, Alphonae 3 11 

Perry, Charles 4 18 

Piche, Joseph 5 9 

Pillan, Abraham 1 13 

Pillan, Hiram 1 12 

Pillan, John 2 13 

Pillan, Solomon 2 B 

Pirra, Francis 5 10 

Pitt, Oelestine 7 C 

PittjXavier 7 C 

Powell, Abraham I 17 

Powell, Henry 3 17 

Powell, WilUam 1 12 

Purvis, Andrew 4 i 

Parvis, John 4 1 

Pnrvis, Riohard... 1 B 

Purvis, William...... 1 B 

Bainlow, David 5 10 

Bainlow, Samuel 5 10 

Biohard, David 1 9 

Robertson, Henry « 1 15 

Robillard, Joseph 7 10 

Ronan, H. B 2 12 

Ross, Emerson 2 12 

Roy, Godfrey 2 9 

Roy, John 2 9 

Roy, Jean Baptiste 8 10 

Roy, Louis 7 8 

Saborin, Austin 6 9 

Sarazin, Andrew 6 8 

Sarazin, Louis, sen 6 8 

Sarazin, Louis, jr 6 8 

Sazen, Simon, sen 5 6 



Cob. Lot. 

Sazen, Simon, jr 6 9 

Scarf, James 2 17 

Soarf, Robert 2 18 

Scarlet, John 10 £ 

Scott, Archibald 2 18 

Shaw, Robert 8 20 

Shaw, William 3 17 

Shelf, Archibald 2 14 

Shelf, John 8 19 

Shelf, Jerome 8 19 

Simpson, Robert 6 9 

Simpson & Wood, millers . 6 9 

Sparks, George 4 23 

Spratt, John 3 5 

St. Amour, V 10 6 

St. Amour, Henry, sen.... 5 7 

St. Amour, Henry, jr 5 7 

Starncs, Hiram.... 1 7 

Stames, Ira 2 7 

Stevenson, John 4 17 

Stewart, John 2 2 

Stewart, Alexander 1 A 

Tellier, Louis 8 4 

Tessier, Charles 6 5 

Tessier, Magloire 8 8 

Turnbull, James 9 5 

Watson, John E 1 

Watson, Robert 1 3 

Whitty, Thomas 3 18 

Wilson, Riohard 2 22 

Wilson, Thomas 2 22 

Woods, Edmund 4 22 

Woolly, P. A., merchant. 7 4 

Yates, David 3 11 

York, S 3 4 

York, Robert 3 8 

Young, Robert 2 15 



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IMPORTBR, AND 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, k, 

TELEGRAPH CO.'S BUILDING, METCALFE STREET, 



NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 
BELCOURT & CO., 

GROCERIES, WINES, BRANDIES AND SPIRITS, 

TOBACCO & CIGARS, 

86 SUSSEX STREET, OTTAWA, C.W. 

PARLIAMENTARY AND GENERAL AGENTS- 

One of the Partoera being directly connected with the Goyernment, 
will attend to the Agencies. 

BRONSONS, WESTON & CO., 

MKROHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 



OTTAWA CITY, 

CANADA WEST. 

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PAKSON BBO.'S 

No. 1 

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E.L. Show's Com. Suptrphoephate, 
VARNIBHKS Off ALL XHIDS, 

LAMPS XX, XXXi imd Oommoa 
Lamp Ohimneys. wioks. Coal Oil 
Lanterns, and Lamp Fizinc) of 
every description. 



S. & BE. BORBRIDGE, 

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Saddles, 



TRUNKS, 




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CEORCE A. BUCK, 

LIMT AHD SALE STABLE& 



NEAB MATHEWS' HOTEL, 



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LADIES' AND 6ENTS' SADDLE HORSES 

ON HAND FOR HIRE. 
BOUSES BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. 



ADVERTISING DIRECTORY. 



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JAMES BOURGET, 



WHOLESALE DEALER IN 



8Hks, §mfe anlr ^pinb, 



98 SUSSEX STJREET, 



RUSSELL HOUSE 

BILLIARD ROOMS, 

JAMES llOURSET, PROPRIETOR, 



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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

§xmxm, fotkerg, (ilasstoart, 

WINES AND SPIRITS, 

53 SUSSEX STREET, OTTAWA, C- W- 

GOUIFdTRY PRODUCE IBOIUC0IKIII' AUB SOLID. 





LIVERY, SALE 



—AND- 



BOARDING STABLES, 



54 METCALFE, NEAR THE CORNER OP ALBERT ST., 



OTTA.w^^, crw. 



JOHN COCKBURN, 



FOOT OF BAY STREET 

Near Mr. T. M. Blasdell's Residence, Wellington Street, 

OTTAWA CITY. 

All kinds of Boats built foi LumboriDg purposes, &o. A constant 
supply of Oats always on hand. N.B. — Repairs promptly attended to. 

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SUPERIOR HOME MANUFACTURED 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 



CONSTANTLY ON HAND 



51 SPARKS STREET, 




A\rH:oiL.ESA.LE 



The Largest and Best Establishment of the kind 



Lniphermen, Merchants and Fanners are particularly intited to notice the above. 



ADVERTISING DIREOTOBT. 



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FLOWERS, FEATHERS, PLUMES, SILKS, SHAWLS, 

MANTLES, MILLINERY, DRESS GOODS, 

Hoisery, Haberdashery, Counterpanes, Table Covers, Cloths, 

FLANNELS, BLANKETS, DAMASKS, 

14 RIDEAIJ 1ST., OTTAWA, €. IV. 



R. W. CRUICE, 

GENERAL COMMISSION and LUMBER AGENT, 






OFFICE IN POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

OTTAIVA. • • ' ■■'•'• 

MtttvmttH : 

ALLAN GILMOUR, ESQ, I JOSEPH AUMOND. ESQ. I A. J. RUSSELL, C.T.O. 
H. V. NOEL, ESQ. | HON. JAMES SKEAD, M.L.C. | ROBERT BELL, M.P.P. 

All Business with the Crown Timber Office and Crown Lands Department attended to. 



J. M. CURRIER & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



'^Awmm MsmmmsL 



ITC, ETC., 

OTTAWA, C. W. 

J. M. CuRBiKR. Jahks MoLabik. John McLabkn. 



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R. EATON & CO., 

No. 7, RIDEAU STREET, 

OTTAWA, C.W., 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

PAiHTd, OILS, vAfiSloHES, 

Paper Hangings, looking Glasses, Fiotore Frames, &o., fto., 

NEW STYLE ImSIDE WINDOW BLINDS, 

Unequalled/or Beauty, Durahilittf and Economy. 



B. E. tt Co:, employ experienced and Practical Workmen in HOUSE and 

SIGN PAINTING. 



C. BANSLEY ti CO., 



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421 SPARES ST., 




OI'I'OSITE 



ONTARIO BANE 



OTTAWA, C. W., 

TO THEIia ia.ia-l!4-ESSD3S 

Tbe Prinee of 'i^ales and Prince Alfred. His Oraoe the Dnke of Xcwoastle. Lord Elgin, Sir 

Edmund Head, Lord Monck, Right Hon. Earl St Germain, Gren. Bruce, 

Maior Teeadale, Maior Cewell and Suite. 

EnglUh and French Perfunury, Cutlery^ Hair, Tooth, NaU and Shaving Brushes, 
BamUy'a Cdebrated Razor Strop and Razor Patte,/rom. Is. 3d to 5s. 

Gentlemen's and Ladies' Wigs of all Sizes and Colors kept on hand, 

A LAROB STOCK OF ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN TOYS. 



ADVlRTISIKa DIREOTORT. 



295 



fmOMEQ & DRI^M, 



IMPORTERS or 




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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

UNION BI<OCK, 



OTTATV^iL. 



HOLGATE, OLIVEB & ANN ABLE, 

WHOLESALE 

GHAXE AM BSDSTfiAD 

MA.NXJF'A.CTURERS, 



OOMTRACTORS FOR MAKING 



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OTTAWA DRUG WAREHOUSE, 

COB. BIDFAU & LITTLE SUSSEX STS., 

DR, J. GARVEY, Proprietor, 

KliPS OOKBTAMTLT A. FULL ASSORTIO STOCK OF 

HORSE MEDICINES, DYE STUFFS, 




WHOLESALE AfCD RETAIL. 
N.B.^PffYSICUN^ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFkILLT PREPARED. 



Country Merchants supplied at Montreal Prioos. 

J. GARTEY, J?1.D. 



DONALD M. GRANT, 

E£Mi ESTATE AfxEHT, 

HiiiiiiiiiL ns w^ 

LOANS NEGOTIATED. 



PROVINCIAL INSURANCE COMPANV OF CANAOA, 

OTTAWA AGENCY. 
HEAD OFFICE TOBONTO. 

Imperial Fire Insurance Oompany, London, 

, , J. ,; OTTAWA AOBNCT, 

' ^ ' ' HEAD OFFICE, MONTBEAL. 
INVESTED IN CANADA, - - - $106,000 

Offict-~Elgm Strettf comer of Sparkt. OTTAWA CITY. 






ADVBBTIStKa DIRECTORY. 



297 



HOUSE, 

STS., 

)rietor, 

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SPARED. 



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GEO. FUTVOYE, 

ADVOCATE, SOLICITOR, 4c., for Lower Canada, 
NOTARY PUBLIC for Upper Canada, 

And Commiiiioner for taking Affidavits to be received in any of the 

Courts o/LowsrOanada, and Upper Canada, or in those 

sitting at Westminster. 

349, W£LI<T]V«T01V ST., OTTAHTA. 

CENTRE SALOON AND BESTAURaW, 

SAMUEL CIOVLDTHRITE, PROPBIETOB, 

CORNER OF SPARKS AND ELOIN STREETS. 

# OTTAWA, O. W. 

tm^VIRBT CLASS WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS ALWAYS 

ON HAND. 




eEORfiE HOWE & SON, 



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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

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(LATE J. BROUGH & CO.,) ' 

MILLINERY, MANTLES, 



8ha-wls, Silks, Cloths, Carpets, 

'i OIL CLOTHS, FUBNISHIiraS, fto., fto., 

S! & 11 SUSSEX STREET, 

OTTAWA. 



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AND DEALBB IN 

Iron, Coals, Chains, Bopes, StpTes, Cllass, Oils, &c., 

SPARKS STBEBT, OTTAWA CITT, O.W. 



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^ '-'(* CAPITAL, 11,000,000. 



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OTTAWA CITY, C W. 



CAPITAL, 



$1,000,000.00. 




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ASSETS : 



Cash aDd Gash Items, 
Interest and Bents Accrued, 
Ileal Estate, • ■ - > 
Bank Stocks in Hartford, • 
" « New York, 

" " Boston, - 

" " other places, 

State City and Bailroad Bonds, - 
U. S. Securities, 



Total Assets, 

' IjIJLBIIjITIES. 
Unadjusted Losses, . . - . 



MARKET TALTTIt. 

$141,373.19 

14,642.83 

68,000.00 

306,348.00 

237,300.00 

102,657.00 

63,580.00 

245,420.00 

408,902.50 

61,588,123.52 
$30,457.99 



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T. C. ALLYN, Pres't. GEO. M. COIT, Sec'y. 

J C. C. LYMAN, Asst. Sec'y. 

HARTEORB, G03Srjf. 

56 Y^ABS QF SUCCPSSFUl BUSINESS. 



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ADTBRTISINO DIRECTORY. 



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THOS. & WM. HUNTON, 

IMPORTERS OF 

STiPLE & MCI DM GOODS, 

OLOTHS, OASSIHEBES, BUNEETS, 

m mm. mm mam. smv & m mi 

CARPETS, OIL CL0TH8, AND NATTINCI8, 

MUNUFACTURBRS OF CLOTHING, 

47 and 49 SPARKS STREET, OTTAWA. 



ESTABLISHED 



IN 1840. 



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OTTAWA, C.W. 



GEO. HUMPHRIES, Proprietor. 



PatroDfzH Dj I. R. H. the Prince of Wales In 1860. 



CilBMS m SUB Mi! TO Mi JUIO VMIHD 

Mil, KIKPS O:- 9SFAIBI^ PONE 9IT 8H0BT ITOTIQE. 



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JK«JuA*XiJNS & AX Afllf 



IMPORTERS OF 




BEY @00B 

Bog to iDform their numorouB oustomers and the publio at large, that 
they have oonstantlj od hand a large assortment of 

THE MOST CHOICE GOODS, 

SUITABLE FOR LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S WEAR FOR 
THE FOUR SEASONS OF THE YEAR, 

At a cheaper rate than any other Establishment in this or any 
other Canadian City west of Montreal. 

"Union Block, Sussex Street, 

THiiaD Dooia :E'Ti,oi^ ^^OI^K: st.. 



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fatitr tl^ larliamentari ^gent 



Deeds for Lands & Patents for Inventions Procured. 

Takes Charge of Private Bills in their passage through the Assemblyt 

and all transactions mth the Government Departments 

Promptly attended. 



laEI^EIiElISrOES, 



Honorable J. A. Maodonald, 

" J. H. Cameron, 
Francis Jones, Esq., M>P.P., 
Robert Bell, Esq., M.P.P. 



Honorable M. Cameron, 

" Geo. Crawford. 

William Powell, Esq., M.P.ft, 
J. S. Ross, Esq., M.P.P. 



S. fraliok, Esq., Clerk division Court, Pingle Post OSoe, County Hliroo 



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SUCCESSOR TO DR. LAUGHLIN, 

SPARKS STREET, CENTRAL OTTAWA. 



DR. C. LEGGO, 

Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur, 

OFFIGE-SPARKIS l»TREET. 

Will be found at Night at Dr. J. Leggo's, Sparks Street, Ottawa. 



HOTEL DU CANADA, 

(LATE OLD COLLEGE,) 

SUSSEX STREET, OTTAWA. 

B. B. LABIYIERE, Proprietor. 



OHNIBDS TO AND FROM THE CARS AND B0AT8. 

A GOOD STABLE ATTACHED. 



LAWRENCE BROS., 

Importers and i^Ii^it I^^^^lers In 

BOOTS k SHOES OF iULl IIDS, 

^ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

No 5^ Sussex Street, Lower Town, opposite IJmoQ Building, 



ADVBRTISINa DIRKOIOBY. 



303 




OBNAMENTAL FLASTEBER & DEOOBATOR. 

Centre Flowera and Fancy Ornaments of the Lat«flt DesigOi for sale 

/ i- ii ;) 1. ; to the Trado. ^ W ^ . ■■ ; '* 

Besldence Md Worskshop No. 199 iUdean Street, Ottawa. 

JIOBISONQ WOm^ ^ISOMPTLV ^TTENIPIEPirO. 



THOMAS MCKAY, 

OTTAWA FLOUR AND OATMEAL ILLS. 

OFFICE — 1S9 SUSSEX STREET, 



JAMES MALONEY, 

67 Clarence Street, 



PECK & GALLUP, 



•AND— 








IIAB mim FIOIIIIS Mill CIMIIIEII ismiD. 



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304 ADVERTISING DISEOIORT. 

WILLIAM McKAY, 



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DEALER IN 



PAINTS. OIL GLASS, 



Gilt Mouldings, Looking Glass Plate, &c. 



ORNAMENTAL & DECORAim PAINTER. 



GLASS STAINING. 

This is the only Glass Staining Establishment in Ottawa, and one 
of the three in British America. As to style of work, reference is made 
to the Stained Glass Work in the Parliament Buildings, executed at 
this Establishment. 

FIRST-CLASS ARTISTS ONLY EMPLOYED. 

Orders from any part of Canada or the United States, for Church and 
other designs, will receive prompt attention. 



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AINTER. 



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'CAPITAL' STOVE DEPOT, 




In order to accommodate an increasing business, we have just completed 

an extension of our premises, and are now in a position more fully to 

meet the wants of our customers. The best and most reliable 

mm Ewm m sroei, 



-INOLUDINO — 



Cooking Stoves, 
Doable Stoves, 
Hall and Parlor Stoves, 
-ox Stoves, 
amb Stoves, 



Stove Pipes, 
Gallows Pipes, 
T Pipes, 
Key Pipes, 



Elbows, &c., Ac., 

AND THE HOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF 



Ac. 



Xisr THE CITir. 

Baths, Water Coolers and Filters, Toilet Setts, Enamelled and Tin Cul- 
inary Utensils, Brass Kettles, Table Mats, Dumb Bells, Wire 
Flower Baskets, Wire Dish Covers, Toddy Kettles, 
Bachelor Dispatches, Cistern Pumps, &c. 

FIRST-GLASS MECHANICS ALWAYS EMPLOVED. 

Steamboat and Builders' Job Work punctually attended to. 



THE LAMP AND GOAL OIL DEPARTMENT 

Ii at all times f\iniisbed with the Best quality of goods. 



It :bzxi.x» o.A.<a-xiis t s 

Itt every variety of Style, at the «« CAPITAL," 35, SUSSEX STREET. 

H. JflEADOWlS Sl €0. 

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ADVERIISINa DIRECTORY. 



HENRY F. MacGARTHY, 

A.POTHEO-A.RY, 



MEDICAL HALL, 




WELLIHGTON ST. 



OTTAWA CITY. 

Importer and Dealer in English Drugs, Chemicals, 

PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, 

Paints, Otis, Dye Stuffs, &c , &e- 
:b:. TT^.A.'Fzi.oxTS 

Oflfers for Sale REVOLVERS and RIFLES at the following unpre- 
cedented Low Prices — 

No. 2 Smith & Wesson, Large Size, - - $14 00 

No. IJ do do - - 13 00 

No. 1 do do - - 11 00 

National 6 Shooter, 12 00 

National 5 do 8 00 

Elliott's 4 do 8 25 

Star 4 do 8 00 

N«. 1 Large Pond 11 00 

Colt's 5 Shooter, 4 in - - - - 8 00 

Breech Loading Revolver ... 7 00 

Colt's Revolving Rifle .... 28 00 

Ballard's Breech Loader Rifle . - ■ 28 00 

Rimington's Rifle ..... 28 00 

Wesson's Breech Loading Riflle - - 25 00 

Breech Loading Pocket Pistol - - 3 00 

Also, for Sale, Cartridges of every deooription for both Rifles and Revolvers. The 
ahove were imported when Fire Anns were i^ee of duty, and are at less prices than they 
can now be imported for. Address, H. WATROUS, Ogdensburg, N.Y. 



ADVERTISING DIREOTORT. 



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llowing unpre- 


$14 00 


13 00 


11 00 


12 00 


8 00 


8 25 


8 00 


11 00 


8 00 


7 00 


28 00 


28 00 


28 00 


25 00 


3 00 


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OmWi GITT 6IUST BUS, 

BmDQE STREET, L. B. FLATS, 

OTTADVA CITY, C. T¥. 

FLOURING AND CRISTINC. 

Gristing done with promptness; also for Sale, Mill Feed & Chop Stuff. 

WILLIAM MORRISON, Proprietor. 
manupaotueers op 

WHITE FIHE LUMBER, 

GHAUDIEUE SAW MILLS, 

OTTAWA, C.W., 

WILLIAM G. PBRLEY. GORDON B. PATTEE. 



n G. H. PRESTON, 

EL DEALER IN 

%fio% 3\m, '§iMm & f al|er, 

SIGN OF THE LARGE BOOT, 



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PUNCTUALITY. LI0J5T PROFITS. QUICK RETURNS. CASH BUSINESS. 






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^^ CHEAP -tt!^ 

BOOT AND SHOE STORE, 

JOHN FOROIB'S OJjD STAND, 

OPPOSITE SUSSEX STBEET. 
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Every variety of Fine and Coarse Work, manufactured under own in- 

tpection. A good atsortment of Raftmen'g I\imp8. 

A quantity of Leather. 

REMEMBER, No. 13, RIDEAU STREET. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 




LAMPS. 

Chimneys, Wicks, 

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VABNISHES, 

HACHINEOIL 



AND BENZOLE. 




SUSSEX STREET, 



OTTAWA. 



SjION, 

RED BARREL. 



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Agent for the Wanzer Sewing Machine. 



ADVBBTIglNO DIREOTOBT. 




309 



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IS PUBLISHED AT 



$4.00 A YEAR WHEN SENT BY MAIL, 

OR, 

.00 TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS. 



It enjoya tba ]ugHt City circalatloa of any paper published at the Beat of 
GoTernment, and is therefore the most desirable mediam for adTortisiag. 

THE WEEKLY POST. 

PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNINGS. 

OFFICE ON METCALFE ST., (off Sparks Street,) OTTAWA. 

Subscription, $1 in Advance or $1.60 Credit. 



THE EYEMNG POST 



Steam Job 




OFS-IGE. 



The proprietors have recently made extensive additions to their Book and Job 
Type and other printing material, and having now in operation THREE STEAM 
PRESSES they are prepared to execate all description)) of 

BOOK, POSTER, CARD AND BLANK PRINTING, 

IN THE VERY NEWEST STYLES, 

With the utmost promptitude, and at as Low Rates as any other Establishment 

in the Province. 

Country Orders for Bills for Auction Sales, SoireiM, Sec, executed 
so that the parties can take them home with them. 

C. E. STEWART & CO., Proprietors. 



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ADYBRTISINO DIREOTOBT. 



JOHN ROCHESTER, JR., 



MANUrAOTUIllR OF 



Harness Leaiher, Waxed Upper, Grained Do. 

PEBBLED GBAIN, AND CANADA CALF. 



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JOHN ROOS, 

TOSACCOS, CIGARS; 

FANCY GOODS, 
Meersohaum, Brier, Gutta Fercha Pipes, 

&C.| &0< 

A choice Assortment of 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 

26^ Sparks Street, Ottawa, C. W. 




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X, XX, XXX AI.E AlVD PORTER. 

CELEBRATED DOUBLE STOUT INDIA PALE ALE, ON DRAUGHT & IN BOTTLE. 






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ROBERTSON ti ROWSELL, 





AMD 



GENERAL OUTFITTERS. 

12, SPAKKS STREET, 



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OTTA.W^A, O.^W. 



WITCIMIER k JIWEM, 

No. 19> RIDBAU STRBBT, 
Offers, at SEASONABLE PB0FIT8, a Choiee CoUeetion of 



W&TGHES.^^H PLATED WARE, 

And Clocks, ^BP^ OUTLERY, &c. 
SBPAIRIN6 D0N5 WITH NBATNEig AND DESPATCH. 



ASTBRTISnta SIUOIOBT. 



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SmCENNES ft MoMAWHTON, 

FORWARDERS, 




B 31 'P"T?7" 23 32 XT 



oTTm & mr to iimiiL avuDiiiLui. 

TROY AND ALBANY. N. Y. 



THEIR LINE IS COMPOSED OF STEAMERS 

** MONTREAL,** " WHITEHALL,** « ROSE,'* " SOREL,** " ROVER,** 
. " STAR** and « CICINET,** 

AHD or 



Office: 203, COMMISSIONERS STREET, MONTREAL* 

J. F. SINCENNES, WM. MoNAUGHTON, M. MoNAUGHTON 

Soral, C; E. MontnaL C«n»l BmIh, OtUws, 0. Y. 



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MONTREAL $c OTTAWA 

FORWARDING (&Sb^ C M P A N Y . 



D. MURPHY, Agent. ISAAC BONNEB, Agent, 

Canal Baain, Ottawa. 85 Gommoa St., Canal Wharf, MontnaL 

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JAMES DOUGLAS STEWART, II.D., 

' ' OCULIST AND AURIST. * ^ 
Offlce-CAbove Dr. fianey's Drag Store), RIDEAU STBEET. 

Artificial Eyes, Membranes for the Drum of the Ear, and the finest 
Perisoopio Speotaoles, &o., kept on hand. Oonsulting hours from 10 
to 12 o'olook, a.m., and from 2 to 4 o'elook, p.m., each day. 

Mr Cofuultmg Fee, Two J}oUan, ttrictly payable in advance. 



GOMMERCIAl UNION ASSURIiNCE IIOMPANY 



CAPlTALt 



} 

19 AND 20 CORNHILL, LONDON. 
. , ~ : : JE2,500,000 STERLING, 

P U L L Y S U B 8 R I B E D. . . ' i 



Biski Aooepted on Wood or other Buildings. 

FTBA-JSrCIS OLEMOA\r, Agt, 

BI.«inr STREET, OTTAIVA. 



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STIFF & GREGORY, 





NO. 56 SPARKS ST., 



Poro«l»in Piotores taken in the Tery best styles; Cartes de Visite oolored; Ambro- 
types for Loigi^M ; larfp Eictutee in Oil, Water or India Ink; oopis* fMkimbomoM 
Paintings, Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes or even Pkotographs, whiob may be finished np 
JPlMn or Colored. 






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ored; Ambro- 
jm .from old 
bo flniihad np 



ADTIRTISINO DIBKOTOBT. 



816 



LMY. SALE i 





IN CONNECTION WITH 



THE RUSSELL HOUSE, 



J. STOCKDALE, PROPRIETOR. 

H0RSE8 AND CAflRIAQES FOR HIRE. 



S"[I?ESjA. 



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EIDEAU STREET, OTTAWA OITf, O.W.," 

W. STOCKDALE & BROTHER, 



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PROPRIETORS.: 



At thil EatablUhment will be found on but <r or made to order, the latest and 

most approred styles of 

Coaohei, Carriages, Omnibnsaes, Rookaways, Buggies and Sleighs, 

Which, in point of finish and dura'oillt^, are not lurpassed in any marlcet. 

The proprietors being Practical Workmen, feel confident that their ability in thtir 
profession will render Aill satisfaction to all who faTor them with their patronage. 

All Work Wamuxtod for One Year, and all kinda of Bepairing 
Careftilly and Promptly done. 



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(Published every morning, Snndays excepted.) 

GEORGE COTTON, 



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THE DAILT AND WEEKLT TIMES now enjoys the Largest Ciroalation of uy paper 
in the Ottawa Valley— Issuing of the Daily over TWO THOUSAND ! and of the 
Weekly over FOUR THOUSAND ! making a total oiroalation in the week of over 
EIOHTBEN THOUSAND ! thns outstripping all competitors and the best medium 
for BUSINESS MEN TO ADVERTISE IN. 



(Published every Friday Homing,) 

GEO. COTTON, FUBLISHEB and FBOFBIEIOB. 

Tn Wbbeit Tnnl is without ezoeption the Bist Papbr published in the Ottawa Valley. 



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lOB FBXNTXIIG, 

' From the Smallest Card to a Mammoth Poster, 

FURMSHED IN THE NEATEST SHLE OF THE ART. 

With Fast Presses, and all the appliances of modern material, competition in 
ibis branch ia defied. Orders from the country promptly attended to. 



* 

Will note the fact, that oar facilities for executing every description of SHOW 
PRINTING cannot \)p sarpassed in Priob or Sttlb in Canada. 



n of any paper 
> ! and of the 
I week of over 
9 beatmedinm 



Ottawa Valley. 



ADVERTISINa DIBEOTOBT. 



817 



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DAVID WATERS, 

IMPORTER OF 



FTOR. I ®1®H(01 il(0)(Ol]ii 



WINES, LIQUORS, FRUITS, &c., &c., m * 

CflBIEl IIF ST. Fim IllUUIOM mEITS. 

First Street East of the Bishop's Palace, Ottawa, C. W 

PEOPLE'S CHOICE BAKERY. 



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OTTAWA, Oi W, 



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PRKSOOTT, C. W* 

L.H. DANIELS, - - PROPRIETOR. 

Me. L. H. DANIELS, 
Agent for tiie Boytl Kail Line of Through Steamers. 

IE! 101. lEf rnniEjFnf iinii THiiiiiiT. 

OMNIBVSSES AND ACTIVE PORTERS 

To donvey Passengers and Ba^ge to and from the Cars and Boats 

FBBE OF CHARQE. 

The " Intem»Uoii»I " will be found laoond to no other Hotel in Central Canada 

jM^Two of Phelan's First-Glass Billiard Tables in the House. 

A GOOD UVERY STABLE ATTACHED. 



L'ORIGNAL, 00. OF PRESOOTT, 0. W, 



^W. LA. BELLE, P roprietor^ 

The Proprietor will spare no expense in making this house equal to 
any other Hotel in Oanada. 



Choice WinM, Liqnon, Cigars, Ales, &o., always in Supply. 

Conveyances to and f^om the Steamboat Landing, and Carriages fur- 
nished for parties going to the " Caledonia Springs." 

GENEBAL STAGE OFFICE. 






APVBSTXSINa DIBBCTORY. 



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THOS. BETDOLDSi Managing Director, Ottawa & Montreal. 
T. S. jyWPUOfLt Superintendent, Fresoott, Q.W* 

T. G: LESLIE, Seoret«ry and Treasurer, Ottawa. 



TWO FAS8ENGEB TBAINS OAILT EACH WAT, 

Leaving Ottawa in the morningand connecting at Junction with the 

GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Trains going East and West, 

and fit PfiEscoTr with the 

ROYAL Mim AND AMElill ti OF STEAiRS, 

FOR ALL PORTS EAST AND WEST, 

Also, Wfth the Ogdensburg and Lake Ohamplaiu R., and Rome Water- 
town tma Ogdensbui'g R. Trains leaving Ogdensburg 

FOR 

NEW YORK AND BOSTON. 

RETIJR]iriH(n : 

Will leave T«fS8(}0TV on arrival of all connecting Lines, aod arrive in 
Ottawa, oopnpol^ng with Stefn»cirs fqr Portpon ihe Upper iin^ Lower 

Ottawa River. .,, ".^.. 



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€^MAT GKHTBJlL mWUM, 




fiRMT TOTERN BiEWlI 



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B-ROM 



SUSPENSION BRIDGE, 

(NIAOABA FALLS,) 

TO DETROIT, MICHIGAN, 

.^A AND BRANCHES FROM 

Hamilton to Toronto, from HarrlsbaK to Guelpb ; and from 

Komoka to Sarnla, formlns with its connections THE 

SHORTEST AND BEST ROUTES to 

MA iPiiifaiMft Wis? . 

THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS EAOH WAY DAILY. 



Trains arriving at |Saspension Bridge from Detroit and the West, make close 
connections with New York Central and Erie Railroad Trains, and connec- 
tions for Buffalo, Rochester, Syracnse, Oanandaigna, Elmira, Rome, 
Ogdensbnrg, Utica, Albany, Philadelphia, New York, Washington, 
Baltimore, Saratoga, Whitehall, Boston, and all points in New 
England and the East. 
Trains arriving at Detroit from Suspension Bridge and the East connect regularly 
with the Trains of the Michigvn Central, Detroit and Milwankie, and Michig^an 
Southern Railroad Trains, and connections for Chicago, Qalena, Dubuque, 
Milwaokie, Bock Island, fit. Louis, St, Paul, Cairo, Burlington, LaOrosse, 
Sacinaw, Oincbuiati, and all points in the Great West. 



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IGAN, 



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tlonsTHG 

FAY DAILY. 



rest, make close 
^, and connec- 
lira, Rome, 
Lshington, 
[ia New 

snnect regalarlj 
[, and Michigan 
la, Dabuqae, 
pn, LaOroBie, 

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^ EXPRESS TRAINS V^ 
HAVE fiAIILTON FOR TORONTO AND INTERMEDIATE STATIONS 

After the arrival of the Trains from SUSPENSION BRIDGE and DETROIT 
and make direct connectiona with 

^mm TRUNK RA8LWAY TRA8NS 

FOB MONTBEAL, QUEBEC AND FOBTLAND, 

And with the Royal Ma^l and American Express Line of Steamers for 
all points on Lake Ontario and River St. Lawrence. 

TRAINS ON SARNIA AND GUEIiPH BRANCHES 

Make close connections with Main Linb Trains; 



Passenger Cars are Famished with Patent Ventilators, 

And are entirely free firom heat ana dust in Sommer and uniformtr warm in Winter. 



On Night Express Trains, and Smohing Cars attached to all Day Trains. 

THIS IS THE ONLY ROUTE VIA NIAGARA FALLS, SUSPENSION BRIDGE 
AND DETROIT, and passengers travelling by this Line have a splendid 

¥I1W 8f Til f &LLS 9F a!ftS&R& 

AND THE MAMMOTH SUSPENSION BRIDGE, 

While crossing the Niagara River on the Cars. 

This is also the only Bonte whioh rims through the Canada Oil Begion. 



BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH 

TO ALL, IMPORTANT POINTS, 

Thereby saving Passengers the trouble and inconvenience of having to check 

their Baggage over each road. 
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SUD, SlFin IB C9MI0RT 

!«ECi;i»l?,D BY THUS ROUTE, 

AND FARES AS LOW AS BV 0TSIS:l4i^NES. 



AMERMN GUBMNeY TMBN AT PAR 

tor Tbrougb faros, Sleeping Car Berths ; also tor Meals, &(s., at the RefVesbment Saloons. 



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VIA GREAT WESTEEN RAILWAY, 

Which can be had at all Regular Railroad Ticket Offices in the United States I 

and OanadHB. 



TRAINS ARE RON BV HAMILTON TIME, 

Which is Twelve minutes faster than Detroit Time, and Twenty>iiTe minutes 
slower than New York Oentral Railroad Time. 



May be had on application at any of the Company's Stations, as also any in- 
formation aa regards Rates of Fare, &c. 

THOMAS SWINYARD, 

JAMES €HABLTON, General Manager, Hamilton, C. W. 

General Agent, Hamilton, C.W. 







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ADVERTISING DIREOTOBY. 828 

THE OTTAWA RIVER 

Navigation Company's 

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"PRINCE OF WALES," 

CAPTAIN H. W. SHEPHERD; 

"QUEEN VICTORIA" 

CAPTAIN ALEXANDER BOWIE. 



OFFICE: (New No.) 153 GREAT ST. JAMES ST., 

OPPOSITE OTTAWA HOTEL. 

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Trains loavo Bonavonturo Street Depot every morning (Sundays excepted) at 7 
o'clock, connecting at Laobine with Steamer " PRINCE OF WALES," for Carillon ; 
then by Railway to Grenvilte, connecting with Steamer " QUEEN VICTORIA," for 
Ottawa City at ftip.m. 

TOURISTS WILL FIND THIS 11 DELIGHTFUL TRIP. 

PABCEL EXFBESS DAILY. 



Farther information, and Tickets, can b« had at the Railway Depot ; at the OlQce, 
153 Qreat St. James Street ; or on board the Steamers. 



R. W. SHEPHERD, President, 



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UPPER OTTAWA ROUTE. 




FOR 

Ay!mer, Onslow, Pontiae. Fitzroy Harbor, WelHngtoii Bay, 
Arnprior, Sandpoint, Bristol, Bonnechere, Portage da 
Fort, Cobden, Havelock, Black SiTer, Westmeatb, 
Cbapean, Pembroke, Fort William. Point Alex- 
ander, Des Joaebim Rapids, 

AND All mmmmn points. 

CLOSE CONNECTION AT ARNPRIOR WITH 

BROCOILLE AND OTTAWA RAILWAY, 

SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE BETWEEN 

0TTmCIT¥-filllll1lMTa!ilD11i'SfllU2.KKWUC. 



One of the following splendid Low Pressure Passenger Steamers leaves Atlbier 

daily (Sundays excepted) for above and Intermediate Ports, at 7 o'clock A.M., 

passing through the Beautiful Scenery of the Upper Ottawa by daylight, 

ANNE SISSON, ... Captain Bokus. 

OREGON, .... «« FiNDiAT. 

CALUMET, .... '« BtONDW. 

PONTIAC, .... <' Coming. 

AND THE FOLLOWING POWERFUL TUft STEAMERS 

' EMERALD,' ' SNOWBIRD,' AND ' PEMBROKE,' 

Are prepared to Tow Bafts on Reasonable Terms. 

To Tonrists the indnoements of the Upper Ottawa aro unequalled— the gracdest 
Scenery, as well as excellent sport for the Gun and Rod, cannot fail to attract all who 
oneetake the trip. Hotel acoommodi m is good everywhere ; and, on the hottest day, 
cool refreshing spots can always be found amongst the lovely Islands and Falls of this 
romantic looi^ity. 

All information to parties inta^uing to visit the above points, will be fuuished on 
•pplio»tio& to 

O. B. I7ASH) Manager, Aylmer, C. B. 



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BOKUS. 
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BETWEEN OTTAWA OITT AND KINGSTON. 

THE UPPER CABIN STEAMERS 

"CITY OF OTTAWA." "BYTOWN," 

(Capt. J. Rtav.) (Capt. T. Fabmkr.) 

THE above named Steamers Tci ran as follows between Ottawa and Kingston, 
calling at all Intermediate Ports, and connecting at Smith's Fall^; with the 
Brockville and Ottawa Railroad. 

"C/rr OF ott/^wa;' 

Leaves Ottawa Oily every Monday and Thursday at 7 a.m., arriving at Kin(- 
ston at 11 a.m., the following day. Leaves Kingston every Tuesday and Friday at 
3 p.m., arriving at Ottawa next evening at i p.m. 

''BYTOWN" 

Leaves Ottawa City every Wednesday and Saturday, at ? a.m., arriving at 
Kingston on the follow! ag day. Leaves Kingston every Mondr.y at 12 noon, and 
Thursday at 3 p.m., and arriving at Ottawa on the following evening at 8 p.m. 
Connecting with the Royal Mail Line of Steamers at Kinr,ston, going upwards, 
every Thursday, Friday and Sunday evenings. These stearaers connect at King- 
ston with the Through Line Steamers going Bast and West ; Steamer|.Bay ofQainit, 
for Picton, Belleville, and Trenton ; and with the American steamers for Os- 
wego, Rochester and Lewiston. 

Parties shipping freight from Ottawa will find it greatly to th<>i: advantap;e 
to send by this Line, rates being low and no wharfage charged. Passengers tick- 
eted through to Cobourg, Port Hope, Toronto, Hamilton, Ac. » 

Apply to JAS. SWIFT, St. Lawrence Wharf, ^ingstoh ; JAS. RATH, Smith's 
Falls ; or to the Proprietor, 

H. K. BICKIirSON, Canal Basin, Ottawa. 

OX«^ XjX3Bia-lB.-3afli1;A,toUfli]a.ed ±xx Xa44. 

DICKINSON'S 

OTTAWA AND RIDEAU AND LAKE CHAMPLAIN ROUTE! 

The Stock consists of Fifty Barges and Eleven Steamers. 

AFFORDING a Daily Departure for Transport of Freight from Montreal to 
Ottawa, and all points on the Rideau Canal and vice versa. 
The steam-tug Queen of the Isles, with Barges, will also be placed on the 
Rideau Canal, for the exclusive carriage of Freight to and from Ottawa and 
Kingston, and all way points. The powerful tug-steamer England will be kept be- 
tween OTTAWA and ORENVILLE for the Towage of Square Timber Rafts, Saw 
Logs, dec. In additien to the above, a LINE OF TUG-BOATS, in connection 
with the Barges, forming a FREIGHT LINE between Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, 
aad all ports on Lake Champlain, for the Transport of Sawn Lumber, and other 
property, 

For particulars, apply to GEO. HEDBACH, Canal Basin, Montreal; JAMES- 
SWIFT, Agent, St. Lawrence Wharf, Kingston ; and JAS. RATH, Smith's Falls. 
Vr. D. WADDBLL, Agent, Gowan's Buildings, Peter Street, Quebec ; 
Or to the Proprietor, 

If. S. DICKINSON, CahbI Basin, Ottawa. 



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INSURANCE AQAINST AOOIDENTS. 



TRAVELLERS' 
V" HARTFORD, CONN. 



CAPITAL, 



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$500,000. 



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OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

CAUSING LOSJ? OF LIFE OR BODILY INJURY. 



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Thd Travellers' Insovance Company of Hartford is the Pioneer Accident Insar- 
ance Company in this country ; it has an ample capital and large surplus, » dir- 
ectory of the highest chaiacter.and issues policies on favorable terms, insuring 
in snms of |500 to $10,000, with $3 to $60 weekly compensation. 



Marine Policies issued covering voyages to and from Europe at 
$1.00 to $1,000 each \v»y. 

Agencies in all principal Towns and Cities. All losses in Canada paid in cur- 
rent Canada Funds. 



RODNEY D£NNI8, 

,( fl. Secretary. , 

h T. « W. PBNNOCK, 



J, 6. BATTERSON, 

Prtatdtnt, 

A. B. CHAFFEE, Montreal, 

Jgent for Canada, 



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The undersigned, holding appointment from Thb Honorable 
THE Speaker op thb Legislative Assembly, aa 




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HAVE PECULIAR FACILITIES FOR TRANSACTING 
BUSINESS WITH ALL THE 

GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 

Piivale Bills, Procurlflg Patents for Lands and Indians, 



AND 

Obtaining Money due from the Government to Municipalities. 

REFERENCES^ BY PERMISSION i 

Hon. J. S. Macdonald, M.P,P. Hon. J. Skead, M. L.C, J. M. Currier, Esq., M.P.P. 
Hon. J. 0. Aikins, M.L.O. Hon. M. O&metoiu Joseph Aumond, Esq. 

J. T. ;& Vr. PENNOCK, 

.„ PMlUmenUlij Md Intunuice Agents, 

OFFIOE— 19, Bpibib Stbiit. and Bxcliang« Bcokeri. 



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