AIRLIE - A Post-Office, Lot 25, 1st Con., Township of Tossorontio.

Honsberger, J.J., prop saw-mills} Sullivan, Joseph, hotel-keeper
Lee, G.B., P.M., store-keeper   }
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ALLENDALE - A village and station of the Northern Railway, in the
   Township of Innisfil, one mile south of Barrie. The village was
settled in 1846 by John Boon, Collingwood Harris, N. King, Bernard
Sheridan, Wm. Hamill and Thomas McMahon. Population about 300.

Bieman & Douglas, prop, shingle } Gibson, James, mason
  and stave factory.            } Hamlin, Ambrose
Bescoby, Edward, conductor      } Harrison, --, stave and shingle
  N.R.                          }  factory
Bescoby, George, employee, N.R. } Hickey, Robert, carpenter
Bishop, N.H., assistant P.M.,   } Jacobs, J.
  general merchant.  (See adv.) } Little, W.C., M.P.P.
Boon, John, prop. Railway       } McMahon, Mrs.
  Hotel,  (See adv.)            } Miscampbell, Andw., P.M.
Boon, W.M., prof. instrumental  } Morrow, John C., prop. flouring
  music.  (See adv.)            }   mills
Brawley, Samuel, boarding house } Naylor, James, baggage master
Brazel, Charles, blacksmith     } Portas, T.H.
Brooks, Stanley, blacksmith     } Railway Hotel, John Boon,
Brown's Hotel, J.M. Brown,      }   proprietor. (See adv.)
  proprietor.   (See adv.)      } Ross, Miss Flora, telegraph
Brown, James M., proprietor     }   operator, station
  Brown's Hotel                 } Ross, G., foreman blacksmith N.R.C.
Callaghan, Hugh, shoemaker      } Ross, John, station agent
Christie, Wm., shoemaker        } Ross, John, J.P., Com. in B.R.,
Croxon, Henry, proprietor       }   issuer marriage licenses, See card
  Royal Hotel                   } Ross, John J., prop. saw mills.
Cullen, Samuel, hotel-keeper    }   See card.
Dodson, R., road master N.R.C.  } Smith, Andrew, assistant baggage
Fletcher, William, teacher      }   master.
Fraser, Henry, late proprietor  } Soules, W.P., groceries, liquors,
  Exchange, Barrie              }   &c. See adv.
N. H. BISHOP.
GENERAL MERCHANT, DEALER IN GROCERIES, WINES,
Liquors, &c., Ready-made Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
ALLENDALE
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BROWN'S HOTEL,
JAMES M. BROWN, PROPRIETOR,
ALLENDALE
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WILLIAM BOON,
MUSCIAN.
Brass and Quadrille Bands furnished on liberal terms.
ALLENDALE
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W. P. SOULES,
Dealer in Choice Groceries, Wines and Liquors -- Farm
Produce Bought and Sold.
ALLENDALE
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RAILROAD (PICTURE) HOTEL.
JOHN BOON, - - - - PROPRIETOR
ALLENDALE STATION
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JOHN ROSS,
Commissioner in Queens's Bench - Issuer of Marriage
Licenses.
ALLENDALE STATION
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JOHN J. ROSS,
Lumber Merchant - Shingles, Lath, &c., Always on Sale
ALLENDALE STATION
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ALLISTON - An important and thriving Village situate on the corners 
   of the townships of Tecumseth, Essa, Tossorontio and Adjala, and in
   one of the most fertile sections of the county. The Hamilton and
   North Western, and the South Simcoe Junction Railway will, in all
   probability, pass through the village. The Nottawasaga river affords
   excellent water power, and there are several large saw mills in the
   immediate vicinity. Alliston was first settled by the Fletcher family,
   about the year 1849. Distance from Angus station, 11 miles; from
   Gilford, by stage, 18; and from Toronto, 59. Population, about 600.
   Ferguson's sash factory employs an engine of ten horse power, and
   averages five hands. Aitken and Knight's foundry employs ten hands,
   and has an engine of ten horse power.

Abrams, John, butcher } Fletcher, George, P.M., Aiken & Knight, Alliston } lumber merchant. See adv. foundry } Fletcher, John, farmer and mill Aiken, James, (Aiken & Knight) } owner Allen, James, blacksmith } Fletcher, Wm., prop. flour and grist Allen, John, livery } mills Allen, Lot, teamster } Foy, Patrick, prop. Farmer's Alliston Hotel, Edward } Inn. See adv Conway, prop. See adv } Gee, Rev., D.E.F., Wesleyan Apperley, Wm., painter } Gilbert, John, watchmaker Beale, Thos, painter } Hand, Wm. C., prop. Dominion Beale, Wm., photographer } Hotel - auctioneer. See adv Bovaire, Philip, labourer } Haugh, Charles, farmer Brown, Wm., saddler } Higgins, Patrick, laborer Burridge, John, mail carrier } Hill, Lewis, teacher Byers, Mrs. } Hodgson, John, pump-maker Cairns, Wm., hotel keeper } Hodgson, T.P., pumpmanufacturer Cassidy, Thos., saddler } and lumber dealer. See adv Chatfield, John, carpenter } Hogan, Samuel, laborer Chaffey, R.S., M.D. } Jones, James, stoves and tin- Conway, Edward, prop. Alliston } ware. See adv Hotel. See adv. } Hope, R.C., miller Couen, Charles, general } Kelly, P.D., conveyancer, &c. merchant. See adv. } See card Davey, John } Kenzie, Alex., cabinet maker Davey, Wm., laborer } Knowles, Rev. Robert, Presby- Dillane, M., waggon maker } terian Dominion Hotel, W.C. } Lalor, John, laborer Hand, prop. See adv. } Lawrence, ---- baker Dunham, Joseph, carpenter } Lee, Fred., operator, Mon. Tel. Farmer's Inn, P. Foy, prop. } Co. See adv. } McCarthy, M.C., pub. "Star." Ferguson, Angus, builder } McChasney, Isaac, blacksmith sash factory. See adv. } McDonald, Isaac, carpenter Fields, Wm., farmer } McDougall, James, sawyer McGirr, George, ag't Com. Per. } STAR THE, Thursday, George Bldg. and Savings' Society } Fletcher, proprietor. McKee, Hugh, painter } Stewart, John, druggist, in- McLean, A., tailor } surance agent, Commissioner in MacWhinney, Wm., saddler } B.R., Issuer of Marriage Licenses Maginnes, Hugh, carpenter } Segar, John, engineer Menzie, Archibald, moulder } Sheppard, George, farmer Mitchell, Alex., bricklayer } Smith, ----- music teacher Morrison, James, farmer } Strachan, James Nolan, Edward, farmer } Strachan, John, boots and shoes Pinkerton, Joseph, farmer } Walker, Mrs., milliner Poole, Wm., wagon maker } Watson, J.H., M.D. Rayson, Joseph, dry goods and } Westgate, Henry, miller groceries } Wiggins, Robert, farmer Ritchey, E.J., general merchant } Wright, Wm., carpenter Robinson, Robert, bailiff } Young, Wm., shoemaker
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JAMES JONES
DEALER IN
STOVES, TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WARE, COAL
OIL, LAMPS, &C.

Also -- Wool, Sheepskins, Hides, Wool Pickings, &c.,
ALLISTON
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ALLISTON HOTEL,
EDWARD CONWAY, - - - - PROPRIETOR
Good Accommodation for Guests -- Sample Rooms for Com-
mercial Travellers
ALLISTON
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DOMININON HOTEL
Wm. C. HAND, ----------- PROPRIETOR
ALLISTON
William C. Hand, Licensed Auctioneer
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FARMER'S INN
PATRICK FOY, ----------- PROPRIETOR
Victoria Street, Alliston
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CHARLES COUEN,
DEALER IN

Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Ready-made Clothing, Mill-
nery, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c.

Grain and all kinds of Produce taken in exchange.
ALLISTON
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ALLISTON SASH, DOOR AND BLIND FACTORY
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Angus Ferguson, Builder and Contractor, Proprietor

Every Article in the above line constantly on hand and made
to order.
ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED

ALLISTON

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GEORGE FLETCHER
LUMBER MERCHANT AND MANUFACTURER

ALLISTON

Lath and Lumber on hand and for sale, and cut to order
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T.P. HODGSON,
ALLISTON, ONT.,
MANUFACTURER OF

Swing, Suction, Force, Lever, and Improved Patent Cylinder
Pumps -- Warranted for one year -- Cisterns made to order.

ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
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ALPORT - A Post Office in the Muskoka District, 70 miles from Barrie,
   and 120 from Toronto.

Brickmore, Henry, Farmer         } Scholey, George, Farmer
Campbell, Robert, Farmer         } Stephens, Henry, Farmer
Colles, Sir W.H.G.               } Stephens, Richard, Farmer
Ennis, Robert, Farmer            } Stephens, Thomas, Farmer
Long, James, Farmer              } Taylor, Wm., H., P.M.
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ANGUS - A Village and Station of the Northern Railway, on Lot 30,
   Tonwship of Essa, between the Nottawasaga and Pine Rivers, 12
   miles from Barrie, and 22 from Collingwood. The rivers supply
   excellent power, which, to the equivalent of 70 horse, is used
   by two extensive sawmills, which employ about 50 men and manufacture
   about 25,000 feet of lumber per day.  Population about 500.

Arnold, Wm., Blacksmith             } Fraser, E.E., teacher
Beaton, John, Sawyer                } Furlong, James, hairdresser
Belfry, Ira, Prop. Dominion         } Gordon, Joseph, lumber merchant
   House.  (See adv.)               } Graham, James, Railroad Hotel
Boyes, F.D., General Merchant       } Harris, John, track foreman
  (See adv.)                        } Hewlett, Wm., blacksmith
Blain, Thomas, Engineer sawmill     } Howey, W.H., painter
Brown, Jas. R., P.M., General       } King, Wm., sen'r., engineer, saw-
   Merchant.                        }    mill.
Bush, John L.T., Proprietor         } King, Wm., tinsmith, copper and
   Bush's Hotel. (See adv.)         ]    sheet iron ware
Bush, Jonas T., real estate ag't.   } Lawrence, George, baker
Chapin, Thos. F., station ag't.     } McCrimmon, Wm., wheelwright
Cooper, Alexander, general          } McGuane, Francis, laborer
   merchant.  Com. in B.R.          } McIntyre, Dugald, boots and shoes
   (See adv.)                       } McIvor, Sinclair, engineer saw-
Dominion Hotel., Ira Beltry         }    mill
   proprietor.  (See adv.)          } McKimmie, John, manager J.
Dominion Telegraph Co.,             }    B. SMith
   J.R. Brown, agent                } McLandress, Duncan, lumberman
Doupe, Joseph, C.F., provincial     } McLandress, John, lumberman
 land surveyor and Insurance ag't   } Mills, George, sawyer
Elliot, John, tailor                } Moffatt & Barclay, flour mills
Emerick, Robert, switchman          } Nelson, Irving, general mer-
Fisk, S.B., sawmill                 }    chant.  (See adv.)
Foster, Robert, proprietor Queen's  } Nesbitt, F.L., M.D.
   Hotel                            } Price, Charles, shoemaker
Foster, Samuel, proprietor Northern }
   Hotel
Smith, John B., general mer-        } Stevens, Richard, blacksmith
   chant, saw-mill proprietor - J.  } Still, Charles, boots and shoes
   McKimmie, manager.  (See adv.)   } Tomlinson, Joseph, painter
Smith, J.M., superintendent         } Wade, Robert, chemist and
   saw-mill J.B. Smith              }    druggist,  (See adv.)
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ROBERT WADE
Chemist and Druggist. Importer and dealer in
Drugs, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, &c.,
ANGUS
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F. D. BOYES, ANGUS,
DEAKER IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Boots and Shoes, Hats
and Caps, Patent Medicines, Grain and
General Merchandise
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Farm Produce taken in Exchange
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ALEXANDER COOPER,
DEALER IN
DRY GOODS, LIQUORS, BOOTS AND SHOES, CROCKERY, GLASS-
WARE, HARDWARE, &c.,

DEALER IN GRAIN AND ALL FARMER'S PRODUCE.
An extensive stock always on hand

ANGUS
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DOMINION HOTEL

I. F. BELFRY, PROPRIETOR,

ANGUS
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I. NELSON, ANGUS
DEALER IN

General Hardware, Implements, Sewing Machines, Furniture,
Stoves, and Feed and Groceries of all Kinds
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Farm Produce taken in Exchange for Goods

CASH PAID FOR HIDES AND WOOL
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BUSH'S HOTEL
JOHN L.T. BUSH, PROPRIETOR,
ANGUS
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J.B. SMITH, ANGUS,
DEALER IN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES, HARD-
WARE, CROCKERY, &C., &C.
John McKimmie,
MANAGER
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APTO - A village on Lot 5, 2nd Con., Township of Flos, 11 miles from
   Barrie.

Callaghan, Andrew, hotel-keeper  } Phelps, O.G., saw-miller
Callaghan, D. & M., blacksmiths  } O'Neil, John, store-keeper
Cumming, John, J.P., farmer      } Stone, Thomas, store-keeper
McLaughlin, C., P.M., Hotl-kpr   } 
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ARDTREA - A village on Lot 2, Con. 8, Township of North Orillia,
  33 miles from Barrie, and about 5 from Orillia Station. It was 
  settled in 1832 by Lieut. W.H. Wood, of the 44th Regiment, and 
  Dr. Robinson.   Population about 100.

Annes, Richard, boat builder     } Dillon, John, carpenter
Blair, Wm., P.M.                 } Kean, Joseph, lumber merchant
Bolton, James, shingle manufac-  } Kean, James, farmer
   turer                         } Robinson, Dr.
Boynton, Robert, hotel           } Robinson, A.P., farmer
Brown, Wm., P.L.S.               } Vanderburg, R., farmer
Calverly, John, carpenter        } Williams, Thomas, store-keeper

ARLINGTON - A small village on Lot 30, Con. 4, Township of
   Adjala, 30 miles from Barrie, 15 from Angus Station, and 4 from
   Rosemont.

Cassidy, Wm., farmer             } Langley, Patrick, hotel
Connell, Thos., blacksmith       } Milligan, John, farmer
Kidd, Thomas, P.M., general      } Rusk, John, farmer
   merchant                      } Smith, James, tailor
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ATHLONE - A village situate on Lot 13, 5th Con., Township of Adjala, 
   30 miles from Barrie, 13 from Bolton, and 17 from Bradford.
   There is good water power in the neighbourhood. Population 150.

Barton, Robt., farmer            } Kidd, George, farmer
Barry, Edw., blacksmith          } Kidd, John, P.M., general
Casserley, M.J., teacher         }    merchant
Cassin, Thos., blacksmith        } McCabe, James, wagon-maker
Curran, Thos., tailor            } McKenna, --, M.D.
Ellard, Wm., shoemaker           } Maginnis, Mrs. S., milliner
Gerrity, Patrick, pump maker     } Mercer, James, builder
Haffey, John                     } O'Connor, John, saw-miller
Harris, Rev. W., Episcopal       } Skelton, Michael, farmer
Irwin Bros., millers             } Thompson, John, tailor
Kelly, John, farmer              } Tomlinson, E., hotel-keeper
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JOHN KIDD,
General Merchant, and Agent for Freehold Permanent Building
and Saving Society,
ATHLONE

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AVENING - A village on Lot 5, 3rd Con., Township of Nottawasaga,
   25 miles from Barrie, and 7 from New Lowell. The village was
   settled in 1862 by John Carruthers. W.H. Thornbury was appointed
   Postmaster in 1864. The Mad River in the neighbourhood supplies
   good water-power. Episcopal and Methodist churches. Population
   about 250.

Beatty, Francis, butcher        } Carruthers, Wm., farmer
Bird, Wm., hotel                } Carter, Thomas, M.D.
Brown, John, architect          } Gardiner, Wm., hotel
Carlton, James, farmer          } Grainger, Thos., stage proprietor
Carruthers, George, blacksmith, } Irwin, Wm., miller
   proprietor saw-mills         } Jamison, John, shoemaker
Carruthers, Robert, farmer      } Kendrick, J., sen., cabinet-maker
Kendrick, John, jun., sawyer    } Martin, James, farmer
Kitson, Joshua, carpenter       } Martin, Robert, carpenter
Lavery, George, farmer          } Milsap, John, farmer
Leslie, Henry, tailor           } Morris, Robinson, P.M., con-
Little, John, weaver            }    veyancer
Little, Wm., wagon maker        } Parry, George, farmer
McIntosh, Angus, potashery      } Pingle, Jacob, grist, saw and card-
McIntosh, James, general agent  }    ing mills
McMahon, Thos., carpenter       } Rainey, Samuel, general merchant
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BALLCROY - A thriving village, lot 1, 15th concession, Township 
    of Adjala, 37 miles from Barrie, and 9 from Bolton Station. 
    The River Humber affords good water-power.  Population 250.

Beatty, Henry, P.M., general        } Hamilton, John, baker
   merchant                         } Hanna, George, sawyer
Beatty Bros., props. flouring mills } Harrison, Joseph, pump-maker
Beatty, Samuel, shingle factory     } Hurse, James, shoemaker
Beatty, Wm., prop. saw mill         } Keena, Patrick, hotel keeper
Brawley, Francis, distiller         } Livingston, Wm., J.P.
Brawley, Wm., prop. steam saw       } Manning Bros., harness makers
   mills                            } Manning, Edwin, plasterer
Caldwell, Charles, farmer           } Mullin, James, contractor
Carson, David, saloon keeper        } Noonan, Denis, solicitor
Coolahan, Joseph, butcher           } Robb, Thos., hotel keeper
Cox, Robt., farmer                  } Shinamen, James, watchmaker
Crisp, John, farmer                 } Small, Peter, general merchant
Dunham, John, M.D.                  } Thurston, James, miller
Evans, Robt., vet. surgeon          } Walsh, J.J., teacher
Fehely, Michael, farmer             } Wilson, John, blacksmith
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BANDA - A Post-office on the town line between Mulmur and Notta-
   wasaga, 22 miles from Barrie.

Clemenger, John. p.m.,            } Hood, Joseph, general merchant
   farmer                         } Morrison, Thomas, blacksmith
Fletcher, John, hotel             }
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JOHN CLEMENGER, P.M., BANDA
Agent to sell Dr. J. Ball & Co.'s new patent improved
IVORY AND LIGUMVITEE EYE CUPS
FOR THE COUNTY OF SIMCOE

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BARRIE - The County Town of Simcoe is beautifully situated near the
 south-east corner of the Township of Vespra, at the head of Kempenfeldt
 Bay, with a southern front facing the water, the ground gradually
 rising to the north part of the town, where it attains a considerable
 elevation above the level of the lake. It has a fine appearance from
 the opposite side of the bay, the rising ground bringing every part of
 the town disticntly into view.

    There are several beautiful locations in Barrie suitable for
 private residences. The bay is about ten miles long, and from one to
 two miles wide, thickly wooded on the opposite shore, and affording a
 most picturesque view.

    In the year 1854, the Northern Railway was completed from Toronto
 to Collingwood - the nearest station to Barrie being Allendale, one 
 mile distant. In 1865 a branch track was laid to Barrie, and, in 1871,
 a further extension was completed to Orillia, and thence to the Muskoka
 territory.

    The town has, within the last few years, made unusual progress;
 the surrounding country is of an excellent quality, and the mercantile,
 mechanical, agricultural and general prosperity of Barrie will compare
 favourably with that of any other town in the Province.

    Barrie is comparitively a new town. In the year 1831 a squatter
 named David Edgar took up his quarters in an old Government store-house
 situated near the present location of Edward's book store. In the
 following year John Bingham built the first log-house, having, been
 induced to settle here by William Mann, then living in a log-house at
 Kempenfeldt Among the early settlers were Capt. A.E. Walker, John
 McWatt, Andrew and Alexander Graham, James Palmer, J. Sanford, Thrift
 Meldrum, W.B. McVittie, Edmund Lally, W. Boys, Solomon Baillie, Thomas
 Smith, Richard Carney and T.D. McConkey. Robert Ross laid out the
 village, which was named in honour of Commodore Barrie. In 1837 the 
 town comprised twenty-eight families. In 1843 the County of Simcoe,
 until then part of the Home District, was formed, with Barrie as its
 county town.

   It was the original intention of Governor Simcoe to fix upon a point
 two miles east of the present town as a site for settlement, and the
 village of Kempenfeldt was surveyed, but the superior advantages of the
 present location changed the intention. Distant from Toronto 64 miles;
 Collingwood 31; Orillia 27; Penetanguishene 32 miles. Population 4,000.

   MUNICIPALITY, 1872, - Robert Simpson, Mayor; M.H. Spencer, Reeve;
 Henry Sewrey, Deputy Reeve; Henry Bird, George Maundrell, Wm. Hunter,
 Martin Johnson, John Seels, George Ball, Joseph Anderson, Andrew
 Miscampbell, N. Dyment, Councilmen; A.B. McPhee, Clerk; Joseph Rogers,
 Chief Constable and License; Charles Morris, Town Inspector; D. Browne,
 Chief Engineer Fire Brigade.

  The following are the chief manufacturing establishments:-

     BARRIE FOUNDRY - Henry Sewrey, proprietor: established
 1867. Steam, 25-horse power; employs 30 hands; machinery, mill
 work, agricultural implements, etc.

     BARRIE TANNERY - Andrew Graham, proprietor: established
 1850. Steam, 10-horse power; 6 hands; capacity, 4,000 hides and
 1,000 skins annually. Mr. Graham also employs about 20 hands in the
 manufacture of boots and shoes.

     GRAHAM & LOUNT - Woollen, Carding and Fulling Mills.
 Steam, 15-horse power; 15 hands.

     DOUGAL'S FURNITURE FACTORY AND PLANNING MILL.
 - David Dougal, proprietor. Steam, 15-horse power; 6 hands.

     DURHAM'S SAW, PLANING AND LATHE MILLS. Steam
 16-horse power; average, 20 hands; capacity about 16,000 feet lumber
 every twenty-four hours.

     BARRIE STEAM FLOURING MILLS - James Wilkinson, proprietor:
 established 1867. 80-horse power; 5 run; capacity 4,000 barrels
 per month.

     SIMPSON'S BREWERY. Steam, 18 horse-power; 10 hands.
 This old establishment has been greatly increased within a year. Its
 reputation is first-class.

     FAIRVIEW BREWERY - Anderton Bros., proprietors: established
 1861. Steam, 16 horse-power; 10 hands. The large patronage of this
 firm is the best guarantee of the quality of their manufacture.

     J. PULLEN, Gunsmith, Steam Fitter, etc., uses steam power in his
 business, and several others in a minor extent.

Adams, James, tinsmith, Clarkson     } Anderton Bros. (Joseph and
   house                             }   James), proprietors Fairview
Adamson, James, tinsmith, Dunlop     } Steam Brewery, Victoria. (See
Ainley, Henry, plasterer             }   adv.)
Ainley, Wm., plasterer               } Appleby, Sampson, shoemaker,
Anderson, Robert, saddler, Dunbar    }   Eccles
Ardagh, Ardagh, and                  }   machines and agricultural
  Strathy (W.D.); John A.;           }   implements, Dunlop
  Henry H.), barristers, etc., Owen. } Beattie, John, carpenter, Ellen
  (See card.)                        } Beatty, A.E., clerk Bank Com-
Ardagh, Arthur, M.D., Dunlop         }   merce
Ardagh, H. H., student-at-law,       } Beck, John, tanner, Dunlop
  Owen                               } Bemrose, Edmund, saddle
Ardagh, John A., Deputy              }   and harness maker, Dunlop
  Judge Co. Court, Dunlop            } Bennett, Humphrey, merchant
Ardagh, Mrs., wid. John, Charlotte   }   tailor and clothier, Dunlop.
Ardagh, W.D., M.P.P., bar-           }   See adv
  rister, Blake                      } Bennett, J.W., saddler, Dunlop
Armson, Thos., moulder, Henry        } Bingham, A.R., commercial
Armstrong, Joseph, plasterer, Mary   )   traveller, Mary
Armstrong, Wm., teamster, Brad-      } Bingham Bros. (John and
  ford                               }   Robert), butchers and poult-
Arnall, Alfred, hotel-keep'r         }   eres Market. See adv
Ashton, George, constable, Mc-       } Bird, S.G., architect. (See card)
  Donald                             } Bird, Henry, manuf. and deal-
Ashton, John, blacksmith, Collier    }   er in boots and shoes, Dunlop
Bail, Frederick, saloon keeper,      } Bird, Thos. A., messenger Dom.
  Dunlop                             }   Tel. Co.
Ball, George, farmer, Kempenfelt     } Bird, W.G., lumber measurer,
Ball, George, carpenter, Mary        }   Bradford
Ball, Geo., carpenter & builder,     } Black, Hamilton, watchmaker,
  John. (See adv.)                   }   Dunlop
Bank of Toronto, Donald              } Black, John, teacher, Mulcaster
  Campbell, manager, Owen            } Black, Wm., High
Banting, Col., R.T. county           } Blackmore, John, painter, Dunlop
  clerk, res. Cookstown              } Booth, James
Bartley, John A., carpenter, Eliza-  } Booth, John, pattern maker
  beth                               } Boon, Wm., music teacher. (See
Barrie Hotel, John McWatt,           }   card)
  supt., Dunlop                      } Bosanko. C.H., surgeon-dentist
Barrie Livery Stables,               }   (See card.)
Wm. Salter, prop. Bayfield, see adv. } Bourne, Daniel, builder, High
Barrie Steam Flour                   } Bowen, John, shoemaker, Collier
  Mills, James Wilkinson prop.       } Boys, Henry R.A., Co. treasurer,
  See adv                            }   Dunlop
Barrie Marble Works,                 } Boys, Wm. F.A., barrister, Dun-
  Ford & Wastling, props. See adv.   }   lop
  Collier east.                      } Boys, Thomas T.A., barrister, &c.,
Baxter, Samuel, tailor, Collier      }   Dunlop
Baxter, William, plasterer, Nelson   } Brazel, Perkins & Co., lumber
Beard, Jesse, cooper, Collier        }   manufr's
Beardsley, Albert, clerk, J. Woods   } Britt, Wm., butcher, Market
Beattie, G. J., agent, sewing        } Broome, Wm., salesman, Elizabeth
Brown, G. P., brewer, Auderton       } Churchill, Henry, shoemaker, H.
  Bros.                              }   Bird
Brown, John, shoemaker, Elizabeth    } Clarkson House, Joshua
Brown, John, J., seedsman, Dunlop    }   Clarkson, prop., Cor. Dunlop &
Buck, George, C., stoves and         }   Mulcaster. (See adv)
  tinware, Bayfield.  (See adv)      } Clarkson, Joseph, lumber dealer
Burns, James, shoemaker              }   Ellen
Burns, Robert, currier, Dunlop       } Clarkson, Joshua, prop.,
Burr, Wm., (Burr & Weeks)            }   Clarkson House, cor. Dunlop &
Burr & Weeks, (Wm & Joseph)          }   Mulcaster
  house, sign and ornamental         } Cluskey, Edw. tinsmith, Dunlop
  painters, Collier. (See adv)       } Coburn, George, bricklayer & buil-
Burton, J. L., lumber merchant       }   der, Bayfield
Burton, Martin, lumber merchant      } Cockerline, Wm. brewer, Simcoe
Butt, Albert, wagon maker, Bay-      }   steam brewery, Mary
  field                              } Cook, George, lumber merchant,
Byrne, Edward, carpenter,            }   Mary
  builder and undertaker, cor.       } Cook, J. B., carpenter, Toronto
  Owen and McDonald.   (See          } Cotter, J. R., County Crown
  adv)                               }   Attorney, Deputy Registrar and
Byrns, George, shoemaker, Bay-       }   Master in Chancery, Dunlop
  field                              } Coulter, John, dealer in pic-
Caisse, L., prof. music              }   tures and fancy goods, Dunlop
Caldwell, Wm., blacksmith, Collier   }   (See adv.)
Campbell, Alex, driver, J. Part-     } Cox, W. H., (Watson & Co.)
  ridge                              }   Dunlop
Campbell, Donald, manager            } Cradock, Wm., Mary
  Bank of Toronto                    } Craig, John, shoemaker, Dunlop
Campbell, John, stone mason and      } Crawford, George, carpenter, Bay-
  builder, Carron Row                }   field
Canadian Bank of Com-                } Creswick, Henry, land surveyor,
  merce, R. Jennings, manager,       }   Theresa
  Dunlop                             } Creswick, Henry, junr., land sur-
Cane, Peter, currier                 }   veyor, Theresa
Capon & Pearcy, (W. B. & Thos)       } Crew, D., editor and proprietor
  painters, Dunlop                   }   Northern Advance
Carley, John, boat builder, Market   } Crompton, E. B., & Co., dry
Carson, James, shoemaker, Bay-       }   goods, clothing, millinery, &c.,
  field                              }   Dunlop  (See adv.)
Cashon, Miss, milliner               } Crompton, Rev. Thomas,
Cassin, John, miller, Collier        }   Methodist, Worsley
Cassin, Patrick, dry goods,          } Crompton, Thos., clerk, Dunlop
  groceries and liquors, Bayfield    } Crookshank, J. S., M.D., Worsley
Catcher, Charles, carpenter, Station } Crookshank, James, clerk, J. Wood
Cayley, Francis, accountant          } Crookshank, Wm., salesman, Dun-
  Bank of Toronto                    }   lop
Chatfield, John, laborer, Mary       } Crosby, W. F., clerk
Crosby, W. H., livery stables,       }   stationery, musical instruments,
  Owen  (See adv.)                   }   Dunlop.  (See adv)
Culverwell, John, carriage trimmer,  } Ellis, Isaac, teamster, Simcoe
  hairdresser, Dunlop                }   brewery
Cundell, Thos, lumber merchant       } Evans, Charles, hotel keeper, Brad-
Cunio, A., hairdresser, Dunlop       }   ford
Davis, James, laborer, Anderton      } Ewan, P., salesman, W.R. Graham
  Bros                               }   & Co.
Davis, Wm., cabinet maker            } Everett, Wm., clerk, Post-office
Dean, J. F., clerk, Dunlop           } Examiner, The, B. Nichol-
Degere, Wm., salesman, T. E.         }   son, ed. and prop.
  Rawson                             } Fairview Steam Brew-
Demy, Thos., farmer, market          }   ery, Anderton Bros. prop. Vic-
Devlin, Bernard, salesman            }   toria.  (See adv)
Dickson, George, currier             } Faragher, Charles, hotel keeper,
Diver, G. H., manuf. window shades   }   cor Dunlop and Pointz
  Collier                            } Faragher, Daniel, hotel keeper,
Dodson, John, road master            }   Dunlop
Doller, Robt., moulder               } Farley, Patrick, merchant
Dominion Telegraph Company,          }   tailor and clothier, Boys' block.
  Levi F. Selleck, agent             }   (See adv)
Dougal, David, prop. steam           } Farquharson, J. & D., gro-
  cabinet factory, Worsley.  (See    }   ceries, provisions, wines, liquors
  adv)                               }   etc., Dunlop.   (See adv)
Dougal, James, carpenter, John       } Field, Bros., (Francis, Wm.
Dunn, Miss A. J., dressmaker,        }   Elijah) agricultural implements,
  Boys' block                        }   stoves, etc.-agents sewing ma-
Drage, Wm., bar tender, Dunlop       }   chines, etc., Dunlop.  (See adv)
Durham, Charles, lumber dealer,      } Ford, G.R., auctioneer and general
  Bradford                           }   agent, Collier
Durham, James H., sawyer, San-       } Ford & Wastling, (G. R.
  ford                               }   Wm.)  Barrie Marble Works,
Durham, John, prop. saw mill,        }   Collier
  Victoria                           } Fraser, Rev. Mungo, Presbyterian,
Dyment, N., prop. grist and lumber   }   Collier
  mills, Elizabeth                   } Frawley, Michael, salesman, cor.
Edmunson & Son, (W. &                }   Owen & Dunlop
  R. W.) bakers and confectioners,   } Freehold Permanent Building and
  Dunlop.   (See adv)                }   Saving's Society, Joseph Rogers,
Edwards, E. H., (J. Edwards &        }   agent, Market-sq
  Son) Dunlop                        } Freeman, Wm. H., cabinet maker,
Edwards, James, P.M., agent          }   cor. Elizabeth and John
  Vicker's Express, Dunlop           } Frith, Joseph, machinist
Edwards, J. B., operator Mon. Tel.   } Fulljames, John P., accountant,
  Co. Dunlop                         }   Dunlop
Edwards J., & Sons, books,           } Fulljames, R.C. clk, Clarksonhouse
Fulljames, Wm., carpenter            } Hague, Geo. E., asst. acct.
Galbraith, John, blacksmith,         }   Bank of Toronto
  Collier                            } Hale, Noah, fruiterer, Dunlop
Gallow & Kennedy (James              } Hamilton, Alex., M.D., Collier
  & Charles) grocers, Bayfield       } Hamlin, Edward, carpenter, Wors-
Garton, D. B., photographer,         }   ley
  Dunlop                             } Harrington, Charles, refreshment
Gaviller, M., prov. land sur-        }   rooms, Collier
  veyor, Dunlop.  (See card)         } Harrison, Christopher,
Gedge, Thomas, carpenter, Bay-       }   dry goods, groceries, &c., Dunlop
  field                              } Harrison, Henry, shoemaker, Pene-
Georgen, T. W., exchange bro-        }   tanguishene
  ker, McConkey's block, Dunlop      } Harrison, M. H., salesman
Gibson, James, plasterer, Bradford   } Hastings, J. W., watchmaker
Gladstane, Wm., clerk                }   and jeweller, Dunlop. (See adv)
Goddard, Wm., gardener, Elizabeth    } Hayes, George, pump maker,
Gordon, Samuel McK., tailor          }   Elizabeth
Gordon, Wm., prop. American ho-      } Hayes, Michael, salesman, Simcoe
  tel, Bayfield                      }   brewery
Gowan, J. R., Judge County           } Henderson, Johnathan,
  Court                              }   hardware merchant, Dunlop.
Graham, Alexander, carpenter and     }   (See adv)
  builder, Worsley, opp. Court House } Henderson, Wm., hardware, Dunlop
Graham, Alex., salesman, W. R.       } Hickey Bros. (Patrick and
  Graham & Co.                       }   John), groceries and liquors, cor
Graham, Andrew, prop.                }   Dunlop and Market.  (See adv)
  Barrie tannery, general merchant,  } Hickling, John
  Dunlop                             } Hill, John, engine driver, Dunlop
Graham, Angus, salesman, Dunlop      } Hinds, B., gen. merchant, Dunlop
Graham & Lount, (James N.;           } Hinds, Charles, shoemaker,
  Robert) props. woollen factory,    }   Elizabeth
  Dunlop                             } Hinds, Edw., general merchant,
Graham & Lynn, (Angus;               }   cor. Dunlop and Owen
  Wm. G.) fruit, oysters, etc.,      } Holt, Claude, student-at-law
  Dunlop                             } Holt, Wm., & Sons, agents, Owen
Graham, W. R., & Co., dry            } Hornsby, J. W.
  goods, clothing, millinery, &c.,   } House, H. G., shoemaker, Bayfield
  Dunlop.  (See adv)                 } Howell, H. M., clerk, McCarthy &
Grant, J. G., lumberer, Charlotte    }   McCarthy
Graver, Edward, hardware             } Hudson, Harris, blacksmith
  merchant, Dunlop.  (See adv)       } Hudson, R. C., bookbinder and
Graver, Robt., clerk                 }   stationer, Collier
Griffin, James, tinsmith             } Hunter, George, salesman, Dunlop
Griffiths, Geo. H., carpenter        } Hunter, Wm., grocer and wine
Griffiths, Thos., plasterer          }   merchant, Dunlop.  (See adv)
Grubbe, Capt. H. W., Codrington      } Hurst, Samuel, carpenter, Worsley
Hurst, Sylvester, driver, W. H.      } Lane & Howlett, (George & Wm),
  Crosby                             }   merchant tailors, cor. Dunlop &
Hutchins, Robert F., clerk registrar }   Market
Iles, Wm., clerk, Worsley            } Lang, Alex, gaoler
Innes, John, baker, Wosley           } Lee, John, furniture dealer,
Irwin, W. J., Peel                   }   Bayfield.  (See adv)
James, Henry, accountant, Brad-      } Leech, Henry, painter, Collier
  ford                               } Lennox, H. J. S., student-at-law
Jaynes, W. P., clerk Barrie foundry  } Lennox, Thos., grocer, Bayfield
Jennings, Robert, manager            } Lewis, Thos. L. L., salesman, G.
  Can. Bank of Commerce              }   Peacock
Johnson, J. R., bailiff, Collier     } Liverpool and London and Globe
Johns, John H., prop. Victoria       }   Ins. Co., fire and life, Joseph
  hotel, Collier                     }   Rogers, agent, Market-sq
Johnson, Thomas, baker and con-      } Livingston, John, clerk, Barrie
  fectioner, Dunlop                  }   hotel
Johnston, N. B., clerk post-office   } Lloyd, Mrs. A. D., ladies' school,
Kearns, Peter                        }   Charlotte
Keating, Walter W., clerk, Regis-    } Lloyd, Thos. D., clerk 1st
  trar's, Toronto                    }   Division Court, Court House
Keats, Eben, carpenter, Blake        } Loan & Strong, (George; John,)
Keenan, James, machinist             }   builders, Owen
Kennedy, Albert, marble              } Locke, Joseph, dry goods, &c.,
  cutter, Collier                    }   Dunlop
Kennedy, Charles (Gallow             } Locke, Joseph, jun., bookkeeper,
  & Kennedy)                         }   Dunlop
Kent, James, carpenter, Dunlop       } Locke, Mrs. J., ladies' school,
Kidd, Henry, carpenter, Worsley      }   Collier
King, David, groceries and pro-      } Lount, Gabriel, deputy re-
  visions, cor. Elizabeth and Mary.  }   gistrar, John
  (See adv)                          } Lount, George, Co. registrar,
King, John, fireman saw-mill         }   John
King, Nathaniel, editor and          } Lount & Lount, (Wm. and George,
  proprietor Northern Gazette        }   barristers, &c., Dunlop.(See card)
King, Robert, sen.                   } Lount, Robert, (Graham &
King, Robert, baker and              }   Lount)
  grocer, Dunlop                     } Lount, Samuel, Deputy regis-
La Banque Nationale,                 }   trar, John
  Bank of Toronto, special agents    } Lowe, Thomas, butcher, Market
Lacey, James, blacksmith, Bay-       } Lyle, E., shoemaker, Dunlop
  field                              } Lynn, W. G., (Graham & Lynn)
Lally, Edmund S., agent Br.          } McCarthy, D. L. G., M.D.,
  Am. Ins. Co., issuer of marriage   }   John
  licenses, Owen                     } McCarthy & McCarthy (D'-
Lally, Francis W., (Stewart          }   Alton, sen.; D'Alton, jun.) barris-
  & Lally)                           }   ters, &c., Dunlop.  (See card)
McClure & Co., (John McClure;        } MacNab, Andrew, merchant
  R. Simpson), groceries, liquors,   }   tailor and clothier, cor Elizabeth
  &c., Dunlop,  (See adv)            }   and John.  (See adv)
McConkey, Thos. D., Dunlop           } Maloney, Henry, baggage master
McCormick, Thomas, carpenter, Owen   } Maloney, Miss, dressmaker, Dunlop
McDonald, Alex, hairdresser,         } Maloney, M., tel. operator, N.R.C.
  Dunlop                             }   station
McDowell, Rev. David, Wesleyan,      } Mann, Wm. C., books, stationery,
  Collier                            }   etc., Dunlop
McFadyen, Allen, travelling agent,   } Mann, William, Mary
  Anderton Bro                       } Mansell, Wm., bookseller, J. Ed-
McFettridge, Wm., produce dealer     }   wards & Son, Dunlop
McHenry, Robert, saddler, Dunlop     } Manson, Wm., Manager Canadian
McHugh, Wm., mason, McDonald         }   Bank of Commerce, Dunlop
McIntosh, Peter, lumber merchant,    } Marks, Mrs. E., prop. Barrie
  Worsley                            }   Hotel
McKay, Miss B., dressmaker, Dun-     } Marks, Joseph, carpenter, Bradford
  lop                                } Marrin Bros., (James, Philip and
McKee, Matthew, wagon-maker, Collier }   Thomas) general merchants, Collier
McKenzie, Alex., sen., teacher       } Martin, E. W. M., station master,
McKenzie, Alex., watchmaker          }   agent Allen Line of Steamers
  Dunlop                             } Matthews, Thomas, cellarman Simcoe
McKernan, Andrew, assistant malt-    }   Steam Brewery
  ster, Simcoe Brewery               } Masonic Hall, Rawson's
McKernan, Mrs. M., Mary              }   Block, Dunlop
McLaughlin, James, beamsman          } Maundrell, George, butcher, Market
McLeod, John C., carpenter, Dunlop   } Mayor, Joseph, groceries and
McMullen, Donald, miller, Eliza-     }   liquors, Collier
  beth                               } Meakin, James, dry goods, Dunlop
McNab, Donald, salesman              } Meeking, E. S., general merchant,
McNab, John C., salesman             }   auctioneer, Dunlop
McNab, John, blacksmith              } Mick, Henry, machinist
McPhee, Alex. B., town clerk,        } Millard, Arthur, carpenter
  Toronto                            } Millard, Robert, carpenter
McQuarrie, Hector, blacksmith        } Milloy, James, fireman
McVittie, Thomas, hardware, Dun-     } Milloy, Mrs., grocery, Market
  lop                                } Milner, Rev. Jonathan, Primitive
McVity, Wm. B., clerk of the         }   Methodist
  peace, Court House                 } Montgomery, Fred., clerk registrar
McWatt, John, superintendent         } Montreal Telgraph Co., James Ed-
  Barrie Hotel                       }   wards, agent Dunlop
Macy, Wm., plasterer, Mill Road      } Moore, Isaac, shoemaker, Dunlop
Maclear, John, salesman, cor. Dun-   } Moore, John, shoemaker, Bayfield
  lop and Owen                       } Moore, Martin, saddler, Dunlop
Moore, P. J., saddler, Dunlop        } Oxenham, R. J., grocer and
Morgan, Rev. Edward, rector          }   confectioner, Dunlop
  Trinity Church, Owen               } Packard, Charles, carriage maker,
Morgan, T. M. (Van Tassel &          }   Rowe
  Morgan)                            } Pae, Peter, dry goods and clothing,
Morris, Charles, town inspector      }   Elizabeth
Morrow, David, general commission    } Palmer, Albert V., (Palmer & Co.),
  agent,, agt. Can. Per. bdg.        } Palmer & Co., druggists, Dunlop
  and Savings Society, Collier       } Palmer, Fred., carpenter
Morrow, James C., deputy clerk       } Palmer, John, carpenter and 
  to the Crown, clerk County         }   builder, sash, &c., factor, Mary
  Court, Registrar, Surrogate        } Palmer, Wm., blacksmith, Clappe
Morrow, John, dairyman, Mary         }   ton
Morton, E. D., M.D., Dunlop          } Parkin, W., hotel-keeper, Dunlop
Morton, Miss M., millinery and       } Partridge, Chas. E., (John
  fancy goods, Dunlop                }   Partridge & Son), Owen
Murchison, D. J., general merchant   } Partridge, John & Son,
  Market                             }   livery, Owen.  (See adv)
Nallie, John, night watchman, sta-   } Pass, Walter M., grain, flour
  tion                               }   and feed, Collier
Neill, Robert, manufacturer          } Peacock, George, dry goods
  and dealer in boots and shoes,     }   and groceries, Dunlop. (See adv)
  Dunlop                             } Pearcy, Thos. (Capon & Pearcy)
Neill, Robert, jun., salesman        } Penny, Robert, mason, Mary
Newton, John V., salesman, Dun-      } Penstone, Frank, carpenter, Louisa
  lop                                } Perkins, C. A., & Brother, groceries,
Nicholson, Byron, editor and         }   Dunlop
  proprietor Examiner                } Perkins, J. L. (C.A. Perkins & Bro.)
Nolan, Henry, tailor, Collier        } Pinney, Robert, bricklayer, Mary
Northern Advance, D. Crewe,          } Plaxton, John, stoves and tinware,
  editor and prop., Dunlop           }   Dunlop
  (See adv.)                         } Powell & Co., grocers, Bayfield
Northern Gazette, N. King,           } Powell, R., salesman
  editor and proprietor,             } Prior, Samuel, moulder
  Dunlop.  (See adv)                 } Pullan, J., gunsmith, tinsmith,
Norman, John P., (Varley &           }   Elizabeth.  (See adv)
  Norman)                            } Queen's Hotel, Dunlop
O'Connor, Rev. R. P., Roman          } Rankin, Abraham, carpenter and
  Catholic, Mulcaster                }   builder, Bayfield
O'Hara, John, carpenter, John        } Rawson, Thos. E., hardware,
Oddfellows' Hall, Dunlop             }   tinware, stoves, etc., (See adv)
Oliver, L., M.D., Dunlop             } Raymond, Amos, saddler, Bayfield
Orr, Robert, mason, John             } Registry Co. Simcoe, Geo.
Osborne, Mrs., boarding-house,       }   Lount, Registrar, cor Worsley
  Elizabeth                          }   and Mulcaster
Osborne, Miss J., dressmaker, Dun-   } Reynolds, James, cellarman Ander-
  lop                                }   ton's Brewery
Richardson, Alexander, foreman       } Savigny & Cote, carriage and
  Northern Gazette                   }   wagon makers and blacksmiths,
Ritchie, Gavin, millwright           }   Collier
Ritchie & Son, millwrights, Brad-    } Scott, Sames A., clerk, Dunlop
  ford                               } Scott, John, machinist
Robbins, Lewis, foreman woollen      } Scott, J. H., wood dealer
  factory, Dunlop                    } Scott, Walter, book-keeper, Dunlop
Robertson, Wm., blacksmith,          } Seatree, George, Dunlop
  Bayfield                           } Seels, John, Charlotte
Robinson, Charles, stave factor,     } Sewrey, Henry, prop. Barrie
  Elizabeth                          }   Foundry.  (See adv)
Robinson, C. H., accountant, Dun-    } Sewrey, S., shingle factory, Bayfield
  lop                                } Shanacy, M., prop. Simcoe Hotel,
Robinson, George A., salesman        }   Dunlop
  Dr. Wells                          } Shepherd, John, grocer, Elizabeth
Robinson, Mrs., milliner, Elizabeth  } Sheran, John, saddler, cor. Owen
Rogers, Francis, bailiff             }   and Collier
Rogers, Joseph, official assignee,   } Sheridan, Bernard, dry goods and
  auctioneer, ins. agent,            }   groceries, Dunlop
  etc., Market sq.                   } Simmons, John, painter, Dunlop
Rogers, Richard R., clerk            } Simpson, Richard, (John McClure &
  Bank of Commerce, Toronto          }   Co.,) Dunlop
Rogers, Wm., tinsmith, John          } Simpson, Robert, prop. Simcoe
Rolston, Wm. H., bricklayer          }   steam brewery, Mary
  and builder, McDonald.  (See       } Simpson, Thos. W., clerk,
  adv)                               }   Simcoe steam brewery, Mary
Rorke, E. & W., cabinet makers &     } Simpson, Wm., laborer, Simcoe
  undertakers, Elizabeth.  (See      }   brewery
  adv)                               } Sizer, Ira, grocer, Bayfield
Ross, C. A., general merchant,       } Smith, Benjamin W., sheriff
  Dunlop                             } Smith, Charles E., sheriff's officer
Ross, David, engine driver, tannery  } Smith, George G., carpenter, Worsley
Ross, Mrs. E., Elizabeth             } Smith, H. A., salesman, Dunlop
Royal Insurance Co., James Edwards,  } Somers, George, carriage maker,
  agent, Dunlop                      }   Collier
Ryan, James, carpenter, John         } Somersett, Robt., carriage builder,
Salter, William, prop.               } Spencer, M. H., groceries, liquors,
  livery stables, Bayfield (See adv) }    etc., Elizabeth
Sanders Leander, S. & C. L.          } Spotton, H. B., M.A., principal
  watches, clocks, jewellery, &c.,   }    high school, Blake
  Dunlop                             } Stephens, John, blacksmith
Sanders, Wm., land surveyor          } Stephens, Wm., shoemaker, Dunlop
Sanford, Sidney, M., excise-         } Stewart & Lally (H. D.; F. W),
  man, court house                   }    attorney, etc., Owen
Strathy, Henry H. (Ardagh,           } Tooze, Samuel, cooper, bds Wel-
  Ardagh & Strathy), Blake           }    lington Hotel
Strathy, John A., teller Bank        } Trevelyan, Arthur, painter, Collier
  of Toronto                         } Trunkfield, George, engineer, Simcoe
Strong, John (Loan & Strong)         }    Brewery
Sullivan, G. R., steam pump          } Tuck, James, teamster, Simcoe
  factory, Bayfield                  }    Brewery
Sullivan, J. T., shoemaker, Bayfield } Turner, John, tailor, Collier
Summersett, James, shoemaker,        } Urquhart, D., shoemaker, Collier
  Collier                            } Van Tassel & Morgan, (I. W.; T. M.)
Summersett, Thos., prop. Welling-    }    dealers in painos, melodeons,
  ton Hotel, cor. Elizabeth and      }    organs, &c., agents agricultural
  Bayfield                           }    implements, Dunlop.
Supple, A., dry goods, Mulcaster     }    (See adv)
Sutcliffe, Wm., tailor, Elizabeth    } Vallett, Wm., carpenter
Sutherland, Alex. M., lumber mer-    } Varley & Norman, (Samuel; John P.,)
  chant                              }    grocers, Market.   (See
Sutherland, D. G., veterinary        }    adv)
  surgeon, Dunlop.  (See adv)        } Walker, James, carpenter and
Sutton, Hamilton, shoemaker, Col-    }    builder, Macdonald. (See adv)
  lier                               } Walton, Wallace, teamster, Ander-
Sweeney, John, boots and shoes,      }    ton Bros.
  Dunlop                             } Warner, L. R., saddle and harness
Tait, Robt., carpenter, Ellen        }    maker, cor. Bayfield and
Tambling, Thos., maltster, Mary      }    Dunlop  (See adv)
Tegart, James, saddler, Dunlop       } Ward, Mrs., boarding, Dunlop
Temperance Hall, McConkey's Block,   } Wastling, Wm., (Ford & Wast-
  Dunlop                             }    ling
Templeman, John, assistant roadmaster} Waters, A. G., prop. Queen's Hotel
Thompson, Charles, carpenter, Mc-    } Watson & Co., druggists, Dunlop
  Donald                             } Weamouth, John, manuf. soda
Thompson, David, gunsmith, Eliza-    }    water, Dunlop
  beth                               } Weeks, Joseph, (Burr & Weeks)
Thompson, Henry, saddler, Dunlop     } Weeks, Norman, carpenter and
Thompson, James, groceries, pro-     }    builder, Collier
  visions, grain, etc., Owen         } Weeks, F., carpenter, Bradford
Thompson, John, sewing machine       } Wellington Hotel, Thos. Summer-
  agent, Dunlop                      }    sett prop., cor. Elizabeth and
Thompson, Stephen, asst. freight     }    Bayfield
  department, station                } Wells, Albert, Dunlop
Thompson, W., painter, Dunlop        } Wells Bros., druggists, Dunlop
Thompson, Wm., teamster, Collier     } Wells, S. M., M.D., Dunlop
Thompson, Wm., carpenter, Collier    } West, V. T., salesman, Dunlop
Thornton, David, porter, Dunlop      } Whitebread, John, bookkeeper,
Todd, Wm., carpenter, McDonald       }    Charlotte
Tolen, George, clerk Watson & Co.    } Whitebread, R., wagonmaker, Collier
Whitebread, Wm., carriage            } Wilson, Mrs., dressmaker, Mary
  maker, Collier                     } Winter, D. D., clerk
Whiten, John, fireman, Durham's      } Winters, Henry, freight master,
  mill                               }    station
Wilkinson, James, prop.              } Wittle, Andrew, foreman machinist
  Barrie steam flouring mills. (See  }    Barrie Foundry
  adv)                               } Wismer, Austin, prop. Woodbine
Willers, John, saddler, Dunlop       }    Saloon
Williams, E. E., acct. bank com-     } Woods, John, chemist and
  merce                              }    druggist, Dunlop. (See adv)
Williams, I. VE., cooper, Collier    } Wright, O. F., lumber merchant,
  (See adv)                          }    Mary
Wilson, Andrew, lumber merchant,     } Wright, Samuel, baker, Elizabeth
  Collier                            } Young, John, general jobber, Al-
Wilson, John, cattle dealer, Eliza-  }    lendale
  beth                               } Zufeldt, J., planer, Charles
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J. HENDERSON,
IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IN
SHELF & HEAVY HARDWARE,
BAR IRON & STEEL,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, CORDAGE,
MILL FURNISHINGS, &c. &c.
BARRIE AND COLLINGWOOD
DUNLOP STREET HURON STREET

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JAMES WALKER,
Carpenter and Builder, Sash, Door and Blind Manufacturer,
McDONALD STREET, BARRIE
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BARRIE MARBLE WORKS
Collier Street, West Market Square,
BARRIE, ONT.,
Ford & Wastling, Proprietors.
MANUFACTURERS OF
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A call is respectfully requested before purchasing elsewhere.

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DEALERS IN
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DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE

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WM. SALTER, PROPRIETOR
Horses and Vehicles at all hours - Liberal inducements to
Commercial Travellers
Conveyances to and from Penetanguishene
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G. PEACOCK
BARRIE TEA STORE
DEALER IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c., &c.
First House East of the Queen's Hotel
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ROBERT NELSON
DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE
Importer and dealer in
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES
Merchant Tailoring in all its branches, Gent's Furnishing
Goods, and the latest and best qualities of ladies'
Dry Goods, Silks, Satins, etc.
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BARRIE STEAM WOOLLEN MILLS
Dunlop Street, East
Graham & Lount, Proprietors
Carding, Spinning, Weaving, Cloth Dressing, Dyeing &c., &c.
Cloths, Blankets, Flannels, &c., manufactured to order
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VARLEY & NORMAN
(Successors to G. Maundrell)
MARKET STREET, BARRIE
TEA MERCHANTS AND PROVISION DEALERS
Noted house for Teas, Smoked Hams, Breakfast Bacon, Pork
and Bologna Sausages

Goods delivered daily
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Merchant Tailor and Clothier
GENTS GENERAL OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT
ALL MATERIALS OF THE BEST QUALITY
OLD STAND
New Brick Block, Dunlop St., Railroad-Sq.
BARRIE
_____________________________________________

P. FARLEY

MERCHANT TAILOR & GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTER
(OPPOSITE THE BARRIE HOTEL)

DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE
_____________________________________________

BARRIE STEAM FLOURING AND GRIST MILLS
JAMES WILKINSON, Proprietor
JOHN STREET, ----- BARRIE
GRAIN AND FEED OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT AND SOLD
_____________________________________________

GREAT EASTERN STORE
HICKEY BROTHERS
Wholesale and Retail Merchants, and Importers of Teas, Coffees,
Wines, Liquors, &c.
Country merchants and hotel-keepers supplied on most favourable terms
BOYS' BLOCK, CORNER DUNLOP & MARKET STREETS
BARRIE
_____________________________________________

E. & W. RORKE
DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE
CABINET MAKERS
UPHOLSTERERS
AND UNDERTAKERS
BEST CLASS FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS AT MODERATE PRICES
Funerals Furnished at the shortest notice
_____________________________________________

E. GRAVER
IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IN
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE
Axes (Broad and Narrow), Bar Iron and Steel, Stoves,
Scales, Belting, Oils, Paints, Colors, Coal, Oil,
and Machine Oils
DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE
_____________________________________________

BARRIE STEAM CABINET FACTORY
David Dougal, Proprietor
OPPOSITE THE REGISTRY OFFICE, BARRIE
All kinds of furniture made of the best material, and by first class
workmen.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
_____________________________________________

SIMCOE STEAM BREWERY
ROBERT SIMPSON
CHAMPAGNE, ALE, AND PORTER BREWER
MARY STREET, BARRIE
____________

The Proprietor having greatly enlarged his Establishment, and adopted
every improvement known in the art of brewing, will
have constantly on hand a fine assortment of

SUPERIOR ALES

Brewed on the most approved English System
_____________

Simpson's celebrated Champagne Ale (originated by himself), has
been frequently analyzed, and the best proof of its superior excellence is
found in the fact that several physicians through the province recommend
it as a wholesome beverage for invalids, and its popularity among our
numerouse patrons is daily increasing.

Warranted pure, and unsurpassed by any other Ale in the market.

ORDERS FROM A DISTANCE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
__________________________

ALE, PORTER AND CIDER IN WOOD AND BOTTLES
____________________________________________

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_________________________________________

BURR & WEEKS

House, Sign, Carriage, Plain, Frescoe and

DECORATIVE PAINTERS

PAPER HANGERS, ETC.

MARKET SQUARE, BARRIE

Country Orders Promptly Attended to
_________________________________________

JOHN LEE
dealer in
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
Chamber and Parlor Sets, Upholstery, Mirrors, Pictures and Picture Frames, and, in fact, everything pertaining to a first-class Furniture Store.
A call from intending Purchasers respectfully solicited
BAYFIELD ST., BARRIE, ONT.
THE LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH
_________________________________________

E. B. CROMPTON & CO.,

BARRIE

Importers of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Clothing and Millinery

DUNLOP STREET

OPPOSITE THE RAILWAY STATION
_________________________________________

W. H. ROLSTON

BRICKLAYER

BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR

RESIDENCE

MACDONALD STREET, BARRIE
_________________________________________

J. & D. FARQUHARSON

DEALERS IN

Groceries and Provisions, Wines and Liquors, China, Crockery and
Glassware, Coal Oil, Lamps, &C., (wholesale and retail)

A call is respectively solicited

Centre Brick Block south side Dunlop St.,

BARRIE
_________________________________________

LIVERY STABLES

OPPOSITE RAILROAD STATION, BARRIE
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

HORSES & BUGGIES FOR HIRE

Conveyances to Orillia & Penetanguishene

                                        W.H. CROSBY
SUNDAY BUSINESS DISCONTINUED
_________________________________________

WILLIAM HUNTER

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN

GROCERIES, WINES, BRANDIES, GIN

RUM, ALES AND PORTER

CELEBRATED WINDSOR WHISKEY

ALWAYS ON HAND

Also on hand, a choice lot of Syrups and Bitters

CANTON STORE, BARRIE, ONT.
_________________________________________

WM. EDMANSON & SON

Wholesale and Retail Bread and Biscuit Bakers, Pastry Cooks, Confectioners,
&C., &C.,

BARRIE, ONTARIO
_________________________________________

T. E. RAWSON
Tinsmith and Iron Plate Worker, Dealer in Stoves and
General Hardware, Coal Oil and Lamps

DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE
_________________________________________

THE

NORTHERN PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT,

BLANK FORM DEPOT.

AND OFFICE OF THE

"NORTHERN ADVANCE,"

Dunlop Street, foot of Market Street, Barrie
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
D. CREW is prepared to execute

PRINTING, BOOKBINDING, ETC.,

IN A SUPERIOR MANNER
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

   The "NORTHERN ADVANCE" is published weekly, in the town of Barrie,
   every Wednesday morning, containing the current news of the day, 
   and all matters pertaining to the affairs of the County. Price $1 
   in advance, or $2 if not paid at the time of subscriptions.
                                             D. CREW, Publisher.

__________________________________________

THE

"NORTHERN GAZETTE,"

(BARRIE, ONTARIO)

N. KING, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR,

IS PUBLISHED

EVERY WEDNESDAY
__________________________________________

BINGHAM BROTHERS

BUTCHERS & POULTERERS

No. 2 STALL, MARKET, BARRIE

POULTRY, GAME, FRESH AND SALT MEATS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
__________________________________________

D. G. SUTHERLAND

VETERINARY SURGEON

Graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College. All despatches, either by mail, telegraph or otherwise, will be punctually attended to. Office, Dunlop Street, one door east of Farragher's Hotel.
__________________________________________

A. MACNAB

Merchant Tailor and Clothier

AND DEALER IN

GENTS' FURNISHINGS GOODS

CORNER ELIZABETH AND JOHN STREETS, BARRIE
__________________________________________

MAURICE GAVILLER

CIVIL ENGINEER

Provincial Land Surveyor

AND

DRAUGHTSMAN

DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE
__________________________________________

FIELD BROTHERS

DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE

DEALERS IN

PLOUGHS, HARROWS, FANNING MILLS, CORN CRUSHERS WEIGH SCALES

And all kinds of Agricultural Implements, including

THRESHING REAPING, MOWING, STUMP, SOWING, DITCHING AND OTHER

MACHINES, SHINGLE AND LATH MACHINERY, &C.

ALSO AGENTS FOR

SEWING MACHINES & FRUIT & ORNAMENTAL TREES
__________________________________________

GEORGE BALL

Builder and Contractor, Planing, Sash, Door and Blind Factor,

BARRIE
__________________________________________

D. KING

DEALER IN

Choice Teas, general Groceries, Crockery and Glassware, Flour and Feed, Wines, Liquors, &c.

CASH PAID FOR FARM PRODUCTS

Corner Elizabeth and Mary Streets; Barrie
__________________________________________

McCARTHY & MCCARTHY

BARRISTERS, ATTORNEYS & SOLICITORS

DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE

D'Alton McCarthy, Senr., ---------- D'Alton McCarthy, Junr.
__________________________________________

CLARKSON HOUSE
Joshua Clarkson, ------------ Proprietor

DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE

Travellers and Commercial Agents will find this House most
comfortable and convenient

TERMS MODERATE
__________________________________________

HARNESS
AND TRUNK MANUFACTORY
LEVI R. WARNER
MANUFACTURER OF
Single and Double Harness of all kinds, Saddles, Bridles,
Whips, Blankets, Robes, Collars, Trunks, &c.

Reparing neatly, cheaply and promptly attended to
__________________________________________

Barrie General Cooperage

OPPOSITE THE MARKET

ISAAC VE WILLIAMS


__________________________________________

JOHN WOODS

CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN

Drugs, chemicals, dye stuffs, perfumery, patent medicines, &c.

DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE
__________________________________________

LOUNT & LOUNT

Barristers and Attorneys at Law, Solicitors in Chancery

Notaries Public, Conveyancers, &c.,

DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE

              W. LOUNT                     C. W. LOUNT
__________________________________________

BARRIE STEAM GUN
AND TIN MANUFACTORY
DUNLOP STREET
J. PULLAN
(Late foreman W.P. Marston, Toronto)

Gunsmith, Steamfitters, general jobber and machinist, dealer in Ammunition of all kinds. Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Coal Oil, Lamps, &c., always in stock.

ALSO AGENT FOR SEWING MACHINES
__________________________________________

J. W. HASTINGS

WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER

JEWELLER, &C.

OPPOSITE

THE RAILROAD STATION

DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE

ALL WORK WARRANTED
__________________________________________

SHEARMAN G. BIRD

ARCHITECT, CIVIL ENGINEER, AND DRAUGHTSMAN

BARRIE
__________________________________________

O. H. BOSANKO, L.D.S.

Visits Orillia and Collingwood monthly for dates of which see County papers

RESIDENCE, BARRIE
__________________________________________

NEW

LIVERY STABLE

No. 8 OWEN STREET, BARRIE, ONT.

F. PARTRIDGE & SON, Proprietors.

HORSES AND VEHICLES ALWAYS READY

CHARGES MODERATE
__________________________________________

BELFAST HOUSE
M'CLURE & CO.
DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Wines, Liquors.
The Motto is, CHEAP FOR CASH.
THE TRADE SUPPLIED AT TORONTO WHOLESALE PRICES.
Under McCarthy & McCarthy's Law Office, Dunlop St., Barrie

         JOHN McCLURE                        RICHARD SIMPSON
__________________________________________

Victoria Stove and Plough Depot,

SIGN OF THE GOLDEN COFFEE POT,

BAYFIELD STREET, BARRIE.
GEORGE C. BUCK, PROPRIETOR,

Manufacturer and Dealer in Stoves, Ploughs, Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, &c., &c.
__________________________________________

ARDAGH, ARDAGH & STRATHY,

BARRISTERS AND ATTORNEYS, NOTARIES PUBLIC, CONVEYANCERS &C.

BARRIE, ONT.

       W. D. ARDAGH,                          JOHN ARDAGH,
                 
                       HENRY H. STRATHY.

__________________________________________

JOHN COULTER,

Importer and dealer in all kinds of

PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES,

FANCY GOODS, CHILDREN'S TOYS, WALL POCKETS AND BRACKETS
TOWEL RACKS, &C., DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE.

AGENT FOR THE GARDNER SEWING MACHINE
__________________________________________

J. EDWARDS & SON,

BOOKS, STATIONERY, WALLPAPER, PIANOS, MELODEONS, ORGANS

VIOLINS, CONCERTINAS, Etc.,

DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE
__________________________________________

EDWARD BYRNE,

BUILDER AND UNDERTAKER,

Contractor, etc.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

An excellent Hearse and other requisites
for Funerals furnished on the shortest
notice and reasonable terms.

Cor. Owen and McDonald Streets, Barrie.
__________________________________________

BELL EWART - A village in the Township of Innisfil, situated on
  Lake Simcoe, and a station of the Northern Railway, 12 miles from
  Barrie and 54 from Toronto. The village was laid out in 1855. The
  steamer "Emily May" connects here with the Northern Railway,
  running to Orillia and meeting with steamers for the Muskoka territory
  daily. Ferry to Roach's Point several times daily. Beecher & Silliman's
  saw-mill, located here, is one of the most extensive in the Province,
  having a manufacturing capacity of about fifteen millions feet
  per annum, and employing ninety men, besides about five hundred
  lumberers in the woodlands. The village contains Roman Catholic,
  Baptist and Methodist churches.  Population about 600.

Bear, Jonathan, gunsmith          } Lamb, Robert, carpenter
Beecher & Silliman, prop. saw-    } Law, Edw. M., clerk P. E.
  mills                           }   Drake
Belfry, H., telegraph operator    } McMahon, C. S., teacher
Bostwick, J. B., carpenter        } Martin, Wm., shoemaker
Boyle, A. R., M.D.                } Meadows, John, baker
Canning, Smith, carpenter         } Miscampbell, Andrew, bookkeeper
Dechane, Louis, butcher           } Moe, H., captain "Emily May"
Dickinson, Wm., foreman saw-      } Reid, J. B., general merchant.
  mill                            }   (See adv)
Dickson, T. A., shoemaker         } Spragge, James, master ferry
Drake, P. E., P.M., merchant,     } Taylor, G. W., station agent NRC
  agent Mont. Tel. Co.            } Wardell, Wm., engineer
Graham, Archibald, lumber shipper } Ware, Robt., hotel-keeper
Hager, Samuel, shingle factor     } Webster, S. C., general mer-
Hanmer, E. V., hotel-keeper       }   chant
Henderson, Wm., blacksmith        } Wheeler, Russell, baker
Harvey, John, carpenter           } Whiffin, E. U., supt. Beecher
Jebb, Washburne, engineer         }   & Silliman
Kerr, Archibald, eng. "Emily May" } Wilson, Alfred, J.P., farmer
__________________________________________

EMPORIUM!
~~~~
J. B. REID

Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Wines and Foreign Spirits,

HARDWARE, CROCKERY, ETC.,

BELL EWART, ONT.
__________________________________________

BONDHEAD - A village on the town line between Tecumseth and
  West Gwillimbury, 22 miles from Barrie, 6 from Bradford, and
  42 from Toronto. The surrounding country is unsurpassed in the
  Province for its fertility. The village was first settled in
  1830, and the Post Office was established in 1838. There are
  Episcopal, Presbyterian and Methodist Churches in the village.
  Population about 400.

Batters, R., farmer               } Lytle, John, blacksmith
Brazill, Mrs. W., prop. Bra-      } McCarthy, W.
  zill House                      } McClusky, Patrick, labourer
Brazill, Frank, and Joseph B.,    } McCracken, Hugh, blacksmith
  managers Brazill House          } McGeary, James, wagon maker
Carswell, J., farmer              } McNaughton, George, tailor
Carswell, T., farmer              } Mann, R. S., agent
Carter, A. H., general mer-       } Manning, Samuel, hotel keeper
  chant                           } Millard, T., mail carrier
Carter, Henry, chemist and        } Nelson, Wm. & Thomas, founders
  druggist                        }   and machinists, carriage makers
Carter, W., farmer                } Ogilvy, Wm., tailor
Coleman, Rev. F., Wesleyan        } Paul, W.
Culbert, J., butcher              } Phillips, Wm., farmer
Cummings, Miss L. E., teacher     } Richardson, Austin, car-
Davidson, Rev. John, Church       }   riage, and wagon maker. (See
  of England                      }   adv)
Devlin, John, saddle and          } Robinson, George, shoemaker
  harness maker. (See adv)        } Rose, A. B., M.D. (See card)
Doan, Ira, farmer                 } Rose, Ezekiel, A. B., M.D.
Doan, Misses, dressmakers         } Rose, S., farmer
Fenton, Walter R., agent          } Rose, W., farmer
  and builder                     } Shields, R., plasterer
Fraser, Rev. Wm., Presby-         } St. Clair, James and William,
  terian                          }   merchants
Gaviller, Alex, J. F., farmer     } Smith, J., farmer
Gilkison, W., carpenter           } Sprole, R. & Son, millers
Gourlay, J., weaver               } Stevenson, Richard, harness maker
Gumberson, R., farmer             } Sutton, John, painter
Harner, D.                        } Sutton, John, painter
Harrington, T., plasterer         } Symes, Mrs. J., music teacher
Jamison, W. R., boot and shoe     } Vaughan, James, carriage maker
  maker                           } Wallace, W., hotel keeper
Kline, Anthony, agricultural      } Watson, Mrs. George
  implements                      } Watson, Moses, blacksmith
Law, W. C., M.D.                  } West, Alfred, M.D.  (See
Lount, Hiram, P.M., agent         }   card)
  Can. Per. Bldg. and Savings     } Wilson, John, veterinary surgeon
  Society                         } Wilson, J., shoemaker
Lount & Johnston, gen merchants   } Willoughby, Henry, farmer
_________________________________________

BRAZILL HOUSE
MRS. M. BRAZILL - - - - - - Proprietress,
BONDHEAD, ONT.
First class accommodation for guests; sample rooms for Commercial
Travellers; best Brands, Liquors and Cigars.
EXCELLENT STABLING AND ATTENTIVE HOSTLERS

          Frank B. Brazill,              Joseph B. Brazill,
                             MANAGERS

_________________________________________

A. B. ROSE, M.D.,

PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND ACCOUCHEUR,

BONDHEAD, ONT.

The treatment adopted by Dr. Rose has been eminently successful in Diseases of the Heart and Lungs, and in Rheumatic affections.

Patients from a distance received at the Doctor's residence, where every accommodation is afforded.

HOT AND COLD BATHS

References given if required
_________________________________________

AUSTEN RICHARDSON,

BOND HEAD, COUNTY OF SIMCOE, ONTARIO,

MANUFACTURER OF

Carriages, Waggons, Sleighs, Cutters, &c.

All work of the best material and warranted. Repairs neatly executed. Orders promptly attended to.
_________________________________________

ALFRED A. WEST, M.D.,

PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND ACCOUCHEUR

BONDHEAD, ONT.
_________________________________________

JOHN DEVLIN,
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER
BONDHEAD.

All work of the best materials. Repairs neatly and promptly executed
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

BLACK BANK - A Post Office in the township of Mulmur, 30 miles
  from Barrie.
                       NEWELL, JOHN, P.M.
                       _________________

BRACEBRIDGE - A thriving village on the Muskoka River, in the
  township of Macaulay, Muskoka District, county of Victoria, in the
  immediate vicinity of the Free Grant Territory. The first settlement
  of the village dates only a few years ago, but the evidence of its
  prosperity and rapid growth are every where conspicuous. The water-
  power is first-class, and is utilized by grist, saw, planing, and
  woollen and carding mills. Other manufacturing establishments are also
  contemplated. The Northern Advocate and Free Grant Gazette, ably con-
  ducted journals, are published here. There are English, Presbyterian
  and Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist Churches in the village.

The scenery in the neighbourhood of Bracebridge is remarkable for its
  romantic beauty, hill, dale, lake, river, cataract, forest and farm are
  blended in picturesque variety, and tourists from all parts of the
  continent are recognizing the claims of the Muskoka Territory as a favor-
  ite resort for its healthiness, beauty and excellent sporting facilities.

Bracebridge connects with Gravehurst by steamers and Stages to Washago,
  thence by boat to Orillia and the Northern Railway. Also with the
  Midland Railway at Beaverton, and with stages at Rosseau for Parry Sound
  and the Nipissing and Maganatawan Territories.

Distant from Gravenhurst 16 miles; Port Carling, 20; Rosseau, 33;
  and the head of Lake Joseph 42 miles.

Adam, John, carpenter             } Holditch & Gibbs, brick manufrs
Astley, R., painter               } Kennedy, Wm., shoemaker
Auger, Thos., saw mills           } Kent, D., North American Hotel
Ball, Rev. Thos., ch. of England  } Long, James, butcher
Barron, Rev. John, Presbyterian   } Lount, C. W., magistrate
Bird, H. J., woollen factory      } Lount, J. E., clerk division court
Bridgland, S., M.D., druggist,    } Lowe, Charles, butcher
  agent, Mon. Tel. Co.            } McFarlane, H., butcher
Boyer, James, township clerk      } McMurray, Thomas, editor
Bowerman, Thos., painter          }   and prop. "Northern Advocate,"
Brimstin Bros., merchants         }   insurance and general agent,
Brown, James, wagon maker         }   merchant, &c.
Brown, Wm.,                       } Malpas Bros., general merchants
Browning, G.B., solicitor, ag't   } Mortimer, Charles, "Free Grant
  Can. Per. Bldg. and Savings'    }   Gazette"
  Society                         } Myers, Thomas, general merchant
Burden, W. F., British Lion Hotel } "Northern Advocate,"
Byers, J. N., M.D.                }   Thos. McMurray, editorial prop.
Cheney, Frank, grocer             } Perry, R. E., P.M., merchant
Clerihue, James, general merchant }   miller
Clement, Jas., Dominion Hotel     } Robinson, Samuel, Royal Hotel
Clifford, R. W., Queen's Hotel    } Ross, W. M.
Collinson, Thomas, black-         } Sibbald, Wm., painter
  smith                           } Slater, John, tailor
Cook, George, baker               } Spiers, J. H., painter
Cooper & Morton, sawmills         } Stephenson, E. F., editor and
Daniels, Richard, stoves and      }   prop. "Free Grant Gazette"
  tinware                         } Story, Charles, builder
Dill, J. W., general merchant     } Symington, Thos., builder
Farr, C. C.                       } Tait, John
Fawcett, Rev. Primitive Methodist } Teviotdale & Hunt, general
Fre Grant Gazette, E. F.          }   merchants
  Stephenson, editor and prop.    } Tomlin, John, H., painter
Hanna, Wm., book keeper           } Webster, Rev. John, Wesleyan
Harper, Wm., carpenter            } Wilson, Gillman, sawmill
__________________________________________

TEVIOTDALE & HUNT

GENERAL MERCHANTS

BRACEBRIDGE, ONT.
__________________________________________

BRADFORD - An incorporated village and station of the Northern
  Railway, in the Township of West Gwillimbury. The west branch 
  of the Holland River runs through the village. This place was 
  almost entirely destroyed by fire on the 23rd May, 1871- upwards                                          
  of one hundred houses, including all the business part of the 
  village, except two hotels, being consumed. The burnt district                                                                                                                                                                                               
  is, however, already rebuilt principally of brick.

    Bradford was first settled about the year 1829. Thomas Driffill,
  Robert Armstrong, James Campbell, Wm. Milloy and --- Sherwood were 
  the earliest settlers. The post-office was established in 1835. J.
  Peacock, first postmaster.  Population 2,000.

    The following are the chief manufacturing establishments:

    ABBOTT Bros., steam tannery: 10 horse-power; staple leather
  capacity fifty hides a day.

    BRADFORD TANNERY - Ed. W. Bingham -capacity thirty hides a day.

    T. SMITH & SON, saw-mills; 250 horse-power; 150 men; capacity
  150,000 feet per day.
    
    BRADFORD FOUNDRY - L. Butterfield, proprietor, - agricultural 
  implements and general founders' work.

    TONTINE FLOUR MILLS - M. B. Cockerline, proprietor - steam, 40
  horse-power; capacity 75 barrels a day.

    BRADFORD MARBLE WORKS - J. & A. Borrowman.

    Fistant from Toronto 41 miles; Barrie 23; Bell Ewart 12; Colling-
  wood 52 miles. Population about 2,000.

    COUNCIL, 1872 - J. McL. Stevenson, Reeve; J. G. Abbott, John
  Boddy, M. B. Cockerline, Mark Scanlon.

Abbott, Egerton, tanner            } Belfry, Wm., carpenter
Abbott, Isaac, prop. tannery       } Bingham, Edward, proprietor
Abbott, J. G.                      }   Bradford Tannery
Algeo, Robert, prop. Masonic       } Bingham, John B., butcher
  Arms                             } Bingham, Robert, prop. Bingham's
Allen, Samuel, salesman            }   hotel
Ambrose, Mrs., music teacher       } Blackwood, Robert, harness maker
Armstrong, Thos., blacksmith       } Boddy, James S., salesman
Barnard, Benj., general merchant,  } Boddy, John, general merchant
  insurance agent                  } Borrowman, J. & A., proprietors
Barry, J. W., morocco manufac-     }   Bradford Marble Works
  turer and tanner.  (See adv)     } Bradford Marble Works
Barry, Richard, foreman J.W. Barry }   --J. & A. Borrowman, proprietors
Belfry, -----, teacher             }   (See adv)
Bradford Tannery -- Edw.           } Finch, Henry, millwright
  Bingham, prop. (See adv)         } Finn, Wm., laborer
Broughton, H. S., editor and       } Evans, Wm., carpenter
  prop. South Simcoe News          } Fisher, J. W., foreman moulder
Butterfield, Lonson,               } Forrest, Wm., M.D.
  founder and machinist            } Garrett, Edmund, compositor News
Butterfield, Myron, machinist      } Gleason, John S., foremna miller
Brunt, John, marble cutter         } Goddard, George, cabinet maker
Cameron, Rev. W.M., Presbyterian   } Goodchild, James, farmer
Campbell, Alex. general merchant   } Good, Bros., general merchants
Campbell, Wm., grain dealer        }   See card
Carradice, Wm., machinist          } Goodfellow, John, farmer
Clement, Lewis, M.D.               } Goodrich, Samuel, potashery
Clinkerbroomer, Joseph, tailor     } Greatrex, Wm., engineer sawmills
Cockerline, M. B., proprietor      } Green, Robert, salesman
  Tontine flour mills              } Griffin, John, W., salesman J.G.
Collins, George, carrier           }   Strong
Collins, George, carter            } Harper, Wm., marble cutter
Cook, Gibson, groceries, pro-      } Hay, Rev., Wesleyan
  visions and grain, agent Edin-   } Haylock, James
  burgh Life, and Vickers' Ex. Cos.} Haylock, Rev. J.J., P. Methodist
Crawford, Beatty, laborer          } Hayton, Thomas, shoemaker
Crowder, Philip, wagon maker       } Heaslip, John, carpenter
Currier, Paul, well digger and pump} Henderson, T. B., cutter, J. G.
  maker                            }   Strong
Deacon, Joseph, druggist           } Herrick, Thomas, merchant
Dewson, Thomas, grain dealer       }   tailor  See adv
Decker, James, moulder             } Hockridge, J. H., carriage and
Dew, Martin, iron finisher         }   wagon maker   See adv
Dissette, John E.                  } Hogan, wm., laborer
Dissette, Miss J., teacher         } Hunt, James, carpenter
Donaldson, Matthew, tanner         } Hunter, James, warehouseman, G.
Dominion Telegraph Co., J. K.      }   Cook
  Stevensen, agent                 } Innis, Wm., hotel keeper
Donaldson, Samuel, cabinet maker   } Jackson, Hial, accountant
Donaldson, W. B.                   } Jenkins, Warren, agent agricultural
Donnell, Elijah, book-keeper, J. G.}   machines
  Strong                           } James, John, laborer
Douglass, Mrs. Ann, P.M.           } Kemp, George, W., clerk
Dowler & Sparling (James and       } Kendall & Thompson (B. F.; Andrew
  Christopher) general merchants   }   stoves and hardware
Driffill, T. & Sons, hardware,     } Kilkenny, Thomas, cabinet maker
  books, etc.                      } Kneeshaw, Thos., farmer
Durham, James, manager saw mill    } Lamont, Colin, tinware
Dyke, Rev. J., Primitive Methodist } Lebonte, Joseph, tanner
Elliott, Charles, shipping clerk   } Long, John, carriage and wagon
Ellis, Wm., sewing machine agent   }   maker
Lundy, Daniel A., foreman sawmill  } Rogers, John, yardsman, tannery
McBrien, Thomas, grocer            } Ruttan, Rev. Charles, Church of
McCaffrey, Patrick, sawyer         }   England
McCallum, James A. R., foreman     } Scanlon, Mark, barrister, &c.
  foundry                          }   See card
McCartney, Robt. B., proprietor    } Savage, John, blacksmith
  Western Hotel                    } Scott & Graham (W. B.; Thos. S.),
McFarlane, George, yardman, tan-   }   saddlers
  nery                             } Smith, Gilbert
McLean, Stephen, shoemaker         } Smith, Henry, grocer, confec-
McLeod, Murdoch, druggist          }   tioner, hairdresser. See adv
Maconchy, Robert, clerk 2nd div-   } South Simcoe New, Thursday.
  ision court                      }   H.S. Broughton, editor and
Magee, Miss E. J., dressmaker      }   proprietor
Manning, H. W., bailiff, issuer    } Spence, John, painter
  marriage licenses                } Spence, Mrs. J., milliner
Martin, Hugh, blacksmith           } Spence, Wm., shoemaker
Masonic Arms Hotel, --             } Stamp, Amos., farmer
  Robt. Algeo, proprietor          } Stephens, Thos., shoemaker
Montgomery, John, shoemaker        } Sterling, George, marble cutter
Montgomery, Thos., shoemaker       } Stevenson, Bros. hardware books
Montreal Telegraph Co. - T. Drif-  }   & fancy goods
  fill & Sons, agents              } Stevenson, John McL. at-                            
Morton, George D., M.D.            }   torney, &c.--agt. Can. Per.
Moseley, Samuel, carrier           }   Bldg. & Savings Society
Munro, Mackay, tailor              } Stevenson, Wm. ins. agent
Murphy, George (J. Murphy & Bro)   } Stewart, Robert, grocer
Murphy, John, & Bro., general      } Strong, James, G. general mer-
  merchants                        }   chant (see adv)
Norton, Michael, gardener          } Strong, Wm. boots & shoes
Nogar, George, cabinet maker       } Stubbings, Wm., shoemaker
Nogar, John, foreman sawyer        } Taylor, W. H., M.D.
Ormsby, Andrew, shoemaker          } Trott, Miss Emma, teacher
Overton, James, photographer       } Wainwright, John, book-keeper
Owen, James, pattern maker         } Walkem, W. H., cutter
Peerdon, Thos, blacksmith          } Walker, Robt., undertaker
Porter, W. H., L.D.S., surgeon     } Walker, W. J., cabinet maker
  dentist                          } White, George, shoemaker
Rosamond, J., hotel-keeper         } Wilcock, James, watches, etc.
Roasmond, J., laborer              } Wilson, J. W. H., attorney-at-law,
Rodway, Henry, engineer            }   etc.

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W. H. PORTER. L.D.S.
SURGEON DENTIST
BRADFORD, ONT.
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BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
~~~~~~~~~~~~

The Proprietor of the

SOUTH SIMCOE NEWS

Is prepared to do all kinds of

PLAIN AND FANCY JOB PRINTING
as cheap and neat as any other office in the county
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All Kinds of Bill Heads, Cards, Checks, Posters, &c., done with Neatness, Cheapness and Dispatch
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

  The "NEWS" is published every Thursday morning, in Bradford - Holland
Street-- at the rate of ONE DOLLAR per annum in advance, or one dollar
and fifty cents if not so paid. As an advertising medium, the "NEWS" is
not surpassed by any other paper in the County

                              H. S. BROUGHTON, Publisher and Proprietor
__________________________________________

JAMES. G. STRONG
dealer in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery, Groceries,
CROCKERY ETC.
_______

Clothing, Millinery, Mantles and Dresses made to order
_______

"FIRE-PROOF HOUSE"
HOLLAND STREET, BRADFORD
__________________________________________

JOHN H. HOCKRIDGE,

manufacturer of

CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS

All work made of the best material and warranted

Repairs neatly and promptly executed
BRADFORD, ONT.
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BRADFORD MARBLE WORKS

BY

J. & A. BORROWMAN
__________________________________________

MARK SCANLON
Barrister and Attorney-at-law, Solicitor in Chancery
Coveyancer, &c.,
HOLLAND STREET, BRADFORD
__________________________________________

William Forrest, M.D., B.A., M.C.P. & S. Ont.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND ACCOUCHEUR
BRADFORD, ONT.
__________________________________________

H. SMITH
CONGESTIONER &C.
GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE
DEALER IN
Poultry, Game, Oysters, and Fruits of all kinds
Cahe paid for all PRODUCE and FURS. Hairdressing saloon attached,
Cheapside, west end.
HOLLAND STREET, BRADFORD
__________________________________________

EDWARD BINGHAM
TANNER AND CURRIER AND LEATHER DEALER
BRADFORD, ONT.
Highest price paid for Hides and Skins
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GOOD BROS.,
Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Ready-made Clothing and
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
HOLLAND STREET, BRADFORD
__________________________________________

THOS HERRICK
MERCHANT TAILOR
HOLLAND STREET, BRADFORD, ONT.
Gentlemen's garments made to order in the latest style, and at short notice
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BRAMLEY - A small Village and Station on the Northern Railway
  8 miles from Barrie.

Bell, U., general merchant   } Lattimer, Wilson, farmer
Black, James, P.M., farmer   } McConkey, James, farmer
Bradford, John, prop. Bram-  } Marpole, station agent
  ley House                  } Ness, John, merchant
Gordon, Adam, farmer         } Patterson, Wm., farmer
Gordon, John, farmer         } Wright, Mrs.
Gordon, Joseph, farmer       }
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BRAMLEY HOUSE
JOHN BRADFORD --------------------- PROPRIETOR
BRAMLEY STATION

Good accommodation for travellers. Horses and vehicles on
hire. Good stabling.

TERMS MODERATE
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BRENTWOOD - A Village on lots 25 and 26, 2nd con., E. & W. Sun-
  nidale road, in the Township of Sunnidale, 15 miles from Barrie.
  Population about 200.

Auger, Andre, farmer             } McCarthy, Daniel, blacksmith
Auger, Louis, farmer             } McCarthy, Florence
Bailey, George, hotel keeper     } McDonald, John A., farmer
Bond, George, shoemaker          } Maxwell, Henry, hotel keeper
Brown, Thomas, hotel keeper      } Moore, Robertson
Cook, Christopher & Co., sawmill } Middlebrook, Joseph, farmer
  props.                         } Randall, John
Cullen, Patrick, farmer          } Sabin, D. W., storekeeper
Daly, Michael                    } Skelly, D. J., teacher
Davidson, Joseph, sawmill prop   } Switzer, Philip, farmer
Dubois, Louis E., P.M., photo-   } Verey, George, laborer
  grapher, lumber dealer, &c.    } Warner, Charles, storekeeper
Forrest, Henry, farmer           } Warner, George, lumber dealer
Fry, Edward, laborer             } Warner, John, foreman Cook,
Hewett, Wm., farmer              }   Christopher & Co.
Jennings, Abel, farmer           }
Lapresse, Augustin, foreman J.   }
  Davidson                       }

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LOUIS E. DUBOIS
CONTRACTOR
Dealer in round Timber, Pine, Cedar, Hemlock, &c.,
BRENTWOOD
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CAMILLA - A village on Lot 16, 2nd Concession Township of Mono,
  6 miles from Orangeville, 28 from Brampton and 47 from Barrie.
  Population about 100.

Anderson, James, farmer            } Galbraith, Daniel, farmer
Anderson, Charles, farmer          } Howard, James, farmer
Anderson, Thos., wagon maker,      } Irwin, James, farmer
  blacksmith                       } Jackson, Wm., farmer
Buchanan, John, farmer             } Kyles, James, farmer
Currie, Hugh, P.M., store          } Laidlaw, Robert, farmer
  and hotel keeper                 } Montgomery, Andrew, farmer
Decatur, James, K., farmer         } Montgomery, Robert, farmer
Doherty, Jacob, carpenter          } Montgomery, Wm., farmer
Doherty, Joseph, farmer            } McCabe, Patrick, farmer
Eldon, John, farmer                } McKee, Samuel, farmer
Frame, John, weaver                } McNaughton, Daniel, farmer
Frame, Robert, M.D.                } Neil, Alex, farmer
Frame, Robert, farmer              } Overland, John, tailor
Parks, James, farmer               } Simpson, Joseph, farmer
Patterson & Patterson, sawmills    } Still, John, sawmills
Reid, John, farmer                 } Turnbull, Alex, sawmills
Reid, Wm., farmer                  } Turnbull, Thos, farmer

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HUGH CURRIE

General Store and Hotel keeper, issuer Marriage Licenses,

CAMILLA, ONT.
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CHERRY CREEK - A village situate between lots 15 and 16, 2nd
  Concession Township of Innisfil 14 miles from Barrie and 3
  from Lefroy station. The neighbourhood was settled in 1830
  by the Clement, McKay and Main families. There are two churches
  in the village: Kirk of Scotland and Wesleyan. Population, 100.

Averell, James, farmer           } Main, Wm., P.M., issuer
Christie, George, farmer         }   marriage licenses
Clement, David, farmer           } Malcolmson, Wm., shoemaker
Clement, Joseph, farmer          } Maltby, Joseph, teacher
Clement, L. J., farmer           } Matthews, Wm., farmer
Hughes, Nathaniel, cattle dealer } Milliken, Robert, shoemaker
Kell, Wm., farmer                } Miscampbell, farmer
Kirkpatrick, Francis, farmer     } Sawyer, John, farmer
Lynn, Isaac, farmer              } Stewart, J., farmer
Lynn, John, farmer               } Wilson, H. R., carpenter
Main, John, farmer               } Wilson, Lambert, farmer

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WILLIAM MAIN
Issuer of Marriage Licenses
CHERRY CREEK
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CHURCHILL - A Village in the Township of Innisfil, 12 miles from
  Barrie, and 2 from Lefroy Station. First settled in 1859 by Richard
  Boyce, James Coulter, John Jamby and Henry Sloan. Population about
  100.

Boyce, R., farmer               } Main, Richard, carpenter
Coulter, James, carpenter       } Mathers, James, wagon maker
Gregg, John, hotel keeper       } Shultz, August, potter
Hempenstall, Robert, constable  } Sloan, Henry, wagon maker
Lucas, J. S., general merchant  } Sloan, James, blacksmith
Lund, R., M.D.                  } Warner, Louis, carpenter
McDougall Bros., tinsmiths      }

CLOVERHILL -A small village on the town line between Essa and
  Tecumseth, 18 miles from Barrie.

Banting, T. M., P.M., general   } McLean, John, farmer
  merchant                      } McLean, Mrs. Robt., milliner
Campbell, Robert, wagon maker   } Size, Peter, hotel keeper
Dimwoodie, George, farmer       } Stevens, John, blacksmith
Duff, John, farmer
                       ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

COLDWATER - A Village in the Township of Medonte, situate on
  the Coldwater River, about a mile from the Georgian Bay. This
  was formerly an Indian village. Among the ealiest settlers were
  Capt. Borland, Wm. Lovering, John Canning and Jacob Gill. English
  and Methodist churches. Stages daily to Orillia. Steamers to Midland
  City and all points on the Georgian Bay. Distant from Barrie 43
  miles; from Orillia 15; and from Toronto 107 miles. Population
  about 300.

Birkett, Rev. John, Church of       } Gill, J.
  England                           } Gray, John, general merchant
Borland, John, boat builder         } Lovering, Henry, shingle manuf
Borland, Wm., hotel keeper          } Lovering, Thos,     "      "
Bush, George, storekeeper           } Mackie, John, teacher
Caswell, Geo., grist and saw mills  } Meredith, Rev. Wm., Methodist
Caswell, Geo., junr., hotel keeper  } Nettleton, Wm., storekeeper
Caswell, Wm., wagon maker           } Robinson, Wm., blacksmith
Eplet, John, P.M., merchant, ag't   } Rutledge, Wm., N., com. in 
  Mont. Tel. Co.                    }   B.R., issuer marriage, licenses,
Eplet, S., telegraph operator       }   reeve, coroner, farmer, &c.
Findlay, Robt., carpenter           } Wilson, W., township clerk
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

COLLINGWOOD - Situate on the Georgian Bay, is the Northern terminus
  of the Northern Railway. It was founded in 1853, and was incorpor-
  ated as a town in 1858. The harbour is capacious, unsurpassed by 
  any other on the lakes, and is beautifully diversified with islands.
  A large trade is carried on with the Western States, and immense
  quantities of lumber are annually transported by rail. There are
  several manufacturing establishments here, and the local trade is
  rapidly increasing.

    Steamers leave here for Duluth, Fort William, Sault Ste. Marie,
Parry Sound, Byng Inlet, Owen Sound and other parts.

    As an evidence of the prosperity of Collingwood may be noted the
increase of its population from 1,500 in 1866, to 3,500 in 1872.

    Distant from Toronto 95 miles; from Barrie, 33 miles.

    MUNICIPALITY, 1872 - George Moberly, Mayor; John Hogg, Reeve;
Charles Cameron, Deputy-Reeve; Charles Gamon, John Hewitt, James
Henry, John Nettleton, Horation Brain, Hugh McCleland, Hall Telfer,
D. H. McMillan, A. M. Sutherland, Councilmen. J. Lawrence, Clerk;
D. W. Port, Treasurer; James Telfer, S. D. Keddie, Auditors; John
Birnie, Assessor and Collector; James Huff, Poundkeeper;
   NEWSPAPERS - The Collingwood Enterprise, John Hogg, editor. The
Collingwood Bulletin, D. Robson, editor.
   THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE AND READING ROOMS - H. Robertson,
Secretary--contains 800 volumes, and the principal peridicals of the
day. Terms, $1 per annum.
   The following are the chief manufacturing establishments:
   HOTCHKISS & CO. - This firm employs steam to the extent of 150
horse-power and 140 hands, in the manufacture of lumber-- capacity
150,000 feet a day of twenty-four hours. They also manufacture about
40,000 laths and 12,000 shingles, in addition to an extensive planing
work per daily.
   COLLINGWOOD FOUNDRY - Iron and brass work, Port, Gregory & Burley
props. Steam, 25 horse-power. Employs 12 hands.
   W. TOBEY, tanner--Steam, 30 horse-power, 15 hands-- capacity,
15,000 hides per annum.
   PALIN & McMILLAN, tanners  -Steam, 15 horse-power,-- capacity 200
hides per week.
   HIRAM GILLSON - Saw Mills-- 25 horse-power-- capacity 25,000 feet
daily.

Adams, James, laborer, Russell      } Barker, Edw., carpenter
Anderson, Danial, bar-tender, In-   } Barker, H. J., grocer, Hurontario
  ternational                       } Barnhart & Macdonell, manf. flour-
Anderson, John, master mariner      }   grain and produce dealers, St.
Anderson, Matthew, carpenter        }   Paul
Anderson, Wm., tinsmith             } Bartle, P.J., lumber inspector,
Armstrong, John, tailor             }   Hotchkiss & Co.
Aymong, R., conductor N.R.          } Basset, Thomas, carriage maker
Bacon, James, grocer, First         }   and blacksmith, Hurontario.
Baker, Langton, conductor           }   (see adv.)
  N.R.                              } Beilby, James, salesman
Baker, W. J., painter, Hurontario   } Bell, J., engineer, Cumberland
Baker, Wm., Rondeau, photog-        } Bell, W., groceries and provisions
  rapher, cor. Hurontario &         }   Hurontario
  Huron. (see adv.)                 } Bennet, Eli, salesman
Benway, Anthony A., boat-builder,   } Canada Permanent Building &
  Cedar                             }   Savings Society, Henry 
Birnie, John, general agent, Pine   }   Robertson, agent
Bishop, Wm., Raglan                 } Canadian Bank of Commerce, John
Bligh, Capt. Arthur, Napier         } McMaster, manager, Huron
Blount, Miss Jane, dressmaker,      } Carey, Johnston, boots and shoes,
  Hurontario                        }   Hurontario
Blue, James, asst. foreman, Hotch-  } Carpenter, E. R., chemist &
  kiss & Co.                        }   druggist, Hurontario (see adv)
Boland, Michael, Victoria           } Carpenter, Henry, clerk, J. C.
Botsford, Joseph, foreman planning  }   Hughson & Co.
  mills, Hotchkiss & Co.            } Castor, J. A., photographic
Brain, H., brewer                   }   artist, Huron,  (see adv.)
Brooks, John, mason, Market         } Causland, L., foreman, George Buck
Brown, George W., butcher           } Chamberlain, Charles, pork dealer,
Brown, James, tanner                }   Hurontario
Brown, Thomas, grocer and           } Chapman, James, laborer, Rodney
  tobacconist, Huron, (see adv.)    } Chapman, J. W., clerk, N.R.C.
Brown, W. A. & Bros. (W. A;         } Clark, Arthur, fisherman, Napier
  George and Thomas) butchers,      } Clark, W. A., fisherman, Rodney
  Market                            } Cleland, H. M., hardware, manf.
Bryan, Wm., tailor, Simcoe          }   tinware, Hurontario
Bryant, Henry, switchman N.R.       } Coady, Patrick, switchman
Buck, George, stave and shingle     } Coffee, Patrick, laborer, Russel
  factory, Minnesota                } Collingwood Enterprise, Thursday
Bulletin, The, Wednesday - -        }   John Hogg, editor and prop.
  David Robson, prop. (See card)    } Collingwood Foundry, Port, 
Buist, Alexander, Hurontario        }   Gregory & Burley, props.
Burley, Charles, Port, Gregory &    } Collingwood Tannery, Palin &
  & Burley                          }   McMillan, props.
Burns, James H., M.D., Ste.         } Collingwood Photographic Studio,
  Marie                             }   Wm., Rondeau Baker, 
Burnside, Robert, cooper, Raglan    }   cor. Hurontario & Huron
Bute, George, blacksmith, Market    }   (see adv.)
Bygrove, James, carpenter, Sixth    } Collins, Allen, prop. Inter-
Callary, Bernard, dry-goods,        }   national Hotel, Hurontario
  Hurontario                        } Congdon, John, mason, St. Paul
Calking, Wm., Raglan                } Connell, W. C., salesman, Long
Campbell, Peter M., master-Wabuno   }   Bros.
Cameron, Alex., Hurontario          } Cook, Charles, carpenter, Peel
Cameron, Charles, stage and livery  } Cooper, Mark, watchmaker, Huron
  prop., Hurontario                 } Creelman, A. R., student at law
Cameron, D. C., master tug,         } Creelma, J. R., fruiter
  Mary Ann                          } Crone, Wm., tader, Pine
Cunningham, James, station          } Foreman & Son, (John B. and
  agent, N.R.C.                     }   George), bakers, grocers etc.,
Darrach, D., asst. post-office      }   Hurontario. (See adv)
Davis, engieer, Francis Smith       } Foster, Wm., cooper
Davis, J. H., master tug, Watchman  } Foster, D., provisions &c. Huron-
Dawson, C. & W., grocers, fruit-    }   tario
  erers and newsdealers, Huton      } Fyfe, John, stoves and tinware
Dempsey, Peter, fisherman, Napier   }   coppersmith, plumber etc.,
Denbigh, Wm., egineer, W. Tobey     }   Hurontario  (See adv)
Dewan, Michael, laborer, Niagara    } Fyfe, John, junr., tinsmith
Dobbs, Arthur, painter, Hurontario  } Frame, W. J., general merchant,
Doherty, Patrick, brickmaker,       }   Hurontario (See adv)
  Niagara                           } Gamon, Charles, Moberly &
Doherty, Robert, fisherman,         }   Gamon
  Niagara                           } Ganly, Capt. Thomas,
Dominion Telegraph Co., J.,         }   schooner, "Neichee"
  Greaves, agent, Hurontario        } Garland, Thomas, salesman
Dougall, G. B., clerk, N.R.C.       } Garratt, James, shoemaker
Dudgeon, Adam, J.P., com. in        } Gartley, Andrew, shoemaker,
  B.K. clerk, 4th division court,   }   Hurontario
  office, Market-house (See card)   } Gartley, Wm.
Duffy, Charles, mariner, Rodney     } Gibson, Allen, provisions,
Duncan, John, tinsmith              }   Hurontario
Duval, Pleasent, barber, Hurontario } Gilchrist, Frank, general merchant
Earl, J. R., salesman               }   cor Hurontario and Huron see card
Edwards, James, carpenter, Minne-   }  Gillson, Hiram, saw mill prop.
  sota                              } Globe Hotel, John Rowland
Edgcumbe, George H.,                }   prop., Huron
  foreman, Bulletin                 } Grant, Duncan, cooper, Russell
Elliot, Ebenezer, tailor, Sixth     } Grant, Duncan, miller
Emery, Peter, hotel-keeper, Hur-    } Gray, Abram, asst. foreman Hotch-
  ontario                           }   kiss & Co.
English, James, tailor, First       } Greaves, Joseph, chemist &
English, Daniel, tailor, Hurontario }   druggist, agent Dominion Tele-
Evans, W. T., grocer, First         }   graph Co., Hurontario (See adv)
Fagan, James, grocer, First         } Gregory, James, Port, Gregory &
Fair, Thos. W., Melville, Fair      }   Burley
  & Co., Hurontario                 } Harrington, Wm., blacksmith, Min-
Ferguson, John, miller              }   nesota
Ferguson, Peter, carpenter, Simcoe  } Hamilton, Wm., foreman N.R. wharf
Florance, Edw., boots & shoes,      }   freighthouse
  Huron                             } Hamilton, W. A., asst. postmaster
Fluent, John, lumber measurer       } Hamilton, Wm. B., P.M., insurance
Foley, George, printer, Bulletin    }   agent
Foley, Thos., foreman, beamsman,    } Hanly, James, photographer, J. A.
  Colingwood Tannery                }   Castor
Hawman, John H.                     } International Hotel, Allen
Heitmam, H. C., seedsman,           }   Collins, prop., Hurontario
  Hurontario                        }   (See adv)
Head, Thos., tinsmith               } Irving, George, carpenter,
Henderson, George, salesman,        }   Rodney.
  Huron                             } Irving, Matthew, agricultural
Henderson, John, salesman, J.       }   implements, Hurontario.
  Henderson, Huron                  }   (See card)
Henderson, Jonathan,                } Jackson, Sydney, conductor, N.R.
  hardware, Huron                   } James, Josiah H., pump factory,
Henderson, Rev. Luke, Presbyter-    }   Beech.
  ian, Ste. Marie                   } Jamieson, David, driver
Henrick, Patrick, J., freight con-  } Jardine, Joseph, lumber agent,
  ductor N.R.                       }   Second
Henry, James, merchant tailor,      } Jeffrey, Jacob, Wellington
  Hurontario                        } Johnson, William, shoemaker
Henry, Robert, tailor               } Jones, Enos, teamster, Simcoe
Herrick ---, teacher                } Jones, Stephen, billard parlor,
Herrington, Wm., blacksmith N.R.    }   Huron
Hewitt, John, grain and produce     } Jordan & Peterman, (Robert
  dealer, Ste. Marie                }   and Daniel) builders, ?op's,
Hillborn, N. B., (Hotchkiss &       }   sash, door and blind factory.
  Co.)                              }   (See adv)
Hogg, John, editor and prop.        } Kearney, P., engine driver, N.R.
  Collingwood Enterprise            } Kelly, David, hotel keeper, 
Holaday, James, butcher             }   Hurontario
  Market                            } Kirk, Robert, sash and planing
Holland, J. H., clerk               }   factory
Hopkins, John, accountant, Long     } Knight, A. M., student-at-law
  Bros.                             } Kitchen, James F., painter
Horrell, J. B., (R. Hunter & CO.    } Kitchen, Henry A., carpenter
Hotchkiss & Co., lumber             } Lane, Charles, tinsmith
  merchants. (See adv)              } Laronger, George, steward,
Howett, George, tinsmith, Pine      }   Chicora
Howard, Patrick, shoemaker          } Lawrence, G. H., baker, cor.
Hughson, J. C., (J. C. Hugh-        }   Huron and Front. (See adv)
  son & Co.)                        } Lawrence, J. H., Com. in B.R.,
Hughson, J. C. & Co., manuf'rs      }   land agent, town clerk, office,
  & lumber merchants, St. Paul      }   Market Buildings
  (See adv)                         } Leonard, P. C., harness maker
Hull, A. E., lumber inspector,      } Lett, Rev. Stephen, Church of
  (Hotchkiss & Co.)                 }   England, Ontario
Hunter, Robert & Co.,               } Leroy, Eugene, prop. Franklin
  groceries and liquors, Huron-     }   House, Hurontario
  tario (See adv)                   } Leroy, Hugh, salesman
Hurlburt, Rev., missionary, Chris-  } Lewis, B. F., foreman saw-mill,
  tian Islands                      }   Hotchkiss & Co.
Liddell, Wm., prop. Union Hotel,    } McRae, George, saddle and harness-
  Huron                             }   maker, Hurontario
Lindsay, James, merchant,           } McMillan, Jas. L., clerk J. Lindsay
  Hurontario                        } Macdonell, Charles, Ste. Marie
Lindsay, Robt. R., account-         } Macgregor, M., master Algoma
  ant, (J. Lindsay)                 } Magruder, Geo., tanner
Lockerbie, Andrew, blacksmith       } Malcolm, Wm., Raglan
Long, T. & Bro., (Thos. & J. J.)    } Manitoba House, Henry Nolan,
  general merchants, Hurontario     }   prop. Huron (See adv)
Love, Frederick, gunsmith, steam-   } Masonic Hall, over Lindsay's
  fitter, Huron                     }   store, Hurontario
McArthur, Malcolm, clerk, Mani-     } Melville, Fair & Co., gen.
  toba House                        }   merchants & millers, Hurontario
McArthur, Neil, wagon maker,        } Merrill, John, hotel & billard
  Oak                               }   parlor, cor. Hurontario & First
McArthur, Peter, general agent,     } Miller, J.W., millwright Ste. Marie
  Pine                              } Miller, Wm., prop. Commercial
McAuley, Patrick, hotel keeper,     }   hotel, Hurontario
  Simcoe                            } Millwood, Benj., master, tug F.
McBride, Thos., engine driver, N.R. }   Hotchkiss
McCall, Richard, carpenter          } Milward, Wm., gardener, Napier
McCallum, Rev.                      } Mitchell, W. E., builder, Huron-
McCarthy, Daniel, purser, str Cum-  }   tario
  berland                           } Moberly, Arthur, M.D., Hurontario
McCombe, George, filer, (Hotch-     } Moberly & Gamon, (Geo.
  kiss & Co.)                       }   Moberly & Chas. Gamon), barris-
McCormick, Michael, innkeeper,      }   ters. (See card)
  Minnesota                         } Moberly, George, (Moberly &
McDougall, Duncan, carpenter        }   Gamon)
McFarland, Neil, salesman           } Montgomery, Alfred, proprie-
McFadzen, John, bailiff             }   tor North American Hotel
McIntyre, John, carpenter, Ste.     } Montgomery, George, manager
  Marie                             }   North American Hotel
McIntyre, Malcolm, tallyman N.R.    } Montgomery, David, cattle dealer,
  elevator                          }   Hurontario
McIntyre, Peter, purser Chicora     } Montreal Telegraph Co.
McIvor, Wm., master tug George-     }   E. R. Carpente agent
  Watson                            } Morrill, Alfred, ship carpenter,
McKinnon, A., carpenter, Oak        }   Wellington
McLean, Godfrey, watchmaker,        } Morrison, John, foreman carpenter,
  Huron. (See adv)                  }   N.R.
McLeod, Alex., waggon maker, Oak    } Morton, Andrew, bookseller, 
McMahon, Robt., grocer, Hurontario  }   Hurontario
McMaster, John, managaer, Canadian  } Mulholland, Edw., sen., merchant
  Bank of Commerce                  }   tailor, dry-goods &c., Hurontario
McMillan, D. H., Palin, McMill-     } Mulholland, Miss R., confectionery,
  lan & Co.                         }   Hurontario
Mulholland & Smith                  } Port, D. W., general merchant,
  (Edw. John M.) New Dominion       }   Hurontario
  broom & paper-bag factory, Hur-   } Port, Gregory & Burley,
  ontario (See adv)                 }   (Andrew, James & Charles) props,
Myers, W., master Silver Spray      }   Collingwood Foundry
Munson, Jared, blacksmith, First    } Prio, W. S., mason, Seventh
Nash, Richard, conductor N.R.       } Queen's Hotel, W. H. Wensley,
Neff, Edmund, grocer, Huron-        }   prop., Huron (See adv)
  tario. (See adv)                  } Riddell, George, grocer, Hurontario
Neff, Smith, liver stable, St. Paul } Railway Hotel, W. Ryley
Neff, Maitland, liver stable, Hur-  }   prop. R.R. Station
  ontario                           } Roadley, Thos., saddler, Hurontario
Nelson, John, engineer, Algoma      } Robertson, A. W., accountant,
Nettleton, John, merchant tailor    }   Hotchkiss & Co.
  Huron                             } Robertson, Charles, law clerk,
Nolan, Henry, Manitoba House,       }   Hurontario
  Huron (See adv)                   } Robertson, Henry, LL. B.
North Amercian Hotel,               }  barrister, Hurontario (See card)
  Alfred Montgomery, prop. Hur-     } Robertson, J. J., purser, Silver
  ontario  (See adv)                }   Spray
Orr, James, C., master str Cumber-  } Robertson, W. T ., master Fran-
  land                              }   ces Smith
Palin, McMillan & Co., props.       } Robson, David, ed. prop.
  Collingwood Tannery               }   Bulletin, insurance and musical
Palin, Richard, Palin, Mc-          }   instrument agt., Hurontario,
  Millan & Co.                      }   (See card)
Parlane, W. A., St. Vincent         } Rodgers, Rev. Robt., Presbyterian,
Parrot, Edwin, stoves and tinware,  }   Pine
  Hurontario                        } Rochesrer, Andrew, cooper, Russell
Paterson, W. G., insurance agent,   } Rowland, John, prop. Globe
  Ste. Marie                        }   Hotel
Patton Bros., (James & Hugh)        } Russell, W. H. (Hotchkiss & Co.)
  auctioneers and commission        } Ryley, J. P., prop. Railway Hotel,
  merchants, Hurontario (See adv)   }   R.R. Station
Patton, C., salesman                } Sheehan, Andrew, tallyman, N.R.C.
Pettigrew ---, engineer Chicora     } Seward, J. P., grocer, Hurontario
Polkinhorn, Edwin, salesman F.      } Sheehy, Daniel, engine driver
  Gilchrist                         }   N.R.
Plater, Benjamin, sen.,             } Simons, W. R., fruiter, Huron
  manf'r & dealer in boots & shoes, } Simmons, Stephens, mason, Erie
  Hurontario                        } Smith, Mrs. C., grocer
Plater, Benj. jun., shoemaker       } Smith, H. E., confectioner, Huron-
Plater, Charles, shoemaker          }   tario
Pleasance, Edw., Collins            } Smith, Peter, wheelwright
Pomphrey, James, painter, Watri     } Smith, Sydney T., tanner
Port, Andrew, Port, Gregory         } Spence, W. J., telegraph operator,
  and Burley, Napier                }   N.R.C.
Stephen & Burns, physicians,        } Trott, Miss M. A., teacher
  etc., Ste. Marie                  } Trott, H. F., prop. steam cabinet
Stephen, A. R., M.D., Ste.          }   works, Hurontario. (See adv)
  Marie                             } Trott, Samuel, cabinetmaker
Stephens, C. & Co. groceries,       } Trott, S. W., ass't druggist, (E.
  provisions & grain, Hurontario    }   R. Carpenter)
Stephens, Robert, market clerk      } Tobey, Warren, tanner & currier
Storey, James, ship carpenter, Ste. } Tunnicliffe, Charles, salesman
  Marie                             } Turner, George, clerk, Railway
Storey, M. A. & Co., boots & shoes, }   Hotel
  Hurontario                        } Vann, George, watchmaker
Sutherland, Alex M.                 } Vincent, Edw. E., butcher,
Sutherland, J. A., clerk            }   Market
Swain, Wm., fruit, oysters, etc.,   } Vincent, S. E., butcher
  Huron                             } Waddell, J., purser, Francis Smith
Swanzey, Robt., grain, fruits, &c., } Warren, Philip, engine-driver N.R.
  Market                            }   Elevator
Swanzey, Wm., gardner, Market       } Walker, Samuel, carpenter
Swinburne, James, purser, Algoma    } Watson, George, J.P., ex-
Sykes, Royal, blacksmith & wagon    }   mayor, customs officer.--office
  maker, Front                      }   R. R. Station
Symes, J. B., master str., Manitoba } Watts, Wm., boat-builder, Rodney
Telfer, Andrew, carpenter, Huron-   } Wensley, W. H., prop. Queen's
  tario                             }   Hotel, and painer, Huron. (See
Telfer, Hall, grocer & baker, Huron-}   adv.)
  tario                             } Whalen, Wm., tanner
Thompson, Ebenezer, manager,        } Wiggins, C. & H., general merchants
  (Melville, Fair & Co.)            }   Hurontario
Thompson, James, blacksmith         } Winters, Isaiah, contractor, Ste.
Thompson, James, bailiff            }   Marie
Thompson, W. A., saleman            } Wright, Robt., carter, Hurontario
Thorne, John, steward, Waubuno      } Wright, Wm., freight conductor
Toner, W. T., lumber inspector,     }   N.R.
  Hotchkiss & Co.                   } Wrong, Thos., purser, Waubuno
Tripp, Benj., master Chicora        } Wylie, John B., carpenter, 
Trott, George, furniture finisher   }   Hurontario

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G. M'LEAN

HURON STREET, COLLINGWOOD

Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, School Books, Stationery, Fishing and shooting Tackle, Musical instruments, Bird Cages, &c.
________________________________________

J. A. CASTOR

PHOTOGRAPHER
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Pictures of all sizes and in all the latest styles

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CAMEO VIGNETTES AND REBRANDTS

HURON STREET, OPPOSITE THE MANITOBA HOUSE

COLLINGWOOD
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COLLINGWOOD FOUNDRY
PORT, GREGORY & BURLEY
ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHINISTS
GENERAL BLACKSMITHS, &c.
COLLINGWOOD, ONT.
Engines built and repaired. Saw and Grist Mill work done. Machinery
of all kinds made to order. Irons and Brass Castings of every
description furnished on the shortest notice
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MANITOBA HOUSE
H. NOLAN, - - - - - PROPRIETOR
Travellers will find every Accommodation with moderate charges
ADJACENT TO BOATS & RAILWAY
HURON STREET
COLINGWOOD
________________________________________

F. GILCHRIST
Dealer in

               Dry Goods,
                      Groceries,
                             Crockery,
                                  Boots & Shoes,
                                           Hats & Caps,
READY-MADE CLOTHING

and all other articles generally found in a well-stocked store

COLLINGWOOD
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STEAM CABINET FACTORY
HENRY F. TROTT
MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN

Every description of Cabinet Furniture, Chairs, Sofas, Window- Cornices, Looking-Glasses, Picture Frames, &c.

Upholstering, Undertaking and Wood-turning done to order

Hurontario Street, Collingwood
________________________________________

EDMUND NERF
Hurontario Street, Collingwood

(opposite the Market) dealer in
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS

at the lowest possible prices
FRESH BURNED LIME ALWAYS ON HAND BR> ________________________________________

JORDAN & PETERMAN
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
and manufacturers of
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, etc., etc.,
No. 15 Birch Street, Collingwood
Plans and specifications furnished on short notice
________________________________________

NORTH AMERICAN HOTEL

COLLINGWOOD

ALFRED MONTGOMERY ---- PROPRIETOR

This house is centrally located, and well fitted up for the accommodation of the travelling public

General Stage Office from Collingwood to Durham

A FIRST CLASS LIVERY ATTACHED TO THIS HOUSE

Free Buss to and from the cars and boats
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J. GREAVES
HURONTARIO STREET, COLLINGWOOD
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, OILS, PAINTS, PUTTY
Dye-stuffs, Perfumery, Groceries, Books, Stationery, Fishing-tackle &c
GRNUINE HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES
________________________________________

COLLINGWOOD AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
MATTHEW IRVING
wholesale and retail dealer in all kinds of

Farming Implements, Seeds, Fertilizers, &c.,
CORNER OF HURONTARIO AND SIMCOE STREETS,
COLLINGWOOD, ONTARIO
________________________________________

ANDREW DUDGEON
Com. in B. R., Clerk Fourth Division Court. Office-
Court House,
COLLINGWOOD
________________________________________

BASSETT'S STEAM CARRIAGE
AND WAGON WORKS,
HURONTARIO ST., COLLINGWOOD,
(nearly opposite the Market)
___________
CARRIAGES & WAGONS
on hand and made to order
___________
HORSE SHOEING
AND
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING
________________________________________

NEW DOMINION BROOM AND PAPER BAG FACTORY
MULHOLLAND & SMITH
Manufacturers and wholesale Dealers in

BROOMS, WHISKS AND PAPER BAGS
MANUFACTORY-- Opposite the Market, Hurontario Street

COLLINGWOOD
________________________________________

THOMAS BROWN
GROCER AND TOBACCONIST
Huron Street, Collingwood
Cigars, Tobacco, Merschaum, Brier, and fancy Pipes of all kinds
________________________________________

G. H. LAWRENCE
Cor. Huron and Front Streets, Collingwood
BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKER
CAKES AND PASTRY
________________________________________

PATTON BROS.
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Hurontario Street, Collingwood
________________________________________

HOTCHKISS & Co.

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN

LUMBER AND CAR SILLS

LATH, SHINGLES, &C.

COLLINGWOOD, ONT.

Lewis Hotchkiss; A. G. P. Dodge, W. H. Russell, N. B. Hilborn
________________________________________

HENRY ROBERTSON, LL.B,

BARRISTER AND ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, NOTARY
PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER, ETC.

OFFICE-- Masonic buildings, Hurontario Street, Collingwood

MONEY TO LEND
________________________________________

WILLIAM RONDEAU BAKER
PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST
Cor. Hurontario and Huron Streets
COLLINGWOOD
LIFE SIZE PORTRAITS, VIEWS, ETC.
________________________________________

INTERNATIONAL HOTEL

Huron Street, Collingwood

(NEAR THE MARKET)

A. COLLINS, - - - - PROPRIETOR

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Good Accommodation for Travellers
________________________________________

FOREMAN & SON
BAKERS OF
BREAD, BISCUITS, CAKES, Etc., Etc.,
AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour, Bran, Shorts, Oats, Peas, &c.,

Corner of Hurontario Street, and Market Square

COLLINGWOOD
________________________________________

HUNTER & CO.
TEA DEALERS AND GENERAL GROCERS
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
HURONTARIO STREET
(Two doors north of Market)
COLLINGWOOD
________________________________________

THE MUSKOKA MILL CO.

MANUFACTURERS OF

LUMBER, TIMBER, LATHS AND SHINGLES

DECKING, BRIDGEING, PIERING AND FRAMING TIMBER

off all kinds, cut to order on short notice

J. C. HUGHSON & CO.,

COLLINGWOOOD
________________________________________

MOBERLY & GAMON

Barristers and Attorneys-at-Law, Solicitors in Chancery,
Notaries, Conveyancers, &c.

COLLINGWOOD
GEORGE MOBERLY CHARLES GAMON
________________________________________

QUEEN'S HOTEL
Huron Street - - - - - COLLINGWOOD

W. H. WENSLEY, PROPRIETOR

THIS HOUSE IS CONVENIENT TO BOTH CARS AND BOATS

GOOD STABLING AND AN ATTENTIVE HOSTLER
________________________________________

WILLIAM J. FRAME
EAST SIDE OF HURONTARIO STREET
COLLINGWOOD, - - - - ONTARIO
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Dry Goods, Ready-made Clothing Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, Groceries, Crockery and Glassware


________________________________________

E. R. CARPENTER
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST
dealer in
Paints, Oils, Colors, Varnishes and Brushes, Coal oil and
Lubricating oil

Agency of the Wheeler & Wilson, Osborn, Raymond, Howe and other Sewing Machines
HURONTARIO STREET, COLLINGWOOD
________________________________________

JOHN FYFE, COLLINGWOOD
(opposite the North American Hotel)

Dealer in Stoves, Ploughs, Cistern Pumps, Lead Pipes, Zinc, Preserve Kettles, Japaned and Pressed Tinware. Manufacturer of Tin, Sheet Iron, Galvanized Iron, Zinc, Brass and Copper-ware. Eavetroughs of any pattern put up in town or country.

Copper Smith and Plumber work done to order
TINWARE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
________________________________________

D. ROBSON
PUBLISHER OF THE COLLINGWOOD BULLETIN
GENERAL BOOK AND JOB PRINTER
AGENT FOR
THE QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY
AND GENERAL AGENT FOR
PIANOS, ORGANS, MELODEON'S, &c.,
HURONTARIO STREET EAST
________________________________________

THE COLLINGWOOD ENTERPRISE
a weekly paper, devoted to
NEWS, COMMERCE & POLITICS
published for the proprietors at his
STEAM PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
NO. 4 SECOND STREET
EVERY THURSDAY MORNING
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TERMS

One Dollar Per Annum, Strictly in Advance

J. HOGG, PROPRIETOR
________________________________________

NEW DOMINION
WAREROOMS
(opposite T. Long & Bros.)
HURONTARIO STREET, COLLINGWOOD
John Anderson
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
CABINET FURNITURE
All orders filled promptly. A large stock of moulding always on hand.
Undertaking and Upholstering done to order.
________________________________________

CONNOR - A small village on lot No. 5, 2nd concession township of
   Adjala, 35 miles from Barrie and 12 from Bolton station.

Elliot, James, farmer          ) McCoy, John, farmer
Fleming, James, shoemaker      } Mercer, Joseph, farmer
Lee, Robert, P.M., storekeeper } Mercer, Robert, farmer
Leggatt, Joseph, farmer        } Rennie, David, farmer
McCann, Dennis, farmer         } Rennie, Samuel, farmer

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R. LEE
CONNOR P.O.
Dealer in Crockery, Glassware, Hardware, Dry-goods, Clothing, Groceries, Boots Shoes &c.
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COOKSTOWN - (Formerly Perry's Corners.) A flourishing village at
  the corners of the townships of Essa, Innisfil, Tecumseth, and West
  Gwillimbury, 15 miles from Barrie, 49 from Toronto, 13 from Bradford
  and 8 from Gilford station. The village was first settled in 1830 by
  Thomas Cooke. John Perry and Thomas Kidd were also early settlers.
  There are English and Methodist Churches in the village. Population
  about 600.

Armstrong, James, prop.,           ) Corbett, John, wheelwright
  Wellington Hotel                 } Dixon, William
Armstrong, Wm., blacksmith         } Donald, Peter, farmer
Ashby, Wm., cabinet maker          } Elliot, Thomas, clerk
Bailey, Thomas, saddler            } Faithful -----, bricklayer
Banting, Col. Robert T.            } Ferguson, Isaac, insurance agent
  County Clerk                     } Ferguson, John, P.M.
Braden, James, merchant            } Ferguson, Thomas, M.P.P.
Braden, Thomas, cabinet maker      } Fraser, Alexander, stage
Buchanan, Charles, M.D.            }   and livery prop. (See adv)
Burnfield, Rev. G., Canada         } Gilpin, Wm., upholsterer
  Presbyterian                     } Glassford, John, proprietor
Clement, Stephen, general          }   Union Hotel. (See adv)
  merchant (See adv)               } Gregg, Robert, prop. Royal
Campbell, Albert, farmer           }   Exchange Hotel
Campbell, Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid Rev.) Griffith, Andrew, laborer
Coleman, Henry, asst. P.M.         } Hamilton, Charles, saddler
  grocer                           } Harper, Henry, druggist,
Cook, Christopher, J.P.,           }   bookseller, issuer marriage
  farmer                           }   licences, app'r, Can. Per.
Cook, James, farmer                }   bldg. and Savings Society
Cook, Thomas, farmer               } Heaslip, Thomas, carpenter
Henderson, Mrs. Wm.                } Norris, JOhn W., M.D.
Hindes, Rev. R. W., Ch. of Eng.    } Parks, Jno., farmer
Hughes, Wm., cooper                } Pascoe, Thomas, pumpmaker
Hurst, John, butcher               } Postill, Christopher, wagon maker
Hurst, Wm., shoemaker              } Proctor, John, saddler
Irwin, Rev. Wm., Wesleyan          } Ralston, Wm., potash manf.
Kelly, Wm., tinsmith               } Rogers, Alex., laborer
Kidd, W. F., carriage and wagon    } Ross, James, general merchant
  maker, (See adv)                 } Ross, Mrs., (wid. Wm.)
Kidd, James, farmer                } Ross, Wm., sewing machine agent
Kyle, David, groceries and liquors } Royal Exchange Hotel,
Lee, Misses, dressmakers           }   Robt. Gregg, prop.
Lee, Samuel, stage driver          } Sproule, Mrs. (wid. Robt.)
Lewis, Mrs. (wid. Wm.)             } Strong, Wm., carpenter
McCleary, W. J., attorney at law   } Trew, Moses, produce dealer
McCracken, Alex., wagon maker      } Tait, Wm., tailor
McCracken, Richard, carpenter      } Union Hotel, John Glassford
Manning, Samuel, plasterer         }   prop. (See adv)
Miller, W., turner                 } Watson, John, general merchant
Montgomery, Misses, dressmakers    } Watson, Wm., farmer
Montgomery, Wm., shoemaker         } Wellington Hotel, James
Morrow, J., photographer           }   Armstrong prop. (See adv)
Nichol, Henry, M.D.                } Young, Mrs. (wid. Wm.)

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UNION HOTEL

J. T. GLASSFORD - - - - - PROPRIETOR
(LATE WILLIAM DIXON)

COOKSTOWN

Stage to Gilford, Alliston, Rosemomt etc.
________________________________________

WILLIAM F. KIDD
COOKSTOWN
Carriage, Wagon and Sleigh maker, Dealer in Agricultural
Implements
________________________________________

ALEXANDER FRASER
LIVERY AND STAGE PROPRIETOR
Stages twice daily from Gilford to Cookstown, Alliston,
Rosemont etc.
________________________________________

S. CLEMENT
dealer in
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs, Boots and
Shoes, &c., &c.

General Conveyancer, for the Drawing of Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Bonds,
Assignments, Wills, Contracts, &c. Also Agent for the Freehold Permanent
Building and Savings Society.
________________________________________

WELLINGTON HOTEL
COOKSTOWN, ONT.
JAMES ARMSTRONG - - - - - PROPRIETOR
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Careful and Obliging Hostlers always in Attendance. Stages
to and from Gildford Twice Daily, and Daily to Alliston
and Rosemont
________________________________________

COULSON - A small village situate on the Coldwater river, lot 3, con.
  7, township of Medonte, 11 miles from Orillia and 20 from Barrie.
  The neighbourhood was first settled about the year 1836 by Samuel
  McClure and the village in 1865 by James Coulson.

Baker, Edw., farmer               } Edgarton, Wm., veterinary surgeon
Baker, Jesse, farmer              } Fagan, John, farmer
Baker, Joseph, farmer             } Gill, John, miller
Beaton, Arch'd, farmer            } Hunt, George, storekeeper
Brotherston, Wm., sawyer          } Hunt, Wm., blacksmith
Carmichael, Dugald, farmer        } McDuff, Rose, teacher
Coulson, James, P.M. miller,      } Ormerod, Joseph, teamster
  lumber merchant, agent Can. Per.} Patterson, Joseph, lumber manf.
  Bldg. and Savings Society       } Rain, Samuel, vet. surgeon
Coulson, Wm., millwright          } Tudhope, John, cooper

________________________________________

JAMES COULSON

Licensed Auctioneer, Land and General Commisssion Agent; Com-
missioner in B.R., &c., Agent Can. Per. Bldg. and Savings So-
ciety. Flour, Lumber, Lath and Building Timber, cou-
stantly on hand and made to order, at
COULSON MILLS, MEDONTE
ADDRESS--COULSON P.O., ONT.
________________________________________

CRAIGHURST - A village on the Penetanguishene Road, township of
  Medonte, 12 miles from Barrie. Population 200.

Bishop, Stephen, farmer           } Minty, Wm., farmer
Carson, Duke, farmer              } Morin, John, hotel keeper
Casey, Mathew, storekeeper        } Morrison, C., farmer
Cheffev, Charles, teacher         } Morrison, Wm., farmer
Craig, J., P.M., gen, merchant    } Queen's Arms, C. Varty, prop.
Daly, Mrs. Margaret, hotel        } Richardson, Alex, farmer
Hayes, James, blacksmith          } Rush, Joseph, carpenter
Lang, John, blacksmith            } Swan, Joseph, store keeper's bailiff
McLean, George, farmer            } Thornton, John, wagon maker
McLean, & Johnston, proprs. saw-  } Varty, C., prop. Queen's Arms
  mill                            }   Hotel
                        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

CRAIGVALE  - A village in the township of Innisfil, 7 miles from
  Barrie, and 3 from Bramley Station; was settled in 1856 by Samuel
  Maneer. There are Canada Presbyterian and Wesleyan churches in
  the village. Population 100.

Barclay, Francis B., store keeper } Leonards, Abraham, store keeper
Bell, Walter, wagon maker         } McCraw, Robt. G., tailor
Bowman, Aaron, sawyer             } Maneer, Samuel, blacksmith
Bowman, Samuel, laborer           } Marling, Henry, sawyer
Cross, James, farmer              } Mintee, James, carpenter
Fisher, Charles, butcher          } Morden, A. M., miller
Fisher, Thomas, sawyer            } Mulholland, W. H., prop. saw mill
Fraser, Donald, hlacksmith        } Newburn, Walter, sawyer
Hurst, Robert, laborer            } Reynolds, Bowman, hotel
Isaacs, John, miller              } Willmott, Francis, farmer
Jenkins, D. O., farmer            } Willmott, Isaiah, farmer
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

CREEMORE - A village pleasantly situated in the midst of a beautiful
  and prolific country, lot 8, 4th con., township of Nottawasaga.
  The Mad River flows through the village and affords first class power.
  The vicinity is remarkably healthy and is a favorite resort for health
  and pleasure seekers. Distance form Barrie, 25 miles and from Stayner,
  8 miles. Population, about 300.

Carruthers, J. J., prop. flour mill} Dack, T. B., M.D.
Casey, Wm., blacksmith & wheel-    } Forster, Rev. R. W., Church of
  wright                           }   England
Copeland, John, farmer & constable } Gillespie, Alex, P.M., merchant,
Currier, James, J.P., farmer       }   agt. Mont. Tel. Co.
Glenning, E. C., miller            } McDonald, L. A. & Co., general
Gowan, Wm., hotel keeper           }   merchants
Hogg, S. J., miller                } Patterson, Robert, saddler
Irwin, Thos., shoemaker            } Pomeroy, Rev. W., Wesleyan
Kelly, Wm., hotel keeper           } Steele, Robt., blacksmith & wheel-
Kierman, T., M.D.                  }   wright
Kitching, Thos., shoemaker         } Warren, Rev. Alex., Baptist
Langtry, Wm., carpenter            } Wilcox, Elijah, carpenter
McDonald, Rev. D., Pres. Church    }
                         ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

CREIGHTON - A post office in the township of Medonte.
                Cavanagh, Thos., P.M.
                         ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

DALSTON - A village on lot 26, 1st con., Vespra, 8 1/2 miles from Barrie.

Clements, A. H., hotel keeper      } Jory, Thos., farmer
Colwell, John, blacksmith          } Lawson, George, P.M., mer-
Drury, John, farmer                }   chant
Gould, Rev. Isaac, Wesleyan        } McLean, Wm., teacher
Hart, Charles, blacksmith          } Sneath, W. A., merchant
Jory, Abram, farmer                } White, Charles, farmer
Jory, John, farmer                 } White, James, farmer

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LAWSON & SNEATH, DALSTON
DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Ready-made Clothing, Crockery, &c.,
Bible Society Depository
________________________________________

DEERHURST - A small village in the township of West Gwillimbury,
  17 miles from Barrie and 5 from Bradford.

Bolton, W., innkeeper             } Walker, Samuel, P.M.,
Sutherland, Hector, blacksmith    }   store keeper
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

DRURY - A small village in the township of Oro, about 9 miles from Barrie.

Armstrong, James, blacksmith      } Gilchrist, Alex., farmer
Findley, Robert, farmer           } McNabb, Wm., farmer
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

DUNEDIN - A village on lot 6, 9th con., township of Nottawasaga,
  35 miles from Barrie, and 12 from Stayner. The village is beautifully
  situated in a valley in one of the most fertile sections of this excellent
  township. The neighbourhood was first settled about the year 1832
  by the Bowerman family who built the first flour and saw mills in the
  township.

Baker, Harmon, miller             } Honeywell, David, teacher
Baker, J. F., miller              } Honeywell, Hiram, farmer
Bell, Richard, miller             } Honeywell, John, farmer
Best, H. D., merchant             } Irwin, H., shoemaker
Bowerman, Benj., blacksmith       } McDonald, Rev. D., Presbyterian
Bowerman, Judah, hotel keeper     } Rankin, Matthew, sawyer
Bowerman, Judah, miller           } Young, John, mason
Honeywell, Asa, carpenter         } Young, Wm., farmer & carpenter
                         ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

DUNTROON - A village on lot 24, 8th con., township of Nottawasaga,
  5 miles from Stayner Station, 14 from Maxwell and 30 from Barrie.
  The village was first settled about the year 1856. The surrounding
  country is of the best quality. Population about 100.

Birchall, Samuel, herbalist         } McLean, Angus, shoemaker
Clark, J. W., blacksmith            } Ough, John, hotel keeper
Clark, Wm., teacher                 } Rancier, Andrew, wagon maker
Clunas, John, blacksmith            } Rowbottam, Edw., plasterer
Kirkland, Archibald, M.D.           } Russell, James, P.M., general
McAllister, A., M.D.                }    merchant
McCausland, John, constable         } Smith, Donald, tailor
McDearmid, Alex., store keeper      } Watson, Henry, hotel keeper
McKerracher, Alex., M.D.            }
                         ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

EAST ORO - A small village on lot 15, 11th con., township of Oro,
  16 miles from Barrie and 3 from Hawkstone Station. The village
  was first settled in 1831 by W. Simpson. Population about 75.

Bell, Gilbert, store keeper         } Maudsley, James, farmer
Banner, Wm., wagon maker            } Morgan, Charles, carpenter
Crook, Robert, farmer               } Rook, John & Bro., blacksmiths
Hodge, Richard, inn keeper          } Simpson, Ezra, farmer
Lee, John, farmer                   } Simpson, Wm., P.M., store
McPherson, John, farmer             }    keeper
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

EDGAR - (Formerly called Richardson's Corners). A village on lot
  10, 5th con., township of Oro, 13 miles from Barrie. Population
  about 100.

Alley, Gerald                       } Gillespie, John, carriage maker
Armstrong, James, blacksmith        } Gregg, Henry, carpenter
Barron, Wm., baker                  } Hayes, Michael, shoemaker
Brazel, Michael, millwright         } Hewitt, John, blacksmith
Carson, George, engineer            } Jamieson, Daniel, blacksmith
Cavanagh, Patrick, constable        } Knight, A., blacksmith
Cockburn, James, mill owner         } Links, Alfred, lumber dealer
Gray, Thos., carpenter              } Livingston, Duncan, blacksmith
Lott, John M., miller               } Rutherford, John, M.D.
Miller, Alex., storekeeper          } Richards, Wm., farmer
Miller, Wm., shoemaker              } Smith, John, store keeper
Plewes, John, miller                } Thompson, Robt., carpenter
Reynolds, Milton B., carpenter      )

JOHN SMITH
dealer in
Dry Goods, Groceries, Drugs, Hardware, Clothing, Farm
Implements, &c.
EDGAR, ONT.
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EGBERT - A small village in the township of Essa, 14 miles from
  Barrie and 12 from Lefroy.

McKee, Hugh, carpenter             ) Wallace, J. C., P.M., store-
Stoneham, Thos., blacksmith        }    keeper
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ELBA - A post office in the township of Mono.

                        Smith Charles, P.M.
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ELDER - A post office, lot 26, 5th concession, township of Mono, 38
  miles from Barrie.

Conn, Courtney, P.M.               ) Elder, Thomas, farmer
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ELM GROVE - A small village on Lots 5 and 6, 4th and 5th Cons.,
  Township of Essa, 11 miles from Barrie, and 16 from Gilford.

Campbell, W. T., farmer            } McCoy, John, wagon maker
Hayden, James, farmer              } McMylor, Thos., blacksmith
Horan, Peter, farmer               } McMann, Samuel, farmer
Irwin, John, farmer                } Whitesides, Henry R., farmer
Love, Richard, P.M., gen.          } Woods, Henry, shoemaker
  merchant, Com. in B.R.           }
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ELM VALE - A post-office on Lot 5, Con. 9, Township of Flos, 22
  miles from Barrie.

                     Harvey, Wm., P.M.
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

EVERETT - A post-office in the Township of Tossorontio.

Fisher, John, farmer               } Hall, Wm., blacksmith
Gordon, Thomas, P.M., storekeeper, } Mullen, Francis, farmer
  clerk 7th Div. Ct.               }
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

FALKENBURG - A post-office in Macaulay Township, lot 2, 10th con., 
  6 miles from Bracebridge, and 68 from Barrie. The neighborhood
  was first settled in 1862 by Edwin Griffin, Sidney Tibbs, and
  Samuel Holditch. The Muskoka River, in the vicinity, provides
  almost unlimited manufacturing power.

Brown, Wm., plasterer              } Loughead, Robert, farmer
Clarke, Rev. John, Wesleyan        } Loughead, Samuel, farmer
Earnshaw, Joshua, farmer           } Low, David, farmer
Forsyth, John, farmer              } McNee, James, farmer
Galloway, David, shoemaker         } Miller, Robt., carpenter
Hamilton, A., farmer               } Moore, Francis, farmer
Holditch, Samuel, farmer           } Moore, Matthias, P.M.,
Jack, John, farmer                 }   farmer
Jack, William, farmer              } Palmer, John, farmer
Jackson, John, blacksmith          } Schafer, Samuel, farmer
Kirby, Nathaniel, farmer           } Stinson, Thomas, farmer
Levier, Chas., farmer              } Stinson, Robert, farmer
Levier, James, farmer              }
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

FENNELS - (Brown's Corners) A small village in the Township of
  Innisfil, two miles from Gilford.

Bolton, John, hotel keeper         } McDowell, Charles, teacher
Brown, Edward, mason, hotel        } Patfield, Henry, farmer
  keeper                           } Patfield, Jeremiah, farmer
Cosgrove, Mrs. Mary                } Peacock, George, blacksmith
Feigehan, George, P.M.,            } Prettie, Robt., peddlar
  farmer                           } Sawyer, Thomas, farmer
Ireton, Thos., blacksmith          } Smith, Joseph, wagon maker
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

FERGUSONVALE - A small village in the Township of Oro, 9 miles
  from Barrie.  Population, 100.

Cumming, Alex., farmer             } O'Hara, James, farmer
Cumming, James, blacksmith         } Stone, John, storekeeper
Cumming, John, P.M.                } Thurlow, Henry, butcher
Harbour, George, hotel keeper      } Thurlow, Robert, farmer
Johnston, Wm., farmer              } Thurlow, Thomas, farmer
Kelly, John, farmer                } Toner, James, farmer
McGinnis, Patrick, constable       } Wilson, William, farmer
McTeague, Patrick, farmer          } 
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

FINTONA - A post-office in the Township of Adjala.

Haney, Robert, carpenter           } Lamon, Robt., P.M., merchant

________________________________________

ROBERT LAMON

dealer in

Dry Goods, Groceries, Liquors, Hardware, &c.

FINTONA
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GILFORD - A village and station of the Northern Railway, in the
  Township of West Gwillimbury, 16 miles from Barrie, 49 from Toronto,
  and 8 from Cookstown. The village was first settled in 1860 by Thos.
  Maconchy. Daily stages to Cookstown, Alliston and Rosemont.
  Population, 250.

Angus, Wm., clerk                  } Maconchy, T., general mer-
Bates, ----, shoemaker             }    chant
Rennett, J., farmer                } Maconchy, Thos., P.M.,
Blatherwick, J., station agent     }    prop. steam saw mill
Commercial Hotel, John             } Mattingly, George, foreman T.
   Flansburgh, prop. (See adv)     }    Maconchy
Doolittle, George, farmer          } Martingly, Richard, laborer
Doolittle, John, farmer            } Neely, Matthew, contractor
Edie, George, farmer               } Neely, Wm., farmer
Flansburgh, John, prop.            } Nelson, Robert, general mer-
   Commercial Hotel                }    chant, grain dealers, &c.
Fletcher, John, carpenter          } O'Donnell, John, farmer
Fraser, Alex., stage prop.         } Pett, James, laborer
Gibbons, Patrick, laborer          } Rathwell, Wm., farmer
Glenn, Wm., clerk                  } Roblin, Jesse, laborer
Huff, Alva, carpenter              } Rogers, John W., employee
Hughes, James, farmer              }    N.R.C.
Kneeshaw, Thomas, laborer          } Sandford, Edw., switchman
Lawrence, A. Perine, hotel keeper  } Short, James, laborer
Lee, George, carpenter             } Swalm, Henry, builder
McCann, Richard, hotel keeper      } Thomas, William, farmer
McLean, Miss, teacher              } Travers, J., laborer
McRae, Alex., tailor               } Wilson, John, trackmaster
McRae, Thos, tailor                }

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COMMERCIAL HOTEL
GILFORD
J. G. FLANSBURGH - - - - - - - PROPRIETOR
Commercial and other travellers will find here
CONVENIENT AND AMPLE ACCOMMODATION
The best of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars kept constantly on hand
________________________________________


GLENCAIRN - A village on lot 33, 1st and 2nd con., Township of
  Tossorontio, 5 miles from New Lowell Station, and 19 from Barrie.
  Good water-power. Population about 100.

Arnold, Colwell, farmer            } Lamin, J. G., pensioner
Cherry, Abel., farmer              } McBain, James, boarding house
Frame, J. F., manager M. N.        } McBride, James, farmer
   Stephens                        } Madill, David, farmer
Galloway, Henry, carpenter         } Mills, Richard, laborer
Graham, Robt., farmer              } Stephens, M.N., J.P., P.M.,
Grainger, Wm., farmer              }    lumber and general merchant
Grieve, Wm., hotel keeper          } Stewart, John, farmer
Handy, Benj., farmer               } Stewart, Nathaniel, farmer
Husband, James, sawyer             } Thomas, Wm., contractor
Johnston, Denton, contractor       } Wall, John, laborer
Kelly, Wm., farmer                 } Webb, Edw., laborer
Kirby, L. H., teacher              } Woodruff, E. R., blacksmith
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

GLEN HURON - A village on lot 17, 8th con., township of Notta-
  wasaga, 30 miles from Barrie, 8 from Stayner station and 10
  from Collingwood. Good water power. Stages daily to Collingwood 
  and Durham. Population about 100.

Bennett, John, farmer              } Johnston, Robt., farmer
Campbell, Peter, miller and store- } McAllister, Miss Sarah, teacher
   keeper                          } McLean, Neil, carpenter
Connor, James, blacksmith          } McLeod, John, farmer and
Dallas, Peter, farmer              }    constable
Dallas, Wm., farmer and constable  } McLuney, Andrew, weaver
Frame, H. M., J.P., P.M., general  } Stewart, David, farmer
   merchant                        } Stephens, Charles, farmer
Gillies, Alex., farmer             } Stephens, Henry, innkeeper
Hillis, Hugh, farmer               } Trew, James, farmer
Hubbard, James, bricklayer         } 
                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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H. M. FRAME
Commissioner in B.R., Conveyancer, and issuer of
Marriage Licenses
GLEN HURON
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GRAVEHURST - A thriving Village in the Township of Muskoka,
  pleasantly situated in the vicinity of Lake Muskoka, 26 miles
  from Orillia, 50 from Barrie, 14 from Washago, and 115 from Toronto.
  The Toronto, Simcoe and Muskoka Junction Railway will probably
  terminate here. Population about 400.

    To encourage settlers, and particularly mechanics in the village
  and neighbourhood, exemption from taxes for five years will be 
  granted, and very liberal terms for the obtaining of lots and
  building material willbe made known by applying to J. P. Cockburn, Esq.
    THE NORTHERN LAKES TRANSPORTATION COMPANY-- Length of route-- Coast
  navigation, 150 miles; from Gravenhurst daily by steamers Nipissing,
  Wenona, and Wabamik to Long Point, 9 miles; Alport, 13; Bracebridge,
  16; Point Kaye, 16; Port Carling, 21; Bala, 22; Windermere, 26; Point
  Pleasant, 27; Port Sanfield, 28; Rosseau and Ashdown, 28; Head of Lake
  Joseph, 43.

Adams, John, M.D.                   } Cooper, E., hotel keeper
Bailey, George, mate str Nipissing  } Cuyler, S., photographer
Brock, Joseph, farmer               } Davenport, P. T., steward str.
Brown, Dougald, prop. Brown's       }    Nipissing
   Hotel  (See adv)                 } Davies, John, watchmaker
Cameron, A. J., engineer str.       }    (See adv)
   Nipissing                        } Douglas, James S., farmer
Cameron, George A., clerk           } Forster, Wm., G., groceries and
Cameron, W. S., agent Hughson       }    provisions
   & Co.                            } Grant, Alex., shoemaker
Campbell, H. S., butcher            } Hughes, Robt., carpenter
Campbell, J. G., carpenter          } Hughson, J. C. & Co., lumber mer-
Cherry, Moses, farmer               }    chants, W. S. Cameron agent
Cherry, Richard, farmer             } Kenny, Cyrus, carpenter
Clark, George, general mer-         } Kent, Clement, farmer
   chants                           } Kirkpatrick, J. T., P.M., general
Cockburn, Adam, clerk, T. Kirk-     }    merchant, agent Mon.
   patrick                          }    Tel. Co. (See adv)
Cockburn, John P., managing         } McFayden, Lachlen, blacksmith
   director, Muskoka steamers       } Morrison, Hector, teacher
Collins, George, engineer str.      } Myers, F., foreman sawmill
   Wenona                           } Park, James, architect
Piercy, Joseph, painter             } Sharpe, James, wharfinger and
Pimlot, George, master str Nipissing}    emigrant agent
Prior, W., purser str Nipissing     } Sharpe, John, carpenter
Riddell, Wm., carpenter             } Sybold, G. W., shingle factory
Scott, J., general merchant         } Walker, George T., clerk
Scott, John, master str Wenona      }

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"NORTHERN EMPORIUM"
J. T. KIRKPATRICK
Importer and dealer in
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE,
BOOTS AND SHOES, &C.
Muskoka Street, Gravehurst
AGENT MONTREAL TELEGRAPH COMP'Y
Highest market price paid for raw furs.
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STEAMBOAT AND STAGE HOUSE
~~~~~~~~

GRAVENHURST ~~ (Lake Muskoka)

Township and District of Muskoka

"CALL AND SEE DOUGALD"

This commodious and new Hotel is most conveniently situated near to
the steamboat wharf, stage road and Post-office. Charges moderate.
Sample and suite rooms for commercial travellers and visitors. Good
stabling and an attentive hostler.

DUGALD BROWN, PROPRIETOR
________________________________________

WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELLERY
JOHN DAVIES
GRAVENHURST
(Near Brown's Hotel)

Repairs promptly and neatly executed. All favors from Bracebridge,
Port Carling and Rosseau handed to the captains of the steamboats
will be punctually attended to.
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HAWKSTONE - A small Village and Station of the Barrie and
  Orillia Railway, situate on Lake Simcoe, 16 miles from Barrie.

                  HOUSTON, JAMES, P.M.
                    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

HILLSDALE - A Village in the Township of Medonte, on the Pene-
  tanguishene road, 17 miles from Barrie. Population about 100.

Allen, K., farmer                  } Gunn, James, shoemaker
Blackstock, Wm. H., M.D.           } Hill, Alex., hotel keeper
Cleland, Peter, farmer             } Tait, Adam, lumber merchant
Cocksedge & Swaisland, props.      } Morrison, Charles, wheelwright
   Simcoe House                    } Morrison, Himes, blacksmith
Dickey, Robt., carpenter           } May, Wm., prop. saw mill
Farragher, Mrs. J., P.M.,          } Simcoe House, Cocksedge &
   storekeeper                     }    Swaisland props.
Green, M. & Bro., general merchant }

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SIMCOE HOUSE
HILLSDALE
JOSEPH COCKSEDGE AND A. SWAISLAND, PROPRIETORS
(Late of Fraser's Exchange, Barrie)

First class accommodation. Choice brands of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. The table supplied with the best the market affords.
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HOCKLEY- A village in the townships of Adjala and Mono, 22
  miles from Bradford.

Beatty, Benj., saw mills           } Hockley, -----, tailor
Dunn, Robt., blacksmith, innkeeper } Hodgins, J., blacksmith
Farley, Wm., shoemaker             } Martin, Thos., P.M.
Fleming, Samuel, hotel keeper      } Matson, H. J., store keeper
Hackett, Thos., shoemaker          } Sutherland, George, hotel keeper

HONEYWOOD - A small village on lot 26, 3rd con., townships of
  Mulmur, about 20 miles from Stayner.

Bell, John, tailor                 } Hunt, Thos., farmer
Broderick, Joseph, grocer          } Lawrence, George, P.M.
Copeland, J., J.P.                 }    general merchant and farmer
Crisp, Wm., shoemaker              } Lawrence, Theodore, carpenter
Gardener, Wm., teacher             ) Mortimer, Mark, farmer
Henderson, James, blacksmith       } Mortimer, Manuel, farmer
                       ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

INNISFIL -A post office, lot 15, con. 8, township of Innisfil.
  Ross, Benj., J.P., P.M., farmer, township clerk and treasurer.

                       ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

IVY - A small village on lot 20, con. 8, township of Essa, 10 miles
  from Barrie. The neighbourhood was settled about the year 1847 by
  George Davis, John T. Fletcher, John and James Lennox, Hugh Speers,
  James McQuay, James Arnold, Thos. Banting, and Thos. Parker.
  Population about 100.

Arnold, James, farmer              } Lennox, James, farmer
Banting, Thos., farmer             } Lennox, John, farmer
Burton, John, wagon maker          } Leighton, Joseph, carpenter
Carruthers, Thos., blacksmith      } McQuay, James, farmer
Davis, George, Warden, Co.         } Parker, Thos., farmer
   Simcoe                          } Ritchie, Chas., asst. P.M.,
Drury, Thos., general merchant     }    general merchant
Fletcher, James, carpenter         } Speers, Hugh, farmer
Fletcher, John T., township        } Speers, James, carriage maker
   treasurer                       } Stephen, Thos., shoemaker
Fletcher, Robt., carpenter         } Wood, F., teacher
Jennett, James, weaver             }
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

JARRATT'S CORNERS - A post office in the township of Oro.
                  Jarratt, Charles, P.M.
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

KEENANSVILLE - A village on lots 13 and 14, 7th concession, township 
  of Adjala, 33 miles from Barrie and 16 from Bradford. A branch of 
  the Nottawasaga affords good water power. The village was settled 
  about the year 1828 by Harvey Huntley. Populataion about 200.

Brown, Bros., (John W., Joseph A.  } Cassan, T., blacksmith
   and Thomas), woollen factors    } Creenan, E., bricklayer
Burke, A. W., weaver and auct-     } Curran, B., shoemaker
   ioneer                          } Curran, J. F., farmer
Dawson, George, farmer             } Hughes, M. A., agt. Mon. Tel Co.
DeClare, Thos., framer             } Keenan, J. A.
Fehelly, F., framer                } Morrow, George C., blacksmith &
Graham, James, weaver              }    wagon maker
Graham, W., weaver                 } Morrow, Mrs., hotel keeper
Hart, J. C., teacher               } Ryan, Thos., laborer
Hasket, James, spinner             } Stogdale, A., carder
Holland, B., hotel keeper          } Towns, A., pensioner
Holland, Daniel, laborer           } Towns, E., merchant
Hughes, George P., P.M., merchant  } Walsh, John, farmer
Hughes, Patrick, pensioner         }

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GEORGE P. HUGHES
CONVEYANCER, COMMISSIONER IN B.R.
KEENANSVILLE, ONT.
PRINTER, NEWS AGENT AND GENERAL MERCHANT
MONEY TO LEND ON EASY TERMS
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LAFONTAINE - A post office in the French settlement in the
  township of Tiny, 45 miles from Barrie.

Brunel, Casimer, farmer            } Picotte, Charles, P.M.,
Desrocher, Xavier, farmer          }    teacher
Labessonneire, Francois, farmer    } Picotte, Vitaline, teacher
Marchant, Louis, farmer            } Vallee, Solomon, farmer
Moreau, Joseph, farmer             }
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

LAVENDER - A small village in lot 32, 1st con., Mulmur, 13 miles
  from Angus. The neighbourhood was settled about the year 1834
  by the Mastin, Tupper and Coyle families. Population about 75.

Clark, Rev. A., New Connection     } Manning, John, potash manfr.
Dixon, John, farmer                } Mastin, Lewis, manfr. grain cradles
Hutchinson, Richard, manfr. grain  } Mastin, I. Bowerman, P.M.,
   cradles                         } hotel keeper
McNichol, John, laborer            }
                         ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

LEFROY - A village and station of the Northern Railway, in the
  township of Innisfil, 52 miles from Toronto and 12 from Barrie.
  Henry Grose and William Goodfellow were the first settlers. The
  adjacent country is very fertile and large quantities of grain
  are annually shipped from this point. Population about 250.

Avery, Thomas, cooper              }    & Fraser
Avery, Wm., cooper                 } Ham, J. V., tailor
Barry, Sylvester, shoemaker        } Hill, R. J. A., station agent,
Brown, -------, hotel keeper       }    Mont. Tel. Co.
Buchanan, James, section boss,     } Irwin, Jonathan, farmer
   N.R.C.                          } Laidlaw & Fraser, general
Burns, Robert, carpenter           }    merchants
Craighead, John, lime dealer       } Laidlaw, J. D. (Laidlaw & Fraser)
Cronan, James, farmer              } Lawrence, W. D., lumber merchant
Davidson & Co., general mer-       } McKay, P. & J., gen. merchants
   chants                          } McKeggie, John C., manager,
Davidson, David, P.M.              }    Davidson & Co.
Donnelly, Hugh, farmer             } McKenzie, Alex., tailor
Edgar, Alex., clerk, G. P. and J.  } Miller, John, blacksmith
   Mackay                          } Ollard, F. W., solicitor
Forbes, Robt., laborer             } Prittie, J. W., hotel keeper
Fraser, David, saddler             } Purves, T. R., agricultural
Fraser, James, (Laidlaw & Fraser)  }    implements
Goodfellow, Wm., farmer            } Reid, James, teacher
Grose, Henry, J.P., saw-mill       } Rowan, Martin, shoemaker
   prop., farmer                   } Rowan, Michael, switchman
Grose, Richard, farmer             } Rowan, Thomas, laborer
Grose, Robert, farmer              } Short, J., laborer
Guilfoyle, James, clerk, Laidlaw & } Schriver, W., wood agent N.R.C.
   Fraser                          } Watson, James, blacksmith
Guilfoyle, Thomas, clerk, Laidlaw  } Wisner, J., M.D.
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

LORETTO - A village on Lots 15 and 16, 5th and 6th cons., Township
  of Adjala, 36 miles from Barrie, 15 from Bolton Station, T. G. &
  B. Railway, and 18 from Bradford. There is good water-power in the
  vicinity. Population 100.

Casserly, M. J., teacher           } Kennefic, Edw., horse trainer
Casserly, Wm., hotel keeper        } Kennefic, Lawrence, tailor
Cassin, Thos., blacksmith          } McAnnelly, Thos., inn keeper
Coolahan, Joseph, buther           } McCabe, Peter, farmer and merch't
Corrigan, Patrick, currier         } McCabe, Thos., farmer and merch't
Creary, John, trader               } McCullough, James, butcher
Dearling, Wm., painter             } McElroy, Wm., merchant
Derham, Patrick, storekeeper       } McKenna, C., M.D.
Downs, Patrick, gardener           } McKenna, Robert, farmer
Gamble, John, J.P., farmer         } Moran, Michael, farmer
Gamble, Wm., farmer                } Morrow, Francis, farmer
Haffey, John, J.P., farmer,        } Nevins, Alex., saloon keeper
Holland, Thos., blacksmith         } Nevins, John, farmer
Kelly, John, merchant              } Sweeney, Thos., farmer
Kelly, P. D., conveyancer          }
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

LORRAINE - A post office, Township of Mono, 40 miles from Barrie.

                           Mills, John, P.M.
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

MANSFIELD - A village on Lot 11, 7th Con., Township of Mulmur, 32
  miles from Barrie, and 17 from Angus Station. The Boyne water
  affords good power. Population 125.

Anderson, David, shoemaker         } Kierman, Wm., teacher
Anderson, Edw., farmer             } Leggatt, Benj., constable farmer
Black, John, farmer                } McCracken, Robt., innkeeper
Bradley, Thos., constable, farmer  } McMahon, John, J.P.
Campbell, Robert, blacksmith       } McMahon, Robt., farmer
Cotton, Wm., J.P.                  } McMulkin, Edw., farmer
Gilbert, Wm., P.M., merchant       } Noble, Samuel, farmer
   and innkeeper                   } Parker, Joseph, wagon maker
Hutchinson, Rev. Smith, Wesleyan   } Summerfelt, John Miller

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WILLIAM GILBERT

GENERAL MERCHANT

PROPRIETOR MANSFIELD HOTEL
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MAPLE VALLEY - A village on Lot 3, Con., 12, Township of
  Notawasaga, 17 miles from Stayner.

Bowerman, Benj., blacksmith        } McGuire, Robt., wagon maker
Bowerman, Israel, carpenter        } Plewes, Wm., miller
Campaign, James, innkeeper         } Reid, Wm., prop. grist and
Dick, James, P.M., merchant        }    sawmills
   and farmer                      } Stewart, D., teacher
Ferguson, Rev. John, Presbyterian  } Stewart, James, cabinet maker
Gibson, James, farmer              } White, Henry, shoemaker
Johnston, Wm., cheese manufr       } 
                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

MARCHMONT - A village on Lot 3, 1st Con., North Orillia, 6
  miles from Orillia and 26 from Barrie. The North River, in
  the village, affords good water-power. Population about 100.

Dutton, Wm., miller                } Powley, Charles, P.M.
Moore, James, blacksmith           }    mill owner
                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

MEDONTE - A post office on lot 15, 9th con., Township of Medonte,
  25 miles from Barrie.

Eplett, John, Butcher              } Moon, Robert J., P.M., farmer
Miller, Wm., merchant              }
                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

MIDHURST - A village situate on lot 12, 4th concession Township
  of Vespra, 5 miles from Barrie, was settled in 1830 by George
  Oliver who built the first grist and saw mills in the Township.
  Oliver's River affords excellent water power. Congregational and
  Wesleyan churches. Population about 100.

Appleby, Guy, carpenter            } McCreight, James, laborer
Armstrong, Wm., saw miller         } McCutcheon, John, farmer
Barrett, Wm., farmer               } McGowan, John, farmer
Benson, John, farmer               } McGowan, Robt., carpenter
Brett, Thos., farmer               } Morehouse, George, flour miller
Bond, Wm., farmer                  } Orok, Robert, farmer
Culham, John, farmer               } Partridge, Walter, saw miller
Drury, Wm., farmer                 } Peacock, Richard, farmer
Dutcher, Samuel, shingle manf      } Pearsall, Luke, farmer
Garvin, David, saw miller          } Robinson, Thos., prop., grist
Gill, John, farmer                 }    and saw mills
Gill, Richard, weaver              } Smith & Ball, prop., lumber mills
Hetherington, Thos., laborer       } Sneath, Geo., P.M., township
Keeley, Wm., saw miller            }    clerk, Com., in B.R. conveyancer
Locke, Silas E., farmer            }    etc.
Ludlow, RObt., laborer             }
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MIDLAND - A village on the shore of Mundy's Bay, on lots 106 and
  108, 1st and 2nd concessions township of Tay, 15 miles from
  Coldwater and 4 from Penetanguishene. This place is the proposed
  terminus of the Midland Railway. The first settlement of the village
  only dates back to November, 1871. In September, 1872, the Post Office
  was opened and Mr. Gladstone appointed Postmaster. The site is
  remarkably beautiful, the scenery varied, and there is a good prospect
  of Midland becoming an important place. Several stores and dwellings
  are already erected and great expectations are indulged in which we
  hope to see fully realized.

Ark, H., bricklayer                } Fraser, Samuel, township reeve
Courtemanche, N., general          } Gladstane, Thos., P.M., hotel
   merchant.  (See adv)            }    keeper & general merchant
Devine, Michael, farmer            } Gleason, John, hotel keeper
Devine, Mrs. John, farmer          } Harkey, Richard, farmer
Dobson, Jabez, farmer              } Harkey, Thomas, laborer
Henderhott, J. M., mill supt.      } Sneath, Wm., agt. H. H. Cook
McFarlane, James, baker            } Spohn, P. H., M.D.
McFarlane, John, carpenter         } Struthers, Alex., carpenter
Murphy, Richard, farmer            } Tindell, Richard, farmer
Rankin, Charles, hotel keeper      } Wisden, Henry, carpenter, bookseller,
Sneath, H. & Co., gen. merchts.    }    agt. Mont. Tel. Co.
   (See adv)                       }
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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N. COURTEMANCHE
wholesale and retail dealer in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES,
LIQUORS, &C.

CORNER OF KING & ELIZABETH STREET

MIDLAND CITY, ONT.
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MIDLAND STORE
H. SNEATH & CO.
dealers in

Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Ready made Clothing, etc.

FARM PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE

MIDLAND, ONT.
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MINNESING - A post office in the township of Vespra, 9 miles
  from Barrie.

Degeer, H., carpenter              } Palmer, J., constable
Firth & Co., shingle factory       } Ronald, Andrew, P.M., store
Jackson, T. E., teacher            }    keeper
                         ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

MONO CENTRE - A small village in the township of Mono, 40
  miles from Barrie and 10 from Orangeville.

Christie, Rev., Wm., Presbyterian  } Laidlaw, Alex., farmer
Henry, Andrew, township treasurer  } Wilson, John, P.M., store keeper
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

MONO MILLS - A thriving village, partly in the township of Mono, and
  partly in the townships of Caledon and Albion, Co. Cardwell, situate
  on a branch of the river Humber which affords excellent power. Distant
  from Brampton 23 miles; from Barrie, 45 and from Paisley, a station of
  the Toronto, Grey & Bruce Railway 7 miles. The neighborhood was first
  settled about the year 1820. English, Presbyterian and Wesleyan churches.
  Population about 500.

Allen, John, P.M., gen. mer.       } McLaughlin, Michael, prop. grist
Allen, Richard, J.P., farmer       }    & carding mills
Allen, Wm., farmer                 } McLaughlin, Patrick, merchant
Bell, Rev. C., Presbyterian        } McLaughlin, Thos., teacher
Campbell, Wm., J.P., farmer        } McManus, George, clerk, county
Chambers, J. W., hotel keeper      }    court appraiser, Canada P. B.
Dodds, Robert, farmer              }    & S. Society
Duggan, R., hotel keeper           } Martin, S., J.P., farmer
Duke, Wm., farmer                  } Maxwell, Robt., carriage maker
Headon, R., farmer                 } Mitchell, M., J.P., farmer
Henderson, Wm., blacksmith         } Potter, Hugh, farmer
Henry, James, farmer               } Potter, Thos., farmer
Henry, Robert, farmer              } Rawn, Jacob, farmer
Ieffers, James, carpenter          } Ryan, James, tailor
Kidd, John, farmer                 } Speers, Alex., farmer
Kingsborough, Wm., farmer          } Simpson, Isaac, blacksmith
Lawrence, Dr., druggist & grocer   } Smith, Rev. J., Wesleyan
Lennox, Henry, sen., druggist      } Vance, John, J.P., farmer
   & grocer                        } Vance, Wm., farmer
Lindsay, Rev. P., Church of        } Wallace, James, farmer
   England                         } Wilson, Louis, shoemaker
McCallum, D., hotel keeper         } 
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MOUNT ST. LOUIS - A small village on lot 11, 5th con., township
  of Medonte, 20 miles from Barrie.

Barr, Frank, shingle maker         } Flanagan, P., blacksmith
Connor, P., shoemaker              } Hussey, J.P., P.M., store-
Coulson, James, inn keeper         }    keeper
Fitzgerald, John, store keeper     }
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MULMUR - A post office on lot 1, 8th con., township of Mulmur,
  31 miles from Barrie and 19 from Angus Station. The neighborhood
  was first settled in 1828 by John Little.

Amess, Charles, hotel keeper       } Murphy, John, P.M., store
Jennings, Thos., shoemaker         }    keeper
Little, J., farmer                 } Phillips, Wm., cooper
McBride, Wm., store keeper         } Wilson, W. H., carder & cloth
Mitchell, James, blacksmith        }    dresser
                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


NEVIS - A small village on lot 11, 10th con., township of Oro, 18
  miles from Barrie. Population about 150.

Beaton, Neil, farmer               } McKay, Donald & Findlay, farmers
Bell, Lachlin, farmer              } McMullen, Lachlan, farmer
Black, Hector, farmer              } McWhimie, Henry, weaver
Clark & Jermey, lumber manfrs.     } Manning, George, farmer
Crawford, Geo., Wm. & Robt., far-  } Mathieson, Neil, weaver
   mers                            } Mitchell, Wm., store keeper
Ferguson, Rev. James, Presbyterian } Nevis, J. G., P.M.
Fletcher, Alex., farmer            } Robertson, Wm., hotel keeper
Calbraith, Donald, farmer          } Shaw, George and Peter, farmers
Jermey, Samuel, farmer             } Storey, David, farmer
Lawrence, S., M.D.                 }
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NEW LOWELL - A village and station on the Northern Railway in the
  township of Sunnidale, 17 miles from Barrie. Population about 250.

Allison, A., salesman,             } McDonald, Angus, laborer
Anderson, W., farmer               } McIntosh, Duncan, tailor
Bell, Angus, clerk                 } Mather, James A., general
Brett, Thomas, millwright          }    merchant, com. in B.R.
Cameron, A., hotel keeper          } Middlebrooks, Wm., farmer
Campbell, Peter, lumber inspector  } Murray, John, sawyer
Carr, Wm., sawyer                  } Orr, John, farmer
Deacon, James, blacksmith          } Paton, Peter, Sen., P.M.
Dom. Tel. Co., A. Paton, agent     } Paton, Andrew, general mer-
Douglass, Wm. C., station master,  }    chants.  (See adv)
   agt., Mont. Tel. Co.            } Pauley, Thos., farmer
Dow, Robt., engineer               } Pengelly, James, turner
Fleming, Andrew, blacksmith        } Pengelly, John, laborer
Gill, Patrick, carpenter           } Prentice, Alex., prop. saw-mill
Hay & Paton, lumber and furniture  } Price, Samuel, shoemaker
   manfrs                          } Rancier, Joseph, wagon maker
Jennings, Abel, farmer             } Smith, Theodore, farmer
Kennedy, Lyman, farmer             } Snow, Wm., section foreman, N.R.
Lesslie, Thos., carpenter          } Tennant, Walter, teacher

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A. PATON, NEW LOWELL

Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, and General Merchandise

Office Dominion Telegraph Company.
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NEWTON ROBINSON - A village on lot 24, 10th con., Township of Tecumseth,
  18 miles from Barrie and 9 from Bradford. Population about 150.

Dickey, John, farmer               } Hudson, Mrs., hotel keeper
Ferguson, John, farmer             } McClellan, Andrew, blacksmith
Hipwell, J. R., P.M., general      } Towns, W. G., woollen mills
   merchant                        }
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NICOLSTON - (Carluke) - A village on the Nottawasaga River, in the
  Township of Essa, 3 miles from Alliston, 6 from Cookstown and 14
  from Gilford Station. Population about 100.

Apperley, Thomas, mason            } Miller, Wm., blacksmith
Graham, John, storekeeper, agent   } Nicol, John, P.M., proprietor
   Montreal Telegraph Company      }    grist and saw mills
Hicks, John, wagon maker           } Porter, Miss N., teacher
Madden, James, carpenter           } Upton, George, prop. woollen
Mayberry, James, hotel keeper      }    mills
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

NOTTAWA - A flourishing village in the Township of Nottawasaga, 3 miles
  from Collingwood. This place was first settled in 1853 by Messrs. Rowed,
  Melville, J. Bruce, Alex. Buist and D. F. Holden. The village contains
  a flouring mill of 3 run of stones, capable of turning out 30,000 barrels
  of flour annually. Several stores, mechanics shops &c. There is a Presby-
  terian Church in the village. Population about 400.

Anderson, Robt., shoemaker         } Holden, Benj. F., carpenter
Brown, Archibald, wagon maker      } La Rush, Charles, photographer
Bruce, Jamieson, cabinet maker     } La Rush, Wm., prop., Nottawa
Buist, David E., agent agricult-   }    House
   ural instruments                } McDermid, John
Commercial Hotel, Alex, Currie,    } McGibbon, John, blacksmith
   prop.  (See adv)                } McKenzie, John, wheelwright
Conn, Robt., saddler               } McLean, Dougald, hoel keeper
Currie, Alex., prop., Commercial   } McLeod, Wm., blacksmith
   Hotel                           } Melville, Andrew, P.M.
Davidson, Wm., farmer              } Melville, Fair & Co., millers and
Furlong, Wm., teacher              }    merchants.   (See adv)
Gemmel, Gilbert, grocer            } Melville, Johns, agent Mon-
Glassford, Thomas                  }    treal Tel. Co.
Glassford, W. S., general merchant } Montreal Telegraph Co., John
Gowan, James, weaver               }    S. Melville, agent
Harris, Edward, shoemaker          } Morrison, Donald
Moulds, George, teamster           } Scott, Walter, manager, Melville
Nottawa Hotel, Wm., La             }    Fair & Co.
   Rush, prop.,  (See adv)         } Smith, James, shoemaker
Ovas, James A., geneal merchant    } Swalm, George, carpenter
Ovas, James A., jun., salesman     } White, Thos., blacksmith
Potts, Samuel, miller              } Wiggins, C. & H., general
Ramsay, Wm., blacksmith            }    merchants
Rowed, H. & J., props., steam car- } Wells, Mrs., A., Union Hotel
   riage and wagon factory, (See   } Wiley, Edw., cooper
   adv.)                           }
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MELVILLE, FAIR & CO.

NOTTAWA AND COLLINGWOOD

MILLERS & GENERAL MERCHANTS

Direct Importers of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
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Barrel and Bag Flour always on hand

ANDREW MELVILLE THOMAS W. FAIR
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NOTTAWA HOTEL
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WILLIAM LA RUSH - - PROPRIETOR
NOTTAWA
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Commercial Agents and Travellers will find this house most comfortable and
convenient. Commodious stables and sheds adjoining the house.
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H. & J. ROWED
CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKERS AND BLACKSMITHS
NOTTAWA, ONT.
~~~~~

All work warranted and repairs done on the shortest notice. Buggies,
Carriages and Cutters kept constantly on sale. Farming and Agricultural
Implements of all descriptions always on hand.
JOHNB M'GIBBON, H. & J. ROWED, Blacksmith Carriage Makers
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COMMERCIAL HOTEL
(Late Henry Wiggins)
ALEXANDER CURRIE, ----- Proprietor

NOTTAWA, ONT.
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Every accommodation for guests. The best Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Commodious rooms for commercial travelles. Good stabling attached.
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ORIILIA - A large and important village situate on Lake Couchiching,
  in the township of Orillia, in a section of country celebrated for its
  varied and lovely scenery, and excellent sporting and fishing grounds.
     There is a fragment of early history connected with the site of
  Orillia which may prove interesting. In the year 1615, the celebrated
  Champlain, "the first pioneer," explored the Upper Ottawa passing up
  the Mattawan River to Lake Nipissing and thence by the French River to
  Lake Manitou or the Georgian Bay and Lake Huron where the exploration
  of the adjacent country was continued. At length he reached Cahiague,
  the present Orillia, one of the chief lodges of the powerful and warlike
  Hurons. Champlain joined this tribe in an expedition against the Iroquois
  in which the Hurons were signally defeated, and Champlain himself wounded.
  This inaugurated the dreadful war between those tribes which after several
  years of almost uninterrupted hostility, resulted in the annihilation of
  the Hurons, as a separate tribe; a few of their descendants now occupy the
  village of Lorette in the Province of Quebec.
     In the year 1831, the British Government made a treaty with the
  Ojibways for a village site and at once built a Council Room, an Episcopal
  church, a schoolhouse, sixteen log houses, and a much larger and more
  substantial one of the same material for the chief's private residence.
  The chief William Yellowhead died about seven years ago and is buried in
  the English churchyard. The old house is now, after great improvements,
  used as the Episcopal parsonage.
     In 1838, the whites petitioned for a landing, which was granted, and
  the Indians were removed to Rama in Ontario county, where, a church,
  schoolhouse and dwellings were provided for them and the entire possess-
  ion of Orillia was secured to the whites.
     In 1832, the first white settlers arrived. Gerald Alley, Esq. being
  the first. In 1836 only six white families resided in the village, viz:
  Robert Bailey, Michael Bowers, Jacob Gill, Andrew Moffatt, Neil Morrison
  and John Rowe. Robert Bailey, Andrew Moffatt, Michael Bowers, John Harvie
  and John O'Connor are the oldest settlers living here now (1872). In the
  year 1835 the Post office was established;  Gerald Alley,  first  Post
  master, previous to this time, Thomas McCausland carried the mails to 
  Barrie, a distance of 28 miles. Within the past few years Orillia has
  rapidly increased in extent, wealth and population, and its prospects
  for the future are even more favorable. Manufacturing establisheds are
  springing up and few, if any, towns in Ontario posses better facilities
  for this branch of industry. The Northern Muskoka Juction and Midland
  railways centre here. Steamers ply to all ports on Lake Simcoe, the
  extensive Muskoka Free Grant territory is in the neighborhood, the local
  trade extensive, the population enterprising, and the future prosperity
  of Orillia is a certanity, and, that is advent as a TOWN, perhaps, a
  COUNTY TOWN is not very remote, is equally sure.
     Stage communication by Harvie & Midland's line to Bracebridge Rosseau,
  Parry Sound and intermediate places, and in winter through to Parry Sound.
  Railway connexion with all parts of the country will be opened in the
  course of the next year.
     Orillia is distant from Barrie 27 miles, Bell Ewart 50, Washago 12,
  Gravehurst via Washago by stage 14, Coldwater 14, Midland 19 and Toronto
  20.  Population 2000.

     CHURCHES - Church of England, Rev. A. Stewart, rector. Canada 
  Presbyterian, Rev. John Gray. Wesleyan Methodist, Rev. Robert Fowler.
  Roman Catholic, Rev. K. A. Campbell.

     THE following are the chief manufacturing establishments:-

     COUCHICHING MILLS - James & Budd, builders, sash, door and blind
  saw and planing mills. Steam, aggregate 65 horse power, 70 hands, capacity
  20,000 feet lumber and 15,000 shingles a day.

     ORILLIA FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS - Macbean & Bartholomew, steam 20
  horse power, average 20 hands.

     BAILEY BROTHERS - Builders, sash, door and blind factory, steam 35
  horse power, average 25 hands.

     ORILLIA HUB AND SPOKE FACTORY - J. & S. Bailey. An extensive and
  increasing business is done by this enterprising firm.

     A. TAIT - Steam shingle fctory, capacity 20,000 a day.

     ORILLIA TANNERY - S. Wainwright, steam 10 horse power, capacity
  3500 hides per annum.

     ORILLIA CARRIAGE FACTORY - Wm. Ramsey. This is the most extensive
  business of the kind in the county.

     GEORGE J. BOOTH - Cabinet maker etc. This is one of the oldest
  establishments in the village and maintains a first class reputation.

     TORONTO HOUSE - Cabinet works, Thomas B. Mitchell.

     VILLAGE OFFICERS, 1872, - James Quinn, Reeve; George Booth, James
  Bailey, Hugh Sutherland, Samuel Wainwright, Councilmen; F.J.R. Grant,
  Clerk and Treasurer; James Jackson, Inspector; James Gow, Overseer of
  Highways; John Hammond, Constable; J. J. Hind, J. Copeland, Assessors.

Allen, James, blacksmith           } Bingham, W., P.M.
Alport, A. J., accountant,         } Blain, Wm., salesman
   Mississaga.  (See card)         } Bolster, George I., general mer-
Amey, Alpheus, boarding house      }    chant, Mississaga
Amey, Garrett, boarding house      } Booth, George, W., cabinet maker
Ardagh, John A., M.D., Peter       } Booth, George J., cabinet
Armstrong, F. W., land surveyor,   }    maker and undertaker, Mississ-
   Mississaga                      }    aga.  (See adv)
Atkinson, Thos., accountant, West  } Booth, Robt., clerk
Bailey Bros., (John & Wm.),        } Booth, Thos., carpenter
   builders, sash factors, St.     } Booth, Tilbey, farmer
   Andrew  (See adv)               } Boulton, Major C. A., manager
Bailey, J. L. & S., hub, spoke,    }    Midland Railway
   and turning factory, West. (See } Bovaird, James, prop. Commercial
   adv)                            }    Hotel, Mississaga
Bailey, J. W., butcher             } Boyd & Son, hairdressers, Missis-
Bailey, Robt., general merchant,   }    saga
   West                            } Budd, Joseph, (Janes & Budd)
Bailey, Robt., carpenter           } Burnet, P., P. L. Sureyor
Bailey, Wm., carpenter             } Byrne, Thomas, saddler, Mississaga
Bain, Alex., tailor                } Campbell, Geo., lumberer
Bartholomew, Lewis,                } Campbell, John, tailor
   (Macbean & Bartholomew)         } Campbell, R. P., carpenter
Beecher & Silliman, (H.B. & J.R.)  } Carley, Joseph, boat builder
   lumber merchants, A. F.         } Carpenter, W. H., flour and feed,
   Dulmage, agent, Front           }    Peter
Berry, George, baker and           } Church, D., Royal Hotel
   confectioner, Peter. (See adv)  } Clarke, Angus, master str Cariella
Berry, John, shoemaker             } Clench, E. C., foreman,
Bingham, Wesley, hardware,         }    Northern Light
   Mississaga                      } Coleman, D., salesman
Coleman, John, printer             } Dunn, Frank, carpenter
Collett, John, merchant            } Dunn, John, baker
Commercial Hotel, J. Bovaird,      } Dunn, Robt., carpenter
   proprietor                      } Dunn, Thos., carpenter
Cooke, Frederick, (Kermott &       } Dunn, Wm., carpenter
   Cooke)                          } Edgar, Fenton, & Corbould,
Cooke, Herbert, ass't druggist     }    barristers, &c.  (See
Coolahan, Wm., salesman            }    card)
Copeland, James, carpenter         } Edmonds, John, saddler, Mississaga
Corbet, George H., M.D.,           } Edwards, W., hotel keeper
   Colborne                        }    Mississaga
Corbould, Charles                  } Elliot, C. Schomberg, M.D.,
Corbould, G. E., (Edgar, Fenton &  }    cor. Peter & Colborne
   Corbould)                       } Elliott, Thomas, clerk
Creamer, Thos., salesman           } Elliott, Wm., bookkeeper
Dallas, Thomas, clerk 6th Division } Ellis, Thomas F., general 
   Court, agent Western Ins. Fire, }    merchant, Mississaga. (See adv)
   &c., Mississaga (See card)      } Elwell, G. T. C., druggist, etc.
Daniels, Thos., saddler, Front     } Empey, A. M., agent Dom. Tel.
Dancy, Henry N., bricklayer        }    Co.
Darling, H. teller, Dominion Bank  } Evans, Frank, barrister, Mississaga
Dean, John, carpenter              } Expositor, P. Murray, prop.
Dick, Peter, fanning mill manuf    }    Mississaga.  (See adv)
Dillon, Hugh, foreman Beecher &    } Fitzgeral, P., boots and shoes,
   Silliman                        }    Mississaga
Dissette & Hoy, (Richard; Robert)  } Fortier Bros., painters, West
   saddle and harness makers,      } Fowlie, Albert, surveyor
   Mississaga.  (See adv)          } Fox, John, carpenter
Dodge & Co., lumber merchants,     } Fraser, G. T., clerk
   Mississaga                      } Frost, John A., baker, Peter
Dominion Bank, H. S. Scadding,     } Fuller, B., grocer, Mississaga
   agent, Peter                    } Furniss, Frank, bricklayer
Doolittle, Alva, prop.             } Galbraith, A. H. S., clerk
   Orillia House                   } Galbraith, John, engineer Midland
Douglas, John, saddler             }    R.R.
Douglas, W., teacher               } Gardner, Mrs.
Duffy, Michael, prop., Monteagle   } Gibson, John, mason
   House                           } Gill, B. & E., pumpmakers, Elgin
Dulmage, A. F., agent Beecher &    } Goffatt, Mrs. M., milliner
   Silliman                        } Goffatt, Thos., general merchant,
Dulmage, Alex., supt. Woodlands,   }    Mississaga
   Beecher & Silliman              } Goodall, James M., gardener,
Dulmage, G. W., painter            }    Matchedash
Dunlop, Alex., senr., boarding     } Gordon, Rev. John, Presbyterian
   house, West                     } Grant, Fred. J. R., conveyancer,
Dunlop, Alex, butcher, Mississaga  }    land agent, appraiser Can.
Dunlop, Thos. B., baker, West      }    Per. B. & S. Society (See adv)
Gray, Rev. John, Presbyterian      } Kean, Frank, general merchant,
Gray, Thos., tanner                }    Mississaga
Gribbin, F. J., grocer, gent's     } Kelly, John, clerk Dodge & Co.
   furnishings, etc., Mississaga   } Kelsey, Wm., agent Thompson,
Hale, George H., foreman Packet    }    Smith & Son, Peter
Hale, W., editor and prop.,        } Kennedy, Alex., general merchant,
   Packet                          }    Mississaga  (See adv)
Hammond, John, boots and shoes,    } Kennedy, Francis, blacksmith
   Peter                           } Kennedy, James, bookkeeper,
Harris, Rev. Richard H., Church    }    Elgin
   of England                      } Kermott & Cooke, (C. H. &
Harvie, Alex., miller              }    Fred.) chemists and druggists
Harvie, Charles, farmer            }    etc.  (See adv)
Harvie, James, teamster            } King, Athenias, J.P.
Harvie, John, Harvey & Millard     } Knox, John, pattern maker
Harvie & Millard, (John & James),  } Lawrence, W. H., veterinary surgeon
   stage and livery props.         } Lee, B. E., printer, Northern Light
   (See adv)                       } Leef, Wm. H., salesman
Hattley, J. J., butcher, Mississaga} Leitch, John, mate, str. Cariella
Hayes, Wm., wheelwright            } Lewis, George, wagon maker
Henderson, J. P., accountant,      } Lloyd, Robt., machinist
   Mississaga                      } Lloyd, Wm., clerk, Queen's
Heyden, Lawrence, barrister        }    Hotel
Hind, J. J., merchant, Mississaga  } Lloyd, Wm., carpenter
Hoy, Robt., (Dissette & Hoy)       } Lyon, O. N., flour, feed, grain
Hugg, Frank, salesman              }    etc., Mississaga (See adv)
Humme, Julius, photographer        } McAlpine, James, turner
Husband, Richard, saddler          } McAulay, Alex., lumber merchant
Jack, J. T., salesman, W. Bingham  } McAulay, W. J., lumber merchant
Jackson, James, mason              } McCallum, A. P., Peter
Jackson, John, wheelwright, Col-   } McCorquodale, Duncan, salesman
   borne                           } McCullough, Thos., mariner
Jackson, Wm., livery               } McDonald, Alex., engineer
Jackson, W. W., brewery            } McDougall Bros., tanners
James, A. R., clerk                } McDougall, Thos., New Dominion
James, R. A., builder              }    Hotel
Jameson, Charles, engineer str.    } McFee, John, machinist
   Cariella                        } McGann, John, carpenter
Janes & Budd, (Reuben and Joseph)  } McGinn, John, shoemaker
   lumber manufacturers, props.    } McIlvaine, Charles, teacher
   saw mills.  (See adv)           } McInnis & Bolton, (Charles & Jas.)
Jefferis, B. G. & Co., watch-      }    shingle manfr's
   makers and jewellers, Mississaga} McIntyre, Donald, shoemaker
   (See adv)                       } McKay, Angus, carpenter
Jellett, Thomas, printer, Packet   } McKay, Walter, carpenter
Johnston, Charles                  } McKinlay, Colin, salesman
Jones, Robt., cabinet maker        } McKinlay, Duncan, wagon maker
McLean, Donald, blacksmith         } Newland, George, tanner
McLeod, James, blacksmith          } Newton, George, painter,
McMillen, D., refreshments &c.     }    Matchedash.  (See adv)
McMinn, Daniel, blacksmith         } Newton & Foster, butchers
McMullen, A. W. B., grocer, Front  } Noble, Thomas, watchmaker
McMullen, J. C., land and general  } Northern Light, Robert Ramsay,
   agent, accountant               }   editor and prop.
Macbean & Bartholomew, props.,     } Nugent, Henry, carpenter
   Orillia Foundry                 } O'Brien, J. D., clerk, Mulcahy & Co.
Macnab, George C., merchant,       } O'Brien, L. R.
   Front                           } O'Conner, Maurice
Magee, Charles, bookkeeper         } Oliver & Co., builders
Manier, Robt., tinsmith            } Orillia Foundry and
Martin, John, woodworker           }    Machine Works, Macbean
Mead, George, haridresser etc.,    }    & Bartholomew, propr's.
   Mississaga.  (See adv)          }    (See adv)
Meredith, John, machinist          ) Orillia House, A. Doolittle,
Millard, James, (Harvie &          }    prop.
   Millard)                        } Orillia Packet, W. M. Hale
Miller, C. J., currier             }    editor and prop. (See adv)
Miller, Levi, agent Dodge & Co.    } Overend, Wm., foreman, A. Tate
Mitchell, Thomas B., cabinet       } Pace & Main, (Robt. and Thos.),
   maker and undertaker, cor. West }    merchants
   and Colborne.  (See adv)        } Parkhill, Robt., tailor, Mississaga
Milloy, John, fireman              } Passmore, Isaac, butcher, Mississaga
Minthorn, John W., fruitere        } Peard, Henry & Wm., bricklayers
Moffat, Andrew, J.P.               } Perry, J. & J.B., general merchants,
Moffat, Thos. W., general merchant }    Mississaga
Moffat, W., Green Bush Hotel       } Phillips, David, tinsmith, West
Monteagle House, Michael Duffy,    } Porter, J. T., clerk
   prop., Front.  (See adv)        } Powley, S. P.
Moore, Christopher, prop.          } Provincial Insurance Co.
   Albion Hotel, Missisaga         }    J. White, agent
Moore, Robert, restaurant, Peter   } Quail, George, blacksmith
Morgan, Thos., printer Packet      } Queen's Hotel, M. Reddington,
Morris, James, carpenter           }    superintendent.  (See adv)
Morrison, Malcolm                  } Quick, Frank, boarding, Peter
Morrison, Mrs. Neil                } Quinn, James, lumber merchant
Mulcahy, Thomas & Co., general     } Ralston, A., shoemaker, Mississaga
   merchants                       } Ramsay, Alex., wheelwright
Munro, Alex., wheelwright          } Ramsay, Robert, M.D.
Murray, P., editor and prop.,      } Ramsay, Robert, ed. and prop.,
   Expositor                       }    Northern Light
Miles, John, sawyer                } Ramsay, Wm., carriage builder,
Newcombe, David, shoemaker         }    Coldwater
New Dominion Hotel, Thos.,         } Reddington, M., sup't. Queen's
   McDougall, prop.                }    Hotel
Reid, George, wagon maker          } Sullivan, John, boots & shoes,
Reide, James, master str Ida Burton}    Mississaga.  (See adv)
Renthern, Wm., carpenter           } Summers, Geo. B., bookkeeper
Robinson, Thos., carpenter         } Sutherland, Donald, clerk
Robinson, Sam'l S., solicitor      } Sutherland, H., lumber merchant
   (See card)                      } Sutherland, John M., bookkeeper
Ross, Robert                       } Switzer, Charles R., (B.G.
Ross, Robert, wagon maker          }    Jefferis & Co.)
Ross, Robert, sawyer               } Tate, Andrew, prop. saw mills
Rowe, Basil R.                     } Tate, J. W., engineer
Rudge, John, moulder               } Taylor, George
Russell, L. A., watchmaker         } Taylor, James, printer, Light
Rutherford, Andrew, butcher        } Taylor, James D., shoemaker
Sanson, D. L., J.P., general mer-  } Thompson, Frank, salesman
   chant & steamboat prop (See adv)} Thompson, J. B., watchmaker &
Sanson, James                      }    jewller, Mississaga. (See adv)
Scadding, H. S., ag't Dominion     } Tindale, Robert, livery
   Bank                            } Tipping, George, clerk
Scott, Henry, carpenter            } Tite, George, dry goods,
Scott, Wm., contractor             }    groceries, &c., painter
Seager, E., dentist, Front         } Todd, James, wheelwright
Shanahan, James, manufacturer      } Tramp, Alfred, blacksmith
   & dealer in boots & shoes, Peter} Trimble, Wm., bookkeeper
   (See adv)                       } Tudhope, Bros., hardware, 
Shaw, George, cabinet maker        }    Mississaga
Shears, John P., bookkeeper, T.    } Tudhope, Wm., sen., blacksmith
   Smith & Son                     } Vandenstein, L., artist
Sheppard, Thos., bookkeeper,       } Vick, George, baker, flour &
   Dodge & Co.                     }   feed, Mississaga  (See adv)
Shrapnel, Edw. S.                  } Wainwright, Arthur, tanner
Shrapnel, Henry, N.S.              } Wainwright, Samuel, prop.
Slaven, John W., chemist and       }    tannery
   druggist, bookseller, etc.      } Walker, James
   Mississaga                      } Wallace, Joseph, tailor, Mississaga
Slee, John, shoemaker              } Warnica, Thos. R., blacksmith,
Smith, Alex. E.                    }    Mississaga
Smith, James, carpenter            } Warren, Samuel, carpenter
Smith, Thomas, wagon maker         } Wellman, Thos., bricklayer
Smith, Thompson & Son., lumber     } Went, George, fruits, &c., Peter
   merchants                       } Wheeler, Benj., carpenter
Staunton, James, carpenter         } White, Benj. S., blacksmith
Staunton, Thos., engineer st'r Ida } White, Joseph, insurance agt.,
   Burton                          }    agt. Montreal Telegraph Co.,
Stephenson, J. A., grocer          }    Vicker's Express, &c., Mississaga
Stewart, Rev. A., Church of        }    (See adv)
   England                         } Whitehead, J. W., clerk
Strathern, James, lumber merchant  } Wiley, Miss Alice, asst. P.O.
Wiley, Thos., carriage maker,      } Winskill, Wm., moulder
   Coldwater                       } Winters, J., painter
Wilson, G.                         } Wood, Joseph, foreman sash fact'y
Wilson, George M., general         } Woodhouse, Joseph, cutter
   merchant.  (See adv)            } World, John, general merchant,
Wilson, Leonard, merchant          }   Mississaga
Wilson, Wm.                        } Wright, Robt., gardener, West

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HARVIE & MILLARD
GENERAL
STAGE AND LIVERY STABLE PROPRIETORS

Commercial Travellers and pleasure seekers will find, at this Establishment, Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours, on short notice.

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STABLES NEAR STEAMBOAT LANDING, ORILLIA, Ont.

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Stages to Bracebridge, Rosseau, Parry Sound, &c.
________________________________________

TORONTO

CUSTOM BOOT AND SHOE STORE

PETER STREET, ORILLIA
__________
JAMES SHANAHAN - - - - - - - PROPRIETOR
__________
Superior workmanship done at the lowest possible prices for cash
J. SHANAHAN
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EDGAR, FENTON & CORBOULD
BARRISTERS AND ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY, CONEVEYANCERS, &C.
OFFICE ---------------MASONIC BUILDINGS,
MISSISSAGA STREET, ORILLIA
________________________________________

THE MEDICAL DISPENSARY
TUDHOPE'S BRICK BLOCK, MISSISSAGA STREET,
ORILLIA, ONTARIO
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KERMOTT & COOKE
Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS
AND SEEDSME
________________________________________

THE "PACKET"
is published
EVERY FRIDAY
at his office
ORILLIA, ONTARIO
- by -
W. M. HALE ----------------- Editor and Proprietor
________________________________________

ELEPHANT HOUSE
ORILLIA
___

D. L. SANSON
GENERAL MERCHANT
Has always on hand an immense stock of
CARPETS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES,
Hardware, Glassware, Crockery, Boots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps, Ladies' Jackets,
School Books, Stationery, Dye-Stuffs,
Fancy Goods,

PATENT MEDICINES, &C., &c.,
Cheap for Cash, or Produce
-ALSO-

STEAMBOAT PROPRIETOR
________________________________________

B. G. JEFFERIS & CO.,
ORILLIA
____

WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS,
dealers in
Russell, American, English and Swiss Watches,
FROM THE BEST MAKERS
REPAIRS OF WATCHES, &c., NEATLY EXECUTED.
___________________
B. G. JEFFERIS, - - - - - - BEAVERTON.
wholesale and retail
DRUGGIST, STATIONER AND JEWLLER
________________________________________

GO TO
GEORGE MEAD
TO HAVE YOUR HAIR CUT
______
All the latest improvements in Shaving, Shampooing, Dyeing, &c.,
Special attention given to Cleanliness and Comfort.
An immense stock pf Meershaum & Briar Pipes, Bowis, Stems, Cigar
holders &c. All kinds of the best Oils and Perfumery kept in stock.

George Mead, Hairdresser &c., two doors from the new Bank,
Mississaga Street, Orillia.
________________________________________

O. H. LYON
dealer in
FLOUR, FEED, PROVISIONS
and
COARSE GRAIN
MISSISSAGA ST., - - NEAR WHARF
________________________________________

PARIS BOOT AND SHOE STORE
JOHN M. SULLIVAN
Superior Workmanship - - First-class Quality
MISSISSAGA ST., ONTARIO
________________________________________

FRED J. R. GRANT
CONVEYANCER, &C., &C.,
- agent for the -
CANADAN PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY, - - ORILLIA, ONT.
________________________________________

NO. 1 MINTHORN'S BLOCK

GEORGE M. WILSON

DEALER IN

DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY
AND GLASSWARE

DRESS AND MANTLE MAKING, TAILORING ETC.

MISSISSAGA ST., ORILLIA
________________________________________

GENERAL AGENCY
CORNER MISSISSAGA AND PETER STREETS
ORILLIA
____

Telegraph, Express, Insurance, Steamship, and
General Agency.
J. WHITE Agent
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ORILLIA HUB AND SPOKE FACTORY
J. L. AND S. BAILEY,
MANUFACTURERS OF

Hubs, Spokes, Neck-yokes, Whiffletrees, Pick-handles and
General Turning.

ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED AT
________________________________________

GEORGE NEWTON

(From Brighton, England)

House and Decorative Painter and Paper
Hanger

MATCHEDASH ST., ORILLIA
________________________________________

TORONTO HOUSE
THOMAS B. MITCHELL

Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer and Undertaker

COR., WEST AND COLBORNE STREETS, ORILLIA

Funerals provided at the shortes notice.
________________________________________

ORILLIA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS

MACBEAN & BARTHOLOMEW

manufacturers of

STEAM ENGINES,

Boilers, Circular Saw-mills, Shingle Machines, Single and Double
Jointers, Shingle Drag Sawing Machines, Furnace Feeders. (For
feeding funaces with saw-dust by machinery.) Slab saws, Trimmers
and all kinds of Mill Machinery and Mill Castings in Iron and Brass,
Wood Drag Sawing Machine (for two horses.) Ploughs, Cultivators, Horse
Hoes, Straw Cutters, &c., &c.

ORILLIA, ONT.
________________________________________

HOUSE OF ALL NATIONS !

T. F. ELLIS & CO.,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS,

importers of

Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes.

Teas, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, China, Glassware & Crockery.
_____________________

Country Merchants, Lumbermen, Railwaymen, Hotel Keepers
and Farmers, Supplied on the Most Favorable Terms.

MINTHORN'S NEW BLOCK, - - - - - - - ORILLIA, ONT.
________________________________________

THE NORTHERN LIGHT

is published

EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING,

BY

R. RAMSAY & CO.,
AT ORILLIA, ONT.
TERMS:- $1.00 per year, paid in advance; 1.50 paid within Three Months, or
$2.00 when not so paid.
________________________________________

THOMAS DALLAS,
CLERK OF THE DIVISIONAL COURT,
GENERAL MERCHANT, COMMISSIONER IN B.R.,
and
AGENT FOR THE WESTERN ASSURANCE CO. OF TORONTO
BIBLE DEPOSITORY,
Mississaga Street, - - - - - - - - - ORILLIA.
________________________________________

BAILEY BROS.

BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS,

manufacturers of

PLANED LUMBER, FLOORING,

DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,

MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, SCROLL-WORK,

WINDOW-FRAMES, &c.

St. Andrew St., - - - - - - Orillia, Ont.

GEORGE J. BOOTH,

CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER,

dealer in all kinds of

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, TABLES, &c.,

Pianos, Cabinet Organs and Melodeons,

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,

Concertinas, Fancy Goods and Toys, Fancy Indian Work.

BRICK BLOCK, MISISSAGA STREET,

ORILLIA, ONT.
________________________________________

DISSETTE & HOY
SADDLERS AND HARNESS MAKERS
MISSISSAGA STREET
ORILLIA
________________________________________

COMMERCIAL HALL
________
ALEXANDER KENNEDY

GENERAL MERCHANT
Dealer in

DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,

CLOTHING, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY & GLASS,
HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, FLOUR & FEED,

WINES AND LIQUORS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FRESH WATER & SALT WATER FISH, AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE.

ORILLIA
________________________________________

GEORGE VICK,
WHOLESALE BREAD & BISCUIT BAKER,
general
FLOUR, FEED AND PROVISION STORE.
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SPECIALTY MADE IN THE FLOUR TRADE

ORILLIA, October 16, 1872.
________________________________________

GEORGE BERRY
BAKERSLAND CONFECTIONER
(Next Door to the "The Northern Light" Office)
PETER STREET, - - - - - - - - - - - ORILLIA
Refreshments at all hours. Oysters, Fruit, Cane, Ice Cream, &c. in season
________________________________________

SAMUEL S. ROBINSON

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, CONVEYANCER, &C.,

ORILLIA

Agent for the Canada Landed Credit Co. for loaning Money on Real Estate,
Gore District & Queen's Fire Insurance Companies. Every description of
debt, open accounts, rents, &c. collected.
________________________________________

MONTEAGLE HOUSE

MICHAEL DUFFY, Proprietor,

FRONT STREET, ORILLIA

BAR WELL SUPPLIED WITH CHOICEST LIQUORS AND CIGARS

AM OBLIGING HOSTLER ALWAYS IN ATTENDANCE
________________________________________

A. J. ALPORT

Accountant, Arbitrator, Valuator & General Agent.

AGENT FOR -

The Royal Insurance Company, and Freehold Permanent Building & Savings
Society, Toronto,

Masonic Buildings, - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ORILLIA
________________________________________

THE "EXPOSITOR"

IS PUBLISHED

EVERY THURSDAY

AT THE

Office in Booth & Corbett's New Brick Block, ORILLIA, ONT.,
AT $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE
Advertising rates moderate P. MURRAY
________________________________________

QUEEN'S HOTEL

ORILLIA
___

MARK REDDINGTON - - SUPERINTENDENT

This new and first-class Hotel is situated near the Lake Shore, and
commands a fine view of

THE SURROUNDING BEAUTIFUL SCENERY

The rooms are Large, Handsomely Furnished, Well Ventilated and
Families may be supplied with separate suites for themselves.
Every facility given to Tourists and Pleasure Parties.
________________________________________

J. B. THOMPSON

MISSISSAGA ST., ORILLIA
________

WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER

dealer in

GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES

CLOCKS, SILVER WARE, FINE JEWELLERY, ELEC-
TRO-PLATED WARE AND FANCY GOODS
______________

The largest and Best Assorted Stock in Orillia
______________

FINE WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELLERY CAREFULLY
REPAIRED. ALL GOODS AND WORK WARRANTED.
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PAINSWICK - A small village in the Township of Innisfil, 4 miles
   from Barrie.

Huggard, John, P.M., hotel-        } Musgrove, John, miller
   keeper                          } Quance, J., carpenter
Lennox & Hewson, flour mills       } Sloan, Robert, blacksmith
Lyons, B., general merchant        }
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PENETANGUISHENE - A village situate on the bay of the same name, 
   in the Townships of Tiny and Tay, 34 miles from Barrie and 98
   from Toronto. This village has long been a place of note; a 
   fort was established here during the last war with the United
   States and kept up until a few years ago, when the garrison was
   withdrawn. The chief trade is in furs and fish, and provisions
   for the mining districts on the north shore of Lake Huron. The
   village contains English, Roman Catholic and Methodist churches.

      In the year 1859, the Reformatory was established about three
   miles from the village. The present building is of four stories,
   have a front of 404 feet and the height is 88 feet. Every necessary
   accommodation is provided, and health, cleanliness and industry are
   the rule; the moral physical, religious and educational training of
   the boys is most carefully attended to, and the kind and firm disc-
   ipline maintained by the superintendent, Mr. William Moore Kelly,
   places this institution in the enviable rank of a model for similar
   establishments.
      Steamers connect with Collingwood and stages with Barrie. There
   is excellent water-power in the neighborhood. Population about 600.

Abbs, George, engineer stave fact'ry}   and insurance agent. (See adv)
Allen, James A., tinsmith           } Davidson, David, saw mill
Allen, Wm., sen., pensioner         } Debeau, Joseph, livery stable
Allen, Wm., laborer                 } Drennan, Wm., farmer, Reformatory
Brecette, Hypolite, carpenter       } Dubois, Narcisse, prop. Globe Hotel
Burke, Serg't D., guard, Reforma-   } Dunlop, Archibald, general
   tory                             }    mechant
Cadeau, Peter, laborer              } Dusome, Joseph, clerk Globe
Charlebois, Israel, laborer         } Featherstonhaugh, Wm., dep. warden
Charlebois, C., hotel keeper        }    Reformatory
Charlwood, G. A. F., agent Hotch-   } Gamelin, Edw., carpenter
   kiss & Co.                       } Gendron, Michael, shoemaker & tanner
Columbus, Henry, clerk A. A.        } Gilmour, Dr.
   Thompson                         } Guignac, F. X., blacksmith
Columbus, Lewis, blacksmith         } Hallan, Rev. George, Ch. of England
Copeland, George, grist & saw mills } Irvine, David, carpenter
Darling, James S., P.M., dep.       } Irving, John, bookkeeper
   collector customs, land, general } Irwin, Wm. H., student at law
Jeffery, H. E. & Bro., general      } Thompson, Harvey, clerk
   merchants, merchant tailors, &c. } Thompson, Xavier, conveyancer,
   (See adv)                        }    com. in B.R., &c., (See
Jeffery, Fred W., (H. E. Jeffery    }    card)
   & Bro.)                          } Weir, John, tailor
Jeffery, Henry E., com. in B.R.,    } Wright, James, butcher
   clerk 9th Division Court         } Wright, Wm., tailor
Jeffery, Mrs., widow Edward         } Kelly, Wm. Moore, warden
Perrault, Edw., farmer              }    Reformatory
Ploofe, Eusebe, harness maker       } Kennedy, Jas. M., medical student
Rae, Donald, cooper, Reformatory    } Kennedy, Rev. J.P., R.C. chaplain,
Reinbird, John, shoemaker,  "       }    Reformatory
Reynolds, T. M., stave factor       } Kerr, Rev. Peter, Wesleyan
Robinson, J., shingle factor        } Lafreniere, Antoine, wheelwright
Rourke, Andrew, keeper Reformatory  } La Rush, Pierre, photographer
Rutledge, Wm. N., collector         } Leduc, Thos., laborer
   customs, residence Coldwater     } Lemieux, D., carpenter
Sneath, Alfred, steward, Reformatory} Lora, Romede, blacksmith
Spohn, Philip H., M.D., surgeon,    } McLaren, Hugh, baker
   Reformatory                      } McRoberts, R. B., clerk
Sylvester, John, carpenter          } Marcille, A., blacksmith
Tessier, Gilbert, prop. Canada      } Marlatte, R. C., M.D., druggist
   Hotel.  (See adv)                } Moreault, Toussaint, baker
Thompson, Alfred A., J.P., general  } Mundy, Michael, wagon maker
   merchant.  (See adv)             } Murphy, Edw., teacher
Thompson, H. H., general mechant    } Parker, Robt. J., keeper Reformatory

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A. A. THOMPSON
dealer in
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE
and
GENERAL MERCHANDISE:
_________
The Highest Cash Price Paid for All Descriptions of
RAW FURS
_________
Water St., Penetanguishene, Ontario
________________________________________

H. E. JEFFERY & BRO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
dealers in
Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Boots & SHoes,
Hats & Caps, Ready-made Clothing, Hardware,
&c. &c.

PENETANGUISHENE
________________________________________

XAVIER THOMPSON

Conveyancer, Commissioner in B.R.
ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES,

Appraiser Canada Permanent Building & Savings Society

PENETANGUISHENE
________________________________________

CANADA HOTEL

GILBERT TESSIER, PROPRIETOR

PENETANGUISHENE, ONT.
________

This House has been recently Refitted and Refurnished, and offers
the best accommodation for Travellers and Tourists.
________________________________________

JAMES S. DARLING

(Deputy Collector of Customs)

Land, General and Insurance Agent,

PENETANGUISHENE
________________________________________

PENVILLE - A village on lot 19, 4th con. Township of Tecumseth,
   26 miles from Barrie and 10 from Bradford. The village was
   settled in 1832 by Adney Penfield. Population about 150.

Bryson, Neil, pumpmaker            } Miller, Mrs. Ann, dressmaker
Chantler, J. G., merchant          } Patchel, Rev. Thos. H., Wesleyan
Davidson, Rev. J., Ch. of England  } Penfield, Albert, hotel keeper
Douglass, Mrs. Ann, seamstress     } Stone, Isaac, farmer
Dunham, John, carpenter            } Strangway, F. S., J.P., farmer
Egan, W. J., teacher               } Sydie, Alex., blacksmith
Graham, Alex., weaver              } Totten, Wm., prop. saw mill
Havelock, J. C., wagon maker       } Turner, E. T., P.M., general
Hutton, ALex., butcher             }    merchant
Jamison, Alex., pedlar             } Walls, Joseph, farmer
Jones, Wm., carpenter              } West, Miss M., teacher
McLean, Archibald, weaver          } Wilkinson, Rev. J., New Connex'n
McMinn, Samuel, carpenter          } Winans, Miss F., dressmaker

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E. T. TURNER

PENVILLE
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Ready-Made Clothing & Cloths
HATS, CAPS & GLOVES, GROCERIES, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE
HARDWARE
BOOTS & SHOES, COAL OIL & LAMPS, DYE STUFFS, PATENT MEDICINES, &C.
________________________________________

PHELPSTON - A post-office in the Township of Flos.

                        Platt, R. H., P.M.
                        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

POINT KAYE - A post-office in the Township of Monck.

                        Kaye, Charles, P.M.
                        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PORT SEVERN - A post-office in the Township of Tay, 40 miles
   from Barrie.

Christie, Alex. R., lumber       } McDermid, John, blacksmith
   manufacturer.                 } Mcneilley, Andrew, mill foreman
Christie, Peter                  }
                       ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PRIMROSE - A village in the Township of Mono.

Dodds, Geo., P.M., general       } Henderson, Edw., hotel-keeper
   merchant, appraiser Canada Per} Moore, Noble, blacksmith
   Building and Savings Society. } Sheppard, George, flour mills.

RAYMOND - A post-office in the Township of Watt.

                        Anthony, Suffern, P.M.
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

RELESSEY - A post-office in the Township of Mono.

                        Wilson, Robert,  P.M.
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ROSEMONT - A village situate on the four corners of the Townships
  of Adjala, Mono, Mulmur, and Tossorontio, in the midst of one of
  the most fertile sections of the County. The village was first
  settled by Hugh Morrison and a family named Gilmore. There are four
  churches in the vicinity: English, Presbyterian, and Wesleyan and
  Primitive Methodist. Distant from Barrie 32 miles, and from Angus
  19 miles. Population about 200.

Aberdeen, James, blacksmith        }    keeper,
Amess, Joseph, shoemaker           } Hillick, John, tailor
Armstrong, T. M., M.D.             } Hutchinson, Rev. S., Presbyterian
Brown, John, storekeeper and       } McLaren, Duncan, waggon-maker
   blacksmith                      } Morrison, Alex., proprietor
Campbell, Rev. T., Wesleyan        }    Rosemont Hotel. (See adv)
Corbett & Bro., druggists,         } Morrison, Hugh, J.P., farmer
   groceries, &c.                  } Morrison, John, farmer
Cumberland, James, saddle and      } Newell, John, hotel-keeper
   harness-maker                   } Robinson, Mrs.
Cumming, Geo., P.M., com. in       } Solomon, Wm., farmer
   B.R., conveyancer, general      } Tate, Joshua, farmer
   merchant. (See adv)             } Walker, Rev. J., Prim. Methodist
Evans, Robt., veterinary surgeon   } Walker, Rev. Thaddeus, Church of
Gowan, Thos. & Co., storekeepers   }    England
Henderson, Thos., hotel and store- } Wright, Wm., wagon-maker

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GEORGE CUMMING
ROSEMONT, P.O.
MONEY ORDER AND BILL STAMP OFFICE
GENERAL MERCHANT
COMMISSIONER IN B. R., CONVEYANCER, &C. ~~~~~~~
Agent for the Singer Sewing Machines; Fleury's Ploughs,
Gang;s Horse Hoes, &c., Patterson Bros'. Fanning Mills,
Straw Cutters, &c., Canada Permanent Building
and Savings Society; Depository of the Upper
Canada Auxiliary Bible Society; Issuer of
Marriage Licenses.
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ROSEMONT HOTEL
~~~~~~
ALEX. MORRISON - - PROPRIETOR
~~~~~~
Good accommodation for Guests. Sample Rooms for Commercial
Travellers. ROSEMONT, ONT.
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RUGBY - A village in the Township of Oro, lot 11, con. 13. Distant
   from Barrie 21 miles. The first settlers were Andrew and George
   Robertson, and George Brown.  Population about 50.

Adam, James, blacksmith            } Robertson, Andrew, farmer
Ball, James, P.M., storekeeper     } Sanderson, Rev. J. G., Congrega-
Jackson, Peter, shoemaker          }    tional
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

SEVERN BRIDGE - A small village in the Township of Morrison,
   2 miles from Washago.

Bailey Bros., photographers        } McKenzie, Charles, hotel-keeper
Blackaby, Richard, farmer          } Nichols, Charles, teamster
Jackson, J. H., P.M., gen. mer.    } Street, Charles, saw-mill
Johnson, Adam, shoemaker           } Wilson, Thos. G., general merchant
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

STAYNER - An incorporated village and Station of the Northern
   Railway, in the Township of Nottawasaga, 23 miles from Barrie,
   9 from Collingwood and 86 from Toronto. It was first settled
   about the year 1854, by Donald Bain, George Bell, Gideon Phillips,
   Thomas Cundle and Andrew Coleman, and was incorporated June 5th
   1872. The village plot contains 500 acres. A. M. Ingersoll was the
   first returning officer.
      Stayner is rapidly increasing in importance. The population which
   in 1866 numbered 400, is now (1872) increased to nearly 1200. There
   are excellent facilities for manufacturing purposes. The surrounding
   country is very fertile, and the local trade first-class.
      The village contains English, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic,
   Wesleyan and Baptist churches.
      The following are the chief manufacturing establishments:-
      George Randolph, sawmill, steam, 50 h.p., 60 hands, capacity
   about six millions feet per annum.
      R. B. Hannah, tanner, established 13 years, steam, 16 h.p.
      Nottawasaga Foundry, Jackson & Harriman, steam, 10 h.p.
      M. McLeod, sash, door, and blind, turning factory; steam, 15 h.p.
      Liverpool Carding Mills, M. Walton.
      William Keating, flour and grist mills.
      A. M. Ingersoll, Northern glove &c. factory.

Adams, J. M., stoves and tinware     }
Aikenhead, Miss E., straw milliner   } Darrach, John, carpenter
Algeo, J. G.                         } Dominion Telegraph Co., D. J.
Allen, Henry, flour and feed         }    Beaton agent.
Andes Insurance Co., fire, W. B.     } Draper, Joseph, plasterer
   Sanders agent                     } Earls, T., insurance agent
Arnold, Robert                       } Emes, Miss H., dressmaker
Aylsworth, Rev. I. B., Wesleyan      } Fleming, Lawrence, engineer
Beaton, A. H., M.D., coroner         }    sawmill.
Bishop, H., tinsmith                 } Forster, Rev. W. R., Church of Eng.
Black, Angus, hotel keeper           } Fox, J., plasterer
Bladen, W. H., haridresser           } Furlong, Thomas, shoemaker
Boomer, Isaac, carpenter             } Gartlan, M., (Long Bros. and
Brown, John, brick manufacturer      }    Gartlan.)
Brown, Mrs. J., teacher              } Geyer, Albert, painter
Briggs, Albert, carder               } Goulding, James, manager
Briggs, Rev. S., Church of England   }    Queen's Hotel
Brock, Jacob, carpenter and          } Goulding, Thomas, furniture dealer
   builder, planing factory          } Hannah, Robert B., tanner,
Buffy, W. V., carpenter              }    proprietor shingle mills
Cahill, Thomas, switchman            } Harriman, James, (Jackson &
Campbell, Neil, baker                }    Harriman.)
Canada Permanent Building and Savings} Henderson, Hugh, shoemaker
   Society, E. B. Sanders, agent     } Henry, William, saddler
 ------------------------------      } Heron, William, bricklayer                                                                       Central Hotel, R. Switzer,           } Hill, Andrew, merchant tailor
   proprietor.  (See adv)            } Hislop, Robert, jun., lumber dealer
Chapman, C. J., hotel keeper         } Holmes, Nathan, plasterer
Chapman, Frank, blacksmith           } Hudson, Fred, carpenter
Cheeseman, Henry, teamster           } Hunter, Andrew, carpenter
Coborn, Hugh, blacksmith             } Ingersoll, A. M., glove
Cole, R. J., station master          }    manufacturer. (See adv)
Colemans's Hotel, R. H.              } Irvine, George, mason
   Coleman supt.  (See adv)          } Isolated Risk, Insurance Co., fire,
Coleman, R. H., supt. Coleman's      }    W. B. Sanders, agent
   Hotel                             } Jackson & Harriman (Geo.
Coleman, Richard, carpenter          }    and James,) props., Nottawasaga
Collins, G. & Son, groceries and     }    Foundry. (See adv)
   wholesale liquors.                } Jackson, J. W., clerk
Colwell, Jabez P., tailor            } Jakeway, Aaron, tin and
Constable, James, saleman            }    coppersmith
Cross, John, painter                 } Jakeway, C. E., M.D.
Darby, G. L., dry goods and groceries} Keating, Wm., flour mills
Kelly, Edward, agent agricultural    } 
   implements                        } Queen's Hotel, P. McSherry
Kennebrook, D., grocer               }    prop., James Goulding
Kenny, Thomas, saddler               }    manager. (See adv)
Laidlaw & Nicol (J. D. & Alex.)      } Randolph, George, lumber
   general merchants                 }    merchant, prop. saw-mill
Little, Simon, blacksmith            } Rawn, Christopher, carpenter
Long Bros. and Gartlan               } Reid, William, general merchant
   general merchants                 } Richardson, M., general merchant
McAllister, Angus, turner            } Sanders, Edgar B., attorney
McBeth, John, saleman                }    at law, etc.
McDonald, Donald, cooper             } Sanders, W. B., chemist and
McDonald, L. A. & Co., general       }    druggist, insurance agent
   merchants                         } Shinneman, F., wheelwright
McEachren, Peter, teacher            } Shortiss, Edward
McKeggie, John, J.P.                 } Smith, Fred, shingle factory
McKeggie, J. H., postmaster          } Smith, John, shoemaker
McLeod & Mabee (Dougal &             } Smith, Wm., general merchant
   Daniel), general merchants, (See  } Smith, W. H., livery stables,
   adv)                              }    (See adv)
McLeod, Martin, builder, prop.,      } Spence, Wm., telegraph operator
   sash and door factory             }    station
McMaster, A. G., hardware            } Stewart, D. A., agent J. M. Adams
McNab, Donald, blacksmith            } Summerfeldt, A. H., hotel keeper
McSherry, P., prop., Queen's         } Swarts, Abraham, tailor
   Hotel, (See adv)                  } Switzer, Robt., prop. Central
Maidens, Fred., prop., Stayner       }    Hotel
   Hotel                             } Tobin, Wm., track master
Mabee, Daniel, (McLeod &             ) Todd, W., farmer
   Mabee)                            } Tremblett, Frank, veterinary surgeon
Martin, Henry, foreman saw-mill      } Vansise, J., carpenter
Mathers, John, wagon maker           } Wallace, Alex., merchant and
Matheson, Neil, plaasterer           }    auctioneer
Murray, John, lumber dealer          } Walton, Matthew, woolen mills
Nottawasaga Foundry,                 } Warnica, L. B., watchmaker
   Jackson & Harriman props., (See   } Weise, Frank, carpenter
   adv.)                             } West, Richard, carpenter
O'Brien, Arthur, bookkeeper          } Wharrier, Robert, machinist
O'Reilley, Rev. M., Roman            } Williamson & Beaton,
   Catholic                          }    (Wm. & E. J.) drugs & stationery
Parkinson, Joseph, general merchant  } Wilson, W. N., bookkeeper
Parsons, Miss Alice, millinery       } Winram, Wm., foreman, G. Randolph
Parsons, Thomas, general merchant    } Woods, J., butcher
Phillips, Gideon                     }
Provincial Insurance Co., fire, W. B.}
   Sanders, agent

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NORTHERN GLOVE FACTORY
STAYNER
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A. M. INGERSOLL,

Manufacturer of and Dealer in

GLOVES, MOCCASINS, BUCK-SKIN MITTS, %C.
CASH PAID FOR DEER SKINS
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COLEMAN'S HOTEL
R. H. COLEMAN, - - - Superintendent,
MAIN ST., STAYNER
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Good Accomodation for Travellers, and Attentive Hostlers.
_______

The Bar is well supplied with the best brands of Liquors and Cigars
________________________________________

W. H. SMITH

LIVERY STABLE - - - PROPRIETOR,

STAYNER, ONT.

COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS & TOURISTS

Will find at this establishment Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours,
on short notice
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QUEEN'S HOTEL

P. McSHERRY, - - - - - PROPRIETOR

MAIN STREET, STAYNER
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Excellent Accommodation for Travellers & Tourists
GOOD STABLING AND ATTENTIVE HOSTLERS
CHOICE WINE, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
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M'LEOD & MABEE
MAIN STREET, STAYNER
Dealers in

        Dry Goods,     Ready-Made      Crockery,         Hats,
        Groceries,      Clothing,      Boots & Shoes,    Caps,
And all kinds of Goods generally found in

A WELL-STOCKED COUNTRY
STORE
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CENTRAL HOTEL
STAYNER, ONT.
_____
ROBERT SWITZER, PROPRIETOR
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Good Accommodation for Guests
_____

BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
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NOTTAWASAGA FOUNDRY,
STAYNER.
___ JACKSON & HARRIMAN,
ENGINEERS AND FOUNDERS
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c.
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EVERY DESCRIPTION OF CASTINGS MADE TO ORDER
Repairs Promptly Executed
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STEELE - A post-office in the Township of Oro.

                   Steele, John C., P.M.
                     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

SUNNIDALE - A post-office in the Township of Sunnidale.

Blough, Isaac, section foreman     } Greig, David, switchman
Brasher, Fred, shingle manuf.      } Smith, George, hotel keeper
Carter, Isaac, shingle manuf.      } Smith, Reuben, general merchant

SHANTY BAY - A post-office in the Township of Oro, 6 miles from
   Barrie.

Fletcher, Rev. Joseph, ch. of Eng. } Heard, W., P.M.
                    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

SHELDON - A village on the townline of Mono and Adjala, 3 miles
   from Rosemont, 10 from Mono Mills, and 34 from Bradford.
   Population 100.

Beatty, Thos., prop. saw-mills     } McGorgen, Wm., farmer
Bullock, George, farmer            } Parker, Geo., miller and farmer
Colwell, John, farmer              } Webb, John, farmer
Culbert, James, farmer             } Webster, Manasseh, P.M.,
Hetherington, Jas. H., blacksmith  }    merchant
Lee, Thomas, shoemaker             } Webb, Joseph, farmer

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M. WEBSTER

SHELDON, ONT.
-Dealer in-
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, &C.,

Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Clothing, Boots &
Shoes, and Farming Implements
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SINGHAMPTON - A village on the county lines between Simcoe and
   Grey, 35 miles from Barrie, and 14 from Collingwood. There is
   excellent water power in the neighborhood. Population about 150.

Algeo, James, shoemaker             } O'Neil, Thos., wagon-maker
Bell, Angus, conveyancer, ag't. Can.} Pearson, Wm., miller
   Per. Bldg. and Savings Society   } Rancier, Joseph, waggon-maker
Blackstock, Edw., hotel-keeper      } Rowbotham, Wm., hotel-keeper
Donaldson, John, M.D.               } Sing, J. R., commissioner
Gowan, Wm., hotel-keeper            } Sproule, R. J., storekeeper
Hamilton, Jas., P.M., merchant      } Stinson, John, storekeeper
Hilden, James, blacksmith           } Thompson, George, saddler
Londrie, Eli, storekeeper           } Thornbury, Thomas, M.D.
McKinnon, Donald, blacksmith        }
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

SISTERVILLE - A small village one mile from Arlington.

Brown, George, farmer               } Heaslip, James, hotel keeper
Brown, Thomas, book agent           } Henderson, James, wheelwright
Cornelius, J. H., farmer            } Stephens, Thomas, blacksmith
Graham, Henry, farmer               }

STANTON - A village on lot 5, 6th con. Township of Mulmur, 35
   miles from Angus station. Good water-power in the vicinity.
   Population about 100.

Bates, Thos., hotel keeper          } Hall, Wm., carpenter
Beatty, W. H., P.M., merchant       } Love, John A., merchant, ?p. treas.
   & hotel keeper                   } Pearson, Wm., cabinet maker
Bradshaw, W. C., teacher            } Renwick, John, carpenter
Brown, Thos., shoemaker             } Sindles, John, carpenter
Cauthers, Andrew, blacksmith        } Summerfelt, J. B., prop. grist mill
Colquhoun, Malcolm, contractor,     } Waite, Jared, wagon maker
   issuer marriage licenses         } Walker, John, farmer
Hand, Wm.                           }
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

TECUMSETH - formerly called Clarksville - an important village on lot
   10, con. 8, Township of Tecumseth, 30 miles from Barrie and 12 from
   Bradford. This village, recently settled, in the midst of a country
   unsurpassed in the county for its fertility and a station of the North
   Western railway, possesses advantages which will in a few years give 
   it a place among the most flourishing inland towns of the country. The
   early settlers were F.S. Stephens, Selby Evans and Wm. Hammill. Popula-
   tion about 300.

Barton, Wm.                        } McAdam, John, farmer
Baxter, C., hotel keeper           } McGinniss, W., assessor
Carson, John H., teacher           } McKenzie, J., farmer
Coleman, Rev. ------               } McPherson, C., gen. merchant
Conklin, Andrew, carpenter         } Miller, George, sawyer
Craig, Scott, plasterer            } Mustard, J., farmer
Dickson, W. H., clerk Div. Court,  } Nicol, R., butcher
   ins. agent                      } Orr, W., shoemaker
Douglas, Robert, carpenter         } Owen, Isaac, cooper
Dunn, Francis, carpenter           } Owen, Jacob, showman
Evans, Selby, farmer               } Redfern, T., laborer
Ferguson, Robt., carpenter         } Reed, A., carriage-maker
Field, John, laborer               } Riddell, J., farmer
Forsyth, D., pumpmaker             } Robins, H., teamster
French, W. H., shingle manuf.      } Root, Wm., farmer
Hammill, Francis, shingle factor   } Steele, W., hotel-keeper
Hammill, R., blacksmith            } Silvester, Henry, gen. merchant
Hall, Henry, laborer               } Smart, A. & W., farmers
Hall, Wm., laborer                 } Smart, Geo., laborer
Huffman, J., harness maker         } Smith, John, saw-mill
Johnson, John, carriage maker      } Sprole, John, saw-mill
Jones, D. A., P.M.                 } Switzer, R., cabinet-maker
Jones, D. A. & L. M., general      } Tench, C. R. & H., sash & shingle
   merchants                       }    factory
Keffer, T. D., M.D.                } Train, A.
Lambert, C., tailor                } Watson, Dr., druggist, agent Mont.
Latimer, Francis, carpenter        }    Tel. Co.
Lowery, J., blacksmith             } Whiteside, W. N., M.D.

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D. A. & L. M. JONES,
GENERAL MERCHANTS,
TECUMSETH
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THOMPSONVILLE - A small village in the Township of Tecumseth, about
   3 miles from Alliston.

Banting, John, J.P., farmer        } Schmietndorf, John, P.M.,
English, Robert, farmer            }    general merchant
Fisher, Thomas, farmer             } Thompson, James, farmer
McGeary, John, hotel keeper        } Thompson, Martin, lumberer
Maynard, Alfred, blacksmith        } Thompson, Thomas
                                   } Train, Wm., grist and saw mills
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

THORNTON - A village on lot 15, 11th con. Essa and lot 1, 7th con.
   Innisfil, 9 miles from Barrie and 7 from Allendale. The village
   contains English, Methodist and Baptist churches. Population 100.

Allen, Mrs., seamstress            } Lennox, Thos., farmer
Armstrong, Samuel, storekeeper     } McCarthy, Geo., innkeeper
Armstrong, S., teacher             } Madill, Dr.
Byrnes, Edward, blacksmith         } Power, Rogers, laborer
Callaghen, R. A., M.D.             } Scott, John, P.M., storekeeper
Cunningham, A., teacher            } Scott, Thos., cabinet maker
Cunningham, Richd., carpenter      } Scythes, George, carpenter
Fyfe, Jos., weaver                 } Scythes, Thos., farmer
Graham, John, wagon maker          } Sproule, Jos., carpenter
Henry, Augustus, gardener          } Stewart, Alex., innkeeper
Henry, Thos., farmer               } Sullivan, John
Hill, Arthur, farmer               } Thompson, J. W., blacksmith
Hipwell, Humphrey, storekeeper     } Wright, Samuel, farmer
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

TOLLENDAL - A village in the Township of Innisfil, opposite Barrie,
   pleasantly situated on Kempenfeldt Bay, 1 1/2 miles from Allan-
   dale. The water privileges here are excellent. The Tollendal Mills,
   John Galbraith, proprietor, contain three run of stones and have a
   working capacity of 400 barrels of flour per week. A saw mill adja-
   cent will manufacture 300,000 feet of lumber during the season. The
   Longbridge flour and saw mills are of equal capacity. Pop. about 100.

Collins, Joshua, teamster           } Rear, Clark, miller
Cook, Joseph, sawyer                } Robertson, Wm., carpenter
Ford, James J., miller              } Ronan, Patrick, farmer
Galbraith, John, prop. Tollendal    } Sheppard, Wm., laborer
   Mills.  (See adv)                } Sibbald, John, carpenter
Matheson, ------, miller            } Snead, John, sawyer
May, John, cooper                   } Wilson, James, teamster
Morrow, John, prop. Longbridge Mills}

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TOLLENDAL FLOURING MILLS,

JOHN GALBRAITH,
PROPRIETOR

TOLLENDAL, ONT.
Address, Allendale P.O.
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CASH FOR WHEAT
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ULLSWATER - A small village in the Township of Watt, lot 38, con-
   cession A, about 75 miles from Barrie, and 120 from Toronto.

Buckerfield, Wm. H., farmer        } Kingshot, James, farmer
Bunn, George, P.M., farmer         } Kingshot, Wm., farmer
Creasor, George, farmer            } Knight, Henry, farmer
Creasor, Henry, farmer             } Oulson, Erasmus, farmer
Eckford, John, farmer              } Putnam, Horace, farmer
Gaffney, James, farmer             } Putnam, Philander, farmer
Gaffney, John, farmer              } Richardson, Fred., farmer
Gaskell, James, farmer             } Sibbet, Wm., painter
Hunt, Robert, farmer               } Sims, Miss Bertha, teacher
Innis, John, farmer                } Sims, Ered., clerk
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

UTOPIA - A post office and flag station on lot 30, 6th con., Township
   of Essa, ten miles from Barrie, and two and a half from Angus.

Clark, Benjamin, timber culler     } Millner, Rev. J., Primitive
Coleman, Robert, road master,      }    Methodist
   N.R.C.                          } Peacock, John, blacksmith
Dawson, Thos., P.M., general       } Perry, John A., builder
   merchant                        } Ramsbotham, James, sawyer
Edmondson, James, prop. grist and  } Russell, Michael, gardener
   saw-mills                       } Smith, Hugh
Collon, Thomas, farrier            } Smith, M., hotel keeper
Grant, Alexander, miller           } Walkingshaw, William, millwright
                                   } Wilkinson, Alexander, teacher
                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

VANVLACK - A post-office in the Township of Flos.
                
                          Vanvlack, John, P.M.
                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

VASEY - A post-office in the Township pf Tay.

Coulter and Lawrence, millowners   } Vasey, Mark, P.M., store-
Daniel, Walter, tailor             }    keeper
Stewart, Wm., shoemaker            }
                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

VICTORIA - (Craigvale post-office.) A village in the Township of
   Innisfil, 7 miles from Barrie, 4 from Bramley, and half a mile
   from Craigvale, population, about 80.

Brunskill, Thos., M.D.             } Peacock, Thomas, butcher
Chantler, John, general merchant   } Sibbald, Thomas, shoemaker
Dodson, James, wagon maker         } Stott, George, shingle factory
Ellis, John, general merchant      } Tyer, Edw., tailor
Ellis, John, tailor                } Webb, Lot, blacksmith
Holmes, Rev. J. W., Wesleyan       } Webb, Mark, hotel keeper
Myers, Adam, hotel keeper          } Webb, Thomas, farmer
Neeley, Wm., farmer                } Whitebread, George, teacher
Orchard, Mrs., (widow Robert)      }
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

VIGO - A small village in the Township of Flos, 11 miles from Stayner.

Dalton, James, storekeeper         } Gallagher, John, innkeeper
Gallagher, Denis, P.M.,            } Gubbin, H., innkeeper
   storekeeper                     } Platt, R. H., storekeeper
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

VICTORIA HARBOR - Situate on Hog's Bay, Georgian Bay, 16 miles from
   Penetanguishene and 10 from Coldwater. The chief business here is
   the manufacture of lumber. The extensive mills of Kean, Fowlie &
   Co., have a capacity of 60,000 feet a day.

Casselman, W. H., hotel keeper     } McDermott, John, mill foreman
Hill, William, carpenter           } Paxton, Adam, millwright
Kean, Fowle & Co., mill proprietor } Pawley, Geo., P.M., storekeeper
Leitch, Neil, blacksmith           } Spence, J. C., carpenter
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

VINE - A post-office on lot 1, 10th con., Township of Innisfil, 7
   miles from Barrie.

                        Simpson, Richard, P.M.
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

WABASHENE - A post-office in the Township of Tay, 5 miles from
   Coldwater. There is an extensive saw mill here, capacity about
   100,000 feet per day.

Buck, T. W., P.M., mill supt.      } Jones, G. T., machinist
Hanley, John, M.D.                 } Pierson, J. R. mill foreman
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

WARMINSTER - A village in lot 6, 14th con., Township of Medonte,
   7 miles from Orillia, 7 from Coldwater, and 28 from Barrie. The
   road connecting the Georgian Bay, and Lake Couchiching passes
   through the village. The surrounding country is very fertile.
   Population, about 100.

Ball, Henry, blacksmith            } Harris, Henry, farmer
Ball, John, farmer                 } Hickey, William, farmer
Barr, Walter, farmer               } Kelly, Richard, farmer
Cowan and Gibbs, props. saw mill   } Lazier, Nicholas, innkeeper
Deacon, William, G., P.M.,         } Livingston, Duncan, innkeeper
   general merchant                } McHugh, John, carpenter
Declare, Joseph, farmer            } Rix, Wm., farmer
Donelly, Peter, store and innkeeper} Rogers, Peter, tinsmith
Dutton, Wm., storekeeper           } Thornton, Michael, farmer
Gibbs, George, engineer            } Wright, George, gardener
Graham, Richard, farmer            }
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

WASHAGO - A village on Lake Couchiching, and a station of the
   Muskoka Juction Railway in the Township of North Orillia, 10
   miles by water from Orillia, and 12 by land. The water power
   here is almost unlimited, and excellent inducements are offered
   for the establishment of all kinds of manufactures. Direct
   communication with the Muskoka Free Grant territory and all points
   on Lake Simcoe. Distant from Toronto, 80 miles.

Blain, Thomas, boarding house      } Hawkins, James, waggon maker
Cozzens, R. H., P.M., lumber       }    and blacksmith
   merchant                        } Ormsby, James, prop. Washago
Dinsmore, Richard, laborer         }    Hotel
Gordon, Neil, wharfinger           } Parks, Matthew, butcher
Harvie & Millard, stage proprietors} Sharp, Patrick, hotel keeper
Hammill, Charles, laborer          } Wilson, H. J., sawyer
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

WAVERLEY - A small village on the corners of the Townships of Tiny,
   Tay, Flos and Medonte, 22 miles from Barrie. The neighborhood was
   first settled in 1829 by David Bannister.

Bannister, John, P.M., general     } Jamieson, D., wheelwright
   merchant                        } Jordan, David, carpenter
Bell, A., storekeeper              } McLean, Duncan, blacksmith
Davis, C. C., hotel keeper         } Thompson, Edward, storekeeper
                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

WEST ESSA - A village situate between lots 5 and 6, con. 1 and 2
   Township of Essa, about 24 miles from Barrie, and 10 from Angus
   station. The neighborhood was settled in 1830 by Robert Ruthven
   and Robert Bryce. There are a Methodist and an English church in
   the vicinity.

Aitcheson, John, carpenter         } McLeod, Alexander, tailor
Drury, James, merchant             } Reilly, Thomas, shoemaker
Fletcher, Samuel, blacksmith       } Stevenson, Wm., J.P.
Henderson, David, P.M., merchant   } Turnbull, Robert, farmer
Keating, James, wagon maker        } Whiteside, John, farmer
Loundes, Mrs., hotel keeper        } Wilkinson, John, farmer
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

WHITEFIELD - A village on lot 18, centre road, Township of Mulmur,
   about 40 miles from Barrie. The neighborhood was first settled
   about the year 1832. Church of England, Canada Presbyterian and
   Wesleyan churches in the vicinity. Population about 100.

Archer, James, carpenter           } Henry, P. D., P.M.
Archer, William, carpenter         } Laking, William, farmer
Bailey, John, cabinet maker        } McCutcheon, David, farmer
Campbell, Hugh, teacher            } Mews, Thomas, blacksmith
Davidson, John, farmer             } Raeburn, Thomas, farmer
Dean, John, farmer                 } White, Thomas, shoemaker
Dorsey, Thos., wagon maker         } White, Thomas, shoemaker
Ferris, Archibald, farmer          } Williamson, Thomas, farmer
Henderson, David, farmer           } Wilson, George, farmer
                           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

WINDERMERE - A village on lot 30, 8th con. Township of Watt, District
   of Muskoka, 80 miles from Barrie and 75 from Orillia. The village
   was first settled in 1864; John Shannon, Peter Shannon, Archibald
   Taylor, Thomas Aitken and David Fyfe, first settlers. The soil in
   the vicinity is very productive and the township is rapidly increase-
   ing in wealth and population.
      The Prosperity of Windermere is due in great measure to the enter-
   prise of Mr. John Shannon, of Deeside, in the neighborhood, who 
   erected first class mills and expended large sums in public improve-
   ments. An extensive tannery is being built, and churches and schools
   will soon follow.

Aitken, Thomas, P.M.               } Huggard, Rich'd, farmer
Aitken, Scott, farmer              } Shannon, Alex., general merchant
Barber, Daniel, farmer             } Shannon, John, mill. proprietor
Bowman, Jas., farmer               } Shannon, Peter, farmer
Creesor, John, farmer              } Smalbane, John, farmer
Dawson, Wm., farmer                }

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JOHN SHANNON

PROPRIETOR

DEESIDE FLOUR AND SAW MILLS,

WINDERMERE

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WYEBRIDGE - A village in the Township of Tiny, on the Penetanguishene
   road, 6 miles from that village and 26 from Barrie. The adjoining
   land is of excellent quality. The river Wye, in the vicinity, affords
   excellent water-power. English and Presbyterian churches. Mr. Lummis
   is the proprietor of excellent flouring, grist and saw mills on the
   river. Population, about 200.

Blay, Angus, painter               } McGregor, Allen, farmer
Casselman, Hermon, hotel keeper    } McKinlay, Francis, blacksmith
Casselman, Z., lumber merchant     } McRae, Nelson, storekeeper, agent
Clark, Miss C. E., teacher         }    Mont. Tel. Co.
Edwards, Wm., hotel keeper         } Moses, Max, storekeeper
Ellery, Samuel, foreman sawyer     } Robins, Thos. (Robins & Smith)
Fitzpatrick, Hugh, shoemaker       } Robins & Smith, props. Royal
Froats, Gordon, cabinet maker      }    Hotel, and butchers
Grant, Archibald, lumber dealer    } Rogers, L., millwright
Kemp, John, brick manuf.           } Royal Hotel, Robins & Smith,
Kennedy, Gilbert, carpenter        }    props.  (See adv)
Lummis, John, prop. grist and      } Smith, Wm., (Robins & Smith)
   saw mills.  (See adv)           } Soden, Henry, shoemaker
Lummis, Wm., miller                } Scarfe, J., blacksmith
McGregor, Daniel, P.M., general    } Vincent, Wm., miller
   merchant                        }
                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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WYEBRIDGE MILLS

Flouring and Sawing

JOHN LUMMIS, PROPRIETOR

WYEBRIDGE, ONTARIO
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CASH FOR GRAIN AND LOGS
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ROYAL HOTEL, Wyebridge

SMITH & ROBINS, PROPRIETORS
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Good Accommodation for the Travelling Public.
BEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
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Sample Rooms for Commercial Travellers.
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STAGES TO AND FROM BARRIE DAILY
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ADJALA
POST-OFFICES - Arlington, Athlone, Ballycroy, Connor, Fintona, Kennansville, Loretto, Sheldon. Con Lot Con Lot Adamson, William 1 27 f } Brown, James A. 7 13 f Aheard, Patrick 7 12 h } Brown, John 7 27 f Aikens, Edward 2 31 f } Brown, John 7 14 f Allen, Robert 1 30 f } Brown, Martin 6 2 h Armstrong, A. 2 32 h } Brown, William 8 25 f Atkinson, William 1 8 f } Brown, Thomas 3 32 f Barker, James 1 28 f } Brown, Thomas 7 13 f Barber, William 2 29 f } Burke, A. W. 7 19 f Barnes, Robert 2 24 f } Burke, Hugh 6 11 f Barry, Edward 5 13 h } Burke, James 3 29 f Barton, James 6 14 h } Burke, Patrick 2 31 h Barton, Robert 6 13 f } Burke, Walter 8 29 f Barton, William, J., merchant 3 17 f } Burke, William 2 25 f Baxter, Wm., jun. 5 30 h } Caffrey, John 6 4 f Baxter, Wm., sen. 5 30 f } Caldwell, Charles 5 2 f Beatty, Benjamin, sawyer 1 14 f } Caldwell, Samuel, jun. 3 8 h Beatty, Henry, jun. 3 2 f } Caldwell, Samuel, sen. 3 4 h Beatty, Samuel 5 1 f } Callaghan, Francis 7 5 f Beatty, William 5 1 f } Callaghan, Thomas 5 27 f Beers, William 5 10 h } Campbell, Mrs. 4 3 f Bergin, James 8 5 f } Campbell, William 1 20 h Brazill, James, innkeeper 3 30 f } Canavan, John 6 25 f Brazill, John 7 8 h } Carroll, Thomas M. 4 24 f Brazill, Patrick 7 8 h } Carty, John 3 25 f Brett, James 7 9 f } Casserly, J., teacher 6 15 f Brown, George 4 32 f } Casserly, Wm. 6 15 f Cassidy, James 3 30 f } Dorney, John 4 9 f Cassidy, James 6 30 f } Doyle, Bernard, blacksmith 8 6 f Cassidy, William 3 30 f } Doyle, Michael 8 7 f Cassin, Thomas 6 20 f } Ducey, Michael 4 11 f Chapman, John 5 7 f } Dunham, Adam 5 5 h Clarke, Samuel 7 26 f } Dunham, Daniel, 5 5 h Cobean, John 5 3 f } Duross, James 6 6 h Cobean, John 3 3 f } Duross, Owen 8 12 f Cobean, Robert 1 7 f } Drummond, Duncan 3 3 f Cobean, Thomas 3 4 f } Drummond, John 4 4 f Connell, Thos., blacksmith 4 30 h } Drummond, Neal 3 4 f Connor, Francis 6 11 f } Dwyer, Patrick 4 27 f Connor, John T. 6 12 f } Dwyer, Thomas 4 27 f Conway, Andrew 4 22 f } Egan, James 7 15 f Conway, Frank, shoemaker 4 21 f } Egan, K. 6 13 f Conway, James 4 30 f } Egan, Nicholas 7 5 f Conway, Matthew 3 28 f } Egan, Thomas 7 5 f Conway, Matthew 4 21 f } Ellard, Michael, innkeeper 6 13 f Cornelius, H. 3 31 f } Ellard, William, shoemaker 6 13 f Corrigan, Daniel 4 19 f } Elliott, Jones 3 6 f Cosgrove, Henry 7 1 f } Ewen, Samuel 1 26 f Cox, John 3 12 f } Fannon, Bartholemew 7 3 f Cox, Robert 6 1 f } Fannon, James 7 3 f Crawford, James 2 16 f } Farrell, James 5 7 f Crawford, James 2 17 h } Feheley, Thos., Kennansville Crawford, Wm. 2 20 f } Ferguson, Joseph 5 31 f Creer, Richard 6 23 h } Fern, James 3 8 f Crisp, John 6 1 h } Fern, Patrick 7 28 h Culbert, James 2 22 f } Fields, William 8 32 f Cullaton, Charles 4 21 f } Finlay, Archibald 4 1 f Cullaton, Peter 5 20 f } Finlay, William 6 6 f Cullaton, Wm. 4 21 f } Flemming, Saml., innkeeper 1 16 f Cumberland, John 1 27 f } Flynn, James 1 10 f Cumerford, John 5 18 h } Ford, George 1 3 f Cumerford, Patrick 6 19 h } Ford, Thomas 1 3 f Cummiskey, Patrick 3 21 f } Gallagher, Henry 2 29 f Darragh, James 1 5 f } Gallagher, James 5 31 h Darragh, John 1 4 f } Gallagher, Patrick 5 31 f Darragh, Joseph, jr. 1 5 f } Gallagher, John 1 29 f Delany, Martin, 4 7 h } Gallagher, Thomas 1 31 f Delemore, Thos. 7 11 h } Gallagher, Thomas 2 29 f Derham, Patrick, merchant 5 15 f } Gallagher, Thomas 1 29 f Devine, Nicholas 4 16 f } Gallagher, Wm. 4 5 f Dick, Wm. weaver 6 7 h } Gamble, John 6 15 f Dickey, James 3 27 f } Gamble, Wm. 6 16 f Donnelly, John 7 27 f } Cavin, Daniel 6 27 f Donnelly, Matthew 3 21 f } Gillespie, Francis 1 32 f Gillespie, John 5 22 f } Hurst, James, shoemaker 5 1 f Goodeve, Henry 1 13 f } Innis, James 4 6 f Goodeve, Henry 1 16 h } Innis, Robt. 4 9 f Goodeve, John 2 21 f } Irvin, Henry 3 32 h Goodeve, Robert 1 16 f } Irwin, Alex., jun. 2 14 f Greer, Joseph 1 15 f } Irwin, John 4 31 h Grimes, Timothy 3 12 f } Irwin, John, A. 1 12 f Grimes, Timothy, junr. 3 12 f } Irwin, Rob't 2 13 f Guest, James 6 3 f } Irwin, Thos. 4 31 h Gunning, Wm. 8 4 f } Jackson, Alex. 2 2 f Gunnan, Patrick 7 6 f } Jackson, George 2 8 f Gunnan, Thos. 7 6 f } Jenkins, Wm. 2 30 f Haffey, John 5 14 f } Johnston, Rob't 3 7 f Haffey, Joseph 5 14 f } Johnston, Andrew 2 27 f Hart, James C. 7 8 h } Judge, James, shoemaker 4 26 f Hamilton, Alex. 6 7 f } Kearns, James, sen. 3 15 h Hamilton, James 6 10 f } Kearns, John, sen. 3 14 h Hamilton, John 6 11 f } Kearns, Nicholas 5 10 h Hamilton, John 6 2 f } Keenan, John 4 10 f Hamilton, Robert 5 9 f } Keenan, Rob't 3 15 f Hamilton, Thos. 6 8 f } Kelly, James 3 30 f Hanavan, Patrick 3 16 f } Kelly, John 5 13 f Handrahan, James 3 11 f } Kelly, Patrick, 4 10 h Hart, Bernard, 7 8 f } Kelly, P. D., merchant 6 15 f Headin, Robert 6 20 f } Keogh, Bartholomew 7 17 f Healey, John 5 29 f } Keogh, Joseph 7 14 f Healey, Peter 5 29 f } Keogh, Patrick 8 15 f Heaney, Robert 3 30 f } Keogh, Thos. 7 10 f Hendrican, Thos. 5 17 f } Kidd, George 5 13 f Heaslip, James, innkeeper 4 29 f } Kidd, John 5 13 f Heaslip, Joseph 4 29 f } Kidd, Thos., merchant 3 30 f Higgins, Patrick 6 25 f } Killacky, Timothy 6 21 f Hislen, Edward 4 11 f } King, Patrick 7 14 f Hislen, Michael 3 13 f } Langley, John 3 24 f Hislen, Patrick, senr. 4 11 f } Langley, P., innkeeper 3 31 f Hogg, Wm. 5 19 h } Langley, Simon 3 24 f Holland, Bernard 7 13 f } Langley, Simon 6 29 f Holland, John, jun. 6 15 f } Langley, Simon 2 23 f Holland, John, sen. 6 15 f } Langley, Thomas 3 22 f Holland, Thos., blacksmith 5 16 h } Langley, Thomas, sen. 4 29 f Horan, Patrick 6 6 h } Langley, Thomas, jun. 4 29 f Howie, Andrew 5 32 f } Langrill, John, blacksmith 1 4 h Howie, John 4 32 f } Lattimer, John 8 31 f Hughes, Patrick 7 14 f } Lavelle, Daniel 4 10 f Hughes, George P., merchant 8 13 f } Lavelle, Patrick 4 10 f Hughes, Thos. 5 1 h } Lavin, John 8 5 f Hunter, James 3 32 f } Lawlor, John 6 22 f Lawlor, William 6 22 f } McCarrol, John, jun. 5 28 f Lawrence, James 7 25 f } McCarrol, John, sen. 5 28 f Lawson, Alexander 2 30 f } McCarthy, William 7 19 f Lee, Charles 2 4 f } McCarty, Perry 8 16 f Lee, Hugh 1 8 f } McClellan, John, innkeeper 6 1 f Lee, James 2 7 f } McCullough, James 2 3 f Lee, Robert, merchant 2 5 f } McCullough, Robert 2 3 f Lee, Samuel 1 31 f } McCoy, James 2 9 f Lee, Samuel 1 30 h } McCoy, John 2 6 f Legget, Joseph 3 2 f } McCoy, Robert 7 25 f Legget, William 2 5 f } McCoy, Robert J. 1 7 f Lemon, R. J., merchant 3 30 f } McCutcheon, John 1 30 f Lenehan, Anthony 2 10 f } McCutcheon, John A., 1 28 h Levingston, John 7 27 h } McElroy, Wm. 4 20 f Levins, Edward 1 17 f } McElroy, Wm. 5 18 f Levins, John 1 17 h } McElwain, Wm. 3 1 f Levins, William 2 21 f } McFarlane, Francis 2 11 f Lindsay, William 1 12 f } McFarlane, Michael 2 10 f Livingston, Mrs. 5 6 f } McFarlane, Michael 3 19 h Lowe, Thomas, carpenter 7 11 f } McFarlane, Terence, sawyer 3 19 f Lowery, John 5 32 f } McGorgan, Wm. 1 25 f Lynch, Mortimer 7 29 f } McGovern, John 4 13 f Lynch, Terence 7 29 f } McGovern, Michael - 12 f Lynch, Thos. 6 28 f } McGovern, Owen 4 11 f Lyons, Hans 5 6 f } McGovern, Patrick 4 11 f Lyons, James 7 18 f } McGovern, Thomas 4 13 f Lyons, John 8 16 f } McGurn, John 8 26 f Lyons, John 3 29 h } McHurney, Peter 4 19 f Lyons, John 7 4 h } McKee, Wm. 1 24 f Lyons, Thos. 5 17 h } McKenna, C., M.D. 6 13 h McAneely, Thos., innkeeper 5 16 h } McKenna, James 4 16 f McCabe, Jas., wagonmaker 5 13 h } McKenna, John, blacksmith 1 16 h McCabe, James 5 16 h } McKenna, John 5 17 f McCabe, John, jun. 8 17 h } McKenna, Rob't 5 18 f McCabe, Peter, jun. 7 7 f } McKeown, Al., harnessmk'r 5 1 f McCabe, Peter, sen. 7 7 f } McLaughlin, John 5 12 f McCabe, Peter 5 17 f } McLaughlin, Michael 5 11 f McCabe, Thos. 5 16 f } McLaughlin, Patrick 5 7 h McCann, Bernard 1 10 f } McNamara, John 6 11 f McCann, Denis, sen. 3 11 f } McNamara, Michael 2 11 f McCann, Denis, jun. 3 10 f } McMahon, Wm. 3 18 h McCann, Hugh 4 11 f } McManus, James 1 2 f McCann, John 1 11 f } McMulkin, --- 6 32 f McCann, Michael 1 10 f } McWhinny, Wm. 7 32 f McCann, Patrick 4 17 f } Macnamara, James 4 12 h Macnamara, Patrick, 4 14 f } Nolan, David ] 7 28 f Maguire, Mrs. 7 1 f } Nolan, John ] 4 1 f Mahon, James 6 5 f } Nolan, J. ] Malone, John 5 14 f } Noonan, Dennis 6 1 f Marshall, Alex., jr. ] } O'Heilly, John 2 14 f Marshall, Alex., sen. ] 5 4 f } O'Leary, Daniel 6 19 f Marshall, Wm. 6 6 f } O'Leary, Daniel 7 3 f Martin, Thos., innkeeper 1 14 f } O'Leary, Daniel 4 20 f Mason, John 2 1 f } O'Leary, Denis 3 20 f Mason, Stewart 5 8 f } O'Leary, Humphrey 7 2 f Medley, John 3 14 h } O'Leary, John 3 20 f Medley, Ward 7 14 h } O'Leary, Patrick, sr. 5 3 f Mercer, Joseph 2 6 f } O'Leary, Patrick, jr. 5 4 f Mercer, Robert 2 6 f } O'Neil, James, jr. ] 3 23 f Mills, John 1 20 f } O'Neill, James, sr. ] 3 23 f Mitchell, Richard 2 19 h } Oathwaite, John 3 9 h Mohan, Hugh 5 17 h } Oathwaite, Wm. 3 10 h Moon, James 1 26 f } Patton, James 5 22 f Moon, William 1 1 f } Peacock, Wm. 1 28 h Moore, Hugh 2 28 f } Pendleton, Richard 1 21 f Moore, John, shoemaker 3 30 h } Pendleton, Mrs. 1 13 f Moran, James, sen. ] 5 21 f } Pettit, Edw. 6 6 f Moran, James, jun. ] 4 19 f } Pettitt, John 7 6 f Moran, John 5 20 f } Pettitt, J. W. 6 6 f Moran, Michael 6 18 f } Pigott, Philip 5 10 f Moran, Thomas 5 19 f } Pinkney, Wm. 2 9 h Moran, Mrs. 5 12 f } Prest, Wm., mail-carrier 6 23 f Moran, Thomas 6 18 f } Prior, Thos. 6 3 f Morrow, Francis 5 15 f } Proctor, Thos. 2 15 f Morrow, Francis B., hotel } Proctor, Wm. 2 15 f keeper 5 1 h } Purcell, Martin 5 24 f Morrow, George, blacksmith 7 14 f } Purdon, John 1 21 h Morrow, William 8 9 f } Quigley, John 1 29 f Mullen, Bernard and Denis 2 32 f } Quigley, Patrick 7 26 f Mulligan, James 4 28 f } Quinn, James 1 20 f Mumford, C. A. 1 19 h } Quirk, Michael 7 32 f Mumford, Charles 1 13 f } Rann, Fred 2 26 f Mumford, Joseph 1 14 f } Rann, John 2 26 f Murphy, Arthur and Edward 3 32 f } Reaney, David 2 4 f Murphy, John 2 32 f } Reaney, John 1 9 f Nagle, John 5 25 f } Reaney, Samuel, sen. 3 5 f Nevens, John, blacksmith 5 17 h } Reaney, Samuel, jun. 3 5 f Nevens, Peter 5 16 f } Reilly, John 6 30 f Nevens, Thomas 5 16 f } Reilly, Peter 6 30 f Nixon, James, carpenter 1 24 f } Robins, Peter 2 16 h Nolan, A., miller 4 1 f } Robins, Richard 1 13 h Robinson, Samuel, bailiff 3 32 f } Storey, Jonathan 2 19 f Ronan, James, jun. 7 10 f } Storey, Thomas 4 4 h Ronan, James 7 9 f } Sweeny, Thomas 4 18 f Ronan, Matthew 4 3 f } Sullivan, Daniel 7 2 f Ronan, Patrick 7 9 f } Summerville, John 1 18 f Rose, John 6 31 h } Summerville, Joseph 1 17 f Rossiter, John 4 13 h } Thompson, John, tailor 6 13 f Rusk, John, tanner 3 31 f } Thompson, Robert 1 28 f Russell, James 3 29 h } Tighe & Pigot 5 10 f Ryan, Denis 6 5 h } Tomlinson, Joseph 8 1 f Ryan, Francis 5 26 f } Toole, Thomas 6 26 f Ryan, John 6 24 f } Totten, Thos., weaver 1 6 f Ryan, John 5 23 h } Towns, E., merchant 7 12 f Ryan, Michael 4 25 h } Tracey, Daniel 3 28 f Ryan, Michael 6 5 h } Tracey, Francis 4 8 f Ryan, Patrick 6 5 f } Tracey, Michael and Thos. 4 28 f Ryan, Thomas 6 31 f } Tracey, Richard 5 26 f Scott, Robert 6 9 f } Tracey, Richard 4 30 f Segsworth, John 6 12 f } Trelfor, Thomas 3 7 f Sirrs, Thomas 4 8 f } Tremble, H. 3 31 f Sirrs, Wm. 4 8 f } Tremble, Thomas 3 31 f Shields, Francis, drover 6 4 f } Tremble, William 2 27 f Skelton, Michael 4 23 f } Tremble, John 2 27 f Skelly, Edward 7 7 f } Walkem, John 5 6 h Skelly, James 7 12 h } Walker, Thomas 8 2 f Skelly, Thomas 7 7 f } Walker, Thomas 5 8 f Sloan, James 3 5 f } Walker, William 5 8 f Sloan, Wm. 4 6 f } Wallace, Patrick 4 15 f Small, Daniel 7 10 f } Walsh, John 7 13 h Small, James 7 11 f } Ward, David 2 8 f Small, John 5 29 f } Ward, John 2 6 h Small, Patrick, innkeeper 7 10 f } Ward, Lewis 1 8 h Small, Peter, merchant 3 2 f } Watson, James 5 9 f Snell, Christopher 1 9 f } Webb, John 1 23 f Snell, John 2 1 f } Webb, Joseph 1 23 f Solomon, Wm. 1 31 f } Webster, Manasseh, merch't 1 24 f Somers, Martin 6 8 f } Webb, Thos. 7 4 f Spencer, John 4 14 f } Whalen, John 2 12 f Stephens, Fred., Kennansville ----- } White, George 4 2 f Stevens, Thos., blacksmith 3 32 f } White, John 4 3 f Stewart, Robert 1 19 f } Wilson, John 5 1 h Stewart, R. H. 2 18 f } Wilson, John 1 11 f Stewart, Wm. 2 18 f } Wilson, John 4 7 f Stritch, Michael 5 17 f } Wilson, Rob't, jr. 4 5 f Stricth, Wm. 5 17 h } Wilson, Rob't, sen. 4 7 f Stickey, Thomas 3 22 f } Wilson, Wm. 2 17 f Wright, Henry 7 16 f } Young, George 4 2 f Wright, Joseph 7 16 f } Young, Peter 1 25 f Wright, Joseph 1 1 f } ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


CARDWELL

Alexander, Andrew              A 65 h } Pratt, Wm. H.               3 35 h
Carswell, James                5 20 h } Robertson, Charles, sen.    2 29 h
Churchill, James               2  1 h } Robertson, Charles, jr.     2 31 h
Crassweller, Christopher      13 31 h } Robertson, Wm.             13 58 h
Draycott, Mrs. Elizabeth      11 35 h } Sirrett, Alfred            12 34 h
Finley, Wm. D.                 2 28 h } Sirrett, Mrs. Martha A.    12 33 h
Holton, Rich'd                12 32 h } Styles, Rob't H.            B 59 h
Laurison, W. L.                4 33 h } Taylor, Arch'd              1 13 h
Major, Mrs. C                  3 34 h } Turner, Cormac              4 33 h
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ESSA


Post-Offices - Angus, Egbert, Elm Grove, Ivy, Nicolston, Utopia,
               West Essa.

Abraham, John, saddler         1  1 h } Aikens, James               1  1 f
Adams, James, shoemaker       11 19 f } Aitcheson, John, carpenter  1  5 f
Adams, Robert                  5 26 f } Alderson, Thomas            3  6 f
Adams, William                 4 15 f } Alexander, Thomas           5 15 f
Agar, Alex.                    5 12 f } Allen, Mrs.                11 17 f
Agar, Charles                  7 15 f } Allen, Thomas               2 11 f
Agar, James                    7 17 f } Applegate, George           1  5 h
Agar, Thomas                   7  5 f } Armson, James              10 18 f
Agar, William                  6 10 f } Armstrong, Jas., innkeeper 11  1 f
Agnew, Robert                  8  3 f } Armstrong, Saml., teacher  11 16 h
Armstrong, W., blacksmith     14  1 f } Bell, Wm.                   4 25 f
Arnold, Alex.                  8 25 f } Bess, Wm.                   8 15 f
Arnold, Alex.                  7 20 f } Black, Thos.                9 16 f
Arnold, Edwin                  3 23 f } Blackstock, George         10 16 f
Arnold, George                 6 11 f } Blackstock, Hugh           11  9 f
Arnold, James                  5 24 f } Blackstock, John E.         6 13 f
Arnold, James, jr.             9 21 f } Blackstock, John           11 19 f
Arnold, John                  10 23 f } Blackstock, Wesley         11 19 f
Arnold, John                   9 25 f } Blain, John, sawyer         1 16 f
Arnold, Thomas                10  4 f } Blain, William              1 16 f
Arnold, Joseph                 9 10 h } Blanchard, Nelson           3  7 f
Arnold, Robert                 9  5 f } Bleekley, William           5  1 f
Arnold, Thomas                 3  6 f } Boak, James                10 15 f
Arnold, John, jr.            ] 6  6 f } Boake, Benjamin             4  3 f
Arnold, John, sen.           ] 6  6 h } Boones, Aaron              11 19 f
Arnold, Thos. H.              10  3 f } Braden, Andrew              6  4 f
Ason, Joseph                  1h 24 h } Braden, James               7  6 f
Assaph, John                   4  4 f } Braden, James, merchant    11  1 f
Assaph, Rob't                  4  4 f } Braden, James, sen.         8  5 f
Asser, John                    3 26 f } Braden, Matthew             4 15 f
Ayerst, Alfred                10 11 f } Braden, William J.          6  6 f
Babcock, John, innkeeper       1  5 h } Braden, Thomas              7 10 h
Bacherton, James               7 18 f } Brice, John                 1  6 f
Bagers, J. W.                 10 22 f } Brice, Robert               1  3 f
Banks, Wm.                     6 13 f } Brolley, James              9 29 h
Banting, Charles J.          ] 8 20 f } Brolley, John               9 28 h
Banting, John H.             ] 8 20 f } Brolley, John              11 24 f
Banting, Thos. H.            ] 9 21 f } Brolley, Samuel             9 13 f
Banting, R. T.                10  1 f } Brolley, Samuel            11 16 f
Bates, Samuel                  3 18 f } Brooks, David              11 26 f
Bathy, David                   3 27 f } Brolley, William           10 25 f
Beals, Thos., painter          1  1 f } Brooks, James              10 25 f
Beckerton, Jasper            ] 7 18 f } Brooks, John               11 24 f
Beckerton, Wm.               ] 7 18 f } Brooks, William, sen.      11 25 f
Beckett, Wm.                   9  6 h } Brooks, William, jun.      11 25 f
Bell, Alex.                    4 25 f } Brown, James                9 20 f
Bell, Alex.                  ] 5 18 f } Brown, John                 4 13 f
Bell, Andrew                 ] 5 18 f } Bruce, John                 2 10 f
Bell, Alex.                  ] 4 22 f } Burns, Edward, blacksmith  11 16 f
Bell, Andrew                 ] 4 22 f } Furton, John, wagonmaker    9 20 f
Bell, C.                       1 11 h } Burns, James, butcher       4  1 h
Bell, James                    4 26 f } Bush, Mrs. J.               5 13 f
Bell, John                     4 19 f } Cain, Wm.                   7  4 f
Bell, Thos.                    7 23 f } Cairns, John A.             7 29 f
Bell, Samuel, M.D.             2  4 f } Cairns, Wm., innkeeper      1  1 f
Calcutt, R.                    9 12 f } Cooke, James               11  1 f
Cameron, Angus                 2  4 f } Corbett, David              9 15 f
Campbell, J. Albert           11  1 h } Corbett, John               8 13 f
Campbell, James               10 24 f } Corrigan, Joseph carpenter 11  1 f
Campbell, Matthew              4  8 f } Crosby, N. L.               1  1 f
Campbell, Matthew              4 29 f } Crosby, Rob't               1 11 f
Campbell, Wm. S.               4  8 f } Cross, John                 5  9 h
Carr, Alex. H.                 9 11 f } Cunningham, Achan          11 14 f
Carr, John                    11 11 f } Cunningham, Andrew          9  5 f
Carr, William                 10 11 f } Cunningham, Charles         5 10 f
Carruthers, Benj.           ] 11 22 h } Cunningham, John            9 15 f
Carruthers, Daniel          ] 11 22 h } Cunningham, Richard, car-
Carruthers, James              9 19 f }    penter                  11 16 f
Carruthers, Thos., blacksmith  8 20 f } Cunningham, Rob't          11  4 f
Carson, Henry, weaver         11 16 f } Cunningham, Wm.             8 11 h
Carter, Thos.                 11  4 h } Cunningham, Wm.            11 14 f
Casselman, Wm.                 4 27 f } Cunningham, Wm.             5  1 f
Cassin, Patrick               10 14 f } Dales, William             10 38 f
Cassin, Richard               10 13 f } Daly, John, cooper          1  1 f
Cassin, Thos.                 10 13 f } Darkins, Wm., innkeeper    11  1 h
Chantler, James                1  5 f } Davis, George               7 19 f
Chantler, Joseph               1  5 f } Davis, W. H.                6 19 f
Chapman, Charles            ]  9  5 f } Dawson & Edgar, merchants   6 19 f
Chapman, James              ]  9  5 f } Dawson, Thomas              6 29 f
Chapman, James                 8  7 f } Dinwoody, George           10  1 f
Chatfield, John, carpenter     1  1 f } Dinwoody, James            10  1 f
Cheffey, R. G., M.D.           2  2 f } Dinwoody, William           9  3 f
Clark, Wm.                     6 25 h } Dixon, James                7  4 f
Clayton, Edw. and Rob't        6 15 f } Dixon, William              6  2 f
Clayton, John                  7 17 h } Dixon, William             11  1 f
Cline, Peter B.               11  8 f } Doan, Alfred               11 21 f
Cobb, Henry, shoemaker         9  1 h } Doan, Lambert              11 15 f
Coburn, Samuel                 2  6 f } Dolan, Michael             11 18 f
Cochrane, Joseph               3 21 f } Donnell, James           ] 11  2 f
Coffey, John                   8 16 f } Donnell, Peter           ] 11  2 f
Coffey, Joseph M.              7 26 f } Donnelly, Patrick           1 16 f
Coffey, Richard                2  7 f } Donnelly, Samuel            3  8 f
Coffey, Wm.                    9 17 f } Downey, Archibald           6 20 h
Cole, George                  11 20 h } Downey, Henry               7  6 h
Coleman, Andrew                9  3 h } Downey, John               11 23 h
Coleman, John                  5  8 f } Downey, William             3 10 f
Coleman, Thos.                10  5 f } Dundas, James               3  9 f
Colwell, W. W. & Co., lum-            } Dundas, John                1  5 h
   ber merchants               8 29 f } Dungey, George              4  1 h
Connell, John                  2 13 f } Dunham, Joseph, carpenter   1  1 f
Connor, Philip                 5 27 h } Dunn, Adam, weaver         11 16 f
Dunn, David                    5 15 f } Fletcher, Sam'l., bl'ksm'th 2  6 f
Dunn, James                    5 15 f } Fletcher, Wm.               1  1 f
Dunn, Samuel                   4 21 f } Flynn, John                 4  9 f
Dunn, Thomas                   4  9 f } Flynn, Thos.               10 16 h
Dunn, William                  5 16 f } Ford, Thomas                5 27 h
Drury, Thomas, merchant        9 21 f } Fraser, Alex.              11  1 h
Drury, James, merchant         2  6 f } Fraser, Wm.                 9  8 f
Duff, George                   9  1 f } Finn, Mrs.                  4  6 f
Duff, John                     9  1 f } Gamble, George              6 25 f
Duff, Thomas, jun.             9  2 f } Gamble, Robert             10  9 f
Duff, Thomas                   9  1 f } Garbet, John                4  1 f
Eager, Thomas                  4 12 f } Gardiner, W.                9  6 h
Edgar, Hugh                    5 17 h } Gauley, Daniel              2  8 f
Edgar, John                    6 10 f } Gauley, James               2 13 f
Edgar, Robert                  3 15 f } Gauley, John                2 14 f
Edgar, Robert                  6  8 f } Gauley, William             5 28 h
Edmunson, J.                   6 30 f } Gibson, William            11 27 f
Edmunson, James                6 29 f } Gilpin, Martin              4  5 h
Elliott, Patrick              10 24 h } Gilpin, Robert              9 14 f
Elliott, William              10 27 f } Gilrie, John               11 12 f
Ellis, John                    7 16 f } Gilroy, Charles             8  3 f
Ellis, Richard                 6 15 f } Gilroy, William            10  8 f
Erwin, William, sen.           5  2 f } Gollen, Thomas              6 32 f
Erwin, William, jun.           5  2 f } Gollinger, L.               9 31 f
Evans, John                   10 21 f } Goodwin, John              10 17 f
Farrier, Adam                 11 26 f } Gordon, Joseph              5 14 f
Feltus, Henry                  8  9 f } Gordon, Thomas A.           2  7 f
Ferguson, Angus, carpenter     1  1 h } Graham, George, blacksmith  5  1 f
Ferguson, Isaac               11  4 f } Graham, George, agent      14  1 f
Ferguson, John                 7  9 f } Graham, Jno., wagon-maker  11 16 f
Fields, Francis                8 20 h } Graham, Robert              8  4 f
Fife, Robert                  11 19 f } Grant, Alexander            6 30 h
Fildy, George                  8 13 f } Gray, William               9 23 h
Fisher, John                   2  7 f } Greenley, Robert            2 12 h
Fitzpatrick, John              1 14 f } Gregg, Robert, innkeeper   11  1 h
Fitzpatrick, Patrick           1 14 f } Griffith, James             7  1 f
Fleming, Robert, sen.          4 22 f } Groves, Noah               10  9 f
Fleming, Robert, jun.          4 23 f } Gur, John M.                1  4 h
Fleming, Thomas H.             2  8 h } Guthrie, John               3  7 f
Fletcher, Arthur              10 18 f } Hamilton, James            11 12 f
Fletcher, George               3  1 f } Hamilton, Robert            4 14 f
Fletcher, James                8 20 f } Handy, Josiah               1 12 f
Fletcher, John                 9 18 f } Harper & Coleman, mercht's 11  1 h
Fletcher, John                 1  1 f } Harris, Daniel              7 28 f
Fletcher, Robert, carpenter    8 16 f } Haugh, James                6  3 h
Fletcher, Robert, carpenter    8 20 f } Haugh, Thomas, innkeeper    9 10 f
Henderson, David, merchant     1  5 f } Jennett, Thos.              8 17 f
Henry, Henry & McInnes         5 10 f } Jennett, Wm.                7 21 f
Henry, Thomas                 11 15 f } Jerrett, John               7  4 f
Henry, James                  11 31 f } Jerrett, Jonathan          10 25 f
Herrington, Joseph             8 12 f } Johnston, James             9 17 f
Heyden, James                  4  4 f } Johnston, Wm.               3 16 f
Hicks, John, wagon-maker       4  1 f } Keown, John                 8 26 f
Hillock, James                 8 27 f } Keown, Rob't                7 23 f
Hinds, David                   9 29 h } Keown, Rob't                4 15 f
Hinds, John                   10 22 h } Kidd, Joseph                4 10 h
Hodgins, William              10  8 f } Kirk, Andrew                ------
Hodkiss, W. L.                 1 16 f } Kinler, Wm.                 5  4 h
Hoey, John J.                  6 28 h } King, Francis               6 20 h
Holmes, Robert                 2  9 f } Knight, E.                  1  1 f
Holt, Jacob                    7 11 f } Kinsley, Amos               9 26 h
Holt, Joseph                   5 14 f } Latimer, John               2  7 h
Hood, Joseph G.                2 11 f } Latimer, Rob't              3  2 f
Horahan, Peter                 5  5 h } Latimer, Wm.                1 12 f
Howland, J. H.                 5 29 f } Laughlin, Robt.             8 16 h
Hughes, Robert M., cooper     11  1 f } Lanerick, Samuel            7 17 h
Hunt, George                  11 18 f } Lawrence, David, saddler    5  6 f
Hunter, James                 11  6 f } Leadbetter, William        11  1 f
Hurst, William                10  6 h } Lee, Thomas J.              4 27 f
Hussey, Abraham                6  7 f } Lennox, Ignatius            8 18 f
Hussey, Wm. A.                 6  7 f } Lennox, James               8 33 f
Hylands, James                11 10 f } Lennox, John                9 18 f
Ingham, Edwin                  8 10 f } Lennox, Thomas             11 16 f
Ingham, George                 7 19 f } Lennox, William             9 26 f
Ingham, John                   8 19 h } Leushner, P.H., watchmaker 11  1 f
Irwin, David                   8  4 h } Lee, Richard                5  6 f
Irwin, James, innkeeper        5  1 h } Lewis, David               11  3 f
Irwin, James                   6  3 f } Loblew, James               4  6 f
Irwin, John                    5  8 f } Lodge, Joseph              10 10 f
Irwin, Mrs. Mary               4  1 f } Lounds, Thomas              2  5 h
Irwin, Samuel, weaver         10 21 h } Lowrey, Alfred              4 18 f
Irwin, Thos.                   5  2 h } Lowery, Henry               9 16 f
Irwin, Wm.                     5  3 h } Lowery, John                4 18 f
Jamieson, Mrs.                10 20 f } Lyness, Richard, sen.       4 20 f
Jamieson, Rob't                3 13 f } Lyness, Richard, jun.       4 20 f
Jennett, James, weaver         9 20 f } Luscomb, Thomas            11 27 h
Jennett, John                  5 28 f } Lyons, James               10 19 f
Jennett, John J.               7 21 f } McArthur, John              6 24 f
Jennett, Joseph                6 27 f } McAuley, Andrew            10 15 f
Jennett, R.                    7 27 f } McBride, David              1 15 f
Jennett, Rob't, sen.           6 29 f } McBride, James              8  8 f
Jennett, Rob't                 6 29 f } McBride, Robt sr & jr 8 8f &8  9 f
McCann, John                   7 28 f } McMahon, John              10  7 f
McCarthy, Geo., innkeeper     11 16 h } McMahon, Josiah            10  7 f
McChestney, I., blacksmith     1  1 f } McMahon, John            ]  4  5 f
McCleary, W.                  11  1 h } McMahon, Samuel          ]  4  5 f
McClure, John                 10 24 f } McMahon, Robert            11  3 f
McCoy, John                    5  6 h } McMaster, Mark              6 27 f
McCracken, A., wagon maker    11  1 f } McMaster, Robert            9 14 f
McCracken, Thomas              3 25 f } McMaster, Wm.               4 20 f
McDonald, Alex.                5 11 f } McMiller, Thos., blacksmith 4  6 f
McDonald, Alex.             ]  8 19 f } McMiller, Wm.               3 11 f
McDonald, Thomas            ]  8 19 f } McMurray, Alex.             4  9 h
McDonald, Angus                5 11 f } McMurray, Sam.              4  9 h
McDonald, Hugh                 9 12 f } McMurray, James             5 10 f
McDonald, Isaac, carpenter     1  1 f } McNaul, John                9 25 f
McDonald, Thomas               3 24 f } McQuay, James               9 22 f
McFadden, Alex.                3 12 f } McQuay, Rob't               9 22 f
McFadden, Johnston             8  2 h } McQuay, Wm.                 9 22 f
McFadden, Richard              3 13 f } McRundles, R.               3  5 h
McFadden, Robert               3 14 h } Maconkey, Thos.            11 22 f
McFadden, Stewart              8 11 f } Madden, James, carpenter    4  1 f
McFadden, Thomas               3 12 f } Madden, Patrick, carpenter  4  5 f
McFadden, William              3 12 f } Madden, P.                  3  5 f
McFarlane, Finley             10  6 f } Madill, Thos,               1 16 f
McGrath, Thomas                5 31 f } Maley, Allen               10 26 f
McIntosh, John                 5 26 f } Maley, Nicholas             9 23 f
McIntosh, Peter                5 29 f } Marratt, Isaac             10 10 h
McKee, James                   7 10 h } Marshall, Alex.             6 14 f
McKee, Richard                 7  2 f } Martin, Joseph              8  2 f
McKee, William                 7 13 f } Martin, Thos.               8  2 f
McKeown, Patrick               2 14 f } Marwood, H.                11  7 f
McKibbon, James                5 11 f } Mathews, Henry              2  1 f
McKinley, John                 7  7 f } Mayo, John                  9 12 h
McKinley, William              4  6 h } Medcalf, Thos.              9 29 h
McKnight, Charles              3  1 f } Meredith, Edward          ] 2  2 f
McKnight, James                6  4 f } Meredith, Thos.           ] 2  2 f
McKnight, Richard              2  3 f } Meredith, George            1  3 h
McKnight, Robert               2  3 f } Micks, Philemon             3  3 f
McKnight, Thomas               2  1 f } Millar, Wm.                 1  3 f
McKnight, William              9  7 f } Millar, Charles             5 24 f
McLean, James                 10 10 f } Miller, Henry               8 19 h
McLean, John                   8 21 f } Miller, James               5 25 h
McLean, John                   8  1 f } Miller, John                4 17 f
McLean, William                3 20 f } Miller, Wm.                 5 25 f
McLean, William J.             6  5 f } Mills, Rob't, weaver        7 23 h
McLeod, Alex., tailor          2  6 h } Mills, Wm.                  9 29 h
McLeod, Thomas                 ?  1 h } Miscampbell, Hugh           2 26 f
Mitchell, Alex., plasterer     1  1 f } Robinson, Arthur            7 10 h
Mitchell, John                 3  9 f } Rogers, Samuel              4  2 f
Montgomery, John              14  1 f } Rogers, Solomon             4  7 f
Montgomery, Wm., shoe-                } Ross, Daniel                7 10 f
   maker                      11  1 f } Ross, David                 5  9 f
Mooney, John                   7  5 f } Ross, James                10  2 f
Mooney, Rob't, sen.            7  8 f } Ross, James, merchant      11  1 f
Monney, Rob't, jun.            7  9 f } Ross, Rob't                 6 28 f
Morris, Henry                  9  7 f } Ross, Wm.                   6 28 f
Morris, Henry E.               9  9 f } Russell, Joseph             5 28 f
Morris, James R.               8 11 f } Russell, Wm.                5 27 h
Morris, Thos.                  8 14 f } Ruthvan, Alex.              1 10 f
Morris, Wm.                    3 11 f } Ruthvan, John               2  8 f
Morrison, John                 8  1 f } Ruthvan, Rob't              1 14 h
Nesbit, A. R., teacher         5 27 h } Ruthvan, Wm.                1  9 h
Newell, John                   6 28 f } Ruthvan, Wm.                1  9 f
Nicholson, Edward              8  8 f } Ruthven, Rob't              1  7 f
Nicholson, -----               8  6 h } Ryan, Michael               1  4 h
Nicholson, Seth                9 10 f } Scanlan, Patrick            2 14 h
Nicol, John, miller            5  1 f } Scott, Fred. section-master 9 32 f
Nicol, Robt.                   7 20 h } Scott, John, merchant      11 16 h
Nixon, John                   11 19 f } Scott, Wm.                  6  1 f
Noble, John                   10 16 h } Schroder, James             2  5 f
Nolan, Edward                  2  1 f } Scythes, George            11 16 f
Nolan, James                   5  5 f } Scythes, Thos.             11 17 f
Norris, John W., M.D.         11  1 h } Selby, Britain              2 10 f
Parker, Thos.                  9 19 f } Selby, Mrs.                 2 10 f
Patterson, John                9 16 h } Sergeant, Henry            11 23 h
Pearson, Geo.                 10 15 h } Sharp, James                9  4 f
Perry, Geo.                    5 30 f } Shaw, Thos.                10 14 f
Pimlott, Mrs.                  4 29 f } Sheppard, Rob't             2  3 f
Platt, John                    8 14 h } Sherman, John               8  1 h
Pridham, Thos.                10 27 f } Shroeder, James, butcher    2  5 f
Proctor, John, saddler        11  1 f } Simpson, George             9  4 h
Ralston, Wm.                   5  1 h } Simpson, George            10 20 h
Ralston, Wm.                   1 26 f } Simpson, James             11 22 f
Ralston, Wm.                  11  1 f } Smalley, A.                 2  5 h
Ralston, Wm.                  10  5 f } Smalley, Jesse              3  4 f
Ramsbottom, James              5 30 f } Smith & Dobbie, lumberers   1 32 f
Reed, Samuel                   3  2 f } Smith, Edw.               ] 5 25 f
Regland, Robert                6 18 f } Smith, Levi               ] 5 25 f
Relief, Thos., shoemaker       2 62 f } Smith, Eugene               6 31 f
Ritchey, Chas., merchant       9  2 f } Smith, Henry                6 31 f
Ritchie, E. I.                 1  1 h } Smith, Hugh                 6 31 f
Ritchie, James                 8  6 f } Smith, Francis, innkeeper   5 31 f
Robinson, Adams                9 24 f } Smith, James, carpenter     9 10 f
Smith, James                  11 11 h } Thompson, John              3 11 f
Smith, Rob't                   6 29 h } Thompson, John              3  2 h
Smith, Walter, blacksmith      8 10 f } Thompson, John              8 12 f
Smith, Wm.                     9 24 h } Thompson, Thompson          7 13 f
Somerville, David              7  3 f } Thompson, William          11 20 f
Somerville, Pierce             7  8 f } Thompson, William           2  4 h
Somerville, Pierce, jr.        7  4 f } Tiffin, William             7 28 f
Sparling, James                9 20 h } Tirrow, Rev. Charles        5  2 f
Spears, Alex.                  6  9 f } Todd, Walter                1  5 f
Spears, Hugh                   8 24 f } Totten, Joseph              2  7 h
Spears, James                 10 12 f } True, Moses, pedlar        11  1 f
Spears, John                   8 25 f } Turnbull, Andrew            3 19 f
Spears, John                   6  9 f } Turnbull, Robert            2  6 f
Spears, John                   6  7 f } Turnbull, Mrs.              2  6 f
Spears, James               ]  7 11 f } Upton, George, lumberman    5  1 f
Spears, John                ]  7 11 f } Upton, Joseph               5  1 h
Spears, Samuel                10  6 f } Van Every, James           11 18 f
Spears, Wm.                   10  7 f } Waddie, William             1 18 h
Spears, Wm.                   10 26 f } Walcom, D. H.               4 12 f
Spears, Wm.                    8 21 f } Walker, Aaron               3 22 f
Sproule, Hugh                 11 28 f } Walkinshaw, John            5 30 f
Sproule, James, carpenter   ] 11 16 f } Wallace, James              9 23 h
Sproule, Jos., carpenter    ] 11 16 f } Wallace, John W.           10 17 f
Sproule, John                 11 28 f } Wallace, J. C., merchant    9 10 h
Sproule, Mrs.                  5 21 f } Wallace, William           10 20 h
Sproule, M. C.                 9  1 h } Wallis, John                9 17 h
Stephens, John, blacksmith     9  1 f } Watson, John                9  6 f
Stephens, Thos., shoemaker     8 20 f } Westgate, H., miller        1  1 h
Stephenson, John               1 10 f } White, John                 6  2 h
Stephenson, Wm.                1  8 f } Whitelock, Henry            5  7 f
Stephenson, Wm. M.             8 29 f } Whiteside, Henry            5  7 f
Stewart, Michael               7  9 f } Whiteside, John             1  4 f
Stewart, Andrew                8 11 f } Whiteside, Mrs. R.          5  6 f
Stewart, John                 10  2 f } Whiteside, Robt.            8  4 f
Stewart, John, druggist        1  1 f } Whiteside, Robinson         8  5 f
Stoneham, Mrs.                 8 10 f } Whiteside, Thomas           5  6 f
Strachan, James                9 10 f } Wiggins, John, shoemaker    8 11 f
Strong, Wm.                   13  1 f } Wilkinson, John             3  5 f
Stritch, Michael and Wm.       9 13 h } Williams, James          ] 11 27 h
Sullivan, John                11 13 f } Williams, Jesse          ] 11 27 h
Switzer, John                  7 18 f } Willoughby, James           4 25 h
Taylor, John                   7 18 f } Willoughby, John         ]  6 24 f
Tegart, Robert                 2  9 f } Willoughby, Thos.        ]  6 24 f
Tegart, Wm.                    4 14 f } Willoughby, Rev. N. R.      7  6 f
Thompson, David               10  3 f } Wilson, Charles             6 12 f
Thompson, George              11  8 f } Wilson, James               5  5 f
Woods, Henry                   5  5 f } Wright, Robt., shoemaker   11 16 f
Woods, Robt.                   7 11 f } Wright, Thos.               7  7 f
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FLOS

Post-Offices - Apto, Craighurst, Elm Vale, Fergusonvale, Phelptson,
               Vanvlack, Vigo, Waverley.

Addis, Wm.                     7 14 f } Bradley, John           3 12 f
Argue, George                 10 17 f } Brassie, Thomas         5  6 f
Allen, Thos.                   9 14 f } Bricknell, George       4 25 f
Anderson, John                 8 18 f } Briggs, Stanley         3 26 f
Archer, Edward                 1 51 f } Briggs, Thos.           4 25 h
Archer, James                 11 10 f } Brillinger, Levi        2 26 f
Archer, Robert                10  1 f } Buckley, Cornelius      3  9 f
Archer, Thos.                 10  1 f } Burton, Ralph           6 16 f
Ardagh, W. D.                  1 15 f } Bush, George            1 48 h
Armstrong, John                9 15 f } Burton, James           8 14 f
Armstrong, John A.             3 25 h } Callagan, Andrew        1  6 h
Atkinson, Richard              3  1 f } Callaghan, Michael      1  5 h
Atkinson, Wm.                  3  1 f } Cameron, David          7 20 f
Ardagh, W. D.                  6  4 f } Carr, Thomas            2 12 h
Austin, J.                     2 64 f } Carrol, Daniel          6  7 f
Banker, John W.                4  5 f } Carrol, Timothy         4 21 f
Barnett, John                  7  1 f } Clelland, Peter         1 53 f
Barry, Wm.                     3 15 f } Coe, John               9 15 f
Baycroft, Thos.                8 17 f } Collins, John           1 27 f
Becket, Robt.                 11  2 f } Colquhoun, James        1 51 f
Bell, Angus                    5 26 f } Connors, James          8  4 f
Bell, Archibald,               4 22 f } Cook, Andrew            8  3 f
Bell, George                   1 16 f } Cook, John              8  3 f
Bell, John                     1 23 f } Cook, George            7 27 f
Bell, Robt.                    9 16 f } Cook, H. H.             1 64 f
Bernard, Francis               1  7 f } Corrigan, John          2  2 f
Bernard, John                  6 18 f } Cotton, Noah            7 18 f
Bernard, Thos.                 2 10 f } Coughlin, John          2 11 f
Bishop, Stephen                1 42 f } Coughlin, John          1 13 f
Booth, James                   7 10 f } Coughlin, Thos.         2 18 f
Craig, John                   10  3 f } Field, Wm.              5 10 f
Craig, John                    1 43 f } Finlay, Michael        10  8 f
Craig, Thomas                  1 44 f } Flaherty, James         1 46 f
Crossland, Joseph A.           7 16 f } Fletcher, John          4 20 f
Culford, Patrick               1 19 f } Flinn, Timothy          3 11 h
Cumming, Alex.                 4  3 f } Fowlie, A.              2 69 f
Cumming, John                  7 16 f } French, Gabriel,        2 75 f
Cumming, Robert               11 18 f } French, George          2 75 f
Curry, Donald                  4 26 f } French, John            1 75 f
Dalrymple, John                1 56 f } French, Thomas          1 75 f
Dalton, James                  4 21 f } Friel, Hugh             2 48 f
Daly, John                     1  9 f } Friel, Patrick          2 48 f
Daly, Mrs. Margaret            1 10 - } Frith, George           1 42 f
Delany, Patrick                5  6 f } Gallager, Denis         4 21 f
Dennis, John                   1 48 - } Gallagher, John         3 20 f
Devenport, George              1 51 f } Gallagher, Michael      7  7 f
Dickie, John                  11  1 f } Gallagher, Patrick      1 68 f
Dickie, Robert                11  7 f } Galloway, Wm.           2 20 f
Dickinson, John G.            10 16 h } Gannon, Patrick         2  8 f
Dillon, James                  5 15 f } Ganton, Alex.           6  6 f
Doan, David                    8 15 f } German, Edward          1 75 f
Doonan, David                 10  7 f } Gilbert, Eli            9  2 f
Doonan, James                 10 18 f } Gibson, Wm.             9 18 f
Doyle, James                   4 12 f } Glatt, R. H.            3 10 f
Doyle, James                   3 18 f } Good, Thomas            3 11 h
Doyle, John                    3 19 f } Graham, Jane           10  7 f
Doyle, Michael                 4  8 f } Graham, John            8  3 f
Doyle, Philip                  4 12 h } Graham, Nicholas        6 15 f
Drinkel, David                 1 72 f } Graham, Richard         8  3 f
Drinkel, John                  1 74 h } Graham, Robert          2 53 f
Drinkel, Joseph                1 73 f } Graham, Thomas          8  3 h
Drinkel, Richard               1 74 h } Gravitt, Bridget        1 13 -
Driscoll, John                 3 11 h } Green, Herman           1 52 f
Drysdale, James                6  8 f } Grey, Edward            4 20 f
Drysdale, John                 6  1 f } Grey, John              3 18 f
Drysdale, Jos.                 6  1 f } Grey, Robert            2 49 f
Drysdale, Wm.                  6 11 f } Grey, Robert            8  8 f
Dunn, John                     1 53 f } Gribbon, Andrew         1  2 f
Elliot, James                 11 15 f } Gribbon, Henry          4 19 f
Etrick, George                 5  8 h } Grose, Richard          1 18 f
Etrick, Robert                 5  5 f } Grose, Walter           1 49 f
Etrick, William                5  5 f } Gruslie, John           6 11 f
Farney, James                  9  2 f } Gunn, James             1 52 h
Ferguson, John W.              4  5 f } Hall, Nathaniel         5  6 f
Ferguson, T. R.                5 24 f } Hallem, John            6  8 f
Field, Elijah                  6 10 f } Hallem, Timothy         6  8 f
Hamilton, James                1 60 h } Kelly, John             3 14 f
Hamilton, William              1 54 f } Kelly, John             3 16 f
Harber, George                 3  6 f } Kelly, Michael          6 13 h
Harding, Robert J.            10 17 h } Kelly, Neal             7 15 f
Harman, Obadiah               11 16 f } Kelly, Oliver           6  6 h
Harrison, Gordon               9  9 f } Kelly, Thomas           3  3 f
Harvey, James                 11 14 f } Kenny, Bernard          5  6 f
Harvey, William                9  1 f } Kenney, Lawrence        5  6 f
Harvie, John                   2 44 f } Kensey, James           1 21 f
Hays, John                     2  4 f } Kent, Robert            1 48 f
Henderson, George             11 17 f } Keown, John             7 19 f
Henry, James M.                8  2 f } Kerr, Wm.               7  6 f
Hickling, George               1 52 - } Kerr, William          10  8 f
Huddleston, Wm.                6 11 f } Kettle, Alexander       1 74 f
Hogarth, Henry                 6  9 f } Kidd, John             11 11 f
Houden, Charles                4  1 h } Kidd, Samuel           11 10 f
Houlahan, James                8  8 f } King, John              3 20 f
Houlahan, Patrick              8  7 f } Knapp, William          1 17 f
Houlahan, Richard              7  7 f } Laing, John             1 42 f
Houlahan, Thos.                8  8 f } Laird, Robert           4 10 f
Houlahan, Thos.                8  7 f } Laird, William          3  6 f
Houle, John B.                 3 27 f } Langman, Joseph         8 18 f
Hunter, Walker                 8 17 f } Langman, William        9 17 f
Ingraham, George               1 49 f } Langman, W. H.          8 20 f
Irwin, George                  8 12 f } Lambie, John            6  7 f
Jamieson, David                1 58 f } Lambie, Joseph          6  7 f
Jamieson, Robert               5 10 f } Lavery, Hugh            1 20 f
Jamieson, Walter T.            1 57 f } Lawson, George          5 16 f
Johnston, David                1 62 f } Lawson, Matthew         6 14 h
Johnston, David                1 59 f } Lawson, Wm.             4 15 f
Johnston, James                1  5 f } Lawson, William         6 14 h
Johnston, John                 1 57 f } Lealey, George          4 16 f
Johnston, Joseph               1 46 h } Learny, Patrick         3 15 f
Johnston, Wm.                  4  2 f } Learny, Thos.           3 20 f
Johnston, Wm.                  1 48 f } Lennox, Thos.           5  9 f
Jones, Clarkson                7 26 f } Lewis, Jas.             7 10 f
Kake, John                     3 13 h } Lewis, John             7 10 f
Kean, John                     2 70 f } Ling, Richard           1 12 f
Kearney, Patrick               4 17 f } Lister, Geo.            9 11 f
Keating, John                  4 17 f } Little, W. C.           4 15 f
Keeley, Morris                 5 20 f } Lock, George            8 16 f
Keenan, William                1 21 f } Locke, Joseph           7 17 f
Kell, George                   7  8 f } Loftus, Dominick        2 10 f
Kelly, Bartholomew             3 16 f } Loftus, James           1  5 f
Kelly, Bernard                 7 15 f } Loftus, Patrick         3 10 f
Kelly, John                    3  3 f } Logan, Thomas           5 14 f
Loughman, John                 5 22 f } Mills, William          9  6 h
Lount, George                  8 20 f } Mitchell, John          4  6 h
Lyons, Henry                   5 18 f } Mitchell, Michael       4  5 h
McArthur, Alex.                2 68 f } Mitchell, Thomas        4  5 f
McAuley, Angus                 1 69 f } Montgomery, James       3 25 h
McConkey, Thos.                5 14 f } Moore, Abraham          ? 61 h
McCourt, James                 1 22 f } Moran, Dominick         2  4 f
McDermott, Duncan              7  7 f } Moran, James            2  9 f
McDevitt, Wm.                  2 47 f } Moran, James            3  9 f
McDonald, Hon. Donald          3 23 f } Moran, John             2  3 f
McEvoy, John                   1 59 f } Moran, John             6  6 f
McEvoy, Patrick                1  5 f } Moran, Patrick          2  4 f
McEvoy, Thomas                 1  6 f } Moran, Thomas           3  4 f
McGinnis, James                3  8 f } Moran, Thos.            3  9 f
McGinnis, John                 2  3 f } Morgan, Joseph          8 22 f
McGinnis, John                 8  6 f } Morrow, Wm.            11 20 f
McGinnis, John                 7 12 h } Muir, Absolom           1  6 f
McGinnis, Patrick              3  2 f } Mulholland, Thos.      10 12 f
McIntosh, John                 2 58 f } Mulroy, Michael         1 19 f
McIntosh, Thomas               5  7 f } Murphy, William         1 11 f
McKenzie, Donald               4 26 f } Needham, Patrick        2  2 f
McKeown, Lawrence              2 19 f } Needham, Terence        1  4 f
McKernon, William              4 11 f } Nicholson, John         2 21 f
McLaughlin, Constantine        2  5 f } Nixon, Joseph           9 11 f
McLaughlin, John               1 11 f } Northgraves, Charles    9 13 f
McLaughlin, John               1 10 f } O'Connel, John          2 13 f
McLaughlin, Peter              1 10 f } O'Hara, Edw.            3  1 f
McLean, John                   1 47 f } O'Hara, James           3  2 f
McLelland, Neil                3 11 h } O'Hara, John            3  3 f
McLeod, Henry                  8 13 f } O'Neal, Dominick        5  7 f
McManus, John                  4 18 f } O'Neal, Henry           2  5 f
McMahon, Thomas                6  5 f } O'Neal, Henry           6 16 f
McQueen, Peter                 2 24 f } O'Neal, James           2 19 f
McTague, J.                    4  7 f } O'Neal, John            2 19 f
McVeigh, Henry                 2 21 f } Oliver, Dr.             1  7 f
McVeigh, James                 2 18 f } Pascoe, Richard         6 12 f
Madigan, John                  4 27 f } Paterson, Robert        8  5 f
Magrath, Charles               1  1 f } Phelps, N. & O. J.      3 11 f
Malcolm, Andrew                9  4 f } Preston, James          1 61 f
Manning, William               9 19 f } Preston, William        2 59 f
Manville, Napoleon             3 19 - } Priest, William         2 46 h
Marley, Martin                 4  6 h } Ryder, Peter            7 17 f
Marlow, James                 10  6 f } Richardson, Alexander   1 41 f
Marlow, John                   1 55 f } Richardson, George      3  1 f
Mason, W. J.                   1 66 f } Richardson, Gideon      2 50 f
Mills, Thomas                  6 15 f } Richardson, John E.     6 12 f
Riely, John                    2  9 f } Stone, John             1  3 f
Ritchie, David                 9  3 f } Stone, Thomas           9  6 f
Ritchie, James                 9  3 f } Storey, David           3 12 f
Ritchie, Janet                 8  4 h } Strath, Alex.          10  1 f
Ritchie, John                  9  2 f } Strath, George         10  1 f
Ritchie, John                  9  8 f } Street, Richard         8 15 f
Ritchie, John                 11  6 f } Summerfelt, John        4  4 f
Ritchie, John                  9 11 f } Swan, John O.           2 51 f
Ritchie, Thomas                9  3 f } Swan, Joseph            2 52 f
RItchie, Thomas                9  5 f } Swan, Thomas            1 51 f
Ritchie, William               8  3 f } Swan, Thomas            2 46 f
Ritchie, William               8  4 f } Swan, William           2 51 h
Robinson, George               8 16 f } Tudhope, William        8 21 f
Robinson, James                1  3 h } Thompson, James         7 18 f
Rooney, James                  6 19 f } Thompson, William       1 12 f
Rooney, Martin                 6 19 f } Thurlow, Henry          7 11 f
Rowat, Alexander               4  1 f } Thurlow, Robert         4  4 f
Rowat, James                   2 55 f } Tower, Bernard          3  3 f
Rowat, James                   2 53 f } Tower, Francis          4 19 f
Rowat, John                    2 57 f } Tower, James            3  3 f
Rowat, Mrs. Margaret           5  1 f } Tower, John             4 19 f
Rowat, Robert                  5  1 f } Torpey, Wm.             1 10 f
Rountree, Joseph               9 10 f } Towns, George           8  1 f
Rowley, William               10  2 f } Tripp, James           10 14 f
Rutledge, Mrs. Ellen           5 18 f } Turner, Gavin           1 55 f
Russel, James                  1 24 f } Tutton, George          1 12 f
Russel, John                   1 24 f } Turner, James           1 60 f
Savage, James                  2  9 f } Turner, John            2 60 f
Seaton, Francis                1 18 f } Turner, Thos.           2 61 f
Shannahan, Patrick             7  4 f } Tyrell, Michael        10 10 h
Sibbald, George                1 74 f } Tyrell, Mrs. Sarah     10 13 h
Simpson, John                  -  1 f } Urquhart, Mrs. Beatrice 8  9 h
Sinclair, James                2 56 h } Volmer, John           10  5 f
Smith, David                   4  7 f } Van Plack, John         9 26 h
Smith, George                  4  7 f } Walker, Wm.             8  9 f
Small, John                    2  8 f } Wallace, John           9  8 f
Snyder, George                 2 45 f } Wallace, Thos.          1 59 f
Snyder, Uriel                  1 47 f } Walsh, James           10  1 f
Sparks, Samuel                 9  9 f } Wanless, Wm.            3 24 f
Stafford, Obadiah             10 13 f } Whittaker, Richard      9 14 f
Stewart, George                8  8 f } Whittaker, Wm.         10 14 f
Stone, James                   4  7 f } Woodruff, Hiram         4 13 f
Stone, James                   1  6 f } Wray, George            2  1 h

INNISFIL

Post-Offices - Allendale, Bell Ewart, Bramley, Cherry Creek, Churchill,
    Fennells, Hockley, Innisfil, Leroy, Painswick, Thornton, Vine.

Adams, Richard              6 10 f ) Bathie, Edward               2  6 f
Adams, Robt                 6 10 f } Bathie, John                 2  6 f
Adams, Wm.                  6  8 f } Bealby, William              9  1 f
Allen, G.                   5 15 f } Beaty, James, weaver        10 15 f
Allen, James                4 12 f } Beaty, John                  4 18 f
Allen, John                 3 14 f } Bell, Charles, merchant     10 17 f
Allen, Thos.                5 15 f } Bell, Walter, wagonmaker     9 17 f
Allen, Wm.                  4 15 f } Bennett, Chas.              13  8 f
Allen, Wm.                  6  1 f } Bennett, Joshua              1 20 f
Ambler, Wm.                11 12 f } Bennett, Wm.                 4 10 f
Armstrong, George          12 23 f } Betteridge, Wm.              5  3 f
Armstrong, James           12 22 f } Birnie, James               11 23 f
Armstrong, John             1  4 f } Bishop, George               2 20 f
Armstrong, Wm.             12 22 f } Black, James                 9 17 f
Armstrong, Wm.             10  2 h } Black, Jas., jun.            9 13 f
Arthurs, Wm.               11  6 f } Black, James                 8 20 f
Averill, James              3 17 f } Black, John                  6 15 f
Averill, John            ]  3 18 f } Black, Johnson               9 17 f
Averill, Thos.           ]  3 18 f } Black, Robert               10 20 f
Ayerst, Alfred, blacksmith  3  1 f } Black, Robert                4  5 f
Ayerst, Edw.                4  4 f } Black, Robert             ]  3  3 f
Ayerst, Thos.               8  6 f } Black, Thomas             ]  3  3 f
Baikie, Magnus             12  9 f } Black, Wm.                  10 13 f
Banks, Andrew            ] 16  5 f } Black, Wm.                   2  5 f
Banks, Daniel            ] 16  5 f } Blackmore, John             13 13 f
Bannerman, Angus     ]   6 20 21 f } Blake, Rob't                13  3 f
Bannerman, George    ]   6 20 21 f } Bowman, Thos.                7  8 f
Bannerman, Wm.       ]   6 20 21 f } Boyd, Thompson               7 17 -
Banting, Thos. S., merch't  7  7 f } Booth, James                11 22 f
Barclay, David              6 14 f } Booth, James                12 13 f
Barclay, Francis, merch't   9 17 f } Booth, Rob't                11 24 f
Barclay, George             7 16 f } Booth, Wm.                  11 25 f
Barclay, John               7 15 f } Bowman, David               12 22 h
Bartiey, Thos               4 18 f } Bowman, John                 7 11 f
Bateman, Thos.              2 17 f } Bowman, John                 8  9 f
Bateman, Thos.              2 12 f } Bowman, John                 9 13 h
Bowman, Matthew            10  9 f } Cochran, John               13  6 h
Bowman, Matthew            11 17 f } Coleman, John, jun.   ]      2  2 f
Boyes, David                7 14 h } Coleman, John, sen.   ]      2  2 f
Boyes, Francis              8 14 f } Coleman, Wm.                 2  2 f
Boyes, Richard              3 26 f } Coleman, Wm. H.              2  2 f
Boyes, Thos.               14  3 f } Coleman, Wm. R.              2  7 f
Bradford, John, innkeeper   8 19 h } Constable, Alex.            11 23 f
Brewster, John              7 29 f } Constable, W.               20 23 f
Brooks, George             11  1 f } Connelly, Michael            7 10 f
Brown, Edw., innkeeper      2 13 f } Connelly, Timothy            7  9 f
Brown, James               12 17 f } Cook, Christopher            1  8 f
Brown, James               12  3 f } Cook, Thos.                  2  4 f
Brown, Wm.                  7  5 f } Cooper, Matthew, jr.         3  2 f
Bruce, John                 8 21 f } Cooper, Matthew, sen.        4  3 f
Burger, John S., agent     10 12 - } Corbett, David               8  7 f
Burke, Thos.                1 21 f } Corbett, Samuel              8 10 h
Bush, William              12  5 h } Coulter, Alex.               3 14 f
Burton, Joshua, pensioner   1 13 f } Coulter, Hugh                2 22 f
Cain, John                  9  5 f } Coulter, John               11 14 f
Cake, William              12  9 h } Coulter, Joseph             11 15 f
Cameron, George             6  9 - } Coulter, Wm.                10 13 f
Campbell, Duncan           11  7 f } Coulson, Rich., butcher      7  7 f
Campbell, George           11  3 f } Cousins, Ross                7  2 f
Campbell, William          12  2 f } Cowan, George               11 20 f
Canning, Alexander, teacher 4  4 f } Cowan, Wm.                   8 11 f
Canning, Robert             5 13 f } Cox, Robt.                   9 25 f
Canning, Samuel             6 14 f } Cox, Wm.                    11 11 f
Carley, Aaron           ]   9  2 f } Craig, Samuel               10 25 f
Carley, Sidney          ]   9  2 f } Craighead, James, carpenter  9 16 h
Carr, Benjamin             12 18 f } Craighead, John, limeburner  3 21 f
Carr, William              11 18 f } Crispin, Wm.                 6 17 f
Carruthers, William         6  9 - } Cronan, James             ]  4 20 f
Carson, Henry               7  1 - } Cronan, Wm.               ]  4 20 f
Chantler, Charles           9 16 - } Cronan, Thomas               4 20 h
Chamber, John, merchant     9 16 f } Cross, Charles               6 20 f
Chappel, Lomas              9  3 - } Cross, James                 9 19 f
Christie, Edward        ]   2 17 h } Cross, Wm.                   6 19 f
Christie, George        ]   2 17 h } Crawford, John               8  7 f
Christie, Ralph         ]   2 17 h } Culbert, Robt.              10 13 f
Clark, John                 7 18 f } Cullen, Gilbert             12 21 f
Clark, Michael & Patrick    8 18 f } Cullen, Samuel              12 21 f
Clayton, James             10  1 - } Cullen, Samuel              13 22 f
Clement, David              3 15 f } Cummiskey, David            12  4 f
Clement, Joseph             1 17 f } Cunningham, Abner           13 10 f
Clement, Lewis              1 15 f } Cunningham, Jas., saddler    7  1 f
Cluff, John                 5 16 f } Cunningham, Mrs. Jeannett    7 20 -
Cunningham, Robt.           4  5 f } Ferrier, Elias and William   7 23 f
Cunningham, Wm.             2  3 f } Ferrier, Mrs.                4 11 -
Currant, Michael            1 23 h } Ferrier, William             3  1 f
Currie, Archibald          13 25 f } Finlay, Jas. sen and Jas jun 5 22 f
Davidson, David             2 23 f } Finn, Thos.                  7  3 f
Dean, Wm.                   5 17 f } Fisher, Chas., butcher       9 17 f
Denure, Calvin              6 18 f } Fisher, George               1  1 f
Denure, Daniel              6 17 f } Fisher, John                 6 11 f
Dickey, Wm.                 7 17 f } Flsher, Chas. and Wm.        4  1 f
Dixon, Wm.                  6 25 f } Fleming, Joseph             11 23 f
Dodson, Jas., wagon maker   9 16 h } Folker, Wm.                 14 11 h
Dolmage, Gideon, carpenter  9 16 h } Foster, Mrs. Ann            10 17 h
Donaldson, John A.          4 16 h } Foster, Edward               6  8 f
Donnelly, Hugh              3 18 f } Foster, Thos.                6  6 f
Donnelly, John              3 18 f } Freighan, Joseph             1 16 f
Donnelly, Samuel            6 11 f } Fyfe, Joseph                 7  1 f
Donnelly, Wm., carpenter    3 19 f } Galloway, George            11 20 f
Draper, Bethel              3 16 f } Galloway, James             12 19 f
Draper, Wellington          4 16 f } Garbutt, Joseph              7  8 f
Duncan, James               6 18 f } Gardner, Edw.               11 16 f
Duncan, John             ] 10 13 f } Gerrod, Alfred               9 18 f
Duncan, Robert           ] 10 13 f } Gartley, Alex.               5 21 f
Duncan, William             6 16 f } Gartner, Henry               5  9 h
Dunn, Samuel               10  2 f } Gearing, Alex.               5 23 f
Dutcher, Matthew            5  2 f } Gibbons, George              7 24 f
Dutcher, William            5  2 f } Gibbons, John               11 11 f
Dyer, Charles              12  4 f } Gibbons, Mrs. Mary           2 13 f
Dyer, John                 12  4 f } Gibbons, Patrick             1 19 f
Dyer, John                  9 16 f } Gibbons, Thos.               7 24 f
Dyer, Lawrence             10 14 f } Gibbons, Wm.                 1 19 f
Ellis, James                8  9 f } Gibson, John                11  2 f
Ellis, James                9 16 - } Gibson, Wm.                 11  2 f
Ellis, John, shoemaker      9 16 - } Gilpin, George              12  1 f
Evans, Daniel, blacksmith   9 15 - } Gilpin, John                 6 26 f
Fagan, James               10 25 f } Gilpin, Robt.                8  1 f 
Fagan, Joseph              10 19 f } Gilpin, Wm.                  8  2 f
Fagan, Thomas              11 19 f } Gilpin, Wm.                  3 19 f
Farrell, James             12  9 h } Gilrea, John                 6  1 f
Faucett, Edw.               3  2 f } Goodchild, Wm.               7  2 f
Fennell, Robert             1 12 f } Goodfellow, John             7 18 f
Ferguson, Andrew            2  1 f } Goodfellow, Joseph           8 23 f
Ferguson, James            12 25 f } Goodfellow, Robt.            8 23 f
Ferguson, Jeremiah          2  1 f } Goodfellow, Wm.              3 21 f
Ferguson, Thos. R.          1  1 f } Gordon, Adam, merchant       8 19 f
Ferrier, Andrew             2  3 f } Gordon, John                 9 23 f
Ferrier, David, laborer     5  9 - } Gordon, Joseph               9 19 f
Gordon, Stuart              4 19 f } Hislop, Thos.                1  3 f
Gordon, Thos.              10 25 f } Hodgins, Silas               7 16 f
Graves, George           ]  8 20 f } Holden, Thos.                5  9 h
Graves, Thomas           ]  8 20 f } Hopkins, John                9  4 f
Graham, Robt.               8  9 f } Howey, Robt.                 3 21 f
Greaves, Wm.               10 22 f } Howey, Wm.                   8 25 f
Greenfield, Wm.             5 24 f } Hubbard, Wm.                 8  5 f
Greensides, Thomas          4  2 f } Hughes, Elijah and Robt.     2 18 f
Greensides, Wm.             5  3 f } Hughes, James                1 21 f
Gregg, John, innkeeper      4 16 f } Hughes, James and Thos.      6 20 f
Gregg, Robt.                4 10 f } Hughes, Nathaniel            2 15 f
Grey, Wm.                   6  3 f } Huggard, John, innkeeper    12 12 f
Griffin, David              1 19 f } Huggard, Joseph             12 11 f
Grose, David                3 13 f } Hunt, James                  8  2 f
Grose, Henry                4 21 f } Hunt, John                   1 21 f
Grose, Richard              3 20 f } Hunter, Andrew               8 15 h
Grose, Rob't                3 20 f } Hunter, David                8 10 f
Guest, Francis             12 26 f } Hunter, George               7 23 f
Guest, James               12 26 f } Hunter, John                 8  8 f
Guest, Thos.               13 24 f } Hunter, Wm.                  8 10 f
Gunn, John                  9 24 f } Hunter, Wm.                  8 11 f
Haliday, Rob't, miller      5  9 h } Hunter, Wm.                 13 12 f
Hammell, Edw.              13  9 f } Hurst, James and Thos.       8 12 f
Harrell, James             10 10 f } Hurst, Robt.                 9 17 h
Harris, John               12  6 f } Hurst, Thos., carpenter     10 15 h
Hart, Moses                11 11 f } Hurst, Wm.                  11 10 f
Hastings, James and Wm.     7 21 f } Hutchcroft, John             6  5 f
Hastings, Thos.             7 22 f } Ingham, Richard              5 11 f
Haughton, Agar              5  7 f } Irish, John, laborer         7 23 h
Haughton, Edw.              5  8 f } Irving, James               11 12 h
Helmsley, M.               11  3 f } Irving, James               11 14 f
Henderson, Archibald and           } Irving, John                11 14 f
   Hector                   8 18 f } Irving, Jonathan             4 19 f
Henderson, Neil             7 18 f } Irwin, John, brickmaker     13 13 h
Henry, James                7  1 f } Jack, Gamble                 7 23 f
Henry, Thos.                7  1 - } Jack, Thos.                  5 21 f
Hewson, Thos. H.           11 21 - } Jack, Wm.                    5 20 f
Hewson, Wm.                13 12 f } Jackson, Wm.                12 16 f
Higgins, John               3  4 f } Jago, Lindley               11  4 f
Hill, Arthur                7  7 f } Jamison, James               9  1 f
Hill, Wm.                  14  6 f } Jamison, Robt. M.         ]  4 17 h
Hill, Wm.                   3  5 f } Jamison, Wm. J.           ]  4 17 h
Hindle, Abel                3  8 f } Jenkins, David O.            9 18 h
Hindle, Charles             4  8 f } Jennis, George              11 15 f
Hindle, H.                  3  6 f } Jobbett, Edmund             10 17 h
Hipwell, Joseph             3  2 f } Johnson, James               5 10 f
Johnson, John              10 12 - } Little, Robert               6  7 f
Jones, Henry               11 21 f } Littlejohn, Wm.             12  2 h
Jones, James            ]   1  2 f } Livingston, Archibald        7 15 f
Jones, Richard          ]   1  2 f } Lockhart, John              11  9 f
Kelder, Mrs. Ellen         12 12 - } Lockhart, Joseph            10  8 f
Kelder, Wm.                12 12 f } Long, A., laborer           13  8 h
Kell, Wm.                   2 16 f } Long, Andrew              ]  5 20 f
Kelly, Wm.                  7 24 f } Long, John                ]  5 20 f
Kemp, Charles              12 35 f } Long, John B.             ]  5 20 f
Kemp, John                 12 25 f } Lougherd, Jas. and Thos.    11  4 f
Kendrick, James            13 10 h } Loughurst, James             7  4 f
Kenny, Miles               10  6 f } Lovatt, Thomas               9 13 f
Kidd, James                 1  2 f } Lovell, Michael             12 10 f
Kilgore, Robt.              5  1 f } Lucas, John                  5 18 f
Kinder, Christopher        12 13 f } Lucas, Thomas                4 11 f
King, Edw.                  8 25 f } Lucas, Wm. J.                4 18 f
King, John                  5 19 f } Lund, Richard, M.D.          4 14 f
King, Timothy               1 21 f } Lynn, Albert                 3 15 f
Kirkpatrick, Francis        2 14 f } Lynn, Isaac                  2 15 f
Kirkpatrick, J., blacksmith 4 15 f } Lynn, John                   3 15 f
Kneeshaw, Geo. and Robt.    1 17 f } McAush, Andrew              11 19 f
Kneeshaw, William          11 11 f } McCallum, Archibald         13  9 f
Lake, Elijah                4 17 f } McCarthy, John, bricklayer   4 15 f
Lamb, Christopher           9 15 - } McCartney, Mrs. Elizabeth    8  1 f
Latimer, James             10 20 f } McCleary, John               6 15 f
Latimer, Samuel            10 20 f } McCleary, Robert             8  5 f
Latimer, William           12 28 f } McConkey, Benjamin, mer-
Latimer, Wm. and Wilson     9 18 f }    chant                     8 16 f
Latimer, William            8 17 f } McConkey, Henry              9 20 f
Lautenbach, E.              8 10 h } McConkey, Mrs. Jane          8 16 f
Lee, John                   3 10 f } McConkey, James              8 17 f
Lennox, Ignatius            3  8 f } McConkey, James              6 26 f
Lennox, Isaac               5  9 - } McConkey, John               8 22 f
Lennox, John                2 21 f } McConkey, Robt.              8 18 f
Lennox, John                4 10 - } McConkey, Robert             7 21 f
Lennox, J. Tobias           4  9 f } McConkey, Thos.              1 23 f
Lennox, William, miller     5  9 - } McConkey, Thos. F.           6 27 f
Lennox, Wm., sen.           4  9 f } McConkey, Wm.                8 16 f
Leonard, John              10 22 f } McCraw, Robt. G., tailor    10 17 f
Leonard, Robert            10 23 f } McCullough, Alex.            8 21 f
Leonard, William           10 23 f } McCullough, Mrs. Jane        6 17 f
Leslie, James               7 18 f } McCullough, Thos.            6 19 f
Leslie, Joseph, gardener   13  6 f } McCullough, Wm.              8  5 f
Lewis, Thos. L., carpenter 10 16 - } McCullough, Wm. C.           6 21 f
Liscomb, Solomon           13 29 f } McDonough, John             12  8 f
Little, J., section master  8 20 - } McDonough, Roderic          12  8 f
McDougal, Wm.               8  5 - } Mason, Thos.                11 26 f
McGeeagh, Wm.               6 25 f } Mathers, Jas., wagon maker   4 15 f
McGee, Charles              7  7 f } Matthews, Wm.                1 16 f
McGee, George               3 15 f } Mays, George, laborer        5  9 -
McGill, Joseph             11  6 f } Meggison, Geo., laborer      5  9 -
McKay, Hugh                 5  9 f } Meggison, Thos., laborer     5  9 -
McKay, James, teacher      11 24 - } Meredith, Joseph            10 10 -
McKay, James                4  7 f } Meredith, Robt.             10  9 f
McKay, Jno., sen.           4  8 f } Meredith, Thompson          10  6 f
McKay, Jno., jun.           4  8 f } Meredith, Henry              9  7 f
McKee, Robert               4 19 f } Metcalfe, John              12 19 f
McKenzie, Matthew           5  3 f } Metcalfe, Robt.             12 16 f
McKenzie, Moses             6  6 f } Metcalfe, Wm.                5  1 f
McKinlass, Samuel           2  6 f } Miller, James               13  9 f
McLaughlin, Wm.             9 18 - } Miller, Benj.               12  6 f
McLean, Alex.               8 17 f } Miller, Robt.               11  8 f
McLean, A. N., agent        4 16 - } Miller, Samuel              11  7 f
McLean, George, shoemaker   4 15 f } Miller, Wm., sen.           12  8 f
McLean, James, innkeeper    7 15 f } Miller, Wm., jun.           12  7 f
McLean, Joseph, blacksmith  9 18 - } Milligan, Robt., shoemaker   2 16 f
McLelland, Mrs. M. A.       3 17 f } Millroy & Phillips           1 20 f
McLennan, Alex.             1  6 f } Miniken, Thos., carpenter   10  6 f
McLennan, John              3 21 f } Minto, James, carpenter      9 17 f
McMahon, John, laborer      3  9 h } Miscampbell, Andrew          3 13 f
McMenany, Wm.               2  3 h } Moir, George and John        2  5 f
McNeil, Donald, laborer     4 13 - } Montgomery, John            11 20 f
McQuade, James              8  3 f } Moore, Mrs. Charlotte        4 16 f
Main, John, carpenter       2 16 f } Moore, Hannah                5  4 f
Main, Richard, laborer      3 16 - } Moore, John                  8 11 f
Main, Wm., postmaster       2 16 f } Moore, Thos.                11 11 f
Mairs, Thos., sen.         12 22 f } Moore, Wm., weaver           4 16 f
Mairs, Thos.               12 22 f } Moran, Mrs. Agnes            3 10 f
Maltby, Joseph, teacher     2 16 f } Mores, Wm.                  14 12 f
Manear, George              8 15 f } Morris, Peter                9 21 f
Manear, John                9 14 f } Mulholland, Thos.  mill-
Manear, Samuel, sen.        8 15 - }    owner                    10 17 f
Manear, Samuel, blacksmith  9 17 - } Mulholland, Wm., millowner   8  7 h
Manear, Stephen             8 15 f } Myers, Adam, innkeeper      10 16 h
Manear, Wm.                 8 10 - } Myers, David                10 16 h
Mann, James                 5 11 f } Myers, Uriah                10 16 f
Manning, Samuel, mason      1  3 f } Nelson, George               9 10 f
Marshall, Alex.             6 23 f } Nelson, Mrs.                 9 14 f
Marling, Henry              9 17 h } Nelson, Robt., merchant      5 10 f
Marling, Rob't              1  5 f } Nelson, Wm.                  9 14 f
Martin, John                8 24 f } Neely, Alex.                 9 24 f
Mason, Thos.               11 21 f } Neely, James, sen.           9 19 f
Neely, James, jr.           9 25 h } Power, Roger                 7  1 f
Neely, Robt.                8 19 f } Pratt, Wm.                  12 17 f
Neely, Thos.               10 10 f } Pratt, Jesse                11 16 f
Neely, W. H.               10 10 h } Pratt, John                 11 17 f
Ness, Alex.                 7 18 f } Pull, Thomas                 5  5 f
Ness, John                  7 17 f } Purvis, David                9 23 f
Ness, Wm.                   8 21 f } Purvis, Henry               10 24 f
Newburn, Walter, engineer  10 17 h } Quance, Fred.               11 12 f
Nicholson, Franics         14  4 f } Quance, F. D.               12 14 f
Nicholson, Hugh             6 23 f } Quance, George A.           10 12 f
Nicholson, James and John   6 23 f } Quance, John                12 14 f
Nightingale, George         9 22 f } Rainey, David                3  7 -
Nixon, John                13 10 f } Rainey, James                3  6 f
Nixon, Thomas              13 10 f } Rainey, John, jun.           2  8 f
Nixon, Robt.               12 10 f } Rainey, John, sen.           3  4 -
Nixon, Wm.                 12 10 f } Rainey, William              3  7 f
O'Sullivan, Michael         1 21 f } Ralston, James               6 21 f
Orchard, Joseph            11 27 h } Ratewell, William            1 20 f
Orchard, Mrs. Sarah         9 16 f } Rear, Elisha                10 15 -
Orchard, Thos.             11 26 f } Rear, Thomas                10 16 h
Orchard, Wm., carpenter    10 16 h } Redfern, James              10 17 f
Padfield, Jeremiahm car-           } Redfern, John               12 21 f
   penter                   1 16 h } Redfern, Robert             12 17 f
Padfield, Wm. H.            1 16 f } Reed, Adam and John          5 17 f
Parker, Thos.               7 12 f } Reed, Dixon                  8 26 h
Parkes, John W.             1  2 f } Reed, George             ]  13 23 f
Pascoe, Thos. H.           -- -- - } Reed, James              ]  13 23 f
Patterson, James           10 18 f } Reed, William            ]  13 23 f
Patterson, John             5 14 - } Reed, Mrs. Esther            7 21 f
Patterson, Wm.              4 13 f } Reed, Robt.                  9 22 f
Pattinson, Wm.              8 18 f } Reeves, Robert J.            5 13 f
Pauling, Charles           13  4 f } Reeves, Thomas               5 14 f
Peacock, Christopher        8 14 f } Reid, John                  11 24 f
Peacock, George             8 14 f } Reynolds, B., innkeeper     10 17 h
Peacock, John               8 11 f } Reynolds, Henry              8 13 f
Peacock, Thos.              8 13 f } Reynolds, James              8 10 f
Pearson, Mrs. Rachel        9  1 - } Reynolds, John               8  6 f
Pebbles, Mrs.              13 22 f } Reynolds, John              10 17 h
Perkins, C. A.             12  3 f } Reynolds, Robert             8 13 f
Picken, Robert              2  6 f } Reynolds, Robert             8  9 f
Pelkey, Peter              14  8 f } Reynolds, Samuel             8  6 h
Plaisteed, Stephen         10  1 - } Reynolds, Samuel             7 10 f
Plant, Thos.                7  2 f } Reynolds, Samuel            10  9 f
Poole, Joseph, teacher      7  7 f } Reynolds, Wilson             8  9 f
Poole, Rev. J.              2  5 f } Rich, Henry                  9 20 f
Postle, James               8  4 f } Richardson, James            9 15 f
Richardson, John           13 15 f } Sharpe, John                 6  5 f
Richie, Charles             4  6 f } Shell, John                 12  9 f
Robertson, Matthew          7 15 f } Shepherd, John               7  6 f
Robins, James               9 15 f } Shepherd, Peter             11 17 f
Robins, John                9 15 f } Sherlow, Alex.              11 10 f
Robins, Wm., carpenter      9 15 f } Shrigley, John              12  5 f
Robinson, Francis          11 25 f } Shrigley, Lemuel            12  5 f
Robinson, John             12  9 f } Shrigley, Mahlon            12  5 f
Robinson, John             11 22 f } Shrigley, Robert            11  3 f
Robinson, Joshua           10 22 f } Shrigley, Wellington         3  6 f
Robinson, Moses            11 22 f } Shultz, Augustus, potter     3 16 f
Rogers, Robert              5  6 f } Sibbald, Andrew, teacher     7 20 f
Rogerson, Francis           2 20 f } Sibbald, James              13 15 f
Rogerson, Richardson        3 19 f } Sibbald, John               14 13 f
Rogerson, Wm.               2 19 f } Sibbald, Thos., shoemaker    9 16 h
Rolland, William            8 19 f } Sides, Benj.                14 12 h
Rolley, Hugh                7 21 f } Simpson, James              10  1 f
Ronan, Patrick             13 13 f } Simpson, Richard             9  1 h
Rose, John                  2 17 f } Sizer, Ira                   5  1hh
Roskelly, Chas.            10 17 f } Sloan, Henry, blacksmith     4 13 f
Ross, Alexander             5 11 f } Sloan, James, blacksmith     4 16 h
Ross, Benj. sen. and Wm.    8 15 f } Sloan, John                  9 16 h
Ross, Benjamin jun.         9 16 f } Sloan, John sen. and jr.     4 13 f
Ross, Charles, merchant     9 16 f } Sloan, John jr., blacksmith  3 15 f
Ross, George                3  3 f } Sloan, Robert W.             4 13 f
Ross, John                  3  3 f } Smith, James                 8 26 f
Ross, John                 12  9 f } Smith, John B.              12 16 f
Ross, William               7  4 f } Smith, Mrs.                  8 16 f
Ross, William              12  9 f } Smith, Thos. G.              9 21 f
Sawyer, Alfred              6 22 f } Smith, Thos.                11 11 f
Sawyer, John                1 14 f } Smith, Wm.                  11 19 f
Sawyer, Thomas              1 15 f } Smith, Wm. G.                1 16 f
Scott, Christopher, laborer 8 15 h } Soules, David               13 26 f
Scott, James            ]   5 11 f } Soules, Mrs. Elizabeth      13 26 f
Scott, Robert           ]   5 11 f } Soules, Samuel              13 26 f
Scott, William          ]   5 11 f } Spillet, Jacob               1  3 f
Scott, John, merchant       7  5 f } Spooner, Alonzo              5 24 f
Scott, John                 7  6 f } Spring, Isaac                7 20 f
Scott, Thos., cabinet maker 7  1 f } Sproule, Robt.               5  7 h
Scroggie, James jun.        5  4 f } Sproule, Thos.              11 24 f
Scroggie, James sen.        5  4 f } Sproule, Wilson              5  5 f
Scroggie, John              6  4 f } Steel, Joseph                9 21 f
Shannon, Thomas            13 16 f } Stewart, Alex., innkeeper    7  7 f
Shapcott, Wm., wool'n. fac.14 11 f } Stewart, Michael             9  5 f
Sharpe, George              5  5 f } Stewart, Thos.               8  7 h
Stewart, Thos.              2 21 f } Wallace, Robert              4 22 f
Stewart, Wm.                2 14 h } Wallace, William             7  3 f
Stott, George, carpenter    9 15 h } Walker, Samuel               9  2 f
Strathey, John             13  7 f } Wann, James                  6 24 f
Summers, Wm. sen. and jr.  10  5 f } Warnica, Alfred             12 15 f
Sutherland, Donald          8 25 f } Warnica, George             12 14 f
Sutherland, John            1  4 f } Warnica, John               12 15 f
Swann, M., Wesleyan Minis-         } Warnica, Samuel             12 14 f
   ter                      7  2 f } Warnica, Orchard            12 27 f
Syearly, George, station           } Warnica, Wm.                10 19 f
   master                   9 18 h } Watson, Wm.                  1  3 f
Tanner, Walker              8 20 f } Webb, Caleb                 10 14 f
Tapper, Wm.                 2 14 f } Webb, Andrew                12 11 f
Taylor, Henry               5 18 f } Webb, Job                   10 15 f
Taylor, Robt.               6 14 f } Webb, Joseph                10 15 f
Tebo, Lawrence              6 25 h } Webb, Lot, blacksmith       10 15 f
Terry, David               10  4 f } Webb, Mark, innkeeper       10 15 h
Theakston, Charles         10  2 f } Webb, Thos.                 10 15 f
Thomas, Wm.                 1 22 f } Webb, Thos. jr.             12 23 f
Thompson, Andrew            6  3 f } Webb, Wm.                   11 18 f
Thompson, Chas.            13  4 h } Webb, Wm. jr.               11 21 f
Thompson, George           10 21 f } Welch, Michael               6 20 f
Thompson, George           11  1 f } West, John                   4  3 -
Thompson, James            10  9 f } Whitehead, George, teacher   9 15 f
Thompson, John              7  7 h } Wilkinson, Robert           12 17 f
Thompson, John             10 18 f } Williams, Joseph            13  6 h
Thompson, Richard          11  6 f } Willoughby, John             1  3 f
Thompson, William           7 19 f } Williamson, T. B., clerk     9 17 h
Thorburn, William           6  9 f } Wilson, David                4 17 f
Thornber, William           5 26 f } Wilson, Francis             10 20 f
Tindall, Marmaduke          8  4 f } Wilson, John                10 18 f
Todd, Ebenezer              2 19 f } Wilson, Mrs. Jane            9 15 h
Todd, John                  1 22 f } Wilson, John                 9 15 h
Todd, Mrs. and Thomas       5 12 f } Wilson, John                 6  1 f
Torrance, William           5  9 h } Wilson, Hiram, carpenter     3 16 f
Trueman, Beaty              9 16 f } Wilson, Lambert              3 16 f
Trueman, Hugh               4 16 f } Wilson, Samuel              12 18 f
Trueman, John               4 15 f } Wilson, Wellington           4 14 f
Twigg, William             13 10 f } Wilson, Wm.                 13  1 h
Tyrer, Edward, tailor       9 15 h } Wise, Adam                  13 11 f
Vanderburg, John            6  6 h } Wise, Francis               11 13 f
Vanevery, David and John    8 19 f } Wise, George                14 10 f
Vernon, James              13 24 f } Wise, John                  11  6 f
Vernon, John               14 27 f } Wise, Nathaniel             11 13 f
Wallace, Andrew             6 22 f } Wise, Oran                  12 13 f
Wallace, George             5 22 f } Wise, Peter                 11 13 f
Wray, Samuel                4 20 f } Wright, Samuel               7  7 f
Wray, Thos.                 3  7 f } Wright, Wm.                  7  5 f
Wray, Wm.                   5  5 f } Wyse, Henry                 13  5 h
Wright, Stewart             8  3 f } Young, James, laborer        7  9 h
Wright, Mrs. Catharine      9 19 h } Young, Wm.                  10 21 f
Wright, Daniel              9 16 f }                                    
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MEDONTE

Post-Offices - Coldwater, Coulson, Creighton, Hillsdale, Medonte,
               Mount St. Louis, Warminster.

Adams, William           7  8 h } Ball, Wm.                    13  7 f
Allen, John R.           1 53 f } Ball, Warn                    7  1 h
Andrew, Matthew          4 20 h } Bannister, John               1 74 f
Archer, Edw.             1 56 f } Barclay, John                 6 23 f
Archer, James            1 68 f } Barr, Daniel                  5 18 f
Archer, John             1 68 f } Barr, Francis                 4 15 f
Archer, William          9  5 f } Barr, George jr.              7 15 f
Ardagh, W. D.            3  5 f } Barr, George                  6 11 f
Ardagh, W. D.            4 14 f } Barr, John                   11  6 f
Arnal, Andrew            4 16 f } Barr, Rob't                   6 18 f
Arrel, Alex.             9  4 f } Barr, Walter                 14  5 f
Austin, John             1 64 f } Barter, J. & W.              12 10 f
Badger, George          12  6 f } Beard, John                  11  2 f
Baker, Edward            6  2 f } Beard, Joseph                11  1 f
Baker, Jesse             7  2 f } Beard, Rob't                 11  2 f
Baker, Joseph            7  2 f } Beaton, Arch'd                8  1 f
Baker, Peter            14  7 f } Beattie, Thos.                1 72 f
Ball, Aaron             10  9 f } Beatty, W. H.                14 18 f
Ball, Abner             13  7 f } Bell, James                   8  4 f
Ball, Absalom           10  4 f } Bell, James                   7  8 f
Ball, Elijah             9  4 f } Bell, John                   ?1  3 f
Ball, George            12 13 f } Bell, Mrs.                    7  9 f
Ball, Gideon,           11  4 f } Bell, Thos.                   8  4 f
Ball, Henry             14  6 f } Blaney, James                11 13 f
Ball, James             10  4 f } Blackstock, W. H.             1 56 f
Ball, John              13  5 f } Bloomfield, Wm.              10  2 f
Ball, Joseph            13 24 f } Blue, Duncan                  4 11 f
Ball, Joseph            13  5 f } Bolton, Richard               2 41 h
Booth, James             8  7 f } Cole, Joshua                  8  9 f
Boyd, Thos.              7 16 f } Colley, Edward                9  7 f
Boyd, Wm.               10 16 f } Connor, Dennis               13  9 f
Boynton, James           2 51 f } Connor, John jun.            10  7 f
Braden, Michael         14  3 f } Connor, John                 10  8 f
Bradley, Arthur         12 16 f } Connor, Peter                10  8 f
Brawley, David           5 21 f } Connor, Thomas               10  7 f
Brawley, Robinson        4 21 f } Cook Bros.                    1 63 f
Brawley, Wm.             6 24 h } Cook, James                   6  1 f
Britton, Wm.             1 75 f } Cook, John                   10  5 f
Brothers, Green          1 51 f } Cook, Jonathan               10  2 f
Brotherston, David       9  7 f } Coulson, James                5 11 f
Brotherston, Wm.         7  8 h } Coulson, James                8  3 f
Brown, Edward           10  6 h } Coulson, John S.              7  5 h
Brown, Robert            1 72 f } Coulson, William              6  8 f
Brush, Rowland          10 12 f } Cowan, William                7 22 f
Buchanan, Donald         8 18 f } Craig, Arthur                 1 44 f
Buchanan, Duncan         7 16 f } Craig, John                   1 43 f
Buchanan, John           7 17 f } Craig, John jun.              8 16 f
Buchanan, John           8 19 f } Craig, Thomas                 ? 17 f
Buchanan, Malcolm        8 19 f } Craig, William                1 54 f
Burnfield, James         6 14 f } Dalziel, William              4 20 f
Burnfield, Robert        6 18 h } Darling, William              7 15 f
Byrnes, John            13  5 f } Davis, Clark                  1 75 f
Calhoun, Chas. B.        1 51 f } Davis, James                  6 20 h
Campbell, Wm.            5 23 f } Deacon, George               14  6 f
Carmichael, Dugald       8  3 f } Deacon, William              14  6 f
Carmichael, John         8  3 f } De Clare, Joseph             13  6 f
Carmichael, Malcolm      8 27 f } Dehart, Robert               11  4 f
Casey, Michael          14  8 f } Devitt, John                  7 11 f
Caswell, Samuel          5 20 f } Diamond & May                 1 55 f
Cavanagh, Michael       10  6 f } Dickie, Michael               1 55 h
Cavanagh, Thos.         10  6 f } Dickie, James                 1 56 f
Cavanagh, Wm.            9  8 f } Dissette, George              8  8 f
Chambers, John           5 11 f } Dissette, John                8  8 f
Chambers, Robert         5 23 f } Dolan, Francis                ? 16 f
Chismore, Harvey        13  3 f } Donnelly, M.                 10  5 f
Chismore, John           8  2 h } Donnelly, John               13  2 f
Chismore, William       11  6 h } Donnelly, Peter              14  6 f
Christie, Alex.         13 16 f } Douglas, Alex.                5 21 h
Clapham, Wm.             9  6 f } Douglas, Wm.                  8  7 f
Clark, Angus             9  3 f } Doyles, Charles              13  2 f
Clark, John              9  3 f } Drury, Edward                 8 17 f
Clark, Wm.               9  3 f } Drury, John                   8 16 f
Cleland, Peter           ? 53 f } Drury, Thos.                  6 16 f
Colberry, George H.      3 23 f } Dudley, Thos.                10  7 f
Dudley, Wm.              7  5 f } Gleadell, Thomas              8 21 f
Dunlop, Andrew          14  4 f } Goodfellow, Thomas            8 15 f
Dunlop, James            9 10 f } Gordon, Peter                13  2 f
Dunlop, Mrs. E.         14  1 h } Gore, George                  5 15 f
Dunlop, John            10 14 f } Gore, James                   4  8 h
Dunn, James              5  9 f } Goss, Charles                11  9 f
Dunn, John              13  1 f } Goss, Henry                  12  9 f
Dunn, Wm. sen'r          6  9 f } Goss, Joseph                 11  7 f
Dunn, Wm. j.             6 12 f } Graham, James                 1 45 f
Durnford, Edward        12 24 f } Graham, Richard              13  7 f
Dutton, Wm.             14  7 f } Greatriex, William            8 22 f
Dyment & Dayman          2 67 h } Greenlaw, Francis             2 53 h
Edgerton, Wm.            7  1 f } Greenlaw, James               2 49 f
Elliot, Wm.              7 13 h } Greenlaw, Robert              4 23 f
Ennis, Francis           4 11 f } Greenlaw, Thomas              4 23 f
Eplett, John             9 11 f } Greenlaw, Mrs. T.             2 49 f
Fagan, John              6  2 f } Guild, John                  11  1 f
Faragher, Mrs.           1 56 f } Gunn, James                   1 53 f
Farrel, Cornelius       12  7 h } Haley, George                 1 42 h
Fitzgerald, James        4 12 f } Hallen, Edgar                13 11 f
Fitzgerald, John         3 11 f } Harris, Henry                13 10 f
Fitzgerald, John         4 10 f } Hatch, James                 12 14 h
Fitzgibbon, John         3 11 f } Hatch, Thomas                12 14 h
Fitzpatrick, Mrs.        5 16 - } Hawke, Alfred                10 12 f
Fitzpatrick, Michael     4 13 f } Hawke, Edward                10 12 f
Fitzgerald, Patrick      4  8 f } Hawke, Henry                 13 24 f
Flanagan, Michael        3  8 f } Hawke, James                 10 15 f
Flanagan, Patrick        4  7 f } Hazelton, Charles             3 11 f
Fowler, Alex.            9  9 f } Hazelton, George              3 22 f
Fowlie, Albert           3 17 f } Hazelton, Wm. H.              3 22 f
Fox, James              10 20 f } Hickey, Bartholomew          13 12 f
Fox, John               10 20 f } Hickey, Wm.                  13  5 f
Fox, Thos.              10  1 f } Hill, Alex.                   1 55 f
Fraser, John             4 24 f } Hill, Isaac                   9 16 f
Frawley, Cornelius       5  9 f } Hill, Tomlinson               1 57 f
Frawley, John            5  9 f } Hinds, Wm.                    3  1 f
Frawley, Mrs.            3 10 f } Hodginson, -----             14  1 h
Frawley, Patrick         5  9 f } Holt, Wm.                     1 55 f
Frith, George            1 42 f } Horsburg, Alex.               9  8 f
Ganton, David            3  8 f } Hough, John                   4  7 f
Ganton, Mrs.             3  8 f } Hunt, George                  8  1 f
Garnett, John            1 43 f } Hunt, Wm.                     7  1 f
Gawley, Andrew           3 18 f } Hussey, John P.               3  9 f
Gill, David             12 19 f } Hussey, John                  4  9 f
Gill, John               7  3 h } Hussey, Michael               4  9 f
Gilmour, W. R.           1 60 f } Hutton, John                  1 50 f
Ingraham, James          1 49 f } Livingston, John             11  5 f
Ingram, George           3  6 f } Livingston, James            12  3 f
Ingram, Robert           3  7 f } Livingston, John             11  5 f
Irwin, Stuart            3 20 f } Livingston, Richard          11  6 f
Jones, Clarkson          1 73 f } Loney, James                  5 22 f
Johnson, Arthur          8 14 f } Lovering, Henry              12 24 f
Johnson, Wm.            13  4 f } McArthur, John               12  2 f
Johnson, Wm.             8 16 f } McArthur, Peter               3  1 f
Johnson, George         14  6 f } McCardell, Duncan             9  8 f
Johnston, John           9  1 f } McColl, John                  7 18 f
Johnston, John           7 10 f } McColl, John B.               7 19 f
Johnston, Robt.          2 54 f } McConnel, Mark               11  8 f
Kean & Fowlie           14 23 h } McDonald, Alexander           3  2 f
Kean, James              1 55 h } McDonald, Archibald           4  3 f
Kean, John               3 12 f } McDonald, Hugh               12 24 h
Kelly, John             13  8 f } McDonald, Hugh                4  3 f
Kelly, Richard          13  8 f } McDOnald, John                3  2 f
Kent, George L.          9 13 f } McDonald, John                1 64 f
Kent, W. H.              9 14 f } McDonald, Owen                5  6 f
Kerr, Joseph            12  2 f } McFarland, Alfred            10  5 f
Kehoe, Patrick           7 14 f } McFarland, Randolph          12  4 f
Kinghorn, John           4 14 f } McGill, John                  2 72 f
Kinghorn, Robt.          4 13 f } McHenry, E.                   1 55 f
Kingley, John           11  3 f } McHugh, Daniel               13  1 f
Kissick, Joseph          5  1 f } McHugh, John                 10  9 f
Kissick, Robt.           5  1 f } McHugh, Patrick              13  1 f
Knox, John               1 75 f } McKerrol, Archibald           9  1 f
Kyle, Patrick           13  3 f } McKerrol, Hugh                9  1 f
Kyle, Wm.               14 13 f } McKerrol, James               7  5 f
Laing, Alex.             1 41 f } McKerrol, Peter               3  2 f
Langan, Patrick          5 16 f } McKinlay, Archibald          12  4 f
Langman, J. G. & W.      7  9 f } McKinlay, Dougald            12  4 f
Laramy, Wm.              7 23 - } McKinlay, Malcolm             6  8 h
Lawlor, Patrick         12  1 f } McKinless, Samuel             4 17 f
Lawlor, Patrick         12  8 f } McKinless, Thos.              4 16 f
Lawlor, Thomas          12  1 f } McKinley, Francis             1 55 f
Lawrie, John D.         12 21 f } McKinnon, John                3  3 h
Lawson, Mrs.             6  3 f } McLean, John and Neil        10 10 f
Layhea, Timothy         13  9 f } McLeod, Malcolm               2 52 f
Laxier, Mrs. N.         14  6 f } McMillan, Robert              4  2 f
Leason, Francis          6 22 h } McMurray, J. S., Toronto      2 47 f
Leatherdale, Luke       11  1 f } McMurrich, John               1 65 f
Leitch, Mrs.             8  1 f } McNab, F.                     1 56 f
Livingston, Alexander   12  3 f } McNamara, Lawrence            3 10 f
Livingston, Dougald     11  6 f } McNelly, Patrick              5 17 h
Livingston, Duncan      11  5 f } McQueen, John                12 16 f
McWaters, Samuel         6 21 f } O'Connor, John               12  7 f
Malcolm, John            3 24 f } Oliver, Lewellyn, Barrie      2 56 f
Marin, Philip            7 13 f } Orr, William                 12 17 f
Martin, James            4 19 f } Orr, Guy                     12 17 f
Martin, Thomas          12  8 h } Orser, Jeremiah              11  1 f
Mathewson, Neil          8 11 f } Orton, Joseph                12 15 f
Mayes, John              5 24 f } Orton, Nephew                 9  7 f
Melvin, Thos.            4  9 f } Overend, Henry               12  9 f
Miller, Alex.           13 15 f } Overend, William             14  2 f
Miller, Alex. jr.       13 14 f } Paterson, Joseph              8  2 f
Miller, David           10 15 f } Pew, Thomas W.                2 75 f
Miller, George           6 10 f } Prout, William                3 19 h
Miller, Gideon           8 15 f } Power, Richard                2 62 f
Miller, James            5 13 f } Power, Richard                4 17 h
Miller, Rob't. jr.       6 10 f } Price, William               14  1 h
Miller, Rob't            6 11 f } Pristney, John                1 56 f
Miller, Rob't M.         6 13 f } Quail, Robert                 1 69 f
Miller, Samuel          13 14 f } Quinn, James                  2 62 f
Miller, Thomas           5 12 f } Rankin, Thomas               12  1 f
Miller, Wm.              9 15 f } Reid, Archd.                  9  2 f
Moffatt, Wm.            11  8 f } Reid, James                  10  2 f
Moon, Edmund            10 11 f } Reid, James McM.              9  6 f
Moon, Robert            10 17 f } Reid & Loney                  3 21 f
Moon, Rob't              9 15 f } Reid, Samuel                 12  6 f
Moon, Theophilus        10 16 f } Reid, William                 4 20 f
Moon, Thos. B.           9 15 f } Reid, William                 9  2 f
Moon, Wm.               13 12 f } Rice, Thomas                 14  1 f
Moore, Rob't J.          9 18 f } Richardson, George            9  6 f
Moran, James             2 24 f } Richie, Albert                3  9 f
Moran, Martin            4 14 f } Riley, Peter                 13 18 f
Moriarty, James         13  9 f } Ritchie, William              6  9 f
Morrish, Henry          11  4 h } Rix, William                 16  6 f
Morrison, Angus         10  6 f } Robertson, Andrew             7 15 f
Morrison, Charles        1 56 f } Robertson, Robert             7 12 f
Morrison, Edward         9  1 f } Robins, James                10  9 f
Morrison, James          1 56 f } Robins, John                  9  9 f
Morrison, John           7 17 f } Robins, Robert               13  6 f
Morrison, William        1 41 f } Robins, Wm.                  13  6 f
Morrow, David            9 12 f } Rogers, Peter                14  6 f
Mulholand, Thomas       10 18 f } Ross, B. W.                   2 43 f
Mulligan, James          4 15 f } Ross, Geo.                    3  8 f
Murphy, Patrick          1 56 f } Ross, John                    1 73 f
Murray, William          8 15 f } Rush, Joseph L.               1 41 f
O'Brien, Michael        12  5 f } Russell, Edwin               11 11 f
O'Connel, John          12  2 f } Russell, Eli                 11 11 f
O'Connor, James         11  5 f } Russell, Job                 11 11 f
Russell, Richard        10 13 f } Terry, Wm.                    7  3 f
Russell, Wm.            10 13 f } Teskey, Benjamin             14  5 f
Rutherford, Fred.       11 20 h } Teskey, Charles              14  5 f
Rutherford, Wm.          6  4 f } Teskey, Joseph               13  2 f
Rutledge, W. N.         11 18 f } Thompson, W.                 14  8 f
Ryan, James T.          12 18 f } Thompson, Christopher         4 22 f
Ryan, James H.          11 20 f } Thompson, Dugald             11  3 f
Ryan, John P.           14  6 h } Thompson, James              12  7 f
Ryan, Wm.               14  6 f } Thompson, James              11 12 f
Ryan, Wm. N.            12 18 f } Thompson, John                4 22 f
Rynolds, Thos.          15  4 f } Thompson, John                1 55 h
Rynolds, Wm.            13  4 f } Thompson, Wm.                 7  9 f
Scarlett, James          2 73 f } Thornton, Matthew            13  3 f
Scarlett, John           1 74 f } Thornton, Peter              12  8 f
Scarlett, Robt.          2 74 f } Thornton, Peter              11  1 f
Seager, Henry           10  8 f } Tinney, John                  7 21 f
Shanahan, Edmond         4 21 f } Todd, Joseph                  7 23 h
Shanahan, John S.        3 11 f } Towns, Thos.                  1 66 f
Shanahan, Thos.          3  7 f } Twedle, John                  1 72 f
Shanahan, Thos. J.       3  6 f } Vasey, Matthew                3 22 f
Sheen, Dennis           13  9 f } Volmer, John                  8 21 f
Shires, Charles         10  1 f } Walker, Daniel               11  9 f
Shires, Christopher     10  1 f } Walker, Edmund               11 17 f
Shires, Edwin           14  2 f } Walker, George, sen.         11 17 f
Shires, Francis         14  6 h } Walker, George               11 17 f
Simpson, Thomas          7 14 f } Walker, John                 11 16 f
Sinclair, Isaac         13 12 f } Walker, Joseph                1 56 f
Small, James            11 14 h } Walker, William               6  3 f
Smith, George           14  7 f } Waller, William               5 20 h
Spencer, Francis        14  1 h } Waples, William               6  1 f
Spence & Freeman        11 24 f } Watt, James                   1 75 f
Spence, John            11 11 h } Watton & Tate                 1 56 f
Strathey, John, Toronto  1 47 f } Wayman, John W.              14  2 f
Stewart, Wm.             3 20 f } Williamson, James            11  1 f
Strong, Joseph          13 13 f } Wilson, George                4 17 f
Strong, Robert          13 13 f } Wilson, Roger                 7 24 h
Sudhope, John            6  4 f } Wilson, WIlliam              11 14 f
Sullivan, Daniel         5 10 f } Winslow, John                 5 12 f
Sullivan, John          14 10 f } Woodrow, Archibald            6  5 h
Swail, John              9 22 f } Woodson, Archibald           11 21 f
Swail, Joseph            9 22 f } Woodson, Jas. and William    13 23 f
Swail, Thos.             9 22 f } Wright, George               14  3 f
Switzer, Wm.            10  1 f } Yates, James                  5 10 f
Sykes, John              7 19 f } Yon, Gregory                  8 14 f
Sykes, Thos.             8 18 f } Yon, Peter                    8 17 f
Taylor, George           2 69 h }

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MONK

         Post-Office - Falkenburg, Point Kaye.

Arnold, Levi           12 28 h } Jack, John W.                 A 26 f
Bard, Chas.            10 13 h } Jack, Wm.                     A  7 h
Bard, Fred.            11 13 h } Jackson, John                 9  4 h
Beasley, Wm.            8  7 - } Johnston, Samuel              6 14 h
Beaumont, John          5  5 f } Kaye, Charles                13 32 h
Beckmore, Henry         1  8 h } Kaye, James                   4  6 h
Black, Angus            6 12 h ) Kinch, John                  13 10 h
Bowerman, Thos. M.      7  5 - } Kinch, Sanford               13 11 h
Breeze, August         10 19 h } Kirby, Nathaniel              A 16 h
Breeze, Charles        10 10 h } Lamb, Job                     1  5 h
Breeze, Lemont         10 11 h } Lambert, John                 4  4 f
Breeze, Martin         11 10 h } Lindsay, John                17 22 h
Brown, Wm.              A 15 h } Lount, C. W.                  1  1 h
Browning, A. H.         2 11 - } Lowe, David                   A 14 h
Browning, James B.      3  B - } Lucas, James                  9 10 h
Buckham, Mrs. Amelia    A 23 - } Lynn, Richard                 6 18 h
Burton, Wm.             A  B - } McCardie, Wm.                 4 13 h
Campbell, James         9 15 h } McCarthy, Maurice             9 21 h
Campbell, John          9 13 - } McConnell, ------            11 20 h
Carson, John           13  4 - } McEwing, Wm.                 12 22 h
Cathers, Wm.            A  7 h } McIntosh, Donald             13 16 -
Chamberlin, David       8  8 h } McIntosh, John               13 18 h
Clegg, Joseph D.       13 27 h } McIntosh, F.                  3  4 f
Collis, Wm.             2 16 h } McKee, Joseph                 A  8 h
Collison, Thos.         4  7 - } McKenny, Alex.                9 23 h
Coulson, John           A 10 h } McKenny, James               11 21 h
Cowan, Alex.           12 15 h } McKenny, John                10 25 h
Dane, Paul      Island  B    f } McLaren, Henry               13 13 -
Davis, David            3  9 h } McMahon, Michael              3  7 h
Holditch, James        10  5 h } McNabb, Wm.                   6 13 h
Holditch, Samuel       10  6 h } McNearney, Robt.              A  5 f
Holditch, Wm.           3  5 h } McNearney, H. C.              A  6 f
Hollingsworth, George  13  9 h } Managan, Patrick              A  1 f
Howard, Mrs. Mary       A 25 h } Mason, John                   9 16 -
Hughes, Peter           1  4 h } Mason, Wm.                    9 17 -
Huson, W. J.            9 12 h } Mawhinney, John               3  4 h
Hutton, John           13 26 h } May, Henry                   10 12 -
Davis, Thos.            3 10 h } Nevins, Thos. C.             12 17 h
Dimmer, Thos.           8 10 h } Nichols, Robt.                2  3 h
Donelly, Robt.         10 18 h } Palmer, Robt.                 8  3 h
Donelly, Thos.         11 16 h } Pattinson, Thos.             12 27 h
Evitt, Mrs.             2  9 h } Payne, Wm.                    5  4 h
Ewing, G. M.            7 14 f } Percival, Charles             A 17 -
Fitzmaurice, Edw.       6  8 h } Percival, Henry               4  3 h
Fitzmaurice, Thos.      6 17 f } Pinnell, H.                   2  8 h
Fitzmaurice, Maurice    6 16 h } Pope, Thomas                  A 11 h
Fitzmaurice, Patrick    6 15 - } Rennie, William               7 12 h
Fitzmaurice, Thos.      3  6 - } Ross, William                 8  6 h
Foster, James           6  3 - } Rusky, Fred.                 10  8 h
Foster, Thos.           3 11 h } Scholey, George               1  7 h
Gault, Rodolph         10  7 h } Skiller, William             12 25 h
George, Thos.           ?????? } Smith, Albert                 2  8 h
Getty, Robt.            6  5 h } Smith, Thomas                 8  4 h
Getty, Wm.              7  6 h } Specdie, John                 4  5 f
Gibson, James           5  6 h } Spencer, W. H.                4 10 h
Gibson, Wm.             5  7 h } Stalk, John                   1  3 h
Glass, James           12 23 h } Stoker, Charles              10 27 h
Graham, Jacob          13 20 - } Stokes, Edward                A  4 f
Grant, Donald           5  8 - } Stokes, George                A  3 h
Hamilton, Mrs. Ann      ? 24 - } Tate, WIlliam                 A  9 h
Hard, John             13  7 - } Taylor, John                  6  4 h
Hard, Mrs. Mary        13  8 - } Terry, George                13 30 h
Hard, Wm.              13  5 - } Thompson, John                4  9 h
Hewett, Jos.            ?  2 f } Thompson, Mary A.             5 12 h
Harper, Robt.           9  5 h } Volk, Philip                  7  9 h
Holden, Wm.             4 12 h } Wallace, John                 7 13 h
Mears, Richard          8 26 h } Whitfield, William            1  6 h
Moore, Francis          A 21 - } Whitley, George               6 19 h
Moore, Matthias         A 19 - } Woodcock, T.                  8 16 h
Munroe, Percival       12 24 h } Woodcock, William             A 12 h
Ness, George            A 21 - } Wooley, George               10 22 h
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MONO

Post-Offices - Camilla, Elba, Elder, Lorraine, Mono Centre,
               Primrose, Relessey.

Aberdeen, Jas., blacksmith 8 32 f } Adair, James               4  5 f
Adair, John A.             5 11 f } Arthurs, James             5 18 f
Adair, Wm.                 4 11 h } Atkinson, Samuel           7  5 f
Agnew, Robt.               1 26 h } Atkinson, Thos.            4  4 f
Aikens, Robert             5 24 f } Avison, Edward             4 22 f
Allen, Mrs. Elizabeth      4 27 h } Avison, John               5 22 f
Allen, Henry               1  7 h } Avison, Wm.                2 32 f
Allen, John                4  6 f } Babe, Thos., teacher       8  2 h
Allen, Richard             6  3 f } Babe, Wm.                  6  8 f
Allen, Richard             4 13 f } Bailey, Thos.              3  2 f
Allen, Robt.               3  7 h } Baker, Thos.               2 25 h
Allen, Thos.               8 28 f } Ball, William              8  3 h
Allen, Thos.               4  6 f } Barber, James              7 29 f
Allen, Thos.               4 15 h } Barber, William            3 30 f
Allen, Wm.                 6  3 f } Barber, William            1 29 f
Allen, Wm.                 4  6 f } Barclay, John              3 17 f
Allen, Wm.                 4 13 f } Barnett, Mrs. Elizabeth    3 14 h
Allingham, Thos.           2 30 h } Barnett, James             3 17 h
Amess, Charles             8 32 h } Bastedo, John              1 20 f
Anderson, Archibald        7 22 f } Beatty, Matthew            3 13 f
Anderson, Charles          2 18 h } Beatty, David              8 13 h
Anderson, Henry            1  5 h } Beatty, Thomas             7 24 f
Anderson, Irwin            6 15 f } Bell, William              3 10 f
Anderson, James            2 18 h } Bennett, William           3  1 f
Anderson, James            4 32 f } Benson, Robert             6 27 f
Anderson, James            4  5 f } Blanchard, William         3 26 h
Anderson, James            6 07 f } Booth, Ward, shoemaker     6  1 h
Anderson, Joseph           6 17 f } Bowers, James              7 19 f
Anderson, Joseph           6 22 f } Bowers, John               7 18 h
Anderson, Robt.            6 21 f } Bowers, William            6 19 f
Anderson, Thos. blacksmith 1 16 h } Bowes, John                2 31 f
Anderson, Wm.              6 24 h } Boyle, Carter              6 31 f
Anison, Thos.              1 13 h } Boyle, John                6 27 h
Anison, Wm.                1 30 f } Bracken, Hugh              2 10 f
Arlow, Robt.               7  1 h } Braiden, Andrew            3 32 f
Armstrong, Charles         3 25 f } Brett, Richard             6 32 f
Armstrong, Francis         ?  6 h } Brett, George              7 28 f
Armstrong, James           1  7 h } Brett, Joseph              2  9 f
Armstrong, James           1  8 h } Brett, Thomas              3  9 f
Armstrong, James           7  4 f } Brinkman, Arthur           5 28 f
Armstrong, James W. teacher1  7 h } Brinkman, Joshua           6 30 f
Armstrong, John            7  7 h } Brinkman, Peter            5 26 f
Armstrong, John            2  1 h } Brown, Andrew              3  6 f
Armstrong, Thos., M.D.     8 32 f } Brown, David               3 27 f
Armstrong, Wm.             7  6 h } Buchanan, David            5  3 f
Armstrong, Wm.             7  6 h } Buchanan, James            2 28 h
Arthurs, Edward            5 18 f } Buchanan, John             2 17 f
Buchanan, John             5 12 f } Cotton, Whitfield          5 20 f
Buchanan, Roland           2 27 h } Cotton, Wm.                4 29 f
Buchanan, Robert           2 24 h } Craig, John                4  4 h
Buchanan, Thomas           1 28 h } Crookshanks, James         2 17 f
Buchanan, Thos. sen. & jr. 5 15 f } Crookshanks, John          2  6 f
Calbert, Wm.               1 28 h } Crookshanks, Samuel        3  2 f
Calligan, George           3 13 h } Crozier, Samuel            6  5 f
Campbell, Wm.              8 20 h } Culbert, James             8 23 f
Campbell, Wm.              6  1 h } Currie, Hugh, merchant     2 16 f
Canning, Wm.               1 13 f } Curry, Thos.               2 11 f
Carberry, John            12  4 h } Currie, Thos.              3 18 f
Carson, Francis            4  5 h } Curry, Francis             3 17 f
Carson, Henry              5  5 f } Curry, James H.            3  5 f
Carson, Joseph, teacher    3  8 h } Curry, John                3 17 f
Carter, Mrs. Jane          3 30 h } Curry, Robt.               2  4 f
Castles, James             2 27 h } Curry, RObt.               2 11 f
Cavanagh, Charles          2 15 h } Cuthbert, John             5  1 h
Cawthers, Nixon            1 32 h } Dale, Hugh                 3 10 f
Cheney, Christopher        3  7 h } Dale, Hugh                 3  5 f
Christian, Henry           2 20 f } Davis, Alex.               2 11 f
Clare, Richard, carpenter  1 22 f } Dawson, Geo.               2 32 h
Clark, John                2  5 f } Decatur, James K.          3 16 f
Clark, John                3 32 h } Delaney, Edw.              2  1 f
Clark, Wm., sawyer         4 11 h } Dermott, Jos.              1 24 f
Cobean, David              8  7 f } Dermot, Wm.                4 17 h
Cobean, Edward             8  8 f } Dewsbury, Isaac            1 27 f
Cobean, James              8  6 f } Dines, Wm.                 6 16 f
Cobean, Robt.              8  6 f } Dodds, Geo., merchant      1 32 f
Cockerell, Wm.             3 23 h } Dodds, Hugh                2  5 h
Coleman, Andrew            5 18 f } Dodds, James               2  5 h
Coleman, Wm.               5 18 f } Dodds, James               5  8 f
Coleman, James             5 17 f } Dodds, Robt.               4  1 f
Coles, Richard             8 11 h } Dodds, Wm. J.              5  7 h
Colwell, John              8 25 f } Dolan, James               3 29 f
Colwell, Robt.             8 16 f } Dolan, John                3 28 f
Conley, Mrs. Ann           6 28 f } Donnahey, Wm.              8 30 f
Conlin, Owen               2 20 h } Donaldson, Alex.           7  5 f
Conolly, Joseph            5 21 f } Donaldson, John            6  8 f
Cook, Thos.                6 24 f } Dougherty, Joshua          1 18 f
Cooper, Alex.              3 10 h } Dowdell, Michael           1 27 f
Coulter, James             4  9 h } Duke, William              6  2 f
Conn, Courtney             5 26 f } Duke, Wm.                  5  3 f
Conway, Alex., M.D.        5 15 h } Dunn, Robert, blacksmith   8 13 f
Corbett, Richard, merchant 8 32 f } Dunning, Noah              2  6 h
Corbett, Robt.             1  9 f } Elder, John                5 25 f
Cotton, Thos.              5 29 f } Elder, Thomas              6 25 f
Elder, William             6 26 f } Graham, Colwell            1 32 f
Elder, John                3 19 f } Graham, Duncan             3 26 f
Elder, Joseph              7 10 f } Graham, Robert             8  1 h
Elgie, Thos.               6 12 h } Greer, Joseph              8 16 h
Ellis, Samuel              3 11 h } Greer, Wm. J.              5 32 f
Ewan, James                7 26 f } Hackett, Thos., shoemaker  8 13 f
Ewan, Samuel               8 27 f } Haddock, John              7 25 h
Ewan, William              8 27 f } Haddock, Joseph            7 23 f
Ewing, John                2  7 f } Halbert, Adam              6 22 f
Ewing, William             4 23 f } Halbert, Adam              4 12 f
Falconer, Simon            3 11 f } Halbert, James             2 28 f
Farley, Wm., shoemaker     8 16 h } Halbert, John              6 22 f
Faster, James              2  8 h } Hall, David                3 28 f
Fenwick, Henry             6 13 f } Hall, Thos.                5  7 h
Ferguson, John             1 11 h } Hall, Wm. sen.             3 32 f
Fiddis, Thomas         ]   3  2 f } Hall, Wm. jr.              3 31 f
Fiddis, William        ]   3  2 f } Hall, Wm.                  2  6 h
Fines, George              4 27 h } Hall, Wm.                  3  5 f
Fines, John                2 29 f } Hamilton, James            2  3 h
Fines, Norris              3 23 h } Hanoven, J.                7  3 f
Fines, William             1 28 f } Hare, David                4  3 f
Fines, William, jun.       1 28 h } Harper, John               1 30 f
Flatt, Jonathan            4 20 h } Harper, Allen              1 28 h
Fleming, John              1 10 f } Harper, Wm.                8 29 f
Fleming, William           8 10 h } Harshaw, George            2  9 f
Fletcher, James            6 29 f } Harshaw, George H.         1  8 h
Fletcher, Johnston         7 28 h } Harshaw, Thos.             1  9 h
Foley, John                6 11 f } Heathers, John             2 19 h
Forsyth, Peter             3 21 f } Henderson, Edward, inn-
Fox, Reuben                3 26 h }    keeper                  1 31 h
Frame, Hugh                1 13 h } Henderson, Wm.             1 11 f
Freebury, James            4  5 h } Henderson, Thos., merchant 8 32 f
Friend, James              2 23 f } Henry, Andrew              3 15 f
Funston, John              3 13 h } Henry, John                7  7 f
Galbraith, Daniel          5 21 f } Henry, Joseph              4 19 h
Galbraith, Daniel          2 13 f } Henry, Robt. J.            2 24 h
Galbraith, John         ]  5 19 f } Henry, Wm. jr.             7  7 f
Galbraith, Micaiah      ]  5 19 f } Henry, Wm.                 7  7 f
Galbraith, Robert          3 11 f } Herbison, George           1 30 h
Garvey, Owen               7  6 f } Hetherington, James, black-
Gibney, Andrew J.          2 23 f }    smith                   8 26 f
Glover, Hugh               3 20 f } Hetherington, John, black-
Glover, John               1 23 f }    smith                   8 26 f
Glover, Wm.                3 23 f } Hetherington, Samuel       8 26 h
Gowan, Thos., merchant     8 32 f } Hicks, John                2  7 f
Gracey, Wm.                1 28 h } Hicks, Thos.               4 16 h
Hilliard, Henry            2 11 h } Jeffers, James, carpenter  7  1 f
Hillock, John              8 32 f } Jeffers, Thos.             5  3 h
Hillock, Thos.             4 30 h } Jeffrey, John J.           5 14 h
Hogg, Thos.                5 31 f } Jenkins, Edward            1 10 f
Holland, Robinson          8 22 h } Johnston, Alex.            3 28 h
Holmes, Thos.              4 21 h } Jones, Wm.                 7 15 f
Holmes, Thos.              4  1 f } Jordon, George             3  7 h
Horner, David              1 31 f } Kee, Samuel                7  1 f
Howard, James              1 15 f } Kells, Wm.                 6 12 f
Howard, Joseph             4 15 h } Kendrew, James             7 32 h
Howard, Wm.                2 22 h } Kenn, James                3 14 h
Huggins, Samuel            3 32 h } Ketchum, Jesse             1  2 f
Hunter, John               7 31 f } Kidney, Robert         ]   4 24 f
Hunter, Thos.              2  3 f } Kidney, William        ]   4 24 f
Hunter, Thos.              6 14 h } Kinsley, George            2 22 f
Huston, Alex.              2  2 f } Kyles, James               1 20 f
Huston, James              1  4 h } Lackey, Robert             8 32 h
Huston, James H.           2  3 f } Laidlaw, Hugh              3 19 h
Huston, Thos.              1  1 h } Laidlaw, John              2 31 f
Huston, Robt.              1  1 f } Laidlaw, Robert            2 20 f
Hutchinson, John           7 19 f } Laing, Samuel T., teacher  1 19 h
Hutchinson, Wm.            8 19 f } Lamma, William             5 13 f
Ingraham, Alex.            1  ? h } Lashbrook, James           3 27 h
Irwin, Arch'd.             2 31 f } Laverty, Henry             7 21 f
Irwin, Christopher         3  6 f } Laverty, James             8 20 f
Irwin, James               1 19 f } Laverty, John              7 20 f
Irwin, James               6 23 f } Laverty, William           4 25 f
Irwin, James               3  1 f } Leaking, WIlliam           1 26 f
Irwin, John, innkeeper     2 26 h } Lee, Henry                 3 25 f
Irwin, Robt.               6 18 f } Lee, Thomas, shoemaker     8 24 h
Irwin, Thos.               8 28 f } Leeson, Anthony            3 31 f
Irwin, Wm.                 7 18 f } Leighton, George           3 28 f
Irwin, Wm.                 8  4 h } Leighton, John             3  8 f
Island, George             1  5 f } Leighton, Joseph           2  8 f
Island, John               1  3 f } Lemon, Henry               7  1 h
Island, Joseph             1  3 f } Lewis, John                7  9 h
Island, Michael            1  4 f } Lewis, Samuel              3 29 h
Island, Wm.                1  2 f } Lewis, Thomas B.           3 29 h
Jackson, Robt.             1 10 f } Lewis, William             4 26 f
Jackson, Thos.             1 11 h } Liddy, Samuel              2 32 f
Jackson, Wm.               2 25 f } Lindsay, James             8 14 f
Jackson, Wm.               7  2 f } Lindsay, John D.           8 17 f
Jackson, Wm.               3 19 f } Lindsay, Andrew            1 29 f
James, Alex.               8 18 f } Lindsay, George            2 30 h
Jamieson, Robert           5 28 f } Lindsay, James             7 16 h
Jamieson, John             7 30 h } Lindsay, John              1 29 f
Lindsay, John B.           8 12 f } McKim, Wm.                 1 22 f
Lindsay, Thos.             2 29 f } McLaren, Duncan, wagonmkr  8 32 f
Lindsay, Wm.               2 30 f } McLaughlin, Michael, miller7  1 f
Little, George             1  5 f } McManus, James             8  2 h
Little, George             2 26 f } McMaster, James            2  7 f
Little, Gilbert            5 16 h } McMaster, Matthew          2  2 f
Little, John               2 27 f } McMaster, Wm.              1  6 h
Little, Wm.                1  5 f } McNabb, Geo.               1 30 h
Lundy, David               1 13 f } McNabb, John               7 30 f
Lundy, James and John      3 16 f } McNabb, John               8 31 f
Lundy, Joseph              2 14 f } McNab, Wm.                 7 32 f
McBride, John              8  4 f } McNabb, Wm.                8 32 f
McBride, WIlliam           3 14 h } McNaughton, Daniel         3 17 f
McBrien, James C.          4  3 h } McQuilken, Neil            4 14 f
McBrien, John              4  3 f } Maguire, John              5 30 f
McCabe, Charles            2 23 f } Maguire, Wm.               7 23 f
McCabe, Felix              2 22 h } Maharg, Clarke             3 22 f
McCabe, Henry              2 26 f } Martin, Edw.               5 31 f
McCabe, Henry              7 29 f } Martin, Geo.               8 29 f
McCabe, James              8 23 f } Martin, Stephen            6  6 f
McCabe, Patrick            2 26 f } Martin, Wm.                3  4 f
McGabe, Patrick            3 15 f } Marshall, James            2 14 f
McCallun, Daniel           5 30 h } Marshall, John F.          2  5 f
McClelland, John           2 26 h } Matson, Robt. L., merchant 8 13 h
McClelland, William        2 29 h } Matthews, Jacob            1  9 f
McCluskey, William         2 10 f } Matthews, Wm.              8 16 h
McCoppin, Fred.            7 17 f } Maxwell, John              3  3 h
McCraken, Thomas           2 17 h } Medley, R. W., merchant    6 20 h
McCrauston, Edward      ]  1 26 h } Meek, James, sen'r         5  2 h
McCrauston, James       ]  1 26 h } Meek, James                5  2 f
McCuaig, William           4 18 h } Middleton, Walter          2 23 h
McCutcheon, James          6 21 f } Mills, John, cabinetmaker  8 20 f
McCutcheon, Robt.          2 18 f } Mills, Robert              8  5 f
McCutcheon, Robt.          7 11 f } Mitchell, John             5  4 f
McFarland, Mrs. Martha     8 17 f } Moffatt, Henry             5 12 f
McGuire, Hugh              5 20 f } Moffatt, James             8  9 h
McKee, Samuel              2 15 f } Moffatt, Robt., carpenter  7 15 f
McKelvey, Wm.              4 25 f } Moffatt, Wm.               1 27 f
McKenna, James             8  9 h } Moffatt, Wm.               5 14 h
McKenna, Wm.               7 11 f } Montgomery, Andrew         2 14 h
McKenna, John, blacksmith  8  5 h } Montgomery, David          2  3 h
McKenny, Alex.             8 30 f } Montgomery, George         5 23 h
McKenzie, Geo.             1 24 f } Montgomery, George         3 10 h
McKenzie, Roderick         2 28 h } Montgomery, James          3  4 f
McKim, John                4  7 f } Montgomery, James          1 25 h
McKim, Wm.                 5  5 f } Montgomery, John           3 12 h
Montgomery, John           3 10 h } Pendleton, Richard         8 19 h
Montgomery, Joseph         3  3 h } Perfect, Robt.             3  1 h
Montgomery, Robt.          1 14 f } Perry, James            ]  5  6 f
Montgomery, Samuel         3  4 f } Perry, John             ]  5  6 f
Montgomery, Wm.            2 14 h } Phenix, John               1 17 f
Moor, Samuel               7 31 f } Phenix, Mrs. Mary          1 16 f
Moor, Thos.                3 21 f } Phenix, Samuel             1 15 f
Morrison, Alex.            7 27 f } Phillips, Joshua           3  1 f
Morrison, Arthur           4 28 f } Poyntz, John               3  3 h
Morrow, Wm.                4 10 h } Quigley, Geo.              4 22 f
Morrow, Allan              1  7 h } Quigley, John              8 13 h
Muldoon, Mrs. Mary A.      7  3 f } Quinn, James               8 21 f
Mullin, Edward             3 20 f } Quinn, John                1 28 h
Mulvogue, Hugh             2 26 h } Rankin, Mrs. Eliza         5 20 f
Munns, Wm.                 3 18 f } Reid, Jeremiah             3 14 f
Neil, Alex., carpenter     2 18 h } Reid, John                 1 19 f
Neil, James                3 13 f } Reid, John                 2 11 f
Neil, Mrs. Janet           2 15 f } Reid, Joseph               2 10 f
Neil, Wm.                  4 14 h } Reid, Thos.                2  8 f
Nellis, John               1 21 h } Reid, Wm.                  1 10 f
Nellis, Joseph             6 16 h } Reid, Wm.                  2 17 f
Newell, Hugh               7 26 f } Reid, Wm.                  3  3 h
Newell, John, innkeeper    8 32 h } Richardson, Thos.          1 12 h
Newton, Samuel             4 30 f } Ritchison, Isaac           1  7 f
Newton, Wm.                3 31 f } Ritter, George             1 16 h
Nicholson, Obadiah         3  1 h } Robinson, Francis          1 32 f
Nixon, Malboro             3 14 h } Robinson, James            1 22 f
Noble, Samuel              8 30 f } Robinson, James            3 12 h
O'Neil, Felix              8 15 f } Robinson, John             3 13 f
Orr, Wm. J.                2 15 f } Robertson, Mrs. Josephine  8 32 f
Parker, Geo., miller       8 24 f } Robinson, Wm.              6 31 f
Parks, James               1 16 f } Robinson, Wm.              4 17 f
Parks, John                1 16 h } Robinson, Wm.              3  5 f
Partridge, Henry           7 24 h } Robinson, Wm., carpenter   4 15 h
Patterson, Aaron           2 16 h } Roddick, Thos.             1  6 f
Patterson, Thos.           1 18 f } Rush, Alex.                6  6 f
Patterson, Thos.           1 21 h } Rush, John                 6  7 f
Patterson, Wm.             4  8 f } Rusk, Isaiah               5  8 f
Patterson, Wm.&Co., sawyers1 22 h } Ryan, Patrick              3  1 f
Patterson, Wm.             2 16 f } Sanders, Francis H.        2  2 f
Patterson, Wm.             1 18 f } Scott, James               4 10 h
Pearson, James             4  2 f } Scott, John                5 10 f
Pearson, James          ]  3  8 f } Scott, Richard             2 27 h
Pearson, Thos.          ]  3  8 f } Shaw, George               2 31 f
Pearson, John              6 28 h } Shaw, Joseph               2  4 h
Pendleton, James           7 15 h } Shaw, Mrs. Mary            6 30 f
Shaw, Robert               8 30 h } Strong, Jonathan, blksmith 7 15 f
Sherra, John               1 13 h } Tanner, Samuel             1 27 f
Shields, Robert            4  9 f } Tate, Joshua               8 32 f
Siggins, George            4  1 f } Taylor, George, carpenter  8  9 f
Simpson, James             2 19 f } Taylor, W. Sutherland      3  1 f
Simpson, Joseph            2 19 f } Thompson, Joseph, weaver   5 25 h
Simpson, William, cooper   8  1 h } Thompson, Samuel           6 26 h
Skelton, John              2  4 f } Thompson, Wm. J.           3 28 -
Sleator, Peter             6  2 f } Terry, Sinclair, carpenter 1 16 h
Small, Richard             3 30 h } Tilney, Wm.                1  2 h
Smith, Chas. and James M.,        } Tipping, Geo.              1 12 f
   merchants               1 26 h } Toal, Robt.                3 32 h
Smith, James M.            1 24 f } Totten, David              8  7 f
Smith, John M.             1  6 f } Tremble, Robt.             3 18 f
Smith, John                1 32 f } Trueman, Jos.              3 15 f
Smith, Robert              6  9 h } Turnbull, Alex.            1 20 f
Smith, Thomas              2 21 h } Turnbull, Alex.            2 19 f
Smith, William             2 21 h } Turnbull, John             2 20 f
Snell, George              6  7 f } Turnbull, John S.          3 22 f
Snell, Isaac               8  2 f } Turnbull, Robt. saw-miller 1 19 f
Snell, James               8  3 f } Turnbull, Thos.            1 14 f
Snell, Thomas              6 29 f } Turnbull, Thos.            4 21 f
Snell, William             7 27 h } Turnbull, Wm.              2 19 f
Snider, John N.            1  6 f } Waights, Thos.             5 16 h
Snowden, Joseph            2  3 h } Waights, Thos.             4 19 h
Spiers, Robert             8 15 h } Wake, John                 4 31 h
Spiers, Thos.              7  3 f } Wallace, James             6  4 f
Sproule, Nathaniel         3 14 h } Wallers, Robt.             5 17 h
Stephens, Tilton H.        3  4 f } Ward, Lewis                7  8 h
Stephenson, John           1 12 f } Webber, Geo.               1  3 h
Stewart, Donald            7  4 h } Weir, Wm.                  1  5 h
Stewart, Duncan            4 29 h } Welsh, Robt.               8  1 f
Stewart, James             4 28 f } Whimps, Robt.              2 26 h
Stewart, John              1 25 f } White, Henry               3  6 f
Stewart, Robt.             4 29 h } White, John                8 10 f
Stewart, Wm.               6 18 h } White, John                8  9 h
Still, David               3  9 f } White, Robt.               5  9 h
Still, David               5 22 f } White, Thomas              7  8 h
Still, James               2 16 h } Wilcox, George, butcher    2  2 f
Still, James               3 22 f } Wilcox, Joshua             2  2 f
Still, John                1 15 h } Wilcox, Robert             2  2 f
Still, Wm.                 1 21 h } Wiley, James               3 27 f
Stinson, James             4 16 f } Wiley, Samuel              1 25 h
Stinson, James             7 22 f } Willarton, Christopher     6 10 f
Stone, John                3 24 f } Williamson, Mrs. Margaret  8 21 f
Storey, Robt., blacksmith  3 19 f } Wilson, Henry              2 13 f
Wilson, James              7 21 f } Wilson, Thomas             4 18 h
Wilson, James              8 31 f } Wilson, William            4 18 h
Wilson, James              8 11 h } Wilson, William           17 16 h
Wilson, Mrs. R.            1 17 f } Wilson, William            7 20 f
Wilson, John, merchant     3 19 f } Wilson, William            2 13 h
Wilson, John               2 30 h } Wisdom, Moses              1 26 h
Wilson, Wm. L., shoemaker  3 19 f } Woodland, Joshua           2  4 f
Wilson, Richard            2  8 f } Wright, Joseph             8  1 f
Wilson, Robert             6 20 f } Wright, James              2 21 h

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TOWNSHIP OF MORRISON

NOTE: - g r w signifies Grant Road West, and g r e Grant Road East.


Anderson, Henry          grw 13 f } Cook, Wm.                  3 25 f
Anderson, Wm. W.         gre 13 f } Cork, Joseph               3 25 f
Arnes, Ferdinand           6 26 f } Cocks, Hugh sen'r          2 14 f
Averell, Graves            1 30 f } Cocks, Hugh jun'r          2 29 f
Bailey, John               ? 15 f } Cuthbert, Jas., shoemkr  gre 11 f
Bayley, J. Q.              w  1 h } David, Adelhart            9 21 f
Bayley, Wm. D.           grw  1 f } David, August             10 22 f
Beatty, George           grw  7 f } Dierks, Charles            9 22 f
Bell, Duncan             gre 15 f } Dierks, Henry, teacher     3 21 f
Bennet, Peter              4 24 f } Dicker, John L.            9 23 f
Bentz, Wm.                 4 25 f } Didlo, Henry               9 23 f
Bentzinger, Fred.          4 22 f } Dilworth, Joseph         grw 18 f
Bowers, James              2 33 f } Dilworth, Robert         grw 28 f
Bowes, John                6 22 f } Dilworth, Wm.            gre 26 f
Boyd, Andrew C.   car-            } Doolittle, Aurelius        3 32 h
   penter                grw  ? f } Draper, Asahel           gre  7 f
Boyd, James, sen'r       gre 14 f } Draper, Charles          gre  6 f
Boyd, James, jun'r       grw 11 f } Duncan, Thomas           gre 22 f
Boyd, John               grw 10 f } Dyer, Lawrence            10 28 f
Cannell, Edward          gre 31 f } Ewerbeck, John             5 26 f
Canning, John              3 24 f } Furet, Gustave             4 31 f
Cherry, Moses            gre 35 f } Gieike, Martin             9 29 f
Charles, James             3 33 f } Graham, John, blacksmith grw  2 f
Clipshum, Michael, black-         } Hiedman, Henry            10 29 f
   smith                 gre 17 f } Hueston, John            gre 16 f
Collins, Edward            3 26 f } Hughes, George            10 19 f
Hughes, Robert           grw  4 f } Rabman, Jacob              9 27 f
Hunter, Joseph             2 32 f } Rankin, Thomas           gre 25 f
Hunter, Thomas             5 28 f } Robinson, Jas.           grw  8 f
Jackson, Jas. H., mercht gre  1 f } Robinson, Thos.          grw 26 f
Johnston, Adam, sen'r    grw  6 f } Roushorn, Henry          gre  4 f
Johnston, Adam, jun'r      3 59 f } Sample, John               6 24 f
Johnston, Thomas           4 29 f } Sample, Wm.                5 23 f
Koch, John                11 30 f } Schaffer, Fred.           25  6 f
Langman, Thomas,   inn-           } Schelp, Patrick          gre 29 f
   keeper                gre 19 h } Schultz, Auguste           9 24 h
Lehman, Gustave            7 24 f } Schultz, Ernest            7 26 h
Lloyd, Alfred              2 27 f } Scott, John, sen.        grw 33 f
Llyod, Arthur              2 25 f } Scott, John, jun.        grw 29 f
Llyod, Francis             2 27 f } Scott, Joseph            grw 34 f
McClelland, David        grw 14 f } Scott, Wm.               grw 33 f
McClelland, Moses        gre 20 f } Sillib, Henry            gre  8 f
McCormick, Angus           8 30 f } Simmington, Henry        grw 20 f
McCormick, Donald          8 26 f } Simmington, Wm.          grw 19 f
McDonald, Allan            8 25 f } Skinne?, Joseph M.         4 26 f
McDonald, Duncan           8 25 f } Stein, Fred                8 34 f
McKenzie, Charles        grw  1 f } Street, Caspar            10 23 f
McLean, Angus              1 27 h } Street, Richard F.       gre 12 f
McLean, Archibald          9 26 f } Summerhill, John           2 26 f
McLean, Donald             9 30 f } Timmins, Arthur            2 13 f
McLean, Lachlan            8 28 f } Upton, Wm.               gre 30 f
McPhee, John               8 27 f } Upton, Wm. R.            gre 29 f
Maguire, John              4 30 f } Wardell, Joseph            2 17 f
Mcnardus, Wm.              3 31 f } Whiteside, John            2 30 f
Monaghan, Hugh             4 32 f } Whiteside, Richard         2 31 f
Moore, Wm.                10 30 f } White, Thos.             grw 16 f
Mytz, Nicholas             8 20 f } Wilson, Thos., merchant  gre  2 h
Meytz, Valantine, sen'r    9 19 f } Wianko, Adolphus           9 27 f
Meytz, Valentine, jun'r   10 18 f } Wianko, Wm.                7 30 f
Nelson, Joseph           gre 21 f } Young, Matthew             5 22 f
Pilger, Jacob              8 23 f } Young, Wm.                 2  w

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MULMUR

Post-Offices - Banda, Black Bank, Honeywood, Lavender, Mansfield,
               Mulmur, Rosemont, Stanton, Whitfield.

Aberdeen, Alex             2  1 h } Aberdeen, James            5  1 f
Aberdeen, Thomas H.        2  6 f } Black, Wm.                 5 16 f
Airth, William             3 14 f } Blair, Benj.               3 16 f
Alleby, Robert             2 17 f } Blair, James               3 15 f
Allen, Isaac               1 32 f } Blair, John                3  4 h
Allen, Samuel              2 25 f } Bowers, Thos.              4  1 f
Allen, Thomas              3 17 f } Bowes, Edw., merchant      8  1 f
Amos, Joseph, shoemaker    8  1 f } Boyles, Richard            3 10 f
Anderson, David, shoemaker 6 11 f } Boyles, Susan              3 10 f
Anderson, Robert           7 12 f } Bradley, Abram             5  4 f
Anderson, Thomas           2  2 h } Bradley, Edw., senr.       1 22 f
Anderson, William          7 10 f } Bradley, Edw., jr.         1 22 f
Andrews, Wm., sen.         3 28 f } Bradley, Edward            4  7 h
Andrews, William, jun.     3 28 f } Bradley, James            11  4 f
Archer, James, jun.        2  9 f } Bradley, Richard           8 26 f
Archer, Wm., carpenter     2 10 f } Bradley, Richard           5  4 f
Armstrong, David           7 12 f } Bradley, Thos.             7  9 h
Armstrong, Michael         4  2 f } Brett, Charles             6 16 h
Arthur, Alex.              8 31 f } Brett, John                1 30 f
Atkinson, John             8  5 f } Brett, Richard             1  6 f
Atkinson, Thomas           8  5 f } Brett, Richard             6 16 h
Attridge, Fred.            2 27 h } Broderick, Joseph          2 25 f
Avison, John               2 12 f } Broderick, Wm.             2 20 f
Bailey, James              1 21 f } Brooks, Wm.                2 31 f
Bailey, Solomon            2  8 f } Brown, Abraham             3 27 f
Barber, Samuel             5 14 f } Brown, John, blacksmith    8  1 f
Barber, Thomas             1 28 f } Brown, Thos., shoemaker    5  6 f
Bates, John                4 25 f } Burd, Wm.                  8 30 h
Bates, John, senr.         4 25 f } Butterbath, John           1 24 f
Bates, Thos.               0  6 h } Campaign, George           6  4 f
Batby, Thos.               3 25 f } Campaign, Hugh             8 22 f
Baxter, James              3 27 f } Campaign, James            1 24 f
Bartley, Wm.               1  4 h } Campaign, Thos.            6  9 f
Bayle, Robt.               2 14 h } Campbell, Foster           7 25 f
Beatty, Benj.              5 30 f } Campbell, James            8 29 f
Beatty, David              2 24 f } Campbell, James            1 28 h
Beatty, Francis            3 21 f } Campbell, Robt.            4  1 f
Beatty, Luke               3 29 f } Campbell, Wm.              1  7 f
Beatty, Wm., innkeeper     6  5 f } Carley, John               3 30 f
Bell, John, tailor         3 25 f } Carley, Joseph             3 30 f
Bell, Wm.                  1  3 f } Carson, James, sen.        4  3 f
Best, John                 1 10 f } Carson, James, jr.         3  5 f
Betherick, James           2 10 f } Carson, John               4  3 f
Biggers, Hugh              4  9 f } Cauthers, Andrew,  black-
Biggers, John              4  9 f }    smith                   6  6 h
Benaugh, Moses             8 10 f } Cauthers, Mathew           5  7 f
Black, John                7 10 f } Cauthers, Thos., sen.      5  6 f
Cauthers, Thos., jr.       5  8 f } Cunningham, Wm.            2  4 f
Chambers, Silas            8 17 f } Davidson, James            1 11 f
Cherry, Joseph H.          2 19 f } Davidson, John             8 11 f
Cherry, Moses              3 16 f } Davidson, Wm.              2 16 f
Clark, Henry               2  7 f } Dawling, John              8 10 f
Clark, Robert              2  9 f } Dean, George               1  5 f
Cleminger, John            6 32 f } Dean, John, sen.           1  9 f
Clement, Stephen           5 28 f } Dean, John, jun.           2 17 f
Cloughley, Thomas          3 12 f } Demun, John                6  7 -
Coe, Edward                2 28 f } Demun, John                6  4 f
Coe, James                 2 31 f } Deverill, Robert           1  4 h
Coe, James                 2 31 f } Deverill, Wm.              1  4 h
Coe, Richard               2 16 f } Deverill, Wm.              9  1 f
Coe, Wm.                   2 28 f } Dickey, John               8 25 f
Coleman, James             3 11 f } Dinsmore, James, sen.    ] 3 24 f
Coleman, John A.           5 32 f } Dinsmore, James, jun.    ] 3 24 f
Coleman, William           3 32 f } Dixon, John                1 31 f
Colquhoun, Archibald       8 12 f } Dobie, T. W.               7 29 f
Colquhoun, John            8 12 f } Dodds, Geo., merchant      7  4 f
Cook, George               6 15 f } Dorsey, Thos.              8 11 f
Cook, James                1 20 f } Douglas, Donald            1  2 f
Cook, William              8  8 f } Douglas, Henry             3  5 f
Cooper, John               8  4 f } Dudgeon, Thos.             3  6 f
Copeland, Jonathan         3 27 f } Duffin, Alex. *            1 25 f
Cornwall, Wm.              2 11 f } Duffin, Robt. *            3 21 f
Cotton, Richard            5  1 f } Dunseath, James            4 24 f
Cotton, Thomas             4  2 f ] Elder, Samuel              7 27 f
Cotton, William            8  8 f } Elsey, Henry               6 31 f
Cottrell, Amos             2 22 f } English, Paul              3 15 f
Courtney, William          3  8 f } Ewens, John                7  2 f
Craig, Adam                2 21 f } Farley, Thos.              4 27 f
Craig, Joseph              2 21 f } Farr, John                 2 22 f
Crauston, James            2  9 h } Fenix, Robt.               3  2 f
Crawford, James            3 24 f } Ferguson, Thos.            3 11 f
Crawford, Wm.              1 29 h } Ferris, Archd.             1 12 f
Crawley, Wm.               2 22 f } Ferris, James              7 13 f
Creary, Isaac              6  4 f } Ferris, James              1 11 f
Creary, Jas.               3  6 f } Ferris, James W.           2 32 f
Creary, Edw.               7  6 f } Ferris, John               1 12 f
Carscadden, Thos.          3 24 f } Ferris, John               5  8 f
Crosier, George            2  8 f } Ferris, Matthew            2  8 f
Cumberland, James          8  1 f } Ferris, Thos.              7 13 f
Cumming, Geo., merchant    8  1 f } Ferris, Thos.              5  7 f
Cunningham, James          1  7 f } Ferris, Wm.                5  9 f
Cunningham, Robert         3  7 f } Fisher, John               8 28 f
Cunningham, Wm.            1  6 f } Flack, Robt.               5 32 f
Fleer, Thos.               3 29 f } Greer, John                6  2 f
Fleming, Robt.             2  7 f } Greer, John                8 26 h
Fletcher, George           1 27 f } Greer, Robert              8  7 f
Fletcher, Jackson          1 24 f } Greer, William, sen.       8  7 f
Fletcher, John             4  4 f } Greer, William, jun.       4  1 f
Fletcher, Wm.              7  3 f } Grice, Matthew             3  6 f
Fletcher, Willoughby       1 26 f } Gugins, Samuel             1 23 f
Flett, Josiah              5 11 h } Haddock, John              7 28 f
Fogul, Charles             3 15 f } Haddy, William             4 19 f
Fogul, John                1 23 f } Halbert, James             3  2 f
Fogul, Richard             1 23 f } Hale, George               3  9 f
Foster, Ralph              3 28 f } Hall, Richard              2 12 f
Foster, Thos. jr.          2 30 f } Hall, William              3  1 f
Foster, Thos. sen.         2 31 f } Hamilton, Charles          3  9 f
Foster, Wm.                3 23 f } Hand, Edward               2  3 f
Frazier, John              6 27 f } Hand, Robert               5  2 f
Gallaghar, Hugh            5 12 f } Hand, Thomas               6  5 f
Gallagher, John            1 21 f } Hand, William, sen.        6  6 f
Gallagher, Joseph          8 13 f } Hand, William              3 13 f
Gallagher, Paul            4 11 f } Handy, George              2 22 f
Gallagher, Robt.           2 20 h } Hare, John                 8 27 f
Gallagher, Robt.           4 15 f } Hawkins, James, jun.       7  7 f
Gallagher, Robt.           4 11 f } Hawkins, John              1 29 f
Gallagher, Thos.           5 17 f } Hawkins, Samuel            1 25 f
Gallagher, Thos.           7 14 f } Heany, John                5 15 h
Gallagher, Wm.             1 14 f } Henderson, David           1  9 f
Gallagherm Wm.             4 12 f } Henderson, Edw., innkeeper 1  1 f
Garwood, Edw.              3  4 f } Henderson, George          2 20 f
Gilbert, Wm., merchant     7 11 f } Henderson, James           5 17 f
Gilbraith, James           1 28 h } Henderson, Jas., blksmith  1 26 f
Gillespie, James           8  7 f } Henderson, Thomas          6 17 f
Gilpin, Thos.              1 16 f } Henderson, Thomas, jun.    2 24 f
Godkin, Francis            4  9 h } Henderson, Thomas          8  1 f
Graham, Christopher        4  6 f } Henderson, Wm.             5 18 f
Graham, Colwell            1  1 f } Henry, P. D., teacher      1 10 f
Graham, Henry, merchant    6 32 f } Heslip, Benj.              2 24 f
Graham, George             2 23 - } Hewish, Wm.                7 28 h
Graham, John               1 10 f } Hewit, Jos., carpenter     1 10 h
Grainger, Robt.            2 25 f } Hewson, Robt.              1 18 f
Grainger, Thos.            2 25 f } Hicks, Edward              1 22 f
Gray, Archibald            2  7 f } Hicks, John                1 25 f
Gray, Robt.                2 26 f } Hill, James                3  7 f
Gray, Robt.                3 29 f } Hill, John                 4  5 f
Greer, C.                  6 10 f } Hill, Wm.                  5  6 f
Greer, Edward              5  5 f } Hillock, John, tailor      8  1 f
Greer, Edward              8  6 f } Hillock, Thos.             6 19 f
Hilts, Ira                 5 24 f } Lamb, James E.             7 16 f
Hilts, James               5 24 f } Lamont, Duncan C.          3 22 f
Hood, Joseph, merchant     6 32 f } Langford, Thos.            5 31 h
Hodgson, John              6 14 f } Large, John                2  2 h
Hodgson, Robert            6 14 f } Large, Robt., jun'r        2  7 f
Hogan, Robert              2 22 f } Lattimer, James            4 26 f
Hogg, Thos.                3  1 f } Lattimer, Thos.            4 26 f
Holmes, Joshua             1  9 h } Lattimer, Wm.              6 32 f
Hodgkinson, Geo.           3 21 f } Lawrence, George, merchant 3 26 f
Hughson, John              4 31 f } Lawson, John               2 14 f
Hunt, Thos.                3 29 f } Latting, John              1 10 f
Hunter, John               3 12 f } Lee, John                  5 10 f
Hunter, Robert             4 13 f } Lee, Robt.                 5 11 f
Hunter, Thos.              4 14 f } Legate, Benj.              7 11 f
Hunter, Walter             3 21 f } Lennox, Benj.              2 30 f
Hunter, Wm.                3 21 f } Lennox, Henry              4 29 f
Huntsberger, Abraham       6 14 h } Lennox, John               3 28 f
Huntsberger, Isaac         5 29 f } Lennox, Jos.               4 28 f
Huntsberger, Michael       6 29 f } Lennox, Richard            4 29 -
Huntsberger, Valentine     5 28 f } Lennox, Robert             4 30 -
Hutchinson, Wm.            2 23 f } Levens, Abraham,           4 26 f
Ireland, John              5 16 f } Levens, Jos.               1  6 f
Irwin, Hamilton            6 15 f } Lightheart, Edw.           2 19 f
Irwin, James               3  3 f } Lighton, Robt.             3 32 f
Irwin, Richard             3  3 f } Lindsay, Christopher       7 25 f
Irwin, Robert              5  5 f } Little, Edward             7  1 f
Jameson, Wm.               8 15 f } Little, James, jun.        7  9 f
Jameson, ------            2 23 f } Little, James, sen.        8 12 f
Johnston, Alex.            1 10 h } Little, James              7  3 h
Johnston, Thos.            2 28 f } Little, John               8  3 f
Johnston, Thos.            7 31 f } Little, Robert             7  1 f
Johnston, Wm.              1 30 f } Little, Robert J.          6 26 f
Johnston, Wm.              2 28 f } Little, William, jun.      8  2 f
Jones, Richard             8 27 f } Lloyd, Benjamin            1 16 h
Jones, Alfred              5 26 f } Lloyd, James               1 19 f
Keirnan, John              6 27 f } Lockhart, Francis          2 11 f
Keirnan, Wm., teacher      7 13 f } Lockhart, John             3 15 f
Kerby, Robert              1 31 h ) Lockhart, Matthew          3  9 f
Kidd, Henry                8 23 f } Lockhart, Robert           1 24 h
Kidd, John                 8 23 f } Lockhart, Robert           2 11 f
Kirkpatrick, James         4  8 f } Loney, John                1  8 f
Kirkpatrick, Thos.         3  9 f } Longhurst, George          3  8 h
Kirkpatrick, Wm.           3  9 f } Love, John A., merchant    7  5 f
Laidlaw, Robert            2  1 h } Lowrey, George             6 30 h
Lamb, George E.            7 17 f } McAlroy, William           4  4 f
Lamb, Hugh                 7 17 f } McAtteer, George           2 29 f
McAttee, Wm.               2 20 f } Matchett, Robert           6 32 f
McBride, Wm., merchant     7  1 h } Mather, John               3 30 h
McCabe, James              1  4 f } Mard, Newton               1 19 f
McCabe, John               2  7 f } Meilsop, Solomon           3 32 f
McCann, James              2 13 f } Mercer, Samuel             7 29 f
McCanley, John             8 19 h } Mews, Thomas, blacksmith   1 11 f
McClinton, John            1 26 f } Milligan, John             1 17 h
McClinton, Wm.             1 26 f } Mitchell, Alex.            2  4 f
McCutcheon, David          1 13 f } Mitchell, Charles          7  2 f
McCutcheon, John           1  9 f } Mitchell, David            4  1 h
McCutcheon, Samuel         1  8 f } Mitchell, James            3  7 h
McCutcheon, Wm.            1 23 h } Mitchell, Jas., blacksmith 6  1 f
McCracken, Robt.           6 11 f } Mitchell, Robert           4  6 f
McDonald, Samuel           2  3 f } Mitchell, Thomas           6  6 h
McGillivray, John          2 28 f } Morgan, John               1 32 f
McKee, Alex.               8  9 f } Morgan, Samuel             2 17 h
McKee, George              1 21 f } Moodie, William J.         1 21 f
McKee, Henry               1 13 f } Moore, Abra'm., blacksmith 1  1 f
McKee, Robt.               6  7 h } Moore, John                2  7 f
McKee, Robt.               6 12 f } Moore, John                1 24 f
McKee, Samuel              7  4 f } Morrison, Archibald        8  4 f
McKee, Thos.               6 12 f } Morrison, Hugh             8  1 f
McKee, Thos.               1 14 f } Morrison, John             8  5 f
McKee, Wm.                 6  6 h } Morrison, Thos., blksmith  7 32 f
McKenn, Alex.              7  8 f } Morrison, Wm.              3  2 f
McKnight, George           2  6 f } Morrow, Hugh               7 32 f
McLean, Joseph             2 30 h } Morrow, James              4 11 f
McLean, Robt.              3 24 f } Mortimer, Chas.            1 24 f
McMahon, John              6 12 f } Mortimer, Manuel           2 24 f
McMulkin, Edward           6  9 f } Mortimer, Mark             2 24 f
McNabb, James              2  2 f } Mortimer, Robert           3 25 f
McNichol, John             1 32 h } Mullen, James              2  6 f
Madill, Wm.                2 27 f } Mumford, James A.          4 27 f
Markle, Abraham            3 18 f } Murdy, Stewart             2 21 f
Markle, Adam               3 19 f } Murphy, John               8  1 f
Markle, Joseph             3 15 f } Neely, Alex.               3 26 f
Markle, Lydra              3 18 f } Neely, John                5 27 f
Marshall, James            3 31 f } Nelson, Wm.                3 26 f
Marshall, James E.         3 23 f } Newman, Richard            5 29 f
Marshall, John M.          3 31 f } Newman, Wm.                3 22 h
Martin, George             5  3 f } Newton, John               3  4 f
Martin, James              2 32 f } Newton, John, sen.         2 25 f
Mastin, J. B.              1 32 f } Newell, Samuel             4 28 f
Matchett, Edw.             1 27 f } Nixon, Thos.               8 32 h
Matchett, James            1 27 f } Noble, Archibald           6 13 f
Matchett, Robert           4 25 f } Noble, James               5  3 f
Noble, John, sen.        ] 6  3 f } Robinson, Thos. jun.       6 24 f
Noble, John, jun.        ] 6  3 f } Robinson, Wm.              5 25 f
Noble, Robert              7 13 f } Robson, Joseph             3 20 f
Noble, Robert              1  1 f } Rhodes, Josiah             8 30 f
Noble, Samuel              6 12 f } Rusk, Wm.                  2 27 f
Noble, Thomas              1  1 f } Rusk, Wm.                  2 16 f
Noble, Wm., merchant       1  7 f } Russell, James, carpenter  4 12 f
Oliver, Joseph             1 10 f } Rutledge, George, jun.     2 10 f
Ormsby, Christopher        3 10 f } Rutledge, George, sen.     5  4 f
Ormsby, John               3 10 f } Rutledge, Wm.              2  8 f
Ormsby, Richard            3 11 f } Sallons, John              5 13 h
Orr, James                 3 25 f } Saunders, James            5 26 f
Orr, Samuel                4 30 f } Sayers, John               2  2 f
Orth, Abram                5 28 h } Service, James             5 30 h
Paisley, William           7 14 f } Shanly, James              7 19 f
Pangman, Jeremiah          8 20 f } Shaw, James                1 31 f
Parks, Lorenzo             6 13 f } Shepherd, George           1  2 f
Parks, William             2 16 f } Sherman, Isaiah            2 11 f
Parsons, Job               4  5 h } Sherman, John              2 10 f
Parsons, Nicholas          3  1 f } Shields, Wm.               3  2 f
Parsons, Matthew           6 26 f } Siddal, George             3 28 f
Pastill, Stephen           3 17 f } Simmons, Thos.             3 19 f
Patton, Nathaniel          2 15 f } Simpson, Wm.               2 15 f
Pearson, William           7  3 f } Sims, James, carpenter     2  2 f
Perry, Alexander           3 27 f } Sloane, Edw.               1  8 h
Perry, Alexander           3 30 f } Smith, John                2 12 f
Perry, Johnston            3 27 f } Smith, John                6 28 f
Perry, Joseph              3 30 f } Smith, Malcolm             6 29 f
Phillips, Henry            2  1 f } Smith, Thos. G.            8  2 h
Phillips, Samuel           2 19 f } Smith, Wm.                 7 11 h
Pickering, Lovell          2 19 f } Smuck, Wm.                 2 20 f
Porter, Husten             3 27 f } Snell, Robert              6  1 h
Porter, John               5 31 h } Starks, James              8 18 h
Porter, Thomas             7 32 f } Starks, John               8 20 f
Purdy, Robert              2 22 f } Stephens, Fred.            4 18 f
Quinn, John                2 29 h } Stewart, Robt.             2 24 f
Radford, John              2 23 f } Stinson, James             8  9 f
Rayburn, George            1  6 f } Stinson, John              8 13 f
Rayburn, Robert            1  8 f } Stinson, Robt., blacksmith 7 11 f
Rayburn, Thomas            2 10 f } Stinson, Wm.               7 12 f
Reid, Samuel               1  6 f } Stonehouse, Wm.            3  5 f
Rinn, Joseph               2 20 f } Squirrell, George          3 13 f
Robinson, James            2  9 f } Swansay, James             5  2 f
Robinson, James            6 24 f } Synnott, John              8 11 f
Robinson, Thos., sen.      5 25 f } Tangate, Wm.               2 17 f
Tate, Andrew               2  6 f } Wallace, Stephen           1 21 h
Tate, George               1  5 f } Watson, James              2 20 h
Tate, James, sen'r         5 12 f } Weatherall, James, sen.    2 29 h
Tate, James, jun'r         1  5 f } Weir, David                7 27 f
Tate, James                2  5 f } Weir, James                3 10 f
Tate, Thomas               2  4 f } Weir, John                 8 14 h
Taylor, Matthew            6 10 f } Weir, Joshua               1 12 h
Thistle, Walter            6 13 h } Weir, Robt.                8 14 f
Thomas, David              8 29 f } White, Henry               2 12 f
Thomas, John               7 31 f } White, James               2 12 f
Thompson, John             3 16 h } White, Robt.               2  5 f
Thompson, John             2 21 f } White, Robt.               6 22 f
Thompson, Nathaniel        2 16 f } Whitley, Robt.             2 13 f
Thompson, Thos. C.         3  1 f } Whitley, Wm.               5 27 f
Thompson, Wm.              1 27 f } Wilkins, Mathew            1 17 f
Thompson, Wm. H.           3  1 f } Wilkinson, James           1 29 f
Thurston, Wm.              4 21 h } Wilkinson, Wm.             1 29 f
Tipland, Edward            3 21 h } Williamson, John           1  7 f
Topling, Alex.             2 27 f } Wilson, Charles            2  2 f
Topling, Wm.               3 26 f } Wilson, Dixon              4 32 f
Vary, Mathew               6  2 h } Wilson, George             1  9 f
Vinetta, Christopher       ? 21 h } Wilson, George             3 26 f
Waite, Jared.              6  6 f } Wilson, James              1 24 f
Walden, Samuel, sen.       2 32 f } Wilson, James              2 30 f
Walden, Samuel, jr.        2 32 f } Wilson, John               2 26 f
Walker, George             6 31 f } Wilson, Joseph             7 28 f
Walker, James              1  3 f } Wilson, Wm. H., clothier   8  4 f
Walker, John               7  7 f } Woods, Henry               8 24 h
Walker, Thos.              7  6 f } Wrigglesworth, J.          3 16 f
Walker, Wm.                6  5 f } Wright, Thos.              3 30 f
Walker, Wm., sen.          7  5 f } Wyse, John                 8 25 h
Walker, Wm., jr.           7  5 f } Xousberger, John           5 28 f
Walker, Robt.              3 14 h } Yoal, Robt.                2  1 f
Wallace, Samuel            1 21 f } Young, George              3 12 h

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MUSKOKA

Post-Offices - Alport, Gravenhurst.

Alport, A. & C.           11 11 f } Alport, A. J.            13 blk A
Archer, William           12  8 f } Garvin, Hugh              7 17  f
Austin, G. C.              5 16 f } Graves, George            4 10  f
Austin, G. C.              3 23 f } Hanna, Wm.               11  1  f
Austin, G. C.            wgr  8 f } Henry, Stephens           8 10  f
Bain, Alex.               13  2 f } Hewitt, Edward          wgr  4  f
Bain, Thomas              13  3 f } Hewitt, James           wgr  5  f
Baker, Saml., shoemaker  wgr  3 h } Hotchkiss & Hughson, lum-
Berkinshaw, Edw.           4 26 f }    bermen               wgr  8  -
Briggs, Solomon           12  3 f } Irvin, Arthur            10  1  f
Brock, Joseph            egr  8 f } Jenkins, Charles          8  7  f
Brown, D., innkeeper     wgr  8 f } Jones, Thos.              6 20  f
Brown, James               4 14 f } Kirkpatrick, J. T.      egr  8  f
Brown, John                6 14 f } Knott, Robt.              4 25  f
Brown, William             4 14 f } Knott, Wm.                3  4  f
Browning, A. H.,   swh Big Island } Lamb, Eli                 8 12  f
Browning, J. B., conveyancer  swh } Lamb, John               13  5  f
   Big Island                     } Livingston, Neil, carp.  10  4  f
Bryers, Robert            11  9 f } McAlliston, James         6 19  f
Buck, Levi                10  9 f } McBride, P.               7 18  f
Cameron, Alex.             9  1 f } McCabe, James             5 25  f
Campbell, Jas., carpenter  7  1 f } McDonald, Wm.             5 19  f
Campbell, Robert          13 10 f } McFadgen, Lauchlin    egr 8 --  -
Chamberlain, ------, shingle-     } McFarlin, Henry          11 10  f
   maker                   4 15 f } McKay, John               9  5  f
Chapman, Richard, sen.     8  8 f } McKenzie, Charles         6 13  f
Chapman, Richard, jun.     7  9 f } McKenzie, John            5  1  f
Clarke, Geo., st'rek'per wgr  1 f } McLean, Alex.             7 10  f
Cockburn, A. P.          wgr  8 f } McMurray, Thos.           9  4  f
Cockburn, J. P.          egr  8 f } Magee, Wm.               11  6  f
Collett, George T.         6 28 f } Matthews, Hugh            8  6  f
Cooper, E., hotel-keeper egr  8 f } Morrison, Angus           6  4  f
Cuyler, S. V.              6 16 f } Morrison, Hector, teacher 6  6  f
Docksteter, John H.        8 29 f } Morrison, Robt.           6 15  f
Dodge & Co.               10  5 f } Morrison, Wm.             1 11  f
Douglas, James           wgr 10 f } Noland, George            1 21  f
Downey, Samuel             5 17 f } Noland, Wm.               3 36  f
Downey, Thos.              5 20 f } O'Brien, Henry          egr  3  f
Elder, Wm.                 6 17 f } O'Brien, Henry            2 25  h
Ennis, Robt.              13  7 f } Parkey, Robt.             8 16  f
Ennis, Wm.                10 13 f } Purey, Joseph           wgr 10  -
Farrell, W. H.             7  2 f } Prunty, Patrick           9  2  f
Featherston, Thos.        13  1 f } Richards, Wm.             6 21  f
Foster, Benj., carpenter egr  6 - } Robertson, Charles        8  4  f
Foster, Wm. G.           egr  6 f } Robinson, Thos.           6 22  f
Frampton, Joseph ca'p'ter 13  6 f } Rush, James              13  4  f
Fuller, Benj., hotelk'er wgr  6 f } Scott, David             12  2  f
Sharpe, James            wgr  7 f } Telfer, John              6  8  f
Stephens, Richard         12  9 f } Telfer, Joseph W.         6 10  f
Stephens, Thomas          10 10 f } Watson, John              4 13  f
Stuart, Roderick          10  2 f } Welton, Charles           8 13  f
Sutherland, James          8 15 f } White, James             11  3  f
Suttaby, R. E.             9 13 f } Whitehead, Henry          7 26  f
Suttaby, W. J.            10 11 f } Wingrove, Daniel          5 26  f
Syball, G. W.              4 17 f } Wright, John P.          10 12  f
Taylor, David              5  2 f } Wright, Walter, Cong'l
Taylor, D. F.              9  9 f }    minister               9  3  f
Taylor, W. H.             13  8 f }

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NOTTAWASAGA

Post-Offices - Avening, Collingwood, Creemore, Dunedin, Duntroon,
               Glen Huron, Maple Valley, Nottawa, Singhampton, Stayner.

Adair, James              10 32 f } Baker, John                 6 27 f
Adamson, Henry             6 37 f } Baker, John                 7 23 f
Allen, Isaac               8  1 f } Baker, Samuel               6 29 -
Allen, M.                 12 13 f } Ball, James                10 26
Allen, Weston             12 13 f } Bannerman, Alex.            2 11 f
Anderson, James            8  9 f } Bannister, Thomas           9 40 f
Anderson, John            12  2 f } Barber, Wm.                12 11 f
Anderson, Wm., sen.        9 23 f } Barker, J.                 10 13 f
Anderson, Wm., jun.        4 28 f } Beardon, John               8 10 f
Anderson, Wm.             10  1 f } Beecroft, Edward            8 19 f
Andrews, George            8  4 f } Belfry, Philo               8 13 f
Andrews, Wm.               8  4 f } Bell, Allen                12 34 f
Ardagh, J. A.              1  8 f } Bell, Angus                 8 23 f
Armstrong, David           7 18 f } Bell, Angus, sen.          12 17 f
Baker, Augustus            7 32 f } Bell, Angus, jun.          12 17 f
Baker, Charles             7 32 f } Bell, Archibald C.          6 24 f
Baker, Chistian            6 26 f } Bell, Archibald             6 21 f
Baker, David               7 28 f } Bell, Donald                6 21 f
Baker, F.                 10 29 f } Bell, John                 10 26 f
Baker, John             ]  7 31 f } Bell, John                  2 19 f
Baker, Wm.              ]  7 31 f } Bell, Jonadab               6 26 f
Bell, William              7  2 f } Brown, Thos.               10 26 h
Bennett, John              8 16 f } Brown, Wm.                  7 17 f
Berry, Hiram               5 10 f } Bryce, Arthur              10  3 f
Bertles, Joseph, sen.   ]  4 15 f } Buggy, John                 4 14 f
Bertles, Joseph, jun.   ]  4 15 f } Buie, John                 10 29 f
Best, John              ]  9  9 f } Buie, Walter               10 27 f
Best, Robert            ]  9  9 f } Buist, Alex.                9 37 f
Best, W. T. and George     9  9 f } Bulmer, Henry               9 20 h
Beveridge, George          7 40 h } Bulmer, John                7  6 f
Beveridge, John            8 40 f } Bulmer, Wm.                 6  7 f
Blackburn, Samuel          7 66 f } Burchell, Samuel            8 22 f
Blackstock, Donald         9 11 f } Burshee, Joseph             8 39 f
Blackstock, John          11 24 f } Cairns, Richard            11  9 f
Blain, Joseph              1 28 f } Cairns, Robert             11  9 f
Blair, Allen               9 25 f } Cairns, Robt.               5  7 f
Blair, Donald              9 25 f } Cameron, Charles            9 40 f
Blair, John                2 27 f } Campbell, Alex.             5 21 f
Blair, William             9 25 f } Campbell, Alex.             8 11 f
Bouchier, Mrs. E. and M.   7 28 f } Campbell, Allen             4 23 f
Bouchier, William          7 35 h } Campbell, Angus             8 25 f
Bougouet, Felesford        7 36 f } Campbell, Colin             5 21 f
Bowden, Wm.                3 17 f } Campbell, Daniel           11 22 f
Bowerman, Benj.           12  3 f } Campbell, David            11 28 f
Bowerman, Israel J.        9  6 f } Campbell, David            10 22 f
Bowerman, Joseph J.        9  4 f } Campbell, Donald           10 23 -
Bowerman, Judah            8  7 f } Campbell, Donald           11 23 -
Boyd, David                9 12 f } Campbell, Dugald           11 37 f
Boyd, Robert               9 12 f } Campbell, Duncan           11 22 f
Boyse, George              6 15 - } Campbell, Duncan            2 17 f
Boyse, Mrs. Mary           6 14 - } Campbell, Mrs. Effie        8 26 -
Boyse, Thos.               6 15 - } Campbell, John             11 27 f
Bradley, Nathan           12 10 f } Campbell, John              9 25 f
Brennan, Bernard           2 18 f } Campbell, John             10 31 f
Bridgton, James            1 13 - } Campbell, John              4 25 f
Briggs, John               2 27 f } Campbell, Neil              4 25 f
Brigham, Richard          10  6 f } Campbell, John, sen.       10 21 f
Brillenger, David          6 26 f } Campbell, John, jr.        10 22 f
Brillenger, Emanuel        7 29 f } Campbell, Lachlan          11 32 f
Brillenger, George         6 28 f } Campbell, Peter             9  6 f
Brock, John                9 26 f } Campbell, Peter, clothier   8 16 f
Brooks, Wm.                8 24 f } Campbell, Robt.             9 21 f
Brooks, George             8  6 f } Carlisle, Mrs. Jane         1 23 f
Brown, John                1 27 f } Carlton, James              3  4 f
Brownlee, John            12 16 f } Carlton, John               5  7 f
Brown, John                5 22 f } Carmichael, Arch'd          6 17 f
Brown, Robert             11  6 f } Carmichael, Donald          6 16 f
Carmichael, Dugald         4 20 f } Currie, James              10 38 f
Carmichael, Duncan         4 20 f } Currie, John               11 43 f
Carmichael, Hugh           8 24 f } Currie, John               12 35 f
Carmichael, John          12 40 f } Currie, John               12 33 f
Carr, Andrew              12 14 f } Currie, Lachlan            12 26 f
Carruthers, George         2  4 f } Currie, Lachlan          ] 10 42 f
Carruthers, John           9  6 f } Currie, Malcolm          ] 10 42 f
Carruthers, Rob't          3  6 f } Currie, Ronald             12 32 f
Carruthers, W. G., miller  3  6 f } Curry, Alex.                5 22 f
Clark, Henry              12 41 f } Curry, Arch.               12 34 f
Clark, Mrs. Sarah         12 41 f } Curry, Arch.                3 10 f
Cleminger, John            2  1 h } Curry, Donald               9 33 f
Clippart, Wm.              6 30 f } Curry, Donald               9 37 f
Coales, John               6 12 f } Curry, Gilbert              3 31 f
Cody, Andrew               5 16 f } Curry, James                4 12 f
Cody, John                 6 19 f } Curry, John                 8 35 f
Coffee, Cornelius          1 11 h } Curry, Neil                 3  9 f
Coffee, John               1 11 h } Dallas, Peter               9 17 f
Coffey, J. R.              1 10 f } Dallas, Wm.                 9 18 f
Coffee, Michael            1 10 h } Darrach, Angus              4 19 f
Condlon, Edw.              6 25 f } Darrach, Donald            10 25 f
Condlon, Rob't            11 25 f } Darrach, Donald            10 25 f
Condlon, Wm.               6 25 f } Darrach, Duncan             4 19 f
Conelly, James             9 30 f } Davis, James                3 13 h
Connor, James              7 11 h } Day, James                  6  2 f
Connor, John               7 10 h } Day, John                   6  4 f
Cooper, James              3 12 h } Decker, Oliver              8  2 f
Copeland, John             4 10 f } Deetson, John               7 27 f
Copeland, Thos.            2 18 f } Dick, James                12  3 f
Copeland, Thos., jr.       5 10 f } Dickson, John               8  1 f
Craig, David               2 28 f } Donald, Joseph              2  1 f
Crawford, David            1 28 f } Donaldson, Wm.              3  7 f
Crawford, John             8  3 f } Donan, Samuel               2 13 f
Crips, Villiers           12 14 f } Donan, Samuel, jun'r        1 12 f
Crone, Wm., brickmaker     9 33 f } Donan, James                3 17 f
Cudmore, Thos.             4 48 f } Doolan, James               4 13 f
Currie, Colin             12 30 f } Doolan, Matthew, jun'r      4 11 f
Currie, Donald            11 43 f } Doolan, Matthew             5 14 f
Currie, Donald            11 35 f } Doolan, Patrick             5 13 f
Currie, Donald            11 34 f } Doolan, Wm.                 5 13 f
Currie, Duncan            11 42 f } Doyle, Edward               5 36 f
Currie, Duncan            11 30 f } Doyle, John                 7 36 f
Currie, Duncan, sen.      10 41 f } Duff, Wm.                   4  2 f
Currie, Duncan, jun.      10 41 f } Duggan, Edmund, jun'r       5 16 f
Currie, Hugh              11 23 f } Duggan, Edmund              4 16 f
Currie, Hugh               8 28 f } Duggan, James               4 16 f
Duggan, Thos.              4 15 f } Gilray, Samuel              9 32 f
Dunford, A. M.             7 36 - } Givens, James               7  1 f
Dunford, W. J.             4 31 - } Glen, Wm.                   2 29 f
Edwards, R. S.             3 21 f } Gordon, Samuel              8 23 f
Elliott, John             11 44 f } Gordon, Thos.               5 35 f
Evans, George              3 11 f } Gowan, C.                   6  1 f
Fackney, Alex.            12  7 f } Gowan, Francis              5  5 f
Fackney, John             12 19 f } Graham, John                3  7 f
Fair, James                5  8 f } Greenfield, Rev. James      9 26 f
Ferguson, Allen         ]  9 32 f } Greenfield, John            9 35 f
Ferguson, Findlay       ]  9 32 f } Greenman, Thos. B.          7 38 f
Ferguson, Angus            9 22 f } Greenway, Alex.             9  7 h
Ferguson, Archibald       11 21 f } Grey, George, Mason         8 21 f
Ferguson, James            7  9 f } Grose, Walter               4 10 f
Finlen, John               9 24 f } Hamill, John               11  9 f
Flack, Allan               6  5 f } Hamill, Thos.              12 16 f
Flack, Robert              3  1 f } Hamilton, John             11  4 f
Fleming, James             3  8 f } Hamilton, Robt.             8  1 f
Flyn, William             10  3 f } Hansford, Joseph            2 22 f
Foreman, George         ] 10 42 f } Hare, Wm.                   9  2 f
Foreman, William        ] 10 42 f } Harkins, Antony             1 14 f
Frame, Hugh M.             8 17 f } Hayman, Angus               3 19 f
Frame, James               1  5 f } Hayman, Donald              5 25 f
Fraser, Thomas             6 28 f } Hays, Wm.                   9  7 h
Free, Hiram               10 16 f } Henry, Adam                 8 21 f
Free, John                 7 10 f } Hill, Israel J.             9  8 f
Free, Solomon              5 12 f } Hillis, Hugh                9  8 f
Freer, John               10 15 f } Hilts, George               2 29 f
Frenlin, Wm. D.            9 38 f } Hinds, Stephen              6 19 f
Galloway, Joseph           4 13 f } Hinton, Francis, sen.       9 27 h
Galloway, William          3  2 f } Hinton, Francis, jr.       10 27 h
Gamon, Charles             9 34 f } Hisey, Samuel               5 11 f
Gardner, Mrs.              9 30 f } Holden, Wm. J., carpenter   9 35 f
Gibbs, John               12 25 f } Honeyford, Joseph, jr.      4 11 f
Gibson, William           11  8 f } Honeyford, Wm. J.           2  9 f
Giffin, Andrew C.          6 18 f } Honeywell, Asa             19  7 f
Gilchrist, Duncan          5 19 f } Honeywell, Hiram            9  7 f
Gilchrist, John           10 36 f } Honeywell, John             9  6 f
Gilchrist, Neil           10 36 f } Hood, James                 8 20 f
Gilfoyle, William          3 10 f } Hopper, John               10  6 f
Gillespie, Alexander      11 37 f } Hornen, Abraham             2 14 f
Gillespie, Donald         11 30 f } Howard, Joseph, sen and jr  6  2 h
Gillespie, Duncan       ]  4 17 f } Hubbard, James              8 14 f
Gillespie, James        ]  4 17 f } Hunt, John                  7 24 f
Gillies, John             12 32 f } Hunt, Richard               7 24 f
Gillies, John              6 15 f } Huston, John               10  2 f
Hutchinson, Richard        8  1 f } Lawrence, George            9  2 f
Innis, Edw.                5 28 f } Lawrence, William           9  2 f
Irving, Matthew            8 32 f } Leach, George               8 22 f
Irwin, Wm.                 9  4 f } Leach, James                8 22 f
Jackson, Seth             11 12 f } Leary, Thomas              12  8 f
Jackson, Thomas           11 12 f } Lee, James                 10 30 f
Jacques, Jeffrey          11 17 f } Lee, Thos.                  8 14 f
Jacques, Rob't            11 17 f } Lehman, Peter               6 11 f
Jacques, Wm.              12 17 f } Leibec, Fred.               7 29 f
Jaffrey, Wm.               2 19 f } Leonard, Elias              4  6 f
Jardine, Andw., sen.      10 30 f } Leonard, James              4  3 f
Jardine, Andw., jr.        9 30 f } Leonard, Joseph             9  6 f
Jardine, David             8 15 f } Leonard, Robt.              5  5 f
Jardine, Thos.            10 31 f } Leonard, Thos.              5  5 f
Johnson, Alex.             5 27 f } Leonard, Wm.                4  3 f
Johnson, Angus             2 16 f } Lightheart, Wm.             6 34 f
Johnson, Donald            2 16 f } Lindlay, Thos.              6 27 f
Johnson, John              3 20 f } Little, John and Robt.      9 11 f
Johnson, John              8 11 f } Little, David               8  9 f
Johnson, Robert            8 11 f } Little, Franklin J.         8 13 f
Johnson, William           5 35 f } Lillie, James               9 13 f
Johnson, William          11 44 f } Lillie, John G.             9 13 f
Johnston, Joseph           9  4 f } Lindsay, James              7 39 -
Johnston, William          9  8 f } Lindsay, James             11  6 f
Keating, William           7 16 f } Livingston, Alex.          12 38 f
Kee, Nathaniel             2  7 f } Livingston, George          9 12 f
Keen, Francis              7 25 f } Livingston, James, sen'r   10 20 f
Keen, John                 9 22 f } Livingston, James, jun'r    9 12 f
Kelly, James               9 28 f } Livingston, John           11 20 f
Kelly, John                9 28 f } Livingston, Malcolm        10 24 f
Kelly, Thomas             11 44 f } Long, John                  7 27 f
Kember, Thomas            10  5 f } Long, Richard               9  2 f
Kendrick, Hiram            5  7 f } Longford, Thos.             4  4 f
Kennedy, Alex., sen.    ]  2 10 f } Longhurst, James            6 33 f
Kennedy, Alex., jun.    ]  2 10 f } Lott, John                  4  3 f
Kennedy, Archibald        12 42 f } Luther, Peter               2 17 f
Kennedy, Neil              2 29 f } McAllister, Archibald       7 27 f
Kenny, Thomas              1 30 h } McAllister, Archibald       5 17 f
Kerr, Alexander            6 22 f } McAllister, Charles        10 34 f
Kerr, James                3  2 f } McAllister, Dugald       ]  9 35 f
Kish, Rob                 12 45 f } McAllister, Robt.        ]  9 35 f
Laguerre, Joseph           1 15 h } McAllister, Duncan         10 34 f
Lang, Robert              11 17 h } McAllister, Godfrey        10 34 f
Lawler, James              9 19 f } McAllister, Hector         10 32 f
Lawrie, Henry             10  5 f } McAllister, John            2 31 f
Lawrence, Charles         11 40 f } McAllister, Lauchlin        8 27 f
McArthur, Peter            5 16 h } McDonald, Angus            11 36 f
McArthur, Archibald       10 28 f } McDonald, Donald            6 37 f
McArthur, Chas.           12 38 f } McDonald, Donald           11 23 h
McArthur, Donald        ] 11 41 f } McDonald, Ronald            4 30 f
McArthur, John          ] 11 41 f } McDougall, Alex             4 19 f
McArthur, Dougald          5 18 f } McDougal, Angus             5 20 f
McArthur, Duncan        ] 11 42 f } McDougall, Hugh             3 15 f
McArthur, John          ] 11 42 f } McDuffie, Malcolm          11 29 f
McArthur, Gilbert          5 23 f } McEachren, Alex.            2 12 f
McArthur, Neil             5 15 f } McEachren, Allan            1 20 f
McBain, David              6 10 f } McEachren, Mrs. Mary        5 25 f
McBeath, Alex.             2 19 f } McEwan, Allan              10 31 f
McBeath, George            3 12 f } McEwan, John                8 25 f
McBeath, John, sen.        3 14 f } McEwan, Neil               11 31 f
McBeath, John, jun.        3 14 f } McFadden, Wm.               1 19 f
McBeath, Wm.               3 14 f } McFee, Neil                 1 16 f
McBeth, Andrew             1 11 f } McGill, Malcolm            10 24 f
McBride, John              6 28 f } McGillivray, John          12 27 f
McBride, Robert            7 28 f } McGillivray, Donald        11 38 f
McCallum, Edw. and Wm.    11 16 f } McGillivray, Duncan        11 38 f
McCallum, John            10 28 f } McGillivray, Duncan        11 39 f
McClosh, Allister         12 29 f } McGillivray, Duncan         7 20 f
McColman, Arch.            4 23 f } McGillivray, John          11 39 f
McColman, John             4 24 f } McGillivray, Malcolm        9 29 f
McColman, Lachlan          3 15 f } McGregor, John              9 20 f
McConnel, Joseph          12 13 f } McHaffie, Peter            10  1 f
McCormick, Thos.           9 19 f } McInnis, Neil               9 31 f
McCorquodale, Allen       10 38 f } McKay, Alex.               11 24 f
McCullum, John            12 42 f } McKay, Jane                11 32 f
McCutcheon, David         12 28 f } McKee, Alex.                6 14 f
McCutcheon, Henry         11 19 f } McKee, John, sen.           9 28 f
McCutcheon, Samuel        12 28 f } McKee, John, jr.            9 29 f
McCutcheon, Wm.            6 12 f } McKenna, Joseph             2  2 f
McDermott, Alex., mercht   8 35 - } McKenna, Robt.              2  2 f
McDermott, Arch'd          6 20 f } McLaughlin, Hugh            5 28 f
McDermott, Arch'd         11 33 f } McLaughlin, James           4 26 f
McDermott, Donald         12 31 f } McLean, Dugald              5 26 f
McDermott, Findlay        10 28 f } McLean, James               8 29 f
McDermott, John           10 33 f } McLean, John               11 17 f
McDermott, John           11 33 f } McLean, Lachlan             2 29 f
McDermott, John            8 27 - } McLellan, Wm.               3 13 h
McDermott, Malcolm        12 31 f } McLelland, Allan            4 18 f
McDermott, Neil            7 20 f } McLeod, Alex.               9 14 f
McDermott, Peter           9 21 f } McLeod, John                9 14 f
McDonald, Alex.            6 23 f } McMillan, James             5 24 f
McDonald, Allan            5 27 h } McMurchy, Donald           12 36 f
McMurchy, John            12 39 f } Millsap, Isaac              2  3 f
McMurchy, Thos.           12 39 f } Millsap, Solomon            6  2 f
McNabb, Andrew             9 25 f } Millsap, Thomas             8  1 f
McNabb, John               7 19 f } Millsap, William            6  4 f
McNabb, Neil               7 19 f } Millsap, W. T.              3  5 f
McQueen, Donald            5 23 f } Moles & Ross                7 34 f
McQueen, James             6 23 f } Montgomery, John           11 36 f
McQueen, John              5 24 f } Montgomery, Margaret       11 36 f
McQueen, John             11 35 f } Montgomery, Samuel         10  4 f
McQueen, Neil             12 33 f } Montgomery, William        10  4 f
McQueen, Mary              8 23 f } Montgomery, William        10  2 f
McVichey, Peter            9 25 f } Moore, Daniel               8 10 f
Mackie, Francis            7  7 f } Moore, Henry               12 22 f
Mackie, Wm.                6  6 f } Moore, Henry               10 21 f
Madden, Anthony            1 18 f } Moore, Mary                10 21 h
Madill, Alex.              6 13 f } Moore, James               10 22 f
Madill, David              6 11 f } Moore, John                 9 13 f
Madill, David              6  7 f } Moore, William             12 22 f
Madill, James             10  9 f } Morris, Joseph              3 27 f
Madill, James              5 12 f } Morrison, David             3  3 f
Madill, Joseph             6 11 f } Morrison, David           ] 2  3 f
Madill, Richard            6 13 f } Morrison, Joseph          ] 2  3 f
Mair, James                8 25 f } Morrison, Donald            2 20 f
Malone, John               5 17 f } Morrison, Donald, jun.      3 17 f
Managan, John              9  1 f } Morrison, Hugh              3  3 f
Manson, Alex.             11 31 f } Morrison, Hugh              2  2 f
Martin & Harkins           1 14 f } Morrison, James             6 17 f
Martin, James              2  4 f } Mowatt, Andrew              4 27 h
Martin, Robt.              2  4 f } Murdey, Arthur              2  8 f
Maston, Peter              8  2 f } Murdey, Joseph              2  7 f
Matchett, Edw. and James   3  3 f } Murdey, Robert              2  7 f
Mathers, Peter             7 33 f } Murray, Edw.                1 27 f
Matheson, Hugh M.          3 20 f } Murray, Robert              3  4 f
Masham, Alfred             5 36 f } Murtough, Patrick           1 10 f
Melville, J.               5 10 f } Nash, Richard               5 29 f
Metheral, Richard         10  7 f } Neelands, Alex.             5  3 f
Metheral, Thos.           11  8 f } Neelands, Hamilton          4  3 f
Miller, Adam               4  4 f } Neeley, Anthony             2  6 h
Miller, David S.           7 27 f } Neely, Wm.                  2 30 f
Miller, John            ]  5 15 f } Neff, Albert               11 11 f
Miller, Joseph          ]  5 15 f } Neff, Andrew               11 11 f
Miller, William            6  6 f } Neff, Edmund               11 13 f
Miller, William           12 44 f } Neff, Clement              11 13 f
Millsap, Jacob             7  3 f } Neff, Lucinda               8 19 f
Millsap, Edw.              7  5 f } Nesbitt, Benjamin           8 34 f
Millsap, Francis           2  3 f } Nesbitt, George            10 11 f
Nesbitt, George           10 10 f } Rhodes, John                4  6 f
Nesbitt, Robt.            10 11 f } Richmond, Daniel           10 20 f
Nesbitt, Wm.              10 10 f } Richardson, Thomas          5  2 f
Neville, John              5  2 f } Robertson, Alexander        7 20 f
Newton, Edward             5  3 f } Robertson, Andrew        ]  1 19 h
Neely, Abraham             7  7 f } Robertson, John          ]  1 19 h
Nicol, Charles             7  2 f } Robertson, James         ]  4 17 f
Nicol, David               7  1 f } Robertson, John          ]  4 17 f
Norris, Thos.              7  4 f } Robertson, Peter           12 19 f
O'Brien, Andrew            8  5 f } Robertson, Thomas           6  8 f
O'Connell, Patrick         5 15 f } Robinson, Andrew            8  5 f
O'Connor, Edward           7 21 f } Robinson, John              9 15 f
O'Malley, Patrick          1 15 f } Robinson, John              9 21 f
O'Neil, Margaret           7 20 f } Robinson, Ross              7 12 f
Osborn, Wm.               10  8 f } Robinson, Thos.             9 15 f
Ough, John                 8 17 f } Robinson, Thos.             8 15 f
Ovens, Thos.               9 10 f } Robinson, Wm.               8 15 f
Parker, Charles H.         4  5 f } Rooney, Edw., sen.       ]  5 12 f
Parker, John               9 16 f } Rooney, Edw., jun.       ]  5 12 f
Parks, Joseph              6 22 f } Rooney, John             ]  5 12 f
Parkes, Mathew             6 22 f } Rooney, James               1 15 f
Parsons, Wm.              12 10 f } Rose, Isaac                 7 16 f
Parsons, Edw.              7 15 f } Rose, Mrs. Laura           12 19 f
Patterson, Donald          4 22 f } Rose, Patrick               7 17 f
Patterson, Duncan          2 26 f } Ross, Daniel                7 13 f
Patterson, John            4 26 f } Ross, Donald                6  1 f
Patterson, Neil           12 40 f } Ross, Wm.                   8 29 f
Paul, Dougald              4 21 f } Rezial, Francis             6 10 f
Paul, John                 4 20 f } Rezial, Robert              6 10 f
Paul, Neil                 4 21 f } Rupert, Conrad              7 31 f
Pearson, James             3 16 f } Russell, Jas., P.M.         8 25 f
Perry, George              8  6 f } Rykhart, John               3  9 f
Perry, George              2  5 f } Sanders, Wm.                3 14 h
Perry, James               9 15 f } Sanderson, John             2 10 f
Piper, George H.          12 15 f } Sampson, Joseph            11 26 f
Playter, Henry             6 37 f } Scarrow, James             11  7 f
Porter, Alexander          7 17 f ) Scott, John                11  4 f
Porter, Robert             5  6 f } Scott, Mark                10  7 f
Price, James               2 30 f } Scott, Thos.               11  4 f
Purdy, William            11 12 f } Scott, Thos.               11 12 f
Rainey, William           12 36 f } Sheard, Charles             7 11 f
Rankin, Matthew            8  7 f } Sheppard, George            4  1 f
Rayburn, William          10 13 f } Sherick, Jacob              3 11 f
Reardon, Owen             10 18 h } Sherick, John               8 30 f
Redmond, James             5 35 f } Shields, John               9 18 f
Reed, William T.          10 12 f } Sidey, James                5  9 f
Simons, Benj.             10  8 f } Swalm, Daniel               8 29 f
Simpson, Robert           12  ? f } Swalm, Jacob                8 28 f
Sinclair, Charles       ]  5 26 f } Swalm, M.                   8 29 f
Sinclair, Donald        ]  5 26 f } Switzer, Daniel             2  9 f
Sinclair, John          ]  5 26 f } Switzer, Samuel             1  9 f
Sinclair, John            11 10 f } Switzer, Wm.                1  7 f
Smith, ALex.              11 14 f } Taggart, Alex.             12 20 f
Smith, Charles             6 15 f } Taggart, Edward            11 21 f
Smith, Dugald             12 45 f } Taylor, Charles             5 10 f
Smith, George              7 16 f } Taylor, George, sen'r       5 10 f
Smith, Hugh               11 14 f } Taylor, James               6 18 f
Smith, John               12 45 f } Taylor, John               12  5 f
Smith, John               11 14 f } Taylor, John                9 31 f
Smith, John                7 22 f } Taylor, Moses              12 11 f
Smith, John                7 21 f } Taylor, Patrick             5 18 f
Smith, Lawrence            2 22 f } Taylor, Richard            10 11 f
Smith, Reuben              6  5 f } Taylor, Wilberforce         3 18 f
Smith, Wm.                 7 22 f } Taylor, Wm.                12  5 f
Smith, W. J.               1  9 h } Thomson, David             12 37 f
Somerville, Samuel         5  1 f } Thompson, Joseph            5  1 h
Sorley, John N.           10 12 f } Thompson, Joseph & Wm.      4  2 f
Sparks, Wm.               10 40 f } Tindlon, Wm.                6 24 f
Spearing, George           5 33 h } Todd, Christopher           2 23 f
Steed, Michael             5  7 f } Todd, U.                    2 23 f
Steele, John               4  2 f } Tompkins, Henry            11 20 f
Steele, Thos.              4  2 f } Tooke, John                 6 34 f
Stephens, Charles         10 17 f } Townley, Rev. Adad, D.D.    8 36 f
Stephens, Henry           10 18 f } True, John                  9 10 f
Stephens, J. D.            8 21 f } Tubs, John                  1 29 f
Stephens, M. N., merchant  9 40 f } Tuck, George               11 10 f
Stephens, T. W.            8 20 f } Tuck, James                12 12 f
Stephenson, Robert        11 15 f } Turner, Archibald           4 22 f
Stewart, George           12  4 f } Tyne, M.                    4 18 f
Stewart, John             11  7 f } Van Zandt, Henry           12 43 h
Stewart, Nathaniel         1  1 h } Walker, Peter               7 33 f
Stewart, Peter             9 18 f } Wallace, John               9  3 f
Stewart, Samuel           12  4 f } Ward, Joseph                8 40 h
Stinson, Wm.              11 16 f } Webster, George             5 10 f
Stinson, Wm., sen.        11 16 f } Westlake, George            2 18 f
Stone, Edmund             11  5 f } Wetherall, George          10  1 f
Stouffer, Joseph           5 28 f } Wetherall, George           9  1 f
Sullivan, Florence        10 25 f } Wetherall, James            8  3 f
Sutherland, Alex.          9 30 f } Wetherall, Richard          9  1 f
Sutherland, Alex.          2 14 f } Wetherup, Mrs. Mary         5  6 f
Sutherland, W. J.          2 15 f } Wetherup, Robt.             5  7 h
Swalm, Conrad              8 28 f } Whelan, James               8 38 f
White, Henry              12  3 f } Wood, Samuel                9 34 -
Whittier, Wm.             10 36 f } Wood, Robt.                 5  4 f
Williams, James            4 14 f } Wood, Wm.                   4  5 -
Williams, James, jun'r     4 15 f } Wyant, George               6 34 f
Wilson, Dickson            5  1 f } Wyant, Joseph               7 34 f
Wilson, Joseph             3  3 f } Young, James                8  3 f
Winram, Wm.                2 12 f } Young, John                 8  8 f
Winters, Isaiah            9 40 f } Young, William              8  5 f
Wood, Joseph               9 35 f }

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TOWNSHIP OF NORTH ORILLIA

Post Offices - Ardtrea, Marchmont, Orillia, Washago.

Ackman, M. A.             13  8 f } Brayley, Charles            9  6 f
Alsop, Joseph             10  7 h } Brennan, Eliphalet          6  3 f
Annis, Anthony            11 17 f } Brennan, James              6  2 f
Annis, Richard             7  1 f } Bridgman, Frank            12  8 f
Ardagh, W. D., Barrie      5 12 f } Bridgman, Wm.              12  8 f
Ashenhurst, Robert         7  7 f } Brooker, Benj.             10  6 f
Bagley, Mrs. C.           13 15 f } Brown, Ewan                10 11 f
Barry, Richard             1 19 f } Bushell, Edward             9  8 f
Baxter, Wm.                8  8 f } Butterfield, John           7  3 f
Benner, Charles A.         5  1 h } Calverly, John              7  1 f
Benner, Edw. H.            5  6 h } Campbell, Thos. P.          4  1 f
Benner, Richard G.         5  6 h } Campbell, W.P.              2  4 f
Benner S.                  5  6 h } Carroll, Patrick            5 13 f
Bennett A.                13 18 f } Carroll, Thomas             5 13 f
Black, John                3  4 f } Clark, A. M., Toronto       3  7 f
Black, Samuel              1  9 f } Clark, George               1  1 f
Black, Wm.                 1 10 f } Coffey, Patrick             1  8 f
Blackaby, Richard         15 12 f } Coleman, James, Oro         2  7 f
Blackaby, Wm.             15 12 f } Coleman, John               3  3 f
Boyington, Edw.            8 12 f } Connor, A.                  5  2 f
Boyington, Robert         10  6 f } Connor, H.                  5  2 f
Boulton, C. E.             1 12 f } Corkhill, Patrick           5  2 f
Boulton, D.E., Midl'd R.R. 3 12 f } Coulson, William            2  1 h
Brant, Henry               8 11 f } Coxworth, Joseph           10  7 f
Crandell, C.               5  7 h } Johnson, Ira                6  6 f
Crowe, Michael           ] 3  8 f } Joyce, Henry                1  5 f
Crowe, Thomas            ] 3  8 f } Joyce, John                 6 14 f
Crowe, William           ] 3  8 f } Joyce, Patrick              1  3 f
Darrough, Charles          8 12 f } Joyce, Wm.                  1  5 f
Davis, James               9 12 f } Kean, Frank                 2  7 f
Davis, William            10 13 f } Kean, James                 8  3 f
Dick, Daniel               8  2 f } Kean, Joseph                7  5 f
Dillon, John               7  8 f } Kelly, David               10  6 f
Dilworth, David           12 15 f } Law, Alex.                 10  8 h
Dilworth, Thomas          12 15 f } Law, Joseph                 9  9 f
Donnelly, Richard          4  4 f } Lawrence, George            7  9 f
Drinkwater, John H.        2  1 f } Leaf, Wm. H.                7  6 f
Drinkwater, J. H.          3  1 f } Lee, Thos.                  1  6 f
Drinkwater, R.J.S.         3  2 f } Leffler, John               1 ?6 h
Dunlop, John               1 14 f } Lloyd, Wm.                  8  4 f
Dunnett, Michael           9 13 f } Lynes, Jeremiah             4 18 f
Elliott, Henry             7  4 f } Lynes, John                 2 11 f
Emile, William             9 13 f } Lynes, Timothy              3  9 f
Ennis, Stephen             1 12 f } McCaughan, Daniel           7  4 f
Finn, John and Thomas      4  7 f } McCaughan, Thos.            6  3 f
Foster, Silas              9  9 f } McCluskey, James            6  1 f
Fowlie, Albert             5  5 f } McCluskey, Rob't            6  1 f
Gardner, David            13 14 f } McGovern, John              1  4 f
Garner, Robt.              2 16 f } McIlvanie, Patrick          3  3 f
Garside, Edward            2  4 f } McKee, James                4  8 f
Gibson, John               7 11 f } McKinlay, Francis           1 10 f
Gillett, Wm.               2  3 f } McMaster, James            12 16 f
Gilley, Fred D.           10  5 f } McMaster, James, jr.       12 17 f
Golden, Daniel             3  5 f } McMaster, Rob't            12 16 f
Golden, Michael            2  6 f } Mackie, Henry               6  5 f
Golden, Thos.              2  5 f } Miliken, J.B.              12 12 f
Hagan, John               10  8 f } Mitchell, James            12 10 f
Hall, John                13 14 f } Monahan, Wm. J.             3  4 f
Hallett, James             7 11 f } Moore, James                1 15 f
Harrington, John          12  9 f } Moore, James                1  2 f
Hean, John                 1  2 f } Morris, Samuel              5  1 f
Hewitt, John               7  4 h } Mullen, Henry               3  7 f
Hickens, H., Severn Island -  - - } Myers, George               7 13 f
Hickey, Wm.                1 12 f } Naughton, James             1  6 f
Hindman, James            12 13 f } Naughton, John              1  7 f
Holmes, Richard            3  4 f } Naughton, Michael           1  6 f
Hopkins, Thos.             1  2 h } Naughton, Patrick           1  7 f
Howe, Philip H.            1  2 f } Newlove, George            11 10 f
Huntley, Julius           11  9 f } Nicholas, Henry            16 12 f
Jacques, George            8 13 f } O'Brien, Henry              6 12 f
O'Connor, Daniel           1  8 f } Smith, Wm.                  1  1 h
O'Connor, Timothy          1  8 f } Stanelan, Richard           4  7 f
O'Connor, Patrick          5 15 f } Stenton, Thos.             14 22 f
Oliver, John               4  2 f } Stewart, Henry              2 11 f
Oril, Joseph               7  8 f } Stewart, Joseph             1  2 f
Ormsby, Jas., Severn Island   - - } Sullivan, John              1  1 f
Orr, John                  1 17 h } Sutherland, Hugh            6  6 f
Orser, Isaac               1  2 f } Sutherlan, John             4  6 f
Overend, James             7  6 f } Sweeney, Daniel           ] 4  6 f
Paine, George              2 10 f } Sweeney, Jeremiah         ] 4  6 f
Paine, John                1  9 f } Telford, Wm.                9 12 f
Peters, John              13 12 f } Thorburn, John              4  5 f
Peters, William           13 12 f } Thornton, James             1  3 f
Peters, Robert            12 12 f } Tompkins, Daniel            7 10 f
Phillips, Henry           10 12 f } Tompkins, Wm.               7 10 f
Phillips, James            8 12 f } Tompkins, Isaiah            8 10 f
Power, Richard, Barrie     4 15 f } Torrance, James             9  9 f
Powley, Charles            1  2 f } Trimble, Wm. A.             6  8 f
Powley, George             1  2 f } Trimble, Wm. A.             7  7 f
Powley, Jacob H.           1  2 f } Turnbull, Andrew            8  3 f
Quail, Michael             2  8 f } Turnbull, John              6  8 f
Quinn, James               -  - - } Van, Abraham                1 13 f
Radcliffe, -------         4  8 f } Vanderburgh, Richard        8  4 f
Rankin, James              1 11 f } Wallace, Joseph             8  3 f
Rawson, WIlliam            1  1 f } Watson, Wm.                13 12 f
Reid, C.P.                 3  6 f } Webster, James H.           1  2 f
Reid, Isaac                3 10 f } Weir, Robt.                 7  6 f
Reid, Isaac                7  2 f } Wheeler, Benj.             11  8 f
Reynolds, George           8  1 f } Whitney, Henry             11  7 h
Roach, John                5  9 h } Whitney, Hugh              13  9 f
Robinson, Andrew P.        8  6 f } Whitney, Stephen           12 10 f
Robinson, E.               8  6 f } Williams, Thos.             8  4 h
Robinson, George          15 12 f } Wilkins, E.                 1  1 f
Robinson, Arch'd.          9  5 f } Wallis, Robt.               7  1 f
Robinson, John             9  5 f } Wise, Wm.                   3  6 f
Rogers, John              13 10 f } Wood, George                7  1 f
Selman, Joseph J.B.       12 11 f } Wood, P.                    7  1 f
Sheridan, Edward           5  7 h } Wood, Wm. J.H.              7  1 f
Sheridan, Patrick          5 13 f } Wood, Thos.                 9  2 f
Sheridan, Terence          5  8 f } Woods, Thos.               14 14 f
Sheridan, Wm.              5  8 f } Woodrow, Archibald          1  3 f
Simmons, Charles           8  5 f } Wright, John                3  1 f
Simpson, Fred.            13 11 f } Wright, Wm.                 1  2 -
Simpson, Wm.              13 11 f }
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TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH ORILLIA

Allen, James               1 11 f } Dunn, Thos. sen.            4 10 f
Allen, John                2 13 f } Dunn, Thos. J.              3 10 f
Bailey, Geo.               3 15 f } Edmondson, Thos.            1 13 f
Beatty, James              5  4 f } Edwards, Wm.                5  4 f
Blain, John                3 11 f } Fallin, Martin              3  2 f
Bolster, Geo. I.           5  6 f } Fitton, H.W.                5  5 f
Boyce, Henry               4  9 f } Foley, Daniel               3  5 f
Brown, John E.             8  1 f } Foley, Martin               3  5 f
Brown, Wm.                 8  1 f } Gill, Mrs. Sarah            5 10 f
Calverly, Matthew          5  1 f } Gilmour, Patrick            2  4 f
Calverly, Wm.              4  6 f } Grant, Wm.                  3  9 h
Cameron, Duncan            2 19 f } Gribben, F.G.               5 10 f
Carson, Wm.                3  6 f } Hamilton, T.                1  1 f
Cavanagh, Wm.              1  3 f } Harvie, Alex. and Wm., mil-
Chew, Samuel               1 13 f }    lers                     2 10 f
Chew, Wm.                  1 14 f } Harvie, John, sen.          1  9 f
Clark, David               2  6 h } Harvie, John R.             1  6 f
Coleman, Patrick           1  6 f } Harvie, Thos.               1 10 f
Cotton, Simon              1  1 f } Harvie, Wm.                 1  9 f
Connor, Cornelius          5  4 f } Harvie, John                4  7 f
Connor, Mrs. C.         ]  3  2 f } Heward, Stephen             6 10 f
Connor, John            ]  3  2 f } Hewett, Mrs. A.             4  1 f
Connor, J.C.            ]  3  2 f } Hewett, Alfred              3  7 f
Connor, Jeremiah        ]  3  2 f } Heyden, Lawrence            5  6 f
Connor, John               3  6 f } Heywood, John               3  1 h
Connor, Patrick            3 15 f } Hood, James L.              2  9 f
Connor, Timothy            2  2 f } Hugg, Daniel F.             3 10 h
Cotton, Daniel             2  7 f } Hughes, Terence             6  4 f
Cotton, Simon              2  8 f } Jackson, W.W.               6 11 h
Crockford, Fred            2  5 f } Jamison, James              2 13 f
Cuppage, John              2 10 f } Johnston, James             2 12 f
Dallas, James              4  9 f } Johnston, James             1 19 f
Dallas, Thos.              3  9 f } Johnston, Thos.             1 12 f
Dearlove, John             5  4 f } Kerr, Atchison              4  4 f
Donaldson, J.              4  6 f } Kyle, Wm.                   3  2 f
Donaldson, Wm.             5  4 h } Lenahan, Patrick            5  4 f
Duffy, James               5  3 f } McArthur, John              1 15 f
Duffy, Michael             5  3 f } McArthur, Peter             1 15 f
Duffy, Owen                5  4 f } McFarlane, John             2  3 f
Duffy, Michael             4  4 f } McLeod, Neil                3  1 h
McPhee, Arch'd.            2 16 f } Regan, Patrick              3  5 f
McPhee, Robt.              2 16 f } Regan, Patrick, sen.        3  7 f
McPhee, John               6  2 h } Regan, Patrick              2  1 f
McMillen, Mrs. Eliza       4  7 f } Regan, Thos.                2  2 f
Mellon, John               3  6 f } Rix, George                 2  4 f
Middleton, Isaac           4  7 f } Rix, John                   1  2 f
Millard, James             5  1 f } Roach, David                5  6 f
Millechamp, Alfred T.      6  3 f } Ross, Robt.                 3  8 f
Milligan, James            2 10 f } Rowe, Basil R.              1  5 f
Moffatt, Andrew            5 11 f } Rowe, Charles H.            1  7 f
Monck, James               6 11 h } Saunders, George            4  7 f
Moon, George               3 16 f } Smith, H.                   1  1 f
Moon, Henry                2 17 f } Stanton, Thos.              4  5 h
Moon, John                 2 17 f } Strathern, D.               1 10 f
Moore, Chris.              4  9 f } Stroud, Mark                2 15 h
Moriarty, John             1  1 f } Sullivan, John              3  4 f
Mulvaney, John             2 15 f } Taylor, L.D.                4  7 f
Mulvaney, Patrick          2 15 f } Thompson, Archibald         3 13 f
Mulvaney, Owen             2 10 f } Thompson, Mrs. E.           6 10 f
Mulvaney, Thos.            1 16 f } Thompson, Robt.             1 17 f
Murphy, Jeremiah           3  7 f } Thompson, Simeon            2 18 f
Nelson, John               1  2 f } Thorburn, Alex.             3 12 h
O'Connor, John             4  7 f } Tucker, Walter              4  7 h
O'Connor, J.J.             1  6 f } Turner, Edward              3  1 f
O'Donnell, W.M.            4  5 f } Vick, George                3  9 f
O'Neil, Michael            4  5 f } Wainman, David              4  4 f
Odell, Edwin W.            2  4 f } Wainman, Edmund             4  2 h
Oliver & Co.               5 10 f } Wainman, George             4  2 f
Payne, Uriah               1  8 f } Wainman, Matthew            4 12 h
Plunkett, Thos.            4  3 f } Waldron, Martin             4  7 f
Powley, S.P.               4 10 f } Walker, James               6  5 f
Price, Wm.                 1  1 f } Ward, Earnest A.            4  1 f
Reardon, Matthew           2  2 f } Wellman, Thos.              5  6 f
Regina, Daniel             2  3 f } Whips, Thos.                4  3 f
Regina, John               2  1 f } Wilson, Jacob               3  1 f
Regina, John               2  2 f } Wilson, Leonard             4  5 f
Regina, Morris             2  1 f } Wood, Wm., sen'r            7  1 f
Regan, John M.             3  6 f } Wright, George              2  8 f
Regan, Michael, sen.       3  5 f } Wright, John                1  8 f
Regan, Michael, jr.        3  4 f } Yeo, Thos.                  5  1 f

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TOWNSHIP OF ORO

Post Offices - East Oro, Edgar, Hawkstone, Jarrett's Corners,
               Nevis, Rugby, Steele.

Adam Grace,                8 27 f } Banks, Wm. J.               7 18 h
Adam, George              10 22 f } Barber, Luther              3  6 h
Adam, James                8 27 f } Barker, Henry               6  1 f
Adam, Jas., blacksmith    13 11 f } Barnhart, Benjamin         10 19 f
Addison, Thomas            1 26 f } Barnhart, Hiram             9 17 f
Addison, William           3 11 f } Barnhart, John             10 15 f
Addry, Rebecca             9 26 h } Barnhart, Simeon            9 19 f
Aliott, George             1  1 h } Barron, Wm.                 5  7 f
Alley, Gerald              6 11 f } Baskerville, Edmund        13 15 f
Allingham, Charles        11 21 f } Baskerville, John          12 21 f
Allingham, Douglas        11 24 f } Barkerville, Samuel        13 14 f
Allingham, Edw. H.        10 20 h } Baskerville, Silas         13 15 f
Anderson, David           14  9 f } Baskerville, Wm.           13 14 f
Anderson, Robert          14  9 h } Beard, James               11  1 f
Anderson, George          11 18 f } Beard, Joseph              13  1 f
Anderson, James    1st range  1 f } Beardsal, Wm.               2 27 f
Anderson, John            13 23 f } Beaton, Neil                8 10 f
Anderson, Richard         11 10 h } Bertram, Joseph             2 33 f
Anderson, Thomas, sen.    11 17 f } Bell, Allan                 7 23 f
Anderson, Thomas, jun.    11 18 f } Bell, Arch'd               11 16 f
Annas, John               10 13 h } Bell, Arthur                9 22 f
Annas, Richard             9  8 h } Bell, Donald                9  9 h
Armstrong, Edw.            2  D f } Bell, Duncan               10 17 f
Armstrong, James           4 14 f } Bell, Edward                7 20 h
Arthur, Joseph, carpenter  3 27 f } Bell, Farquhar             10 20 f
Arthur, Samuel     2nd range  4 f } Bell, Francis               8 24 f
Ashley, Mrs.               1  1 h } Bell, Gilbert               8 15 f
Atkinson, Charles          1  1 f } Bell, Gilbert, teacher     11 16 h
Author, James             14 20 f } Bell, James                 7 23 h
Balf, Nicholas             3 12 f } Bell, John                  8 15 h
Balf, Thomas               3 12 f } Bell, Lachlan               9  9 f
Ball, George               2  4 f } Bell, Neil                  8 15 f
Ball, James, postmaster and       } Bell, Oliver                8 23 f
   carpenter              13 10 f } Bell, Wm. J.               10 22 f
Ball, John                 6  1 f } Black, Alex., carpenter    13  1 f
Banks, John E.             7 18 h } Black, Angus                9 12 h
Black, Donald              8  5 f } Caldwell, Thos.             3 22 f
Black, Hector              9 12 f } Calvert, Simeon             6 23 f
Black, James               8 17 f } Calvert, Wm.                6 23 f
Bowen, Thos.               3  6 f } Cameron, Alex.              6 18 f
Bowen, James               3  6 f } Cameron, Angus              5 18 f
Bone, David               13 10 f } Cameron, Catherine          5 20 f
Bradley, George   2nd range   1 h } Cameron, Charles            6 18 h
Brandon, James             6  8 f } Cameron, Donald, carpenter 12  6 f
Brandon, John              7  7 f } Cameron, Donald            13  6 f
Braydon, Wm.               9 26 f } Cameron, Donald, sen.      13 12 f
Brazel, Perkins & Co.      5 11 f } Cameron, Donald, jr.       13 12 h
Bridges, C.C.              3 26 h } Cameron, John               6 19 f
Brigham, John              3 23 f } Cameron, Lachlan            5 21 f
Brigham, Wm.               3 23 f } Cameron, Malcolm           13  8 f
Brigham, Robt.             3 23 h } Cameron, Neil               5 20 f
Brogan, Patrick            3 26 f } Cameron, Peter     2nd range   1 h
Brookes, George            5 20 f } Cameron, Rob't.             6 19 f
Brown, George              9 12 f } Campbell, Alex.             5 17 f
Brown, George              3 10 f } Campbell, Angus             4 21 f
Brown, James G.            1 24 f } Campbell, Arch'd.           7  9 h
Brown, John                4 24 f } Campbell, Arch.             5 17 f
Brown, John                3 17 f } Campbell, Arch., jun.       5 17 f
Brown, Robt.               6  8 f } Campbell, Donald            5 16 f
Brown, Wm.                 4 25 h } Campbell, Geo.              4 17 f
Brown, Wilson             14 12 h } Campbell, Neil              4 21 f
Brownlee, Alex. bl'ksmith 2?  2 f } Campbell, Richard  2nd range   4 f
Buchanan, Donald          13  7 f } Canall, T.                 10  8 h
Buchanan, Francis         13  7 ? } Cannon, John                2 35 f
Budds, Ambrose   2nd range    2 h } Cannon, Wm. H.              1 34 h
Bull, Mrs.                 8 16 f } Carmichael, Dugald          7 12 h
Bunker, Amos              12 14 f } Carmichael, Malcolm         9  3 h
Bunney, Edwin              1 21 f } Carmichael, Peter           8 12 h
Bunney, George             1 21 h } Carson, Hugh                1 22 h
Bunney, Joseph             3 15 f } Casey, Michael, storekeeper 1 40 h
Burt, James                9 24 f } Cavanagh, Thos.             5  5 f
Burt, Wm. J.              10 13 h } Chaplain, Edw.              3 26 f
Bush, James                5 12 f } Chappel, Hepwith            1 11 f
Bush, Mark                 6 11 h } Chappel, James              1 20 f
Caldwell, Alfred           3 20 f } Chappel, John               1 10 f
Caldwell, George, sen.     1 11 f } Chappel, Simon              1 10 f
Caldwell, George, jr.      3 20 f } Chew, George                1  4 h
Caldwell, George H.        3 20 h } Chew, Samuel                1  4 f
Caldwell, John             1 24 f } Christopher, Richd 2nd range   5 -
Caldwell, Joseph           2 12 f } Clarke, Hugh               10  5 f
Caldwell, C.               3 24 f } Clarke, Isaac, blacksmith  10 13 h
Caldwell, Rob't            8 17 f } Clark, John, sawyer         5  4 h
Clark, Wm.                 5 11 h } Currie, Duncan              5 21 f
Clark, W.F.                8  8 f } Currie, Gilbert            12 17 f
Clarkson, Wm.              2  5 f } Currie, John                5 21 f
Clement, A.H. tavernkeep'r 1 26 h } Currie, John J.             4 21 f
Coates, Henry              6 18 f } Currie, Neil, carpenter     9 11 h
Coady, Patrick             7 13 h } Curtis, Stephen             2  D f
Cockburn, Jas., wagonmaker 4 11 f } Daley, Mrs., innkeeper      1 40 h
Colberry, George           4  4 h } Dawson, Thomas              3 10 f
Colberry, Robt. J.H.       7 17 f } Demeline, Wm.              12 17 f
Colberry, R.J.H.           7 14 f } Dicker, Henry               6  4 f
Colberry, Wm.              5  5 f } Dickerty, Thos.             2  8 f
Coleman, James            14  7 f } Douglas, Alex.              7 24 f
Coleman, James, jun'r     14  7 h } Douglas, James              5  7 h
Coleman, Michael          14  7 - } Drury, Charles              1 12 f
Collins, James             4  7 f } Drury, Thos.                1 12 f
Colquhoun, Neil            5 21 h } Drury, Thos.                3 14 f
Cook, George               3  7 f } Drury, Wm.                  1 14 f
Cook, George J.            5 27 h } Duffield, Henry             2 38 f
Cook, James               12  3 f } Duffield, Samuel            2 37 f
Cook, Lewis               12 20 f } Dunlop, James, weaver       5  2 f
Cook, Richard             12 13 f } Dunsmore, John              6 14 f
Cook, Robt.               11 16 f } Dunsmore, Wm.               1  7 f
Cotton, Samuel            10 14 f } Eaton, Christopher          5 10 f
Cotton, Samuel, wheelw'ht 11  3 - } Eberts, Fred.              14  8 f
Cotton, Simeon            14 18 f } Eddy, Alex.                 4  4 h
Coulson, James             7  1 f } Eddy, George                4  4 f
Coulson, John S.          11  4 f } Eddy, George                4 12 f
Cowan, Arthur              6  3 f } Eddy, Hiram                 4 12 f
Crawford, George          10 17 h } Edmondson, T.M., miller    14 13 f
Crawford, George          10 14 f } Edwards, Joseph, sen.       2 31 f
Crawford, Henry            8 22 f } Edwards, Joseph, jun.       2 31 h
Crawford, Henry            7 24 f } Ellesmere, John             4  1 f
Crawford, James            1 39 h } Ellesmere, Joseph           4  1 f
Crawford, James            7 24 f } Elson, John                10 24 h
Crawford, John, carpenter 11 16 f } Emms, David                 7  2 f
Crawford, Joseph          10 16 h } Emms, George                6 26 f
Crawford, Richard          7 24 h } Emms, James                 1 31 f
Crawford, Robt.            7 24 h } Emery, Israel               2 36 f
Crawford, Robt.           10 16 f } Everett, Daniel             2 25 h
Crawford, Robt.           13 19 f } Fell, Isaac                12 12 f
Crawford, Wm.             10 16 f } Fell, James                12 12 f
Crittenden, Alex.          6  7 f } Fell, William              12 14 f
Crittenden, Andrew         6  7 f } Ferguson, Donald, teacher   8 16 h
Cross, Thos.               5 10 h } Ferguson, Duncan            8 16 f
Cunningham, Robt.          5 13 h } Ferguson, Rev. J.           9 10 h
Currie, Alex               8 14 f } Ferguson, William           5 11 h
Fillingham, Joseph         3 22 f } Goode, Alfred               2  ? f
Findlay, Robert            2 18 f } Goodyear, Richard           5 18 f
Findlay, William           4 14 f } Goodyear, Robt.             1  1 h
Fitzgerald, Mrs. Mary Ann  2 21 f } Gough, John                 1  e f
Flaherty, James            3 26 f } Gough, Robt.                1  e f
Flaherty, John    2nd range   3 f } Goulter, Thos.             2r  1 h
Flaherty, Rebecca 2nd range   3 f } Graham, Alex.               5 19 f
Fletcher, Alexander        9 16 f } Graham, Alex., jun'r        4 20 f
Fletcher, Alex.           11 16 f } Graham, Donald              3 25 f
Fletcher, Archibald        8 18 f } Graham, James               4 11 f
Fletcher, Duncan          11 21 f } Graham, James               5 20 h
Fletcher, Hugh             8 17 f } Graham, John                2 30 f
Fletcher, John             8 18 f } Graham, John                5 19 f
Fletcher, Rev. J., 2nd range  1 h } Graham, Joseph              6 22 f
Fogal, Lawrin             12 14 f } Graham, John Edw.           4 12 f
Forbes, William           12 22 h } Grant, Donald               7 11 f
Forrester, Thomas         10 11 f } Grant, George               7 12 f
Foster, Thomas             2 24 f } Grant, Robert               7 12 h
Fraser, James              3  2 f } Gray, James                 3 14 f
Fraser, James              3 26 h } Gray, Thos., carpenter      4 13 f
Frawley, P.J., shoemaker   1 10 f } Gray, Walter                3 14 f
Galbraith, Donald         10 13 f } Gray, Wm.                   3 14 h
Galbraith, John            9 10 f } Grenway, Charles            2 12 f
Galbraith, John            6 12 f } Greenshields, James        10 11 f
Galbraith, Lachlan         9 11 f } Greenshields, Wm.          10 11 h
Galbraith, Neil            6 13 h } Guthrie, Alex.              8 20 f
Galbraith, M., innkeeper   7 16 h } Guthrie, James              5 18 f
Gallagher, William         2  3 h } Guthrie, Thos.              7 21 f
Gardener, Thomas           2 23 h } Hall, Charles, carpenter    1 40 f
Gardener, William G.       2 25 f } Hall, George                2 25 h
Gilchrist, Alex.           5 18 f } Hall, John G.              10 16 f
Gilchrist, Alex.           3 16 f } Hall, Joseph                7 15 f
Gilchrist, Angus           4 15 f } Hall, Wm. H.                7 16 h
Gilchrist, Arch'd.         3 21 f } Halliday, Wilfred           5 19 h
Gilchrist, Colin           7 19 f } Handy, Charles G.           5 12 h
Gilchrist, Donald          4 16 f } Handy, John A.              5 12 -
Gilchrist, Duncan          7 19 f } Hamilton, Francis          14  1 f
Gilchrist, Farquhar        7 19 f } Hamilton, Dr.               7 10 f
Gilchrist, Neil            6 14 f } Hardie, John               13  6 f
Gilchrist, Noah           14 18 h } Hardie, John, jr.          13  6 h
Gilchrist, Peter           4 16 f } Harper, Marmaduke           4 24 h
Gillespie, Donald P.       9  6 f } Harrington, James           4 13 f
Gillespie, Duncan          6 16 h } Harrison, John              3  9 f
Gillespie, Malcolm         9  9 f } Hart, Abram                 1 32 f
Glennie, James             4 21 f } Hart, Isaac                 1 32 h
Goddard, John              4  7 h } Hart, Nathan                1 32 -
Hart, Thomas               2 13 f } Jackson, Peter, shoemaker  13 11 f
Hartwell, David            2 21 f } Jackson, Samuel             6 11 f
Haslett, John             13 19 f } Jamieson, Dan'l., blksmith  4 11 f
Hastings, John D.          6  5 f } Jarratt, Chas., storek'per 11  1 f
Hatch, Henry               7 20 f } Jarratt, Lachlan           10  4 f
Hatch, Richard, cooper     6 21 f } Jarratt, Thos.             11  1 f
Hawkins, Wm.               8 19 f } Jenkins, Mrs.              14  8 f
Hay, John, shoemaker       3  2 h } Jennett, Joseph             2 40 f
Hayes, James               3 13 f } Jennings, William           6 11 h
Hayes, James, blacksmith   1 40 h } Jermey, James              10 10 f
Hayes, John                5  8 f } Jermey, Samuel             10 12 f
Hayes, Michael             5  8 f } Jermey, Wm.                10 13 -
Heard, Wm.                 3 27 f } Johnson, Edward            13  9 f
Henderson, John            2  2 h } Johnson, George             6 15 f
Hewitt, John               5 11 f } Johnson, Matthew           14  7 f
Hickling, Charles          1  7 f } Johnston, Alex.             8  6 h
Hickling, John             1 15 f } Johnston, Donald, jr.      12 17 f
Hickling, Wm., sen.        2 20 f } Johnston, Hector           12  7 -
Hickling, Wm., jr.         2 20 f } Johnston, James            12  7 f
Higgins, Wm.               3  4 f } Johnston, James             8 21 h
Hill, John, blacksmith    11  3 f } Johnston, John             14 11 f
Hill, Reuben               1 15 h } Johnston, Wm.               1 29 f
Hill, Wm. J.               4 17 f } Johnston, Mm.              12 10 f
Hind, Wm.                  3  1 f } Jones, Clarkson             2  4 f
Hipwell, John             13  1 f } Jory, Abraham               1 25 f
Hobson, John               1  8 h } Jory, John                  1 25 f
Hodges, John               6 19 f } Jory, Thos.                 1 25 f
Hodges, Mrs.              11 24 f } Keat, Anthony               1 21 f
Hodges, Richd., innkeeper 12 16 f } Kenny, Bartholmew           1  1 h
Hodges, Wm. W.             7 11 h } Kenny, Thos.                2  9 f
Hodgkinson, Richard       11  3 f } Kessock, John               6 22 f
Hodgson, Robt.            2r  6 f } Key, James                  1 23 f
Holland, Henry             5 22 f } Kiel, Aaron                 1 40 h
Holmes, Wm.                5  4 h } Kelly, Edward               9 24 h
Horne, Andrew             12 15 f } Kelly, John                 9 24 h
Horne, Donald             11 13 f } King, Charles               7  1 f
Horne, Elizabeth           5 24 f } King, Joseph                5 26 h
Horne, John               13 13 f } Kirkpatrick, George         9 25 f
Horne, John               11 12 f } Kirkpatrick, Guy            9 23 h
Horne, Thos.              11 12 f } Kirkpatrick, Walter         9 23 h
Horne, Wm.                12 12 f } Lahey, John                10  7 f
Houston, Charles          14 20 f } Lander, James               5  9 f
Houston, Jas.             12  5 f } Lander, Walter              5  9 f
Hubbard, James            2r  3 f } Lang, John          1st range  3 h
Hubbard, Robert           2r  3 h } Lang, Wm.                  11  2 f
Hume, James                4 26 f } Langman, Nicholas          14  6 f
Langman, Samuel           14  5 h } McArthur, Alex.             7 16 f
Langman, John             14  6 h } McArthur, Arch.            14 15 f
Langman, Joseph R.        14  6 - } McArthur, Chas.             7 16 f
Larkin, George, teacher    1  7 h } McArthur, Donald            7 22 f
Larkin, Wm.                1  3 f } McArthur, Duncan            8  2 f
Lawrence, Dr. S.           9 16 h } McArthur, Duncan            6 24 f
Lawson, Thos.             13  6 h } McArthur, Flora             5 13 f
Leatherdale, Luke, carpen-        } McArthur, Gilbert, bl'ks'th 1 16 h
   ter                    11  3 f } McArthur, James             6 24 f
Leigh, Henry              13 17 h } McArthur, John             14 14 f
Leigh, John, jun'r        13 16 f } McArthur, John              7 22 f
Leigh, John, sen'r        13 16 f } McArthur, John              8 17 f
Leigh, Leonard            10 23 f } McArthur, Malcolm           8 78 f
Leigh, Nathaniel          13 16 - } McArthur, Neil              9  4 f
Leigh, Robert             12 16 f } McArthur, Peter            14 14 f
Leith, John                3 23 f } McArthur, Peter             8 22 f
Lennox, Hugh               2 34 f } McAuley, Arch.              8 17 f
Lepard, James              7  6 f } McCallum, Daniel           11  4 f
Lepard, Jeremiah           7  6 f } McCallum, Peter            10  6 f
Lewis, George              2 25 h } McCalman, Mrs.             14 14 f
Lister, George            12  9 f } McCalman, Peter            14 14 f
Litster, John             14 11 f } McCuaig, Angus              6 18 f
Ling, Ruben                1 36 f } McCuaig, Angus           ]  5 15 f
Link, Alex.                6  5 h } McCuaig, Donald          ]  5 15 f
Link, Alfred               6 10 h } McCuaig, Arch'd             5 12 h
Link, Harvey               6  6 h } McCuaig, Donald             6 17 f
Link, Henry                6  5 f } McCuaig, Donald             6 15 h
Link, James                6  6 h } McCuaig, Dugald             8 22 h
Link, John                 6  5 h } McCuaig, Duncan,         ]  5 14 f
Livingstone, James         6 13 f } McCuaig, John            ]  5 14 f
Livingstone, Neil          5 14 f } McCuaig, Duncan             4 15 f
Lloyd, Allan               1  d f } McCuaig, Finlay             9 16 h
Lloyd, Charles             2 11 f } McCuaig, Finlay, pedlar     6 17 f
Locke, Alex               13 13 f } McCuaig, Henry              5 12 h
Locke, George             13 13 f } McCuaig, Henry              9 16 f
Locke, Wm.                13 12 f } McCuaig, Henry              6 15 f
Long, Mrs. Martha          3  8 f } McCuaig, John               4 22 f
Lott, John M., miller      4 11 h } McCuaig, John               6 12 f
Lowe, Robert       1st range  1 h } McCuaig, Norman             6 12 f
Luck, Chas., carpenter     1 16 h } McCuaig, Neil               5 16 f
Luck, Edw. and Thos.       1 16 f } McCuaig, Wm.                4 19 f
Luck, Samuel               1 16 f } McCue, Daniel              12  1 f
Lyall, Peter               9 20 f } McCulloch, Rob.             6 16 f
Lyme, John                 2 28 f } McCulloch, Thos.            6 16 f
McAdam, Thomas             5  8 f } McDonald, James             1 14 f
McAdam, Dugald, teacher    9 23 h } McDonough, Michael         10 18 f
McDonough, Michael, jr.   10 18 f } McLarty, William            7 21 f
McDonough, Thos.          10 18 h } McLean, Alex.               8  3 f
McDougal, Duncan           6 14 f } McLean, Asa                 4 28 f
McDuff, Arch'd             7  8 f } McLean, Donald             10  4 h
McDuff, John              10  2 f } McLean, John               10  4 f
McEachern, Alex.           8 11 f } McLean, Duncan             12 11 f
McEachern, Arch'd          8 12 f } McLean, John               12 11 f
McEachern, Arch'd.         7 16 f } McLean, George              1 38 f
McEachern, Neil            7 16 f } McLean, James              11  3 f
McEachern, Donald          7 17 h } McLean, Jas., blacksmith   11  3 f
McEachern, Duncan          8 12 f } McLean, John, blacksmith    1 16 h
McEachern, John            8 11 h } McLean, John                1 39 f
McEachern, John            8 12 h } McLean, John                4 10 f
McEwan, Donald, sen.       4 14 h } McLean, Mary                5 26 f
McEwan, Donald, jr.        4 13 f } McLean, Peter               8 15 h
McEwan, Neil               3 12 h } McLean, Robert              2 25 h
McEwan, Wm.                4 13 h } McLeod, Cameron            11  8 f
McFayden, John            10 21 f } McLeod, Henry              11  8 h
McFee, Peter               9  1 f } McLeod, John, jun.         10 23 f
McFee, Wm.                 9  1 f } McLeod, John, sen.         10 24 f
McGibbon, Duncan           9  1 h } McLeod, Thomas              1 24 f
McGill, John               3 25 h } McLiver, Alex.              5 22 f
McIntyre, Donald          14 10 f } McMillan, Angus             9 11 h
McIntyre, Donald           7 18 f } McMillan, Lachlan           9 11 f
McIntyre, Nichol           7 18 f } McMillan, Arch'd.          10 17 f
McIntyre, Duncan           8 18 f } McMillan, John              8  7 f
McIntyre, John             6 13 h } McMillan, Malcolm           8  7 f
McIntyre, Joseph           4  7 f } McNabb, Andrew              4 15 f
McKay, Angus, carpenter    9 21 f } McNabb, William             4 15 f
McKay, Donald              9 12 f } McNabb, Andrew              5 16 f
McKay, Dugald              8  6 f } McNabb, Donald              5 16 h
McKay, Dugald, teacher     1 38 h } McNabb, James              10  1 f
McKay, Duncan              4 27 h } McNabb, John               10  1 f
McKay, Finley             13 17 f } McNabb, John               12  1 f
McKay, Finley, sen         9 12 f } McNally. D.                 5  1 f
McKay, Finley, jr.        10 12 - } McNiven, J.                 8  3 f
McKay, Hugh               13 19 f } McPhee, Alexander          14 17 f
McKay, Walter              9 21 f } McPhee, Angus              14 19 f
McKay, Hugh                3  9 f } McPherson, Duncan          13  7 h
McKennell, Robert         14 13 h } McPherson, John            13  7 f
McKeon, James, weaver     14 14 f } McPherson, John            12 15 f
McKerroll, James          10  1 f } McTaggart, B.               4 16 f
McKerroll, John           10  1 f } McVity, W.B., clerk of the
McKinley, Duncan          13  2 f }    peace                 1 No 11 f
McLachlan, John, weaver   11 18 h } McWater, George             8  3 f
McLarty, James             7 20 f } McWhinnie, Henry, weaver   10 10 f
Madden, John, sen.         3  4 f } Muir, Robert               12  2 f
Madden, John               2 35 h } Murphy, Roger               9 24 h
Madill, John              12  1 f } Murphy, Thos.               7 10 f
Mahoney, James            11 24 f } Murphy, John                4  3 f
Manning, Geo.              9  9 h } Murphy, Martin              4  2 f
Manning, John           ]  9 18 f } Nash, John                 11  5 f
Manning, Wm.            ]  9 18 f } Neave, James                2 29 f
Mann, Noah                 4  5 f } Nelson, James               2 25 h
Mathieson, Niel, weaver    8 11 h } Nelson, John               14  2 f
Marshall, Richard         11 10 f } Noble, Allan, innkeeper    12 23 h
Maudsley, Edw.            14 15 f } O'Brien, James             11 23 f
Maudsley, James           12 16 f } O'Brien, Wm.       2nd range   1 f
May, George               13 11 h } O'Hearn, Daniel    2nd range   2 f
Medcalf, John              6 24 f } Oden, Chas.                 5  7 h
Meeking, Henry             2  2 h } Ormsby, Geo.               12 14 f
Middleton, Robt.           4 20 h } Orser, Isaac, innkeeper    14  1 h
Milbee, Robt.              2 29 f } Osborne, Wm.                1 20 f
Milbee, Thos.              1 29 f } Osler, James                1 35 h
Milding, Aaron             5 11 h } Osler, John                 1 35 f
Millar, John, teacher     12 11 h } Packard, John               5 26 f
Millar, Wm., shoemaker     6 25 f } Pailk, Samuel               2  6 h
Millar, Wm.               12  2 f } Partridge, Charles         11  2 h
Miller, Wm.                5 24 f } Partridge, Charles          1 16 f
Minty, George              1 38 h } Partridge, George           1 17 f
Minty, Robt.               1 38 h } Partridge, John T.          1 27 f
Mitchell, Wm., storekeeper 9 15 f } Partridge, Wellington       1 17 f
Molson, G.W.              10 21 h } Paterson, Alex.             6 17 f
Morgan, Charles, carp'ter 12 15 f } Paterson, James             5 13 f
Moore, Charles            13 20 f } Paterson, Richardson        5 12 f
Moore, John                9  5 f } Pearce, George              7 15 h
Mornington, Levi           6 11 h } Pearce, John                2 10 f
Mornignton, John W.        6 11 h } Pearce, Thos.               2 10 f
Morris, Hiram              4 25 f } Perry, George               8 25 h
Morrison, Angus            9 10 f } Perryman, Wm.              13 19 f
Morrison, Duncan           3 21 f } Phinney, John              13 16 h
Morrison, John             3 19 f } Piper, Alex.                5 19 f
Morrison, Neil             3 19 f } Plaxton, Mrs.               3  7 f
Morrison, Neil             9 10 h } Plaxton, John               3  7 f
Morrison, Thos., sen'r    14 10 f } Poole, Robt.                2 15 f
Morrison, Thos., jun'r    14 10 f } Poole, Thos.                2 15 f
Morrison, Wm.              2 40 f } Pound, Jesse                7 14 f
Morrow, David              5 20 f } Powell, Wm.                 1 23 f
Morse, Wm.                 7 27 f } Powers, Richard             2  2 f
Morton, Edward             6  6 h } Prebbell, Jonathan          3  7 f
Muir, Robert               4 22 f } Pringle, James              6 21 f
Muir, Robert               4 23 f } Proud, Joseph               4 10 f
Pugh, James                3 26 f } Rouse, John                 9 15 f
Quinn, Patrick             1 19 h } Rouse, Wm.                  9 14 f
Quail, Wm.                 5  1 f } Rowe, Richard              10 24 f
Raddall, Jasper           13 14 f } Rusk, Robt.                 7 22 h
Raddall, Warren           13 14 f } Rutherford, John           12  8 f
Raikes, Walter             1  1 f } Rutherford, John R., M.D.   5 11 f
Reeve, James, weaver       8 25 f } Salmon, James, pedlar      12 12 h
Reid, Alex.               10  3 h } Sampson, Joseph             5 23 f
Reid, Hugh                10  3 f } Sampson, Rob't              5 23 h
Reid, Archibald            9  2 f } Sanders, Edwin              2 27 f
Reid, James                9  2 f } Sanders, Thos.              5 24 f
Reid, James                9  7 f } Sanderson, Rev. J.G.       12 11 f
Reid, John                 3 15 f } Sarjant, George             3  3 f
Reid, Peter                4 18 f } Scott, Michael             11 13 f
Reid, Wm.                  9  4 f } Scott, Wm.                  1 22 h
Reid, Wm.                 12 23 f } Seymour, Joseph             7  1 f
Reynolds, Milton B.        5 11 h } Seymour, Wm.                7  1 f
Rhyndress, John            5  6 f } Shanahan, Philip            4 14 f
Rhynehart, Nicholas        1 10 f } Shaw, Fred.                10 12 f
Richardson, George, sen.   5 10 h } Shaw, George                9 10 f
Richardson, Robt.          5 10 f } Shaw, Henry                11 19 f
Richardson, Samuel         1  5 f } Shaw, Henry                11 14 f
Richardson, Walter, sen.   5 10 h } Shaw, Peter                10 12 f
Richardson, Wm.            6 11 f } Shaw, Thomas               13 18 f
Rix. Thos. tavernkeeper    1 15 h } Shaw, Wm.                  11 15 f
Robertson, Alex.          12  5 h } Shaw, Wm.                  11  9 f
Robertson, Alex.           7 17 f } Shaughnessy, Michael        2 13 f
Robertson, Andrew         12 10 f } Shaughnessy, Wm. sen.       3 18 f
Robertson, Geo.           13 11 f } Shaughnessy, Wm. jr.        3 18 f
Robertson, Geo. sen       13 10 f } Shaughnessy, John           3  3 f
Robertson, Geo. jr.       13  8 h } Shaughnessy, James          3  4 f
Robertson, James           5 25 f } Shaughnessy, Michael        3 18 f
Robertson, Wm., innkeeper  9 10 h } Sheffield, John             1 33 h
Robinson, Wm.              1  6 f } Sheffield, Paul             1 35 f
Robinson, Wm. D.           1  5 h } Shellswell, Alfred          4  3 h
Rook, J.G.P., blacksmith  12 15 f } Shellswell, Jesse           4  3 h
Ross, Arch'd.              8 25 f } Shellswell, Wm.             4  3 f
Ross, John                 8 25 f } Simmons, John              2r  2 h
Ross, Hugh                 6 26 f } Simpson, Ezra              11 15 f
Ross, Hugh                 8 21 f } Simpson, Wm.               11 15 f
Ross, James                6 21 f } Sinclair, Archibald         3 16 f
Ross, John                 6 25 h } Sinclair, Wm.               3 16 f
Ross, John                 6 28 f } Sinclair, Wm.               6 23 f
Ross, John                 4 27 f } Sissons, John               5 11 f
Ross, Thos.                6 25 f } Slessor, James              4 12 f
Ross, Wm.                  6 25 h } Slessor, Robt.              5 12 h
Smith, Alex.              11 17 f } Thompson, Wm.              11  5 f
Smith, Gilbert            14 21 f } Thompson, Robt.     2nd range  2 h
Smith, Harry               5 28 h } Thompson, Mrs. R.          11  3 f
Smith, James               4  7 f } Thornton, Richard           2 25 h
Smith, John                1  1 h } Thornton, Robt., carpenter  3  4 f
Smith, John, sen'r         4  9 f } Todd, Wm.                   5 10 f
Smith, John, jun'r         5  7 f } Traynour, John              4  9 h
Smith, Peter              12 20 f } Tuck, George                5  5 f
Smith, Wm.                 9 13 f } Tuck, James                 4  6 f
Sommers, Joseph            1 17 f } Tuck, James E.              5  6 h
Steele, John C.            6 16 f } Tuck, Joshua                5  6 f
Staley, George             1  8 h ) Tudhope, George            12  6 f
Staley, James              1  8 h } Tudhope, James             11  7 f
Stewart, James             1 27 f } Tudhope, Wm.               11  7 f
Stewart, John             14  1 h } Tudhope, Walker             8  1 f
Stewart, Wylie            14  1 - } Tudhope, Wm.                8  1 h
Stoddart, Henry            5 22 f } Turner, Edw.                8  2 f
Storey, David             10  8 f } Tweed, Mrs. Mary,  tavern-
Strachan, G.               8  9 f }    keeper                   1 12 h
Strachan, W.              14 12 f } Van Saul, George            9  9 h
Straw, Henry              14 18 - } Van Skiver, H., pedlar      1 27 h
Street, George E.          3 23 h } Walker, George              1  3 f
Striggle, John             8 24 h } Walker, James               7  5 f
Strong, Michael            6 14 h } Walker, John                5  3 f
Strong, Robert             4 25 h } Walker, John                5 18 f
Stuckey, John              3 13 h } Wallis, Robt.               5  4 h
Sullivan, Jeremiah        12  2 f } Watson, James               1 28 f
Sullivan, John            12  2 f } Watson, John B.             1 28 h
Sutton, Samuel             5 12 f } Watt, Alex.                 4 26 f
Swan, Daniel              14 15 f } Watt, Allan                 4 25 f
Swan, Henry                8 14 f } Watt, Alex.                 4 23 f
Talbot, George             3 13 h } Watt, John                  4 23 h
Taylor, James              6  4 f } White, James H.             1 26 f
Taylor, Wm.                2 21 f } White, Mrs.                13  1 f
Thomas, Charles            3  8 f } White, Robert M.           13  2 f
Thomas, Joseph             3 10 f } White, Thos.               13  2 f
Thomas, Samuel             3  8 f } White, Thompson, teacher    -  - -
Thomas, Thos.              3 10 f } White, Wm.                  1 26 f
Thompson, Alex.            4  4 f } Whiteman, Hugh,  black-
Thompson, David            4  4 f }    smith                    4 27 -
Thmopson, Edward           3 12 h } Whiting, George            10 21 f
Thompson, Ira              6  7 f } Whiting, Robt.              9 23 h
Thompson, James           11  6 f } Whybrew, Jeremiah, carpen-
Thompson, John             3 18 h }    ter                      9  8 f
Thompson, John             3  9 f } Wicher, Rev. J.W.           1 39 h
Thompson, Michael         11  5 h } Wiggins, Alex.              5 23 f
Wiggins, Peter             7 22 h ) Wolford, Hezekiah           2 25 h
Wiggins, Wm.               6 23 f ) Woodrow, Alex.              8  6 f
Williamson, John, miller  12 23 f } Woodrow, Angus              9  6 f
Williamson, Rob't.        11  3 h } Woodrow, Duncan            10  7 h
Willing, Nathaniel         3  6 f } Woodrow, Duncan             9  5 f
Wilson, Alfred            14 21 f } Woodrow, James             11  2 f
Wilson, Andrew            10 15 f } Woodrow, John               8  5 f
Wilson, A.B.               1  3 f } Woodrow, John              10  2 f
Wilson, James              1 ?2 f } Woodward, Cholmondely       3 26 f
Wilson, John C.           10 15 h } Young, John M.             11 20 f
Wilson, Wm. C.            10 15 f } Young, Thos. M.            14 11 f
Wolams, Daniel            12 14 f }

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SUNNIDALE

Post Offices - Brentwood, New Lowell, Sunnidale.

Allingham, Wm.              7 16 f } Bell, George              11 15 f
Anderson, Wm.               3  9 f } Brasher, Frederick, shingle
Ardagh, W.D.                2  2 f }    manufacturer            5  8 f
Armstrong, John            10 12 f } Brothers, George           7 11 f
Armstrong, Robt. J.        11 11 h } Brothers, Wellington       5 19 f
Armstrong, Thos.            9 15 f } Brown, Thos., hotelkeeper  2 25 f
Armstrong, Thos.           10 12 f } Buie, Arh'd.              10  5 f
Armstrong, Wm.             12  8 f } Buie, Donald              10  5 f
Atkinson, John             10 12 f } Buie, James               10  5 f 
Atkinson, J.T.             12  4 h } Bush, A.T.                14  5 f
Auger, Andrew               2 25 f } Bush, J.T.                14 14 f
Auger, Louis                2 25 f } Caddow, Peter              3 20 f
Auger, Nelson               2 17 f } Cahill, Joseph             8 13 f
Auger, Theophile            2 25 f } Cahill, Thomas             6  4 f
Auger, Thos.                2 17 f } Calbeck, Robert           11  9 f
Baker, Peter H.            11 10 f } Carter & Murray, shingle
Barker, John                3  8 f }    manufacturers           5  8 f
Beatty, G.J.                7 18 f } Clark, Alister M.          5 19 f
Bell, Alex.                11 11 f } Coburn, William            7 10 f
Bell, Angus                 4 10 h } Coady, James               1 28 -
Collins, John              10 17 f } Edmonds, John              8  3 f
Collins, Patrick           12 12 f } Edmonds, Joseph            9  3 f
Collins, William           11 14 f } Elliott & Maxwell          2 25 h
Comartin, Abraham           3 21 f } Emes, Wm.                 10 14 h
Cook, Christopher & Co.  ]  7  7 f } Fardy, Cyril               2 25 f
Cook, Christopher & Co.  ]  2 25 f } Fergusou, John, teacher   11  9 f
Copson, Wm. H.             13  6 f } Fleming, And'w, blacksmith 4 10 h
Coupland, John              7  3 f } Fleming, James             8  4 f
Coyle, Edw., sen.           6  2 f } Forkin, Patrick            5  8 f
Coyle, Edw., jun.           6  2 f } Forrest, Felix             2 25 f
Coyle, John                 5  2 f } Forrest, Henry             3 22 f
Coyle, Michael              6  3 f } Fry, Edwin                 2 25 f
Coyle, Patrick              6  2 f } Fyfe, James               11 11 f
Coyle, Thomas               4  1 f } Garbett, Stephen           5  1 h
Crawford, Andrew           13  7 f } Garrod, George            12  9 f
Cullen, Patrick, sen.       2 26 f } Garrod, John              12  9 f
Cullen, Patrick, jun.       2 26 f } Ganley, Wm.                4 10 h
Cullen, Robert              2 25 f } Gibson, Rob't             10  2 f
Cundell, Thos., lumber mer. 2 26 f } Giguire, Henry             3 21 f
Cunningham, George          8 14 f } Gill, Patrick, carpenter   4 10 h
Currie, Arch'd.             9 14 f } Gillespie, Peter           7 15 f
Currie, Archibald           8  2 f } Gillespie, Samuel         10 12 f
Currie, Donald              7 16 f } Gladstone, Thos.           2 19 f
Currie, John               13  6 h } Gladstone, Wm.             2 19 f
Currie, Niel                9 17 h } Glen, James                5  8 f
Currie, Robert              8  3 h } Gourdan, John              6 10 f
Cummiskey, Joseph          13  7 f } Graham, Patrick            1 23 f
Daly, Michael               2 26 f } Grey, David                5 31 f
Davidson, John              6 16 f } Guilfoyle, John            4  2 f
Davidson, Jos., lumber mer-        } Hamilton, James            7 15 f
   chant                    2 25 f } Handy, Mrs. Edw.           5 17 f
Davis, Joseph              10 14 f } Harkin, Martin             5  3 f
Deacon, Jas., blacksmith    4 10 h } Harkin, Neil               5  3 f
Dean, Ephraim              13  8 f } Harvey, John              12 14 f
Dean, Wm.                  13  8 f } Harvey, Thos.             13  3 h
Desjardine, Joseph          4 17 f } Haverson, Wm.              9 17 h
Desjardine, M.              4 17 f } Hawkin, George            13  2 f
Desjardine, Paul            4 17 f } Hay & Paton, lumber mer-
Dewsbury, John             13  9 h }    chants                  4 10 f
Dickey, Nathaniel           4 11 f } Heard, John                1 22 f
Disourdy, Francis           3 24 f } Hefferen, John             2 10 f
Doner, John                10  4 f } Henry, Wm., saddler        7 13 f
Dott, James                10 15 f } Hewlet, Wm., blacksmith    1 27 f
Dow, Robert                 4 10 f } Hill, Andrew, tailor       5 18 f
Dunn, David                 2 11 f } Hines, David              13 10 f
Dubois, Louis               2 26 f } Hines, Samuel             13 10 f
Hislop, Alex.            ] 12  2 f } McArthur, Duncan           7 15 f
Hislop, Charles          ] 12  2 f } McAuley, Eneas            10 13 f
Hislop, Robert           ] 12  2 f } McBride, Mrs.              2 25 f
Hodgson, Mrs. E.            8  2 f } McCabe, Frank              4 10 h
Hogan, John                 2 11 f } McCarthy, Jeremiah         8 12 f
Holland, John               6 18 f } McColman, Duncan           8 15 f
Howarth, John               5 20 f } McColman, Neil             8 15 f
Hubert, Andrew              2 20 f } McColman, Peter            8 16 f
Hughes, George              8  9 f } McCracken, Thos.           2  9 f
Hughes, Pierce              8  5 f } McCuaig, John             13  1 f
Hutchinson, James           1 22 f } McDonald, Angus            4 10 f
Jennings, Abel              3 23 f } McDonald, Mrs.             1 27 f
Jennings, Thos.             5 10 f } McIntyre, Duncan          12  7 f
Johnston, Alex.             9  3 f } McIvor, Alex.             13  8 f
Johnston, Daniel            5 29 f } McEachern, Dugald          8  1 f
Johnston, Robert           13 11 f } McFarlane, ----           11 11 f
Jones, Clarkson            14 10 f } McFarlane, Wm.            11 12 f
Jones, Henry                1 22 f } McGawley, Patrick         13  6 h
Kane, Patrick               7 10 f } McGillivray, Duncan       11  2 h
Keating, Michael            1 23 f } McGreevey, Edw.            9 17 f
Kee, Matthew                5  1 h } McGreevey, James           9 15 f
Kennedy, Henry              6 17 f } McIlroy, James             4  1 f
Kennedy, Lyman              4 12 f } McIntosh, D., tailor       4 10 h
Kitching, John             11 16 h } McKay, Donald              9  6 f
Lagoult, Antoine            2 25 f } McKay, Hugh               10  3 f
Lagrand, James              4 10 h } McKeever, David            2 21 f
Laidlaw, J.D., merchant     7  2 f } McLanders, John M., lumber
Lamont, Archibald          11 13 f }    merchant                1 17 f
Langtry, James              4 10 f } McLellan, David           10  2 f
Laporte, Louis              2 17 f } McLennan, John            10  2 f
Larkin, David               5 19 f } McLeod, Alex.              8 10 f
Lawrence, Alex.             2 25 f } McLeod, Hector             9  6 f
Lean, Daniel                2 25 f } McManus, John              2 10 f
Lee, Jefferson              5 19 h } McNeill, Archibald        10 13 f
Leeler, David            ] 12  7 f } McNeill, Donald, sen.     11  9 f
Leeler, Henry            ] 12  7 f } McNeill, Donald, jun.     11  9 f
Leeler, John             ] 12  7 f } McNeill, James            11  9 f
Leggatt, William            3 25 f } McNiven, Alex.             7 15 f
Little, John                9 17 h } McPhee, Neil               9 15 f
Lewis, Henry                1 28 h } McQueen, Angus             8  1 f
Lockhart, Thomas            3 24 h } McTaggert, Alex.           9  5 f
Long & Gartlan, merchants   9 15 f } McTaggert, Archd.          9  6 f
Lovett, John                2 25 h } McTaggert, M.              6  5 f
Lukes, Thomas               3 17 h } McWilliams, George        12  9 f
Lumeree, Joshua            10 14 f } Macham, Thos.              5  4 f
McAllister, John           14  3 f } Malone, Parrick            5  2 f
Martin, James              13  5 f } Reid, Wm.                  8 15 f
Martin, J.G., hotelkeeper   4 10 f } Rehome, Hercules           2 25 f
Martin, John                3 12 f } Rehvam, Frank              2 26 f
Mather, J.A., merchant      4 10 f } Richey, Louis              6 17 f
Mathews, Thos.             11 15 f } Richey, Wesley            13  4 f
Mathison, Duncan           12  8 f } Riley, James              14  2 f
Matthews, John              2  8 f } Risebrough, John          10 13 f
Mason, Joseph               5 19 f } Robillard, Joseph          2 26 f
Melville & Fair, merchants 10 15 f } Robinson, F.               9  1 f
Martley, James             10  1 f } Robinson, George          11 10 f
Micks, Henry                3  8 f } Robinson, John             6 18 f
Micks, James                4 11 f } Robinson, Wm.             11  4 f
Meddlebrook, --             4  8 f } Rogers, George             7 12 f
Middlebrook, Thos.          5 17 f } Rose, Wesley              11 12 f
Moir, Geo. M.              10 11 f } Rose, John                 5  8 f
Murray, James              10 12 f } Ruthven, Wm.               6 10 f
Murray, John                4 10 h } Sabin, D.W., merchant      2 25 f
Nadeau, Joseph              2 25 f } Schell, Alfred            11  9 f
Oliver, Robt.               8  5 f } Schell, John              11 11 f
Oliver, Thos.               8  7 f } Schell, John               5 17 f
Orr, James A.               4 11 f } Schell, Nicholas          13  7 f
Orr, John                   3 12 f } Scott, Isaac               6 18 f
Orr, Wm.                    4 11 f } Scott, Mrs.                3 18 f
Osman, Daniel              10  1 f } Scott, Wm., jr.            4 18 f
O'Connell, John             2 26 f } Setchell, James            5  8 f
Page, S.H.                  1 24 f } Setchell, James            8 10 f
Paton, Andrew, merchant     4 10 f } Setchell, Wm.              8 10 f
Pawley, Richard             4 10 h } Shaw, Angus               10 12 f
Pawley, Thos.               4 10 h } Shaw, Angus                9 16 f
Pengilley, John             4 10 h } Shaw, Donald               9 16 f
Phillips, Gideon           10  2 f } Shaw, Donald              11 10 f
Pickering, Andrew          11 13 f } Shaw, Duncan               2 25 f
Pickering, Wm.             12 11 f } Shaw, Duncan               9 16 f
Pifer, Nathaniel           12 12 f } Shaw, Duncan, jr.          9 15 f
Pifer, Samuel              11  9 f } Shaw, J.W.                 2 25 h
Pollock, John               6 15 f } Shaw, Neil                 9 16 f
Prentice, Alex., lumber mer-       } Sherk, John               12  9 f
   chant                    4  6 f } Smith, Daniel              3 23 h
Price, Samuel               4 10 h } Smith, Dobie & Co. lum.mer 1 11 f
Prosser, Benj.              7 13 f } Shaw, Duncan               2 25 f
Prosser, Watkin             5 19 f } Shaw, Duncan               9 16 f
Prosser, Wm.               12 10 f } Shaw, Duncan, jr.          9 15 f
Randall, John               4 22 h } Shaw, J.W.                 2 25 h
Randolph, George, lumber           } Smith, Reuben              5 13 -
   merchant                13  2 f } Smith, R.J.                6 17 f
Ranzer, Jos., wagon-maker   4 10 h } Smith, Theodore            3 10 -
Smith, William, merchant    9 14 f } Troyer, C., lumber merch't12  7 f
Soper, Harmon               5 19 h } Troyer, Christian         10  3 f
Sparling, John, carpenter  12  8 f } Troyer, Jonathan, lumber
Spicher, J.                10 13 f }    merchant               12  8 f
Spicher, Moses             11 13 f } Tubbs, James              14  1 f
Spiers, Valentine           6 18 f } Varey, George              2 25 f
Stevens, M.V., lumber mer.  1  2 f } Warner, George, storek'per 2 25 f
Sullivan, F.               11 10 f } Watson, Isaac              9  2 f
Sullivan, James            11 10 f } Watson, Joseph             9  4 f
Sullivan, John             11 14 f } Watson, Richard            9  4 f
Sullivan, Timothy          11 10 f } Watson, William            9  2 f
Switzer, Daniel, miller     4  3 f } Wedge, James S.           10 13 f
Switzer, Daniel             5  5 f } Welton, George             9  4 h
Switzer, Philip             3 23 f } White, George              5 11 f
Switzer, Wm., lumber mer.   3  3 f } Wilson, Henry             13  3 f
Switzer, Wm., lumber mer.   5 12 f } Wilson, John               9 17 h
Taylor, Alex., merchant     4 21 f } Wilson, Joseph            11  1 h
Thompson, A.C., lum. mer.   4 21 f } Wilson, Thomas, teacher   13  3 f
Thompson, Thomas            3  8 h } Wine, Luke                 6 18 f
Tobin, William             14  6 f } Young, Abraham             2 25 f
Trott, R.C., machinist      2 18 f }

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TAY


Post Offices - Port Severn, Vasey, Wabashene.

Adam, Wm.                   1 88 f } Brightly, James            1 86 f
Adamson, Wm.                1 80 f } Bresette, Hypolite        2 110 h
Allen, John                 1 80 h } Britton, Henry, potter     2 77 f
Allen, Wm.                ord 45 f } Brock, Charles             4 14 f
Anderson & Bruce            1 76 f } Brock, Samuel              3 14 f
Armstrong, Edw.             1 18 f } Brown, Joseph              4  1 h
Bannister, Charles          1 76 f } Brown, Samuel              4  2 h
Bannister, ohn, storekeeper 1 76 f } Brown, W.H.                4  1 h
Belfry, Jacob               5  2 h } Bruneau, David             4 16 h
Belfry, Peter               4  1 f } Bruneau, Julien            4 16 h
Bell, Andrew, storekeeper   1 76 f } Burke, David             ord  3 f
Belrose, F.X.               4 40 h } Burke, John              ord 58 f
Blackner, Ferguson          1 92 f } Bush, Fred.               11  4 f
Bush, Geo.                 11  5 f } Grant, John                8  6 f
Bushier, Michael            4  4 f } Grexton, Ira               1 93 h
Campbell, John              7  3 f } Grexton, William J.        4 18 f
Campbell, Matthew           7  4 f } Hallen, Edgar             2 113 f
Campbell, Wm.               6  3 f } Hallen, Rev. George       2 112 f
Campbell, Wm.              11 o6 f } Hallen, Richard           1 113 f
Carswell, George            5 13 f } Harkley, Thomas           2 106 f
Carswell, George           13  5 f } Harkley, William          11  3 f
Chambers, Daniel            7  2 f } Hay, Alfred                2 86 f
Chapman, James              3  6 f } Heaslip, Thomas            2 76 f
Chapman, Robt.              1 84 h } Hemenway, John             1 92 f
Charlebois, Peter         ord 79 f } Henry, Thomas              1 87 h
Clark, George               1 86 f } Hill, William              6 10 f
Clark, James                1 79 f } Holt, Thomas               4 12 f
Cook, George                3 15 f } Jamieson, James            1 76 f
Cook, H.H.                 12 12 f } Jardine, David, carpenter  1 76 f
Coulter, Samuel             1 83 f } Jeffery, H.C.             1 106 f
Cowan, Wm.                  1 98 f } Jeffery, Fred.            1 115 f
Cradock, John              10  2 f } Jenkins, Edward         ord  60 h
Cradock, Joseph             9  2 f } Jenkins, William        ord  59 h
Darling, James              5 16 f } Johnston, Richard          7  5 f
Darmour, Martin             1 98 h } Jupp, William, teacher    1 104 f
Devine, Mrs. J.            2 103 h } Kennedy, Rev. J.          2 116 f
Devine, Michael            1 103 f } Kennedy, Michael        ord   7 f
Davidson, Jabez            1 107 f } Lattanville, Anthony       1 87 h
Donohoe, John            ord  34 f } Lawrence, Thomas sen.      1 89 f
Downey, Henry               4  4 f } Lawrence, Thomas jun.      1 90 f
Drinkle, Wm.                1 79 h } Lawson, Walter            14  5 f
Dubeau, Joseph             1 115 h } Lawson, William           14  4 f
Durnford, Arthur           14  1 f } Lebrash, Justus          ord 28 f
Durnford, Edward           14  2 f } Lovern, Thos.             12  1 f
Dusom, A.                  12  5 f } Lynch, Edw.               11  3 f
Dusom, Benj.               12  6 f } Lynch, James              11  3 f
Elliott, Charles            1 85 f } Lynch, Wm. J.            ord 44 f
Elliott, James              3 11 h } McClung, Rob't             3  5 f
Elliott, Joseph             3 11 f } McCormick, -----          2 100 f
Errington, Philip           2 91 f } McDonald, A.J.             3 13 h
Errington, Wm.              3  8 f } McDonald, John            14  2 f
Fraser, Fred.               4 13 f } McDonald, Neil             6  2 f
Fraser, James              2 102 f } McDowell, James            2 84 f
Fraser, Michael            1 100 f } McDowell, John             5 18 f
Fraser, Samuel             2 101 f } McDowell, Thos.            2 30 f
German, Francis            1 101 h } McGuire, Patrick         ord 14 f
Gibson, Henry               2 90 f } McGuire, Patrick           2 87 f
Golley, Thomas              6  4 h } McKeown, John              8  2 f
Graham, William             6  7 h } McLean, Duncan, blacksmith 1 76 f
McLean, George              6  2 h } Shawl, Joseph              4 12 f
McMahon, Thos.              4 10 f } Shawl, Louis               4 12 f
McNeil, John               11  2 h } Simpson, Alex.             4  2 f
Macarthy, Cornelius         1 91 f } Smith, Adam               2 105 f
Mackie, Benj.               5  1 f } Soden, Wm.                 1 97 f
May, Richard                3 18 f } Stewart, David             6 10 f
Mealie, Rob't               4  3 h } Stewart, Wm.               2 85 f
Mills, George H.            6 11 f } Stewart, J.A.              7  1 f
Montgomery, James           1 88 f } Thompson, A.C.            2 107 f
Mood, John                  7  4 f } Thompson, Edward           1 78 f
Moore, Martin               4  8 f } Thompson, John             1 78 f
Mount, Matthew              7  2 f } Thompson, H.H.            1 101 f
Muirhead, W.J.              4 19 h } Tindall, Richard          1 102 h
Mundy, Israel              1 112 f } Tinny, John                3  2 h
Murphy, Richard            1 106 f } Tripp, Hiram               3  4 f
Pell, James                 1 81 f } Vasey, Mark                5  1 h
Pierson, J.R.              10 10 f } Vasey, Wm.                 6  7 f
Piper, James               11  2 h } Vent, Adam                 3  9 f
Plewes, J.S.                1 82 f } Vent, Charles              2 89 f
Quigly, John                1 85 f } Vent, Wm.                  3 10 f
Racher, George              4  3 h } Vent, Wm.                  4 11 f
Robins, James              2 114 f } Warden, Robt.              8  3 f
Robinson, Claude            1 77 f } Watt, James                2 81 f
Robinson, Sydney            3  1 f } Webb, Robt.                5  3 f
Robinson, Thos.             5  5 f } Webb, Thos. H.             5  4 f
Ross, Mrs. H.               1 99 f } Williams, W.H. & J.T.      3  7 f
Ross, T.C.                 1 100 f } Woods, Noah                3  6 h
Russell, James              5  4 f } Woods, Wm.                 2 88 f
Russell, Wm.                6  3 f } Wright, Wm.              ord 55 f
Shawl, Christopher          4 12 f }

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TINY


Post Offices - Lafontaine, Penetanguishene, Wyebridge.

Acquin, Ephraim             9 16 f } Anderson, Edw.            2 103 f
Allen, James A.             - -- - } Anderson, James            8  9 h
Ammelent, J.B.             15  9 f } Anderson, John             8  9 h
Ammelent, Xavier            7 12 f } Anderson, Thomas           5 14 f
Anderson, Thomas           1 106 f } Boyer, Wm.                16 14 f
Anderson, William           2 79 f } Brabant, Clovis            7 13 f
Anderson, William           2 80 h } Bradley, Mrs. John        12 16 f
Andre, J.R.                 7 12 f } Bradley, Thos.            12 17 f
Andre, Pierre              10 15 f } Braithwaite, John         11 15 f
Andre, P.J.                 8 12 h } Brasseiur, Pierre, sen'r  15 17 f
Archer, Edw.                2 86 f } Brasseur, Eustache        11 11 h
Archer, Mrs. Harriet        2 88 f } Brasseur, Theodore        11 11 h
Argue, Thomas               5 14 f } Brasseur, Pierre          11 11 h
Asselin, Arch'd.           10 13 f } Brecette, Andrew          13 18 f
Asselin, Joseph             9 14 f } Brecette, Eli       park lot 22 -
Asselin, Joseph            17  9 f } Brecette, John            13 18 h
Asselin, Joseph H.          9 14 f } Brock, Samuel              5  9 f
Barmister, David            6 10 f } Brunnelle, C.             16 19 f
Bazinette, Damas           15 17 h } Brunnelle, Eugene         17 21 f
Beauchamp, Desire          12 11 f } Brunnelle, Henry          16 21 f
Beauchamp, E.              16 18 h } Brunnelle, Louis          17 21 f
Beauchamp, Gaultier        12 11 f } Brunnelle, Octave         16 21 f
Beauchamp, Felix           12 11 f } Brunson, Bernan            6 11 f
Beauchamp, R.              12 11 f } Buck, James                5 12 f
Beaudoin, Alex.            16 21 f } Bunt, John, carpenter      - -- -
Beaupre, Fred.             15 13 f } Cadieu, Andrew            2 113 f
Beausdeel, Felix           13 19 f } Cadieu, Andrew, jun.      2 118 f
Beckett, Thomas             1 11 f } Cadout, Pierre            pl 52 h
Beckett, Samuel             1 11 f } Cameron, Nicol             2 25 f
Boney, W.H.                 2 78 f } Campbell, Wm.             12 14 f
Bell, Joseph                1 76 f } Casselman, H.M.            6 12 f
Bell, Andrew                4 10 f } Casselman, Z.             tl  2 h
Bellecourt, Louis          11 17 f } Castinet, Clement         16  5 f
Belleheumeme, Thomas       16  8 h } Castinet, S.              15 10 f
Berreau, F.X.              -- -- - } Charlebois, Amable        tl 40 f
Berreau, J.B.              17 10 f } Charlebois, Israel        10  9 f
Berreault, F.X.            2 111 f } Charlebois, Napoleon      16 14 -
Blay, Angus                 1 93 h } Charlebois, Collice, hotel-
Blondin, Auguste           12 16 h }    keeper town lot N Robt St 11 h
Blondin, Cleophas          10 16 f } Charlebois, Oliver        11  9 h
Blondin, Isaiah            10 11 f } Charlebois, Peter, deputy reeve
Bocheneau, Joseph          16 12 h } Charlebois, Toussaint     tl 33 -
Bonnier, Narcisse          14 17 h } Cheverette, Mary          15 17 f
Booth, George               1 22 f } Cheverette, Louis         16 21 f
Bourchier, M.              4 180 f } Cheverette, Moise         17 13 f
Bouchier, Narcisse         16 15 f } Clarke, George             3 18 f
Bourie, F.X.               2 107 f } Clarke, George             1 81 f
Boyer, J.B.                17 12 h } Cloutier, Clement         16  5 f
Boyer, James               17 15 f } Cloutier, Eugene          tl  7 f
Boyer, Pierre              16 14 f } Clute, Charles             5 11 f
Clute, James                2 94 f } Desroches, Alex.          15 20 f
Clute, Peter                3 11 f } Desroches, Francis        16 18 f
Clute, Wm.                  3 12 f } Desroche, James           18 21 f
Cook, Geo., lumberer        3 16 f } Desroche, Leandre         14 18 h
Columbus, Edw., blacksmith         } Desroche, Xavier          14 18 h
   town lot N Robt. St.       11 f } Devlin, Patrick           13 15 f
Columbus, Francis          39 40 f } Dion, Joseph, stonemason  pl 55 f
Columbus, Henry            -- -- - } Dion, Octave              16 11 f
Columbus, Lewis, Penetanguishene   } Dorion, Ephriam           17 10 h
Copeland, Geo., miller     1 116 f } Dorion, Pierre            17  9 h
Copeland, Watson, lumberer  2 90 h } Downs, George              1 80 h
Cartier, Alex.,  tlS Robt. St. 2 - } Dubeau, Joseph            13 87 -
Cartier, David,  tlN Water St. 8 - } Dubeau, Narcisse, hotel-
Cotti, Chas.               18 19 f }    keeper  tn lt N Walter St. 1 f
Cotti, Francois            15 14 f } Ducaire, Solomon          15  8 f
Cotti, Gilbert             tl 44 h } Ducette, Napoleon          8 14 f
Cotti, Joseph              18 10 f } Ducette, Pierre           17 16 f
Cotti, Margaret            18 10 f } Ducharme, J. Bpte         14 13 f
Crawford, Arthur           2 101 f } Ducharme, Joseph          14 13 h
Crawford, Thomas           1 100 f } Ducharme, Xavier          14 14 f
Cretieu, Francis            3 14 f } Dumas, David              18 20 h
Cretieu, Joseph            16 12 f } Dunlop, Andrew            1 105 h
Cumming, James              1 85 f } Dunlop, Archibald, mer-
Cumming, James J.           2 77 - }    chant                  tl  5 f
Danard, W.B.               12 18 f } Dunlop, Samuel            1 105 h
Dandanot, J.B.             14  9 f } Dupee, Richard            11 10 h
Dandanot, Lewis            14  8 f } Dupuis, David             18 17 h
Dandanot, Narcisse         14  8 f } Duquette, E.              16 16 f
Darling, Jas., postmaster tl       } Durialle, Emile, carpent. pl 45 h
   N Water St.                17 f } Dusome, Francis         pk lt 4 -
Daulte, Antoine            15  9 f } Dusome, Leon              18  9 h
Daulte, Cerille            16  9 h } Dubeau, J. Bpte            7 14 f
Daulte, E.L.                7 15 f } Drennan, James            17 20 h
Daulte, Gideon              7 15 f } Dwindnell, John            5 10 f
Daulte, N.                 16 16 f } Dwindle, Thos.             6 22 f
Daulte, Touissant          16  9 h } Eagle, Vincent             6 12 f
Davenport, Robinson         3 14 h } Edwards, George            1 97 f
Davey, John                 1 78 h } Edwards, Robt.             1 95 f
Davidson, J. & D.          tl  6 - } Edwards, Robt. S.          1 95 f
Davis, John                 1 25 h } Edwards, Wm.               1 95 f
Dean, Amos                  1 22 f } Elliott, Wm.               1 97 f
Delorme, John               8 14 f } Ewan, Charles              1 83 f
Deschamp, Antoine          13 12 h } Ewan, Charles, jun'r       1 83 f
Desgardin, Pierre          14 10 f } Fitzpatrick, Hugh, shoe-
Desroche, Adolphe          17 21 f }    maker                   1 91 h
Fitzpatrick, John           3  9 f } Grudeon, George, carp'ter 16 16 f
Fitzpatrick, Peter, carp'r  4 12 f } Grudeon, Mitchell         tl  1 f
Fitzpatrick, Robt.          5 19 f } Grudeon, Pierre           19 12 h
Fitzpatrick, Simon          4 12 f } Guselle, Joseph           12 12 f
Fitzpatrick, Wm.            4 12 f } Guthrie, John              1 88 f
Forget, Louis              16 12 f } Guthrie, Roger             1 88 f
Fournier, Benjamin, jun'r  11 14 f } Haggart, Wm.               1 85 h
Fournier, Benjamin, sen'r  11 14 f } Hamilton, James            2 12 f
Fournier, J. Bpte           9 12 f } Hark, Rob't               16 13 f
Fournier, Joseph           11 14 f } Hart, Charles             14 13 f
Fournier, Stephen           9 12 f } Hart, J.B.             pk lt 56 h
Fournier, Wm.               9 12 h } Hayes, John                6 15 f
Frith, Gordon, cabinetmaker 1 91 f } Hicks, Richard            1 103 f
Frechett, J.R.             tl 41 - } Hinds, Joseph, shoemaker  tl  3 f
Fraser, Fred, sen.          1 99 f } Hoare, Wm. lighthouse kpr pl  3 f
Fraser, Fred, jr.          1 102 f } Holt, Wm.                  2 97 h
Fraser, John               1 102 f } Hornsby, John, lumberer pt11 20 h
Fraser, Ronald              1 99 f } Hornsby, Wm.            pt11 28 h
French, George              2 76 f } Houle, Abraham            10 15 f
Gamelin, Edward, carpen-           } Hubert,Charles tlt S. Water St. 20 h
     ter                   pl 28 f } Hubert, Emanuel           15 10 f
Gauthier, Octave            8 12 f } Hubert, Joseph jr.        14 16 h
Ganton, John, turner        2 10 f } Hubert, Joseph, sen'r     15 14 f
Gibras, Rev. Lewis         20  8 f } Hutchinson, Joseph         2 97 f
Gibson, Wm.                 2 23 f } Jacobs, Francis            5 15 f
Gignac, Francis J., black-         } Jeffrey, Mrs. Edw. tl N Robt St. 25 f
   smith                   tl 27 f } Jeffrey, Fred. W., merchant,
Gignac, Ulrick             16 17 f }    tl N. Rob't St.           13 h
Gilmour, W.R., M.D., Pene-         } Jeffrey, Henry E., merchant,
   tanguishene                     }    tl N. Rob't St.            1 h
Gonnier, Xavier, Penetan-          } Jeroux, Camille           20 15 h
   guishene                        } Jervais, Moise            18 20 f
Grant, Angus                1 93 f } Johnston, Frank           11 14 h
Grant, Archibald, Penetan-         } Joli, Eli                 13 19 f
   guishene                        } Jordan, Samuel             2 11 f
Grant, George               2 12 f } Joyce, Lawrence            6  9 f
Grant, James                1 92 f } Junot, Joseph             14 19 h
Grant, John, lumberer       1 10 f } Jupp, Wm.                 1 104 f
Grant, John                 1 93 f } Kean, Fowlie & Co., lum-
Greer, John                12 16 f }    berers, Wabashene
Greer, Wm.                 10 13 f } Kemp, John                 7  9 h
Gregg, Edward               1 77 f } Kennedy, Gilbert, carpenter,
Gregg, John                 1 78 f }    Penetanguishene
Gredley, John, fisherman    p  6 f } Kennedy, Rev. J.P.      pk lt 4 f
Groudin, Henry              2 98 f } King, George              14 11 f
Groudin, Louis              2 98 f } King, Wm.                 14 11 f
Labessoniere, Francois     15 13 f } LeClere, Theodore          9 12 h
Labissoniere, F.           16 19 f } Leduc, Thomas             pl 29 f
Labissoniere, George       16 19 f } Lefevre, Eli              13 14 h
Labissonniere, W. Louis    17 22 f } Lefevre, Joseph           11 13 f
Lacalm, Wm.                15 16 f } Lefevre, Onezime          2 107 h
Lacoursier, Desire         16 16 f } Lefevre, Pierre           11 13 f
Lacoursier, Wm.            17 15 f } Legris, Gabriel            5 10 h
Lacroix, Jolin             16 16 f } Leonard, George            1 87 f
Lacroix, Henry             16 17 f } Leonard, John              1 87 f
Lacroix, Joseph            18 16 f } Leplume, Norbert          16 18 h
Lacroix, Peter             18 16 f } Leroy, Onezime            13 13 h
Lacroix, Wm.               17 16 f } L'Esperance, Hyacinthe    12 12 f
Ladoceur, Charles           2 16 f } Leveque, Clement          18  7 f
Ladoceur, Wm.              13 12 f } Leveque, Maxime           18  7 f
Lafitte, Antoine           19 16 f } Leveuer, D.               17 10 h
Laforge, Francis           16 14 f } Levrille, Joseph          10 11 h
Laforge, Joseph             9 14 f } Lebbron, Joseph            7 12 f
Laforge, Xavier            11 13 f } Lount, George, registrar  14 15 f
Lafreniere, Amabel         15 10 h } Lowrie, Richard            2 99 f
Lafrenier, Antoine         15 18 f } Lummins, John, miller      1 93 f
Lafrenier, Charles         18 19 h } McCaskey, ------           2 24 f
Lafreniere, Henry           5 13 h } McCaskey, Wm.              3 21 h
Lafreniere, Oliver         14 18 h } McCollum, Donald           1 23 f
Lafreniere, Ovid           13  7 h } McConnell, Robert         13 16 f
Lagos, B.                  16  5 f } McCormick, Patrick        1 103 f
Lahah, E.                  15 18 f } McDonald, Alex.            2 85 f
Lahall, Joseph             15 14 h } McDonald, Edw.            1 114 h
Lalonde, Ephriam           17  9 f } McDonald, Peter            1 97 f
Lalonde, Julien            17 14 f } McDonald, P.               1  9 h
Lalonde, Joseph             9 15 f } McDougall, Hugh            3 10 f
Lalonde, J.B.              13 13 h } McLean, Donald             1 24 f
Lamont, Evangelist         11 12 h } McLeod, Findley            1 26 f
Lamoroux, Alfred           14  9 h } McLeod, Norman             1 26 f
Lamoreux, Charles          15 15 f } McMurray, Lawrence        11 15 f
Langdon, W.                15 17 f } McRae, Alex.               2 23 f
Langdon, Wm. jun.          17 20 f } McRae, Christopher         3 23 f
Lanonette, Jeremiah        18  8 f } McRae, Daniel              3 22 f
Laponcey, Paul             13 10 f } McRae, Donald              2 23 f
Laprairie, David           18 17 h } McRae, Farquhar            5 16 f
Larmont, Almander          11 12 h } McRae, Murdoch             6 17 h
Larue, Felix               17 16 f } McRae, Nelson              1 90 f
Lalendresse, Francois      18 20 h } McTeague, Michael          6 10 f
Laurent, Antoine           17 18 f } Maille, Joseph            13 17 h
Lavecque, Charles          2 111 h } Mainprice, George          1 84 f
Lawrence, Thomas            1 82 f } Marcellis, Delacia         3 15 f
Leblanc, Narcisse          12 12 h } Marcellis, Marcus          3 15 f
Marcette, Cyrille          2 108 f } Phillips, John             5 16 f
Marchand, Louis            15 21 f } Plemes, James              1 93 f
Marchand, Louis            14 20 f } Picotte, Charles, teacher 15 18 f
Marchand, Zepherin         15 21 f } Pelson, Joseph, sen.      11 11 f
Marcheldon, Constant       16 15 f } Pilon, Joseph             10 11 f
Marcheldon, Constant       17 17 f } Piolt, P.                 14 14 f
Marcheldon, Louis          16 15 f } Pirreau, Austin           10 16 f
Marchildon, Amabel         28 23 f } Prentice, Solomon          1 77 f
Marchildon, Hector, sen.   15 15 f } Preston, James             2 95 f
Marchildon, Hector, jun.   15 11 f } Quesnell, J.B.            15 17 f
Marchildon, Joseph         17 17 f } Quesnelle, J.B. jr.       12 12 f
Marrieau, Disere           18 18 h } Quesnelle, John           16  5 f
Marrieau, J.B.             18 18 h } Quesnelle, S.             16  8 f
Martin, James               1 22 f } Quigley, James            1 102 f
Martin, Joseph             1 111 f } Quinlan, John              1 85 h
Maurice, Abraham           15 19 f } Quinland, Michael          1 93 f
Maurice, Joseph            14 19 h } Quinn, Denis              13 16 h
Maurice, Louis             17 17 f } Rankin, Charles            1 98 f
Magatte, Cyrille           16  6 f } Rankin, John               5 12 f
Messier, Charles           17  8 f } Reed, James                2 17 f
Messier, Louis             18  8 f } Reynolds, James            1 86 f
Messier, Joseph            18  8 f } Richardson, Patterson      3 22 f
Messier, Wm.               18  9 f } Richardson, Thos.          2 13 f
Miller, James B.            1 86 f } Richardson, Wm.            3 11 f
Miller, Philip              1 86 f } Riley, Patrick            10 14 f
Miller, Reuben              5 11 h } Roberts, Wm.              15 15 f
Monk, Alfred                4 20 h } Robillard, Desire         18 20 f
Moneau, Ferdinand          12 13 f } Robinson, Wm., innkeeper   1 84 f
Moodie, Hercule             1 79 f } Roebuck, Louis             6 14 f
Morreau, Hercule           13 12 h ) Roebuck, Martin            5 10 f
Morreau, Leon              10 11 f } Rogers, Lockhart           1  3 f
Morreau, Louis             11 11 h } Rondeau, Eugene           19 21 f
Morreau, Joseph            16 18 f } Rondeau, Louis            16 20 f
Morreau, Wm.               18 18 f } Rose, L.C.                1 100 f
O'Donnell, Wm.             1 107 f } Rowat, Alfred              2  9 f
Paget, John                 1 21 h } Rowat, Thos.               2 12 f
Pardie, Joseph             16 12 h } St. Arnaud, Joseph        16 18 h
Parker, Wm.                 2 93 f } St. Cartier, Pierre       16 12 h
Patnand, Joseph            20  7 f } St. Maur, Eugene          15 13 h
Payette, J.B.              16  6 f } St. Maur, H.              15 12 f
Payment, Joseph            16 16 f } Santimo, Benjamin         11 12 h
Payment, Eustache          18 24 f } Semple, Thos.              1 96 h 
Pelletier, Francis         10 17 f } Semple, Wm.               2 100 f
Pernell, Joseph             4 22 f } Simpson, James             1 10 f
Perreault, Charles         16 20 f } Simpson, Wm.               1  9 f
Perreault, Joseph          16 20 f } Simpson, George            2 77 f
Smith, Adam                1 101 f } Varty, John               2 104 f
Smith, Charles              1 83 h } Varty, Thos.              2 105 f
Smith, Matthew              2 96 f } Vent, Benj. N.            13 13 f
Stamps, John                1 80 h } Vent, James               13 16 f
Stamps, Marmaduke, con-            } Vent, John                13 16 f
    stable                  1 85 f } Vent, Neil                12 14 f
Steward, Joseph             2 98 h } Vent, Wm.                 11 12 f
Sylvester, A.              17 16 h } Wallace, John              1 85 f
Tellier, Pierre            17 18 h } Warwick, James             2 17 f
Teno, Louis                15 12 f } Wilson, Alex.              2 16 h
Terien, Alex.               8 14 f } Wilson, Andrew             2 16 h
Tessier, Samuel            16 11 f } Wilson, Wm.                1 76 f
Thompson, James A.         2 102 f } Wood, Joseph               7 10 h
Thorpe, James              14 10 f } Woods, Richard sen'r       5 14 f
Toutant, Gaspard           15 19 f } Woods, Richard jun'r       5 16 f
Toutant, J.B.              15 21 f } Wood, Wm.                  4 10 f
Train, David                1 79 f } Wright, Albert             3 12 f
Tripp, Charles              6 11 h } Wright, James              1 98 f
Trottier, Octave           15 19 f } Wright, John               3 12 f
Trottill, Francis          11 16 f } Wright, John               2 15 f
Truax, Isaac                1 82 f } Wright, John               2 14 f
Vaillantcourt, L.          14 11 h } Wright, Richard            2 13 f
Vaillantcourt, Joseph      14 11 h } Wynne, James              10 12 h
Vallard, Francis            9 15 f } Wynne, Thos.              10 12 f
Valle, Solomon             15 17 f } York, Henry                2 92 f
Varty, Henry               2 106 f }

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TECUMSETH

Post-Offices - Alliston, Clover Hill, Cookstown, Newton Robinson,
               Penville, Tecumseth, Thompsonville.

Abernethy, George           3 13 h } Agnew, Robert               1  8 f
Abernethy, John             7 18 f } Agnew, Samuel              13 11 h
Abernethy, Joseph           3 13 f } Alexander, Richard          1 10 f
Abernethy, Thomas           3 13 f } Allen, Alex.                5  5 h
Adams, Thomas B.            3  5 h } Allen, James               15 14 f
Agnew, John A.              1  7 f } Allen, James                5  5 h
Allen, John                 1 11 h } Bennett, Wm.                6  7 f
Allen, Joseph              13 14 h } Bingham, James             10 21 h
Allen, Richard              1 11 h } Blakely, Robt.             15  5 f
Allen, Samuel               1 11 h } Blakely, Thomas            15  8 f
Allen, Thomas              14 13 f } Bond, Jonathan              9 11 h
Alliston, James            14 12 h } Brady, James, shoemaker     1 24 f
Alliston, Oiver            14 13 h } Brammon, Charles            5 18 f
Alliston, Robert           o4 14 f } Brandon, Matthew           13 15 h
Anderson, James             5 11 h } Brawley, Charles            8 10 h
Anderson, Peter            12  1 f } Brawley, Francis,   black-
Armstrong, Andrew           4 16 h }    smith                    3  8 f
Armstrong, John            14 18 f } Brawley, Francis            1  7 f
Armstrong, William          7 17 f } Brawley, Wm.                1  7 f
Ashley, & Dickson, merch'ts 8 10 h } Bray, Richard              11  3 h
Atkinson, Jonathan          1  4 f } Bray, Robt. sen.           11  5 f
Atkinson, Thomas            3  3 f } Bray, Robt. jr.             1  7 f
Atkinson, Wm.               1  4 f } Brooks, George              6 22 f
Attridge, Alfred            1 21 f } Brooks, John J.             6 21 f
Ausman, Daniel              5 19 f } Broom, Charles              9 17 f
Ausman, John                5 19 f } Broomhead, John E.          2 19 f
Austin, Alex.               5  9 h } Brown, Caleb                1 19 h
Austin, David               2  4 f } Brown, Robt.                1  4 f
Austin, David               5 10 f } Brown, Samuel               1 10 f
Austin, James               6  7 h } Brown, Walter, innkeeper    1  4 h
Austin, James               5  9 h } Bryan, John                 1  1 f
Austin, Mrs.                5 10 h } Bryson, Niel, pumpmaker     5 19 f
Austin, John                3 10 f } Budres, Joseph, cooper      8 10 f
Averill, John              11 24 h } Burk, Patrick              11  2 f
Banting, Benj.              9 20 f } Burrell, Wm.                7 19 h
Banting, Charles            7 21 f } Butters, Richard         ]  6 22 f
Banting, John H.           12 17 h } Butters, Thos.           ]  6 22 f
Banting, Robert             7 22 h } Buyers, John               15  2 f
Banting, R.T.              15 22 f } Buyers, Wm.                15 33 f
Barridge, John             15  2 f } Byer, David                 9  5 f
Bateman, Joseph             2 20 f } Cahill, Edw.               10 20 f
Baycroft, Richard, weaver   9 18 f } Cain, Wm.                  14  8 f
Baycroft, Thos.             9 19 f } Calhoun, Robert             1 12 f
Beard, Michael              8 15 f } Calhoun, Wm.                6  4 f
Beard, Wm.                  8 16 f } Calhoun, Wm.                1 13 f
Beaty, James               14 20 f } Callaghan, Francis          4  3 f
Becket, Wm.                14 18 h } Callan, Peter               2 75 h
Bell, Edward                8 16 f } Campbell, James            14 17 h
Bell, John                  1  7 f } Campbell, John             14 17 f
Bell, Wm.                   8 20 h } Campbell, Matthew          14 19 f
Bennett, James              5  8 h } Campbell, Robt., carpenter 15 19 f
Bennett, Thomas             9  8 h } Carmichael, Daniel, teacher 4  5 f
Carmichael, Thos.           5 21 f } Cook, Francis               8  8 h
Carrigan, John              9 23 f } Coon, Miller                4 18 f
Carroll, John              13  1 f } Coon, Wm., sen.             3 17 f
Carroll, John             ] 5  1 f } Coon, Wm., jun.             3 18 f
Carroll, Philip           ] 5  1 f } Cooney, James               4  4 f
Carruthers, Benjamin        9  8 h } Cooper, Thos. J.            1  6 f
Carruthers, George          9  7 h } Cooper, James               1 16 h
Carruthers, James           4 12 h } Coover, Peter               1  9 f
Carson, John H., teacher    8 10 h } Cotton, Wm.                 7  5 h
Carruthers, Robt.           7 11 h } Courtney, John              1 12 f
Carswell, Andrew            9 22 f } Courtney, Manson         ] 13  9 h
Carswell, James             4 24 h } Courtney, Wm.            ] 13  9 h
Carswell, John              7 23 f } Cowan, Charles             15  2 h
Carter, Edward              3 22 h } Cowan, Hamilton             3  7 h
Carter, Wm.                 3 21 h } Cox, Benjamin               2 10 h
Carter, John H.             8 20 f } Craig, Peter                5 23 h
Carter, Joseph              8 23 f } Creaney, David           ]  8 24 h
Carter, Robt.               9 21 f } Creaney, James           ]  8 24 h
Carter, Thos.               8 23 f } Cross, Mrs.                 8 14 h
Carter, Wm.                 8 20 h } Cross, Wm.                  7  5 f
Casey, Owen                 3  4 f } Cross, Thos., J.P.          7 21 f
Cavana, Wm.                 8 11 f } Cummings, James, carpenter  7 21 h
Chantler, Jas., merchant    4 19 f } Curran, John             ]  6  5 h
Chantler, Wm.              10 23 f } Curran, Thos.            ]  6  5 h
Cheffey, Robt., M.D.       15 46 f } Dale, George                1 10 f
Christie, John             15 24 f } Dale, James                 2 13 f
Clark, George               7  9 f } Dale, John                  6 11 h
Clark, Henry                1 23 f } Dale, Lawrence              3 15 f
Clark, John                14  8 h } Dale, Wm., blacksmith       2 17 f
Clark, Samuel              13  3 h } Dale, Wm., blacksmith       3 15 f
Clark, Thos.                4 19 f } Dale, Wm.                   2 14 f
Clark, Thos.               13 11 f } Daly, George                1 19 h
Clement, Stephen, merchant 15 24 f } Daly, James                 6 10 h
Coburn, John               11 24 h } Davey, John                15 12 h
Coffey, Jane                4 21 f } Davis, Daniel               1 23 f
Coffey, Richard             5 22 f } Davis, Richard              5  8 f
Coffey, Wm. D.              4 22 f } Davis, Thomas               1 20 h
Colgan, John, sen.        ] 5  1 h } Davis, Wm.                  5  8 h
Colgan, Jno., jun., coop'r] 5  1 h } Davis, Wm., innkeeper      15 19 f
Collard, Clark, plasterer   4 11 f } Davison, George             6 20 h
Collard, Elijah             4 12 f } Dean, George                1 17 f
Collard, John               4 11 f } Dean, Henry H.              2 22 f
Colt, Samuel                6  9 h } Dean, Wm.                   1 17 f
Conklin, Andrew             8 10 h } Dennis, John              ] 
Connell, James              6 13 h } Dennis, Joseph            ] 1 14 h
Cook, Christopher, J.P.    14 24 f } Dennis, Wm.               ] 1 15 h
Dennis, Samuel, clothier    1 20 f } Ellison, Wm.                2  8 f
Devall, George           ] 15 20 h } English, John               7  1 h
Devall, John             ] 15 20 h } English, John            ] 11 10 f
Dickey, Wesley             10 24 h } English, Robt.           ] 11 10 f
Dillane, Charles            4 10 h } English, Wm.               12  6 f
Dillane, James              4 10 f } Ervin, James               12  7 f
Dillane, Michael, waggon           } Evans, Richard              7  4 f
   maker                   15 11 f } Evans, Walter               7  9 h
Dilmer, Peter               4  5 f } Farrell, Patrick            3  5 h
Dinwoody, George           15 18 f } Falkner, Wm., tailor        9 24 f
Dinwoody, James            15 21 f } Fenn, David                10 14 f
Dixon, Wm.                 11  7 f } Fenn, Thos.                10 14 f
Dobson, James              11 10 f } Fenn, Wm.                   8 10 h
Donald, Elijah             15 24 h } Fenton, W.R.                6 24 h
Dorsey, Benj.              10 12 h } Fergus, Samuel              1 24 f
Dorsey, John               10 13 h } Ferguson, Alex.             6 13 h
Dorsey, Wm.                12 14 f } Ferguson, Arthur            5 14 h
Douglas, Robt.              8 20 f } Ferguson, Andrew           12  4 f
Douglass, Samuel            6  4 f } Ferguson, Isaac            12 24 f
Drennan, Wm.               14  8 f } Ferguson, Jeremiah         12  4 f
Dowling, Wm. J., weaver     1 10 f } Ferguson, John             12 13 f
Downey, James               7 15 f } Ferguson, John              2 24 f
Doyle, Bernard, blacksmith  5  1 f } Ferguson, Robt., carpenter  8 10 f
Doyle, Bernard              1 18 f } Ferguson, T.R., M.P.P.     11 15 f
Doyle, Henry                3 23 h } Ferris, Wm. C.              7 20 f
Doyle, Jacob                3 24 h } Feuer, James                1 19 h
Doyle, Wm.                  3 23 h } Fields, John                8 10 f
Doyle, John                 1 15 f } Fields, Wm.                15  1 f
Doyle, Joseph               1 18 f } Fildey, Enos.              13 21 f
Doyle, Mrs.                 2 14 h } Fildey, George             13 18 h
Duff, John                 11  3 f } Fildey, Job                13 21 f
Dunham, John, carpenter     5 19 f } Finley, James               6 13 h
Dunham, Phipps              3 10 f } Fisher, George             12 23 f
Dunham, Richard             8 13 f } Fisher, Thomas             13 12 f
Dunn, Francis, carpenter    8 10 f } Flatt, David                5 14 f
Duvall, John               10 22 h } Flatt, James                2 13 f
Eagan, James                3  4 h } Flatt, James                4 19 h
Eagan, John                15  2 f } Flatt, Jonathan             3 13 h
Eagan, Thos.                3  4 f } Flatt, Nathaniel           11 10 h
Eagan, Wm.                  2  4 f } Fleming, James              5 24 h
Eazley, James               9 12 f } Fleming, John               3 10 f
Edwards, Charles           11  8 h } Fleming, Thomas             2 10 f
Edwards, Wm., innkeeper    15  9 f } Fletcher, George           15  2 f
Ellis, James              ] 5 15 f } Flynn, John                10 18 f
Ellis, Thos.              ] 5 15 f } Foot, John                 11 18 h
Ellison, Daniel             5 17 f } Forsyth, Truman             7  9 -
Foster, John               15  5 f } Hammill, Robt., blacksmith  8  9 f
Foy, Patrick, innkeeper    15  1 f } Hammill, Thos.              6  3 f
Fraser, Ebenezer           12 22 f } Hammill, Wm.                8  5 f
French & Matchett, shingle         } Hammill, William            9 11 h
    makers                  8 10 f } Hammill, William H.         9  4 f
Fry, Henry, painter         8 10 f } Hampton, Thomas W.          4 15 h
Gamble, Thomas, J.P.        2 20 f } Hand, Wm. C., innkeeper    15  2 f
Gaviller, Alex., J.P.       6 21 f } Hannah, George              3 11 f
Gaviller, Mrs. A.           7 19 h } Hannah, Robert             13 13 f
Gaviller, Thomas            6 15 f } Hannen, Daniel              4  6 h
Gilchrist, James            3 10 f } Harding, John              12 10 f
Gilheeny, John             10 22 f } Harper, Henry              15 24 h
Gilroy, Aaron               9 23 h } Harrison, John D.           8  9 f
Gilroy, John               14  9 f } Hastings, Richard           1 10 h
Gilroy, Samuel             14 17 f } Hayden, Edward             14  4 f
Gilvray, Thos.             10 23 h } Haydon, John                7 23 h
Goodwin, Matthew           14 21 f } Haydon, Timothy            15  7 f
Gragg, Robert, innkeeper   15 24 h } Hays, George                5 11 f
Graham, Edward           ] 13 23 f } Havelock, Thomas, waggon-
Graham, Henry            ] 13 23 f }     maker                   4 15 h
Graham, Hugh                1  9 h } Headon, Robert              5  2 h
Graham, John, blacksmith   15 10 f } Heuchan, David and Jas.     8  3 h
Graham, John               14 14 f } Henry, Connor               7  6 h
Graham, Robt.            ] 14 19 f } Henry, John                11  4 h
Graham, Geo.             ] 14 19 f } Hessey, William             8 18 h
Graham, Wm.                14 16 f } Hill, Edward                4 16 f
Greenaway, Jno., blacksm'h  4  6 f } Hill, John                  6 18 f
Greenaway, Noble            4  6 f } Hill, Jonathan              6 19 f
Greenaway, Thos.            4  5 h } Hill, Richard               5 20 f
Gugins, Daniel             11 13 f } Hill, Robert                8  8 f
Gumberson, Robt.            7 24 f } Hill, William R.            8  8 f
Gwiley, Robt.               5 18 h } Hipwell, A.N., merchant     4  5 f
Hails, James               13  6 f } Hipwell, James             13 16 f
Hails, John                13  5 f } Hipwell, Jos., P.M. mercht 10 14 f
Hall, Henry                 8 10 f } Hodgson, Thos.,  pump-
Hall, Wm.                   8 10 f }    maker                   15  2 h
Hamer, David             ]  6 24 f } Hogan, James               15  2 f
Hamer, Thos.             ]  6 24 f } Hollingshead, George J.P.   4 12 f
Hamilton, Archy            13  4 f } Hollingshead, Joseph        4 13 h
Hamilton, Chas., saddler   15 24 h } Homer, John                14  9 f
Hamilton, James            11  2 f } Hoover, John                9 13 h
Hamilton, John             11  2 f } Hopper, Robt.               4 22 h
Hamilton, Wm.              11  1 f } Howard, Allen               5 13 f
Hammill, Francis, blksmith  8  9 f } Hudson, Hannah, innkeeper  10 24 f
Hammill, Henry              5  4 f } Hughes, Patrick          ]  3  2 h
Hammill, James              8  6 f } Hughes, Thos.            ]  3  2 h
Hughes, Thos.               3  2 f } Kirk, Mary                  8 10 f
Hutton, Alex.               4 14 f } Kitely, Henry               4 20 f
Irwin, George               3 20 h } Kyle, David, merchant      14 26 f
Irwin, George               8 10 f } Landon, R.                  1 21 f
Irwin, George              10 10 h } Latimer, John              15  4 f
Irwin, John, carpenter      8 10 f } Law, Eli                   20 24 h
Irwin, Robt.               10 12 h } Law, James, J.P.           10 23 f
Jebb, Barry                13 24 f } Law, Levi                  11 24 h
Jebb, Charles              12 24 h } Lawrey, Joseph              1  6 f
Jebb, George               14 24 f } Lowrey, Robt't M.           2  4 f
Jemmerson, Alex., pedlar    4 19 h } Leaf, Rebecca               1 24 f
Johnston, Joseph           13  1 h } Leathwood, Henry            1 10 f
Johnston, Robt.             9 12 h } Ledgerwood, H., carpenter   3 10 f
Jones, D.A., merch't      ] 8 10 f } Leeson, Catharine          10 24 f
Jones, Lyman, merch't     ] 8 10 f } Lewis, John                 1 20 f
Jones, John                 6 15 h } Lilly, Alex.                9 10 f
Jones, Wm.                  5 18 h } Lilly, Alex.                9  8 f
Jones, Wm.                  7 18 f } Lilly, Dortha               9  9 f
Kane, Thos. sen.          ] 5  3 h } Logan, George               2 21 f
Kane, Thos. jr.           ] 5  3 h } Logan, John                 2  9 h
Keerns, John                3  6 f } Logan, Robert               2  9 h
Kearns, Michael             6  3 h } Long, Alfred                9 23 f
Kearns, Timothy             3  6 f } Long, Samuel              ] 8 22 f
Keenah, James               2  4 f } Long, Wesley              ] 8 22 f
Keena, Thos.                1  3 f } Long, Wm., miller          11 11 f
Kelly, Patrick D., merc't  15  2 h } Lowrey, James, blacksmith   8 10 f
Keogh, Andrew               7  1 f } Lynch, Patrick             13  1 f
Keogh, Patrick              6  2 h } Lyons, William              6  1 h
Keogh, Peter, jr.           7  2 h } McAdam, John                7  6 f
Kearns, Alec.               6  6 f } McAdam, William             7  7 f
Kearns, Rob't               1  9 h } McCabe, Paul               11  1 f
Kearns, Wm.                 7 12 h } McCabe, Paul                2  3 h
Kidd, Joseph C.            14 23 f } McCarty, Chauncey           7  1 h
Kidd, Wm., jr., wagonmaker 15 24 f } MCCarty, William            7  1 f
King, Henry                 1  9 h } McCarty, David              4  2 h
King, James, jr.            2 11 f } McCarty, Francis            8  1 h
King, James, sen.           3 11 f } McCarty, Perry, J.P.        7  2 f
King, John                  3 11 f } MCCarty, William            9 24 f
King, John jr.              4 20 h } McCormick, John            11 12 f
King, Wm.                   2 11 h } McCurdy, James              5 13 f
Kinter, Charles            14 11 f } McDermott, James            5 18 f
Kinter, Wm.                11  7 f } McDermott, John, carpen-
Kinney, Joel                1 20 h }    ter                      3 10 f
Kinsey, Abel, cabinetmkr   15 12 f } McDermott, Margaret         6 18 h
Kinsey, Stechen             9 22 h } McDermott, Joseph           7 14 h
Kirby, Nathaniel           13  7 f } McDermott, Wm.              7 14 f
McDonough, Wm.              8  4 f } Martin, James               6  8 h
McFadden, Alex. sen.     ] 13 18 f } Martin, Robt., innkeeper    3  5 f
McFadden, Alex. jr.      ] 13 18 f } Martin, Robt.               7  8 h
McFadden, George           14 17 h } Martin, Wm. jr.             6  8 h
McFadden, James            13 17 f } Martin, Matthew            10  4 f
McFadden, John             12  7 f } Matchett, John              6  7 f
McFadden, John,   carpen-          } Manglin, John               1  4 h
   ter                     13 18 h } Maynard, Alf., blacksmith  13  9 h
McFadden, John C.          18 19 f } Metcalf, Thos.              1 21 f
McFadden, Johnston         18 17 f } Miller, Geo.                7 10 f
McFadden, Richard          12 18 f } Miller, John               12  5 f
McFadden, Wm.              14  6 f } Miller, Robt. J.           13  4 f
McGeary, John, innkeeper   13  9 f } Milligan, James             3  9 f
McGeoy, James               2  2 f } Milligan, John              5 16 f
McGeoy, Patrick             1  2 f } Milligan, Joseph            5 16 f
McGeoy, Thos., teacher      1  1 f } Milligan, John             13 18 f
McGinnis, Wm.               8 10 f } Mills, Jesse, shoemaker     3 18 f
McGirr, Joseph, jr.         3 16 h } Mills, John, J.P.           4 21 f
McGloan, Bryan              3  2 f } Mills, Thos.                3 16 h
McGowan, Joseph             5 21 h } Mitchell, Henry             8  6 h
McGurn, Thos               11  4 h } Mitchell, James           ] 5  6 h
McIvor, Charles, carpenter  7  9 f } Mitchell, Robt.           ] 5  6 h
McKee, Alex.               13 14 f } Mitchell, John              6  8 h
McKenzie, --------          8 10 h } Mitchell, Robt., carpenter  9  6 f
McKenzie, John, sen.      ] 7 11 h } Mitchell, Thos.             6 11 f
McKenzie, John, jr.       ] 7 11 h } Mitchell, Timothy          11 12 f
McKindley, James           14  5 f } Montgomery, Wm.,   shoe-
McKnight, Wm.              14  5 f }    maker                   15 24 f
McLaughlin, Julia           3  3 f } Moore, Hugh                 8 19 f
McLean, Geo.               11 23 f } Moore, James                8 19 f
McLean, John               11 24 f } Moore, Wm.                  9 22 f
McLean, John               15 13 f } Morris, Edward              4  8 h
McLean, John                5 20 f } Morris, Richard             7  5 f
McLean, Robert             15 19 f } Morrison, Wm.              14  1 f
McLean, Wm.                15 12 f } Morrow, James E.            6  1 f
McLelland, David           11 17 f } Morrow, Nicholas            6  2 f
McMahon, Hugh               2  5 f } Morrow, Thos.               6  3 f
McMahon, John               4  3 f } Mossop, Thos.               3  9 f
McMahon, Patrick            4  2 h } Mousbridge, Henry          12 24 h
McManus, John               2 24 f } Mullen, James               7  8 h
McMinn, Isaac, jr.          8 18 h } Murray, Alex.               6  9 f
McMinn, Samuel              5 18 f } Murray, James, sawyer      12  7 h
Manning, James              5 24 f } Murray, Joseph             12  7 h
Manning, James, jun.        2 22 h } Mustard, James              7 10 f
Martin, Alex.               4  9 f } Newberry, Rob't             5 18 f
Martin, Andrew              5 10 f } Newburn, James             10 20 f
Nevils, George             13 22 f } Platt, John, carpenter     10 24 f
Nicol, David               13  4 f } Pool, Wm., sen'r            1  8 f
Nicol, John                15 10 f } Pool, Wm., jun'r            1  8 f
Nixon, Allan, jr.          13 22 f } Pool, Wm.                  15 18 f
Nixon, Allan, sen.         13 22 f } Potter, James               1  2 f
Nixon, Rob't               13 20 f } Potter, John, tanner        2  4 f
Nolan, George A., J.P.,            } Potter, Wm. jr.             2  1 h
   miller                   3  5 f } Prest, John, jun'r          1  5 h
Nolan, Henry                3  5 f } Prest, Thomas               1  5 h
Nolan, John                10 10 f } Proctor, Enoch             10 09 f
Nowlen, James              10 21 h } Proctor, John, saddler     15 24 f
O'Brien, John              13  9 h } Ramer, David                7  9 f
O'Brien, John               1 15 h } Ramsey, Thos.               6 17 h
O'Brien, Wm., innkeeper     3  6 f } Ramsay, Wm.                 9 16 f
O'Hara, John                9 19 h } Ramsey, John               13 20 f
O'Leary, David              3  1 h } Rancy, John                13 13 h
O'Leary, John               3  1 f } Reid, Arthur, wagonmaker   11 14 f
O'Leary, Patrick            4  1 h } Reid, Walter               15  1 f
Owens, Isaac, cooper        8 10 f } Reynolds, James            13 15 f
Owen, Edward                4 22 f } Reynolds, John, jun'r      13 14 h
Palmer, John                1 13 f } Reynolds, Thos.            12 14 h
Palmer, Richard             1 14 f } Reynolds, Wm.              10 17 f
Parker, Thos.               9 17 f } Reynolds, Wm.               4 17 h
Parson, Wm.                13  5 f } Richardson, Hugh            4 22 f
Pascoe, Thos. W., pumpmkr  15 24 h } Richardson, John, jun.      8  5 h
Patterson, John            14 21 f } Riddle, David              14  6 h
Patterson, Thos.           14 23 h } Riddle, James               7 10 f
Patton, Wm.                 8 10 f } Riley, Michael              2 15 f
Patton, Wm.                14 17 f } Riley, Thomas              12  1 f
Paul, John Wm.              7 17 f } Riley, Wm.                 10 17 f
Pearcy, Gilbert             2 10 h } Ritchey, Edw., P.M. mercht 15 18 f
Pearson, Joseph           ] 5  7 f } Robins, Henry               8 10 h
Pearson, Wilson           ] 5  7 f } Robinson, John           ] 11 23 f
Penfield, Adney             4 17 f } Robinson, Thos.          ] 11 23 f
Penfield, Albert, innkeeper 4 19 f } Robinson, Robt.             6  8 f
Penfield, Lloyd             4 18 f } Robinson, Samuel            7 13 f
Phillips, Abraham          10  6 f } Robinson, Thos              7 13 f
Phillips, Andrew           10  6 f } Robinson, Wm.               2 16 f
Phillips, Isaac and Jesse  13 10 h } Robinson, Wm.              14 16 f
Phillips, Samuel            1 22 h } Robson, John               12 10 f
Phillips, Thos., J.P.       5 21 f } Roe, Joseph                 1 17 h
Phillips, Warren           12 12 h } Roe, Thos.                  2 17 h
Phillips, Wm.               5 24 f } Rogers, Geo.                8 10 f
Pinkerton, James            1 13 f } Rogers, Isaac               2 20 f
Pinkerton, Joseph           8 10 h } Rogers, James               2 12 f
Pirrani, Mrs.               7 19 f } Rogers, Levi                2 12 f
Rogers, Seth                4 16 h } Somerville, Mrs.            8 10 f
Rogers, Stephen             2 18 f } Souls, Thos. H.             6 21 f
Rogers, Thos.               3 11 f } Spear, James                3 20 h
Rogers, Thomas B.           2 14 f } Spillet, Richard           10 21 h
Rolston, Peter             14 12 f } Spring, William             2 23 h
Root, Geo.                  9 11 f } Sprole, Robert, sawyer      7 10 h
Root, Robert                8 10 h } Sprole, William            13 14 h
Root, Wm.                   8  9 f } Spurway, Thomas            11  5 f
Rose, Isaac                 7 24 f } St. John, Thomas           12 10 h
Ross, Daniel             ] 14 20 f } Steel, James                8  2 h
Ross, John, J.P.         ] 14 20 f } Steel, William              8  2 h
Ross, George                7 13 h } Stephens, Alex.             3  7 f
Rout, Ebenezer              1 24 h } Stephens, Alfred O.         7  9 f
Royson, Jos., merchant     15  1 f } Stephens, Charles N.        7 12 h
Ryan, James                 2 18 f } Stephens, F.S., J.P.        8 12 f
Ryan, James and Patrick     2  3 h } Stephenson, Alex.           8 17 f
Ryan, Patrick               1 15 f } Stephenson, James         ] 3 16 h
Sanford, Wm. H., merchant   3  9 f } Stephenson, William       ] 3 16 h
Scanlon, James, innkeeper   6  5 f } Stephenson, John           11  3 f
Schmietendorf, John,               } Stephenson, W.              7 10 h
   merchant                13  9 f } Stewart, Alex.              6 10 f
Scholfield, T.C., M.D.      6 24 f } Stewart, Edwin              7 12 h
Schoolcraft, Mrs., innk'per 8 10 f } Stewart, Garrard, jr.       7  9 f
Schonney, Thos.            10 19 h } Stewart, James             13 12 h
Scott, Charles             11  6 f } Stewart, John              14 14 f
Scott, David               14  6 f } Stewart, Robert G.          6 10 f
Scott, Robt.               14 10 h } Stone, Henry                3  6 h
Seberry, Ann               14 15 f } Stone, Isaac                4 19 f
Semple, Hugh                4  7 f } Stone, Joseph               4 20 h
Semple, John                7  7 f } Strachan, John, shoemaker  15  5 f
Sharp, Wm., shoemaker       3  6 f } Strangway, Fred, J.P.       5 17 f
Shields, Francis, drover    4  6 f } Strong, J.G.,  merchant    15 24 h
Silvester, Henry, merchant  8 10 f } Strongman, Arthur        ] 12  5 h
Sinclair, Peter             6 23 h } Strongman, Francis       ] 12  5 h
Skelly, Barnard             2  1 f } Strongman, Wm., teacher    11  8 f
Skelly, Patrick             6  6 f } Sutherland, Alex.           7 20 f
Skelly, Thos.               1  1 f } Sutherland, G.             15  2 h
Sloan, James                1 14 h } Sydie, Alex., blacksmith    5 19 f
Smart, Adam                 8 10 f } Sydie, John, saddler        3  5 f
Smart, George               7  9 f } Tackaberry, J.G., sawyer   12  3 f
Smart, Wm.                  8 11 h } Tait, Wm.                  15 24 h
Smith, Hugh and James       6 11 f } Tegart, George              4  8 h
Smith, John, sawyer         8 10 f } Tegart, James               4  8 f
Smith, Samuel               8 15 h } Tench, Edwin                9 12 f
Smith, Thos. W., innkeeper  5 18 h } Thomas, A.                 12  6 h
Snowdon, Thos.              1 10 f } Thompson, James            12  8 f
Thompson, Joseph            4 23 f } Welsh, John                 2 24 h
Thompson, Martin, miller   13  9 f } welsh, Patrick              1 15 f
Thompson, Thos., jr.        4 23 h } West, J.                    4 18 f
Thompson, Wm.               6 18 h } Whitelock, Francis          1 21 f
Thompson, Wm.               1 23 h } Whiteside, W.N., M.D.       8 10 f
Tickner, Wm.               12  7 h } Williams, Henry             3 14 f
Tilson, Richard            14 11 h } Williams, Isaac             5 14 f
Timmons, John               9  7 h } Williams, John              5 12 f
Tormey, Denis               2 18 f } Williams, Thos. E.          2  7 f
Totten, Alex.               3  6 f } Williams, Thos.             4  1 f
Totten, Wm., sawyer         5 16 h } Williamson, John           10 11 f
Tracy, George               1 21 h } Willoughby, Henry jr.       8 24 h
Tracy, John                 2  3 h } Willoughby, John            7 22 f
Tracy, Richard              1 16 h } Willoughby, Nicholas        8 17 f
Tain, Wm., sawyer          12  7 f } Willoughby, Wm.             7 14 f
Turner, Edw., merchant      4 19 f } Wilson, Alex.              12 12 f
Vincent, Daniel, teacher    1 21 f } Wilson, Alex.               4  5 h
Walker, James               3 22 f } Wilson, Charles jr.         4 33 h
Walker, Wm.                 3 21 f } Wilson, James, carpenter  ] 2  8 h
Walker, John jr.           14 15 h } Wilson, John, carpenter   ] 2  8 h
Walker, Joseph              9 24 h } Wilson, John, merchant      3  5 f
Walker, J.D., merchant      3  5 f } Wilson, Richard            13  7 h
Walker, Oliver              9 21 h } Winans, Jacob               5 21 h
Walker, Samuel              3 22 f } Wood, Isaac                 1 11 h
Walker, Wm. and George      2 21 h } Wood, Wm.                  11 10 f
Walker, William             1 54 f } Wood, Wm.                   5  6 h
Walls, Hannah               3 14 f } Woolcock, John              8 21 f
Walls, Joseph               5 16 f } Wray, Benjamin              3 18 f
Walls, Thomas               2  7 f } Wray, Eli                 ] 2 17 f
Wallwin, Edwin              2  7 f } Wray, Silas               ] 2 17 f
Ward, Samuel              ] 6 16 h } Wray, Middleton             1 22 f
Ward, Thos.               ] 6 16 h } Wright, Francis            12  9 h
Washburn, ------            7 18 h } Wright, Henry               7  1 f
Watson, Charles             6  4 f } Wright, Wm.                12 17 f
Watt, Robt.                 7  8 h } Wright, Wm.                 7 16
Welsh, James                4 24 f } Wright, Wm.                 1  9
Welsh, John                11 21 f }

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POST-OFFICES -- Airley Everett, Glencairn.

Allen, John                 3  4 f } Coyle, Francis              6  6 f
Allen, Robt.                1 13 f } Coyle, John                 6  7 f
Allen, Thos.                4  7 f } Coyle, Michael              6  6 f
Ames, John                  2  7 f } Craig, Arch.                1 12 f
Ames, Paul C.               2  1 f } Crosbie, John               3 27 f
Archer, John, miller        6  2 h } Crosbie, Thos., sen.        7 15 f
Armstrong, Michael          1  4 f } Crosbie, Thos,. jun.        3 26 f
Armstrong, Robt.            1  4 f } Crosson, Joseph             2 19 f
Arnold, Colwell             1 30 f } Cumberland, John            1 25 f
Austin, J.                  3 12 f } Cumming, Geo.               2  7 f
Babcock, John               6  5 f } Davidson, John              5 16 f
Baycroft, Henry             6  9 f } Dickinson, Thos. H.         4 11 f
Beaty, Thos.                3 27 f } Dixon, Robert               2 26 f
Bellamy, Wm., jr.           5  8 h } Donnelly, Hugh              5  1 f
Bellamy, Wm., sen.          4 11 f } Donelly, Thos.              5  3 f
Beswitherick, Wm.           2 28 f } Dunlop, Matthew             3  3 f
Beyer, Julius               3 26 f } Dwyer, James                5  6 f
Black, John                 6 14 f } Elsay, Henry                1 21 f
Black, Wm.                  7 14 f } Fisher, John                7 10 f
Boyle, Wm.                  2 11 f } Fletcher, John              7  2 f
Bradley, Levi, jr.          1 27 f } Fletcher, Robt.             4  4 f
Brett, Henry, sen.          6  1 f } Foley, James                3  1 f
Brett, Henry, jun.          4  4 f } Foley, Patrick              4  1 f
Brett, James                4  5 f } Frame, J.F.                 4 30 f
Brown, John                 1  1 f } Gaghan, Peter               5  3 f
Campbell, David             1 31 f } Gallagher, David            2 19 f
Carson, Wm. J.              1 29 f } Gallagher, John             2 19 f
Chapman, Charles            1 29 f } Gallagher, John             2 10 f
Cherry, Abel                1 32 h } Gallagher, Robert           1 10 f
Cherry, Wm.                 1 28 f } Gallagher, William          2  8 f
Church, Seth                4 26 h } Gallagher, Wm.              2 18 f
Coburn, Joseph              7  7 f } Gallagher, Wm.              3  8 h
Coburn, John jr.            7  6 f } Gauley, Andrew              7 16 f
Coburn, Sidman              7  6 f } Gillespie, Owen             5 11 f
Connor, Patrick             5  5 f } Gilmore, Henry              1  3 f
Conroy, Andrew              4  3 f } Gilmore, James              1  2 f
Coulter, Wm.                1 31 f } Gordon, Thomas, merchant    1 10 f
Graham, John                7  9 f } Lyons, John                 7  4 h
Graham, Robert              1 32 h } Lyons, Thos.                6  3 h
Graham, Samuel              6  9 f } Lytle, James                2  9 f
Graham, William             7  9 f } McBride, James              2 31 f
Granger, William            2 31 f } McBride, Wm.                7 13 f
Grieves, William, innkeeper 2 33 f } McAllum, Duncan,  tavern-
Gugins, Joseph              4  2 f }    keeper                   1  1 h
Hall, Isaac                 6 12 f } McCabe, Peter               4  1 h
Hall, William W., bl'ksmith 7 11 f } McCracken, Robt.            3  5 f
Hancey, George              7  4 f } McCracken, Wm.              1  1 f
Hancy, John, sen.           7  5 f } McCreary, Isaac             2  4 f
Hancy, John, jun.           7  5 f } McCrea, Andrew              5 15 f
Handy, Benjamin             2 29 f } McDonagh, Wm. P.            5  9 f
Hay, Wm.                    3 28 f } McDonald, John              1 21 f
Henderson, Geo.             1 11 f } McDowell, Robt.             4  5 f
Henderson, Samuel           2 11 f } McGirr, George              7  2 f
Heslip, Samuel              3  1 f } McGregor, John              3  9 f
Hoey, John                  5  4 f } McGregor, Malcolm           5  6 f
Hoffman, Wm.                7  2 h } McGregor, Robt.             4 10 f
Hussey, James               6  4 h } McIntosh, Peter             2 14 f
Irwin, Henry                4  2 h } McKelligan, James           3 27 f
Irwin, Michael              2 25 f } McKeon, Michael             6  6 f
Jenkins, James              2 10 f } McKeon, Patrick             6  6 f
Jenkins, John               2 10 f } McKinley, Robt.             2 24 f
Jenkins, Simpson            2  5 f } McLaren, Duncan             3  7 f
Jennings, Thos.             2 10 f } McLeod, Thos.               7  1 h
Johnson, Joseph             6  3 f } McMaire, Chas,, s. teacher  7  8 h
Jones, Clarkson             6 25 f } McMulkin, Francis           8 19 f
Kelly, James                7 12 f } McMulkin, John              6  1 f
Kelly, Wm.                  3 31 f } McMullen, Wm.               1 19 f
Kidd, Henry                 1 23 f } Madill, David               2 30 f
Kidd, Jos.                  2 23 f } Madill, James               2 30 f
Kidd, John                  1 23 f } Magill, Copeland            1  8 f
Kidd, Jos.                  1 22 f } Magill, James               3 10 f
Killacky, Robt., weaver     6  4 h } Magill, John                1  7 f
Latimes, Thos.              7 10 f } Magill, John                1 26 f
Latimes, Thos. jun.         5 11 f } Magill, Wm.                 4 25 f
Latimer, Wm.                6 16 f } Maginnis, Hugh              6  8 f
Lawry, John                 7  1 f } Maginnis, George            6  8 f
Learing, James              7 14 f } Martin, James               2  4 f
Lee, Geo. B., innkeeper     1 25 f } Mason, Robt.                4 26 f
Lee, John                   2  1 f } Maxwell, Wm.                1 31 f
Leggat, Benjamin            1 10 f } Mills, James                2 24 f
Leslie, James               2 20 h } Mills, Wm.                  2 24 f
Ludlow, Richard             6 11 h } Mitchell, Robt.             1  9 h
Lundy, Nathaniel            3 30 f } Mitchell, Wm.               6 15 f
Moore, Andrew               5  8 f } Sanford, Yale & Co., lumber
Moore, James                2 23 f }    merchants                4 26 f
Morris, Elisa J.            1 24 f } Sargeant, George            2  5 f
Morrison, John              1  1 f } Sawyer, Robert              2 29 h
Morrow, Wm.                 2 31 f } Shepherd, George            5  2 f
Mullen, Francis             6 11 f } Shepherd, William           6  2 f
Mullen, Francis             6  7 f ) Smith, Dobbie & Co.         2 27 f
Mullen, John                5 10 f } Smith, John                 4 17 h
Murphy, Andrew              2  2 f } Smith, Thomas               1  2 f
Murphy, Edward, sen'r       2  2 f } Smith, Thomas               1 28 f
Murphy, Edward, jun'r       3  3 f } Snell, Joseph               3  9 f
Murphy, James               3  3 f } Spaulding, Sawyer & Co.
Murphy, Mrs. Ann            7  5 h }    lumber merchants         7 17 f
Murphy, Robt.               2  3 f } Stephens, M.N.              1 33 f
Neagle, John                5  1 f } Stephens, Wm. F.            3  3 f
Nicol, David                6  2 f } Stevenson, Andrew           1 30 f
O'Hearne, Edmund            5  2 f } Stewart, John               2 28 f
Parker, John A.             5 14 f } Stewart, Martha             3 29 f
Paddison, Albert            3 26 f } Sullivan, Joseph            3 30 f
Patterson, John             6  3 - } Thomas, William             3 30 f
Patton, Joseph              2  9 f } Thompson, Andrew            2  6 f
Peacock, George             3 11 f } Thompson, William           3  5 f
Peelar, Charles             1 20 h } Trimble, Robert             2 22 f
Pettigrew, Henry            6  7 f } Walker, John R.             7  3 h
Pulford, Joseph             3 11 h ) Wall, William               4  8 h
Quirke, John                6  1 f } Walsh, Thomas               7 16 f
Rae, John                   4 13 f } Wanles, Andrew              4 11 f
Reid, Gilbert               2 26 f } Werhervelt, Jeremiah        1 29 h
Reid, John, sen'r           7  8 f } Wilson, Charles             3  8 h
Richey, David               1 27 f } Wilson, James               2 28 f
Robb, Thos.                 4 26 f } Wilson, James               1 30 f
Robins, Wm.                 2 30 f } Wilson, John                4 30 f
Rusk, Wm.                   4  3 f } Wilson, William             1 25 h
Ruthven, George             7 11 f } Wilson, William J.          1 12 f
Ruthven, George             2 26 f } Woolcock, Francis M.        7 11 h

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N.B. - The distinction f and h is not used in the Assessment-Roll
       of this Township.

POST-OFFICES - Barrie, Dalston, Midhurst.

Ambler, Thos.                1  5 } Brown, Robert                9 19
Adams, Thos.                 8  2 } Brown, Robert                9  3
Appleby, Guy                 1 24 } Burrows, Richard             9  9
Armstrong, Thos.            10  5 } Byrnes, James                5 18
Armstrong, Wm.              11  5 } Byrnes, Mrs. Jane            5 21
Ashdown, John                8  4 } Byrnes, Miles                5 18
Baker, Emanuel              10 19 } Byrnes, Simon                9 13
Barratt, Wm.                 2 28 } Cameron, Angus              14  8
Barrie, John                 5 21 } Cameron, Donald              8 14
Bauldry, Leonard             4  5 } Cameron, George              8 17
Bauldry, Samuel              4  5 } Cameron, James               8 13
Beck, James                  ? 14 } Cameron, John               10 17
Beers, Witney                5 20 } Cameron, Kenneth             7 17
Beeton, James                2 40 } Cameron, Lachlin             8 13
Bell, F.                    14  2 } Campbell, James             21 17
Beeton, Walter G.            2 39 } Campbell, John               6 20
Benson, John                 2 23 } Campbell, John jun.          6 20
Benson, John jr.             3 24 } Campbell, John               9  3
Bingham, John                4 18 } Campbell, John              12  2
Bishop, Wm.                 10 10 } Campbell, William            1 26
Blain, Joseph                3 21 } Carson, Joseph               6 17
Blain, Thos.                 3 21 } Carson, Robert               6  8
Bolton, Richard              1 29 } Carson, Wm.                  6 18
Bond, Wm.                    2 22 } Casey, Michael               4  1
Bouney, George               1 19 } Casey, Thos.                 4  2
Bowers, Wm.                 10 12 } Caston, Aaron                1 40
Bowman, Andrew               3 15 } Castin, Marmaduke            1 40
Bowmman, John                3 15 } Cave, Edward                 1 11
Boys, William                5 21 } Chapell, Thos.               9  8
Bremner, William            12  3 } Chassion, Thos. F.          14 13
Brett, John                  2 27 } Clark, Allister M.          10 04
Brett, Thomas                3 11 } Clark, Geo.                  1 17
Brookman, William           12  1 } Clark, James                 5  3
Brown, C.                    1 24 } Cluff, John G.               6  1
Brown, Emanuel               1 20 } Cole, George                10  4
Brown, James                11  2 } Cooper, Alex.               13  8
Brown, Richard               1 20 } Cooper, Robert              14  2
Couplain, John               9 18 } Dunsmore, Thos.              1  4
Coutts, Duncan               2 20 } Dutcher, Samuel              3 14
Crawford, James              9  5 } Dwyer, Edward                4 10
Creswick, Alex. jun.         5 21 } Dwyer, Thos.                13  2
Cronin, Thos.                7  9 } Dyment, N.                   5 12
Cronin, Thos.                6 12 } Dyment, Peter                7 19
Culhoun, John                2 23 } Ellis, Wm.                   7 13
Cundles, Thos.               5 20 } Emms, Wm.                    1 28
Cunningham, Robt.           11  4 } Emms, Edward                 1 22
Curtis, Patrick              9 19 } Emms, John                   1 22
Daly, Francis                5  3 } Farrell, Hiram               1 23
Daly, Peter                 10 21 } Ferguson, James             11 22
Daly, Wm.                    5 19 } Ferguson, John              12 18
Daly, Wm.                   10 20 } Fitzgerald, John             8 14
Daly, Wm.                    4 19 } Foster, James                9 19
Darby, John                  1 13 } Foster, Thos.               10 10
Daves, W.H.                  1 33 } Foster, Wm.                  5 19
Davit, Jane                  5 20 } Fox, Robt.                   4  5
Davit, Wm.                  11 18 } Fuller, Henry                8  7
Delingham, Wm.               1 21 } Fullarton, Adam              1 19
DeLany, Richard              5  9 } Gallagher, John              5  1
Dempster, Thos.             10 13 } Gannon, Thos.                5  2
Dempster, Wm.               11 18 } Garvin, Daniel               4 13
Dempster, Wm.               10 13 } Gill, John                   3 11
Dobbin, Wm.                  8  9 } Gill, Richard                3 11
Dogherty, James             12 21 } Gill, Samuel                 3 11
Domolin, John                9 21 } Gladstone, Thos.             1 40
Doran, James                 6 15 } Gold, Isaac                  1 24
Doron, John                  2 18 } Gordon, David                4 14
Doran, Patrick               6 16 } Gordon, Samuel               4 17
Doxater, Adam                1 36 } Green, Jacob                 7 20
Drury, Edmund                1 23 } Groves, George              12 22
Drury, Wm.                   1 23 } Groves, John E.             13  1
Drury, John                  1 25 } Hall, Charles                1  7
Drury, Joseph                1 25 } Hammond, George             14 11
Drury, Thos.                 7 24 } Hargraner, Joseph            4 11
Drury, Thos.                 1 25 } Harris, Fred.               12 19
Duam, Anthony                4  7 } Harrison, Richard            9 21
Duchannan, Thos.             6 13 } Hart, Charles                1 26
Duglass, Sarah               6 26 } Hart, John                   1 32
Dunn, Frank                  7 18 } Hart, Nathan                 1 32
Dunn, John                   7 18 } Hayden, Francis             12  1
Dunn, Patrick                4 16 } Hayes, James                 1 40
Dunn, Patrick                5 16 } Hayes, Thomas               11 16
Dunn, Thos.                  5 16 } Hayter, Joseph               6 10
Dunn, Wm.                    4  8 } Heathreugh, James            5 15
Henderson, William           4  6 } Kenney, Denis               12 18
Harrigan, A.                 6 16 } Kenny, Myles                 7 15
Hickley, William             4  8 } Kent, John                  10  3
Hickling, Alexander          4 12 } Kerfoot, George             10  2
Hill, Alexander              1 17 } Kerfoot, John               10  2
Hill, George                 5  7 } Kerfoot, Thos.              10  2
Hill, Robert                11 16 } Kerr, James                  3 15
Hinds, Bernard              13 10 } Killey, Hugh                 2 29
Hinds, Charles              14  7 } Killey, Thos.                2 29
Hinds, John                 11 10 } Kirk, Andrew                11  4
Hockridge, George            9  9 } Kirtrup, James               6 15
Hockridge, John             12 19 } Knapp, Marcus                8  1
Hodgson, Wm.                 1 38 } Knapp, Wm.                   9  3
Holdsworth, John             8 22 } Laing, Wm.                   1 17
Holmes, Allen               13 20 } Laird, John                 13  3
Holmes, Andrew              13 10 } Laird, Robt.                 8 18
Hook, N.                     5 21 } Laird, Wm.                   7 25
Ingram, James                1 15 } Larkin, Joseph               1  4
Innis, Edw.                  5 17 } Larkin, Wm.                  1  4
Innis, Robt.                 4 13 } Lawrence, George             1  5
Irons, John                 11 19 } Lawson, John                14  3
Irons, Wm.                  11 19 } Lawson & Sneath              1 26
Jacobs, John W.              9  1 } Lawson, Thos.               10  7
Jacobs & Laird               9  6 } Lavery, Hugh                14  2
Jacobs, Samuel               9  2 } Leadlay, Robt.               7 16
Jamison, David               2 33 } Lewis, John                  7 13
Jamison, Francis             1 28 } Little, John                 3 14
Jamison, John                1 28 } Littlejohn, David           10  5
Johnson, A.                 10  1 } Livingston, Donald           9  2
Johnston, James              5  3 } Livingstone, Neil           10  1
Johnson, James B.            9  6 } Locke, Silas E.              1 22
Johnson, John                3  1 } Ludlow, Robert               3 13
Johnson, Joseph              1 39 } McAvoy, Henry                5  1
Johnson & McLean, millers    1 39 } McAvoy, James                3 18
Johnson, Samuel              9  5 } McAvoy, James                4 20
Johnson, Thos. C.            8  5 } McBride, Michael            10 17
Johnson, Wm.                 8  3 } McCaffrey, James            12 20
Johnson, Wm.                 3  1 } McCarthy, D.                 5 21
Johnston, John               9  2 } McCreight, James             5  7
Jones, Wm.                  14 21 } McDermott, James            11 15
Keat, Antony                 1 21 } McDonald, Angus              9  9
Keenan, James               10 19 } McDonald, John               5 17
Keily, Wm.                   5 11 } McDonald, Patrick            1 40
Kelly, Philip                3  8 } McDonald, Wm.                6 17
Kennedy, Matthew             4  2 } McDonaugh, John             10 16
McGowan, Daniel             11  6 } Orok, Rob't, jr.             4  7
McGowan, John                6 10 } Orok, Rob't                  3  9
McGowan, Robt.               4  9 } Orok, Rob't                  3  9
McGowan, Richard             4  9 } Orok, Wm.                    4 15
McIntosh, Duncan            11 20 } Osburn, Edw.                 1 24
McKernon, Daniel             3 21 } Osler, John                  1 37
McKernon, John              10 17 } Owens, John                 13 21
McKinlay, James              9  4 } Palmer, Fred.               11  1
McKinnon, Alexander         14 12 } Palmer, James               11  1
McKinnon, William           14 11 } Palmer, Richard             10  6
McKutcheon, John             2 30 } Parker, John                 6 18
McLean, John                 1 40 } Parker, John                10  4
McLeod, Daniel,              7  3 } Parker, Wm.                 10  4
McLeod, Hugh                 6 20 } Parkhouse, Henry            10  5
McPaten, James              11 16 } Parr, Henry                 10 20
Mains, James                 7 20 } Partridge, Charles           1 16
Mains, James, jun.           7 20 } Partridge, James             1 18
Mairs, ------                1 12 } Partridge, John              1 17
Maher, William               5  1 } Partridge, John              2 21
Mallock, Edward              2 15 } Partridge, John              1 21
Marsh, Joseph                9  6 } Partridge, Walter            4 12
Marshall, John               1 35 } Partridge, Walton P.         2 21
Martin, Robert               8  9 } Partridge, Wellington        1 17
Maundrell, George            6 22 } Partridge, Wm.               1 25
Milcalf, James               9 20 } Partridge, W.H.              1 14
Monteith, George             1 22 } Paton, James                 3  1
Monteith, John               2 16 } Peacock, David               2 16
Moore, John                 10 14 } Peacock, Richard             4  9
Moran, John                 10  8 } Pearsall, Luke               3  9
Morton, Edward, M.D.         3 19 } Pearsall, Luke              11  6
Munro, Alex.                11 18 } Pearsall, Mrs.               3  7
Munro, Robert                6 14 } Pearsall, Rob't.             4 12
Munro, William               6 11 } Pearsall, Wm.                5 10
Murphy, Edwd.                6 19 } Pearson, Richard             2 26
Murphy, John                12 18 } Phillips, Philip             9  7
Murphy, Patrick              6 19 } Plaxton, George              5 16
Nally, Peter                 4 21 } Plaxton, John               11  3
Neave, Wm.                   1 20 } Plaxton, Wm.                11 20
Needham, Terence             6  1 } Powell, David                5  3
Needham, Terence             5  2 } Pratt, Mrs.                  9  3
Needham, Patrick             6  2 } Price, Samuel               13  7
Nicholson, Moses             5  2 } Priest, Joseph               1 38
O'Neil, Denis                5 18 } Quinn, John                  1 19
O'Neil, John                12 22 } Quinlan, Michael             3 21
O'Neil, Mrs. John            4 13 } Richardson, James            4  2
Orchard, Joseph             10  7 } Robertson, Arch'd           11 18
Robertson, Peter             3 13 } Thompson, Archibald         14 18
Robertson, Rob't            10 13 } Thompson, Henry              3 20
Robinson, John               1 29 } Thompson, James              3 20
Roe, Thos.                  11  3 } Thompson, Robt.             12 13
Ronald, Andrew               9  5 } Thompson, Wm.                5 10
Ross, Chas. H.               9  8 } Thornton, John               1 40
Ross, Walter                12 29 } Tomlinson, Joseph            8  8
Ross, John                  13  6 } Torphy, Wm.                  7  3
Ross, Wm.                    1  7 } Tracy, Benjamin             11  5
Russell, Alex.               3 10 } Tracy, Ebenezer             17 21
Russell, Andrew              2 25 } Tracy, Edwin                12  5
Russell, John                5 10 } Travers, Edward              9 17
Russell, Robert & Wm.        3 10 } Travers, Patrick             9 20
Salter, John                 5 11 } Turner, James                3 15
Salter, Wm.                  6 11 } Turner, John                 7 19
Seadon, Kernon               6 11 } Wallrom, John                7 17
Shewan, Thos.                5 19 } Wallwin, John E.             6 19
Sharon, Sarah                4 16 } Ward, James                  4 17
Shaughnessy, Henry          10 20 } Walker, James               11  2
Shaughnessy, John            7  4 } Walton, Thos.               11 19
Sheehy, Patrick              8 12 } Warren, George               1 24
Semmons, Joseph & Rich.      2 24 } Warren, Wm.                  4 16
Simson, James                4  2 } Watson, Alex. & James        1 30
Sissons, Jonathan            1 15 } Wattie, Charles F.           6 10
Sissons, Jonathan, jun.      1 17 } Wattie, George               2 19
Smith, Alex.                10 19 } Webster, James               4 12
Smith, John                 10 22 } Wesley, Samuel               4 19
Smith, Thompson              7 23 } White, Charles               1 26
Smith, Wm.                   4 14 } Wickens, James               1 14
Sneath, George               7 17 } Williams, Francis            1 27
Sneath, John W.              4 12 } Williams, George             4  8
Soaper, James                1 21 } Williams, Wm.                1 33
Spence, James                5 21 } Williams, David              5  1
Spence, Thos.                1 30 } Williams, Edward             1 34
Spencer, M.H.                7  6 } Willey, Wm.                  5  3
Staley, Lawrence             8 19 } Wilson, Andrew B.            1  8
Standen, John               10 10 } Wilson, Henry                1  5
Standen, Thos. B.           10  8 } Wilson, John                 1  7
Standen, Wm.                10  9 } Wilson, John                 3 19
Stevens, Charles             8 15 } Wood, John                   1 21
Stevens, Francis             8 15 } Wray, Samuel                12  4
Stevens, Francis             8 17 } Wright, James                6 23
Stevens, John                8 17 } Wright, Joseph               5  2
Stewart, George W.           5  3 } Wright, O.F.                 8 11
Strathy, John                4 17 } Wright, Thos.                3 15
Swann, Joseph                1 40 } Young, Thos.                11 21

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POST-Offices - Raymond, Ufford, Ullswater, Windermere.

Astley, Robert              1  5 h } Dougherty, John             2 19 h
Atkins, Scott               8 25 h } Dougherty, Wm., senr        2 17 h
Atkins, Thos., sen.         8 25 h } Dougherty, Wm., junr        3 20 h
Atkins, Thos.               8 17 h } Earl, Isaac                 3  5 h
Atkinson, John              1  7 h } Eckford, John               9 17 h
Atkinson, Robert            b 15 h } Edwards, Wakeman            a 26 h
Bacon, Alex.                b 28 h } Emerson, Matthew            b 29 h
Bacon, Wm.                  b 27 h } Emerson, Thos.              a 30 h
Barber, James               9 24 h } Etty, John                  b 25 h
Barriger, Arthur           11  3 h } Fennelly, John              a  9 h
Baxter, John                a  8 h } Forge, Francis              7 29 h
Bean, Thomas                8 20 h } Foster, John                b 18 h
Beech, James                b 17 h } Foulkes, George             3 25 h
Bell, George                2 27 h } Foulkes, John               2 26 h
Bennett, Nicholas           4  4 h } Foulkes, John, jun.         2 25 h
Billingsley, John           a 16 h } Fraser, Alex.               3 31 h
Billingsley, Richard        8  1 h } Fyfe, David                 8 29 h
Bogart, Jacob               5 10 h } Gaffney, James              b 41 h
Bogart, Peter R.            7 14 h } Gaffney, James, jun.        a 39 h
Boyce, Innes                4 30 h } Gaffney, John               a 40 h
Boyce, James, jun.          5 28 h } Gaffney, Thos.              a 42 h
Briggs, Benj., shoemaker    5  4 h } Galloway, Matthew           a 31 f
Buckerfield, Henry W.      10 20 h } Gaskell, James              a 45 h
Bunn, Geo.                  a 38 h } Giles, John                 3 26 h
Baxter, C.F.               12  7 h } Giles, Thos.                5 18 h
Chamberlain, Mrs. Ann       9 20 h } Gill, Henry W.              4 11 h
Creasor, Geo.              10 16 h } Gott, James                 6 11 h
Creasor, Henry             10 11 h } Gott, Thomas                6 10 h
Creasor, John              10 27 h } Graham, Matthew             1 21 h
Creasor, Robt.             11 29 h } Graham, William             a 20 h
Coulter, George             3 28 h } Hamilton, Edward            b 19 h
Crawford, John              8 15 h } Hammell, Jonn               8  9 h
Davidson, Wm.               3 28 f } Hammell, Thomas             a 25 h
Dawson, James               5  9 h } Harrison, Joseph            2 32 h
Dawson, Wm.                 6 21 h } Hastings, Edward           10  4 h
Dinsmore, Arthur           11 31 h } Healey, Augustus            b 22 h
Dougherty, Archibald        1 15 h } Hollingsworth, John         1  4 h
Huggard, Richard            9 23 h } Rawson, Thos.               a  3 h
Hughes, Daniel              4  5 h } Rawson, Wm.                 3  7 h
Hunt, Robert                a 34 h } Richardson, Fred.           a 36 h
Innis, John                 b 35 h } Russell, Wm.                7 11 h
Johnson, Benjamin H.        2 32 h } Ryan, Jeremiah              b 20 h
Kay, William                4 14 h } Shannon, Alex. B., merch't  8 23 h
Kinch, John                 1  6 h } Shannon, John, miller       7 23 h
Kingsholt, James            b 32 h } Shannon, Peter              6 22 h
Kingsholt, James, jun.      a 32 h } Shea, John L.               5 15 h
Kingsholt, William          a 33 h } Shea, Wm.                   5 16 h
Knight, Henry               a 45 h } Shea, Wm. R.                7 18 h
Lackie, James              10  3 h } Sheppard, William           3  6 h
Lance, Richard, merchant    a  5 h } Sibbett, William            b 33 h
Langton, Alfred             a  5 h } Sim, Fred                   b 36 h
Langton, Fred.              a  5 h } Slater, George              2 25 h
Langton, Wenman             a 21 h } Smalbne, Wm.                5 24 h
Lovely, Patrick             4 15 h } Smalley, Henry              5 12 h
Lyons, James                3 12 h } Smith, Alfred               2  5 h
McCaskell, Findley         11  4 h } Smith, George               4 10 h
McCollum, Duncan           11 20 h } Smith, George               2  6 h
McKay, Hugh                 a 11 h } Smith, William              2  4 h
Martin, Christopher         5  5 h } Stevens, Joseph            10 22 h
Martin, Wm.                 5  7 h } Stewart, James              1 23 h
Mitchell, Donald            a 15 h } Stewart, Wm.                1 23 h
Mitchell, Robt.             a 14 h } Summers, Lewis              7 19 h
Montgomery, John            7 17 h } Taylor, Arch.               9 29 h
Moore, Charles              1 26 h } Thompson, John              a  7 h
Morley, John, jun.          5 13 h } Tichner, John               a  2 h
Morley, John, sen.          4 83 h } Troughton, Wm.              3 29 h
Morley, Wm. F.              5 14 h } Tuffern, Anthony            a 18 h
Morrison, Hugh              b 30 h } Webber, Joshua              8  8 h
Morrison, Murdoch           b 26 h } Webber, Wm.                 9 10 h
Oldham, John                3 15 h } Williams, Thos.             3  4 h
Oulson, Erasmus             b 34 h } Willis, Morris              1 33 h
Patterson, John             b 13 h } Wingfield, Wm.              4  6 h
Pawley, Richard             7 28 h } Winters, John               2  8 h
Pickering, Nelson           b 16 f } Winters, Moses              2  9 h
Powley, Wm.                 4 16 h } Wright, Thos.               4 17 h
Putnam, Alonzo              9 15 h } Yates, Thos., blacksmith    1 11 h
Putnam, Horace              a 85 h } Young, John                 a 12 h
Putnam, Philander           9 14 h }

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Post-Offices - Bondhead, Bradford, Deerhurst, Gilford.

Allan, Mrs. Martha          6 11 f } Bell, Richard              10  2 f
Armson, John                7  5 f } Bell, Robert               13 17 f
Armson, Wm.                 6 11 h } Bell, Andrew               14 18 f
Armstrong, Charles and             } Beswitherick, Wm.           9 15 f
   John                     6 12 f } Blakeley, Wm.               6 11 f
Armstrong, Henry, Lewis            } Bolton, Wm.                12 16 f
   and Robt.                6 13 f } Bolton, John               15 14 f
Armstrong, James            6 10 f } Booth, Joseph              10  9 f
Armstrong, Thomas           6 11 f } Bowles, Geo., jun.         10 10 f
Armstrong, Mrs.             9  9 f } Bowles, Geo. and Henry      9 11 f
Armstrong, Robt.            7  8 f } Bowles, James              10 11 f
Armstrong, Wm.             10  4 f } Bowles, John                9  1 f
Armstrong, Wm.             10  8 ? } Bowles, Thomas              9  5 f
Armstrong, Wm.             15  1 f } Bowles, Geo.                9  5 f
Atkinson, Thos.             8  5 f } Bowman, Thos.               9  4 h
Averill, John              11  1 f } Boyd, Isaac                 5  5 h
Atkins, Robt., sen.       ] 8  4 f } Bradford, Robt.            15 22 f
Atkins, Robt., jun.       ] 8  4 f } Brandon, Thos.              2  3 f
Bains, Richard             12 15 f } Brandon, James A. and M.C.  2  5 f
Bailey, Thos.              15  1 f } Brennan, Laughlin          14 22 f
Baker, Joseph               3  5 h } Brennan, Michael           13 18 f
Baker, James                2  5 h } Brennan, John              13 22 h
Bannerman, Adam           ] 3  3 f } Brereton, C.S.              7  6 f
Bannerman, Alex.          ] 3  3 f } Brolley, James             11 11 f
Bannerman, David            4  8 f } Broom, Robert               8  5 f
Bannerman, Donald           3  7 f } Brown, Arthur              12  6 f
Bannerman, Adam             2  4 f } Brown, Alex.               13 12 f
Bannerman, Hugh             4  6 f } Brown, Edward              13 12 f
Banting, Thos.             15  1 - } Brown, Edward              15 16 f
Belfry, Ira                 8 14 f } Bruce, James                5 16 -
Belfry, James               8 16 f } Bryson, Daniel              9  9 h
Belfry, Prince              8 16 f } Buchanan, Charles, M.D.    15  1 f
Belfry, Wm.                 8 16 f } Burns, Margaret            14  4 f
Bell, Andrew               13 20 f } Campbell, Alex., merch't    6 11 -
Bell, David                14 18 f } Campbell, Daniel            6 10 h
Bell, James                14 18 f } Campbell, Robt., sen.       7  4 f
Bell, James                13 17 f } Campbell, Robt., jun.       8  4 f
Carr, Andrew and Hugh      10  9 f } Daley, John                 9  6 f
Carr, Gilbert              11  5 f } Daley, Wellington           8  6 f
Carr, James                11  4 f } Daley, Wesley,              8  9 f
Carr, John                 11  4 f } Dawson, Mrs.                4  1 f
Carr, John                 10  7 f } Dawson, Thos.               4  1 f
Carruthers, Wm.             7  4 h } Davis, John                11  6 f
Carswell, Samuel            7  3 f } Davis, Wm.                 11  6 f
Carter, A.H. & J.M., mer-          } Dearing, Rob't             11  2 f
   chants                   6  1 f } Devitt, Alex.               1  1 f
Carter, Henry, merchant     7  1 f } Dickey, John               10  4 f
Carter, Wm., sen., merchant 7  1 f } Dillon, James              13 20 f
Christie, George           11  1 f } Dillon, Martin             14 20 f
Christie, John             12  6 f } Doan, Ira                   7  1 f
Clark, Henry                8  4 - } Doan, Mrs. Susannah         7  1 f
Clark, Ira                  8  3 f } Dodds, Thomas               9  6 f
Clement, Lewis             15 21 f } Doolittle, George          14 21 f
Clifford, Michael          10  9 f } Doolittle, John            13 23 f
Clinkunbroomer, James      15  1 - } Doolittle, John            14 19 f
Clyne, Anthony              7  2 f } Downey, Robert             10  2 f
Cobourn, James & John       9  2 f } Draper, Ransom             12  1 f
Cobourn, Samuel            10  1 f } Draper, William            13  1 f
Cockerline, M.B., miller    5 16 f } Drennon, James             13  2 f
Cook, Christopher          15  1 f } Duck, George               13 12 f
Cook, John                  8 11 f } Duck, John                 13 12 f
Cook, John                 12  5 f } Duck, Robert               13 15 f
Cooper, Francis             4 10 f } Duck, William              12 18 f
Cosgrove, Arch'd           14 16 f } Dunham, John                5  4 f
Cosgrove, Mrs. Mary        15 16 f } Dunnagan, John              9  1 f
Couch, Ambrose             15 16 f } Dunning, Richard            6  1 f
Coulson, James             11 15 f } English, John              11  3 f
Coulson, Wm.               11 14 f } Evans, George and James    10 14 f
Cowan, Rob't and James      2  1 h } Evans, Thos. and Zachariah  9 14 f
Crancy, Edw.               14 21 f } Evans, William              9 14 f
Creighton, Alex.          ] 2  4 f } Falls, John                 7  5 h
Creighton, James          ] 2  4 f } Farris, Hugh and Robert     6  8 f
Creighton, George           9  1 f } Farris, James               5 14 f
Cowan, David                6 11 h } Farris, Mrs.                7  7 -
Cronyn, John               12 19 h } Farris, Matthew             6 11 f
Cronyn, Michael            12 15 f } Farris, Matthew             5  5 h
Cross, Sarah               11  1 f } Farris, William             5 12 -
Culbert, John, butcher      7  1 f } Farrell, James             10  1 f
Cundle, John               13 10 f } Faulkener, Alexander        4  1 f
Cunningham, Wm.             5  1 f } Faulkner, William           8 15 f
Curry, John                13 19 f } Fennell, James, jun.     ] 11 18 f
Dales, Wm.                 13  9 f } Fennell, Joseph, sen.    ] 11 18 f
Dales, Wm.                 15  1 f } Fennell, John W.           12 18 f
Fennell, Jos., jun.        11 19 f } Gunn, Alex.                 5  1 f
Fenton, Walter R.           6  1 f } Gunn, Angus                 5 14 h
Ferguson, Donald            6  6 f } Gunn, David                 5  3 f
Ferguson, John              9  1 f } Gunn, Donald                4  3 f
Fieghan, John G.           13 16 f } Gunn, John                  5  3 f
Fieghan, Wm.               13 16 f } Gurn, Angus A.              6 11 f
Fisher, Edw.                9  5 f } Gurn, John                 12  2 f
Fisher, Geo.               14  4 f } Ham, Joseph                14 21 f
Fisher, Wm.                11 17 f } Ham, Wm.                   15  1 f
Fizzell, Tobias             9  9 ? } Hambly, John, sen.         12 13 f
Fraser, John D.             6  1 f } Hambly, John, jun.         12 15 f
Fraser, Robert and Simon   11 15 f } Hambly, Joseph             12 16 -
Fraser, Wm.                 8 16 f } Hamer, David               10  8 f
Fraser, Rev. Wm.            6  1 f } Hamer, Thos.                8  8 f
Fraser, Wm., sen.           2  8 f } Hamer, Thos.               10  8 f
Fraser, Wm., jun.           3  8 f } Hamilton, Jane             15  1 -
Fieldsend, Richard         11  1 f } Harper, John                9 12 f
Garbutt, John              13 13 f } Harrington, Francis         7  1 f
Garbutt, John, jun.        13 11 f } Hasley, Wm. H.             13  1 f
Garbutt, Robt.             12 10 f } Hastings,  Cummingham,
Geddes, Charles            12 12 f }    hotelkeeper              6 11 f
Gibb, Alex. and George      3  6 f } Hays, Hugh                 12  4 f
Gibson, Thomas, sen. and           } Heighton, Joseph           13 16 f
   Thomas, jun.            10 12 f } Henderson, William         12  7 f
Gibbons, John              13 21 f } Hewson, Henry               3  1 f
Gibbons, Lawrence          13 21 f } Hill, John and Philip      13  9 f
Gilroy, Joseph             12  3 f } Hipwell, Humphrey           9  2 f
Gilpin, Wm.                15  1 f } Hodgson, Matthew           11  7 f
Goodfellow, James           4  6 f } Holt, John                 11  5 f
Goodfellow, John           11 18 f } Home, Stephen              10 12 f
Goodwin, Wm.                8  8 f } Hough, John                14  9 f
Gorman, Charles             6 11 h } Howard, Abijah and Allen    5  3 f
Gourley, John               7  1 h } Howard, Stephen             8  2 f
Gourley, Robt.              7  7 f } Hudson, Hannah              9  1 f
Grant, Andrew               2  7 f } Huff, Alvah                14 21 f
Grant, Hector               2  7 f } Hughes, Amos and Levi       3  2 f
Grant, Hector, sen.         3  7 f } Hughes, Asa                 1  2 f
Graham, Wm.                10  6 f } Hughes, Jas., sen. and jr. 14 15 f
Graham, Wm. H.             14 21 f } Hughes, Joel                1  1 f
Greenfield, Hannah         12 19 f } Hughes, Samuel              1  1 f
Greenfield, James          11 18 f } Hunter, Daniel           ] 10 10 f
Greenfield, John           12 19 f } Hunter, John             ] 10 10 f
Greer, Matthew              8 13 - } Hunter, Thomas           ] 10 10 f
Greer, Patrick              9 13 f } Hunter, William            11  8 f
Grey, Joseph G.             4  7 h } Hurl, Henry                11 14 f
Gunn, Alex.                 6  3 f } Ireton, Jacob              14 16 h
Ireton, Thomas             15 16 f } Lee, Samuel                12  3 f
Jackson, David, sen.       12 12 f } Livingston, Allan           6 13 -
Jackson, David and Richard 12  8 f } Locke, Alex.                7  1 f
Jackson, Nathan, sen.      13 11 f } Londerkin, James            6  2 f
Jackson, Nathan, jun.      13 11 f } Long, James                 8  2 f
Jameson, W.R.               6  1 f } Long, Joseph                8  4 f
Jamieson, Mrs. Anne        14 21 f } Lount & Johnston, merchants 7  1 f
Jebb, Charles              14  1 f } Lowe, Rob't                10  8 h
Jebb, Francis              13  1 f } Lowry, Wm.                  7  6 f
Jebb, George               15  1 - } Lowry, Wm. H.               7  5 f
Jeff, Edward                6  3 f } Lytle, John                 7  1 f
Jelly, Wm.                 11 20 f } Lynd, Adam                ] 3  1 f
Jerman, James              11  5 f } Lynd, Joseph              ] 3  1 f
Johnston, John             12  7 f } Lynd, Thos.               ] 3  1 f
Johnston, Wm.               9 17 f } Lynd, Wm.                 ] 3  1 f
Jones, George               7 10 f } Lumbard, John              13 12 f
Keaney, Edward             11 10 f } McAfee, John               10  4 f
Keaney, John               12  9 f } McAfee, Matthew            11 16 f
Kearns, Isaac              12  6 f } McAfee, Rob't, jun.        11 17 f
Kelly, Wm.                 15  1 - } MCAfee, Rob't              10 19 f
Kennedy, Neil               4  5 f } McArthur, Angus             5  1 f
Keys, Wm.                   6  3 h } McArthur, Ann               5  2 h
Kidd, James                14  2 f } McBeath, Andrew             5  6 f
Kidd, James A.             14  1 f } McBeath, Andrew             5 12 h
Kidd, James F.             14  1 f } McBeath, Benjamin           5 12 h
Kitley, Joseph              3  2 f } McBeath, Charles, jun.      5  7 f
Kilpatrick, F.             10 12 f } McBeath, Charles            4  9 f
Kneeshaw, John             14 15 f } McBeath, John              12 21 f
Kneeshaw, John           ] 14 14 f } McCann, James              13 10 f
Kneeshaw, Matthew        ] 14 14 f } McCann, Richard            15 21 f
Kneeshaw, Robt.          ] 14 14 f } McCarrol, Hugh             12  1 f
Kneeshaw, Thos.          ] 14 14 f } McCarrol, John             12  3 f
Kneeshaw, Jonathan         15 13 f } McCartney, Rob't B.        11  7 f
Kneeshaw, Robt.            13 14 f } McCausland, James           9 13 f
Kneeshaw, Wm.              11 13 f } McCausland, Wm. and Alex.   9 13 f
Lannin, Thos.               8  4 f } McCluskey, Patrick          6  1 f
Law, Eli                    7  5 f } McConnell, Allen            9  9 f
Law, Livy                  11  1 f } McConnell, Arthur          10 14 f
Lawrence, Alex.             9 11 f } McConnell, Arthur           9 10 f
Lawrence, Alex.            10  5 f } McCracken, Hugh             7  1 f
Lawrence, James             6 11 - } McDevitt, John              1  2 f
Lawrence, John & Joseph    10  5 f } McDonald, John              4  9 f
Lawson, James               5  7 f } McDonald, John              4 11 h
Lee, Edward                13 10 f } McDowell, Charles & Robt.  13 15 f
Lee, James                 11  2 f } McDowell, W. sen. & jun.   14 13 f
Lee, John                  11  4 f } McGeary, James              6  1 f
McKay, Alex.                3  9 f } Moore, John                15 15 f
McKay, Barbara              5  7 f } Morton, Dr.                10 16 f
McKay, Donald               5  4 f } Muirhead, Richard          11 14 f
McKay, James                4  3 f } Mulroy, Bernard & Matthew   9 12 f
McKay, Henry                4  4 f } Neeley, James              14 21 f
McKay, George             ] 6  7 f } Neeley, John and Wm.       12 17 f
McKay, James              ] 6  7 f } Neeley, Samuel             14 21 f
McKay, John               ] 6  7 f } Neely, Andrew              12 20 f
McKenzie, Wm., sen.         9 15 f } Neely, James               12 20 f
McKenzie, Wm., jun.        11 10 f } Neely, William             12 22 f
McKeinan, W.J.              3  5 f } Neely, John and Robert     12 19 h
McKinley, J.                3  5 f } Neely, Matthew             14 21 f
McKinley, Robt.             8  5 f } Neely, Robert              13  8 f
McLean, Stephen            13  4 f } Neely, William             14 22 f
McLelland, Andrew           9  1 f } Neive, John                10  8 h
McLelland, James           11 19 f } Nelson, Robert             15 21 f
McNaught, Geo., tailor      7  1 f } Nelson, Thos. A. and Wm.
McWilliams, Wm.            11 16 f }   wheelwrights              6  1 f
Maconchey, Thos.           14 21 h } Nesbitt, Henry             13 22 f
Magee, Charles              9  7 - } Nesbitt, John              14 20 f
Magee, Edward               9  8 f } Ney, John, sen.            13  5 f
Magee, John                 9  7 - } Ney, John, jun.            13  5 f
Maher, Michael             11  8 f } Ney, Thos.                  7  7 f
Male, Isaac                 7  4 h } Ney, Wm.                    9  4 f
Mannell, James             11 15 f } Nichol, Henry B., M.D.     15  1 f
Manning, Henry, bailiff     1  1 f } Nolan, Patrick             15 19 f
Manning, Henry W.          11 13 f } O'Brien, Patrick            9  6 f
Manning, James              7  4 f } O'Connell, Darby           13  9 f
Manning, Joseph             8 14 f } O'Connell, John            14 10 f
Manning, Samuel             6  1 f } O'Donnell, Anthony         13 15 f
Matchett, Thomas           10  8 f } O'Donnell, Patrick         13 18 f
Mattenley, George          15 21 f } O'Donnell, Richard         14 19 h
Mattinley, George          15 21 f } Oliver, Richard             6  1 f
Mattinley, Richard         14 21 f } Parker, Jas. and Thos.      8 10 f
Medcalf, Thomas, sen.    ] 12 11 f } Parker, Robert              8 10 f
Medcalf, Thomas, jun.    ] 12 11 f } Pascol, Thos.              15  1 f
Merrick, John               9  1 f } Peacock, Geo.              15 15 f
Metcalf, John              n2 12 f } Pearcey, James              4  1 f
Millard, Thomas             6  2 f } Pearson, John              10  6 f
Mills, F. and James         3  4 f } Philips, Wm.                6  1 f
Mills, James, jun.          3  3 f } Pollock, Gavin and John    13  7 f
Mooney, Bernard            12 13 f } Poat, George                8 10 f
Moran, Patrick             15 12 f } Porter, Francis             8  7 f
Moriarty, Eugene           14 11 f } Prest, Wm.                  7  1 f
Moriarty, Jno. and Patrick 14 11 f } Pretty, Richard            15 16 f
Moore, George               5 16 - } Proctor, Enoch             13 13 f
Proctor, Samuel             8  2 f } Scanlon, James             10 17 f
Proctor, Thos.              8  3 f } Scanlon, Mark               9 16 f
Quigley, Wm.               11 13 f } Scanlon, Richard            9 18 f
Railand, John              12  4 h } Scanlon, Thomas             9 18 f
Ramsay, Wm.                13  3 f } Selby, Wm.                  8 12 f
Rathwell, Wm.              15 20 f } Shears, Benj.               6 11 f
Reaney, John               11  4 h } Sheldon, Edward, sen. and
Reid, James                 8 15 f }    jun.                    14 17 f
Richardson, Austin          7  1 f } Shields, Robt.              7  1 f
Richardson, John            7  1 f } Sinclair, Alex.             4  8 f
Riddell, Thos.             14  4 f } Sinclair, George & James    5 11 f
Ritchie, John              14 14 f } Sinclair, Robt.             5  5 f
Road, George                6 12 h } Slight, Thos.              11  6 f
Roberts, Francis           11 18 f } Sloan, James                9 18 f
Roberts, James              9  9 f } Sloan, John, jun.           8 17 f
Roberts, James             14 18 f } Sloan, John, sen.           8 18 f
Roberts, Thomas            13 15 f } Smith, Isabella            15  1 f
Robins, James               5 10 f } Smith, James                7  2 f
Robins, Joseph              6  4 f } Smith, John                15  1 f
Robinson, Gilbert           8 15 f } Spellett, Stanley           8 15 f
Robinson, Wm.               8 15 f } Spence, Wm.                14  2 f
Robinson, David             5 15 f } Spence, James              13  6 f
Robinson, George            6  1 f } Sprole, James & Thos.       7  1 f
Robinson, Mrs. Mary         6  1 f } St. Clair, James & Wm.
Robinson, Wm.               2  3 f }    merchants                7  1 f
Rogers, Aaron              10 13 f } Steele, James & Robt.      11 11 f
Rogers, Eli                 5  9 f } Steele, John               13 15 f
Rogers, John                5  9 f } Stewart, Archibald          3  9 h
Rogers, George              9  2 f } Stewart, James              1  3 f
Rogers, Hiram               7  8 f } Stevenson, Appleby          7 11 h
Rogers, Timothy            13  7 f } Stevenson, Richard          7  1 f
Rogers, John                5 14 h } Stoddart, Hugh D.           7  9 f
Rogers, John jun.           5  9 f } Stoddart, James sen. & jun. 7 10 f
Rogers, J.W.               15 21 f } Stoddart, John E.           6  8 f
Rogers, Walter              8 13 f } Stoddart, Robt.             9  9 f
Rogers, Silas               9  7 f } Stoddart, Rob't             8  7 f
Ross, Alex.                 4  3 h } Stoddart, Wm.               7 10 f
Ross, George                4  7 f } Stoddart, Wilson            5 12 f
Ross, George               15  1 f } Stodders, John              7 10 f
Ross, Joseph               14  3 f } Stodders, John              8 15 f
Ross, Robt.                14  3 f } Stokes, Richard            13 16 h
Ross, Wm.                  15  1 f } Stone, Benjamin             6  4 f
Sampson, Mary               8  5 f } Stort, James               14  2 f
Sanderson, John             2  5 h } Stort, John                12 20 f
Sawyer, George & Joseph    15 15 f } Sturgeon, Rob't            14 13 f
Sawyer, Robt.              14 16 f } Sturgeon, Wm.              14 13 f
Sutherland, Benjamin        5  4 f } Walker, James              15 16 f
Sutherland, Donald          4 11 f } Walker, Richard            11 19 h
Sutherland, Donald          5  5 f } Wallace, Robt.              6 13 h
Sutherland, James           5  5 f } Walls, Robt.               12  7 f
Sutherland, George          4 10 f } Walwin, Chas.               7 18 f
Sutherland, Harman          6 11 f } Wardle, James              12 13 f
Sutherland, Hugh            5  8 f } Ward, James, hotelkeeper    6  1 f
Sutherland, John            5 10 f } Wardman, Christopeer       11  9 f
Sutherland, John            4 11 f } Wardman, John, sen.         9  5 f
Sutherland, John            8  1 f } Wardman, John, jun.         9  3 f
Sutherland, Rob't, mason    6 11 f } Wardman, Joseph             7 12 f
Sutherland, Rob't and Wm.   4  2 f } Wardman, Thos.              7 12 f
Sutherland, Thos. G.        8  6 f } Wardman, Ralph             12  3 f
Sutherland, Wm.             5  3 h } Wardman, Wm.               11  9 f
Sutherland, Wm.             5 20 f } Watson, John                6  1 f
Sutherland, Wm.             7  1 f } Watson, Moses               6  1 f
Sutton, John                6  1 f } Watson, Sarah               6  1 f
Swalm, Henry               14 20 f } Watson, Wm.                15  3 f
Sweetman, Charles          15  1 h } Webb, Geo.                 10 15 f
Switzer, Richard            7  1 f } West, Alfred, M.D.          6  1 f
Symons, James, M.D.         6  1 f } West, Benjamin            ] 6  4 f
Taylor, Benj.              15  4 h } West, Stephen             ] 6  4 f
Tebo, John                 14 21 f } West, Wakefield           ] 6  4 f
Tebo, Lawrence             14 21 f } West, Benjamin              6  5 f
Thompson, Wm.               9  5 f } West, George                6  6 f
Thorpe, John               12 14 f } West, Mary                 14 19 -
Thorpe, Thos.              10 10 f } West, Solomon               7  7 f
Tindall, James             12 16 f } Willoughby, Adam            9  1 f
Tindall, Joseph            12 16 f } Wilson, James               9  3 f
Touse, Bethel              15 14 f } Wilson, John               12  2 f
Townley, E.                11 16 f } Wilson, Roger              14 13 f
Tunstead, Richard and Thos. 8 16 f } Wood, George               11 18 h
Tyrwhitt, Septimus          6 12 f } Wood, Jas. & Sons.         11 16 f
Usher, Geo.                 6 10 f ) Wood, James and Robt.      10 15 f
Vaughan, James              6  1 f } Wood, John                  7 13 f
Vaughan, Robt.             14 21 f } Wood, John                 14 16 f

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TOWNSHIP OF MATCHEDASH

Burroughs, Dobson 1 7 f } Lovering, John 1 4 f Burroughs, Oliver 2 7 f } Lovering, Henry 1 4 f Durnford, Arthur 1 2 f } Lovering, Thos. 1 4 f Durnford, George 1 5 f } Lovering, Wm. 1 6 f Durnford, Wm. 1 3 f } Spence, John 2 6 f Gill, Joseph T. 3 4 f } Woodrow, Archibald 1 3 f

APPENDIX

(Villages too late for classification)

BATTEAUX - A Station of the Northern Railway, four miles from
     Collingwood and 1 1/4 from Nottawa.

Bourchier, Wm., lumber merchant    ) O'Hara, Thos. carpenter
Hocking, H., carpenter             } Raines, Wm., section master
Mathers, Peter, blacksmith         } Wyant, B., shingle manufacturer
Mitchell, J., carpenter            }
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SUNNIDALE - A village 2 miles from New Lowell and 14 from Barrie.

Brasher & Carter, shingle factors  } Greig, David, blacksmith
Glen, James, general merchant      } Orr & Sons, general merchants
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                            CENSUS, 1871

ONTARIO - 1,620,851; QUEBEC 1,191,575; NEW BRUNSWICK 285,777;
   NOVA SCOTIA 387,800.   Total 3,486,000.
Total increase since 1861, 394,442.
South Simcoe ........................................ 23,670
North Simcoe ........................................ 33,719
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        Total ....................................... 57,389

                            TOWNSHIPS

Adjala                   2,878 } Orillia and Matchedash    1,894
Essa                     4,221 } Oro                       4,364
Innisfil                 5,480 } Sunnidale                 1,991
Medonte                  2,541 } Tay                       1,629
Monck                      535 } Tecumseth                 4,728
Mono                     3,980 } Tiny                      3,214
Morrison                   601 } Tossorontio               1,570
Mulmur                   3,505 } Vespra                    2,077
Muskoka                    482 } Watt and Cardwell           711
Nottawassaga             6,707 } West Gwillimbury          3,036


THE HAMILTON & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY it is proposed
     will enter the County at Ballycroy, thence to
     Tecumseth and through to Alliston, crossing
     Tossorontio to Poda Mills, entering Nottawasaga
     at the south-east corner via Avening, Creemore
     and Duntroon to Collingwood.

                         LUMBER

The County of Simcoe has long been celebrated for its
     extensive lumbering establishments. We have not been
     able to obtain full statistics but may mention the
     following companies, having agencies in Barrie, Collingwood
     and Orillia : - J.C. Hughson & Co., Mushkosh Mills at the
     mouth of the Muskoka River, Georgian Bay, employing on the
     average, 125 men, and manufacturing about fifteen millions
     feet of pine and sawn lumber exclusive of large quantities
     of shingles and laths.
The Georgian Bay Lumber Co., 35,000,000 per annum; the Magnetawan
     Co., 25,000,000; the Parry Sound Co., 10,000,000. A.G.P. Dodge
     is President of these Companies.
Thompson, Smith & Son, Cook Bros., Brazel, Perkins & Co., D.C. Kanady
     & Co., Fowlie & Co., of Victoria Harbor, and many other firms
     are also extensively engaged in this business.

MASONIC LODGES

          Henry Robertson, Deputy District Grand Master for Toronto,
     address, Collingwood.
          
          Simcoe, No. 79, Bradford - W.H. Walken, W.M.; G. Cook, S.W.;
     J.P. Shears, J.W.; H.S. Broughton, P.M.; B.F. Kendall, Treas.; J.
     G. Graham, Sec.
          
          MANITO, No. 90, Collingwood - John Nettleton, W.M.; E.C.
     Florance, S.W.; John Fleunt, J.w.; C.R. Carpenter, Treas.; C.E.
     Stephens, Sec.
          
          CORINTHIAN, No. 96, Barrie - Robert King, W.M.; James Morrow,
     S.W.; Robert King, jr., J.W.; T.E. Rawson, Sec.
          
          ORILLIA, No. 192 - T.S. Atkinson, W.M.; Julius Humme, Sec.
          KERR, No. 230, Bell Ewart - A. Miscampbell, W.M.; J.F. Smith,
     Sec.
          
          MANITOBA, No. 226, Bondhead - J. St. Clair, W.M.; Ira Doan, Sec.
          CALEDONIA, No. 249, Angus - Alexander Cooper, W.M.; S.B. Fisk,
     S.W.; T.F. Chapin, J.W.; John McKimie, Sec.; F.D. Boyes, Treas.
          
          NORTHERN LIGHT, No. 266, Stayner - Arthur Moberly, W.M.; R.B.
     Hannah, S.W.; Thos. H. George, J.W.; W.N. Wilson, Sec.; J.G. Algeo,
     Treas.
          
          SEVENTH STAR, No. 285, Alliston - Thomas Sargant, W.M.; Elliott
     Thynne, Sec.

ROYAL ARCH CHAPTERS

          R.A. MANITOU CHAPTER, No. 27, Collingwood - John Nettleton,
     Z.; A.M. Sutherland, H.; P. Dohe?y, J.; H. Robertson, Treas.; E.R.
     Carpenter, Scribe E.; J. Rooke, Scribe N.
          
          R.A. SIGNET CHAPTER, No. 34, Orillia - T.A. Atkinson, W.P.; H.
     McN. Sutherland, Scribe E.
          
          R.A. SEYMOUR CHAPTER, No. 38, Bradford - W.H. Porter, Z.; B.F.
     Kendall, H.; A. Thompson, J.; G. Cook, Scribe E.; M. McLeod, Scribe
     N.; H.S. Broughton, Treas.; J.G. Graham, P.S.
          
          HURONTARIO ENCAMPMENT KNIGHTS TEMPLARS, Collingwood, No.
     13, - H. Robertson, E.C. and E.P.; E.R. Carpenter. 1st C.; John
     Nettleton, 2nd C.; Joseph Jardine, Registrar.
          
          MOUNT CALVARY ENCAMPMENT KNIGHTS TEMPLARS, Orillia - H.G.
     Summers, E.C.; C.S. Elliott, P.E. Com.; Fr. Ostrander, Treas.; A.      
     Dulmage, Registrar; J.R. Jupp, Sentinel.
          
          CRYPTIC MASONRY ZABUD COUNCIL, Bradford - Th. lll. M.; W.H.
     Porter; R. lll. M.; W.A. Walkem; lll. M., B. Barnard; Treas., M.
     McLeod; Rec., H.S. Broughton.
          
          ROYAL ARK MARINERS, Spry Lodge, Bradford - W.B., Benj. Barnard,
     1st N., W.B., M. McLeod, 1st S.W.J.; W.B., W.H. Walkem, 1st J.
     W.S.; J.G. Graham, Conductor; Dr. Law, Capt. Guard; M. Gaviller.
     M.C.

ODDFELLOWS

          B.U. No. 63 Barrie - W. Hunter, N.G.; James Thompson, V.E.;
     William Crookshank, Rec. Sec.; William Mansell, Per. Sec.; William
     Graham, Treas.
          
          CANADIAN ORDER, LOYAL ORILLIA LODGE, No. 47 - S.S. Robinson,
     N.G.; J.D. O'Brien, V.G.; Charles Vessey, Sec.; C.R. Switzer, Asst.
     Sec., J.B. Thompson, Treas.
          
          COLLINGWOOD, No. 54 - E.R. Carpenter, D.D.G.M.; James Henry,
     P.G.; R. Matthews, N.G.; George Hibbert, V.G.; J.F. Matthews, V.S.
          
          STAYNER LODGE, No. 44 - John McBeth, N.G.; J. Constable, V.G.;
     James McKeggie, Sec.; R.B. Hannah, Treas.
          
          STAYNER, No. 68 - J.B. Petrie, N.G.; William Burns, V.G.; C.R.
     Jakeway, R.S.; O. Randolph, Treas.
          
          KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, No. 7, MINERVA LODGE, ORILLIA - A Empey,
     Chancellor; W. Thompson,  V.C.;  Robert Ramsay,  W.P.;  Charles
     Magee, Sergt. at arms; W. Minthorn, Banker.

          There are also numerous Orange Lodges in the County, and the
     various Temperance organizations are well represented.

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BARRIE HOTEL

JOHN McWATT

SUPERINTENDENT

DUNLOP STREET, BARRIE


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COOK & BROTHERS

LUMBER MERCHANTS

Manufacturers of

SQUARE TIMBER and SAWN LUMBER

LAND OWNERS, &c.

             BARRIE                 and              TORONTO

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ADDRESS - John L. Cook, 501 King Street West, Toronto; H.H.
   Cook, 505 King Street West, Toronto; G.J. Cook, Toronto
   and Barrie; J.W. Cook, Williamsburg.

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BAY STREET BOOKBINDERY
LATE TELEGRAPH BUILDING

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WM. BLACKHALL


Account Book Manufacturer, and Music, Law, Plain and
Ornamental Bookbinder and Paper Ruling
Every description of Letterpress Bookbinding and Paper Ruling
promptly executed at lowest living rates.
The Usual Trade Account Books in Stock and Retailed at Wholesale
Prices. Call and see.

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The Imperial Building, Savings and Investment Company

ARE ALWAYS PREPARED TO

ADVANCE LOANS ON FARM AND OTHER PROPERTY

On the most Favorable Terms
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HON. JOHN CRAWFORD, President; JOHN FISKEN, ESQ., V. President

APPRAISERS FOR COUNTY SIMCOE:


BARRIE, A.B. McPhee, Esq.         } ORANGEVILLE, J.L. Freed, Esq.
BRADFORD, E. Maconchey, Esq.      } ORILLIA, Samuel S. Robinson, Esq.
COLLINGWOOD, Chas. McDonald, Esq. } ROSEMONT, Colonel Armstrong.

               HEAD OFFICE - 50 CHURCH STREET, TORONTO

           Six per Cent interest allowed on deposits.
                              E.H. KERTLAND, Secretary and Treasurer.

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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company of New York

_____________________

JOSEPH F. KNAPP, President; JOHN R. HEGEMAN, V. Pres't
ROBERT A. GRANNISS, Secretary
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F.A. MOORE & SON

General Agents for the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec. OFFICE - 60 Church Street, Toronto, Ont.


     The special feature of this Company is Reserve Endowments at ordinary
Life Rates. For Strength and Economy of Management this Company cannot be
surpassed by any other on the Continent. Parties requiring further information
or desirous of acting as agents will please apply to the above address.

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CUPPLES & HUNTER

20 TORONTO ST., TORONTO

OFFICES OF THE

Canada Mercantile Protective Association

ESTABLISHED IN 1864

FOR THE COLLECTION OF DEBTS

AND FOR GIVING CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
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NORTHERN RAILWAY OF CANADA


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From Toronto to Collingwood, 94 1/2 miles - Main Line
  "  Barrie to Mara,         25       "   } Extension Branch
  "  Collingwood to Meaford, 20       "   } Extension Branch
Guage of Road   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   5 feet 6 inches
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HEAD OFFICE   -   -   -   -   -   -    BROCK STREET, TORONTO
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                            DIRECTORS:
Hon. John Beverley Robinson, Toronto, President.
H.M. Jackson, Esq., New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, England,
   Vice-President, and Chairman London Board.
Fred. W. Cumberland, Esq., Toronto, Managing Director.
Angus Morrison, Esq., M.P., Toronto.
Wm. Elliott, Esq., President of Board of Trade, Toronto.
Henry Wheeler, Esq., Wandsworth Common, London, England.
William Lethbridge, Esq., 186 Strand, London, F.C., England.
Geo. Davis, Esq., Ex-officio, Warden, County of Simcoe.
Mr. Alderman Rob't Bell, Ex-officio, for Corporation of Toronto.
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                          LONDON AGENCY:
Messrs. Cutbill, Son & De Lungo, No. 103 Cannon St., London, E.C.
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                             OFFICERS:
       Fred. W. Cumberland, General Manager.
       Thomas Hamilton, Secretary and Accountant.
       C.W. Moberly, Chief Engineer.
       Peter Clarke, jr., Mechanical Superintendent.
       John Harvie, Train and Traffic Master.
       Clarke Gamble, Q.C., and Geo. D'Arcy Boulton, Solicitors.
       Wm. Gamble, and Ed. B. Osler, Auditors.
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           Muskoka Trains connect with Main Line at Allendale, where
    baggage will be transferred.    Passengers for Muskoka Train may
    change over either at Allendale or Barrie.
           North Grey Trains connect with Main Line at Collingwood.
           Passengers and baggage for Thornbury will be transferred
    at Collingwood.
       REFRESHMENTS    -         Passengers going beyond Barrie can
    stop at Allendale twenty minutes for Refreshments.
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                           CONNECTIONS
           The only direct Connections (via Orillia, Collingwood and
    Parry Sound), with the FREE GRANT LANDS of MUSKOKA, and SPORTING
    GROUNDS of Severn River, Lakes Muskoka, Rosseau, and Trading Lake.
           TORONTO - Daily with Grand Trunk, East and West; with Great
              Western Railway for Hamilton, Suspension Bridge and the
              West; with Royal Mail Line of Steamers for Kingston,
              Montreal and Quebec; Daily with Steamer "City of Toronto",
              for Niagara and Lewiston.
           RICHMOND HILL - Stage twice daily for Patterson & Richmond Hill.
           KING - Stage daily for Nobleton and Bond Lake.
           AURORA - Stage daily for Kettleby, Schomberg and Lloydtown.
           NEWMARKET - Stage daily for Sharon, Queensville, Keswick, Sutton
              and Beaverton.
           BRADFORD - Stage twice daily for Bondhead.
           GILFORD - Stage twice daily for Cookstown.
              "    - Stage daily for Clover Hill, Nicholson, Alliston,
              Sisterville, Arlington and Rosemont.
           LEFROY - Stage daily for Churchill and Cherry Creek.
           BELL EWART - With Steamer "Emily May," Monday, Wednesday
              and Friday, direct to Orillia, calling at Beaverton and
              Jackson's Point on return, connecting with evening train
              south.
           BARRIE - Stage daily for Penetanguishene.
           ORILLIA - Stage daily for Coldwater.
              "    - Daily with Steamers "Cariella," and "Ida Burton" 
              for Washago, with Stage to Gravenhurst, and with Steamers
              "Nipissing," "Wenonah," and "Wabamik," for Bracebridge, 
              Port Carling, Rosseau, and Port Sanfield; also Daily Stage
              from Lake Rosseau to Parry Sound.
           STAYNER - Stage daily for Creemore, Banda and Avening.
           COLLINGWOOD - Stage daily to Nottawa, Duntroon, Singhampton,
              Maxwell, Flesherton, Priceville, Durham, Hanover and
              Walkerton; thence to Paisley and Kincardine.
           COLLINGWOOD - Lake Superior Royal Mail Line Steamers -
              "Cumberland," "Chicora," "Frances Smith" and "Algoma."
              One of these Steamers leaves Collingwood every Tuesday and
              Friday, on arrival of the Morning Express Train from Toronto,
              calling at Bruce Mines, Sault Ste. Marie, Michipicoton,
              Neepigon, Silver Islet, Fort William, and Duluth, connecting
              at Duluth for Saint Paul and all points West, Northwest and
              South, and with the Northern Pacific Railway and Kitson's
              Transportation Line, from Moorhead, for Fort Garry and Red
              River country.
           THORNBURY - Stage for Clarksburg.
           MEAFORD - Stage for Owen Sound, thence to Colpoy's Bay,
              Chatsworth, Latona, Kilsyth, Tara, Invermay, Arkwright,
              Allanford, Elsinore, Southhampton and Port Elgin.

                                  FRED CUMBERLAND, Managing Director.

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JOHN D. GRAHAM
Piano Tuner & Teacher of Brass Bands
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MUSIC ARRANGED
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Address   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   - Sharon, Co. York

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WILLIAM WRIGLEY

Agent for General Manufacturers

Importer and Dealer in

METALS, CHEMCIALS

and

General Manufacturers' Supplies, &c.

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STORAGE, - CHURCH LANE, FRANCIS STREET

OFFICE AND SAMPLE ROOM

24 FRANCIS STREET, NEAR MARKET SQUARE,

TORONTO

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S P E C I A L I T I E S :


        Wholesale Agent for Ward's Patent Olein Soap, and Washing and
     Wool-Scouring Crystals.

        Cotton Waste, Wool Batting and Wool Shoddy, White and Colored
     Noils, &c. Roman and Portland Cement, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, and
     Founders' Facings, &c. Copper, Tinsmiths', Brass Founders', Plumbers'
     and Gas-fitters'Materials, Paper Stock, &c.