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TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 




THE 



CANADIAN ALMANAC, 



AND 



FOR THE TEAK 



1873, 



BEING THE FIRST AFTER LEAP YEAR. 



CONTAINING FULL AND AUTHENTIC COMMERCIAL, STATISTICAL, ASTRONOMICAL, 
DEPARTMENTAL, ECCLESIASTICAL EDUCATIONAL, FINANCIAL, AND 

GENERAL INFORMATION. 



THE ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE EXPRESSLY VOR THIS PUBLICATION 
AT THE MAGNETIC OBSERVATORY IN TORONTO. 




TOEONTO: 

COPP, CLARK & CO., 17 & 19, KING STREET EAST. 

SOLD BY BOOKSELLERS AND STOREKEEPERS GENERALLY THROUGHOUT THE 

DOMINION OF CANADA. 



COPP. CLARK 4 CO., PRINTERS, KING STREET EAST, TORONTO. 



THE CANADIAN ALMANAC, 



FOR THE YEAR 1873. 



Chronological Cycles. 



Golden Number 12 

Epact 

Solar Cycle 6 



Dominical Letter E 

Roman Indiction 1 

Julian Period 6536 



The year 5034 of the Jewish Era begins Sept. 22. 

The year 1290 of the Mahometan Era begins March 1 1873 



Epochs* 

1873 | The 37th of Queen Victoria s Reign begins June 20. 1873 



The 98th of the Indep. of the U. S. begins July 4 1873 



Fixed and Moveable Festivals and Anniversaries. 



A&h Wednesday Feb. 26 

St. David March 1 

St Patrick March 17 

Lady Day March 25 

Easter Sunday April 13 

St. George April . 

Holy Thursday May 22 



Birth of Queen Victoria My 

Whitsunday Juae 

Mid^umin^r Day June 

Dominion D;ty July 

Michu lmis Day Sept. 

Birth of Prince of Wales Nov. 

St. Andr-iW Nov. 

Christmas Day Dec. 



24 



Explanation of the Articles of the Calendar* 

These pages are calculated for Toronto, Quebec, Fredericton, and Halifax, and for ordinary purpdses will serve with 
sufficient accuracy for every city in the Dominion of Canada. 

The times of the SON S RISING AND SETTING are given for the upper limb, and are corrected for refraction for Toronto, 
Quebec, Fredericton, Halifax, aud Fo<t Gzrry. 

The civil times both for the rising aud setting of the Moon s centre are given for every day for Toronto, Quebec, 
Fredericton, Halifax, and Fort Garry. 

The column, SUN ON MERIDIAN, gives the time that a watch should shew when the shadow of a sun dial is on the 
noon mark. 

Mood s AGE. This column shews to the nearest tenth of a day the Moon s age at Toronto Noon. 

The column, MOON ON THE MERIDIAN, gives the mean time at which the moon s centre passes the meridian of longi 
tude 4 h. 46 m.W. When in the column headed Moon s rising or setting, or Moon on meridian, the letters A.M. occur, 
unaccompanied by any number, they denote that the numbers given for the succeeding days relate to the morning, 
and those for the preceding *1iys to the afternoon, but that the Moon does not rise or set or cross the meridian (as tho 
case may be) on that day. 

The MOON S MERIDIAN ZENITH DISTANCES are given to the nearest tenth of a degree for a point in latitude 45 and 
longitude 4 h. 46 m. W. They are not corrected for parallax or refraction. 

The column, UPPER TRANSIT OP POLE STAR shews for every day the mean time at which the Pole Star makes its upper 
transit across the meridian of longitude 4 h. 46 m. W. It passes the meridian in the morning from April 9 to October 
8, and in the afternoon frjm October 10 to April 8, On October 9, there are two transits, namely, at Oh 1m 33s a.m. 
and at llh. 57m. 37s. p.m. 

The time at which the lower transit of the Pole Star occurs may be found by adding 11 h. 58 m. 2 s. to the time of its 
preceding upper transit. 

The six last columns will serve with sufficient accuracy for the whole of Canada. 

From the time of the upper transit of the pole star may be found the time of its greatest western or eastern elongj. 
tion, by adding or subtracting the constants given in the annexed Table. 



Latitude 


42 


43 


440 


45 


46 


47 


48 


49 


50 




h m s 


h m s 


h m s 


h m s 


h m s 


h m s 


h m s 


h m s 


h m l 




5 54 6 


5 63 55 


5 53 44 


5 53 33 


5 53 21 


5 53 8 


5 52 56 


5 52 43 


5 52 3 


Difference for 10 of latitude ... 


1.8 


1.8 


1.8 


2.0 


2.0 


2.0 


2.2 


2 3 





MOON S PHASBS. This Table gives the riuiex for the four meridians wtwn the moon passes the geocentric longitudes 
Of 0, 90, 180, and 270 east of th sun. U gifes also the times of hr ijrnatt and least distance from the earth. 

TWILIGHT. In this table are given the times at which twilight begins in tha morning and ends in the evening, f. e. 
the times when the sun s centre is 18 below the horizon. 

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1873.] THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 3 




PUBLISHED BY 

? CLARK ^c. Co. TORONTO, 

in the Canadian Almanac. 

1873. 



T] 



Golden Nunc 

Epact 

Solar Cycle 



The year 56 
The year 12 



Ash Wednes 
St. David .. 
St Patrick .. 
Lady Day .. 
Easter Sund; 
St. George ... 
Holy Thursd 



These page 
sufficient ace 

The times < 
Quebec, Fred 

The civil ti 
Frederic ton, 

The colum; 
noon mark. 
MOON S AGI 

The columi 
tude 4 h. 46 E 
unaceompanii 
and those for 
case may be) 

The MOON 
longitude 4 h. 

The column 
transit across 
8, and in the 
and at llh. 57 

The time at 
preceding up; 

The six last 

Prom the ti 

tion, by addiu 




Latitude 

Constant ....... 

Difference for 



MOON S 
of 0, 90, 180 

TWILIGHT. 1 
the times whei 






1873.] 



THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 



3 



GREATEST ELONGATION OF THE POLE STAR. This column gives the greatest azimuth of the Pole Star east or west from 
the meridian as observed at a place in latitude 45. When the greatest elongation corresponding to any other latitude 
la required, the number given in the column should be corrected by means of the following table. 











i 










Latitude 


42 


43 


44 


45 


46 


47 


48 


49 


50 


let Correction for Degrees 


5 38" 


3 51" 


1 59" 


<y o" 


+ 2 4" 


+4 16" 


+& 35" 


+ 9 2" 


+11 37" 


2nd Correction for each minute 




















of latitude 


+ 1.8" 


+ 1.9" 


+ 2.0" 


+ 2.1" 


+ 2.2" 


+ 2.3" 


+ 2.4" 


+ 2.6" 


+ 27 / 



The 1st correction for tlie degrees of latitude is to be subtracted from the greatest elongation given in the calendar, 
or added to it, according as the degrees of latitude are less or greater than 45. 

The 2nd correction, which is always additive, is found by multiplying the number given in the third line of the 
table by the number of minutes in the latitude. /( 

Thus for latitude 43 20 ...lst correction = 3 51" 2nd correction + 1.9 X 20 = + 38" 

" " 47 40 ... " " = + 4 16" " " + 2.3 X 40 = + 1 32" 

" " 45 10 ... " = + 0" " " + 2.1 X 10 = + 21" 

If the altitude of Polaris above the horizontal plans observed at the timo of its meridian transit bs corrected for 
refraction, the latitude of the place of observation will be found by subtracting the polar distance from the altitude 
so corrected, for the upper transit, and by adding tha polar distance to the corrected altitude, for lower transit. 

By observing Polaris with a horizontal circle at the time of its uppir or lower meridian transit the direction o c the 
meridian may also be found ; bat as its motion in azimuth at r.he^ instants is more rapid than at other points of ita 
course, siny error in tha time will then produce the gre.ate.sf, pi-t-fiblt effect on the azimuth. Near the time of greatest 
elongation, on the other hind, the change of azimuth is very slow ; so that an error in the supposed tims of ob^anr 
ation will occasion a comparatively small error in the azimu h. i this account the instant of greatest elongation 
east of west of the meridian is the time most favourable for the determination of the meridian. 

Again, as the point of greatest elongation is the one at which the change of altitude in mist rapid, any error in the 
time will produce a comparatively large error in the altitude. Hence this part of the star s path is the worst that could 
be taken for finding the latitude. 

As the transits of Polaris and the times of its greatest elongation often take place when the sky is cloudel, or 
during daylight, several days may sometimes pass without the occurrence of an opportunity favorable tor these 
observations with Polaris. 

To remedy to some extent this inconvenience, tables are herewith given which contain the times of transit of two 
other rircump lar stats, with the intervals between the times of transit and of greatest elongation; and also the 
azimuths at the same instant, 

In order to hirmonize with the rest of the Calendar, where th times of transit of Poleris are placed, the transits of 
that star are given in civil time; for greater convenience, however, the transits of S and e TTrsEe Minoris in the foliow. 
Ing tables are in astronomical time. For\the sake of brevity the times are given for the 1st, llth, and 21st of each 
month, and also on those days when hoc transits take place. 

The times of meridian passage on any intermediate day may be found with sufficient accuracy by subtracting the 
following numbers from the recorded time which next precede* it in the table. 



Number of days after day last recorded 
Corresponding time to be subtracted .. 


m s 
3 56 


2 
m s 

7 **9 


3 
m B 

nia 


21 
in s 


5 
m s 


6 
m s 


7 
m s 


8 9 
m R m s 


10 
m 8 














LA >O 


27 32 


31 2 35 24 


39 20 



Mean Astronomical Times of the Upper Transits of S Ursse Minoris. 

M>!in right asc nsion, 1st July, 1873, IRh 13ni 8.0s 
Mi-ftn (>ol,tr distance 3 2." "."." 



1 
11 

81 


Jan 

h m s 
23 23 22 
22 44 3 
22 4 45 


Feb. 

h m s 
21 21 32 
20 42 15 
20 2 59 


Mtrch. 

h m s 
19 31 34 
18 52 19 
18 13 3 


April. 

h m s 

17 29 52 
16 50 36 
16 11 20 


May.V 


June. 


July. 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


^v. 


Dec. 

h m 8 
1 29 51 
50 30 
11 10 


h m g 

15 32 4 
14 52 47 
14 13 30 


h m s 
13 30 10 
12 50 57 
12 11 38 


h m H 
11 32 18 
10 52 57 
10 13 36 


h m K 
9 30 18 
8 50 5fi 
8 11 33 


h m 8 

7 28 14 
6 48 51 
6 9 27 


h m B 

5 30 4 
4 50 41 
4 11 17 


h m 8 

3 27 5S 
2 48 35 
2 9 13 


On Dec. 23, S Ur.ae Minoris crosses the meridian twice; namely at Oh 3m 18s and again at 23h 59m 22s 
Mean Astronomical Time* of the Upper Transits of Ursce Minoris.. 

M-an riiiht ascension, |lst July, 1873, 16h 59m 3s 
Mean poUr distance... 7 45 18" 


1 
1 


Jan. 

h m s 

21 << :<<> 
- SO !2 
2 M 


Feb. 

h in s 
20 7 40 
19 23 22 
18 49 6 


Mirch. 

h m H 
13 17 39 
17 38 2! 
16 59 4 


April. 

h m s 
16 15 50 
15 36 33 
14 57 16 


May. 

h m s 
14 17 56 
13 38 38 
12 59 19 


June. 


July. 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. I 


Dec. 


h m s 
12 16 4 
11 36 45 

10 57 2:1 


h tn H 
Ki IS 5 
9 3S 45 
H 59 25 


h m s 

8 Ki S 
7 35 4S 
6 57 27 


h m a 
6 14 9 

5 34 49 
4 55 28 


h m s 

4 16 7 
3 36 47 
2 57 26 


h in K li in 8 
2 14 9 16 9 
1 34 -19 2:; .32 54 
55 29 22 53 35 


On Dec. 5, Ursa Minoris crosses the meridian (wire ; namely at Oh Om 26 and 23h 56m 30s 
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THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 



[1873. 



The following Table gives the intervals in time between the instant of the Upper Transit of S and TJrse Minoris, 
and the instant of their greatest elongations, with the azimuths of these Stars at greatest elongation. 



LATITUDE. 


42 


43 


44 


45 


46 


47 


48 


49 


50 


(.") Interval in time 


h m s 
5 46 49 


h m s 

8 46 22 


h m s 

5 45 55 


h m s 

6 45 7 


h m s 

<i 4.J. r i3 


h m s 


h m s 


h m B 


h 10. g 





5 30 55 


5 29 54 


5 28 52 


597 7 


5 on An 






5 43 25 


5 42 52 


S Azimuth 


O 1 II 

4 34 5 


Q 1 II 

2 38 30 


a i n 
4 43 10 


O / // 

d. an ft 


O / // 


O Jt t 


5 24 18 
o / // 


5 23 3 

O 1 II 


5 21 44 

/ U 




10 27 57 


10 38 11 


10 48 58 


Uft 9fl 


U19 10 


4 58 43 


5 4 28 


5 10 33 


5 16 59 
















11 38 19 


11 52 26 


12 7 22 



THE PLANETS. The tunes of rising and setting of the fire chief planets are calculated for Toronto, and are corrected 
for refraction. The times of culmination, although computed for the meridian of Toronto, will serve approximately for 
the whole of Canada. The meridian zenith distances, being designed merely to aid in finding the planets, have been 
given only to the nearest tenth of a degree, as seen from the latitude of 45. 

Star Table. 

From the times of the upper transit of the Pole Star may be derived, with the aid of the following table, the time* e 1 
culmination, and of the rising and setting of the principal fixed stars, as seen from the parallel of 45 north latitude" 

To ascertain when any star found in the following table will be on the meridian, add the number in the left-hand 
column of figures to the preceding meridian transit of the pole star given in the calendar. To find the time of rising 
of a star, subtract the number opposite to it in the right-hand column of figures from the time of its meridian passage. 

Tor the setting of a Star, add the same number to the time of its meridian passage. Those stars marked ( ) revolve 

hi a circle of perpetual apparition, and do not rise or set at places in and to the north of latitude 45. 



NAME OF STAR. 


On 

Meridi n 


Rises 
and Sets 


NAME OF STAB. 


On 

Meridi n 


Rises 
and Sets 


a Andromedae 


h m 
22 46 
22 51 
23 18 
23 21 


h m 

8 9 

6 59 


y IJeonis 


h m 
9 
9 42 
10 29 
11 14 
12 5 
12 29 
12 66 
13 37 
13 56 
14 15 
14 24 
14 44 
15 7 
15 54 
16 13 
16 39 
17 18 
18 30 
19 22 
20 
20 10 
20 44 
21 35 
21 43 


h m 
7 27 


y Peeasi (Algenib) 


a Ursae Majoris.. 


a CassiopesB 


8 Leonis 


7 2 
4 20 
5 16 

* t 

7 23 


3 Ceti 


4 40 


8 Corvi 


a Ursae Minoris (Polaris) 


ct Virginus (Spica) 


a Arietis , 


36 
48 
1 43 
2 3 
3 16 
3 55 
3 56 
4 6 
4 13 
4 17 
4 21 
4 36 
5 27 
5 41 
6 14 
6 20 
6 25 
8 08 
8 48 


7 25 
7 38 
6 13 


n UrsaB Maioris 


a Arietis 


ct Bootis (Arcturus) 


a Ceti 


8 TJrsae Minoris . 


a Persei 


8 Librae 


5 23 
8 2 
6 26 

4 37 
4 2 
7 


a Tauri (Aldebaran)... 


7 7 


a Coronas Borealis 


a Aurigae (Capella) 


o Serpentis 


B Orionis (Rigel) 


5 25 
8 10 
5 57 
5 54 
3 9 
6 29 
4 50 
3 46 
8 34 
6 21 
8 9 
5 26 
6 51 


8 Scorpii 


8 Tauri 


a Scorpii (Antares) 


S Orionis 


a Herculis . 


t Orionis 


8 Draconis 


a Columbse 


y Draconis 




a Orionis 


aTjvrjp fWp fl,^ 


9 31 
6 33 

11 32 


a Canis Majoris (Sirius) 


a Aouilas (Altair) 


s Canis Majoris . 


aCvffni . 


a 2 Geminorum (Castor) .. 


a Cephei 


y Canis Minoris (Procyon) 
fa Geminorum (Pollux) 


/3 Aquarii 


5 34 
5 65 
3 36 
7 


a Aquarii 


a Hydrae 


a Pis. Aus. (Fomalhaut) 


a Leonis (Regulus") . 


a Peeasi (Markab) 



Table, 

Shewing the Illuminated Portions of the Discs of Venus and Afhrs. 



1873. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


1873. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


January 15. 
February 14. 
March.... 1f>. 
April 15. 
May 15. 
June 16. 


684 
-559 
-389 
-121 
-034 
-302 


-903 
-909 
-94 L 
-993 
983 
-916 


July 15. 

August.... 15. 
September 15. 
October... 15. 
Novamber 15. 
December 15. 


-501 
648 
701 
-848 
-915 
-960 


-871 
-855 
-859 
-871 
-890 
-911 



Eclipses^ 

In the year 1873 there will be two Eclipses of the Sun, and two of the Moon. 
I. Total eclipse of the Moon, May 11, partly visible in Canada. 

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1873.] 



THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 



5 



The following Table shews the local astronomical times at which such phases as are visible occur at different 
stations : the blank spaces indicating that the Moon at the corresponding stations will set before the occurrence 
of the phase. 



PHASE. 


Halifax, 


Freder^ct. 


Quebec. 


Montreal. 


KingsFn 


Toronto. 


London. 


F.Garry 


Victoria. 


first contact with Penumbra . 
Mrst contact with shadow .... 
Beginning nf t til Phase 
Middle of Ellipse 
End of total Ph-^e 


h. m. 
16 13 


h. m. 
16 3 


h. m. 

15 43 


h. m. 

15 33 


h. m. 

15 21 
16 24 


h. m. 

15 9 
16 12 


h. m. 
15 1 
16 4 


h. m. 

13 68 
15 1 
16 6 


h. m. 

12 15 
13 18 
14 23 
15 8 

11 "il 























Magnitude of the eclipse (Moon s dwmeter=l) 1.428. 

The first contact, with the shadow occurs at 124 from the north point of the Moon s limb towards the east; and the 
last contact S J. J to.varJs the wast ; in e-ch ease for direct imago. 

II- A partial eclipse of the Sun, May 25, 1873, visible in the eastern parts of Canada in the morning of May 26th 
(civil time). The clip=e begins on the earth generally, May 25, at 19h 3rn Qreeuwic-h mean time, in longitude 2G 57 
west and Htitude 25 4 north. 

The greatest eclipse i" at 21h 8.8m, in longitude 99 4G 7 west, and latitude 63 54 north: Magnitude 0.899, ths 
Sun s diameter being unity. 

The eclipse ends generally May 25, 23h 14.5m, in longitude 131 13 east of Greenwich, and latitude 52 57 north. 
The line on whiuh ths eclipse ends at sum-he cro?ses the St. Lawrence a little above Montreal. 

At HAL:P x tha Sun rises partially eclipsed. 
M.igiiitude at sunrise 0.59 
Position 34 from northern point of Sun s disc towards <he east. 

At FE.EDERIOTO v the Sun rise? partially eclipsed. 
Magnitude at Sunrise 0.56 
Position 40 from northern point of Sun s disc towards the east. 

At Quraa; the Sun rises partially eclipsed. 
Magnitude at sunrise 0.30 
Position 54 from northern point of Sun s disc towardz the east. 

At MONTREAL a very small portion of the Sun is eclipsed at rising. 
Magnitude at sunrise 0.00 
Position 5b from northern point of Sun s disc towards the east. 

At Tososro the eclipse is not visibla. 

ni. A total eclipse of the Moon, Nov. 4, -which occurs after the Moon has set at most parts of the Dominion. 
At Victon i, the first contacts with the Penumbra and with the shadow take place just before the Mcon sets oil tha 
morning of Nov. 4. 

IT. A partial eclipse of the Sun, NOT. lo, 1873, invisible in Canada. 



TABLE SHEWING THE AVERAGES OF CERTAIN METEOROLOGICAL QUANTITIES. 

[From observations at the Toronto Observatory.] 





Barometer, 
average of 31 
years. 


Temperature, 

average of 32 
years. 


Ns 

2J> 
^s a 

SoS 

E o o 

we* 


Resultant velo 
city of Wind, 
from 24 years. 


Mf :i : 
of Wind, aver- 
ase of 24 ;. 


^3 
^ 

0> 

3 cS oo 

Z ~. -~ 

2.>u 
55 >> 


Amount of 
liain. average 
of 31-32 years. 


Daysr.f \. 
average of 32 
years. 


Amount of 
Snow, average 
Of 29 years. 


fet 

- -.-. 
c< 

02 

S > " 

* * -^> 


=l 
M a 
_ 02 

&* 

g 


a 

fg 

lJ 

>* Q 

<Sg 

18-56 
1656 
16-24 
13-63 
1223 
1191 
10-66 
10-81 
11-06 
1 1-31 
1691 
19-31 

172-19 


January 


29-6455 

6011 
5902 
5700 
5741 

6215 
703 

6445 
C113 

6492 


o 
23-09 

- 
4113 
5163 

61-61 
67-29 
60-08 

36-53 
25-84 


o 
N. 79 W. 
N. 66 W. 
N.49W. 
X. 18 W. 
X. 12W. 
N. 64 W. 
X. 77 W. 
X. 61) W. 
X. 02 W. 
X. til W. 
N. 76 W. 
N. SOW. 


miles. 
3-12 
3-14 

2-04 
1-63 
0-83 
078 
110 
1-fHi 
296 
2-68 
331 


miles. 

829 
8-63 
880 
813 
(5-74 
6-21 
499 
5-28 
5-44 

8-70, 


0-73 
72 
62 
CO 
56 
63 
50 
48 
50 
61 
74 
75 


in. 
1-228 

0-894 
1-618 
2439 

2-97S 
3248 

3-711) 
2-389 
2977 
1.654 


4-59 

6-24 
10-00 
11-85 
11-91 
10-66 
1081 
1106 
1250 
10-03 
5-72 


in. 
17-49 
19-31 
12-22 
230 
007 

0-87 
3-28 
1414 


13-97 
0-38 

l si 
13.59 


in. 

2-977 

2810 
2-678 
3 261 

3-248 
3-021 

2-476 




March 




May .. 


~"J 
June 


July ... 




September 


October 


November 


December 


Year 


29-6164 


44-15 


N. 61 W. 


1-91 


7-02 


0-61 


29-416 


109-37 


69-57 


92-82 


36-393 





Magnetic Obser-valory, Toronto* 

Latitude 43. 39 4 North. Longitude 79. 23 2 West, or 5 hours 17 minutes 33 seconds slow of Greenwich time. 

Klevation abovo Lake Ontario, 108 feet. Approximate elevation above the sea, 342 feet. 
Tho Observatory ,s in charge of Prof KINGSTON, and three Assistants. 

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distance. 


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distance. 


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Polar 
distance. 


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p 


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a a a a a 

a a a o, a, 

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1873.] 



THE PLANETS. 



NAME OP 
PLANET. 


JANUARY 1ST. 


JANUARY HTH. 


JANUARY 21ST. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Venus 


h m 
9 57 a 
064 a 
834/? 
8 21 a 
615 


h m 
255/7 
6 32 a 
3 30 a 
050/7 
145 a 


h m 
754/7 

010/7 

1021o 
520/3 
911 a 


o 

60.7 
51.1 
32.9 
66.6 
25.8 


A m 
944 
041 a 
751/7 
746o 
533*> 


h m 
301/7 
611 a 
2 48 a 
OlQp 
104 a 


h m 
819/7 
11 42 o 
9400 
446/j 
831 a 




56.2 
52.9 
32.6 
66.5 
25.2 


h m 
9 27 a 
025 a 
706/7 
7 10 a 
4520 


h m 
304/5 
5 49 a 
2 05 a 
11 42 a 
023 


h m 
842p 
11 14a 
8 59 a 
413 p 
7 50 a 


o 

51.3 

54.6 
32.3 
66.3 
25.1 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus .. 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 


FEBRUARY 1ST. 


FEBRUARY HTH. 


FEBRUARY 216T. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
9 05 a 
006 a 
616/> 
6 32 a 
406 


h m 
306/7 
5 24 a 
117 a 
11 04 a 
11 34 


h m 
906jD 
1041o 
8 13 a 
336/7 
706 


o 

45.7 
56.1 
31.8 
66.1 
flft ft 


h m 
8 44 a 
1144/7 
530/7 
5 56 a 
324?7 


h m 
305/7 
4 58 a 
033 
10 29 a 
1 53 v 


h m 
926/7 
10 U a 
731o 
303/7 
6 25 a. 


o 

40.5 
57.3 
31.3 
65.9 

949 


h in 
8 22 a 
1120/> 
444/7 
5 20 a 
24?,*> 


h m 
303/7 
4 31 a 
1140/7 
9 54 a 
1012r7 


h m 
945/7 
9 40 a 
6 49 a 
229/7 
5 44 a 


o 

35.6 
58.3 
30.9 
65.7 
24.8 


Mars 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uranus 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 


MARCH 1ST. 


MARCH HTH. 


MARCH 21ST. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
8 03 a 
1059/9 
407-/> 
451 a 
210/j 


h m 
300/7 
4 08 a 
1109/3 
9 26 a 
939/B 


h m 
957/7 
914.2 
6 15 a 
201/> 
512a 


o 

31.9 
58.8 
30.5 
65.5 
24.8 


h m 
7 39 a 
lO.SSf 

322/7 
4 15 a 
130? 


h m h m 
254/71010/7 
3 35 a 8 38 a 
1025/7 5 33 a 
851 a 1 127/7 
8 59/7: 4 32 a 


o . 

27.8 
59.3 
30.2 
65.3 
24.7 


A m 
712 a 
$52p 
237/7 
3 38 a 
049/7 


A m 
244/: 

258a 
942/> 
8 15 a 
819/7 


A m 
1016;; 
8 00 a 
451 
052/j 
3 52 a 




24.3 

59.6 
29.9 
65.2 
24.6 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Uranus 


NAME or 
PLANET. 


APRIL 1ST. 


APRIL HTH. 


APRIL 21si. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 

\ 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Venus 


h m 
6 39 a 
905/7 
150/7 
2 58 a 
005/7 


h m 
225/9 
2 12 a 
856j 
7 35 a 
735/7 


h m 

1011/7 

7 14 a 
4 06 a 
012/7 
3 08 a 


o 

21.6 

59.5 
29.7 
65.0 
24.6 


h m 
6 40 a 
816/7 
1 09/7 
2 20 a 
11 26 a 


h m 
157/ 
125* 
8 15/ 
658s 
655/; 


Am 
949/7 20.3 
6 28 a 59.1 
3 26 a 29 6 
11 36 a 649 
2 29 a 24.6 


A TO 

5 23 a 
1 lip 
0.80p 
142 a 
I047jzj 


A m 
I I3p 
033 a 
736/9 
6 20 a 
616/7 


A m 
903/7 
5400 
2 46 a 
10 59 a 
150 a 


o 

20.6 
58.5 
29.6 
64.8 
24.6 


Mars .. 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uranus 




NAME OF 
PLANET. 


MAY IST. 


MAY HTH. 


MAY 21ST. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Venus 


h m 
4 39 a 
624/3 
11 52 a 
100 a 
10 09 a 


h m 
016/7 
1134/9 
658/) 
5 38 a 
5380 


h m 
753/7 
4 49 a 
2 08 a 
10 17 a 
Ilia 


o 

23.0 
57.7 
29.7 
64.8 
24.7 


h m 
3 57 a 
527? 
11 16a 
025 a 
9 31 a 


h m 
11 15 a 
1041 p 
621/7 
5 03 a 
500/7 


A m 
633/7 
359 
1 30 a 
9 42 a 
033 a 




26.8 
56.9 
29.9 
64.8 
24.7 


A m 
320 
4 35/7 
! 42 a 
1141/> 
8 53 a 


A m 
10 23 a 
950/7 
545? 
4 24 a 
422/7 


A m 
526/7 
3 11 a 
052 a 
9 02 a 
1150/7 




30.3 
56.4 
30.2 
64.8 
24.8 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 


NAME OF 
PLANET. 


JUNE 1ST. 


JUNE HTH. 


JUNE 218T. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mt.r. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 
o 

31.2 
57.3 
31.6 
65.1 
25.2 


Venus 


h m 
2 48 a 
344/7 
10 05 a 

1057/> 
8 12 a 


h m 
9 42 a 
901/9 
507/7 
3 39 a 
340/7 


h m 
437/7 
2 21 a 
012 a 
8 17 a 
1108/7 


o 

32.3 
56.3 
30.6 
64.9 
24.9 


h* m 
2 23 a 
306/7 
9 33 a 
1017/7 
7 36 a 


A m 
918a 
821/7 
432/3 
2 58 a 
303/7 


A m 
413/) 
140o 
1132p 
736tr 
1030j 


o 

32.3 
56.6 
31.1 
65.0 
25.0 


A m 
2 03 a 
234/7 
9. 02 a 
936/7 
659o 


A m 
90 3 a 
746/7 
359/7 
217o 
226/7 


A nt 
403p 
059 a 
1056/7 
6 54 a 
953p 


Mars 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uranus 



NOTE. In the above Tables a signifies A. M. and p P. M. 
[325] 



22 



THE PLANETS. 



[1873. 



NAME or 
PLANET. 


JULY 1ST. 


JULY HTH. 


JULY 21ST. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 
~o 

25.8 
61.1 
33.5 
65.6 
25.6 


Venus 


h m 
147 a 
208;? 
831 a 
86Sj9 
6 12 a 


h m 
855 
716;? 
326^ 
135 
139;? 


h m 
403;? 
027 a 
1021;? 
611 a 
905j3 


o 

29.4 
58.3 
32.2 
65.3 
25.3 


h m 
134 a 
147;? 
801 a 
8 Up 
5 31 a 


h m 
8 51 a 
649;? 
253;? 
053 a 
057;? 


h m 
408;? 
1151;; 
945;? 
5 29 a 
823;? 


o 

27.5 
59.6 
32.8 
65.4 
25.4 


h m 
127 a 
129;? 
732 
732;? 
510 


h m 
8 52 a 
625;? 
221;? 
Oil a 
035;? 


h m 
illp 
1121;? 
Slip 
4 45 
800;? 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 


NAME OF 
PLANET. 


AUGUST IST. 


AUGUST HTH. 


AUGUST 21 ST. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 

Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
124 a 
1 I4.p 
701 a 
64Q P 
430o 


h m 
856 
6 02 jo 
1 Up 
1120;? 
11 54 a 


h m 
427;? 
1051 p 
832;? 
3 58 a 
719p 




24.5 
62.6 
34.8 
65.8 
25.8 


h m 
I 27 a 
103;; 
6 33 a 
605jj 
3 54 a 


h m 
902fl 
544;? 
1 15 p 
10 38;; 
1118a 


h m 
437;? 
1025;? 
757;> 
3l5a 
641;? 




23.8 
64.4 
35.1 
65.9 
25.9 


h m 
136 a 
055;? 
6 05 a 
524;? 
3 18 a 


h m 
9 10 a 
528;? 
44 p 
956;? 
1041 a 


h m 
444;? 
1001;? 
7 23;? 
2 32 a 
603;? 




24.1 
65.9 
35.9 
66.1 
26.1 


Mars 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uranus 



NAME OP 
PLANET. 


SEPTEMBER IST. 


SEPTEMBER HTH. 


SEPTEMBER 21ST. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
1 53 a 
047jy 
531 a 
435;? 
2 35 a 


A m 
920fl 
513;? 
007;> 
907;? 
9570 


h m 
447p 
938;? 
643;? 
1 43 a 
519r? 




25.4 
67.4 

36.8 
66.2 
26.2 


h m 
212a 
040;? 
5 03 a 
355;? 
158 a 


h m 
9 28 a 
500;? 
11 36 a 
826;? 
9 20 a 


h m 
4 44 p 
920;? 
608;? 
105 a 
4420 


o 

27.5 
68.6 
37.6 
66.3 
26.4 


h m 
2 33 a 
034;? 
4 35 a 
315jt> 
121 a 


h m 
937 a 
450/? 
11 040 
746;? 
8 43 a 


h m 
440;? 
905;? 
534 
021 a 
404j? 


o 

31.5 
69.5 
38.4 
66.3 
26 ft 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn ,., 


Uranus 



NAME OP 
PLANET. 


OCTOBER IST. 


OCTOBER HTH. 


OCTOBER 21ST. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 

h m 
431;? 
852;; 
500;? 
1137;? 
325;? 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


ets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
257 a 
028;> 
4 06 a 
286;? 
044o 


h m 
9 44 a 
440p 
10 33 a 
707;? 
8 05 a 


o 
34.2 
70.1 
39.2 
66.5 
26.6 


A 771 

3 21 a 
021 p 
3 39 a 
157;? 
007 a 


h m 
9 51 a 
432;? 
10 01 a 
628;? 
7 27 a 


A 7? * 
420;? 38.4 
843;? 70.3 
424;? 40.0 
10 68066.8 
247^26.7 


A m 
3 45 a 
013;? 
3 10 a 
118 p 
1125;? 


A TO 
957 
425;? 
929rt 
550;? 
649tz 


A m 
4 08 jo 
836;? 
349;? 

ion? 

208;? 


o 

43.0 
70.1 
40.8 
66.3 
26.7 


Mars 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uranus 




NAME OP 
PLANET. 


NOVEMBER IST. 


NOVEMBER HTH. 


NOVEMBER 21si. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
diet. 


Venus 


h m 
414 a 
001;? 
2 36 a 
037f 
1053 jo 


A m 
10 03 a 
4 \lp 
8 52 a 
508;? 
616a 


h m 
353;? 
832;? 
309;? 
940;? 
1 36;? 


o 

48.3 
694 
41.6 
66.2 
26.8 


h m 
4 39 a 
11 49 a 
2 07 a 
noon 
1004? 


A m 
10 10 a 
4 10 jo 
8 20 a 
4 32 p 
5270 


A m 
341;? 
831;? 
234;? 
904;? 
046 jt? 




53.0 
68.4 
42.2 
66 1 
26.8 


A 771 

505 
11 34 a 
136o 
11 23 a 
925;? 


A 771 

10 18 a 
402;? 
747o 
356p 
448ff 


A m 
330;? 
831 p 
1 58;? 
828;? 
007p 


o 

57.4 
66.9 
42.8 
65.9 
26.8 


Mars 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uranus 




NAME OP 
PLANET. 


DECEMBER 1ST. 


DECEMBER HTH. 


DECEMBER 21sT. 


Rises. 

h m 
5 32 a 
1117 
104 a 
10 46 a 
845;0 


On 
Merid. 


. Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
1027;? 
355/r 
713;? 
320;? 
4 08 a 


A m 
323;? 61.4 
832;?! 65.1 
1 22 p 43.4 
753;? 65.8 
11 28 a 26.8 


A 771 

569 
1059o 
030 a 
10 10 a 

804? 


A, 771 
1039 
347;? 
6 38 a 
244;? 
3 28 a 


A 77J 

319;? 
834;? 
045;? 
719;? 
10 48 a 


o 

64.6 
62.9 
43.8 
65.6 

26.7 


A m 
6 24 a 
10 40 a 
1132;> 
9 34 a 
723;? 


A 771 
10 52 a 
340;? 
6 02 a 
209f 
2 48 a 


A 771 

321;> 
839;? 
007/> 
645;? 
10 08 a 


o 

67.0 
60.4 
44.2 
65.4 
26.6 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 



NOTE. In the above Tables a signifies A. M. and p P. M. 
[326] 



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Mean elasticity of aqueous va 


Mean* of cloudiness 
Difference from average (18 


Resultant direction of the win 
velocity of the wim 
Mean velocity (miles per hour 
Difference from average (23 _ 


Totnl amount of rain 

.Difference from average (31 . 
Number of days of rain 


Total amount of snow 
Difference from average (28 
Number of days of snow ... 




Number of auroras observed 


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1873.] METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. 27 


TEMPERATURE. 


WIND. 




,1871. 


Ave rage 
31 years. 


Extremes. 




1871. 


Result 
23 years. 


Extremes. 


Mean temperature 
of the year 


o 
43.81 

August. 

67.37 
Decembr 

19.90 

47.47 
2.81 
Decembr 

6.14 

Aug. 4. 

76.13 

Feb. 4 

7.2 
Aug. 16 

89.5 
Dec. 21 

21.0 
110.5 


o 
44.16 

July. 

67.33 
Febi ary 

22.97 

44.36 
2.42 
January 
3.87 

77.73 

1.05 
90.8 

12.1 

102.9 


o 
46.36 
(in 1846) 
July, 
1868. 
75.80 
Jan. 57. 

12.75 

3.59 

(in 1845) 
Jan. 57. 

10.4 
Julr 14, 

1868. 
84.50 
Feb. 6, 
1855. 
Jan. 22, 
1857. 
14.38 
Auar. 24, 
1854. 
99.2 
Jan. 10, 
1859. 

118.2 


o 
42.16 
(in 1856) 
Au. 60. 

64.46 
Feb. 48. 

26.60 

1.31 
in 1864. 

July "31, 
1844. 
72.75 

Dec. 22, 
1842. 
9.57 
Aui. 19, 
1840. 
82.4 
Jan. 2, 
142. 
1.9 
87.0 


Resultant direction 
Resultant velocity 


N 72 W 
2.49 
8.24 
Decembr 
11.52 
Sept. 
5.50 
Nov. 15 
32.16 
Sept. 12 

0.87 
Dec. 20 
11 a.m. 
to noon. 
45.0 


N 60 W 
1.89 
6.96 
March 
8.83 
July 
4.96 

23.12 
39.2 


8. .55 
(in 1860) 
March 
I860. 

12.41 
August 
1852. 

3.30 
Nov. 15 
1870. 

32.16 

Dec. 27, 

1861, 
9-10 a m 
46.0 


6/10 

(in 1853) 
January 

1848. 

5.82 

Sept. 
1860. 

5.79 
Dec. 2, 
1848. 

15.30 

Ma r! 14, 
1853. 
11-noon 
25.6 


Warmest month ... 
Mean temp, of the 
warmest month. 
Coldest month 


Mean velocity with 
out reg. to direct. 
Month of greatest 
mean velocity,... 
Greatest monthly 
mean velocity. ... 
Mon ihof least mean 


Mean temp, of the 
Coldest month ... 
Diff.betw.temperat. 
of the warmest & 
coldest months... 
Mean of deviations 
of monthly means 
Months of greatest 


Least monthly mean 
velocity 


Day greatest mean 
velocity 


Correspond magni 
tude of deviaiion 
Warmest day 
Mean ternperat. of 
the warmest day. 

Coldest day 


Greatest dailymean 
velocity 


Day of least mean 


Least daily meau 


Hour of greatest 
absolute velocity 

Greatest velocity... 


Mean tern, of cold. d. 
Date highest temp. 

Highest temperat . 
Date lowest temp... 

Lowest temperatur 
Bange of the year . 


RAIN. 




1S71. 


ve rage 
31 years 


Extremes. 


BAROMETER. 


Total depth.of raia 


22.771 
110 

June. 
3.340 

April. 

17 
Nov. 14 
2.310 


29.302 
109 

Sspt. 
3.797 

October. 
12 

2.064 


43.:. 
(in 1843) 
130 
(in 1861) 

Sept. 
1843. 

9.760 
Oct. 6-1. 
June, 

22 

Sept. 14, 
1843. 

3.455 


19.041 
(in 1S67) 
80 
(in 1841) 

Sept. 
1S48. 

3.115 
1841. 

11 
Sept. 14. 
1848. 

1.000 


Number Of days in 
which rain tell... 
Month iuwhich the 
greatest depth of 




1871. 


Average 
30 years. 


Extremes. 


Mean press, of year 

Month highest m.p. 
Highest mea i 711. p 
Month lowest m. p. 
Lowest mean m. p. 
Date of highestpres- 
sure in the year. 
Highest pressure... 
Date of lowest pres 
sure in the year. 
Lowest pressure. ... 

Bange of the year. 


29.6066 

January 
29.7590 
April. 
29.4584 
Jan. 25, 
^ p m. 
3:j.3S8 
Fb. 18, 
6 a.m. 
28.673 

1.715 


29.6171 

Sept. 
29.6686 
May. 
29.5684 

3o .374 

28 .680 
1.694 


29.6670 
(in 1849) 
Jan. 49. 
29,. 8046 
Mar. 59. 
29.4143 
Jan. S, 
1866. 
30.94i.) 
Jan. J, 
1870. 
28.166 

O 1 9*> 

(in 1856) 


29.5602 
(in 1864) 
June. 64 
29.6525 
N V. 49 
29.5886 
Jan. 14, 
(in 1870.) 
80.212 
Mar. 17, 
(in 1845.) 
28.939 
1.303 
in 1845.) 


Greatest depth of 
rain inone month 
Mouth in which 
days of rain were 
most frequent.... 
Greatest number of 
rainy daya in one 
mouth 


Day inwhich gr test 
am nt of ruin fell 
Greatest amount of 
rain in one day... 


SNOW. 


RELATIVE HUMIDITY. 




1871. 


Ave rage 
29 years 


Extremes. 




1871. 


Ave rage 

28 yews. 


Extremes. 


Mean humidity of 


73 

January 
84 
May. 
63 


77 

Januarv 

83 
May. 
71 


82 in 51 

Jan. 57 
85 
Feb 43 

58 


73 in 58. 

Dec. 58. 

SI 
April, 49 
76 


Total depth in the 
year in inches. ... 
Number of days in 
which snow fell. 
Month in which the 
greatest depth of 


90.6 
84 

January 
43.6 

January 
23 

Feb. 17 
12.0 


68.1 
62 

February 
19.17 

January 
14 

9.3 


122.9 

(in 1870) 
S7 
(in 1859) 

March, 
1870. 

62.4 

January 
1861-71 

23 

Feb 5, 63 
Mar. 27, 

1S70. 

16.0 


38.4 
(in 1851) 
33 
(in 1848) 

Decembr 
1851. 

10.7 

Febr ary 

1848. 

8 

Jan. 10. 
1857. 

5.5 


Month ot greatest 


G st. mean mo. hu. 
Month least humid 
L st mean mon. hu. 


Greatest depth of 
snow in ne mon. 
.tluuth in whirh 
days of snow were 
most frequent. ... 
Greatest number of 
days of snow in 
one month 


EXTENT OF SKY CLOUDED. 




1871. 


Ave rage 
18 yaars. 


Extremes. 


Mean cloudiness ... 

Most cloudy month 
Gr. monthly mean 
Least eloudy month 
Low monthly mean 


0.64 , 

Decembr 
0.81 
June. 
0.46 


0.61 

Decembr 
0.75 
August 
0.48 


0.66 
(in 1869) 

0.83 
0.29 


0.57 

(iu 1856.) 

73 
o .50 


Day in which the 
greatest amount 
of snow fell 


Geeatst fall of snow 





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MONTHLY REGISTER. 



[1873. 



HOLYDAYS, KEMARKABLE EYENTS &c. 



JANUARY. 



Every person has two educations one which he 
receives from others, and one, more important, which 
he gives to himself. Gibbon. 

The government of one s self is the only true free 
dom for the individual. F. Perthes. 



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W Circumcision. Dis-establishm t of Irish Ch. 1871 

Capitulation of Mezieres 1871 

Gen. Sir de Lacy Evans died 1870 

Constantinople first lighted with gas 1860 

2nd after Christmas. Duke of York died. . . 1827 
Epiphany. Jas. Fisk, jr., New York, assas 1872 

Galileo died 1642 

Lncian. Prince Albert Victor of Wales boru 1864 

Jervis, Earl St. Vincent born. . 1734 

Penny postage established in England 1840 

First lottery in England 1569 

1st after Epipluiny. Battle of LeMans 1871 

The Times newspaper, London, established 1785 

Battle of Corunna 1814 

Capture of the U. S. frigate President 1815 

Gibbon, the historian, died 1794 

Hartley Colliery accident 1861 

Prisca. KingWm. of Prus. proc.Einp.of Ger 1871 
2nd after Epiphany. James Watt born ... i 1736 

M Fabian. First English Parliament met 1265 

T \Agnes. Vaccination introduced 1799 

W Vincent. Prince Christian born 1831 

T Sir Joshua Reynolds died 1792 

F "First public Protestant service at Madrid . . 1869 
8 Conv. of Paul. Princess Boyal married .... 1858 
^ !rd after Epiphany. Sunday Schools estab. 1784 

M New South Wales founded 178S 

T Capitulation of Paris 1871 

W George III. died 1829 

T iMrs. Barnard ("Claribel") died 1869 

F JGuy Faux executed 1806 



FEBRUARY. 



Let every man be occupied, and occupied in the 
highest employment of whfch his nature is capable, 
and die with the consciousness that he has done his 
best. Sydney Smith. 

Honor and profit do not always lie in the same 
sack. Oeff. Herbert. 



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I The Egyptian Railway op d by the Khedive 1870 
\ttli aft.Epiph. Pur. B. V. M.~ Bellone taken 1747 

ilarB Cfrm begins, filasius. Span.Inq.abol 1813 

Order of St. Patrick instituted 1783 

iyatha. Victoria Cross founded . . 1856 

Railway Accident at New Hamburg, U. S.. 1871 

Charles Dickens born 1812 

Earl Mayo, Gov.-Gen. of India, assassinated 1872 
teptitrtgesima. Abdul Aziz, Sul. of Turkey, b. 1830 

Queen Victoria married 1840 

Washington born. . . 1723 

Lady Jane Grey beheaded 1554 

Florence made the capital of Italy 1865 

Valentine. Iron Block, Toronto, des. by fire 1872 

tlarn 2Trrm rnfts. Pope driven from Rome 1798 

/". Capitulation of Belfort 1871 

Michael Angelo died 1573 

Martin Luther died. 1546 

Explosion at Lundhill Colliery 1857 

1 ythes abolished in Upper Canada 1823 

Cranmer burnt , 1556 

French Revolution commenced 1848 

(>n in /iititjesima. Source of the Nile disc. .. 1863 
Matthias. Abdication of Louis Philippe. . . 184S 

S/troce Tuesday. Sir Chris. Wren died 1723 

Ash Wednesday. Thos. Moore, poet, died. > 1852 
Thanksg. s er. in London on rec. ofPr. Wales 1872 
Indian mutiny commenced 1857 



MARCH. 



Men of character are the conscience of the society 
to which they belong. Emerson. 

These two things, contradictory as they may seem, 
must go together manly dependence and manly in 
dependence, manly reliance and manly self-reliance. 

Wordsworth. 



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David. Triump l entry ot Germ s into Paris 
Quadragesima. Chad. John Wesley died. 

Czar Nicholas of Russia died 

Gen. Grant inaugurated President of U. S.. 

Thames Tunnel opened 

Charles Brown (Artemus Ward) died . 

Perpetua. Sir John F. W. Herschel born.. 
Naval eng. between Merrimac and Monitor 
3nd in Lent. Great storm at Buenos Ayres 

Prince of Wales married 

Sir James Outram died 

Gregory. Prof. De-Morgan died 

Loss of the President 



Victor Emmanuel, King of Italy, born 

Comte de Montalembert died 

3rd in Lent. Prince Imperial of France b n 

t atricK. Massinger, poet, died 

Completion of the Suez Canal 

Insurrection of the troops in Paris 

Arrival of Ex-Emp. of the French at Dover 
Benedict. Mar. of Prin. Louise to M. of Lome 

William I., Emperor of Germany, born 

Uh in Lent. Duke of Parma a ssassinated . . 
Queen Elizabeth died. 



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T (American Civil War commenced 
F 



Annunciation. SirC. Metcalfear. at King n 
Beethoven, composer, died 



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30 IS 

31 .M 



The French " Commune" procl d in Paris.. 

Russian war ended 

Passion Sunday. Queen of Sweden died . . 
Hadyn, composer, born 



1871 

1791 

185 

1S69 

1843 

1867 

179 

1862 

1870 

1863 

1S63 

1871 

1841 

1820 

1870 

1856 

1640 

1869 

1871 

1871 

1871 

1797 

1854 

1603 

1843 

1827 

1861 

1871 

1856 

1871 

1732 



APRIL. 



The. worth of a State, in the long run, is the worth 
of the individuals composing it. /. S. Mill. 

Ilich are the diligent, who can command Time, 
nature s stock ! and could his hour-glass fall would, 
as for seed of stars, stoop for the sand and by inces 
sant labor, gather ail. D Avenant. 



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Dr. William Harvey born 1578 

Prof. S. F. Morse died 1872 

Earthquake at Antioch -. 1872 

Ambrose. Oliver Goldsmith died 1774 

Robert Raikea died 1811 

f alm Sunday. Richard Coeur de Lion died 1199 

Prince Leopold born 1853 

lLord Chatham died 1778 

! Steamship Dacien wrecked near Halifax. .. 1872 

Battle of Toulouse 1814 

Guo-d Friday. Rowland Hill died 1833 

Gold discovered in Australia 1851 

Ea^tc i- Sunday. The storming of Magdala. 1868 

Princess Beat) ice born 1857 

A. Lincoln, President of U. S., assassinated 1865 

Lord Byron died 1824 

Hurricane and loss of life at Lisbon 1870 

Dr. Abernethy died 1831 

Alphcije. Danish army def. by Prussians.. 1864 

Low Sunday. L. Napoleon, ex-Emp.of Fr., b 1808 

Cromwell proclaimed Protector 1653 

Wordsworth, poet, died 1850 

George. Toronto Exchange inaugurated. .. 1856 

Daniel Defoe died 1731 

Mark. Bank of England incorporated .... 1694 

New Orleans taken by the Federals 1862 

2nd aft. East. Or. of St. Michael & Geo. ins. 1818 

Mutiny of the Bounty , 1789 

Austria invaded Sardinia 

Sir H. Bishop, composer, died 1855 



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1873.] 



MONTHLY EEGISTEK. 



29 



HOLYDAYS, REMAKKABLE EVENTS, &c. 



MAY. 



That man is but of the lower part of the world, that 
is not brought up to business and affairs. 

Oiwn Feltham. 

Neither the naked hand nor the understanding left 
to itself can do much ; the work is accomplished by 
instruments and helps, of which the need is not less 
for the understanding than the hand. Bacon. 

1850 
180T 
1469 
185(5 
1821 
1776 
1055 
I860 
1863 
1871 
1857 
1871 
1S71 
1800 
1811 
1871 
18:58 
1217 
1802 
1S58 
1871 
1871 
1870 
1871 
1870 
735 
1870 
1871 
1060 
1744 
1810 



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27 T 

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Philip & James. Prince Arthur born 

English slave trade abolished 

Nicolas Machiavelli born 

3rd aft. East. Inv. Cross. Thanksg. for peace 

Napoleon Buonaparte died 

Siege of Quebec raised 

Capture of Jamaica 

Paper duty abolished in England 

Stonewall Jackson died 

Treaty of Peace between France & Germany 

Uth after Easter. Massacre at Delhi 

Sir J ohn Hirsehel died 

Auber, composer, died 

Garibaldi proclaimed Dictator of Sicily 

Battle of Albuera * 

Destr. of Vend. Col., Paris, by Communists 

Prince Talleyrand died 

6th aft. Easter. Rogation. Trial by jury inst. 
ISaBtcr 2Term teg. Duns. Leg. of Honor ins. 

Pei-ho Forts captured by the Allies 

Versailles troops enter Paris 

Ascension. Bradford, Ont. , destroyed by fire 

Mark Lemon, editor of Punch, died 

Destruction of Tuilertes, &c., Paris, by fire 
1st aft: Ascension. Fenian skirmish, EC. Hill 

Venerable Bede, historian, died ,., 

Bede. Forest fires in Saguenay District .. 
End of the Communist insurrection in Paris 

Restoration of King Charles II 

Alexander Pope, died 

Haydn, composer, died 



JUNE. 



Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy 
might. Ecdes. ix. 10. 

There is no action of man in this life which is not 
the beginning of so long a chain of consequences as 
that no human providence is high enough to give us 
a prospect to the end. Thomas of Malmesbury. 



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WhitS. Pent. Nic. J. Sandf d Macdonald d. 

Fenian skirmish at Limeridge 

Cobden born 

Battle of Magenta 

Boniface. Great lire at Pera, Constantinop. 

Count Cavour died 

duster BTrrm tntie. Fires at Constantinople 
Trinity Snmlny. Emperor Nero died.. A. D 

Charles Dickens died 

Attemp. assas. of Queen Victoria by Oxford 
Beumdbai. Str. Kingston bt. near Brockv. 

Emperor Maximilian entered Mexico 

Found. S. Un. Stnt. Toronto laid with M.C. 
S. S. Fr" >! < sunk in Montreal harbour .... 
Int. after Trinity. Magna Cliarta signed . .. 

Duke of Miu-lborough died 

AVian. I lt-i-r. Peace Jubilee, Boston, U.S. 

George Grote, htsf irian, died 

Erigagm. betwn. the Al i/nn,i t- and Kearsaye 

Accession of Queen Victoria 

Battle of Vittoria , 

2nd after Trinity. Rivay. :ii c. at Slmnnonv. 
H. B. Co .s Terntuvy trans, to Dom. Canada 
Nat. .Inhii, J}]iti.-t. liattk- of Solt eriiio .... 
Earl DullVrin, Gov. Gen. .arrived at Quebec 

George IV. died 

Buenos Ayres taken 

Reubens born 

:lrd after Trinity. J eter. Rosseau born . . 
Disc, of 2nd source of Nile by Sir S. Baker 



1872 
1806 
1804 
18511 
1870 
1861 
1871 
68 
1S70 
1840 
1872 
1864 
1S7:> 
1S72 
1215 
1722 
1872 
1871 
1S04 
18H7 
181:! 
1S72 
1870> 
1869 
1872 
18:iO 

1SOS 
1577 
171-2 
1865 



JULY. 



Pitch thy behaviour low, thy projects high, 
So shall thou humble and magnanimous be ; " 
Sink not in spirit ; who aimeth at the sky 
Shoots higher much than he that means a tree. 
The youth who does not look up will look down ; 
and the spirit that does not soar is destined perhaps 
to grovel. D Israeli. 



Dominion Day. Princess Alice married .. 1862 

Visit. B. V. Mary. Sir Robert Peel killed. 1850 

Battle of Sadowa 1866 

American Independence declared 1770 

Evacuation of Crimea 1856 

Uth after Trinity. S. Lover, novelist, died 1868 

Prince Arthur left Quebec for England 1870 

Great fire in Montreal, 1,200 houses burnt . 1852 

Edmund Burke died 1797 

Calvin born 1509 

Cartes-de-Visite first taken at Nice 1857 

Orange riots in New York 1871 

5th after Trinity. Richard Cromwell died. 1712 

The Bastile destroyed 1789 

Swithin. War dec. by France agst. Prussia 1870 

Massacre at Cawnpore 1857 

Dr. Watts born 1674 

Godfrey de Bouillon died 1100 

Flinders, Australian explorer, died 1814 

677;. after Trinity. Purch. sj s. in B.A. abol. 1871 

Robert Burns died 1796 

Mar;/ Magdalen. Battle of Salamanca ..-.. 1811 

First English Newspaper published 1558 

Gibraltar taken 1812 

James. French Revolution 1830 

Anne. Jews first admitted into Eng. Parli. 1858 

7th after Trinity. Battle of Talavera 1809 

Lord Durham died 1840 

Win. Wilberforce died 1833 

Explosion of a ferry-steamer in N.Y. harbor 1S71 

Ignatius Loyola died 1556 



AUGUST. 



(?n again ; the virtue lies 

In the struggle, not the prize. li. M. Milnes. 

Opportunity has hair in front, behind she is bald ; 
if you seize her by the forelock you may hold her, 
but, if suffered to escape, not Jupiter himself can 
catch her again. From the Latin. 



Lammas. Emanc. of slaves in British Dom. 
Mitrailleuses first used at Saarbruck by Fr. 
8th after Trinity. Loss of H.M. S. l^fegcera 

Battle of Weissenburg 

Atlantic Telegraph Cable laid 

Transfiguration Battle of Woerth 

Name ofjesii.s. Queen Caroline died 

French troops coneentrated at Metz 

Grtienwii h Observatory founded 

9tli after Trinity. Battle of Montmorenci . 

Battle of Lake Champlain : . . . 

George IV, King of England, born 

Bishop Jeremy Taylor died 

Great Battle at Met2 

Sir Walter Scott born 

Admiral Furragut, U.S.N., died 

10th after Trinity . Frederick the Great d 

Battle of Gravelntte 

Earl Russell born 

Battle of Saragossa *. . . . 

Prince of Wales landed at Quebec 

Battle of Bo.-nvorth 

Hong Kong taken 

lllh afte.r Trinity. Theodore- Hook died .. 

Michael Faraday died 

Prince Albert the Good born 

Bombardment of Algiers by British 

gvxtin Hip. Leigh Hunt died 

John l!npti<( beheaded. Gen. Napier died .. 

Louis Philippe died 

12th after Trin it if. 1st cut. Mt. Cenis tunnel 



1834 
1870 
1871 
1870 
1858 
1870 
1821 
1870 
1675 
1759 
1814 
1702 
1067 
1870 
1771 
1870 
1786 
1870 
1792 
1710 
I860 
1485 
1839 
1842 
LS07 
1819 
1810 
1859 
IS57 
1850 
1857 



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[1873. 



HOLYDAYS, REMARKABLE EVENTS, &o. 



SEPTEMBER. 



Though losses, and crosses 
Be lessons right severe, 
There s wit there, you ll get there 
You ll find no other where. Buns. 

What is ovtn poverty itself, that a man should 
murmur under it ? It is but as the pain of piercing 
a maiden s ear, and you hang precious jewels in the 
wound. Richter. 



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15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



Giles. Cartier. discovered River Saguenay.. 

Capitulation of Sedan 

Sir Edward Coke died 

Napoleon III. deposed and Fr. Repub. proc 

Bishop Bonner died 

Flight of the King of Naples 

13th aft. Trin. Enur. LossofH.M. S. Capt n 



*.wiw \MJ v. j. i viv, J.J-/1. Wf * J-AJOO \JL OJ.. 1U.. ij. l/(.d//(f flf 

M I Nat. of Mary. Garibaldi entered Naples.. 



Sevastopol taken 

Gold discovered in California. 

Mahomet born 

Blucher died 

Mont Cenis Tunnel opened. 



lUli aft. Trin. Holy Cross Day. Siege of Delhi 

Sir I. M. Brunei, engineer, died 

First railway opened 

W Lambert. First U. C. Parl. met at Niagara 

Versailles occupied by Prussians 

F Paris completely invested 

S Fall of the temporal power of the Pope.. .. 
S IMh aft Trin. Matthew. Sir Walter Scott d. 
M Bellini, composer, died 

Surrender of Toul 

W Rev. Henry Milman died 

T Felicia Hemans born 

F Cyprian. Philadelphia captured 

8 Capitulation of Strasburg , . . . 

S 16th after Trinity Battle of Marathon B.C. 

Michael. Crystal Palace, Toronto, opened 

Jerom. Flightof Queen of Spain into France 



1535 
1870 
1634 
1870 
1569 
1860 
1870 
1860 
1855 
1847 

569 
1819 
1871 
1S57 
1S5& 
1830 
1792 
1870 
1S70 
1870 
1832 
1835 
1S70 
1868 
1794 
1777 
1870 

400 
1858 
1868 



OCTOBER. 



Lives of great men all remind us 
We can make our lives sublime, 
And, departing, leave behind us 
Footprints on the sands of time. Longfellow. 
It is better to get wisdom than gold ; for wisdom is 
better than rubies, and all the things that may be 
desired are not to be compared to it. Prov. viii. 11. 



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Half-pen, post, intro. in Engl d 

Dr. Channing died 

Treaty of Limerick signed 

1st (Coverdale s) ed. English Bible printed . . 
17th after Trinity. Horace Walpole born. . 
Faith. Earthquake in Calabria, 4 villagesdes 

Rome annexed to Kingdom of Italy 

Destruction of Chicago, U. S., by fire 

Denys. Michael Cervantes born 

Intercolonial Conference met at Quebec. .. 

Caiinva, sculptor, died 

ISth after Trinity. Robert Stephenson died 

General Robert E. Lee died 

Great hurricane in Cuba 

Law of England introduced into U. Canada 

Battle of Leipsic 

Ktheldred. Lord Palmerston died 

Luke. Summer Palace at Pekin burnt .... 
19th aft. Trin. B. S. Cambria wr. off Ireland 
Earthquake shocks throughout Canada. . . . 
Battle of Trafalgar and death of Nelson .... 

First British Parliament 

Earl of Derby died 

Peace with China signed 

Crispin. Charge of Balaclava 

20th after Trinity, lioyal Charter lost 

Capitulation of Metz 

Simon and Judc. Alfred the Great died. . . 

John Leech, artist, died 

Treaty of Peace, Denmark, Austria and P rus 
Earl of Rosse died.. 



1870 
1842 
1691 
1535 
1717 
1870 
1870 
1871 
1547 
1864 
1822 
1859 
1870 
1870 
1792 
18.19 
1865 
I860 
1870 
1870 
1805 
1T07 
1869 
1860 
1854 
1859 
1870 
900 
1864 
1864 
1867 



NOVEMBER. 



Neither a borrower nor a lender be : 
For loan oft loses both itself and friend ; 
And borrowing dulls the edge of husbandry. 

Shakespeare. 

Nothing is likelier to keep a man within compass, 
than having constantly before his eyes the state of 
his affairs, in a regular course of account. Loolce. 



i \All Saints. India incor. with British Emp. 1858 
S ,21st aft. Trin. Insurrection in L. Canada. 1838 
M Tor., Grey & Bruce R. R. opened to Arthur 1871 

T (George Peabody died 1869 

WjBattle of Inkeruian 1854 

T {Leonard. Sir Charles Napier died 1S68 

F Battle of Mooltan 1848 

S [Milton died 1C74 

S 22nd aft. Trin. Prince of Wales born 1841 

M Martin Luther born 1483 

T Martin,. Battle of Chrysler s Farm 1813 

W Revolution in Berlin 1848 

T Britius. Battle of Windmill Point 1838 

F Battle of Smolnya 1812 

S ifachutut. Win. Pitt, Earl of Chatham, born 1708 
S 33rd aft. Trin. Duke D Aosta el. k. of Spain 1870 
.M fHicfiaclmaa fficrm beginz. Lucknow reliev d 1857 
T Severe storms on Lakes Erie and Ontario. . . 1869 
W Grand Duke Alexis of Russia ar. at New York 1871 

T Tobacco discovered 1492 

F Napoleon elected Emperor 1852 

S Cecilia. Amer. block, of Southern p ts raised 1861 
S lUh aft. Trin. Clement. Thomas Tallis died 1585 

M John Knox died 1572 

T Catharine. Bav. and Wurt. ent. N. Ger. Con 1870 

W Isaac Watts died 1748 

T Battle of Berezina , 1812 

F Washington Irving died ,. 1859 

3 Cardinal Wolsey died 1530 

S 1ft in Advent Andrew. J. Slier. Knowles d. 1862 



DECEMBER. 



Books we know 

Are a substantial world, both pure and good, 
Round which, with tendrils strong as flesh and blood 
Our pastime and our happiness can grow. 

Wordsworth. 

Examples preach to the eye care then, mine says, 
Not how you end, but how you spend your days. 
Henry Martyn. 



\\ 



Princess of Wales born 1844 

Battle of Austerlitz 1805 

Belzoni, traveller, died 1823 

Rout of the Army of the Loire 187o 

Alexandre Dumas died 187o 

fHtrf)achnas"3Icrm cntis. Nicolas. Ins.inCan. 1837 

2nd in Advent. Abol. of Suttees in India.. 1829 

oncep.ofB. V.Mary. Gen. SirW.F. Williams b 18QQ 

English Cathedral, Montreal, burnt ISgg 

Saat of French Gov. removed to Bordeaux. 187o 

Hiarlas XII. killed 17is 

apitulation of Phalsburg 170 

Lucy. Dr. Johnson died 1^84 

3rd in Advent. Prince Albert the Good died 18gj 

Re-interment of Napoleon in Paris 18^0 

George Whitefield born 

Beethoven, composer, born 

Lord Elgin s administration closed 

Fort Niagara captured ISjjj 

Grand Duke Alexis of Russia in Toronto .. 1871 
i in Advent. Thomas. Ben. Disraeli b. 18nr> 

Pilgrims landed at Plymouth 16 

W. M. Thackeray died 

Treaty of Ghent 18jJ 

Christmas Day. Compl. of Mont Gen s Tun. 18y 
Stephen. Stephen crowned King of England llgg 
John. Belgium independence achieved. ... 183^ 
1st aft. Christ. Innocents. Marsh. Prim assas. 1870 

Entry of Imperial Guards into Paris IS^g 

The Pretender died 17jj 

Sylvester. Montgomery repulsed at Quebec 1775 



20 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 



31 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

No. 1. Statement of the Receipts and Payments of Dominion of Canada from all sources, year ended June 30ih, 1871, 



RECEIPTS. 


AMOUNT. 


TOTAL. 


EXPENDITURE. 


AMOUNT. 


TOTAL. 


CONSOLIDATED FUND. 


$ cts. 
1,841,104 56 


$ cts. 


CONSOLIDATED FUND. 

Interest on Public Debt 


$ cts. 
5,165,304 24 


cts. 




4,295,944 72 




Charges of Management 


336,578 50 




p OL .f ()ffif<p 








59,458 32 




Ordinary Rev s $587 311 68 






Sinking Fuud 


421,666 24 




Mon. Order Office 19,74417 
Ocean Postage 5 574 82 






Premium Discount and Exch. 
Civil Government . . 


30,618 02 
642,300 50 






612 630 67 






314 410 98 




Pub Works including Rail ways 


,146,240 25 




Police 


39,547 35 




Bill Stamps 


183,319 42 




Pen itentianes 


219,212 25 




Casual 


19 737 18 




Legislation . 


356,205 84 






95,216 35 




Geolog. Surv. & Observatories 


45,779 82 






554,383 72 




Arts Agriculture & Statistics 


6,173 04 






39,588 96 




Census 


159,506 37 




Fines and Forf., incl. Seizures 
Prem Discount and Exchange 


47,877 28 
92,019 59 




Emigration and Quarantine . . 
Marine Hospitals 


71,790 03 
35,551 58 






30,409 41 




Pensions 


52,611 49 






21,345 28 




Militia and Enrolled Force . . . 


794,337 98 






36,750 65 




Protection of Frontier 


114,394 88 




Steamboat Inspection 


10 692 13 




Ocean & River Steam Service 


359*,038 83 






12,408 97 




Fisheries 


97,827 51 




Cullers . ; . . . . 


61,197 OS 




Li^ht- House & Coast Service. 


334,692 56 




Militia 


7,393 58 




Steamboat Inspection 


8.321 00 






124,817 85 




Public Works and Buildings. 


765,858 69 




Sundry Special Receipts .... 


5 487 61 




North-West Territory 


14 243 97 




Li^ht-House and Coast Service 


5 104 44 




Culling Timber 


0- 130 22 






5 120 99 






2 C 24 940 23 






3 248 30 






165 716 05 




Canada Gazette 


722 18 






12 880 49 






49 470 59 




Charges OH Revenue 






N. Scotia Railway Stores Ac t. 


27,194 73 




Customs 


500 441 49 




New Brunswick do. 


5,434 32 




Excise 


129 563 56 




Stvlas Public Works . 


700 00 




Post Office 


815 470 59 








19 335 560 81 




831 071 72 




LOANS 








31 818 35 




St/irlr 


208 292 92 




Minor Revenues 


3J618 43 














15,823,081 72 


Savings Banks 


1,493,861 69 


1 782 154 61 


REDEMPTION. 


f\AA QQQ 4.1 




OPEN ACCOUNTS. 






Savings Hanks 


335 931 58 














980 824 99 


Consolidated Fund Inves. Ac 
Bank of Montreal Advance Ac 
Great Western Railway Settle 


73,486 66 
7,263 00 
40,123 45 
692,058 67 




OPEN ACCOUNTS. 

Consol. Fund Invest. Acc t. 


1,019,633 32 

f >22 043 40 




ment Account 








Ql r. OOQ i o 




Province of Canada Debt Ac 


1,224 78 






2 866 376 44 




Ontario & Quebec, Special Ac 
Ontario & Quebec, Subsidy Ac 
Province of Ontario Debt Ac 


35,661 87 
1,725,156 45 
89,258 00 




Opening N. West Territory . 
N.W. Territory Expeditionarj 
Force 


263,421 53 

510 450 22 




Province of Quebec Debt Ac t 
Province of N. Scotia Debt Ac 
Prov. N. Scotia Debt Ac t, Sus 
Prov. N. Brunswick Debt Ac 


20,615 72 
461 36 
14,455 42 
5,732 74 
248 277 92 




Province of Canada Debt Ac 
Ontario & Quebec, Speu. Ac 
Province Ontario Dobt Ac t. 
Province Quebec Debt Ac t . 


4,607 39 
14,152 42 
1,153,598 (55 
790,000 00 




Widows Pensions and Uncom 
muted Stipends, U. & L. Can 


2,044 01 
567 11 




Prov. N. Brunswick Sus. -Ac 
Prov. Nova Scotia Debt Ac t 


5,732 74 
14,455 42 




Military Property 


265 10 






i o^ i f;K o 




Grown Agents of Colonies . . . 
Stationery Office Stock Ac t . 
Bank U. C. Liquidation Ac t . 


3,439 23 
80 23 
56,637 53 




Widows Pensions & Uncom 
muted Stipends, U. Canad 
Copyright Duties 


4,477 12 
52- 65 






48 313 70 














3ncr -I nt) nr 








Balance due by sundry Bank!n 
Accounts, 1870. 7,337,995 
Do. do. do. 219,302 7 


7118 rtQ9 V 




Bank of U. Canada, Trustee 
Advance -Ac t. ..$150,000 
Do. do. Adv. Ac. 32,437 6 


SK 




Leas Balance due by sundr 






Unpaid Dividends 


5 810 7-1 




Banking accounts, 1871. . . . 


6,516,948 4E 














fifll 74^ 09 






,10T,1U9 i>4 


Am t credited by Glynn, Mill 
& Co., Consolid. Fund acct 




1 095 00 


dited in Account 1868-69 t 






Am t erron. charged Civil Gov 






of Nova Scotia Convr. Ac t 




1 3 4tvl ->rl 


for Stationery in 1869-70, run 
transferred to Consol. Finn 




192 68 


This amount transferred froi 
Militia Suspense Account 
















,o0y ns 


Total 




24,785;869 97 


Total 




24.7S-5.StiO .7 



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Intercolonial Railway Commission Sj 
Unpaid Dividends 
Bank of Montreal Advance Account 
Excise Revenue Special Account . . . 
Copyright Duty 
Military Property ., 


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New 
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Co. Suspense Accoun 
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Co 
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Total.. 



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DEBENTURE DEBT. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, QUEBEC. 



[1873. 



No. 3. Statement of Outstanding Debentures, forming Funded Debt, Dominion of Canada, payable, therein, June 30, 1871. 



Years of 
Maturity. 


Province 
of Canada. 


New 
Brunswick 


* 

o 
fcda 


Dominion. 


!l 

o 
OH 


Years of 
Maturity. 


Province 
of Canada. 


J 

n 

*5 

cc 
$68,400 


ti 

ii 

$486,666 


11 
Dominion 


lj 

5S 


Past due 
1871 
1872 
1873 

1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1883 

Forw d . 


$ 667 
78.944 
606,748 
3K.722 
122,200 
63.470 
1.15,416 
26,413 
1(1.120 
] 33,ir.25 








$ 667 
78,944 
606,748 
36,722 
122,200 
550.136 
183.816 
26.413 
4,305,343 
133.925 


Forw d.. 

1884 
1885 
1886 
1893 
1895 
1896 
1898 
1896 


$1,193,727 
14,700 


$4,295,223 


$6,044,018 
14,700 
995,233 
5,600,000 
566,000 
40,000 
68,500 
80,000 
20,000 
















995,233 










5,600,000 




. 












566,000 




$486,666 




40.000 




$68,400 






68,500 










80,000 










4,295,223 


20,000 


















1.193,727 


68,400 


486,666 


4/295.223 


6.044.018 


Tota, 


6,888,447 196,900 1,481,900 


4,861,223 13,428,451 



No. 4. Statement of outstanding Debentures, forming Funded Debt Doin. of Canada, pay able- n London, June 30, 1871. 



When 
Redeemable. 


Total Sterling. 


Canada Currency 


When 

Redeemable. 


Total Sterling. 


Canada Currency. 


1872... 


s. d. 
55.800 
354.500 
691.500 
277.000 
111.600 
257.300 
1,564 400 
1,255.800 
275.000 
551,700 

25,1,700 
1 


$ Ct-i 

271.560 02 
1.725.233 34 
3.365.300 00 
1,348.068 67 
543,120 00 
1,252.193 34 
7,613,413 34 
6,111.560 01 
1,338.333 35 
2.684.940 02 
1,224,940 00 


Forward... 

1884 


s. d. 
5,646,300 
311.200 
6,720.636 2 8 
96.800 
117JOO 
347.400 
194.200 
144,000" 
1,500.000 
500,000 


$ eta. 
27.478,660 09 
1.5i4:&06 : 67 
32.707,095285 
471,093j38 
569,886 (,67 
1.690,680 00 
945, 06 67 
700,800 00 
7,300,000 Oil 
2,433,333 33 


1874 


1875. 


1885 


1876 


1886 


1877 


1887 


1878 


1888 


1879 


1889 


1880 


1890 


1881 


1st Oct., 1903 .... 
1st Oct., 1903 .... 

Tot>l 


1382 


1883 


Forward... 


5.646,300 


$27.478,660 09 


15.577.036 2 8 


$75,811,162 61 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, QUEBEC. 

No. 1. The Hon. J. 6. Robertson, Treasurer, in account ivitlt the Province of Quebec, fur fiscal year ended June 30, 1871. 



1870. 
June 30. 


DR. 


$ c. 

667 243 49 


1871. CR. 
June 30 Total payments $1 675 118 96 


. $ 


1871. 
June 30. 


Total receipts 


1,651 287 09 


Less Warrants unpaid 15,623 71 



1 659 495 5 










659 035 33 














Total 


2.318,530 58 


Total. 


2,318,530 58 



No. 2. Statement of Receipts and Payments of Prov. of Quebec, from all sources, during fiscal year ended June 30, 1871. 



RECEIPT .S. 

Dominion of Canada, on account 

Crown Lands Department 

Law Stamps 

Registration stamp* 

Inland Revenue Collectors, Licenses 

Law Fees, exclusive of Stamps 

Educational Keceipt* 

Public Works; grazing rent 

Casual Revenue 

Reformatory St. Vincent de Paul 

St. John s Lunatic As\lum 

Building and Jury Fund, excluS. of Stamps. 
Montreal Court House, exclusive o Stamps. 

Municipal Loan Fund 

Quebec Fire Loan 

Official Gazette 

Printing of the Laws 

Interest 

Administration of Justice 

Beauport Lunatic Asylum 

Refunds : Secretary Departm t of Education 

Special Police, 33 Vic c. 24, Commissioner 

Colonization Society, No. 3, L lslet 

Roads and Bridges, from J.D.E.Lionais,Sec. 

Legislative Council, Clnrk of Council 

Legislative Assembly, Clerk of Assembly. 

Accountant of Contingencies 



Total 1.651,287 09 



790,000 00 

535.414 96 

99,648 74 

8,845 70 

100,964 81 

8.699 85 

,629 04 

60 00 

1,008 70 

3,996 66 

365 00 

14.424 84 
3,695 92 

15,865 75 

5,688 30 

18,185 11 

12 00 

26.425 27 
5,665 63 

41 25 

733 00 

63 35 

150 00 

40 69 

139 90 

1,378 93 

1,244 09 



PAYSIE TS. 



Legislation 

Civil Government 

Administration of Justice 

Police 

Ref. Prison St. Vincent de Paul, Maintenance 

Prison Inspection 

Education 

Literary and Scientific Institutions 

Arts and Manufactures 

Agricultuie 

Immigration 

Colonization 

Public Works and Buildings 

Charities 

Registration Service, through Crown Lands. 
Surveys, " " 

General Expenditure " " 

Quebec Official Gazette 

Municipalities Fund, C. S., L. C.. c. 110, No. 7 

Arbitration under Constitutional Act 

Miscellaneous 

Aid to sufferers by Saguenay and Ottawa fires 

Licenses, Stamps, &e 

Disbursements by Sheriffs 

Collection Licenses 

Tavern Licenses paid to Municipxlities ,. 

Warrants outstanding 30th June, 1870 



Total 1,675,118 96 



$ c. 

128,921 93 

128,673 25 

271,212 13 

42,941 44 

24,299 75 

3,317 26 

273,413 41 

3,600100 

2,000 B 00 

59,748~79 

19,581 94 

221,652 30 

134,008|87 

172,193. 09 

16,202^70 

24,000 00 

53,498 47 

7,109 43 

494 00 

2,598 65 

9,013 44 

13,400 00 

2,116 45 

7,254 31 

11,394 96 

3,832 47 

33,639 92 



[338] 



1873.] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, PROVINCES. 



35 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, ONTARIO. 

No. 1. TJie Htm. Alex. Mackenzie, Treasurer, in account with tlie Province, of Ontario, for the year ending Dec. 31, 1871. 



1870. DR. 


* c.l 

199 006 33 


1871. 
Dec. 31 


C.. 


$ c. 

1,81686678 


1871 








1,192,333 33 




2,333.179 62 






500,000 00 


Withdrawn from Special Deposit ... 


1,150,000 00 




Balance . 


172,985 84 












Total 


3,682.185 95 




Total 


3 682,185 95 



No. 2. Statement nf the Entire Receipts and Payments of the Province (f Ontario, for year ending December 31, 1871. 



RECEIPTS. 


$ c. 
1,055,466 00 




85.038 20 




77.34370 i 




6.817 04 




453.403 20 : 




215.973 28 




31 009 94 




38.508 10 




14S 703 60 




58,558 55 




23.5P7 20 




5 014 12 




77,650 97 




35,450 65 




1.770 00 




15 232 96 




1 147 62 




570 82 




1 953 07 






Total .. 


2.333179 62 



PAYMENTS. 



Government House -. 

Lieutenant Governor s Office 

Attoiney General s Office 

Kx Cutive Council Office 

Treasury Department 

Secretary s IJepartm nt 

Public Works -Department 

Crown Lands Department 

Miscellaneous Salaries, &c 

Colonization Roads 

Legislation 

Administ ration of Just Ce 

Lunatic and other Asylums, maintenance ... 
Reformatory, Penetanguisheue, maintenance 

Immigration 

\i;riculfure and Mechanics Institutes 

H Spitals and Charities 

Literary and Scientific Institutions 

Education 

Charges on Revenue 

Miscellaneous , 

Public Works and Buildings 

Arbitration 

Municipalities Fund. 

Land Improvement Fund 



Total 1,816.86678 



f c. 

4,503 17 
1,801 33 
8,576 17 
1,665 80 
11,018 24 

19.176 10 
13,861 49 
38.338 8d 
15.67289 
55,409 04 

94.177 28 
182,621 71 
149,713 17 

21,710 00 
29,712 56 
74,927 90 
40,260 00 
1,350 00 

351,306 40 
69,989 97" 
34 641 90 

430,620 45 

2,669 98 

68.884 00 

94,258 43 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

No. 1. The Hon. Q. L. Hatheway in accfiunt with the Province of J\ r rw Brunswick for fiscal year ending Oct. 31, 1871. 



1870. 
Oct. 31. 


UK. 


$ c. 
83 064 86 


- ! 

Oct. 31 


CR. 
Total Payments 


$ <?. 
440 Q07 IV 


1871. 








Balance 


95,734 13 


Oct. 31. 


Total Receipts 


453 576 40 






















Total 


536.641 26 




Total 


536,641 26 



No. 2. Statement of Entire. Receipts and Payments of Province of JWia Ttrunswick, for fiscal year ending Oct. 31, 1871. 



RE EIPTS. 

Domini n of Canada: 

Yearly Subsidy 

Export Duty 

Casual and Territorial Revenue: 

Land 

Timber 

Contingencies 

RoyaltirH 

Supreme Cdi rt V- es 

Fees, 1 rovinci il Secretary s Office 

Sums Retur <!ed : 

Advance tn Frulericton Branch Railway... 

J. C. GouiiVi. Stationery allowance 

Hon. J. S. Covert. Sunbury Bye Roads 

II. W. Fifth I!e:ir Bounty 

G. C. Hunt. legislature, overpaid 

George J. Dibblee, Beai" Bounty 

Balance. advance for conveyance of Mails. 

Jonathan I m an. Bye Roads 

Interest on < oimiioiciiU Bank Liability 

Bronze coin circulated 

Lunatic Asylum, under 33rd Vic. cap. 25. . . . 

ISay ward property, Saint John 

BI Robinson, old copper coin 

Hon. D. W.i t k, old school books sold 

"W. F. Dibblee, auction duty 



314.637 60 
66,327 85 

26,645 34 

27!i4. r , i -7 

773 (18 



Total 453 576 40 



1,800 00 
0,133 95 

2,500 00 

600 

7 50 

1300 

7 30 

4000 

1,000 00 i 

1 00 I 

2.757 31 

684 <><> 

1,440 00 

41964 

20P24 

19 48 



PA^MLNTS. 

Audit, Office 

Agriculture 

Attorney General 

Board ofWoiks 

dye Roads 

Boards of Health 

Crown Lands aud Settlement of do., 

Cleik of I leas 

K-lucation 

lixteutive Goverument 

Knii^i-ation 



Fishery Societies ....................................... 

Lieutenant Govriiior s Private Secretary ...... 

Hospital, St. John ..... : ..................... 



Jury Fees ................................................ 

Legislature ............................................. 

Lunatic Asylum and Tracadie Lazaretto . . . . 

Marriage Certificates and Pensions ............. 

^ iscellaneous .......................................... 

Queen s Printer 



lUihvay Subsidies, including Carleton Rway 
I nwniial Secretary and Receiver General... 



S eam Navigation 
Unforeseen 



Total 



$ c. 

1,703 61 

11,603 86 

2,696 56 

"111,503 42 

64.745 36 

6,462 77 

9.401 80 

1.62753 

132.247 23 

3,323 93 

81656 

2,093 74 

16000 

1,071 13 

1.20000 

1.099 54 

5.630 80 

82,855 59 

27,200 00 

1.10250 

2,300 00 

7.71571 

2,800 00 

6,271 17 

1,500 00 

1,174 12 



440,907 13 



[339] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, NOVA SCOTIA COMMEECE. 



[1873.. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

No. l.T7ie Hon. W. Annand, Treasurer, in account with the Province of Nova Scotia, for the year ending Dec. 31, 1871, 



1870. 
Dec. 31. 


Balance 


$ c. 
64,970 14 


Dec 31. Total Payments 


$ c. 


1871, 
Dec. 31. 


Total Receipts 


602 179 74 








Balance (Canada cur ncy $9,295 00) 


9,549 66 


i 






Total 


676,699 54 


Total 


676,699 54 



No. 2. Statement of the Entire Receipts and Payments of the Province of Nova Scotia, for the year ending Dec. 31, 1871. 



RECEIPTS. 
Dominion of Canada : 

Subsidy 

Cash received from advances 

Crown Land Department, for land Bold 

Hospital for Insane 

Local Works 

Mines 

Interest 

Fees, Ac., Provincial Secretary s Office 

Marriage Licenses ...; 

Private Bills 

Trespasses 

Royalty on Coal 

Cumberland County 

Packets and Ferries 

Special 



Total 602,17974 



f 



C, 



443,984 84 

97462 

35,647 45 

30,464 06 

16952 

19,965 32 

3,417 28 

30488 

3,809 82 

460 00 

4400 

46,943 35 

3,000 00 

2,885 00 

10,109 60 



PAYMENTS. 

Advances and Contingencies 

Coroners Inquests 

Criminal Prosecutions 

Crown Land Department 

Education 

Hare s Lot and Brown Fund 

Legislative Expenses 

Local Works 

Mines 

Miscellaneous Expenses 

Poor s Asylum and Transient Peor 

Provincial and City Hospital 

Public Printing 

Salaries to Officers of Government... 

Steamboats, Packets and Ferries 

Railway Damages (Pictou Railway) 

Marriage Licenses 

Spec al 

Navigation Securities 

Agriculture 

Road Service 



Total 676,69954 



1,874 62 

1,559 86 

1,620 80 

27.339 73 

183.679 70 

79214 

35,132 02 

63,567 12 

11,521 83 

22.082 72 

20,189 06 

4,000 00 

4,31350 

22.054 97 

12.31674 

15250 

15600 

10,2256 96 

11,4896 25 

6.000 00 

236,630 02 



COMMERCE, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

No. 1. Statistical View of the Commerce, of the Dominion of Canada, during Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1S71. 



COUNTRIES, ETfc. 


COMMERCE. 


SHIPPING. 


Value of 
Exports. 


| Value of 
Goods En 
tered for 
Consump. 


Duty. 


Tonnage of British 
Vessels. 


Tonnage of Foreign 
Vessels. 


TOTAL. 


Entered 
Inwards. 


Cleared 
Outwards. 


Entered 
Inwards. 


Cleared 
Outwards. 


Great Britain 


$ 
24,173,224 
30,975,642 
76,376 
16,235 
117,079 
8,835 
57,467 
1,439,704 
2,104,062 
1,773,334 
720,681 


$ 
49,168,170 
29,022,387 
1,265,183 
576,332 
430.364 
173,210 
171,584 
1,937,432 
839,523 
2,055,597 
79,207 
442,401 
499,755 


$ 

6,561,661 
2,325,906 
411,970 
200,466 
82,994 
289,060 
31,622 
161,594 
301,696 
867,374 
9,760 
154,915 
35,641 


} 

- 4,503,836 
1 


4,481,317 




2,072,935 


2,067,940 


,__ * N 
Entered Inwards, 6,576,771. 

Cleared Outwards, 6,549,257. 


"United States 


frauce 


Germany 


Spain 


Holland 


Belgium 


Brit. North Amer. Prov. 
British West Indies 
Foreign West Indies 
South America 


China and Japan 


Other Countries 


380,758 
9,853,033 


Goods not Produce 


Esti. amt. short returned 
at Inland Ports 
Add differ, of currency at 
Ports in Nova Scotia . . 


2,448,668 





20,163 
16,794 

392,670 


Add col. at Ports no ret 
Add addi. duty of 5 p. c. 
to 16th March, 1871 .. 










Add exp. from Manitoba, 
3 months, to June 30,71 
Add eut. for consump. in 
Alanitoba, for 6 months 
ending 30th June, 1871 

Less diff. bt. Nova Scotia 
and Dominion currency 






74,143,098 
30,520 


80,661,145 


11,864,291 


286,337 


15,723 




74,173,618 


86,947,482 


11,880,014 
36,359 






74,173,618 


86,047,482 


11,843,655 



[340] 



1873.] 



COMMERCE EXPORTS. 



37 



COMMERCE (continued). 

No. 2. Comparative Sto.temeht shewing the Total Value of Exports, the Total Valve of Goods Imported and Entered 
for Consumption, and the Amount of Duties Collected in the Dominion of Canada, during the Fiscal Years ending 
respectively on the 30th June, 1870 and 1871. 



PROVINCES. 


Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1870. 


Fiscal Ye^ar ending 30th June, 1871. 


Total 
Exports. 


Total 
Imports. 


Ent rd for 
Consump. 


Duty. 


Total 

Exports. 


Total 
Imports. 


Ent rd for 
Consump. 


Duty. 




$ 

24,659,399 
37,807,468 
5,803,417 
5,303,206 


$ 
26,135,170 
32,883,916 
8,940,800 
6,854,447 


$ 
24,530,457 
32,166,288 
8,008,031 
6,532,827 


$ cts. 
2,421,710 SO 
4,860,859 31 
1,162,592 51 
1,017,777 82 


$ 

23,086,535 
39,021,706 
6,516,927 
5,517,930 

30,520 


$ 

33,773,678 
43,094,412 
10,678,543 
8,292,275 


$ 
29,025,243 
40,108,120 
9,483,068 
8,044,714 


S ets. 
3,335,662 49 
5,951,847 26 
1,363,470 85 
1,213,311 17 






New Brunswick . . 
Manitoba, 3 m tlis 
to 30th June, 71 
Manitoba, 6 m ths 
to 30th June, 71 

Lessdiff. b. N.Sco. 
and Domin. cur. 

Total .... 










254,063 


286,337 


15,723 22 












73,573,490 


74,814,339 


71,237,603 


9,462,940 44 


74;173,618 


96,092,971 


86,947,482 


11,880,014 99 
36,359 24s 
















73,573,490 


74,814,339 


71,237,603 


9,462,940 44 


74,173,6181 96,092,971 


86,947,482 


11,843,655 75 



No. 3. Total Imports^ into Dominion of Canada from 
Foreign West Indies, during Fiscal year ending 30th 
June, 1871. 



PROVINCES. 


DIRECT. 


THROUGH 
UNITED STATES. 


Ontario 


$ 322 


$ 255,957 


Quebec 


515 331 


675,854 


Nova Scotia 


723 244 




New Bmns wick 


196 017 


48 








Total . 


1.434.914 


931.859 



No. 4. Statement of Goods in Warehouse under Bond in 
the Dominion of Canada, 30th June, 1871, shewing the 
amount of Duty chargeable thereon at that date. 



PROVINCES. 

% 


VALUE. 


DCTY CHARG BLE 

THF.REON. 


Ontario 


$2,362 651 


$ 467,159 


Quebec 


3,485,376 


1,507,482 


Nova Scotia 


1,155 181 


492,366 


New Brunswick 


859,319 


472,998 








Total . 


7.662,527 


2.940.005 



No. 5. Statement of the Value of Foreign Goods imported into the Dominion oj Canada via United States, also Goods 
the produce or manufacture\pf the United States, during thz Fiscal year ending 30th June, 1871. 



DESCRIPTION. 


ONTARIO. 


QUEBEC. 


* NOVA 
SCOTIA. 


* NEW 
BRUNSWICK. 


TOTAL. 


Foreign Goods via United States in Bond 


$5 196,323 


$8 188,857 






113,385,180 


purchased in U. States markets . . 
Goods produce of United States 


1,616,389 
14 679,645 


2,503,816 
7,017,751 








4,120,205 
21,697,396 














Total.. 


21.492.357 


17.710.424 






39,202,781 



* No Official Returns from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. 



. EXPORTS, DOMINION" OF QANADA. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Exports, the growth, produce and manufacture of the Dominion of Canada, exported 

during the fiscal year ending ZQth June, 1871. 



DESCRIPTION. 


ONTARIO. 


QUEBEC. 


N. 8COTU. 


N.BKUNS K. 


MANITOBA* 


TOTAL. 


Produce of the Mine . 


1 994 280 


256 633 


797.997 


172 551 




3 221 461 


" Fisheries 


89479 


678,162 


2,852 255 


374 379 




3 994 275 


" Forest 


6 107 733 


12138 510 


1 063 140 


3 042 828 


75 


22 352,286 


Animals and their produce 


6 786 5S2 


6319351 


405 568 


7] 454 


25,581 


12 608 506 


Agricultural Products 


4,978,668 


4,588.473 


232,489 


53.516 


778 


9,853,924 




313 869 


784 677 


295 320 


807 465 


483 


2 201 814 


MiKr.pllnenii Artii>)pn -.,,,,,, 


256 133 


79,959 


32,289 


19 173 


3 392 


390946 


Ships built at Quebec : No. 20, tons 14,688 




558,144 








558144: 


Coin and Bullion . 


] 261 598 


5 325 402 


2 ,350 


83 000 




6 690 350 


Goods not produce 


428 475 


7 713475 


817,519 


893 564 


211 


9 853 244 


Estimated amounts short returned 


1 869 748 


678,920 








2,448,668 
















Totals . , 


$23,086.535 


39,021,706 


6,516,927 


5,517,930 


3U.520 


74.173.6i a 



* For the three months only ending 30th June, 1871. 

[341] 



38 



IMPORTS, PROVINCE S. 



[1873. 



IMPOSTS, ONTAEIO. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Imports, Duty collected, etc., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1871. 



I M P OK T i 



Dutiable Goods $ 

Free Goods 

For. Reprints of Brit. Copyright Works 
ADD 5 p. c. add. duty prey, to Mar. 16, 71 



Total. 



....$ 



.TOTAL 
VALUE. 


FROM WHAT COUNTRY IMPORTED. 


AMOUNT OP 
DUTY. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


BRITIaH COLONIES. 


U. STATES. 


OTHER 
COUNTRIES. 


N.AMERICA. 


W. IND. 


19.236.035 
9,786,558 
2,650 


11,908,197 
977,041 


90 

3,025 


.,14,348 


6,543;035 
8,799.520 
2,650 


770,365 
6,972 


3,187,791 25 














114,603 03 














29,025.243 


12,885,238 


3,115 


14.348 


15,345,205 


777,337 


3,302,394 28 



IMPORTS, QUEBEC. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Imparts, Duty collected, <6c., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1871. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


FROM WHAf COUNTRY IMPORTED. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY, 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


BRITISH COLONIES. 


U. STATES. 


OTHER 
COUNTRIES. 


N.AMERICA. 


W. IND. 


Dutiable Goods $ 


27,945,441 
12,161,427 
1,252 


19,450.129 

6,637,115 


343,723 

292,797 


165,861 
164,610 


4,412,140 
4,621,036 
1,252 


3,573,568 
445,869 


5,747,090 18 


Free Goods 


For. Reprints of Brit. Copyright Works 
ADD 5 p.c. add. duty prev. to Mar.16, ; 71 

Total $ 












201,959 39 














40.108,120 


26.087,2-14 


636,520 


330,471 


9,034,428 


4,019,457 


5,949.049 57 



IMPOETS, NOYA SCOTIA. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Imports, Duty collected, <fe., during tJie fiscal year ending ZQth June, 1871. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUI. 


FROM WHAT COUNTRY IMPORTED. 


AMOUNT OP 
DDTY. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


BRITISH COLONIES. 


U. STATES. 


OTHER 

COUNTRIES. 


N.AMERICA. 


W. IND. 


Dutiable Goods $ 


6,532,073 
2,950,940 
55 


4.319,890 
1,023,528 


9,372 
927,019 


254.587 
46,251 


1,383,639 
935,625 
55 


564 585 
18,517 


1,296,359 07 


Free Goods 


For. Reprints of Brit. Copyright Works 
ADD Collected at Baddeck. No returns 
Port Mul grave, do. 
ADD Biff, cur cy rec d at Halifax, &c. 
Five p. ct. add. duty to Mar. 16, 1871 

Total $ 












811 76 
5,160 99 
20,163 16 
40,975 87 


















































9,483.068 


5.343,418 


936.391 


300,838 


2.319.319 


583.102 


1,363.470 85 



IMPORTS, NEW BEUNSWICK. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Imports, Duty collected, tc., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1871. 



- 

IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


FROM WHAT COUNTRY IMPORTED. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


BRITISH COLONIES. 


U. STATES. 


OTHER 

COUNTRIES. 


N.AMERICA . 


\r. IND. 


Dutiable Goods $ 


6.094,476 
1,950,142 
96 


3,997,919 
833,151 


1,861 
359,545 


191,733 
1,146 


1,634,406 
688,933 
96 


268,557 
67,36% 


1,167,357 16 


Free Goods 


For. Reprints of Brit. Copyright Works 
ADD Coll. at Woodstock. No returns 
Five p.c. add. duty to Mar. 16, 1871. 

Total $ 












10.822 14 
35,131 87 


























8,044,714 


4,831,070 


361,406 


192,879 


2,323,435 


335,924 


1,213 311 IT 





IMPOETS, MANITOBA. 

^Summary Statement of the Value of Imports, Duty collected, cfo., during the Six Months ending 3Qth June, 1871. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


FROM WHAT COUNTRY IMPORTED. 


AMOUNT OP 
DUTY. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


UNITED 

BfATES. 


* PROV. 
ONTARIO. 


* PROV. 
QUEBEC. 


Dutiable Good s . 


286,337 


139,415 


112,163 


17,243 


17,516 


15,723 22 





The Manitoba Returns do not designate the foreign countries from which the goods represented by these values 
were imported ; but though mentioned incorrectly as Imports from two other Provinces of the Dominio n, they are no 
doubt foreign goods removed in bond. 

[342] 



1873.] 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, PROVINCES. 



39 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, ONTARIO. 

Statement of the Value of Exports, the Value of Goods Imported, and the Ammmt of Duty collected, at each Part in 
the Province nf Ontario, during the Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1871. 



POMS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


POKTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUT5T. 


Amherstburgh 


$125.330 
520.526 
62.175 
60,980 
644,153 
90.852 
459.732 
22.078 
2,630.670 
436.988 
18.356 
74.829 
65.362 
114.076 
178,712 
34240 
70.262 
9,811 
2,0 0,511 
65.015 
35.019 
276.689 
711.191 
1,121.020 
1,435.404 
74,720 
1,098,323 
222.874 
426,936 
57,564 


$31,972 
146.641 
255,037 
5,776 
493,303 
4.72S 
97,631 
86,283 
2,286,427 
95,770 
16,320 
30.86 
45,077 
194,056 
14.789 
138,829 
15,020 
1.249 
73,364 
56,447 
213,247 
359,276 
4,046,437 
268.571 
7,923,378 
3,777 
1,337,655 
67,032 
103.663 
50,008 


$1,398 83 
35,002 55 
41,943 09 
558 25 
41,289 70 
1.299 83 
13.176 22 1 
3,967 84 
134.043 39 
10,173 34 
1,502 04 
2,077 97 
1.500 08 
29,992 45 
3,391 49 
7,838 25 
1,648 55 
902 32 
6,927 28 
3.894 5 
9.944 02 
48,996 90 
600.743 37 
22.560 69 
136,387 45 
354 80 
233,12<i 96 
1,023 56 
11,991 84 
8,243 57 






$13,404 

9.961 
149,821 
1,274.281 
9.934 
199.504 
2899 
27.087 
226.9o6 
8,093 
1,340.859 
647.368 
082 
63,78S 
61,360 
155.907 
10,354.205 
10.058 
10.294 
6 i.774 
567.774 
107.336 


$1.677 27 
1.140 88 
10,643 27 
146,054 45 
716 94 
7,363 22 
362 15 
2:706 75 
12.942 42 
12.685 81 
52.353 39 
29.2S5 15 
69 63 
8.097 85 
4 555 88 
14.814 40 
1,54(5,100 56 
710 37 
2,429 12 
11.947 01 
39 894 48 
13.210 28 


Belleville 


Oakville 


$91,660 
71.398 
1,382.255 
5,176 
84,326 
111,770 
187,379 
701,414 
187,526 
64.886 
458.358 
12,613 
629.899 
131,532 
211,621 
2,118,978 
471,852 
275.22U 
303,866 
457.558 
163.102 




Oshawa.. 








Owen Sound 


Burwell 


Paris 




Penetanguishene 




Clifton 


Prescott 










Cornwall 


garuia 


Cratnahe 


Sau^een .. 




Sault Ste Marie 


Dover 




Dundas 


Stratford 


Dunnville 


Toronto . 


Elgin 




Fort Brie 


Wallateburgh 

Whitby 


Gananoque 


Goderich 


Windsor 


Guelph 






Estimated Arnt. short 
ret d at Inl d Ports. 
Copyrights .. 


Hope 


21,216,787 
1,869,748 


33,771,028 3,335.662 49 

. .. i 


Kingston 


Kingsville 


London 


2,650 




Morrisburgh 


TOT * LS 






Napanee 


,23,086,535 


53,773,678 


3,335,662 49 









EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, QUEBEC. 

Statement of the Value of Exports, tlie Value of Goods Imported, and the amount of Duty collected, at each Port in 
the Province of Quebec, during the Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 1871. 



H^JPORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 




8 69,844 
3,01 
95,376 
46,228 
341,508 
324,618 
28,069 

10,720,888 
34: 

12,683, J04 


8 8,630 
4J7,329 
15,764 
5,859 
117,808 
16,995 
7,853 
4,386 
35,305,497 


$ 1,041 32 
12. -201 07 
1,322.78 

486 65 
17,0 j:-! 114 
831 87 
647 27 
783 40 
5,140,: ,: ,! (Mi 
20,97:1 96 
105 M 
4S4 01 
718,671 < 


Uimouski 


$ 58,429 
40,742 
4,067,434 
357,917 
55,689 
98,470 






Coaticook 


Russeltown 


$ 17,216 
477,470 
144,872 
11,128 

94,255 


$ 1,064 27 
17.417 67 
12.025 60 
881 75 
5,071 77 


Dundee 




Frelighsburgh 


Stanstead . 


Gaspe 


Suttop . 


Hemmingford 


Three Rivers 


Lacolle 


Estim. amt. short 1 
ret. at Inl. Ports f 
Copyrights 


Magdalen Islands . . 
Montreal 


38,442,786 
578,920 


43,093,1(10 


5,951,847 26 




Philipsburgh 


1,191 

.5,300 
0,277,370 


1,252 




Potton 


Total 






Quebec 


39,021,706 


43,094,412 


5,951,847 26 


iV-. 





EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Statement of the Vain* nf Exports, the Value of G<wh Imported, and the amount of Duh/ collected at each Port in 
the Province of New Brunswick-, d u-inn t>u Vir&il }<>/ -fh June, 1871. 



PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


PUTT. 


Bathurst 


$100,443 
18.247 
17,280 
8.166 

m 

90.770 
52784 

152, iH 
21 805 
198 
160,955 


$80,687 
1,091 
13,921 
14,130 
191,001 
75.24S 
11,380 
161,320 
15,293 
90.599 
80,744 
43,231 
9,866 
43,014 


$22,>:-! 
820 
4,77 
3,Ki7 13 
34.746 68 
15.211 Oii 
1.896 81 
45.849 01 
I.<i2,; 11 
10.0 

6,256 87 | 
3,518 58 i 
5.757 31 i 




$209.122 
38,855 
69,198 
116,089 
:;.724.325 
99.771 
16,587 


$323,431 
^.liJ:H 
119.609 

17,8 
6,60i 
866 

2,175 


$ 557 43 
5.718 29 
20.384 38 
2.S10 41 
936 360 79 
62,002 43 
1.975 17 
10,822 14 


Bay Verte 




Campo Bello (Welc p) 
Caraquette 






Chatham 


Sf J llm . . 


Dalhousie 


tepbens 


Dorchester 


\\V-it i-li>-< 


Prederictou 


Woodstock 


Hillsborough 


Copyright Works. .. . 









5,517,930 


8.292,17!) 
96 


1, - 13,311 17 


Newcastle 


Kichibiicto 


Total 








6,517,930 


8,292.275 


1,213,311 17 


Sackvillu 


32,025 







[343] 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS EXCISE. 



[1873. 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, NOVA SCOTIA 





PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 

$ 96,256 
29.791 
31.005 
61,388 
1,097 
44,171 
12,654 
70.891 
42,849 
8,664,139 
140.103 
25,832 
60.656 
58,220 
115,102 
8,787 


BUTT. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


Amherst 
Annapolis 


$103,861 
112.711 
107,988 
38,810 
5,407 
23,151 
1,333 
108.018 
87,769 
3,806,391 
232.746 
127,071 
217,214 
25,960 
347:365 
11,657 


$18.186 49 
5.946 28 
9.264 27 
5,528 14 
3,720 87 
2,238 59 
2.151 79 
3.751 76 
4.944 47 
1,147.276 3i 
12.419 50 
2 005 67 
4.389 71 
4.643 56 
7.367 68 
571 51 


1 Parrsborough 


j 89,456 
17.453 
219.222 
487 
18,968 


$21.474 
21,401 
378,625 
20.244 
686 


$6,882 50 
907 64 
33,052 71 
3,178 14 
1,890 41 
*5,160 99 
1,260 28 
6,605 90 
4,644 60 
11.206 03 
54,225 14 




Pictou 


Arichat 


Port Hawkesbury .... 
Port Hood 


Baddeck 


Barrington 


Port Medway 


Bridgetown 


Port Mulgrave 


Cornwallis 


Shelburne 


4.746 
277.612 
71,033 
91,144 
349.354 


11,456 
90,521 
46,895 
125,231 
519,619 


Digby 
Halifax 


Weymouth 


Liverpool 


j "Windsor 


Loche Port 


Yarmouth 


Londonderry 


Copyrights 


Lunenburg 


6.516,927 


10.678,488 
55 


1,363,470 86 


Margaretsville 




Total 








6,516,927 


10,678,543 


1,363,470 85 


* Deposited by Collector of Port Mulgrave. No returns furnished to the Department 



EXCISE, DOMINION OF CANADA 



Provinces. 


No. of 
| Manufactu rs. 


Quantity of Material u.-ed. 


Tobacco. 


Cigars. 


Snuff. 


I Uty. 


Produce 
of 
Canada. 


c 8 

Is 

Ibs. 

2,187,562 

2-11.564 

Ou5,474 


b 9 

c *" 


to 

K r v 


Duty. 


Duty. 


Duty. 


Duty 
Collected 
ex Manu 
factory. 


Duty 
Goods 
Ware 
housed. 


Total Dnty 


Ontario ... 
Quebec ... 
NewBrun. 
Nova Scot. 

Total .... 


50 
36 
7 
6 


Ibs. 

47,486 
47,562 


Ibs. 

248.948 
919,622 
31.928 

88,030 


Ibs. 
2.483,966 

27.U92 
753,504 


$ c. 

286,501 24 
759,390 12 
33,113 40 
92,665 05 


$ c. 

28,471 50 
8,292 00 
1,178 10 


$ c. 
8700 
18,923 25 


$ c. 
65.541 89 
00,733 59} 
1.651 c5 
1,97820 


$ c. 
252.077 85 
688,571 77} 
33,089 85 
90,986 85 


$ c. 

317,61974 
788,30537 
34,641 60 
92,96505 


99 | 95,048 


9,096,639 


1,288,528 


10,480,265 


1,171,729 81 


37,941 60 


19,010 25 


168,805 335 


1064,726324 


1,233,53176 




of Distilleries and Quantity of Spirits produced, Number of Breweries and 
-, in Canada, during fiscal years ending June 30, 1869, 1870, 1871. 



a 

Ont. 
Qu. 
N.B. 

N.S. 

Tot. 


Number of 
Distilleries. 


Proof Spirits Distilled. 


ExdpeDuty 
collected 
and 
accruing. 

$ c. 
3,123,574 24 
207,076 91 

10,654 85 


Number of 
Breweries. 


Malt Liquor Brewed. 


Duty 

collected. 

$ c. 

80 7T 
2,046 45 

2,127 22 


CO 

rH 


o 
So 


on 
19 


1869. 
3,781,589 


1870. 

Gallors. 

3,252,820 
223,426 


1871. 

Gallons. 

4.958,055 
328,693 


to 

00 

rH 

107 
17 
5 
5 


o 
oc 


I* 
t- 

00 

1 < 


1869. 

Gallons. 
4.063.908 
2.924.350 
276,830 

338,960 


1870. 

Gallons 
3.947,251 

2.815.656 
157,120 
370.513 


1871. 

Gallons. 
4,966,398 

2.892,490 
1.V2.420 
445.788 


26 


25 
2 


112 
20 
5 


119 
21 
4 


1 

27 


1 

28 


JL 

23 


443 

3.782.032 


8,339 
3 484.585 


16,422 


5.3f3171 


3.341.30600 |il34 


143 


149 


7.fl3.548 


7,290 540 1 8.457.1.96 



No. a.-Slatement f tended Manufactories in the Dominion of Canada, then-ing flie Articles Manufactured, and 
the .Duties accruing thereon, during the fiscal year ending on the 30th June, 1871. 



INLAND 

REVENUE 
DIVISIONS. 


No. of 
| Manufact rie 


Quantities of 
Materials used. 


Product of Bonded Manufactories. 


Duty Accru 
ing on Goods 
Warehoused. 


T) 
| 5 

ii si 

&o 5Z 

g j 

$ c. 

10,69154 
5,15397 
44661 
2,54672 
1,45014 

20. 288 98 


Spirits 
at 
Proof. 


Other 
Commo 
dities. 


Vinegar 
at 
3 cents, 
per gall. 


Burning 
Fluid at 
$1 20 p. 
gallon. 


Methylatd 
Spirits, at 
12 cents 
per gall 


Ginger Wine 
at c. per 
gal. & 25 p. c. 
ad valorem. 


Syrups at 
1 ct. per Ib. 
and 25 p. ct. 

ad valorem. 


Hamilton .. 
Toronto .... 
Windsor.. .. 
Montreal . . 
8t.John,N.B 

Total.... 


8 

3 

2 
2 
1 


Gallons. 

98,183.17 
47,836.61 
8,911.57 
22,718.15 
12,532.42 


Gall " 3 
1,0 j 


Gallons. 
274,547i 
212,205 
S5,765J 


Gallons. 
3,176.25 


Gallons. 
25,915.67 


Gallons. 


bs. 


S c. 
15,15789 
6,366 14 
1,07266 
9,24251 
1,907 13 














819.50 


nil. 
63,571 




14,502.38 


970 


199 




11 


190,181.92 


54,096 91 


586,079 


3,176.25 


40,418.05 


970 


199 


33,74633 


utner commodities : Montreal, 3,157 Ibs. | Domestic Liquors 80 cents par gallon : Montreal, 9,057- 92 gals 
[344] 



1873.] 



EXCISE BANKS. 



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$ 
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134 
136 


1871 
Ont. 
Qu. 
N.B. 


50 
2 


Gallons. 
17.711.513 
204,837 


Gallons. 

11,628,429 
61,332 


$ 
581,421 
3,066 


$ 
22,079 
296 


~$ 
605,! 
8,i 


150 


N.S. 


... 


I 







1721 




,648 


Tot. 




17.910.350 11.689.761 


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[345J 



Gallons. 

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42 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION. 



[1873. 



CARRYING TRADE AND NAVIGATION OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 

No 1-^StateiiKHit stowing Number and Tonnage of Vessels which arrived at and departed Jrom the several Provinces 
in the Dominion of Canada, during the Fiscal Year ending 30th June, 18,1. 



PROVINCES. 


VESSELS ARRIVED. 


VESSELS DEPARTED. 


British. Foreign. 


Total. 


British. 


Foreign. 


Total. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 

126851 
149S53 
323472 


No. 


Tons. 

983433 
S38013 
773014 




1151 
5135 

2343 


795991 

717498 
408049 


227 
523 
974 


103659 
156830 
339546 

600035 
1472900 


1378 
S658 
3317 


899650 
874328 
747595 


1285 

4292 
2356 


856582 
688660 
449542 


262 
463 
917 


1547 
4755 
3273 




New Brunswick 




8629 
13610 


1921538 
2582298 


1724 
75S7 


10353 

21197 
31550 


2521573 
4055198 


7933 
12948 



24S6533 


1642 
7564 


599676 
1468264 


9575 
20512 


2594460 
3954797 


Vessels employed in the Tri- 
land Trade between Ontario 
and Quebec aud the U. S. . . 

Total 


239 4503836 9311 


2072935 


6576771 


20881 


4481317 


9206 206-7940 30087 


6549257 



Xo.^-Statementshowing the Nuribcr and Tonnage of Steamers and Sailing Vessels luilt and those registered in the 
several Provinces of the Dominion of Canada, during the Fiscal Year ending SOtt June, 1871. 



PROVINCES. 


BUILT. 


BEGISTERED. 


Steam. 


Sail. 


Total. 


Steam. 


Sail. 


Total. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


No. 


Tons. 


. 


20 
13 
2 

7 


2,457 
726 

26 
259 


35 
67 
144 
101 


5,320 
19,938 
44.281 
33,094 


55 
SO 
146 
108 


7,777 
20,664 
44,307 
33,353 


19 

22 
4 
5 


2,077 
2,245 
567 

222 


65 
104 
199 

122 


6,993 
26,002 
47,103 
36,515 


84 
126 

20:i 
127 


9,070 

28,247 
47,670 
36,737 






New Brunswick 


Total 42 


3,468 


;<: 


102,633 


389 


106,101 


50 


5,111 


490 


116,613 


540 


121,724 



, shewing the total 





ARTICLES. 


Welland 


Canal. \ St. Law. Canals 


Chambly 


Canal. 


Burlington 
Bay Canal. 


St. Ann s Lock 


Ottawa and 
I Jidea-u Canals. 


Tons. 


i 
Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. . 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 

~$~ 
5,614 
33 
19,054 

"55 

174 
92 
602 
1,021 


Vessels of all kinds. 
Passengers (No ) 
Produce of Forest... 


1,554,118 
8,147 
321,105 
201 

2,492 
668.07 b 
24,320 
201.507 
221,359 


$ 
35,722 
727 
36,285 
49 
717 
126.746 
3,763 
41.033 
: 41,186 


1,339.000 
48,568 
681,382 
2,908 

5:21:: 
135.4U 
16,581 

| 122.08- 
48,68 


12,268 
2 742 

10.S18 
274 
1,027 
21.687 
2.029 
17.905 
7.024 


458,415 
2.761 
472,170 
226 

281 
7.030 
5,988 
15,487 
4S.26C 


$ 
5,691 
43 
23.195 
11 
40 
642 
600 
1,821 
1 4,831 


262.411 
12,278 
20,943 
26 
2,294 
37,428 
2,698 
27,281 
10.573 


$ 
1,058 
122 
463 
2 
209 
2,649 
190 
2,017 
836 


420,607 
27.31(3 
344,334 
663 
352 
1,955 
1,669 
6,643 
3.346 


$ 
1,132 
77 
5,565 
35 
17 
84 
83 
27S 
16S 


623,670 
1.307 
559,438 
13 
744 
3,341 
1,733 
13.423 
15.953 


Animal Produce 
Vegetable Food 
Agricult. Products- 
Manufactures 


Merchandize 







M 



fiscal year ended 30tt June, 1871, and the 2 


VESSELS. 


Total 

Number. 


From Canadian 
to Canad. Ports. 


From Canad. 
to Am. Ports. 


From Amer. 
to Am. Ports. 


From Amer. 
o Can. Ports. 


Total 
Tons. 


Amount 
of 
Tolls. 

$ cts, 
12.779 53 
12.146 47 
4,563 66 
1,029 48 
1,050 72 
5,285 83 


132,792 

27 ,871 
95,682 
191,379 
264,084 


Down. 


Up. 


Down. 


Up. 

1,434 

21 


Down. 


Up. 


Down. 


Canadian Ves. & Steamers. 


4,270 
12.750 
4.557 
1.468 
5,224 
8,39b 


165.575 
522.^01 
28.112 
104.110 

1:17.725 
260,093 


130.038 
15,146 
149.102 
4,14 2 


2T.963 
116,155 




28,136 
5,358 


133.850 
15.507 
167,929 


B25,f88 

1,324.5(11 
373.014 
251.821 
390,666 
589,196 

3,555,046 


245 


St. Lawrence 


Chambly 
Burlington Bay 
St. Ann s Lock 
Ottawa and Rideau 


21 ^483 
65,019 


1 455 


245 


20.404 
62 

59,960 


aTi\286 


Total Canadian Vessels 
American Ves. c- Steamers. 


36,t 65 

3,459 

39 
1,259 
8 
43 
49 


1,361,136 

1,669 
3,400 
83 
462 
401 
13,211 


1,218,416 

1,334 
2,14-2 

243 
2,078 
60 
145 


60/ 18 
924 
40,854 


9,416 
449 


390.531 
2,694 
217 


367,186 
2,360 


8.675 
1,702 


88.901 
-768 
44,004 


928 330 
1-1.439 
85.401 
10,590 
29,941 
34,480 


22,942 84 
122 50 
1,127 40 
28 67 
81 82 
329 02 

24 632 25 


St. Lawrence 


Chambly 


3.708 
14,726 





4,34: 
14.754 


St. Ann s Lock 
Rideau and Ottawa 


:in; 


Total American Vessels 

Grand Tot. Can. & Amer 

.. 

No. 5. Revenue derived fr 


6,11 

42,78 


19,226 

1,380,36: 


6,002 
1.224.418 


102.396 
406.824 


38 393.442 
341.Oi8l394.SS7 
ia, for the Jisca 
6] 


369,54 
369,79 
I year e 


29,95 
89,91 
nding J 


133.673 
450.95 . 
,Qth Jur 


4.658,227 


$61,487 94 


(e,1871, $446,536 63. 


om t/te Provincial Canals of Gana> 
[34 



1873.] 



EMIGRATION WOODS AND FORESTS. 



EMIGRATION. 

No. 1. Return of the number of Emigrants embarked for Canada, with the number of Births and Deaths during the 
voyage and in Quarantine ; the total number landed, with the number from each country ; also the number oj vessels 
arrived, their tonnage and average length of passage, during the season of 1871. 



Whence. 


Class. 


i gg 1 No. of Vessels. 


Average No. of 
days on passage. 


Tonnage. 


No.Embrk d. 


Births. 

-. 


b 
1 

li 

a * 
3.8 

K 


Deaths on Pasb. 


Deaths in 
Quarantine. i 


1 

<D 

P 

3 


o 

~i 

9 
2 


Landed in Colony. 


Cabin 
Passengers 


Steerage 
Passengers 


Steerage 
Passengers 


Cabin 
Passengers 


j_ 

2J.328 
1,382 
2,871 
22 
4,949 
35 
5 
5,386 
42 


England 


f Steamers 


13f 

36 
13 
48 
15t 
40J 
45 
45 
28 


101,969 
38.320 


1,903 
8 
200 


20,431 
1,376 
2,671 
22 
4,756 
35 
5 
5,407 
42 


3 


22,337 
1,384 
2,871 
22 
4,949 
35 
5 
5,418 
42 


8 
2 


1 


20.425 
1,S74 
2,671 
22 
4,757 
35 
5 
5,386 
42 


l,90o 

8 
200 

l92 


( Sailing Vessels 
/Steamers* 






( Sailing Vessels 
f Steamers 


5 
25 
20 
1 
24 
13 


3.281 

25.08.- 
18, 66 
627 
14,358 
2,463 


192 


1 

ii" 








Germany 


\ Sailing Vessels 
do. 
do. 
do. 

Totals 








Norway & Sweden- 
Other Countries .... 


28 


4 


32 










188 


204.769 


2,303 


34.745 


15 1 37,063 


38 


5 


43 


34,717 


2,303 


37,020 



* Steamers touching at Irish ports are included in English and Scotch steamers. 

No. 2. Comparative Statement of the number of Emigrants arrived at the prrrt of Quebec since the year 1829 to 1871, 

inclusive, the grand total being 1,253,079. 





1829-58 


1859. 


1860. 


1861. 


1862. 


1863. 


1864. 


1865. 


1866. 


1867. 


1868. 


1869. 


1870. 


1871. 


England 


267.795 
463 354 


4,846 
417 


6,481 
376 


7,7SO 
413 


6,877 
4.545 


6,317 
4,949 


5.01S 
3767 


9,296 
4,682 


7,235 
> 230 


9,509 
2,997 


16,173 

2,085 


27,876 
2,743 


27,183 
2,534 


23,710 
2,893 


Scotland 


104,150 

65.785 


793 
2,722 


979 
2.314 


1,112 
10,618 


2 ,979 

7,728 


3,959 
4,182 


2,914 
7453 


2,601 
4,770 


2,222 
16^836 


1,793 
16,420 


1,924 
13,607 


2,867 
9,626 


5.356 
9,396 


4,984 
5,391 


Other Ports... 


12,733 








47 


12 




6 


125 


38 


11 


2 


6 


42 


































913,817 


8,778 


10,150 


19.923 


22,176 


19.419 


19.147 


21,355 


28,648 


30,757 


34,300 


43,114 


44,475 


37,020 



WOODS AND FORESTS. 

Abstract of Oubic Feet of each description of Timber measured and culled under the Superintendence of the Supervisor 
of Cullers, at the Port of Quebec, during the yar ending 31st December, 1871. shewing where produced. 



PROVINCE AND SECTION. 


>t<g . 

a <D 

5 
^tZ 


* 

A d 

S 


Red Pine. 


1 


a 

H 


s 

<I 


Bass wood 


1, 

3 =3 

M 


QUEBEC. 

Quebec to Province Line on St. Lawrence 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


feet. 
136 


Feet. 


Feet. 


North Ottawa River below Ottawa City . 
North Ottawa River above Ottawa City . 

ONTARIO. 

St. Lawrence River from Quebec Pro 
vince Line to Head of lake Ontario ... 


38,569 
384,742 

2,221,405 
271 272 


275,286 
5,404,125 

1,244,190 

410,308 


205 

288,204 

54,765 
1,555 


134 

800 

652,345 
2,905,223 


7,361 
1,109 

312,904 
11,929 


19.717 
6,245 

84,028 
24,076 


"749 

1,410 
65 


94 
303 


South Ottawa River below Ottawa City . 
South Ottawa RiveV above Ottawa City . 


4.816 
416,856 


216,997 

9,816,455 


377 
1,363,736 


418 
8,941 


18.677 
13,210 


82 847 
81,926 


5.052 
6,558 


442 
184 


Grand Total Feet 


3.337.660 


17,367.361 


1.708.842 


3,567,861 


365,190 


298,975 


13.834 


1,023 



An Abstract of the Cubic Feet, <c. (continued.) 














M 




tl 


^ 








PROVINCE AND SECTION. 


C 




1 


1 


a 


I 


8 
2 


a 
a 
"3 


3 

o 


3 a 


g 


!* 

3 S 




H 


m 


a 


1 


a 


Bt 





w 


* 





3^ 


QUEBEC. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Feet 


Feet 


Quebec to Province Line on St Lawrence 


815 


129 253 








2 592 












North. Ottawa River below Ottawa City. 


5 347 


31 


70 




138 














North Ottawa River above Ottawa City . 


2,569 




302 






207 












ONTARIO. 
























St. Lawrence River from Quebec Pro 
























vince Line to Head of Lake Ontario 


15,162 


919 


665 


... 


...... 


101 


381 


1,516 


472 


4284 







255 


45 


30 








65,033 


11,387 


815 


62 




South Ottawa River below Ottawa City . 


30.574 


4,076 


5,499 




278 


635 












South Ottawa River above Ottawa City . 


17,977 


1.757 


58 




212 


573 






263 






























Grand Total Feet 


72,699 


136.081 


6,524 


... 


628 


4,108 


65.414 


12.903 


1.550 


4346 


... 



[347] 



FISHERIES OF THE DOMINION. 



[1873. 



FISHERIES OF THE DOMINION. 

worth. The value of the annual catch by Canadians 
for export and home consumption therefore exceedg 
eight millions of dollars. The amount of capital thus 
engaged is estimated at fifteen millions of dollars; and 
the number of persons employed at about eighty-seven 
thousand. 



The actual value of the produce of Fisheries in the 
Confederated Provinces the season of 1871, for purposes 
of trade, was $7,573,200, being an excess over that of the 
preceding year of $998,160. 

It is estimated that the quantity used for domestic 
supply amounts to about six hundred thousand dollars 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC, 
Statement of the Yield and Value of the. Fisheries of the Province of Quebec, for the season 1871. 



163,810 cwt. Cod, summer fishing... 
63,903 " " autumn fishing... 
16 bbls Ling 


@$3 CO 
@ 3 00 
@ 5 00 
@10 00 
@ 3 00 
@ 25 
@ 6 00 
@ 5 00 
@ 5 00 
@16 00 
@ 10 00 
@ 5 00 
00 f* 100 
7 00 
@ 6 00 
(a) 80 


$491,430 00 
161,S89 00 
80 00 
76,380 00 
82,059 00 
5oS 75 
8.245 00 
1,600 00 
235 00 
60,648 00 
650 00 
1,555 00 
13,715 80 
2,023 00 
3.624 00 
14.820 00 


18 000 galls Whale Oil 


. @ $0 80 $14,400 00 




. @ 50 1,061 00 


160055 " Cod Oil 


.. @ 50 80,027 60 


7 638 " Mackerel 


106 bbls Haddock 


. @ 6 00 530 00 


27363 " Herring 


4,356 doz. Bar and Whittfish.... 
1 072 bbls Mixed Fish 


. @ 2 00 8,712 00 
.. @ 4 00 4.288 00 




1 649 bbls Sardines 


26359 fish Shad 


.. 10 2,635 90 


320 " Halibut 


14,372 bbls. Fish used as Manure 
115 fish Porpoises 


. @ 25 3,593 00 
. @ 40 00 4,600 00 


47 " Tuuny 


3 728 " Salmon 


9042 " Seals 


. @ 6 00 54,252 00 






V_7 


311 " Sturgeon 


$1,093,611 95 
Districts of Quebec, Three Kivers, Montreal, 
and St. Francis no returns estimated at 100,000 00 


137 158 fih Eels @ $10 


289 bbls. C d, tongues & sounds 


18.525 ealls. Seal Oil... 


Total 


$1,193,611 95 



Vessels used : 83 vessels, 2,602 fishing boats, 1,664 flat boats. 

Men employed: 359 sailors, 5,466 fishermen, 2,568 shoremen; total, 8,393. 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 

Statement of the Yield and Value of the Fisheries of the Province of Ontario, for the season 1871. 



13,317 bbls. Whitefieh 

7,477 " Trout 

5,875^ " Herrings 

" Sciscos 



110 bbls. Miskinonge 
295 " Pike and Bass 
521 " Pickerel 
785i " Coarse Fish 



Total Fish caught, 28,560^ bbls. 



Value Fresh Fish 
" Pickled Fish 



Total value .................. $185,074 

Boats, Nets and material employed ...... $127,898 



Number of men employed, 1,959. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Statement of the Yield and Value of the Fisheries of tJie Province of New Brunswick, for the season 1871. 



1,608, 496 Ibs. Salmon, fresh 
24.228 " Mackerel 
4.515 bbls. " 
150.871 " Herrings 
25.170 " Alewives 
6,496 cwt. Codfish, drv 
1,566 bbls. " pickled 


9.C86bbls. Shad 
20.180 cwt. Hake 
3,813 " Haddock 
13,600 " Halibut 
1,050 cwt. Pollock 
143.731 Ibs. Bass 
28,970 " Trout 


485,100 Ibs. Smelt 
30.000 " Kels 
60.050 bbls. Mixed Fish 
224,500 cans Lobsters 
39,450 bush: Oysters 
66,556 galls. Oil 
900 Ibs. Pumice 



Total value of Fish caught, $1,185,033. 
Number of fathoms o f Net used, 239,646. 
Number of Men employed in the Fisheries, 5,161. 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

Statement of the Yield and Value of the Fisheries of the Province of Nova Scotia, for the season 1871. 



3,885 bbls. Salmon 
100.191 cans 
408.988 Ibs. " fresh 
540 fifh " smoked 
228,152 bbls. Mackerel 
201.600 Herring 
10.200 boxes " smoked 
10,055 bbls. Alewives 


806 bbls. Eels 
144 Trout 
2548 " Halibut 
447,168 cwt. Codfich 
119.539 " Scalcfish 
6,177 bbls. Shad 
350 < Smelt 
46 " Tongues & Sounds 


9(55,500 cans Lobsters 
75,000 fish Haddock 
1,594 bbls. Cod roes 
370,000 fish Dogfish 
300 cwt. Finnan Haddy 
351,096 galls. Oil 



Value of Fish used freth, $146,700 00. Total value of Fish caught, $5,101,03< 

Number of Nets and Seines used, 53,112. 

Number of Men employed in the Fisheries, 20,313. 

[348] 



1873.] 



CENSUS. 



CENSUS, DOMINION" OF CANADA, 1871. 

No. 1. Statement of Total Population by Provinces. 
ONTARIO, 1,620,851; QUEBEC, 1,191,575 ; NEW BRUNSWICK, 285,777; NOVA SCOTIA, 387,800. Total, 3,486,003. 

No. 2. Principal Cities and Towns. 

ONTARIO. Toronto, 66,092; Hamilton, 26,716; London, 15,826; Ottawa, 21,545 ; Kingston, 12,407. 
QUEBEC. Quebec, 59,699; Montreal, 107,225 ; Three Rivers, 7,570 ; S her brooke, 4,432; Sorel, 5,636; Levis, 6,691. 
NBW BRUNSWICK. St. John, 28,938 ; Fredericton, 6,006 ; St. Stephen, 6,515 , Shodiac, 5,756. 
NOVA SCOTIA. Halifax, 29,582; Yarmouth, 5,335; Pictou, 3,462; Truro, 3,998; Amherst, 3,606. 

No. 3. Comparative S atementef total Population by Provinces, according to Census Compilations of 1871 and 1861 



9 


1871. 


1861. 


Increase. 


Increase per cent. 


1,620,851 
1,191,575 
285.777 
387,800 


1,396,091 
1,111,566 
252,047 
330,857 


224,760 
80,009 
33,730 
56,943 


16.10 
7.20 
13.38 
17.21 






Nova Scotia 


Totals 


3,486,003 


3,093,561 


395,442 


12.80 





No. 4. STATEMENT OP TOTAL POPULATION BY ELECTORAL AND CENSUS DISTRICTS. 



OJiTAKIO. 


32,697 
26,836 
20,701 
31,994 
12,796 
20,870 
20,195 
21.519 
25.055 
15.826 
15,370 
15,390 
23,678 
24,559 
20,766 
11,493 
20.091 
15,130 
20,572 
3,693 
20,672 
14,638 
16/245 
26,716 
27,149 
39,016 
31.332 
17,183 
21.159 
25.377 
20.995 
19,256 
14,347 
24,452 
24.484 
29,366 
30,029 
22,606 
16.369 
16,500 
23.670 
33,719 
24,262 
16,260 
19360 
31,223 
24,869 
19,923 
25,967 
18,316 
19,064 
19,244 
10,956 
17,328 


E. Northumberland 
West Peterborough 
East Peterborough. 
NorthPeterborou^h 
Prince Edward .... 
West Hastings .... 
East Hastings 
North Hastings. . . . 


21758 
11,767 
14.633 
4,073 
20,336 
14,365 
17,39.2 
16,607 
16,896 
21,312 
16,310 
12,407 
20.716 
10,475 
13,197 
13.530 
18.777 
11,873 
7,1U 
20,524 
17,647 
18,344 
21.545 
21,739 
19,19) 
13,830 
14,099 
13,878 
943 
848 
5,400 
1,519 
2,011 
977 
2,177 
1,853 




25,640 
11,179 
11,003 
10,808 
14,757 
16.166 
8,834 
T,470 
11,861 
11,688 
12,122 
10,498 
12,717 
20,048 
18,310 
19,491 
17,634 
15,413 
16,922 
13,757 
19,077 
15,079 
10,658 
486 
8,414 
13,885 
8,167 
16,317 
23,262 
14,281 
17,611 
11,213 
8,823 
8,516 
13,138 
13,605 
22,569 
19,607 
13,206 
18,188 
28,305 
12,085 
15,611 
17,493 
1,788 
3,699 
13.021 
11,810 
20,606 
18,879 
10,260 
16,993 
9,564 
8,215 
12,117 


South Bellechasse.. 


5,520 
13,555 
13,517 
21,254 
22,491 
14.460 
12.958 
15.923 
2,983 
6,278 
7,296 
3,172 

191,575 
I. 

62,303 
25 882 
24.953 
13.84T 
6,824 
27,140 
19.938 
11.641 
5.575 
18,810 
20,116 
19.101 
29,335 
10,672 

2S5,7TT 

21,301 
21,510 
18.121 
17,037 
18.550 
12.417 
10.554 
23.834 
37,008 
19.955 
23.518 
23,331 
32,114 
16,512 
16.555 
23,416 
11,346 
26,454 
14,263 

387,800 


Jacques Cartier. . . . 


L Islet 
Kamouraska 


Kent 




Bothwell 




Temiscouata 






West Rimouski. . .. 
East Rimouski .... 


West Elgin 


Kast Huntingdon... 
West Huntingdon. 




West Middlesex.... 
North Middlesex ... 
East Middlesex. . . . 


West Ga^pe 






Centre Gaspe 






South Gaspe 






Magdalen Islands. 
1 

NEW BRUNSWIC 

St. .Tohn(N.B.) 
Charlotte 


South Norfolk 
North Norfolfc 
South Oxford 










South Grenville. ... 
N.Leeds & QrenTille 


Saint Hyacinthe.... 


North Oxford 
South Brant 


Rouville 
Iberville 


North Brant 




Haldimand 






King s (N B.) 








Queen s (N. B ) 
Sunbury 


Welland 




&heffrd 








York (N. B.) 


Lincoln 




Siuth Saint Mturlce 
North Stint Maurice 


Carleton (N. B.) 
Victoria (N. B ) 


South Wentworth. 
North Went worth. 


Carleton (Ontario). 




South Champlain... 

North Champlain... 






South Renfrew. . . . 
North Renfrew. . . . 
South Nipissing . ... 
North Nipissing 


NorthurabTdtN.B.) 
Kent (N. B.) 


North II urou 




Nioolet 








Albert 


South P^rth 




NOVA SCOTIA 

Hants 


North Perth 






South Waterloo. . . . 
North Waterloo . . . 
South Wellinaton. 
Centre Wellington. 
North Wellington. 




Wolfe 




Sherbrooke 


Centre Algoma .... 






King s (N.S.) 




Portn^uf 




i 

QUEBEC. 

South Pontiac 


620,851 

14,591 
1.219 
23,791 
5,282 
9,553 
12.806 
15.615 
9,472 
19,591 
15,473 
12,742 
23,075 
19,804 
5,264 
46,291 
55,670 


Quebec County. . . . 


Di"by. 


North Grey . . 




Hal ton 


Centre Quebec .... 




Peel 


Queen s (N S.) 


Cardwell 


North Pontiac 






West Ottawa 




West Halifax 




Centre Ottawa 






North York 


East Ottawa 






West York 


Argenteuil 






East York 


Two Mountains . ... 
Laval 




Pictou 








Kant Toronto 


Terrebonne 








L Asaomption 






North Ontario , 
West Durham 


Montcalm 




Victoria (V. S.).... 


Joliette 






Berthier 


West Dorchester.... 
East Dorchester. . . . 
North Bellechasse.. 


Richmond (N. S )... 

I 


South Victoria 
North Victoria .... 
Tif. Northumberland 


Montreil Centre 
Montreal Kast .... 


Montreal West 



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CENSUS. 



[1873. 



POPULATION, PROVINCE OF ONTARIO MUNICIPAL COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS. 



Brant 32,259 

Bruce 48.515 

Carleton 43,284 

Elgin- 33,666 

Essex 32697 

Frontenac 28.717 

Grey 59.395 

Haldimand 24,851 

Halton 22,606 

Hastings 48,364 

Huron 66,165 

Kent : 40,634 





Perth 


46.536 
30,473 
35.991 
20io36 
27,977 
64,247 

58,288 

30,200 
40,251 
25.760 
60,289 




T r *flr "i?! O ^O 




York 


Leeds and Grenville 57,918 
Lennox&Addington 37,708 
Lincoln 2 C ) -i47 


Prescott & Russell. 
Prince Edward .... 
Renfrew 


1 

Algoma District . ... 
Muskoka do 


MirMlc-v 8 2 5Q5 






Stormont^Dundas 1 
and GlenganyJ 


^rthumberland ) 70466 
and Durham ... j 
Ontario 45,890 

fYvfnril 48 237 




Parry Sound do. . . . 
Thunder Bay. do. . . 

: 




Welland 


Peel 26011 







POPULATION, PEOVJNCE OP ONTARIO TOWNSHIPS. 



Abinger see Denbigh 

Adelaide 2.909 

Adjala 2,878 

Admaston 1.988 

Adolphustown ..... 756 

Albemarle, &c 

Albion 4.857 

Aldborough 3.506 

Alfred 1.697 

Algona 700 

Alice. &c 1,566 

Alnwi.k 1,369 

Amabel 

Amaranth 1,941 

Ameliasburtih .... 3.304 
Amherst Island . . . 1,189 

Ancastnr 5,005 

Anderdoa 1.895 

Anglesea see Kalador 

Anson see Lutterworth 

Anstrutber. . . .see Burleigh 

Arran 3,780 

Artemesia 3.484 

Arthur 4376 

Ashby see Denbigh 

Ashfield 3.893 

Asphodel 3.247 

Athol . 1.740 

Augusta ft.l "- 

Bagot, &c 1.142 

Bangor see Herscbfl 

Barrie 316 

Barton 2,865 

Bastard, &c 3,540 

Bathurst 3.220 

Bayham 4,892 

Beck with 1977 

Bedford 1-839 

Belmont. &c 1-575 

Bentinck 5.050 

Bertie 2.933 

Beverly 5.801 

Bexley 

Biddulph 4.198 

Binbmok 1,946 

Blandtord : . . . 2,008 

Blanshard 3.905 

Blenheim 6.398 

Blytbefield seeBagot 

Bosariquet 4,425 

Brant 5. .)4 

Bran i ford 6.8H7 

Brighton 3,734 

Brock &-175 

Bromley 1-428 

Brook^. 2,538 

Brougham 521 

Bruce ^^ e4 

Bnidenell, &c 1-210 

Brunei fee McLean 

Bruton see Dy sai t 

Buchanan see Rolph 

Burford 5-543 

Burgess, North. ... 1.358 

Burgess see Bastard 

Burleich, Ac 721 

Caistor 2.166 

Cale<1<<n 4,78;> 

Caledonia 1,281 

Cambridge 769 



Camden 4.095 

Camden, East .... 5,792 

Canborough 1.209 

Canonto, 8. .see Palmerston 

Garden, &c 1,027 

Cardiff see Burleigh 

Cardwell see Watt 

Carlow, &c 285 

Carradoc" 5.065 

Carrick 5.005 

Cartwright 2514 

Casbel see Tudor 

Cavan 4.761 

Cavendish see Gal way 

Cayuga, North 2,012 

Cayuga, South 972 

( handus see Burleigh 

Charlottenburg .... 6331 

rhtrMteville 4,097 

Chatham 5,036 

Chinguaeousy .... 6.129 

Clarence 2,666 

Clarendon, Ac 408 

Clarke 5.728 

Clinton 2,78: 

Olhorne 2.429 

Colchester 2,920 

CoUiusiWcod 3,576 

Confer 40 

Coin wall 5,081 

Crania-he 3,833 

Crosby, North 2.127 

Crosby, South 2.054 

Crowland 1,317 

Culross 3,839 

Cumberland 2,922 

Dalhousie, &c 2.295 

Dal ton see Garden 

Darling 

Darlington ,. . 5.931 

Dawn 1,116 

Delaware 2.523 

Denbigh, &c 325 

Derhy 1.94 

Dereiiam 5,838 

Di-liy see Laxton 

Don fester- N 4.117 

Dorchester S 2,071 

Douro 2.671 

Dover 3.315 

Downie 3.738 

Draper. &c 521 

Onimmond 2,467 

Durtlt- y see Dysart 

Dumfries, North.... 3.951 
Dumfries, South... . r i.4 j8 

Dumroer 1.951 

Dungannon . . . .see Faraday 

Dunn 1-049 

Dunwich 3.731 

Dysrrt, &c 655 

Kastbope, North. . . 2,998 
Easthope. South... 2275 

Eastnor see Albemarle 

Edwardxburg . . . . . 5.417 
Effinjiham . . . .see Denbigh 

Kgreraont 3,949 

Ekfrid 3 193 

Elderslie 3.699 

Eldon 3,05 ? 



5.G73 

2.886 
3,616 
1.418 
1,24 



Elizabethtown . 

Kllice 

Elma 

Elmsley, Nbrth. . 
Elmali>y, South. . 

Klz^vir, &c 1-393 ; 

Emily 3,790 i 

Knuiskillen . 1-528 

Enuismore ^ J a i 

Eramosa. 3.758 j 

Erin ^ ?^ 6 

Ernestown 4.2o 

Escott, Front of 1-390 

E>-cott. Rear of.seeR. Yonge 

Esquesing 6 139 

E 8 ,a ... 4.2*1 

Etohicoke 2,985 

Eupheniia 2.391 

Eupbrasia 2,899 

Faraday, &c 

Fenelon 3.949 



Finch 

Fitzr-y 8,425 

Flamboro , East . . . 3,894 
i lamboro , West. . . 3,411 

4los 1,756 

Franklin see McLean 

Fraser see Alice 

Frodericksburg, N- 1,722 
Kredericksburg, S.. 1.497 

Fullarton 2,903 

Gainsborough .... . 3,016 

Gal way, &c 521 

Qarafraza, E 2.579 

Garafiaxa,W 8,128 

Georaina. 1,987 

Glamorgan see Snowden 

Glanford 2.039 

Glenelg 4,060 

Gloucester 4,785 

Goderich 3.615 

Gosfleld 2.994 

Goulburn 3.23 

Gower, North 2,532 

Gower, South 1-023 

Giantham 3.929 

Grattan 

Greenock 2,981 

Grey 3.85o 

Griffith ... see Matawatchan 

Grimcby 3.123 

Orinisthoipe . . . .see Elzevir 

Gue.ph.... 2.955 

Guilt Td see Dysart 

Gwi limbury, E. . . . 3.934 

Gwilbmbur y, N 2.304 

Gwillimbury, W 3.036 

Haldimand 5.796 

HallowoU 3564 

Hamilton 5.721 

Harburn see Dysart 

Harcourt sec Dycarl 

Harwich.. 5,974 

670 
4,611 
1.977 
3,897 

Head".". 

&c 930 



Harvey . . . 

awhesbury, K 

Hawkesbury, W. .. 



L 



Hibbert 3,416 

50] 



57,599 
115,974 

1,605,123 

5,165 
5,400 
1,791 
1,519 
1,853 

1,620,851 



Hillier 2,224 

Hinchinbrooke 997 

Hindon see Lutterworth 

Holland 3,249 

Hope 5,075 

Horton 1,267 . 

Houghton 2,118 

Howard 4,512 

Howe Island, see Pittsburgh 

Ho wick 5,417 

Hullott 3,678 

Ilumlierstone 2,472 

Humphrey, &c 582 

Huiigerford 4,633 

Huntingdon 2,853 

Huntley.. 2,634 

Huron 4,079 

Jnnisfil 5,480 

Kalador, &c 

Keunebec 

Kenyon 4,951 

Keppel 2,174 

Kincardine 4,097 

King 7,482 

Kingston 4,101 

Kinloss 3,430 

Kitley : 2,870 

r< k e see Marmora 

..auark 2,270 

Lancaster 4,415 

,Hn>(l<>wne, Ft. see Ft.Leeda 
an^downe, Hr.see R. Leeds 

,av;int seeDalhousie 

Laxton, &c 850 

Leeds, Front of 3,760 

Leeds, Rear of .... 2,363 

Linn-rick see Tudor 

Lindsay 20 

Lobo 3,474 

Locbiel 4,827 

Logan 3,199 

London 10,991 

Longford see Laxton 

uufil 1,835 

Lougbborough 2.325 

Louth 1,893 

Luther 1,772 

Lutterworth, &c.... 515 

I.ynedock see Brudenell 

Mtcaulay 868 

Madoc 3,479 

viaidstone 2,055 

Mal-iuide.... . 5,554 

Maiden 1,566 

Manvers 4,114 

Mara 2,697 

March 1,347 

Mariposa 5,363 

Markbam 8,152 

Marlboiough 2,260 

Marmora, &c 1,699 

Maryborough 4,418 

Mar yshurg, N 1,794 

Marysburu, S 2,141 

Matawatchan, Ac... 

Matchedash see Orillia 

Matilda 4,767 

Mayo see Carlow 

Medora see Humphrey 

Medonte 2,541 



1873.] 



CENSUS. 



POPULATION, PROVINCE or ON ABIO TOWNSHIPS (continued.) 



Melancthon ....... 2,043 

Mersea ............ 3,398 

lietcalfe .......... 2,449" 

Methueu ...... see Belmont 

Middleton ......... 3,261 

Miller ........ see Clarendon 

Minden ........... 797 

Minto ............ 4,861 

Monaghan, N ...... 1.479 

Mona^han, S ...... 1,145 

Monck ............ 535 

Moninouth ..... see Burleigh 

Mono ............. 3,980 

Montague ........ 3,187 

Monteagle ..... see Herschel 

Moore ............ 3,998 

Mornington ...... 3.SUS 

Morris ............. 3,952 

Morrison .......... GUI 

Mosa ............. 3,194 

Moulton, &c ....... 2,r99 

Monntajn ......... 3.209 

Mulmer ........... 3.505 

Murray ........... 3,638 

Muskoka .......... 4b2 

McClure. ...\. -see Herschtil 

McGillivray ....... 4,658 

McKay ........... see Kolph 





Orford 3,113 

Orillia, &e 1,894 

Oro 4 3C4 

Osgoode 4,267 

Osnabruck 5.7 Jl 

Oso 492 

Osprey 3,033 

Otonabee 3.992 

Oxford 4.051 

Oxford, East 2610 

Oxford, North 1,S55 

Oxford, West 2,804 

Pakenham 2,426 

P4merston, N. &c.. 546 

Peel 5,744 

Pelham 2,515 

Pembroke 640 

Percy 4,084 

Pettiwawa 370 

Pickering 7.375 

Pilkineton 2,308 

Pittsburgh, &c 4.126 



Ptontagenet, N. 



3,000 



McLean, c ........ 

McNab ............ 

Nassagiweya ...... 

Nelson ............ 

Nepean . . . . ....... 

Niagara ........... 

Nichol ............ 

Kissouri, East ..... 

Missouri. West ---- 

Normanby ........ 

Norwich, North . ... 

Norwich. South. . . . 

Nottawasaga ...... 

Oakland .......... 

Oakley .......... see 

Olden ............. 

Oneida ............ 

Onondaga ......... 



2,855 
2,964 

4. .19 
5.069 
2.U93 
2.737 
30 -S 
3,561 
5,563 
3,324 
3.225 
6,704 
1,101 
Drap r 
560 
3.18.3 
1.924 
3,350 



Plantagenet, S...". 1.575 

Plympton 5,259 

Portland 2.71 S 

Proton 2,184 

Puslincb 4,514 

Radcliffe see Brudeuf 11 

Raglan see Bruduni-ll 

Rainham 2067 

Raleigh 4,081 

Rama 904 

Rimsay 3218 

Kn-n don 3 688 

Reach 6.809 

Richmond 3.431 

Ridout see McLean 

Rochester 2.1.V2 

liolph, Ac jo9 

Romriey . . 711 

R..SS 

Roxborough 3 3ii3 

Russell 2 339 

Ryde see Draper 

Saltfleet 2,783 

Sandwich, East 3,748 



Sandwich, West. ... 2,22! 

Sarawak .......... 680 

,-vtruia ............ 3,438 

Saugeen .......... 2.579 

S ai borough ...... 4,615 

fcott ............. 2.775 

Scunog ........... 

Sebastopol ........ 650 

Seneca .< .......... 

Seymour .......... 4.289 

cneffield .......... 

Sherbrimke . . . .see Moulton 

Sherbrooke, N.seeDalhoiisie 
Sherhrooke, S ...... 

Sidney ............ 5,264 

Smith ............ 3,428 

S,iii>wdi-n, &c ....... 

Sun, bra ........... 3,397 

1,074 
2,702 



Southwolo ........ 5.559 

Stafford ........... 79s 

Stamford .......... 2,999 

Stannope .......... 

Stanley ........... 3,804 

Stephen ........... 4,349 

j-tcphenson ........ 

St-irriimton ....... 2,882 

St Vincent ........ 4.974 

Sullivan .......... 3,151 

Sunnidale ......... 1,99 

S.denham .... ---- 4,011 

Tay ............... 1,629 

Tecumseth ...... .. 4.723 

Thorah ........... 1-965 

Ihoroil ........... 2,501 

Thurlow .......... 5,186 

Tilbury, K;i.-t ..... 1,846 

Tilbury, West ..... 2,392 

Tiny... ........... 3 : 214 

Torbolton ......... 

Toronto ........... 5.974 

Toronto Gore ...... 

Tossorntio ....... 1.570 

Townsend ......... 5,474 

Trafalgar .......... 5,027 

Tuckersmith . ..... 3,699 



Tudor, &c 1,055 

Turnberry 3,201 

-Tuseaiora 2,606 

Tyendinaga 7,573 

Usborut) 3.831 

Oxbridge 4,782 

Vaujthan 7,65T 

Verufam 2,692 

Vespra 2,077 

\Vniulleet 2,673 

Wallace 3,5S1 

Walpole 5,477 

Wal r ingham 5,299 

Warwick 4,677 

Wuterloo 7,838 

Watt, <Sc 

\\ aw auosh, j- ast. ... 2,651 

Wawanosh, West ... 2,748 

Wellesley 5,710 

Westmeath 2,632 

Westminster 6,386 

Whitby, East. . , , 3,411 

VVhitby, West 3,220 

Whiti-huich 5,014 

Wield w see Herschel 

\Vilif.rtbrce 1,955 

Williams, East 2,853 

Williami-, West 3,427 

\Vilii.tmshurg 4,724 

Willou-ibby 1,250 

\Vilmot 6,811 

Winchester 4,090 

Windham 4.799 

Wolfe Island 2,737 

Wt lfWd 2,55 

Wollastou see Tudor 1 

Wood 90 

Woodhouse 3,865 

Wo "Sttich 5,569 

Wy lie see Rolph 

Yarmouth 5,563 

Yonge, Front of . ... 1,671 

Yonge, Hear of, &c, 1.791 

York 10,008 

Zone 1,083 

Z>rra, East 4,619 

Zorra, West 3,400 



POPULATION, PROVINCE OF OXTA uo CITIES, Towns AND "ViLiAGrs. 



Almonte 2,080 

Amherstburg 1.9:3t> 

Arnprior 1,714 

Ashburnham 1,197 

Aurora 1.132 

Barrie 3.:;.)S 

Bath t;0l 

Balleville 7,803 

Berlin 2.743 

Both-well 995 

Bowmanville 3,034 

Bradford 1,130 

Bramptou 2 u no 

Brantford K.107 

Brighton 1.357 

Brockville 5.102 

Caledonia 1.210 

Carleton Place 1,2():. 

Cayuga 803 

Chatham 5873 

Chippaw* 922 

Clifton 1,610 

Clinton 2,016 

Cobourg , 4,442 

Colborne 

Collingwood 

Cornwall 2,033 

Dundas 3,135 



Dunnville 

Elora 

Embro 

Eergus 

Fort Erie 

Gait 

(iinanoque 

Garden Island. . . . 

Georgetown 

( Jod-rich 

Guelph . 

HAMILTON 

sbury 

II 1 -|>-ler 

Holland Landing., 

oil 

Iroquois 

Kemptv lie 

Kincardine 

KINGSTON 

Lanark 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

LONuOM 

Marrickville 

Milton 

Mitchell 

Morrisburg 



1,452 

149S 
4S4 

1,666 
835 

3,827 

2.0-0 
763 

1,28:2 

6.878 

. 1.671 

797 

649 

4,022 

781 

872 

1,907 

12,407 

740 

4,049 

976 

15.826 

1.812 
1,156 



Mount Forest 1,370 

.\ipa.,ee 2,967 

Nwburgh 

Newcastle 1,109 

Nw Edinburgh .... 596 

New Hamburg 1.003 

NV w,n;irket 1,700 

NUirara 

ii.-ikville 1,684 

Oil Springs 651 

Oraruseville 1,458 

Orillia 1322 

0-h-<wa 3.185 

OTTAWA 21.545 

.Sound 

I .iris 2.640 

IVmbrcko 

IVrth 

Peterlioruugh 4,611 

Petrolia 2,651 

I ict.on 2,361 

I orf, (lolhnrno 

Port I)alhou>ie l.usl 

I ort H"pe 6,114 

Port-in >uth 1,702 

i>resrof, 2,617 

Preston 1,408 

I Renfrew 805 



Richmond 487 

Sandwich 1,160 

Sarnia 2,929 

Sanlt Ste. Marie.... 879 

Sealorth 1,368 

Siinroe 1,856 

Smith s Falls 1,15 

Southampton 858 

Stirling 779 

Strattord 4,313 

Strath. oy 3,232 

Btreetsvllle C17 

St. Cutliarines 7.864 

St. Mary s 3.120 

St. Thomas 2,197 

Thorold 1,635 

Trenton 1,796 

Touo TO 56,092 

Vienna 593 

Wardsville 539 

Waterloo 1,594 

Wcllatid 1,118 

Wellington 517 

Whitby 2,732 

Winds r 4,253 

tock 3,982 

Yorkville 2,203 



NOTE. The Statistics relating to Public Institutions Real Estate,Venicles and Implements, Cultivated Lands, Field 
Products,. Plants and Fruits, Live Stock, Animal Products, floinn-madt) Fabrics and Furs, Industrial Establishments 
Products of the Forost, Shipping, Fisheries and Mineral Products, will be given in next year s Almanac. They were 
not issued by the Dominion Government at the time of our going to press. ED, 

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48 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



[1873. 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS, 

A3 IN FORCE ON 1ST JULY, 1872. 

All Articles not hereafter enumerated as charged with an ad valorem duty, or charged with a specific duty, or declared 
free of duty, are chargeable with a duty of 15 per cent, on the value thereof. 



^ c. ad val. 

Acid, Sulphuric H c. perlb. 

Acetic Acid 10c per gall. 

Acids of every description, except 
Acetic and Sulphuric Acid and 

Vinegar Free 

Alcohol, on every gallon of the 
strength of proof of Sykes Hy 
drometer, aad so in proportion 
for any greater strength and 
for every less quantity than a 

gallon 80c. per gall. 

Ale, in casks, 10 per cent, and 5c. 

per gall. 

Ale, in bottles (5 quarts or 10 
pints to gallon) 10 per cent, and 

7c. per gall. 

Alum Free 

Annntto, liquid or solid Free 

Anatomical Preparations Free 

Anchors Free 

Aniline Salts for dy ting purposes Free 

Animals of all kinds 10 

Animals of all kinds, growth and 

produce of B N. A. ProvincesFree 
Animals imported for the im 
provement of stock Free 

Antimony Free 

Antiquities, Cabinets of Free 

Argol Free 

Arms, Clothing, Musical Instru 
ments for Hands, and Military 
Stores for the use of the Army 

and Navy Free 

Articles for the Public uses of the 

Dominion Free 

Articles imported by and for the 

use of the Governor General Free 
Articles for the use of Foreign 

Consuls General Free 

Ashes, Pot, Pearl and Soda Free 

Axles, Crank, Locomotive Free 

Axles, Railway Car Free 

Barilla or Kelp Free 

Bark, Tanners Free 

IJark used chiefly in dyeing Free 

Bark of the Corkwood Tree Free 

Bars, Guide and Slide, for Loco 
motives Free 

Bars, Puddled iron Free 

Beer, in casks, 10 per cent, and 

5c. per gall. 

Beer, in bottles (5 quarts or 10 
pints to a gallon), 10 per cent. 

and 7c. per gall. 

Benzole 15c. per gall. 

Berries, used chiefly in dyeing ...Free 
Bibles, Testaments. Prayer-Books 

and Devotional Books 5 

Bichi ornate of Potash Free 

Biscuit, from Great Britain and 

the B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Bitters $1 20 per gall. 

Bleaching Powders Free 

Blue-black Free 

Blocks, Stereotype, for Printing 

purposes Free 

Blooms and Billets, puddled or 

not puddled Free 

Blue Vitriol Free 

Bolting Cloth Free 

Books Printed Periodicals, and 
Pamphlets, not being foreign 
reprints of British copyright 
works, nor Blank Acc t Books, 
Copy Books, nor Books to be 
written or drawn upon, nor 
reprints of Books printed in 
Canada.nor Printed Sheet Music 5 
Bookbinders Tools & Implements 
Millboards and Binders Cloth Free 



<$ c. ad val. 
Books, copyright reprints of 12^ 

Boot-felt Free 

Borax Free 

Botany, Specimens of Free 

Bran 10 

Bran, growth or produce of B.N. A. 

Provinces Free 

Brandy (on every gallon of the 
strength of proof of Sykes Hy 
drometer, and so in proportion 
for any greater strength, and 
for every less quaniity than a 

gallon) 80c. per gall. 

Brass, in Bars, Rods, Sheets, 

Scraps, and Stripes Free 

Brass or CopperWire. round orflatFree 
Brass & Copper, Manufactures of 15 
Bread from Great Britain and the 

B. N. A- Provinces Free 

Brim Moulds for Gold Beaters ...Free 

Brimstone, in roll or flour Free 

Bristles Free 

Broom Corn Free 

Bulbs Free 

Bun-stones Free 

Busts, natural size, not being cast* 
nor produced by any mere me 
chanical process. Free 

Butter 4c. per Ib. 

Bulter, the produce of B. N. A. 

Provinces Free 

Cabinets of Antiquities, Coins, 

Gems, and Medals Free 

Cables Iron Chain, over % inch, 
Shackled,Swivelled or not,when 

used for Ships only Free 

Cables Hemp and Grass, when 

used for ships only Free 

Candlewick Cotton Free 

Candy Sugar, brown or white 

1 c. per Ib. and 25 

Cane Juice %c. per Ib. and 25 

Canvas, for Manufacture of Floor 
Oil Cloth, not less than 18 fret 
wide, not pres.-ed or calendered Free 
Caoutchouc, unmanufactured ...Free 
Carriages of Travellers and Carri 
ages employed in carrying Mer 
chandise (Hawkers and Circus 

Troupes excepted) Free 

Cassia, ground 25 

Casts, as models for the use of 

schools of design Free 

Cement, marine or hydraulic, un- 

ground Free 

Cheese 3c. per Ib. 

Cheese, the produce of B. N. A. 

Provinces Free 

Chesnut and Cherry Plank Free 

Chicory, or other Root or Vege 
table used as Coffee, raw or 

green 3c. perlb. 

Chicory, kiln-dried, roasted or 

ground 4c. per Ib. 

Chinese Blue Free 

Church Bells Free 

Cigars , 45c per Ib. 

Cinnamon, ground 25 

Citrons, and Rinds of. in brine for 

candying Free 

Clasps, Brass and Tin, for manu 
facture of Hoop Skirts Free 

Clays : Free 

Clothing or Wearing Apparel, 

made by hand or sewing mach. 15 
Clothing for the use of the Army 

and Navy Free 

Clothing, donations of, for chari 
table Institutions Free 

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^ c. ad val. 

Coal and Coke Free 

Coal Oil, distilled, purified and 

refined loo. per gall. 

Cocoa Paste, from Great Britain *! 

and the B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Co?oa, Bean and Shell Free 

Coffee, green Fre 

Coffee, kiln dried, roasted or 

ground :....Free 

Coin and Bullion, except U. S. 

Silver Coin Free 

Collar Cloth Paper Free 

Common Soap lo perlb. 

Communion Plate Free 

Composition Spikes and Nails ...Fre 

Confectionery Ic. per Ib. and 25 

Connecting Rods, Locomotive Free 

Copper, Precipitate of Free 

Copper, in Pig, Bars, Rods. Bolts, 

Sheets and Sheathing Free 

Copper Wire, round or flat Free 

Cordage, for ships and vessels onlyFrea 

Cordials $1 20 p?r gall. 

Corkwood and Bark Free 

Corn, Indian Free 

Cottons, Manufactures of 15 

Cotton, Candle Wick Fre 

Cotton Thread, in hanks, colored 

and unfinished, Kos. 3, 4 and 6 

ply, white, not under No. 20 

yarn Fres 

Cotton Warp, not- coarser than 

No. 40 Free 

Cotton Waste Free 

Cotton Netting for India Rubber 

Shoes Free 

CottonWool..... Free 

Cotton, Weaving or Tram, for 

making Elastic Webbing Free 

Crank Axles. Locomotive Free 

Crank Pins, Locomotive Free 

Cranks, Locomotive Fre 

Cranks. Steam-boat and Mill, 

forged in the rough Free 

Cream of Tartar, in Crystals Free 

Crinoline Thread, for covering 

Crinoline Wire Free 

Curled Hair Free 

Drawings, not in Oil Free 

Diamonds and Precious Stones, 

not set Free 

Drain Tiles Free 

Dried Fruits 15 

Drugs, used chiefly in dyeing Free 

Duck, for Belting and Hose Free 

Earths, Clays and Sand Fre 

Eggs Free 

Electrotype Blocks, tor printing 



purposes 



.Free 



Emery Fre 

Fancy Goods, Manufactures of ... 15 
Farming Utensils & Implements, 
when imported by Agricultural 
Societies for encouragement of 

agriculture Fre 

Felt for Hats and Boots Free 

Fibre, Fi brilla, Mexican or Tam- 
pico, white and black, and other 
vegetable fibres rfbr manufac 
turing purposes Free 

Firebrick and Clay Free 

Firewood Fr ee 

Fish, fresh, not to include Oysters 
or Lobsters in tins or kegs ...Free 

Fish, salted or smoked Ic. per Ib. 

Fish, Fish Oil, and Fish products 
of all kinds, from B.N.A.Prov. Free 

Fish Bait Free 

Fishing Nets and Seines, Hooks, 
Lines, and Twines Free 



1873.] 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



49 



9 c. ad ral. 
Flax, Hemp, and Tow/und reused Free 

Flax Waste Free 

Flour, Wheat or Rye Free 

Flour of any other Grain, includ 
ing Indian Meal and Oatmeal. ..Free 
Fruit?, green or dried, growth or 

produce of B.N.A. Provinces ...Free 
Fniits preserved in Brandy or 

other Spirits $1 20 per gall. 

Emits, green 10 

Fruits, dried 15 

Furs and Skins, Pelts, or Tails, 

undressed Free 

Furs, Manufactures of 15 

Gems, and Cabinets of Free 

Gin (on every gallon of strength 
of proof of Sykes Hydrometer, 
and so in proportion for any 
greater strength and for every 
less quantity than a gallon) 

80c. per gall. 

Ginger, ground 25 

GlitftR and Glass Ware, Plate, and 
Silvered, Stained, Painted or 

Coloured 15 

Glass Paper and Glass Cloth Free 

Gold, Silver and Plated Ware, 

.Manufactures of. 15 

Goldbeaters Brim Moulds and 

Skins Free 

Grain of all kinds Free 

Grain, Wheat Free 

Gravels Free 

Grease and Scraps Free 

Greens, Paris and permanent Free 

Gum, Copal Free 

Gum, British Free 

Gutta-perclia, unmanufactured. ..Free 
Gypsum, or Piaster of Paris, 

neither ground nor calcined ...Free 
Gypsum, ground or unground, 

from B.N.A. Provinces Free 

Hair, Angola, Goat, Thibet, un 
manufactured Free 

Hair, Horse. Hog, or Mohair, un 
manufactured ._ Free 

Hair, Human Free 

Hardware, Manufactures of 15 

Harness and Saddlery 15 

Hams lc. per Ib. 

Hat Felts Free 

Hay 10 

Hay, growth and produce of 

15 N.A. Provinces Free 

Hemp, undressed Free 

Hides and Horns Fre 

Hops 5c per Ib. 

U^ps, the growth and produce of 

B.NiA. Provinces Free 

Imitation of Leather 15 

India-rubber, unmanufactured ...Free 

Indigo Free 

Indian Meal Free 

Iron of the descriptions fallowing, viz : 
Iron Canada Platen and Tin Plates 5 

Iron, Sheet 5 

Iron, Galvanized Spikes and Bolts Free 
Iron, Nail, and Spike Uod, round, 

square or flat 5 

Iron, Bar, Rod. or floop 5 

Iron, Scrap. Galvanized or Pig ...Free 
Iron, Hoop or Tire, for Locomotive 

Wheels, bent and welded Free 

Irow Boiler Plate 6 

Iron Railr d Bars, Frogs, Wrought 

Iron or .St..l Chairs, Fish Plates 

and Car Axles Free 

Iron Wire Free 

Iron, Rolled Plate 6 

Iron Bars puddled, Blooms and 

Billets puddled or not puddled Free 

Ivory Nuts Free 

Ivory, unmanafactursd Free 

Jewellery 15 

Junk Free 

Kelp . Free 



Tfr c. ad val 
Kerosene Oil, distilled, purified, 

and refined 15c. per gall. 

Knees and Riders, Iron, for ship 
building purposes Free 

Kryolite . Free 

Lakes, in pulp, scarlet & morone Free 

Lard lc. per Ib. 

Lard, the produce of B. N. A. 

Provinces. Free 

Lead, in Sheet or Pig Free 

Lead, Red and White, dry Free 

Leather, Sole and Upper 10 

Leather, or Imitation thereof, 

Manufactures of. 15 

Lemons, and Rinds of, in brine, 

for candying Free 

Linen Machine Thread Free 

Litharge Free 

Lithographic Stones Free 

Locomotive Engine Frames, Axles, 
Cranks, Hoop Iron or Steel for 
Tires of Wheels, bent& welded Free 
Locomotive Crank Ax es, Piston 
Rods, Guide and Slide Bars, 
Crank Pins A Connecting Rods Free 
Locomotive and Passenger Bag 
gage, & Freight Cars running 
upon any line of road crossing 
the frontier, so long as Canadian 
Locomotives and Cars are ad 
mitted free, under similar cir 
cumstances in theUnited StatesFree 
Lumber, PJank and Sawed, of 
Walnut, Rosewood, Cherry, 
Chesnut, Mahogany, and Pitch 

Pine Free 

Lumber and Timber of all kinds, 
round, hewed, but not other 
wise manufactured in whole or 
in part, from B.N.A. Provinces Free 

Mace . 1 25 

Machine Silk Twist Free 

Machine Linen Thread ...Free 

Machinery for Mills & Factories, 
whi^h is not manufactured in 

the Dominion Free 

Malt 40c. per bush. 

Manilla Grass Free 

Manufactures of Brass oivCopper 15 

Manufactures of Cottons 15 

Manufactures of Silks & Velvets 15 

Manufactures of Hardware 15 

Manufactures of Leather, or Imi 
tations thereof 15 

Manufactures of Glassware 15 

Manufactures of Fancy Goods ... 15 

Manufactures of Furs 15 

Manufactures of Gold, Silver, and 

Plated Ware 15 

Manufactures of Leather, includ 
ing Boots and thoes, Harness 

and Saddlery 15 

Manufactures of Woollens 15 

Manures Free 

Marble, in Blocks, nn wrought, or 
sawn on two sides only, or Slabs 
sawn from such Blocks, having 
at least two edges unwrought ..Free 
Mastic. Damar, Sindirac & ShellacFree 
Meats, Freah, Salted or Smoked 

lc. per Ib. 

Meats, Freeh, Sslted, or Smoked, 
growth or produce of B. N. A. 

Provinces Free 

Medals and Cabinets of Free 

Medicine* Proprietary Medicines 
. commonly called Patent Medi 
cines, or any Medicine or Pre 
paration, of which the Recipe is 
kept secret, or the ingredients 
whereof are kept secret, recom 
mended by advertisement, bill 
or label, for the reliefer cure of 

any disease or ailment 25 

Medicinal Roots in their natural 
state Free 



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$ c. ad vat. 

Menageries, Horses, Cattle, Carri 
ages, and Harness of Free 

Melado %c. per Ib. and 25 

Metallic Oxides, dry, ground or 
unground, washed or unwash 
ed, not calcined Free 

Military and Naval Stores Free 

Mineralogy, Specimens of Free 

Models Free 

Molasses, if used for refining or 
for the manufacture of Sugar, 

73e. per 100 Ib. 

Molasses, if not so used ^6 

Molasses, concentrated, or Syrup 

of %c. per Ib. and 25 

Mocs, for Dpholstery purposes ...Free 
Musical Instruments for Bands, 
for the use of the Army & Navy Free 

Nails, Composition Free 

Nails, Sheathing Free 

Naphtha 15c. per gall. 

Natural History, Specimens of ...Free 

Naval Stores Free 

Netting, Cotton and Woollen, for 

India rubber shoes Free 

Nitrate of Soda Free 

Nitre or Saltpetre Free 

Nuts, dried, of all kinds 15 

Nuts, chiefly used in dyeing Frea 

Nutmegs 25 

Oakum Free 

Ochres, dry, ground or unground, 
washed or unwashed, not cal 
cined Free 

Oil Cake Free 

Oils, Coal and Kerosene, distilled, 

purified and refined ... loc. per gall. 
Oils, Naptha, Benzole, and refined 

Petroleum 15c per gall. 

Oils, products of Petroleum, Coal, 
Shale, and Lignite, not else 
where specified lOc per gall. 

Oils, Crude Petroleum 6c per gall. 

Oils, Cocoanut, Pine, and Palm, 

in their natural state Frea 

Oils, Heavy or Carbonic, used in, 
the manufacture of wood block 
pavement, and of wood for rail 
road ties and buildings Free 

Oils, Whale, in the casks from on 
ship- board, and in the condition 
in which it was first landed ...Free 
Oranges, and Rinds of, ia brine, 

for caudying Free 

Ores of all kinds of Mutals Free 

Osiers and Willow for Basket- 
makers use Frea 

Packages Bottles. Jars, Demi 
johns, Brandy Casks, Barrels or 
other Packages, in which Spirit 
uous Liquors, Wines and Malt 
Liquors are contained, and car 
boys containing Sulphuric Acid 15 
Pain tings, in oil, by artists of well- 
known merit, or copies of old 

masters by such artists Free 

Patent Medicines, or any medi 
cine or preparation of which 
the recipe is kept secret, or the 
ingredients whereof are kept 
secret, recommended by adver 
tisement, bill or label, "for the 
relief or cure of any disorder or 

ailment 25 

Pearl Ashes Free 

Pelts Free 

Peppor, ground 25 

Perfumery, not elsewhere specif d 25 

Perfumed Spirits $1 20 per galL 

Perfumed Spirits, in flasks 

4c per flask 

Petroleum, crude tic. per gall. 

Petroleum, refined, purified, Ac. 

15c. per gall 

Philosophical Instruments and 
Apparatus, including Globes, 



50 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



[1873. 



^ c. ad. vol. 

when imported by and for the 
use of colleges, schools, scien 
tific or literary societies Free 

Phosphorus Free 

Pig Iron, Lead and Copper Free 

Pimento, ground 25 

Pipeclay Free 

Piston Rods lor Locomotives Free 

Pitch Free 

Plaits Straw, Tuscan, or Grass - 

Fancy Free 

Plants 10 

Plants, growth and produce of 

B.N.A. Provinces Free 

Plaster of Paris, neither ground 

nor calcined Free 

Plate, rolled Iron 6 

Plates, Boiler 6 

Plates, Canada and Tinned 5 

Playing Cords 25 

Plush for Halters use Free 

Porter, in casks. ..5c. per gall, and 10 
Porter, in bottles (5 quarts or 10 
pints to a gallon). .7c. per gall. & 10 

Pot Ashes Free 

Poultry, growth and produce of 

B.N.A. Provinces Free 

Precipitate of Copper Free 

Precious Stones, not set Free 

Printing Ink Free 

Printing Presses, except Portable 

Hand Printing Presses Free 

Products of Petroleum, Coal, Shale 
and Lignite, not otherwise spe 
cified lOc. per gall. 

Prunella Free 

Rags Free 

Eailroad Bars Free 

Batan, for chair makers Free 

Red Lead, dry Free 

Rennet Free 

Rosin Free 

Rice lc. perlb. 

Kod, Nail and Spike, round,tquare 

and flat Iron 5 

Roots, Medicinal, in their natural 

state Fiee 

Rosewocd Free 

Rum (on every gallon of strength 
of proof of Sykes hydrometer, 
and so in proportion for every 
greater strength, and for every 
less quantity than a gallon) 

SOc. per gall. 

Saddlery 15 

Sailcloth or canvas, from No. 1 to 
No 6, when imported by ship 
builders or snilmakers for ship 
building purposes Free 

Pal-Ammoniac Free 

Sal-Soda Free 

Salt Free 

Saltpetre Free 

Sand Free 

Scrap Brass. Free 

Sculpture, Specimens of Free 

gea Grass Free 

Seeds not classed as Cereals 10 

Seeds of all kinds, growth or pro 
duce of B.N A. Provinces Free 

Settlers effects of every descrip 
tion iu actual use, not being 
merchandise, brought by per 
sons making oath that they in 
tend becoming permanent set 
tlers within the Dominion Free 

Shafts. Steainboatand Mill, forged 

in the rough Free 

Ship s Binnacle Lamps Free 

(ship s Blocks and Pateut Bushes 

for Blocks Free 

Ship s Bunting Free 

Ship s Cables, iron chain, over one 
half inch, shackled or swiveled 

or not Free 

Ship s Compasses Free 



^ c. ad. t-aZ. 
Ship s Cables, Hemp and Grass, 

when used for ships only Free 

Ship s Cordage, when used for 

ships only _. .Free 

Ship s Dead Eyes"& Dead Lights Free 

Ship s Deck Plugt Free 

Ship s Iron Knees and Kiders ...Free 
Ship s Iron Masts, or parts ot ....Free 
Ship s Pumps and Pump Gear.. ..Free 
Ship s Sailcloth or Canvas, from 
No. 1 to No. 6, when used for 

ships only Free 

Ship s Shackles and Sheaves . . . .Free 

Ship s Signal Lamps Free 

Ship s Steering Ayparatus Free 

Ship s Travelling Trucks Free 

Ship s Varnish, black and bright, 

when used for ships only Free 

Ship s Wedges Free 

Ship s Wire Rigging Free 

Ship s Yellow Metal, in bars or 

bolts Free 

Ship s Yellow Metal, for sheathing Free 

Shoes 15 

Shrubs, growth and produce of . 

B.N.A. Provinces Free 

Shrubs 10 

Silicate of Soda Free 

Silk, Tram or Weaving, to make 

Elastic Webbing Free 

Silks, Manufactures of 15 

Silk Twis.) for Hats. Boots & Shoes Free 

Skins, undressed Free 

Slate .Free 

Slides and Spangles, and Slotted 

Tapes, for Hoop SkirtS Free 

Snuff 20c per Ib. and 12% 

Soap, Fancy and Perfumed 25 

Soap, common lc per Ib. 

Soda, Ash Free 

Soda, Caustic Free 

Soda, Nitrate of , Free 

Soda. Silicate of Free 

Specimens of Natural History, 
Mineralogy and Botany . . . ... .Free 

Specimens of Sculpture Free 

Spelter, in blocks, sheets or pig -Free 
Spices, including Gipger, Pepper, 

Pimento, ground . ." 25 

Spikes, Composition Free 

Spirits, perfumed, in flasks, 

4c per flask 

Spirits and Strong Wateis, not 
having been sweetened or mix 
ed with any article, so that the 
degree of strength thereof can 
not be ascertained by Sykes 
hydrometer, for every gallon of 
the strength of proof of such 
hydrometer, and so in propor 
tion for any greater or less 
strength, and for every greater 
or less quantity than a gallon, 
viz., Brandy, Geneva, Alcohol, 
Rum, Gin (including Old Tom), 
Tons, Whiskey, Snd unenumer- 
ated articles of like kind, SOcpergal. 
Spirits and Strong Waters, being 
sweetened or mixed, so that the 
degree of strength cannot be 
ascertained, viz., Rum Shrub, 
Cordials, Schiedam Schnaps, 
and unenutnerated articles of 

like kind $1 20 per gal. 

Spirits and Strong Waters, not 

ehewhera specified. ... $1 20 per gal. 
Spirits and Strong Waters, mixed 
with any ingredient or ingre 
dients, and although thereby 
coming under thedenpmination 
of Proprietary Medicines, Tinc 
tures, Essences, Extracts, or 
any other denomination, are 
nevertheless deemed " Spirits & 
Strong Waters," and subject to 
duty as such. 

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^ c. ad vol, 

Spirits, perfumed $1 20 per gall. 

Starch 2c per Ib. 

Statues, of Bronze, Marble or Alar 

Daster, natural size Free 

Steel, wrought or cast, in bars or 

rods Free 

Steering Apparatus for Ships. . . .Free 
Steel Plates, cut to any form, hut 

not moulded Free 

Stone, Lithographio Free 

Stereotype Blocks for printing 

purposes Free 

Stone, unwrought Free 

Straw 20 

Straw, the growth or produce of 

B.N.A Provinces Free 

Straw Plaits, Tuscan and Grass, 

Fancy Free 

Sugar Candy, brown or white 

lc per Ib and 25 
Sugar all Sugar equal to or below 
No. 9, Dutch standard 

%c per Ib. and 25 

Sugar of Lead Free 

Satin, and fine washed white. . . .Free 

Sulphur, in roll or flour Free 

Syrup of Sugar or of Sugar Cane 

%c per Ib. and 25 

Tampico, white and black Free 

Tanners Bark Free 

Tail. , undressed Free 

Tallow lc perlb. 

Ttllow, growth and produce of 

B N.A. Provinces Free 

Tapes, slotted for the manufac 
ture of hoop skirts Free 

Tar Free 

Tea, Green and Japan Free 

Tea, Black Free 

Teasels Free 

Tinctures $1 20c per gall. 

Tin, granulated or bar Free 

Tin, blocks or pigs Free 

Tire or Hoop for locomot. wheels, 

bent and welded Free 

Tobacco, manufactured, 

20c per Ib. and 12% 

Tobacco, unmanufactured Free 

Tow, undressed Free 

Travellers Baggage Free 

Treenails Free 

Trees, Plants and Shrubs 10 

Trees, Plants and Shrubs, growth 

and produce of B.N.A. Prov. ...Free 
Tubes and Piping of Copper, Brass 

or Iron, when drawn Free 

Turpentine, other than Spirits of 

Turpentine Free 

Twist, Silk for Mats, Boots and 

Shoes Free 

Type Metal, in blocks or pigs Free 

Type 5 

Ultramarine Free 

Umber, Raw Free 

Yarn sh, bright and black, when 

used for ships and vessels only Free 
Vegetables, including Potatoes & 

other Roots 10 

Vegetables, including Potatoes A 
other Roots, growth and pro 
duce of B.N.A. Provinces Free 

Vegetable Fibres Free 

Vegetables, chiefly used in dyeing Free 

Velvets, Manufactures of 15 

Veneering, of Wood or Ivory. . . .Free 

Vinegar lOc per gall. 

Vitriol, Blue Free 

Walnut, Plank Free 

Wearing Apparel, made by hand 

or sewing machine 15 

Wearing Apparel of British sub 
jects domiciled in Canada, dy 
ing abroad Fiee 

Whale Oil in the casks from on 
shipboard and in the condition 
in which it was first lauded ...free 



1873.]- 



TARIFF OF CUSTOMS BANKS OF CANADA, ETC. 



51 



$ c. ad vat. 

Watches ] 5 

Wheat Free 

White, fine washed and satin ....Free 

White Lead, dry Free 

Whiskey (on every gallon of the 
strength of proof of S>kes hy 
drometer, and K> in proportion 
for any greater strength, and for 
every less quantity than a gall ) 

SOc per pall. 

Whiting or Whitening Free 

Wedges tor ships Free 

Willow for basket makers use ...Free 
Wines of all kinds, including 
Ginger, orange, Lemon, Goose- 
beiry, Strawberry. Raspberry, 
Elder, and Currant Wine (5 
quarts and 10 pint bottles to 
contain a gull.)- 10c per gall. 4 24 
Wire, of BIHBS or Copper, rouud 
or flat Free 



^ c. ad vat. 
Wire Cloth, of Brass or Copper ...Free 

Wire Riguing, tor ships Free 

Wire, flat or round, uncovered, 

for crinoline Free 

Wood. Cherry & Chestnut, plank Free 

Wood, Cork Free 

Wood, Mahogany, plank.. . Free 

Woods of all kinds, wholly un 
manufactured Free 

Woods, used chiefly in dyeing. ...Free 

Woollens, Manufactures of 15 

Woollen Netting for India Rubber 

Shoes Free 

Wrought Iron or Steel Chairs, for 

railroads Free 

Wool Free 

Yellow Metal, in bars or bolts. ...Free 

Yellow Metal, for sheathing Free 

Zinc or Spelter, in sheet Free 

Zinc or Spelter, in blocks or pigs Free 
Zinc, white, dry Free 



PROHIBITIONS. 

The following articles are prohi 
bited to be imported under a penalty 
of two hundred dollars, together with 
the forfeiture of the parcel or package 
of goods in which the same may be 
found, viz : 

Books, Printed Papers, Drawings, 
Paintings, Prints, and Photographs, 
of a treasonable or seditious or of an 
immoral or indecent character. 

Coins, biso or counterfeit. 



EXPORT DUTIES. 

Shingle Bolts ... p. cord 123 cub. ft. $1 
Stave Bolts ...... " " $1 

Oak Lo^s ..................... per M feet $2 

Spruce Logs ..t ............ " " 

Pine Logs .................. " " 



$1 
$1 



BANKS IN CANADA, WITH THEIR BRANCHES, &c. 



PLACES. NAMES OF BASKS. OFFICERS. 

Almonte. Merchants ....F. A. W. Lister, Agent 

Amherst, N.S. Nova Scotia ...A. H Patterson, Agent 
Annapolis. y.S.Umiu, Halifax T. S. Whitman, Agent 
Antegonish . ...M-*rchaiits , H.T. M. King, Agent 

Arnvrior B. N. America. Patrick Robertson, Agent 

Barkerville, BC B. N. America. G. M. Morris, Agent 
" " B. Columbia ...W. Powell, Agent 

Barrie Toronto D. Campbell, Manager 

Ca. Commerce. R. C. Jennings, Manager 

La Banq. Nat. Bank of Toronto, Agent 

Beauharnois ...Merchants ...D. DeMartignev, Agent 

Belleville Merchants ....A. Thomson, Manager 

" Montreal R Richardson, Manager 

Royal Canad....W. R. Dean, Manager 

Berlin Merchants ....Charles Crook*!!, Agent 

Bowmanville... ONTARIO D. Fisher, Cashier 

Brampton Merchants *...D. Kemp. Agent 

Brantford B. N. America. Alex. Robertson, Manager 

" Montreal S. Read, Manager 

" Ca. Commerce. J. H Plumraer, Manager 

Bridgew r, JV.S.Mrtrchants , H. Andrew Gow, Agent 

Brockville. Montreal J. N. Travers, Manager 

Carlttan,GT.sp La Banq Nat. John Meayher, Agent 

Chatham Merchants ... Manager 

" Royal Canad... A. Richardson, Manager 

" Oa. Commerce. W. 3. Ireland. Manager 

Clinton Royal Canad... M. Lough, Agent 

Coaticook E. Townships. B. Austin, M^nage^r 

Cobourg Montreal C. Brough, Manager 

" Toronto J. H. Roper, Manager 

" LH Banq. Nat. Bank of Toronto. Agent 

Odttingwnud ...Ca. Commerce. Jno. McMaster, Manager 

Cornwall . .....Montreal Neil McLean, Agent 

Cowansville ...K. Townships .W. J. Brigs?s, Manager 

Vundas Ca. Commerce. C. 3. Rumsey, Manager 

Dunnvitte B. N. America. R. Steven, Agent 

flora Merchants ... Win. Kingsley, Agent 

Fergus Montreal G. D. i ergusson, Agent 

" Merchants .... Agent 

Fredtrict. N.B.Vzovws S. W. Babbitt, Cashier 

" " B. N. America. J. G. Orchard, Agent 

Qalt Ca. Commerce. G. II. Patterson, Manager 

< Merchants ....William Cooke, Manager 

" Royal Cunad... John Cavers, Manager 

GananofjM Merchants ... A. Petrie, pro A^ent 

Gaspc Baiin ,..Ln Banq. Nat. John LeBoutillier, Agent 

Qoderich. Montreal J. II. Ftnlay, Agent 

Ca. Commerce. A. M. Row, Manager 

Guelph Montreal J. Robertson. Manager 

Ontario E "Morris. Manager 

" Ca. Commerce. Q. W. Sandilands, Manager 

HaUfax. N. S. HALIFAX B. Co. S. H. Black, Cashier 

NOVA SCOTIA ...W. C. Menzies, Cashier 
B. N. America. James Goldie, Manager 
UNION, HALIF.. W. 8. Stirling, Uashier 
MERCHANTS H.George Maclean, Cashier 

PEOPLES Peter Jack, Cashier 

Montreal E.G. Jones Agent 

Commercial W BW. Nova S(tia, Agent 
N. Brunswick. Bk. Nova Scotia, Agent 



PLACES. 



NAMES OF BANKS. 



OFFICERS. 





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Hamilton i HAVILTOP* H. C. Hammond. Cashier 

" B. N. America. James Robert-on, Manager 

" Montreal A. Macnider, Manager 

" Marchants ....-I. Bancroft, Manager 

Royal Canad ...W G. Crawford, Manager 

" Ca. Commerce. C. R. Murray, Manager 

Ingersott Merchants ....C. H. Sorley, Agent 

" Niagara Dist...C. b. Chad wick, Agent 

Kentvillf., N.S. Nova Scotia ...L. P. V. Chipman, Agent 
Kincardine, ...Merchants ....T. E. P. Tiew, Agent 

Kingston Merchants ....J. O. Macdonald, Manager 

" B. N. America. Jeffery Penfold, Manager 

" Montreal R. M. Moore, Manager 

Lindsay Ontario S. A. McMurty, Manager 

" Merchants ....Wm Hamilton, Agent 

" Montreal H. Dunsford. Agent 

Lindsay, W. S. .LIVERPOOL Robie S. Sterns, Cashier 

Lockeport, -A^.S.Peoples A. Locke, Agent 

London B. N. America. T Corsan, Manager 

" Merchants ....W. F. Harper, Manager 

" Montreal F. A Despard, Manager 

" Ca. Commerce. E. W. Syer, Manigjer 

" Molsons Joseph Jeffery. Manager 

Mitchett Merchants ....R. D. Fn-eman, Agent 

M mcton, N.B. B. N. America. Oswald Weir, Agent 

Montreal MONTREAL R. B. Angus, Gen. Manager 

" do. Branch! 1 . R. Christim, Manager 

CITY BANK F. Macculloch, Cashier 

" Do PEUPLE A. A. Trottier, Cashier 

MOLSONS F. W. Thomas. Cashier 

" JACQ. CARTIER.H Cotte, Cashier 

" MECHANICS ....A. Molson, Managing Diree. 

" MERCHANTS ...Jackson Rae, Cashier 

" METROPOLITAN. A. S Hincks, C.tshier 

" B. N. America. C. McNab, General Manager 

" do. Branch R. R Grindley, Manager 

Quebec .T. B. Renny, Manager 

" Ontario .Jno. Smart, Manager 

" Toronto T. D. Coulson, Manager 

" Ca. Commerce. W Simpson, Manager 

" Royal Canad... W. Sache. Manager 

" Uninu F. Nash, Manager 

" La Binq. Nat. J. S. Paquet, Manager 

" Peoples, H Ontario Bunk, Agent 

" N. Brunswick. Molsons Bank, Agent 

Stwrrixburg ....Molsons Geo. K. Morton, Manager 

Na.pa.ntt Merchants ....A. Smith, Agent 

" B. N. America. R. A. Leslie, Agent 

JT.Glasgow.N S. Ho Scotia ...J. W. Carmichael, Agent 

Newcastle, N.B. Montreal F. E. Winslow, As;ent 

Newmarket ...Royal Canad... Jos. Cawthra, Agent 
OrangevUlt ...Merchants ....A. M. Kirkland, Agent 
...Ca. Commerce. T. Y. Greet, Manager 

Orillia Dominion H, S. Scadding, Agent 

Oihawa Ontario C. Holland, Manager 

" Dominion J. H. McLennan, Agent 

Ottawa, B. N. America. A. 0. Kelty, Manager 

Montreal A. Drummond, Manager 

Ontario J. H. Woodman, Manager 

Merchants ....Thomas Kir by, 



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PLACES. NAM liS OF BANKi. OFFIO RS. 

Ottawa Quebec H. V. Noel, Manager 

La Banq. Nat. ..3. Benoit, Manager 

Union D. S. Eastwood, Manager 

Owen Sound ...Merchants ....J. Pottenger, Agent 

" ...Molsons T. J. Joy, Manager 

Paris B. N. America. John Carnegie, Agent 

Perth Merchants ....James Gray, Agent 

" Montreal R. J. Drummond, Agent 

Pembroke Quebec J. Walker, Ag^nt 

" Merchants ....Hector Eraser, Agent 

Peterl)orough...toiouto J. M. Smith, Manager 

" ...Montreal F. J. Tate, Acting Agent 

" ...Ca. Commerce. B. W. Smylie, Manager 

" ...Ontario G. E. Shaw, Manager 

" ...La Banq. Nat... Bank of Toronto, Agent 

Picton Montreal S. Stammers, Agent 

Pictou, N. S. ...Nova Scotia ...Howard Primrose, Agent 
" " ...Merchants H. Wm. Ives, Agent 

Port Hope Montreal M Heaton, Agent 

Ontari& G. H. G. MeVity, Manager 

Toronto A. M. Cosby, Manager 

La Banq. Nat. Bank of Toronto, Agent 

Port Perry Royal Canad...H. J.J. Campbell, Int.Agent 

" Ontario A. C. Movrbray, Manager 

Preseott Merchants ....J. F. Harper, Agent 

Quebec QUEBEC J. Stevenson, Cashier 

UNION P. MacEwen, Cashier 

LA BANQ. NAT. F Vezina, Cashier 

B. N. America C. F. Smith, Manager 

Montreal John Porteous, Manager 

Renfrew B. N. America Thomas Watson, Int. Agent 

" Merchants ... C. G. Morgan, Agent 

Sarnia Montreal Alex. Vidal, Agent 

Sarnia Ca. Commerce F. W. Holmested, Manager 

Sherbrooke E. TOWNSHIPS. Wm. Farwell, jr., Cashier 

ii City Bank ... Wm. Addie, Agent 

Seaforth Royal Canad. M. P. Hayes, Agent 

Simcoe Ca. Commerce H. Groff, Manager 

Montreal F. F. Blackader, Agent 

Sorel Molsons A. D. Durnford, Ag. Manager 

Merchants ... A. A. Taillon, Agent 

Stanstead E. Townships. A. P. Ball, Manager 

St. Andrew s. ..B. N. America J. S. Carnegy, Agent 
St. Catharines .NIAGARA DIST. C. M. Arnold, Cashier 

" Quebec W. T. Benson, Manager 

" Ca. Commerce H. C. Barwick Manager 

St. Hyacinthe.. Merchants ... H. Barbeau, Agent 
,. John. N.B. N. BRUNSWICK W. Girvan, Cashier 
" B. N. America T. Maclellan, Manager. 

" Montreal Wm Munro, Manager 

" La Banq. Nat. Bk. New Brunswick, Agent 
" CoruinercialW Bk New Brunswick, Agent 

Molsons Bk. New Brunswick, Agent 

St. John s, Q. ...Merchants ... W. L. Marler, Agont 

St. Afary t Montreal R. Hillyard, Agent 

St.Step/ien,NBS>t. STEPHEN S Robert Watson, Cashier 
" B. N. America J. S. Lockie, Agent 

St. Thomat Merchants ... A. M. Crombie, Agent 

Molsons Thos. Blakeney, Manager 

Stratford Merchants ... C. H. Ransom, Agent 

Montreal James Hogg, Agent 

Royal Canad. James Young, Agent 

Strathroy Ca." Commerce Jos. S. Small, Manager 

Sydney, C. B... Nova Scotia ... J. E. Burchell, Agent 

Three Aiders. ..Quebec Thos. McDougall, Agent 

" " ...La Banq. Nat. Thos. McDougall, Agent 

Tilsonburg Merchants ... R. W. Cresswell, Agent 

Toronto UPPER CANADA In liquidation 

TORONTO George Hague, Cashier 

ROTAL CANAD. T. McCraken, Cashier 

CA. COMMERCE H. S. Strathy, Cashier 

t< DOMINION R. H. Bethune, Cashier 

a B. N. America Samuel Taylor, Manager 

Merchants ... Arch. Cameron, Manager 

Montreal W. J. Buchanan, Manager 

City Bank J. J. Marenlloeh, Manager 

Quebec D. R. Wilkie, Manager 

Ontario Alex. Fisher, Manager 

La Banq. Nat* Bank of Toronto, Agent 

Molsons R- J. Dallas, Manager 

Trenton Ca. Commerce W. Smith, Manager 

Trura,N.S. ....Merchants H. John B. Dickie, Agent 

Uxbridge Dominion W. H. Holland, Agent 

rictoria,r. I. B. COLUMBIA... W. C. Ward, Manager 
" ...B N.America H. A. Tuzo, Manager 
Walkerton Merchants ... A. Sproat, Agent 



PLAOtS. NAMES OF BANKS. 



OF/ICER3. 



Waterloo, Q. ...E. Townships. 
" Ont.. Merchants ... 

Windsor, Ont.. Merchants ... 

" " Molsons 

Windsor, N. S. COMMERCIAL ... 

Whitby Ontario 

Dominion 

Woodstock Ca. Commerce 

Royal Canad. 

Wolfoille,N.S. People s 



Nova Scotia... 
Exchange.... 



Wm. G. Parmelee, Manager 

J.S.Meredith, Agent 

C. Campbell, Agent 

H. R. Morton, Agent 

C. D. Grasett, Manager 

Walter Lawson, Cashier 

Thomas Dojr, Manager 

H. B. Taylor, Agent 

W. A. Sampson, Manager 

J. M. Burns, Manager 

J. W. Barss, Agent 

J. W. H. Rowley, Cashier 

J. Murray, Agent 

A. J. Murray, Cashier. 



FOREIGN AGENTS. 

BANK OP BRITISH NORTH AMERICA London, Head Office; 
Ntw fork, John Paton and D. 8. Davidson, Agent*; 
Boston, U. S., Merchants National Bank; man Pran- 
cisco, A. McKinlay and Alexaoder S. Finnie, Agents; 
England, Union Bank of Manchester aad West of 
England and South Wales District Bank; Scotland, 
National Bank and Commercial Bank; Ireland^, Pro 
vincial Bank and National Bank; Paris, Mrcuardt 
Andre & Co. ; West Indies, Colonial Bank ; Australia 
and New Zealand, Union Bank of Australia. 

BANK OF MONTREAL London, Bank of Montreal, F.Gundry, 
Secretary; Liverpool, Bank of Liverpool; Scotland, 
British Linen Company ; New York, R. Bell A C. F. 
Smithers, Agents ; Boston, Merchant s Bank ; Chicago, 
Bank of Montreal. 

LA BANQDE DU PEUPLE London, Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co;j 
New York, National Bank of the Republic. 

CITY BANK London,Q\yn, Mills, Currie 4 Co., and Barclay, 
Sevan, Tritten & Co. ; Ireland, National Bank; New 
York, Bk. of Republic; Boston, Kidder, Peabody & Co. 

BANK OF TORONTO London, City Bank; New York, Nat. Bk. 

Commerce, and R. Bell and C. F. Smithera ; Oswego, 

Lake Ont. Nat. Bk. 
QUEBEC BANK London, Union Bank of London ; NewYort, 

Maitland, Phelps 4 Co. 
ONTARIO BANK London/, Bank of Montreal ; New York, 

lill & Smithers ; Boston, Tremont Bank. 
ROYAL CANADIAN BANK. London, Nat l Bank of Scotland 5 

New York, National Park Bank, and R. Bell and C. B. 

Smithers, Whittemore & Co. ; Oswego, First National 

Bank; Buffalo, Farmers 4 Mechan. National Bank; 

Chicago, Bank of Montreal ; Belfast, Ulster Banking 

Co. and Branches. 
MOLSONS BANK. London, City Bank ; New York, Jay, 

Cooke & Co ; Boston, Merchant s National Bank; 

Cleveland, Com. National Bank; Milwaukee, National 

Exchng. Bank ; Chicago, Fifth Natiouil Bunk . Toledo, 

Second Nat Bank; Oswtgo, Lake Ontario Nat. Bank; 

Buffalo. Farmers 4 Mechanics Nat. Bank. 

NIAGARA DISTRICT BANK London, Bosanquet, Salt 4 Oo; 
New\York, Bank of Manhattan Co. 

CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE London, Bank of Scotland^ 
New York, J. G. Hai per and J. H. Goadby ; Button, 
Merchants N. Bank; Cleveland, Merchants N. Bank 
Cleveland; St. John s, Newfoundland, Union Bank. 

LA BANQUB JACQUES CARTIER London, Glyn, Mills & Co.-; 
Paris, de Rothschild freres; NewYork, National Bank 
of Republic. 

UNION BANK OF L. C. London, London 4 County Bank ; 
New York, National Park Bank, C. Ashworth. 

MERCHANTS BANK London, London Joint Stock Bank; 
Ntw York, Nat. Bank of Republic nd C. Ashworth. 

T A BANQUB NATIONALS London, National Bank of Scot- 
land; Paris, F. 8. Bllin A Co.; New York, National 
Bank of the Republic. 

METROPOLITAN BANK. London, Bank of Montreal ; JV*w 
York, R. Bell and C. F. Smithera. 

DOMINION BANK. London, Bank of Montreal ; New YoOc, 
B. Bell and C. F. Smitherg. 

UNIOV BANK OF HALIFAX London, London 4 Westmlnrfer 
Bank- Newfoundland, Commercial Bank Newfound 
land; New York, Allen, Stephens 4 Co.; Boston, 
Williams 4 Hall; Montreal, La Banq. du Pouple. 



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ST. STEPHEN S BANK Bnstrm, Globe National Bank; New 
York, New York Bank and National Banking Asso 
ciation; London, Glyn, Mills, Currie A Co. 

MXB CHANTS BANK, HALIFAX Boston, National Hide & 
Leather Bank: New York, Fulton National Bank; 
Summfrsidt, P. E. t., Summerside Bank; Charlotte- 
town, P. E. 7., Union Bank of P. E. I. ; St Joftn t, 
Newfoundland, Union Bank of Newfoundland. 

PEOPLE S BANK OF HALIFAX London, Union Bank; Boston, 
William:; & Hall; New York, Duncan, Sherman A Co 

BANK OF NOTA SCOTIA London, Williams, Deacon A Co. ; 
New York, Bank of New York; Boston, Merchant s 



National Bank; Newfoundland, Union Bank: Prinet 
Edward Itland, Bank of Prince Edward Island. 

BARK OF NEW BRUNSWICK London, Williams, Deacon t 
Co.; New York, Continental National Bank; Boston, 
Eliot National Bink; Prince Edward s Island, Bank 
of Prince Edward s Island ; Frtdericton, Peoples Bk. ; 
Kali/ax, N.S., Bank of Nova Scotia. . 

EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK Boston, National Kxch. Bank; 
New York, National Park Bank. 

COMMERCIAL BANK OF WINDSOR. London, Union Bank 
of London ; New York, Bank of New York. 



MATHEMATICAL DEPARTMENT. 

In consequence of the pressure of important matter of general interest, on our limited space, we are reluctantly 
obliged to suppress this Department, while heartily thanking our,many able mathematical correspondents for 
past favors. Since our last issue, death has deprived us of the honest, impartial, and worthy mathematical editor, 
E. R. Jacques, Esq., Malvern. The only successful competitors for the prize were Messrs. Doyle and Fleming. 
Mr. Doyle having taken charge of the Department, has heartily awarded the prize to Mr. Fleming. 

Mathematical Acknowledgments. 



We have received correct solutions from correspon 
dents, as follows : 

A. DOYLE, St. Patrirk s School, Hamilton ; W. DUNNS, 
Hibbert ; and Box 137 Strathroy ; all the problems in 
our last issue. 

JOHN SHEEHAN, Oneida, all but 12 and 19. WILLIAM 
FLEMING, School No. 20, Markham, all but 19 and 20. 

Answers to Problem** 1873. 

PROB. 2. 7 yds. 2 feet 0} inches. PROS. 8. 10 and 8. PKOB. 4. Indeterminate, 1 Ib. 
J Ib. at 48 cts ; J Ib. at 16 cts. PBOB. 5. Tension is or 106J-. PROB. 6. 9^ and i- 
PROS. 8. 137J of Delisle. PROB. 9. A s capital $1091.87 ; B s $758.13. PROS. 10. 
PROB. 12. Solution ; to (A. base X coef. friction) 



G. W. SHBT DOH, Morpeth, solved problems 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 
6, 7, 8, 9. 10, 1 1, 13. 15, 16, 17 and 18. H. T. SCUDAMORB, 
Euphemis. < >nt, solved 1 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 
17, 18 and 19. 8. J. WETHF.RALD, Fenwick, Ont., solved 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, C, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 16, 17, and 18. J A. Mo- 
LACHLIN, Fingal, solved 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 13, 15 and 18. 
A. MURRAY, Fergus, solved 4, 6, 7, 13, 14, 17 and 18. 



PBOB. 1. Ratio 15 : 23. 
it $1 00 ; 3 Ibs. at 10 cts 
PBOB. 7. 2 and V- 



Nos. 7, 7J, 7|, and 8. PROB. 11. 110. 



- or w (70 
20 



Q.062175) H, - 



1278-7575. PROB. 13. Indeterminate 7365. PROB. 14. 11.13. PROB. 15. A i time i. 
8.187 ; B s time 9.687. PROB. 16. 5W49 gls. PROB. 17. 1 or 1 + 2 c. PKOB. 18. (I) o 1 ; (II) 6s 
PBOB. 19. Area of required circle = 176.52448; areas of horned spaces, 15.39751 ; 60.34309 ; 195.98096. Minimum 
tne 49.58. PROB. 20. Area enclosed 939.7849 ; length of required path 130.5017. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN CANADA. 

ARGENTINE COKFEDBRATION. Vict-Consul, Thret Rivers, 
Geo. B. Day. 

AOTTRIA * HUNOARIA Consul, Montreal, Ed. Schultzs. 

BELGIUM. Consuls, Halifax, N.S., C. E. Rb nne ; Mont 
real, Jesse Joseph ; Vict-Consul , Quebec, A. Joseph. 

BRAZIL. Vict-Consul, Halifax, N.S., M. Tobin. 

CHILI. Contul-General, Montreal, G. B. Day. Vic+Con- 
tult, Quebec, J. Laird ; St. John, N.B., T.W. Scammell. 



DENMARK. Consuls, Halifax. 8. Tobin ; Montreal, J. F. 

Wulff. Vice-Consuls, Quebec, George T. Pemberton ; 

Saguenay, David E. Price. 
FRANCE. Consul-General, Quebec, Martial Chevalier. 

Vice-Consult, Montreal, Dr. P. E. Picault ; Halifax, 

N.S., J. B. Morrow ; Sydney, N.S., Hon. J. Bourinot ; 

SI. John, Newfoundland, J. C. Toussaint. Consular 
Agents, Toronto, W. J, Macdonell ; St. John s, N.B., 

George Carvill ; Charlottetown, P.E.I., Dr. Hobkirck. 

GERMAN EMPIRE. Consuls, Toronto, J. A. Simmars ; 

Quebec, C Pitl ; Montreal, W. C. Munderloh. 
ITALY. Consuls, Montreal, A. M. F. Gianelli ; Gatpe 

Basin, Orazio Le Boutillier. Vice-Consul, Montreal, 

Carlo Bonacina. Consular Agents, Quebec, G. T. Pem- 

barton ; Halifax, N.S., G. Oxley Black. 
MONTEVIDEO. Consul, Quebec, Charles P. Champion. 
NETHERLANDS. Consul-General, Toronto, B. H. Dixon, 

K.N.L. Vict-Consul, Quebec, Alfred Falkenberg. 
P*RU. Consul, Montreal, Geo. B. Day. Vice-Consuls, 

Qutbte, John Laird ; St. John, N.B., T. W. Scammell. 

PORTUGAL. Consuls, Quebec, C.H.E. Tilestone ; St. John 
N B., Ed. Alison ; Halifax, N.S., Thos. Abbott; Vice . 
Consul*; Montreal, C. 8. Watson; Gaspt, P. Vibert, jr" 

STAIN. Consul-General, Quebec, Senor Don Joaq. M. de 
Satrustegui Vice-Consult, Quebec, Don Joee Modesto 



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Blanco ; Montreal, Dr. J. L. Leprohon ; Gaspt, Antoine 
Painchaud ; Halifax, Don Antonio M. de Zea ; Sydney, 
C.B., W. Purves. Consular Agtnti, Yarmouth, JV. S., 
George S. Brown ; Lunenburg, D. Owen, ir.; Liverpool, 
J. M.Viets; Annapolis, D. Owen, jr. ; Little Glace Bay, 
C. H. Rigby ; Pictott, H. Primrose. Vice-Consul, St. 
John, N.B., Henry Jack ; Consular Agents, St. Andrew s, 
N. Y. Grsathead ; St. Stephen s, D. Brown ; St. George, 
B. Johnson ; Caraquettt and Shippega-n. J. R. Doran. 
Vice-Consuls, Charlottetown, P.E.I., J. S. Carvell ; St. 
John s, Newfoundland, Don Jose Fronsky. 

SWEDEN AND NORWAY. Coniul, Quebic, A. Falkenberg. 
Vice-Conrul*, Montreal, John F. Wulff; Escouinains, 
John E. Barry ; Saguenay, D. P. Hoble ; Trois Pistoles, 
Nazaire Tetu ; Rimouski and Matane, George Syl vain ; 
Gaspe, J. J. Lowndes ; Dalhousie, N.B., Geo. Haddon ; 
Miramichi, Richard Hutchison ; Richibucto, R. Huteh- 
ingon ; Buctouche, J. Bowser; Shediac, Richard Scovil ; 
St. John, John Cudlip ; Bathurst, John Ferguson, jr. ; 
Halifax, N.S., Jag. B. Oxley ; Pugwath, H G. Pineo, jr. ; 
Yarmouth, J. M. Moody ; Sydney, C.B., Win. H. Archi 
bald, jr ; St. John s, Newfoundland, Robt. H. Prowse. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Consul-General, Montreal, 
W. A. Dart. Dep. Consul-General, Montreal, J. R.Rey 
nolds. Consuls, Clifton, R. S Chilton ; Fort Erie, A.C. 
Phillip* ; Goderich, A. A. Thompson ; Hamilton, F. N. 
Blake ; Kingston, S. B. Hance ; Pretcott, C. 8. Sims ; 
Port Snrnia,S. D. Pace ; Toronto, A.D.Shaw; Windtor, 
G.W. Swift ; Coaticook. Edwin Vaughn ; Quebec, F.G. L, 
Struve; Halifax, N.S., M. M. Jackson ; Pictou, N.S., 
Oscar Malmros ; St. John s, N.B., Darius B. Warner ; 
St. John s, Newfoundland, T. N. Malloy ; Charlottetown, 
P.E.I., D. M. Murne ; St. John, Q., W. Hannan ; Win- 
nepeg, M., Jas W.Taylor; Victoria, B.C., D. Eckstein, 

URUGUAY. Consul-Ge neral, St John s, N.B. , J. Robertson; 
Consul, Montreal, F. W. Henshaw; Consular Agents , 
Quebee, C. P. Champion ; Thru Rivers, Jag. McDougall! 



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DOMINION OF CANADA. 



[1873. 



THE ROYAL FAMILY. 



HER MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY (ALEX ANDRINA) VICTORIA, 
By the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great 
Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of the Faith. Her 
Majesty, the only daughter and heir of the late Prince 
Edward, Duke of Kent, fourth sou of King George III., and 
of Victoria-M ida Louisa (friuce-s Dowager of Leinengen), 
Duchess of" Kent, and sister of the King of the Belgians 
Her Majesty was born at Kensington Palace, on the 24th 
of May, 1819 ; baptised on the 24th of June, 1819 ; ascended 
the throne on the demise of her uncle King William IV., 
20th June, 1837 ; and was crowned at Westminster, on the 
28th June. 1838. Her Majesty was married at St. James s 
Palace, 10th February, 1840, to his late Royal Highness 
Francis -Albert- Augustus -Charles -Emmanuel, Duke of 
Saxe, Prince of Coburg and Gotha, who died Dec. 14, 1861. 

ISSUE. Victoria-Adelaide-Mary-Louisa, Princess Royal, b. 

21st November, 1840; married 25th January, 1%8. at the 

Ch^psl Royal, to His rl vyal Highness Prince-fc rederick- 

William-Nicolas-Charlf>e of Prussia. 
Albert- Ed ward, Prince of Wales, b. 9th Nov. 1841. Mar- 

ried 10th March, 1863, at St. George s Chapel, Windsor ; 



to her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Denmark. 
Issue: Albert- Victor-Christian-Edward, b. Jan. 8, 1864. 
George-Frederick-Kmest- Albert, b. June 3, 1803. Louisa- 
ViPtoria-Alexanilri-Dagmar, -b. Feb. 20, 1867. Victoria- 
Alexandra-Ulgt-Mtry, b. July 6. 1868. Maud Char- 
totte-M try-Victoria, b. Nov. 26, 1869. Alexander-John- 
Cnarles Albert, b. April 6. 1871, d April 7, 1871. 

.Uice-Maud-Mary, b. 25th April, 1843. Married 1st July, 
1862. atOsborne. to His Royal Highness Prince Frederick- 
William- Louis of Hesse-Darmstadt. 

Alfred- Krueat- Albert, b 6th August, 1844. 

Helena-Augusta Victoria, b. 25th May, 1846. Married 5th 
July, I8t5ti, at Windsor Castle, tj his Royal Highness 
Prince Fre lerlck-Ohnstian-Charles- Augustus, of Schles- 
wig-Holstein 8onderburg-Augustenburg. 

Louisrt-Ciroline-Alberta, b. 18th Mtrc.h., 1848. Married 
21st March. 1871, at St. George s Chip^l, Windsor, to 
the Right Hn. J ihri-Gnorgn-Edwiird-Hcmry-Dougla*- 
Suth -rli I Citmpoell, M irquis of Lirne. 

Arthur-Williain-Patrlck-Albert, b. 1st May, 1850. 

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

Baatrice-Mary-Victoria-Foodore, b. 14th April, 1857. 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 

SEAT OP GOVERNMENT OTTAWA. 



GOVERNOR GENERAL AND STAFF [Eastern Block]. His 
Excellency Rijnt Honorable the Earl of Dufferin, K.P., 
K.C.B., Governor-General of the Dominion of Canada. &c. 
Staff Lieut-Col. H. C. Fletcher. Scots Fusilier Guards. 
Military Secretary; Lieut. F. Hamilton, 9th Foot, Aide de 
Camp; Lieut. tf. C. B. Coulson. 60th Foot, Extra Ai le de 
Camp: J. L. PiMiss>n. Estj , Private Secretary: Lieut.- 
Col. H. C. Bernari, Lient.-Gol. Duchesnay, Lieut.-Col. 
Cumberland, Dominion Aides de Camp. 

GOVERNOR S SECRETARY S OFFICE (Eastern Block). 
Lieut.-Col. H. C. Fletcher. Secretary; H. Cotton, Chief 
Clerk; J. Kidd, 2nd Clerk; J. D. Burrows, 3rd Clerk; 
G. Smith, Messenger. 

Deputy Qroernon (for signing money warrants), William 
A. Ilimsworth and Etienne Parent. 



PRIVY COUNCIL. 



Minister of Justice <6 Alt. Gen. 



- A- Macdonald 



Minister nf Militia and Defence, Hon. Sir G. K. Cartier, Bt 

Minister of C idn us Hon. S L. Tilley. C.B. 

Minister of Miriar. & Fisheries ..Hon. Peter Mitchell. 

Pi.ttimster General Hon. Alex. Campbell. 

Rec iver Cfeneral H >n. J. C. Chapais. 

Minister of Public Wirks Hon. H. L. Lsngevin, C.B. 

Secretary nf State for Provinces, Hon. Joseph How<>. 

Minister of Finance {^BSS mDCk8 B " 

Minister of Agriculture, Hon. John II. Pope. 

Secretary nf State for Canada. ..Hem. James Aikins. 

Minister of Inland R .venue lion. Ch.irle* Tupper, C.B. 

President of Privy Council Hon. John O Connor. 

Officers. William A. Ilimsworth, Clerk of the Privy 
Council; Jos. 0. Coie, Assistant do. 

Clerks. F. H. II msworth, H. Alexander, Win. Horace 
Lee, Colin Campbell. Doorkneper, M. Naughten. Mes 
sengers, Joseph C.tirns, Patrick Batterton. and B. Grenier. 

Commissioner per de limwpolestatem.- W. A. Himsworth- 



SENATE OF CANADA. 

Hon. JOSEPH E. CAUCHON, Speaker (Quebec.) ROBERT LsM UNE, Clerk of the Parliaments. 
FOR THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. FOR THE PROVINCE OP QUEBEC. FOR THE PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 



SENATORS. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Hon. John Hamilton Kingston 

" Roderick Matheson Perth 

" Frank Smith Toronto 

" Samuel Mills Hamilton 

" Benjamin Seymour... Port Hope 

" Walter H. Dickson Niagara 

James Shaw Smith s Falls 

Ja. U. Benson ... St. Catharines 
Alexander Campbell... Kingston 

David Christie Paris 

James Cox Aikins Rich view 

David Reesor Markham 

Elijah Leonard London 

William Me Master Toronto 

Asa A. Burnham Cobourg 

John Simpson Bowman ville 

James Skead Ottawa 

David L. Macpherson ... Toronto 

Robert Rad Belleville 

Donald McDonald Toronto 

Oliver Blake Waterford 

Billa Flint Belleville 

Ebenezer Perry ..... .... Cobourg 
George W. Allan Toronto 



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SENATORS. P. O. ADDRESS. 

Don. James Leslie Montreal 

" A. B. Foster Waterloo 

" J. C. Chapais Kamoura>ka 

" Louis A. Olivier Berthier 

" Jacques 0. Bureau Montreal 

" Charles Malhiot... Poiute du Lac 

" L. Ronaud.-.Ste.Martine.Chatea. 

" Luc L. de St. Just ... Riv. Ouelle 

" Ulric Joseph Tessier Quebec 

" John Hamilton ... Hawkesbury 

" Charles Cormier Plessisville 

" Louis Panet Quebec 

" David E. Price Chicout mi 

" L. Dumouchel...St. Theresede B. 

Louis Lacoste Bouchei ville 

" J. F. Armand...Riv. des Prairies 

" Charles Wilson MoutreaJ 

" William H. Chxffers...St. Cesaire 

" Jean B. Guevremont Sorel 

" James Ferrier Montreal 



" Thomas Ryan Montreal 

" John S. Sanborn Sherbrooke 



SENATORS. P. 0. ADDRESS 

Hon. Sir Edward Kenny Halifax 

" A. Macfarlane Wallace, N. S. 

T. D. Archibald ... Sydney, C. B. 

Robert B. Dickey Amherst 

Ezra Churchill Han sport 

John Holmes Picton 

Jeremiah Northup Halifax 

John Locke Shelbourne 

John Bourinot Sydney 

William Miller Arichat 

A. W. M-l/elan Londonderry 

H. A. N. Kaulback...Lunenburg 

FOR THB PROVISOS OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

SENATORS. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hon. A. E. Botsford...Westcock,Wmd. 

" John Glasier Sunbnry, N.B. 

" John Robertson... St.. John, N.B. 
" Robert L. Hazen...St. John, N.B. 
" William H. Odell... Frederickton 

" David Wark .-.Fr fierickton 

" Wm H. Sleeves. ..St. John, N.B. 

" James Dever St. John, N.B. 

John Ferguson Bathurst 

" R. D.Wilmot. Belmont. Sunbury 
" A. R.McClelan, Hopewell, Alb.Oo. 



PERMVNENT OFFICERS OF THE SENATE OF CANADA. Robt. LeMoine, Clerk, Master in Chancery, Cashierand Accountant; 
Pennings Taylor. Deputy Clerk, Clerk AssUUnt and Mister in Chancery ; K L. Montizambert. Law Clerk. Clerk of 
Committees aud English Translator; J. Adamson, 1st English Clerk; Poter Miller, 2nd English Clerk; J. Q. Bouriuot, 

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3rd English Clerk and Shorthand Writer; Neil McLean, English Clerk and Clerk of Private Bills; A. A. Boucher, 
Chief French Translator; Alfred Garneau, 1st French Translator and Clerk; I. de St. Denis LeMoine, 2nd French 
Translator and Sergeanf-at-Arms; Victor E. Tessier. Clerk of French Journals; Rev John Johnston, Chaplain ; Ren6 
Kimber, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod; J. B. Myrand, Postmaster; Samuel Skinner. Housekeeper ; K. Botterell, 
Doorkeeper; Peter ftattey, Speaker s Messenger; Peter Dunne. Assistant Housekeeper, News Room. &c., permanent; 
James Wingfield. Assnttnt D<x>rkeeper, Wardrobe. Ac., permanent; Fredk. Gilbert, Bank Messenger, permanent; 
James Doherty, Thomas Wheeler, Louis Robi f aille, John Dunne, A. Boucher, A. Douaire. J. C. Y ong, John. Wingfield, 
Messengers, Sessional ; J. Wingdeld, J. N. Rattey, E. Buck, T. Davis, Pages, Sessional. 

ADDRESS. To the Honorable the Senate of the Dominion of Canada, in Parliament assembled. 

The Petition of 

[Place and date.~\ Humbly sheweth, That, Ac. 

HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

Hon. JAMES COCKBDRN, Speaker. 

CONSTITUENCIES. MEMBERS. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Jacques Cartier. ..Rodolphe Latlamme 

Juliette Louis F. G. Baby 

Kamouraska C. A. P. Pelle.ier Quebec 

Kent, JT. B. Robert B. Cutler.. . 

Kent, Rufus S ephenson Chatham, 0. 

Kiny s, ff. B James Dotnville St John, N. B. 

King s, N. S. Leveret DeV.Chipman.Kentville, N,S. 

Kingsto...n SirJ. A. Macdonald,K.C. B.Ottawa 

Lambton Hon. Alex. Mackenzie... Toronto. 

Lanark, JV. R. ...Daniel Galbraith Almoiite, 

Lanark, S. R. ... John G. Haggart 

Laprairie Alfred Pinsonneault ...Montreal 

L Assumption ...Hon. L. Archambeault...L Assomption 

Laval Joseph H. Bellerose St.Vin. de Paul 

Leedsd-GrenN.R Francis Jones Kemptville 

Leeds, S. R Albert N. Kichards Brockville 

Lennox Richard J. Cart wrisht... Kingston 

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

Lincoln. Thomas R. Merritt St. Catharines 

Lisgar John C. Schiiltz Winnipeg, M. 

L Inlet Philippe B. Casgrain. ... 

London, City Hon. John Casliug London 

Lntbiniere Henry G. Joly Quebec 

Lunenburg Charles E. Church 

Marqui-tte* Robert Cunningham. ...Winnipeg. 

Maskinongi Louis A. Boyer 

M^gantic Edouard E. Richard 

Middlesex, N, .R. Thomas Scatcherd London 

Middlesex, E. R. David Gl< London. 

Middlesex, W. ,R.George W. Ross 

Missitquoi George B. Baker Cowansvilla 

Af tnck James D. Edgar Toronto. 

Montcalm Firmin Dugas 

Montmagny Henri T. Tascheieau. ... 

Montmorency ....Jean Langlois Quebec 

Montreal, Centre. Michael P. Ryan Montreal 

Muntreal, East. ..Louis A Jtttn Montreal. 

Montreal, West ...Hon. John Young Montreal 



MEMBERS. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Addington Schuyler Shibley Napanee 

Albert John Wallace Hillsboro, N. B. 

Algoma Dist II >n. J. B. Robinson Toronto 

Annapolis William II. Ray Clementsport, NS 

Antiyonish Hugh McDonald Antigonish, N.S. 

Arge.nte.ail flon. J. J. C Abbott Montreal 

Bagot Piwrre 3. Gendron ... ..St. Kosalie 

Beauce Christian II. Pozer ......St. George, Q. 

Beauharnois Ulysee I. Robillard Beauharuois 

Bellechasse Telesphore Fournier ....Quebec 

Bert/tier Anselme II. Paquet St. Cuthbert 

Bonavenlure Theodore Kobitaille Xew Carlisle 

Bothwell David Mills Clearville 

Brant, N.R Gavin Fleming (llenmorris. 

Brant, S.R William Paterson Brantford 

Brocl-riUe, Tti. ...Jacob D. Bunll Brockville 

Brome Kdward Carter Ottawa 

Bruce,, N.R John Gillies 

Bruce, S.R lion Edward Blake Toronto. 

/ r> / f Newton L. McKay. ... 

^ Breton I William McDonald.... 

Cardwett Hon. J. II. Cameron Toronto. 

Cariboo Inshua S. Thompson ... 

Carleton, N B. ...Hon. Chas. Connell Woodstock, N. B. 

Carleton, O John Rochester Ottawa 

Chambly Pierre B. Benoit St. Hubert 

Champlain Hon. John J. Ross St.AnnedelaPar. 

Oharlevoix Pierre Tremblay 

Charlotte John MeAdam 

C lateaityuay (Ion. L. H. Holton Montreal 

Cfiijout.c&Sayuen-Vf\\\isim E. Price Chl-outiml 

Colchester F M. Pearson Truro, N.S. 

Compton lion John H. Pope. ...COokshire 

Cornwall, Tn Darby Bergin Cornwall 

Cumberland Hun. C. Tupper, C.B. ...Ottawa 

Digby Alfred W. Savery Digby, N.;S. 

Dorchester Hi m. H. L Lan;evin,C. B.Ottawa 

Drum dd-Art/inb.Pirrro N. Donon 

Dundat William Gibson 

Durham, E. /f....Lswis Ross Port Hope 

Durham. W R. ..Hon. Kdward Blake Toronto 

Elgin, W. R Geo. E. Casey Fingal. 

Elgin, E. R William Harvey 

Essex Hon. John O Connor. ...Windsor 

fromenac George A. Kirkpatrick .Kingston 

Gaspe Pierre Fortin Laprairie 

Glengarry D>nald A Macdonald... Alexandria 

Gloucester Hon. T. W. An^lin St. John, N. B. 

Grenvillf, S A. ..William II. Brouse Prescott 

Grey, JV. K (fcorj^e Snider 0reti Sound 

Grey, E. R William l\. K!e*her Flesh-^rton. 

Grey,S. R Gt-orjte LanJerkin Hanover 

Gwjsbornnuh Hon.S. Campbell Guysboro , N.S. 

Haldiinand David Thompson Indiana 

fr.j.-f. f William .!. .Almon. ...Halifax 

a 1 Stephen.Tobin Halifax 

HaUon John White Milton 

iT m ;7i n ~ /">// I Daniel B. Chishulm... Hamilton. 
Hamilton, City... j H(jnry R WjU(m Hlimilton . 

Hants Hon. Joseph Howe Ottawa 

Hastings. JV. R... Mackenzie Bowell BHlleville 

Hastings, E A . ...John White Roslin 

Hastings, IF. R... James Brown Belleville 

Hockelay i L mis Bcaubien Montreal 

Huntinyunn lulius Soriver Hemmingford 

Huron, N. R. ...Th >raas Farrow 

Huron. K. R M-ilc. lm C. Cameron ...Godcrich 

Huron, U. R Horace [lorton 

Iberville Francois Bcchard Ibmlle 

Inverntss Samuel McDonnell 



NapierriVe Hon. Antoine A Dorion.Montreal 

J\~*w W stminsterllusih .Nelson 

Niagara, Town. Angus Morrison Toronto 

j\ r tc>i/et Joseph Gaudet Gentilly 

Xorl olk A . R. ...John Charfcton 

fforfnlk, S. R William Wallace 

N>rt>tum\i, N. BAloo. P. Mitchell Ottawa. 

North um. O., E. KJoseph Keeler Colborne 

Nurt.Km. 0., W.&Hoa. Jas. Cockbnru Cotiourg 

Ontario, N. R.... William H. (iibbs Oshawa 

Ontario, S. R. ...Thomas N. Gibbs Osbawa 

Ottawa Citu /John M. Currier Ottawa. 

ua ^^ 1 John B Lewi= Ottawa. 

Ottawa, Co Alonzo Wright Ironside, Hull 

Off irrl, A 7 ". R. ...Thomas Oliver Woodstock 

Oxford, S. R. ...E. V. Bodwell Ingersoll 

Peel Kobert Smith 

Perth, N. R. Thomas M. Daly Stratford 

P-rth, S. R James Trow 

P.-trrlmri? , E. R Peregrine M.Grover Norwood 

IWerburo, W. .ff.Wm. Clnxton Peterboro 

p. , f Kon. Jas. McDonald... 

" \ Robert D.nill 

Pontiac Win. M. Wrinht 

Portnetif. E. A. de St. Georges 

Prescott Albert Haerar Plantagenet 

Prince Eitward.., Walter Ro^s Picton 

Pi-ovenc/ier Hon. SirG. E. Cartier. ..Ottawa 

Qiiflifc, fl .ntre ...Hon. J. E. Canchon Quebec 

Viifbei"., E-ist AdolpheTourangeau ...Quebec 

Quebec, IPenl Hon. Tlios. McGreevey Quebec 



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CONSTITCENCIBS. MEMBERS. P. 0. ADDR188. 

Quebec, Co Hon. P. J.O.Chauveau... Quebec 

Queen s, N. B. ...John Farris Queen s, N. B. 

Queen s, N. S. ...James F. Vorbes Liverpool, N. 8. 

Senfrew, <V. R...Jame Findlay Pembroke 

Renfrew, S. .R... James O Rielly Kingston. 

Rtstigouche George Moffatt Dalhousie. N.B. 

Richmond, N.$...lawu! Leveiconte Aric hat. N.S. 

Kiehm d dkWolfe. William H. Webb Melbonrne 

Richelieu Michel Mathien 

Rimoiiski .T. B. Rumuald Fiset 

Jtowillt HonorS Mercier 

Russell James A. Grant 

a. 1 Bu 



CONSTITUENCIES. MEMBERS. P. 0. ADDRESS, 

Three Rivers Wm. McDougall Three Rivers 

Toronto, East James Beaty Toronto 

Toronto, Wst lohn Crawford Toronto 

Toronto, Centre... Robert Wilkes Toronto 

Two Mountains.. Wilfred Prevost 

Vancouver Hon. Sir F. Hinckv Ottawa 

Vaudreuil Robert Harwood .....Rigaud 

Vercheres ... Felix Geoffrion Verclieres 

Victoria, N. 5.. .John Costigan Grand Falls, N.B. 

Victoria, N. ...Wm. Ross St. Annes, N.S. 

Victoria,0., ^V.K.Joseph Staples 

Victoria, 0., S.R.George Dormer Lindsay 

Victoria, B.C. 1 Henry Nathan 

1 Amor De Cosmos 

Waterloo, N. R... Isaac K. Bowman St. Jacob* 

Waterloo, S. R... James Young Gait 

Wetland 

Wellington, JV..R.N. Higginbotham ....Guelph. 

Wellington, S. R. David Stirton Guelph 

Wellington, C: /?.Jamos Ross Cumuock 

W-ntworth, JV.ft.Thomas Bain 

We.ntworth, S. /f.Joseph Rymal Barton 

Westmoreland.. ..Hon. A. J. Smith Dorchester 

Yale 

Yanaska Joseph Dnguay St. Davids 

Yarmouth Frank Killam Yarmouth, N.S. 

York, N.B John Pickard Fredericton, N.B. 

York, O., E, R... James Metcatfe Toronto 

York, O., jV.H...Anson G. P. Dodge Kesvvick. 

York,O., HC.R....David Blain Toronto 



, Acalus L. Palmer St. John, N.B. 

St. John, N.B.Cy.llun. S. L. Tilley,C.B....Ottawa 

St. Hyacintke ...Louis Delorme St. Hyacinthe 

St. Jo in s, Q Francois Bourassa St. Jean (Mtl.) Q. 

St. Maurice Elie Lacerte Yamachichi 

Selkirk D. A. Smith Winnipeg. 

Slitfford Hon. L.S. Huntingdon.. .Montreal 

Shelburne Thomas Coffin Barrington, N. S. 

Slierbrooke, Tii... Edward T. Brooks Sherbrooke 

Simcoe,N.R Herman II. Cook Toronto 

Simcoe, S. It William C. Little Allendale 

Soulanges _ Jacques P. Lanth er .... 

Stanstead Charles C. Colby Stanstead 

Stormont Cyril Archibald Dickinson Land g 

Sunbury Charles Burpee Sheffield, N.B. 

Temismuata Elie Mailloux 

Tarrebanne L. F R. Masson Terrebonne 

OFFICERS OF THE Housi OF COMMONS. Alfred Patrick, Acting Clerk and Clerk Assistant ; William Fanning, Second 

Ainistant Clerk and Translator of Votes and Proceedings and Journals ; D. W. MacdoBell, Sergeant at-Arnu. Lato 

Department Q. W. Wicksteed, La\f Clerk ; Wm. Wilson, jr., Assistant Law Clerk and Chief English Translator ; T. 01. 

Cournollea. Assistant Law Clerk and Chief French Translator. Accountants Department Thomas Vaux, Accountant; 

Joihua Stansfeld, Assistant Accountant and Book-keeper. Department of Rtrutine and Records F. McGillivray, 

Clerk of Routine and Records. General Department H. Hartney, Chief Office Clerk and Clerk of the Joint Com 
mittee of both Houses on Printing; H. B. Stuart, English Writing Clerk; E. Denechaud, French Writing Clerk; 

J. II. T. Blais. II. R. Smith, H. Lindsay, J. S. Sloane, C. Panet, Wm. Bowles, R. McG. Moffat, and J. Livingston, Junior 

Clerks. Committee Department J. P. Leprohon, Clerk of Controverted Elections. Private Bill Department Alfred 

Todd. Chief Cleik of Committees, and Clerk of Private Bills; T. Patrick, Second Clerk of Committees, and Clerk 
of Railway Committees ; F. X. Blanche!, Third Clerk of Committees. Voles and Proceedings H. Poetter, Clerk of 
Votes and Proceedings. French Translators Department J. F. Gineras, E. Blain, Joseph Ta*$e and J. A. Genant, 
Assistant French Translators. English Translators Department F. Hayes, R. J. Wicksteed, Assistant English Trans 
lators. Journal Department W. B. Ross, English Journal Clerk; P. Rivet, French Journal Clerk; A. G. D. Taylor, 
Clerk of Petitions. Library Department Alphens Todd. Librarian; A. G. Lajoie, Assistant Librarian; A. Lapernere, 
and A. Todd, Library Clerks. Pott Office Department Pascal Poirier, Postmaster ; E. Pelletier, Post Office Messenger. 
Department of Sergeant-at-arms A. L. Cardinal, Chief Messenger ; 0. Vincent, Library Messenger; J. O Connor, Door 
Keeper; Jos. Lemonde. Speaker s Messenger; Wm. Graham, Messenger; James Hoy, Library Messenger ; Ed. Stacey, 
Messenger; Edward Storr, Assistant Door-keeper; Etienue Roy. Joseph Brown, 0. Roberge, M. Lafiamme, A. Elliott, 
K. Asselin, N. Turgeon. Messengers; J. Fitzsimmons, G. Smith, Night Watchmen. 

ADDRESS To the Honourable the House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada, in Parliament assembled. 

The Petition of 

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



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. Hon. Sir J. A. Macdouald, 
K.C.B , Minister of Justice and Attorney-General; Hewitt 
Barnard, Deputy Minister of Justice: John Stuart, Chas. 
Drinkwater, Frederick White, Edward Radford, and F. G. 
Becher, Clerks ; Patrick Lynch, F. Curran, Messengers. 

CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT [ Eastern Block]. Hon. S.L.Tilley, 
C.B., Minister of Customs; R. S. M. Bouchette, Commis 
sioner; J. Johnson, Assistant Commissioner; J. Drysdalo, 
Book-keeper ; J. W. Peachy, Corresponding Clerk ; J. R. 
Audy, Clerk of Seizures and Forms; G. A Mailleue, P. E. 
Sheppard, II. C. Hay, C P. Bliss, J. Barry, P. C. Ryan, 
R. H. Mackay. W. A. Bell, C. F. Stevens. J S. Fairweather, 
G. V. Ince, G. W. Grant, T. J. Waiters, C. H. Hardine, and 
H. Bennet, Clerks; II. Kavanvrh. and F. H. Knight, In- 
.spactors of Ports; J. Walls and P. Connolly, Messengers. 

COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. 

Those marked thus* are Warehousing Porti. 

Amherst,* J. J. Fox. Cnliourg,* George Perry. 

Amkerstlmrg* E. Anderson. OoUiorne,* W. A. Rooth. 

Cbrnwatt*, R. K. BullocK. 

Oramahe,*J. M. Merrirnan. 

Darlington,* John Rankin. 

Dover* J. P. Barrett. 

Dundas,* W. B. Gwyn. 

Dundff.* E. D. Phillips. 

Dunnville, W. A. Macrae. 

Elgin. R. P. McMillan. 

tort Erie,* R. Graham. 

Frtlighsburgh, H. J. Parker. 



A. Dixon. 

Braniford* D. Curtis, jr. 

Brighton, M K. Lockwood. 
.Brochvills.,* George Easton. 

BurweU, K A. Dunham. 
Chatham,* J.G.Ponnefather. 

Ouppa>ua.*C- St G.Yarwood. 
1 Ctarenceville, Chas. Stewart. 

Clifton* W. Leggett. 
Cbajicook* W. S. Williams. 



Gananoque, J. Ormiston. 
Gaspe,* J. 0. Bellenu. 
Goderic i* D. Doty. 
Guelph* E. Carthew. 
Hamilton* W. H. Kittsou. 
flp.mmingford, M. Sweet. 
Hope* M . Whitehead. 
Kingston.* W. B. Simpson. 
Kingsville, J. King. 
Lacolle, A. Holden. 
London* J. B. Strathy. 
MontreM* A. Delisle. 



Picton* J. S. Clutn. 
Potion, George Guun. 
Prescott,* H. D. Jessup. 
Quebec* J. W. Dunscomb. 
Rimouski,* P. L. Gauvre&a. 
Rowan, P. Bennett. 
Russelfown, R. Rogers. 
Sarnia,* J. W. Verner. 
Saugeen, W. Keith. 
Sault Ste. Marif* J. Wilson. 
Stanley* W. Hemphill. 
Starutfad, C. S ChunnelL 



Morrisburg, Hiram Carman. St. Oitfiarines. J. Clark. 



Napanef,, John Benson. 
New Carlisle,* John Fraser. 
Newcastle, It. Farncornb. 
Niagara,* W. Kirby 
OkvMe,* R. K. Chisholm. 
Osluiwa* C. Walsh. 
Ottawa, D. Graham. 
Owen Sound. W.A.Stephens. 
Paris.* F. H. Haycock. 



St. Johns,* B. Burland. 
Stratford, Jno. Hamilton. 
Sutton, B. Seaton. 
Three Rivers, C. H. Godby. 
Toronto,* Jamas E. Smith! 
Trenton,* A. Mrtcaulay. 
Wudlacelnirqh. C. Fcaser. 
Wtiithy* W. Warren. 
Windsor,* Wm. Benson. 
Woodstock *W. H.Vanlngen. 



Fbnetanguisli. W.N.Rutledge 

Philipsburg, W. W. Smith. 

DEPARTMENT OP IM.AND REVENUE. Hon. Chas. Tapper, 
C.B.. M.D., Ministrtr of Inland Revenue; A. Brunei, Com 
missioner; E. Miall, jim., Assistant Commissioner; J. B. 
Brown. F. Measam, R. Borradale, P. M. Robins, R. Nettle, 
Wm. Himsworth, jun., E. D. Clark, M. Battle, H. B. 
Teakles, N. Stewart, F. R. E. Campeau, and J. F. Shaw, 
Clerks; John Fowler and George Fowler, Messengers, 



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District Inspectors of Inland Revenue, Henrj Godson, 
Of Toronto, for Toronto District ; A. N. Striker, of PrescoU, 
for Kingston District; C. E. Komain, of Gnelph, for London 
Dutriet; R. Bellemaro, of Montreal, for Montreal District; 
J. M. Lfmoine, of Quebec, for Quebec District; Thomas 
Hsnford. of St. John, for New Brunswick: A. Patterson, 
of Halifax, for Nova Scotia. John Davis, of Toronto, In 
spector of Distilleries. 

FINANCE DEPARTMENT. [Eastern Block]. Sir Francis 
Hincks, K.C.M.G. & C.B , Minister of Finance; J.Langton, 
Deputy and Auditor; Wm. Dickinson, Deputy Inspector 
General: ITon. John Simpson, Assistant Auditor: Thomas 
Ross, Clerk of Contingencies; Norris Godard, Chief Clerk; 
Thos. Cruse, Jai. Patterson, M. A. Higgins, First Class 
Qerkg; Thomas Hector, Insurance Clerk; C.J.Anderson, 
H. R. Frinp. C. J. Tasker, Savinpg Bank Clerks ; Charles 
Ready, Private Secretary ; A. Gary, E. C. Barber, G. M. 
Jarvis. R. W. Baxter, J. A. Torrance, W. A. Blackmore. 
Tred. To,]]pr. T. Crosf, H. A. Jones, R. O Reilly, Seymour 
Tobin, J B. Simpson, R.L.Killaly, . I. G.Aumond, and W. 
E Orp. Herts; C.W. Jones, James Young, John Rhodes. 
Stationery Office; Patrick Pender, John Pender, Thomas 
dead, >. avengers. 

DBI RIJIE^T OF MILITIA AND DEFENCB. Hon. Sir G. E. 
Cartier, <rt., Minister of Militia and Defence; Major Geo. 
Futvoye, Deputy Minister; Col. Robertson Ross, Adjut. 
General of Militia ; Lieut. Col. Walker Powell, Deputy 
Adjut. General. Office of Minister of Militia and Defence 
[Eastern Block] B. Suite, J. R. E. Chapleau, H. D. J. Lane, 
Oerkg, John W. Gow, Messenger. Account Branch. 
Robt. Berry, Chief Clerk and Accountant ; C. H. O Meara, 
B. Gelinas.W. H. Aumond, M. F- X. Huot, Clerks; Napol. 
Oiault, Messenger. Adjutant-General t Office [Western 
Block]. W. R. Wright, Chiet Clerk ; Lieutenant Col. C. 
Stuart, Military Secretary to Adjutant General; Grant 
Bevmour, F. X. Lambert, G. E. M. Sherwood, C. Junot, 
T. C. Larose, Sir J. D. Hay, Clerks; L. Morel, M. Ryan, 
Meggengers. Store Branch. Lieut. Col. Thomas Wily, 
Director o: Stores; George Grant, W. M. Steers, Joseph 
Feomans, Clerks. 

DIPARTMEM OP PUBLIC WORKS [Western Block]. Hon. II . 
L. Langfcvio. C.B., Minister; T. Trudeau, Deputy; F. Braiin, 
Secretary. Engineering Branch J. Page, Chief Engineer; 
G. F. Baillairge, Assistant Engineer ; C. McCarthy, J. LeB. 
Ross, Renfi deckel, Draughtsmen; Thos. S. Scott, Archi 
tect; 8. McLaughlin, Photographer. Financial Branch 
Jamss Baine, Book-keeper and Accountant ; 0. Dionne, 
A. P. Bradley, Assistant Book-keepers and Accountants; 
J, W. Harper, Clerk and Paymaster. Corresponding Branch 
T. B. French, F. H. Ennis, J. F. N. Bonneville, George 
Verret. L. Lefebvre, W. J. Tilley, Daniel Carey, L. N. For- 
tler, Wm. Curran, ThSophile Fortier and A. J. Duffy, 
Clerks; Richard Pope, Clerk and Minister s Private Sec 
retary; H. A. Fissiault, Law Clerk ; M. Walsh, H. Potvin, 
J. Dsslauriers, Messengers. Arbitrators Hon. P. Van 
Koughnet, James Cowan, Isidore Hurteau, Wm. Compton. 
ftcretary to Arbitrators . H. Ennis. 

DBPARTMKNT OF SECRETARY OF STATE o? CAHAPA. Hon. 
JVC. Aikins, Secretary of State: E. Parent. Under Secre 
tory of 8 ate. Correspondence Branch W. H. Jones, First 
Qai* Clerk; I. M. Tetu and M. L. Amouroux, Clerks. 

Rtgittry Branch E. J. Langevin, Deputy Registrar and 
and Clerk of Crown in Chancery: J. A. Belanger, L. A. 
Catellisr, E. Brousseau and II. J. Morgan, Clerks. 

Ordnance Lands Branch W. F. Coffin, Ordnance Lands 
Agent; F. P. Austin, Clerk; W. Mills, Book keeper ; J. For- 
gyth, Lands Bailiff; P. Logan and E. B. Wood, Meesengerg. 

Dominion Lands Branch. .7. S. Dennis, Surveyor Geu. 
Of Dominion Lands; G. McMicken. Crown Lands Agent 
for Manitoba : A. Codd. Draughtsman (Ottawa); W. M. 
Gpodeve and K. Henry, Clerks, (Ottawa.) 



Office of the Queen s Printer. Brown Chamberlln, 
Queen s Printer; T. H. Hodgins, Clerk; C.C. Rogers, Book 
keeper and Clerk, and W. Gliddon, Clerk; A. Potvin, 
Messenger. 

OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE FOR PROVINCES. Hon, 
Joseph H jwe, Secretary of State for the Provinces and 
Supt. General of Indian Affairs; Edmund A. Meredith, 
LL.D., Under Secretary of State: G. Powell. Chief Clerk; 
H. E. Steele, 1st Class Clerk; N. Tetu, Clerk ; Wm. Howo, 
Clerk and Private Secretary ; C. Owne and H. J. Brook, 
Messengers. 

Indian Branch [Eastern Block]. William Ppragg, 
Deputy Superintendent; C. T. Walcot, Accountant; Ik 
Vankoughnet. Clerk; J. P. M. Lecourt, Draftsman; G. V. 
DeBoncherville, French Translator; J. B. Butler, Agst. 
Accountant, and Fred. Smith, Clerk. Western Superin- 
tendency R. Mackenzie, V. S. and Commissioner, Sarnias 
Rev. W. P. Chase, Missionary, Caradoc; Rev. A. Jamieson> 
do., Walpole Island ; Dr. W. Lambert. Medical Attendant^ 
Amherstb gh. - Central and Eastern Sup. W. R. Bartlett^ 
V. S. and Com., Toronto; R. Dalton, Clerk, Toronto; Ret 
T. Stanton, Missionary, Tyendinaga; Dr. G. H. Corbett, 
Med. Attend., Orillia. Grand River Sup. J. T. Gilkison, 
V. S. and Com., Brantford; H. Andrews, Clerk, Brantford; 
Dr. R, H. Dee, Middleport, Dr. W. McCargowi Caledonia, 
Dr. T. Pyne, Hagersville, Med, Attendants. Northern Slip. 
Wm. Plummer. V. S. and Commis.. Manatowaning-; 
McGregor Ironsides, Clerk, do.; Dr. T. Simpson, Medical 
Attendant, do. Lower Canada Rev. F. Boucher, Lorette; 
Rev. F. X. Marcoux, St. Regis ; Rev. L. Trahan and Rev. 
A. L. Fortin, St. Francis, Roman Catholic Missionatieg. 
Manitoba Indian Commissioner W. M. Simpson. 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. See page 65. 

MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT. Hon. P. Mitchell, 
Minister of Marine and Fisheries; Wm. Smith, Deputy of 
the Minister of Marine and Fisheries; W. F. Whitcher, 
Commissioner of Fisheries; J. Tomlinson. General Super 
intendent of Lighthouses for the Dominion of Canada ; 
John Hardie. Chief Clerk; John Tilton. Accountant; S, 
P. Bauset, sen., 2nd Class Clerk and Truuslator ; Wm. L, 
Magee, Assistant Book-keeper; F. F. Gourdeau, W. H. 
Alexander, Thos. E. Drinkwater, Geo. C. Huney, W. B, 
Carleton, J. H. Mclllree, G. II. Harpur, Clerka ; Thoma* 
Wheeler, Messenger. 

DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE [Western Block]. Hon. 
J. H. Pope, Minister of Agriculture; J. C. Tache, Deputy 
Minister; John Lowe, Secretary; A. J. Cambie. Patentand 
Chief Clerk; F. J. S. Dore, First Class Clerk and Account 
ant of Immigration Branch; D. Brymner, fen, Second 
Class Clerk and Archivist ; S. Drapeau and W. H. John 
son, Statist Clerks; C. C. Neville, Statist Returns; Siri- 
nus Ferland, Trade Mark, Copyright, and Archivist; N. 
Boissonnault, Curator of Patent Models; H. Casgrain, 
Assis t. Patent Clerk; K. Tetu, D. Kouthier, J. K. D A 
teuil, D. Lanigan, J. B. Jackson, and J. F. Dionne. Clerks; 
W. J. Lynch, II. Beaumont Small, and H. G. Hopkirk, 
(Private Secretary to Minister), Junior Clerks; J. B. 
Lemieux, Office Keeper; J. Leveillee, Model Repairer; 
J. Boily, B. Moreau, J. B. Lacroix, Messengers. 

RECEIVER GENERAL S OFFICE [Eastern Block]. Hon. J. 0. 
Chapais, Receiver General; Thos. D. Harington, Deputy 
do. ; Thomas C. Bramley, Book-keeper ; F. Lewis, Bank 
Accounts and Public Debt Accountant; J. B. Stanton, 
Receipts and Savings Banks Clerk; L. F. Dufresne, Clerk 
in charge of Dominion Stock Account; C. W. Shay, Gene- 
ral Clerk; F. Hunter, Assistant Book-keeper: J. B. H. 
Neeve, Stamp Act and Correspondence Clerk ; J. R. Nash, 
Warrant Clerk; C. Gough, Junior Clerk, Debenture 
Branch; J. F. Pellant, Extra Clerk; C. E Turgeon, Ant 
Stock and Savings Bank Clerk; F. L. Casault, Offi/ 
Keeper and Messenger ; F. McCaffrey, Messenger. 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 

SEAT o GOTEKNMENT TORONTO. 
LKCTESAKT GOVERNOR. The Hon. William P. Howland, C.B., Toronto. E. G. Curtis, Private Secretary. 

1IICUTIT* COUNCIL. 

Attomty General Hon. Oliver Mowat. Commissioner of Croum Lands... Hon. R. W. Scott. 

Treasurer " Adam Crooks. Secretary and Regittrar , " X. B Parde* 

CbMM, of Agric.a PublicWorkt < Archibald McKellar 

J. G. Scott, Cleric. * H. Kinlock, Aisistant Chrk. 
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HOUSE OP ASSEMBLY. 

Hon. J. G. CURRIE, Speaker. 



CONSTITUENCIES, NAME. p. o. ADDRESS. 

Addingtnn H. M. Daroche Napanee 

Algoma P. VV. Cumberland ...Toronto 

Bothwdl A.. Me (Cellar Chatham 

Brant, N. R H. Finlayson Paris 

Brant, S. R E B Wood Brantford 

Brockville W. Fitzsirnmons Brockville 

JBntce,N. R D. Sinnlair Sau?een 

Brute, S. H R. M. Wells Toronto 

Cardtaell G. Me Mann* Mono Mills 

Oarleton W. G. Monit Ottawa 

Cornwall Cornwall 

Dundas Simon C mk Morrisburgh 

Durham, E. R A. T. Ft. WitlUm3....Port [lope 

Durham, W. R .1. McL*ol Bowrnanville 

Elgin, E. R J. II Wilsm St. Thomas 

Elgin, W. R T. Hod^ins Toronto 

Essex A. Prince Windsor 

Frontenac D. D. Calvin Kingston 

Glengarry J. Craig Cornwall 

Grmvith, S R Prascott 

Grey, Sf. R T. Sott Owen Sound 

Grey, S. R A. W. Lander .Toronto 

Haldimand J. Baxter Cayuga 

Hilton W. Barber Streetsville 

Hamilton I. M. Williams Hamilton 

Hastings, \V. K K.Graham Belleville 

Hastings, E. R H. C >rbv Belleville 

Hastings, ft. R G. II. Boulter Stirling 

Huron, JV. R T, Gibsm Wroxeter 

Huron, E R R. Gibbons God*rich 

Kent T. Diwson Sombra 

Kingston W. Robinson Kingston 

Lambton T. B. Pardee Sarnia 

Lanark, N R 

Lanark, B. R A. 0>le Smithville 

Leeds d-Gr.. iV. fl...H. Mt-rick. Merrlckville 

Leeds, S R H. S. Miclonald Hrockville 

Lennox ...J. G. Grange N^pinee 

Lincoln J. C. Rvkert St. C-Uharines 



CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. 0. ADDRKSS. 

Middlesex, IV R J. 8. Smith Ailsa Craig 

Miiidlesex, W.R A. Mackenzie S.irnia 

Mmck 

Niigara S. Richards Toronto 

NtrthnmAarVd E ...Vf. W. Webb Brighton 

jyorthumberl dW....G. Gilford Cobourij 

Norfolk, S. R S. McCall Vittoria 

Norfolk, E. R J.Clarke Siuv-oe 

Ontario, N. R Thos. Paxton .-Port Perry 

Ontario, S. R A. Farewell Oshiwa 

Ottuiu* R. W. Scott Ottawa 

Oxford, N. R G. Perry Washington 

Oxford, S. R A. Oliver Iniersoll 

Ptd J. Coyne Brampton 

P-.rth, W. R A. vlonteith S ratfird 

Ptrth, S. R T. B. Guest St. Mary s 

Petf.rboro , E. R ....G. Read Keene 

Peterboro , W. R....f. M Fairbairn Peterborough 

Prescott G. W. Hamilton Montreal 

Prince Edward Q. Striker Picton 

Renfrew, S. R E.Harrington Arnprior 

Renfrew, N". R T. Deacon Pembroke 

Russell , W. Cr-tig Russell 

Simcoe, ff. R W. D. Ardagh B.irrw 

Simcoe, S. H T. R Ferguson Coikstown 

S .ormont J. Bethune Toronto 

Toronto, East M. C. Cameron Toronto 

Toronto, Wsst A. Crooks Toronto 

Vic .oria, N. R D. Mcllae Bolsover 

Vic oria, S R S. C. Wood Lindsay 

Wderloo, N. R M. Springer Waterloo 

Wtterlao, S. R I. Clemens Preston 

W lland J. G. Currie St. Catharines 

Wellington, 2V. B....R. McKirn Parkr 

Wellington, C. R....G. Clarke Elora 

W-ttin jtf.n, S. R....V. Gow Guelph 

W-ntwirth,N. K....R. Christie Flamboro West 

W .ntworlh. S. R ...Vf. Sexton lerseyville 

York, E. R H. P.Crosby Unionville 

P. Mridilk London York, W. R P.Patterson Patterson 

Middlesex, E. R E. Toaloy Belmont York, N. R A. Boultbee Newmarket 

OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE or ASSEMBLY. C. T. Gillnnr, Clerk of the House; John Notman, Queen s Printer; 
3. J. Vance, Assistant Clerk and Clerk of Private Bills; Alexander Leith, Law Clerk; A. H. Sydere. Clerk of Routine; 
F. J. Glackmeyer, Ser^eant-at-Arms; Thomas Phillips, Housekeeper and Chief Messenger; T. Byrne, Messenger. 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL S OFFICE.-!! m Oliver Mowat, Attor 
ney-General; J. G. cicitt. Cnief Clerk; G. B. Nicol, E. H. 
T. Howard, Clerks; Michael Smith, Messenger. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY S OFFICE. Hon. T. B. Pardee, Pro 
vincial Secretary: Isatc R. Kehir;, Acting Assistant Secre 
tary; Henry Alley, Frank Jones, Clerks. 

PROVINCFAL REGISTRAR S OFFICE. Hon. T. B. Pardee, Pro 
vincial Registrar; J. P. C Ussher, Acting Deputy Regis 
trar; George llobbs, John A-. Innes, Clerks. 

TREASURER S DEPARTMENT. Hon. Adam Crooks, Treas 
urer; W. R. Harris, Accountant; George Mathews, Chief 
Clerk, Audit Branch : James ROPS, Clerk of Stamps 
and Licenses: R. M. Willson CUrk of Correspondence; 
Hon. Wrn. Cayley. Auditor; C. H. Spronle, Book-keeper, 
Audit Branch; W. R. Nursey, Clerk, Audit Branch; 
Philip Simser, Messenger. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND PUBLIC WORKS. Com 
missioner, Hon. Archibald McKellsr; Secretary Bureau 
of Agriculture, Geo. Buckland, Professor of Agriculture, 
Toronto University; Secretary Department of Public 
Works and Immigration. Win. Edwards; Architect and 
Engineer of Public Works, Kivas Tully; Assistant En 
gineer, T. N. Molesworth; Accountant and Law Clerk, 
F. T. Jones: Draughtsman, W. J. S. Holwell, R. Purdom, 
John C. MacNabb; Clerks. H. C. MacLaurin, James P. 
Edwards, Ralph Bryd^es; Messenger, E. Jenkinson. 

CROWN LANDS DEPARTMENT, ONT. lion. R. W. Scott. 
Connnission-ir; Thoinis H. Johnson, Assistant Commis 
sioner; G. Krtnnely, Law Olerk. Free Grants and Sales 
Branch. J. C. TarbuH, Chi. f Clerk; A. Kirkwood, J. M. 
Grant, P. Alma, J. Murpliv. Clerks. fSuroevs, PMf.nts, 
and Roads. Thos. Devine, T. R. G. S., Survevor-in-Cbief. 
E. Fox, P. L. S , G. B. Kirkpatri. k, P. L. S.. Clerks : II. J. 
Jones, Chief Clerk, Patents; J. lanes, W. H. Bell, Clerks; 



J. W. Bridgland, Superintendent of Colonization Roads. 
Woods and Forests Branch. G. B. Cowper, Chief Clerk; 
W. L. Heron, II. G. Unglois, E. G. Kirby, Clerks. Ac- 
counts Branch. Wm. Ford, Accountant; D. G. B. Ross, 
Book keeper ; R. H. Browne, Clerk. J. M rphy, Registrar; 
J. Bi adshaw, Office Keeper ; A. McDonald, Messenger. 

Crown Timber Agents. Ottawa. A. J. Rns=ell, Agent; 
C S. McNutt, Assistant; J. Ritchie, E. T. SmKh, Clerks; 
R. Mills, Messenger. Belleville. J. F. Way, Agent; J. A. 
Macinnes, J. A. G. Crozier, Clerks. 

Or own Land Agents. 



Apsley ....Duncan Anderson 

li .rlfn II. S. Huber 

Bi icaygeon Jas. Graham 

Bracebridge C. W. Lonnt 

Bruce Mines. ..Juhn Bowker 

Bitchih it E Play fair 

Durham Wm. Ja -ks <a 

Eifanvitle James Reeves 

Elora A S. Cadenhead 



VAmable J.R. Tait 

Lindsay Tas. McKibbon 

Parry Sound. ...1. 0. Beatty 
Pembroke. ... ^d^m Kennedy 

Renfrew Wm. IMpenny 

fSav.gf.fn A. McNabb 

Kinijt.SU. Marie ..C. P. Brown 

Stratford John Sharman 

Tamwnrlh E. Perry 

Vanbrugh ... C. F. Ilolterman 



Goderich 

Kingston R. Macpherson 

Mining Inspectors. A. A. Campbell, Belleville; E. B. 
Borron, Fort William. 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF P. L. SURVEYORS. Hon. Cotn- 
mis-ioner of Crown Landsex-o/Ttcio; J. Stoilghtoa Dennis! 
Ottawa; T. Deviue, Toronto: F. F. Pissmore, Toronto; 
T. F. Gibbs. Adolphustown; Prof Chapmnn (Kxaminerin 
Ge>lo^y), Torouto. Secretary, George B. Kirkpatriclc, 
Toronto. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. ONTARIO. For the 
preneral administration of the Grammar and Common 
Sch 1 Laws. Education Office. Rev. Kgerton Ryprson, 



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D.D., LL.D.. Chief Superintendent of Education ; J. George 
Hodgins, LL.D. B^rrister-at-Law. Deputy Superintendent 
of Education and Editor of the Journal nf Eiucalirin for 
Ontario; Alex. Marlins;, LL.B., Senior Clerk and Accoun 
tant, having alo charge of Grammar School Meteorological 
Returns; V. . I. Taylor, Clerk of Statistics; J.T. R. Stinson, 
Clerk of Records; VV. II. Atkinson. Clerk of Correspon 
dence ; R. R. Manners, Assistant Clerk ot Correspondence ; 
D. B. Heath, Assistant Clerk of Records; Roland Win- 



Stanley, Junior Clerk; Office Messenger, James Moore. 
D pntilory Branch. S. P. May. M D, Clerk of Libraries; 
Henry M. Wilkinson, Depository Cashier and Assistant 
Clerk of Libraries, Qeo. Barbsr. D*-patch Clr* : F.Nudel, 
CUrk of S-iles: R.J. Bryce. Assistant in Depository; S. A. 
May. Picking Room Assistant; \. C. Paull. Junior Assis- 
t nt Clerk; A. Ditchburn. Packer and Mes^nzer; Wm. 
Lemon. Labourer. Offices in the Departmental Buildings, 
Victoria Square, Toronto. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



SEAT SF GOVERNMENT QUEBEC. 
LIELTESAXT GOVERNOR. Hon. Sir Narcisse F. Belleau, Knt. J. B. Amyot, 9th Bat. V. M., Aide-de-Camp, 

EXECUTIVE COU-VCIL. 

Cimmis. Agricul. <t Public WirJcsllon. Louis Archambeanlt 

Speaker Legislative Council " C. B. OeBoucherville 

Si/licitnr General " George Tvine 

Treasurer " Jos. G. Robertson 



Premier. Prov. Sec y, & Regis. ) y, T ,.. 
and Minister nf PMicInstr. \ Hon P J " - Cbauveau 

Attorney Gtn< ral " Gedeon Ouimet 

Commission r of Crown Lands... " Joseph 0. Beaubien. 



OFFICERS. F. Fortier, Clerk of the Executive Council; G. G. Grenier, Clerk; Oliver Vallee, Messenger. 



DIVISION. 



NAME. 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon. C. B. DEBOUCHIRVILLE, Speaker. 

P. 0. ADDRESS. DIVISION. NAME. 



Alma Hon. Jean Louis Beaudrv..Montreal 



Bedford.. 
De Lanaudrere 
DelaDurantat/ 
De la Failure. 
De Lorimier... 
De Salab rry. 

Grandville 

Gulf. 

Inkerman 

Kennebec 

LaSalle 



Thomas Wood Dunham Flats 

Pierre E. Dostaler ...Berthier 

Joa. 0. Beaubiea Nicolet 

Jean Bte. G Proulx... Montreal 
Charles S. ttodier . ...Montreal 

Henry Starnes Ste An. de la Poc. 

Elizee Dionne Perce 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Laurentides ...Hon. Jane Klie Gingras. ...Quebec 



Lajtzvn ......... 

Milte Mm 
JHnnturville ... 



Rigaud ......... 

Rnuge.rn.nrd . ,.. 
Shmviniyan... 
S iret ............ 

Sfadacona ...... " 

Vic nria ......... " 

Wellington.... " 



A. C. ds Lery .......... Quebec 

Felix II. Lem*.ire . ...St. Beiioit 

C.B. deBouch j rville .Boucheeville 
Louis Archnnibcault . Assomption 
E. Pru lhomrae ....... ParHi Montreal - 

John Fraser ............ St. Mire 

John Jones Koss ...... See, An.delaPer. 

D. M Armstrong ...... Sore! 

Thomas McGreevey.. Quebec 
James Ferrier ......... Montreal 

Edward Hale .......... Sherbiooke 



George, Bryson Quebec 

Isidore Thibaudeau...Montmagny 
Louis Panel Quebec 

OFFICERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. G. B. de Boucherville, Clerk, Mas er in Chancery and Accountant; Pierre 
Legare, Assistant Cierk, Master in Chancery, French Translator and Assistant Accountant; Thomas W. Lloyd, Second 
Assistant Clerk, Clerk of the English Journals, and Engl^h Translator; Isa e Jodoin, Advocate. Clerk of the Officef 
and Cammittees, and Translator; B. Globenfki, Advocate, Clerk of French Journals, Clerk of Permanent Orders and 
Private Bills, and Translator; V, Faucher, jun., Clerk of Special Committees and Petitions. Trans. ator; S S. Hatt, 
Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod; T. E. Roy, Sergeaut-at-Arins ; A. Labelle, Copyist; F. X. Brault, First Messenger; 
Francis Blais, Richard Clancey, Messengers. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

HON. JOSEPH G. BLANCHET, Speaker. 



CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Arfffnteuil S. Bellingham Montreal 

Bngot P. S. Gr-nctron Ste. Rosalie 

Beauce C. II. Pozer. . St. George 

Beauharn<,is I (on. Sir G. E. CartierMontreal 

Bellfc/iasse Onesime Pelletier . ...St. Charles 

Bf.rtliif.r Louis Sylvestra Berthier 

Bonaventure Theodore Robitaille..New Carlisle 

Brome W. W. Lynch Knowlton 

Chambly G Larocque Longueuil 

Champlain F- Trudl Montreal 

Charltvoix Ad. Gagnon Baie So. Paul 

Chatf.auguai/ .... Kdouard Laberge Ste. Philom6ne 

Chicout. d-SagutP. A.Tremblay Chic-outitni 

Oomptnn VV. Siwyr Sawyerville 

Deux-Montaffne,t..llnn. G Ouimet Montreal 

Dorcfiester Nap. Larochelle St. Anselme 

Drum. f Art/Mlj.Vf. Laurier Arthabaskaville 

Gaspt P. Fortyn Laprairie 

Boclielaga Loui< Beaubien Montreal 

Huntingdon Thomas Sanders Havelock 

Iberville ....Louis Molleur St. Jean 

Jacques Cartier..,N. M. Le Cavalier. ...St. Laurent 

Joliette V. P. Lavallee St. FH!IX de Valois 

JKamouraska ....Charles F. Koy Ste. Anne da la Poc. 

Laprairie And. Ks npart Laprairie 

L Assomptfvn . ...Onnphe Pelletier ./....L Epipbanie 

Laval J. H Bi-llerose St. Vincent de Paul 

L&vit Hon. J. G. Blanchet.Levis 

L Islet I . O. Verrault St. Jean, Port Joly 

Lotbiniere II. G. Joly Quebec 

Mtiikinrmqe Moise Houde Riv. du Loup(enh-) 

Megnntic Hon. G. Irvine...... ...Quebec 

Mitsisxuoi Josiah S. Brigham ...Philipsburg 



CONSTITUEN. IES. > AME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Montcalm ..Firman Dugas Montcalm 

Montmagny Tel. Pournier Quebec 

Mmtmtrencg Hon. Jos. Couchon ...Quebec 

Montreal, Centre. Hon. L. II. Holton.... Montreal 

Mmtreal, Rut ...F. David Montreal 

Montreal, Wat...V. Cassiily Montreal 

Napierville L D. Lafontaiue St. Kdouard 

Nicolot 0. Methot St Pierre leg Bee 

O taw i (County)..K. B. Eddy Hull 

Piintiac John Poupore Chichester 

r<>r/np.uf Praxede Larue St. Augustiu 

Qufhec, Centre.. ..Hon. 1J. L. Langevin. Quebec 

Qusbeo, Kst J. P. Rheaume Quebec 

Qtirbec, Wist John Hearn Quebec 

Quebec (County).. Hon. C.J.O Chan veau..Quebec 

Hicnnn d & V\r o /eJacques Picard Wotton 

Rii.h .lieu, J. A. Dorion St. Ours 

Rimnuxki Alex. Chauveau Quebec 

RouvUle V. Robert Ste. Angela 

St. Ht/acinlhe ....P. Banhand St. HyaMnthe 

St. Joan F. G. Marchand St. Jean d lberr. 

St. Maurice Kbz Ge>in Three hi vers 

Slifjf ird Tlorf. M. Laframb iise..M intreal 

S/ifrbro ike, IbwnHon. J. G. Robertson..Sherbrooke 

Soulanges R. UeBeaujeu Ooteau du Lao. 

Stanstea t Thomas Locke Stantead 

Ttmiscwita Elie Mailloux Stu. Ars ne 

T rrebnnnr. J. A. Cbapleau Montreal 

Three, Rivrs.Oityn. G Mxilhot ...Three Rivera 

Two Mountains. ..lion. G. Ouimet Montreal 

Vaudreitil Em. Lalonda Ste. Mirtha 

Vfrc/ieres J. Daigle Helocil 

Tamaska Charles Gill Sorel 



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OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. George M. Muir, Clerk of the Ilouse ; Etitr>ne Simard. Assistant Clerk; Tbo 
McCord, Law Clt-rk; C. A. Parue iu, Clsrk; Laurent Siisonenu, Accountant; Charles F. Lauglois, Chief Office Clerk. 
Distributor of Stationery, and Superintendent of Extra Writers : C. J. Ardonin, Alex. Boulinger, Cytille Pettigrew, 
Thomas Prendergast, Copying Clerks; Charles P. Lindsay. Chief Committee Clrk and Clerk of Elections; Edounrd, 
Lemoine. Clerk of Private Bills Cammittee; Ed. S. Belleau, Assistant Clerk; A. N. Montpetit, Chief French Translator; 
Benoit Marqnette, 1st Assistant Translator; Buteau Turcotte, 2nd Assistant Translator; Wm. Cook, Chief English 
Translator; J. B. Duggan, Assistant Translator; Edouard Demers, Speaker s Secretary. Assistant Clerk of Committees, 
nd Permanent Copying Clerk; Paul E. Smith, Clerk of the Enzlisb Journals; 0. C. Delachevrotisre, Clerk of th 
French Journals ; Louis Fortier, French Assistant Clrk; Josh, Whyddsn, English Assistant Clerk; Leon P. Lemay, 
Librarian; Pierre Chenest, PoRtmister: C. Dion, Assistant Postmaster and Permanent Messenger; Charles Garneau, 
Stirjreant-at-Arms; Olivier Robitaille, Chief Messenger; Alfred Pallotier, Speaker s Messenger; Martial Boy, Edward 
Littlejohn, Joseph Trudelle, Simeon Gagne, Jacques Morin, and Et. Gauvreau, Messengers. 



SECRETARY S OFFICE. Hon, P. J. 0. Chaureau, Provincial 
Secretary; P. J, Jolkoeur, Assist. Secretary; G W. Golfer, 
English Clerk ; Pierre Chauveau, First Clark, Fiench Cor- 
rppondence: Oliver Campeau, Accountant; J. B. Lenoir, 
Second Clerk; Joseph 0. Laurin, Copying Clerk ; Pierre 
Eravost, Messenger. 

PROVINCIAL REGISTRAR S DEPARTMENT. Hon. P. J. 0. 
Chauveau, Provincial Registrar; J. B. Meilleur, Deputy 
Registrar ; A. Belanger, First Clerk ; E. Poitras, Messenger. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. Hon. P. J. 0. 
Chauveau, Minister of Public Instruction; Dr. Louis 
Giard, Secretary ; H. II. Miles, Assist. Secretary ; Patrick 
Delaney, Clerk of English Correspondence and Assistant 
Editor of the Journal of Education ; Napoleon Legendre, 
Clerk of French Correspondence, Asst. Editor of the Jour 
nal de I Instruction Puhligue,, and Librarian ; A. Thomas, 
Clerk of Accounts and Statistics; Leopold Devisme, Assist. 
Clerk of French Correspondence; Jacques Lappare, Copy- 
Jog Clerk and Storekeeper; Paul Blouin, Messenger. 

TREASURER S OFFICE. Hon. J. G. Robertson, Treasurer; 
Joseph Elliott, Asst. Treasurer ; Gaspard Drolet, Auditor; 
Henry Hemming and F. D. Tims, Bookkeepers; Arthur 
Giard, A. H. Verrett (Agent Quebec Fire Loan), S anley 
H. Holt. Josh. E. E. Marnwtte, and W. A. Davies, Clerks; 
Henry Hughes, Office Keeper and Messenger; G. Trudelle, 
Second Messenger. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND PUBLIC WORKS. Hon. 
Louis Archambeault. Commissioner; Simfion Lesage, Asst. 
Commissi ner; E. 0. Moreau, Secretary-Accountant and 
Director of Colonization ; Pierre Gauvr<-,au, Chief Engi 
neer; J. B. Derome, Assistant Engineer; E. H. Nesbitt, 
Book-keeper; C. Lesperance, Assistant Bookkeeper; Jos. 
0- Fontaine, Assis. Director of Colonization ; Thos. T. Nes 
bitt, Registrar; J. B. Peltier and J. B. Sirois, Messengers. 

Council of Agriculture, Henri G.Joly, President; Hon. 
P. J. 0. Chauveau. Hon. L. Archambeault, Members ex- 
Ufflcio. Members Hon. Joseph 0. Beaubien, Hon D. E. 
Price, Hon. John J. Ross, Joseph Gaudet, Basile Benoit, 
Louis Beaubien, Rev. Francois Pilote, Rev. S. Tasse, Edw. 
J. DeBlois, Louis H. Msvssue, J. M. Browning, M. H. Coch- 
rane, Wm. Sommerville, L. LevSsqne, A. Marsan, A. Cas- 
avant, J. N. E. Fsribault, S W. Blackwood, F. W. Gray. 
Secretary G. LeClere, M.D., Office, 615 Craig st., Montreal. 



DEPARTMENT OF LAW OFFICERS or THE CROWN. Hon. 
Gedeon Ouimet, Attorney General ; Hon. George Irvine, 
Solicitor General ; Joseph A. Defoy, Assistant of the Law 
Officers of the Crown; Antoine T. Marsan, Clerk; Isaie 
V6ronneau, Messenger. 

DEPARTMENT OF CROWN LANDS. Commissioner, Hon. J, 
0. Beaubien; Assistant Commissioner, K. E. Tache; Den, 
Surveyor General, Joseph Bouchette. Surveys Branch 

E. T. Fletcher, G. G. Dunlevie, F. Chasse, and T. MorkilL 
Accountants Branch J. V. Gale, H. B Dufort. G. G. Gale. 
Land Sales, Western Section W. F. Collins, F. D. Dugal, 
W. E, Collins, L. Berthelot. Registrar J. J. Prendergast. 
Woods and Forests L. A. Robitaille, A. Pare, Jules Tachg. 
Land Sales, Eastern Suction L. D. Lemoine, L. L. Rivard, 
D. C. Mackedia. Extra Clerk, J. B. Proulx. Housekeeper, 
P. Potvin ; Messengers, P. Cahill, C. Dumontier. 

Registration Service Quebec: P. L. Morin, G. A.Varin, 
R. D Estimanville, F. Lachaine. Montreal: J. B Varin, 

F. W. Blaiklock, U W. Sicotte, J. H. Lee-lair. Thru 
Rivers: G. A. Bourgeois, L 0. A. Arcand, P. Guillet. 

Crown Land, and Timber Agents. Coulonge Edmund 
Heath, Clarendon. Qatineau Robert Farley, Chelsea. 
Petite Nati,/n Geo. W. Cameron, Th-irso. Magog Orrin 
B. Kemp. Granny. St. Francis William Farwell, Rob 
inson Village. A rthabaska Antoine Gagnon, Arthabas- 
kaville. Chaudiere Achille Fortin, Ste. Claire. Monfr- 
magny T. Breen, Montmagny. Grandville 0. T. Dub6, 
Riviere du Lonp en baa. Rimouski J. B. Lepage, Rimous- 
ki. Bonaventure J. N. Verge. Carleton. Sagutuay Geo. 
Duberger, Murray Bay. Lake St. John s Ovide Tremblav, 
Chicoutimi. Israel Dumais, Sub-Agent, Roberval. St. 
Charles Zephirin Rousseau, St. Rochs-Tuchu. St. Matu 
rice Alphonse Dubord, Three Rivers. L Assomption B. 
Delphausse, Joliette. C. E. Belle, Montreal. GaspS, part 
of J. Eden, Gaspfi, part of. L. Roy, Sub- Agent, Cap Chat. 

BOARD FOR EXAMINATION OF P. L. SURVEYORS. Hon. the 
Commissioner of Crown Lands, ex officio ; Jos. Bouchette, 
Dep. Surveyor-General. Adolphus Larue, Quebec; F. Tetu, 
Montmagny ; J. Bignell, Lambton ; F. W. Blaiklock, C. P. E> 
Baillarge, E. T. Fletcher, L. P. Gauvreau, Quebec, Proy. 
Land Surveyors. Secretary, Alexander Sewell. Quebeq. 
Examiner in Geology and Mineralogy, Sir William B. 
Logan, &c. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT FREDERICTON. 
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR His Excellency Lemuel Allan Wilmot, D.C.L. Private Secretary : S. Adams. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Piesident Hon. Robert Young 

Attorney General " G.E.King 

Provincial Secretary " J. J. Fraser 

Surveyor General " B. R. Stevenson 

Chvtf Oommis. Board of Works . " W. M. Kelly 



Member of Council Hon. William S. Caie 

" A. McQueen 

" " J.H.Crawford 

" G. W. White. 

F. A. H. Straton, Clerk. 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 



Hon. J. S. SAUNDERS, President. 



COtTNTIKS. 

Albert Hon 

Garleton 

Qiarlotte 

Charlotte 

Gloucester 

Kent 

King s 

Jforthunberl d " 
Queen s " 

OFFICERS OF THE 
Rev. 



COUNTIES. 

Reitigoucht ...Hon. 

St. John " 

St. John " 

Sunbury " 

Victoria " 

Westmorland... 

Westmorland... " 

York " 



NAME. P. O. ADDRESS. 

.J.Lewis Hillsboro 

C Perley Woodstock 

Wm. Todd St. Stephens 

J. J. Robinson ...Camp > Bello 

R. Young Caraquette 

O. Mclnerney Richibucto 

J. H. Ryan Mill Stream 

Wm. Muirhead ...Chatham 

Gideon D. Biiley...Canning 

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL George J. Bliss, Clerk; J. H. Phair, Assistant Clerk; B. R. Jouett, Usher 

John M. Brooks, D.D., Chaplain. 



NAMB. 

W. Hamilton 

A. McL. Seely 

T. R.Jones 

C. Harrison 

B. Beveridge 

E. B. Chandler... 

D. Hannington .. 
J. S. Saunders.... 



p. o. ADDRESS. 
.Dalhousie 
,St. John 
.St. John 
.Sheffield 
.Tobique 
.Dorchester 
.Shediac 
..Fredericton 



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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 



Hon. EDWIN A. VALE, Speaker. 



NAMB. 



P. 0. ADDRESS: 



CONSTITUENCIES. 

Albert Rufus Palmer, M.D...Hopewell 

James Ryan Coverdale 

Oxrleton Wni. Lindsay Woodstock 

" Hon. Geo. W. White. ..Centreville 

Giarlotte Hon. B. R. Stevenson St. Andrews 

" Francis Hibbard St. George 

" Joseph Donald St. Stephens 

Gloucester Samuel H. Napier ...Bathurst 

Theotime Blauchard.Oaraquet 

Kent Hon. Wm. S. Caie ...Koucbibouguac 

" Antoine Girouard ...St. Marys 

King s Edwin A. Vail, M.D.. Sussex 

" George Otty Hampton 

Hon. J. H Crawford. St. John 

Northumberland Hon. W. M. Kelly.. ..Chatham 

" J.C. Gough Chatham 

" Thomas F. Gillespie... Chatham 

}]ichael Adams ...Newcastle 

Queen s E. Williams Gagetown 

" Walter S. Butler ...Sjpher s Cove, G. L 



COXSTITUfiXCIEg. 



NAME. 



Resligouche . 
tt 

St.Jnhn 

it 

St. John 

H 

St. John (Otty) 
n ti 

Sunbury ... 

ti 

Victoria, 

Westmorland 
tt 

n 
(t 
York .. 



...W, Montgomery 

...John 1 hillips 

...Hon. G. E. King . 

...J. Coram 

...Michael W. Maher . 
...Edward Willis ... . 
...Aaron Alward, M.D. 
Wm Wedderburn . 
..Archibald Harrison. 
...J, S. Covert ... . 
..L. Theriault ... . 
...James Tibbits ... 
...Peter A. Landry 
..Hon A. McQueen . 
,...T. A. Humphrey, . 
..D. L Hannington . 
..Kobert Robinson 
..Hon. J. J. Fraser . 
... J. A. Beokwith... . 
..Charles McPherson. 



P. 0. ADDREC8. 

.Dalhousie 

.Dalhonsie 

.St. John 

.Carleton, St. John 

.St. John 

.St. John 

,.St. John 

.St. Jchn 

.Maugerville 

.M auger ville 

.St. Leonard 

.Fredericton 

.Dorchester 

.Mount Wbatley 

.Moncton 

.Dprchester 

.Canterbury 

.Fredericton 

.Fredericton 

.Fredericton 



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY C. P. Wetmore, Clerk; J. Richards, Clerk Assistant; H. Beckwith, Sergeant- 
at-Arms; Rev. Charles Spurden, D.D., Chaplain. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY S OFFICE. Hon. John .7. Fraser, 
Provincial Secif tary ; J. W. Smith, Chief Clerk ; a. N. 
Babbitt and E. Urtnson, Clerks. 

BOARD OF WORKS DEPARTMENT. Hon.W. M. Kelly, Chief 
Commissioner ; Asa Coy, Ch ief Clerk ; Adolphras G. Beck- 
with, Civil Engineer. 

SURVEYOR GENERAL S DEPARTMENT. Hon. B. R Steven- 
Bon, Surveyor General ; Andrew Inches, Deputy Surveyor 
General; Dugald Stewart and W. P. Flewelling, junior, 



Crown Land Clerks; Timothy O Connor, and A. Sibbald, 
Draughtsmen. 

GOVERNMENT OFFICERS. J. S. Beek, Auditor General; 
Theodore II. Rand. Chief Superintendent ot Schools; Geo. 
Thompson, Chief Clerk Education Office ; Geo. E. Fenety, 
Queen s Printer; Win. Carman, Clerk of Supreme Court at 
Law and Equity; George J. Bliss, Assistant Clerk; W.H. 
Tuck, Clerk of Crown in Supreme Court ; Edward L. Wet- 
more, A.B., Deputy do.; H. G C. Wetmore, Librarian to 
Legislative Library. 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

SEAT or GOVERNMENT HALIFAX. 

LnrmWANT GOVERNOR (and Deputy Governor for signing Marriage Licenses) His Excellency Lieut. General Sir Chas. 
Hastings Doyle, K.C.M.G. Harry Moody, Private Secretary; Captain Gary, 15th Regt., and Capt. H. 0. G. Haly; 
84th Foot, Aides-de-Camp ; Lieut. Col. W. II. Cterke, Nova Scotia mUitia, Aide-de-Camp ; Major M.B.Daly (1st 
Brigade Mil. Artillery), Provincial Aide-de-Camp. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



Treaattrer and President Hon. Wm. Annand 

Attorney General " H. W. Smith 

Provincial Secretary " Wm. B. Vail 

Oommis. of Putilic Works ft Alines " Wm. Garvie 
Oommis. of Crown Lands " Edward P. Flynn 



Member of Council 



Clerk, 



...Hon, R. A. McHeffey 
... " R. Robertson 
... " John Ferguson 
... " James Cochran 
... " W. R. Vail 



Retired Membtrs nf Executive Council retaining their rank and precedence, by special permission of Her Maj tty. 
Hon. James W. Johnston, Hon. Joseph Howe, Hon. Charles Tupper, C.B., Hon. William A. Henry, Hon. James 
McDonald, Hon. Samuel L. Shannon, Hon. Alexander McFarlane, Hon. Adams G. Archibald. 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL 

Hon. Alexander KEITH, President. 

NAME AND P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hon. Freeman Tupper, Liverpool 



John McKinnon. Antigonishe 
Peter Smyth, Port Hood 
Samuel Creelman, Colchester 
Wm. 0. Heffernan. Gui/iborottgk 
D. MeN. Parker, Halifax 



Hon. 



WAKE AND P. 0. ADDRZSS. 

Hon. Robt. M. Cutler, Guysborough 

" Stayley Brown. Tarmottth. 

" Alex. Keith, Halifax 

" Henry G. Pineo, Wallace 

" R. A. McIIelfey, Windsor 

K John Creigliton, Lunenburgh 

" Wm. C. Whitman, Annapolis 

OFFICERS. John 0. Halliburton, Clark; Robert L. Weatherbe, Law Cle k and Clerk of Parliament; Rev. George W. 
Hfll, A.M., Chaplain ; John J. Sawyer, Gentlemen Usher of the Black Rod. 



NAME AND P. 0. ADDBI3S. 

James Fraser, Pictnu 
Wm. Annand, Halifax 
Henry Martell, Arichat 
Gilbert McKeuna, Slitlburne 
Charles Dickie, Oormoallis 
James Cochran 



CONSTITUENCIES 

Annai-alia 
c. 

Antiffonishe 

H 

CdUJiester 

( 

Cbaufcrtand 
n 


HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 


P. 0. ADDRESS. 

..Sydney, C.B. 
..Sydney, C. B. 
..Halifax 
..Clare 
..Sherhrooke, St. M. 
..Port Mulgravs 
..Halifax 
..Halifax 


NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Jared C. Troop Bridgetown 
Davia C. Landers ...Wilmot 
Daniel McDonald ...Antigonishe 
Joseph McDonald ...Antigonishe 
Thomas F. Morrison. .Londonderry 
Samuel Rettie Truro 
Henry G. Pineo, jun. Wallace 
Edward Vlckery -...Parrsboro 


CONSTITUENCIES. KAMI. 

Cope Breton ...JohnFergusson.. 
" ...AlonzoJ. White 
Digby Wm. B. Vail ... 
Urbaln Doncette 
Guysborough ...John A. Kirk ... 
...Wm. H. Wylde... 
Halifax Wm. Garvie ... 
< JohnFlinn ... 



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CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. 


P. 0. ADDRESS. 


CONSTITUENCIES 


NAME. 


P. 0. ADDRESS. 


Halifax 


...Dona .d Archibald .. 


.Mupquodoboit 


Pictnu 


Hugh J. Cameron . 


..New Glasgow 


Sards 


...Wm. McDougall 


.Walton 


Quern s 


Henry W. Smith . 


..Liverpool 


" 


...Henry Allison 


Windsor 


. 


Samuel Freeman 


..Liverpool 


Inverness ... 


...Hiram Blanchard .. 


.Halifax 


Richmond 


Kdward P. Flynn . 


..Halifax 


u 


... 




tt 


Murdoch MoRae 


.. Arichat 


King s 


...Daniel Moore 


.Kenttille 


S^dburne 


Robert Robertson . 


..Barrington 


u 


...r>. B. Wood worth ... 


Kentviile 


Shdburne 


Thomas Johnston . 


..Locke s Island 


Lwienburah 


...Mather B. Desbrisay 


Bridgewater 


Victoria John Ross 


..Ba-ldeck 


u 


...James Eisenhauer .. 


.Lunenburgh 


" Charles J.Campbell 


..Baddeck 


Pictou 


... 




Yarmouth 







...Simon H. Holmes ...Pictou 



...Albert Gsyton , 



...Pubnico 



OFFICERS OF TPIE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Clerk. Hsnry C. D, Twining; Assistant ClerK, Lawrence G. Power; Chaplain, 
Eev. Canon Cochran ; Sergeant-at-arms, A. M. Gidney ; Assistant Sergeant-at-arms, James L. Griffin. 

PROVINCIAL SECRFTIRY S OFFICE. Hon. Wm. B. Vail, 
Provincial Secretary: H. Crosskill, Deputy Provincial 
Secretary; H. Kerr,"R. U. Bell, Clerks. 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER S OIFKE Hon. Wm. Annand, 
Provincial Treasurer : W. E. Brine, Clerk. 

ATTORNEY GENERAL S OFFICE. Hon. H. W. Smith, Attor 
ney General. 

CROWN LANDS DEPARTMENT. Hon. E. P. riynn, Commis 
sioner; Assistant Commissioner, W. A. Hendry; Edward 
Morris, F. LeBlanc, M. Cuppiadge, E. C. Fairbanks and 
J. H. Austin, Clerks. 



DEPARTMENT OF MINE^ AND PUBLIC WORKS. Hon. Wm 
Garvie, Coiumis.- loner ; Dep. Commissioner, John Kelly; 
Inspector of Mines, Henry S. Poolo; Inspector of Works, 
H. B. Reid. 

BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. Hon. A. McFarlane, Presi 
dent; H. Yeomans, V. P.; Professor Lawson, Secretary. 

EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT. Superintend of Education, 
Rev. A. S. Hunt, M.A. : Council of Public Instruction, 
Members of Executive Council. 

PROVINCIAL HOSPITAL TOR INSANE. Medical Superinten 
dent, James R. Delloyle, M.D. 



PEOYINCE OF MANITOBA. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT FORT *GARRY. 
LiEUiiNANT-GovERNOR OF MANITOBA AND NORTH W.SST TERRITORIES Hon. A. G. Archibald. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



President Hon. James McKay 

JMorne.y-Gene.ral " H. J. Clarke, Q.C. 

Provincial, Secretary " Joseph Royal 



Provincial Treasurer ..Hon. Thomas Howard 

Commis. Public Works d-Agricult. " John Norguay 
Ledley Blanchard, Clerk. 



Hon. Donald Gunn 
" Solomon Jlamlin 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon. James McKAY, Speaker. 

Hon. Colin Inkster 
" Francois Pauphinais 

Thomas Spence, Clerk. 



Hon. Francis Ogletree 
" John H. O Donnell 



LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 



CONSTITUENCIES. FAME. 

Lake Manitoba ...Angus McKay 

PmtageLa Pi-aireef. A. Bird 

High Bluff John Torquay 

Poplar Point D. Spence 

Bait St. Paul ...Joseph Dubuc 

St. frs. Javier E. Hon. P. Breland 

St. Frs. A avier, W. Hun. Joseph Royal ... 

Seadingly James Cunningham ... 

St. Charles Hon. H. J.Clarke, Q.C. 

St. James L dwin Bourke 

St. Boniface E ...Hon. M. A. Girard ... 
St. Boniface W. ...Louis Schmidt 



Hon. 

P. O. 1DDRESS. 

St. James 
The Porta-re 
High Bluff 
Poplar Point 
Winnipeg 
WhitellorsePl. 
Winnipeg 
Headingly 
Winnipeg 
St. .lames 
Winnipe; 
St. Boniface 



, Speaker. 

COVSTI1UEXCIE8. NAME. 

St. Vital A. Beauchecuin .... 

fit. Norbe.rt, N. ...Joseph Lemay 
St. Norbert, A ...Pierre Delorme ... 

Ste. Agat/ie George Klyne 

St. Anne s John McTavish ... 

Winwpry d- St.Johnlloa. D. A. SinitL... 

Kildcman John Sutherland... 

St. Paul s Dr. Bird 

St. Andrew s S. ...E Iward Hay... 



St. Andrew s 
St. Clements ... 
St. Peter s ... 



...Hon Alfred Boyd 
...Thomas Bunn 
...Hon. Thomas Howard 



P. 0. ADDR1S3. 

..St. VitU 
..St. Norbert 
..St. Norhert 
..St. Agathe 
..Fort Garry 
..Fort Garry 
..Kildonan 
..Winnipeg 
..St. Andrew s 
..St. Andrew s 
..Mapleton 
..St. James 



Molyneux St. John, Clerk. 



OF EDUCATION. Right Rev. Bishop of St. B ni- 
face, Right Rev. Bishop of Rupert s Land ; Revs. J. Lavoie, 
J. Black, C. Pinkham, G. Young, J. Allnrd, Dugas; 



Royal, Superintendent of Catholic Schools; Rev. Cyprian 
Piukham. Superintendent of Protettant Schools. 
OmciALS John Armstrong, Sheriff; G. B Spencer, Col- 



Hon. Joseph R >yal, John Norquay, Dr. Bird, Molyneux lector of Customs; Hon. Alexander Morris, Chief Justice; 
St. John, Pierre De L Orme, Joseph Dubuc. Hon. Joseph j Danitl Casey, Prothonotary. 



PKOVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

SEAT or GOVERNMENT VICTORIA, V. I. 
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Hon. Joseph W. Trutch. Private Secretary A. G. J. Pinder. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



President Hon. H. Holbrook 

Provincial Secretary " A. R. Robertson 

Attorney General " John F. McCreight 



Chief Com, Lands and Works.. ..Hon. Geo. A. Wal&em 
J. J. Young, Clerk. 



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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 



Speaker. 



DISTRICT. NAME. P. O. ADDRESS. 

Cariboo Hon. G. A. Walkem ..Victoria 

" Joseph Hunter Barkerville 

" John Barnston " 

Comox John Ash Victoria 

Gvwic\an Win. Sniithe Swan Lake 

" John P. Booth Salt Spring Is. 

Esquimault .. ..Hon. A. Robertson ..Victoria 

<< .... Henry Cogan Craig Flower 

Kootenay John A. Mara Kootenay 

Charles Todd 

Lillooet Andrew T. Jamieson . . LUlooet 

< T.B.Humphreys " 

. . John Robson Victoria 



DISTRICT. NAME. 

New Westminster J. C. Hughes 

" " W. J. Armstrong 

N.Westrnin. City Hon. H. Holbrook 

Victoria Amor De Cosmos 

" Arthur Bunster 

Victoria City ..Hon. J. F. McCreight 

" " ..Sirucoe Duck 

" ..Robert Beaven 

" ..James Trimble 

Yale. Robert Smith 

" J. Robinson 

" Charles A. Seinlin .. 



P. O. ADDRESS. 

Burrard Inlet 
N. Westminster 

N. Westminster 

Victoria 
it 

Victoria 



Lytton. 
Bonaparte 



Nanaimo 

OFFICERS OF LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Charles Cook, Clerk ; J. Roland Hett, Law Clerk ; Thomas Harris, 
Sergeant-at-Arms ; , Messenger. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY S DEPARTMENT. Hon. A. R. 
Robertson, Provincial Secretary ; Chas. Good, Assistant 
Provincial Secretary ; John Connell, Clerk. 

Printing Branch. R. Wolfenden, Superintendent; 
R. Butler, G. Williams, Printers. 

Audit Branch. 1. R. Holmes, Audit Clerk. 

Treasury Branch. John Graham, Clerk in charge ; 
A. Colder, Clerk. 

ATTORNEY GENERAL S DEPARTMENT. Hon. J. F. Mc 
Creight, Attorney-General ; H. S. Mason, Clerk. 

LANDS AND WORKS DEPARTMENT. Hon. G. A. Walkem, 
Chief Commissioner ; B. W. Pearse, Assistant Commis 
sioner ; A. R. Howse, Clerk of Records ; 



Draughtsman ; J. J, Austin, Accountant ; J. Baker, 
Messenger ; , Clerk. 

T. A. Bulkly, Provincial Surveyor, pro tern. 

SUPREME COURT. Hon. M. B. Begbie, Chief Justice ; 
Hon. H. P. Pellew Crease and Hon. J. Hamilton Gray, 
Puisne Judges. R. Woods, Registrar ; C. E. Pooley, 
Deputy Registrar ; J. Irving, Usher. 

REGISTRAR GENERAL S OFFICE. H. B. W. Aikmon, 
Registrar-General of Titles, Registrar-General of Births, 
Deaths and Marriages, Registrar of Joint Stock Co s. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. W: F. Tolmie, M.W.T. Drake, 
A. Munro, A. J. Langley, R. Williams, E. Marvin. 



NORTH WEST TERRITORIES. 

SEAT OP GOVERNMENT FORT GARRY. 

LIECT.-GOVERNOR OP MANITOBA AND NORTH WEST TERRITORIES Hon. A. G. Archibald. EXECUTIVS CODNCIL. Hon. Mr. 
J uitiee Johnson, Hon. Donald A. Smith, Hon. Pascal Breland. 



MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS AND SCHOOLS. 



, OF THE COLLhGE OF PHYSICIANS A>D SURQEO.XS 

OP ONTARIO. The College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Ontario is nut a teaching body, but simply the Corporate 
name of the Profession in Ontario. Tne Council of the 
College is the body entrusted by Act of Parliament (22 
Tic. Cap. 45,) with legislative pow c r in matters relating to 
medical education, having power to make by-laws for de 
termining lha admission and enrollment of students; and 
authority to fix and determine, from lime to time, upon a 
curriculum of studies to be pursued by students; and to 
appoint examiners in preliminary educ* ion; also, power 
to appoint a Board of Examiners by whom all persons 
must be examined, touching their qualification to practise, 
before they eau be registered accenting to law, and parti 
cipate in the benefits of regi-unuiou. 

TERRITORIAL REPRESENTATIVES. 

Western < SI. Clare. E. G. Edwards, M.D., Strathroy ; 
ifaUihwle <i- Ttcumseth, J. Hyde, L.K.P.S., Glas , Stratford; 
Saugeen < Brock, W. Clarke, L.K.C.S.I., Guelph ; Gore < 
Thames, D. Clai ke, M.D., Princeton; Erie de Niagara, John 
Lawrence, L.M.B., Paris; Burlington d- Home, J. D. Mic- 
donald, M.I)., L R.C.S., Ed., limiutou; King s t Queen s, 
W. Coburu, Ml)., Osnawa; Newcastle & Trent, J. Forrest 
Dewar, M.D., L.R,C.S , Port Hup ; Quinte d; Calaraqui, 
0. S. Strange, M.U., Kingston; Halharst & Ride.au, J. A. 
Grant, M.i)., M K.C.P., Load., Ottawa; St. Lawrence <& 
Eastern. Vf. II. Brouse, M.D., t rescou. 

COLLEGIATE REPRESENTATIVES. 

University of Toronto, W. 0. Kastwood, M.D., Whitby 
University of Victoria College, 0. V. Berryrnan, W.D., York- 
Ville; University of Queen s Collrgt, Aiex. Belhune, M.D., 
Glanford ; University of Trinity College, E M. Hudder, M. 
D., F.R.C.8., Eng., Toronto ; Toronto School of Medicine, 
W. T. Aikius, M.D., Toronto. R<>yal College of Physicians 
and Surgeons, K n., M. Lavell, M.D., Kingston. 

HOMOSOPATHIC REPRESENTATIVES. D. Campbell, M D. 
L.R.C.S., EUiu., Toronto; J. Adams, 34. D., Toronto; Win- 
Springer, M.I)., lugersoll; G. 0. Fuld, M.D., Woodstock^ 
Ellas Yetnou, M.I)., Hamilton. 



ECLECTIC REPRESENTATIVES George E. Carson, M.D., 
Whitby ; Jos Morrison, M.I)., Forrest; Setu S. Cornell, 
M.D., Toledo, Out.; John flluir, M.I)., Merrickville; David 
P. Bogart, L.E.M.B., Carlson PUce. 

OFFICERS. President J. Forrest Dewar, M D., L.R.C.S.j 
Edin., Port Hope. Vice-l re*ide.d\>. Campbell, M.D.j 
L R.O S., Edia., Toronto. Treasurer W. T. AikiuS, M.D.i 
Toronto. Registrar ihos. Pyne, L.C.P.S., L.C., Toronto- 

BOARD OP EXAMINLRS FOR 1873. John H. fiangster, A. 
M., Sl.lt., Chemistry; M. Sallifan, M.U., Auatomy; J. L. 
Lizars, M.R.C.ri., Eng., rhyt-iulogy ; H. H. Wright, M.D., 
Medicine and Medical PatliolOjiy ; H. F. Tuck, Ai.D., Toxi- 
cjlogy ; *U. CauipbeU, M.U , JL,rit.C.S., Edm., iledical Jur 
isprudence; *G. 0. Field, M.I)., Surgical Pathology; W. 
Cauniff, M.O., M R C.S., Eng., Surgery; iie.iry R. Keid, 
M.D., Kdiu., Midwifery; lienry Sirauge, M !., Medical 
Diagnosis; John FuUon, MO., L.K.C.P., Lond., Materia 
Medica aud Therapeutirs ; fjos. Morrison, M.I)., Botany 
fjohu Muir, Ii.E.M.B-, S^uit-iry Science. 

MATRICULATION EXAMINERS. A. JklcMurchy, Toronto; 
Samuel VVood, M.A., Kingston. 

Those Members of the Bourd of Examiners whose names 
are prefixed wiih an asterisk (*) or dagger (f;, are the ones 
approved of by the Homoeopathic aud Eclectic Represen 
tatives in the Council as Examiners of Homoeopathic or 
Eclective Students in Materia Medica and Iherapeutici, 
Theory and Practice ot Medicine, Surgery, oilier then 
operatne, and Midwifery, oilier than operative, in accord 
ance with the terms ol Sej. 2i>, of the Ontario Medical Act. 

Dr. P>ne will also gne information upou the neces 
sary steps to be taken to secure the registration of diplo 
mas, and send forms for affidavus, on application. 

UNIVERSITY OP TRINITY COLLEGE, TORONTO. Medical 
Faculty: E. M. Hodder, M.D., F.R.O.S. Eng., Dean of the 
Faculty; Obstetrics aud Diseases ot Women uud Children 
W. R. Beaumont, M.D., F.H.C.S., Emeritus, Principles and 
Practice of Surgery; J. Boveil, M.D., M.R C.P., Emeritus, 
Pathology, General and Special, and Medical Diagnosis; 
Nornun Jlothune, B.A., 1U)., M.K.C.S., F.R.C.S., Principles 



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MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS AND SCHOOLS. 



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end Practice of Surgery, and Clinical Surgery ; Win. Hal- 
lowell, M D., L.R.C.S., Materia Medica aud Therapeutics ; 
Walter B. GeiKie, M.D., F.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Principles and 
Practice of Medicine, and Clinical Medicine; J. Fulton, 
M.D.. M.R.C.S., LRC.P., Physiology; C. W. Coveruton, 
M.D., M R.C.3., Pathology, &c. ; J. Algernon Temple, M.D., 
M.R.C.S., Assistant Lecturer on Obstetric* and Diseases of 
Women and Childien; J. E. Kennedy, B.A., M.D., Lep- 
turerbn Medical Jurisprudence and Psychology; W. H. 
Ellis, M.A., M.B., Chemistry, General and Practical; H. 
Robertson, M.B., M.R.C.S., Eng., General and Descriptive 
Anatomy; A. J. Johnston, M.D., M K.C.S., Demonstrator 
of Anatomy and Lecturer upon Microscopical Anatomy; 
C. R. W. Biggar, B.A., Lecturer on Botany. 

UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA COLLEGH, COBOURG. Medical 
faculty, Toronto Branch: Chas. V. lierryman, M.A., M.D., 
Physician to tha Toronto General Hospital, Secretary to 
the Faculty, Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Medical 
Jurisprudence ; John N. Reid, M.D., Physiology and Micro 
scopy; William Caaniff, M.D., M.K.C.S. Eng., Physician 
and Surgeon to the Toronto General Hospital, Consult 
ing Surgon to the Eye and Ear Infirmay, Dean of the 
Faculty, Principles and Practice of Medicine, and General 
Pathology; Eli Jag Barrick, M.D., M.R.C.S.. England, 
L.R.C.P., London, L.R.C.P. aiid L.R.C S. Edinburgh, Lie. 
Mid. R.C.S., Englaud, and F.O.8., London, Treasurer of 
the Faculty, Midwifery, and Diseases oi Women and Child 
ren; James Newcombe, M.D.,M.R.C S., England, L.R.C.P., 
London, Principles and Practice of Surgecy ; J. J. Cassidy, 
M.B., University of Toronto, Physician, and Surgeon to 
the Toronto General Hospital, and Surgeon to the House 
of Providence, Associate in Surgery aud Clinical Surgery ; 
G. M. Warren, M.D., M.R.C.&, Eug., late Surgeon Bava 
rian army, General and Descriptive Anatomy and Surgical 
Anatomy; Charles Archibald, M.D., Associate in Piiysi- 
ology aad Botany ; George Baptie, M.A., University of 
Toronto, Chemistry ; K. B. Shuttleworth, Manager To 
ronto Chemical Works, Editor Pharmaceutical Journal, 
Practical Pharmacy ; John Fraser, M.D., L.R.C.P., London, 
Eng., L.R.C.S., Edia., Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

UNIVERSITY OP McGnx COLLEGE, MONTREAL. Medical 
Jfacuity: Goorge W. Campbell, M.A., M.D., Dean of the 
Faculty, and Prof, of Surgery ; D. C. McCallum, M.D., Prof, 
ot Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Chi dren; Wm. 
Fraser. M.D., Professor of the Institutes of Medicine; 
Robt. Craik, M.D., Professor of Chemistry ; Wm. E. Scott, 
M.D., Professor of Anatomy; Wm. Wright, M.D., Professor 
of Mrtteria Medica aud Pharmacy ; Robt. P. Howard. M.D., 
Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine ; Joseph 
M. Drake, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine ; G. E. Fen- 
wick, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery and MedicalJuris- 
prudence ; William Sutherland, M.D., Emeritus Professor. 

UNIVERSITY OF BISHOP S COLLEOE, LENNOXVIELE. MtdlCOl 

faculty, Mtrntretil: Aaron H. David, M.D., Edin., L.R.C.S.E. 
D.O.U., Theory and Practice of Medicine, and Dean of the 
Faulty; Robert T. Godfrey, M.A., M.D., Principles and 
Practice of Surgery ; J. L. Leprohon, M. A., M.D , Hygiene ; 
If. W.Campbell, M.A...M.D., L.R.C.P., Lond., Institutes of 
Medicine and Registrar of the Faculty Edward H. Tren- 
holme, M.A.,M.D.O.M., B.C.L., Midwifery and the Diseases 
of Women and Children ; J. Baker Edwards, M.A , Ph D., 
D.C.L., Chemistry, Practical Chemutry and Microscopy; 
Alex. H. Kollmyer, M.A., M.D., Materia Medica and Ther 
apeutics; Richard A.Kennedy, M.A., M.D.C.M., Anatomy; 
William Gardner, M. A., M.D.O.M., Medical Jurisprudence ; 
George Wilkins, M.4.. M.D., M.R.C.S., Kng., Pathology ; 
Silas Everett Tabb, Iff. A., M.D C.M., Botany and Zoology; 
James Perrigo, M.A., M.D.C.M., M.R.C.S., Eug., Demon 
strator of Anatomy and Curator of Museum. 

LAYAL UNIVERSITY. Medical Faculty : Dean, J. A. Sewell, 
M.D.; Professors J. A. Sewell, of Internal Pathology ; J. 
B. Landry, M.D., of External Pathology and Surgery ; A. 
Jackson, M.D., of Midwifery; C. E. Lemieux, M.D., A. 
Anatomy ; F. A. H. LaRue, M.D., of Medical Jurisprudence, 
Hygiene, Toxicology, and Anatomical Microscopj ; Jos. 0. 
Tache , of Physiology; L. J. A. Simard, M.D., < f General 
Pathology and Diseases of the Eyes and Ears; C. Verge, 
M.D., ot Materia Modica; L. Catellier, M.D., Aggregate 
Professor of Practical Anatomy. Secretary, L. J. A. cimard, 
M.D. Director of the Museum, L. J. A. Simard, M.D. 

CANADIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. Officers for 1872-73. 
President: Dr. Grant, M.P. Vice- President, Ontario, Dr. 
McDonald, Hamilton. Vice- President, Quebec, Dr. Marsden, 
Quebec. Vice- Preisdent, Nova Scotia, Dr. C. C. Hamilton, 
Fiefr President, New Brunswick, Dr. Steve. Otn, Secre 



tary, Dr. Pettier. Montreal. Treasurer, Dr. Robillard. 
Montreal. Secretary for Ontario, Dr. Berryman, Toronto, 
Secretary for Quebec, Dr. H. Blanchet, Quebec. Secretary 
for Nova Scotia, Dr. Gordon. Secretary for New Bruns 
wick, Dr. Earle. 

ROYAL COLLKGS OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, KiNGSTOR, 
affiliated to Univ. of Queen s (College, 1866 J. R. Dioksoa, 
M.D., M.R C.P. Lon., M.R.C.S. Eng., and F.R.C.S. Ed., Preri- 
dent. The President, Prof, of Clinical Surgery ; Fife Fowled, 
M.D., L.R.C.S. Edin., .Professor of Materia and Registrar; 
Horatio Yates, M.D., Professor of the Theory and Practice 
of Medicine ; Michael Lavell, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics 
and Diseases of Women and Children; Octavius Yategy 
M.D., Professor of Institutes of Medicine; Mich. Sullivau, 
M.D., Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy; James 
Neish, M.D., Professor of Anatomy ; Thos. R. Dupuis, M J>, 
Professor of Botany; Nathan F. Dupuis, M.A., Professor of 
Chemistry and Practical Chemistry; Alfred S. Oliver, M.D, 
Professor of Medical Jurisprudence; Herbert J Saundera, 
M D., M.R.C.S. England, Demonstrator in Anatomy. Th* 
Session begins on the first Wednesday in October. 

THB TORONTO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, in affiliation with 
the University of Toronto. Incorporated by Act of Parli*- 
mtnt, 1851. Lectures delivered in Medical School Bull* 
ing, University Park, from ist October to 31st March* 
Wia. T. Aikins, M.D., President; H. H.Wright, M.D., Sen- 
retary. Faculty : J. Workman, M.D., Emeritus Lecturer 
on Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children ; Wm, 
T. Aikins, M.D., Lecturer on Principles and Practice of 
Surgery; H. H. Wright, M.D., L.C.P. & S.U.C., Lecturer 
on Principles and Practice of Medicine; J. H. Richardson. 
M.D., M.R.C.S. Eng.. Lecturer on Descriptive and Surgical 
Anatomy; Uzziel Ogden, M.D., Lecture/ on Midwifery and 
Diseases of Women and Children ; James Thorburn, M.D., 
Lecturer on Matsria Medica and Therapeutics ; M.Barrett, 
M.A., M.D., Lecturer on Physiology; W. W. Ogden, M.B-, 
Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence aud Toxicology ; M. H. 
Aikins, B.A., M B., M.R.C.S. Eng., Lecturer on Primary 
Anatomy; W. Oldright, M.A., M.B., Curator of Museum, 
and Lecturer or Sanitary Science; Laughlin M. McFar- 
lane, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy; Richard A. Reeve, 
M. A., M. D., Lecturer on Ophthalmic and Aural Surgery ; 
George Wright, M.A., M.B., Demonstrator of Anatomy; 
Alex. Greeulees, M.B., Tutor in Chemistry; James B. 
Graham, M.D., L.R.C.P., Lond., Demonstration of Morbid 
Anatomy and Histology, Tutor in Microscopy, Ac.; Henry 
H. Croft, D.C.L., F.L.S., Professor of Chemistry and ExperW 
mental Philosophy at University College: II. A. Nichol 
son, M.D., D. Se., M.A., Ph. D , &c., Professor of Botany, 
Ac., at University College. 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGEONS OF ONTARIO. Incor 
porated 1868. Board of Directors and Examiners fbl 
1872-73-74. President: II. T. Wood, L.D.S., Cobourg* 
Treasurer: J. W. Elliott, L.D.8 , Toronto. Stcretary: 
J. B. Willmott, D.D.i?., L.D 8., Toronto. Registrar: C. S. 
Chittenden, L.D.S., Hamilton. S. Zimmerman, D.D.S., 
L.D.S, Fergus; D. Pentland, L.D.S., Peterborough; L. 
Clements, LD.S., Kingston. 

ONTARIO COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. President : Benjamin 
Lymau. Vice- President : J. W. Bickle, Hamilton. Jttgis- 
trar and Secretary : II. J. Rose. Treasurer : Go. Hqdgetts. 
Auditors: H. Miller and W. II. Dunspaugh. Examiners: 
W. Saunders, London; F. Brendon, Brantford; R. W, 
Elliot, Toronto. Council: J. W. Bickle, Hamilton; J\, 
Brendon, Brantford; W. H. Dunspaugh, Toronto; W. 
Elliot, Toronto; G. Hodgetts, Toronto; K. Chandler, Belle 
ville; Benj. Lyman, Toronto; H. Miller, Toronto; E. H. 
Prker, Kingston; J. Roberts, Ottawa; C. Stork, Bramp- 
ton ; W. Saunders, London ; E. B. Shuttleworth, Toronto. 

GBNSRAL HOSPITAL, TORONTO. Trustees: Appointed by 
Government Hon. Judge Adam WilsoD, E. H. Kuthnr- 
ford, and Jeremiah D. Merrick ; by Corporation, Robert 
Bell ; by Board of Trade, John Micdonald, (Chairman). 
Consulting Physicians and Surgeons : W. R. Beaumont, 
F.R.C.S., Eng.; E. M. Hodder, M.D., F.R.C S. Eng. At 
tending Physicians and Surgeons: W. T. Aikius, M.D.; 
James H. Richardson, M.D., M.R.C.S. Eng.; C. V. Berry- 
nan, M.D.; Norman Bethun*, F.R.C.S., Edin.; James 
Thorburn, M.D.; W. B. Geikie, M.D., F.R.C.S. Eng.; W. 
Cannitf, M.D.; J. J. Cassidy, M D. Resident Medical OJL 
cer: J. H. MeCallum, M.D. Secretary and Treasurer: J. 
W. Brent. Lady Superintendent: MUs M. Hay. Houn of 
attendance: 1 o clock, p.m., daily. Visitors are permitted 
to see their friends every day from 3 to 5 p.m., except 
Saturdays and Sundiys. 



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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 



65 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, DOMINION OF CANADA. 



GENERAL POST OFFICE, OTTAWA. 

Postmaster-General, Hon. Alex. Campbell; Deputy Post 
master-General, Wm. H. Griffin. Secretary, Wm. White ; 
First Class Clerk, W. D. LeSueur; Senior Second Class 
Clerk, G. H. Hargrave; First Class Clerks, II. S. Weather- 
ley, B. King ; Senior Second Class Clerks. R. Sinclair, W. S. 
Thomas, H. W. Griffin, J. Plunkett; Junior Second Class 
Clerk, A. Lindsay ; Junior Second Class Clerk and Private 
Secretary to Post Master General, John Leslie; Third 
Class Clerks, G. R. Cochran, Desiie Morin; Junior Second 
Class Clerks, W.A. Maingy, J.Graham; Third Class Clerks, 
A. W. Throop, P. T. Vankoughnet; Junior Second Class 
Clerk, S. Smith, jr. ; Third Class Clerk, J. F. Ruttan ; 
Probationary, James Lemoine, C. B. Brodie, H. K. Brine ; 
.Accountant, II. A. Wicksteed ; First Class Clerks, E. C. 
Hayden, W. El Smithson ; First Class Supernumerary 
Clerks, R. Oliver, J. Audette; Senior Second Class Clerks, 
E. H. Benjamin, II. J. Garrett, P.E. Bucke; Junior Second 
Class Clerks, J. McNab, C. Roger ; Third Class Clerk, G. M . 
Patrick; Junior Second Class Clerk, J.Walsh ; Third Class 
Clerks, R. J. Oliver, D. McCarthy, W. Blanchard, C. G. 
Falconer; Probationary, W. L. Blair. John Hopkirk; 
Cashier, J. Ashworth; Superintendent M. Office, P. 
LeSueur; First Class Clerk, C.W.Jenkins; Senior Second 
Class Clerks, J. Brophy, E. G. Bennett; Junior Second 
Class Clerks, J. McUougall, R. J. Shaw; Third Class 
Clerks, C. J. Higgins, L. Bianchet, C. Sangster, M. K. 
Dumevie, J. F Wall ; Superintendent Savings Bank, 
J. C. Stewart; Senior Second Class Clerk, D. Matheson; 
Junior Second Class Clerk, J. R. Smith; Third Class 
Clerks, A. J. Boswell, E. B Bell, N. Garland, II. Kreps, 
W. II. Hariugton, Arthur Stewart, A, H. Eglesor. ; 
Probationary, E. A. D. Jones, W. H. MeCuaig; Office 
Keeper and Messenger, G Ranee; Messengers, M. Bennett, 
E. Daughtry, John Bell ; Temporary Clerks, J. G. Fortier, 
R. A. Salter, G. R. White, J. C. Bonner, J. M. O Leary, 
C. P. LeSueur. 

Post Office Inapeclors John Dewe, Chief Inspector, Ot 
tawa Station, Ont. ; Arthur Woodgate, Halifax Station, 
N.S.; John McMillan, St. John Station, N.B.; W.G. Shep- 
pard. Quebec Station, Q. : Ed. F. King, Montreal Station, 
Q. ; R. W. Barker. Kingston Station, Ont. ; M. Sweetnam, 
Toronto Station, Oat.; G. E. Griffin, London Station, Ont. 

LETTER RATES, ETC. 

Canada. Letters posted in Canada addressed to any 
place within the Dominion (including MauiiobaandBriiisn 
Columbia) pass, if prepaid, for 3 cents per % oz., but if 
posted unpaid such letters are charged 6 cer " per ^ oz. 
Letters mailed at any office for deliw" / , y or from that 
same office, are charged one cent eac > .ma must be prepaid, 
otherwise they are sent to the Dead Letter Office. 

Newfoundland. Postage on letters cents per Y 2 oz. 
Newspapers 2 cents each. Prepayment necessary. 

Prince Edward Island 1 ostage on letters Scents per 
% oz. if prepaid, 5 cents if unpaid. Newspapers 2 c. each 

Bermuda (via Halifax.) Letters 6cents per J^oz. News 
papers 2 cents each. Printed matter t> cents per 4 oz. 

United Stete*. The rate on letters to the United States 
is 6 cents per Y 2 oz. it prepaid, 10 cents it unpaid. News 
papers 2 cents each. 

MAILS FOR CANADA FROM ENGLAND. 

Two Ocean Steamers carrying mails for Canada leave 
Liverpool in each week, viz. : a Canadian Packet on every 
Thursday, via. Derry on Friday, sailing to Quebec in sum 



mer and Portland in Winter, by which the Postage rate 
is 3d. stg. per y 2 oz. ; and a Cunard Packet every Satur 
day, via Cork on Sunday, bringing Mails to New York 
by which the l^shige rate to Canada is 4d. stg. per y, oz. 
A Canadian Packet leaves Liverpool every alternate Tues- 

No. 1. TabU shewing the Pottage, including Registration Fee, to be collected on Registered Letters sent from Canada 

to the undermentioned Couni.ries. 



day for Halifax, calling at Queenstown en route. Post 
age 3d. stg. per y z oz., same as by Canadian Packet to 
Quebec or Portland. , 

The British Post Office forwards letters to Canada by the 
first packet sailing after the letter is posted, unless the 
letters bear a special direction" By Canadian Packet" or 
" By British Packet" and in that case they are kept over 
for the Packet designated. " By Canadian Mail" is not a 
distinctive superscription ; for any Mail for Canada is a 
" Canadian Mail," by whatever Packet forwarded. 

WEST INDIES VIA HALIFAX. 

Letters for the West Indies, British and Foreign, are sent 
via Halifax and Bermuda, monthly ; postage 12 cents per 
oz., newspapers 2 cents each ; books, 6 cents per 4 oz. 
No unpaid correspondence forwarded by this route. 

REGISTRATION OF LETTERS. 

Persons posting Letters containing value, should be 
careful to require them to bo registered, and to obtain from 
the Post Master a Certificate of receipt for Registration. 

The charge for Registration, in addition to the Postage, 
is as follows, viz. : 

On Letters to any other place in Canada, or Bri 
tish North America 2 cents. 

On Letters tor the United States 5 " 

On Letters for the United Kingdom 8 " 

On Letters for British Colonies or Possessions, 

sent via England 16 " 

On Letters for France and other Foreign Countries, via 

France (see Table). 

On parcels, patterns, or samples, in Canada, 5 cents 
On book packets & newspapers to Uuited Kingdom, 8 cts. 
Both the postage charge and registration fee must in all 
cases be prepaid. 

Registration is not an absolute guarantee against the 
miscarriage or loss of a Letter ; but a Registered Letter 
can be traced when an Unregistered Letter cannot, and the 
posting and delivery or non-delivery <n be proven. A 
Registered Letter is thug secured against many of the 
casualties which, from incorrect addruss, forgetfulness of 
the receiver, or error, may affect an Unregistered Letter. 

PARCEL POST. 

The charge on Parcels by the Parcel Post.which is limited 
to places within the Dominion, is 12% cents per 8 oz. (with 
5 cts. additional if Registered.) 

B OK POST. 

A Book Packet may contain any number of separate 
books, publications, works of literature and art, maps or 
prints, photographs, daguereotypes, when not on glass, or 
in frames containing glass; any quantity of paper, vellum 
or parchment [to the exclusion of letters] ; and the books, 
maps, papers, &c, may be either written printed or plain, 
or any mixture >f the three ; and may bo either British, 
Colonial or Foreign 

Book Packages must be open at both ends or loth sides. 

The rate on Book Packets between any place in Canada, 
and to P. E. 1. and Newfoundland, is one cent per ounce. 

BOOK POST RATES. 



WEIGHT. 


By Can 
adian Pkt. 


By 

Cun d Pkt. 


To France 
by Can. Strs. 


Not exceeding 1 oz. 
1 to 2 oz 


2 cents 
4 " 
6 
12 " 
18 " 
24 


4 cents 
6 

8 
16 

24 
32 


4 cents 
4 
8 
16 
24 
32 


2 to 4 oz 




8 to 12 oz 


12 oz. to 1 Ib 




and so on, increasing one rate for every 4 oz. 



COUNTRIES. 


Not exceed 
ing A OZ. 


Over ^ and not; Over i and not 
exceeding oz. j exceeding J oz. 


Over f and not 
exceeding 1 oz. 


Over 1 and not 
exceeding Ij; OE. 


Over 1J and not 
exceeding 1-J- oz. 


Bel"ium 


26 cents. 
32 " 
26 
S8 
30 < 
32 
26 


20 cents. 
44 
26 
38 
30 
32 
26 


36 cents. 
68 " 
36 " 
60 " 
44 " 
48 
36 " 


36 cents. 
80 
36 
(H) 
44 
48 
36 


46 cents. 
104 " 
46 " 
82 " 
58 " 
64 " 
46 


46 cents. 
116 
46 " 
82 " 
58 " 
64 " 
46 < 


France 


Hamburg 


India 


Italy 


Norway 


Prussia 



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British and Foreign Postage Table. 

VIA ENGLAND. 

No. 2. Shewing the amount nf Postage, to be collected in the Dominion of Canada, upon Letters, Newspapers, and Book 
Packets, forwarded by Canadian Mail Steamers, to the United Kingdom, and, through the United 

Kingdom to the undermentioned Colonies and Foreign Countries. 
In all cases the postage must be prepaid. Letters for the United Kingdom, if posted unpaid, or insufficiently prepaid, 

will be forwarded but they will be charged on delivery with the amount of deficient postage, and a fine of 3d. stg. 

each letter. 
Letters may be registered to all places, except those the names of which are followed by the letters n r, indicating 

that no registration can be effected. 
The Registration Kee on letters addressed to the United Kingdom, is 8 cents each. In all other cases the Registration 

Fee is 16 cents from Canada to the place of destination ; except, to places marked a, in which cases a Registration 

Fee of 8 cents each letter, and a postage of 4 cents per J^ oz. must be collected; and, in addition, double the 

ordinary rate^ of postage as given in this Table. 
No Book Packet addressed to Portugal, Madeira, the Azores, or Cape de Verds, must exceed lib. in weight ; to Russia 

and Poland no such packet must exceed 8 oz. A Packet of Patterns for Germany or Belgium, or any country via. 

Belgium, must not exceed 8 oz. A Book Packet for Greece must not exceed 3 Ibs. in weight, nor must it exeeed. 

2 feet in length by 1 foot in width or depth. 
Upon Letters, Newspapers, and Book Packets forwarded through the United States, the following additional rate; 

must be collected, viz. : 2 cents per Y 2 oz. on Letters, 2 cents each on Newspapers, and 2 cents per 4 oz. on Book 

Packets. 
An additional postage of 6 cents per y 2 oz. must be collected on Letter, 2 cents each on Newspapers, and 6 cents per 

4 oz. on Book Packets and Patterns for places marked thus *,.when addressed to be sent via Brindisi. 
On Book Packets for the United Kingdom, not exceeding 1 oz. in weight, the postage is 2 cents ; on Book Packets 

weighing more than 1 oz. the progressive rates ot postage will be found in Table below. 



COUNTRIES, ETC. 


FOR A LETTER. 


FOR EACH 
NEWSPAPER. 


FOR A BOOK PACKET. 


O 
0) 

It 

O) *ft 

II 


*s 

0>|ci 
" * W! 

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S-2 o 

4 B 
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in d Hi- 


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11 

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IH OS-* 


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1.2 




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8 

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N 
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Aden 


cents 
22 
16 

10 

28 

16 . 

10 

16 

10 

40 

28 
24 

28 

10 

28 
16 
16 

28 
22 
40 
28 
16 

28 

16 
12 

40 

16 
6 
16 

10 
10 

16 

16 

20 
28 

10 

28 
10 


cents 
22 
16 
16 

28 

16 

10 

2S 

10 

4(1 
28 
84 

28 

10 

28 
28 
16 
28 
22 
40 
2S 
16 

28 

28 
12 
40 

16 
6 
16 

16 
10 

28 

16 

20 
28 

10 

28 
10 


cents 
44 
32 
26 
56 

32 

20 
44 

20 

80 
56 
48 
56 

20 

56 
44 
32 
56 
44 
80 
56 
32 

56 

44 
24 
80 

32 
12 
32 

26 

20 

44 

32 

40 
56 

20 
56 
20 


cents , 
6 

12 

12 

12 

6 
12 


cents 
22 
16 

4 

28 

16 

10 
4 

10 

40 
28 
24 

23 

10 

28 
4 
16 
28 
22 
40 
28 
16 

28 

4 
12 

40 

16 
6 
16 

4 
10 

4 

16 

20 
28 

10 

28 
10 


6 cents 
4 cents 
Book rate 
4 cents 

6 cents 

Book rate 
do. 

do. j 

6 cents 
6 cents 
8 cents 
4 cents 

Book rate 

4 cents 
Book rate 
do. 
4 cents 
6 cents 
6 cents 
6 cents 
Book rate 

4 cents 

Book rate 
do. 

6 cents 

4 cents 
2 cents 
4 cents 

Book rate 
do. 

Book rate 

4 cents 

Book rate 
4 cents 

Book rate 
4 cents 
Book rate 


cents 
10 
8 
6 

8 

10 

8 
6 

8 

6 
10 
10 
14 

8 

8 

8 
8 
6 
8 
10 
10 
10 
8 

8 

6 
8 
10 

8 
4 
8 

4 
8 

6 

8 

8 
8 

8 
8 
8 


cents 
12 
10 
12 
10 

12 

16 
12 

16 

12 
12 
12 
16 
10 

16 

10 
16 
12 
10 
12 
12 
12 
16 

10 

12 
16 
12 

10 
6 
10 

8 
16 

12 

10 

16 
10 

16 
10 
16 


cents 
24 
20 
24 
20 

24 

32 
21 

32 

24 
24 
24 
32 
20 

32 

20 
32 
24 
20 
21 
24 
24 
32 

20 

24 
32 
24 

20 
12 

20 

16 
32 

24 

20 

32 
20 

32 
20 
32 


cents 
36 
30 
Sfi 


cents 
48 
40 
48 
40 

48 

64 

48 

64 

4S 
48 
48 
64 
40 

64 

40 
64 
48 
40 
48 
48 
48 
64 

40 

48 
64 

48 

40 
24 
40 

32 

64 

48 

40 

64 

40 

64 
40 
61 


cents. 
12 
10 
12 
10 

12 
16 

16 

12 
12 
13 

16 
10 

16 

10 
16 

10 
12 
12 
12 
16 

10 

12 
16 
12 

10 
06 
10 

08 
16 

12 

10 

16 
10 

16 
10 
16 


Africa, West Coast of n r 


30 
36 

48 
36 

48 

36 
36 
36 
48 
30 

48 

30, 
48 
36 
30- 
36 
36 
36 
48 

30 

36 
48 
36 

30 
18 
30 

24 
48 

36 

30 

48 
30 

48 
30 

48 




* Australia, South ) 

*Austr .lia, Western. ... J 




Baden 1 






Bolivia n v 


*Borneo n T 




Brazil . M T 
















Chili nr 


*China(ex.HongKong) nr 


Costa Kica n T [ 


Cuba n T ) 






Ecuador n T 


Egypt (Alexandria, 1 
Cairo and Suez) J 


Falkland Islanc^ j 








Gallipoli n T J 










Grey Town n T \ 












Hesse Homburg } 



[370] 



1873.] 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 



67 



BRITISH AND FOREIGN POSTAGE TABLE Continued. 



COUNTRIES, ETC. 


FOR A LETTER. 


FOR EACH 
NEWSPAPER. 


FOR A BOOK PACKET. 


U N 

M o 

-l* 
SM 

.5 


N K 
-(, 
-!* tC 

.S 

!! 

<! C8 


b 

* 
""g s*> 
ga.S 

O ,r ^ 

SB 
< a o 


*1 
>.S 

CD -S . 

fei 

PR a -it 


>" 

?! 

0>- . 

l% 

P-H * 


i 



N 



"CM 
o 

.5 


N 
O 

T* 

3 

N 
O 
<N 


g 

OO 

$ 

N 

O 

<* 


N 
o 

(N 

I-H 
O 

y 

o 

00 


6 

T-H 

3 

M 

O 
CM 

i 1 


>Sa 

II 

:S 

S g 

h*(1** 


Holland 


cents 
10 
28 
22 
20 
6 
14 
28 
16 
10 
16 

10 

16 
16 
24 
10 
28 
14 
28 
16 
10 

28 

16 

16 
10 
28 
40 
16 
28 
16 
10 
16 
24 
10 
16 
14 
28 

16 

j, 

J 6 
16 

16 

28 

16 

28 
14 
10 
14 
16 
16 

16 

16 

28 
16 
14 

28 
10 


cents 
10 
28 
22 
20 
6 
14 
28 
16 
10 
16 

10 

16 
16 
24 
10 
28 
14 
28 
28 
10 

28 

16 

16 
10 
28 
40 
16 
28 
28 
10 
16 
24 
10 
28 
14 
28 - 

28 

10 

6 
16 

16 

28 

28 

28 
14 
10 
24 
28 
16 

16 

28 

28 
16 
14 

28 
10 


cents 
20 
56 
44 
40 
12 
28 
56 
32 
20 
32 

20 

32 
32 

48 
20 
56 
28 
56 
44 
20 

56 

32 

32 
20 
56 
80 
32 
56 
44 
20 
32 
48 
20 

8 

56 
44 

20 

12 

32 

32 
56 

44 

56 
28. 
20 
38 
44 
32 

32 

44 

56 
32 
28 

56 
20 


cents 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

10 
12 

12 


cents 
10 
28 
22 
20 
6 
14 
28 
16 
10 
16 

10 

16 
16 

24 
10. 

28 
14 
28 
4 
10 

28 

16 

16 

10 
28 
40 
16 
23 
4 
10 
16 
24 
10 
4 
14 
2S 

4 

10 

6 
16 

16 

28 

4 

28 
14 
10 
4 
4 
16 

16 

4 

28 
16 
14 

28 
10 


I 

Book rate 
6 cents 
6 cents 
Book rate 
2 cents 
Book rate 
6 cents 
Book rate 
do. 
4 cents 

Book rate 

Book rate 
4 cents 
8 cents 
Book rate 
4 cents 
Book rate 
4 cents 
Book rate 
.do. 

4 cents 

6 cents 

Book rate 
do. 
6 cents 
6 cents 
Book rate 
4 cents 
Book rate 
do. 
6 cents 
8 cents 
Book rate 
do. 
do. 
4 cents 

Book rate 

do. 

2 cents 
Book rate 

4 cents 
. 6 cents 

Book rate 

4 c?uts 
Book rate 
do. 
do. 
do. 
6 cents 

Book rate 

do. 

4 cents 
6 cents 
Book rate 

4 cents 
Book rate 


cents 
6 
10 
10 
8 
4 
8 
10 
8 
8 
8 

8 

6 
8 
14 
8 
8 
8 
8 
6 
8 

8 

10 

8 
8 
10 
10 
8 
8 
6 
8 
10 
14 
8 
6 
8 
8 

6 

8 

4 

8 

8 
10 
f 6 

{ - 8 8 
8 
8 
6 
6 
10 

8 

6 

8 
10 
8 

8 
8 


cents 
12 
12 
12 
16 
6 
16 
12 
16 
16 
10 

16 

12 
10 
16 
16 
10 
16 
10 
12 
16 

10 

12 

16 
16 
12 
12 
16 
10 
12 
16 
12 
16 
16 
12 
16 
10 

12 

16 

6 
16 

10 
12 
12 
16 
10 
16 
16 
12 
12 
12 

16 

12 

10 
12 
16 

10 
16 


cents 
24 
24 
24 
32 
12 
32 
24 
32 
32 
20 

32 

24 
20 
32 
32 
20 
32 
20 
24 
32 

20 

24 

32 
32 
24 
24 
32 
20 
24 
32 
24 
32 
32 
24 
32 
20 

24 

32 

12 

32 

20 
24 
24 
32 
20 
32 
32 
24 
24 
24 

32 

24 

29 
24 
32 

20 
32 


cents 
36 
36 
36 
48 
18 
48 
36 
48 
48 
30 

48 

36 
30 
48 
48 
30 
48 
30 
36 
48 

30 

36 

48 
48 
36 
36 

30 
36 
48 
36 
48 
48 
36 

30 
36 

48 

18 
48 

30 
36 
36 
48 
30 
48 
48 < 
36 
36 
36 

48 

36 

30 
36 

48 

30 

48 


cents 
48 
48 
48 
64 
24 
64 
48 
64 
64 
40 

64 

48. 
40 
64 
64 
40 
64 
40 
48 
64 

40 

48 

64 
64 
48 

48 

40 

48 
64 
4- 
04 
64 
48 

40 
48 

64 

24 
64 

40 
48 
48 
64 
40 
64 
64 
48 
48 
48, 

64 

48 

40 
48 

64 

40 

C4 


cents 
12 
10 
12 
16 
6 
16 
12 
16 
16 
10 

16 

10 
16 
16 
10 
16 
10 
12 
16 

10 

12 

16 
16 
12 
12 

10 

16 
12 
16 
16 
12 

10 
12 

16 

6 
16 

10 
12 
12 
16 
10 
16 
16 
12 
12 
12 

16 

12 

10 
12 
16 

10 
16 




*lndia 






Italy (including Rome)... 








Uppe Detrnold .....) 
Lubeck J 




Malta ... 


Mauritius 


Mecklenburg 




Moldavia . 


Monte Video nr 




Nassau, Duchy of 


Natal 1 


New Grenada n T j 


*New South Wales 1 
*New Zealand j 






*Penang 




Poland 


Porto Rico .... . . . n T 


Portugal 


Prussia 


*Queensland 


Reunion . . 


Reuss 


oRhodes 


Russia 


St Helena 


aSalonica ) 


aSamsoun / 


Saxe Altenburg. Saxe Co 
burg Gotha, Saxe Mein 
ingen. Saxe Weimer, 
Saxony, Schaumbur;. 
Lippe, Schwartzburg 
Rudolstadt, Schwaitb g. 
Sonderhausen 


Scotland 


Scutari ) 






*Singapore 




Spain j 


Surinam 




aSwitz- f via Belgium ... 
erland I via France 
Syria n r 






Tenedos / 


ftTrebizond ~) 


aTultcha ! 


aTunis j 


aVarna J 


Venezuel nr 




Wallacbi 


West Indi ef, British ...~| 
W. Indies, Foreign nr > 
(ex. places specified). J 
Wurtemberg 





[371] 



68 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 



[1873. 



No. 3 Showing the Rates of Postage to be collected in Canada on Letters, Newspapers, Pamphlets. Magazines, Printed 
~ Matter and Books, sent by way of the United States to the undermentioned British Colonies and Foreign Countries. 



COUNTRIES, ETC. 


Letters, 
per oz. 


Newspapers, 
each. 


Pamphlets.Maga- 
zines and Printed 
Matter, per 4oz. 


Books, 
per 4 oz. 


REGISTRATION FEB. 


Acapulco - 


cts. 
13 


cts. 
5 


cts. 
10 


cts. 
12 




Aspinwall (Colon), Reg. Letters *18 cts, Unreg. 
Australian Colonies 


13 

10 


4 
4 


8 
g 




lOc. ea.lettet.add 1 




g 


4 


g 








25 


g 


14 






Brazil . , 


18 


E 


in 


12 






26 


g 








-. . f Belize . 


21 


4 


10 






A 4 Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras,") 

AUleriC& , Mi/>arn SUn Cialirarlni* f 


13 


4 



8 






Chili 


25 


g 






lOc each 


China (except Hong Kong and dependent ports) 
Ecuador 


10 
23 


4 
4 


8 
g 


... 


(a) lOc. " 


Hong Kong and dependent ports of Canton, > 


13 


4 


14 






Japan 


10 


4 


g 






Mexico 


13 


5 


10 


12 




New Grenada (except Aspinwall and Panama).. 


21 
15 


6 
4 


14 

g 




10c. each. 
12c " 




13 


4 


g 




lOc " 


Peru 


25 


g 






10 " 




9 


4 


g 


... 




Venezuela 


13 


5 


12 


... 




West Indies, viz.: 
Angada. Anguilla, Antigua, Barbadoes, ~| 
Barbuda, Cayman, Great & tit., Cayman- j 
brack, Cuba, Dominica, Grenada, Grena- | 


If Reg. 

18 








lOc. ea. lette r add I 


dines, Jamaica, Montserrat, Nevis, St. j- 
Christopher, St. Eustatius, St. Luciit, 
St. Vincent, Tobago, Tortola, Trinidad, | 
Vieque Via St. Thomas or Havana j 
St.Thomas, St. John & Santa Cruz, via Havana 
Via, St Thomas 


Unreg. 
10 

18 
10 


4 

(6)6 
4 



"g 




lOc. each letter. 


Bueno Ayre, Cache, Cuagua, Culebra, ") 
Curticoa, Deseado, Guadaloup*-, Les 
Saintes, Margarita, Marie Galante, Mar- | 
tinique, Oruba, Porto Rico, Saba, St. j 
Bartholomew, St. Martin, Tortuga Via \ 


18 


(&)6 


* 


* 


lOc. each, letter. 




13 


4 


g 






Hayti .. 


J] 


6 


14 


... 





(a) Letters can be registered to Shanghae, in China, and Yokohama, in Japan, by way of the United States, hut to 
no other place in either country. 
. (6) Piinted Prices Current and Mercantile Circulars can, where this letter is prefixed, be forwarded as Newspapers. 

Books are transmitted as such only where the rate is given ; in all other cases they pass as Printed Matter, at the 
rates specified for that class of matter. 

Registration can be effe ted on correspondence for those places only to which the fee is given. 



POSTAGE RATES, ETC., ON PATTERNS AND SAMPLES WITHIN 
THE DOMINION. 

Patterns or samples of merchandise and goods for sale> 
not exceeding 24 oz. in weight, may be posted in Canada 
to be forwarded tc^any place within the Dominion, on pre 
payment by postage stamp of a rate of 1 cent, per ounce, 
under the following regulations : 

If such rate ba not fully pre-paid by the stamps affixed, 
the Packet is to be rated with the deficient postage and a 
fine of five cents in addition. 

Packets of samples and patterns may be registered on 
pre-payment J)y postage stamp of a registration fee of 5 
cents in addition to the postage rate, and provided such 
Packets be handed in to the post office for registration. 

Patterns or samples must be sent in covers open at the 
ends, so as to be easy of examination. Samples however 
of seeds, drugs, and so forth, which cannot be sent in open 
covers, may be enclosed in bags of linen or other material, 
fastened in such a manner that they may be readily 
opened; or in bags entirely closed, provided that they be 
transparent, so that the officers of the Post Office may be 
able to satisfy themselves as to the nature of the contents. 

The Packet may bear on the outside the address of the 
sender, in addition to the address of the person for whom 
it may be intended ; also a trade mark and numbers, and 
the price of the articlo enclosed ; inside, there must be no 
enclosure but the samples or patterns themselves ; the 
particulars however of the trade marks, numbers and price, 
may be marked on the articles themnelves, instead of on 
the outside of the Packet, at the option of the sender. 



POSTAGE RATES, ETC., ON PATTERNS AND SAMPLES, TO 
UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN PARTS. 

Patterns of merchandise, and samples, may be forwarded 
between Canada and the United Kingdom, France, Italy, 
German Empire, Netherlands, Portugal, Switzerland, and 
Denmark, by the Canadian Packet mails, at book post rates, 
and subject to the following conditions: 

There must be no writing or printing other than the 
address of the person for whom the packet is intended, the 
manufacturer s or trade mark and number, and price of 
the article. 

Samples of seeds, drugs, and similar articles intended 
for delivery within the United Kingdom, may be sent in 
bags entirely closed, provided such bags be transparent. 
Bags entirely closed must not be used for the transmis 
sion of seeds to foreign parts. 

Scissors, knives, razors, forks, steel pens, nails, keys 
watch machinery, metal tubing, pieces of metal or ore, 
and such like articles, are now allowed to be forwarded^by 
the Post as samples, provided they be packed and guarded 
in so secure a inannur as to afford complete protection to 
the contents of the mail bags, and to the persons of the 
ofljcers of the Post Office. Such articles, however, must 
be so packed that they may be easily examined ; and any 
packet containing such articles, which may be found to 
be insufficiently guarded, will not be forwarded by Post.J 

None of the articles named in the next preceding para 
graph may be sent as patterns or samples to any place 
abroad, except Germany, Belgium, and the British Colo 
nies, and not to these places when addressed via France. | 



1873.] 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 



69 



PATTERNS, LIMIT OP SIZE AND WEIGHT. 

The limits of weight and size are as follows : 


Places. 


Weight. 


Length. 


Breadth or 
Depth. 




16 oz. 
8oz. 
24 oz. 
16 oz. 
48 oz. 
36 6z. 
8 oz. 
48 oz. 
36 oz. 
16 oz. 
16 oz. 
8oz. 
16 oz. 
8oz. 
48 oz. 
24 oz. 


18 inches. 
24 " 
24 " 
18 
24 
18 
24 
24 
24 
18 
24 

18 " 

24 " 
24 " 


12 inches. 
12 " 
12 " 
12 " 
12 
12 " 
12 " 
12 " 
12 " 
12 " 
12 " 

12 " 

12 
12 " 


Belgium 


Canada 


Cape de Verds 




France 


German Empire 


Greece 


Italy 


Madeira 


Netherlands 


Poland 


Portugal 


Russia 


Switzerland 


United Kingdom 


Any infringement of the conditions laid down will ren 
der the packet liable to be treated and charged as a letter 



MONET ORDERS IN CANADA. 

_ All the Money Order Post Offices in Canada are autho 
rized to draw Money Orders on each other for any sum up 
to $100, and for as many Orders of $100 each as the Appli 
cant may require, upon the following terms, viz.: 

In Ontario, Quebec, and Nova Scotia, 

On Orders up to $10 5 cents. 

Over $10 and up to $20 10 do. 

Do. 20 do. 40 -.--.- 20 do. 

Do. 40 do. 60 30 do. 

Do. 60 do. 80 40 

Do. 80 do. 100 50 



In New Brunswick, the rate of commission is 5c. for each 
$10 or fraction thereof. 

MONET ORDERS ON THE UNITED KINGDOM. 

Tlte Money Order Offices throughout the Dominion also 
draw upon all the Money Order Offices in England, Ireland 
and Scotland, and the Channel Islands, for any sum up to 
10 sterling, and grant as many Orders for 10 sterling 
each as may bo needed to make up the amount to be 
remitted. The terms are as under : 



On Orders.up to 2 

" "over 2 and up to 5 

over 5 " 7 

" over 7 " 10 



$0 25 
50 

76 

1 00 



do. 
do. 



MONET ORDERS ON THE LOWER PROVISOES. 

The Money Order Offices in Ontario, Quebc, Nora 
Scotia and New Brunswick, draw also upon the Money 
Order Offices in Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland. 
The Orders, like those of the United Kingdom, are made 
payable in sterling money, and for sums up to 10 ster 
ling. The terms are : 

For Orders up to 5 25 cents. 

" over 5, and up to 10 - - - 50 cents. 

The Money Order Post Offices are furnished with Lists 
of all the Money Order Offices in the United Kingdom, 
Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick. Prince Ed 
ward Island, and Newfoundland; and the Postmasters are 
instructed to afford every information in their power, in 
respect of the places upon which they draw, together with 
any other information relating to such issues as the in 
tending Remitters may desire. 

POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANKS. For Regulations, see 
Almanac for 1871. 

FOR PENAL* CLAUSES. See Almanac for 1871. 



No. 4. Rates of Postage on all matters transmissible by Post, not of the character of a Letter. 
NOTE. The Postage upon all matter included in this table should be prepaid by postage stamps. 



DESCRIPTION OF MATTER. 



Books 

Cartes de Visite 

Circulars Printed ... 

Handbills 

Lithographed Letters and Circulars 



Newspapers, Canadian from Publishing Office 

Newspapers, transient 

Pamphlets and occasional Publications ... 

" Parcel Post" Packages 

Patterns of Merchandise for sale (see pp. 68) 

Periodicals 



Photographs in esses, not containing glass 

Albums 
Prices Current... 



Between any place in Canada 

and to Prince Edward Island 

and Newfoundland. 



To Great Britain, Mail Steam 
Packets sailing from Quebec 
or Portland and Halifax. 



1 cent per oz 

a a 

1 cent each when sent singly, 

or 1 cent per oz. 

1 cent per oz 

1 cent each when sent singly, 
or 1 cent per oz 

f Once a Week, 5c per Qr."j 
j Twice " lOc " 
1 Thrice " 15c " [ 
(Daily " SOc " J 

2 ceuts each 

1 cent per oz 

(see Rates pp. 65) 

1 cent per oz 

1 cent per 4 oz. whether pack- 
are contains cue or more 
Numbers ... 

Parcel Post (see pp. C5) 

ti a 

1 cent per oz 



Canadian Packet Book Post. 



At commuted rate, if prepaid 
from office of publication. 

2 cents each. 

Canadian Packet Book Post. 



Book and Newspaper Manuscript, Printers Proofs, 

Maps, &c. 
Printed Matter of the same character as Circulars. 

Handbills, &c. 

Samples of Merchandise (see pp. 68) ... 
School Returns, half yearly 
School Return*, by School Trustees to Superintendent, 

even although filled up in writing 
Seeds, <fcc, samples of (including Cuttings, Bulbs, Roots, 

Scions, or Grafts), see pp. 68-.,. ... ... |1 cent per oz 

Parliamentary Papers ... ... ... ... Free 

Petitions and Addresses to Provincial Legislature, Votes 

and Proceedings, and other papers printed by order [Free to and from places where 

of said Legislature ... ... ... ... I Session is held 



1 cent each or 1 cent per oz... 



Canadian Packet Book Post. 
2 c. each Number, if published 

in Canada; Canadian Packet 

Book Post, if forei n. 

Canadian Packet Book Post. 

tt 

2 cents each, or in bulk aC 
Canadian Packet Book Post. 

Canadian Packet Book Post. 

a 

a u 



All the matter described in the above table may be sent 
to Great Britiin by Canard and other Steamers sailing 
from New York, at Cunard Packet Book Post rates, except 
newspapers and prices current, which are charged 4 cents 



each. To France, by Canadian Steamer from Quebec, at 
French Book Post rates; and to the l/ nitf.d Status at the 
ordiuary Canadian rates, subject on delivery to United 
States postage. 



[373] 



70 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1873. 



List of Post Offices In Canada on tlie 1st October, 1872. 

The Offices printed in Italics are authorized lo grant and pay Money Orders. The Offices marked * are Savings Bank 
Offices. The. letters " W. 0." following the name of a Post Office, signify " Way Ojjlce." The capital letters on (tie 
right of the County column indicate the several Provinces of the Dominion. 

To meet the fishes of many of our frieDds in Ontario, we have, though only in the case of that Province, substituted 
the name of the Township in which the Post Office is situated for that pt the Electoral Division. Should the name 
of the County also be required, reference may be made to the list of Township Municipalities (see Index). 



POST OFFICE. 


TP. & ELECTORAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


IP. & ELECTORAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 


Abbott s Corners ... 


Missisquoi Q 


Charles Hope 
D. Crossfield 
D. McBean 
Benjamin Seaton 
Si-Falconbridge 
rhomas Pearson 
Hfbbert Tous 
a. P, Scidrnore 
Robert Forman 
J. Matthews 
A. Qu. dit Duboi? 
jeorge Adams 
Mrs. Agnes Lave > t 
John F. Tavlor 
N. McDonald 
Coleman Lewis 
John S. Hoare 
Miss J. Patterson 
J . J. Wat son 




Ekfrid 


Angus D. Black 
James W. Cotter 
W. R. Elderkin 
Albert Teskey 
Chas. J. Vizard 
D. McLaughlin 
R. Archibald 
Wm. B. Mills 
B. Watkins 
Wm. Blair, sen 
John McKay 
N S. Ryder 
W. G. Ballam 
Wm. Gillis 
Wm. Watson 
Miss L. Schooley 
John Itter 
Thomas Kidd 
John Stonehonse 
C. Roy 
Paschal Lebel 
Alex. Gardner 
John C. Bent 
George Mills 
Wm. G. Murray 
Ezra A. Bates 
A. D. Olmstead 
Chas. Mclnnes 
Louis Foisy 
Mrs. Janet Small 










Apple River, W 0... 


Cumberland ...N S 
Ramsay 








Puslinch 

Ofistor O 




Anstruther 
Flos 






AboushaganRd.WO 


Westmorland . N B 
Middleton 


Archibald Sett. W O 


Hestigouche ... N B 
Kennebec 




Colchester... N S 


Ardoch 


Clarendon 
rillia 








Ba lT ot Q 


Argyle 


Eldon 






Argyle, W 


Yarmouth N S 


Adare 


Mc jillivray 
Megantic Q 


\ricJioJt 


lichmond . ... N S 
intigonishe... N S 
Puslinch 


Arisaig, W 


AddingtonF rksWO 


Antigonishe ... N S 
Elizabethtown ... O 
AdeHide 


Arkell 




Virwick 






Arran 






Arlington 


Adjala 




Adolpbustown... 
Cumberland ...-N S 




-ciuboro 


Advocate Harbor ... 




Jellech-isse Q 
Teiniscouata Q 


lohu Milne 
Shackletou Hav 
J. S. Hawley 
jeorge B. Lee 
Thomas Bourke 
John L. Harris 
Job -Franklin 
George Evans 
James H. Peck 
S. Kirkpatrick 
Alex. Brown 
James Curtis 
F. Alexander 
A. S. Macdonald 

W. L. McKenzio 
John Rannie 
C. F. Gcodeve 
Thomas Bryson 
A. Miscampbell 
Wm. Sharp 
Allen McNicol 
Benjamin Titus 
George Fletcher 
M. Silverthorn 
John Lvnch 
W. J. McElroy 
Miss J. Archibalc 
John Bowman 
J. H. Wylie, jun 
W H. Tavlor 
Mrs. A. Meek 
.1. Monkhouse 

T. W. Branan 
l>nncan Cameroi 
Wm. Zinger 
Owen Rohlin 
Mr?. A. Chipma 
Kmesl- G. Park 
Jonathan Pipes 
John McArtbnr 
Anna M. McKa 
Louis Robitaille 
George Dufresne 
a. White 
James Anderso 
Wm.B. Beveridg 
.Joseph Goulet 






East Williams ... 
.Missisquoi Q 




Kincardine 
lestigouche... N B 
Queen s N B 


Aird 


Armstrong s Bk.W.O 

Arm.-trong s Cor. WO 


Airlie 


Tusoroutio O 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Albert N B 


Albert Bridge, W 0. 
Albert Mines, W 0... 


Holland 


*Arnprior 
Aroostook, W 


McNab 
Victoria N B 






\lbioii 


!exley O 




Ameliasbtirg ... 
Aldboro 
Flamboro , East. 
Alnwick 


Arthabaska Station. 
^Arthur . 


Arthabaska Q 
Arthur 


Aldbprc? 


Arthurette, W ... 
Arthur Gold Mi.WO 


Victoria N B 
Halifax N S 


A. J. Beveridge 
S. II. Wilson 
Wm. Thomson 
W. B. Bernard 
F. G. Staeey 
Edward Oliver 
Robt. D. Kodgers 

Tamvs Ashdown 
Robert Smyth 
George Follis 
John Sumner 
John Mustard 
Chas. McCarron 
Antoine Vachon 
John M. Bell 
.Joshua Breadner 
R. Bingham 
Alex. Kennedy 
G. C. Willson 
John Kidd 
M. A. Fisher 
F. A. Donkia 
James Tisdale 
P. G. Anbry 
A. Laileur 
Wm. Graham 
Daniel McBrady 
J. McKeiine 
Ira H. Patterson 
Samuel Ault 
Chivies Doan 
R. Morris 
Octave Martin 
John McCallum 
G. C. Smith 
John McMillan 
J. K. McCready 
E. N. Shaver 
W. A . Reid 
W. F. Newcomb 
A. Shields 
I). Ayer 
T. R. Harris 
J. R. Woods 
P. Hodgkinson 
J. Little 




Alexander s Pt.W O 




Argeuteuil Q 






London 


Alfred 
Algonquin 


Alfred 
Augusta.... 
Thorold 




Bherbrooke Q 
Whitby 




Ashbnrnham 


Ot nabee 




Bemiuck 


Ashcroft 


Yale 


Allan s Corners 






Humphrey 
Esquesing 




Ashgrove 




A rnnbfil .. ... f} 


Ashley 
Ashton 


t)erby 
Goulburn 




Allisonville ffalinwpli O 


Asbworth 
Assametquagan 
Aston Station 


Scott 
Bonaventure ... Q 
\icolet Q 








Chinguacousy ... 


Allumette Island... 


Atha ... 


Pickering 


Peel 


Athelstan 


Huntingdon Q 
Scott 
Mara 
Windham 


Alma, WO .... 
Alnlira 


Pictou N S 

Mnrkhaia 


Athens 
Atherly 
Atherton 




!oi O 


At/done 


Adjala 
Kenyon O 


Alton 
Altoua 


Cl -d >n 
Pickering 


At hoi 


Cumberland ... N S 
Caistor 


Attercliffe 








Ottawa Q 




A-bfield 


Aubrev 


Clmteauguay ... Q 
Wawanosh 






Auburn 




Ameliasburg ... C 
Cumberland... N S 
Milden 




Pickering 




Xughrim 
Au Lac, W 


Brooke : 
Westmorland. N! 
Osnabrnck C 
Whitchurch C 
Nottawai-aga ... C 
Bonaventure Q 
Argeuteuil C 
Dorchester North C 




Amherst Point.W 


Cumberland... N S 
Lobo > 


Aultsvill.e 
* Aurora 


Ancaster 
Ancienne Lorette ... 
Ane. Lorette (sub)... 


Ancaster 




Avignon 








Avon 


Anderson s Corners . 
Andovc.r 


Huntingdon Q 
Victoria. ..\ N I 
Montmorency ... 




Avondale, WO 
Avonmore 


Carleton N B 


Roxborough C 
King s N S 
Kind s N S 




Avonport. W O" 
Avonport Stat n,WO 


* Angus 
Annagance 


King s ......... K 
Annapolis . ... N L 
Antigonishe... N S 


. R. Brown 
.nford Palme 
Ihos. A. Gavaza 
II. P. Hill 
John Wilson 
Samuel Kerr 
T. E. Smith 


Downie 


Ayer s Flat 


Stanstead C 
King s N S 


Antiyonishe 


*Aylmer J^ist 


Ottawa Q 


Antrim, W O 
Apohaqui 


Halifax N S 
King s N I 




Walahide 




Ottawa . ... 





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POST OFFICE. 


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POSTMASTER. 


*AMT 


Dumfries 


Robert Wylie 
John McPhilips 
Edward Kelly 
S. Craig, jun 
William Doyle 
R. Elrnsley 
C. McDonald 
Alex. McRae 
Jacob Beck 
Patrick Kennedy 
K. Levesque 
Felix Chenier 
Wm. Carey 
John Copp, jun. 
D. D. Macdonald 
Frs. X. Bilodeau 
Jas. Fitzgerald 
W.S.Robinson. 
Henry Baird 
Maxima Lebel 
Thomas Burgess 
John W. Cowie 
Robert Hill 
John S. Appelbe 
Henry Beatty 
J. C. Williamson 
T. W. Johnson 
George B. Lundy 
Ira Palmer 
Thos. J. Milligan 
F. Walter 
John Cleminger 
Jamea Allen 

Wm. H. Wilson 
Thomas Gallang 
Thomas Tapp 

R. Skuce, sen. 
.Mrs. E. J. Dalton 
Noah M. Barnes 
James Elmslie 
Donald Nicholson 
Samuel Goodhue 
James Edwards 
Oliver Lyttle 
R. H. Crowell 
Leonard Knowles 
Benj. Boudrot 
Robert Wall 
W. J. Gage 
Robert Brown 
Mrs. A. Dickey 
Margaret Love 
John Belfour 
W. Comming 
Helen J. Waitt 
J. Ferguson, juu. 
D. Lacourcieie 
N. Fugere 
W. J. Anglin 
Alex. Williston 
James Gairdner 
C. Van Buskirk 
K. W. Randall 
F. W. Bradford 
George Laing 
Donald Mclntosh 
George Sur tees 
Charles Mason 
Frank Turner 
J. B. Osborne 
Brock Grier 
Isaiah Parent 
David Smith 
V. T. Hardwick 
Richard Lance 
0. McArthur 
George Mason 
Prudent Blais 
George Couture 
Margaret O Brien 
Owen Louahrey 
Daniel Uallisey 
W. R. Brewster 
Leonard Best 


Beaver River, W . 
Beaver River Corner 


ThVhv N S 


S. P. Raymond 
W. S. Raymond 
Donald Cameron 
B. Rivard 

R. St. Pierre 

G. Clayes, jun. 
Wm. Stevens, jun 
J. L. House 
Edmund Quigley 
H. Boucher 
John McHardy 
Israel Burton 
Noah Herring 
S. Armstrong 
Daniel Prosser 
John Chalmers 
M. Killorin 
Tbos, Davis 
Cosmo F. McLeod 
Wm. McCubbin 
J. H. Meacham, 
James Martin 
P. Ed. Drake 
Urb. Belliveaux 
Lewis Richard 
Wm. Pomeroy 
George Arnold 
W. H. Odell 
Peter Terriff 
Win. Goullette 
J. B. Brillon 
R. D. Gilchrist 
Jonathan Miller 
Alex. Leishman 
JamesW. McBain 
Julius Guild 
V. Charbonneau 
Mrs.C. Petitclere 
John Fleming 
Wm. Jaffray 
G. Murnej 
Edward Berry 
W. S. Church 
P. S. Joucas 
Miss A. Kittson 
Nichol Mclntyre 

.1. M. Parker 
W. M. Graham 
G. Bartlett 
John Sidey 
J.R. Colclough 
P. Moriu 
Donald McLean 
J. A. Fraser 
M. McLeod 
Jas. Humphries 
D. .McKay 
Douald Gillis 
Malcolm McLeod 
Alex. McGregor 

Hugh McLellan 
Thos. Richardson 
William Genoir 
William Smith 
Stiibbard Sweet 
Henry Hall 
W. S. Kelly 
George N. Hodge 
Robert Bird 
F. McKenzie 
E. Birmingham 
Joseph M. Young 
Asa W. Bishop 
Christian Trunun 
John Newell 
Robert Blake 
11. Allen 
Alex. Simpson 
Archibald Cook 
II. Connacher 
Jaines Hubley 
D. McX:uighton 
Robert Stewart 




Normanby 




Baby s Point 


Sombra 


Thorah 


Back Bay, W 


Charlotte N B 
Antigouishe... .N fa 
Victoria N S 
Victoria N S 
Victoria NS 


Becancour 


Nicolet Q 


Back Lands, W 0.... 
Baddeck 


Becancour Station... 
Becher 






Baddeck Bay, W 0... 
Baddeck Bridge, W 


Bedford 




Bedford Basin, WO. 


Halifax N S 


Wilmot ; 


Stanstead Q 


Bagot 


Bagot 


Beech Hill, WO 
Begon . 


King s N S 


Bagotvftla 


Chicoutimi Q 
Marquette 11 


Temiscouata ... Q 
Ashfield 


Bale St. Paul 


Belfast 


Baie Verte 


Westmorland. N B 
Westmorland. NB 
Pictou N S 


Belford 




BaieVerteRoad,WO 
Bailey s Brook,WO. 




Caledon 


Belgrave . 




Levis ... ... O 




N. Gwillimbury. O 
Gloucester ... N B 
Gloucester ... N B 
Kind s N B 


Baiiiiebvro Cavan ft 


Belledune, W 
Belledune Riv. W 
Belleisle Bay. W 0... 
Belieisle Creek, W 
Belle Riviere 


Baillie, W 


Charlotte N B 
Carleton N B 
Victoria NB 
Medora 


Bairdsville,W O 
Baker s Creek, W.O. 
Bala 


King s NB 


Two Mountains . Q 
Thurlow 


Balderson 


Prummond 
Whitchurch 
Erin , ... n 


^Belleville 


Ballaatrae 


Belleville, W 
Bell Ewart 


Carleton XB 
Innisfil 


Ballinafad 


Ballycroy |Adjala 


Belliveaux Cove, WO 
Belliveaux Vill. W 
Bellrock . . 


D whv N S 


Ballyduff Manvers n 


Westmorland. N B 
Portland 


Ballymote 


London 


Balmoral 


Kaiiiham 


Bell s Corners 




Balsam 


Pickering 


Belmont 


Westminster . ... 
Turnberry 


Baltimore 


Hamilton 


Belmore 


Bamberg 


Wellesley 


Beloeil Station 
Beloeil Village 
Belyea s Cove, W 0. 
Benmiller 


Banda 


Mulmur o 




Bandon . 


Hullet ... n 




Bangor Pickering 




Banuockburn Madoc O 


Bennie s Corners ... 
Beusfort ". 




Barachois, W 
Barachois de Malbay 
Barkerville 


Westmorland . N B 
Gaspe Q 


South Monaghan 


Bentley . . 


Cariboo B C 


Beresford 


i errebonne Q 


Bark Lake ....A 


Jones 




Barudby Kiver, W 
BarnebTille, W ... 
Barnett 


Northumberl d N B 
King s N B 


Berkeley 


Holland *0 


* Berlin 


Waterloo, Norlh. 
Hay 


Nichol 


Berne 


Barney s River, W 
Bnrmton 


Fktou N S 


Berryton, W 


Albert N B 


Stanstead O 




*Barrie Vcsnra n 




Montmagny Q 


Barrington ... 


Huntingdon ... Q 
Shelburne ... N S 
Shelburne ... N S 
Autigonishe.. N S 
North mb rl d. N B 
Barton o 


*Berthier, en ha-ut ... 


Barringtfm 


Kincardine 
Finch 


Barrington I as.W 
Barrio s Beach, W 
Bartibog. WO 
Bartonville 


Berwick 


Berwick 


King s N S 


Bethany 
Bethel 


Manvers 
Shefford ....... . Q 


Bass River, W ... 
Bass Kiver. W ... 

Basswood Ridge,WO 
Bath 


King s N B 


Be wdley . . . 


Colchester N S 
Charlotte N B 
Eriiestown 
Carletou W B 
Gloucester ... N B 
Gloucester ... N B 
Champlain Q 


Bic 


Kimouski Q 
Levis o 


Bienville 


Big Bank. WO 
Big Bras d Or, W 0. 
Big Brook, W 
Big Cove, W 
Big Harbour, W 0... 
BigInter.(G.N.)WO 
Big Inter. (Mar.) WO 
Big Island, W 
Big Loraine. W ... 

Biir Prnfl "\V 1 > 




Bath 




Eat/tuml 




Bathurst Vill. W 0. 
Batisean 


Queen s N B 


Inverness...... N S 
Inverness N S 
Victoria N S 
Pictou N S 


Batiscan Bridge 
Battersea 
Bay du Vin, W ... 
* Bay field 


Champlain Q 
Storrington 
North mb rl d. N B 
Stanley 


Cape Breton... N S 
Cape Breton... N S 
Shelburne ... N S 
Antigonishe... N S 
Gloucester 
King s .. N S 


Bayfield, WO 


Westmorland. NB 
Antigonishe ...N S 
Charlotte N B 


Bayfield, WO 


Big Port le Bear, WO 
Big Tracadie, W 0... 
Billings Bridge 
Bill Town, W 


Bayside. WO 


Bayham 


Bay a [.Lawrence, WO 
Beachburg 


Victoria N S 
\V~estmeath 
Oxford, West ... O 




Binbrook 


Beac/iville 


Bingham Koad.,. ... 


Cayuga, South ... 


Bealtou .. 


*eamsvill Clinton 6 


Bird ton W 


York \ B 


Bear Brook 


Cumberland 
York N B 


Birkhall 




Bear Island, W ... 
Bear Point. W ... 
Bear U. (W.sid> .i ... 




Pittsburgh 


Shelburne N S 
i>iirbv .. N S 


Birr 


Bishop s Mills 


n\ t <\rf\ n 


Beau-ice \Vatf 
*Beauharnois Bauharnois ... Q 
Beaulac ... .. . Ai,.ntim n 


Bismark 


jainsborou^h.... 
Mulmur 


Black Bank 


Black Brook, W 0.:. 
Black Creek 


North mb rl d. N B 
Willoughby 


Beaulieu .. 


Montmorency.... Q 
Bellechasse Q 
(Quebec (2 


Beaumont 


Black Heath 


Beauport . 


Black Lund. W ... 
Black Point, W ... 
Black Point, W ... 
Black River, W ... 
Black River, W ... 


Restigouche ... N B 
Restigouche ... N B 

Htlifax N S 


Beaurivaro 


Lotbiniero Q 
Halifax N S 


Beaver Bank, WO... 
Beaver Brook, W 0. 
Beaver Harbor, W 


Albert N B 


North mb rl d. IS 1! 
St. John NB 


Charlotte NB 



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Black River, W ... 
Black River Br. W 
Black River Station. 
Black Rock. W O ... 
Blackville, AVO 
Blair 


Antigonishe... N S 
North mb rl d. N B 
Lotbiniere Q 


Colin McDonald 

Louis Olivier 
James Williger 
W. II. Grindley 
J. Renshaw 
Rodger Bates 
D. Bergeron 

Jas C Patterson 


*Brigftt 




John Cameron 
Jos. Lockwood 

Allen Williams 
George Brown 
G. J. Mackclean 
AVm. King 
Joseph Muir 
William Twohey 
i Geo. Hamjlti .n 
Alex. McLellan 
I. MeLeod 
ElkanahTeel 
Donald MeLeod 
Melvm Adams 
Mrs. A. Church 
John Crawford 
Chas. Brodhagett 
H. R. AVilliams 
C. H. Jones 
Henry Addison 
J. R. "McDonnell 
Chas. K. Joues 
R. Rowe 
James Graham 
AV. Hen dry 
R. Darlington 
J. R. Hall 
John Bagrie 
Mrs. M. Fowlie 
Hugh Hannah 
J. A. Hatfield 
James McDonald 
Richard Taun 
C. II . J. Hall 
Alex. Mo-Gibbon 

Robert Marks 
John Hancock 
Jas. Costello 

S. R. Beamish 
John Stanfield 
Mrs. M. Ranson 
James AVilson 
Eusebe Couture 
Thomas Buckley 
E. Plavfair 
B. H. Foley 
George Dauth 
Robert Cairns 
John Catton 
K. W. Burgess 
Alfred Shell 
James Golborne 
Charles Hall 
Alex. Donald 
George Savage 
Wm. Lawler 
Oran Phillips 
K. McKpnzie 
Donald McRae 
F. H . Me Knight 
Robert Faulkner 
Thos. A. Kidd 
George Taylor 
James McGill 
M. E. A. Burnee 
John Fell 
James I/3 nn 
D. McKinnon 
Murray B. Keith 
T. Thomson 
D. C. Echlin 
J. M. Thomson 
W. II. Miller 
Robert Sadler 

J. B. Beaulieu 

J. McKinn >n 
John Elliott 
ffenry Gawler 
W. Tennant, jun, 
Francis Brown 
Mrs. Scott 




Brighton 


Briley s Brook, WO. 
Brinkworth 


Antigonishe ... N S 
Rawdon ..... 


Cumberland . N S 
North mb rl d. NB 
Waterloo 




McGHlivray ... 


Brisbane* 


Erin . 




Belmont 


Bristol 
Britannia 
Britannia Mills 
Britonville 


Pontiac Q 
Toronto 
Bagot Q 


Blandford 


Arthabaska Q 
Luneuburg ... N S 
Kuphrasia 


Blandford, W 


Araenteuil Q 
Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 
Lunenburg ... N S 
Inverness N S 
Bonaventure ... Q 
York 


Blayney Ridge, W 
Blessington 


York N B 


j.Josiah Davis 
Isaac Mott 
(John A. Arbo 
John E. Smith 
! Jonathan Strike 
RrAllerton 
John Leavitt 
J. G. Moyer 
Maxson Jones 
L. W. Kitchen 
Win. McDonad 
Malcolm Blue 
John Messer 
! Richard Holmes 
iJohn Miller 
R. La T. Tupper 
Wm. Erskine 
C. G Adams 
Miles McMillen 
Stephen McNeil 
M. Mclntyre 
John Korry 
Duncan McRae 
John Blaisdell 
J. T. Channell 
Richard Knight 

Fred. Forest 
Hiram Lount 
Job. D Bongard 
P. N. Mclntosh 
Alex. McEachern 
V. Lemay 
Robert Keys 
Wm. Hackwell 
Oliver C. Rouse 

C. McBrayne 
John Taylor 
AVm. Farrow 
L. Normandin 
Alex. Boudreau 
A. Munro 
Jas. Wilson, sen. 
ivl. D. Harris 
John D. Baird 
John Hewton 
Wm. B. Jelly 
J. B. Fairbairn 
John McCaffrey 

Hbllis Libb*>y 
Robert E. Perry 
Mrs. A. Douglas 
Alex. Anderson 
S. W, Heptinstall 
Jas. Black, jun. 
K. Chisholr; 
Robert McLeish 
E. R. Crombie 
A. D. Clement 
James P. Foley 
L. E. Dubois 
Moses Moyer 
Robert Am;] in 
AV. McUougall 
Millidge Steeves 
Marcus S. Dean 
Elias Eby 
}eorge Burchell 
E. Dodge, jun. 
Joli n Forbes 
Edwin James 
R. A. Newcomb 
Joel Eaetabrooks 
E. O. Brigham 

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Broad Cove Ch. . W 
Broad Cove (Int.) WO 
Broad Cove (Lu.)WO 
Broad Cove (Ma.) WO 
Broadlands 


Tyendinatra 
North mb rl d. N B 
Sunbury N B 
Hallowell 


Blissfield, WO 
Blissville, WO 


Bloomfield.W 
Bloomfleld,W 


Carleton N B 




King s N B 


*Brockville 


Elizabethtown ... 


Waterloo .... 


Brodha^en .. .. 




Whitchurch 




Brome . . Q 






Brome Q 


Blue Mountain. W 
Blue s Mills, WO... 
Eluevale 


Pictou ... N S 




Richmond Q 


Inverness. .... N S 


Brnmpton Falls 


Richmond . . Q 


Morris 


Trafalgar ... 


Blyth 


Morris 




Compton Q 


Blytheswood 


Mersea 


Brookfield 


Colchester ... N S 
Queen s N S 




Verulam ........ 


Brookfield, W ... 


Bocabec, W 


Charlotte NB 
Hungerford 
North mb rl d. N B 
Cape Breton... N S 
Cape Bret on.... N S 
S. Sherbrooke ... 
Eldon 


*Brooklin 


Whitby 


Bogart 


Brooklyn. WO 


Queen s N S 
AVest Zorra 
Queen s N B 


Boiestown, WO 
BoisdaK AV 


Brooksdale 


Brookvale, AV 
Brook^ale, W 


Boisdale Cbapel W 
Bolingbroke 


Halifax N S 


Brookville, W O 
Brookville, AV 


Cumberland... N S 
Pictou N S 


Bolsover 


Bolton Centre 


Brome Q 




IBolton Forest 


Brome Q 


Broughton 


Beauce Q 


JBomanton 


Haldimand 
Bonaventnre Q 
Bonaventure Q 
W.Gwillimbury. 
Warysburg 
Windham 


Brownsburg 


Argenteuil Q 


IBonaven .ure (sub).. 
Uonaventure River. 
*Bondhead 




Dereham ... 




Tuckersmith .... 


Bruce Mines 


Algoma 


Bongard s Corners... 
Bookton 




Brudenell . . . 




Ellice 


Boom. W 


Inverness N S 
Laval . . Q 


Brunswick 


Manvers 


Bord a, Plouffe 
Bornholm 


Bryanston 


London .... 


TjOC flTl . O 




Harwich 
Ottawa Q 


Boscobel ISheffnrrl o 


*Buckinqham 


Boston 


Townsend 


Buckland 


Bellechasse Q 
King s N S 




Peel.. . 


Buckley s, AV 




Howard ... 


Buckshot 




*Botliwell . . 


Zone . .. O 


Buctouche 


Kent NB 


Botsford Port ge, WO , Westmorland. N B 
Boucherville (Phamhlv ... o 




Arthabaska Q 






Boudreau Vil. W 0. 
Boulard irie 


Westmorland. N B 
Victoria N S 
Carlow . ... 


Burford 


Burford 




Norwich, North. 






Boundary Cr k, W 
Boundary, Pres.W 


Westmorland. N B 
Carleton N B 
Portneuf Q 


Burleifh 


Burleigh 


Burlington, AA r ... 
Burn-brae 


King s N S 


Seymour 


Bowling Green 




Burnhamthorpe...... 


Toronto 




Haldimand C 
Mornington C 
Marquette M 




Markhnm .. O 


Burns 




Burnsiele . . 


Boynton 




Burnstown 
Burnt Church,W 0. 
Uurntcoat. WO 
Burritt s Rapids .... 
Burtch 


McNab 
Northumberl d N B 
Hants N S 


"^J^TOLCPbTir^gc I "\Tflcanlav . O 


^Bradford 


AV. Gwillimbury. 
East Zorra 




Oxford 


^Brafside 


McNab .. 


Brantford 




Innisfil 






*Br(Wipton 


ChinguacoiiFy ... 
Dumfries, North. 
AVindbam 


Burtoi, W 


Sunbnry N B 
Sotnerville 




Bury s Green ... 




Bushfield 
Bute 


Morris 




Brantford . 




Mara 


Butternut Ridg.W 


Kin^s N B 




Sunnidale 
Waterloo 








Raleigh 


Brewer s Mills 


Pittsburg 




Dunn 


Stephen 




AVallbridge 


Bridgedale, W ... 


Albert N B 


Byron 


Westminster ... 
Yale BC 
Temiscouata Q 
}artwright 
Cartwright 
Brantford, E. .. 


Smith 


Cache Creek 


Bridgeport 


Waterloo, North. 
Cape Breton... N S 
Annapolis N S 
Pictou N S 
Klzevir 


Bridgeport, W ...I 
Bridgetown 






Bridgeville, AV ... 










Lunenburg ... N S 
Queen s N B 




Metcalfe. ....... ... 


Brigg s Corner,W 0. 
Urighmn , 




Caistor .. 






Racrrvt ... ... O 


D. Dillon 


. 


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73 



POST OFFICE. 


TP. * ELECTORAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


IP. 4 ELECTORAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 


Calder * 


r>nlwarfi ... O 


Wm. Campbell 
Patrick Murphy 
George Bell 
James JIunsie 
Geo. Middleman 
John Boyle 
Angus McDonal 
James Reid 
J. D. Cameron 
D. McLaughlan 
C. Barsalou 
Thos. Douglas 
William Stuart 
Wm. H. White 
Handly Starratt 
Benjamin Clark 
James Bryson 
Hugh Currie 
Thomas Houston 
James 31. Ferris 
E. T. Hagyard 
D. K. Campbell 
Henry McFarlane 
A.W. Kendrick 
Jas. H. Cooper 
H. W. 3Ioyer 
Luke Byron 
Adolphus Bishoj 
Reuben Baker 
C. Eaton 
J. E. Lockwood 
Louis Drouillard 
John Folmsbea 
John M. Kulp 
K. JIcDiarmid 
J. Canniff, jun. 
Samuel Allchin 
J. W. Borden 
Chas. Estabrook^ 
Charles Gibbs 
Charles MoCabe 
Francois 3Ieuuiei 
C. Cunningham 
Rubert Clark 
C. E. Grosvenor 
William Main 
A. Prudhorwrne 
Eph. Hawkins 
Joseph Lavard 
Telesphore Roy 
Peter Whalan 
William Tilly 
Robert SIcDonak 
D. McDonald 
Hugh McLeod 

A. 3IcQuarrLe 
Josiah Smith 
Arch. 3Ic.Donald 
Donald McLaren 
W. Cunningham 
John 3IcKay 
David Kerr 
T. Beaumier 

3Ii..-s II. C. Larue 
J. Bernard 
J.G. C. Blackball 
Jacob Belprey 
WIB. Fletcher 
Joseph 3Ieaf;hcr 
. lames R. Reed 
Pat. Struthers 
James Hamilton 
0. Livingston 
W. R. Clayton 
S. Cummins 
,i. Knecbt^l, jun 
John P. Miller 
Jauu S Calder 
Alfred Moore 
Thomas Ewart 
W J Featherstone 
J. 3Ialcolm, sen. 
Jas. Heffernan 
G. J. Kidd 1 


Carrville 
Carsonby 


Vaughan 
; North tiower ... 
Mornington 
iCartwright 
Ottawa Q 


Wm. Cook 
Benj. Eastman 
Samuel Patterson 
Hugh MoPhail 
Thomas 31. Reid 
George- Case 
Colin Stiell 
George Mansfield 
31. Oasselman 
Kdmd. Bennett 
D. U. Graveline 
John Warnock 

J. C. Pennock 
Allan McDonald 
Richard Church 
Jos. Northmore 
Alex. Kennedy 
W. De Lorimier 
Edwin L. Strange 
David Walker 
G. A. Messenger 
0. Quenneville 
John Schuell 
Thomas Fraser 
James Conaery 
Ambrose Poole 
Thomas Marcoux 
Thomas Rogers 
Luke E. Bailey 
Amos 3Iott 
Samuel Trask 
J. SIcKeeu 
Silas Raymond 
Hugh Dicksoa 
A. B. Commins 
T. II. McAulay 
John Whaleu 
Wm. Woodworth 
Ludlow B. Clark 
J. 31. Rosco 
William Vallee 
Tohn Hackett 
Job Bilodeau 
N. Hardy 
James Bovle 
Thomas Kemp 
Charles Gj-auger 
Samuel Chant 
Mrs. 31. Payne 
A.Desparois dit C 
M. Tremblay 
P. F. Green 
John Lipsett 
Samuel Throop 
Htnry Linden 
Chas. A. Bradford 
X. Mallett 
Robert Lang 
31. L. B. Rousseau 
S. Barfoot 
T. Vondv, jun. 
J. C. MeWher 
Henry Cardwell 
Antoine Lomieux, 
Wm. I u - sley 
Ansell Robbins 
II. B. Premiss 
H. Kedy 
C. H. King 

Wm Honesoy 
William 3I:tine 
Thos. Collivur 
Charles PeUy 
McManus 
Xelson Chesley 
Thomas Booth 
Chas. A. Brown 
Jos. Kisenheur 
Wm. Broun 
F.d. Briard 
John Burgess 
Aiidw. M L"an 
l),)u,ilil McLaren 
Horace Laudon 


Caldwell Caledon .. 










Caledonia Corutr . ... 
Caledonti Mills. W 
Caledonia (St.M.)WC 
Caledonia Set.WO... 
Caledonia Springs... 
Calton 


Queen s N S 




Antigonishe... N S 
Guysboro . ... N S 
Albert .. N B 


Case Settlement,W 
Cashel 


King s N B 






j Caledonia . ... 




Cambridge 
Algona, South ... 
Richmond Q 


Bayham 


Castile 


Calumet Island 


Pontiac . Q 




Fenelon O 


Castlefcrd 


Horton 






Castleuoore 


Gore of Toronto. 
Cramahe 


Cambridge, W O 
Cambridge. WO 


Queen s .. \ B 




Halifax N S 


Catalone, WO 


Cape Breton... N S 
Caledon 


Camden, East ... 

iP^nelnn .. C\ 


Cataract 


Cameron 


Cataraqui 
Cathcart 


Kingston 
Burford 


Camilla Mono 




Cau^hnawaga 




*C(ZtnpbrUfo? d Spvmmir . A 


Causapscal 


Rimouski Q 


Campbell s Cross .... 
Campbell Sett): W 
Campbell Settl. W 
Campbellton 


Ohinguacousy ... 
King s N B 




Cavan 




Cayuga 


York N B 


Cazaville 


Huntingdon .... Q 
Markham ......... 


Restigcuche ... N B 
Nassagiweya .... 
Clinton .. 


Campbellville 


Cedar Hall 


Rimouski Q 


Cedar Hill 


Pakenham 
Digby N S 


Campo Bello 


Charlotte N B 
King s N S 


Cedar Lake, W ... 


Canaan. W 


Soulanges Q 


Canaan Road, WO... 
Canada Creek, W 0. 
Canard W 


Kind s .. N S 


Cedarville ... 


Proton 


King s N S 


Cent l Blissville.WO 
Ceu l Cambridge, WO 
Cent l Chebogue. WO 
Cnt lKingsc)e r,WO 
.Central Norton. WO 
Central Onslow,W 
Centre Augusta . . 


Sunbury N B 
Queen s N B 


Kin-r c M S 




Yarmouth ... N S 
York N B 


Canboro .-. Hanhnro ... O 




Gainsborough ... 
Cayuga, North... 

Timrlr.w _ C\ 


King s T . N B 


Canfield 


Colchester . ... N S 
Augusta 


Cannifton 


Canning Blenheim 




Haldimaud 
Cam den East ... 
Albert . N B 


Canning Kind s N S 






Centreville W 


*Ccunnin(]t</n Brock . . 




Carleton N B 
King s N S 


CannonviJle, W 0... Cumberland .. N S 
Canrobert Uniivi!!*- O 


Centreville, W 
Chambly Basin ; 

* Chambly Canton ... 


Chambly 




Guysboro N S 

flnmntnn . .. O 


Chambly Q 


Canterbury .. . 


Chiooutimi Q 


Canterbury IVnrk N Ti 




Ohaninlain O 


Canterbury Station . 
Cantley 


York NB 


Chance Harbour,WO St. John N B 
Chandos 1 Chan dew n 


Ottawa Q 


Cauton 


Hope 


Chantelle .. 


Montcalm Q 


Cap&l Aiglefsub),.. 
Cap Chat 


Charlevoix Q 
Gaspe Q 


Chantry 


Bastard O 
Harwich .. 


Cap des Rosiers 
Cape Cove 






L Assomption... . Q 
Quebec Q 


Gaspe Q 
Antigonishe... N S 
Antigonishe... N S 
Wctou N S 




Cape George . . 




Escott . 


Cape George (N.)WO 
Cape John, W 
Capeltorf 


Charleston, WO 
Charlevillo 


Carleton ...... N B 


Sherbrooke Q 
Inverness N 8 
Shelburne N S 


Charlo s Cove, WO. Guysboro N S 
Chatboro 1 Areenttmil O 


Cape Mabou, W ... 
Cape Negro, W ... 
Cape North, W ... 
Cape Rich 


Chateau^uay 


Chateauguay ... Q 
Chateau guay ... Q 
Montmorency ... Q 
Kaleigh O 


Victoria N S 
St Vincent 


Chateauguar Basin. 


Cape Sable Isle, WO 
Cape Spear, WO 


Shelburne N S 
Westmorland. N B 
Bonavrnture ... Q 
Champlain Q 
Quebec O 






Northumb rl d N B 
Yamaska .. Q 


Caplin 


Chatillon 


Cap Magdeleine 


PhotwDorth 


Holland O 


Cap Rouse 






Cap St. Ignace 
Cap Santu 


Montmagny Q 
Portneuf Q 


Cheapside 


Walpole o 


Ch.;bo<.;ue, W 


Yarmouth .... N S 
Ottawa Q 


Caraquet 


Gloucester ... N B 
Garden o 
Argenteuil Qi 
Bonaventure Q 


Garden 


i W 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Chin-ruacousy ... 
Vancouver B C 






Carlet&n 




Carleton 


St. John NB 
Beckwith 




*Carle.ton Place 
Carlingford 






Fullarton 


Cherry Valley .. 


Athol .. 0! 


Carlisle 


Flamboro , East. 
Colborne 






Qarlow 


Chesley 


Elder^iie 


Carlow, W 


Carleton -N B 
Carrick 


Chesley s Coru rsWO 
Chester .. . 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Arthabaska Q 


Carlsruhe 


Carlton, WO 


Yarmouth N S 
\ncaster . . 


Chfst r 


Luneuburg ... X S 
Lunenburg ... N S 
Blenheim O 


Carluke 


Chester Basin,WO... 
Chesterfield 


Carnarvon 
Carnegie 


S atihope 
Elders-lie 


Cheticamp. WO 
Cheverie W 


Inverness N S 
Hants N S 


Carp 


Huntley 


Carriboo Cove,W 0. 
CarroU sCoruers,WO 
Carrmbrook . 


Richmond N S; 
Halifax N S 


Cheviot 
Dhezzetcook, W ... 
Chichester .. 


Culross (I 


Halifax N S 


Uibbert 


Pontiac Q 



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[1873. 



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TP. * ELECTORAL CO. j POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


TP. & ELECTORAL CO. POSTMASTER. 




Chicoutimi Q 


John Guay 
Thomas Lindsay 
Allan McKenzie 
George G. King 
Thomas Murphy 
Samuel Chipman 
J. S. Macklem 
CelestinBelanger 
M. McEwen 
M. McDougall 
H. Sloane 
Alex. Bailey 
Wm. Gilliatt 
J. E. Pointer 
Allan Weir 
Jas. McAllister 
H. M. Foster 
D. McColl, jun. 
E. Larouche 
S. Johnston 
A. V. Comeau 
J. McM. McNab 
J. 0. Black 
Thomas Wilson 
S. G. A. Raiche 
Charles Stewart 
.James Shaw 
Wm. Heath 
J. McCutcheon 
R. T. McDonnell 
James Lockhart 
Beverly Smith 
Walter Hunter 
P. T. McCollum 
H Cammidgp. 
0. Banning, jun. 
Jon. Bridgman 
Henry Watson 
Jaims P. Hoop 
Rich d. Sandford 
Francis Brown 
W. W. Woodruff 
J. Shears 
A. J. Seaman 
G. H. Flewelling 
C. F. Clinch. 

Thomas Fair 
Andrew Corbett 
J. R. McDonald 
T. M. Banting 
Bibins Clark 
W. McPherson. 
Geo. Thompson 
Charles Walker 
James Brown 
Thomas Coates 
Horace Cutting 
J. R. McDonald 
John Leroy 
J. C. Boswell 
James Lucas 
Sylvain LeBhme 
.lames P. Lay. 
Charles Thomas 
Wm, Colbeck 
C. R. Ford 
Alex. Hackett 
Henry Porter 
D. Mdntosh 
Jacob Marsh 
Saml. Dickinson 
S. Drew Eplett. 
Charles Warner 
George Jamieson 
Mrs. M. St. John 

David Lawson 
John Butler 
j M. Hughes 
1 James Gibbon 
W. B. Hamilton 
Joseph Losie. 
Silas Staples 
(John Shackleton 
i Robert Ashton 

[3 


Comber 


Tilbury West.... 
Radcliffe: 


D. McAllister 
Daniel Johnson 
Q John Hodgson 
C 
Q A. W. Kendrick 
O | Henry McElroy 
S A. Nicholson 
Charles Hendry 
John W. Burt 
Robert Leo 
S Jas. McFarlane 
Peter Smith 
A. Marsh 
R. Thompson 
Q O. Lamoureux 
G. B. Sills 
Si Mrs. M.Mitchell 
Q Tbos. B. TerriU 
John Ferguson 
John Peaker 
Thomas Allen 
John Kaiser 
Thomas Milne 
H. H. Perry 
Q Alex. Fiddes. 
F. A. Best 
B John Sullivan 
B Ariel Keith 
G. McDonell 
S H. L. Dickey 
H. J. Miller 
Q Gedeon Deguire 
Q W. C. Caverhill 
Q Rodger Ducket 
Q Odile Malboeuf 
Q Edmond Latour 
Alexander Hill 
James Coulson 
C. S. Harris 
Wm. McKee 
B David Smith 
James Grant 
Q Alex.Brisbin 
Grant Silcox. 
Q Dr. Chas. Brown 
S Anthony Martel 
C 
S P. T. Clarke 
John Craig 
A. G. Fleming 
Murdoch Craig 
Q!N. Frechette 
(j Uubert Black 
Q John Colgan 
() Peter Jones 
Hector MtRae 
Emerson Taylor 
O John Parsons 
Jas. Graham 
Alex. Gillespie 
M. Cavanugh , 
S. W. Carson 


D. Mclntyre 
Henry Covert 
Alex. Park 
B Sus. Wetmore. 
Jas. McCutcheon 
Q John Fraser 
S [.Donald Gunn 
g Charles Fraser 
g Jesse Anderson 
g Jno. Mcl herson 
gj Alexander Hill 
Q J. 11. Johnston 
g John Ehler 
L. Boardman 
Ira Williams 
J. Cruk-kshank 
Robert Dreany 
Hu^ii Johnston 
R. T. Williams 
G. G. Dunning 
B A.Branscomb, sr 
B Wm. Smith 
Robt. Thomson 


Chigacnaise R., W 
Chimney Corner.WO 
Chipman, W 
Chipman sBro k,WO 
Chipman s Cors.W 


Colchester -N S 
Inverness .... N S 


CoinbermertS 






Queen s N B 


Comox . .... 


Vancouver . ...B 


King s . . N S 


*Cotnpton 




King s N S 






Stamford 


Concord, "W 


Pictou N 




Gaspe Q 


Oonfstogo ... ... 


Woolwich 


Chockfish, WO 
Christmas Island ... 
Churchill 


Kent N B 




Erin 


Cape Breton... N S 
Innisfil 




Adjala 


Conquerall Bak,"VVO 
Conroy 


Lunenburg... . N 


Church Hill. W 0... 
Churchstreet,W 0... 
Churchville 


Albert NB 


Kind s N S 




Ameliasburgh. ... 
Hullett 


Toronto 




Churchville, W ... 
Chute au Blondeau. 
Chute s Cove, W 0... 
Clachan 


Pi.-tou N S 
E. Hawkesbury. 
Annapolis .... N S 
Orford ... 


Uontrecceur 






S Fredericksourg 
Colchester N 


Cooke s Brook, W 




Clairvaux (sub) 


Charlevoix ... . Q 


*Cookstown 


Tecumseth 


Clapham 


Me^antic Q 






Clare, WO 


Digby... N S 
Pickering .. 


Cooper 
Copenhagen 


Madoc 


Claremout, W 

ClCLT&JlCK , 


Cumberland... N S 
Clarence . 


Copetown 


Beverley 




Euniskillen... . ... 


Clarence Creek 
Clarenceville 


Clarence 


Corbin 


Huntingdon 


Vissisquoi Q 


Corinth 


Clarendon Centre ... 
ClareudonFr nt(sub) 
Clarendon, WO 
Clareview . 


Pontiac . Q 


Cork Station, W 0... 
Corn Hill. WO 
*Cornwalt .... 


York N 


Pontiac ... Q 


King s N 


Charlotte N B 

ShpftiAlrl n 




Cornwallis East,W 
Oirunn-i 
Coteau du Lac 


King * N 


Clarke Clarke 


Moore 


Clarke s Harb r.W Shelburne N S 

*Clarksbui 7 nnllinfrwnnnl O 


Coteau Landing 




Claudo 


Chinguacousy ... 
Amabel 






Cote des Neiges 
Cote St Paul 




Clayton 


Ramsay 


Hochelaga 


Clear Creelc 
CtearviHe . 


Houghtoii 
Orford .... 


Cotswold 


Jlinto 


Clementsport 


Annapolis N S 
Annapolis .... N S 

Mintn . O 




Middleton 


Clementsvale,W 0... 
Clifford 






Coverdale, WO 


Albert N 


*Clifton jSt.ttmfnfd n 




Clifton House (sub). 
Clifton, WO ... 


Stamford O 


Covey Hill 


Huntingdon 


Gloucester N B 
Kind s N B 
St. John N B 






Clifton. WO 
ClinchV Mills, W. 0. 
Clinton ,. 




Missipquoi 




Cape Breton... N 
Vancouver B 


Cariboo B C 




*Clinton 


Tuckersruith . ... 
Queen s N B 


Coxheath, W 
Craig/mrst 


Cape Breton... N 
Flos ... 
Collingwood 


Clones, WO 


Clontarf 




Clover Hill 


Tecumseth . 




Cloyne . 




Craigs Road Station. 
Craigvale 




Clyde jBeverlev O 


Innisfil 
Dorchester 


Clyde River, W ... 
Coal Branch, W 0... 
Coal Mines, W ... 
Coates Mills, W 0... 
*Coaticoo7c . , 


Shelburne N S 
Kent N B 






Queen s .... N B 


Crawford . 


Bentinck 


Kent N B 


Credit 


Toronto 






Stephen 


Cobden 


Ross .. .... O 


Creek Bank 


Peel 
Nottawasa^a 


Coboconk Somerville 

*CoboUrg .. I FTomilt.nn O 






Cocaigne, WO 
Cocaigne River, W 
Codringt ( >n 


Kent N B 




Marvsburg 


Kent N B 


Crieff 


I uslinch 






Aldboro 


Cogrnagun Riv. W 
Colbeck 


Hants N S 




Soohiasburg 
Hibbert 


Luther 




*Colborne 




Cromwell, W 
Crossbill 


King s N 


Colchester OolfViBstar n 


Wellesley 


Cold Brook Stat. WO 
Coldsprings 


King s N S 




Bonaventure 

Guysborough. N 
Inverness ...... N 
Guysborough. N 
Antigonishe... N 
!nverness N 


Tl^miltmi A 


Cross R>IR.. Cy. Bar. 
Rds.Lk .Ainslie 
Cross K.Me.MeM WO 
Cross Rds. Ohio.WO 
Cross R.St.G.ChUWO 


Coldstream 1 Loho O 


Coldstream, W ... 
*Coldwater 


Carleton N B 


Medonte 


Colebroi k 


Camden East . ... 
Guysboro N S 
Toronto Gore O 


Colellaibour, WO. 
Coleraine 


Crow Harbour, W 


Guysborough. N 
Crowland 


Coleridge 


Cole s Island, W 0... 
Colinville... . 






Camden East 
Keppel 






Collfieid 


Pontiac Q 


Crumliu 


Dorchester North 
Finch 


Collina, W 


King s N B 




*Collingwood 


Nottawasaga 


Culloden 


Dereham 


Collin s Bay... 




Cumberland 


Collin s Inlet Algorua 6 


CumberlandBay^WO 
Cumberland Pt.WO 


Colpoy s Bay [Albemarle 




Columbus iWhitby 






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75 



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POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. TP. ft ELECTORAL CO. 



POSTMASTER. 




Nichol . 


John Anderson 
John Boyle 
John Beaumont 
Jas. B. Gushing 
John Morrow 
L. I. D6ziel 
Peter McArthur 
H. A.Johnson 
Melissa Sterratt 
Wm. Chishoin>e 
Robert Frayney 
W. Ross 
O.A. Lamontagne 
Wm. Robertson 

George Lawson 
Henry Heney 
Henry Hogarth 
J. W. Stockwell 
Edward Hall 
Win. Bailey 
Jobn Gardiner 
Luther Sterns 
Noah Fried 
Joseph Green 
John Davis 
W. A. Ward 
Isaac DaWison 
A. S. Cameron 
Isaac Lambert 
Alex. Harroii 
T. B. Pier 
C. I l.nU 1 
John Warren 
Rii-hard C 
Samuel Walker 
Jobn Mowat 
C. J. Ladd 
James Whitside; 
W. H. Dunaut 
B. Smith 
Hector Graves 
Samuel Lane 
Benj. H R 
Jos. R. Beni K si 
B. C. Freeman 
ulohn Fras;T 
it. T. Densmore 
James Read 
Wm. Hartt 
Thonvis Aliin 
T. McCollam 
Wm. D bb 
Georgf Smith 
A. D. Haraelin 
John M. Fa 
William In IT > 
.A.Cloutiei 
Robert !!".! 
Henry Rigney 
Win. Urct iiway 
John Oliver 
Nelson Pat 
R. Walker, jun. 
L. N. Phelps 
Charles \\: 
G. W 
Mrs.C.W. i: 
John R. Grant 
I). Bel more 
itavid Grouchey 
J. Kennedy 
\Vm. Wood 
Hiram Freeze 

Jos. G. Cormier 
Agnes Heron 
T. Lafleche 
Jflhn i 
James Young 
M;iry Ma^on 
John Lockhart 
- Slee 
Wm. I) 
S. W. Tiusjley 
J. N. Hardv 


Dorking Wellesley O 


Adam Deitz 
D. Ferguson 
Edward Dunphy 
Abner Balmain 
Charles Veit 
Wm.Rnsfell.jtin. 
iVm. Steeves 

Michael O Neil 
Robert Clarke 
Donald Murchie 
W. C. Wortley 
C. P. Watson 
Wm. Cardwell 
Marcus Child 
Alex. Taylor 
Isabella Harrison 
Jos. L. Burgess 
Miss C. M. Millar 
L. Brokenshaw 
James Mason, 
R-. Johnston 
James Tait 
Thomas Smith 

Zerah Evans 
Mrs. Jas. Cossar 
James Trenholm 
Donald Fraser 
Wm. Whitehead 
Sumuel Smith 
A. C. Allison 
John Parker 
Wm. McRae 

James Ma y 
.!. M.Thornton 
David Baker 
Alex. Laing 
Rev. D Ross 
.). E. Tuttle 
John^ Barker 

R. Clendinning 
John McVey 
Edward Baker 
T. Whitehead 
Thoa. Armour 
George Dunphy 
John Letts 
II. Yoncshusb d 
Win. Graham 
James Russell 
Hector McLean 
Achd. McKenzie 
John McCoul 
A. T. Rothwell 

John Monkman 
W. H. McLean 
W. J. McKay 
P. N. Pacaud 
H. McGiliivray 
J. P. McKinnon 
Alex. Sargent 
Rev J.A.Pelletier 
Joseph Jutras 
Iluih M. Cairns 
: A: Wales 
W. Lawrence 
Rod. Hutchins 
David Smith 

K. Purinaton 
David Webber 
Win. J. Sm.vth 
D: H. Eaatman 
II. S. Eastou 
Wm. Simpson 
F. P. Armstrong 
Geo. C iinpiiell 
A.W. Sutherland 
D. McGlaghlan 
Alex. Lindsay 
Byron Ilines 
(leorcp Hrai? 






Curryville, W 


Albert N B 


Douglas WO lYork X K 


Argenteuil Q 


Douglas Harb r.W 


Queen s N B 


Dacre 


Gaspe Q 


Daillebout 


Joliette Q 


Douglastown, W 0... 
Dover, W 


Northumb N B 
Westmorland . N B 


Dalesville 


Argenteuil Q 
Restigonehe ... N B 
King s N S 




Dover South 


Dalhou&ie, EVt, W.O 
Daihousie Mills 
Dalhonsie Koad.W 
Daihousie Sett. W 


Downeyville 
Downsview 


Emilv 
York 




Lunenburg N S 
Pictou N S 


Doyle Sett. WO 


Restigouche ... N B 


Rimou?ki Q 




Gore of Camden. 
Minto 


Dalki ith 


Lochiel 


Drew ., 


Dairy mple 


Carden 


Drew s Mills . . 


Stanstead ... Q 




Yespra ... . 






Danford Lake 




Drum .... 




Danforth 


Searboro 


Drumbo 




*Danville 


Richmond Q 


Drummondville East 
Drummondville West 




Darrell 


Chatham .. (j 


Stamford O 


Darttord. 
Dartmoor 
Dartmouth 


Percy 1} 
Dalton 
Halifax..- N S 
Hay o 
York .... 




Dryd^u 


Wallace ... 


it 


Orford 


Dashwood 


Dublin Shore.W.O... 
Duck and Pringfe ... 


Lunenburg ... N S 
YaL- BC 

Wolfe 


Davisville 


York 


Dawn Mills 


Gore of Camden. O 
Albert N 1 B 


Dufferin . .. 




Dawson Sett. W 0... 
Daywood 


DunrtonR.R.St.WO 
Dumblane 
Dumfries, W 


Charlotte N B 
S^ut;een O 
York N B 


Sydenhahi t ) 


Dealtown 
Debeck Muticu W 
DeCewsville 
Deep Brot k, W ... 
Deerdock 


Raleigh o 
Carleton N B 
Cayuga O 
Annapolis N fc 


Duuany 
D unbar ... 


Arprenteuil Q 
Wiliiamsburg .... O 
Pickering O 


DunhaTj.on 


Oso 


Duncan 




Deerfield. W 
Deerhurst 


Yarmouth N S 
W. Gwillimbury. 
Bonaventure Q 
Delaware 
Middlefr/m A 


Duncvi -f 


Lobo 


Dee Side 




Fiamboro West. 
Huntingdon Q 
iiestiionche ... N B 


Delaware 
Delhi 




Duudee W 


Delta H:.,hn-rl n 


Dundee Centre 


Demorestville 


Sophiasburg O 
Kind s N S 


Matilda .. 


Dempsey s Cor. W 
Denbigh 


Dundonald . c 


Cramahe . 


Denbigh O 




Nottawasaga 


Denfield 


London. . .. 




Deuison s .Mills 


Richmond .. . Q 


Duugiven, WO 


Westmorland . N B 
Mis^isduoi Q 


Deniston 


Hinchinbrook.... 
Hunts .- \ S 


Densmore s, W 0.... 
Dencmore e M : ls WO 
De Ramsay 
Derby, W 0...1 


Dunkeld 


Brant 


Hants N S 


Jolibtte Q 
Northumberi cl N B 
Brook .. ... (t 


Ounphv, W 


Northumb ?y B 




Derryville 






Derry West Toronto fi 




Derwent ....?. 


Westminster 
Siillivm ft 




Notta^vasaga 
Kenyon 


DesbonV 


Dimvegm 


Descharnbault Portneuf O 


Desert L-tke 


Loaghborongh ... 
Camden East t) 
ounta O 
Di: t. of Nipissin, O 
London .. ... O 


Durliani 


N S 


Desmor.d . 


Detour du I.nc 
Deux RiviC-r, :< 
Devize? 


1 


AMborough ) 
Dint, of Lisgar ... M 

Ott iwi ("* 


s Nest 


Devon Stpnhon n 




Colchester X S 


Dewittville 


Huntingdon Q 

Y:inr*onth n 


Arth- baska ... 
Bay, WO 
NorthS.WO 


Dexter 


Cape Breton. 
Cape Breton... X 3 


Diamond l itzroy 


Dickens Yoncre O 


Diekinsnn s Lah Hnn 
Dickson s Store. W O 
Digby 
*Dingle 
Dipper Hnrbour^WO 
Disooose, W 


Osr.atiruck 


Hroug"hton... 


Q 


ter N S 




Arthabaska Q 
Compton ("i 


N S 

St. John NB 
Richmond N S 
Toronto 
Matilda O 


flifton 


Dunham.... 


aoi (.; 
Inverness N S 


-nIIarbour,WO 


Dixie 
Dixon s Cor;)ry 


dlle, W 
1 [awkesbury ... 


in N j; 
Hawkesbury Y.... : 


Doaktown, W 


Northumb N B 
Elderslie 


Dobbinton 


Eat Ji ildnre, WO... 
Enft ^fa^dala 
.! an s Springs . 
Eastnrfx Corners 
Eiist Oro 
t.M dwav.WO 
s.WOi 
iiv. St. M..WM 
rast ,-cotch Sett. WM 
E sideChezz cookWO 
E sidePub.Harb.WO 
E sideRamtadLWol 




Doherty s Mills, W 
Dollar 


Kent . ... N B 


i ic Q 


Markhfim ft 


DomainedeGentillv .1 Q 
Don .". York.... 


Woliord 


Oro 


Doucaster York 


Donegal Klma 
Donegal, W IKino- s in Tt 


t iotou N S 


Guysborough. N S 


Doon 


Waterloo South. 
Bathurst, o 


Doran 




Dorchester 


Westmorland.. N B 
Dorchester... ... O! 


Yarmouth N S 
Shelburns N S 


Dorchester Station... 



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[1873. 



POST OFFICE. 


TP. & ELECTORAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


IP. * ELECTORAL CO. 


POSTMASTKR. 


E sideW.Bh.U.R.WO 
East Templeton 


Pictou . . . jXf S 


Daniel Shaw 
Levi E. Dunning 
James R. Ellis 
H. E. Snydcr 
John Shaw 
M. Lebourveau 
W. A. Fulmor 
M. Bradley 
John Nethercott 
Samuel Meadow? 
John Smith 
U. Macfadden 
Ward Edgett 

Win. Tomalty 
Ewen Cameron 
J. T. Hodgson 
Wm. S. Aikin 
J. B. Leblauo 
J. M. Thompson 
George Uedpath 
John Quealy 

James Hunter 
Joseph Hargravc 
Geo. E. Jackson 
Thomas Smith 
J. Depot 
Mrs. M. Smith 
Chas. Smith. 
C. Conn 
John Blackburn 
Wm. Brock 
P. Pennock 
R. D. Robinson 
Eli Meecham 
Matthew Glass 
James Crocker 
J. Beatty 
James Browulee 
J. Beckman 
A. Glemlinning 
W. McCIellan 
Thomas Smith 
Richard Lova 
Peter Winger 
Alex. Bunbar 
D. McDonald 
Wm. Harvey 
.J. Dirstein 
W.H.LaPenotiere 
Isaac Bloomberg 

D. Matheson 
Joseph Lalonde 
John Hitchins 
Thos-.Tompkins 
Charles Mulrine 
B. Carrigan 
Wm. Martyn 
H. F. Donaldson 
James Thomson 
John Wilson 
D. Buohannan 
U. W. McLeod 
C. H. Kingrt ou 
Thos. S. LeIIane 
Robert Graham 
James Stewart 
Jo s. C. Huckins 
Robt. Dryden 
John L. Krb 
R. McBurney 
Wm. Cornock 
Patrick Walsh 
Charles Kenney 
George Whiting 
Jos. L. Dowslr-y 
John Campbell 
James McLean 
Henry V. Brown 
John Murray 

D. V. Bourque 
James S pence 
IT. A. Howland 






R. McL. Purdy 
John Burns 
Thomas Gordon 
James Tinline 
J. Toyell 
Wm. Sanders 
Wm. J. Cryan 
David R. Watson 

J. A. Floyd 
Elijah Forsyth 
Caleb Green 
Richard Forrest 
C. F. Tilton 
Math Us Moore 
James Priestley 
M. Stally 
Wm. Smith 
P. O Meara 
James Wolf 
W. Armstrong 
Angus McAuley 
James Lawson 
Wm. E. Estey 
Arza Parish 
John Curry 
Leonard Wells 
Seth N. Ross 
John Johnston 
Robert Monteith 
John R. Farran 
P. D. Rouleau 
J. Proudfoot,jun. 
George Harper 
R. B. Jameson 
J. G. Feigehan 
James W. Taylor 
Joseph Wiley 
John D. Davidson 
James McQueen 

John Gumming 
Thomas W. Watt 
Jeukin Owen 
R. O Donell 
James Hemphill 
Mary Sproul 
Samuel Tubby 
R. J. Lamon 
James Klsworth 
K. V. Maloney 
W. A. Shirreff 
A. K. Graham 
Joseph McLearn 
Ar<lh. M tKenzie 
lames Morrow 
Robert J. Sproul 
Edward Largie 
William Gray. 
B. J. Matthews 
Isaac Devitt 
John A. Young 
S. G. Burpee 
John Lovely 
Tho. Williamson 
A. McCulloch 
Lemuel Fisher 
R. Fraser 
Danson Kinsman 
John Forbes 
W. Farquharson 
R. Dier 
Oliver Forester 
William Breeze 
D.B. Gray 
C. A. White 
Richard Hales 
G. Kieratead 
A. R. Watson 
F. X. Mesnor 
John Forristall 
Th.nnas Brys r >n 
George Lewis 
A. (J. !>anna(yne 
Miss C. McVicar 
James McCool 






Nissouri, West ... 


Eastvill, W 
East Williamsburgh 


Colchester N S 
Williamsburgh . 
Oxford East 
Compton Q 




Eversley 


King 






Eaton 


*Exeter 






Colchester X S 


Fafard 




Eddystone 


Haldimaud 
Bayharn 
Eramosa 


Fairfield 


Harwich . . 


Eden 
Eden Mills 


Kairfield, East 
Fairfield, W 
Fairfield Plain 
Fairhaven, W 
Fairvievv 


Elizabethtown... 
St. John N B 
Burford . 


Edgar 


Oro 




Mornington 
Albert N B 


Charlotte N B 


Edgett s Land g.WO 
Edgeworth 


Gore of Downie . 
St John .. N B 


Tilbury East 


Fairville 


Edina 


Argenteuil Q 


Falkenburg 
Falkirk 


Macaulay 
Williams, East... 
Braiittbrcl 




Ohiuguacousy ... 
Victoria A B 


Edmunston 


Falkland 


Edwardsburgh 
Eel -Brook, W 
Eel River, WO 


Edwardsburgh... 
Yarmouth N S 
Restigouche ... N B 
Pel ham 




Bathurst 


Fallowfield 
Fal mouth, W 


Nepean 
Hants .. N S 


Falmouth,W.B..WO 
False Bay Beach.WO 
Farley s Mills, WO. 
Farmerston, W ... 
FaTynersville. .. 


Hants N S 




Grattau 


Cape Breton ... N S 
Carleton . . N B 


Egbert 


Essa 


Egerton 


Luther 

York 


Carleton N B 




HgmondviUe 


Tuckersmith . ... 
Kgremont 






Egremont 


Faruboro 




Egypte 
Eig Mountain, WO... 
Elba 


Sheff.ird Q 

Antigonishe... N 8 


Farndon 


Missisquoi Q 


Farnham Centre ... 




Usborne ... 


Elder 
Eldorado 


Mono 

Mrtfinf O 


Farran s Point 
Father Point 


Osuabnu-k 
Rimouski Q 


Elfrida l8altflt... n 






Elgin 


Crosby, South ... 
Albert N B 


Fenella 


Haldimand O 


Elgin 






Elginburg 
Elginfield 


Kingston 
London 




Innisfil 


Fenwick 


Pelham 


Elim villa 




Fenwick, W 0... 


King s N B 


Elizabethville 


TTnnfi f> 


Fenwick, WO 


Cumberland... N S 
Nichol 






Ellershausen, W 0... 
Ellesmere 


Hants N S 


Ferguson s Falls 
Fergusonvale 




Sr,arhoro O 


Flos 
Bedford 


Elliott | Ruth ll ret. ft 


Elm 


Huntley 


Fernhill 


Lobo 


Elm Grove 


Essa JO 


Ferris, W 


Queen s N B 




Woolwich 


Ferry ville, W 


Carleton NB 


Elmsdale 


Hants N S 


Feversham 
*Fingal 


Osprtiy 
Southwold 


Elmsville, W 


Pictou N S 


Flos 








Brant 


Fi-hervil!e 




*Elftra 


Pilkin"ton 


Fitch Bay 


Stanstead Q 




Nortii SherbrookeO 
Arran 
Zorra vVest 


Fitzroy Harbour .... 




Elsinore 


Colchester N S 
Hants N S 


Five Mile River, WO 


Embrun 


Russell 
Amher.st Island. 
Inverness N S 
Westmorland. N B 
Westmorland. N B 
Darlington O 


Restigouche... N B 




Emerald W 






Emigrant Road.W 
Emigrant Sett. W 
Eufield 


Fletcher Station,WO 
Fleurant (sub) 


Halifax N S 




Flinton 
Flora 


Kaladar O 


Enfield 
English Corner. W 
English Sett. W 0... 


Hints;. N S 

Halifax N S 


Florence 








Carleton N B 


Victoria N S 
Darlington 
Queen s N B 


Florenceville E. W 


Carleton N B 




Whitby 


Enniskillen Stat.WO 


Folly Lake, W ... 
Folly Mountain, WO 

Foiit(?noy 


Colchester N S 
Colchester N S 


Ermisuiore 
Camden. East 








Fonthiil * Pelham 




Reach 
Eramosa 

Waterloo 


Forbes, W Colchester N S 


Eramosa 
KrbsyillQ 






Erie 


Walpole 


Forester s Falls 
Forest Mills 


Ross 




Erin 


Richmond 




Sheffield 


Foreston "W riHrlAlnn N B 


Erinville, WO 

Erroll 


Guysboro N S 




Chwlottovil!e ... 
Bustard ... ... 


Forfnr 




Kscott 


Forks, W O Onefin s N B 


Escuminac (sub) 
Eseummac, W 
Eskasoni 


Bonavfcnture . ... Q 
Northumb N B 


Forks Baddeck, WO 


Victoria N S 


Carrick 


Cape Bivton ... N S 
Ksquesinjj 
Victoria B C 
Gape Q 


Forristall s.WO 


Guysborough. N S 
Pontiac .. Q 

Ttfirtin ... .. O 


Esquesing 
Esquimault 
Etang du Nord (sub) 
Ethel 


Fort J^rif 


Fort Garry Selkirk M 
Fort William Al r oma 


RT-HV . n 


Mobicoke ... ... York.. ...6 


Fort William .. .. Poutiac .. ... Q 



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N S 
,N S 
Fournier i Plantagenet, S ... O 



Foster s, W iLunenhurg.. 

Fouchie, WO | Richmond. 



Henry Foster 
Albert B. Hooper 
A. S. McLennan 
Edward Phil pot) 



Foxboro iThurlow 

Fox Creek, W 1 Westmorland. N B;Eustache Burke 

Fox Harbour, WO... iCumberland... N S.Archd.Robertsot 
Fox River iQaspe Q J. C. Parent 



Fox River, W O 

Framboise, W 

Franipton 



Cumberland ... N S J. L. Hatfield 
Richmond N S K. Strachan 



,, Dorchester QjM. Fitzgeialtf 

Frankford Sidney OjWm. Gilbert 

Frank Hill i Smily O Thomas Fianks 

Franklin . . iManvers OiWm. Maguire 

Franklin Centre ! Huntingdon Q Win. Cantwell 

Franktown !Beckwith O E. McEwen 

Frankville iKitley C.Richards 

Fraser s Grant, W 0| Antigonishe... N S John Fraser 
Fraser s Mills, W 0. Pietou N S| Alex. Grant 



Fredericton 
Fredericton Junction 
Fredericton Rd. W 

Freelton 

Freeport 

Freiburg 

* Frdighsburg 

French Lake, WO... 
French River.W 0... 
French Vale, W 0... 
French Village 



French Village, W 

Frogmore 

Frome 

Frost Village 

Fultbrd 

Fullarton... 



Fulton 

Gaberouse, W 0...... 

Gad s Hill 

Gagttown 



York N BjA. S. Phair 

Sunbury N B 

Westmorland. N B, J. 0. Sallivan 
Flamb< ro , West, 0, James Hirst 
Waterloo, South, 0|Elias B. Snyder 
Waterloo, North, OjF. Rombach 
Missisquoi Q W. M. Patterson 



Sunbury N B 

Pietou N S 

Cape Breton ... N S 



Andrew H. Smith 
Mrs. C. McDonald 
Duncan McSwain 



Druminond QJ Francois Pothier 

King s N B George Beattie 

Toronto 

Southwold 0|William Sileox 

Shefford Q! John Williams 

Brome QjPhilo England 

Fullarton 0: John Buchtiu 

Griuisby John Grassie 

Cape Breton... N S W. Balster 

Ellice Wm. B. Crinkley 

Queen s N BjEdward Simpson 

*Oalt i Dumfries, North 0! John Davidson 



Gal way Somerville. 

Gamebridge IThorab... 



Thomas Shields 
William Glover 
D. F. Britton 



Garden of Eden, WOjPictou N S 

Garden River Algoma O\ 

Ganlrer sCreek,WO St. John N B 



*Gananoque Leeds 

*Garafraxa Garafraxa 0|A. Lightbody 

Garden Hill. Hope James Dyer 

Garden Island , jGarden Island ... OjGeorga Cumming 

Mrs. I). McGregor 
Rev. E. Wilson 
John J. Wallac. 
Elie Cbouinard 
David Grenier 

Qaspy Basin ! ispe Q J. J. Kavanagh 

Gatpereaux, W ... Uueen s N B Charles E.Langin 

Gaspereaux, W ... I King s N S S. Caldwell 

Gaspereaux Sta. WO Queen s N B Thos. Trott. 

Cay s River. W o ... Halifax N S M. Frame 

aay sRiverRoadjWOiIuilitax N S Robt. B. Taylor 

Geary, W [Sunbary N Bi Asa Carr 



Garnoau L Islet 

Garthby 1 Wolfe 



Gemley 

Geaeva 

Genoa 

Gentilly 

*Georgetown 

<3eorgeville 

*Georgina, 



Miller OjJaines Stalker 

Ai-genteuil QiG. A. Hooker 

Argenteuil Q James Gordon 

Nicolet Q L. Brunelle 

Esqnesing O L. Goodenow 

Stanstead Q Increase Bullock 

Georgina Oi J. R. Bourchier 

Wm. Fillmore 
George McKeen 



UVCCT y tic Iv ,, . - . . WU1 i ll l .......... \f 

Oermantown, WO... (Albert N B 

Getson g Point, W Liinenburg.... N S 

Giant s Lake, W 0... (iuysborough. N SjJohn McNjil 

Gibraltar Ccillin wood John Glen 

Gilbert Cove. W 0... Digby N S H. S. Mallett 



Gilbert s Mills. 

Gilford 

Girvan Settle. W 0. 

Gladstone 

Glammis 

Glanford 

Glanmire 

Glanworth 

Glascott 

Glasgow 



Glassville, WO 

Glastonbury 

Glen, W 



GlenaUan. 



BopbUuborgb ... OiJohn D. Gilbert 
Gwillimbury, W. 1 Thos. Maconchy 

Kent NET. H. Holmden 

Dorchester L. McMurray 

Bruce \ J. Crawford 

Glanford 0;John Atkinson 

Tudor: OiJohn Ray. 

Westminster John Turnbull 

Glenelg Dennis Quirk 

Uxbridge O Benjamin Parker 

Carleton N BjHugh Miller 

Kaladar J. A. Carscallen 

Antigonishe ... N S D. McMillan 
Peel George Allan 



Glen Alpine W. 0.... I Antigonishe ...N. S Thomas Cooper 
Glenaria JFeDeion 0]Donald Spence 



POST OFFICE. 



lenburnie 

lencairn 
Glencue....f. 
Glendower 
Glenedale, W 



TP. i ELECTORAL CO. 



POSTMASTER. 

Kingston George Hunter 

Tosorontio M. N. Stephens 

Ekfrid 

Bedford Richard Howes 



I Inverness N S 



Gleuelg ;Guysboro XS 

Glengarry Station... | Pietou N" S 

Glen Huron [Nottawasaga O 



J. McKinnon 
Mat. Archibald 
John Fraser 
H. M. Frame 



jlenloyd JMegantic Q J. Rockingham 

Glenlyon ^arrick 0) 

Slenmeyer iHouphton Geo. E. Meyer 

31 en Morris ! Dumfries 

jlen Murray IMegautic Q John Murray 

Glennevis JLancaster OjAlex. E. McRae 

Glen Road, W ; Antigonishe ...N SiC. McGillivry 

Gflen Sutton Brome QjW. A. Brown 

Glen Tay . .. Bathurst 0| John Hargrave 

Glenvale Kingston 1 Robert Gibson 

Slen Williams Esquesing Charles Williams 

Goble s Corners Blenheim i Wm. L. Goble 

*Gode.rich Goderich A. Dickson 

olden Grove, W O iSt. John N B Peter Brennan 

Groldenville ;Guysborough... N S JesseCumminger 

Gold Fields, W ... Colchester N S ! George Corbett 

Gold River, W O ...iLunenburg N S Benjamin Reddy 

Goldstone ;Peel John Gordon 

Good Corner, W 0... Carleton N Bj Archibald Good 

Goodwood Uxbridge M. Chapman 

Goose Creek, W ... St. John N B John Prescott 

Goose River Cumberland... N S David Patterson 

Gordonville, W 0... Carleton N Bi Moses Crosby 

3ore, W ... Hants N S;D. Thompson 

Gore s Landing Hamilton \ Sarah Gabetis 

Gormley Markham , Jtimes Gonnley 

Gorrie Ilowick Henry Besanson 

Gosheu, W Albert N B K. A. Robinson 

Goshen, W Antigonishe ...N SJDomild Sinclair 

Gosport Adolphustown ... George Germain 

ould Compton Q Alex. Ross 

ijourock Gualph 0, J. CunaiDgbam 



Sowanstown Wallace. 

Gower Point .. Westmeath 



Gowland Mount.WO Albert N B 



Grafton 



Hsldimand 



.). F. Weiland 
Thos. M.Carswell 
Wm. McKenzie 
J. Gillard 
I eter Lainphier 
S. W. Tracy 
Horace Lyman 

Grand Anse, W ....Richmond N S Allan McLean 

Grand Aunce. W .Gloucester N BJFrancisLeGreslej 

Grand Bay. WO St. John NB n .,;,! Tfom 

Grand Bend jBosanquet.. 

Grande Baie Chicoutimi 



Grahamsville Toronto Gore 

Q 





Granboro SI 

*Granly Shefford. 







Diivid Hamm 



Johv 
i). 



. Nugent 



____________ ......... ____ ______ ^ 

Grande Greve ......... jGaspe .............. Q I Charles Esnouf 





Grande Ligne St. Johns 



Q 



Grandes Coudees Beauce Q 

G^and Etang, W. 0. Inverness N. S 



R. A. Girardin 
J. Ldinbert dit 
Z. Collerotte 



Grand Falls (Victoria N BJPatk. McMillan 

Grand F. Portage, WO [Victoria N B W. Roach 



Grand Harbour, WO (Charlotte \ B 

Grandigne, W ;Kent N B 

Grandi<rueFerry,WOj Richmond N S 

Grand Msnau ! Charlotte N B 

Grand Narrows, W 0;Cape Breton ...N S 
Grand Pabos |Qaspe Q 



Turner Wooster 
Fidele Legere 
David Fraser 
K. Daggett 
J. i?. McNeil 
Thomas Soucy 

Grand River Gaspe Qi.loseph 0. Sirois 

Victoria N Bi Edwin Alcerly 

Richmond N S II. Murchison 



Grand River, WO... 
Grand River, W 0... 



Gravel Hill 

Gravelotte . 
Gravenhurst 



GranvilleCent. AV Q^nnapolis N S W.. B. Troop 

Granville Ferry .....^ Annapolis N S Alfred Troop 

<Jrant Cambridge J. Edtuonstone 

Grantley Williamsburg .... John C. Mnnro 

Grantou Biddulph James Juuiieson 

Roxborough John Crawford 

Miiidleton Robert (Jnance 

Miifkoka Peter Cockbnrn 

Graystock [Otonabee O Mirk Graystock 

Great Bridge (Cumberland ...N SlJoshalKing 

Westmorland, N B Wni. Avard 

Colchester N S A. W. MeLellan 

Reach OiGeorge Flint, juu 

Elizabethtown... 0] Dan. Blanchard 

Carleton N Bi Thomas Wakem 

Queen s N SjNath. Freeman 

Pietou N S Mrs. J.McKenzi* 

Greenock II. Montgomery 

Temiscouata QjGeorge April 



Great Shemogue, WO 

Great Village 

Greenbank 

Greenbush 

Greenfield, W 

Greenfield, W 

Green Hill, WO 

Greenock 

Green River , 



r oc 



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[1873. 



POST OFFICE. 


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POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


TP. ft ELECTOEAt CO. 


POSTMASTSE. 




Pickering ......... 


J. H. Smith 
John Lynch 
Daniui Dart 
James Joyce 
Allan G. Purdy 
Albtrt McKiel 
Frederick Meeu 
Edward Pridham 
73. J. Brown 
W. J. Mellow 
John Leckie 
Robert Bnrdett 

H. K. Nellos 
F. X. Thibodeau 
Samuel O Niel 
Win. Bothwell 
M. McDonald 
Wm. KinKsmill 
W. Waugh 
M>-s. M. Doane 
J. W. Doyle 
E.J.Cimningham 
Robert McKay 
Elias Grono 
Charles Hager 
.Tohn Digdon 
Wm. Fisher 
G. D. Fullerton 
C. R. Stewart 
13. W. Cochrane 
AJex. MoCrea 
James P.Hopkins- 
Henry C. Hall 
C..W. Rnscoe 
A. D. Fraser 
Fred. Pvitchie 
Michael Stanley 
J. Hammond. jun 
W. W. Dodao 
W. Fowler" 
David BrowR 
E. W. Slipp 
H. Elliott 
John Flewellins 
Nathaniel Smith 
Henry Handron 
Thomas Cowie 
T. S. Copping 
Wm. Davison 

Edmd. C-rhett 
H. McGillivray 

Mrs. Hutton 
Thomas Tapping 
Robert Noble 
James Grant 
Maurice Hj-aley 
W. G. LeRoy 
Wm. Kincaid 
John Din by 
Thomas Neilans 
David W. Wait 
Edmund Corb.ett 
A. McWilliams 
Joseph Warren 
T. N. IFavtMr 
John McMillan 
John Vraper 
D. B. Campbell 
Donald Reid 
James Galloway 
A. D. McGillia 
A. Macready 
Frederick Goble 
i Saml. F. Stewart 
B. W. Thomas 
Wm. Kennedy 
S. II. Shaw 
Archd. Campbel 

T. Coleman 
J. M. Stevens 

J. L. BroM n 


Harwich 


Harwich 


Jas. Hutchinson 
R. Drope 
Thomas Hase 
Henry Fowlds 
G. H. Chapman 
J. C. McQuaid 
J. B. LeBaron 
Giles Stone 
J. W. Pearce 
J. G. Higginson 
James Houston 
M. P. Empey 
Geo. Southwick 
James Murray 
Wm. Broad 
Michael Hayes 
Rod McDougall 
M Somerville 
Adam Abbott 
J. Montgomery 
John Taylor 
W. A. Maxwell 
E. Fiulay 
Thomas Holden 
J. Little 
Wm. E. Fowler 
Samuel Shatford 
J. McG Fraser 
Wm. Young 
Hugh McNeil 
Win. Dohson 
Thomas Barclay 
G. H. D. Forshner 
George Brown 
Thomas J. Rorke 
J Symth, een. 
C. .Caliiin 
Hugh Hughes 
John Krassler 
J. Holbrooke 
Miss L Bernard 
John Edwards 
Wm. Dickson 
Wm. Cockerliua 
T. Larocque 
Tbos Briggs 
M. Ger 
Rev. Hugh Nivin 
Aaron Workman 
George Brown 

John Chapman 
R. Breckenridge 
HughKert 
E. Jenkius 
J.McD.Sweetman 

II. Dutchburn 
Wm. Crowell 
M Campbell 
Wm. Tredway 
R. Noxen 
Thomas L. Hill 
Malcolm McNeil 
R. K. Sleeves 
WrA. Howe, sen. 
Mrs. E Faragher 
N. P.Wannamaba 
Hu ah Love, sen. 
P. Collicutt 
A. A. Becker 
L. Sr-hwedfeger 
R. Hoath 
F. Painchand 
Thomas Martin 
A. M. Whitfield 
Mis^ E. B. Sloane 
S. Robertson 
Edward Kelly 
Isaac Broad 
N. D. McKenafe 
John Quibell 
A. T. Campbell 
Peter A. Cavers 
George Lawrence 


Green River, W 0... 
Green s Creek, W 


Victoria N B 


Colchester N S 
West Flamboro 
Inverness N 8 
King s N B 








Asphod -l 


Greenville, W 
Greenwich Hill, W 


Hastings, \V 
Hastings, WO 
Hfttlry 


Cumberland ...N S 
Albert N B 


Pirkerinf O 






Haul tain 


Burlei^ri 




Bruce 
N. Fredericksb rg 
Grev .. ... 






Gretoa 




Ilawkesburv, W. 
Oro 




Hawkstone 


Grier c ville ist.Vincent 




Wellesley .... r ... 
Norwich, South 
Hay 


Griffith JGriffith O 




*Gririisby 


Grimsby O 
Portneuf Q 


May 








Grosvenor, W 


Guysboro N S 
Malahide O 




West Flamboro 
Inverness N S 
Wilinot 


Hay s River, W ... 
tlaysville... 


Groves Point, W. 0. 
*Guelph 


Victoria N. S 


fiuelph 






Gulf Shore, W ... 
Gunning Cove, WO... 
Guysborough 


Cumberland ...N g 
Shelburne N S 
Middleton 


Head ford 


Markbam 
Selkirk M 






Guysboro X S 
Guysboro N S 
Halifax N S 


HeadofAmherst,WO 
HeadJordanRiv.WO 
Heart Millstre m.WO 
Head of Ridge, W 
H.StMargfsJBy.WO 
H.St M.B.(M.Dt.)WO 
Il.St.Mary sBav.WO 
II. South ll.Lake.WO 
H.Tatamago e.B.WO 
HpailofTide, WO... 
H d.WallaceBay.WO 
II.Wall eB.(N.S.)WO 


Cumberland ...N S 
Shelburne N S 
Kind s N B 


Guysboro Inter. W 
Hackett s Oove, W 


Walnolfi O 


Westmorland, N B 
Halifax N S 


Half IsIa d.Cove.WO Guysboro N S 
Halfway Brook, W Colchester N S 
Halfway River, W Cumberland ...N S 
Haliburton Dysirt 
Halifax . .. TTalifiiY . ...N S 


Halifax NS 


Dio-by N S 


Autigonishe ...N S 
Colchester N S 
Restigouche ...N B 
Cumberland ...N S 
Cumberland ...N S 








Thurlow 


Hall s Bridge ... 




Hall s Harbour, W 
Hamburg 


King s N S 
S. Fredericksb rg 
Barton 


Hebron, WO 


Albert N B 
Yarmouth N S 
South Gower 


^Hamilton 


Hamlet 


Burgess, North... 
Klma O 
Kind s N B 




Hammond 
Hammond River, W.) 
Hiimmoudvale 
Hampstead 
Hampstead, W ... 






Huntingdon Q 
Dorchester.* Q 


King s... N B 
North Easthope...O 










Darlington 






Hampton W 


King s N B 




Iberville <> 


Hamptown. \V ... 
Hanfurd Brook, W O 
Hannon 


York N B 




Keppel 


Kino- g.... N B 






Barton 
Br-ritirick 


Tlerdmau s Corners 
Hereford 






Hants-port 


Hants N S 






Han well W O 


York N B 


Hnrou s Island, W 


Restigouche ...N B 
Waterloo 


Har. O Bouchet.WO 
Harbour Ro;)d,WO... 
Harbourville, WO... 


Antigonishe ...N S 
Antigonishe ...N S 
Kind s N S 




Ottawa 






Ho; ton 


Hibernia, WO 
Hio-h Bluff 




Itardinge 
Hardwicke. W ... 
Hardwood La ds.WO 
Harewood W 0. 


Bariie O 
Northnmb N B 
Colchester N S 
Westmorland, N B 


Marquette M 
Blithfiekl 


High Falls 


Hi"hfield 


Etobicoke O 


Highfield, WO 
Hubujate 


Hants S S 
Onord.... 
Scarborough 
HiHier Q 




Harlem 
Harley 


Bastard 
Burford 


Hiili^r 


Hiirlook 


liullett O 








Barri O 


Hillsboro ,C.B.,WO 




Harmony 


South Easthope . 
Rawdon O 
Bathnrst 
Stephen O 


Albert N B 


Harold 
Harper 
Harpiey 


Hillslntrgh 
Hillsdale ... , 


Erin O 
Medonte 
Kj n ,r s NB 


Hillsdale, W 
Hill s Green 
Hillside, W O 
Hilton 


Hay 
Albert N B 
Brighton 


Harrigan Cove, W 
Harrington East ... 
Harrington West ... 
Harrinburg 


Halifax N S 


Argenteuil Q 
Zorra, West 
Dumfries, South 
Cornwall 


Iloasic 


Williamsburg ... 


Hoath Head 


Harrison s Corners . 
Harriston 
Harrow 






Minto 
Colchester 


Hockley i. 


Adjala 




Vorwich, North 
Gwillirnbury, E. 
Maryborough ... 




Portland 


Holland Landing ... 
Hnllen 


Hartford 




Hartington 


Portland 




Hartland 


Carleton. N B 


Holmesville, W 0-... 


Carle-ton . .. N B 


Hartley 


Eldon 




Hartman 


Gwillimbury, E...O 
Sunbury N B 


Holt .. , 


Gwillimbury, E. 
Kinloss 


Harts Mills, WO.... 
Harvey 




Albert N E 






Harve.y Station 
Harvey Hill Mines... 


York NB 






Meeautic . ... 


Hono 


Vale... ... BC 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



79 



POST OFFICE. 



Hopetown 
Hopefield 



Hopewell, WO 

Hopewell, W 

Hopewell Cape 

Hope wellCorner, WO 



7 P. & ELECTORAL CO. 



Lanark 

Radcliffe 

Albert N B 

Pictou N S 

Albert N B 

Albert NB 



POSTMASTER. 



John White, jun 
Joseph Daly 

John Gunn 
M. B. Palmer 
Win. C. Pipes 



HopoweU Hill, W 0> Albert N B John R. Russell 

Hornby Esquesing (JjJohn McMillen 

Homing s Mills Melaucthon O Wm. Airth 



Hornsey, W O [Cumberland. ...N S 



Horton binding, WO 
Houghton 



House Harbour(sub) 
Howe Island 



King s NS 

Houghton O 



Gaspe . 



Q 



Pittsburg 

Howick i Chateatiguay ... Q 

Hubbard sCove.WOlHalitax N S 

Hubbell s Falls iFitzroy 

Hudson j Vaudreuil ... Q 



*HiM 

Hullsville 

Humber 

Humberstone 

Hunsdon 

Hunterstown 

Huntersville 

*Huntinydon 

Huntingville 

Huntley 

Huntsvills 

Huston 

Hyde Park Corner... 

Ida 

Ilderton 

Indiana 

Indian Cove 



Ihdinn Harbour. WO 
Indian Harbour, WO 
Indian Island,W 0... 
India :i Mission ...... 

Indian Point, W 0... 
Indian Road, W Q... 
Indian 



Ingoldsby ............ 

Ingoni.-<h, W ...... 

Inistioge ............... 

Inkerman ............ 

Innerkip ............... 

Innistil .................. 

Innisville. 



Intervale, W 

Inverary 

Inverhuron 

Invermay 

^Inverness 

lona 



Irish Cove, W 

Irishtown, W 

Iron Hill 

Ironside 

*lroqunis 

Irving Settl. W ... 
Irvine 



Isaac s IIarbour,W 
Island Brook ......... 

Islay 



Isle auxCoudies(sub 
IsleauxGrues ...... 

Isle Dupas ............ 

Isle 1 errot ............ 

IsleVerte ............... 

Islington ............... 

Ivaniiue ............... 

Ivy ..................... 

Jttcksr.Il . 



Jackriontown. WO... 
Jack-on \ille, W 0... 

Janetville 

Janeville, W O 

Jarratt s Corners ... 

Jarvis 

Jasper 

Jeddore, W 

Jemseg, W 

Jenkins, W . 



Jersey, R.Chaudit-re, 



George Reeve 
Fred. G. Curry 
George Buiidy 
Edward Paquet 
Thos. Thompson 
Thomas Gebbie 
J. E. Stratford 
James Riddell 
Lavid Reay 



Ottawa Q II- L. Loueks 

Walpole John Hull 

Etobicoke OJJohn i.inton 

Humberstone ... Oj John Thompson 

Albion 0|HenryFry 

Maskinonge QjWilbert Xewhnll 



Ramsav 



,lohn Hunter 



Huntingdon Q W. Marshall 

>herbrooke Q J. W. Gsmsby 

Huntley John Hueston 

Cbaffey 

Maryborough ... 1 David Callaway 

London Angus Eraser 

Caran OJAlex. Baptie 

London OjGeorge Ord 

Seneca Patrick FarreH 

Q Patrick Wallace 
" Frederick Hubly 



Levis 

Halifax N S 

Guysboro X S 

Charlotte X B 

Marquette M 

Luneuburg X S 



David Suttis 
J.B. W. Chiifley 
Rev. J. Mulvihill 
James Moser 



Hants NS 

St. John N BiWrn. G. Brown 

Oxford, North ... Joseph Thirkurl 



Minden 

Victoria X S 



Richard Smith 
J. W. Burke 



Aitemesia O|H. Arm.tioug 

Mountain 0|J r .hn Renwick 

Kast /,orra Mrs. Sarah Begg 



Innisfil 

D ummond O 

Wetrnorelan i,X B 
Storrington 



Benjamin Ross 
Thomas Code 

Horseman 



D. J. Walker 



Bruce olpeter McRao 

Arran A. Xeelands 

Megantic QjJohn McKinnon 

Dunwich , OfJohn A. Pliilptt 

Cape Breton ...X 8 M. McDonald 
Westmorland, X B John Larmcey 



Brome 

Ottawa Q 

Matilda 

Albert X B 



John l>. Shu>lt 
Thos. Thorpe 
James Grief 
Wm. K. Bishop 



M. gantic Q|S. B. Thurber 

Guysboro X S A. McMillan, jr. 

Compton Q;W. W. Bailev 

Ffiii-lon 0; A. MoEachera 

Cuarlavoix Q 

L Islet Q B.G.L.ditJolicoe r 

!J:rthier Q Rev. V. I 

Vaudreuil y Marie S. 

Q Louis A. Bertrand 
Oj Thomas Musson 

Huntingdon OiThomas Km j 

Ksaa i Davis 

G. R "Wright 



Derby . 

Carleton X B 

Carletou X B 



Fred. L. I ulmer 
.lames Simoiison 



Manvers David McGill 

Gloucester X BJRobert C. Caie 

Oro Charles Jarratt 

Walpole OjRobert Sill 

Wolford George Cross 

Halifax X S ~ 

Queen s X B 



Wm. Blakeny 
X. . Cottl* 

Queen s N B: Joel JenUin- 

Beauce Q ! Michael Cahill 



POST OFFICE. 



Jerseyville 

Joggin Mines, WO... 

Johnson 

Johnson s Mills 

Johnson Mills, W 
Johnston, W 

Johnville 

Johnville, W 

Jolicure, W 

*Ji>liette 

Jonquieres ~ 

Joraan 

Jordan Bay, WO ... 

Judique, W 

Jura 

Kaladar 

Kamloops 

Ka m ouraska 

Kars 

Kars, W 

Katevale 

Kazubazua 

Kay Settlement,W 

K^ady 

Keenansville 

*Keene 

Keith 

Kelso 

Kelvin 

Kemblu 

Kempt, W 

Kempt liridge, W 
Kempt Head, WO... 
Kempt Road, W 0... 
Keujpt Town.W 0... 

Kemplville 

Kemptville, W 0.... 

Kendal 

Kennebec Line 

Kenilworth 

Keijmore 

Kennutcook, W ... 
KennetcookCor.WO 

Kent Bridtre 

Keut s sland, W 



Kerrwood 

Kerry 

KtrtcH 



IP. t ELECTORAL CO 



POSTMASTER. 



Ancaster 

Cumberland ...X S 



A. Hendershot 

B. B. Boggs 



lOswi.-k Ridge, W 

Ketch Harbuur,W O 

Kettleby . 

Kewotoke, 

K".ser .... 

Kilbride . 

Kildare . 

KiMonan.. 

Kilkenny. 

Killarnvy. 

KilK-H] 



Kilmauagh 
Kiluiarn -!c 
Kilmartiu 
Kilm.-turs 
KiKyih 
Kimb -rk y 
Kinbiirn y- 
^Kincardine 



Sydenham OjWm. Johnstons 

Hay Oj Henry Hey rock 

Westmoreland, N B : Edward Babcock 
Queen s . X BJ Thomas Mason 

[Compton Q Charles Smith. 

iCarleton X BlJohn Boyd 

Westmorland, X B ( Rufus C. Wry 
Joliette QjEusebe Asselin 

^hicoutimi QjXavier Brassard 

, Louth 1 Clark Smire 

Shelburue X S John Downie 

! Inverness N S Hugh McDonnell 

Bosanquet O Jas. McCordie 

Kaladar 0|C. E. Dunham 

Yale BC 

Kamouraska QjLouis C. Begin 

North Gower 0> W. J. Wood 

King s N BjWm. Worden 

Stansteid QiL. Liuroreendiere 

[Ottawa Q 

Westmorland, X B : Alex. Hughes 

Derby O .larces Gilchrist 

Adjala :.... G. P. Hughes 

Otonabee Thos. Campbell 

Chatham O Lewis Huff 

Huntingdon Q PeterMacFarlane 

Windham J. Armour, jun. 

Keppel 0;Wm. Heard 

Queen s X S 

Yarmouth XS Klkiuah Travis 

Victoria X S|K. McKenzie 

Richmond XS Hugh Cam-a-on 

Colchester N S! A. S. Hingley 

Oxford O : Robert Leslie 

Yarmcuth X S J. U. Hnaiailton 

Clarke J. R. Anderson 

Beauce Q G^^rgij Hartley 

Arthur Robert Hay ward 

jO^goode O I John B. Br.inaeu 

-Hants X S Mrs. L. Densmore 

Chalham O.John B. Shaw 

!Halifax X S Jnhn Nauffis 

King s X S G. K. Calkin 

Adelaide James Irving 

Plantageuet, S.... , M-igloiu- Parent 

I lympton Wm. Donolly 

! X. Gwillimbury Henry Stt-unett 

York X B Abr. McKeen 

Halifax XS 

Kin;^ 01 Jacob Walton 

Inverness ... . X S Alex. Mt-Quain 

iJe Samue/ Cooper 

! Nelson Robert Parker 

! Joliette Q 0. Vi^neault 

j Selkirk M John Fraser 

JMontcalm Q Damage Thouin 

J District Algoma, O 

jPusliuch D. Forzuson 

; Yarmouth John Hicks 

jChinguacousy ... 

jWolford George Xewsome 

Metcalfe O D. BIoKeltai 

Torboltoa O Wm. Munro 

:I?erby , Ol Thomas Sloan 

jKuphrasia A. H. McLean 

Fil/.roy Geo. Fetherston 

M. : 



Creek 
Kinglake 

lidge 
n ry 



. ! Jviucarcline 

King 



Kingsey 

j Falls 

>rd 

Kingsley, WO 
* Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston Mills 
Kingston Village.WO 



i"".ft v.. lienjumin Lloyd 

jiving O A. McMillan 

II lughton OS. Leybourne 

Ashfield Francis L. Egan 

[Richmond QiGeo. Williamson 

York X B;J. A. Hammond 

Drummond Q| 

Drummond Q Smith Leith 

Tyendinaga J. McCuilnugh 

York N B G. X. Faster 

Kingston OjRobert Deacon 

King s X B Samuel Foster 



Kent XB 

m 

King s N S 

Gosfield 



John HariiHtt 
Chas. Harrison 
John Wheelock 
James H, Smart 



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[1873. 



POST OFFICE. 


TP. 4 ELECTORAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


TP. t ELECTORAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 




Ellice 


James Moriarty 
John Harrison 
Miss A. Johnson 
Ralph Switzer 
James Kin near 
Levi Mackey 
Benj. Kinsman 
Wm. Grant 
Wm. Easson 
Robert Mellis 
James Jackson 
John McTaggart 
Wm. McLeod 
Wm. Smith 
John Kirk 
John McCurdy 
W. McMillan 
Thomas White 
Hector McLean 
Wm. Reid 
Robert Ricker 
Albert Kimball 
J. F. Tuck 
Thomas Fulton 
John McGilleroy 
Robert H..>rd 

Purvis 

Mme M.Rousseau 
C. Hebert 
Mme. Bonneville 
CT.Charbonneau 
J. 0. Laurier 
Napoieon Duquet 
Geo. L Meikle 

C. C. Lajeunesse 
J. B. Pelletier 
T. VanVliet 
Charles Picotte 
DonaldCattanach 
John McDonald 
Isaac Heckman 
Mrs.M A.Cronan 
Angus Mclnnis 
Chas. McDonald 
John McKiunon 
Geo. Champoux 
A. Simmons 
John Shaw, jun. 
Joseph Begin 
George Rogers 
C. M. Sherwood 
Leveret S. Tilley 
Charles Crosby 
John Tarlington 
James E. Brown 
James Fortune 
1 \lvles Young 
J. McDonald 
1!. T. Davidson 
M. Flannigan 
Robt. Armstrong 
Charles Stuart 
A. McGillivray 
J. S. Carvill 
Reuben Chase 
James Thompson 
Francois Briere 
John R. Tait 
William Long 
George Kelley 
Dr. L. Labrecque 
W. Robertson 
John Fraser 
R. Short, sen. 
Louis Vermette 
Alex. Milue 

Wm. Gleeson 
John Laugstaft 
W. L. Coulter 
:T. D. Latour 
IJosephA.Bradley 
O. S. Giasson 




Chicoutimi Q 


P. Potvin 

Joseph Shepard 
H. B. .Lantz 

M. Blain 
J. Brasseau 
Alexis Millet 
Mrs E. Raymond 
Michael McNiel 
J. T. Hebert 
Jos. Fougere 
Henry Baldwin 
J. Guilbault 
Geo. McKenzie 

J. B. Remillard 
J. S, Laugill 

Chas. Bourget 
John Keough 
Joseph Charland 
Arch. Browning 
I. B. Mastin 
C. Gagnon 
H. M. Mercer 
J. W. James 
Samuel Hilts 
E. Lawrence 
Warren Kimball 
E. Learned 
George Leask 
Joseph Lord 
Bridget L.Couley 
Sarah Jizgens 
II. McCuicheon 
David Davidson 
D. Lockhart 
M. Jordan 
Alex. McDonald 
James Ross, jun. 
John Wilkiu 
Adam Hasting* 
Isaac Lennox. 
Daniel Clough 
J. P. Gushing 
M. Leonard 
F. Le Blanc 
Daniel Sellus. 
Alfred Iloyt 
Edward Slerin 
Pierre Pag6 
John C. Barry 

Geo. Leslie, jun. 
R.Bouilliane 
George Dick, sen, 
V. Bertrand 
DonaM Gillis 
Wm. Herkins 
Jas. Lounsbury 
Stephen Mills 
Alex. Smith 
John Graham 

John Newton 
.lames Jarmin 
Mrs.M. Me Donald! 
Isaac S. Taylor 
Simeon Mallory 
Thomas Adam 
Alez. Lindsay 
James W. House 
RoiialdMcDonald 
Joseph Lynn 
A. Johnstone 
Robert Y. Fish 
Arthur Mitchell 
John Zinkann 
Daniel Teskey 
James Hemlow 

MrsB.Ballantyne 
W. H. Hacking 
Alex. Cameron 
John II. Christie 






L Anse St. Jean 


Chicoutimi Q 




Kinlos . 


York 






Lantz, W. 


Lunenburg N S 
Charlevoix Q 






LaP.R.St.Franc.(s.o.) 








Kinsman s Cor. W 
Kintail 


King s NS 




Laprairie ......... Q 


Ashtield 


La Pres6n ation 


St. Hyacinthe ... Q 
Loughborough... 
Richmond N S 
Megantic Q 




Kast Nissouri ... 
Tuckersmith 
Clarke 


Laputn 




L Ardoise, WO 
Larochelle 


Kirhy 


JZirkfirld 


Eldon 


Larry s River, W 


Guysboro N S 


Kirkhill 


Lochiel 


King 


Kirkhill WO 


Cumberland ...N S 
Ottawa Q 


*// Assomption 
Laterriere 


L Assomption Q 




Kirk ton 




Latona 


Glenelg 
Laprairie Q 


Kirkwall 








Laugill s W. 


Lunenburg .... N. S 
Amaranth 


Knapdale 
Knatchbull 


Mosa 
Nassagiweya 
Carleton N B 




Lauzon 




Knowlesville,WO... 


Laval 


Montmorency Q 
Berthier Q 






Knowlton Landing. 
Knoxtbrd W 




Lavant 




Carleton... . N B 


Lavender 


Mulmur 


Knoydart, W 
Komoka . .... 


Picton N S 
Lobo 


L Avenir 


Drummond Q 
Charlotte N B 
Annapolis N S 


Lawrence Stat n,WO 
Lawrencftown 




Yale . . JJC 




Waterloo 


La\vreucetown,W 0. 
Lawrencevillt? 


Halifax NS 




Kent N B 


Shefford Q 






Leamington 


Mersca 




Chicoutimi Q 


Learned Plain 


Compton Q 

Scon o 






Leaskda-lo 




St Johns . . Q 




Lotbiniere Q 




L Assoraption Q 
Jacques Cartier... Q 
ArgoBteall Q 
Cariboo B C 


Ledge, "VV 


Charlotte N B 




* Leeds 


Megantic Q 


*Lachute 


Le<*ds Village 




Lfffoy 


[nnUfll 




Terrebonne Q 

TVTslpf-. n 


Leicester, WO 


Cumberland ....N S 
Richmond 


Lie JColi* 


Leinster 


Lacollf St. Johns O 


Leitches Creek, W 0. 
Leith 


Cape Breton... N S 
Svdenham 




Tinv , I 






Megantic Q 


La Guerre H"imtirnrrJnn ... O 


Lemon villo 


Whitchurch 
Innisfill O 


La Have Cr.Rds.,WO 
La Have Kiver. W 
LakeAir.slie. WO... 
L. Ainnlie (e.s.) W > 
L. Aiuslie(R. s)WO 


Lunenburg N S 
Lunenburg N S 




Lennox Ferry, W 0. 
*L&tttQ3yviUe 


Richmond ... N S 
Sherbrooke Q 
Drummond Q 
L Assomption ... Q 
Charlotte N B 
Annapolis .... N S 
Chsrlevoix Q 








L Kpiphanie 


Wolfe Q 


Lepreau 




Quebec Q 


Leqniile, W 




Wilherforce 


Les Kboulemens 
Les Kcurenils 


Lake Kteherain 

Lakefield 


Portneuf Q 




Les Kscoumains 
Leskard 


Paguenay Q 


LakefiMd W 


King s .. N B 


Clarke 


Lake George, W 0... 
Lafce Ge orge, W 0... 


York N B 


Leslie, 


York O 


Yarmouth N S 


Les Pet.Bergeroifhes 
L Eteto, W 




Charlotte N B 
Levis Q 




Cumberland ....N S 
Inverness N S 
Ilowick 


* Li VIS 


Lake Law, W 


Lewis Biv W 


Cape Breton ...N S 
Shelburne N S 
Westmorland. N B 
Westmorland. N B 
McGillivrav 


Lewis Head, W ... 
Lewis Moun.. W 0... 
Lewisville, W 




Compton Q 




Storrington 
Kect N B 


LakeSettlem t,WO 
lakeside 


Lieury 


Nissouri, East ... 


Lifford 
Lilleot 


Manvers 
Cariboo BO 


Lake Temiscamiugu 

T,fllr*ivnlo W O 




Antigonishe ... N S 
Carletou N B 
King s N S 


Litnehouse 


Esquesing 


Lakeville, W 
Lakeville W 




Huugerford 
Pictou N S 


Lime Rock, W .... 
Lincoln, W 


Lakeville Cor. W 




Sunburv N B 


Wolfe Q 




Compton Q 


L*Amable 


Dungannon O 
York 


* Lindsay 
Lindsay, WO 


Ops 
Carleton N B 
Stanstead Q 
Cape Breton... N S 
King 




Lambeth 


Westminster 
Beauce Q 


Lineboro 
Lingan 






Lanark 


Linton 






Linton s, W 


Sunbury N B 




Otonabee . . Q 


Linwood 


Wellesley 






Lisadel 


Howick 




Brantford 


Lisbon 


North Easthope. O 
Huron 




N. Westm ster.B. C 
Kinloss 


Lisburn 


Lan^side 


Liscomb, W 
Lisgar 


Guysboro .... N S 
Chinguacousy ... 
L Islet Q 


Langstaff (sub) 




Walsin^him 


L Islet 




Berthier Q 




Wallace 




Lansdown . . . . 


Littlo Branch 


Northumb d...N. B 
Cape Breton... N S 


L Anse a, Giles .. 


L Islet 


Lit. Bras d Or, W 0. 






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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



81 



POST OFFICE. 



Little Britain. 
Little Current 



TP 4 ELECTORAL 00. 



Maripos* 

Rowland 

Little GlactBay |Cape Breton... N S 

Little Harbour, W 0; Pictou N S 

Little Judique, W 0) Inverness N S 

L le Lepereaux, W.O Charlotte N B 

N S 



POSTMASTER. 



John Broad 
G. B. Abrey 
W. McDonald 
James Stewart 
Angus Beaton 
W. McGowan 
J. McDonald 



Little Lorraine, W Cape Breton., 

Little Narrows, WO Inverness N Sj Hugh McAskil 

Little Rideau Hawkesbury, E . Thomas Rosa 

Lit. River (Cov.)WO Albert N B Robert J.Colpittf 

Lit.Kiv. (Els, in) WO Albert N B Hiram Killam 

Little River, W0 .JSnnbury N B M. H. Coburn 

Little River, WO ...] Antuonishe ... N S Levi Irish 
Little River, W ... I Cumberland .. N S J. L. Purdy 

Little River, W ... D gbv N S P. W. Frost 

L.Riv.(Mid.Mus )WO Halifax N S;W. G. Cole 

LittleRocher, WO... > Albert N BiJ. Richardson 

Little Shemogue, WO Albert N B; Thomas Oultoa 

LittleShippasan. WO j Gloucester .... N B Mary Wilson 
Little Tracadie, W Antigonishe .. N S Joseph Symonds 

Liverpool Queen s N S A. J. Campbell 

Livingston s Co.,WO Antigonishe... N S John Livingston 
Lloydtown |Kmg A. Eastwood 



Lobo 

Lochabar, WO 

Lochaber Bay 

Lochartville, W ... 

Loch Garry 

Lochiel 

Lochinvar 



Lobo T. S. Edwards 

Antigonishe... N S Mrs. M Sears 

Ottawa Q Arch. Campbell 

King s N S Wm. Glenn 

Kenyon James Fraser 

Lochiel O Angus Chisholm 

Lochiel Simeon Fraser 



Loch Lomond, W O.jSt. John 



N B Daoiel Robei tson 



Loch Lomond, W 0. Richmond N S Rod k Bethune 



Lochsid^, WO 

Locke Port 

Loeksley 

Lockton 

Loganville, W 

Logierait 

Londesboro 

*London 



Londonderry, W 0... 

Londonderry 

Long Creek, W ... 
Long Island 



Long Island Locks... 



Richmond N S D. McDougall 

Stielburne N S X. Z. Chipmaa 

Alice W. M. Walfprd 

Albion Adam Parkinson 

Pictou N S Dugal Logan 

Moore D. Hossie . 

Hullett Hugh Wallace 

London L. Lawless 

King s N B James Douglas 

Colchester N S 

Queen s N B John Secord. jr. 

Digby N S J. W. Eldrige 



Long Lake 

Long Point 

Long Point, W 
Long Point, W 
Long Point, W 



Gloucester 

Olden 

. Hochelaga Q 

K inz s N B 

Inverness N S 

King s N S 



Long Reach, W ... King s N B 



Long Settlem t, W Carleton 



NB 



Longueuil 

Longwood 

Lon^wood Station... 
Lonsdale 



Lord s Cove, W ... 
Lorette. 



Chambly Q 

Ekfrid 

Caradoe 



Tyendinaga 
Charlotte 




NB 



Quebec Q 



Loretto JAdjala 

*UOrignal Longueuil . 

Lome Kincardine 



Lorraioe 

Lotl>iniere 

Loughhortf 

Louisburg, W 

Louisville 

Lorat 

Low 

Lowbanks 

Lo. Bar. Riv.,WO... 



Mono 



Lotbiniere Q 

Loughborough... 
Cape Breton... N S 

Chatham 

Greenock 

Ottawa Q 

Moulton 

Pictou N S 



Lower Brighton .WO Carleton N B 

L. Canterbury. WO. I York N B 



Lower Cape, W 
Lower Cove, W ... 
L. Coverdale, W 0... 
Lower Fort Garry... 
L. French Vil., W 0. 
LowerGranville,W 
L. Hayneville, W 0.. 

Lower Hortnn 

Lower Ireland 



Albert N B 

Cumberland... N S 

Albert NB 

District Of Lisgar M 

York NB 

Annapolis ... N S 

York N B 

King s NS 

Megantic Q 



Lower La Have, W Lunenburg ... N S 

L. L Ardoise, W 0... ! Richmond N S 

L.LineQueens y,WOJYork N B 

Lower Maccan, W 0. Cumberland... N S 
L. Newcastle, W O...INorth mb rled. N B 



James Bender 

John Coulter 
D. McDonald 
Henry Ogilvie 
Jas. M. Smith 
James II. Sprou 
?. Lesperance 
Thos. Gordon 
Mrs. J. A. White 
R. Wildman 
Thos. K. Parker 
I. G. Vincent 
P. D. Kelly 
C. Johnson 
lames Jack 
John Mills 
VI. Lemay 
Hugh Maddan 
Joseph Kennedy 
R.C. Struthers 
Thomas Allen 

laleb Brooks 
Isaac Michener 
David Patterson 
George Stukney 
George Ingraham 
Joseph Taylor 
Amos Seaman 
James Rogers 
Donald Gunn 
George Risteen 
J. C. Shafner 
Geo. J Sharp 
K. McLatchey 

K. Redman 
Joseph Oxner 
James Matheson 
J. II. Tupper 

David Hoeg 
John Delany 



POST OFFICE. 

Per^aux, W 



TP. 4 ELECTORAL 



POSTMASTER. 



King s N S; Philip Brown 

L. Pockmouche.WOj Gloucester N B P. Robidieau 

Lower Pr. Wm., WO York N.B,John Wasson 

,ower Prospoct,W OiHalifax N 88. BlackMirn 

i. Queensbury, WOJYork N B James W. Brows 

t.Riv. Inhabit.. WO. Richmond N S Joseph McCarthy 

ower Selmah, W ! Hants N S Wm Creelman 

i. Set. Micl.Riv.,WO Victoria N S Finlay McRae 



. Set. S. Riv., W 0.. 
i. Southampton,W 
jower Stewiacke .... 
,. Turtle Creek.WO 
.. Wakefield, W 0... 



Antigonishe .. N S Daniel Fraser 

York N B 

Colchester N S F. H. Holes worth 

Albert N B Geo. A. Fillmore 

Carleton N B Sam. C. Jwett 



i. W.St.M. s Bay ,WO: Halifax N S J. A. Nickerson 

..Wood Harbor WO Slielburne N S S. K. Mood 

..Woodstock. W 0.! Carleton N B John Riordon 

x>w Point, WO Inverness N S Angus McMaster 

L.owville Nelson 0| 

Lucan Biddulph 0,William Porte 

^ucerne Ottawa Q R. Blackburn 

*Lucknow Kinloss 0|M. Campbell 

Uidlow.WO North mb rl d. N B; John Nelson 

Lumley Dsborne O^Vm. Dinnin 

lunenburg jOsnabr K-k O F. Kirkpatrick 

Lunenburg Lunenburg ... N Sj MrsA M.Rudolph 

Lurgan Huron Jas. McCrindle 

Lutes Mount n, WO! Westmorland.. N B A. M. Bunnell 



Liuther 

Lmton 

Lylu s Bridge, WO... 

*Lyn 

Lynden 

Lyndhurst 

Lynednch 

Lynnfield, WO 

Lynnville 

Lyons 

Lyster 

Lyttleton, W 

Lytton 

McAdarn June. W 
McDonald s Cr., W 
McDonald s Corners 



Luther Wm. Dawson 

Malahide L. R. Tyrell 



Shelburne 



N S.Wm. Greenwood 



Elizabethtown ... ( John S Bell 

Baverley ..; Oj James E. Orr 

Lansdown Oj John Roddick 

Charlotteville .... 0, George Gray 

Charlotte N B 1 John J Gitchell 

Windham 0;W. Axford 

Dorchester, S. ... O^hos. Winder 

Megantic Q John King 

NorthumberPd N B David Somers 



Yale BC 



York 



N B 



James Haddock 



Queen s N B Allen McDonald 

Dalhousie 0]Wm. Lock 



McDonald ! Pt., WO ; Queen s N B D. N. Smith 



McDougall Sett.W 
AfcQillivray . 
Mclutyre.. 



McKay s Point, W 

McKellar 

McKenzie sCor..WO 



Westmorland.. N B Coll McDougall 

McGillivray D. Shoif 

Osprey Edward Potts 

Victoria N S Malcolm McLean 

McKellar S. Armstrong 



Carleton N B John Y. Hoyt 

McLaughlanR d,WO Kent N B Ira Hicks 

McLellan s B k, W Pictou N S Alex. Fraser 

McLeod s Mills,W Kent N B: George McLeod 

McPherson sF yWO Richmond N S James Smith 

Maberly Sherbrooke, S.... R. May berry 

Inverness N S,Wm. Grant 



Mabou 

MabouCoalM g.WO 
Mabou Harbor, W 

Maccan, W 

Maccau Interv., W 
Maccan Mount., W.O. 

Mace s Bay 

Macnider 

Mactaquack, W ... 

Mac ton 

Mat-villa 

Maddington 

M;tdisco,WO 



Madrid 

Magaguadavio, W 0. 
Magdalen Islands.... 

Mignetawan 

Magog 

Magoon s Point 

Magundy, WO 



Maidstone 

Mainadieu, WO 

Maitland 

ifaitland 

Maitland, W 

Maitland, W 

Malagash, W 

Malaga watch, W 0... 



Malakoff , 

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Inverness N S 

Inverness N S DonaldMcDonald 

Cumberland... N S Henry Jeffers 
Cumberland... N S|W. F. Harrison 
Cumberland... N S W. B. Lodge 

Charlotte N B Robt. V. Hanson 

Rimouski QJF. Saucier 

York N B James Mitchell 

Pe*l J. M. McCormick 

Albion ,.0 Seth Wilson 

Arthabaska Q F.H St. Germain 

Gloucester N BlA.C Des Brisay 

\fHn/ n i? r n> LM 



Madoc 



Sebastopol 
York . 
GaspS 




NB 
Q 



Chapman 

Stanstead Q 

Stanstead Q 

York N B 

Lunenburg ... N S 

Sandwich 

Cape Breton... N S 

Augusta 

Hants N S 



Annapolis 
Yarmouth 



NS 
N S 



Cumberland... N S 

Inverness N S 

Marlborough ... 



E. D. O Flynn 

Solomon Vail 
John D. Tuao 
James Miller 
Calvin Abbott 
Aaron Magoon 
James Henry 
Lewis Knaut 
Thomas Moraa 
Clara Rigby 
Geo. C. Longley 
Adam Roy 
W. H. Dukeshiro 
Charles Steele 
Robt. McDonald 
L. McDonald 
W. J. Piwce 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1873. 



POST OKFICE. 


TP. t ELECTORAL CO 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


!- 

i P. 4 ELECTORAL no. POSTMASTER. 




Brant () 


Daniel Sullivan 
D maid McLean 
Frederick F. Lee 
A. Lanlhier 
Geo. Richardson 
J B. Allen 
Smith Thomson 
John Tayl r 
Jas. M. Whitman 
Mbert K. Clarke 
Mary Douglas 
A McG. Ironsids 
George Lester 
Chas. Ltderman 
G L. Dickinson 
Win. Gilbert 
David A. Minson 
J. P. Rupert 

James Fraser 
H. Cross, jun. 
Geo. Ingli .jun. 
Wm. G. Plinch 
Wm Appleford 
.lohn Kippliug 
W. A. Colpits 
James Dick 
John Stone 
Edward White 

N. J. Brown 
George Emery 
J B. Bishop 
W. H. Berry 
Charles Powley 
A. W. Blyth 
Colin Gillies 
Donald Campbell 
I . A. Margeson 
F. S. C\r 
David Mitchell 
Hector McNeil 
Wm. Edwaidu 
W J. MrFarland 
Jas. J. Barker . 
Alfred Mirkham 
W. G. AlUa 
Jos. Thompson 
John Hislop 
Benj. Johns n 
P. Porterfield 
Bdiij. Millett 
James P. Foster 

Win. Tomlinson 
W. McLetn 
Edward Lee 
James Me Dougal! 
Arch. Henderson 
Joseph Strum 
R. Blackwood 
Amasa Martin 
C-ilm Chisholm 
Henry C. Ladell 

Hazer Ponds 
James C. Ross 

M. Delfaflsse 
Wm. Ben net 

Luther Abbott 
John Small 
Samuel McCullj 
L N. Blais 
D. Fraser 
John McGregor 
J. P. Jarmain 
John Bangs 

L. N. Hungerfon) 
Wesley Long 
John Dal ton 
Wm. Spier* 

Michael Doyle 




Ottawa 




Mahgnaut Co*e,WO 


Antigonishe.... N S 


Meadwuvale 


Toronto 
St Vincent ., 
Halifax 


... C. H. Gooiterham 
... D. L. Lavton 
N S Daniel D illman 
N B Alex. Moore 
N S James T upper 
... J. H. BivK 
.... Robert J. Moon 
... O ./ames Brown 
Q R F Woodburn 


* Mrafnrd 


Mahnrtison 


Missisquoi Q 


Maagher sGrant.VVO 
Mechanics Set., W 
Medfbrd, W 


King s 


Milton . ... 


Toronto 


King s 


Mil vern 


Scarborough 
Reach 




Nissomi, East 
Medonte 
.Vlelxncthon 


* W<incke*tf,T 


Medonte 


Manchester, W O ... 


Guysboro N S 








Melbourne Ridge.... 
Melocheville 




... Q Wm Beattie 


Munitowaning 
Manners button, WO 


Assigiuack O 
York N B 


Beauharuois 
Tyendinaga .. 
Guysboro 
Annapolis 
Hdlier 


... Q (Jfeorge E. lis 
... O Geo. Duncan 
N S James Stewart 
N S B. Spinney 




Wilmnt 


M--lrose 




North Gower ... 


M-lvern Su.uare,WO 




J/ ina iiivt/le-P iUon. . 


Brome Q 




Westmorland. 


N B S C Charters 


Vaujihan 
aneouver B C 
R"tigo iche... N B 
Mngantic Q 
Rr.int. ... . O 


Menie 


Meiigonish, W 0. ... 
Merivale 
Merlin 
* 31 -rrickvtile 




N S E. Finlav-on 
... O E. B. Hopper 
... Patrick Sullivan 


Maple Green, VV 0... 


N-pean 
Rilekh 
Wolf rd 


Mapln Hill 




Miritton 


Grant ham 






Yarmouth ... . 


M tab chounn 


Chicoutimi . .. 
Digby 
Digbv 


... Q Jacques Bergeron 
N S i George G ^rnan 
N S|Just. Comeau 


Mtpleton 




Melaghan, W O 
Metanhan Riv. W 
Me r hot s Mills 


Mapleton, W 


Albert N B 


Maple Valley 


Nottawasaga 
Q leen s . . . . N B 




MiUjnapit Lake, W 

Mar 


Metis 




... Q W fc i>a"e 




Metz 


Garafraxa .... 


.lohn Mir. -hell 




Meyersburg 




O Cor OS iilivan 


.Marble viount WO. 


Inverness is S 
l,eeds 


Michipit-oton River. 
Middle Church 
Mid. Coverd le. W 
Hiddlefield, W ... 
Mid LaHiveFer.WO 
Mid. Musijuodob .it.. 
Middle River VV 0... 




... OP VV. Bell 


Dist. of Lisgar 
Albert 


... M Jas (Houston 
N B James Ryan 
N S hi. Morton 
N SO. R P. .n ette 
N S R A Knulback 
N S George MrLeod 
N S Chas L. McLeod 
N B A. Dotuiass 
N S J. G.Crowdia 
N S D. Me I Donald 
N S Jas. McDonald 
N BiD N. Rivmond 
N B Geo. W. McKay 
N S John Dn-kie 
N 9 Albert Beals 
. William Croft 




Wolfe Q 




Marrh 


Queen s 
Luuen mrg ... 
Halifax 




Otillii, North ... 


MarJen ....... . 


Margaree, W O 
Miryawe, ( forks).-... 
Mur^aretsviHe, W 


Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 
Annapolis N S 
Bonaventure Q 
Guysboro N S 


Pictou 


Middle River, WO... 
Mid. St. Fnucis WO 
M.S-c.N.E. Mar.WO 
M Sei.Uiv.Inhab WO 
Mid. Set. S. Riv. WO 
Middl rt Siuiond-,WO 
M. Southampton. WO 
VI id. Stewiacke, WO 
Middleton 




Victoria 


Inverness 
Inverness 
Antigouishe... 
Carleton .:.... 
York 


Maiie-Joseph.W 0.. 
Marion Biidge, W 


Cape Breton... N S 
Huntingdon Q 
Glenelg .. .. 








Colchester 
Ann ipolis 
Lanark 


Markhamville, W 

M u Hnink 


Kind s N B 


Rungerford 
Be.auce Q 


Middlville 




Midgic, WO 


v\ etuiorlind.. 
Vespra 
Carrirk 


N B ; Miriner Hicks 
... OiGe .rge Smeath 
... M. Campbell 
. . Q J. R. Ltpoints 


Miiruiiou 


Sullivan 


Vlidhurst 
M tdniny 
MiU End 


Marmora 






VVawanosh O 
Lunenburg ... N S 
Annapolis N S 
Di^by N S 


Marriott s Cove. W 
Marshall s Cove.W 
Marshall s Tn., VV 
Mrsh Hill 
Marsh S. Me LM, WO 
Marshville 


Milf,fr,l 


Maryshurg ... 
Annapolis ... 
Guysboro 
Vloruiflgtoa ... 
Tudor 


... James Cooke 
N S S Char ^ton 
N S Joseph Torey 
... Wm. Rutherford 
R M Normin 


Milford W ... 


Milf.Hav.Bridge,WO 
Millbunk 


R^ach 
Hict"u N S 


Mill Brid e 


Wainfleet 


*Mdl Bronk 
Mill Br,,ok, WO 


Cavan 
Pictou 


.. O W. G. Knowlson 
N SiM. G. R.ss 
N S ! J. W. Jollymore 
N B S. Beck with 
N B John J. Tobin 
... Q Solomon Pollock 
... Peter N. Tait 


Marshy Hopa, W 0.. 
Ma-rston 
Martin s River, W 


Antigonishe... N S 
VValsinghsm 
Lunenburir ... N S 
Charl ittenburg . 


Mill Cove. VV 


Lunenbuig ... 
Kent ... 


.Mill (Jreek, WO 
Milled<eville. WO. 
Vlille islou 


St. John 
Ar^en r 4Hlil ... 


Martinville 


Ma.n,dile. W 
Mary Lake 


Antigonishe... N S 
Stephenson 
TvenJiuaga 
York .. . N B 


*Mille Jtiictirji 


Miller s Creek, WO. 
Mille V aches 


Hants 


N S Hiram Miller 
.. Q Rev. P. Boily 


Saguenav 


Marysville. WO 
Maryvale, W O 
Mascanme, W 


M tlGrove 


Flamboro , W. 
Ernestown 
M.irkham 
Tyendinaga ... 
King s 


... W. II B,-rney 
... John Fldiniug 
... W. Gorvett 
... James Bowen 
N B ; J. A Ken wick 
N S John Mr Kay 
N B Patiick Curran 
N S J N Mdi-k 
N B Heiuy Waney 
... OH H. Rd 


Antiijouishe .. N S 
Charlotte N B 


Mill Haven 
Milliken 
Mill Point 


L Assomption ... Q 
O>ta>va . . . Q 




M il 1st ream. W .... 
Millsville, W 




Maskinon^S Q 
Stinstcad Q 


Pictou 






Charlotte 
Queen s 
York 


Massiw 
Mast Town, W. ... 


Holland 

Colchester ... N S 


Mill Villas. * 
Millville. WO 


MJliiesville 


Maikham 


Mataii&din 


Bonaventure Q 
Matawatchan ... 
lympton 


Milton 


Queen s 


N S E Kempton 
... Q Chas Gillespls 




Milton East 


Shefford 


MaHock 


Mdverton 


Trafalgar 
Mornington ... 
Etobicoke 
Erin 
S lowdon 


... 0: George Smith 
... John Pi rson 
... George Scott 
... Nathaniel Roed 
... S. S. Peck 


MattaWa .. 




Maugerville, W ... 
Maxivll 


Sunbnrr N B 
Shcfforij Q 


Vliuaico 
Mimosa 


O^prey 
KkfrM O 


Minesing 
Minudie, WO 


Vespra 
Cumberland ... 
Cape Breton... 

MlSoiiUUi 


... Andrew Ronald 
N S Gillvrt Seaman 
N 8 Charles Martell] 
... Q S. B. Derrick 


Mayfield 


Cbinguscousy ... O 
Mjnteakrle ... O 


M*ynard 


Mi Gut, WO 



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83 



POST OFFICE. 



Mi pee.WO. 

MitcKell 

Moe s lliver. 

Moffatt 

Mihawk 

Moira 

Moisic 

Moles worth. 
Monck 



TP. ft ELECTORAL Co. I PO-TMASTER. 

t7john~ N B " 

Losran John Hicks 

Cotnpton Q iMvid K Brown 

a^iwpya ... Peter Little 
Brantford. We t. Wm. Endie 

Huntingdon Henry Ostrom 

Sajuenay Q Thos. Darling. 

Wallace Sum y l Lon^heed 

Luther Win. Seiiswo tb 

Monckland jRoxhor<vugh .Jonn Brown 

JUmctvn Westmorland. N B Joseph Crau lall 

Moncton Road, W 0. Westmorland . N B.Win. G. B;xteniarj 

Moneymore Hun^erford John Harigan 

Mongenais Vaudreuil Q J. Sicart, 

Mongolia Markharn Robert Cortlg 

Monkton Elnia K. lireensides 

Mono Centre Mono John Wil-on 

Mono Mills lAlliion John Allen 

Mono R<>ad Station. Chiuguacousy ... John Jud^ 

Montague Montague ; Peter Clark 

Montague G.Mi.WO Halifax N S;M,S. V. Barker 

Montcalm IMoutcalm Q K. Copping 

Monte Beil i : Ottawa Q Chis. .Maior. jun 

Mont Louis Gaspfi Q Jos Larnieux 

*Mrmtmarpty Montmauny Q^J. S. Vnllee 

*Montrft!l Montreal QJK. S Freer 

Montro** Stamford Arc 1 . Thompson 

Rouville Q: A. Bronillctle 



Cwrlet n 



N B James Kennedy 



Moore ............... John Mo 



Charlotte 



N B.Iowph Cormick 



Mt. St. Hilnire 
Monument Set,. W 

Home 

MooreV Mills W 0... 

Moore s Station 

Moose Brook. W 0... 

Moose Creek 

Moray 

Morden. W 

Morewood 

Morganston 

Morley 

Morniagdale Mills... Morningion J Nicklin 

*Morpfth JHoward 0| 

Morrisbank 

*Morrisburg 

Morristtin 

Morristown. W 
Mortlake 



Miseif-quoi Q P C. M. ore 

Hants N S;Thonns M. Rei 1 

Roxborongh W. Mc,Killicsn 

McGillivray II. Iltgennan 

King s N S l hos. KM rns worth 

Winchester O A. M<Kiv 

Cramahe ...: Wm. J. Newman 

St. Vincent James Lemon 



Morton s Cor., W 
Mortoimlle, W ... 
Morven ............... 

Moscow 
Mosheryille. W .. 



Motherwell .......... 

Monlies lliver W 0.. 
Mountain Grove ...... 

Mountain View ...... lAmeliashurg ...... 



Moriis James Orr 

Williamsburg ... James MI Men 

Puslinch 0;R. B. M orison 

John 1 rtlnier 
A. Thompson 



King s N S 

Scarborough 

Crosby, South ... 
Lunenburg ... N S 

Hants N S 

Ernestown 

Camden, East ... 

Hants N S 

Dorchester, N. ... 

Fullarton 

Kent ...... .. N 



K 

Olden O 



lames R. L<-ake 
lames Morton 
Josi.ih Smi Vi 
.I. >>. P.Gord-inier 
7,ara Vanluve.n 
Joseph M ish^r 
John Amos 
Jas. Brown, sen. 
A. Mc.Kacheren 
K. L Godfrey 
W. H. W.iy 

Mount Albert lOwillimbury, K.. Mrs E WiUnn 

Mount Albion Saltfleet .lames R. V k 

*Mnunt Brijitjt .s Caradoc Kdward Handy 

Mount Carmel Kamnuraska Q K Lavois 

Mount Charles Toronto Robert Mc -eod 

Mount D*nis..n.W Hants N S Mr* J R.Shaw 

Muur.l Ellin jDerehim I M. Klliott 

*Mmmt Firrst Arthur T. G. Smith 

Mount IJanly. W 0. ^Annapolis N S Cnl.-b Millei* 

Oneida Wm Russell 

Ops Win. R-\nolds 

Mount HniKt Albion ; John Wallace 

Monnt Irwin (Jalwav Oj hris Irwiu 

Mount Johnson Iherville Q Louis A. Au_rer 

Mountjoy Soulanges QlCamill- L ilonde 

M r >uut Oscar Vaudreuil Q I,. Lapointe, 

Mount Pleasant Cavan Abrahtra Best 

Mount Pl.Mant,W Cumberland... N S Is.-i-ic Simpson 

Mount St Umis Medonte O . B 

Mount St. I atii -k... Brnuirham Bridget 

Mount Silem Mulahido O Geo. Hillskef 

Mountsberg Flamboro , Eat. O James N l ai-<e 

Mount Thorn T ictou N S George McKay 

Mount Uniacke Hants N S Kich-rd HcLnkt 

Mount Vtrnrm Brantford, West. WMiain 

M nt Whitley, W 0.! Westmorland . N B Dixon 

Mount Wolfe i Albion John Wolfe, jun 

Mouth Jotniwg. W Queen s N B Klias Scribne 

Mouth Keswlck.WO York N B Geoige Miles 



Mount Hely 
Mount Horeb 



POST OFFICE. 

Moutti of Nerepis ... 
Muddy Branch 



Mull River, W 
Mulmur 



TP. & ELECTORAL CO. I 



PMSTM \STER. 



Kind s N B J M. Na-e 

Argenteuil Q F. Nauhert 



Bertie I L-arn.sen. 

Inverness N S Donald Mclsaae 

Mulmur John Murphy 

[Canuloc* It. K. Whiting 

Munro s. W I Victoria N S M. Munrn 

Muni-ter G. ulburn I hos. Tubman 

M irray I Murray 

Bay jchfti-levoix Q J. A. J. Kano 

MurnyVOor. W 0..; Westmorland. N BlJoneph Murray 

Murvale ll or land 0: Michael Davy 

Muskoka Kills Drap r II v. A. Cliff >rd 

lusquash, WO St. John N BiL D. Carman 

Musqiioh t Uar.,WO Halifax N Si James Gardner 

Mui-selbnr^ Mornington Geo. Shearer 

Mvrehall... ITyendii.aga Mrs J. Ilirris 

Myrtle Whitby O Ru en Hurl bur 

Mystic Mi.si-quoi Q C. J. Phelps 

Narkiwick. W .... York N B Wm. fl. Clark 

V*iK - "UV9r ....BC James Haney 
Williams, East... 0, \r.h. Bell 

\\alp-.le C. K. Bourne 

Niii thumb. . . . N Bj Arch. Campbell 

Richmond OjGil ^rt liogart 

Cimden. Kast ... OH. M. Wright 

M- ; calfe < John Arthurs 

\apierville Q I.ucl.-n I ube 

Nappan. W JCumherlarid .. N S S .I Freeniaa 

(Adelaide .Thomas Jury 

Narrows Queen s N B Henry Tudd 

NashwHitk, W Yoik N B James Youna; 

.-, WO... York N B Peter M<-Frlane 

\shwak Vil., W York N B John L. Flet.-her 

PfaiKiigiweya, Nassigiweya O f K. Easterbrook 

\avan Cumberland M. O Meara 

Necum Tench, W 0. JHilifax N S Wm. Smith 

Negnac/W Northumberl d N B David Petriu 



Ninaimo 



pun, WO 
)>nnr.e 
N apinee Mills 



Nei^ette 

Nelson .................. 

Nenxgh ............... 

Netberhy ..... . ...... 



Nevis .................. 

New Aberdeen . ... 

.NVw Albany. W O... 
New Annan, WO ... 
Newark ............... 

New IV.n^o 
\ewbliss 



Riraouski Q 



N-lsou I). W. Springer 



Norinanbv 

llumburstone ... 



F. X. Gagnier 



I hos. 
Lewis 



Normanby 



Colch 



0... 



NVwboi ne ............ 

Newbridge ............ 

New Bridie. W ... 



New Cal ^Irmia, W 
New Ciinpbnltoii .... 
New Oaoann.W .. 
N.-w Canada, WO... 
New Carlisle 



. Winkle.r 
J Greeuahields 
Waterloo. South. Win. Key 



Annapolis N S 



er N S 



Norwich. N 

i loueester N U 

Kitley O 

Crosby. North ... 

Butard < 

Uowi.-k 



Invi-ruews N 8 

n. ICat-t ... 



Cnrl>-ton 
Mosa 



N B 

... O 

Hilifax N S 

Victoria N S 

Queen s N H 

Lunetihurg N S 

Ronaventure Q 



Albert 0.1 ks 

fllVIU Bell 

II Henderson 
.lames Kerr 
John Kdaar 
ThoK. Webster 
.lames L> tie 
. ames Tar.-on 
DonaU M L .rd 
Kobert El .pe 
H. M-Kino,.y 
Chos. Kobinson 
John llattee 
(l. Ompivll.j 
Lewis Keith 
J. Mailer 
M. Caldwell 



*t?to<xu&e .Clnrke 0, Hiram H"dges 

Ximviatlf. j NortbqiDtr f I d N B S Johnston 

Newcastle Br., W Quei-n s N If I P. Yfomin 

NewcastN O.. W Qnwn li N B G. D. lUiley 

N-wcomhCor , W o H-ilitai N Sj-lohn liarron 

N-w Cornwall, W Lunei.burs ... N S S. 10 Hal I more 



*ew Dublin. 

\f.iv D/i iflf 

New Durh-<in 

* Vew Elntb D tjh ... 
Nr v Gaiiloch. WO.. 



Rlisabe htowu ... J. A. H:o*nt- 

Wilmot OS. P. Bowiu.n 

Hit- ford O 

Gloucester 0, J. W. Proctor 



New Germany, WO Lunenbnrg ... N SjWm. Nic 
SewGlistrow: iTerrebonue ..... Q .limes Fu 



IMctou N S.John M-Pli-rson 

Nich , Is 
Furse 

G Htgtno Pi.-rou N S William Fraser 

.V-jo Ham i irff Wilmot OlO. Ernst 

N ;w il.irbour W 0. Guy*borougb. N SiDani-1 Kirby 

New Horu.n, W 0... i Mb -rt ... N B 1 Mrin-r llannon 

Newiii.-t.on Osn ibruck OF. Jonline 

New I r land Megsinl.ic Q , R. O. Kortcr 

New Ireland W 0... Mbert N B John Carrens 

N.Ireland Road. WO Albert N B M inus McFadd e 

Vew Jerusalem, WO Queen s N B umiu l M >hiHxl_ 

N-iw Urig. WO Pictou N S Hubert M)Leod 

New Uveipoul 



Loris Q Dumase Kubtti { 



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[1873. 



POST OFFICE. 


TP. i ELECTORAL CO. 


POS1MA.STER. 


POST OFFICE. 


TP. & ELECTORAL CO. POSTMASTER. 


New Lowell 




P. Patton 
William Hoe 
Lewis Fisher 
D. McAllister 
Geo. E Slroug 
Colin Milloy 
C. Desforgos 
J. F. Cochrau 
James Brown 
J. W. Allison 
Philip Hamon 
J. L. Sweet 
Richard Brash 
J. E. Knight 
Thos. Currie 
John Pratt 
; Daniel Falconer 

W. W. Cummer 
Jas. Creelmau 
J. R. IIipwi-11 
J. B Pearce 
Thos McBain 
C. Sabeans 

A. Moorehouse 
Robert Warren 
D. Nicholls 

Mi=s M. Chillas 
John Nicol 
Charles Berteaux 
John McDonald 
Thad. Allison 
Robert Johneon 
John Morwood 
E. Thompson 
John Shaw 
Joseph Howes 
.lames Brown 
Wm. Munsie 
Osmond O Brien 
Samuel McLellan 
Mex. Doug a* 
A. A McL.-uulin 
J. W. Sh"ppard 
Mrs. Mary Hoy 
Aaron Tompkins 
Jlin Chapman 
Wm ShirK-y 
Geo M. KraHer 
I) Mc-Jarro! 
R Casement 
John Rose 
A. R. Greenwood 
Jas; llutchinson 
G. McDonald 
Jonathan Weltoo 

Joseph Turcot 
K Dickenton 
Hirnin Scott 
Patrick Blais 
B. LeBaron 
W. McllalTey 
David Deivar 

Wm. Foter 
Charles Ledair 
James CleHnd 
Wm. Bennett 
Thos. Cole 
1 eti-rMcDonough 
Mrs. M. McQueen 
V. Barnes 
W. II. Morden 
Charles McNiel 
Wm. E. WagstafT 
Jeremiah Taylor 
W. II. Higgins 
Henry Blair 
Mary McKenzie 
P. Hopkins 
X. Nelson 

G. E. Richards 


North Shore, W .. 
North Shore, W 0... 
N.S Bas R Den isWO 
North Stanbridge.... 
North Stoke 


Cumberland... N S 
Victoria N S 


D. McKiouon 
D. Mi Donald 
Male. 1m McNiel 
A. M Stone 
F. H. Lothrop 
An; Audette 
S Sweet 
John Forbes 
A. Pritchard 
G. K. Ball 
Ed. Sinclair 
Daniel Noonan 
Wm. Gordon 
Joseph S. Kyle 
John Hayes 
Wm. Dinuigan 
Wm. Cox 
JOK. D. Baxter 
William Clay 
James Smith 
Gilbert Moore 
J. A. Butterfield 
Peter Kennedy 
Miss A. Michaud 
Andrew Melville 
Archd. Kerr 
T. B. Derick 
David Nutt 

Mrs. F. Laurie 
Samuel Lapp 
Wm. McCan 
John Toyne 
J. L. Flewelltog 
Alex. Davidson 
William Clarke 
E. Curtis 
R. Balmer 
R. P. Butler 
Wm. Carrick 
P. S. Timmerman 
John G. Quarry 
Thos. Anthony 
John McDonald 
James Keating 
C Cliauretts 
Eben. Archibald 

Robert Mosey 
John C. Fox 
Wm. Tilley 
Thomas Little 
Robert Grandy 

Henry Dunham 

J.T. MutchmSre 
Albert U. Smith 
W. S. Buckwell 
Walton Smith 

Guy Leslie 
J. G. Orchard 
Wesley Bingham 
II. Mc Hxrry 
Ira Morgan 
R. N. Walsh 
J, R. McPherson 
J. L. Tucker 
D. Sutherland 
Alex. McLaren 
Adam J. Bator 
David Smith 
Hm. Symon 
A. McN. Travlg 
G. S. McPherson 

G. P. Baker 
Edmund Savage 
John Mather 
Wm. F. Kay 
Thomas Kinny 
Robert Scott 
David Smith 
S. D. Fox 
John G. Francis 




Whitchurch 
York N B 


New M.ir.vland, W 
New Mills 


Inverness N S 


tte.stittouche ... N B 
King s N S 




New Minus, W .... 
Newport 


Richmond Q 


Bnntfwd 


Shefford Q 


Newport 




North Sufton 
jV irt.k Sydney 


Brome (i 
Cape Breton.... N S 
Ottawa Q 


Jfewptrt 
Newport Cor., W . 
Newport Landing... 
Newport I oim 
Newport Station . . . 
New Richmond 
New Rirer, W U .... 
New R. ss 


Hants N S 
Hants N S 
Hants N S 


North Wakefield 
N. W. Arm, W ... 
N. W. Bridge. W 0. 
N. W. COVH, W .... 
North Wllliamsburg 
North Winchester... 
Norton, WO 


Cape Breton... N S 
Nor thumb N B 
Lunenburg.... N S 
Williamsburg.... 
Winchester O 


G.ispe Q 
Hants N S 


Bonaventure Q 
Charlotte ...... N 1! 
Matilda 
Lunenburg ... N S 
Elma 
Yarmouth 


Kind s N B 


Norton Creek 
Norton Dale. W ... 
Norton Station 


Ch.it-auguay Q 
York N B 


Nowry 
NSW carnni 


King s N B 


Newton B-ook 
Newton Mills, W 0. 
Newton Robinson ... 
Jfewtown, W O 
New Town, W 
New Tusket, WO... 
New Westminster. . 
New Zealand, WO... 
* Niagara.- 
Nicholl s Cor., W 0.. 
Nicola Lake 
Nicolct 


York 




Colchester N S 


Norway .. 


York 


Tecumseth 
King s N B 




Norwich, North, 


*Nrwood 


Guysborough, N S 
Dieby .... N S 


Notfield 
Notre Dainedu Por. 
Nottawa 


Kenyon 
Temisconata Q 
Nottawasaga 
Bonaver.ture ... Q 
Missisquoi Q 
Missisquoi Q 
Charlotte N B 


N. Westminster B C 
York N B 
Niagara 
Annapolis N S 




Noyan 
Nutt s Corners 
Oak Bay, WO 


Yale B C 

Nicolet . Q 


Oakfield W 


Halifax N S 


Nicoliton 


Essa 


Oak Hill .. 


Laxton . . 


Nictaux Falls, W - 
Niel u Uarbjur, W 
Niely Road 


Annapolis N S 


Oak Hill, W 


Charlotte N B 
Oakland 


Victoria N S 
King s N S 




Oak Point, W 
Oak Point W 


King s .. N B 


Nile 




Northumb N B 
Marquette M 


Nilestown 


Dorchester,North 
Hants N S 


Oak Point 


Nine Mile Riv.,W 0. 
Nipisbingan 


Oak Ridges 


Whitchureh 
Trafalgar 


Dist. of Nipissing, o 
Nissouri, East ... 
North Easthcpe, 
King 


*0a.kville 








Nithburg 


Oban . ... 


Sarnia .... 


Nobletou. 


* Odessa 


l-.niTtstown 

Stephen 


Noel W 


Hants N S 


Off a 


Noel Shore, WO 
Norham 


Hints N S 


0"-ilvie. W 


Kind s N S 


I eicv i> 
L-xt on 


Ohio. W 




*0il Sprittos 


KniiKkilli Q 




Cli.irlottevilie ... 




i w. M-itmtains . Q 
Colchester N S 
Halifax N S 




Old Tiarns. W 
Oldharn, W 

01*1 MoutrOre 


Northampton, W . 


Car let on N B 




North Bristol 
N. Brookfield, W 0.. 
North Bruce 




01 iu da 


i > f 11 


Quwen s N S 
lirnr-c 


Olinville. W 


Que. n s N B 


Tial al r nr . . 








Emily 


N.E.B..M.rjareeWO 
N, E. Harbour, W 
N. Esk Boom, W 0. 
Northlieid 
Northtield, W 
NorthfieUI, WO 
North iJo- i ^etowu... 
North Glantbrd . .. 


Inverness N S 
Sllelbiirue N S 
North umb N B 


Omineca 


Cuviboo .. B C 


150 Mile House 
Oneida 


Carilnx) B C 
Oneida 


Corn-Hull 
Sunlmry N B 
Luuenburg ... N S 
Chitteaaguay Q 
tt Ian ford 
North Gower 
Wolfe Q 


Ougley .. 


Brighton 








I ontiac Q 


Onslow, W . .. 


Colchester N S 
Gtirafraxa 






North Ham 


Orchard 
*Orillia 


Ejjremout 
Orillia 


North Hatley 
North Joggins,W 
North Keppel 


Stanstead Q 


Westmorland, N B 


Orleans 
Ormond 


Gloucester, North 
Winchester 
Chateauguay Q 
Suubury N B 


North Lake, W ... 
North Lake, W ... 
North Lancaster 
Nortli Mountain .... 
N. Mountain, W 0... 
North Nation Mills . 
North Onslow... . 


Westmorland, N B 
York N B 


Ontu&own 




Lancaster 


*Onmo 

Orwell 


Clarke 
Yarmouth 


King s N S 


Osceola .... 




i Ittawa . y 




0<goode 






Whitby 


North 1 elham 


Pelhatn . 




Krin 


North Pinnacle 
Nyrlk Purl 


Misisquoi Q 
Sophia-^burg o 
Dighy N S 




King s NB 




ttnuiskillen 
Queen s N B 


N. Rangs Cor., W 0. 
North Kidge 


Otnabcg, W 


Qosfield . . . 


* Ottawa 


Nepean 


North River, WO... 
North River, W 0... 
N. River Bri ige.W 
N. River Bridge,WO 
N.Riv.Platform.W 
North Salem, WO... 
N.Se.Erltown,W 
North Seneca 


Westmorland, N B 
Colchester .... N S 
Colchester N S 
Victoria N S 


Otter Creek 


Carrick 




Poutiac Q 


Otterville 


Norwich, South, 
Chatham 




Westmorland, N B 
Hants N S 


Oustic .... . ... 






Brant 


Colchester N S 
Seneca . ... 




Cainden, .East ... O 
Sydenhaia 





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TP. t ELECTORAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


TP. t ELECTORAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 




Keppel 


John P Benwell . 
II. J. Smith 
Wm. Garbutt 
Chas. Jones, jun, 
Andrew Holmes 
Robert .Tison 
James W. Carr 
Jacob J. Poaps 
J. Huggiird 
James Saunders 
Alex. Fowler 
II. M Switzer 
George West 

fleo. W. Eaton 
Ilonore Landry 
James Ring 
F. S. McKay 
F. Paquette 
W. H Troop 
John Griffith 
Geo. Stanton 
M. X. Carr 

Thomas Miller 
Wm. Simpson 
John Noble 
Thomas Walker 

DavM Griffith 
.tohn W. Jenks 
Wm. Grant 
John McClellanil 
D. Bisson 
W. C. Patterson 
Nelson White 
Walton R. Kiiid 
John Milburn 
Jas. Brians 
Chas. A. Harmon 
Robt. Dickson 
Geo. Johnson 
W. Crooks 
Wm. Watt 
Alex. Moffatt 
Henry Moffatt 
.1 S. barling 
\^m Miller 
Jesse Prescott 
John B. Young 
George Morton 
George Ford 
h . T. Turner 
J. E. Tuzo 
John Irwin 
K. West 
John Freney 
H. W. Perrett 
Calvin 1 err.y 
R. Elders 
R. A Corbet 
Thomas Cairns 
James Bishop 
Solomon Devine 
II. C. Rogers 
.lohn Krnst 
Wm. Jarvis 
Timothy M.iiont- 
A. Hamilton 
Thos Bunston 
W. W. Price. 
George M. Jean 
lohn Smith 
R. [Icikm m 
John MacNider 
P. Barclay 
Alfred Knight 
Alex. Morrison 
Robert II. Pltitt 
D. T. R. Nye 
G. C. Doering 
George B own 
Eliza. Whitney 

Alex. Mt-Plnil 
Jas. McDouald 


Pierreville 


Yamaska . ... 


II. Pitt 
Henry Vassal 
Noah Sager 
,1. M. House 
A. L. Taylor 
John Barker 
A. L. Gooderham 
C. Randall 
D. McDermid 
I. P. Pineo 
Samuel A. Kfng 

J. Hartley 
Thos. Galbrarth 
Daniel Root 
Wm. Pitt, sen 
K. N. Gould 
A. Sutherland 
Henry Smith 
John Smart 
G.C. Mills 
John Sutherland 
Wm. Morgan 
James Smart 
Jos. M Freeman 
Leslie M. Craig 
L>(iia Alguire 
Deuis Mci.ratb, 
Thos. Maher 

llalph Diher 
F. Armstrong 
M. P. Hogan 
Niel Gillis 
A McLean 
0. Savard 
Arch. Cameron 
N. G. Foot 
A. Lauioureaux 
Narcis.se Ulais 
L. B. Daoust 
Alex. Chisholm 
W. Hannington 
Louis Corneau, jr 
Louis Krnst 
A. St. Denis 
Charles Kavs 
Peter Stewart 
Hugh Mclnnls 
James Scott 
Joseph Angfi 
Thos. Akin 
Geo. Packwood 
G. A. Ostrarirfer 
Gideon Vernon 
Moses Poal 
Benj. K. Culpitts 

William Purely 

Mrs.M.Chithorm 
A. S. Gray 
Jas. L Hallefy 
J. B Besner 
A J. Lefrenlero 
Thos. Lariviere 
.lames Faulkner 
Charles Beck 
Joseph Aul.e 
David Tai- 
Micli-tel Doherty 

John Aiuey 
I hirles Mair 
Alex. Mel) rmitt 
Thos. Hawkins 
Rotx-rt Davison 
Daniel Giddeuca 
W. McLaren 
T. Thompsi n 
Thos. Pilcher 
Miss M i; utilter 
B. II Johnston 
L. G. Carter 
Robert Cotton 
Rictiard Wood 


Oxford W 


Cumberland... N S 
Oxford, East 
Oxford ....... 








Oxford Mills . . 


Pigeon Lake Uarquntte M 


Oxford Station .. .. 


Oxford 


Pike River Missisquoi Q 
Pinedsle Tirock O 


OxUy 

Oyster Ponds, W 0.. 
Oznabru^ck Centre... 
Painswick 


Colchester 
Guysborough, N S 
Ox.nabruck 
Innisfll 


Pine Grove 
Pine Orchard 


Vaugban 
Whitchurch 
Huron 
Kina s N S 


Pine River 

Pinm Village 


Klderslie 






Pinkerton 






Trafalgar ... 


Piopolis 


Compton Q 




Marquette M 


Pirate Harbor 


Guysboro N S 
st. John N B 




Albion ... 




Palmer s Road. W 
Palmerstou, WO ... 


King s N S 


Pittsferry 


Pittsburgh 
Edwardsburg ... 
Thurlow 


Kent N B 


Pittston 


Fitzroy 


Plsiufield 




Ottawa ... . 


riainfield, WO 
Plnntagenet 


Pictou N S 






Plantagenet, N., 
Blenheim ...... 


Paradise L.-xue, W 0., 


Annapolis N S 
Hincbinbrookw, 
Dumfries, South, 
Dumfries, South, 
Peel 


Plattsville 




But hurst 




Pleasant Bav, W . 
Pleasant Hill . . . 


Inverness .. . . N S 




Walsiugbam 
Charlotte X R 
Queen s N S 


Parker 


Pleasant Kidge. W 
Pleasant River, W 
Pleasant Valley, WO 
Plum Hollow 
Plymouth, W 
Pockmouche. W 0... 
Pockshaw W 0. ... 


Parker s Cove, W 


Annapolis .... N S 


Arnab-1 


Di by N S 


Park Hill 


West Williams... 
Lotbiniere Q 


Bastard 
Yarmouth N S 
Gloucester N B 
Gloucester X B 
Bertie 




Park s Creek 


Lig:ir M 
S.Frederickstmrg O 
Cumberland... N S 
Cumberland... N S 
MoDougall 
Bonaveuture Q 
Vaugban 






Parrsboro Shore,WO 
Parry bound 


Point Alexander 
Point Bruley, W 0... 
Poiut Clear, W 0. ... 
Pointe k Pic (sub)... 
Pointe au B"U!KIU 
Pointe au Cheue . . 


Rulph 

Colchester N S 


Victoria N S 


Pattfrsnn 


Charlevoix Q 


Patterson Set., W 
Paudash 


Sunbury N 1! 
Cardiff 
Sullivan 




\l/~ ellteuil Q 


Pointe aux Pius 
Pointe aux Trembles 
Pointe aux Trembles 
Pointe Claire 


Park o 


Poarceton 


Missiscjuoi Q 


Hochelaga Q 


Peel, W 


Carleton NB 
Luther 


Portneuf Q 




JacquesCartier... Q 
Provencher M 


Pefferlaw 


Georgina 


Pointe du Chene . ... 
Point duChene.WO 
Pointe du Lac 


Peggy s Cove 


Halifax ... JJ S 


Westmorland.. N B 
St. Maurice Q 
Sarnia 


Pembina 


Provencher M 
Pembroke 


*Pembroke 


Pointe Edward 


Pendleton 


Plantagenet, S., 
Tiny 


Point Fortune 


Vaudreuil . Q 


*Penetanyuishene ... 
Peniusula-Gaspo 
Pennfield, WO 
Pennfield Kidge,WO 
Penobsquis 


Point Kaye 


Mouck 


Gsspe Q 


Point la Nim, W ... 
Point of Cape, W . 
Point Petre .... 


Restigouche... N B 
Antigonishe... N S 
Athol 


Charlotte N B 

Charlotte N B 
King s i... Jf B 


Point Platon 


Lotbiniere. . . Q 


Pentland 


Pilkington 
IVcumseth 
Gaspe Q 


*Pdnt St. Charles... 
Point St Peter 


JacquesCartier... Q 


Penville 




Point Traverse 
Poiut Wolf, W .... 
Poland . . 


Mir\burgh 
Albert N B 


Perch Station 


^arnia. ... . 


Ptreaux, W 


Kind s N S 




Perkins * 


Ottawa 


Pollett River, W 0... 
Pomeroy Ridge, W 
Pomona 


Westmi rland.. > T B 
Charlotte N B 


Perretton 


Westmeath O 
Compton 


Perry boro 


Glenel" 


Perry Settlement WO 
Perrytown 


Kind s N B 


Pomquet Chapel.W 
Poniquet Forks, WO 
Ponds, Wo 


Antigonishe ... N S 
Antigonlshe ... N S 
Pictou . N S 


flop^ o 


* Perth 


Orumrnond ... 


Perth, WO 


Victoria N B 


Pousouhy 


Pilkington. 


Petawawa 
Petersburg 


Petawawa 
N Monachal! ... 
Wilinot ... . O 


Pont Chateau 


Soulanges Q 


Pt. do Maskinouge... 
Pont Rouge 


Maskimmge Q 


Peterson 


Minden 


I oodiac W . 


Kind s N B 


Petemvjlle, WO 
Petersville Ch., W 
Pethertou 


Queen s N B 


Poolp, 


Mornington 
tllnm-nster N B 
Marquette AI 


Queen s N B 


Poplar Grove, W 
Poplar Point . . . 


Arthur o 


Ptlitcndiac 


We.-.t nidi-land.. N B 
Richmond N S 
Digby N S 


Poqilio-k W O . 


York JJ ]J 


Petite do Grat, W 
Petite Passage W 0. 
Petite Riv. Br., W 
Petit Metis 


Port Acadie. W ... 
"PortagcduFurt 
Portage 1* Prairie ... 
Portage River. W 0. 
Port Albert 
IVrtapique, W .... 
I ortapique Mt . W 
Port au Persil 
Port Bruce 
Port Harwell 
Port Caledonia, W 
Purl darling 
*Purt Collmrnf. 
I ort Credit 


Yarmouth N S 
Pontiac Q 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Rimouski Q 
Knniskillen 
Portland . 


Northumberl d-N B 
Ashfield 
Colchester N S 
Colchester N S 
Oharle.voix Q 
Malahide 
Bayham 
Cape Breton... N S 

Meilol-il 

Ilnmberstoue ... 


*Petroteu 


Petworth 


Peveril 


Vaudreuil Q 


Phelpston 


Flos .. o 


PhiUpsburg East .... 
Philipsbnrg West ... 
Philipsville 

*Picton 


MUsisquoi Q 


Wilrnot 


Bastard 
Pickering 
ITMHowi.il fi 


Pictou ! Pictou . .. \ S 


Piedmont Val., W Pictou N S 


*Port Dulli iusie ... 


Grautham O 



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POST OFFICE. 


P. k ELECTORAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST : FICE. 


TP. t ELECT ^RAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 

James Sharp 
George Glover 
Paul Jarvis 
Michael >kelly 
Thomas Moxon 
A. Sutferu 
John II .Ihert 
John C Hinley 
R. Donaldson 
John Morrison 
Wm Urquha.t 
W. S. Brown 
A. MeKenzie 
James Redner 
Hubert Crawford 
Robert. Wilson 
Robt Mahew 
Wm. Mackay 

R. Jardine 
Sydney Osbome 
K. X. O Brien 
Wm. Rhodes 
Simon Lambkin 
P. McLaurin 
Wm. Howard 
J C Vautour 
Urbaiu Brean 

G. K. Foster 
W. II. Butler 
Matt hew Teefy 
Philip Maher 
J. Foot 
R. M. Burgess 
David Kyte 
L. S. Hancock 
Jonas Steele 
A. W. Charlebois 
W. Everett, jun. 
John Rimington 
P. G. St. Pierre 
G. II. Silvester 
D. McDonOd 
Colin McPherfeon 
Geo. H. Bissett 
Alex. McPherson 
J. B. Commeault 
Philip Fulmore 

A. McTntyre 
J Backus 
G. W. Chapman 
Mi -luiel Pugsley 
.loliii U. Giiild 
Donald Stewart 
Mrs. %. Phillips 

Hiram Edgett 

A. Leniay 
Louis Belanger 
Chas. A. Gaudry 
L. A. Ba-ibean 
Kdward Varhon 
John Bt-lleau 
Jas. Mcl herson 
NazaireTetu 
Ri-h.rd Flood 
J. Roberts 
Cheodule Bolduc 
Lemuel Pope 
Wm M. Paul 
Win. H .Men 
A. D. sauHs 
P. Dumouchelle 
Andiew Oliver 
W. C. Thompson 
Gerard J. Nagb 
J. S J. Watson 
A A. Barry 
Win. (J. Kd wards 
Tl irrietCochrane 
W. II. Mclntyre 
Robt. Fraser 


Port Daniel 


Bona venture Q 
^ ood house ... .. 
Westmoreland N B 
A orth Eluisley... <> 
Goderich 


P Sweetman 
David Abel 
James Hamilton 
John K liott 
lames Hendiy 
George Orman 
Stephen Boudrot 
G. B Reid 
Davil March 
Jane Kiderkia 
J G. Me Keen 
Mm.M.BIanqharc 
F. D Tremaine 
Mrs J. Smith 
V. C. Shaver. 
Rohr. W Smart 
L Robertson 
J"ho H. Sewell 
S. S. Scovil 
Nancy II. Snow 

B. B. Carson 

James Moss 
Win. T. Leslie 
V. Coh"on 
Q. B. Hadley 

Chas. Gaulin 
H Gordon 
J G Murray 
James McCoppen 
Miss McLennan 
Robert Abbott 
A. LcBiauce 
Wni. II. Ryerse 
Alex. R Ohiistie 
George McLeod 
Mmuel Payne 
T. Sullivan 

Albert Chase 
K. A. Forsyth 
Denis Kgtm 
D. W. Johnson 
John Dowsley 
Conrad N i-spel 
J. S. Griffin 
1). A. Ghent 
George Dodds 
II II. McCaw 
J .hn Cairns 
Mrs. M. Ambros 
H. C. Fors-, th 
T. W Saunders 
Win. Burrows 
John Booth 
J McConnisky 
John Garland 
Levi Borden 
Tlios. A. Frazer 
W. Lakfl 
Jas. Livingston 
Wm Leslie 
J. M->nhetinick 
B. Kirkpatrick 
P. .. Huot 
D. Thompson 
James Wynn 
Jas. II. Avlward 
D. J. McMasters 

R. Bruce 
George Wall 
Mrs. Miry Still 
John Walsh 
I. llon^berger 
W. .I.Thompson 
Jas. Mcl herson 
Benjamin Lake 
Wm. P. Edwardt 
Wm. Diakiu 
Wm. S pence 
T Cuddaheo 
.losi ph Williams 
John Ratter 
Wm. Reid 


Ravenscliffe 


ChatTev 
N. Gw iliimbury, 

1 HoSHTlOllAt. O 


Port El. in.W 
Port Llmfley 


Ravenswood 


Rawdon iMontcalm Q 


Porter ^ Hill . 


Rawdon, WO | Hints N S 
Raymond Watt. n 


Porter s Lakt, W 0.. 
Port l- elix, W O 
Port George, W 0... 


Halifax N S 
Guysboro N S 
^nuapolis N S 
CUrke 


Reaboro 


Ops .... 


Read 


T^endinaga 
Garafraxa 
Richmond N S 
Richmond N S 
N orthnml.errd.NB 
Richmond N S 
Ameliasburg 
Algoma O 
Vlono O 


Reading 
Rear Black Riv.,WO 
Rr.l,., Sport Mt,WO 
Ked Bank, W 
Red Islands, W O ... 
Rednersville 
lied Rocks 


Port Greville, W 0... 
Port Hastings 
Port Haiul^esUury ... 
Port llond 


Cumberland... N S 
Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 


Pt. Hix.d Island. WO 
Port llo Ver 


Inverness N S 
M tripOSii 


*P</ft H ipr 


Hope 


Port Jolly, W 
Port Lamptou 


Shelburne N P 
S .in bra d 


Kfiif-Tth 


An caster ..... . O 




Ilonon 


Portl.nd 
Port la Tour, W O... 


Ra-tard 
Shelburne N S 
Huntingdon Q 
Sber^rooke O 




Hants .. . N S 


Renous Bridge, W 
Rentou 


\orthumberl d.NB 
Towns-end 
L Assomption Q 
King s N S 


Port Mail land 
Port Matoon, W 0... 
Port Midway 


Queen s N S 


Rhodes, WO 


Queen s N ii 


Port Mul ji ave 


Guysborough, N S 
Nelson 




PlanfaLrenet, S ... 


Richby 




Portueuf Q 


KichUnictn Kent. ~ .- N H 


Port Prrry 
Port, Richmond, WO 

*Pirrt Rowan 


Reach 
i.ichmond N S 
Thyroid 
Walsinaham O 
Wal-ingham 
Richmond N S 
Wood house . . 


tiichibucto Vil., WO 
Richmond Cor., W 


Kent N B 


CrtrMon N B 






Port Royal 
Port Royal, W ... 
Port K verse 


* Hicfimortii Hill 
Richmond Station... 
Rich dTermiuus.WO 
Rich view 




Richmond Q 


Ilalif-ix N S 


Port Severn (sub) .. 


Tay 
Kingston 
Yarmouth 


T"ronto 






*Port Stanley 


Rititjvtnwn 




Portuguese Cove, WO 
Port Union 


Halifax N S 


Ridgeville 


Pelharn 




Port Williams 


Kin^s N S 


Riley Brook, W O... 
Rimington 


Victoria N B 
Madoc 
liimouski Q 


Port UiUiams. Slat. 
Powell 


King s N S 
Huntlev 




Huntingdon Q 
Augusta 
Waterloo, South. 
Halifax N S 




Wl.itchurch 
Hi.ron 


*Pre$cott 




Kiver Beaudette 
Riv. Bourfieoise,W 
KiverCImrlo,W 0... 
River D irid 
River Debert,WO .. 
Kiver de Chute, W 
River Dennis, W 0.. 
River Desert 


Soulanges Q 
Richmond .... N S 


Preston R ,ad, W 




Restigouche... N B 
Y<maska Q 
Colchester N S 
Carleton N B 
Inverness N S 
Ottawa tj 




Mono 


*Prino- A l,ert 
Prince of Wales, W 
Priuceport, W 
Print ti,n 
Prince William, W 
Prospect 
Prospect WO. 


Reach 


St. John N B 


C .Ichester N S 


York ,. N B 


River Gilbert 


Beau -e Q 


B^ckwith 

Halifax N S 


River Hebert, WO... 


Cumberland... N S 
Pictou N S 
Restigouche ... N B 
Cumberland... N S 
Greenock 
Colchester N S 
Albert NB 
Arthur 


Pubnico Beach, W 
Pubnico liar., W O.. 


Shelburne N S 
Yarmouth N S 


River Louison, W O. 


Cumberland... N S 
Cumberland... N S 
Bangor 


Kiversdal-, W 6 ! 
River Side, WO 
Riverstown 


Pugwash River, W 
Purdy 
Purpleville 




Puslinch .. 


Riviere Bois Clair ... 
Riviore des Prairies.. 




Putnam 


Dorchester, N. ... 
St. John N B 
Quebec Q 
Kl/ievir 




Quaco Road, W O ... 
Queensborough 


*Riv dttLoup(en has) 
R.aii, L mp (en haul) 
Riviere la Madaleine 


Ti -miscouata Q 
Maskinouge Q 


Kamouraska Q 
Lancaster 
TemisC iuatft Q 
N. Gwillimbmy. 
Yarmouth ... N S 






Riviere Raisin 
Riv. Troi< Pistoles... 
Roach s Point 


Queensville, W O ... 


Inverness N S 
Cariboo. . . . B r 




Juliette Q 


R ,hert\s I.-land,W 
Roberval 


Raggf-il Head. W 
Raggi d IhUnd, W 


Guvsboro N S 
Shelburne N S 
Whiiby 


Chicontimi Q 


Co npton Q 
Richmond 


Rnblin 


Railron 
Raiuham 
Rainham Centre 


L u. hboro 
Rainham 


Rob Roy 
Ro -belle 


0-prey 
Shetford Q 


Ro -he.ster 
Rockbui-Ti 


Rochester 
Huntingdon Q 








Rx-kford 


Townsend 


Rank in 


Wilberforce 
Carleton Jf B 
Poutiac Q 


Rock t orest 


Sherbrooke . . . . Q 
Brudenell 


Rankin s Mills. W 
Rapi.ls de,s Joachims 
Rathhuro 


Rnr,k Ulmd 
Rockland 
Kockl-ind, WO 
R ockliffe. isnb) 
Rocklin, WO... 


Sranstead Q 
Clarence 
Westmorland.. N B 
Head 

Pictou . ..MS 


Mara 




Rlandf.rd 


. Ratter s Corner.WO 
Ravenna .. 


King s N B 


Cullmgwood 



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87 



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IP. t ELF.CTOBAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 


P08T OFFICE. 


TP. ft ELECTORAL CO. POSTMASTER. 


Rockport 
Rockp >rt W 


Escott 
Westmorland.. N B 
Caled <n 
Beverlpy 


Wm Cornwall 
Rufus Ward 
0. Kirkwood 
B Cornell 
Miss E. M. Evan* 
J. L. Harrison 
Robert Weston 
Aaron Rockwell 
Kobt. Pasmore 
Jas. Bonthron 
A. Mumphrey 

Angus Mi Kay 
A. Adams 
A. H Budd 
I atrick Rogers 

Joseph Me \rdle 
J. K Morris 
1. Brigh-im 
James Cowan 
H Fieldhouae 
Ahnon Almas 
Moses McNeil 
Cor. McKay 
I. G F-rmison 
Geo. Cummin ic 
Mfred Metcaife 
Robt. McFarlaue 
John Stevens 

VIoseS Gingrich 

Elijah Hagar 
B. C (Nrnohan 
David. Stewart 

D G. Ross 
Wm Ditfihburn 
David Cowan 
Adam Del mage 

Hugh Graham 
D Bafhelder 
Wm. M -Lod 
C. E. Spurr 
George Gillesby 
D-ivid West 
John Kelly 
Thos Wallis 
A.T Beauchemit 
R. A. Ki npton 
Chas. W. Estey 
James Ball 
H. I ara.iis 
Mrs. B Wheeler 
W. D. Leslie 
H .Hand Smith 

W. R. Petrie 
O.-rille Turcotte 
John Brown 
Hugh Ruthven 

Joseph Chris te 
n. Allen 

Olile LahVnr 
Anthony Kaiser 

Hey. J.A.. Bureau 

S. Cartier 
J. D. Mt-Cormick 


St. Anicet 


Huntingdon 
Jacques Cartier... 


Q F. S. Bourenault 
Q A. Duenl M.D. 
Q Jos U Marcotte 
Q J Perre 


Ste. Anne. Bout del ?, 
ste. Anne de la Per. 
Ste.Anne des Monts. 
Ste. Anne des Pliins 
Str,.Anne, la P"Cat re 
St Ann s, W 


Rockside 
Rockton . 






Q [lector Granger 
Oj Joseph Dionne 
S M. vicKenzie 
O Mrs. P. K Upper 
Q Pierre Fortitr 
Q Edmond Larue 
Q N. Cartier 
Q 
Q E. Boucher 
Q Abram Titemore 
Q Peter Smith 
Q ; Elie Mart u 
Q P Regnier 
Q Alexis Blais 
Q C. East 

Q Jos. P Gendron 
Q J. R. L Duaine 
Q J. Fauteux 
Q G. Jobin 
Q Euseb. l.slumiere 
Q G L di( Mars, lait 
Q Ernest Leinaire 
Q Pierre Plants 
Q 0. Sal ds 
M Joseph Dubugue 
Q Wm. Murray 
Q Narcisse Rivet 
Q A. P Pare 
Q Guillnu. ("Vepeau 
Q John M icker&th 
Q P. X. Giugraa 
Q 
W. L. Copeland 
Q C. E. Houde 
QiG. A. Giu-anlt 
M Marv -Vlshead 
Q L. C Gauvin 
Q T. Moutminv 
Q J. E. LeBlanc 
Q James Good hue 
Q L V. Rover 
John Stroh 
Q A. Bourque 
Q C Gelinas 
QJM J PMari 
Q Rv.I.II Si Jacques 
Q Jos. E. Paradis 
S Daniel Mosher 
B A. H. Rruuiag 
Q J. Hiiiu-1 
<i P. Tellier , 
Q Jean ( dschena 
Q J. R. Cloutier 
Q P. II. Petit 
Q J. A. Ecremont 
O.C. Fisher 
Q Paschal Dionne 
() J. E Mignanlt 
Q Klzeai Germain 
Q Tcefle Lapaluie 
Q L. Cowu 
Q Emelion Charron 
Q .1 Blain 
Q James Butler 
Q F. Courteiiinnche 

Q P. L. Hudon 1 
Q J. Thenaulc 
Q Jean BiloUeau 
Q Rev M. Lussier 

Q S. B. Warner 
Q <: Dulpe 
S John Matheson 
Q T. Vernor 

Q Uldoric Brunelle 
Simon Lalinisse 
Q Philias (iauthier 
Q, M. Beaudoiu 
Q i Vital Rov 


Rockville, WO 
Rockville. W 
Rockwell Sot., W 0. 


Kind s N B 


Kamouraska 


Yarmouth N S 
Cumberland .. N S 


Gainsborough ... 
Don-hester 


St. Anaelrne 
St. Antoine. Lothi re 
St. Antoiue. Riv.Ric 
st. Antonin 
St. Apolliriaire 
St. Armand Centre . 
S*. Armand Station 






Aldboro ... 








Temiscnuate 
Lotbiniere 


Roger s Hill, W 0... 


Pirtou N S 


Shprbrooke. S . 
Charlotte N B 
Guyxboro N S 


Rolling Dm,W .. 
Romans Valley, \V 




Teinisi oiiata 


St. Atfi<incLss .. . . 


Thervillft... 


Ronald*ay 


Protoi. 
Harwich 


St. Aubert r. Tlt 


St. August in, P rneiif 
St. Augustin.TwoM. 
t. Baruabp, R.Yam. 
St. Barnahe St.Mau. 
*t. Rartheleini 
St. Bi/iln 


Portneuf . .... 


Roii leau liar bom ... 


Harwich O 

Middleton 


Two Mountains.. 
St. Hyaciii hu ... 
St. Maurice 
Berthier 

Portoeuf 


Rosa 


Mn.rav 
South Dumfries, 
Fenelon 






St. Bizile le Grand. 


Charcbly 
Jcilietfp 
Two Mountains.. 
Dorchester 


Rosehall 


TTilliur - n 




St. Berioit 




*t Rernard v 
St. Bonnvenfure 
St. B miface 
Ste. Brigide 
-te.Brigitte d-8 S lts 
St. Rrum 






Rose Vale, WO 


Albert N B 
Dumfries, North, 
Shelhurue...... N S 
Tnurlow 
Cumberland ...N S 
Ross 


Selkirk 
Iberville 
Nico et 


Roseway WO 


Roslin 


Chambly 


Roslin, W 


St. Caiuille 
St. Canute 


Wolfe 
Two Mountains. 
Portueuf 




Ross Corner, W 0... 


King s . ... N S 


St. Casimir 


Humphrey 


St. Catharines, East 
*St. Catharines, Wf.st. 
St. Celestin 




Rossway, W 
Rothav 


Digby N S 
Mtryh- rough ... 
Kin" s N B 


Grantham 


Rothsav W 


St. f f dir , 




Rou- e Hill 




St. Charl-s 
St Ch. de Staobridge 
St. Chas., Riv. Royer 
St. Chas. Riv. Rich u 
St. Ch ri*.fr A rthab ka. 
Ste Claire 
St. Clements 
St. Clet 
Ste. Clo hilde 


Selkirk 




Rouville.. . . Q 


Round lill.W ... 
Round Hill. W ... 


King s N 1? 
Annapolis N S 
Townsend 




St. Hvacinthe ... 
Arthabaska 
Dorchester 
Wellesley 
Soulan ir es 


Rowantnji . ... 


PonMac Q 


Roxburgh, WO 


Albert N B 
St Johns ... Q 


Roxlon Fills 
Roxton Pond 
Royal Road. W ... 
Rugby 


Shefford Q 
She.fford...*. Q 
York N B 


Arthabaska 
Two Mountains.. 
Joliette 
L>iprairie 
Hunts , N 


St. Come 
St. Constant 
St.. Croix. W 


Oro 


Ruisseau desChenes 


Dnimmond Q 
Bouaventure Q 
Ottawa Q 
Sunbury N B 


St. Cr ix, W 


York N 


Rupyrt 


St. Cuthbert 
St Cyriac 




Ruaagornis, W ... 
Rusagoriiis gta.,W 
Russell 


Berthier 


Sunbury N R 


Russ-11 


St. Cvrille 


L Islet 


Ohateauguay .... Q 
D.livn .. ... n 


St. Diimase 


St. Hyacjnthe ... 


Rutherf >rd 


St.Dimie deRrandou 
St Davids 


Ruthv-n OoariMM f> 




Ryckman s Corners.. 
Ryegate 


Birton 
S ndwi. h, Ea<t..*. O 


St. Denis del* Bon tVe 
St. Denis. Riv. Rich. 
St. Didace 




St. Hyaeiutlie ... 
Jlm-kinonge 
Ragot 
Soulanges 


Rylstouti 


Ste. Adele 
St. A"atha 


Te.rrebonne Q 
Wi mot 


St. Dominique 
St. Dom. des edres 
Ste Dorothee 


Sta. A"-athe 


LoMiiniere Q 
Charlevoix Q 


Ste. Agnes 
St. Aiuie 


St. Edouard 
Sr.Kd. le, Kram (aub. 
St. Krtwi.ce 


Napierville 


St. Alban 


Portneuf Q 




St. Albert 


Arthaba^ka Q 


Prud. Lainesse 
K. Luveque 
A. A L. I5rin 
l,eindrn I.eBau 
J. K. Mirtiueau 
Couture 
P. C Marquis 
Jos. A Levis 
G. F Campbell 

Thomas Lamb 

Andrew M .wnt 
F. X J. Ponton 
lOliviur Desilets 


St. Elie 


St Maurve 


St. Alex indre 
St. A extndre 


Kamouraska Q 
Iberville Q 
Yfonr.CHlrn O 


Ste. Elix.abeth 
St. El d 


Joliette 


St Al \H 






St. Al .home Toilette. Q 


Ste. Erne, de Knergie 
St. Kph rein de Trine. 
St. Enhrem d Upton 
St. Esprit 


Joliette 




St. An Ire 


Kamouraska Q 


|{a ot 


St. Andre Avellin... 


Ottawa Q 


Montcalui 
Richmond N 
Beauharnois 




Charlotte N B 
Antigo-iishe ...N S 
Cilc.hester N S 
Arireuteuil Q 
Cornwall 


St Esprit. W 
St. Kt de Beauhar s. 

St. Etienne des Ore, 
St. Eugene ... . 


St. Andrews. W 0... 

St. All Irews, West... 
St. Andrews 
Ste An eln 




ll.iwkesburv. E. 
Two Mountains. 
Beauce 


District of Linear M 
Rinvillo O 


3 . Evar deForoyth 
St. Fabian 


Ste, Au,iele do Laval Nicolet Q 


Riuiouski .. 



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[1873. 



POST OFFICE. 


T M ELECTORAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. TP. & ELECTORAL CO. 


POSTMASTER. 


Ste. Fauiille 


Montinorency Q 
Rimouski Q 


Jos. Fremont 
J. B. LeBel 
Max. Crepeau 
L. J. Frechette 

A. Bhferour 
C. F. Ltponite 
L. Bedard 
F. Vincent 
Felix Bflleau 
Hilairo Poulin 

Emilien Pepin 
0. H. Coutu 
Rev. J.O. Drapeau 
E. C. Boulet 
J. B. Thebault 
L G. A. Legendrr 
M. O Heir 
Godfroi Boileau 
B R. Brien 
Hubert Catellier 
C. Batty 

Wm. McKenzie 
H P. Pare 
L. Chatnpoux 
Ma real Aube 
George Cote 
J. A. Poirier 
II. Mercier 
B. Michaud 
Piarre t afard 
Wm. Gordon 
Joseph Mercier 
Chas. A. Collet 
George Demers 
P. E.Clairoux 
Calixte Dupuia 
Chos. Valiquet 
HI Goulet 
Rev.F.X.Laberge 
Pierre Boucher 
V. Robert 
E. Lafontaine 
E.L. R.C. De.sprei- 
Joseph Goselin 
B. Morin 
F. T. Langevin 
Thos. Howard 
J. L. Wid^man 
James McKay 
J. F. Ecremeat 
,Tos. 0. Poirier 
D. Desroches 
A. Normandin 
L. G. E. GouNt 
I. J. L. Derome 
Louis Gosselin 
P. C Levasseur 
F. X. Lasalle 
F. X. Turcotte 
Marie Fournier 
K. Mircharid 
Isai e SimarJ 
.(oa. B-ichaiid 
John H>we 
VV. A. Osgood 
A. B. Brown 
"iissb AA.Arcand 
Daniel Ethier 
J..hn M- ColI 
Hubert L^may 
.1- scph Collette 
Louis Roberge 
Jos. Racette 
L. St. Antoine 

M. Brochu 
Andrew Irving 
J. AUilet dit Lap. 
X. Lectvallier 
R-iv. E Dufour 
F. X. A. Rivard 
lAidjnr Desil^ts 
\V. D. Kearney 


St. Liboire 


Bagot Q 


J. C. Bachaud 
T. Guernon 
Thomas Garault 
Leandre Yachon 
Nazaire Caron. 
Sam. Hamilton 
James Miller 
Pierre Tanguay 
E Yermette 
Moyse Koy 

A. Plamondon 
J. S. Brine 
F. E. Genest 
G. H. Gatien 
E II. Lalonde 
Leon Sauriol 
Antoine Hebert 
Andr. S. Killen 
J. Berry 
Edward Everett 
Peter M. Nichol 
C. L. Estabrook 
Paul Bertrand 
T. Leveque 
G. E. Bistodeau 
LJB Beanchemin 
E. S. Belleau 
Rv. J.A. Dau nault 
Narcis.se Miville 
Godfroi R.iusaeau 
D. Leonard 
D. Hamelin 
M->rris Scott 
N. Roch 
Joseph Lemaj 

L. Ouellet 
L. Chapedelalne 
Alex Hudon 
B. Chapeleau 
Richard Dyer 
J. McNauiihton 
J. S. Beaudette 
Joseph Guilbault 
Rev. W. Couture 
Francois Lemay 
Joseph Marion 
Wm. Thorn pstn 
0. A. Clement 
0. Rousseau 
R. G. Morrison 
Edward Thomas 
Z. Mayrand 
Fr. Deschene 
Mrs. D Amour 
A. Ganthier 
P. A. Drolet 
F. Fort in 
Thomas Phillips 
Sarah D. Bacon 
B. J. Burtrauii 
John Taylor 
Rev. E. Auclair 
Joseph Frigou 
.Varcisae Fortier 
Mrs. M McDonell 
Ed. Plamondon 
Robert T\re 
Charles Bedard 
Olivier Dupre 
Louis P. Huot 
J. B. Paquette 
A. Morln 
0. Peltier 
E. Belanger 
Ant. Cabin* 
A. E. Leonard 
L. L. J. L iranger 
,f. L. Saucier 
A. Fortier 
Luc L moureux 
Adolphe Lamy 
Antoinw Bernjex 
Alfred Briun 


St. Felicite 


St. Felix de Valois... 


Joliette Q 

Me^antic . . Q 


St. Liu 


L Assomption Q 
Beauharnois Q 
r. Tsint n 


St. Louis deGonzague 
Ste. Louise 


St.Fereol (sub-office) 
St. Fidele 


Montmoroncy ... Q 
Charlevoix. Q 


St Luc . at -TrOiiVfl n 


Ste. Flavie 


Rimouski Q 






St. Fl;tvien 


Lotbiniere Q 




Bellechasse Q 
Dorchester Q 


Ste. Flore 


St. Malachie 

St Malo 


St. Foy 


Quebec Q 


St. Francois, Beauce. 
St. Prang-Ms de Sales 
St. Fran, d Orleans. 
St. Francois du Lac 
St. Franyjjfe 


Beauce Q 


St Marc 




Lavak. Q 


St Marcel 




Montmorency ... Q 
Yatnaska Q 


St. Margaret s Bay... 
Ste. Marguerite 
Ste. Mar. de Monnoir 
Ste. Marthe 


Halifax N S 


Dorchester Q 


Temi^ouata Q 
Montmagny Q 
&ttrc[U6ttd M 


St. Francois.Mount y 
St. FranQiis Xavier. 
St. Frederic 




St. Martin 
St Martine 


Laval Q 

CUateauguay Q 
St. John N B 
St. John N B 




St. Gab de Brandon. 
Sta. Geuvieve 
St. Getrgf. 


Berthier Q 


St. Martins 
St. Martin s. W ... 
Mt. Mary s Bay, W 
*St- Ma/ryt 


JacquesCartier... Q 
Charlotte NB 


Dii liv N S 


St. George, B*aure... 
St. George, Brant ... 
Sjt. Geo.. de Windsor 
St.Geo Channel.W 
St.Ger. deGrantham 
Ste. Gertrude 


Blanchard 


Dumfries, South. 
Richmond Q 


St. Mary s Fer., W 
St. Mathias 


York NB 


Rouville Q 


Richmond NS 
Drumuiond Q 


St. Mathieu 








Nicolet Q 


St. Maurice Forges.. 
St Michel 


St. Maurice Q 
Bellechasse Q 


St. Gervais 


Bellechasse Q 


St. Giles 




St. Micheldes Saints 


St. Gregoire 


Nicolet Q 


Temiscouata Q 
Xico et Q 
.Two Mountains . Q 


St. Gmll me. d Upton 
Ste Ilelene 




Ste. Monique 
St. Monique, Mont 




Ste. Ilelene de Bagot 
St. Helens 


Bigot Q 






Levis Q 


Ste. Henedine 
St. Henri 


Dorchester Q 
Levis Q 


St. Norbert 


Berthier..... Q 


St. Norbert : ... 
St. Octave 

St Ola 


Provincher M 


St. Henri Station ... 
St. Hernias 




Two Mountains.. Q 
Stanstead Q 
Rou villa Q 




St. Hrtrmenegilde ... 
St. IHIaire Station... 
St. Hilsire Village... 
it.Hipp.de Kilkenny 




Kamouraska Q 
Richelieu Q 


St. Ours 


Rouville Q 


St. Pacome 


Kamouraska Q 
Kamouriska Q 
Charlotte N B 


St Paschal 




St. Patrick, W ... 
St. Pat kChan..W 
St. Patrick s Hill ... 
St. Paul d lndustrie 
St. Paul duButon... 
St Paulin 


St. Hubert 


Chainblv . ... Q 




St. H tques 
*8t.HyacMKe 


Bairot ..* Q 
St/llyacinthe ... Q 


Arthabaska Q 
Joliette Q 


St. Irenee 


Montma^ny Q 
Maskiuonge Q 
L Assomption. ... Q 
Ptctou N S 


St. Isidore, Dorch ter 
St: Isidore, Laprairie 
Stives 






St. Paul 1 Hermite... 
St. Paul s, W 
*St. Paul s Bay 


West Nissouri ... 
Woolwich 






St. James 
St. Jacques 
St Jacques la Mill... 
St. Janvier 


Selkirk M 
Montcalm Q 


Nicolet . . . Q 


St. FMer s 
St. Peter s 
St. Philippe 
St. Philippe de Nery 
Ste. Philomene 
St. Pie 
St. Pierre BipMste . 
St. Pierre d 1 Orleans.. 
St. Pierre le^RHcqUf t< 
St Pierre. Mjutmi y 
St Placide 


Richmond N S 
Lisgar M 
Laprairie Q 
Kamouraska Q 
Chateauguay Q 
Rigot Q 


Trrreb >nne Q 


St. JJip.de Monti eal 
St. J Bp. daR Uivill,- 
St.J.Ohr. CkattLVig y 
St. Jean Chry. Levi.- 
Sft.Taan desChaillonw 
St. Jeao de M.atha... 
St. Jean d Orle ins ... 
St. Jean Port Juli... 
*St. Jerome 


Ronville Q 


Ohuteauguay Q 
Lens .. v Q 


Lotbiniere Q 


Montmorency Q 
Nicolet . Q 


.Joliette Q 


Montniorency.... Q 
L tslst Q 
Terrfbonna Q 




Two Mountains... Q 




St. .Joachim 


Montmorency ... Q 
Shefford Q 
St. John N B 
St Johns . Q 


St Prime 




St.Jo.ich. de Shefford 
St. John 

*St. Jnhns, East 






St. Raphael, Kast.... 
St Raphael. West... 
St Raymond , 


Rellerha.sse Q 
Chariot tenburg . 
Portneuf . . Q 


St. Johns, West 
St. Joseph 
St. Joseph, WO 
St. Joseph du Lac ... 
St. Jude 


Thorold 


Beauce Q 
Westmoreland. N B 
Two Mountains.. Q 
St. Hvacinthe ... Q 
Vt rcheres Q 
M VHntic .... Q 


St. Re^i-i 


FT tin tiii -^don O 


Si. Rim! Napierville Q 
St Robert Richfilimi O 


*St. Rock de Qub c 
St.Roch de Richelieu 
St. Roch d^BAulna s 
St. Rochl Achigan... 


Quebec (City) E.. Q 
Richelieu Q 


Ste. Julie 
Ste. Julie de Somer t. 
Ste. Julienne 


L Met Q 




L Assomption Q 




Maskinonge Q 


Ste.Junt.de Newton 
St. Lambert 
St. Lambert, Mout l. 
St. Laure td Orleans 
St. Laurent, Mont l. 
St. Lazare 
St. Leon 


Ste. Rosalie 
Ste Rose 


Bigot Q 
Laval Q 


Levis- Q 
Chambly Q 




Terrebonne Q 
Quebec Q 


Montmorency Q 
.Jacques Cartier... Q 
Belle ",hasse Q 
Maskinong6 Q 
Vicolnt Q 
Victoria N B 


St. Sauveurd". Quebec 
Str,. Schnlasti jtte, 
St SSbastien 


Two Mountains.. Q 
(bcrville Q 


St. Severe 
St. Sim. de Kimomki 
St.Siiuon deYauias a 


St. Maurice Q 


St. Leonard 
St. Leonards, W 0... 


Bagot ... ... Q 



[392] 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



89 



POST OFFICE. 



Ste. Sophie ............ 

Ste. Sophie de Lac ne 
St. Stanislas ......... 

St. Stanis. de Kostka 
St. Stephen ............ 

St. Sulpice ............ 

St. Sylvester ......... 

St. Sylvester, East... 
St. Theodore ......... 

St.Theod deChertsey 
8te.ncre.<e.de Blrin. 
St. Thomas, East.... 

*St. Thtmas, Wtst... 
St. Tiraothee ......... 

St. Tito ................. 

St.TitedesCaps(ub) 
St. Urbain ......... 

St. TJrbain ............ 

Ste. Ursule ............ 

St. Valentin ............ 

St. Valerien ............ 

St. Vatlier ............ 

Ste. Victoire ........... 

Ste. Victor de Tring 
St. Vim-ent de Paul 
St. Wencetlas ......... 

St. Wil/iams .......... 

St. Zenon ............... 

St. Zephirin ............ 

St. Zotique ............ 

-Sable ..................... 

Sable Kiver, W ... 
Sabrevoia ............... 

Hackvilla ............... 

Saintfield ............... 

Salem .................. 

Salem, W ............ 

Salem. WO ............ 

Salford .................. 

Salisbury ............... 

Salmon Beach, W 
Salmon Creek, TV 
Salmon Hole, W 0... 
Salmon Kiver, W 0.. 
Salmon River, WO. 
Salmon River, W 0.. 
Salmon Kiver, W 0.. 
Salmon Rirer, WO. 
Salmon River, W 0.. 
Salmon R (L. S.) WO 
Salmonville ............ 

Salt Springs, W 0... 
Sambro, W ......... 

Sanborn ............... 

Sand B-ach, W D ... 
Sandfuld ............... 

Saudford ............... 

Sandhill ............... 

Sandhurst ............ 

Sand Point .......... 

Sand Point, W ... 
*Sandwi ch ............ 

Sandy Beach ......... 

Sandy B<>arhes, W 



TP. 4 ELECTORAL CO. POSTMASTER. 

Megantic Q N. A.. Brunet 

Terrebonne Q Ulric Leveque 

Champlain Q A. J. Laeourcien 

Beauharnois Q!OnesimeDorai 

Charlotte X B| James A. Grant 

L Assomption. ... Q Jacques Royal 

Lotbiniere Q John Machell 

Lotbiniere Q George Macrea 

Bacrot Q^ aul Decelle 

VIontcalin Q: Marcel Lepiue 

Terrebonne Qj David Morris 

Joliette ^QJ.loseph Latour 

Yarmouth OJ F. E. Ermatinger 

Beauharnois Qi J. B. Scott 

Champlain QJ 

Montm.jrency .... Q;G. E. Savaugeau 

Chateauguay Q: J. B. Mitthieu 

Oharlevoix Q 0. Gauthier 

Maskinonge Q L. Lupien 

iSt. John s Q J. Molleur. jun. 

Shefford Q P. S. Grandpre 

iBellechasse Q F. Belanger 

| Richelieu Q,C. V. Ooutier 

JBeauce Q.F. Gosselin, jun 

Laval Q 0. Germain, jun 

Nicolet Q F. Therien 

VValsirgbam OjIIt L. Kitchen 

Joliette Q F. M Trudeau 

Yamaska Q Nestor Duguay 

Soulani es Q : 0. F. Prieur 

West Williams ... A. McDonald 

Shelbnrne N 81 

Iberville Q Thomas Jones 



; Westmorland. ..N B 
Reach 

Albert N B 

Cumberland ...N S 
Dereham 



Jos. Dixon 
Donald McKay 
John R Wfcsler 

Joshua Sleeves 
E. Black 
William Boon 



Westmorland... N B 

Gloucester N B]R. Buttemer 

Sunbury N B James Fowler 

Halifax .N S Jacob Sellis 



Albert NB 

St. John NB 

Cape Breton ...N S 

Di*by N S 

Guysboro N S 

Halifax N S 



Guysboro N S 

Chioguaeousy ... 

King s NB 

Halifax N S 

Wolfe Q 



George Keirsteed 
Ed II. Foster 
J. Hnntington 
E. Sbchan 

D. Lavvler 
Ann Gallager 
Tnwmas O Neill 
Simon Plewes 
George McEwen 

E. Smith 
Thos. Hurley, jr 



Yarmouth N S ; Wm. R Pinknej 

Lochiel Mrs. McRae 

Scott Edward Taylor 

( hingiwonsy .... () W. C Hughes 
S.Fredericksburg Win. Hill 
McNab 0; Ed ward Derenzj 



Sandy Point, W ... 
Sarawak ............... 

Sarepta .................. 



Guysboro N S Alex. J. Fox 

Sandwich, West. St. Louis 

G:i--pe Qj Nicholas Bailey 

Halifax N" S Ifaac Cleveland 

Digby N S ! John C. Morse 

Sbelburne N 8 [John Purney 

Sarawak 0! John McKenzie 

Hay Wm. iteynolds 

iSarnia OJ Wm. Murphy 



Saulmervillo, W 0... 
Sault an Kecollet ... 
Sault Ste. Marie ...... 

Savage s Mill ......... 

Saw Mill Creek, WO 
Sawyerville ............ 



Snu :een ............ O Thomas Lee 

Digby ............ N S S. MrCormack 

Q Kd. Dauphin 
Mrs. 1 im 
A. H. Savage 



Algoma ............ 

Q 



Schomltry ............. 

Scone .................. 

Scotch Block ......... 

Scotch Settlem.WO 
Scotch Town, W 0... 
Scotch Village, W 
Scotland ...... . ........ 

Scott s H;iv, \V O ... 
Scovil s Mills, W 



............ . . 

Annapolis ...... N S Kich. Harris 

Compton ............ Q W. S. Srhofidd 

Scarborough ...... O Donald McLean 

King ............... J. McGinnis 



Brant 

Efquesing; 

\Vcstiiu)r!anil...N B 

iQueen s N B 

i Hants N 8 



Thos. Bearman 
Mrs T. Me Call 
\icl McDougall 
John R. Carle 
John T. Cochran 
II. Lyman 



[Oakland (> 

King s N S A. C. Ells 

. t\Vtmorland...NB Alex. McWillian 



POST OFFIC1. 



TP i ELECTORAL CO. 



POblMASTEB. 



Scugog SciiKOg Isaac Firiley 

*Seafo,-th Tuckersmith Samuel Dickson. 



Scat on. . 



York Allan Orr 



Sebringville , Kllice Isaac Bennett 

Second Falls. W 0... Charlotte N B 

Section 7, W Cutribeiland....N 81 

rieeley s Bay Leeds 0|Wm. Coleman 

Seeley s Mills, W King s N B Andrew McAfee 

Sngui n Falls Monteith B. F. Burk 

Selby Richmond David Wartrnan 

Selkirk AValp ..le R. J. VVinyard 

Selniah, W Hants y S Arch. Frame 



S>-lton Howard. 



James Robinson 



.................. Smith ............... Kichard Northey 



Seneca ............. John Scott 



Settrington ............ Charlevoix ......... Q Rev. M E.Roy 

Stve.rn Bridge ......... Morrison .......... J. II Jackson 

Sevigne ............... Ottawa ............... Q Hercule Chenier 

Shag Harbour, W \ Shelburne ....... N S S. W. Nickerson 

Sliakspeare ............ South Easthope . O George Brown 

Shamrock ............. JAdmaston ......... Ol 

Shanick ............... Marmora .......... James Bailey 

Shanklin, WO ...... St John s ...... N B S. J Shanklin 

Shanly .................. iEdwardsburgh... Win. Clark 

Shannon Vale,W Restig.vuche ... N B N. Perrett 
Shannrmvitle ........... Tyendioaga ....... Hiram Ilolden 

Shanty Bay ............ Oro .................. O.Thos. White 

Sharon .................. ;Gwillimbury, E. John J. Stokes 

Sharpton ............... Kingston ......... R. McKechnie 

Shawbridge ........... Terreboune ......... Q William Shaw 

Shawenegan ......... St. Maurice ...... Q J. Defaumiera 

Shea s River, W 0... (Inverness , ..... N S Alex. McDonafd 

S/ie,diac .................. Westmorland... N B A. R Whtldoa 

Shediac Bridgo.W ; Westmorland... N B A. Gallant 
Shediac Road, W : Westmorland..^ B Jas. Rndgeraon 
Sheenborough ........ iPontiac ........... Q T. W Mi-Donald 

Sheet Harbour,WO | Halifax ......... N S Wm. Hall 

Sheffield ............... iBeverley ............ Edwin Bond 

Sheffield ................ i Sunbury ......... NB C.J.Burpee 

Sheffield Acad., W Sunbury ........ N B 

Sheffield Mills, W (King s ............ N S Watson Ells 

Shefford Mountain .. Shefford ............ Q Wm. Saxby 

,Shelburn<j ...... 



Melancthon Edward Berwftk 

Slidhurne Shelburne N S R. R Thomson 

Shelrfon lAdjala M.Webster 

ShepodyRoad, WO [King s N B Jos. Wallace 

* SherbrooJce Sherbrooke Q Samuel J. Foss 

Guysboro N S J II. McDonald 

Trafalgar OJ 

Humberstone ... 0,11. B. Zavifz 



Sheridan 

Sherkston 

Sherrington 

Shetland 



Napierville Q 

Euphemia 



> mond Robert 
Richard Laird 



Shi^awake BODTentnre Q Andrew Young 

Sliikt.-hawk. W ...!Carleton N B Edwin Phillipa 

Shinemicas Bridge . Cumberland... N S ( Jhn Moore 

Ship Harbour, W Halifax N S Charles Df-an 

Shipley | Wallace Edward Br.stow 

Shippi. an [Gloucester NB John D -rron 

Shoolbred Bonaveuture Q Louis Ouellet 



Short Bech, W ... 

Shrewsbury . 

3hr1gley 



Yarmouth N S James Bent 

Argenteuil Q John Chambers 

Melancthon Georse Bailey 

Shtibfnacadit Colchentt-r N S A. Kiikpatrick 

Sbulie, WO Cumberland ... N S: A. W, Grant 

Sierra Cbarlottenburg . C. J. McKea 

Sight Point. W ... | Inverness N S D. McEarben 

Siilery Cove Quebec Q Peter McNi -l 

Sillsville Fredericksburg . Oi Donovan Silli 

Siloani Uxbridge OS. Widrlt-rfield 

Silver Hill Charlotteville ... H. C. Gifford 

Silver Islet Algoma 

Silverstream, W 0... Victoria NB Bte Guimond 

*Simcf>e Woodhouse Henry Mulkina 



Sinffhampton 

Six .Mile Brook. W 
Six Mile Road, W 

Six Portages 

Skipness 

Skye 

Sky Glen, W 

Sle swick 

Sligo 

Smithfield 

Smith-, W 



Smith s Cove. W 0... 
Smith Cretk, W 0... 



Nottawasaga O James Hamilton 

Pictou N S|john McKay 

Cumberland ... N S Albert An,:evine 

Ottawa Q John Snroule 

Amabel Wm. Hall 

Kenyon O J. K. M^KVnzfe 

Inverness N S T. II. Smith 

Caledun Richard J.Evans 

B ighton O S. D. Smith 

Westmorland.. .N B Wm. Hanningtbn 

Digby N S" E. W. Potter 

King s NBiThos. II. Coatea 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1873. 



POST OFP. CE. 



Pdts 

Smith s Mills 

Smith T isvn, W 0... 

Smith urst 

*Smi.t l inil,l", Li.nviln 

Sod i Ore.ik 

Solina 

Som i>-a 



TP. A ELECTORAL "0. 



POSTMASTRR 



-t W 

Soni. rvill -, VV 

Sonora. VV 

Sonya 

Sooke 

Soperton 

*S->n-J 

Southampton W 
S.Bar.it S d R WO 
South Barnstou 

South Ray 

South Bv, WO 

South B.y. W 

South Rolt.on 

South Urm-h. W 
South Br.(Knu )VVO 

South lavuga 

SoutQ Douro 

South Du nmer 

South Durhim 

South East, Pas. WO 

South Elinsley 

South Ely ..." 

South Finch 

SouHi Gloucester ... 

South G >wer 

South iJranbv . 
S. GutS Aun s.WO 

South Ha-n 

South L i Graisse ... 

South l/ike 

S.McU-lHn sM.WO 

South March 

South Middleton ... 
South M .nighau ... 
South Mountain . .. 
South \H!S m. W 

South f! .aivt in, VV 

South Rixt Hi 

S.S.B Riv D;iis VV ) 
S.S. R-ml.-ird .ri. .WO 
S.S.Wvcoco n B WO 

S.S W Mirgaree 

S.W. Mnbou, WO... 

South 7,orra 

Spaffirlton 

Spanish River 

*Sparia 

Spa springs, W ... 



Kind s 
Ctrleton 
Gnysboro 
Reach 
Viin^ouver. . 



Speed side 

Speitclies Cove, VV 

Spen-.-rOo -e 

gpeucer slslaad WO 



Spends Br-Hge 

Sprague s P lint, WO 

Spring Arbour 

Bprtanhrvnk 

Springfield 

8prin,/n."l<l 

SprinrfMd WO 

Springfield WO 

Spring ford 

Spri ighill WO 

Spring Hill, W ... 

Sprin^vale 

Sprin<jvilla 

Springvilltt, W O ... 
Spruce Like. W 0... 

Spry Bay, WO 

Stain. .: 

Staffed 

Stamtor.) 

Stanb il re Ei*t . ... 
Stanbridgfl Station .. 



North Klmsley ... . > James ritiaw, jui. 

Stanstead Q William Knight 

King s N B Daviil Smith 

Minto T B Patterson 

Grimsby R. Thompson 

Cariboo BC 

Darlington P Allin 

Sombra P. Cittauach 

Megantic Q H. Jntras 

V S C. W. Bartaux 
N B Wm. P. Bovr 
N S Jas. M t^utcheon 
... Lewis Hu-per 
BC 

JLansd own Clinton D Sipr 

I Richelieu Q J. 0. Duples is 

[York .V B.Ast D. Brooks 

jCape Breton ... N S laii-s Fraser 

Stanstead Q Fran .is Cooper 

M trysburgh > W. II. SI >au 

Victoria N S Thos Don ivan 

St. John.. v N Bl E. J. Sh -Idou 

Uinme Q J ihn McMinnis 

Colchester N S|0. B. Cox 

Kind s N B Daniel G >dard 

S >uth Cayuga ... O Isaac Frv 

Douro Thos Hanrahan 

Dummer < | Wm. Sp^er 

Dnunmond Q F Pref mtaine 

Halifax N S Mrs L Wil jams 

S >uth Elinsley ... James o Miva 

Shefford Q Ira .limprson 

Finch OJD.G. McMillan 

Osgoode Thimis Stanley 

South Gower .... OJDivid 

Shefford Q Elias Olow 

Victoria N S John Morrison 

Wolfe Q K. S. Dtrche 

Lichiel H R. MacD maid 

Leeds 0,W Birmingham 

^ictou N S Marim Webster 

Mireh Samuel Soisson 

Middleton Robert McKim 

South Monaghan Robt. Waddell 

Mountain John Morrow 

Northumberl d N B John Kain 

I.evis Q Mrs. A. Wwnsley 

Hints N S George Creed 

! Shefford Q Wright Rail 

Inverness N * M. M-Aul-y 

Victoria IV S R McKenzie 

Inverness N S Jrio. McEachern 

Inverness N S 

Inverness N S Allan Mi-Donald 

Zorra East Thomas Cross 

lLoughborough... H Counter 

Algomi W. A Gorrell 

Yarmouth John A. Kakins 

Annapolis N S E. S. Woodbury 

Svdeilham Wm Speedie 

Eramos* James Loughrin 

Digby N S L McKay 

Quebec Q Irs. A. Flanagan 

Cumberland ...N S W. II Bigelow 
Edvvardsburgh ... Mrs. M. Inirie 

Y.le BCj 

King s N B F. D. Gmng 

Walsingham 0, J. VV. Hizen 

East Williams ... O Robert Cowie 
Dorchester, Sou 1 hOVV II Graves 

King s N B VV. II. White 

York N R Jessie Clarke 

Annapolis NSC. Grimm 

Norwich, South . Mrs. S.J Hamilton 

York NBl 

Cumberland ... N S, J. Hewitt 

Walpole Joseph Anderson 

Vorth Monaghan A. Goodtellow 

Pietou NSC A Holmes 

St. John N B John Kelly 

Hilifax N S Hei.rv Leslie 

Hibbert James Hiinilton 

Staffed ti. ChildeVhose 

Stamford OjMrs P. A. Correll 

viissisquoi Q!J. M. Jones 

Missisq.uoi QiBenj. Solby 



| TP. t ELECTORAL 



POST OFFICE. 

Sttnb iry Mis-ixjjoi 

Uandon. j Dorchester 

St infiJd Arthabaska 

Stauhipa Sranstoad 

Stanley WO York N 

Stanley s Mills Chiriguacousy ... 

"Stanttqad Stanstead 

Stanfon Mulrnur 

StHi kay s. VV Queen s N 

iUrnesboro .. Huntingdon 

*Sbii/n,f.r Nottawasaga 

St*^n Mill Vill. WCUKing s N 



POSTMASTER. 



Steela 

.Steep Crunk, W ... 

Steeve s M ,unt. W 



Stella 

SMl irtnn , 

Stevensville , 

Stewartville 

Ste .viacki C. It WO 
Still Water, VV ... 

* Stirling JRiwdou 

SMrton 



Oro 
Guysboro 



N 



Westmorland. N 
Atnherst Island. 



Rertio 
MoN ab .. 

Colchester 
Guysboro 



Stisted 

Stittsville 

Stock lalu 

Stockwell 

Stoco 

Sloddirt s. VVO , 
Stoke Centre .... 

Stoketon 

Stonefield 

Stoneham 



Stony Creek, W 0... 

Stony Point 

Storniont. VV 

Stornoway 

Stottvill"... 



Stowe ... 
Strahane, 



*Stratfard 



Wal-ingham 

Goulburn 

Murray 

Ch-tteauguay ... 

Hunuerford 

Annap >lis ... N 

Ri -hmoud 

Richmond 

Argenteuil 

Quebec 

Siltfleet 

Albert N 

Tilbury, West ... 

Gaysboro N 

Compton 

St. John s 

Whitchurch 

Grey 

Flamboro , West. 

Bav ham 

York 

j South Eischope. 



Q : Porter Bsattie 
Q| 

Q James Huston 
Q David Young 
B | William Plant 
C. Hun-ell 
Q R P Hubbard 
Win. II Beatty 
B S. M. Starkey 
Q C M-unier 
J. II. M.-Keggie 
S II. Pa teison 
0; lohn C Steele 
SjA. Maguire 
B! \mo> Wilson 
O Georgo Wright 
S H. M-Kenxie 
O^Vm T. (louse 
O, Arch, Mclnnes 
S,G. McN aught 
S!W. C. Elliott 
Mrs. A. Judd 
Jos. Saud-.rson 



0,J. S Argue 



Q M Patenoude 

Patrick Murphy 



John St.iddtrt 
Antn"nv Byron 



Q A=a IIa!l 
Q W u. Owens 
Q Wm. Corrigan 
Alv\ G. Jones 



John S^ntt 
FI. Dtfsjardins 
Thos. ( MUward 



Strathal Ian... | East Zorra 



Mwa 



Strathburo . 

Strathnaii-n Sf. Vincent 

*.5 ,ri//trov JAdnlaide .., 

+Skr*ttseiUe ...., [Toronto 

Stromness Sherbrooke 

Strouach Moun.WO Annapolis 



dtnkly . 

Sullivan 

Suraas 

Sii nmerville. W 0.. 
Summer Hill. WO.. 

Summerstowa 

Summerville 

Suulinerville, WO... 

Sunbury 

Sund-rlaud 

Snanidale 

Sussex Corner, W O 
Sussex Portage, WO 

Stiswx Vale 

Sutherland s Cor. ... 
Suiherl ndsMill.W) 
S itherland s R. WO 

S iftnn 

Swan Creek, W ... 
Sweabnrg 



N 



Switzerville 

Svd -nham Place 

S:/dn<>y 

Sidney Minus .. 

Si/lvin . 

Cypher s Covf. W 
Tabucintac. W ... 
Ttbucintac R., W. 



Shefford 

Hilland 

N Westminster B 

Pietou N 

Q leen s N 

Chtrlnttenburg . 

Toronto 

Hants N 

Storrington 

Brock 

Snnnidale 

King s N 

King s N 

Kind s N 

Euphemia 

Pietou N 

Pietou N 

Broine 

S ltibnrv N 

West Oxford 

Mi-sisijuoi 

Ernestown 

Drvwnmoud 

Cap-i Breton... M 
C-tpe Breton... N 
WillUms, West . 

Qiifen s N 

N orth mb rl d. N 
iloucester 



Q Colin \o le 
Q Wrn Burland 
Ed iv. Wheler 
Robt. Ferguson 
\latthew Peebles 
O R. W. Sin nek 
0! George Third 
L T. O Loane 
Op. Bartholomew 
OJIugh MclUe 
J S^|ih Inalis 
H B Mi.-kintosh 
Robert Uraydon 
Albert Benson 
S flen. Str Hi -ch 
Q J ihn Black wood 
Wm. Buchanan 
C 



C. 



Saguenay 

Talbotville Royai ... : S > uthwold 

Tiniio-irtfi Shein^ld 

Tancook Islands, WO Lunenbnrg ... N 
Tanyier I Halifax N 



B James Ktrr 

A J Biker 

William Brien 

S R Sinfird 

J ho Mcltride 

John Jones 

( Alex. Gillespie 

R J ihn Huirmhreys 

B Win S. Teakles 

R II. Uc\T magle 

0,J. VV. M-Kejwn 

S R. nhisholm 

S D. Rti.kin 

Q FI. A Ua-tabrook 

B G. C. Over 

H Flood 

Q C. II. B .right 

o; 

Q Jos Millington 
S R ib -rf Martin 
SI). G Ri.rby 
J ihn Diuson 
B Jac ib Sypaers 
B. Horatio l,ee 
Q r. A. Hirris. 
Q Jos-ph Kadford 
O John Stacy 
J tines Ayl-worth 
S Henry Hutt 
S John Ross. 



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91 



POST OFFICE. 



Tannery West.. 

TapleytowD 

Ta.ru..:. 

Tarbert 

Tatamvgouche 
TatamagoucheM WO 

Tatlock 

Taunton 

Tavistock 

Taylorholme 

Taylor Village. W 

Tay Mills, WO 

Tay Settlement.WO 

Tecumseth 

Tedish, WO 

Teeswater 

Teeterville 

Telfer 

Temperanc.Vale.WO 
Temperaneeville . ... 

Templeton 

Tempo 

Tenecape.WO 

Ten Mile Creek, WO 



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Hoehelaga Q 

Siltfleet 

Arran 

Luther 

Colchester N S 

Colchester N S 

Darling 

Whitby 

South Easthope. 

Gloucester 

Westmorland . N 15 



York 



N B 



York N K 

Teeumseth 



POSTMASTER. 



Pierre Cbicoine 
S. G. Harris 
.John Tobey 
\t. McMmchy 
Root. Purvis, jr 
John Drysdale 
P- ter Gnthrie 
Wm. Willard 
George Matheso 

Charles Taylor 
Wm. San<on, sen 
W. Tomlinson 
I). A. Jones 



Westmorland. N B George K. Mills 

Cnlross OjSamuel Waido 

Windham Oarcy Hooker 

London Adam Twlt er 

York NB R R.Carvell 

King 01 Wil.lam Bruce 

Ottawa QJ James Hagan 



Westminster 

Hants N S 

St. John N B 



Tennant s Cove, WO Kind s NB 

Tennyson 

Terence Bay, W 0... 

Terrebonne 

Tessierville 

Teston 



Drummond 
Halifax v N S 



A. Remey 
Win. Stephens 
John S Parker 
J G. Word.-n 
D. McGregor 
J.W.Shaumwhit 



Terrebonne Q \. M. McKenzie 

Rimouski .Q|J- K. Gettereux 

Vaughan George Wilson 



Teviotdale Minto... 

Teriotdale Sta., W.O C .K-het-te r \. S 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thanet . 



M. G. Miller 



The Range, WO 

Thiers . ... 

Thistletown 

Thomasburg 

Thompsouville 

Thornbrook, W. 0. . 

Thornbury 

Thornby 

Thorndale 

Thome Cent- e 

Thome Town, W 

*T/wrnhiU 

Thornton 

*T/iorold 

Three Brooks, W 
Three Mile PI. W 

*Three Hi.vrs 

Three Sisters, W. 
Thund T Bay 



Thurlow 

*Thurso 

Tiduish. W 

Tidnlsh Bridge, WO Westmorland 



Missouri, East ... N. 0. McCarty 

Camden James Duncan 

Wollaston 0,B. McKilHcan.jr 

Queen s N BJ Robert 

Meg;mtic Q Joachim Delisle 

Ktohicoke RichnnlJohnsto 

Hungerford O John Robertson 

T^cumseth JTSchmietendor 

King s N. B J"hu Huirhson 

Collingwood Thos. McKenny 

Pontlac Q Joseph Hill 

Missouri, West... Thos. Harrison 

Pontiac Q C. A. Smith 

Queen s N B Butler Thnrne 

Vanghan Josiali Purkiss 

Inni-fil John S -ott 

Tborold Jacob Keefer 

Victoria N B 

Hants N S Geo. II. De Wolf, 

Three Rivers Q C. K. Ogdeu 

Cumberland.. .N. SI 

Algoma O C. W. Blackwooi 



Tilbury East 

*Tilsonbu 

Tintern 

TitusvilU 

Tiverton 

Toledo 



Thurlow O Rufua Huutly 

Ottawa Q George EdwaidS 

Cumberland... N SJOMver King 

N B|Wm. Davidson 
Jamns Smith 
fci. D. 



"o c > ff \j 

t 


ff C^l II1"1 I?IIJU . i^ 

Tilbury, East 


wo . . .!. . 


Dereham 
Clinton 
King s N 
Hruce 



Alex. Simpson 

Kitley Mrs C. A McLea 

Toney River, W 0... Pictou N S Alex. An-hibald 

Topping -North Easthope. S Crozier 



Torbay. 
Tormore ... 

* Toronto ... 
Tottenham. 
Tower Hill WO 



Guysboro N S Wm. Webber 

Albion ; 01 

York Joseph Lesslie 

Teeiimseth John Wilson 

Charlotte N B John Irons 

Townsend Centre ... Townsend Hiram Sla j;ht 

Tracadie, WO Gloucester .... N B John Y..ung 

Tracadie Autigonishe... N S H. H. Hirriiigton 

Tracey s Mills, W C<rletou N 1! I-aac Adams 

Tracey Station, WO S ltibury M U D S Duplisoa 

Trafalgar Trifalgtr Junes Appelbe 

Trafalgar. W Halifax N S John Nelson 

Traverston <!leml^ John Trav^rs 

Treadwell rlantagenet, N... J. MeQaiivran 

Trecastle Mirvhoro Junes Shields 

Treinblay Chicoutimi Q Marcel Colt) 

Trenholm Urummond (J Simon Stnvnns 

*Trenlnn Murray (I Jas Camming 

Trois Pistoles Temiscouata Q T. P. IMletier 

Trois Saumona JL Islet Q G. C. Caron 



POST OFFICE. 



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POSTMASTER. 



Tr mt Cove, W ... Diirby N S Jas. Moorhouse 

Trout l,ake j Humphrey George Elliot 

Trout River : Huntingdon Q James Marshall 



Trowbrulge . 

Troy 

Trudell 

Tram 

Tuam 

TuJlamore 

Tuppprville. W ... 
Turtle Crr-ek, W 0... 



Klma O G Code 

Beverley O J> hn R. NefT 

Tilbury, West ... II. Richardson 

Colchester N S Wm. McCully 

Tecumseth P. II Durham 

Toronto Gore .... W. J. H, bin son 
Annapolis .... N S W. P WilU-tt 
Albert N B J. H. Steeves 



Turtle Lake ^Humphrey (I Alexander Ross 

Tuscarora Ouondaga L. Dennis 

TasKet Yarmouth N S J. M Lent 

Pusket Wedge, W I Yarmouth N S M. LeBlauc 

Tweed illungert ord 



Tweedside 



Saltfleet OlT. S Johnson 



Tweedside, W JYork N B John Rutherford 

Seneca 

Dunwich OiMerideth Conn 



Tynesid. 

Tyrcounell 

Tyrone 

Tyrrell 

Hdora , 

Qffinjiton , 

Uffoi-d 

Ulls water 

Ul.ter 

Ulmr on 



Dailington John T Welch 

Townsend famuel Heath 



Scitt 



S Umphiey 



Draper Jihn U h-rty 

Watt H. W. Gill 

George Bnnn 
Georg- Mr Kay 
James Miller 



Watt 

Wa*anosh 

Drurumoud Q 



Umfraville ............ Dungaunon ...... OiD. K.tvanaifh 

Cndcrwood ............ Ifiruce ............... O j. H. Conltard 

Undine, W ......... j Victoria ......... N Kj Alex. L. Watson 

Union ................. lYnrmouth ......... OK K. Jonns 

Union Corner, W 0. jCaileton ...... N B Qharles A Chase 

Union Hill ............ Loiidon ............ John Mossop 

Unionville ............ Markliam ......... George Kakia 

Upbam. WO ......... Kind s ......... NB N. II. Upl.am 

Upper Btydu V WO N|.rth mb rl d. N B Win. Dickens 

Upper Branch, W ] Lunenburg ... N S A Knack 

Up. BuctouchH. W Kent ............ N B Samuel Jf-rway 

Upper Caledonii.WO Hnhfax ......... N S J. D. Cameroa 

Upper Cape, W ... Westmorland. N B| 

Upper Cumquet. WO Gloucester ... N B S. rVirniier 

Upper Ca \vrhi II, WO York ............ N B G. W. Knox 

UpCr.RoadSt M WO Guysboro ...... N S J. A Jordan 

UpperDvkeVil WO King s ......... N S A. Beck with 

uppttr Economy WO (Jolcbester ...... N S J. L. Moore 

Up. Gagetown, W JQueen s ......... N B Thomas Cro Iiers 

Up. G.-isperenux. W Queen s ......... N B Isaac C. Bu pee 

Up. Greenwich. W King s ......... N B Zehulon C.junor 

Up. H:i>nesviil^WO,York ............ NBC. Manuel 

Up. Kenuetcnok.WOj Hants ............ N S JiC >li Ilannegar 

Upper Keot. W ... Carleton ......... N B Alex, llnwthorne 

p> r Knswick, WO Yoik .. ......... N B Jame E. Smith 

UpKeswirk Kid.WO York ............ N B Thomas Cohurn 

Upper La Have, W O Lunenhnrg ... N S Josiah Rud Iph 
UpLoch Lomond. WO St John ......... N B James Koli iison 

U. Mig-t^ii-idvic,WO|York ............ N B Audrew Ray 

fTp[>cr Margaree.WO: Invprness 
C Mauwrville, WO,Sunlniry 
Upper Mills ............ {Charlotte 

Up. Musfjuidobnlt... i Halifax ......... 

Upper Ne. iiac, W JNorth mb rl d. N B Vir H l Alain 
Up. New Hortou.WO Albert ......... N B .Min-r Kei-1 

Upper Newport. WO Hants ............ N S K S Creed 

Upper Peel, W ... GtrletOB ...... N B W. B. Tomkins 

U Qunensbury. WO;Yrk ............ NB IU\MC I arent 

Jpper Rawdon. W Hants ......... N S W Ma-ti-is 

Upper St Bi/il.W Victoria ......... NB H-nry Ga.:non 

Up. St Francis W Victoria. ........ NB Klchard ToMn 

Ip. Sackville. W Westmorland . N B Arthur G. Chase 
Met BaddeckRWO Victoria ......... N S D McMil in 

U Set.B;mie\ sR\VO Pictou ........... N S John MclC-tv 

U. Set. Middle R. WO Victoria ......... N S John McL.-llan 

U. Set R.nennis.WO Inverness ...... N 8 M. McDonald 

U. Set. S mth R WO Antigonishe ... N S C. A. Cameron 
U. fet.Weii Riv.WO Pictou ......... N S D Livingstone 

Jpper Sheffield, WO Sunhury ...... N B W. A. Oarrihon 

J Southampton, WO York ............ N li 

Jpp.T Stowiaeke ... Colchester ...... N S Francis C >x 

Jpptr Waknti- ld ..... Ottawa ......... } Patrick ("irrell 

Jp Wasliahir-k, WO Victoria ......... N S Anjus M L> tiald 

Up cr Wicklow W Carlson ......... N B M. llutc linson 

. Woo.i ll.ir. W O Shelburne ..... NSW II. M. li-son 

Jp. Wood -if, >rk, WO Oarleton ......... N B Win. II. -i/.s-on 

Jpsalquitch, W ... Restigouche ... N B (Ji-orge Cmswell 
Uptergrove ............ Mara ............... Thomas Byrne 



N S John McLennan 

NB 

N B 

N S S. L. TTenry 



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POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


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POSTMASTER. 


Urbani* W 


Hants . N S 


A!ex. Cameron 
Richard Carroll 
Jacob Dafoe 
Thomas Dawson 
Erastus Hanes 
S. Shepherd 
George Wheeler 
Hugh Cooper 
W. F.Vaillnnco rt 
Chas. S. Wolff 
F. X. David 
W. MeCracken 
J. Richardson 
S. Brethour 
L. Paradis. jr. 
M. C. Despocas 
Pierre Bedard 
W. II. Vanatter 
C. F. Holterman 
T. II. Arnell 
J. W. Henderson 
D. McDonnell 
John W. R ibson 
John Vanvlack 

J. Arcbambeault 
Josiah B. Secord 
Francis Eden 
Mark Vasey 
D Brulo 
Jos. Vangban 
James Lowrie 
J. MacDonald 
Thomas Hunter 
Wm. Hames 
John M.icauley 
John McAuley 
Carbv Johnson 
Treffle Lussier 
J. Colling 
Tancred Caya 

D. McDonald 
John R. Ilsley. 
Henry Terry 
Alex. Grant 
Isidore Marcoux 
John Dynes 
Robert Cannon 
James Wilson 
Henry Wooton 
George R. Boyer 
J. M. Ilenny 
James Phair 
John Brown 
John Keen 
Alex. C. Ross 
Daniel V. Ileise 
Samuel Brasher 
Virginie Gagne 
Guill. Lamothe 
Dennis Gallagher 
A. Dupuis 
N. D. D. Bessette 
John McLaren 
W. Brotherston 
P. Laconroiere 
Richard Simpson 
Joseph Leduc 

James L. Hicks 
J. S. Clements 
George D. McCall 
Robt. McCormick 
J. H. R Fayle 
John Teskfiy 
John Gates 
George Grass 

r. W Buck. 

Jas. McLaren 
David J< nkins 
Win. Baker 
Malcolm McLsan 
Henry McAfee 
James Taggart 
M.B. Husstis 


Wallace Bridge, W 


Cumberland ... N S 
Chatham 


Richar.1 J. Scott 
L. H. Johnson 
John McN iel 
David Purdy 
John MeKilJop 
F. B. Prior 
Henry Powell 
Robert Parker 

D.W. McCall 
Thos. P. Walter 
John Landon 
Robert Pattison 
J. W Stephens 
Maurice MeViear 
J. H. Keating 
E. D. Martin 
A. Siapleford 
W. I>. Ilmnmond 
George Wright 
I. Humphries 
Wm G. Deacon 
J. R. Melick. 
C. S Chapman 
Thomas Choat 
E. Frommhagen 
One-iime Tessier. 
John H. Morris 
V. McAlpine 
R. H. Cozzeng 
Wm. Dunn 
C. H. Fanjoy 
J. B Thompson 
David Wilson 

C. Kumpf 
L. W. Wyman 
J. II. Seely 
Thomas Jaccfnes 
Murdo McLeay 
John Mnuro 
John Watson 
R. Rid 
Thomas Moora 
J. Murphy 
M. L. Ketchmn 
J. B.innister 
John Lingley 
Margt. Rnddick 


Usher, W 


Antigonishe ... N S 
R^ach 


Utica 


Wallace Ridge, W 
Wallace River, WO 


Cumberland... N S 
Cumberland ... N S 


Utopia 


Kssi O 


Utterson 


Stephenson 
Plympton 


U toxeter 


Wallbrldge 


Sidney 


*ffxbriiye 


Uxbrid"e 




Wellesley 


Vac-hell 


Georgina 
LTslet Q 


Walmer 




Walpole Island 
Walsh 


Chatham 


Valcirtier 


Quebec Q 


Ohirlntteville ... 
Holland 


Vnl court 
Valentia 


Sheffurd Q 
Mariposa 


Walter s Falls 


Waltham 


P >n tiac Q 


Valetta 


Tilbury, East ... 
Brock 


Walton 


McKillop 


Valloutyna 


Walton 


Hants N S 


Valletort 


Beauce Q 








Beauharnois Q 
Champlain Q 






Valniont 




Shefford Q 


Vanatter 


Gnriifraxa O 


Ward s Creek R. WO 


Kincr s N" Ti 


Vanbrugh 


Sebastopol 


Mosa 


Vandecar 


Oxford, East 


Viiudeleur 


Artemesia 




Percy 


*Vanklr.e.k Hill 
Vanneck 


Hawkesbury W... 
London 








Caistor 


Vanvlack 


Flos 


Warren W 


Cumberland... N S 


Vau Winkle 


Cariboo 1! C 




Varennes 




Wartburg 
Warwick 


Ellice 
Arthabaska Q 


Varna 


Stanley ... . 


Varney 


Normanby 


Vasev 


Tay 


Washademoak, W 


Queen s N B 


Vaudreuil 


Vaudreuil Q 


Orillia 


Vauiihan s, WO 


Hants N S 


Washington 


Blenheim .. . 


Vei hton 


Russell 


Wnterborough, W 




Vellore ... 




Flamboro Kast... 


Venice 


Missisquoi Q 


*Witerfvrd 
* Waterloo E 


Vennachar 
Veno^ta 


Abinger 
Ottawa Q 


Shefford Q 


* Waterloo W 


Waterloo, North, 
Compton Q 


Ventnor 


Edwardsburg ... 
Proton 


Waterville 


Ventry 


Waterville, W 
Waterville, W 
Watford 


Carleton N B 


Vercberes 


Vercheres Q 


Verdun 


Huron 


Warwick 


Verekpr 


Colchester 


Watson s Corners ... 
Watson Settm. W 


Dalhousie 


Vernal, W 


Antigonishe ... N S 


Carleton NB 


Vernon 


Vernun Mines, W 
Vernonvilla 


Kiog s N S 






Huldinifffld O 
Portland 


Waugh s River, W 


Colchester N S 
M;irysburg 
Flos 
Halifax N S 


Verona 


Versailles. 


IhftTvillo . ... O 


Waverley 


Verschoyle iDer^ham O 


Vesta 


Brant 


Waweig, WO.. 


Charlotte .. .N B 


Viears 


Huntingdon Q 


Wiy s Mills 


Stanstead Q 


Victoria 


Victoria B C 


Weaver Settlm. W 
Webber s, W 
Webster s Creek,WO 


Difby N S 


Michael Weaver 
Mrs S A. Webber 
M. Albert 
S. Fontaine 

Chas. Cummins 
Thomas Burgar 
.Samuel Holmes 
John Zoeger 
D Campbell 
W. S. liastedo 
An I. Sherman 
Francis Woods 
Wm. Lamb 
Lemuel T5igney 
K. Marchant 
i horn as. McKte 
Jus. M icdonald 
Martin Duboyce 
Wui. Dunbar 
Terence Curran 
MM. J. McKay 
R. F. Black 
S. L. Himgerfbrd 
An<1Kw Bridge 
Cyril le Vallee 
Allan Lothrop 
Mrs. M. Purdy 
E. Sutherland 

P. Gendreau 
R. B. Currie 
Divij Henderson 
Wm Donahue 
Mrs. IMps 
N. H. Deveber 


Victoria, W 
Tictoria, W 


Carlaton NB 
Cumberland... N S 
Reach 


Annapolis N S 
Victoria N B 


Victoria Corners .... 


Wolfe Q 


Victoria liar.. W 
Victoria Harhour. . . 
Victoria Mims, WO 
Victoria Square 


Kings N S 




Hope . . 


Tay 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Markham 


Wflford W 


Kent N B 


* Wetland 




W llancl Port ... . 




Bayham 


* We/leslsy 


Wellesley 


Viger 


Temiscouata Q 
Arthabasca. . . Q 




Hillier . 


Viger Mines ... . 


* Wellington Square.. 
Wellman s Corners.. 
Wfltford 


Nelson 


Vigo 


Flos 


Village des Aulnaies 
Village Richelieu ... 
Villanova 


L Islet Q 


Queen s N B 


Rouville Q 




Plautagenet, N... 
Cumberland... N S 
Richmond N S 
Saugeen 
Inverness N S 


Townsend 


Wrntworth, W ... 
-West Arichat,WO... 
West Arran 
We, si Bav 
West Bolton 


Villiers 




Viucennes 


Champlain Q 


Vine 


tnnisfil 


Vinoy 


Ottawa Q 


Vinton 


Pontiac Q 


W.B. E.R.Pk-tou,WO 
W.B Nicholas K.WO 
W. B.Riv John, WO 
W.B. Riv. Philip, WO 


Pictou N S 


Violet 


Krnestown . .. 


Kent N B 


Virgil 


Niagara 


Pictou N S 


Vitloria 


Charlotteviile ... 
Whitchurch 


Colchester N S 
Brome Q 


Vivian 


Vogler s Cove, W 
Vroom inton 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Brock 


We y t Brook .. . . 


West Broughton. .... 




Vyner 


Plympton 




Waasis S tat ion, W 
Wab:tshne (sub) . . 


Sunbury N B 
Tay 


West Chester, W 
W. Chester Uk,WO 
Westcock, W. 
West Ditton 


Cumberland... N S 
Cumberland... N S 
Westmoreland N B 
rVim nfon . . . 


Wakened 


Ottawa Q 


Waldemar 


Amaranth 


W.ilts 


Osnabruck 


West Dublin, WO... Lunenburg ... N S 
West Kssa ... . Wisn O 




Brant O 


Walkerville 


Sandwich, East... 
Wallace 


* Wast farnham 
Westfield 


Missisquoi Q 
Wawanosb, East, 
Kind s . .. N B 


Wallace 


Wallace , 


Cumberland... N S 


Westfield. W .., 



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West Flambnro ...... 

WestGlassvi!le,W 
West Gore, W ...... 

West Huntingdon... 
WestHuntley ......... 

West Lake ............ 

West McGillivray ... 
West Magdala ...... 

Westmeath ............ 

West Montrose ...... 

Westmorel d Point. 



West Osgoode . ........ 



Wsstover 

Westport 

Wcstpcrt 

West Potton 
West Qua-o 



TP. 4 ELECTORAL CO. 



POSTM\(-TEK. 



Flainboro , W ... J. B. Irving 

Carletoii N B J. R. Ronald 

Hants N S M. Wallace 

Huntingdon Philip Luke 

Huntley Edward Horan 

Ilallowell Henry Lam Vert 

McGillivray Win. Fras.-r 

Southwold Donald Turner 

Westmeath ( Alex. Fraser 

Woolwich Jacob Benner 

Westmoreland, N BlThos. E. Oulton 
York 0! Robt. Johnston 



Osgoode 



John C. Bower 



Beverley OB Mclntosh 

North Crosby ... John H. Whelan 

Digby N SlJ. Bancroft 

Broine Q M. L. Elkins 

..^.^ ,_ g{ John N B Mr. C. Nugent 

West River j Pictou N S Win. Munro 

West R iver Station.. Pictou N S; W. S Graham 

West,Shefford Shefford Q George Tait 

W. S. Lochabar, WO Antigonishe... N S Alex. Stewart 



Westville Pictou 

*Wesi Winchester Winchester 



N S 




Duncan Balfour 
William Bow 



Westwood Asphodel O Samuel Griffin 

Wexford Scarboro J. T. McBeath 

Weymoath ^Digby N S 

Weymouth Bridge... Digby N S 



Whalen 



Biddulph 



Wheatland Drummond Q 



Wheatlv 
Wheaton Sett. W 



Mersea 



J. H. Milson 
Ed. McCabe 
Geo. Mi idle ton 



White Head, WO ... 
Whitehurst ............ 

White Lake ............ 

White Mud River- 
White Point, WO... 
White Rose. 



Westmoreland, N B A. E. Killam 

Whitby R. H. Lawder 

Guysborough, N SjT- W. Feltmate 
Elizabethtown ... John Brill 

McNab O A. Stirling 

Marquette M Pjter Garrioch 



Queen s N S 

Whitchurch 



J. Challoner 
.Tared Lloyd 



White s Cove, W .. Queen s N B S. V. White 

WkitevaJe Pickering Donald McPb.ee 

Whitfleld Mulmur 0|P. D. Henry 

Whittington Amaranth R. Bowsfield 

Whitton ..., Compton Q Donald Beuton 

Why coco m ayh 
Wiarton 



Inverness N S Peter McDonald 

..., uu Amabel OB. R. Miller 

Wick Brock ( John Chambers 

Wickham, W Queen s N B G. N. Golding 

Wicklow Ilaldimand C. E. Ewing 

Wicklow, W Carleton NB Thos. H. Kstey 

Wickwire Slat. W : Halifax N S Samuel Key 

Widder Bosanquet Oj Adam DufTus 

Widdtr Station Bosanqutt 0;T. Kirkpa trick 

Wilfrid Brock O John Chambers 

Wilkesport iSombra Win Kimball 

Willetsholme Pittsburgh Josiah Abrams 

Williamsdalo, WO... j Cumberland... N S Andrew Taylor 

Williamstown Charlottenburg. McLennan 

Williamstown, W Carleton N B Thomai Lindsay 



Williscroft 

Willowdale 

Willowgrove, W 0... 

Wilmot 

Wilmur 

Wilson s B e ach,W 

Wilton 

Winchelsea 



Elderslie G. Williscroft 

York O 1 Jacob Cumuer 

St. John N B Win. Francis 

Aunapolis N S J. A. Gibbon 

Lougliborough... OJWm. Northy 

Charlotte N B| 

Krnestown Sidney Warner 

Usborue 0;R. .Vliddleton 



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Winchester Winchester C. T. Casselman 

Winchester Springs Williamsburg ... James Greer 

Wiodermere Watt Thomas Aitktn 

Wmdhain Centre ... \Vindham J. Lindaberry 

Windbam Hill, WO Cumberland... N 3, John Brajrg 

* Windsor Sandwich, East, A. H.Wagner 

Windsor, WO Carleton N B.Win. II. Britten 

Windsor Hants N S Peter Burnham 

Windsor Jnnct.W Halifax ...: N S,Wm Rennells 

Windsor Mills Richmond Q C. E. Wurtelle 

Wine Harb mr, W Guynboro N Si 

Wiufield Perl John Hambly 

Winger |Wsinfleet Jacob Winger 

Turnberry OiPeter Fisher 

Wiuona SaltuVvt Joseph Carpenter 

W interbriurnt .Woolwich 0;P. S. Kiltjorne 

Winthrop McKillop Alex. M archie 

Wisljeseh \Vai vv.ck ; Janns Bowes 

Woburn S-arhorough 0:11 M. Campbell 

Wolfe Island , Wolfe Island O lleorae Maloue 

Wolfstown ! Wolfe Q Norbert R .y 

Wolfcillr. King s N S George V. Rsnd 

Wolvertou Blenheim Thos. Dawson 

* Wooduridge jV augban C II. Dunning 

Woodburn Binbrook Wm. Ptolemy 

Woodford Sydenham John Thomson 

Blanchard : Jonathan Shier 

Toronto Gore .... O^Thos. Ward 

Osnabruck OJR. H Stewart 

Westmorland, N B Simon Outhouse 

Megantic Q Thomas Wood 

Maidstone W. S. Lindsay 

Blanlford 



Wood hill .] . . . .. . . . . . . . . 

Woodlands 

Wood Point, W ... 

Woodside 

Woodslee 

* Woodstock 

Woodstock 



Carleton NB 



Woodstock R.St.WO.Cmleton N B 



*Woodville 

Woodville, W , 

Wooler 

W,otton 

Wreck Cove, W .. 

Wright 

*Wroxe,ter 

Wyandot. 

Wyebridge 

* Wyoming 

Yale 

Yamachiche 

Yamaska 

Yarker ;.. 

Ynrm 

Tarmnulh 

Yarmouth Centre .. 

Yelverton 

Yeovil 



G. Alexander 
James G rover 
J. S. Leighton 
John C. Gilehrist 



Kldon >... 

Hants N SlS. Parker 

Murray L. F. Gould 

Wolfe Q Benj. Milette 

Victoria N S John Morrison 

Ottawa Q Joshua Ellard 

Ho wick O^eo. A. Powell 

Maryboro ....:.... J. D Johnson 

Tiny OjD. McGregor 

Plympton John Anderson 

Yale B 

St. Maurice Q Arthur Lacerte 

Yamaska Q L II. Leflenr 

Camden, East ... 0| J. A. Shibley 

Pontittc Q Robt. McJanet 

Yarmouth N S A. J. Hood 

Yarmouth Wm Mann 

Manvers O James A. Curry 

Kgremont Joseph Bunston 

Yoho, W I York N B: Win. A r buckle 

*York iSeneca II. A. Du, gan 

York Mills York OVfm. Hogg 

tork River jFaraday J. C. Georire 

Yiirkville ! York James Dobson 

Young s Cove, W Queen s N B R. Sundgras^ 

Young s Point ^mith Patrick Young 

Zeal.ind Oso Joseph Davis 

Zephyr Scott M N. Dafoe 

Zetland Turnberry L. J. Brace 

Zimmerman .. Nelson Robert Miller 

Xiski JMonck OiW. II Spencer 

Zurich Hay OJ Robert Brown 



INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. 



INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. BEI.LE- 
VILLK. rrfnciihil : W. J. Palmer, M. A., Ph. D.. (late 
Principal ot the, North Carolina Institution for theM>-<af 
and Dumb ani thi Blind). Teachers: J. B. McGann, 
Daniel K. Culemau. M. A , James T. Watson, Samuel T. 
Greene, B.A.. Mrs J. J. G. Terrill, Miss Perry, R. J. Wall- 
bridge. Ir.w.h r of Drawing : Geo. Ackerman. Steward 
and Book-ke.< ir : Angus Christie. Matron: Mrs. M. A. 
Keegan. Physician: Wm. Hope, M.D. Farmer: Philip 
F. Canniff. C arp -ntf.r : Henry Creber. Engineer: Joseph 
8. Middleman. Fm tor* Attendant : D.Sutherland. 

All deaf mute youths of both sexes between the ages of 
seven and nineteen, not being deficient in intellect, and free 
from contagious disease, being residents of the Province of 
Ontario, are admitted into the Institution. 



Th period of education and instruction for any pupil 
do--s not exceed se\en years, and no pupil can remain in 
the Instit itiun after the age of twenty-one, unless under 
special and extraoniinarv circumstances. 

The regular annual School Session commences on the 
first Wednesday in September each year, and continues till 
the last Wednesday in June. No applications for admis 
sion will be received after the first Wednesday in Sept^ 
except in special and extraordinary cases. 

Parents, guardians or friends, who are unable to pay tor 
the board of pupils, must apply to the Councils of the 
county, township, city, town, or incorporated village in 
which they reside. Parents, guardians or friends, who are 
able to pay for the board of pupils, will make direct appli 
cation to the Principal for admission into the Institution. 



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[18T3. 



THE CLERGY OF ONTARIO AND QUEBEC, 

arranged, with their Post Office Address, except in a fe.w instances where the return has been Made with 
the name i if the Congregation (Mucked. Tkis. hmoever, is generally the. same as the address. 
Tlie Oliurtih of Eitgiami in Caiindn. 

BISHOPS OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA! 



Right Rev. F.lwavd Feild. D.D 1844 Newfoundland 

" J. B. Kullv, I) D. (C jtr.; lS;i7 N^vt-mnJl-ind 

" " John Medley, DD 184.1 Fredoricton. 

" < Hihlvrt Kinney, D.D 1851 NttTR Sontta. 

" " G Hills, D D ISfid Columbia. 

" " J. Trovers Lewis, D.D. ... 1862 Ontario. 

DnOK*E 0V MONTREAL. 

Slost iU V. A Ox^ndnn, DD, Lord 

Bishnp uni At .(i-"fn>litan (1869). 

Very Riv W. B. 15 md, LL D , D an. 
Ven.W.T. L-nch. !>. ? L. LL D., Arcfid. 
Yen. K, L lU-dili , M A., Archd. 
Rev. M. s, Btldw ri. M-A., dnnon. 
Rev.C. B*n-n>f ,D.D..LL 



Right Rev.XW Williams. D.D. ... 

" Robert Mudiray, D.D... 

" " A. N. Bfthime, D.D. ... 

Mot Rev. Ashton Oxeuden, D.D. 

Ki^ht Rav. Isaac Helliuuih, D.D. . 



1863 Quebec. 
186o Rupert s Land 
1867 Torunto. 
1869 M .ntreal. 
1871 Huron. 



Rev. W An<1r-i>n, JI/.J , 
Rev. E DuVernet. M.A., 
Rev. J KIKg iod. MA., Canons. 

Rev. W. C. Currau, M A. J 

Ven Arch. L-a-h, ./.>., ") Bishop s 
Rev. R D Whin-, jtf .-I.. V 
Rev. J. Car nicojul, -V A..) Chaplains 
Rev. J. Elites. ID, S crtiary. 

Abbott, C P ............. South Stukely 

Allan, J., MA ..... Sc.Vinwnt de Paul 

Allen, A. A., it -A., ......... Huntingdon 

Anderson W.. At A.. Ktctar ...... S->r<a 

Baldwin. M S . 31. A. /?erfnr..>l ntreal 
Bancroft. C , D.D.. P^n Oft. Montreal 
Bancroit, (J.. jr., M.A ...... >lan*onvillH 

Baylis, J G., ..................... Montreal 

Belcher S ............. Point St. Charles 

Bond, W.K..LL D., l^an ...... Montreal 

Borthwi k .I.D., Si.AI-try g, Hochelaga 
Brown, W. R .......... ............ Aylwin 

Carmicbal, ,/., M.A., Bpi.OftMoa.tngi 
Clayton, K. H. ...................... Boltou 

Gunstaniiii , [., M.A. Stanbridie East 
Curran, W. B., M.A ........... Montreal 

Darnell. II. F.. Jf.A., Kfctirr,St.Jobi> i 
Dart. W .J.. MA ................. Laprnirie 

Davidson. -I. B., V A.. UK. Frelighsb g 
Davidson, J. C ............. Ht-niruingtbrd 

DeGvuvhy. . ....................... Milton 

Dixon, .1. II ..................... Grenville 



Mnssen, T. W., M A. ...W-t 

NVve. F. ?. (OeUrtd) St.. Andr.-ws 

Noriimn, U. W., M.A Montn at 



Scarth, A. Lennoxville 

Sewfll, E W. (Trin. Chapel,)... Quebec 
Smith, F. A Georjrevilie 



, .1 , .!/..!. ,.V. ../mtj.s - , Moutri-al 
Enipson. J.. finer- tan/ .......... Moutrenl 

Kvans, 11. J , B A ......... Ohristieville 

Evans, T. F. L., M.A .......... M-mtrcal 

Jortin, A. L ......... ...... l>icri-e\ ille. Q. 

Fortin, 0., M.A.. A.<gist. Min, .Moutrwtl 
Fox, G ............................ Mille lsl5 

Fulton..)., M.A ....... , ...... Hussfltown 

Fjles T. W ................... C-jwnsville 

Garland. .1. W ..................... Bos.-obel 

Henderson. U ................... Dunham 

Hinde, \\ ..................... Orinstowr 

Johnston, J ............................ Hull 

Johnson. T. (Lf.tirrd) ...... Abhotslbrd 

Joliu^on, T nos ......... Bristol Cornors 

Jont-s, W .............................. (j ran by 

Jones. J (i, . in :/) ............... Gran by 

Kaapcke, Ca.rU ...................... Hull 

KittK n, II.. it. A ............ . ...Luk -field 

I/each. D.C.L., LL.l) Vr,n Ar Montreal 
Irfwis, B I ., I!. A ............... ^iihivv. >is 

Lindsay, D, M.A ................ Waterloo 

Lltid-ay. K., M.A.. /f Clt^r... Kuowlton 
[jocklmrt, A. D ..................... Lanolin 

Longhurst. W. 15 ............. M*couche 

LonndelLK. M.A.. I eu ^r..St.Andri*wV 
Mclreoc), J. A...V..-1 ............. Moutrwal 

McManus. K ................ [{^rthitir 

Merrick. W. C., M.A ............ B.-rthier 

Merrick, .1 ............................ Kildare 

Mills, H. D., M A .......... West She.ffurd 

Montgomery, II. Kectrjr...f > h|llplbarg 
T , JB.A., Portrtge du Fort 



Pr uie, A Montreal 

Pvk, J Huilson 

Robinson, P., M.A AblMttrtfurd 

Robins >n. G C Clarendon 

Rollir, John Buc-kinghiin 

oy, Kd . HA Sil>revois 

Roy. J. J Montreal 

Seaborn. W. M Hawdon 

8-a.irmi, J. hn North Wakelield 

slack, (J. MA Bedford 

S liich. B. 15,. M.A Onslovr 

Smith, J Sutton 

Smith. P. W Aylmer 

Sutton. E.G Edwardstown 

i hor iloe. J Montreal 

Webster, K. W. B Lingueiiil 

Wood E., M.A , St.J.Eoan. Montrel 

Wright, W.. M.D Lac.hine 

Wurtele. L. C.. MA Upton 

Wbita. It. 1)., Bishop s Chip. Chumbty 
Yuiing, T. A , M.A Cuteau du Lac 

DIOCESE OF QUEBEC. 

Right Rev. J. W. Williams, D.D., 
Lord Bishop (1863). 

Rev. J. H Nicolls. D.D. ) 
Rev H. Itne. li.A \- 

Rev. C. Hamilton, M.A. J 

Allnntt, F. J. B DrumiYiondville 

I!ud.;!< .y.-C. (Bislinp sn.iU ) Lpr.n->xvi;l,) 

Bilt.ur. A Valo.=.rtier 

liiltour. A. J Hat-ley 

Bull. T. I- New Ir.l.ind 

!5oyd,-ll. J Bury 

I oylf. F Kasr Frani|it )u 

Burra^e. H., M A. (lielirc<t)... Hatlev 

C lityinan. T.. MA l)ud.--v,-Hli 

D viouilpjud, .7 Nicolet 

I.>el>b;ie;e, .). 15 Ghigoute 

Din^-y, J. ... C> mpt^n 

F <rt,iu, "1 St Fvitncis 

I oi-ter. J "Lii, H.A Thr^e Riw.rs 

KotnergiD. M. M.. St.. fWcr *... Quebec 
Hamilton, C , M.A. (St. Matt.) Quebec 

Hepburn. .1 Labrador 

Hou^mtu G. V., HI. A Quebec 

H n>pv.r, il BoMrg Lonia 

,fr,kitis. J. H.. B.A W. Franipton 

Kemp, ./ liu. li.D I.feds 

Kor. M Sandy B^ach 

Kinfr, E. A. W Ourha-n 

Kin^? W St. Sylvester 

Lysl T, \V.. B.A Cape Cove 

Mather*, R Maihain 

Merrifk.W.f!.. M.A.. H dn Lonpen h t 
Milne. G.. M.A., Kural D., N. Carli^e 

Mitchell. R f,ake Beauport 

Nicoll.v .1 II.. O.O., RJD. lyennoxville 

P.-irk-r. G. II Kingst-y 

Rurkin K. C Eaton 

Petrr, II.. MA Danville 

K*son. C. (xl.wM*. Mm. Oath.) Quebec 

IMd.C. I , M.A Sherhrookc 

Richardson. T New Liverpool 

Richmond, J. P Gasp6 Banin 

Kiop. l. S Magda ^n Islands 

Roe, H.. B.A MeUMiurne 

Ross, E. G.W., Riviere du Loupeu bas 



Nye, II W., M.A., ............ Iron Hill Stu-trt. II. C (St. M.iU) ......... Quebec 

S\ k-e, J. S. (P.irt Chaplain)... Quebec 
S\k", W ......................... Coaticook 

Tambi, R. C. (Bps. Co.)...Leninxville 
I hotnpMjn, J .................. Melbourne 

Vial. W. S .................. Montmorency 

Von Ifflaud. A..\.(St.Miciiaers) Quebec 
^alters. John ...... ............... Magog 

Wd-.her. C. B ................... Invernegg 

\Voolryche. A. J ................ Stanstead 

Wurtele, L. C., B.A ................ Acton 

DIOCESE OF TORONTO. 

Rt. Rev. A. N. Bethune, D.D., D.C.L., 

Lord. Bishop (1^1). 

Very Rev. H. J. Grasett, B.D., Dean. 
Ven. A Palmer, MA., Arc id Toronto 
Van. T. B Fuller, D D , Areh.Xiagara. 
Vy Rv H J Grasett, B.D. ) B ..,, on ,, 
Rev. H. Scaddinsr, D.D. *> , , p . 3 
Rev. Saltern Givin,. $ Chaplain,. 

Rev. J. G. Geddes, MA.. Exam.Chap. 

Rev. James Beaven, D D. 1 

R*v. T. Bolfon Read, D D. 

Rev. Edm d Baldwin. M.A. 

Rev. Henry Brent, MA. 

Rev. S F. Ramsay, M.A. 

Rev. William Ritchie, M.A. 

RBV. H. Bath Osier, 

Rev. Alex. Dixon, B.A. 

Alexander, F ........................ Guelph. 

Alexander, J. I/Mine ...... Stony Creek 

Allen, T. W., M.A. Rector... Miilbrook 
Ambery, J.. M.A.(Prnf. T C.) Toronto 
Arnold. Robert,^. B. (Jti-ct ir) Fort Erh 
linker, J. S ................... Campbellford 

Baldwin, Arthur, B A ......... Toronto 

Baldwin, E.. M.A.(Asst. S.Jas )Toronto 
Ball. Thomas .................. Brncebridge 

BilHrd. J.M.. H.A ...... Sr Catharines 



> Canons, 
j 

ITTon. 
Canons, 



Bite*, W. W ............................ lyy- 

B-aven, J., D.D ................... Whitby 

Beck. J. W. R., M. 4 .......... Peterbow 

IMl. C R, (M:ts. BM.) ..... Mono Mills 

B-lt, W., M.A ...................... Oshaws 

Bttinne. C. J. S . M.A ....... Port Hops 

Rttthune, F. A., MA ......... Port Hope 

Boddy. S. J., M.A ................ Toronto 

Boultbee, Arthur ............ HarristoTl 

Brent, Henry, M. A.(Re< :tor} Newcastle 
Briars. Solomon, M.A .......... Stayner 

Brouphall, A J.. MA (S .fUf..) Toronto 
Bull. G. A., B.A... Rycknmn n Corners 
Hiirgeii, H. F ................... Haillittboro 

Buruham, Mark, A.B.... Afhburnham 

Bud, F. .. ............................ Mlnden 

Owrry. J., B.D. . .................. Homer 

Cartwriiht, T. S ................ Ancister 

Cay ley. J. D.. M.A ................ Whitby 

Oheckley. W. F.. M.A ............ Toronto 

Clarke. W. H., B A ......... Haliburton 

dementi. Vincent. B.A ..North DOUDO 
Colo. E. II.. M.A. . .............. Cobourg 

Cooper. H. C., B.A (P .ct"r) Etobicok* 
Clooper. II. D., .A. .Holland Landing 
Cooper. W. E., M.A ................ CrrUt 

Creighton. J ...................... Welland 

Dai ling. W. S.(Holy Trin.) ...... Toronto 



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CLEEGT. 



95 



Dav.dHou, J., M.A Bond Head 

Davies, H. VV ., L>. D.(Assl. H T.) Toronto 
Day, E , M.A.(A*st.H<AyTnn } Toronto 

Disbrow. N Uunnville 

Dixon, Alex , B.A. (Rec.) P. Dalhousie 

Doherty, R Dray ton 

Du Moulin, .J. I ., M .4 Hamilton 

Dunda.s. C. R., B.A.. P. Arthur s l.nd g 

Farrar. M. A West wood 

Fesxc-ndrii. E. J., B A Fergus 

Fidler. A. J., B.A Aurora 

Fletcher. John, M.A. .. Highland Cre.-k 
Fletcher. Joseph, B.A ... Shanty Bay 

Flood. John Penetanguii-hene 

Ford, 0. P., B.A (Asst. It.-T.) Toronto 

Forneri, H. 3, B.A UxbrMge 

Forster, \V. R Creemore 

Foster, Stuart, M.A (Asst.) New< a^tle 

Francis. John Jarvis 

Fuller. T. Brock. D.D., D C L.. Toronto 
Qeddes, .1 G., M.A. R"t.v] Hamilton 

Givins, Saltern Yorkville 

Grant, Win.. MA Tullamore 

Grasett. H. J. Ji.D. < Hector i.. Toronto 
Greene. T., LL.D. (Rec )...Port Nelson 

Greene, H. W. E., B.A B\ng Inlet 

Green. W. , .". Ti orold 

Gribble, John Port Colborne 

Groves. F. .1. S Toronto 

Hall, Thomas Lowville 

Hallen, Geo., B.A.... Penetanguishene 

Harris, R. H.. li.A Orillia 

Harrison. Richard, M.A. ...I ine Grove 

Hdnkew, J. B 

Hebden, John. M.A Hamilton 

Henderson. A lev , B.A Orangeville 

Hill, A.C., M.A (Asst.St Jus.) Toronto 
Hill, Geo. 8.J.. M A ( fleeter) Unionville 

Hill. Rowland. B.A Little Current 

Hindes. R W . B.A Cookstown 

Hodge. T. P. (Rector) York Mills 

Holland, II., B.A. (Rec.)St Cathaiines 

Hosken, B. S Cartwright 

Houston. Stewart. M.A. ...Waterdown 
Ingles, C L.. At. A. (Rec.) Drummondv. 

Jarvis, H M.. MA Arthur 

Johnson, C. C Georgetown 

Johnson, W. A Weston 

Jones, W , M.A. ( Prof. T. C.)... Toronto 

Jones, W. II.. MA Omemee 

Jon>s, S.. M.A Yoikville 

Lampman A., B. A.... Gore s Landing 

Langtry. John. M.A Toronto 

Lett, Stephen. LL.D Oolllngwood 

Lojran, William M.A....Yenv\nn Falls 
Lutnedeu.W. M.A. (yisszs(.)...0akvil!e 

McCaul. J.. LL.D Toronto 

McCollum. J. H., M.A. Wellington Sq 
McMurrav. W., D.D., D.C.L. ,.Mnzarn 

Maccarther. J. G Thnrold 

MacLeod. D.I.F.. M.A. (Rec.) Chtppawa 

Maciiab. Alex, D.D Bowmanville 

Mackenzio, J.G. D., M.A Toronto 

Mackenzie, W. J Mount Forest 

Machin. C. J. (.\fus. BJC.) Toronto 

Massey, W Erin 

MidHotoa. I.. li.A Brampton 

Mockridjro, James. B A Norval 

Morgan.- E. (Jtector) Barrie 

Morton, J Brighton 

Mosley, Robert. Parry So nd 

Murphy. E W.. BA AUandale 

Mnsscn, K. H., B A Seneca 

Nesbitt, G.. B A Prince Albert 

Newton, Wni.. (Ph. D.) Rossoau 

Osier, F L., MA. ( Rectirr) Dundas 

Osier. II. Bith T.lcydtown 

O Meara F. A , LL D.(Rrc.) Port Hope 
Palmer, Art.hur. M .A. (/?;?) Guelph 

Paterson, O.W., B. L Bohra 1 peon 

Paters in. T. W., B.A Hastings 

Phillipp*. H. N Niagara 

Rvnsay, Sep. F., M.A Newmarket 

Rsad. Thomas B.. D.D. (Rec) Grimcby 

Ritchie, William. MA Georgina 

Robarts. T. T.. M.A. (Rfcbir) Thorold 
Rojph. J. W , M D.... Sault Ste. Marie 



Rnttan, C Bradford 

Sanson, Alex Toronto 

Scudding. Henry, D D Toronto 

Shanklin, Robert (/?eefor)...Thornhill 

Smithett. W. T, M A Lindsay 

Stennett. Walter, M A.(JRec.)Cobonri 

Stewart, A., M.A Orillia 

Stimson. E. Rush. M.A Toronto 

Strong. S. S.. O.D., D.O.L Toronto 

Sutheiland. R. G Duffin s reek 

Swliow. W F York Mills I 

Taylor. Georgw I., M.A. ... Canniiifiton ; 

Thomson. C. E.. M.A Klora ! 

Tocque, P Homing s Mills 

Tremayne, f.,.VA Milton 

Truw, A G.L.. M.A Toronto 

Vicar*. John. A B Bethany 

Vioxrs. Johnstone Roach s Point 

W(tiil) S h,W.H ,n.A.( C.rli )tl-nnilton 

Walker. Thaddens. H.A Rosemont 

Westney. W. S, B.A Streetsvilie 

Whitaker. (}.. M A.(Ti in. Col.) Toronto 

\\illiams. A., M.A. ...I Toronto 

Wilson, John, M.A Graft .n 

Worrell, J. B.. M.A 0kvjlle 

Wray, H. I?., B.A Stunj Cietk 

DIOCESE OF HURON. 

Ritdit Rev. Isaac Hellinuth, D.D., 
L<,rd Bixhp(\*~\). 

Very Kev. M. Boomer. L.L.D ., Dean.. 

Veil. C. 0. Bro-igh, A.M..Arcfid. Lmdon 

Yen. F.W. Sandys. D.D., Arcfid Huron. 

E. L. Elwood, M.A , Kura.1 Dean, 
Bishop s C/iap!a.in. 

J. Smythe. MA.. R.D , Bialnp s Ex 
amining Chaplain and Kecrrta.ru. 

Sweitman. A., U.A., Exam. Cuaplain. 

Rv. W. Bettridtre, B D. "| 
R^v. E. L. HI wood, M.A. \ 
RHY. A. Nellen, ! - _ 

Rev.J.C Usher, Canons. 

Rev G. M. limes, M.A. 
S. B. Huntington, M.A. J 

Anthony. A :. Brantford 

Appleb.v, T. H . M.A Cla.ksburg 

Armstrong, David, D.D., R />...Moort 

Bttir. J Exeier 

Baitlett. II Princeton 

Basly. B., ft A London 

Beaumont, W Petrolia 

Beltr.dac.W. H D.H.D.liec Woodstock 
BooitivT,M.,LL.D., Dran,( II. V.] Lon d. n 

Brook man. W Morpeth 

Brough. C. C., A.M , St.Jn s, Li nd Tp. 

Brook. Isaac, M.A Gait 

Caulfitild. St G., LL.D..R 7>.St.Thomas 

Cha^-e. II P MuncH\town 

CheckUy. F. C . B A London 

Cl itwortliy, W 

Conpt-r. R. S Inverm:w 

Conliier, R PaMay 

Cooper, II Va-twood 

Craig. W Wo -dst-ick 

Curr.in. J. 1 Wslkerton 

Daunt. W Thamepford 

iJavis, E Bin field 

Dvi, VV AH*aCr*i| 

Deacon, D Bothwell 

Di> Barr^s, T. C., jtf.X...Amhf rstburg 

Downie. .1 Colchester 

Diiane. W. D Aylmer 

Elliott. A TuBcarora 

Elliott. F.G Sandwich 

KUood. K. L.. A.M., R.D Goclerich 

KT.IIH. W. B., B.A Durham 

Ell-rhy. T. S Sarnia 

Falls. A..S.. A.tt. Rfdnr Berlin 

Faui|nwr, F. D.. K.I) South Zorra 

Fletcher, F. ( Krctnr) Warwick 

Grasott, E.. M.A.. (Krc. .O.)...yimcoe 

Gunne. J., R.D Florence 

Halpin, H.. A.M. (Huron CW.) lx>ndon 

Harding F Mitchell 

Harris S Simeoe 

m\l,J.,MA Millbank 



Hincks. J. P Tngersoll 

Hoduskin. T. J., M.D Kii^;irdin 

Hughes. T Dresden 

Ilutitiuston. T. B., M.A Chatham 

Hurst, J., R.D Windsor 

Ilutchiuson, J 

Inm-s, i M. (Rrctirr) ( ondon 

Irving, W., D.D., ( Hit. L. Coll.) l.otid.in 

Jacobs, J Sarnia 

Jamieson. A Baby s Point 

Jensopp. H. B., M.A 

Johns tone. R. W Sarnia 

Jones, E R Dungannon 

Knnnedy, J.. M.A Adelaide 

Keyn. G Chaiwoith 

Lind*ny, S. A Aiiilej villa 

Lo.ra i, vV Lucan 

Mack^i^zie, (1. C Chatham 

Mag.Iiy. T W LiStowell 

Marsh." J.W., M.A. See. Ctt. S... London 

Martin. N B.-lmont 

Matt icw.C.. B.A Tp. ofGoderich 

Meliish, H. F lla\sville 

Miller. A. E jyiconnel 

Mills. W Norwich 

-MulholUnd, A.II.R.,fl.Z).,Owen Sound 

Murphy, \V \\ in^ham 

Nelles, A., R.D lirantford 

Newman. E. E Delaware 

O Meari. J. T>.,Ji.A brant ford 

Padfield, J Burford 

Piitterson, E., M.A, R.D Stratford 

Rally, W. I!., M.A St. Thomas 

Roberts, R. J., A.B Newport 

Rogers. R. V., M.A V ttoria 

Ryan, F Parkhill 

Salter, J.G. R., M.A Rrxn ford 

Sanders. T. E Tilson uirg 

Sandys, F. W., D.D . ...Chatham 

Scbulte, J., D.D. (Sector) ort Burwell 

Sheridan, .( M one ton 

Smith, J. P Straihroy 

Smith, S. L Kirkton 

Sm\the, J., M.A. (Rvral D.).. London 

Softley. E Wroxeter 

Star, R. H Seaforth 

Svn atman, A., M.A Brantford 

Jibbets, W., M.D Port Dover 

Tilly. W. H., MA London 

Townley, A., D.D I aria 

Usher. J. C Brantford 

Wat son, T Meaford 

Wilon. R Birr 

Wiod. Wm Walsineham 

Wright, J. T St. Marys 

Wye, G. W Wardsville 

Young, W. A. (H. Coll.) London 

DIOCESE OF ONTARIO. 
Rt. Rev. J.Tf avers Lewis, D.D., LL.D~, 

Lord Bifhop (1862). 
Very R*T. James Lyster, LL.D. Dean. 
Ven. II. Patton, D.C.L., Arc/idtacun. 
Ven. II Patton, D.C.L. ) . , , 
Rev. W. Bleadell. A.M. v " l 
Rev. E.J. Boswell, D.C.L. ) c; a X" l - 

Anderson. G. A., li.A Iroquols 

AiiKtin, II . M.A Lyn 

Baker, K. II. M. (Rn ) Carrying Plaoe 

Beaven. K. W., M.A A rn prior 

Bleasdell, W., A.M. Trenton 

Bogert. J. J.. M.A. (Jr>c<nr)...Npane 
Kopert, D. F.. M.A.(Ouralf) .N>tpane 

Boswell, E. .7.. D.C.L Kingston 

Bousfield. T. (Dii-ces. Drpo) Kingston 

Bnrke. J. W., A.B Pi-escort 

Carey. W. B.. M A (Kfti>r March 

Cartwright, C.K., A.B. Amhe.rst Island 

Carroll. J GanaTuqua 

Cnuineld, H , A.B. (Chr. C.) BellerillB 

Colemau, A., B.A Lansdown 

Cooke, A. W North Augusta 

Crawford, K. P., BA Hawkesbury 

Dobbs, F. W Portsmouth 

Kmery, C. P Pakenham 

Fisher, A. (Misrianary) Lanark 



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Fleming. W.. M.A . ... Oszoocte 

forest, , M.A Merri. kville 

Oarrstt, R Osuabruck 

Garrett, T., B.A Bearbrook 

Godden, T., B.A Sbannonville 

Godfrey..!., B.A Ottawa 

Grout, G. \V. G., Jf.X...Oarleton Place 
Harding. R. (R,ctr)... Adolphustown 

Harper, W. F. S. (Rtctnr) Bath 

Higgiuson, G.N., M.A. NewEdinburgh 

Halliwell, J Finch 

ltv\n,J.,B A (As St. Th s.) Belleille 

Jarvis, A., B.A Hawftesbury 

Jones. T.I!.. LL.D.(St.All>an s) Ottawa 
Kirkpatrirk, F. W., A.M. ... Kingston 
Ltiuder, J. S., M.A. (Rector) ... Ottawa 

Lepper, G Franktowu 

Lewis, R , M.A. (Rector) Maitiand 

Lewin, W., A.B. (Curate) Picton 

Loucks, E. (Rector) Morrisburg 

Low, G. J Mado 

Lyster, J., t-L.D. (Rector)... Kingston 
MacauHy, W., M.A (Rector) ... Picton 

McMorine, J. K.. M.A Almonte 

Merritt, D. P., M.A. ...Fitzroy Harbor 

Mockridge, C. H., M.A Hillier 

Morris, J. A Nepean 

Muckleston, W. J., B.A Cainden 

Mulkins, II (Peniten.Chap.) Kiugeton 

Mulvaney, C. P., A B Huutley 

Mulock, J. A. (St,.Paul sCh.) Kingston 

Nesbitt, A C., B.A Pembroke 

Nimmo. J,. B.A Tamworth 

O Loughlin, A. J Svdenham 

Patton, II , D.C.L. (Sctor)...Belleville 

Parnell, T. A Kingston 

Pollard, H. (Bishop s Chapel)... Ottawa 

Pools, S. G. (Curate) Cornwall 

Pettit, C. B., M.A. (Rector) Richmond 

Plees, II. E., B.A. (Curate) Bath 

Pieston, J. A., M.A. (Rec.) ... Cornwall 

Roberts. W Thomasburgh 

Shortt, W Wolfe Island 

Stannage, J. (Rector) Kemptville 

Spencer, A. (Curate) Kemptville 

Stanton, T., A.B Mill Point 

Stephenson, R. L., M.A. (Rector) Perth 

Stepbenson, F. L., B.A Newboro 

Simpson, J. H. (Missionary) Renfrew 

Tane, F. R Brockville 

Tu?he, S., A B Mil ford 

White, G. W., B.A Smith s Falls 

Wilson, H., M.A. (Curate)... Kingston 

Roman Catholic Cliurcli. 

DIOCESE OF QUEBEC. 
Most Rev. E. A. Taschereau, Archbp. 
Very Rev. A. Mailloux, ^ ] 
Tery Rev, C. F. Cazeau, Vicars 

Very Rer. T. E. Hamel, [ General. 
Very Rev. D. Racine, j 

ABOHBiSHOp g PALACE. Very Rev. C. 
P. Cazeau, V. G.; Rev. J. B. Z. Bolduc, 
Frocurat. ; Rev. E. Bonneau, N. Lali- 
berte. Rev. C. A. Collet, Secret. 
Auclair, Joseph (Cathedral) ... Quebec 

Auclair, Elz S. Prime 

Audet, Er Ste. Anne Lapocatiere 

Audet, Oct. (Convent) Sillery 

Bacon, C College Ste. Anne 

Baillairge, J. Frs. (Seminary)... Quebec 
Baillargeon, C.... St. Patiick s. Quebec 

Barabe, W St. Fulgence, Sag. 

Bsaubien, N S. Pierre, Bellechasie 

Beaudet, H S. Alphonse 

Beaudet, L. (Seminary) Quebec 

Beaudet, P St. Thomas 

Beaudry, Aug Charlesbourg 

Bsaulieu, E Levis 

Beaulieu, Philippe (Seminary) Quebec 
Baaulieu, Geo....St. Cajetan d Armagh 

Beaumont, Charles St. Joachim 

Beaumont, P Ecureuils 

Begin, N. (Seminary) Quebec 



Begin, F. X St. Pacome 

Begin, P St. Domini<[iie 

Belanger, Narc Daschambnult 

Beliele, L. l.eou S. Edouard, Lotbiniere 
Belleau, Simeon. St. Croix, Lntbiniere 

Bergeron, A S Romuald 

Bernard, I<. Theod Ste. Julie 

Bdrnier. A Ste. Emmelie 

Beruier, J. M...St.Ferdinandd HHlit ax 

Bernier, B St. Gilles 

Berube. Cy Tadoussac 

Blais, L Riviere du Loup 

B1U, Wollaston... S. Raym. Porttieut 

Blais, A. (Seminary) Quebec 

BUnchette, A St. Auirustin 

Boily, Roger ...S.Paul de \fille Yachts 
Boily, Pierre. ..S. Paul de Mille Vache? 
Bolduc, J. B. Z... Archbishop s Palace 
Bonenfant, Jo...Berthier, Bellechissn 

Binaeau, E Archbishop s Pilnce 

Boucher, Fra St. Ambroise, Quebec 

Boucher, A 

Boumgsa. Jos St. Bernard, Beauce 

liourret, L. A 8. Isidore 

Brochu, Cam Riviere Ouelle 

Brunet, F...Ste.SopMe,IIalif.Megantic 
Brunet, Ovide (Laval Vniver.) Quebec 

Bureau, J Ste. Agnes 

Buteau, Felix .- Coll. Ste. Anne 

Cnmpeau, A Beaumont 

Caron, Fred Ste. Anne, Lap. 

Casgrain. A., Ste. Louise 

Casgrain, G S. Etienne de Lauron 

Casgrain, R Cathedral, Quebec 

Catellier, Ford S. George, Beauce 

Ca?ault, Ed Ste. Marie, B*auee 

Cazeau, C. F. (Archbp. Pal ) ... Quebec 

Chabot. L. B Valcartier 

Chaperon, J. A Ste. Marie, Beaucs 

Charest, Zaph St. Roch s, Quebec 

Cinq-Mars, N S. Fidele 

Clarke, P. J S. Basile, Portneuf 

Clement, Pierro Baie S. Paul 

Cloutier, Chs S Ferreol 

Collet, C. A. (Archbp. Pal.) Quebec 

Connolly, J Inverness 

Constantin, L.H N. D. du Portage 

Cote, Jean Bapt ...S. Henri de Liuzon 

CotS, Georg9 (Sem.in<tri/) Quebec 

Couture, W S. Paul de Montminy 

Dassylva, P S. Ephrem, Tring 

Delage, jus., F. X i^ac S. Jeian 

Delage. Frs. Xav Islst 

Desjardins, Hotpire Ste. Helena 

De?jardin, J. R S. C&me 

Demer., E Mont-C.-.uuel 

Desrbchers, B St. Croix, Lotbiniere 

Desruisseaux, Hon S. Evariste 

Deziel. Jos. D... Notre Dame de Levis 
Deeiel, Augelme. ... S. Joseph de Levis 

Dion, E. Viet Sle, Henedine 

Dionne, Pierre... St. Alban, Portneuf 
Doucst, I... Ste. Helens, Kamouraska 

Doucet, N Malbaie 

Dowling, Michael St. Silvester 

Drolet, George St. Michel 

Drolet, P St. Felix, Cap Rouge 

Dube, P ; S. Gervais 

Dube, Ilermen College Ste. Anne 

Dufour, Ed St. Lazare 

Dumontier, Fel Portneuf 

Dunn, W Ste. Anne 

Durocher, Flav... St. Sauveur. Quebec 

Kafard, A. M S Sylvestre 

Fafard, E: S St. Sylvrttre 

Father, F. X. ( Prior) Ste. Jntine, Lan. 

Fauchsr, J St. Onesime 

Forgues. M St. Laurent, 1.0. 

Fortier, F. N St. Francoi*, 1.0. 

Fortin, Max St. Aubert 

Fournier, L. G...S.Pir. de Broughton 

Francosur, N St. Julien 

Fraser, George (Seminary) Quebec 

Frenette, E Islet 

Gagne, Frs S. Thomas 

Gagn6, Lucien College Ste. Anne 

Gagnon, Clovia Eboulements 

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Qagnon, II Ste. Catherine 

Ggnon, L St. Juhn s Cb . Quebc 

Oslornaan, E s. Cyrille 

Gauthier, A S. Patrice, M^gantic 

iauihier. L. (Stminary) Queb*B 

aurin, N s. Irenfe 

Gauvreau, A. A St. Nicolas 

Gauvreau. F s. t lavien 

Gill, Leandre Grondines 

Gingras, N Baie S. Paul 

(Jingras, Zeph Ste. Claire 

Gii-ard, P IsleauxGruea 

Girard, A Anse S.Jean 

Uirard, J AngeGardlen 

Giroux, Guil St. Ambroiss 

Godbout, Narc Cup Santo 

Godbout, A N. D.Quebec 

Gonthier, Damase St. Apjllinaire 

Gosselin, David 

Grmsrlin, A. H. St. Jeanne 

Goiselin, F. X S. Roch s, Quebec 

Grenier, L St. Elzear. Beanee 

Grenier OvHe 8. Isidore 

Grenier, J. B St. Henri, Lauron 

Grondin, L. E College Ste Anne 

Guertin, Noel St. Casimtr 

Gu.r. Bern. C S. Pierre, I. 0. 

TUIle. fit Ste. Marguerite, Jolliet 

Halle, L S. Vital, Lambron 

Hlle, C Ut, Sebastlen 

Hamel, Th. VO. (Siminary)... Quebec 
Hamelin, L...Gnral Hotpital. Quebec 

Harkin. P. II St. Columba, Quebc 

Hbrt, Nic Kamouraska 

Hoffman, Jos Collage, Levis 

HouJe, Theo S. Francois, Beauca 

Hudon, J Levis 

Hudon, Jos S. Phtlipps de Neri 

Hudon, Maximin... Ste. Familla, I. 0. 

Hudon, Ernest S. Roch s, Quebec 

Huot, M Ste. Agathe 

Kerouac, H Collge Ste. Anna 

Kelly, P Frampton 

Laberge, Jos Ancienne Lorette 

Lachevrotiere, L. G S Ubalde 

Lagace, J Normal School, Quebec 

Lagueux, Jos S. Jean, Port Joly 

Lnhaie, T^eon S.Jean Deschaillons 

I.aliherte, N Archbishop s Palace 

LaogU, L College, Levis 

Langlais, I S. Elzear 

Larouche, Ths Baie St. Paul 

LauriauH, E. Eboulements 

Laverdiers, Ch. (Seminary) ...Quebec 

Leclerc, Bruno S.Joseph. Beauce 

Leclerc, N S. Jn, Chrysost. 

Legare, Ad. (Seminary) Quebec 

Legare, Cyr (Seminary) Quebee 

Legare, V. (Seminary) Quebec 

Lemoine, G. (Uriuline s Op.) ... Quebec 

Lemieux, M ...Hotel Dieu. Quebac 

Lamieux, D. (Seminary) Quebec 

Lepage, A St. John s. Quebee 

Lessard, Phil S. Roch s. Quebec 

MailUy, J N. D. de Laterriefe 

Maguire, J...- St. Patrick s. Quebee 

Mailloux, Al., V. Q. S. .Charlss 

Maingui, N. (Seminary) Quebee 

Marceau, Ludger Somerset 

Marceau, II Petito Riviere 

Marquis, J Baie S. Paul 

Martel, Ant S.Joseph, Beauoe 

Martel, Jos S.Jean Chryotome 

Martin. J. E St. Agapit 

M^rtinsau. D. St Charles, Bellechasae 

Matte, Dam ^t. C^llixte, Somerset 

\lethot, Ed. Mich. (Seminary) Quebec 

Methot, F. X Laval 

Montminy, T Beauport 

Moore, Kd. Frs... St. Frederic. Beauce 

Morin, Fn St. John, I. 0. 

Moriasst, Fidele St. Urbain 

Morisset, L Ste. Croix 

McGauran. B. (St. Patriclc sCh.) Quebec 

Naud. J St. Laurent, I. 0. 

Neville, J St. Patrick s, Quebec 

OHva, Fred St. Lambert 



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Papineau, A. (Seminary) Quebec 

Paradis, F. J S. Raphael 

Paradi*, Ste. Anne, Poc. 

Paquet, Benj. (Seminary) Juebec 

Paquet, C Nazaire 

Paquet, Louis (Seminary) Quebec 

Paquet, H St. Andre 

Parant, 0. L Escoumins 

Parent, Kt. Ed St. Pierre, I. 0. 

Parent, Louis E... Pointe aux Trembles 

Patry, Pierre St. Paschal 

Pellotier, A S. Alexis 

Pslletier, A Hebertville 

Pelletier, J. Bte Isle aux Coudres 

Pelletier, A Sacre Cosur 

Perrag, J. Bte S. Andre 

Pilots, V S. Augustin 

Plamondon, Frs. ... St. Koch s, Quebec 

Plamondon, J. Bte C^p S. Ignace 

Point, R. P., S.J. Quebec 

Poire, Chs. Ed St. Anselme 

Potvin, Hyac...St. Denis, Kamouraf-ka 

Potvin. G College Ste. Anne 

Pouliot, Clis S. Joseph de Levis 

Pouliot, Paschal , St. Gervais 

Poulin. Louis St. Isidore, Lauzon 

Proulx, L. A St.Valiere 

Provancher, L Quebec 

Racine, A. (St. John s Church) Quebec 
Racine, Dominique, V. ?....Chicoutimi 

Rairmlle, A Ste. Germaine 

Richard, C , Chateau Richer 

Btchardeon, W S. Malachie 

Rioux, Joseph Buckland 

Robin, B St. Antoiue 

Rousseau. Leon S. Thomas 

Rougscau. U . Ste. Famille 

Roussel, Dav Ste. Anne, Saguenay 

Roufisei. Pierre (Seminary) ... Quebec 
Routier, Honore... S. Joseph de Levis 

Roy, Ciovis S. Alexandra 

Hoy, M S. Hilarion 

Roy, Leon Lotbiniere 

Roy, Ed Kamouraska 

Roy. G Ste. Atfastasie 

Sanfacon. I ouis (Seminary) ... Quebec 

Sassevillt), Jer. iae Ste. Foy 

Sauvageau, George. ..College St. Anne 
Sax, Pierre ... St. Komuald, Etchemin 

Sexton, James S. Roch, Quebec 

Siroi*, Jos S. Tite 

Sirois. J. X Cap. S. Ignace 

Soulard. J 13 J-te. Perpetue 

Talbot, G St. Antonin 

Tangnay. Cvp Quebec 

Tardif, Charles X. I), de Levis 

Tardif. J St. Pierre, I. 

Tetu, D. Hour:. ..St. Roch des Aulnets 
Tessier, t rs. X... St. Francois. Beauce 

Xrtmblay, G- Isle Aux Coudres 

Trwablay, P. G Beauport 

Iremblay, l ;d....W. College Ste. Anne 

Trudel, Charles S. Fr.incuis, It. S. 

Vallen, A N. D. de Levis 

Vallee, J. B S. Jerome, Saguenay 

Terbist, Adolphe...Ste. Patronille. 1. 0. 

Villeneuve, J. B S. Victor, Tring 

Yincent. P Sillery 

DIOCESE OF ST. GERMAIN DE 

RIMOUSKI. 

Right Rev. .T. Langevin, D.D.. Bishop. 
Very Kev. E. Litngeviu, Vicar General. 
Very Rev. K. Luigevln, 
Rev. P. Saucier. 
K*Y. Ls. Djsjardins, 
Rer. A. Winter, 
Rev. 0. Vezinn, 
Rev. Ulf. St. Laurent, Secretary 
CATHEDIUT.. K->v. A. Winter, Krctor. 
ruin, Cur,i 

COLLEGE. Rev. Cyp. Thrive*. Rev. 
Alf. Vijjoaot. Pi- ,c : Ilev. D. Vozina 

rl-v. F. I-:, 
tui / Studies. 

a 



Council. 



Arpin, Louis... S. Norbert du Cap Chat 

Arnaud, C Betsiamits 

Audet, And Cascapediac 

Audet, P S. Fabien 

Auger, Julien....S. Jean 1 Evangeliste 

Babel, L Betsiamits 

Beland, Jos S. Matthieu 

Beraier, L. N Ste. Felicite 

Bilodeau, Mart S. Anaclet 

Blanchet, J. B S. Eloi 

Blouin, Ad Carleton 

Bolduc, Maj S. Alexis 

Boutard, J Mont-Louis 

Boase, F. X...-...S. Martin, Riv. au Ren. 

Chouinard, Ant Paspebiac 

Cloutier, J. C Caeouna 

Couture, F. E RimousKi 

Deligny, L Trois-Pistoles 

Desjardins, L Ste. Cecile du Bic 

Drapeau. J. Ste. Francoise 

Dumas, Jos Maria 

Duval. A 

Fournier, Charles Ste. Flavie 

Fournier, Magi S. Simon 

Gagne, J Nataskouan 

Gagne, Cyp 

Gannon, J. B Trois Pistoles 

Quay, F. X S. Epiphane 

Quay, C Cap des RosierS 

Guilmet, Ed Ste. Luce 

Ladriere, Aug lie Verte 

Langeviu, J. (Bishop) Rimouski 

Langevin, E. (Vic. Gen.) Kimousk 

Larivee, Cyp Rirnouski 

Lebel, Cyp. L Assomption de McN ider 
Leveque, N... St. George de Port Dan. 

Leonard. J. II Rosti^ouche 

Lepage, J. J Malbaie 

McDonell, F S. Ulric 

Marceau, G. S 

Monge, .1 Perc6 

M .reau, Ph S. Octave Metis 

Moreau. Pol Douglastown 

Moreau, M S. Modeste 

Morisset, D 

Normandin, J. Om S. Arstjne 

Perron, J. 0... Pointe aux Esquimaux 

PeVusse. J N. D. du Lac 

Rioux, J S. Donat 

Rouleau, L S. Jerome Matane 

Saucier, P V. F. Grande Riviere 

Sequin, A. P Rimouski 

Simard, J. N 7 otre Dame du Lac 

Soucy, J. Ste. Anne des Monts 

Thcberge, Tobie S. Honore 

Thivierge. P. N S. Bon-iventure i 

Vrziua. D-sire Rimouski ! 

Vineant, Alf Rimouski 

V. iiitt-r, Alph Rimouski 

DIOCESE OF THREE RIVERS. 
Most Rev. L. Lafleche, Bishop. 
Very Rev. C. 0. Caron, \ Vicars 
Very Rev. T. Caron, J General. 
Rev. A. Legris, f-f.crdary. 
Rev. E. Ling, Assist- Secretary. 
Very Rev. J. T. Fortier, ] 
Very Kev. L. Aubry, 
Very Rev. L. Tourigny, I 
Very Ear. D. Paradis, \Archpriests. 
Very Rev. J. H. Dorion, 
Very Rev. C. Hamelin J 

Alexander, II. (Vicar} St. Leon 

Vubry, L ? . 

ruillargeon, Fl Three Rivers 

Uaril. U. (College) Three Rivers 

Barolet, A St. Jauvier 

i"ii. 0. (Vicar) SI 

Beland, J.(FIcar) St. Gi 

tn. Ed St. 

Beliveau, G Ste. C. 

0. (Vicar) Uecancourt 

i;elieui.ire. K. (Seminary) \icolot 

Bsllemare, (I St. Justin 

-ire, P Sr. l)jda,v 

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Bellemare, N. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Blais, J. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Bochet, C St. Patrice 

Bois, L, Ed Maskinonge 

Bjuchard, A Ste. Angele de Laval 

Boucher, J Riviere du Loup 

Brassard, P... St. Komain deWinslow 
Brunulle, Ged (Fi;car)...St. Christophe 

Buisson, Ed. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Buisson, A Ste. Helene de Chester 

Carufel, A La Pointe du Lac 

Cswiiel, D St. Etienne 

Carufel, St. Louis, Blandford 

Carufel, T Mont Carmel 

Carufel. P. (Vicar) Ste. Angelede Laval 
Caron, C.O..F.G. ( Urs.Cli.) ThreeRivers 

Caron, N. (Vicar) Yamachiche 

Ciron, T., VG. (Semi-nary) Nicolet 

Champagne, P. ..St. Zenonde .Megan tic 

Charest, V Sr. Camille 

Chartre, J. Bie St. David 

Chretien, J. Bte Ste. Flora 

Cloutier, F. X. (College).. Three Rivers 

Conieau, D Shawenigan 

Comeau, J. B St. Leonard 

Cook-, J. (Vicar) ...St. Andre d Acton 

Uauth, E StValere 

Dcsaulniers, A St. Bonaventure 

Dessulniers, Fra Kingsey 

Desiletg, L Cap de laMagdeleine 

Dorion, J. H Yamachiche 

Dostie. J. H Gentilly 

Douville, Ir. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Duguay, N. ( Vicar) Three Rivers 

Dupont, E. (College) Three Rivers 

Dupuis, A Ste. Anne la Perade 

Fortier, L. T Nicolet 

Ffechet e. W Batiscan 

Garceau, C St. Piarre les Becquets 

Gauvreau, A.(Ftear)...Baie du Febvre 

Gelina?, Is. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Geiinw, D. (Vicar) Yamachiche 

Gerln Lajoie (Vicar) Gectilly 

Gin^ras. C. (Vicar) Shawenigan 

Godin, . (CoUtge) Three Rivers 

Gouin, T St. Stanislas 

Guertin, Et St. Luc 

Guilbert. E. (Vicar) St. Theod. d Acton 

GuilleiMtte, J Yamaska 

Hamelin, C St. Hyppolite 

Heroux, J. N St. Victoire 

Kerrmck, N St. Guillaiime 

Lafleche, E. (Vicar) St. David 

Lassiseraie, A.H.B... St. Franc, du Lac 

L^rue, N St. Paulin 

Lebmn, A. (Vicar) Three Rivers 

Legris, A. (Bp. Pal.) Three Rivers 

Lemire, C Ste. Angesde Ham 

Ling, E < Bp. Pal.) Three Rivers 

Luttinville, T St. Narcisse 

M*Io, L. S. ... Becancourt 

Marchand, M Drummondville 

Marchsud, P. (Vicar) Pieneville 

Marcotte, J. B... St. Theodore d Acton 

Marcoux. D Champlain 

Marquis. C St. Crlestin 

Martel, T St. Barnabe 

Masson, A Danville 

minary) Nicolet 

Mayrand, A Ste. Ursule 

Morsau, AK St. Paul de Cluster 

K( Fioar)Ste.AnnedelaPerade 

Noiseux, A Ste. Gonevieve 

afn,3. B.(An.Cfur.) St. Stanislas 

. N St. Pierre de Durham 

P.i-6. G. (V. jieij^ Three Rivers 

P.inneron, r, St. Prosper 

Paquin, A. ( Vi*ir) . ...Drummondville 
Parar!i, I) L:I Bale du Febvre 

- V -t. Eusebe de Stinfold 

Pothler, L St. Jlndard 

T St. Maurice 

Proulx, -r St. Tite 

t rouU, M. G. (Seminary) Nicolet 

[> . . Richmond 

> cc. Fu! 

Raiche, E. (Vicar) Nicolet 



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Ricard, N St. Zephirm 

Kichard, H St. Wetceslas 

Richard, L. (College) Three fivers 

Bheault, L. S. (College)... Three Rivers 

Roberge, P. (Vicar) St. Maurice 

Rousseau, Z Ste. Monique 

Boy, P Arthabai-ka 

Sirois, J. H. (An. Cv.r.) ... St. Barnabe 

Smith, A Ste. Brigitte 

gt.Cvr, X, (Vicar) St.Rom.deWinslow 

Suzor, P. H St. Christophe 

Tessier, J St. Germain 

Tessier,N(Ficar)St.Pierre-les-Becquet8 

Tessier, U. (Vicar) Batiscan 

Thibodeau,H.(Ficar) Riviere du Loup 

Tourigay, L St. Gregoire 

Trahan, II St. Severe 

Trahan, L Pierreville 

Vaillancourt,G.. St. George de Winds r 

Vanasse, F. X St. Andre, d Acton 

Vervais, (Anc. Miss.)... St.Gregire 

Verville, F. (Vicar) St. Wenreslas 

Tillers (de) P Ste. Gertrude 

Walsh, N. (Seminary) tsicolet 

DIOCESE OF MONTREAL. 

Mgr. Ig. Bourget, Eveque, du Montreal. 
Very Rev. A. P. Truteau.Ftcar General. 
Bev. J. 0. Pare, Secretaire. 

Anclaire. M Vic. de St. Cyprien 

Antoine, 0. M. I Eglise St. Pierre 

Aoustin, J Seni. St. Sulpice 

Archambault, J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Archambault, U S. Barthelemi 

Archambault, J. St. Timothee 

Arnault, J. F St. Marguerite 

Arraud, J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Aubin, J Vic. de Long leuil 

Aubry, J Sem. de Ste. Teresa 

Aubry, F S. Jean Dorchester 

Aubry, C. (Anc. Cure) St. Bei oit 

Barbarin. A Sem. St. Sulpice 

Bardey, C. J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Barret, N St. Luc 

Barret, J ... St. Liguori 

Bayle J Sup. St. Sulpice 

Beauchamp. J. B Vic. St. Isidore 

Beaudry, II S. Reini 

Beaudry, C .....Joliett e 

Bedard, P Epiphanie 

Bedard, P. J.B.. Vic. Bt. Scholastiqne 
Belanger, P... Ste. Magdel. de Kigaud 

Belair, J St. Gabriel 

Belanger, P Vic. La Prairie 

Berard, P Vie. Beauharnois 

Berard, T Vic. lie Bizard 

Billion, L. L Sem. St. Sulpice 

Birs, E St Sulpice 

Birs, F Ste. Julienne 

Blanchard, S. Beatrice 

Blyth, E Ste.Martine 

Boissonuault. T... Cure de Ste. Mai the 

Bouin, J Vic. du Coteau. St. Louis 

Bonnisant, M. C. L... Sem. St. Sulpice 

Bouin, L. Vic. St. Jean 

Bourbonnais, F. X Varrennes 

Bourgeanlt, F Pointe Claire 

Bourget, J. B. College Masson 

Brassard, T.L St. Paul 

Brassard. M St. Roch de 1 Aohigan 

Brassard, T Vaudreuil 



Brien, A St. Cuthbert 

Brien, J Vic. S. Paul 

Brien. J. M. A Chap. T.achitie 

Brisset. .T L Acadie 

Broctiu, G. E...Ch. Freres de la Charite 

Brouillet. C Vic. Coteau St. Louis 

Brown, J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Burtin, V., O.M.I Sault 8. Louis 

Caisse, M Point aux Trembles 

Caisse. C Coll. de 1 Assomptipn 

Caisse, F Coll. de 1 Assomption 

Campion, A. ...... Curede Ste. Brigide 

Casaubon, L Coll. de 1 Assomption 

Casaubon,E Vic. S. Timothee 

Chagnon, F. X Vie. Ste. Martine 



Chagnon, T St. Clet 

Champagneur, E Clec de St. Vin 

Champoux, C... Ste. Anne des Plaines 

Champoux, Ls. J Coll. Masson 

Champeaux, J. B St Michel 

Chailand. D St. Clement 

Charbonneau, A.L...Vic.St.Henri cteM. 

Cliarlebois. L. A Cure Sle. Therese 

Charron, M S*. Esprit 

Chevigny, J. M Contrecoeiir 

Chevrefils, G Ste. Anne 

Chicoine, J. St. Thomas 

Clement, V St. Alexis 

Coallier. E. A Vic. de Varvnnea 

Consineau, J. B. A., Sem. de Ste. Terdse 

Contu, Al St. Theodore 

Corbsil, F Vic. Vercheres 

Cousineau, ... S. Louis de Gonzague 

Cuoq, A Sem. Ste. Sulpice 

Dagenais, T S. Sauveur 

Dagenais, T. E St. Edouard 

Daignault, C Manta\va 

Daniel, F Sem. St. Sulpice 

Deguire, P Sem. S. Sulpice 

Dela Vigne, J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Delinelle, Z., Ch. du Conv. de la Miseri. 
Demers, K.,Cure de St. Anne des Plaines 

Demers, N , E. a I Eveche 

Dequoy, A Ste. Adele 

Dequoy, J St. Hermas 

Desantels, J Varennes 

Desantels, J. J St. Damien 

Desiuarais, E St. Placide 

Desrocherg, L. J. C...Coll. de Montreal 

Dorval, F 1 Assomption 

Dowd, P. ..Cure de St. Patrice de Mon. 

Dozois, J Coll. de 1 Assomption 

Dube. P St. Martin 

Dubuc, P. A Vic. Ste. Cecile 

Dufresne, P. C a I Eveche 

Dugas, L. M Vic. de Hochel.iga 

Diuas, J. E Vic. St. Esprit 

Dnhaut, 1 Industrie 

Pupras, Edm St. Basile 

Dupuis, A Cure Ste. EMzabeth 

Pupuis, II Vic. Ste. Elizabeth 

Fabre. E Chan, do la Cathedrale 

Fi lvey, J St. Colomban 

Forget, I Vic. Chambly 

F^.rtin, Ste. Agnes 

Gagnon, J. F Berthier 

(U^tineau, K. P., Ste.Croix St.Laurent 

Gaudnt, T L Assomption 

Gaudet, J Coll. de 1 Assomption 

GeofTroy, F. X Hemmingford 

Giband. A Sem St. Sulpice 

Giguiere, Cure de St. Etienne 

Giroux, T. J Vic. de St. Roch 

Godin, J. East Norm. J. Cartier 

Granjon, B...Cure de St. Joseph de M. 

Gravel, D. A S. Jean de Matha 

Gravel. I Laprairie 

Gratton, J. J Sup. de Col. Masson 

Guilbault, Coll. de 1 Assomption 

Gnyon, L St. Ensrache 

Hicks, E. H... Chan, de la Cathedrale 
Hogan, J. ... Cure de Ste. Anne de M. 

Huot, L. J St. Paul 1 Ermite 

Ilurteau. E. J St. Constant 

Jasmin, M Cure de St. Janvier 

Jodoin. Alf Ormstown 

Kavanagh, F., ... Ch. de la Providence 
Labelle, J. B...Anc. Cure, Kepentigny 
Labelle, E... Ancien Cure, Repentigny 

Labelle, A St. JeVome 

Laberge. F. X St Hippolythe 

Lacan, J. F Sem. de St. Sulpice 

Lecours, L. J. Cong. S. C. 

Lacourt, M. J. H...Sem. de Ste. Terese 

Lamarche,G Chan de la Cathedral 

Langlois, J. B Cure de St. Hubert 

Laporte, A Cure de Rawdon 

Laporte, D Repentigny 

Laporte, G G. S. Lin 

Laporte, J. D Kildare 

Lapierre, Cure de St. Henri de Mon. 
Laporte. E Coll. de L Assomption 

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Larose, C. A Coll. Masson 

Larose. A Vic. La Valtrie 

Larue, J. B S^m. St. Sulpice 

Lnsnier, J. T S. Cecile 

Lauzon, J St. Philippe 

Lauzon, J. P Coll. M.issoft 

Lavalle, N St. Vincent de Paul 

Lavallee, M....St. Vincent de Montreal 
L-claire, F. X... Direct, du C. Masson 

Leblanc, P Chan, de la Cath. 

Leblanc, M Cure de Ste. Agathe 

Leclerc, J V.. Chap. Pris. de Ref. S.Vin. 
Leduc. J. P.,Vie.Ste.Jean Chrysostome 

Letebvre, D Sem. St. Sulpice 

Legare, M Coll. de 1 Assomption 

Lemon de J. B Ste. Dorothea 

Lenoir, H Sem. St Sulpice 

Lenoir, C., Direct, du Coll. de Montreal 

Lesage, G Cure St. Valentin 

Loranger, C Lanoraie 

Lonergan, J Vic. de Hochelaga 

Lussier, L. C Chateauguay 

Lussier, K Vic. de Boucherville 

Lussier, K Ste. Emmilie 

Maillet, L. J... ...... Sem. de St. Sulpice 

Malo, F Vic. de Ste. Brigide de M. 

Marcotte, H Lavaltrie 

Marcoux, K. X St. Regis 

Marechal, D., St. Jacques de 1 Achegau 

Marechal. Nap N. D. de Grace 

Martel. L. J... Cure St. Felix de Valois 

Martin, C B. Alphonsa 

Martineau, A. J.,Ch. Cour de Longueuil 

Marsolais, P Sem. de St. Sulpice 

Mirsolais, C. E St. Urb aiii 

Matthieu, J. M Ste. Justine 

Mercier, A.i.Curfi de St. Jacques de SI. 

Minard, F. B Ch. du B. Pasteur 

Mireau, M St. Calixte 

Mongean. J. L...Cure dela Longue Pt. 
Moreau, II., Ch. etAr. delaCathedrale 

Moreau, E Chan, do la Cathedrale 

Morin, M. Ancien Cure, Lacbenaye 

Morin^ J...Cure de St. Jacq. In Minem 

Morrison, C. F St. Cyprien 

Nantel, A Sup. Sem. de St. Terese 

Nercam, A Sem. St. Sulpice 

Normandin, E Lachenaye 

Palatin. J. J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Palin, F Sem. de St. Siilrjiee 

Pare, J. Chan, de la Cathedrale 

Pare, L. H Vic. des Cedres 

Peladeau, A Coll. de Montreal 

Popin, Thorn Boucherville 

Pepin, Theop St. Antoine 

Perreault, N St. Raphael 

Perreault. J St. Rose 

Perreault. Ste. Genevit ve 

Perrault, S. St. Stanislas K. 

Picard, E Sem. St. Sulpice 

Piche, J Terrebonne 

Piche, N Lachine 

Plinguet, V He du Fads 

Plomondon, L. T...Chaii. de la Cathed. 
Plomoudon, G. G , Vic.du Cot.St.Louis 
Pominville, L... St. Jean Chrysostome 

Prevost, T St. Henri 

Primeau, J Sherrington 

Quintal, M Accien Cure, St. Luc 

Regourd, L Sem. St. Sulpice 

Remillard. St. Polycarpe 

Renaud. P. Coll. Ma*aon 

Rioux, J. B Coteau St. Louis 

Rivet, S Jolietto 

Rochette, F...Cure du Sault au Recol. 

Rousseau, P Sem. St. Sulpice 

Rousseau, R Sem. St. Sulpico 

Rousselot, V...Cure de N T . D. Montreal 
Routhier, J. 0... Direct, de Ste Terese 

Roux, M Les Cedres 

Rouxel, Sem. St. Sulpice 

Salmon, J Vic. St. Henri 

Sauriol, F. X....Dir. du Lycee. de Var. 

Snuve S. A Sem. de Ste. Terese 

Seers, W Hinchin brook 

Seguin, J Verchereg 

Seguin, A St. Andre 



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Sentaine, Sem. St. Sulpice 

Singer, Z Sem. St. Sulpice 

Sorin, V Sem. St. Sulpice 

St. Aubin, J St. Norbert 

Taillou, M Ste. Monique 

Tallet, J Sem. de S. Sulpice 

Tambareau, D. H Sem. St. Sulpice 

Tasse, S Ste. Scholastique 

Tasse, M St. Benoit 

Tasse, A St. Bernard 

Theberge, S St. Augustin 

Theoret, J Ste. Julie 

Thibault, A Chambly 

Thibault, G Longueuil 

Thibeaudeau. T St. Joseph 

Thibodeau, M. TJ Vic. St. Jerome 

Toupin, J Sem. St. Sulpice 

Toupin, A Riv. des Prairies 

Xranchemontagne, F., Sem. St. Sulpice 
Trepanier. F. X.,Ch.des Sourdes-Muett. 

Trudeau, 0. M.I S.Pierre 

Trudel, N St. Isidore 

Truteau, A. F...V. G. et Ch. de la Oath. 

Turcot, L He Perrot 

Vacher, Sem. St. Sulpice 

Valade. J. E. ........ Assist. Contrecoaur 

Veniard, S. Laurent 

Verreau, H... Prin. de 1 Ecole N. J. C. 

Vezina. Ft. X Ste. Zotique 

"Villeneuve, L Sem. St. Sulpice 

Villeneuve, G. V... Coll. de l As?omp. 
Vinet, J. J... Anc. Cure Sault au Recol. 

Vinet, J. J. A Care St. Anicet 

Watier, J St. Francois de Sales 

Woods, H Huntingdon 

DIOCESE OP ST. HYACINTHE. 

Mgr. C. LaRocqti 1 , Bishop. 
Mgr. J. LaRocque. Vicar-General. 
Rev. L Z. Morean, V. O. Secretary. 

Very Rev. E. Crevier, ) 

Very Rev. J. 8. Raymoud, > F 
Very Rev. H.Millieri }.~ 

Archambault, L. M St. Iluarues i 

Beaudry, J Sorel 

Bernard, A. X St. Denis 

Bertram!, F. X St. Pie 

Batthezard. H Granby 

Bathazard, J. M Granby 

Beauregard. J St. Mathias 

Blanchard, C St. Ephrem 

Blanchard, E Sh^rbrooke 

Blanchard, J. C Str>. Marie 

Boucher. E St. Hilaire 

Bourke, L. A Sorel 

Bouvier, F.X St. Ours 

Brunei, F. X St. Ephrem 

Brunelle, P St. Liboire 

Boivin T St.Hyacintbe 

Chartier, J. B Coaticook 

Cote, F. O St. Athanase 

Courtemanche, J. J Ste. Aima 

Crevier, E Ste. Marie 

Crevier, P. J St. Charles 

Coderre, F St. Rosalia 

Chartier, P St. Jude 

Charbonnear, N 

Dauray, C Sto. Marie 

Deroths, A. D St.Hyacinthe 

Desnoyers, A St. Pie 

Desnoyers, A Bolton 

Desorey, St. Alexandre 

Deschamps, N Stuckeley 

Digman. F N. D. de St. Hyacinthe 

Dufresne, P St.Hyacinthe 

Dufresne, A. E Sherbrooke 

Dufresne, Am Coaticook 

Duhamel, J. B St. Paul 

Dumesuit. / St. Hyacinthe 

Dumontier, .1. Z : Ste. Aime 

Dupuy, A 

Dupny, J. } .., sen St. Antoine 

Dupuy, J. 1., jun St. Sebastien 

Dupuy, J. P St. Gregoire 

Dnrocher, E Bt. Hyacinthe 

Durocher, J. B St. Tictoire 



Durocher, J St. Simon 

Dupre, L. L St. Hyacinthe 

Fortin, C. E St. Jude 

Gation, A Belceil 

Gabpury, J St. Mircel i 

Gatineau, P Ste. Helene 

Gauthier, N St. Damase | 

Gravel, J. A Sorel 

Gendreau. E Cookshire 

Germain, J. E 

Gigault, F St. D.imieu 

Girard, P Ste. Marie 

Gironard. H. L St. Simon 

Godard, M St. Roch 

Guy, St.Valerien 

Gravel, E Sorel 

Hardy, N St. Mathias 

Hotte, S.C. (An.Cure) N.D.duRichlieu 

lodoin, I Dunbam i 

Jeannette, F. X Beloeil 

Lassalle. L St. Cesaire 

Lambert, J. S Hereford 

Larne, R St. Hyacinthe 

Leblanc, Conipton 

Leclaire, B. J Stanbriage 

Lecours, E Notre Dame 

Lemny, A St. Charles 

Limoges, A. D St. Jean Baptiste 

Leveque, J. E St. Marc 

Leveque. P St. Hyacinthe 

Lussier, W 

Larochelle, P St. Hyacinthe 

Marchesseau, G Ste. Rot- alie 

MoAuley, M Stanstead 

Michon, F. X St. Anne 

Michon, J. f> St. Ours 

Micbon, J. B Sorel 

Millier, H ^orel 

Monder. F. Z West Shefford 

Monet, 0... St. B^rriabe 

Moreau. L. Z St.Hyacinthe 

Malhiot, X ..Button 

Noi^eux, J Milton 

Nadeau, A Ste. Marie 

O Donnell, A :-t. Denis 

Ouellette, R St. Hyacinthe 

Pbaneuf, A Waterloo 

Pelletier. St. Robert 

Pare, P. L Ange Gardien 

Poulin, C St. Dominique 

Poulin, L. E Ste. Angele 

Poulin, F.X. ..f. Magr>p 

Prince, J. J St. Hyacinthe 

Provencal, J. A St.. Cesaire 

Pratte, F Roxton 

Ponton. J. B Brompton 

Raymond, J. S St. Hyacinthe 

Raymond, W Stanstead 

Soiy, F. X. I La Presentation 

Springer, E Ely 

St. Aubin, T St. George 

St. Georges, C St. Athanase 

Taupier. J. S St. Brisjide 

Tetreau, F St.Hyacinthe 

Verronneau, J. B Farnham 

DIOCESE OF OTTAWA. 
Most Rev. Jos. E. GuigueH, Bishop. 
Very Rev. D. Dandurand,Ficar6 enraZ. 
Very Rev. J H. Tabaret, Vicar General. 
Rev. P. Leperce, Chaplain Grey Sixfi rs. 
Rev. J. L. O Connor, D.D., Secretary. 

Agnel, Paul Portage du Fort 

Bertrand, Paul North Plantagenet 

Boucher, Onesime Clarence 

Boucher, Olivier Pembroke 

Bourassa, M Montebello 

Bouvier, J Arnprior 

Brady, John Buckingham 

Brunet, A L Orignal 

Byrno, Michael Eganville 

Charbonier, Ovide La P6che 

Caron, Thomas Ripon 

Casey, B Bristol and Onslow 

Chaborsl, F... Chap. Good Shep. Conv. 
Chaine, A St. Joseph, Gloucester 

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Champgne.l8idore(Ckf7ie<raZ) Ottawa 
Charpeney, R. P ...................... Hull 

Ctfling. J. J ....... St. Patrick s, Ottawa 

Dandurand, D., Vic. Gen ......... Ottawa 

Dawsou, JE. McP .................. Of<eooda 

Deleave, R ..................... River Desert 

Drouet, R ............................... Hull 

Duhamel, Joseph T .......... St. Eugene 

Dusserre, Telmon ...... Gatineau Point 

Faure, C ........................... Visitation 

Faure, M ........................... Almonte 

Foley, J ............................ Grenville 

Fraacoeur, Jos. L. ...South Gloucetter 

Gay, C ..................... North Wakefield 

Gay, Jacob ........................... Russell 

Guigan, J. (Missionary) Hudson s Bay 
Guiu^etj, Joseph .................. La Passe 

Guillaume, C ......... St. Andre Avelin 

Jouvent, Laurent ......... Buckingham 

Ltveriochere, J&(Atii.) Hudson s Bay 
La van. Dominic ............... Pakenham 

Lavuie, M .............................. Alfred 

Lombard, Fraucois . ..... Papineauville 

Lynch, James ......... Allumett s Island 

Mancip, P. ... St. Philippe de Chatham 

Marcellin. .1 ................ St. Gabriel 

Mirion, Pere ........ Shanty Missions 

McCormack, John... Mount St. Patrick 
McComack, James ............ Brudenell 

Meeban, M ............................ Sheen 

Michel, Francois J ............... Aylmer 

Molloy, Michael (Cathedral) ... Ottawa 
M . Ge vy, P ............ Hull near Chelsea 

McGowan, J ........................ Chelsea 

N-delec. J. (Missionary) Hudson s Bay 
O Connell, Peter ............... Richmond 

O Connor, J. L. (Cathedral) ... Ottawa 
O Mtlley. Antoine ............... Huntley 

Ouellet, Louis ..................... Calumet 

Pallitr, Alex ...... St. Joseph s, Ottawa 

Philippe, S .......... South Plantagenet 

Pian, J. M ...... Mission Hudson s Bay 

Poitras, P ...... Mission Hudson s Bay 

Porcile, H. E.... St. Jean Bap.. Ottawa 

Rougier, P ......................... Renfrew 

a. Louis ......... Hull near Ottawa 

Richer, J. B .................. River Desert 

Rivet, S ............................ Aylrner 

Shwhy, J ......... St. Patrick s, Ottawa 

Steuson, J. J ..................... Pembroke 

Terrien, F ..................... River Desert 

Towner, Fabien ..................... Thurso 

Trinquer, M ............... Ange Gardien 

DIOCESE OF KINGSTON. 
Right Rev. E. J. Horan, D.D., Bishop. 
Very Rev. John McDonald, ) 
Very Rev. George Hay, 
Very Rev: James Farelly, 

Brennan, John ..................... Picton, 

Brettargh, Henry ............... Trenton 

Brophy, Geo...St. Charles, Tyendinag* 
Brown, Joseph ............... Port Hope 

Casey, D. J. (Assistant) ...... Peterboro* 

Chisbolm, James, D.D ............ Perth 

Clune, Michael ............ Smith s Fallg 

Connolly, M. (Assistant) ...... Belleville 

Coyle, Bernard ........................ Emily 

Davis, Thomas ............... Hungerford 

Donahoe. Michael ...... Loughborough 

Farrelly, James, V. G .......... Belleville 

Gauthier, Charle ............ Gauanoqua 

Harty, Wm ..................... Kemptville 

Hay. George, V. O.- ........ St. Andrew s 

Higging. Bernard (Oath.) ...... Kingston 

Kielty, Win. (Ottltedral) ...... Kingston. 

Leonard, John F ................ Napanee 

Lynch, Michael ............ Peterborough 

Meade, John .................. Winchester 

Mackay, Michael ............ Tyendinaga 

Masterson, James ............ St. Raphael 

McCarty, Isaac ............ Williamstown 

McDonald, Jobn,F. O ......... Lancaster 

McDonagh, J. H.(Cath<dral) Kingston 
McDonell, A ......................... Lochiel 

Me Williams, C. A ................... Perth 



onald, ) -& 
ay, \ r 
relly, J Ge 



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Murray, Charles B Cornwall 

Murray, E. H Wolfe Island 

O Boyle, J. P. (Oathtdral) ... Kingston 

O Brien, John Brockville 

O Connor, John 8 Alexandria 

O Connell, Daniel Douro 

O Donnell, John Westport 

Quirk, John ". Asphodel 

Roche, Ed. P Prescott 

Spratt, T. J. (Assistant) St. Andrew s 

Stafford, Michael Lindsay 

Stanton, Michael Sheffield 

Timlin, Michael Cobourg 

Twomey, J Camden 

DIOCESE OF TORONTO. 
Most Rev. J. J. Lynch,D.D.,Archbiihop 
Very ev. J. F. Jamot, Vicar General. 
Very Rev. F. P.Rooney,Vi car Central. 
Yen. G. R. Northgraves, Archdeacon. 
Rev. J. M Cann, Secretary. 

Very Rev. J. B. Proulx, ") 

Very Rev. P. Mulligan, > Deans. 

Very Rev. R. A. O Connor, J 

Berrigan, W Niagara 

Braire, L. (Pastor) Vroomanton 

Brennan, L., (St. Basil s) Toronto 

Campbell. K. A. (Pastor) Atherley 

Cartidy, K. F. (Pastor) Thornhill 

Chalandard, P. (St. Basil s) ...Toronto 
Con way, P. (Assi. St. Mary a)... Toronto 

Jinan, A.. (Assistant) Atherly 

Frachon, F. X. (St. Basil s)... Toronto 
Gjbney , Henry ( St. Paul s) . . Toronto 

Gib.rat, L , Toronto 

Gribbin. J. (Pastor) Toronto Gore 

Harris, W Keenansvilla 

Hayden, J. F. (Pas<or)...Duffin s Crtek 

Hobin, J Niagara 

Jamot, J. F. (Rector Cath.) ... Toronto 

Kean. P. J. (Pastor) Newmarket 

Kennedy, J. P. (Pastor) Penetanguifih. 
Killcullen, J. (Pastor). Port Colborno 

Laboureau, W. (Pastor) Caldwell 

Lawrent, J. M. (St. Patrick s) Toronto 

M Cann, J. (St. Paul s) Toronto 

McEntree, J. (Pastor) 

McSpiritt, F Clifton 

Michel, J. (Pastor) Lafontaine 

Morrow, J., (St. Basil s) Toronto 

Mulcahy, M (St. Basil s) Toronto 

Mullen. A. (Pastor) Apto 

Mulligan, P. (Pastor) ...St. Catharines 
Murray., " .., (St. Basil s) .... Toronto 
Northgraves, G. R. (Archd.)... Toronto 

O Connor. R. P. (Pastor) Barrie 

O Reilly, M. (Pastor) Collingwood 

Proulx, J. B. (Dean) Toronto 

Key, P. (Pas .or) Arlington 

Rooney, F. P. (Pastor St. M. s) Toronto 

Ryan, P.. (St. Basil s) Toronto 

Shea, J. (Pastor) Oshawa 

Sullivan, T. J. (Pastor). ..Keenausville 
Vincent, C. (Sup. St. Basil s) Toronto 

Voisard, J. A Port Colborne 

Walsh, F., (St. Basil s) Toronto 

DIOCESE OF HAMILTON. 
Right Rev. John Farrell, D.D., Bishop. 
Very Rev. E.I. Heenau,Hear-G eraZ. 
Breniian, Wm , Secretary Hamilton 

Baxter, R. S. J. Fort William 

Bardou, M. P., M.A Brantford 

Blettner, J. S. J. ...Manitoulin Island 

Breitkoptf, F St. Clement 

Conelleau, C., S.J. Guelph 

Choni, Peter, S. J. Fort William 

Cherrier, L Owen Sound 

Dnranquet, D., S. J. Fort William 

Dumortier. F., S. J. Guelph 

Dowling, Thomag Paris 

fferard, M., S. J. ... Manitoulin Island 

Funeken, L., D.D Berlin 

Ftmcken, Eugone St. Agatha 



Glowalskl, Ed Freiburg 

Grannotier, F Owen Sound 

Keough, John Formosa 

Kottmann, C. S. J".... Sault Ste. Marie 

Laussier, E Arthur 

Maurice, R. R., LL.D... Mount Forest 

MoNulty, John Caledonia 

Moubiu, J. J. H Hamilton 

O Reilly, John Dundas 

Ouilleite, Thog., S.J. ...Sault Ste. Marie 

Owena, P. S K lora 

Rassaertg, F Carlsruhe 

Roberts, If. S. J duelph 

Ryan. Jeremiah Oakville 

Schmitz, J. J Formosa 

Shea, James Caledonia 

Vary, Ch. S.J Sault Ste. Marie 

DIOCESE OF LONDON. 
Right Rev. Jobn Walsh, D.D., Bishop. 
Very Rev. J.M. Bruyere, Vicar-General 
Rev. N. Gahaii,; Secretary. 

Abpulin, T Sandwich 

Andrieux. P Ryegate 

Ansboro, J Carranbrook 

Bayard, Jos Ingersoll 

Boiibat, B Goderich 

Baudin, A. (Superior) Chatham 

Beaueang, Saruia 

Crinnon, P. F., V.G. Stratford 

Darragh, F. X Delhi 

Delabaya, M., S.J. Chatham 

D lahunty, Edmund Windsor 

Duprat. C Paincourt 

Fauteux, P Stoney Point 

Flannery, W iit. Thomas 

Faure, J Sat.dwkh 

Fitzpatrick, Philip Carronbrook 

Gauthier, F., D.D Maldstone 

Gerard, Jos (Biddulph) Eightfold 

Jahan, E. M... (Belle River) Rochester 

Japes, H Wyoming 

Kilroy, E. B St. Mary s 

Laurent, P. D. (Dean)... Amherstburgh 

Lotz, H Ingersoll 

Marseille. J. ... (St. Joseph) Sandwich 

Murphy, J Carronbrook 

Murphy, J Windham 

Marechal, M., S. J. Chatham 

O Connor, D Sandwich 

O Neill, J . . Kincora 

O Shea, P Strathroy 

Ouelette, F. 0. J Corunna 

Raynel, J., S.J. Chatham 

Scanlan, J. (Assistant) Strathroy 

Ternede. J Sandwich 

Villeneuve. A. P Amherstburgh 

Wagner, J. T Windsor 

Wassereau, L. A Klngabrldge 

Watters, B. J London 



Presbyterian CHurcH of 
Canada* 

IN CONNEXION WITH THE CHURCH OP 
SCOTLAND. 

Meetii^g of Synod will be held In 
St. Andrew s Chinch, Montreal, on 
the 1st Tuesday in June, 1873, at 7 
(s. ven) o clock p.m. 
John Hogg, D.D , Moderator. 
John H. MacKerras, M.A., Clerk. 

Presbytery Clerks. , 

Rev. D. Anderson. M.A Quebec 

Wm. Baia, M.A., D.D Perth 

Walter R. Ross Toronto 

W. Anderson, M.A Ottawa 

Robert Burnet Hamilton 

James A. Murray Victoria 

Duncan Murrigon, JX..Saugeen 

James Gordon, M.A London 

James Patterson Montreal 

J. C. Smith. M.A ...... Kingston 

Alex. Mckay, M.A Olengary 

[404] 



Aitken, Wm Maple, Vaughan 

Anderson, D., M.A.... Point Levi West 

Anderson, Wm. (Miss.) 

Bain, Jamea Woburn 

Bain, William, M.A.., D.D Perth 

Barr, Wm ..London 

Bel!. George, B.A., LL.D Clifton 

Bell. William. M.A Shakespeare 

Bennett. John Three Rivers 

Black, Wm. M Montreal 

Borthwick, Hugh.1., M.A Ottawa 

Brovrn, John Newmarket 

Buchan, Alexander Stirling 

Burnet, John S Martintown 

Burnet, Robert Hamilton 

Camelon, David London 

Camerpn, Hugh Beachburgh 

Campbell, Charles Niagara 

Campbell, Robt , M.A Montreal 

Campbell, R., M.A Renfrew 

Campbell, Wm. (Cat.) Harold 

Canning, William T Oxford Mills 

Ciinmchael, Jas Laskey 

Carmichael. James, M.A. ... Markham 

Chambers, R., B.A Nairn 

Clark, Wm. C., B.A Ormstown 

Cleland, William Kemptville 

Cochrane, Wm Middleville 

Colquhoun, Arch. (Ret.) M;.nsfield 

.Cook John, D.D Quebec 

Currie, Archibald, M.A Sonya 

Davidson. John N. Williamsburgh 

Dobie, Robert Milton 

Doudiet, Charles Montreal 

Duu . ias. James, B.A Quebec 

Baktu, Joseph, B.A Kippen 

Edmison, Henry, M.A. ... Watefdown 
1 erguson, G. D., B.A. (.O>7,.)Kingston 
Ferguson, John, B.A. ... Maple Valley 
Fargunon, W., JO.(A/iss.)Chesterville 

Forbes, Alexander Inverness 

Fraser, Donald, MA Priceville 

Fraser, J., B.A Whitby 

Fraser, James, B.A Chelsea 

Fraser, Thomas (jtft.) Montreal 

Fraser, John F., B.A. (Miss.) 

Gaudier. Joseph (Miss) 

Gibson, Hamilton Bayfield 

Gordon, Daniel M., B.D Ottawa 

Gordon, James, M.A Crumlin 

Gordon, John, B.A. (Miss.) 

Gray, James M Roslin 

Hart. Thomas, M.A. (Miss ) Manitoba 

Herald, James Dundas 

Hogg. John, D.D Guelph 

Hutchesou, S Mulmur 

Jamieson, Alex., 7?.^....Williamstown 

Jenkins, John, D.D Montreal 

Johnson. Wm. (JRttired) Toronto 

Kidd. J. (Missionary) Montreal 

Laing. Robert, B.A. (M ss.) - 

Lang, Gavin Montreal 

Lewis. Alexander (Retired) Mono 

Lindsay, Peter, B.A Caledon 

Livingstone, Martin W Simcoe 

Livingston, P. S Pittsferry 

Lochead, John S. M.A Elgin 

Macaulay, Donald Mount Joy 

Maeaulay, Evan, B.A Balgover 

Macdougall, N Eldon 

Macdonnell, D. J., B.D Toronto 

Muckay, William E., B.A... Orange villa 

Mackay, Alex., M.A Alexandria 

McKee, William, BA Dee. hurst 

Mackerras,J.H.,J/..4.(.CW.)Kingston 
Mackid, Alexander (Retired!) Goderich 

Maclennan, Alex., B.A Uxbridge 

Maclsnnan, K., M.A Peterb. rouali 

Maclennan, Wm , J/.J....Hwkesbury 

Maclean, Donald J., B.A Arnprior 

Muclean, M. W,, M.A ,1 ort Hope 

v !V1acmorine, S., M.A Huntingdon 

Maun, Alexander," M.A. ... Pakenham 

Masson, Wm..., Bnsseltovn Flats 

McCaul, James, B.A Melbourne 

McDonald, Duncan, M.A Creemore 

McDonald, A., B.A Duntroon 



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CLERGY. 



101 



McDonald, John Norton Creek 

McEwan. James, M.A London 

McGillivray, Daniel, B.A... Brockville 

McLeod, John Glencoe 

McLaren. R.G., B.A. (Miss )Flamboro 

McNish, N., B.D Cornwall 

McPherson, Thomas, M.A.... Lancaster 
McQuarrie. A.N., B.A. (M.Ool) Quebec 

Miller, William Lombardy 

Morrison Duncan, M.A. ..Owen Sound 
Mowat, J. B., M.A. (Q. Coll.) Kingston 

Mullan, James B Fergus 

Mullan, James S Woodlands 

Mullan, Elins Spencerville 

Muir, James B., M.A Gait 

MuJr, James C., D.D... N. Georgetown 

Murray, James A Lindsay 

Murray, J. C. (McGM Cut.)... Montreal 

Mylne, Solomon Smith s Falls 

Neill, Robert Bnrnbrae 

Nicol, Francis (Missionary) ... Toronto 
Niven, Hugh... St. Louis de Gonzague 
Nlven, David, B A. (Miss.) ... Georgian 

Patterson, James Hemmingford 

Paul, James T Warsaw 

Porter, Samuel (ffitmZ)...Orangeville 

Porteous, Georga Dixon s Curuers 

Rannie, John, M.A Chatham. 0. 

Kodgers, E. 15 Lehh 

Boss, D., B.D Chatham, Q. 

Ross, Donald Dundee 

Ross, Walter Beckwith 

Ross, W. R Pickering 

Scott, Thomas Plantagenet 

Shanks, David Valcartier 

Sieveright, J.. B.A Goderich 

Simpson, William Lachine 

Sinclair, James Carp. Huntly 

Smith, JamasC., M.A Belleville 

Smith, R. P. (Missionary) Quebec 

Snodgrass, W., D.D.(Q. Col.) Kingston 

Spence, Alexander, D.D Scotland 

Spencer, A Bowmanville 

Stewart, William Hornby 

Strachan, Donald HilUburgh 

Stuart, James (Retired) Toronto 

Sym, Fred. P Beauharnoif 

Tanner, Charles Sherltror ke 

Tanner, John E Sherbrooke 

Tawse, John, M.A King 

Watson, David. M.A Beaverton 

Watson, Peter, B.A Wllliamstown 

Weir, G., M.A. (Morrin Coll.)... Quebec 

White, William Newtonville 

Whyte, John Scotland 

Williamson, J., LL.D. (Q.C.) Kinggton 

Wilson, James. M.A Lanark 

Yeomans, G., B.A Winterbourne 



Toronto Kev. John Gray. 

Hamilton " AT"m. Cochrnne 

London " D. Waters, LL.D. 

Clerics q/ Prttbyltriu. 

Montreal Her. J. Waton. 

Ottawa " J. Crswll. 

Brockville " W. Bnntt. 

T. S. Chamber*. 

W. Donald. 

R. Thornton, D.D. 

R Hontenth. 

R. Torrane*. 

J. Porteou!. 

W. Cochrane. 

G. Cuthbsrtion. 

A. McLean. 

J. Foth*ringham. 



Kingston 

Cobourg 

Ontario 

Toronto 

Guelph 

Hamilton 

Paris 

Lcyndon 

Huron . 

Stratford 

Owen Sound... 

Simcoe 

Chatham 

Durham 

Bruce 

Manitoba 



D. J. Mclnuet. 
J. Gray. 
R. H. Warden. 
W. Park. 
A. G. Forbef. 
A. Fraier. 



Presbytery of Stamford, 

IN CONNECTION WITH THE UNITED PRES 
BYTERIAN CHURCH OP NORTH AMERICA. 

Rev. David Mann, Moderator. 
Kev. John Gillespie, Cleric. 

Acheson, Robert Gait 

Qillespie, John Milton 

Mann. David Walton 

McGill. James Stamford 

Weir, John London 

Canada Presbyterian 
Church* 

Meeting of General Assembly in the 
City of Toronto, Cooke s Church, on 
the first Tuesday in June, 1873, at 
7.30 p.m. 

Officers, 1872-73. 
Rev. W. Fraser, Moderator. 

Rev. W. Reid, A.M., Toronto, Rev. 

W. Fraser, Bond Head, and Rev. W. 

Cochrane, Brantford, Joint Clerks. 
, Clerks of Synods. 
Montreal Rev. Alex. Young. 



Abraham, J Watford 

Adams. James Nobleton 

Alexander. Joseph, A.M. Norval 

Allan, Daniel Stratford 

Andarson, D Kothiny 

Anderson, John Tiverton 

.Andrews, Francis Keene 

Aull, J Ratho 

BalUrityne, W. D Whitby 

Ball.W. S Guelph 

Baikie. J Brampton 

Baird. J Port SUnley 

Barr, Matthew Seafcrth 

Barric, Wm., D.D.... Eramoia, Guelph 

Beattie, D Cmpbellfbrd 

Becket, J Thamesville 

Ball, J. W Listowell 

Bennett, W Kemptville 

Br-thune, J Inverness 

Binnie, R Cornwall 

Black, James Seneca 

Black, John Red River 

Blaiu, W Clifford 

Boyd, James Croiihill 

Breckeuridge, J Streettville 

Bremner, G WhltelaKe 

Brown, A Blunt yre 

Brown, G Wroxeter 

Bryce. G., M.A Rd River 

Burnfield, G.. M.A Cookstown 

Burns, W Perth 

Burns, R. Y.,D.D Montreal 

Burson, G St. Cfltharinej 

Burton, J Belleville 

Calder, J. G Orono 

Cromble, John, M.A Smith s Flla 

Cameron, Charles Priceville 

Cameron, Duncan Lucknow 

Cameron, P. B Bradford 

Cameron, James Chatsworth 

Cameron, J. M Toronto 

Cameron, Lachlin Acton 

Campbell, J., M.A Toronto 

Carswell. J Carleton Place 

Caven, William (1) Toronto 

Given, Wm. (2) Ridgstown 

(.liambers, T. S Sunbury 

Chesnut, J. W Mandamin 

Cheyne, George Tapley town 

Chiniquy, C St. Anne, 111. 

Cbristie. W. M Mono Centre 

Chrystal, G SUv-rbll] 

Coassirat, ., B.D Montreal 

Clark, W. B Quebec 

Clark, N North Douro 

Cochrane, W., M.A Brantford 

Coultnsrt, W Valleyfleld 

Craigie, Wm Port Dover 

Craw, G HllUdale 

Croll, R. M Claude 

Croly, J. E Millbank 

Cross, Archibald Clarke 

Crozier. H Holtin 



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Currie, H Cannington 

Currie, Peter Aldboro 

Cuthbertgon, George St. Thomas 

Davidson, 1) L upside 

Davidson, J Alma 

Dawgon, A . Ashburn 

Dewar, Robert Speedi* 

Dick, James Richmond Hill 

Dickie, J. F Berlin 

Donald, William Port Hope 

Donaldson, J Port Bur well 

Donaldson, S Ked River 

Douglas, J Cobourg 

Drummond, A. A Shakspeare 

Dnff, D Malcolm 

Dunbar, John GU-nmorris 

Duncan, Peter Colfeorne 

Eadie, John Milton 

Edmondgon. J. B Columbus 

Ewing. John Mount Pleasant 

Ewing, H Georgetown 

Fenton, S Vittoria 

Fenwick, T Metis, Q 

Ferguson. J \evis 

Ferguson, John Dingle 

Findlay, A Gran ton 

Fletchsr, D. H Hamilton 

Fletcher. William Red Kiver 

Forbes, A. G Kiversdale 

Forlong, W Lachute, Q 

Forrest, W Valetta 

Frawr, John Kincardine 

Frafr, M Barrie 

Frwer, "-. C Thorold 

Frawr, William Bond Head 

Frazer, A 11,-d River 

Gsllaher. J Glenvale 

Gibson, J. M., M.A Montreal 

Glassford. Peter Coleraine 

Goldsmith, T St-aforth 

Goodwillie, J. M., A.M. Hespeler 

Gordon, Daniel Harrington 

Gracey, H Exeter 

Graham. William Egmondriile 

Grant, A Dufferi/i 

Grant. Alexander Kintail 

Grant, R. N Ingi-raoll 

Grant, W Yankleek-hill 

Gray, John Oiillia 

Gray, John (2) Windsor 

Gray, Patrick Kingston 

Greig, P Orchardville 

Gregg, William, A M Toronto 

Halgh, G Laskey 

Hall, Robert Thorndale 

Hamilton. Robert Avonbank 

Hancock. W Welland 

Hanran, J St. Bvlvestcr, Q. 

Hafctle, J "... Prescott 

Henderson, A., M.A...SI. Andrew s, Q 

Ilislop, J. K Avonton 

Hoskin, R. II Dundas 

Hums, J Kennebec lioad, Q. 

Hume, Robert, M.A St. George 

Inglig, Walter Ayr 

Irvine, John Mille Isles, Q. 

Jamison. R...New Westminster, B. 

Jennings, John, D.D Toronto 

Johnston, W. A Hemmingford, Q. 

Jones, S Dingle 

Kennedy, Alexander Dumbarton 

King, John M., M.A Toronto 

King, William Buxtoa 

Knowles, R Alliston 

Leaik. R St. Helens 

Lees, John Lucan 

Little, J , Nasssgaweya 

Lochead, William (1) N. Gower 

Lochead, W. (2) Fenelon Fall* 

Logie, John Rodiierville 

I/owry, T Bcantford 

Malcolm, J.... Vanneek 

Marplei, J Beamiville 

Matheion, A Lunenburgh 

Matheson, W Mount Forest 

Meikle, W Oakville 

Middlemiss, James Elora 



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[1873. 



Millican, W Garafraxa 

Milligan, G., M.A Datroit, M 

Milloy, John Crinan 

Milne, A Watr<Jown 

Mitchell, J. W Mitchell 

Mitchell, W Millbrook 

Moffat, Robert C Walkertou 

Moore, W Ottaw:i 

Morrison, J Cedarville 

Morrison, J., Waddington, N. Y., TI. S. 

Mpntsath, Robort York Mills 

Murray, John Q.. f Grimsby 

Murray, J. L Baltimore 

Mujgrave. P Milyerton 

Mac kay, John Melbourne 

Mackie, Jolm Lachute, Q. 

Maclaau, Alex., M.A Strabane 

McAlpiue, J Widder 

McBaiu, J. A. F Drummonclville 

McKerachtir, C Howick. Q. 

MeColl, Angui Chatham 

McCall, John Hamilton 

McCocechy, James Leeds.-, Q 

McC mnell, W Lelroy 

MeCuaig, Fialay Clinton 

McDurmid, N Wal!aeet"V.-n 

McDermid, P Birkhall 

McDiarmid, A Seaforth 

-McBiacuid, II. J Ottawa 

McDonald, A. D Elora 

McDonald. J Kto: 

McDonald. J. A Doi 

McDonald, K Tharn. .-; i.l 

McFarlane, J Farnham Cen i d, Q 

McKwpii, John I e-n broke 

McFuul, Alexander Cal.uo .i 

McGuire, T Glp?;allan 

Mclnnes, D. J Allnnford 

Mcln tosh, James Amherst Tsiand 

McKay, Alex Illmira. 111. U.S. 

McKay, VV r . A, M.A CheU-nhmn 

McKee, L 1 ClOverhill 

McKenzie, II Oowal 

McKcnzie, William Almontt 

McKinuon. Neil 

McLaicn, W ; ,-tt-nn 

McLean, Andrew .-.., 

McLean, Archibald 

McLean, J South 

McLennan, G He 

McLnnn, A Owen Sound 

McMfchan. J Pii-ion 

McMillan, D Lobo 

McMillan, John Mount Forest 

McMullen. W. T Wo- < 

McNabb, J IU-d River 

MePhrson, Lac! Ian Nairn 

McPherson, Thomas htii .ttord 

MeQu.trrio, H Drum bo 

McQueen. A. F jskye 

McRobie, John " Jarvis 

McTavish. John Woodstock 

McVicur. D. H., D.D M .ntreal 

McWiliiam. W.. M.A Bomantou 

Nisbet. James niuee Albert, II. B. 

Park, William Dui ham 

Pateison, D.. M.A St. Andrew?, Q 

Paterson, John Dun,- ford 

Patergon. N "WilJiamMown i 

Peattie, W Clar 

Porteous, John Kirkwall i 

Prinjfle, James lirampton 

Pritchard. J Blu evale 

Proudfoot, John J. A., D.D ... London 

Reeve. E Rock-wood 

Reeve. W Haliburtnn 

Reid. William, A.M .Toronto 

Rennie. J Falkirk 

Ren wick. R. Kewrj 

Robertson. James Paris- 

Roherton, J/imes Norwich . 

RoberUou. Wm., M.A Chesterfield i 

R^figers. R Collingwood 

Roger. J. M., A.M. Peterboro ! 

Rocs. John Brueefield 

Ross, W Kirkhill 

Rowat, A West Winchester 



Scott, John London 

Scott, John Naponee 

Scott, J. R Cambray 

Scott, P Cromarty 

Scott, Robert Camlachie 

Scott. W New Curlisle. Q. 

Simpson, A. B Ilnmilton 

Simpson, G Westminster, London 

Simpson. W. H Kilb.ide 

Stevens, G. F St. Ann s 

Stewart, Archibald Kilmartin 

Stewart, C. C "... Owen Sound 

Stewart, Donald Lancaster 

S.Tiellie, George Fergus 

S:int,i, JHKISS K., A.M Gait 

Smith, John Bowmanville 

Smith, J. W Grafton 

Steele, H. D Almonle 

Stev. iison, R Admaston 

Stewart, James Pakenhsm 

Stewart, John Kincardine 

Straiih. Ji.i .u Pa Mev 

Sutherland, G I ioyal 

Sutherland, W. R Strathbiirn 

Tait. J Fitzroy Hai : .-ur 

Taylor, William, D.D . Montreal 

Thorn, James. 11. A EnnUkillen 

Thorn psyn, John Sarnia 

Thomson II Wiuterbourne 

Ttioms5on. James A Krin 

ThornL,,r,, R. II. D.D O.shawa 

Thornton, K. M., M.A Montreal 

Tolmie, Andrew : Sautteen 

Topp, Alexander, D.D Toronto 

T .rrancH, Jlolit-it Guelph 

Traver, A. J., M.A Bmckrille 

Turnbull, J Melrose 

Unv Robert Goderich 

Waddell. Alexander W Rondeau 

Walker, William Chatham 

Walker, W. P Cm hike 

Wallace, R Toronto 

Warden, R. H Both well 

Wardrope, D Teos\v;itn- 

Wardrope, Thomas Guelph 

Waters, D.. LL.D St. Mary s 

Wnts<.n. James, A.M. Huntingdon 

Watt, J. B Trenton 

\\ iii ! lar,s. R Nepesn 

White, Joseph, B.A AVakcfieUl. Q. 

Whyte, James Osgoode 

Wilson. Andrew Kingston 

Wilso7i. T Seneca 

Wi! hart, David Matloc 

Wright, P Irgersoll 

Y oiiii, , Alexander Montreal 

Youn^. G. P Toronto 

Yoiuiir, S Auburn 

Young, W. C Norwood 

Ministers wit/tout Cltarge, ar,d 
Ministers retired. 

Alexander. T Mohawk 

Baikie, J. P 

Barron. J., M.A 

Cimtts. I) Brompton 

Duff. John Mora 

Dunlop. J. J Toronto 

Fa\eite. J. S. A. F Komoka 

Fletcher, C Goderich 

Foiherirjgham, J \Voodhm 

D, H (Ji .TKiTicque 

Grant. G., M.A KMir ka 

Harris, J Toronto 

Hay, William 

Holmf-p. A. T O.-prinae 

Tnglis, WilH.iin Toronto 

iiiicdy. A London 

rcnce, G Toronto 

g. John Ottawa 

i .u u ry, M Bowmanville 

Me Arthur, Robert 

McKay. R, D 

McKen/ie. D Embro 

M .lvill. A Maitland 

Sc ,tt, John Lakelet 

Smart, W Ganauoque 

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Probationers and Missionaries. 



Bruce. George. 
Cockburn, E. 
Curiie, Archibald 
Dan by, Mark. 
Fairbairn, R. 
Ferguson, W. 
Galloway, J. 
Gillies, A. C. 
Gauld, J. 
Hailev, James 
Hay, J. A. R. 
J.tniieson, G. 
Kay, W. 

McAlister.J.B.^Jf 
McDonald, D. 
McJntosh, D. M. 
McKay, D. G. 



McKutchon, Jas. 
McLennan. D. 
McLaren, A. 
McLeod, D. D. 
McNaughton, D. 
McRae, Alex. 
Meldrum, W. 
Moodie, Robert 
Munroe, J. M. 
Richirdson, W. 
Sinclair, H. 
Hewart, James 
Sutherland, A. F. 
Taylor, D. 
Taylor, J. B. 
Urquhart, A. 



Of the above, several have received 
calls to vacant congregations. 



Wesleyan Methodist Church 
in Canada* 

Rev. W. M. f(inshon.M.A.,LL.D.,Pres 
Rev. John Borland, Co- Delegate. 
Rev. William Scott, Secretary. 

Rev. Enoch Wood, D.D.\ ... 
Rev. L. Taylor, D.D. J Ma - Ssxs - 

Adams. Richard N Thurso 

Adams. William Marbleton 

Addison, Peter Lloydtown 

Allen, James Point Lev! 

Allum, Charles Rankin 

Ames, William Aylmer, Ont. 

Anderson, James Meaford 

Andrews, Allied St. George 

Andrews. William Alderville 

Annis, Jeremiah W Merrickville 

Armstrong, Andrew. ... Mount Albert 

Aimstrong, Jas. (Sup d) Thorold 

Armstrong, John 2nd ... Clarenceville 

Armstrong, John (Sup d) Listowel 

Armstrong, John B. (Sup d)... Matilda 
Ash, John C..(Agmt) . Victoria College 

Atkinson, Thomas Almonte 

Austin, Nathan (Student) ... Vic. Coll. 

Austin, William Mooretown 

.Awde, James Hamilton 

Ayk-sworth, I. B., M.D Staynet 

Baker, Isaac Owen Sound 

Barker, William R Keene 

Barrass, Edward Aurora 

Bawtenhimer, H. (Sup d) Paris 

Bawtenhlmer, Peter Strathallen 

Baxter. John (Sup d) Point Abino 

1 axter. Michael (Sup d) Fenwick. 

Bielby. \Mlliam M Amable 

Bell, John W Trenton 

Bell, Robert Lowville 

Bell, Thomas Frclifihsburg 

Benson. Manly Hamilton 

Berry, Francis Sarnia 

Berry, Henry Washington 

Beits. Jonathan E Markham 

Beynon. George (Sup d) Weston 

Bigiiar. Hamilton (Supd)... Rrantford 

Bishop. Georse J Lloydtown 

Blackstock. W. S tioderich 

Blades, John T Woodville 

Bland, Henry F Belleville 

Blanshard, Shem Beachville 

Bond, Stephen Canton 

Borland, John St. John s, P.Q. 

Hiiwerman, A., B.A. High Bluff, R.R. 
Boyd, John H.(Sup y)....^... Toronto 

livtdin, John "Bowmanville 

Brethonr, David L... Cooksville 

Brick. John G New Ireland 

Brideu, Wm Kings-ton 

Bridgman, Geo., H., M.A Toronto 

lUitfL s. Joel Elora 

, William Cobonrg 

Bristol, Coleman, M.A Dnngannon 

Brock, James Lindsay 



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103 



Brock, Thomas Perth 

Broley. James Cainsville 

Brooking, Robert Hiawatha 

Brown, George Uxbridge 

Brown, George M Invermay 

Brown, Nelson (Sup d) HighBluff.R.H. 

Brown, William D Maitland 

Brownell, Daniel E Tilsonburgh 

Browninj, Arthur Percy 

Bryant, Cornelius Sumas, B. C. 

Bryers, William Port Dover 

Buchannan, Vfm Winchester 

Burns, Robert Wiiigham 

Burns, Nelson, M.A. (Sup y). ...^liltou 

Burns, William Oakwood 

Bur wash, J , M.A., Prof Saokville,N.B. 
Burwash,N. M.A. Prof. Vie. C.;Cot,ourg 

Burwash, Nathaniel S Paisley 

Byers, Henry (Sup d) Kingston 

Byrne. Claudius (Sup y) Fairfield 

Cairnduff, Wm. H Vienna 

Cairns, Hugh Km.wlton 

Calvert. George W Port Stanley 

Campbell, Alexander Cornwall 

Campbell, Alex. R Hullsville 

Campbell, Peter Victoria 

Campbell. Thomas Rosemount 

Campbell, Thomas M Dunnville 

Campbell, T.W VVhitby 

Cardus, Thomas Thornhil 

Carr, George Ameliasbnrg 

Carroll, John (Sup d) Yorkville 

Carson. Wellington W Kingston 

Case, George Colborne 

Casson, Wesley Newmarket 

Cattanaca, David ,.Markham 

Chalmers, David . Bath 

Chambers, Alexander C. ... Leslievjlle 

Cha libers, Andrew B Montreal 

Chant, Joseph II M...orrisburp:h 

Chapman, A. J, B.A. ... Lawrenceville 
Chapman, William ....Mount Brydges 
Charbonnell, Thomas ... Frost Village 
Charlton, Edward, B.A. ... Artemesia 
Charlton. James (Student) ... Vic. Col. 

Chown, Edwin, B A. (Student) 

Christopherson, Hall. ..Wellington Sq. 

Clappison, David C Lambeth 

Clark, George Mooretown 

Clark, John S Thorold 

Clark. Richard Millbrook 

Clarkscn, George C. (Student) Vic. Col. 

Clarkson, John B..B.A Gait 

Clement, Benjamin Ayr 

Clement, Edwin Pictou 

Cleworth, Thomas.... Sault Ste. Marie 

Cobb, Thomas Mount Forest 

Cochran, George Toronto 

Coleman, Francis Bondhead 

Coleman, William (Sup d) ... Scarboro 

Colling, Thomas, B.A Lachine 

Colling, Joseph Nanticoke 

Connolly, Daniel Sherbrooke 

Constable, Thomas W Aultsville 

Cook, William Denbigh 

Cookman, Christopher Klntore 

Corbett, John Grenville 

Corni-h, George II Greenwood 

Corson, Robert (Sup d) Cobourg 

Cosford, Thos Strathroy 

Cragg, Edward Tyrconnel 

Craig, Wi.liam Bobeaygeon 

Crane. Isaac Londesboro 

Crei.jb.ton, Kennedy Owen Sound 

Cwighton, William... Fitzroy Harbour 

Crews, Thomas Salford 

Cross, Win Oneida 

Crothers, Wm. J Huntingdon 

Crosby, Thomas... Indian Tribes, B.C. 

Colbert, Thomas Homing s Mills 

Culien, Thomas Sidney 

Cunningham, Andrew Hamilton 

Curry, Krastus S Garden River 

Daniel, George Wyoming 

Darlington, R. (Sup y) Whitby 

avy, Robert Ainleyville 

Davis, George H Brantford 



Davies, John (Sup d) Granby 

Deacon, Joseph Pickering 

DeGruchy. Edward Bolton 

Derrick, Thomas Nanaimo, B.C. 

Dewart,E.H.(/. of Guardian) Toronto 

Dingman, Garret J Wellington 

Dickson, G.N. A. F. T St. Thomas 

Dochstader, John M Grimsby 

Doel, John (Sup y) Toronto 

Dorion, Joseph A Roxton 

Dcuglas. Q..LL.D. (Chairm.) Montreal 

Douse, John ; Paris 

Dowler, John A Ptrth 

Dcwn, Samuel Long Island Locks 

Dc.xsee, Archelaus Shannon ville 

Drennan, Alex Williamsburgh 

Dundas, Brabazon B Rornney 

Dyer, James E Lucan 

Eby, Charles B., B.A Preston 

Kdmison, Thos. J. (Student) Vic. Coll. 

Edmonds, Jabez Berlin 

Edwards, Abel Aylmer, 0. 

Edwards, Andrew Fingal 

Edwards, W. W Wallaceburg 

KJliott, James (Chairman) Quebec 

English, John Farnham 

English, Noble F London 

English, William Dunham 

Evans, Ephraim, D.D., (?ou....lviuncey 

Evans, John S Morrisburg 

Fawcett, Michael High Bluff. R.R. 

Fear, Samuel Battersea 

Ferguson, George ... Elmira 

Ferguson, John Amherst Island 

Ferguson, Thomas A Hampton 

Fessant, Edwin Portage du Fort 

Fife, Wm. II Charing Cross 

Fi.-h, Charles I eterboro 

Fisher, John S Harmony 

Fletcher, Ashton (Sup y)... . Hastings 

Ford, William J Waterford 

Forman, Richard J Drayton 

Forster, Joseph L Brantford 

Fowler, Hirani Robinson 

Fowler, Robert, M.D Oiillia 

Freshman, Charles, D.D Ingersrll 

Freshman. Jacob Georgeville 

Gai iraith, Wm Montreal 

Galloway, Joseph Eglinton 

Uarrett, John C Moulinette 

Gee, Daniel E F Aliston 

Gemley, John (Sec. U". C. B. S.) Toronto 

German, John F., M.A Norwich 

German, John W Seneca 

German, Orrin Brudi-nell 

German, Peter Port Stanley 

Gibson, Joseph R RoMmonut 

Gilbert, C. W. M. (Sup d) ... Lynedock 

Glover, Thomas W Blairton 

Gold, Isaac Vespra 

Goodson, George Sarnia 

Goodwin, .lames Welland 

Godfrey, Robert Bobcavgeon 

GofT. Edwatd F Klineburg 

Gordon, James A Presoott 

Graham, James Clinton 

Gray, James (Chairman)... ,Bt. M j .ry s 

Green, Alex. T. (Sup d) Port.Hcpfe 

Green, A., D.D. (Sup d) Toronto 

Green, Josias Chatsworth 

Greener, James (Sup d) Lindsay 

Grenfell. John Stanstead 

Griffin, William S Toronto 

Haddon, Thomas Gaspe 

Had win, Thomas Yarmouth 

Hagar, Joseph M., B.A Coaticoke 

Hall. Joseph Cariboo. B.C. 

Hull, Robert H Severn Bridge 

Hall. William, M.A Ottawa 

Ilalstead, Wm....Prince Arthur s Ldg. 

Hames, Arthur B Marmora 

Hamilton, Christopher... St. Williams 

Hanna, Thomas Durham, Out. 

Hannon, James London 

Hansford, William Stanstead 

Hanson, Charles A Belleville 

Hardie, Alex., M.A Walkerville 



Bardie, David (Sup d) Blairton 

Hare, John J. (Undergrad.)...\ie. Coll. 
Hare, Robert B (Undtrgrad.) Vic.Coll. 
Harper, E.B.,M.A. (Chairman) Guelph 

Harris, Alexander G Florence 

Harris, Edward Demorestville 

Harris, James Birr 

Hart. John Walters Falls 

Hawke, William Gorrie 

Hawkins. Charles W Alderville 

Hay. William (Chairman) ... Bradford 

Hayhurst, William Hollin 

Healy, Ezra A Montreal 

Henderson, James L Amable 

Henderson, Wm.C., M.A Stratford 

Herkiiner, Wm. (Sup d)... New Credit 

Hewitt, William J Consecon 

Hoyland, Rowley (Sup d) Fairfield 

Hi ks, William Watford 

Hill, Edward Omemee 

Hill, Henry E Adelaide 

Hill, Joseph Norwood 

Hill, Newton Prince Albert 

Hificox. John Island Brook 

Hobbs, Richard Kippin 

Hodgson, John Hall s Bridge 

Holmes, A Lee, B.A St. Lambert 

Holmes, John Richmond 

Ho .mes, Joseph W Ciaigvale 

Holtby, Matthias (Sup d)... Lynedock 

Hooker, Le Roy Waterloo, Q. 

Hough, John Trowbridge 

iloughton, Luther (Sup y) Brickville 
Howard, I. B. (Chairman). Port Hope 

Howard, Thomas S Glanford 

Howard, Vincent B. (Sup d)... Cobourg 

Howes, John Westmeatb. 

Ilowell. Jacob E., M.A Bloomfield 

Howsom, Wm. G Baltimore 

Hughes, James (Sup d) Colborne 

Hughes, Silas J Mitchell 

Hunt, Ambrose Romney 

Hunt, David Kingsville 

Hunt, Francis Rawdon 

Hunt, John Richmond Hill 

Hunter, Samuel J Montreal 

Huttter, Wm. J Hamilton 

Huntingdon, Silas Thurlow 

Ilurlburt, Asahel (Sut- d) Mitchell 

Ilurlburt, Erastus... Christian Islands 
Ilurlburt, Sylvester (Sup d)... Prescott 
Hurlhurt, Thos. ... Manitoulin Island 
Hutchinson, John (Sup d)... Hamilton 
Inpalls, Edmund S. (Sup y) ... Granby 
Ireland. Francis E. (.Sup y). .Montreal 

Irvine. Henry Metis 

Irwin, William Cookstown 

Isaac. John eombra 

Ivison, James A Madoc 

Jackson, S. (Sup y) Frelighsburg 

Jackson, Thomas Otterville 

Jackson, William Melbourne 

Jacques. George (Sup d) ... Artemesia 

James, Richrrl Smithville 

Jeffers, \V., D.D. (Sup d) London 

Jeffrey, Thomas W Milton 

Jennings, David Weston 

Jennings, John Smilhville 

Jewell, John A.. B.A Millbrook 

Ji hnston, David A. (Sup d) Ainleyville 

Johnston, Hugh, M.A Toronto 

Johnston, Wm Erin 

Johnson, Joshua H., M.A Odessa 

Jolliffe, William J Streetsville 

Jolley, William C Port Rowan 

Jones, Cornelius A Cookshire 

. Kdmund S Woodslee 

Jones, Peter W Garafraxa 

Jones, Richard (Sup d) Cobourg 

Kappelle. Stephen Hamilton 

John 15.. B.A Dundas 

Keefer, Benjimin B London 

Kellam. Henry Lucknow 

Kelly, Thomas St. Armand 

Kennedy, David, M.A., B D. Seaforth 
Kennedy, George (Sup d) ... Ingersoll 
Kennedy, James... Dorchester Station 



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Kenney, George H. Wingham 

Keough, Jabez B North Gower 

Keough, T. S. (General Agent) Vic.Cill. 

Keppel. John H Silver Islet 

Ker, Peter Hillsdale 

Kerr, John L Ridgetown 

Kettlewell, William Fairfield 

Kilgour, Joseph Tweed 

Kines, James (Ageni) Vic. Coll. 

Knight, A. G., B.A Ameliasburg 

Knowles, Henry W Cassville 

Knox, William North Gorn 

Koyl, E. L Centreville 

laird, James Ainherstburgh 

Laird, John G Fergus 

Laird. Wm. H Woodstock 

Lake, Charles V Aylwin 

Lake, John N. (Sup y) Toronto 

Lambly, O.. M.A Kemptville 

Lancely, John E Chatham 

Langford, Alexander. Lilley s Corners 

Langford, Charles Durham 

Lanton, Henry (Sup d) Hamilton 

Latimer, J. K. (Sup d) London 

Lavell, Charles, M.A Seaforth 

Learoyd, Johu Kglinton 

Lee, Robert 

Leach, George Caunington 

Leach, John J Pittsburgh 

Leach, Webster W Bell s Corners 

Lever, John (Sup d) Sidney 

Lewis, Joshua P St. Catharines 

Locke, Joseph H Weston 

Lochead, Robert Smith s Fills 

Longley, B. (Undergraduate) Tic. Coll. 

Lucas, Daniel V Farmersville 

Lund. William Exeter 

McCallum, Joseph W Collingwood 

McCann, Alfred Prince Albert 

McCarrol, John Ainleyville 

McCartney, James Tees water 

McCauley, Samnel Stirling 

McClung, James A Kliueburg 

McCollum, Edwin Leamington 

McCulloch. Robert Woodville 

McCullough, Win Colborne 

McCullough, W. S., M.A... Stouffville 

McDonald, Davidson Davenport 

McDonald, Malcolm (Sup d) Stanstead 

McDbmgh, Wm Newcastle 

McDougall, Geo Edmonton House 

McDougall, John Woodville 

McDowell, D. C. (Chairman) .. Barrie 

McDowell. Henry North Douro 

McFadden, Wm. (Sup d).. . Brampton 
McFarlane, James (Student .Vic. Coll. 

McGill, Wm Merrickville 

Mclntyre, Charles B Newburgh 

McTntyre. George Aurora 

McLean, Hugh Belinont 

McMullen, Daniel (Sup y) Picton 

McMullen, Thos. (Sup y) ....Yorkville 

McNamara, George Arthur 

MeNair, Thomas R Kirkton 

McRitchie, George (Chairman) Simcoe 
Madden, David B. (Sap d)... Castleton 

Madden, George C Tilsonburg 

Mahan, John Adelaide 

Manning, Henry M Bradford 

Mark, Robert, M.D Brighton 

Masson, James Chambly 

Matheson, James Albion 

Matthews, Henry S Hanover 

Maudsley. Samuel B Collfleld 

Maxwell, Honry J Watford 

Meacham, G. M., M.A Napanee 

Messmore, Joseph (Sup d) Simcoe 

Metcalfe, James F Darlington 

Might, Samuel (Sup d) Port Hope 

Miller, Aaron D Hudson 

Miller, Gilbert (Sup y) Picton 

Miller, Wm. W Tamworth 

Milliken, Andrew Bervie 

Mills, John Drummondville 

Mills, Will-am Elora 

Millyard, Reuben St. George 

Mitchell, George, B.A Kincardine 



Montgomery, James (Student) 

Mooney, James McKellar 

Morrow, Charles R Welland 

Morden, Thomas E Rankin 

Morrow, Edward, M.A Princeton 

Morton, William Waterdown 

Meyers, Henry Paris 

Neelands. John Forest 

Nelles, S. S., D.D., Principal, Vic. Col. 

Norris. James (Sup d) Omemee 

Norton. Wm Lockesley- 

Odery. Joseph Drummondviile 

Oliver, Robert F. Mattawa 

Osborne, John C Marmora 

Pad^ham, Richard W Glanford 

Parent. Amand Lacolle 

Parker. Wm. R., M.A. ..St. Catherines 

Patchell, Thomas Bond Head 

Patter.-on, Allan Coaticoke 

Pattyson, Wm. M Thornbury 

Peake,Wm. II Orillia 

Pearen, James, B.A Merriton 

Pearson, Marmaduke L Lyn 

Pearson, Thomas D Oakvillo 

Parley, William F Oakville 

Perry, Charles E Flesherton 

Perry, David Port Elgin 

Pepper, John London 

Peterson, A. L North Augusta 

Phelos, Richard (Sup d) Grimsby 

Phillips, Alfred M Oil Springs 

Phillips, Robert Acton 

Phillips, Samuel V.(Sup d) byn 

Phillips, Samuel G Lachute 

Phi!p, John. B.A Windsor 

Philp, Samuel C. (Sup d)... Frankford 

Philp, Samuel C., jun Newburgh 

Philp, Wm. (Sup d) Waterdown 

Pollard. W. (Chairman) Victoria, V.I. 

Poole, Jacob (Sup y) Cookstown 

Poole, Wm. H Hamilton 

Potter, Austin Belmont 

Potter, Richard Campbellford 

Potts, John Montreal 

Preston. James Dundas 

Price, Wm. (Sup d) Owen Sound 

Punshon W.M., M.A., LL.D.,Toronto 

Raney. Wm Renfrew 

Reid, Henry Dawn Mills 

Reid, Thomas R Meaford 

R"id. Thomas J. (Student) . . . Vic. Col. 
Reynar. A..II.,M.A. Prof., Viet. College 

Reynolds. Francis C Harriston 

Reynolds, Joseph (Sup d)... Waterford 

Reynolds. Robert Rugby 

Rice, Luther 0. (Sup d) Bervie 

Rice. S.D.,D.D.(Pr. W.F.Cul.)Ham\lton 

Richardson, Ezekiel Maberly 

Richardson, George T. ... Vroomanton 

Richardson, James E Compton 

Richardson, Wm Newboro 

Ridley, John Fonthill 

Rigsby, Wai ter Caistorville 

Rilance, William Cataraqui 

Roadhouee, Job Bearbrooke 

Robbins, John Waterdown 

Robison, Matthew Red River 

Robinson, Isaac N Stouffville 

Robinson, John H. .:. Searboro 

Robinson, Richard Sutton 

Robinson. Robert , .Madoc 

Robson, Ebenezer Castleton 

Rogers, George Huntington 

Rose, Brock Elgin 

Rose, Samuel (Book Steward) Toronto 

Ross, Wm. W Toronto 

Ross, Jas. S. (Under graduate) Vic. Col. 

Rowsom. Wm. H., B.A Granby 

Roy, J., M.A., -FVm.Col. Inst. Cobourg 

Rupert, E. S,B.A Wilton 

Russ, Amos E New Westminster 

Russell, Alfred L., B.A Maxwell 

Russell, John Arkona 

Rutledge,Wm. L Oakwood 

Ruttan. John H Shannonville 

Ryan, David Burford 

Ryan, William Milfor d 

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Ryckman,E.B.,3/..4.(C%m. ). Chatham 
Ryerson, Egert., D.D., LL.D., Toronto 

R\ p erson, John (Sup d) Brsntford 

Sallows. Edward (Sup d) Collingwood 

Salt, Allan Muncey 

SaHou, Samuel.... Milford 

Sanderson, G.R. (Chairmiri) Kingston 
Sanderson. J., 1st (^ f p tf)...Peterboro 

Sanderson, J., 2nd York 

Sanderson, Joseph E., M.A.... Whitby 

Sandr<nn, Wm *. Playfair 

Paunders, John, B.A Ulverton 

Saunders. Jabez B.... South Mountain 

Savage, John W Omemee 

Savage, William Sinithville 

Scales, Wm Boltou 

Scanlon. John Hemingford 

Schram, George A Drayton. 

Scott, Jonathan (Sup d) Brampton 

Scott, John (Sup y) Montreal 

Scott, John, B.A Listowell 

Scott, John Gardiner Brampton 

Scott, Wm. (Oft., Sec. of Conf.) Oshawa 

Scott, Wm. L . Smithfield 

Sallery, Samuel Ilowick 

Selley, J. B., M.D. (Sup d) ...Montreal 

Semmens, John Dundas 

Sexsmith, George Orangeville 

Sexsmith, Wm. V Kennebec 

Shakr, Henry (Sup d) Kemptville 

Sbannou. Wm Lvnedock 

Shaw, John (Chairman) ....Brampton. 

Shaw, W. I.. B.A., LL.B. Lacolls 

Shepherd, Wm. W Plattsville 

Shepley, Joseph , Rondeau 

Sheridan, Wm Spencerville 

Sherlock. Benjamin .Chinguacousy 

Shier, Richard L Orrgnal 

Shorey. Edmund S Newbury 

Short, Wm Harrowsmith 

Shortt, Wm. K., M.A Ormstown, 

Sickles. Abraham Oka, 

Silvester, Charles Grimsby 

Simpson, James Richmond 

Sinclair, John ... Oxford House,, R. R. 

Sing, Samuel Gore s Landing 

Slater, Jas C., (Chmn.)... Smith s Falls 

Smiley, John, M.A Mono 

Smith, Andrew A Selby 

Smith, Charles Cookstown 

Smith. John Sarnia 

Smith, Nathaniel Millbank 

Smith. Robert II Sawyerville 

Smith, Wm. K Holme.-<v;lle 

i Snowc en, Thomas Muskoka 

Sparling, J. W., B.A., B.D.... Montreal 
Squire. George H., B.A., New Glasgow 

Stafford, Charles E Rockwood 

Stafford. Ezra A Petrolia 

Starr. J. H Streetsville 

Steer, Wm. (Sup d) Baltimore 

Steinhaur, Henry ... White Kish Lake 

Stenning, George Clarendon 

Stephenson, Wm Ottawa 

Stevenson, John C Bramley 

Stewart, John Leeds 

Stewart, John H Onslow 

Stinson, Joseph H Franhford 

Stobbs, Thomas Berlin 

Stonehouse, James H Napier 

Stringfellow, C Kirkton 

Sunday, John Alderville 

Sutherland, A Toronto 

Sutherland. D. G., M.A. ... Gananoque 

Sutton, William : Coboconk 

Swann. Matthew Georgetown 

Sweet, Edmund E Three Rivers 

Syvret, John gweetsburg 

Taggart, Charles Stirling 

Tallman, Isaac B Bayfield 

Taylor, Edward II Cahmille 

Taylor, L., D.D. (Miss. See.) ...Tvronto 

Taylor, Wm Edwardsburg 

Teeson, Samuel Osgoode 

Tennent, Elisha Haa arsvilla 

Teskey, Ebenezer Wyoming 

Thibadeau, Alex Thornbury 



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Thompson. Christopher L... Newcastle 
Thompson, D. W. (Student) V. College 

Thompson, Js. (Sup d) Napanee 

Timberlake. William Shefford 

Tomblin, William Bi id a water 

Tompkin-i. John (Sup d) Stanstead 

Totten, John W Angus 

Tovell, Isaac (Student) Viet. College. 

Tozeland, John Flinton 

Tucker, Richard L Point Abino 

Tucker, Samuel Parry Sound 

Tucker, Wm Walter s Falls 

Tupper, R.E . (Sup d) London 

Turner, William T Kincardine 

Turner, Jamee Ni.-souri 

Turner, John Paisley 

Turver, Charles (Sup d) Davenport 

Vanduscn. Conrad, (Sup d).... Whithy 

Waddell. Robert II Beamsville 

Wakefield. J. (Chairman)... Aylmer, Q. 

Waldron. S. (Sup d) ?arnia 

Walker. Thomas H Woodstock 

Walsh, Wm. (Undergraduate) V Col. 

Walton. John Pakenham 

Walton. John, 2nd Dawn Mills 

Ward, Edward A Winchester 

Warner, Lewis (Sup d) Brisrht r n 

Washington, Geo. (Sup y) ... Oakville 
Washington, Oeorge. M.A.... Danville 
Washington.^. 0., Jf.J, Fenelon Falls 
Watson, C. (Student) Victoria G lleee 

Watson, W. C., N.A Vienna 

Wass, John B., B.A Shawl iridcc 

Webster. John Mu-k >k;t 

Webster, John, 2nd.... Windsor Mills 

Weldon, Isaac Tivnton 

Wellwood, R. G Albion 

Werden, Jam. j s E Wilton 

Whites-ide, Arthur Be l s Corners 

Whiting, James Park Hill 

Whiting, Richard Pembroke 

Wicher, John W Warsaw 

Wilkinson, Isaac Beebe Plain 

Will, Phineas D Walkerton 

Williams, David Markdalo 

Williams, John A Brockville 

Williams, Richard W Ailsa Craig 

Williams, Thomas Owen Sound 

Williams, Thos G Franklin Centre 

Williams, W. II Matilda 

Williston, John K. (Sup y) Strathroy 

Willoughby, Wm Mohawk 

Willoughbv, N. R , M.A Yorkville 

Wilmott, J. C., M.A Onondaga 

Wilson, Albert Charles Beaverton 

Wilson John f L Oriirnal 

Wilson, John. B.A Paknnham 

Wilson, John Carroll Ballyduff 

Wilson. John V Angus 

Wilson, Richard Cafaraqui 

Wilson, Samuel Mitchell 

Winter, DavH (Student) Viet. College 
Withrow, Wm. II.. MA. ........ Niagara 

Wood, E., D.D. (Mis. Sec y) ... Ton .nto 

Woodsworth. Jaiues Cr.iss Hill 

Woodsworth. Richard W...Ward-vill 
Woolsey. Thomas Bruce. Mines 



Young. Egerton R Norway 

Young, George Red River 

Young, Wm. (Sup d) Trenton 

Young, Wm. John Morven 



Methodist New Connexion. 

Conference meets at Dunville, Ont., 
on Wednesday, June 4th, 1873. 

Rev. J. Medicraft. Gen. Supt.. London. 
Bev. W. Williams, President, Hespeler. 
Rev. J. Kay, Secretary, Waterdown. 
Rev. D. Savage, Editor Evan. Witness, 
London. 

Adkins, T. O. (Super.) Lansdowne 

Andrews, J Ilalftein 

Auld, D Erin 

Bain, J. (Super.) Gananoque 



Barltrop. C Northport 

Baskerville, J Flesherton 

Bell, James (Super.) London 

Birks, Win.... Ingersoll 

Bothwell, Wm. (Super.).... Grove?-ecd 

Brown, G Milton West 

Biigjin, G Waterford 

Cathcart, J. W Frankville 

Caswell, J : , Lynden 

Clarke, A Lavender 

Cole. T. (L >cnl Elder) Cannimrton 

Crawford. J. (Super.)-. Creemore 

Curry. C. (Super.) Bellmore 

Danard. W. B Arkwri;:ht 

Davis, P. W Oxford Mills 

DeLong, A. M East Dunham, Q. 

DeLong. F East Bolton, Q. 

Demill, A. B Sundtrland 

Dopew, S. F Walkerton 

Elliott, John Aylmer We&t 

Elliott, R. J Toronto 

Follick, Joseph Newboro 

Follis, J St. Mary s 

Fowler. J. H. Knowlton, Q. 

Fowke*. J St. Catharines 

Fox, Thomas Wilt" id 

Garry, R. (Local Elder) Brockvi .le 

Gaddis, James . Beivic. 

Gier. J. (Super.) Dunham. Q. 

Goodspeed, J. B Strsffordville 

Grandy, T Bin- 
Gundy, S. B Torino 

Gundy, James Dingle 

Gundy, Joseph R Tilsonbur?. 

Glazier, A NorlHml 

Graham, W. W llillier 

Hll, W North Augusta 

Hall, II. (Super.) Arkwright 

Hall. T Aurora 

Hamilton, T Meaford 

Haney, T., (Local Elder)... . Aylmer W 

Haynes, F Bartonv lle 

Histon, J. (Super.) Copetown 

Henderson, W Talbotville 

Hill, R. \ Huntsville 

Holmes, E Li (ford 

Hocking, J. (Super.) Wiarton 

Hughes. II Hamilton 

Hnsband, R. J Berkeley 

Jackson, T Kirwoiid 

Jackson, G St. Mary s 

Jeffries. T. M Durham 

Johnston, R Millbrook 

Kay, John (Secretary) ....Waterdown 

Kay. J. R Goderich 

Kershnw, E Mount Forest 

Kimball. il. N. (Local Elder.) 

Leith, H East Bolton, Q 

Lever, J. J. A Fenwick 

Livinaston, J Ida 

McAllister. J Kilbride 

MeOann. Wm Appin 

McDiarmid, N. A Chatsworth 

McDiarmid, K Selton 

Ma Jtuiiv. .T Walter s Falls 

McKt-nzie, D. M Gorrie 

Moss. Wm. H Otterville 

Nugent, F, E Milford 

Nugent. II Omemen 

Ojrden T. (Super.) Frankville 

O Hara. J Kendall 

Orme, J. H Delhi 

Orr, J. S Drumquin 

Philp, J Lynden 

Pbilp, W LilTord 

Pitcher, J. T Montreal Q. 

Preston, W Seneca 

Pollard, A Ingers ili 

Rawson, Joseph Thamesvillo 

Rennie, T Porter s Hill 

Richardson. G London 

Robinson, G Lansdown 

Rolston, D. D Outram 

Rump. T. (Super.) St. Catharines 

Savage, D. (Editor) Lftndon 

Scott, James Owen Sound 

Seymour, J. (Super) Straffordville i 

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Seymotir, J. C Nassagaweya 

Sharp, D Huntsville 

Shaw, C Ida 

| Shaw. J. (Super.) Hamilton 

Shuttleworth, J Sweetsburg Q. 

Smylie, R Waterford 

Smyth, D Gait 

Smyth, Wm Hamilton 

j Teeter, C Cannington 

i Tindall, Wm Owen Sound 

! Topping, A. B Lansdown 

Tylnr. R. J Belgrave 

Walker. John Lucknow 

Walker, R Birr 

Warren, J. C. (Super.) Gananoque 

Weaver, F. G Dunnville 

; Webb, W Selton 

! White, James Omemee 

! Whitcomb, O Cavuga 

I Wilkinson, Jobs (<Sper.)...Spriujford 

Wilkinson, Henry Schomberg 

Wilkinson, John A Simcoe 

! Wilkinson, T. L Aurora 

I Williams, Elias Dunnville 

Williams, W. (President) He^oeler 

Williams. J. B Kilbride 

i Willimott, W Harriston 



Methodist Episcopal Church, 
in Canada. 

Has three Annual Conferences, and 
one General Conference. The latter is 

Quadrennial. 

Rev. Jas. Richardson, D.D., Yorkville, 
Bishop, or General Superintendent. 

NIAGARA CONFERENCE. 

, Which meets at Ingersoll, Ont,, the 
fourth Wednesday in April. 1873. 

Adams, E Wyoming 

Athol, T i Lynden 

Au::er, W. H Bel leville 

Barker. D Thamesville 

Bartram. E Tapleytown 

Benson, W Avon, 

Benson. M London 

Benson, C. E Leamington 

Burdet, C Harford 

Bristol, B Jersey ville 

Bristol, E Ancaster 

Brown. W. G Lyuden 

Beemev. A Fenwick 

Oird, T St. Mary s 

Chrichton, C Jerseyville 

Coboe, B. L Caiifield 

(>,k. R. B Luton 

Collins, J. M Kilworth 

Collins. A. J Wntfcrd 

Collamore, 0. G Inger->oll 

Cutler, J. B An -nster 

Cutler, J. W St. David s 

Draper, E London 

Davis, J. T Sprinscneli 

Dimmick, M Mount^erg 

Dickie, N Newhury 

Duff. R Smibra 

Dark. J. A Belleville 

Dockham, II Strut broy 

Eastman, C. S S^nforth 

Eck-r, D Pleasant Hill 

Elliott, J. N Hetrolla 

Elliott. / Oi! Springs 

Emerick. J. W Dresden 

Fansher. W Fin ;al 

Fairchilds, J. F Vienna 

Gardener, J. (Ed. G. O. Ad.) Hamilton 

Gavin. T. J Oiklind 

Graham. Wm Mitr-hoU 

Gifford, M. W Luton 

Grifflu, M Florence 

Griffin, D Vienna 

Griffith, A. E London 

Husrhson. W. D Delaware 

Hirtley, G Canboro 

Hubbell, J C Fairflold 



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Hibbard, H. N Dunnville 

Hunt, G Point Abino 

Howey, R. A Norwich 

Jones, A Sylvan 

Jones, D. W Wallaceburg 

Johnston, G. H Ilnmberstone 

Kennedy, J. H Highgate 

Kerr, S. L. Bothvrell 

Kilty. II. J Park Hill i 

Kelly, D. W Nanticoke 

Kennedy, J St. Davids I 

Lawrence. G London j 

Layeock, J Mount Elgin j 

Livingston, J. A Brantford I 

Locke, II Princeton 

Lounsbury, E. B AT on 

Lounsbury, E London 

McLean, J Komoka 

Miller. J. Auburn 

Misner, D. W Welland 

Moore. B. G Lakeside 

Morden, J. P London 

McKay, J. "W North Ridsje 

Philips, J. R Smithville 

Parsons, R. C Hamilton 

Pomeroy. D Brautford 

Palmer, II. B Seaforth 

Petty. E. G Tap .eytown 

Reynolds, J >mbro 

Rose, J Bayfield 

Rouston, T Oakland 

Scratch, A Abiiio 

Stewart, S Lynden 

Smith, G Meaford 

Service, R Kintore 

Smith, F Bothwell 

Sweet, J Hannon 

Ter-willager, S Widder 

Tufford. J. C Aylmer 

Tan wick, J Ingersoll 

Webster, T Newbnry 

Wood. J Sprlngford 

Williams, D Pleasant Hill 

Wright, M. A Goderioh 

Williamson, J. S Hamilton 

Yokoin, W Rstinham 

Yokom, J. W Arkona 

Yokom, D. W Princeton 

ONTARIO CONFERENCE. 

Which meets at Port Perry, the 
first Wednesday in May, 1873. 

Rev. J. Curts, Secretary. 

Abbs, G Auburn 

Argue, T Uxbridge 

Austin, B. F Cobourg 

Baker, E. N Willowdale 

Bennett, G Queen.sville 

Billings, D Minden 

Bradshaw, T. P Brampton 

Brown, T. C Georgetown 

Campbell, A Norham 

Campbell, J. A Belleville 

Caiman. A., A.M. (SennHari/JBelleville 

Carscadden, D Forest 

Carson, R Mount Forest 

Clarke, G Kincardine 

Crcssley, D. "Campbell s Corners 

Crouter, D Cactleton 

Curts, J Weston 

!Deuike, R. B Port Perry 

Durkee, J. F Invetmay 

Egan, J Madoc 

Finn, F.M Norham 

Tester, J Tbornbury 

Ferrier, W. F Teeswater 

Ferguson, A. J Oakviile 

George. J. II Sterling 

Gilbert, J. 1) Ihornbury 

Hilts, .7. II Meaford 

Horton, G Baltimore 

Hutton, B. L Oshawa 

Johnson, H. H.(<Sp d)....*. ...Brighton 

Jones, G Stirling 

Large, R Orangeville 

Lawrence, B. (Sujo d) Newbury 



Lynch. J Hanover 

Lent, J. W Oakwood 

Lund, R. E Orono 

Maybee, A. C..,. n Leskard 

Miller, G Queensville 

Morrison, S Myrtle 

Meyers. T Brooklin 

Marsh, R. W Port Hope 

Moore. J. W Listowell 

Newson, C Castleton 

Norman. W. E Trenton 

Peritte, W Belleville 

Pomeroy, J. C Eciiii-killen 

Pomeroy, W. M Creemore 

Sanderson, R Meaford 

Sanderson, J.W Homing s Mills 

Sills, W. A Brighton 

Simpson, C. A Colborne 

Simpson, J. M Wallbridge 

Shaw, W. H Palermo 

Smith, F. M Rockwood 

Stephenson, G. W Brighton 

Taylor, C Baltimore 

Thurrtan, A. L Willowdale 

Tindall, R. L Garafraxa 

Will. E Brampton 

Wright, A Wallbridge 

Watts, J. H Headford 

BAY OF QUINTE CONFERENCE. 

Whose next session will be held at 
Gananoque, commencing third Wed 
nesday in May, 1873. 

F. B Stratton, Secretary. 

Andrews, J. H Canniftorj 

Anderson, A. H Demorestville 

Aylsworth, I. B Ottawa 

Bell, J. D Newburg 

Belts, L. A Milf ;rd 

Bird, W Belleville 

Blair, W Ottawa 

Brill, D Verona 

Brill, J L^ruihurst 

Brown, W Mallorytown 

Brown, D. (Sup d) Gemley 

Bull, J. G Seafortb. 

Badgeley. E. J Belleville 

Burgess, P. C... Belleville 

Chifholm, F Morvin 

Claik, J. T Forest Mills 

Davy, M Napaiiee 

Dawson, A Venuacher 

Ferguson, J Parmergville 

French, G Ongley 

Fuull, J Invtnnay 

Graham, W. H Charlevilfe 

Hill, J Demorestville 

Howard, E. S Aultsville 

Howard, N. II Loughboro 

Howard. E. E Kennebec 

Ilulin, J Gananoque 

Knowlton, S 1 . B Eganville 

Lane, B West Wincnefter 

La Du, S. W Lyn 

Martin, A Tweed 

Muvity, John Iroquois 

McAmmond, T Winchester 

McNully. J. (Sup d) Vankleek Hill 

McDonald, T. H Riceviile 

Orser, E Verona 

Orser, A. 11 Newbury 

Palmer,! H Morven 

Peters, N. D Tweed 

Phillips, W. A Arnprior 

Pickett, T. W Odessa 

Pope, R. M Belleville 

Rogers. J. A Wolfe Island 

Rose. J. L liaston s Corners 

Service, W Tamworth 

Seymour, H. (Sup d) White Lake 

Shorts, Alex Edwardsburg 

Sills, J.W Belleville 

Smith, B Wilton 

Snider, W. H Newburg 

Stone, S. G Napanee 

Stratton, F.B Picton 

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Sanderson, E. A Inkerman 

Smith, D Newington 

Shorts, 11 Huntly 

Thrasher. J. W Cloyne 

West, I. N. D Verona 

White, G. S Odessa 

Williams, H Elgin 

Wilson, D , Napanee 

Wilson. J. F Iroquois 

Woodcock, E Forest Mills 

Young, "8 Melville 

Young, Joseph Lyn 



Independent Methodist 
Episcopal CliurcH. 

The Twelfth Annual Conference of 
the I. M. E. Church meets in the city 
of Detroit, Mich., on September 3rd, 
1873. 

Rev. A.R. Green, Bishop... Detroit, U.S. 
Rev. Jas. Simpson Secretary, Chatham 

Broad, Thomas Windsor 

Brooks, E. (Local Elder) MarbleVillage 
Colemarj, B., Cor, Scc.Mis.Soc.. Windsor 
Freeman, C. M.. Miss. Tres... Windsor 

Godfrey. Richard Amherstburg 

Moore, Wm. J. (Missionary)... Raleigh 
Kobioson, D. (Local Dea.)... Colchester 
Turner, D. (Missionary) Dover 



British Metliodist Kyiscopal 
Clim-cli in Canada. 

Founded A.D. 1856. 
Right Rev .Willis Nazrey, General Su 
perintendent, Chatham. 
Mr. W. Chandler, Treasurer, Chatham. 
Rev. R R. Disney, Secy of Conference, 
G .n. Book Steward and Editor Miss. 
Messenger. St. Catharines. 
ROY. Wm. II. Jones, Agent for (lie 
Nazrey Institute, Chatham. 

Abbot, AVilliam II Toronto 

Anderson, L. B Buxton 

Banyard. W Drumruondville 

Blount, G. R Windsor 

Bowers, Wm Brantford 

Brown, S. H Peel 

Butler, C.. London 

Butler, Wm Montreal 

Goldman, Jesse Halifax, N.S. 

Crosby, Caswell Pleasant Valley 

Disney, R. R ;..Toronto 

Dorsay, C. W Owen Sound 

Gossley, Charles, sen. ..Liverpool, N.S. 

Gossley, Stephen Chatham 

Hail, S Collingwood 

Hall, Stephen Windsor 

Hamilton, Charles. ..Fredericton, N.B. 

Harris, Mark Brantford 

Hawkins. W Ait. Edit. St. Catharines 

Hayes, William Mill Village 

Hemon, J Gore Carnden 

Jackson, H. C London East 

James, N Kentbridge 

Jefferson, T Brantford 

Johnson, C. A Colchester 

Johnson, Robert Guelpb. 

Mayo, C.. Nazrey Institute 

McIIarpe r, E Liverpool, N. S. 

Miller, R London 

Miller. Thomas Owen Sound 

Moore, E. L Ingersoll 

O Banyoun, Jo?ephus... . Halifax, N. S. 

O Banyoun. Peter Usborne 

Run, J 8th Con. 

Smith, Fleming Bedford 

Smith, Desmond (Gen. Miss.) Halifax 

Smith, P. B Dresden 

Stewart, B Dresden 

Thompson, C Peel 

Vick, N 10th Con. N. C. 

Wayner, Jeremiah Otterville 

Washington, C. A St. John, N. S. 



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Whipper, B. P Hamilton 

"Williams, G. D Shelbourne 

York, Alfred Chatham 



Primitive Methodist Church 
iu Canada. 

Rev. J. Markham, Pres. of Conference- 
Rev. W. Newton, Sec. of Conference. 
Rev. W. Bee, Mis. Sec. dsBook Steward. 
Rev. Wm. Rowe, Editor of Christian 
Journal, 10 YoDge Street, Toronto. 
R. Walker, Gen. Treasurer, Toronto. 

Adams. T. (Sup.) Gait 

Allen, W. C Clan-merit 

Amey, T Manchester 

Auger, K Walkertou 

Bee, W Tor into 

Bell, J. P Woodstock 

Boyd, T. F Chatham 

Boyle, K Bowinanville 

Boyes, J. S Charing Cross 

Brown, B. J Laurel 

Bryant, T Clarksburg 

Burdge, J Pleasant Hill 

Cade, R Hamilton 

Cheetham, J Woodstock 

Clark, G Stafford 

Cook, W Widder 

Corcoran, J. S Parkhill 

Crompton, T Bairie 

Davison, J. (Sup.) Toronto 

Day, G Widder Station 

Dean. ,V. II Deniston 

Dennis, J Mount Hurst 

Dudley, T Strathroy 

Dyke, J Bradford 

Edgar, J Yorkrille 

Foster, T Lavender 

Garner, J Humber 

Gifford, G. A Toronto 

Gilpin, J. W Albion 

Goodman, J Mutton 

Griffith, T Toronto 

Guttery, T Torouto 

Hall, L York 

Harris II Toronto 

HasRsrd, K Drumbo 

Hajlock, J. J Bradford 

Herridge, W Brampton 

Heyworth. A Hawksville 

Hnggini, W...; Wyoming- 

Hnghan, W. S London 

Idle, D st. H. lenfl 

Johnson C Guelph 

Jolliffe,.T. W Brantford 

Knapp, A Durham 

Lacey. J. (Sup.) Loughboro 

Lee, G. F Maikdala 

Lewis, G.. B.A Kingston 

Lidstone. J. K Cnllinsby 

Lomas. W Or/ingi-viHe 

Lyle, W. (Sup) Yorkville 

Markham, J Wexfurd 

Matthews, M. II. (Sup.).. Mount Hurst 

Mttingley, C Raveushoe 

McKeo, K Brampton 

lUddleton, E Pentland 

Milner, J Bsrrie 

Moore, J. K Loaghborough 

Nattrass, T Paris 

NattraM, J London 

Newton. W Sandford 

Nixon, G N^panee 

Nixon, W [>al*tou 

Ockley, J. F Toronto 

Parrish, H Stratford 

Pattison, R Bracebridire 

Paul, R Falkirk 

Porter, J:F Chatham 

Pyke,W Woodham 

Reeve, B Bracebridge 

Reid, W Laskey 

Robinson, J. W Humber 



Rofie, C Stratford 

Rowe, W Toronto 

Ryder, I Hawksville 

Sawers, E. H Gormloy 

Scott, T. G Bervie 

Simpson, D Feversham 

Simpson, J. (Sup.) Oransreville 

Sims, T Maple 

Smith, J Victoria Square 

Stephenson,R Feversham 

Tarrant, W : Arthur 

Thompson, G. n Moray 

Thompson. J Selkirk 

Thompson, R Clifford 

Thomley, W Bluevale 

Towler, J. (Sup.) Brantford 

Toy, R. Toronto 

Walker, J Rosemount 

Wallace, H Prince Albert 

] Uatson, G , Newbridge 

Wellwood N Brampton 

Whitworth, E Bruce Mine?! 

Willis. S. C tongkborough 

Wilson, A Wexford 

Wood, G Guelph I 



Congregational Denomination. 

The Congregational Union of Canada 
will hold its next meeting at Brant- 
ford, on Wednesday, 4th June, 1ST 3, 
at 7.30 p.m. 

R v. K. M. Fenwick, Chairman. 
Rev. W. F. Clarke, Sec-Treas., Guelph. 
Rev. Enoch Barker, ^Stat. Secretary. 

Canada Cony. Miii y Soc y. 
H. Wilkea, D.D., Sec.-Treas., Montreal. 
J. Wood, Home Secretary. Brantford. 

Adams, L. P Fitch Bay, Q. 

Allworth. Wm. H Paris 

Archer, M. D Speedside 

Barker, E Fergus 

Brown. John Lanark Village 

Brown, Robert Garafraxa 

Burgess, Wm Valetta 

"Ui.ipir.an. Charles, M.A.. Montreal, Q. 

Clarke. W. V Guelph 

Claris. W. II. A . Sarnia 

Col well, H. J Waterloo, Q. 

Day, B. W Stouffville 

Dickson, J. A. R Toront > 

Douglas, James Middlcville 

Duff. A Sherbrooke. Q. 

Kenwick. K. M Kingston 

Fruser, J Montreal 

Gibbs, S. T .....Wbjtby 

Gray, M. S Laurel 

Hay, Wm Scotland 

Hay, James Brockvilie 

Hen de Bourck, W. II Stratford 

Uindley. J. I., B.A Fmmc 

Howell. James Gran by 

Jackson. S. N Tonmr n 

Lewi*. Richard Belleville 

Macallum. I). Unionville 

Marling, F. II Toronto 

McColl, a. C. W., M.A 

McGregor, Dugald Manilla 

M Gregor, Duncan, B.A M": 

Mi Kinnon. N Tivertnn 

Peacock, W. M Atliol 

I owis. H. D Quebec. Q. 

1 ullnr, Thomas Hamilton 

Purkis, G Wate rville. Q. 

Keikio, T. M Bowmanville 

Kobinnon, K. J Burford 

Robinson, R Owen Sound 

Rogers, J Stanstead, Q. 

Salmon, J., B.A Forest 

Sanderson, J. G Rugby 

Sherrill, K. J Eaton, Q. 

Shipperley, James Abbotsford 



Silcox, Charles Meaford 

Smith, J. M Amherstburg 

Smith, W. W Pine Grove 

Snider, Solomon Wroxeter 

Unsworth, Joseph Georgetown 

Wallace, R. W., B.A London 

Watson, C. P Cowansville, Q. 

Wheeler, Joseph Albion 

Wilkes, H., D.D Montreal 

Wood, John Brantford 

Not in Pastoral CJiarge. 

Baker, Thomas Toronto 

Burchill, R Georgetown 

Byrne, J. T. (F.C. Miss.Soc.) ...Whitby 

Campbell, J 

Clarke. W. (Indian Mission) Paris 

Cornish, Geo., LL.D.^Praf) Montreal 

Deuny, II i ram . Alton 

Dunkerly, D Durham. Q. 

Durrani, John Stratford 

McGill, A Ryckman s Corners 

McKilliean. J. (C.S.S. V.)... Danville, Q. 

M <nly, J. G Toronto 

Middleton, James Elora 

Parker, A. J Danville, Q. 

IMttH.m, J. T 

Porter, James (School Sup.) ... Toronto 



Evangel Jcal Association, 
Canada* 

Conference meets at South Caynga, 
Haldimand Co., Ontario, on the third 
Thursday in ApriJ, 1873. 

Rev. J. J. Escher, Bishop or General 
Superintendent, Chicago, 111. 

Rey. C. A. Thomas, Secretary. Berlin. 

Ren. S. N. Moyer, Mission. Treasurer, 
New Hamburg. 



Alters, Peter 

Anthes, J ..................... Sebringville 

Bechtel, J. (Retired) .......... Mildmay 

Bernhardt, G ................ Sebringville 

Braun, G ........................ Platt* villa 

JBraun, C. F .................. Normanton 

Dierlam, H ...................... St. Jacobs 

Dippel.D .......................... Ch!j,:j;nva 

Finkbginer. G. (Local) ......... Crediton 

Goetz, J. (Local) ............ Sebringville 

Graff. G. M ..................... Aldborough 

Hauch. Theod ..................... Clifford 

Herland. Francis ............... Waterloo 

Holzman, H ..................... St. Jacob s 

Krrjpp. Samuel .................. Campden 

Lingt-lbach. J ................... Lynedock 

Maurer, M ............... . ........ Crediton 

Miller, J. (Local) .................. Elmira 

Meyer, F. F ...................... Benmiller 

Morley, Stephen ............... Campden 

Morzolf, J ........................ UnionviJle 

Moyer, S. N ............... New Hamburg 

Jash, J. (Local) ............... Campden 

Pfeffer, C ......................... IVmbroke 

Rotharmel, L. (/Mired)... Aldborough 
Sauer. H. (1-dlirai) ............ Ctiippawa 

Schneider, N. (Local) ............ Selkirk 

. : c !i\var/, F. (Local) .................. Doon 

Scharffe. F ........................ Hamilton 

Schmidt, Wm ........................ Bvrlin 

Schwandt, Wm ............ Gowanftown 

Spies, C. A ........................ -Tavistock 

Sti-iiernagel, C ..................... Selkirk 

Staebler, George ............... Tavistuck 

Staeblcr. John (Retired) ....... Ratho 

Thomas. C. A ........................ Berlin 

Umbsch. J ............... New Hamburgh 

Umbach. S ............... New Hamburgh 

Weber. Solomon ............... Morriston 

\V"rncr, Henry ..................... Zurich 

Wildfang, L. (Retired) ......... Tavistock 

Wiukler, Ph ..................... Hanover 

Waiter. J. (Local) ......... Gowanstown 

Yem ni, J ....................... Campden 



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Canada Christian Conference 

Thos. Garbutt, President, Castleton. 

T. H. Shanlts, Clerk. 

B. Howard. Treasurer, Newmarket. 

Clark, W. S Romio, Mich. 

Fowler, S. M Oshawa 

Fowler, S. M Newmarket 

Garbutt, Thomas Castleton 

Gilfillen, J Orono 

Graham, Jeremiah Queensville 

Hayner, Charles Queensville 

Hayward. S. B Drayton 

Henry, Albert N Ofhawa 

Henry, Thomas Oshawa 

Henry, Wm Karriston 

Johnston, J Bloomington 

Macklein. John Gormley s Corners 

Percy, Wm Whitevale 

Rogers. B. J Oshawa 

Buss, J.I/ Grafton 

Tatton, Jesse Whitevale 

Trull, W. W Orono 

Vancamp, Jesse Bowrnanville 

Wriejit. J Editown, N.Y. 

Wright, Robert Gormley s Corners 



Bible Christian Church lit 
Canada* 

Conference meets at Lindsay, on the 
first Thursday in June, 1873. 

Ovnnexional Officers. 

J. Whitlock, President of Conference. 
J. J. Rice, Secretary of Conference,. 
J. Kenner, Missionary Secretary. 
E. Roberts, Gen. financial Secretary. 
C. Barker, Elitor and Book Steward. 



Allin, Roger ..................... Perry town 

ArcBer. J ......................... Tlxbrifige 

Ashley. Tsa*c ..................... Colborue 

Ayers, Walter ..................... Lindsay 

Baker, R ...................... Bowmanville 

Barker, C ..................... Bowmanvillo 

Beer, William C .................. Lambeth 

Bodle. G ................................ Grey 

Butcher. J. W ................... Mitchell 

Butt. William II ................ Maripoea 

Cantlon, D ......................... Usborne 

Chappie. Jno ........................ Orange 

Clarke, A ................... Prince Albert 

Collins, J., 1st ......... ............ Lindsay 

Collins, J.. 2nd... Surnmerside, P.E.I. 
Copeland, George C ...... Ashburnham 

Courtice, R. T ................... Mariposa 

Bunkley. G ...... Button and Baaverton 

Ebbott, Henry ..................... Lisbon 

Edwards, J. (Sup.) ............... Kxeter 

Eynon, J. II. (Sup.) ............. Tyrone 

Gale. J. (Sup.) ............. Bowmauville 

Gordon, A ........................ Belleville 

Greene, T. (Sup.) .................. Clinton 

Guard, John ..................... Columbus 

Hardy, Mark ..................... Hamptnn 

Harris, John.. Lambeth & St. Thomas 
Haycraff, George (Sup.) ......... Lisbon 

Hodnett, Wm ................... Cleveland 

Hoidge, J ....................... Peterboro 

Holmes, John ............. Prince Albert 

Hooper, W ........................ Cobourg 

Hull, Thomas B ................. Palmyra 

Hurley, R ......................... Welcome 

Jolliffe,W ............................ London 

Jolliffe, Samuel .................. Yorkville 

Kelly, Arthur. ..Button and Beaverton 
Kenner, Henry ..................... Exeter 

Kenner, Jno ........................ Oshawa 

Kenner, W ........................ Hamilton 

Kestle, James. Wheatley River. P.E.I. 
Kinley, W ..................... Huntingdon 

Kinsey, J ........................ Colchester 

Langdon, J. (Sup.) ...... Prince Albert 

Mallett, Richard, B.A... Campbell ford 



Medland. W.. Murray Harbour, P.E.I. 
Metherall, F. (Sup.) West Cape, P.K.I. 

Metherall, Moses Hungerfurd 

Morris, A. (Sup.) Uxbridge 

Newcombe, Henry A Hungerford 

Pascoe, W. S Bowmanville 

Quance, Wm Exeter 

Rice, J. J Toronto 

Rice, S. H Lakefield 

Richard. Alex.... Ingersoll & Dereham 

Roach, W. R Irigersoll & Dereham 

Roberts, E Hampton 

Robins, P Mitchell 

Rowe, Richard B.,Vernon River.P.E I. 

Schuster, Anselm Pickering 

Smith. George Fenelon 

Tapp, J. B. (Sup.) Port Hope 

AVale, Joh n Usbnrne 

Wade, W Clinton 

Webber, G .Charlottetown. P. E. I 

Whitlock. J Maripofa 

Wickett, L.W Port Hope 

Williams. J. (Sup.) Pickering 

Woodman, W ..Wiaiton 

Yelland, J. G West Cape, P.E.I. 



Regular Baptist Ministers. 

Alexander. John Brantford 

Anderson, G Aldershot 

Anderson, W. K Vankleek Hill 

Arms, A. L Sutton Flats 

Austin. A ..Simcoe 

Baird, D Bnnkworth 

liiknr, A. C Fingal 

Baldwin. 1 A St. Thomas 

Baldwin. D Strathroy 

lialdwin, J. A Gladstone 

Barry, R EastBoltpn 

Bates. J. M Port Firry 

Bates, John Woodstock 

Beardsall, W. C Ingersoll 

Bedell. A St. Armands 

Berry, K Langton 

Binga, A Toronto 

Bodenbender, C Beilin 

Helton. H Hartford 

Bone, T. (Missionary). ..St. Catharine* 

Bonner, J. Windsor 

Booker. Theoph Drunibo 

Bresea, J. M Storrinirton 

Burke, J Hartford 

Burns. G ." Port Royal 

Bu>h, F. (Retired) Chatham 

Calder, J. G Mount i i icst 

Cldwell, W. A Bundas 

Cameron, A. A Ottawa 

Cameron, J Lindsay 

Cameron, W. H Jerseyville 

Campbell, A. (not Pastor) ... Lochabar 

Campbell. J. L Chatham, Ont. 

Carey. W Jerseyville 

Carroll, C Peterbo-ough 

Chandler, J Coaticook 

Cheetham, Wm Montreal 

Chesney, Elijah Waterdown 

S Clarke. John (Ketired) Guelph 

Clarke.J.W Arkona 

Claus. S. (Indian pr.) \ Mohawk 

Glutton, Jos., (Retired) Aylmer 

Cocks, H Vittoria 

Collins, T Strathroy 

Converse, N Hereford 

Cooper, James, D.D London 

Coutts, James Tiverton 

: Ci^wford, John (Prof.) Woodstock 

Cunningham, S Waterford 

Currie, D. (Retired) Wolverton 

I Curtis, George Silver Hill 

j Davidson. T. L., D.D. ... Aylmer, Ont. 

I Davis, S. II Dresden 

Dempsey, John Ingersoll 

Denovan, J Montreal 

Dougharty. O. A, M.A.... Leamington 

Bowling, J. T, Uxbridge 

Dunnett, S Cramahe 



Durling, R. M ....Amherstburg 

Dyall, T Peterborough 

D.vke, S. A Toronto 

Eisenmenger, J Hauovey 

Elliott, Isaac (Retired) ... Mount Elgin 

Emerson, C. II Alconquin 

Facey, A. M EHmville 

Fairfax, R. N St. Catharines 

Fellman. J Brant 

Ferguson, J. Baruston 

Finch. John White Vale 

Fitch, H Kino-sville 

Fitch, H. P Port But wall 

Folger, S. W New Sarum 

Forsyth. W Hanisburg 

Kraser. W Tiverton 

Fyfo, R. A.. D.D Woodstock 

Gilt", Thomas Montreal 

George, W BAdgetown 

Gerrie, J Elora 

Gibson, Job (Retired) New Sarum 

Gillies. A Sawyersrille. Quebec 

Gold. M Whitby 

Gonne, Wm. (Retired) Sparta 

Garrett, J. C . . Delhi 

Grafftey. George Kingston 

Granr/W Hillsburg 

Griffin. G. H St. George 

Green, J., Bible Society Agt... Montreal 

Greutzner, Ed . Wilinot 

Halcroft, L. (not Pastor) Carletou Place 

Hansboro. J Chatham 

Harcus, H Port Colborne 

Harris, G. (Lie.) East Williams 

Hastings, E. (Lie.) Westport 

Haviland, Win. II Kewbury 

Haycock, C. W Otterville 

Hazleton, W. P lona 

Henderson, Thos Paris 

Herrington, R. (Retired) ... KingsvIUe 

Herrington. R. H Kingsville 

Hiagins, .Tobn Thurso 

Hill, J. (Indian Pr.) PMuncey 

Hillyard, W g^ckstoa 

Holmes, G Ciarence 

Hooper, Wm. (Retired) Mt. Healy 

Hooper, W Wiikesport 

Hubb?. John Sandwich 

Hrff, J. B Boston. 

Hulbert. W Mount ".Elgin 

Hurd, J. C., M.D Brantforfi 

Jackson, S Eden 

Jackson, P. (Lie.) Shrewebury 

Johnson, J. C Schomberg 

Jones. R Hamilton 

Keeteh. S. C Drumbo 

Kni;:, John Notfield 

King, Joseph Port Hope 

Lacey. W Wicklow 

Lacy", F Buxton 

Lawson, J Glenallan 

Lennie. R Smith s Falls 

Lince, J Komoka 

Lloyd. H., JU.A Toronto 

Longfish, J. (Indian pr.) ... Tuscarora 

Lorimer, .1. G.. A.M. Beebe Plain 

Lowther, W. D ............ Burgessville 

Mackie,J Guelph 

Manning, J. W Almonte 

Marsh, James Inverness 

Maecar, N Silver Hill 

McCaul. D Musselburg 

McClelland, R Toronto 

McConnell, S Port Burwell 

McDermxnd, W. L fort Rowan 

McDonald. P St. Mary s 

Me Ronald, Niel Wallacebnrgb. 

McDonald, A Maclutyre 

McDonald, Alex Sparata 

McDiarmid, D Omond, 

McKachran. 8 Westport 

McFadyen. A Danville 

McGregor, George Warwick 

McGregor, M Farmersrille 

Mclntyre, A Manilla 

Mclntyre, Robert Priceville 

McLaurin, J Missionary to India 



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McLean, H Ottawa 

McNab, J. D Massis 

McNabb, F.F., A.M. (Teach.) L Oiignal 

McNeil. D PH-li y 

MoPhail. D (Retired) Osgoode 

Miller, Walter Mount Forest 

Mills, T Union 

Mills, K Point St. Charles 

Moyk, W.(i c.) Tavistoek 

Montgomery, R. B Beamsville 

Moore, J. B Ringwond 

Mudge, E Forestville 

Muir, Win. (Can. Bapt.) Toronto 

Mulhern, D Brockville 

Mulhern, Daniel Philipsville 

Munro, A. H Toronto 

Nelson, J Brooke 

Parker. A Drew s Mills, Q. 

Patterson, W. S Osbawa 

Paynter, J. (Retired) Chatha u 

Perreu, Christopher Georgetown 

Pickard, Wm Hornby 

Northrup, Charles Forest 

Oakley, J. (Retired) Bronte 

Ohlgart, M Wilmot 

Osborne, W. T Honghton 

Nichols, II Harlem 

Nott, R Port Perry 

Pickard, J. A., B.A Cheapside 

Pickard, Robert, B.A Guelph 

Proctor, B Little River 

Pugsley. W Cheapside 

Pyper, James, D.D Yorkvillct 

Bainboth, E Osnabruck Centre 

Randall, L. M Mount Brydges 

Ratcliff, Frederick Duudas 

Beid, H Brisbane 

Rice, Isaac J We -tover 

Richardson, George Hamilton 

Richmond, H Bayham 

Riendeau. T... Ste. Marie de Monnoir 

Roberts. J DrummonJTille 

Robert*, A., B A Binbrook 

Robertson. P. G Bothwell 

Ro.-:s. Robert Owen Sound 

Bo we, Win. B Orchard 

Row land, D. W Denfield 

\ G.J. (Retired) Port Ryerse 

. James Harnia 

Scott. A Port Rowan 

Sherman, E. D Claremont 

Waterford 

Sliwr, S. i Morton 

Sinclair, Neil \Vrst Arran 

Sinclair, Thomas Wingham 

Smith, A New Samm 

Smith. R. B Forestvjlle ] 

Smith, Wm., M.D Owen Sound 

Smith, J. T Poet Dover 

Smith. Eph. (Ketired) Norwich ! 

gnell, C. Y Louisvill.! 

Spencer, Kd Pa 

Stevens. R Kitley j 

Stewart, A Oncmdaga | 

Stewart, John Carleton Place i 



Stewart, W., B.A Toronto 

Stewart, John Windsor 

Stillwell, Thos Cheapside 

Story. Henry Selkirk 

Stumpf, J Tavistock 

Tapscott, S Fenelon Falls 

Thome, J. W St. Catharines 

Topping, Edward Woodstock 

Torrance, Jno Cheltenham 

Treadwell, W. H Clear Creek 

Truesdell. J. W Warwick. Quebec 

Troy, W Windsor 

Turner, Ezra Harwich 

Timpany, A. V.... Missionary to India 

V;vnloon. J Delbi 

"Vining, S Thorndale 

Vining, J. E Burtch 

Wait, Daniel Grafton 

Walker, Charles Stratford 

Walker, Chas. 2nd Canfleld 

Walker. Wm Simcoe 

Warren, A Creeinore 

Washington, J. H Buxton 

Watson. E Sarnia 

Westover, N Widder 

Williams. Jon Vienna 

Wilson. Q..D.D Merritton 

Wond, E... Hailoway 

Wright, R. (Retired) Goderich 

Wright, D Barrie 

NOTE. The foregoing list is made up 
from the latest official returns and 
documents of the Regular Baptist 
Denomination. 



Baptist Ministers in Canada. 

[No Returns received.] 



Church, Logan Township, Perth. Co., 
Ontario. 

Rev. C. F. W. Rechenberg, Montreal, 
Pretidmt. 

Rev. I . JEhinger, Newstadt, Secretary. 

Mr. H. Vander Smissen, Toronto, 

Treasurer. 
Rev. H. C. Kahler, Stevensville, Mis 

sions President. 

Brezing, T ........................ Bornholm 

Buechsenstein, T .......... New ]>undee 

Ehinger, Fred, .................. >"ewstadt 

Fishbura, E ........................... Maple 

Franke, F. AV .................. Pembroke 

Kahler, H. C .................. Stevensville 

Munzinger, T. N .......... Philippsburg 

Rechenberg, C. F. W .......... Montreal 

Rolh, T. D ...... North Williamsburgh 

Salinger, T .......................... Klmira 

;-chimmel, C ..................... Hamilton 

Sprtng, Chr ............... New Hamburg 

Stahlsdmidt, D ............... Heidelberg 

Telden, T ........................... Toronto 

Veit, Fred ....................... Tavistock 

Wurstcr.T ......................... Preston 

Synod of Missouri. 

Brandt, Von ..................... Middleton 

Bruer, H ............................ Shipley 

Dubpernell, Fr .................. Wellesley 

Ernst, A .............................. Elmira 

Koch, H ..................... Humborstone 

Linsenmann, W ............... Fisherville 

Lohrmann, C ........................ Logan 

>, H ..................... Sebringrille 



Free Baptist Ministers. 

[jYb Returns received.} 

Association of tHe Jf ew Jeru 
salem Church in Canada. 

.Will meet in Conference at Wellesley 
Village, Ontario, on the third Thurs 
day, in June, 1873. 

Rev. Fred. W. Turk, President, Berlin. 
T. M. Martin, Cor. & Rec. Sec., Toronto. 
0. A. Ahrens, Treasurer, Berlin. 

(5 mild, E Montreal 

Saul, R Strathroy 

Turk, F.-W Berlin 

Kvangel. Lutheran Church. 

The thirteenth Convention of tho 
Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran 
Chinch of C.inada will be held on 
Wadn jsday. in d^ptember, before full 
moon, A.D. 1873, in Saint Peter s 



United Brethren in Christ. 

J. J. Glftssbrenner, Bishop. 

George Plowman, Chairman. 

D. B. Sherk, Secretary Annual Oonf. 

A. B. Sherk, Missionary Sec y < Treas. 



Bowman, J. B Freeport 

Clarke, R...:T. Cunning 

i Crowder, P. J .Sheffield 

Glossbrenner, J. J Dayton, O. 

Holmes, J. H llanover 

Kropp, II St. Jacob s 

Leatn, James i reeport 

McCombs, J Dunnville 

MeKeddie, D Rosedene 

Michenor, J WalMngham 

More, C Kockton 

More,W Sheffield 

I lowman, G. (Pres. Elder)... Freeport 

Root, G West Mt. Rose 

Scott, 9 Freeport 

Sherk A. B Freepprt 

Sberk, D. B Stevensville 

[ Sherk, J Dunnville 

Spencer, J Port Elgin 

! Wait, Shrigtey 



.RIFLE ASSOCIATIONS. 



DOMINION OF CANADA RIFLK ASSOCIATION. P" 
His. Excellency the Governor-General < L, <ti . 

President: C. S. Gzowski, Tonm!,.. )--.-, ; 
Allan Gilmour, Ottawa ; Lieut -Col. C. J. Br 
treal; Lient.-Col. Hon. John II. Gray, M.P., St. John ; 
Col. A. J. Laurie, Halifax. r-r,/, ioio.- ! of the 

neial Kill. Associations; Militia Staff Officers in 
command of .Militia Districts. Auditors: JoY 
andThus. D. Jl ittawa. 7 Lieut.-Col. 

Macpherson, Uep.-Asst.-Adjt.-Qeoeral, Ottawa. 
tary: Lieut.-Col. Stuart, Ottawa. 

ONTARIO RIFLE ASSOCIATION. Pair-en His Kxc.-I- 
tency William P. II B., Lieutenas: 

rf Ontario. l ri-<-iilint: C. S. Gzowski. ; dents: 

Judge Macdonald, Gui-lph; Donald Robertson, Q" 



Lieut.-Col. Boulton, Cobourg ; Ti .Uajor 

try: Lt.-Col. T. C. Scoble, 
Major TV. D. Ottur, Toronto ; Ja.s. 
Graliain, Toronto. 

QUEBEC RIFLE ASSOCIATION Pntron: Sir Geori^e E. 
Cartier, Bart., Minister of Militia. Pi lent: I 
Col. I - .- A. Allan. l. : ut. -Col. 

McEacheni, C.M.U., . i. King, Liuut.-Cni. Grant, . 

l.ieut.-Col. McKay, Robert Hanultou, Allu; 
Alleyn, Lii iU 

i, C.M.G., Lieut.-Col. r 
U Orsonnens. 






110 



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[1873. 



NEW BRUNSWICK RIFLE ASSOCIATION. President : 
Lieut. -Colonel B. L. Peters. Vice-Presidents (ex-officio). 
Colonel P. R. Ross, Ad.it. -General of Militia, Canada ; 
Lieut. -Colonel Maunsell, Lieut. -Col. D. R. Jago ; Lieut.- 
Colonel W. T. Baird ; Lieut. -Colonel A. C. Otty ; Lieut. - 
Colonel E. B. Beer. Secretary-Treasurer: Captain T. B. 
Robinson, St. John. 

NOVA SCOTIA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. Patron: H. R. H. 
Prince of Wales. President : Hon. Sir Wm. Young, Chief 
Justice of Nova Scotia. Vice-President: Col. J. W. I 



Laurie, B M Secretary: Capt. J. N. Ritchie. Range 
Officer: Lieut.-Col. MacKiulay. 

MANITOBA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. Patron ; His Excel 
lency the Lieutenant Governor of the Province. Vice 
Patron: Hon. Donald A. Smith, M.P. President: Major 
A. G, Irvine. 1st Vicc-P resident: G. B. Spencer, Esq. 
2nd Vice-President : Major A. Peebles. Council: Capt. 
Sehultz, M.P., Capt. Plain val, Dr. J. C.Bird, Hon. Capt. 
Howard, Capt. Carruthers, Dr. Roy. Secretary: Major 
W. N. Kennedy. Treasurer: Captain C. D. F/Gagnier. 



KINGSTON PENITENTIARY. 



"Warden, John Creighton ; Deputy Warden, John 
Flanigan ; Protestant Chaplain, Rev. H. Mulkins ; 
Roman Catholic Chaplain, Right Rev. Bishop Horan ; 
Surgeon, J. R. Diokson, M.D.; Accountant, D. Mcln- 
tosh ; Joint Architects, Thomas Painter, James Adams ; 



Chief Keeper, T. McCarthy ; Storekeeper, Patrick O Don- 
nell ; Warden s Clerk, H. A. Jones ; Steward, William 
Sullivan"; School-master, ; Hospital 

Overseer, J. Halliday ; Matron, Mrs. Leahy. 



COUNTY OFFICERS, ONTARIO. 



COUNTIES, ETC. 



REGISTRARS. 



ALGOMA DISTR T 

BRANT 

BRUCE 

CARLETON 

DUNDAS . . 

DURHAM, E. R. .. 
" W. R.. 

ELGIN 

ESSEX 

FRONTENAC . 
GLENGARRY , 
GRENVILLE . 
GREY, N.R. . 
GREY, S.R. . 
HALDIMAND , 

HALTON , 

HASTINGS . 



HURON.N.R 

" SR 

KINGSTON (CITY) 
KENT 

LAMUTON 



LANARK, N. R... 



John Savage. SaultSte.Marie. 
T. S. Shenston, Brantford. 
John McLay, Walkerton. 
B. Sherwood, Ottawa. 
J. P. Crysler, Morrisburgh. 
George M. Ward, Port Hope. 
Robt. Armour, Bowmanville. 
John McKay, St. Thomas. 
J. A.Askin. Sa*lwieh. 
James Durand, Viinsrston. 
Alex. McKenzie, Alexandria. 
W. J. Scott, Prescott. 
Thos. Lunn, Owen Sound. 
Thomas Lauder, Durham. 
A. P. Farrell, Ctyuga. 
Thos. Raoey. Milton. 
W. H. Ponton. Belleville. 
W.T. Iliys, Blytb. 
Jas. Dickson. Goderich. 
B irker, Kingston 
P. D McKellar, Chatham. 
T. W. Johnston, Saruia. 
John Mcnzies, Almonte. 



LEEDS 

LENNOX AND 
ADDINOTON 
LINCOLN 



R.-.. James Bell, Perth. 

Ormond Jones, Brockville. 



LND 1 
N .../ 



LONDON (CITY)... 



M. P. Roblin, Napanee. 

John Powell, St. Catharines. 
W. C. L. Gill, London. 



MIDDL SX, E.AN.j Jas. Ferguson, London. 



MIDDLESEX, W.. 
MUS^OK*. DlSTR. 
NlPISSING DlST. 

NORFOLK 

NOKTHUM.,E. R. 
W.R. 



J. Blackburn, Glencoe. 
Charles Lount, Bracebridge. 
John Doran, Pembroke. 
F. L. Walsh, Sirncoe. 
J. M. Grover, Col borne. 
Win. Eyre, Cobourg. 



ONTARIO IJ Ham Perry, Whitby. 

Alex. Burritt, Ottawa. 



OTTAWA (CITY) .. 

OXFORD.... . 

PAR. SOUND Dis. 

PEEL .7.^ 

PERTH, N. R 

PERTH, S. R 

PETERBOROUGH .. 

PRESCOTT 

PRINCE- EDWARD 

RENFREW 

RUSSELL 

SlMCOE 

STORMONT 

THUNDER BAY... 
TORONTO (CITY).. 

VICTORIA 

WATERLOO 

WELLAND . 



Jas. Ingersoll, Woodstock. 
P. McCurry, Parry Sound. 
D. F. Campbell. Brampton. 
Samuel Robb, Stratford. 
P. Whetehan, St. Mary s. 
Ch: .s. i.ubidge, Peterboro . 
John Higsiinson, L Orignal. 
J. P. Roblin, Picton. 
Andrew Irving, Pembroke. 
Jas. Keays, Russell. 
Geo. Lount, Barrie. 
John Copeland. Cornwall. 
D. D. Vannorman,Pi in. Ar.L d. 
Charles Lindsay, Toronto. 
H. Dunsford. Lindsay. 
D. McDougail, Berlin. 
D. D Everardo, Fonthill. 



WELLINGT N, S R! Jaa. Webster, Guelph. 
WELLINGT N,N.R John Anderson, Arthur. 



WENTWORTH 

XORK. S. R 

" N.R 



John H. Greer, Hamilton. 

John Ridout, Toronto. 

Jas. J. Pearson, Newmarket. 



COUNTIES. 



ALGOMA DIST, 

Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac.... 

Grey 

Haldimand .. 

Halton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds AGren. 
L.-n. & Ad.... 

Lincoln 

Middlesex ... 

Norfolk 

North. &Dur. 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterboro ... 
Pres. & Russ. 
Pr. Edward- 
Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, "} 
Du-ndus & > 
OlengfarryyJ 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington... 
Wentworth .. 
York ... 



AUDITORS. 



James Bennetts, bault Sre. Marie. 

Allen Good and Samuel Stanton, Brantford. 

John Eastwood. Normanton ; Dr. Bradley, Bervie. 

Alexander Workman. Ottawa; Ira Morgan, Metcalfe. 

Wm. J. White aud J. P. Martyn, St. Thomas. 

L. A. Nightingale. Windsor; Jos. Ouellette, Sandwich. 

Bernard Kennedy, Sunbury. 

John C. Sprang. Owen Sound ; W. J. Winter, Massie. 

.labez Arnsden, Dunnville: F. J. Ince, Willowgrove. 

Duncan Dewar and Dr. D. Robertson, Milton. 

Ezra W. Holton and Andrew Thomson, Belleville. 

Wm. McKay, Goderich ; W. N. Watson, Seaforth. 

George D. Ross and John E. Brooke, Chatham. 

M. Sullivan, Sarnia; Charles McGlashan, Cofnnna. 

W.H.Radenhurst,Perth; W.R Robsrtson, Smith s Falls. 

S. McCammon, Gananoque; N. E. Brown, New Dublin. 

R. McD. Smith, Tmworth ; R. Collins, Gosport. 

S. S. Junkin, St Catharines ; J. B. Osborne. Bea-msville. 

J;ts. Keefer, I^ondon; M. G. Mnnroe. Wardsville. 
i Wm. Sharp.e aud Wm. Findlay, Simcoe. 

F. Cubitt, Bowmanville; A. A. Becker, Hilton. 
iTnomas Lawli-r, Wliitby; J. W. C. Brown. Uxbriclge. 
Chris. Goodwin. Tilsonburg; James Scarff, Woodstock. 
Uohn Hamilton and W. Dujgan, Brampton. 

J. A. Scott and Thomas Clark. Stratford. 

John J. Hall and C. Burton, Peterboro . 

E. A. Johnson aud John Higginson, L Orignal. 
iThomas Bog and J. E. Patterson, Picton. 
iWm. Murphy and Richard White, Pembroke. 
| Henry Fraser and J. P., Fuljames, Barrie. 

I A. Bethune, Charles Poole, Robert McFarlane, and J 
Bailey, Cornwall. 

James McKibbin and J. R. Dundas, Lindsay. 
l- .phriim Krb, Breslati; Jno. McDougall, Waterloo. 
E. R. Hellems, Welland; L. S. Lundy. Drummondvllle. 
W. S. G. Knowles and E. Newton, Guelph. 
iW. A. Cooley, Ancaster; Jamet Allen, Dundas. 
H. R. Corson. Markham ; W. H. Smith, Newmarket. 



COUNTY SURVEYORS AND ENGINEERS. 

Bruce Cyrus Carroll, Walkerton; Carleton R. Sparks, Ottawa; 
Elgin Bakie & Dyas, St. Thomas; Essex K. O Flynn, Kingsville ; 
Frontenac 3 . Carruthers, Glenvale; Or .yC. Rankin. Owen Sound; 
Haldimand John DeCew, Cayuga; Hastings John Francis, Tren 
ton : Huron Alexander Bay. Clinton ; Lambton E. R. Jones. Sarnia ; 
Leeds Gh-envilte John Burchill, Merrickville ; Lennox & Addington 
W. II. Gordonier. Morven ; Lincoln E.Gardner, St. Catharines; 
Middlesex G. W. Connor. London; Norfolk L. H. Hunt, Simcoe; 
Ontario J. Shier. Whitby; Oxford W. G. Wonham, IngersoU; 
Peel A. B. Scott, Campbell s Cross ; Perth Rath & Campbell. Mit 
chell: Ptterlmro J. Bird, North Douro : Prescott dt Jiussell R. 
Hamilton, L Orignal; Prince. Edward J. 0. Conger, Picton: Ren 
frew S. T. A. Evans, Pembroke; Simcoe II. Creswick, Barrie; 
Siormont, Dundas <6 Glengarry W. Brown, Osnabruck Centre; 
Victoria M. Deane, Lindsay; Waterloo Joseph Hobson, Guelph; 
Wetland F. Holmes, Welland; Wellington (N. R.) John Molloy, 
Arthur; (S.R.) T. W. Cooper, Guelph; Wentworth D. C. O Keefe, 
Hamilton ; York Silas James, Toronto. 

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MASONIC. 

The Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Canada. 

List of Grand Officers for 1872-73. 



M.W. Bro. William Mercer Wilson, Grand Master. 

B. W. Bro. Thomas White, jun., Deputy Grand Master 



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B. W. Br 

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James Gowan, D.D.G.M., 
Francis Weetlake, D.D.G.M., 
H. McK. Wilson, D.D.G.M., 
John E. Harding, D.D.G.M., 
T. M. Anderson, D.D.G.M., 
Edward Mitchell, D.D.G.M., 
R. Kemp, D.D.G.M., 
Henry Robertson. D.D.G.M., 
J. B. Trayes, D.D.G.M., 

F. Richardson, D.D.G.M., 
James Reynolds, D.D.G.M., 
Ed. C. Barber, D D.G.M., 
Wm. Mackenzie, D.D.G.M., 

G. H. Allen, D.D.G.M., 

W. N. Kennedy, D.D.G.M., 

James Bain. Grand Senior Warden 
Horace Merrill, Grand Junior Warden 
Re ir. E. Lounsbury, Grand Chaplain 

REPRESENTATIVES. In the 
Sir John A. Maedonald, K.C.B. 

from the U. G. L. of England, 



St. Clair District. 
London " 

Wilson " 

Huron " 

Wellington " 
Hamilton " 
Niagara " 

Toronto " 
Ontario " 

Prince Edward " 
St. Lawrence " 
Ottawa " 

Montreal " 
Bedford " 
Manitoba " 



Kirns Tully, 
Tlios. Drummond, 
William M. Wilson, 



B. W. Br. Thoutas B. Harris, 



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James A. Henderson " 

T. D. Harington, 33 " 

Thos. B. Harris, 33 

A. A. Stevenson, 32 " 

Henry Macpherson, " 

A. Bernard, " 

W. B. Simpson, " 

Rev.V. dementi, " 

James K. Kerr, " 



G. L. of Ireland, 
G. L. of Scotland, 
G. L. of Illinois, 
G. L. of St. Domingo, 
G. L. of Vermont, 
G. L. of Kansas, 
G. L. of Maine, 
G. L. of New York, 
G. L. of Nova Scotia, 
G. 0. of Portugal. 
G. 0. of Brazil, 
G. 0. of Uruguay, 
G. 0. of N. Grenada, 
G. 0. of Italy, 
G. 0. of Chili, 
G. L. of Texas, 



R. W. Bro. Henry Groff, Grand Treasurer 
" " C. Bsnnet, Grand Registrar 

" Thomas B. Harris, Grand Secretary 

V. W. Bro. John F. Lash, Grand Senior Deacon 

" " W. S. Martin, Grand Junior Deacon 

" Robert Nichols, Grand Superint. of Works 
H. F. Sharp, Grand Director of Ceremonies 
Charles R. Smith, Assistant Grand Secretary- 
Patrick Geraghty, Ast. Grand Dir. of Ceremonies 
" " Bernard Saunders, Grand Sword Bearer 

W. Nivin, Grand Organist 
" " Adam Cranston, Assistant Grand Organist 

E. E. Kitchen, Grand Pursuivant 
" Robert Colquhoun, Grand Tyler 

V.W. Bros. A. J. Donly, Thomas Sargant, Wm. Braund, 
E. R. Carpenter, Aaron McMichael, Alex. S. 
Abbott, Alex. Chisholm, William Dewar, W. 
R. White, James S. Scarff, Wm. H. Archer, 
J. W. Stewart, Grand Stewards. 

Grand Lodge of Canada. 
R. W. Br. Thos. B. Harris, from the G. 
M. W. Br. T. D. Harington, G. 
" " T. D. Harington, " G. 
111. " R. Ramsay, 32 " G. 

R. W. Br. Thomas B. Harris, G. 
M. W. " A. Bernard, G, 

R. W. " Thomas White, jun., G. 
" Thomas B. Harris, 
A. A. Stevenson, 
A. A. Stevenson, 
A. Bernard, 
" R. Ramsay, 
R. W. " D. McLellan, 
M. W. " Jas. Seymour, 
" " W.M.Wilson, 
Wm. H. Fuller, 
W. M. Washburne, 



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Harvey G. Hazalrigg, " 



L. of Tennessee, 
L. of Louisiana, 
L. of Pennsylvania, 
L. of Nebraska, 
L. of Missouri, 
L. of \ew Jersey, 
L. of Nevada, 
L. of Oregon, 
L. of Connecticut, 
L. of Minnesota. 
L. of N. Brunswick, 
L. of Ohio, 
L. of Georgia, 
L. of Mississippi, 
L.of Kentucky. 
L. of Georgia. 
L. ot Ohio. 
L of Indiana. 



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James V. Mackay, 
" Lindsay Mackersy, 
" Samuel C. Fleming, 
" Wm. Pitt Preble, 
" Henry W. Turner, 
" H. A. Johnson, 
" Jacinto de Castro, 
" Andrew K. Mackinlay, 
" E. T. Carr, 
" Dr. F. De P. Romas, 
" J. M. S. Angiano, 
" Antonio M. Mollejas, 
" L. Ximenez. 33 
" Joas C. D Almeida, 



G. L. of Ireland, 
G. L. of Scotland, 
G. L. of Vermont, 
G. L. of Maine, 
G. L. of New York, 
G. L. of Illinois, 
G. L. of St.Domingo, 
G. L. of Nova Scotia, 
G. L. of Kansas, 
G. 0. of Brazil, 
G. 0. of N. Grenada, 
G. 0. of Venezuela, 
G. 0. of Uruguay, 
G 0. of Portugal, 



Lodge of Canada. 

111. Br. Luis Goapil, 33 in 
Francesco De Luca, 
A.M.Medina, 

R. W. Br. G. S. Blackie, 32 M.D. 
John V.Ellis, 
James C. Batchelor, 
Samuel C. Perkins, 
R. C. Jordan, 
George Frank Gculey, 

M. W. Henry R. Cannon, 

R. W. Wm. S. Fish, 

Thos. W. Chubbuck, 
Wm. H. Fraser, 
Thomas White, jun. 



the G. 0. of Mexico, 

" G. 0. of Italy, 

ft G. 0. of Chili. 

G. L of Tennessee, 
G. L. of NewBrunsw, 
G. L. of Louisiana, 
G.L. of Pennsylvania 
G. L. of Nebraska, 
G. L. of Missouri, 
G. L. of New Jersey, 
G. L. of Connecticut, 
G. L. of Nevada, 
G. L. of Wisconsin. 
G. 0. of France. 



* The Eighteenth Annual Communication will be held at Montreal, the 2nd Wednesday in July, A.L. 5873, A.D. 18T3. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



Lodges markel thus (*) hold their Installation of Officers on the festival of St. John the Evang.dist~a.U others on that 

of St. John the Baptist. 



: . 
NO. 


LOB8E. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIGHTS Or MEETINO. 


WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 


SECRETARY. 


1 


*Antiquity Lodge 
*Prevost 


Montreal .... 
Dunham 


First Thursday of every mo. 


W. Br. Alex. Chisholm 
" AD Stevens 


Br. Richard Rowe 
" A R Terrill 


1 




Niagara 




" David Thorburn 


" Peter Smith 


3 
4 
5 


*3t. John s 
*Dorchester 


Kingston ... 
St. Johns .... 


First Thursday " 
First Tuesday " 


" Rich. M. Horsey 
" G. II. Wilkinson 


" John M. Horsey 
" W. Ryder 


6 








* davin Stewart 


" Jas F McClure 


7 




Grimiby...... 




t: William Forbes 


" Robt T Randall 


8 


*Nelson 


Phillipsburgl 






" P E Luke 


9 








t( Geo Wright 


" B S. Abrams 


If) 


*Norfolk 






t( An" J Douly 


" Amos A MerriH 


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Belleville . 






" M. M. Thompson 


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*Golden Rule .... 


Stan stead ... 


Tuesday on or before full moon c 







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*True Briton s ... 


Perth 


First Monday * 


** Jos. F. Kennedy 


" Arch. Campbell 


16 


St. George s 


St. Cath inei 


Tuesday on or before full moon * 


* Lvi Yale 


" Samuel A. Dou^an 








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119 



NO. 


LODGE. 


WHERE HELD 


NIGHTS OF MEETING. 


WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 


BECBETART. 


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St. Andrew s. ... 
St. John s 
*Prinoe Edward s 
*St. George s 
*St. John s 


Toronto ...... 
Cobourg 
Picton 


Second Tuesday of every mo. 
Monday OB or before full moon " 
Thursday on or pre. full moon " 
Third Tuesday " 
Second Tuesday " 
Second Thursday " 
Second Thursday " 
Monday on or lef. full moon " 
Friday on or before full moon " 
i First Tuesday " 
Third Thursday 
Third Tuesday " 
Wednesday preceding full m. " 
Thursday on or bef. full moon " 
First Thursday 
Wednesday on or bef. full moon " 
Wednesday on or aft. full moon " 
First Wednesday " 
Tuesday before full moon " 
Thursday on or aft. full moon " 
Thursday on or bef. full moon " 
Tuesday on or before full m. " 
Tuesday bef. full moon " 
Tuesday on or prec, full moon " 
Third Thursday 
Thursday on or bef. full moon 
First Wednesday 
Tuesday on or before full moon 
First Thursday 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
Second Monday 
Thursday on or bef. full moon 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
Third Thursday 
Friday on or before full moon 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
First Tuesday 
First Monday 
Tuesday on or before full moon " 
Tuesday after full moon " 
Tuesday before full mooa " 
Monday after full moon " 
First Wednesday " 
Third Thursday 
Second Tuesday " 
Fourth Friday 
Wednesday on or;bef. full moon" 
Wednesday on or bef. f nil moon " 
Third Thursday " 
First Thursday < 
Friday on or before full moon " 
First Thursday " 
Thursday on or bef. full moon " 
Thursday after full moon 
Second Tuesday 
Thursday on or bef.Jfull moon " 
First Monday " 
Monday nearest, full moon " 
First Monday " 
Second Wednesday " 
First Thursday 
Wednesdayon or bef. full moon " 
Thursday after full moon " 
First Tuesday " 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon " 
Tuesday qn or bef. full moon " 
Friday on or after full moon " 
Friday on or after full moon 
Thursday nearest full moon 
Third Tuesday 
Friday on or before full moon 
Wednesday on or bef. f. moon 
Wednesday on or aft. f. moon 
Friday on or bef. full moon 
Second Wednesday 
Thursday after full moon 
Second Tuesday 
Thursday on or bef. full moon 
Thursday on or bef. full moon 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
Friday on or before full moon " 
Secoud Wednesday " 
Friday on or before full moon " 
Wednesday after full moon " 
Monday on or bf. full moon " 


W. Br.John Patterson 
" Rii-h. J. Winch. 
" David Deuoon... 
" Auth G. Msb... 
Robt. Wallace... 
" J.G. A. Le Blanc 
" Daniel Spry 
" Mathew McXair 
" K B Read 


Br.W. C. Wilkinson 
" Ji hn Butler 
" Jas.RSpencer,P.T. 
" D. McCoimick 
" M. D. Daws on 
" F. II . Lantier 
" S. P. Richardson 
" R. E. Law 
" Stewart Moag 
" T. W. Farrell 
" E. II. Fogarty 
" F. R. Despard 
" W. R. And*-rsoa 
" W. A. Mayhew 
" Thos. Huston 
" S. Burdtn 
" Charles 01 dfield 
" Wm. Dickson 
" M. J. Salmon! 
" J. D. Ba\imwert 
" C. B. Crow 
" C. H. Slawson 
" Ja.. Young 
" S R. Wickett 
" Alex . Rutherford 
" Lewis Malott 
" Maurice Frank 
" Robt. McWhinnie 
" S. F. Chadwick 
" S. W. McMichael 
1 N. J. Bopart 
S. B. McMullen 

J. O Hara.jun. 
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Montreal 
London 
Montreal .... 
1 Toronto 
Richm dHill 
Smith s Fal s 
Toronto 
Port Hope ... 
Hamilton ... 
Kemptville .. 
Brighton .... 
Whitby 
Bowmativille 
Dunnville ... 
Goderich 
Amherstb rg 
Cayuga 
Fonthill 
Ingersoll .... 
Trenton 
Brooklin 
Hamilton ... 
Kingsfille ... 
London 
Woodstock... 
St. Thomas... 
Branlford ... 
Chatham .... 
Windsor 
Madoc 


/etland .. 


King Solomon *.. 
Richmond , . 
St. Francis 




" 11. W Davies ... 
" J. B. Tra\es ... 
" John M. Gibson 
" Gto. A Leslie.. 
" Ira B Thayer 


Ontario 


i*Strict Observ ce 
Mount Zion 
United 


Composite .... 
"Jerusalem ... . 


" John Stanton... 
" J. Milne 


" C. K. S. B ack... 


Goderich 


Thistle >. 
St. John s 


" C. W. Thomas... 
" John Hoshell... 
" Win. Anderson. 
Chas. II. Sorley 
Wm. T. Barker. 
J. P. Campbell. 
Chas. R. Smith. 
E.Allworth 
J. A. Balk will... 
Jas. S. Scarff. ... 
John Midfiley... 
H. McK. Wilson 
J. H. Luscomhe 
Jas. Gibson 
J. S. Loomig 
No returns . . 


Welland 


*King Hiram ... 
*Trent 


*Monnt Zion 
*St. John s 


*St. George s 
St. George s 
King Solomon s.. 
*3t. Thomas 
Brant 


Wellington 


Great Western.. 
Madoc 


*Harington 
Consecon 


Quebec 


Consecon .... 
Grahanrrille 
Ottawa . 


J. McG. Young. 
Joseph Figg . ... 
Ja. J. Red ford. 
Carlos Skinner. 
Jesse Martin.... 
A. M. Wright... 
James Gowans. 
John Simpson. 
Einan l Lievers. 
Geo. Logan, M.D. 


Levi C. Bailey 
John Lamb 
C. S. Scott 
" 0. W. Ellis 
Arthur Cook 
Walter Wickwire 
Charles Wilson 
John Brown, jr. 
D. P. Williams 
Joseph Potts 


*Corinthian 
Balhousie 


*Shefford 


Waterloo .... 
Maple 
Mirickville .. 


*Vaughan 
Mirickville 
Victoria 


Harmony 


Binbrook .... 
Ottawa 
Ottawa 


Doric 


Corinthian 
Hoyle 


LaColle 
Hamilton ... 
Caledonia ... 
Carlet nPl ce 
London 
Toronto 
Newcastle ... 
Richmond ... 
Ingersoll .... 
Stirling 


*Acacia 


Hugh Murray- 
James Old 
John McArt^n. 
H. A. Baxter ... 
N. G. Blgelow... 
R. T. Wilkinson 
No returns 


Wm. J. Crankshaw 
R. L. Nelles, p. t. 
Irwin Stuart 
Thos. F. McMullen 
J. M. Davids 
Edward Simm 


St. Andrew s ... 
St. John s 


Kil winning 
Reboboam 
Durham 


St. Francis 
St. John s 


E. Lounsbury... 
Geo. K. Bull .... 


Alex. Macaule 
R. Finch 


Victoria 


Sherbrooke .. 
Gait 
St. Mary s ... 
Maitland .... 
Toronto 
Woodstock .. 


Alma 
St. James 
St. James 
St. John s 


W. S. Burnett... 
H. F. Sharp 
Geo. 0. Longley 
B. Saunders . ... 
Robert Stark ... 
A. Hudspetb . ... 
L. C. Sinclair ... 
Wm.H.Walkem 
W. D. Hammond 
G. Billington ... 
W. S. Martin ... 
Jos. C. Small ... 
D..M. Malloeh... 
J. B Sauuders. 
W. H. Archer... 
Marsh. Macklin 
Allen Cameron. 
John Nettletoii 
R. E. Bvwater . 
Arch. McMillen 
T. C. Koc.klidge, 
Wm. B. Burgess 
G. Goodwin 
Robert King.... 
J?.ii. Kavanagh. 
JohnGilmour... 
A. Williums .... 
A. H. Walker... 
J.F. Dennistoun 
Peter McCarthy 


J. C. Donaldson 
W.Tytler 
David Maxwell 
Kdward Tvncr 
Chas. L. Beard 
Thomas Bsall 
Geo. Van norms a- 
James G. Graham 
Joseph Mills 
E. Handy 
Wm. Miller 
Charles Grist . 
R. A. Barton 
Jas H. Blackburn 
R. T. K. Coady 
John G. Munns 
Wm, J, Graham 
ChftS. E. Stephecg 
George Kevs 
John K. Oliver 
James LeGear 
Robt. R. Goulding 
Melbourn Durkee 
T. E. RawKon 
A. H. Willson 
" John Hickman 
" Win. H. Bowden 
" JameH S. Bsillie 
" Frtdt-rick W. Hall . 
" Joseph E.Begtgn 


Oxford 


Faithful Brethr. 
King Hiram .... 


Tileonburg .. 
Bradford .... 
Newbury .... 
Mt. Brydges 
Paris . 


Albion 


St. John s 




Beaver 


Stratbroy ... 
Clinton 


Clinton 


Rifeing Sun 


Farmersville 


Wilson 


Markhuin Union 
St. George s 


Marklmm ... 
Owen Sound 
Collingwood 
Colborne 
Kingston .... 
Kincardine .. 
Port Stanley 
Otterville .... 
Carrie 
Sharon 


Manito 


Colborne 


Cataraqui 


.Northern Light 
St. Mark s 


Ridout*. 


Corinthian 
Sharon 


True Blue .. 




Tuscan 


Newmarket 
Dundas 
Peterboro ... 
St.Cath rines 


Valley 


Coiinthian 
Maple Leaf 



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[1873. 


no. 


LODGE. 


WHERE HELD. 


KI6HT8 OF MEETING. 


WORBHIPFTJl MASTER. 


SECKETART. 


104 


St. John s 


Norwich vil)e 




W.Br. Jas Hnken 


Br Joseph A Tidey 


10ft 


St. Mark s 


Drum dville 




* k J. McGarry 


" T. W Woodruff 


106 


Burford 


Bur ford 




" Win. G. Nellis... 


" John Findlay 


107 


St.. Paul s 


Lambeth .. 




" W L Odell 


W II Baitium 


108 




Drumbo 




" B Benedict 


" J. Robertscn 


109 


*Albion 






" N F Dupuis 




110 


*CentraI 


Prepcott ...... 


First Tuesday 


" John Kaston.... 


John P. McCarthy 


111 








" John Duck 


J. H. Thomson 


m 


Maitland 


Godericb ... 




" W. R Squier ... 


J. T. Garrow 


113 


*Wilson 


"\Yaterford ... 




" A. McMichael... 


E. E. Chipman 


114 


*Hope 


Port Hope 




" John Wrieht ... 


N. Hock in 


115 


*Ivy 


Beftinsville. 




l< John S. Walker 


Robt. S. Merrol 


116 


*Cassia 


Widder 




W. II. Morgan.. 


J. P. Kidd 


117 


*Stanbridge 








i 


IIS 




Schomberg . 




A. Armstrong... 


Frank D. Ramsay 


119 


*MupleLeaf 


Hath 


Monday before full mpon 


J. J. Johnston. 


John Belfonr 


1?0 




Fingal 




( Thos. Ferguson 


George Gray 


171 


*Doric 


Brantford . 




" C. B. Heyd 


Alfred J. Wilkeg 


m 




Renfrew ,. 




* T. B Muir 


John Burns 


123 
1?4 


*The Belleville... 
Montreal Kilw 


Belleville .... 


First Thursday 


" James Smith.... 


E. L. Aunger 

( 


Vtt 


Cornwall 


Cornwall 


First Tuesday 


A. McLean 


Charles Pool 


126 
1W 


Golden Rule .... 
Franck 


Carapbellfrd 
Frankford 


Tuesday after full moon 


Jas. Dinwoodie. 
A. Rockwell . ... 


Henry Barwick 
" J. B. Moran 


17,8 




Pembroke . . 


Fimt Tuesday 


1 Wm. R. White. 


" Andrew Irving, jr. 


129 
ISO 


The Rising Sun .. 


Aurora 
Granby 


Friday on or after full moon 


10. W. Graham. 
" Jno H Bartlett 


Jos. Armfield 
George Vittie 


131 
133 
134 
135 


*St. Lawrence ... 
Lebanon Forest 
*Shawbnegam. . 
*St. Clair 


Southampt n 
Franceston.. 
Three Riven 
Milton 


Second Tunvduy 
Monday on or bef. full moon 
Second Wednesday 
Thursday on or bfef full moon 


" J. D. Freckelton 
" J. W. Bro derick 
W. T. Rickaby. 
D. Robertson ... 


John Kastwood 
M. Eacrett 
Thos. Trenaman 
Charles Nichaiis 


136 


Richarijson 


StoufTville .. 


Wednesday on or bef full m. 


G. R. Vanzant . 


Donald McMurchy 


137 
138 


*l v vthagoras 


Meaford 
Aylmer, P Q 


Friday on or after full moon 


R. R. Fulton.... 
C. H. Church ... 


J. H. Youmans 
C. W. Decgan, 


139 


Lebanon 


Oshawa 


Second Tuesday 


John Boyd 


L. R. Smith 


140 


Malahide 


Aylmer, 0. . 


Wednesday on or ftfter full TO. 


Wm. J. Kerr ... 


John C. Weisbrod 


141 


Tudor 


.Vlitchell 


Tuesday on or bef. full moon 


John Abbott ... 


Thomas Babb 


14? 


* Excelsior 


Morrisbnrgh 


Thursday on or bef. full moon 


" 8. B. Fell 


" J. S. Castleman 


143 
144 


FriendlyBroth s 
Tecumseh .. .. 


tvoquois 
Stratford 


Wednesday before full moon 


" Jas. Slephenson 
" John Gibson ... 


" John N. Tuttle 
" John Douglas 


145 


*J. B. Hall 


Mill Brook;.. 


Second Thursday 


Wm. Staples.... 


" George Knowlson 


146 
147 


* Prince of Wales 
Mississippi 


New burgh- 
Almonte 


Wednesday before full moon 
Friday on or before full moon 


" Peter Johnston 
" Wm. Mostyn.... 


" Wm. Burgoyne 
" Thos, Coulter 


148 
149 


*ivil Service ... 
Erie 


Seat of Gov t 
Port Dover . 


Second Tuesday 
Monday on or bef. full moon 


" A. J. Cambie ... 
" J.W. Stewart... 


" Wm. N. Goodeve 
" Robt. Hellyer 


150 


* Hastings 


Hastings .... 


Thursday on or bef full moon 


David Brownlee 


" John Sharpe 


151 


The Grand Kiver 


Berlin 


Tuesday on or bef. full moon 


Adam Murray. 


" Wm. Headry 


IS? 


Clareiiceville 




Third Thursday 




(i 


153 




Wyoming 




Frank Donald... 


" J. C. McLauchlin 


154 




Lucan . . 


Tb.urs.day on or bef. full moon 


James Sutton... 


" Wm. Quigley, Jan. 


155 
156 


"Peterborough ... 
*York 


Peterboro ... 
Rglinton 


First Friday 
Friday on or before full moon 


Jas. R. Ormond 
Joseph Jackos . 


" David Wallace 
" Martin E. Snider 


157 




Newboro 


Tuesday on or aft. full moon 


R H. Preston... 


" Levi S. Levis 


158 

IM 


Alexandra 
Good wood 


)il Springs .. 
Richmond 


Thursday on or aft. full moon 
First Tuesday 


" J. McCann 
T. V. Lyon 


" George Hurdley 
" Daniel Beatty 


160 










M 


161 






Wednesday before full moon 


C. A. Mallory... 


" Royal P. Hurlbn* 


16? 




Wroxeter 


Friday on or before full moon 


Ralph Hodgson 


" W. II. Brawn 


IfiT 




VV. Farnham 


Friday on or before full moon 


A. A. Black wood 


" James Burnet 


164 
1C5 
166 


*Star in the East 
Burlington 
*Wentworth 


Wellington .. 
Wellingt.Sq. 


Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
Wednesday on or before full m. 


" S. W. Flagler.... 
" Wm. Kerns 
< 


" Nath. Gordon 
" Robert Halson 
" S. Williams 


167 










tt 


168 


*Merritt 


"Welland 


Monday on or bef. full moon 


Ja. Bridges .... 


" Chas. H Farr 


169 




l"rtColhorne 




J B Neff. 


" J. R. Haun 


170 


*Rrifannia 


Seaforth 


Monday on or after full moon 


Wm.Ballantyne 


" Andrew Hally 


171 


*Prince of Wales 


lona . . .. 


Friday on or after full moon 


t 


" J. L. Deoow 


172 
17?? 


Ayr 
*Victoria 


Ayr 
Montreal .... 


Tuesday on or bet. full moon 
First Monday 


T. M. Anderson 
Wm. Nivin 


" Oos M. Riley 
" D. Fergufon 


174 
175 

176 


Walsingham ... 
St. John s 


Port Rowan . 
Mansonville 
Sparta 


First Thursday 
Wednesday before full moon 
Monday on or before full moon 


John Hudson... 
< S. J. Blanchard 
F. A. Henderson 


Wm. Ross 
G. E. Mauson 
W. D. Oill 


177 


The Builders 


Ottawa 


Second Friday 


Gu*tav Levin ... 


Wm. Rea 


178 

179 


flattsville 
*Bothwell .... 


Plattsville... 
Bothwell ... 


Friday on or before full moon 
Wednesday on or bef. fuli m. 


George Risk .... 
Tbos. Boon 


R. J. Bourchier 
H. F. Smith 


180 


*Speed 


Guelph 


First Tuesday 


A.B. Petrie 


" Philip Bifh 


1*1 


Oriental 


PortBurwell 


Tuesday on or bef. full moon 


G. W. Pontine .. 


" Georg W. Hare 








First Thursday 




(t 


183 

1*4 


Prince Albert... 
Old Light 


Prince Alb rt 
Lucknow ... 


Friday on or before full moon 
Thursday on or bef. full moon 


" John Currie .... 
" J. S. Tennant... 


" Hiram L Harnden 
Robt, L. Hunter 


185 


Enniskillen...... 


York 


Monday on or bef. full moon 


" T. J. Smedlev... 


William Clark 


186 
187 
188 


Plantapenet ... 
Royal Canadian 


Plantagenet 
Sweetsburg.. 


Monday on or bef. full moon 
Second Wednesday 


" Henry Smith... 
M. A. Pichel.... 


1 C. E. Johnson 

L. L. Brown 
i 


.189 


*FiliusVidu ... 


Adolphust n 


Wednesday on or bef. full m. 


E. H. Smith 


Q. P. &1U 



[42 



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MASONIC. 



121 



KO- 

190 
191 
192 
1&3 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209a 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
2S3 
234 
235 
236 
137 
238 
239 
240 
241 
242 
243 
244 
245 
240 
247 
248 
249 
250 
262 
253 
254 
255 
256 
257 
258 
259 
250 
261 
262 
263 
264 
205 
260 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 
273 
314 


LODGE. 


WHERE HELD 


NIQHTS OF MEETING. 


WOBSHIPFUL MASTER. 


SECRETARY. 




Belmont 
Coaticcok ... 
Orillia 


Friday on or before f. m. of eT.mo 
First Wednesday 
Friday on or after full moon. 
Monday on or bef. full m. 
Second Wednesday 
First Monday 
Thursday on or bef. f. m. 
Second Tuesday 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
Monday on or bef. full moon 
Friday on or bef. full moon 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
Second Tuesday 
Friday before lull moon 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Monday on or after full moon 
First Monday 
Second Wednesday 
Second Tuesday 
Third Thursday 
First Tuesday " 
First Wednesday " 
First Wednesday 
First Monday " 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. " 
Monday on or after full moon " 
Monday on or bef. full moon " 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon " 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. " 
Second Monday " 
Friday on or before full moon " 
Monday on or before full m. ( 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Tuesday before every full m. 
Monday on or before full m. 
Friday on or before full moon 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
First Friday < 
Thursday before full mocn " 
Monday after full moon 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Tuesday on or before full m. 
Second Wednesday 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Tuesday on or before full m. 
Tuesday on or before full m. 
Friday on or before full moon 
Tuesday on or after full moon 
Friday on or before full moon 
Tuesday before full moon 
Friday on or before full moon 
Third Tuesday 
Tuesday after full moon " 
Monday on or bef. full moon " 
Thursday on or bef. full m. 
First Monday 
Second Tuesday 
Third Monday 
Fourth Tuesday 
Wednesday on or aftjfull m. 
Tuesday on or aft. full moon 
Thursday on or bef. full m. 
Second Tuesday 
First Monday 
Thursday on or bef. full m. 
Wednesday on or aft full m. 
First Wednesday 
Tuesday on or bef. full moon 
Third Wednesday < 
Monday on or bef. full moon 
First Tuesday 
Thursday on or bef. full m. 
Monday on or bef. full moon 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. 
Firft Monday 
Thursday on or bef full m. 
Tuesday before full moon 
First Wednesday 
First Monday . < 
Wednesday after full moon 
Fourth Tuesday 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. " 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. " 
First Wednesday " 
Hard Monday 


W.Br.Robt. Sleith 
" No returns 


Br.Wm. H. Odell 
u 


*Ashlnr.... 


*0ril)ia 


" T S. Atkinson... 
" H. F. Teeter . ... 
1 John Sinclair... 
G. S. Birrell 


" Julius Iln mm e 
" Wm. A. Mel im 
" W. G. Frazer 
" Donald Cnrrie 
" Arch. Garrioch 
" JofephCiaig 

Neil J. Mclutyre 
i 


*Scotland 


Scotland 
Petrolia 
London 
Arnprior .... 
Walkerton... 
OakTille 
Frelighsb g . 
Mount Forest 
Gananoque... 
Montreal 


*Petrolia 


*The Tuscan .... 
*Madawaska .... 


Jas. Hrereaves 
Chas. W.~Pearce 


*WhiteOak 


*Frelijhsburg ... 
St. Alban s 


Thos. Swan 
Win. B. Carroll 
P. MacTavihh ... 
W. F. Savage ... 
" No returns 


John Hudson 
John Onniston 
Wolfred Nelson 
J. Gordon 
i 




*Mount Royal ... 




Danville 
New Hamb g 
North Gower 
Lancaster.... 
Huntingdon 
London. ... 


New Dominion... 
North Gower .... 
j*Laucaster 


John Moran .... 
Thos.Conley.... 
J.W.MacEdw rd 
No returns 


Otto Prespprich 
James Lindsay 

" Alex. Falkner 
n 


jChateauguay .... 
St John s . . 


John Shapland. 
F. N. Dinwoodie 
John R. Leggett 
A. E. Kimball... 
AnthonvMalone 
Jas. E. Morin... 
Wm. Mathescn 
N. A. Paterson.. 
John Flet her ... 
Joseph Boice.... 

W. C. Morrison. 



" Alex. S. Abbott 
" Robert Pollock 
" John M. Brovrn 
" W. II. O Regan 
" Robert NaDcollas 
A. R. Hardison 
W. K. Atkinson 
Wm. A. Benson 
D. McKinnoa 
Jacob Sovereen 
George Fish 
John G. Hurley 
John Summerville 
Wro. T. Fish 
Daniel G. Bowen 
W. H. Stephenson 
Wm. Carrick 
Joseph Zinkan. 
Alfred Ward 
Charles Thorpe 
James B Perry 
J. M. Reid 
J. F. Smith 
Gustav Levin 
John Risden 
S. N. Boughner 
Joseph Rorke 
K. F. Black, p. t. 
Ira Doane 
James F. Wright 
Alex. L Leitch 
" Wm. Wrsy 
" W. S. Hymen 
" R. A. Fulltrton 
" Norman H. Fields 
" Jumep Mullen 
" Rich. Hunter 
" J F. Wilson 
" John Boyd 
" J. C. Roblin 
" Henry Drummond 
" John McKimmi* 

" Henry Adams 

it 


Evergreen 
*Hawkesbury.... 
Brome Lake 


Lanark 
Hawkeebury 
Knowlton ... 
Gardenlsla d 
Ridgeway ... 
Ailsa Craig . 
Ameliasburg 
Orangeville . 
Delhi 


Dominion 




Lake 


Harris. 


Frederick 


*Stevenson 


Toronto 
Georgetown. 
Uxbridge . . 
Thorold 
Marmora ... 
Norwood ... 
Zurich 
Listowel 
Montreal ... 
Sutton Flatt. 
Odessa 
Brampton ... 
Bell Ewart... 
Ottawa 
Wallace town 
Park Hill ... 
Clarksburg . 
Paisley 
Bondhead ... 
Vienna 
Watford! 
Tweed 


Credit 


*Zeredatha 


Jos. E.Gould.... 
James Lawson. 
" David Fitchett. 
* J(.hn Moore 


*Mountain 


*Marmora 




*Zurich 


Robt. Brown.... 
John Nichol .... 
John McLean... 
Albert J. Dyer . 
B. A. Booth 
G Green 


Bernard 


*Mount Moriah . 
Sutton 


*Prince Arthur . 
*Ionie 


*Kerr 


A. Miscampbell 
Henry Michaels 
D. G. Ruthven . 
William Caw ... 
Alex. Mitchell... 
G.W. Malloch... 
. Jas. St. Clair.... 
II nry Roebuck 
J. A.Sommprville 
Cons. K.Flint... 
A. II. Holland... 
S- S. Lazier 
Reuben Fields . 
K E. Kitchen... 
George Black ... 
Levi Walker.... 
Arthur Fletcher 
T. F. Blackwood 
J. W. Pickup ... 
Alex. Cooper 
J. Patterson .... 
F. T. Bradley ... 


Lodge of Fidelity 




*Boaver 


Aldworth 


*Maniioba ..... 


Vienna 


Tweed 


*Prince Ruperts. 


Winnipee. ... 
?haunonvill. 
Kecott Front 
3t. George ... 
Lr. Ft. Garry 
Thamesville 
Montreal 
Yorkville .... 
Pakenham... 




*St. George 


*Lisgar 




*O. Strict Observ. 
*Ashlar 


*Eureka 


*Caledonian 
Thistle 
Thel nternational 
Minden 


Kmbro 
N. Pembina. 
Kingston .... 
Clifton 
Dresden 
Farran s Pt. 
Gait 


P. Geraghty 
Samuel Smith.. 
T. C. Ma<cr.abb. 
C. F. H. Forbes. 
A. II. Cranston. 
Hugh Walker... 
C. F. Burdick... 
" liavid Trotter... 
" Robt. Stark 


" 0. W. Andrews 
Henry Preston 
Alfred II. Hughes. 
G. T. Goirell 
James M. Hood 
Edmund Harvey 
J. B. Lucas 
" Wm. II. McGarvey 


*Clifton 
Sydenham 


*Farran s Point . 
*Giilt 
Guelph 


Springfield 


Springfield.. 
Petrolia .... 


*Washington . ... 
3ak Branch 
Harriston 


[nnarkip 
Elarriston ... 
Forest 
Ottawa 
Concord 


" Samuel Cowan. 
" Thos. II. Short t. 
" Horace Merrill. 
" W. C. Patterson 
" A. Moberly 


" Absalom S. Allen 
" N. J. Nnsh 
" H. B. Merrill 
" .T. N. Kei l 
" Wm. N. Willron 

" Chailes Dunlop 
K 


Forest 
Chaudiere 




Northern Light. 
Parthenon 


Stayner 
Chatham . ... 
iobcaygeon. 
Brougham .. 


" A. D. Bogart.... 
" John Kennedy. 
" J. P. Campbell. 
" Jas P. Smith ... 
" D. Kirkwood ... 
" Win. Dew ar 
" G. H. Allen 


Verulam 


Brougham Union 
Cedar 


" J. C Smith 
C. W. Smith 
R. D. Boomer 

Henry Richardson 
i 


Wellington 


Klin 


Seymour 


Aocacter .... 
W.SheffordQ 
Blenheim .... 


Olive Branch 
Kent 


" Wm. Carruthers 


< John A. Al 



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MASONIC. 



[1873. 



NO. 


LODGE. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIGHTS OF MEETING. 


WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 


SECRETARY. 


275 
276 
877 
278 
279 
280 
281 
282 
283 
284 
285 
U.D. 
U.D. 
U.D. 




Onslow Q .... 
Tees water ... 
Pt.Dalhousie 
Roslin 


SecondjTuesday of every mo 
Friday on or bef. full moon 
Wednesday on or bef. f. m. " 
Thursday bef. full full m. 
Wednesday on or bef. full m. " 
First Thursday 
First Tuesday 
First Thursday 
Wednesday after full moon 
First Tuesday onorb a ,f. fullm. 
Wednesday before full moon 
Tuesday on or bef. full m. 


W.Br. Arthur Ljon ... 
H. B. O Connor. 
" Robt. Patterson 
" E. B.Fralick.... 
" Isaac Huber .... 
" F. Richardson... 
" Alex. Williams. 
" Wm Hayden 


Br.A. 8. Campbell 
" S. Walds 
John Lawrie 
P. G. Duncan 
Ch.as. J. Ellis 

J. F. Ferguson 
* 










Hespeler .... 
Napanee 
Ilol d Land g 
Glencoe ... . 


Mount Sinai 
Thome 


Lome 


i 


Eureka 


Belleville ... 
Ainleyville . 
Alliston 
Wingham ... 
Pr. Arth L d. 
Winnipeg ... 


" L. H. Henderson 
" WJ. R. Holmes 
" Thos Sargant... 


i 


St. John s 




Seven Star 


i 


Wingham 


" J. E Tamlvn . 


t 




" J. Clarke, M.D.. 


t 


Anc nt Landmark 


Second Monday " 


" Jas. Henderson 


i 





The Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Canada* 

Officers of the Grand Chapter, 1872-73. 
M. E. Comp. S. B. Ilnrman, Grand Z.~) 
R. " " L It Henderson, " H. VGrand Council. 

J.j 

Scribe E. 
" N. 

Principal Sojourner. 
Treasurer. 
Registrar. 
First Asst. Sojour. 
Second " " 
Sword Bearer. 
Standard Bearer. 
" Dir. of Ceremonies. 
" Organist. 
Grand Pursuivant. 



J. Dunbar, 

Thomas B. 

K. M. Copeland, 

D. McUlIan, 

R. A. Woodc- ck, 
. E. Comp. David Deuoon, 
H. G. Taylor, 

E. A. U. Fauquier, 
" " " Ja. Stephenson, 

" " " W. H Welltr, 
u ti it Fred Madge, 
.- u w H p orter , 

" " " W^Sft } " Awards. 

" " Jno. E. Harding, \ lt . ,, 

" " T. C. Macnabb, f 

" Edward Ball, " Janitor. 

Grand Superintendents of Districts. 

R. E. Comp. Wm. Carey London Distriet. 

C. L. Beard Wilson 

Isaac F. Toms Huron 

Edward Mitchell Hamilton 

Daniel Spry - Toronto 

G. H. Dartnell Ontario 

Donald Ross Pr. Edward 



u 



ti 

X tl 

(f tf 



R. E. Comp. J. G. Gemmill Central District. 

" " " J. H. Stearns Montreal " 

"" " H. W. Wood East nTps. " 

" " " II. J. Pratton Quebec " 

" " " D. R. Munro N.Brunswick. 

REPRESENTATIVES. In the Grand Chapter of Canada. 



M.I 
R. 



. Comp. T. D. Harington, 
Thos. B. Harris, 
James Seymour, 
Thos. B. Harris, 
James K. Kerr, 
David McLellan, 
R Ramsay, 
R. Ramsay, 
Henry Robertson, 
Henry Robertson, 
R. Bamsay, 



from the G. C. Tennessee. 

" Missouri. 

" Indiana, 

" Oregon. 

" Scotland. 

" Georgia. 

" Nebraska. 

" Ohio. 

Dc.Columljla 

" New York. 



" Illinois. 

From th. Grand Chapter of Canada. 
R. E. Comp. Alex. J. Stewart, in the G.C. Scotland. 



Geo. S. Blackie, 
Geo. F. Gouley, 
H. P. Deuel, 
C. A. Woodward, 
Mohn S. Bowen, 
Wm. Brimsmaid, 
Jno. Edwin Mason, 
James H. Miles, 



Tennessee. 

Missouri. 

Nebraska. 

Ohio. 

New York. 

Vermont. 

Dist. Columbia 

Illinois. 



*** The 16th Annual Convocation will be held at Kingston, on the 2nd Wednesday in August, A.I. 2403, A.D. 1873. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



iro 

1 
2 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
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15 
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18 
19 

ao 

21 

22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
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81 
S?, 


CHAPTER. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIGHTS OP MEETING. 


IST PRINCIPAL. 


SCRIBE E. 


Anc nt Frontenac 
The Hiram 
St. And. & St. John 
St. George s 


Kingston ..,. 
Hamilton ... 
Toronto 
London 
Hamilton ... 
Bslleville ... 
Toronto 
Sherbrooke . 
St.John.N B. 
Kingston ... 
Quebec 
Dunham .... 


Third Tuesday in Feb., May, Aug. A Nov. 


Geo. M. Wilkinson. 
Thos. B. Harris ... 


S. T. Drennan. 
Thos. McGiveren. 
J. Erskine 
M. D. Dawson 
John Martin 
Wesley Bullen 
Thomas Davis 
Wm. Farwell, jr 
D. S. Stewart 
H. Tandy 
Christ. Staveley 
T. Frank Wood 
Emerk A. Vidal 
Chas. S. Scott 
0. W. Ellis 
Thomas D. Watson 
A. C. Tuttle 
Robert Morton 
T. C. Stratton 
M. D iwsley 
R. Thoroughgood 
K. Rutherford 
W H. Hall 
Charles Francis 
E. R. Carpenter 
T. G. Hawthorn 
Robert Nimmo 
Mark Wade 
R. A. Norman 
T. M. Simmon 




F J Menet 


Fourth Friday in Feb. May, Aug. & Sept. 


William Carey 
Richard Brierley... 
L. H, Henderson... 
G. C. Patterson 
G. II. Borlase 
J. C. Hatheway .... 
A. McMillan 


Moira 
King Solomon s.. 
Golden Rule 
New Brunswick 




Third Mondav of every month 


TUBS, on or bef. f.m. in Mar. June,Sep Dec. 


Second Monday in Feb. May, Aug. & Nov 
Second Thursday in Jan. Apr. July & Oct. 
First Thursday of every month 




James Dunbar 
II. W. Wood....;.... 




Wawanosh 


Second Friday in Jan. April, July & Oct. 




Ottawa 
Waterloo .... 
Woodstock... 
St Catharin s 
Brantford ... 
Montreal .... 
Prescott 
Simcoe 
Stratford .... 
Montreal ... 
Trenton 
Collingwood 
Oshawa 
Dunnville ... 
Goderich .... 


D. S Eastwood 
J. Erskine 
K. A. H. Fauquier. 
W. Chatfield 




First Thursday of every month 
First Friday of every month 
Friday on or before full m. of each month 


Oxford 


Mount Moriah ... 
Mount Horeb ... 


David Curtis 


Third Tuesday in Feb. May, Aug. & Nov.. 
First Wednes. in Jan April, July & Oct. 
Second Wednesday of every month 


E. M. Copeland 
James Stephenson. 
John Wilson 




KzrSL 


Tecumseh 




Mount Horeb ... 
St. Murk s .... 


Second Wednesday of every month 
Second Wednesday in every month 


David Wright 
H. W. Delany 
John Nettleton ... 
W. T. Brown 




Pentalpha 




Friday on or aft. full m. of erery month 


Wm. Braund 
Jas. Somerville 
R A. Vanblaricom. 
W. Elliott ... 


Huron 


Prince Edward... 
Waterloo .. 


Friday on or after every full moon 




Mon. on or af. f. m. Fh.. Mav. Sent.. Nov. 



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NO. 


CHAPTER. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIGHTS OP MEETISG. 


1st PKINCIPAL. 


SCRIBE B. 


34 


Signet 


Orillia 




T A Atkinson 


H. McN. Sutherl d 


35 


Keystone 


Whitby 




J. P. Campbell 


A.Borrowman 


Rfi 


Corinthian 


Peterborough 


Third Friday of every month . .... 


R. Kincaid 


Maurice Dunsford 


VI 










A. W. Pringle 


38 


Seymour 


Bradford ... 


Friday ou or before full m. of every montb 


W. H. Porter 


Gibson Cook 


39 


Botsford 


Moncton, NB 


Third Monday of every month 


John L. Harris 


I. W. Biriney 


40 




Guelph 




F. Mudge 


J. Mimniack 


41 


Harris 


Ingersoll ... 


First Tuesday after f. m. r-f every month. 


Peter J. Brown .... 


F. G. Lewis 


f>, 


Montreal 


Montreal . ... 


Second Friday of every month 


A Fletcher 


Richard Rowe 


4."! 


Royal Albert. 


Montreal 






William Millar 


44 




Napanee 


Wednesday aftr every full moon .. . 


Henry L Geddes... 


G. A. Stevenson 


45 




Colborna ... . 


First Thursday of every month 




A. Vars 


46 




St Mary s 




John E Harding. . 




47 


Wellington .... 


Chatham 




T C Macnabb 


John P. Alma 


48 


St John s 






W II Weller . 




49 


Elora . . 


Klora 




\V F Savage . . . 




50 






S d Wed Jan Mar May July Sen Oct 


II B O Conaor 




51 


St Charles 


Pt St Chart s 






. 


52 








W N Kennedy . 




53 


Bruce ... . .. . 


Petrolia 




G E Murphy 




U.D 


De Warrene... 


St. Thomas... 


Second Wednesday of everv month. .. 


Thos. D. Warren ... 





Grand Conclave of United Orders of the Temple and Hospital for Dominion of Canada* 

Officers for the year A.D. 1872-73. 

V. E. J Sir Kt. W. J. B. McLeod Moore, 33 Grand Prior for the Dominion of Canada. 
I " Samuel B. Harman, 33 Dep. Grand Prior and Commander, 
" J " Thomas Bird Harris, 33 Grand Chancellor, " 



James K. Kerr, Provincial Grand Commander for Ontario. 
A. A. Steveuson, Provincial Grand Commander for Quebec. 



H. 1 



V.E. 



Sir Kt. Robert Marshall, 33 

" John W. Mur.ton, 

" E. M. Copeland. 

" Rev. V. dementi, 

" R. Kincaid, 

" L. H. Henderson, 

" Thos. B. Harris, 33 

" Hugh A. Mackay, 

" John J. Mason, 

" Geo. H. Dartnell, 

" Aug. T. Houtl, 

" Geo. C. Longley, 



Grand Senechal 
Prov. Grand Prior. 

" " Sub-Prior. 
Grand Prelate. 
" 1st Captain 
" . 2nd Captain 
" Chan. & Treas. 
" Vice-Chancel r 
" Registrar 
" Chamberlain 
" Hospitaller 
" Dir. of Certm. 



::SirKt. N. G. Bigelow, 

D. McLellan, 
T. M. Irwin, 

E. J. Sisson, 
A. G. Smith, 
Donald Ross, 
R. P. Stephens, 
W. C. Morrison, 
John Satchell, 
Alfred Ellis, 
"Yeoman Gibson, 



Grand 1st Expert 
" 2nd Exptrt 

1st Stand d Bearer 

2nd Stan d Bearer 

Almoner 

1st Aide-de-Camp 

2nd Aide-de-Camp 

Captain of Lines 

1st Herald 

2nd Herald 

Sword Bearer 

Equerry. 



The next Regular Assembly will be held at Kingston, on the 2ad Wednesday, A.M. 5877,"A.D. 1873, A. 0. 754. 



SUBORDINATE ENCAMPMENTS. 



ENCAMPMEXT. 



WHERE HELD. 



Hugh de Payens Kingston .... 

Geoffrey de St. Aldemar.. Toronto 

Wm delaMore,theMartyr Ottawa 

Godfrey de Bouillon Hamilton ... 

Richard Cosur de Lion ... London 

King Baldwin Belleville .... 

Eichard Cosur do Lion ., . Montreal ... 

Sussez Stanstead ... 

Plantagenet St.Catharin s 

Hurontario Collingwood 

Mount Calvary , Orillia 

Moore Peterboro ... 

Harington Trenton 

St. John the Almoner.... Whitby , 

Gondemar Maitland ... 

Odo de St. Aina-nd Toronto 

Palestine Port Hope .. 



NIGHTS OF MEETING. 



2nd Monday, Jan., April, July & Oct. ... 

2nd Friday in every month 

2nd Monday, Feb., May, August 4 Nov. 

1st Friday in every month 

2nd Friday in each month 

First Monday, Jan., April, July & Oct.... 

4th Thursday in each month 

Wednesd. next p.f.m.Mar. June,Sep.&Dec. 
2nd Monday, Feb., April, July & Oct. ... 

Third Monday in every month 

1st Monday, Jan., April, July and Oct... 
2nd Monday, Mar. Apr. June, Sept. <fe Dec. 
1st Monday in every month 

Second Tuesday of every month 

Turs. nearest f. m. Jan., Ap., Jnly, Oct. 

First Friday of every month 

Fourth Thursday of every month 



EMT. COMMANDER. 



II. E. Swales 

Jas. K. Kerr 

T. D. Harington. 
Thos. B. Harris. . 

A. G. Sonyth 

EberC. Flint 

E. M. Copeland... 
C. H. Kathtin . ... 
Isaac P. Willson. 
II. Robertson .... 
II. G. Summers... 

R. Kincaid 

H. W. Day 

G. H. T. Dartnell 
(Jeo. C. Longley... 
W. C. Morrison... 
James M. Irwin . 



IUGISTRAH. 



W. R. Harris 
H. Poetter 
Thos. G. Spickstt 

Robert Gordon 



Geo. D. Wvman 
D. T. Scholfield 
Joseph Jardine 
Theo. H. Tebba 
C. D. Macdonnell 
Ja<ues Young 



Representatives In Supreme Grand Council A. & A. Rite XXXIII. Degree. 

England and Wales and Colonial Dependencies, in Canada. 

111. Bro. Thos. Douglas Harina;ton, 33 Representative of the Supreme Grand Council in Canada. 
" " Col. W. J. B. McLood Moore, 33 Past Representative of Supreme Grand Council. 
" " John W. Murton, 33 Sovereign Grand Inspector General. 
" " Thomas Bird Harris, 33 " " " " 

" " Hugh A. Mackay, 33 " " " " 



Imperial, ecclesiastical and Military Order of Kiiiglits of tlie Red Crosa of Rome 

and Constantine* and K. H. S. 

El. Bro. Col. W. J. B. McLeod Moore, Chief Inspector General of Canada. 
" T. D. Harington, Inspector General for Ontario and Quebec. 

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LEGAL AND JUDICIARY. 



THE LAW SOCIETY OF ONTARIO. 
The Law Society was first established in 1797, by the 
act 37 Goo, III, c. 13, which enabled the then practitioners 
of the law to form themselves, ioto a society and make 
rules for its government. By the act of 1822, 2 Geo. IV. 
c. 5, " the Treasurer and Benchers of the Law Society" 
were formally incorporated ; and under thesa and other 
statutes the Society has continued to be governed by a 
Board of Benchers, in the ssme manner as the various 
LAW societies of England. By the act of last session, 34 
Vic. c. 15, the Benchers heretofore appointed from time to 
time by their own body, are made, exclusive of ex officio 
members, elective by the Bar. Tho ex officio consisting 
of the Attorney General for the time beiu g, and all mem 
bers of the Bar of Ontario who hare at any time held the 
office of Attorney or Solicitor General of the former pro 
vince of Upper Canada, and any retired Judge of the 
Superior Courts of Law or Equity of-Ontario. The ele.ctive 
thirty in number, being chosen by ballot, for a term of 
five years, by the members of the Bar, in manner pres 
cribed by the act. Vacancies during the term to be filled 
by the remaining Benchers. The Judges of thu Superior 
Courts are Visitors of the Society, and, on the first day of 
Easter Term, annually, the Benchers appoint one of their 
body to be Treasurer, and who is also President of the 
Society. The Benchers sit in convocation every term for 
the call of Barristers, the admission of Attorneys and Soli 
citors to practice, and of Students to enter the Society, 
the fees paid by whom form the revenue of the Society. 
Qsgoode Hall, appropriately named after the first Chief 
Justice, is the Ontario Inn of Court," or head quarters 
of the Society, in which is provided accommodation for 
the Courts of Equity, and for the sittings in term of the 
Superior Courts; with a valuable and extensive library. 

VISITORS. 

Hon.W.H.Draper.C B.,Chief Justice Court of Error& Appeal 
Hon. W. B. Richards, Chief Justice of Ontario. 
Hon. John Godfrey Spragge, Chancellor of Ontario, 
lion. J. H. Hagrty, D.C.L., Chief Justice of Common Pleas. 
Hon. J. C. M ->rrison,Mudge Court of Queen s liench. 
Hon. Adam Wilson, Judge Court of Queen s Bench. 
Hon. John W. Gwynne, Judge Court of Common Pleas. 
Hon. Thomas Gait, Judge Court of Common Pleas. 
Hon. Samuel H. Strong, Vice-Chancellor. 

TREASURER. 

Hon. John Hillyard Cameron, D.C.L., Q C. 

BENCHERS. 

Ex Officio. lion. J. H. Cameron, D.C L.. Q.C., Sol. Gen 
1846; lion. Sir John A. McDonald, KG B., D.C.L., Q.C. 
Att. Gen. 1854; Hon. James Patton. Q.C., Sol. Gen. 1862 1 
Hon. Lewis Wallbridge, Q.C., Sol. Gen. 1863 ; Hon. A. N 
Richards, Q.C., Sol. Gen. 1864; Hon. Jas. Cockburn. Q.C. 
Bol. Gen. 1864; Hon. Adam Crooks, Q.C , Att. Gen. 1871. 

Elective. K. T. 1871. E. T. 1876. J. D. Armour, Q.C., 
Cobourg; H. C. R. Becher, Q.C., London; John Bell, Q.C., 
Belleville; T. M. Benson, Port Hope; S. H. Blake, Q. C., 
Toronto; G. W. Burton, Q.C., Hamilton ; Hon. M. C. Came 
ron, Q.C., M.P.P., Toronto; John Crawford, Q.C., M.P., 
Toronto; J. Crickmore, Toronto; S. B. Freeman, Q.C., 
Hamilton; R. A. Harrison, Q.C., M.P., Toronto; Robert 
Lees, Ottawa; J. B. Lewis, Q.C., Ottawa; W. R. Meredith, 
London; Richard Miller, Q.C., St. Catharines; Thomas 
Moss, Q.C., Toronto; D Alton McCarthy, Barrie; Rolland 
McDonald. Q.C., St. Catharines; Kenneth McKenzie, Q.C., 
Toronto; Daniel McMichael. LL.D., Q.C., Toronto; James 
O Reilly, Q.C., Kingston: Miles O Reilly, Q.C., Hamilton; 
George Palmer, Guelph; T. B. Pardee. M. P. P., Sarnia; 
C. S. Patterson, Q.C., Toronto; Albert Prince, Q.C., Wind 
sor; D. B. Read, Q.C.. Toronto; Hon. S. Richards, Q.C., 
M.P.P., Toronto; J. S. Sinclair, Goderich; Matthew R. 
VaiiKoughnet, Toronto. 

SECRETARY, LIBRARIAN AND EXAMINER. 

Hugh N. Gwynne, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin. 

BXAMINERS IN LAW. 

John T. Anderson, Esq., Common Law. Alex. Leith, 
Esq., Real Property. , Equity. 

COURTS OF LAW AND EQUITY. 
COURT OF ERROR AND APPEAL. Constituted for the hear 
ing of appeals in civil cases from the Courts of Queen s 
Bench, Chancery and. Common Pleas ; and appeals in crim- 

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inal cases from the Courts of Queen s Bench and Common 
Pleas. From the judgment of this court, an appeal lies to 
Her Majesty in Privy Council, in cases over 1,000, or 
where annual rent, fee. or future rights of any amount, 
are affected. Judges Hon. Wm. H. Draper, C.B., Chief 
Justice 1 of the Court of Error and Appeal in Ontario ; and 
the Judges of the Superior Courts of Law and Equity, in 
their order of precedence, as above, a.* Visitors of the Law- 
Society. Clerk and Reporter Alexander Grant. 

COURT OF QUEEN S BENCH. The jurisdiction of this Court 
extends to all manner of actions, causes and suits, criminal 
and civil, real, personal and mixed, within Ontario, and 
it may proceed in such, by such process and course as 
are provided by law, and as shall tend with justice and 
despatch to determine the same; and may hear and deter 
mine all issues of law, and also with the inquest of twelve 
good and lawful men (except in cases otherwise provided 
for) ti y all issues of fact, and give judgment and award exe 
cution, thereon, and also in matters which relate to the 
Queen s Revenue (including the condemnation of contra 
band or smuggled goods) as may be done by Her Majesty s 
Supei tor Courts of Law in England, Chief Justice lion. 
William Buell Richards. Puisne Judges lion. Joseph C. 
Morrison, and Hon. Adam Wilson. Clerk of the Crown 
and Pitas R. Q: Dalton, Q.C. Senior Clerk John Small. 
Junior or Docketing Clerk Alex. Macdonell. Crier and 
Usher Andrew Fleming. 

COURT OP COMMON PLEAS. This Court has the same powers 
and j urisdiction as ft Court of Record, as the Court of Q .leen s 
Bench. Writs of summons and capias issue alternately from 
either court. Chief Justice Hon. John Hawkins Hagarty, . 
D.C.L. Puisne Judges Hon. J. W. Gwynne and Hon. 
Thos. Gait. Cie> k of the Crown and Pleas M. B. Jackson. 
Senior Clerk and Taxing Officer S. B. Clarke. Junior or 
Docketing Clerk K. T. Jackson. Crier and Usher Patrick 
Connell- 

COURT OF CHANCERY. This Court has the like jurisdiction 
as the Court of .Chancery in England, in cases of fraud, 
accidont, trusts, executors. administrators,co-partnerships, 
account, mortgages, awards, dower, infants, idiots, lunatics 
and I heir estates, waste, specific performance, discovery, and 
to prevent multiplicity of suits, staying proceedings at law 
prosecuted against equity and good conscience, and may 
decroe the issue, repeal or avoidance of letters patent, and 
generally the like powers which the Court of Chancery in 
England possesses to administer justice in all cases in which 
there is no adequate remedy at law. Chancellor Hon. 
John Q. Spragge. Vice-Chancellors ITon. Samuel H. 

Strong and Referee in C/iamherx T. W. 

Taylor. Special Examiners John Hector, Q.C., James H. 
Esten, and J. Crickmore. Registrar Alex. Grant. Clerk 
of Records and Writs Arthur Holmested. Registrant 
Clerk Willoughby Cummings. Docketing Clerk W. D. 
Crofton. Entering Clerks F. Arnoldi and A. F. McLean 
Uiher R. Parkes. Messenger Donald Sutherland. 

MASTER S OFFICE IN CHANCERY. Master in Ordinary 
JohnA.Boyd. Taxing Master Walter M. Ross. Master 1 ! 
Clerk J. P. Macdonell. Local Masters and Deputy Regis 
trars Barrie Jas. R. Cotter. Belleville Wm. W. Dean. 
Brampton Judge Scott. Brantford Jchn Cameroa. 
Brockville3. D. Buell. Chatham Robert O Hara. Co- 
bourg, Lindsay and Peterboro Wm. H. Weller. Cbrn- 
wall 3. F. Pringla. Goder.ich II. McDeimott. Gfuclph 
Jas. W. Hall. Hamilton Miles O Reilly, Q.C. Kingston 
James A. Henderson, D.C.L. London James Shanley. 
L Orignal J. Butterfield. Ottawa W. M. Matheson. 
Owen Sound David A. Creasor. Perth Edward Elliott. 
Simcoe Judge Wilson. Sandwich Samuel S. Jlai-donell. 
Sarnia P. T. Poussett. Si. Catharines F. W. McDonald. 
St. Thomas Jus. Stanton. Stratford G. W. Lawrence. 
Sault Ste. Marie, Alyoma Hon. W. McCrae. Walkerton 
William Allan McLean. Whtiby George H. DartnelL, 
Woodstock H. B. Beard. 

ACCOUNTANT GENERAL S OFFICE. Accountant General 
Andrew Norton Buell. 

PRACTICE COURT AND CHAMBERS. One of the Common 
Law Judges holds a Court during each Term, called the 
" Practice Court," for hearing matters relating to the 
adding or justifying bail, discharging insolvent debtors, 
administering oaths, hearing and determining mutters on 
motion, and making rules and orders in causes and busi 
ness depending in either of said law courts. Chambers are 
held each day in Common Law and Chancery by one of the 

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judges of the said courts, and under recent statutes by the 
olerk of the Crown and Pleas in common law, and by the 
referee in chambers in chancery, tor such business relating 
to suits therein as may be transacted by a single judge out 
of court. Clerk, Common Law Chambers W. B. Heward. 

REPORTERS. Editor, Christop. Robinson, Q.C. Reporter 
in Queen s Bench, H. C. W Withay. Reporter in Common 
Pleas, S. J. Vankoughnet, M.A. Reporter in Chancery, 
Alexander Grant. Reporter in Practice Court and Corn- 
man Law Ch.imhenHmry O Brien. Reporter Chancery 
Chambers Charles W. Cooper. 

HEIR AND DEVISEE COURT. Commissioners, the Judges o 1 
the Superior Courts, and such other persons as may be 
appointed by commifsion under the Great Seal. Their 
duties are to determine claims to lands in Upper Canada, 
for which no patent has issued from the Crown in favour 
of the proper claimants, whether as heirs, devisees or as 
signees. Sittings at Toronto, first Monday in January and 
July in each year. Cleric of Commissioners, W. B. Reward. 

COUNTY COVETS. Presided over by a resident Judge in 
each county. Their jurisdiction extends to all personal 
actions whtre the debt or damages claimed do not exceed 
50; and to all suits relating to debt, covenant or con 
tract, where the amount is ascertained by the acts of the 
parties or signature of the defendant, to 100; and to all 
bail bonds and recognizances of bail given in the County 
Court, to any amount; but not to canes involving the title 
to lands, validity of wills, or actions for libel, slander, crim. 
con., or seduction. An appeal lies to either of the Superior 
Courts of Law. 

COUNTY COURT SITTINGS AND COURTS o GENERAL SES* 
WON8. The County Judge in each county, holds a sitting 
of his Court and a Court of General Sessions in his county 
Hemi-annually on the second Tuesday in June and De 
cember, except in the ciunty of York, in which county 
said court is held three times, commencing on the second 
Tuesday in March, June and December, the latter Courts 
for the trial of cases of lelony and misdemeanor, but treason 
and capital felonies are exempted from their jurisdiction. 

SPEEDY TRIALS OUT OF SESSION By the Act of the Par 
liament of Canada, 32 Vic,, cap. any person committed 
to jail for trial, on charge of being guilty of any offence 
for which he may be tried at a Court of General Sessions, 
may, with his own consent, and subject to the provisions 
of the said Act in that behalf, be forthwith tried by the 
judge of the County Court and General Sessions without 
a jury, and if convicted be sentenced by the said judge, 
and the judge sitting on any such trial for nil the purposes 
thereof, is constituted a Court of Record, and the record in 
any such case shall be filed among the records of the 
Court of General Sessions last mentioned. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS COURTS. These courts, which now 
have reference to traders only, are regulated by the Act 32 
& 33 Vic. cap. 16, known as "the Insolvent Act of 1869," 
which repealed all former statutes and consolidated and 
assimilated the practice in Bankruptcy and Insolvency in 
the several Provinces of the Dominion. The county judges 
in the several counties preside, and official assignees are 
nominated by the Board of Trade at any place, or the 
council thereof, within the county or district in which 
such Board $f Trade exists, or in any county or district 
adjacent thereto in which there is no Board of Trade. 

SURROGATE COURTS. The jurisdiction of those Courts re 
latos to all testamentary matters and causes, and to the 
granting or revoking of probate of wills, and letters of 
administration of the effects of deceased persons having 
estate or effects in Upper Canada, and all matters arising 
out of or connected with the grant or revocation of probate 
or administration, subject to an appeal to the Court of 
Chancery. The County Judges are also Judges of the Sur 
rogate Courts. Chief Surrogate Clerk at Toronto Sir J. 
L. Robinson, Bart. 

DIVISION COURTS. For the rominary disposal of cases by 
a Judge; but a jury of five persons may be demanded in 
certain cases. Their jurisdiction extends to actions of debt 
or contract amounting to 25 ; injuries or torts to personal 
chattels amounting to 10; and personal actions to that 
amount, if not excepted from their jurisdiction; but not 
to actions for gambling debts, liquors drunk in a tavern, 
or notes of hand given therefor, ejectment, title to land, 
Ac., or any toll, custom or franchise, will or settlement, 
malicious prosecution, libel, slander, crim.con., seduction 
or breach of promise, or actions against a J. P. for anything 
done by him in the execution of his office, if he objects to 



t. Each judicial district is divided Into court divisions, 
and courts are held once in two months in each division, 
or oftener, at the discretion of the Judge. Tue Divisions 
are established by the Courts of General Sessions, and IB 
certain cases by the Judges. 

BOARD OF COUNTY JUDGES Chairman J. R. Gownn, 
bounty Simcoe. Membefi S. J. Jones, County Brant; 
D. J. Hughes, County Elgin ; Jan. Daniell, Countieb Pre- 
cott & Kussell; and Jas. Smith, County Victoria. 
Crown Law Officers. 

MINISTER OF JUSTICE AND ATTORNEY -GENERAL FOR TH 
DOMINION or CANADA. Right Hon. Sir John A. Macdonald, 
K.C.B., Q.C. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL FOR THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 
Hon. Oliver Mowat. 

Offian of ih Courts. 

CLERKS OF ASSIZE. The Deputy Clerks of the Crown era 
ex-oflicio Clerks of Assize and Marshals in. their respective 
counties. 

DEPUTY CLERKS OF THE CROWN. The Clerks df the County 
Courts will be ex-oflicio Deputy Clerks of the Crown and 
Pleas of their several counties as the present incumbents 
vacate by death or otherwise. 

CLERK OF THE PROCESS. For sealing and issuing Writs 
of Summons and other Writs in the Queen s Bench and 
Common Pleas (alternately) Alan Cameron. Assist. Clerk 
C. Ansell Steward (acting). The Deputy Clerks of the 
Crown in the several Counties are supplied with writs 
from Toronto, and re-issue the same in their respective 
counties. 

Terms of tht Courts. 

COURT OF ERROR AND APPEAL This Court holds its sit 
tings twice a year at Toronto, in the months of January 
and June, upon such days as it may by rule or order from 
time to time appoint, and may adjourn such sitting from 
day to day, or for any such longer period as it may deem 
expedient, and may also appoint days for giving judgment 
or for disposing of business as in its discretion it sliall 
see fit. 

LAW TERMS. Hilary begins first Monday in February, 
and ends Saturday of the ensuing week ; Easter begins 3rd 
Monday in May, and ends Saturday of the second week 
thereafter; Michaelmas begins third Monday in November 
and ends Saturday of the second week thereafter. By the 
act 29 & 30 Vic. cap. 40, Trinity Term, hitherto commenc 
ing on the Monday after the 21st August, was abolished 1 ? 
but the same statute gave power to the Courts of Queen s 
Bench and Common Pleas, at their discretion, to hold sit 
tings in bane in time of vacation (except long vacation), 
by virtue of a rule or order of the court, respectively to b 
made in or out of term, for the hearing of such special 
cases or rules for new trials as shall be named in a list to 
be attached to any such rule or order, and for giving of 
judgments in cases previously argued, and for disposing 
of such other business as the court in its discretion shall 
see fit. Notice of such rules to be given in form and man 
ner prescribed by the act, six clear days before the day 
appointed. 

CHANCERY TERMS. Terms for the hearing of causa, In 
cluding examination of witnesses, are held twice in each 
year, at Toronto and on Circuit, the places and dates 
being previously arranged by the Judges (see Circuits). 
Term* for tht rehearing of causes are held on the 3rd 
Thursday in February, the last Thursday in August, and 
the first Thursday in December. The Court also sits every 
week, except during vacation, for the despatch of business, 
in the following order - Monday, chamber business : Tuet- 
day, motions ; Wednesday, hearings pro confesso and on 
bill and anwer, motions for decree, further directions, 
petitions, and demurrer; Thursday, appeals from Master 1 !) 
reports. 

LONO VACATION extends from the 1st of July to the 
21st of August. In Chancery, there is also a vacation 
Irom the 24th December to 6th January. 

COUNTY COURT TERMS. The several County Court* in 
Ontario hold four terms in each year, commencing respec 
tively on the first Monday in the months of January- 
April, July, and October, and ending on the Saturday of 
the same week. 

Circuit* of the Court*. 

LAW CIRCUITS. Courts of Assize and Nisi Priug and 
of Oyer and Tennlner and General Gaol Delivery shall 
be held twice a year in each County or union of Conn. 



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ties, in the vacati jn between Hilary and Easter Terms, 
and between that period of the vacation after the 21st of 
Attfcust and Michaelmas Term, except the County of 
York, in which Cour.ty there shall be a third such Court 
in every year, in the vacation between Michaelmas and 
Hilary Terms. There are six Circuits, as follows, viz : 

The Eistr.rn : Brockville, Cornwall, Kingston, L Orignal, 
Ottawa. Pembroke, Perth. Aftdland: Belleville, Cobourg, 
Lindsay, Xnpanee, Peterboro , Picton. Whitby. Niagara : 
Barrio, Hamilton, Milton, Owen Sound, St. Catharines, 
Welland. Oxford: Berlin, Brantford, Ciyuga, Guelph, 
Simeoe, Stratford, Woodstock Western: Chatham, Gode- 
rich, London, Sandwich, Sarnia, St. Thomas, Walkerton 
Horn?.: Brampton, Toronto. 

The Courts in each Circuit shall be presided over by on 6 
of the (Jlmf Justices or Judges oi the Superior Courts, or 
In their absence, by some one Judge of a County Court 1 
or some one of her Majesty s Counsel learned in the law 
requested by any one of the Chiwf Justices or Judges oi 
the Superior Courts to act in that behalf. 

CHANCERY CIRCUITS For the Examination of Witnesses 
and He-irin^ Causes are held in the Spring and Fall of each 
year as fallows : 

Home: Barrie.Brantford,Guelph,Hamilton,Owen Sound, 
Simcoa, St. Catharines, Toronto. Wliitby. Eastern: Belle 
ville, Brockville, Cornwall, Kinistou, Lindsay, Ottawa, 
Peterborough, Perth, Cobourg. Western: Chatham. Gode- 
rich, London, Sandwich, Sarnia, Stratford, Walkerton, 
Woodstock. 



The Courts in each Circuit ate presided over by the 
Chancellor or one of the Vice Chancellors, or by any one 
of Her Majesty s Counsel learned in the law, requested 
by the Chancellor or one of the Vice Chancellors to act in 
that behalf. 

COMMISSIONERS FOR TAKINS AFFIDAVITS. Thes Commis 
sioners may be classed under three headings. First 
Commissioners in Ontario for taking affidavits to be used 
in Ontario under Consolidated Statutes of Upper Canada, 
22 Vic. cap. 39. Second Commissioners in Ontario for 
taking affidavits to be used in Quebec, and Commissioners 
in Quebec for taking affidavits to be used in Ontario, 
under Consolidated Statutes of Canada, 22 Vic. cap. 79; 
Third Commissioners in England, or any Colony or De 
pendency thereof, for taking affidavits to be used in On 
tario, under 31 Vic. cap. 14. The Commissioners appointed 
of the first and second headings are too numerous and are 
too generally known to need insertion here. Those of the 
third heading are Charles Bischoff (Biachoff, Bompas and 
Bischoff, Solicitors), Great Winchester Street, London, 
England; John Morris (Ashurst, Morris & Co., Solicitors), 
6 Old Jewry, London, England; W. Grain, Notary Public, 
31 Threadneedle Street, London, England; W. 1). Fresh- 
field (Messrs. Freshfield, Solicitors), Bank Buildings, Loth- 
bury, London, England. John Fair, Esq., Montreal, for 
Province of Quebec. 

LEGAL HOLJDA7S. Sundays; Christmas Bay; Good 
Friday; Easter Monday; New Year s Day; The Birthday 
of the Sovereign, and any day appointed by proclamation 
for a general fast or thanksgiving. 



ALGOMA DISTRICT. 

I. Edw. Riggings... Sault Ste. Marie 

II. John Vivian Bruce Mines 

III. Samuel McLean ... Little Current 

BRANT. 

I. Joseph Robinson Brantford 

II. Walter Gouinlock Paris 

HI. James Reed St. Geoige 

IV. H.jnry C.ix Bnrford 

V. Alonzn Foster Scotland 

VI. W. S. Buckwell Onondaga 

BRUCE. 

I. Win. Collins Walkerton 

II. II. B. O Connor Riversdale 

III. Joseph Barker Kincardine 

IV. Frank Grange Paisley 

V. John Eastwood Normanton 

VI. Hugh Murray Underwood 

VII. W. S. Francis , Invermay 

VIII. Bryce Miller Wiarton 

CARLETON. 

I. John Armstrong Ottawa 

II. John McLaren Richmond 

III. John Fenton South Huntley 

IV. Wm. D. Pigott ....Fitzroy Harbor 

V. Jaine^ Beeman North Gower 

VI. Ira Morgan Metcalf, Osgoode 

VII. Frederick W. Harmer ... Nepean 

ELGIN. 

I. Wm. E. Hughes Aylmer 

II. James Farley St. Thomas 

HI. James Farley St. Thomas 

IV. F. McDiarmid Airey, Aldboro 

ESSEX. 

I. Louis J. Fluett Sandwich 

II. Alanson Botsford...Amherstburg 

III. James King Kingsville 

IV. W. H. R. Nuth Colchester 

V. Jonathan Wigfield Mersea 

VI. Francis Graham Rochester 

VII. James L. G. Elliott Windsor 

FRONTENAC. 



Division Court Clerks. 

GREY. 

I. Thomag Gordon ...... Owen Sound 

II. Wm. Jackson ............... Durham 

III. Thos. Plunkett ............ Meaford 

IV. Th&s. J. Rorke ......... Heathcote 

V. John W. Armstrong ...... Proton 

VI. Henry Cardwell ... ... Chatsworth 

HALDIJIAND. 

I. Wm. Jackson ............ Caledonia 

II. James Mitchell ............. Cayuga 

III. John Armour ............ Dunuville 

IV. I. Honsberger ............ Rainham 

V. Seth K. Smith ......... Canborough 

VI. Cliiid. E. Bourne ......... Nanticoke 



HALTON. 

I. Wm. Panton .................. Milton 

II. Robert Balmer .............. Oakville 

III. Robert Young .......... Georgetown 

IV. James Mathews ............... Acton 

V. S. R. Lister ............ Nassagiweya 

VI. Robert Miller .................. Nelson 

HASTINGS. 

I. Robert C. Hulme ...... Belleville 

II. P. C. Ketcheson ............ Sidney 

III. Hiram Uolden ...... Shannonville 

IV. James Reid .................. Tweed 

V. George E. Bull ............ Stirling 

VI. George D. Rawe ...... ... Hastings 

VII. J. J. Ryan .............. East Moira 

VIII. Jacob Sills ............... Cannifton 

IX. Jeremiah Simmons ...... Trenton 

X. David Bently ............ Marmora 

XI. James Mairs ......... Bridgewater 

HDBOW. 

I. P. A. McDougall ......... Goderich 

II. Ludwig Meyer ............ Seaforth 

III. W. W. Farran ............ Clinton 

IV. Benjamin Fralick ......... Dingle 

V. Thomas Trivitt ............ Exeter 

VI. JohnCooke ............ Dnngannon 

VII. W. W. Connor ............ Bayfield 

KENT. 

I. Wm. Wells .................. Chatham 



I. John Duff Kingston II. J. Duck Morpeth 

II. P. McKim Cataraqui III. D.Wallace Dawn Mills 

IV. G. Young Harwich 



III. Charles Ruttan Railton 

IV. Samuel Stewart... Harrowsuiith 
V. D. J. Walker Inverary 



V. John Lillie, jun... Wallaceburgh 
VI. J. Taylor Bothwell 

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LAMBTON. 

I. P. T. Poussett Sarnia 

n. Alex. D.Elliott Warwick 

III. William Webster Florence 

IV. P. Catanach Sombra 

V. Thomas R. Scott Camlachie 

VI. T. Kirkpatrick ..Widder Station 

VII. Robert Dale Mooretown 

VIII. Robert Fuller Petrolla 

IX. John W. Branan Alviuston 

LANARK. 

I. Archibald Campbell Perth- 

II. Wm. Robertson Lanark 

III. James Poole Carleton Place 

IV. R. Harper Smith s Falls 

V. R. H. Davie Pakenhanj 

VI. John Patterson Almonte 

LEEDS AND QRENVILLS. 

I. David B.Jones Brockvffle 

II. Bartholomew White ... Prescott 

III. S. McCammon Gananoque 

IV. Robert Leslie Kemptville 

V. Michael Kelly Merrickville 

VI. W. H. Denaut Delta 

VII. Hiram McCrea Frankrille 

VIII. Horace Kilborn Newboro 

IX. David Mansell Farmersville 

X. Thos. Robertson ... Spenoerville 

XI. Warren Lyman N. Augusta 

XII. Alfred A. Munro...Mallorytwn 

LENNOX AND ADDINGTON. 

I. Charles James Napanee 

li. Charles L. Rogers Batn 

III. Joseph Allen ... Adolphuetown 

IV. Peter Johnston ... Clark s Mills 
V. Wm. Whelan Centreville 

VI. Henry Pultz Wilton 

VII. Reuben N. Neely .Tarn worth 

LINCOLN. 

I. W. B. Winterbottom Niagara 

II. W.A.Mittlsberger, St. Catharines 

III. Clark Snure Jordan 

IV. John C. Kerr Beamsville 

V. Robert Thompson Smithvilte 

VI. Thos. Pearson.-Abingdon, Caistor 

VII. Geo. Secord..St. Ann s, Gainsbore 

MUSKOKA DISTRICT. 

I. J. JB. Lonut Bracbridge 

II. J. H. Jaekssn ...Severn Bridge 



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DIVISION COURT CLERKS T. II. C. ASSOCIATIONS. 



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MIDDLESEX. 

I. John C. Meredith London 

H. G. Q. Hamilton Ailsa Craig 

III. John Flanagan Lucan 

IT. C. J. Fox Delaware 

V. Andrew Wilson WardsTille 

VI. J. H. English Strathroy 

VII. Thomas Smith Nileitewn 

VIII. W. B. Bernard Arra 

NIPISS1NG DIStRI-T. 

I. John Bangs Mattawa 

II. Henry Y. Head Hopefield 

NORFOLK. 

I. Edmund Jackson Simcoe 

II. Edwd. Matthews Waterford 

III. D. W. Freeman Simcoe 

IV. C. S. Harris Courtland 

V. W. Hewitt Vittoria 

VI. S. P. Mabee Port Rowan 

VII. T. Chamberlin...Houghton Can. 
Till. Lawrence Skey Port Dover 

NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM. 

I. Chas. Clark, sen....Bowmanville 
II. Samuel Wilmot Newcastle 

III. Wm. Sheppard Port Hope 

IV. John Hunter Millbrook 

V. Henry Mason Cobourg 

VI. James G. Rogers Grafton 

VII. Wm. Johnstone Colborne 

VIII. George S. Burrell Brighton 

IX. John Douglas Warkworth 

X. Henry Fieldhouse Murray 

XI. Daniel Kennedy. ..Campbellford 
XII. James Fluke Cartwright 

ONTARIO. 

I. D. C. Macdonell Whithy 

II. Charles Taylor Pickering 

III. John Burnham Port Perry 

IV. Joseph Dickey Uxbridge 

V. Charles Burnham Cannington 

VI. C. Robinson Beaverton 

VA!. Henry E. O Dell Athorley 

OXFORD. * 

I. David M. Perry Woodstock 

II. William H. Landon Princeton 

HI. Donald Matheson Embro 

IV. James Barr Norwichville 

V. David Canfield Ingersoll 

VI. Charles Hawkins Tilsonburg 

PARRY SOUND DISTRICT. 

I. F. A. Foley Parry Sound 

II. Henry Armstrong McKellar 

PERTH. 

I. David B. Burritt Stratford 

II. Thomas Matheson Mitchell 

III. J. Coleman ... St. Mary s 

IV. George Brown Shakespeare 

V. Samuel Whaley Topping 

VI. D. D. Hay Liatowel 



PEEL. 

I. T. A. Agar Brampton 

II. A. Simpson Streetsville 

III. John Harris Charleston 

IV. L. R. Bolton Bolton Village 

PETERBOROUGH. 

I. John J. Hall Peterboro 

II. John A. Butterfield ... Norwood 
ill. Thomas Campbell Keene 

IV. S. S. Peck Minden 

V. Samuel Sherin Lakeneld 

PRESCOTT AND RUSSELI. 

I. James 0. Gates L Orignal 

II. John Shields Vankleekhill 

III. Wm. Allison. East Hawkesbury 

IV. Jas. Von Bridger... Plantagenet 
V. J. S. Cameron Cumberland 

VI. A. Carson Russell 

VII. Thos. White Hawkesbury 

VIII. John Downing Caledonia 

PRINCE EDWARD. 

I. John P. Downes Plcton 

II. James Cook Milford 

III. Israel Hamilton. Demorestville 
IV. Sylr. Spragge.... Roblin s Mills 

V. Wm. Young Wellington 

VI. H. Spafford, Cherry Val. Bloomf. 

VII. Joshua M. Cadman Consecon 

VUI. R. Hill...Bongard s Cor., Picton 

RENFREW. 

I. Andrew Irving Pembroke 

II. Wm. Cannon Beachburgh 

III. George Eady, jun Renfrew 

IV. G. E. Neilson Arnprior 

V. Thos. McWilliams Dacre 

VI. James Reeves Eganville 

VII. Robert Allan Cobden 

VIII. Joseph Kinder Rockingham 

SIMCOE. 

I. Thomas Lloyd Barrie 

II. Robert Maconchy Bradford 

III. Wm. H. Dickson Tecumseth 

IV. A. Dudgeon Collingwood 

V. John Craig Craighurst 

VI. Thomas Dallas... Orillia 

VII. Thomas Gordon Everett 

VIII. Geo. McManus Mono Mills 

IX. II. E. Jeflery...Panetanguishene 

BTORMONT, DUNDAS AND GLENQART. 

I. Arch. Eraser Williamstown 

II. C. D. Chisholm Alexandria 

III. Charles Poole Cornwall 

IV. C. Archibald. Dickenson s Lan g 

V. John W. Loucks Morrisburg 

VI. John S.Ross Iroquois 

VII. William J. Ridley Mountain 

VIII. John A. Cockburn Berwick 

IX. Peter Stuart.....! Lancaster 



X. Wm. Rae Winchester 

XI. D. Mclulosh Roxborough 

XII. John A. McDougall Kenyon 

THUNDER BAT DISTRICT. 

I. W. A. Clarke ... P. Arthur i Lad g 

VICTORIA. 

I. George W. Miller Woodvilla 

II. D. C. Woodman Fenelon Falls 

III. W. E Sherwood Bobcaygeon 

IV. James R. McNeillie Omemete 

V. James McKibbon Lindsay 

VI. J. F. Cummings Oakwood 

WATERLOO. 

I. A.J.Peterson Beribj 

II. Otto Klotz Preston 

IIT. Peter Keefer Gall 

IV. John Wyllie Ayr 

V. John Allchin ....New Hamburgh 

VI. M. P. Empey Hawkesville 

VII. John L. Wideman St. Jacobs 

WELLAND. 

I. Alfred Willett Welland 

II. S. S. Hagar....Wainfleet, Welland 

III. Thos. Newbigging Fort Erie 

IV. J. A. Orchard ... Drummondvilte 

V. George Keefer Thorold 

WELLINGTON. 

I. A. A. Baker Guelph 

II. Wm. Leslie Puslinch 

III. Wm. McCarthy Rockwood 

IV. Alex. Cadenhead Fergus 

V. Wm. Tyler Erin 

VI. John McLean Elora 

VII. George Allan Allansvilte 

VIII. C. O Callaghan Arthur 

IX. Guy Leslie Orangevill* 

X. Henry C. Kayo Harriston 

XI. James C. Wil&es... Mount Forest 
XII. Donald McDonald Drayton 

WENTWORTH. 

I. Wm. Griffin Hamilton 

II. F. D. Suter Dundag 

III. J. McMomes. jun... Waterdown 

IV. W. McDonald Rockton 

V. Alva Jones Stoney Creek 

VI. L. A. Gurnett Ancaster 

VII. John Atkinson Glanford 

VIII. Henry Hall Hall s Corners 

YORK. 

I. A. McLean Howard Toronto 

II. J. J. Barker Markham 

III. J. M. Lawrence. ..Richmond HfH 

IV. John Cook Newmarket 

V. Wrn. Fry Sutton 

VI. A. Armstrong, jr.... Lloydtown 

VII. D. McCallum Burwiek 

VIII. John Paul Weston 

XII. John H. Richardson ... Wexford 



YOUNG MEN S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

ONTARIO AND QUEBEC. 

Toronto ; H. L. Thompson, Toronto, with tho following 
Corresponding Members : E. W. Maguire, M.D., Guelph; 
James Baylis, Montreal ; William Johnson, Belleville ; 
Wm. Craig, Port Hope ; George A. Young, Hamilton ; 
W. D. Balfour, St. Catharines ; A. G. Murray, Ingersoll ; 
Thomas Muir, London ; Richard Paircloth, Goderich 
B. Robertson, Kingston. T. J.Wilkie, Toronto, Secretary. 



CONVENTION OF 1872-73. Officers President : Wm. 
Anderson, Toronto. Vice-Presidents: Wm. Johnson, 
Belleville ; George Hague, Toronto ; Dr. E. W. Maguire, 
Guelph ; W. J. MeCalla, St. Catharines ; E. C. Thomas. 
Hamilton ; T. J. Claxton, Montreal. Secretaries: W. D. 
Balfour, St. Catharines ; P. L. Spencer, Hamilton. Exe 
cutive Committee : John McDonald, Toronto ; G. Hague, 
Toronto ; Wm. Anderson, Toronto ; George H. Moxon, 



ONTARIO. 

Barrie Geo. Hague., jr. 

Brantford R. Blackadur. 

Brockvillo 

Bellevill.: J. Templeton. 

Berlin M. Wing. 

Bowmanville .... P. Trebilcock. 

Cobourg J. W. Buekle. 

Fergus Alex. Taylor. 



Guelph Wm. Anderson. 

Gait R. S. Wallace. 

Hamilton. D. A. Sinclair. 

Ingcrsoll A. G. Murray. 

Napanee A. L. Morden. 

Ottawa Robert Forgil. 

Owen Sound J. G. Smith. 

OakviUe 

Paris James Roberts. 

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Port Hope George Mason. 

St. Catharines .... W. D. Balfour. 

Toronto T. J. Wilkie. 

Woodstock James F. Bain. 

t QUEBEC. 

Montreal v . .. A. Sandham. 

Quebec J. S. Thompson, 

Point St. Charles . L. Gushing. 



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STAMP DUTIES S. 8. ASSOCIATION ODD FELLOWS. 



[1873. 



TABLE OF STAMP DUTIES. 



On every promissory note, draft, or bill of exchangn, not 
less than $25, 1 cent ; over $25 to $50, 2 cents ; OYer$50 to 
$100, 3 cents. 

On every promissory note, draft, or bill of exchange, 
executed singly, for the first $100, 3 cents ; for every ad 
ditional $100, or fraction of a $100, 3 cents. 

On every draft or bill of exchange executed in duplicate, 
for the first $100, 2 cents; for every additional $100, or 
fraction thereof, 2 cents. 

On every draft or bill of exchange executed in more 
than two parts, for each part for the first $100, 1 cent ; for 
every additional $100, or fraction thereof, 1 cent. 



The duties to be paid by stamps affixed to each promis 
sory note, draft, or bill of exchange : but the person affix 
ing such stamp shall, at the time of affixing the came, 
write or stamp thereon the date at ^rhich it is affixed, and 
each stamp shall be held prim A facie to have been affixed 
at the date stamped or written thereon, and, if no date be 
so stamped or written thereon, euch adhesive stamp shall 
be of no avail. 

Penalty for neglecting to affix stamps, or for wilfully 
writing or stamping a false date thereon, $100. 

The Governor in Council may direct stamped paper to 
be prepared for the purpose of this Act. 



SABBATH SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. 



SABBATH SCHOOL ASSOCIATION or CANADA. Officers 
for 1872-3. President: Very Rev. Dean Bond, LL.D., 
Montreal. Vice-Presidents: Hon. Jas. Ferrier, Principal 
Dawson, LL.D., Montreal ; Rev. F. H. Marling, Toronto; 
D. W. Beadle, St. Catharines ; Hon. Billa Flint, Belle 
ville ; James Young, M.P., Gait ; Alfred Rowland, Lon 
don ; and the Presidents of all the County Associations. 
Treasurer: Hon. John McMurrieh, Toronto; General 
Secretary: Rev. William Millard, Toronto; Minute 
Secretaries: Rev. Edward Morrow, M.A., Princeton ; J. 
R. Miller, Goderich ; J. J. McLaren, M.A., Montreal. 
The above-named sre ex-offieio members of the Execu 
tive Committee, Committee : 8. B. Scott, Rev. J. Dono 
van, R. Irwin, Theodore Lyman, J. A. Mathewson, D. 
Morrice, Montreal; Rev. W. Hall, M.A., Ottawa; Rev. 
C. P. Watson. Cowansville ; Rev. D. McGillivray, Black- 
ville ; Rev. John Scott, Napanee ; Dr. Lavelle, Rev. G. 
Grafftey, Kingston ; A. F. Wallbridge, Newcastle ; Win. 
Craig, sen , Rev. F. A. Omeara, LL.D., Port Hope ; W. 
Johnson, Belleville ; Rev. C. Fish, Peterborough ; Henry 



O Hara, Bowmanville : D. B. Chisholm, Rev. J. Gar 
dener, A. J. McKenzie, Hamilton ; J. M. Denton, J. J. 
Dyas, Rev. D. Savage, London ; Rev. John Wood, Brant- 
ford ; Rev. Joel Briggs, Elora ; Joseph Barber, George 
town ; Robert Alexander, Newmarket ; Rev. D. Waters, 
LLD., St. Mary s; Rev. W. R. Parker, St. Catharines; 
Rev. George Bell, LL.D., Clifton ; Robert McLean, Gait ; 
Chas. Raymond, Guelph ; Daniel McLean, Thos. Nixon, 
J. Joseph Woodhouse, J. L. Blaikie, Rev. W. Gregg, 
M.A., S. S. Martin, C. A. Morse, John GiUespie, H. J. 
Clark, James Brown, J. George Hodgins, LL.D., J. W. 
Cox, Robert Wilkes, M.P., Rev. J. M. Cameron, James 
Patterson, William Kerr, Charles S. Millard, S. H. 
Blake, A. McMurchy, M.A., W. H. Pearson, Jarne* 
Hughes, Edward Galley, Warring Kennedy, T. Dixon 
Craig, Rev. S. H. Dyke, Rev. Thomas Griffith, Rev. J. 
J. Rice, W. C. Ashdown, Wm. Adamson, John Denis, 
J. S. Berkeley Smith, N. W. Hayles, H. Vandersmissen, 
Alex. Marling, Rev. A. Binga, Toronto ; Rev. Septimus 
Jones, M. A., David Buchan, Samuel Wickson, Torkville. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

Grand Lodge of Ontario. 



John Murray . ...M. "fl 
G. Wright, M.D. R. "W 
K. Warrlner " 
J B Kin<* " 


T . Grand Master 
. Deputy Grand 
Grand Warde 
" Secreta 
" Treasu 
" Repres 


Clifton 


John Gibson R. W. Grand Representa .Stratford 
Harper Wilson... " *" Marshal St. Catharines 
James F. Morey. " " Conductor ...Incersoll 
George Midgely. " " Guardian.. ..Hamilton 
Rev. John Hurst " " Chaplain ....Windsor 

TE LODGES. 


Master. . Toronto 


ry Brantford 


A.D.Clement.... " 
Jjw. Woodyatt ... 


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entative.. " 

8UBOBDINA 


LODGE. 


NO. 


LOCATION. 


NIGHT OP MEETING. 


LODGE. 


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North Star 
Hope 






Uarrietsville ... 
Lucan 


ITria 


Port Burwell... 
Brantford 
Ingersoll 
St. Mary s 






The Toronto 
Eastern Star. ... 


Toronto 


Samaritan 
St. Mary s 
Forest City 
Rond Eau 


Whitby 


Bothwell 


Bothwell 


Rlenheim 
Stratford 
Hamilton 
Windsor 


Warriner 
St. Thomas 
Oxford 


Port Perry 
St. Thomas . ... 
Ingersoll 
Port Hope 
Uxbridge 
Prescott 






Durham 


Mt Zion 


Newbury 
Hamilton 






Amity 


Dominion 


Belleville 


Belleville 


Toronto 


Beaver 


Ruthven 
Clinton 


OttAr 


Tilsonburg ... 
Mitchell 


Clinton 


.ujsseii 


Walkerton 
Constellation ... 
Napanee. ......... 


Walkerton .... 
fiurgessville ... 
Napanee 






Niagara Falls ... 
Qollingwood ... 
Fidelity 


Clifton 


Collingwood ... 
Seaforth 




St. Catharines. 
Woodstock .... 
Guelph 


Olive Branch ... 
Reliance. 


Queen City 
Maple Leaf 




Orangeville ... 
Strathroy 
Kingston 
Wardsville .... 




Park Hill 


Grand River . ... 
Milton 


Paris 




Milton 


Wardsville 
Corinthian 


Western City ... 


Chatham 
Aylmer 
Port Stanley... 
Hamburgh .... 
Berlin 


Goderich 


Port Stanley.... 
Nith 


Barrio 




Hamilton 
Petrolia .. 


Grand Union.... 
Minto .. 


Friendship ... 


Harriston 



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LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC. 



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LITERAEY AND SCIENTIFIC. 



AGRICULTURAL AND ARTS ASSOCIATION. Members of 
the Council, 1872. Archibald McNah, Lochiel, Hon. 
J. Skead, Ottawa, Andrew Wilson, Maitland, Irvine 
Diamond, Belleville, Nathan Choate, Port Hope, Geo. 
Graham, Brampton, George Murton, Guelph, J. C. 
Bykert, M.P.P., St. Catharines, Hon. David Christie, 
Paris, Robert Gibbons, M.P.P., Goderich, Lionel E. 
Shipley, Falk irk, Stephen White, Charing Cross. Ex- 
Officio Members. Hon. A. McKellar, Commissioner of 
Agriculture, Ac., Toronto; J*mes Young, M.P. Gait, 
President of the Mechanics Institutes Association of 
Ontario ; Rev. R. Burnett, Hamilton, President of the 
Fruit Growers Association ; George Buckland, Toronto, 
Professor of Agriculture In the University of Toronto ; 
Rev. Dr. Ryerson, Chief Superintendent of Education, 
Ontario ; Rev. C. J. S. Bethune, President of the Ontario 
Entomological Society, Port Hope. President, Stephen 
White, Charing Cross ; Vice-President, Andrew Wilson, 
Maitland ; Treasurer, George Graham, Brantford : Secre 
tary, Hugh C. Thomson, Toronto; Consulting Chemist, 
Professor Croft, University College ; Veterinary Surgeon- 
and Referee, Andrew Smith, Licentiate Edin. Veterinary 
College ; Seedsman, James Fleming, Toronto ; Bankers, 
Bank of British North America. General Superintendent 
Oifihe Exhibition, Thos. Keyes, St. Catharines. 

ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF ONTARIO. Organized 
1863. Incorporated 1871. President, Rev. C. J. S. 
Bethune, M.A., Port Hope; Vice-President, Vf. Saun- 
ders, London, Ont. ; Secretary-Treasurer, E. BaynesReed, 
London, Ont. Directors, Prof. Croft, D.C.L., Toronto ; 
3. M. Denton, London ; R. V. Rogers, jun., Kingston. 
Prof. J. Macoun, Belleville ; J. Pettit, Qrimsby. Audi 
tors, J. H. Griffith and C. Chapman, London. . The 
Society publish an illustrated Annual Report on Noxious 
and Beneficial Insects, presented to the Hon. Commis 
sioner of Agriculture of Ontario, and The Canadian Ento 
mologist, a monthly illustrated magazine ; General Editor, 
Rev. C. J. S. Bethune ; Editing Committee, Messrs. Sauu- 
flars, Reed and Denton. The Society has branches at 
Quebec, London and Kingston. The General Meeting of 
the Society is held each year during the Annual Exhibi 
tion of the Agricultural and Arts Association of Ontario. 

r 

QUEBEC BRANCH. L Abbe Ovide Brunei, Professor of 
Botany, Laval University, President. Meets at the rooms 
at the Literary and Historical Society, Morrin College. 

LONDON BKANCH. Officers : President, E. B. Reed ; 
Tice-President, J. M. Denton ; Secretary-Treasurer, H. 
Bock ; Curator, Joseph Williams. 

KINGSTON BRANCH. Officers : President, Prof. N. F. 
Dupuis ; Vice-President, E. H. Collins ; Secretary-Trea- 
tiurer, R. V Rogers, jun. 

FKDIT GROWERS ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO. Officers : 
President, Rev, R. Burnet, Hamilton ; Vice-President, 
Win. Saunders, London ; Secretary and Treasurer, D. W. 
Beadle, St. Catharines ; Directors, J. C. Rykert, M. P., 
St. Catharines ; John Grey, sen., Toronto ; G. Leslie, jr. 
Leslie; Rev. W. F. Clarke, Guelph; J. A. Allen, Kingston; 
A. B. Bennett, Brautford ; A. M, Ross, Goderich ; C. 
Arnold, Paris ; W. Holden, Hamilton. Auditors, W. L. 
Copeland, W. J. McCalla, St. Catharines. The Associa 
tion distributes annually a valuable Report to all its 
numbers, and some fruit tree, vine or plant which, it is 
hoped, will prove to be valuable in our climate In this 
way the Association makes an experimental garden of 
the whole Province, and disseminates among its mem 
bers much valuable information relating to the cultiva 
tion of fruit. 

ONTARIO BEE-KEEPERS ASSOCIATION. President, Rev. 
W. F. Clarke, Guelph. Vice- President, J. H. Thomas, 
Brooklin. Secretary-Treasurer, A. C. Attwood, Vanneck ; 
Executive-Committee, Messrs. Losie, Cobonrg ; Hugh Lip- 
sett, Campbell s Cross ; William Nicolle, Lindsay ; D. 
Reekie, Wilfred ; George Ott, Arkona. 

TRINITY COLLBGE LITERARY INSTITUTE. Established 
1853. Meets every Friday evening during the Michael 
mas and Lent Terms, in the College Hall. Council for 
Academical Year 1872-73 . President, W. C. Allan, B.A.; 
Treasurer, R. L. M. Houston; Secretary, C L. Worrell ; 
Librarian, C. Fessenden; Curator, R. W. Garrett ; M em 
ber for III Year, C. J. Logan ; Member for II Ytar. 
i. ilaeldem. 



ONTARIO MECHANICS INSTITUTE ASSOCIATION. Pre 
sident, James Young, M. P., Gait. Vice-President, Rev. 
W. Cochrane, Brantford. Secretary, William Edwards, 
Toronto. Executive Committee, B. McCrae, Guelph. ; 
Judge Logie, Hamilton ; M. Sweetnam, Toronto ; J. C. 
Rykert, St. Catharines. 

THE CANADIAN CHESS ASSOCIATION. President, J. B. 
Cherriman, M. A., Toronto. Vice-Presidents, H. A. 
Howe, Montreal ; James DeMille, Halifax, N. S. ; Dr. 
Allan M. King, St. John. N. B. Secretary-Treasurer, Dr. 
I. Ryall, Hamilton. Managing Committee, J. White, 
Montreal ; J. Taylor, St. Catharines ; J. Henderson, St. 
Liboire ; F. T. Jones, Toronto ; F. C. N. Robertson, 
Hamilton ; G. E. Jackson, Seaforth ; R. H. Ramsay, 
Cobourg. 

CANADIAN INSTITUTE. Officers -.President, Rev. H. 
Scadding, D.D. ; 1st Vice-President, Prof. G. F. King, 
ston, M. A. ; 2nd Vice-President, W. M. Clark ; 3rd Vice- 
President, W. W. Ogden, M. D. ; Recording Secretary, G. 

Murray; Corresponding Secretary, : 

Treasurer, Samuel Spreull ; Librarian, M. Gumming, 
B.A. ; Curator, R. A. Reeve, M. D. ; Council Win. Can- 
niir, M.D. ; D. Wilson, LL.D. ; Rev. J. Campbell, M.A.; 
James Louden, M.A. ; Prof. J. B; Cherriman, M..A. ; W. 
Oldwright, M.D. 

CANADIAN INSTITUTE MEDICAL SECTION. Organized 
April, 1S63. Dr. W. W. Ogden, Chairman ; Dr. Reeve, 
Dr. Hall, Committee ; Dr. Oldright, Secretary. 

TORONTO MECHANICS INSTITUTE. Established 1830. 
Incorporated 1846. President, Matthew Sweetnam; 1st 
Vice-President, Thos. Davison ; 2nd Vice-President, John 
Fensom ; Treasurer, T. Maclear ; Secretary, JohnDavy. 

OTTAWA LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. Presi 
dent, Dr. Grant, M.P., F.G.S. ; 1st Vice-President, John 
Thorburn, M.A. ; 2nd Vice-President, E. A. Meredith, 
LL.D. ; Secretary, H. P. Hill, M.A. ; Treasurer, J. G. 
Whyte ; Librarian, W. D. Lesueur, B.A. ; Curator, Wm. 
White ; Members of Council, John Langton, M.A. ; A. J, 
Christie, B.A., LL.B., and William Porter. 

OTTAWA PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. President, J. L. 
Orme ; Vice-Presidents, Parris ; Secretary, C. E. Ro 
berts ; Treasurer, G. N. Orme ; Curator, F. Grant ; Con 
ductors, H. R. Fripp and J. Mercer. 

LITERARY ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIC 
TORIA COLLEGE. President. Dr. Nelles ; 1st Kicc-Prest- 
deiit, D. C. McHenry; 2nd Vice-President, F. Nugent; 
Critic, J. J. Hare ; Assistant Critic, B. Longley ; Corret- 
ponding Secretary, J. Tovel ; Recording Secretary, J. L. 
Whiting ; Assistant Ilec. Secretary, J. P. Harnden ; Trea 
surer, T. Manning ; Librarian, D. Kane ; Asst. Librarian, 
S. F. Le Barre. 

TEACHERS ASSOCIATION, ONTARIO. President, Prof- 
Nicholson, University College, Toronto ; 1st VivC Presi 
dent, Robert Alexander, Newmarket; 2nd Vice- President. 
E. B. Harrison, Insp., Kent; 3rd Vice-President, J. H 
Hunter, M.A., St. Catharines; Uth Vice-President, D. J 
Johnston, Cobourg ; 5th Vice-President, G. D. Platt 
Insp. Prince Edward ; 6th Vice-President, Dr. Crowle, 
Picton ; Recording Sicretary, Archibald McMurohy, M. 
A., Toronto; Corresponding Secretary, Thomas Kirkland, 
M. A., Toronto ; Treasurer, Samuel Macalister, Toronto. 
Councillors: Messrs. Mclntosh, Northumberland ; Mac- 
allum, Hamilton ; Glashan, London; Watson, Wcston ; 
Anderson, Toronto ; Hunter, Dundas ; Platt, ficton. 
The Association meets during the second week in 
August, at Toronto. All engaged iu educational work 
are eligible for membership. 

ALMA MATER SOCIETY, QUEEN S COLLEGK, KINGSTON 
Established 1858. President, John Mclntyre, M.A. ; Viee- 
P residents. Rev. R. Campbell, M.A., Andrew McUUlloch, 
B.A., R. J. Craig, B.A., P. C. MeNee, W. A. Donald, J. 
A. McDowall, B.A. ; Secretary, W. A. Lang ; Treasurer, 
James Connack ; Executive Committee, Messrs. Coclcburn, 
McRae, Gibson, Snodgrass, Gillies, and D. Mclntyre. 

TRINITY COLLEGE READING CLUB. Meets in the Col 
lege Hail every Friday evening during the Mirh:u lma* 
and Lent Terms. Olncers 1872-3: Hon. President, Rev. 
Prof. Ambery ; Acting President, W. C. Allen, B.A. ; Sec 
retary, C. L. Ferguson : Committet men, C. J. Logan amd 
A. A. F. Wood. 



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NUMISMATIC AND ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY OF MON 
TREAL. Organized, 1862. Incorporated, 1870. Officers, 
1872. President, H. Mott; Vice-Presidents, D. Rose 
and B. J. Wicksteed ; Treasurer and Curator, R. W. 
McLachlan; Corresponding Secretary, Gerald E. Hart; 
Recording Secretary, G. Hopkins. Meets in its Rooms 
in the Natural History Society s Building, corner of 
University and Cathcart street, every second Wednesday 
in each month. Visitors to Museum are admitted free 
on application to the Secretary for a pass. Car 
Antiquarian and Numismatic Journal published quar 
terly, by the Society. 

ONTARIO DENTAL SOCIETY. Instituted 1S67. Officers 
for 1872-73. President, F. G. Callondar, L.D.S., Tor 
onto ; Vice-President, S. B. Sabine, L.D.S., London; 
Secretary, S. Zimmerman, D.D.S., L.D.S , Fergus; 
Treasurer, John Bowes, L.D.S., Hamilton. The Society 
meets annually for the discussion of questions of prac 
tical intersst to the profession. 

DENTAL ASSOCIATION OF THE PROVINCE or QUEBEC. 
Instituted 1868 Officers 1872-73 President, H. D. Ross, 
Quebec ; Secretary, L. J. B. Leblanc, Montreal ; Trea 
surer, J. H. Webster, Montreal ; Executive Committee, 
Messrs. Alloway, Dowlin, Fiske, Tresker, Venner, and 
Lefaivre. Dental Board of Examiners. President, A. 
Bernard, Montreal ; Secretary, W. G. Beers, Montreal ; 
Treasurer, C. Brewster, Montreal; Registrar, L. J. B. 
Leblanc, Montreal. 

"THE ADELPHIAN" LADIES LITERARY SOCIETY, 
ALEXANDRA COLLEGE. President, Miss Sisk ; Vice-Pre- 
sident, Miss Lavis ; Secretary, Miss Mitchell ; Treasurer, 
and Librarian, Jliss Ashton. 

ALBERT COLLEGE LITERARY SOCIETY. President, B. 
M. Pope ; Vice-President, B. Warner ; Secretary, F. J. 
Edmonds; Assistant Secretary, A. Badgley; Treasurer, 
W. P. Dyer ; Critic, C. Irvine. 



ALBERT COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES HISTORICAL SO 
CIETY. President, D. C. Mclntyre ; V ice-President, C. 
A. Kingston ; Secretary, E. McMahon ; Corresponding 
Secretary, J. A. Carman ; Recording Secretary, P. L. 
Palmer; Treasurer, T. W. Crothers; Librarian, E. L. 
Chamberlain. 

ALBERT COLLEGE THEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. President, 
Bev. Pres. Carman; Vice-President, Rev. G. G. Hap- 
good, D.D. ; 2d Vice-President, Rev. E. J. Badgley, M.A.; 
Secretary, T. W. Mavety ; Treasurer, W. Braithwaite ; Li 
brarian, T. Richards ; Chaplain, Rev. E. J. Badgley, M.A. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC SO 
CIETY. Established 1854. Meets every Friday evening, 
at University College. Public debates once in each 
month. Patrons, the President and Professors of Uni 
versity College ; President, D. Black, B.A.; 1st Vic- 
President, F. H. Wallace; 2nd Vice-President, F. P. 
Betts ; Recording Secretary, Walter Banvick ; Corres 
ponding Secretary, 3. P. Craig; Secretary of Committees, 
3. Fisken;- Treasurer, S. P. Thompson ; Curator, A. R. 
Dickey; Councillors, 3. H. Long, W. E. Perdue, 8. G. 
Blackstock, A. B. Aylesworth, J. A. M. Aikius. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE NATURAL SCIENCE CLUB Meets 
at the residence of one of its members once a fortnight. 
President, Rev. J. Campbell, M.A.; Secretary-Treasurer, 
C. R. W. Biggar, B.A.; Curator, W, H. Ellis, M.A., M.D. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY Presi 
dent, Rev. Prof. G. P. Young, M.A.; 1st Vice-President, 
J. Scrimger, M.A.; 2nd Vice-President, M. Gumming, 
B.A.; Secretary-Treasurer, H. H. McPherson, B.A.; 
Corresponding Secretary, W. J. Robertson. 

BURLINGTON LITERARY SOCIETY, HAMILTON. Insti 
tuted 1861. President, William Bell ; 1st Vice-President, 
F. A. Read ; 2nd Vice-President, Chas. Lemon ; Secretary, 
Mr. Gilbert ; Treasurer, T. B. Steward. Meets every 
Monday evening, 22 King Street. 



EDUCATIONAL. 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Visitor, His Excellency the Hon . 
W. P. Howland, C.B., Lieut.-Gor. of Ontario. Chancellor, 
Hon. J. C. Morrison. Vice-Chancellor, Hon. A. Crooks, 
LL.D. Members of the. Senate : J. Langton, M.A. ; Rev. J. 
McCaul, LL.D.; Hon. J. Patton; LL.D., QC.; Hon. David 
Christie, Senator; Sir W. E. Logan, D.C.L., F.R.S.; J. J. 
Hayes, M.D.; Rev. E. Ryerson, D.D.; The Principal of 
Queen s College; Key. S. S. Nelles, M.A.; Very Eev. A. 
McDonell; G. R. 11. Cockburn, M.A.; Superior of the 
By town College; W. T. Aikins, M.D. ; H. H. Crott, D.C.L., 
F.C.S.; J. B. Cherriman, M.A.; D. Wilson. LL.D.; Rev. 
John Jennings, D.D. ; Hon. 0. Mowat; G. Herrick, M.D. ; 
Ira Lewis, M.A. ; Larratt W. Smith, D.C.L. ; S. S. Mac- 
doncll, LL.D.; Rev. H. B. Jessopp, M.A.; J. Helliwell, 
M.A.; T. A. McLean, M.A.; J. Boyd, M.A., B.C.L.; D. 
McMichael, LL.D.; E. C. Jones, B.A.; J. D. Armour, B.A.; 
J. J. Kingsmill, B.A.; Hon. William Cay ley; Rev. Dr. 
1 yfe; James H. Morris, M.A. ; Hon. E. Blake, M.A. ; Rev. 
Dr. Barclay ; Rev. W. F. Checkley, M.A.; Right Rev. J. 
ATalsh; Rev. A. Carman, B.A.; T. H. Bull, "M.A. ; Rev. 
John Davison; Right Rev. I. Hellmuth, D.D.; Thomas 
Hodgins, M.A., Rev. J. M. Gibson, M.A.; N.O.Walker, 
M.A., M.D.; J. H. Richardson, M.D.; N. Bsthune, M.D.; 
Rev. W. H. Withrow, M.A.; Thomas Moss, M.A., QC.j 
J. McKeown, M.A.: Rev. John Campbell, M.A. Officers 
of the Senate: J. E,. Thomson, B.A., Librarian; W. G. Fal- 
conbridge, M.A.. Registrar. Scholarships offered at Exami 
nations of the University. Faculty of Law, 4 ; ] for 
Matriculants, 1 for Students 1 year s standing,! for Students 

2 years standing, 1 for Students 3 years standing. Faculty 
Of Medicine, 4: 1 for Matriculants, 1 for Students 1 year s 

standing, 1 for Students 2 years standing, 1 for Students 

3 years standing. Faculty of Arts : at the Junior Ma 
triculation Examination, 2 in Classics, 2 in Mathematics, 
1 in English, History and French ; 2 for General Profici 
ency in all the subjects appointed for Junior Matriculants ; 
at the Senior Matriculation Examination, 1 in Classics, 1 
in Mathematics, 2 for General Proficiency in all the sub 
jects appointed for Senior Matriculants ; at the Examina 
tion for the First Year, 2 in Classics, 2 in Mathematics, 1 
for Special Proficiency in Modern Languages and Natural 
Sciences ; 2 for General Proficiency ; at the Examination 
for the Second Year, 2 in Classics, 2 in Mathematics, 1 in 
Natural Sciences, 1 in Modern Languages, 1 for Special 
Proficiency ia Modem Languages, Natural Sciences and 



Metaphysics, 1 in Logic, Metaphysics and Ethics; 2 for 
General Proficiency; at the Examination for the Third 
Year, 2 in Classics, 2 in Mathematics, 1 in Natural Sciences, 
1 in Modern Languages, 1 in Metaphysics and Ethics with 
Natural Theology, 2 for General Proficiency, 1 in History 
and Civil Polity. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. Visitor, Ilia Excellency the Hon. 
W. P. Howland, C.B., Lieuteuant-Governor of Ontario. Pre 
sident. Rev. John McCaul, LL.D. Professors: Classical 
Literature, Logic, and Rhetoric, Rev. John McCaul, LL.D.; 
Chemistry and Experimental Philosophy, Henr.v H. Croft, 
D.C.L. ; Agriculture, Geo. Buckland ; Natural Philosophy , 
J. B. Cherriman, M.A. ; History and English Literature, 
D. Wilson, LL.D.; Mineralogy and Geology, E. J. Chapman, 
Ph. D., LL.D.; Meteorology, and Director of the iiagnetical 
Observatory, G. T. Kingston, M.A. ; Natural History, H. A. 
Nicholson, M.D., D. So., M.A., Ph. D. ; Metaphysics and 
Ethics, Rev. G. P. Young, M.A.; Lecturer on Oriental 
Literature, J. M. Hirschfelder ; Mathematical Tutor and 
Dean, J. Loudon, M.A. ; Lecturer on German, W. H. Van- 
dersmissen, M.A.; Lecturer on French, Eruile Pernet; 
Acting Lecturer on Italian and Spanish, Wm. Oldright, 
M.A., M.D.; Classical Tutor, W. D. Pearman, MA.; Act 
ing Registrar, W. H. Vandersmissen, M.A. 

Bursar s Department of the University, University College- 
and Upper Canada College. Bursar, David Buchan ; Clerk 
and Book-keeper, J. E. Berkeley Smith ; Messenger, Thos. 
Wilson. Office on U. C. College Grounds. 

UNIVERSITY OP QUEEN S COLLEGE, KINGSTON. Incorpo 
rated by Royal Charter, Oct. 16, 1841. Principal : Very Rev. 
Wm. Snodgrass, D.D. Faculties of Theology and Arts : The 
Principal, Primarius Professor of Divinity ; Rev. John B. 
Mowat, M.A., Professor of Oriental Languages, Biblical Cri 
ticism and Church History, Secretary to the Senate, and 
Registrar; Rev. J.Williamson, M.A., LL.D., Professor of 
Mathematics and Natural Philosophy; John Watson, 
M.A., Professor of Logic, Mental and Moral Philosophy and 
Rhetoric; Rev. John H. Mackerras, M.A., Professor ot Clas 
sical Literature; Nathan F. Dupuis. M.A., F.B.S. Edin., 
Professor of Chemistry and Natural History ; Rev. Geo. D. 
Ferguson, B.A., Professor of History and English Litera 
ture. Lecturers : Prof. Watson, Elocution ; Prof. Fergu 
son, Modern Languages ; Donald McLean, M.D., Human 
Physiology. Board of Trustees: Rev. Robert Ncill, D.D., 



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Rev. John Barclay, D.D., Rev. Kenneth McLennan, M.A., 
Rv. Gavin Lang, Rev. John Jenkins, D.D., Rev. David 
Watson, M.A.. Rev. Daniel J. Macdonnell, M.A., B.D., 
Rev. Daniel 31. Gordon, M.A., B.D., Rev. Donald Ross, 
M.A., B.D., Rev. George Bell, B.A., LL.D., Rev. William 
Bain, M.A., D.D , The Principal, A. McLean, Neil J. Mac- 
gillivray, B.A., Jag. Croil, Sir Hugh Allan. lion. Donald 
McDonald, Arch. Barker, Chief Justice Morris, D.C.L., 
George Davidson, Hon. J. Hamilton (Chairman), James 
Wright, Geo. H. Boulter, M.D., George M. Kingborn. Jas. 
A. Grant. M.D., Sheriff McDougal, James Miehie; Wm. 
Ireland, Secretary-Treasurer to the Board ; Prof. Dupuis, 
M.A., Librarian and Curator of the Museum; Prof. Wil 
liamson, Director of the Observatory; Prof. Dupuis, Ob 
server. The Session of the Faculty of Arts begins on 
the first Wednesday of October, and ends on the last 
Thursday of April. The Theological Classes commence on 
the first Wednesday of November, and close at the end of 
April. Scholarships, in number 17 in Arts and 7 in Theo 
logy, varying in value from $35 to $86, and carrying the 
privilege of exemption from class fees, are annually com 
peted for at the matriculation examinations at opening of 
session. 

UNIVERSITY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, TORONTO. Incorporated 
by Royal Charter, 1852. Corporation : The Right Rev. 
the Lord Bishop of Ontario ; the Right Rev. the Lord 
Bishop of Toronto; the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of 
Huron. Trustees: Very Rev. the Dean of Toronto ; HOB. 

G. W. Allan; Lewis Moffatt, Esq. Treasurer: . 

Council Honorary Member: John Arnold. Ex-offtcw 
Members : the Hon. John H. Cameron, D.C.L., Q.C., Chan 
cellor of the University ; the Rev. the Provost of Trinity 
College; the Rev. J. Ambery, M.A., Professor of Classics ; 
the Rev. Wm. Jones, M.A., Profassor of Mathematics. 
Members from the Diocese of Toronto: Professor Bo veil, 
M.D. ; Very Rev. the Dean of Toronto ; Hon. G. W. Allan ; 
Lewis Moffatt, Esq.; Samuel Bickerton Harman, B.C.L. ; 
the Ven. the Archdeacon of Niagara; Rev. W. McMurray, 
D.D., D.C.L.; Rev. S. Givins; Rev. J. G. Geddes, M.A.; 
C. J. Campbell, Esq.; Christopher Robinson, M.A.; the 
Ven. the Archdeacon of Toronto ; Fred. Cumberland ; S. J. 
Vankougb.net, M.A.; W. Ince, Esq.; E. M. Hodder, M.D. 
Members from the Diocese of Ontario: The Ven. the Arch 
deacon of Ontario; James A. Henderson, D.C.L. ; Rev. W. 
Bleasdell, M.A.; J. S. Cartwright, M.A.; Rev. F. R. Tane. 
Members from the Diocese of Huron: The Very Rev. the 
Dean of Huron; the Ven. Archdeacon \Brough; Rev. J. 
W. Marfh, M.A.; Rev. St. George Caulfield, LL.D.; Rev. 
E. L. Elwood, M.A. Secretary: Charles Magrath, D.C.L. 
Officers of the College : Provost and Professor of Divinity, 
Rev. George Whitaker, M. A.; Professor of Classics, Rev. 
John Ambery, M.A. ; Professor of Mathematics, Rev. W. 
Jones, M.A. Professor of Music, G. W. Strathy, Mus. Doc. 
Lecturer in French, Emile Pernet. Lecturer in Drawing 
and the Fine Arts, Mr. Hoch. Scholarships: In Arts 
Three at Matriculation One of the value of 50. one of 
35, and one of 25. For the second and third years 
respectively Scholarships of the same number and value 
as are offered to matriculants. 1 Cooper Exhibition, value 
40 per annum. 4 Bursaries, each of 15 10s. In The- 
dlryy Z Jubilee Scholarships of the value of 40. 5 
Church Society Exhibitions, Diocese of Toronto, of the 
value of 30 a-year ; 2 Church Society Exhibitions, Diocese 
of Ontario, of the value of 25 a-year. 

UNIVERSITY OP VICTORIA COLLEGE, COBOURG. University 
Senate: Rev. S. S. Nelles, D.D., LL.D., President; President 
of Privy Council, Speaker of the Senate, Speaker of House 
of Commons, and Hon. Minister of Justice, Rev. Wm. 
Morloy Punshon, M.A., LL.D , Rev. I. B. Howard, Rev. 
Enoch Wood, D.D., Rev. Egerton Ryerson, D.D., LL.D., 
Rev. Anson Green, D.D.. Rev. R. Jones, Rev. G. R. Sander 
son, Rev. George Douglas, LL.D., Rev. W. Jeffers, D.D , 
Rev. A. Sutherland; Professors Bain, Wilson, Burwash, 
and Keynar; J. J. Maclaren, LL.B. ; Professors Berry- 
man, Reid, Sangster; B. M. Britton, B.A.; A. W. Laudar, 
William Beatty, M.A., LL.B.; J. H. Durable, M.A., John 
Macdonald, Wm. Kerr, M.A., W. W. Dean, B. A., Thomas 
Holden, B.A., M. Lavell, M.D., Wm. Brouse, M.A.. M.U., 
and J. Beatty, M.D. Faculty of Arts: Rev. S. S. Nelles, 
D.D., LL.D., President, Prof, of Mental Philosophy, Logic, 
Ethics and the Evidences of Religion; A. Bain, M.A., 
Prof, of Mathematics and Astronomy; John Wilson, M.A., 
LL.D., Prof, of Latin and Greek Languages ; Rev. N. Bur- 
wash, M.A., Prof, of Natural Sciences and Chemistry ; 
Rev. A. H. Reynar, B.A., Prof, of Modern Languages 
and English, Literature; Rev. James Hoy, M.A., Head 



Master of Collegiate Institute; Jas. Mills, M. A., Classical 
Master; Mr. Cameron, Mathematical Master. Kenneth 
Dingwall. B.A., English Master. Faculty of Law : Hon. 
Lewis Wallbridge, William Kerr, M.A., and B. M. Erit- 
ton, B.A., Examiners. Faculty of Medicine, Montreal 
Branch : Eugene H. Trudel, M.D., Dean of Faculty, Mid 
wifery and Diseases of Women and Children ; P. Beaubien, 
M.D., Theory and Practice of Medicine; Pierre Munro, 
M.D., Surgery; H. Peltier, M.D., Institutes of Medicine; 
J. G. Bibaud, M,D., Secretary and Treasurer, Anatomy, De 
scriptive and Surgical; Ths. D. D Orseunens, M.D., Chem 
istry and Pharmacy; J. Emery-Coderre, M.D., Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics; J. P. Rottot, M.D , Medical Ju 
risprudence and Natural History; Dr. Monro, Clinical 
Surgery; Dr. Beaubien, Clinical Medicine; A. Brosseau, 
M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy and Curator of Museum. 
UNIVERSITY OF McGiLL COLLEGE, MONTREAL. Visitor, His 
Excellency the Governor General of the Dominion of Canada. 
Governors: the Hon. C. Dewey Day, LL.D., President and 
Chancellor; the Hon. Jas. Ferrier, Senator; Thos. B. An 
derson, A. Robertson, M.A., Q.C., Hon. C. Dunkin, D.C.L., 
M.P., Wm. Molson, Hon. Alex. Morris, M.A., D.C.L., M.P., 
Sir John Rose, K.C.M.G., Pater Redpath, D. Torrance. Geo. 
Moffatt, M.A., J. H. R. Molson, Hon. F. W. Torrance, M.A., 
Charles J. Brydges. Principal and Vice-Chancellor: J. 
W. Dawson, LL.D., F.R.S., F.G.S. Feltows: Ven. Arch 
deacon Leach, D.C.L., LL.D., Vice-Principal and Dean of 
the Faculty of Arts; Henry A. Howe, LL.D., Hon. J. J. 
C. Abbott, D.C.L., Sir William E. Logan, LL.D., F.R.S., 
F.G.S., George W. Campbell, M.A., M.D., Rev. Dr. Cook, 
Principal of Morrin College, Quebec, Alex. Johnson, LL.D., 
Rev. G. Cornish. LL.D., W. E. Scott, M.D., P. R. Lafrenaye, 
B.C.L., Rev. H. Wilfces, M.A., D.D., LL.D., T. K. Ramsay, 
M.A., John Reddy, M.D., R. A. Ramsay, M.A., S. B. 
Schmidt, M.D., Rev. D. H. McVicar, LL.D.. W. H. Hicks, 
Rev. John Jenkins, D.D., C. P. Davidson, M.A., Rev. 
Prof. Wm. Wright, M.D., J. J. McLaren, B.C.L. Edward 
Holton, B.C.L,, Charles W. Parkin, Esq., Principal of St. 
Francis College. Secretary of the Royal Institution, Regis 
trar and Bursar: Wm. C. Baynes, B.A. Faculty of Arts: 
3. W. Dawson, LL.D., F.R.S., F.G.S., Principal and Pro 
fessor of Natural History ; Ven. Archd. Leach, -LL.D., 
Dean of the Faculty; Molson Prof, of English Literature; 
Henry A. Howe, LL.D., Emerit. Prof. Mathematics and 
Natural Philosophy; Rev. A. De Sola, LL.D., Prof, of 
Hebrew and Oriental Literature; C. F. Markgraf, Pro. 
fessor of German Language and Literature; C. Smallwood, 
M.D., LL.D., Professor of Meteorology; Alex. Johnson, 
LL.D., Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy ; 
Rev. G. Cornish, M.A., Professor of Classical Literature ; 
P. J. Darey, M.A., Professor of French Language and Liter 
ature ; T. S. Hunt. LL.D. F.R.S., Professor of Applied Chem 
istry; Rev. T.Clark Murray, Professor of Logic, Mental 
and Moral Philosopy. Faculty of Law : Hon. W. Badgley, 
D.C.L., Professor of Public and Criminal Law ; Hon. J. J. 
C. Abbott, D.C.L., Dean of the Faculty and Prof, of Com 
mercial Law ; P. R. Lafrenaye, B.C.L., Prof, of Legal His 
tory ; R. G. Laflamme, B.C.L., Professor of Law of Ral 
Estate ; Edward Carter, Q.C., Associate Professor of Crim 
inal Law; N. W. Trenholme, M.A,, B.C.L., Professor of 
Roman Law; W. C. Wurtele, B.C .L., Associate Professor 
Commercial Law; W. H. Kerr, Professor of International 
Law; Gouzalve Doutre, B.C.L., Professor of Civil Pro 
cedure and Medical Jurisprudence. Lecturers: William 
Fuller, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy; G. P. Gmhvood, 
M.D., Lecturer in. Practical Chemistry; John Andrew, 
Instructor in Elocution; Frd. S. Barnjum, Instructor in 
Gymnastics. 

UNIVERSITY OP BISHOP S COLLEGE, LENNOXVTLLE. Incor 
porated by Royal Charter, 1853. President of the Corpo 
ration and Visitor, Eight Rev. the Lord Bishop of Quebec, 
D.D. ; Vice President of the Corporation and Visitor, th 
Most Rev. the Lord Bishop of Montreal, D.D., Metropolitan. 
Chancellor, the Hon. E. Hale, D C L. Trustees: Hon. E, 
Hale, DC.L., Chairman; G. B. Baker, M.P., Ven. Archa, 
Bond, D.C.L., C. J. Brydges, G. F. Bowen. Col. Campbell. 
C.B., M. H. Coehrane, Hirarn S. Foster, R. Hamilton, R.W 
Heneker, Rev. R. Lindsay, G. Moffatt, B. T. Morris. L. E. 
Morris, Col. Rhodes, H. S. Scott. College Council : Ret. J. 
H. Nicolls, D.D., Chairman ; Rev. C. H. Badgley, E. Chap 
man, Rev. E. Duvernet, Rev. C. Hamilton, Rev.G.V 
Housman, Hon. G. Irvine, M.P.P., F. McKenzie, Rev. R. 
W. Norman, Hon. Mr. Justice Ramsay. Rev. C. P. Reid 
Rev. H. Roe, Rev. G. Slack. C. Smallwood, M.D.. lv>v. A 
C. Scarth, G. 0. Stuart, Q.C. Officers nf the ( 
E. Chapman, M.A., Secretary; E. L. Montizamberf 

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Honorary Counsel; C. Brooks, Auditor; B. T. Morris, M.A., 
Attorney. Officers o/ the College: Senior Department 
Bev. J. H. Nicolla, D.D., Principal, and Professor of Clas 
sics; , Professor of Divinity ; Rev. 

A. C. Searth, M.A., Professor of Ecclesiastical History; 
Monsieur Cornu, Professor of French ; Rev. R. C. Tainbs, 
MA., Mathematical Tutor; E. Chapman, M.A., Bursar 
and Registrar; Rev. A. C. Searth, M.A., Librarian; Rev. 

B. C. Tombs, Curator of Museum. Junior Department 
Rector. Rev. C. H. Badgley, M.A. Assistant Masters, Tlev. 

B. C. Tombs, MA., U. J. Gallon, B A., F. W. Powell, B.A., 
P. C. Emberson, M.A., T. Blaylock. 

LAVAL UNIVERSITY Visitor : Most Rev.E. A. Taschereau ; 
Bector: Very Rev. T. E. Hamel, A.M. Members jf the 
Council: Rev. L. Beaudet A.M., Rev. 0. Brunet, A.M., 
Hou. N. Cssault, LL.D., C. F. S. Langelier, LL.L., Rev. L. N. 
Begin, D.D., A. Jackson, M.D., J. E. Landry, M.IX, Rev. 

C. H. Laverdiere, A.M., Rev. A. Legare, Rev. C. Legare, 
A.M., Rev. N. Maingui, A.B., Rev. M. E. Methot, A.M., 
Bev. B. Paquet. D.D., Rev. L. Paquet, D.D., Rev. P. 
Boussel, A.B., J. A. Seweli, M.J\, Hon.TL J. Tessier, LL.D.; 
Secretary, Rev. P. Roussel; Librarian. Rev. C. H. Laver 
diere. Faculty of Theology: Dean, Rev. B. Paquet, D D. ; 
Professors Rev. B. Paquet. D.D., of Moral Theology ; Rev. 
L. Paquet, D.D., of Dogmatic Theology ; Rev. L. N. Begin, 
D.D., Sacred History; Rev. M. E. Methot. A.M., of Holy 
Scripture; Rev. P. Roussel, A.B., of Moral Theology. 
Secretary, Bev. L. Paquet, D.D. Faculty of Law : Dean, 

. Professors C. F. S. Ltmgelier,LL.L., 

of Civil Law ; Hon. U. J. Tessier, LL.D., of Law Procedure ; 
Hon. Bf. Casault, LL.D., of Commercial and Maritime 
Law, J. Q. Colston, LL.D., of Criminal Law; Lucien Tur- 
cotte, LL.L., of Roman Law. Secretary, L. Turcotte. 
faculty of Arts : Dean, Rev. M. E; Methot, M.A. ; Profes 
sors Rev. T. E. Hamel, A.M.. of Natural Philosophy ; Rev. 
0. Brunet, of Botany; Rev. M. E. Methot, A.M., <>f French 
Literature ; Rev. C. H. Laverdiere, of History ; Rev. C. E. 
I*gare. of Latin Literature ; Rev. L. Beaudet, of Grecian 
Literature. F. A. U. LaRue, A.M., of General Chemistry, 
and of Chemistry applied to Industry, Metallurgy and 
Agriculture ; Rev. 0. Audet, A.M., of Architecture ; Rev. 
B. Paquet, A.B , D.D., of Natural Law; Rev. L. II. Paquet, 
A.B., D.D., of Dogmatic Theology in Connexion with Laity ; 
L. J. A. Simard, M.D.. of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy 
and Physiology; C. F. S. Langelier, A.B., LL.L., of Political 
Economy ; Rev. L. N. Begin, A.B., D. D., of Ecclesiastical 
History; Rev. L. Gauthier, A B., D.D., of Statistics and 
Geography; L. Turcotte, LL.L., of History of Civilization ; 
Bev. L. Sanfagon, A.B , of Mathematics and Astronomy; 
Bev. A. Papineau, A.B., D.L , of Moral and Intellectual 
Philosophy ; Rev. C. Laflumme, A.B.. D L., of Mineralogy 
and Geology. Secretary, Rev. L. Beaudet, A.M. ; Honor 
ary Professor, T. S. Hunt, F.R.S.; Curator of the Museum, 
T. X. Belacger. 

ALBERT UNIVERSITY, BELLEVILLE. Visitor, Hon. Win. P. 
Howland, C. B., Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. Senate: 
Bev. Bishop Richardson, D.D., President; Rev A. Carman, 
M.A., Chancellor; R. Dawson, B.A., T.C.D., Registrar; 
Bev. G. Abbs, Rev. J. Gardiner, Rev. G. Shepard, Rev. W. 
Brown, Rev. M. Benson ; Hon. Chief Justice Richards ; 
Hon. L. Wallbridge ; Wm. Hope, M.D.; Thos. Nichol, M.D.; 
John Macoim, M.A.; Prof. J. T. Bell; Rev. Bidwell Lane, 
B.A. ; Rev. E. J. Badgley, M.A. : Rev. John C. Pomeroy ; 
S. B. Burdett, LL.B. ; Rufus Holden, M.D. ; Rev. I. B. 
Aylsworth, M.A. ; Robt. B. Carman, M.A. ; Freeman Lane, 
M.A. ; Thomas M. Macintyre, M.A.; Rev. A. Campbell; 
John Bell, Q.C.; Geo. S. Wright, M.A., Ph. D.; St. George 
B. Crozier, Mus. Doc. 

ALBERT COLLEGE. Incorporated by Act of Parliament as 
Belleville Seminary, in 1857, as Albert College in 1866. 
Board of Managers: Rev. Bishop Richardson, D.D., Presi 
dent; Rev. A. Campbell, Secretary ; J. G. Robinson, Agent; 
Bev. S. G. Stone, Bev. F. M. Finn, Rev. 0. G. Collamore, 
Bev. M. Benson, Chas. Lane, C. B. Mallery, C. M. Gould, 
M.D., Edward Phil pot, J. L Tucker, S. Massey, T. Ander 
son, James C. Huffman, J. Rowe, Geo. N. Blair, L. Massey. 
(huncilof Instruction: Rev. A. Carman, M.A., President; 
Mathematics and Metaphysics, Rev. A. Carman, M.A. ; 
Ancient Languages and Literature, Robert Dawson. B.A., 
I.C.D.; Physiology, Chemistry, Ac., J. T. Bell; Botany 
and Geology, John Macoun, M.A.; History and English 
Literature, George S. Wright, Ph.D.; Hebrew, Biblical 
Sjtegegis, Homileticg, &c., Rev. G. G. Hapgood, D.D. 
Boning, Agriculture and Fine Arts, J. T. Bell; Music, 
St. George B. Crozier, Mu. Doc. Open 39 weeks. Three 
Terms; beginning first Thursday ol September, first 



Thursday of January, and first Thursday of April. En 
trance Examinations into University during second week 
of June and second week of September. 

ALEXANDRA COLLEGE, BELLEVILLE. Under control of 
Board of Managers of Albert College, and, like it, open to 
all persuasions, without interference with religious faith. 
Course of study, three years after matriculation. Confers 
diplomas in music. Ladies have opportunities of instruc 
tion in Preparatory School and of attendance at Lectures 
in Albert College. Useful and ornamental branches of 
ladies education all taught, both to occasional students 
and those in course. Senate: Rev. A. Carman, M.A., Pre 
sident; Rev. G. G. Hapgood, D.D. ; R. B. Carman, M.A. ; 
Thos. Nichol. M.D. ; J. Macoun, M A. ; Thomas Mclntyre, 
M.A.; J. T. Bell; St. George B. Crozier, Mns. Doc.; Rev. 
George Abbs ; Bev. S. W. LaDu ; Rev. J. Gardiner ; Hon. 
L. Wallbridge; B. Holden, M.D. ; C. M. Gould, M.D.; F. 
Lane, M.A.; C. R. Malleiy; Rev. I. B. Aylesworth, M.A. 
Board of Instruction and Government: Metsphyiics, 
Ethics, and Belles Lettres Rev. A Carman, M.A, Pre 
sident; Music St. George B. Crozier, Mus. Doc.; Miss 
S. E. Sisk, Assistant; Painting. Drawing, Ac. Mrs. M. A. 
Smith, Preceptress; Ancient Languages, Literature and 
History R. Dawson, B.A.; Modern Languages G. S. 
Wright, Ph. D. ; Natural Sciences James T. Bell, and J. 
Macoun, M.A., in their several departments in Albert Col 
lege. Mathematics The President. 

MORRIN COLLEGE, QUEBEC. Founded 1860. Incorporated 
1801. Principal : the Rev. John Cook, D D. Faculty of 
Arts (affiliated to McGill University, Montreal) Professor 

of Moral Philosophy and Dean of the Faculty, ; 

Professor of Classics, the Rev. George Weir, M.A. ; Pro 
fessor of Mathematics, Rev. A. McQuarrie, B.A.; Professor 
of English Literature, the Principal (pro tern.); Professor 
of German and French, M. Miller, Esq. ; Professor of Chem 
istry, Rev. Jas. Douglas, B.A. Faculty of Law (affiliated 
to McQill University) Professor of Commercial Law and 
Dean of the Faculty, George Irvine, M.P. ; Professor of 

Civil Law, : Professor of Law of Real 

Estate and Customary Law, John B. Parkin, Q.C. faculty 
of Divinity (in connection with the Church of Scotland) 
Professor of Divinity, the Rev. the Principal; Professor 
of Hebrew (pro tern.), the Rev. George Weir, M.A. ; Secre 
tary of the College, Daniel Wilkie, M.A. The session of 
the Faculty of Law extends from September 1st to May 
1st: the session of the Faculty of Arts, from November 1st 
to May 1st. Matriculated Students in each faculty are eli 
gible for the degrees in arts and law of McGill University. 

ST. FRANCIS COLLEGE AND GRAMMAR SCHOOL, (NOK-SECTA 
THAN) RICHMOND, Q. Board of Trustees: Lord Aylmer, 
President; James Boutelle, Vice- President; G. K. Foster, 
Treasurer; A. Wilcocks, Secretary; Rev. H. Roe, ReT. 
John McKay, Rev. James McCaul, Rev. Geo. Washington, 
W. H. Webb, M P.. John Hethrington, George Pierce, C. 
P. Cleveland, B. N. Webber. M D., Levi Cleveland, J. 
Bedard, jr. faculty : C. W. Parkin, Principal, Professor 
of Classics and Mathematics; Bev. H. Thompson, Pro 
fessor of English Literature . Andrew Hamilton, M.D., 
Professor of Chen.istr> ; Rev. John McKay, Professor of 
Metaphysics and Logic; Edouard Cornu, Professor of 
French. The regular course, which all students are ex 
pected to pursue, embraces, in addition to the other usual 
English branches, Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Algebra, 
Plane Geometry, and Trigonometry. The Greek, Latin, 
French, and German Languages are taught by the several 
Professors, and are charged, under present arrangements, 
^ach one dollar per term extra. There are three terms in 
the year: the Fall term of about 15 weeks; the Winter 
term of about 13 weeks; the Spring term of about 11 weeks. 

UPPER CANADA COLLEGE. George R. B. Cockburn, M.A., 
Principal; William Wedd, M.A., First Classical Master; 
James Brown, M.A., Mathematical Master; John .Mart- 
land, B.A , Second Classical Master and Resident Master 
in College Boarding House; Mich. Barrett, M.A., M.D., 
First English Master and Lecturer on Chemistry and 
Physiology; C. Thonipf-on, Second English Master; Rev. 
E. Schluter, M.A., French and German Master; G. B. 
Sparling, Assistant English Master ; A. Baker, M.A., As 
sistant Mathematical Master, and Resident Assistant 
Master in College Boarding House; T. Wicber, Junior 
Assistant English and Classical Master, and Assistant 
Master in College Boarding House ; B. J. Baigent, Draw 
ing Master; J. D. Andrews, Fencing, Drill, and Gynuuw- 
ties. G. Frost, Janitor and Messenger. 

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The Autumn Term begins Sept. 1 ; Winter do., Nov. 10 ; 
Spring do., Feb. 5; Summer do., April 21. Reports of the 
progress and conduct of the pupils are sent to parents twice 
each Term, or oftener if desired. Deducting the Vacations, 
the Terms are ten weeks each. 

His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor offers annually 
a valuable Prize of Books for the best examination in the 
higher departments of the College Curriculum At the An 
nual Public Examination in June, eight Exhibitions are 
i-ompeted for, vary ing in value from $40 to $120 per annum. 
Competition for them all is open to th$ High Schools of 
the whole Prorince. 

THE BISHOP STBACHAN SCHOOL. Founded 1867. Incor 
porated 1868. Members of Council : Eight Rev. the Lord 
Bishop of Toronto, President; Yen. the Archdeacon of 
Toronto, Vice-President : Rev. A. J. Broughall, M.A , Rev. 
W. S. Darling, Rev. H. W. Davies, B.D., Rev. J Langtry, 
M.A., Rev. J. H. McCollum, M.A., Rev. W. McMurray, 
D.D., Rev. T. W. Allan, 0. J. Campbell, E. M. Carruthers, 
Fred. W. Cumberland, A. McLean Howard, Wm. Ince, 
Jas. Henderson, Alex. Marling, G. M. Rae. Chaplain: 
Rev. J. Langtry, M.A. Lady Principal: Mrs. Thomson. 
Staff: The Chaplain. Religious Instruction; Mrs Stanley, 
English ; Rev. H. W. Davies, B.D., Grammar and Compo 
sition; Miss Good, English Branches; Rev. J. Langtry, 
M.A., History, Natural Science, Latin, &c.; Rev. W. 8. 
Darling, Church History; Miss Baby, Assistant in English 
and Trench ; Mons. E. Fernet, French ; Mr.i. Skelton, 
German: Mr. Hoch, Drawing; John Carter, Instrumental 
Music : Miss Callaghan, Vocal Music; Mrs. Maddison, Miss 
Ryan, Miss Leonard, Assistants in instrumental Music; 
M. Noverre, Calisthenics, Dancing and Deportment. Phy 
sician : Edward M. Hodder, M.D., F.R.C.S. Eng. Burtar: 
Beverley Jones, B.A. There are three terms per annum : 
Michaelmas, 1st Wednesday in September to 21st Decem 
ber; Lent, 6*h January to Wednesday before Easter; 
Easter. 2nd Wednesday after Easter to 5th July. 

HURON COLLEGE, LONDON, ONTARIO Incorporated 1863. 
Pretident of the Corporation: the Right Rev. the Lord 
Bishop of Huron. Members of the Corporation: the Ven. 
Archdeacon Brough, MA., the Very Rev. M. Boomer, 
LL.D. Dean of Huron, the Ven. Archdeacon Sandys, D.D., 
the Rev. Canon W. Bettridge, B.D., the Rev. Canon E. L. 
Elwood, M.A., the Rev. Isaac Brock, M.A., the Rev. J. 
Marsh, M.A., the Rev. B. Bayly, B.A^, the Rev. James 
Smythe, M.A., the Rev. W. H. Halpin, M.A., the Rev. J. P. 
Hincks, James Shanly, Major R. J. Evans, V. Cronyn. 
Officer of the Corporation : V. Cronyn. Solicitor and Secre 
tary. Officers of the College: The Very Rev. Dean Boomer, 
Principal and Divinity Professor, pro tern; the Rev. W. 
H. Halpin, M.A., Professor of Classics and Mathematics; 
V. Cronyn, Bursar. 

HELLMUTB COLLEGE, LONDON, ONTARIO. Incorporated 
1865. Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Huron, President 
of the Corporation. Members nf the Corporation : Very 
Rev. H. J. Grasett. B.D.; Very Rev. Dean Boomer, LL.D. ; 
Rev. Canon Baldwin, M A. ; F.W.Thomas; Hon. David L. 
Macpherson, Senator; Adam Crooks, Q.C., D.C.I/.; Walter 
Watson; Major R. J. Ev&ns. Officers of the College Pre 
sident: Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Huron. Secretary 
and Treasurer: Major Evans. Head Master: Rev. F. L. 
Checklay, B.A. Assistant Masters: Rev. Professor Halpin, 
A.M.; Rev.W. A. Young; C. A. Sippi, M. A., L.A.H D. ; W. S. 
Martin; J. Richards; J. Room Kay; J. C. Thomas; F. J. 
Greenfield. Music Master: G. B. Sippi. Drawing Master : 
H. Young. French Master: Mons. F. Duffun. German 
Master: Rev. G. Boehm. Drill Instructor: Sergt. Major 
Gray. Gymnastic Master: W. Salter. 

HELLMUTH LATHES COLLEGE, LONDON, ONTARIO. Incor 
porated 1869. Patron: The Right Rv. J. Mellmuth, D.D., 
D.C.L., Lord Bi.hop of Huron. Visitor: The Venerable 
the Archdeacon of Ixmdon. President of the College : Rev. 
Canon Theodore Irving, LL.D. Secretary and Treasurer: 
Major Evans. Staff of Teachers : Miss McLellan, Madame 
Veillard, Miss Clinton, Miss Williams, Miss Paley, Miss 
C. O Carroll, Miss K. O Carroll, Miss Hall, Miss "Moulo, 
Miss Barker, Miss Onnoud, Miss Greaves, and Mr. Young. 

TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL, PORT HOPE. ONTARIO. Founded 
1865.-T-Incorporated 1872. Visitor: the Right Rev. the 
Lord Bishop of Toronto. Governing Body: Hon. J. H. 
Cameron, Q.C., D.C.L., Chancellor of the University ; Rev. 
the Provost of Trinity College; Rev. Prof. Ambery, M.A. ; 
Rev. Prof. Jones, M. A.; Rev. <J. J. S. Bethun,M.A.; Ven. 
Arehdencon of Toronto; Rev. J. G. Guddos, M A. ; Hon. G. 
W. Allan, Senator; C. J. Campbell; F. W. Cumberland, 



M.P.P., Head Master: Rev. C. J. S. Bethune, M.A., Assist. 
Masters: Rev. F. A. Bethune, M.A. ; J. A. Worrell, B.A., 
C. Russell Lee, B.A.; J. G. Moore. Music Master: W. 
Philp. Matron: Mrs. Marmion. The course of instruc 
tion includes all the usual branches of a sound education. 
Pupils are prepared for Matriculation at the Universities, 
for the Law and Medical Schools, the Army, Navy, &c. , 
there is also a Modern Department, in which special 
attention is paid to preparation for Commercial pursuits. 
There are three terms in the year of about thirteen weeks 
each. Boarders are received into the fchool-house. which 
is under the immediate supervision of the Head Master, 
assisted by three resident Masters. During the past year 
a large and commodious building has been erected for the 
accommodation of the resident pupils and masters. 

HIGH SCHOOL OP QUEBEC. Incorporated 1846. Rector 
Daniel Wilkie, M.A. Blasters : M. Miller, Classics and Ger 
man; Kdouard De Varrs, French. Chairman of the Board 
of Directors : the Rev. John Cook, D.D. Treasurer : Daniel 
Wilkie, M.A. Secretary : W. Walker. The school year is 
divided into four terms of equal length, and extends from 
September 1st to June 30th. 

NOTRE DAME DE LEVIS COLLEGE. Director, Rev. L. 
Langis. Treasurer, Rev. J. Hoffman. 

QUEBEC SEMINARY. Superior, Very Rev. T. E. Hamel, 
A.M. Directors: Rev. M/E Methot, A.M.. Rev. C. H. La 
verdiere, A.M., Rev. A. Legare, Rev. C. E Legare, A.M., 
Rev. P. Rouspel, B.A , Rev. N. Maingui, B.A., and Rev. L. 
Beaudet, A.M. Aggregate Members: R.ev. B. Paquet, 
D.D., Rev. L. H. Paquet, D.D., Rev. V. P. Legare, and Rev. 
L. N. Begin, D.D. Auxiliary Members : Rev. J. F. Bail- 
large, Rev. 0. Brunet, Rev. L. Gauthier, B.A., Rev. J. 
Hoffman, Rev. L. Langis, B.A., Rev. A. Blais, Rev. G. Cote, 
B.A., Rev. T. Houde, Rev. L. Sanfacon, B.A., Rev. A. Papi- 
neaii, A.B.. D.L., and Rev. D. Leminux. Grand Seminary : 
Director, Rev. M. E. Methot, A.M. ; Professors Rev. B. 
Paquet, Rev. L. Paquet, Rev. L. N. Begin, and Rev. M. B. 
Methot. Minor Seminary: Director, Rev. V. P. Legare; 
Prefect of Studies, Rev. L. Beaudet; Professors Rev. 0. 

E. Legare, Rev. A. Qingras, B.L., Rev. L. Gauthier , Rev. 
L. Sanfagon, B.A., Rev. 0. Brunet, F. A. II. LaRue, M.D., 
M.A., Rev. T. E. Hamel, Rev. E. Mar^oux, A.B., Rev. T. 
G. Rouleau, Rev. P. Beaulieu, Rev. L. Lindsay, L B., Rev. 
T. Gonthier, L.B., Rev. B. Demers, A.B., and Rev. C. 
Gagnon, L.B. Professors of English : Rev. A. Blais and 
Rev. J. Sexton. Professors of Music: E. Gagnon, E. 
Roehette, C. Lavigueur, and Rev. C. H. Laverdiere. Pro 
fessor of Drawing: Rev. C. H. Laverdiere. 

KNOX COLLEGE. Exegetieal Theology, Rev. W. Caven ; 
Apologetics, Rev. W. Gregg; Systematic Theology, Rev. 
W. Gregg and Rev. Dr. J opp, tor the Session; Homiletics, 
Rev. J. J. A. Proudfoot, D.D., Lecturer; Church History, 
Eev. J. Campbell, M.A., Lecturer; Chairman of Board of 
Management, Rev. A, Topp, D.D.; Chairman of Senate, Prof. 
Caven; Secretary and Treasurer, Rev. W. Reid, A.M., 
Session opens first Wednesday of October, and closes first 
Wednesday of April. 

CONGREGATIONAL COLLEGE OF B. N. AMERICA, MONTREAL, 
affiliated with the McGill University. Chairman, Rev. 
Chas. Chapman, M.A. Treasurer, J. P. Clark. Secretary, 
Rev. Goorge Cornish, LL.D. Directors : Revs. Dr. Wilkes, 

F. II. Marling, K. M. Fenwick, A. Duff, Edward Ebbs, and 
J. Fraser; Messrs. C Alexander, Henry Lyman, J. Baylis, 
! . W. Wood, Henry Vennor, Theodore Lyman, W. R.Ross, 

0. R. Black and R, C. Jumieson. Theological Course: 
throe sessions, commencing in September. Literary Course, 
(with Theological at McGill College,) five sessions. Prin 
cipal, Rev. Henry Wilkes, D.D., LL.D.; Professors and 
Lecturers, Rev. Dr. Wilkes, Systematic Theology, Homi- 
letics, Pastoral Theology and Church History; Rev. G. 
Cornish, LL.D., Greek Testament Exegesis ; Rev. Charles 
Chapman, M.A., Evidences and Biblical Literature; Rev. 
K. M. Feuwick, Historical Theology. Auditors, Messrs. 
J. B. Lsarmont and Robert Mills. 

ECCLESIASTICAL SEMINARY OP OTTAWA. Very Rev. J. H. 
Tabaret, V.G., O.M.I., Superior. Rev. F. Lepers, O.M.I., 
Professor of Moral Theology; Rev. M. Froc, O.M.I., Pro. 
fessor of Dogmatical Theology and Ecclesiastical History 

COLLEGE OP OTTAWA. President : Very Rev. J. H. Taba- 
ret, V.G., O.M.I. Procurator, Rev. M. Daze; Prefect of 
Studies, Rev. P. Chaborel. O.M.I.; Prefect of Discipline, 
Rev. P. Darucher, O.M.I. Professors : Uev. W. M. Bennett, 
Rev. R. Barrett, O.M.I., Rev. A. Gladu, O.M.I., Rev K 
Buckle, O.M.I., Rev. M. Ballaud, O.M.I., Rey. F. l revt, 



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Rev. F. MauroitfRev. F. Dugast, Rev. F. Lacasse, P. Hetu. 
Paciuin, Amiot, Smith. 

ST. MICHAEL S COLLEGE. Rev. C. Vincent, Superior; 
Rev. P. ChalandaVd, Treasurer ; Professors : Rev. K. Fra- 
chon, Dogmatic Theology, and Logic ; Rev. F. Walsh, Rhe 
toric and Bolles-lettres ; Rev. M. Mulcahy, 1st Latin Class 
and Holy Scripture; Rev. L. Brennan, 2nd Latin Class; M. 
R. Fitzrold, Elementary Latin Class; Rev. J. Morrow, 1st 
Commercial Class; P. Ryan, 2nd Commercial Class; Mr. 
Bradley, 3rd Commercial Class; W. M. Jounan, Mathe 
matics and Drawing; Rev. P. Cnalandard, French Lang 
uage. Professors of Music: Rev. P. Chalandard and 
Rev. B. Murray. 

ASSUMPTION COLLEGE, SANDTTICH, ONT. Superior: Rev. 
Denis O Connor. Directors : Rev. C. Faure and Rev. J. J. 
Aboulin. Professors: Dogmatic and. Moral Theology, 
Kev. Denis O Connor; First Latin Class, R. McBrady; 
Second Latin Class, D. Cushin; Third Latin Class, Rev. 
J. Brie; First Commercial Class, J. Quinlan ; Second Com 
mercial Class, P. Lennon : Third Commercial Class, M. 
McGrath: Instrumental Music. E. Girardot; Vocal Music, 
Rev. A. Vernede; Drawing, Rev. C. Faure. Master of 
Discipline, : Rev. A. Vernedo. 

THE CANADIAN LITERARY INSTITUTE, WOODSTOCK. Hoard 
of Instruction : Rev. R. A. F>fe, D.D,, Principal, Theology 
and Intellectual Philosophy; Rev. J. Crawford. Biblical 
Interpretation and Church History; J. E, Wells, A.M., 
Principal in Dr. Fyfe s absence, Classics ; Jabez Montgo 
mery, M.S., Natural Science; S. J. McKee, B.A., Mathe 
matics and Classics; J. I. Bates, English and Junior 
Mathematics; Miss A. T. Giddings, Governess; Miae 
Mary A. McGinn, French and English; Mrs. Revel, Music. 
Steward, T. Luckens; Matron, Mrs. E. Lurkens. Execu 
tive Officers : Hon. Alex. Mackenzie, President of the 
Board of Trustees ; R. W. Sawtell, Treasurer ; Rev. John 
Bates, Secretary ; II. T. Burtch, Chairman of the Execu 
tive Committee. The School is organized, for the present, 
with three departments, Primary, Higher and Theological. 
Into the Primary and Higher departments, both males and 
females are admitted. Young men are, in the Higher de 
partment, fitted for matriculation in Arts, Law or Medicine ; 
and here students who have the Ministry in view also pur. 
sue their studies, until they are prepared to take up Theo 
logical subjects with advantage. The Winter Term com 
mences on the first Thursday in January and continues 
thirteen weeks. The Spring Term commeuces the second 
week of April. 

WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE. In connexion with the 
VFesleyan Methodist Church. Incorporated 1861. Direc 
tors: Rev. W. M. Punshon, M-A. : E. Jackson; J. Lister; 
J. W. Rosebrugh, M.D. ; Rev. E. Wood, D.D., Toronto ; W. 
J!. Sanford, Hamilton; Rev. S. Rose, Toronto; J. Breden, 
Kingston; Rev. R.Jones, Cobourg; A. Macallum, M.A.; 
Rev. G. R. Sanderson; C. McQuesten, M.D.; Win. Boice; 
Edward Gurney ; H. C. Perkins; Rev. S. S. Nelles, D.D., 
Cobourg; Wm. Anglin, Kingston; T. Baxter, Wellington 
Square ; D. Moore ; George Roach ; Rev. S. D. Rice. D.D. 
Officers of the. Bnard : E. Jackson, President ; C. McQues 
ten, M.D., Vice-President; J. Lister, Treasurer; Rev. S. D. 
Rice, D.D., Secretary. Governor and Principal, Rev. S. D. 
Rice, D D. Faculty of Instruction : Collegiate Depart 
mentRev. S. D. Rice, D.D., Mental Philosophy, Evi 
dence*, and Nat. Theology; Rev. W. P. Wright, M.A., Pro 
fessor of Natural Sciences; Miss S. E. S. Rice, M.L.A., 
Mathematics. Miss M. O. Allen, M.E.L.^English Litera 



ture; Miss Anna Duncan and Miss Lizzie O Loane, Assis 
tants. Academic Department Mrs. M. A. Wright, Miss 
M. E. Stinson, M.E.L. : Miss Emma Douse, M.L~.A. Pre 
paratory Department] Miss C. A. Robertson, Miss Walton, 
and Miss Webster, Assistants. Modern Languages 
Mdl. Seguin. French; Miss S. E. S. Rice, M.L.A., Italian; 
Midame Schmidt, German. Fine Arts Mrs. M. A. Mc 
Carthy. Music R. S. Ambrose, Professor of Music; Miss 
A. E. Booth, Miss Bray, Miss E. Ambiose, Mrs. W. Am 
brose. Terms begin September 9th and January 6th. 

COUNCIL OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION FOE ONTARIO. Rev. 
Egerton Ryerson, D.D., LL.D., Chief Superintendent of 
Education; Most Rev. John J. Lynch, D.D, Archbishop of 
Toronto; Very Rev. Dean Grasett, B.D.; lion. Mr. Justice 
Morrison; Rev J. Jennings, D.D. ; Rev. J. Barclay. D.D.; 
Hon. Wm. McMaster, Ven. Archdeacon Fuller, D D., and 
Rev. George P. Young, M.A., Members for the purposes 
of the High School Act: Rev. John McCaul. LL.D., Pre 
sident of University College, and -the Presidents of the 
Colleges affiliated with the Toronto University. A. Mar 
ling, Recording Clerk. 

PROVINCIAL NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS, FOR THE IN 
STRUCTION AND TRAINING OF TEACHERS. Normal School ; 
Rev. II. W. Davies, D D., Principal; James Carlyle, M D., 
Mathematical Master; Thomas Kirkland, M.A., Natural 
Science Master; John George Hoggins, LL.D., Lecturer 
on the School Law of Ontario : Samuel Clare, Teacher 
of Book-keeping and Writing; William Armstrong. C. E., 
Drawing Master; H. F. Sefton, Teacher of Vocal Music; 
Major H. Goodwin, Teacher of Gymnastics and Calisthenics. 
Midel Schools, in which the. Normal School Students practice 
the art of Teaching : James Hughes, Master o f the Boys 
School; Win. Scott, First Assistant; Alex. McPhedra in, 
Second Assistant; Mrs. Martha Cullen, Mistress of Girls 
School; Louisa H. Jones, First Assistant; Anna Adams 
Second Assistant; M. Carter, Third Assistant; and the 
Teachers of Writing, Book-keeping, Drawing, Music, Gym 
nastics and Calisthenics in the Normal School. The Ses 
sions of the Normal School commence on the 8th of 
January and 8th of August, and close on the loth ol June 
and 15th of December in each year. 

COLLEGIATE INSTITUTES AND HIGH SCHOOLS. Each of th e 
High Schools (which form the intermediate link beiween 
the Public Schools and the Universities) is managed by a 
Board of Trustees appointed jointly by the County and 
Town Councils. In cities, the Trustees are all appointed 
by the City Council, except where there is only one School 
in the county. The head master must be a graduate of 
a British or Colonial University, unless certificated and 
appointed belore 18th September. 1865. Besides fees, local 
rates to the extent 01 half the government grant must be 
raised for the masters salary. The grant is payable to 
those schools only which attain a certain standard, and is 
based on the average attendance of pupils in the pre 
scribed studies. High Schools, which have an average 
attendance of 60 male classical pupils, may be made Col 
legiate Institutes and receive $750 additional grant. An 
extra grant is provided for matters taKing certain Meteoro 
logical observations and giving scientific knowledge pre 
paratory to military instruction. Pupils attending these 
Schools are prepared for matriculation in the Universities. 
There were 96 High Schools and 6 Collegiate Institutes, 
with 7,490 pupils, in Ontario, in 1871. Rev. J. G. D. Mac 
kenzie, M.A., and James A. McLellan, M.A., Inspectors of 
High Schools. 



Acres, Jonathan W., L.R.C.P.. ...Paris 
Agnew, Andrew, B.A. ...Vankleekhill 

Armstrong, Thos., B.A Wardsville 

Bakwr, Alfred, BA Oshawa 

Ballard, Wm. H., B.A Chatham 

Bayly, Rev. Benjamin, A.B. ... London 

Bigr, E. M., M.A Vienna 

Bradbury, J. L., M.A Gananoque 

BrUrgs, W. T., B.A Smith s Falls 

Buchan, J. M., M.A Hamilton 

Burdon, Alex Belleville 

Burgess, J. E., B.A Fergus 

Burn?, Nelson, B.A Milton 

Cameron, J. Y. ( A. J/...Drummondville 

Campbell, J., A.M. Napanee 

Campbell, Daniel Grimsby 

Cirtyle, Alex., B.A Fonthill 

Christie, James, A.M. Kemptville 



Bead Masters of County High Schools. 

Clarke, J. A., B A Collingwood 

Colter, C. W., A.B Dunnville 

Connor, J. W., B.A Berlin 

Cornwall 



Crowle, E.T., M.A., Ph.D Picton 

Crozier, James, B ^....Richmond Hill 
Cruikshank, A.D, B.A. ...Orangeville 
Cruickphank, Win., A.M.... Smithville 

Dale, W., B.A Uxbridge 

Da L^Matter, Henry Owen Sound 

Dixon, James B., M.A Peterboro 

Dobson, Robert Hoday 

Dorland, P. L , B.A Osborne 

Elliott, W. M., M.A Caledonia 

Evans, L. II., B.A Brockville 

Foster, Stuart Newcastle 

Grant, George, B.A St^Thomas 

Henderson, John, M.D Beamsville 

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Hicks, H. M., B.A Trenton 

Hough ton, H. B Thorold 

Hughes, J. H., M.A ilarkharn 

Hunter, J. II., M.D St. Catharines 

Jamieson. Alex., B.A... Williamstown 

Jolly, J. W Niagara 

Johnston, James H., M.A Windsor 

King, John. LL.D Bowmauvilo 

Knight, A. P., B.A Renfrew 

Laflerty, A. M.. M.A Guelph 

Law, W. H., M.A., M.D ... . Paksnham 

Ledyard, J. S., B.A Bradford 

Lumsden, Jamei, M.A Port Dover 

I Lumsden, Rev. W., M.A Oakville 

| McBride, D., B.A Port Perry 

Macgregor, C. J., M.A Stratford 

McCsbe, John Manilla 

McClatchie, A., M.D Newburg 



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McCormick, Z. C., M.A Alexandria 

McCulloch, Andrew, R.A Scotland 

Mclntyre, T. McF., M.A Ingersoll 

McMurchy, A., M.A Toronto 

Macnab, F. F L Orignal 

McPherson, Mosea. M.A Pres *ott 

Maberly, H. E., BA Richmond 

Malloy, VVm., B.A Streetsville 

Marling;, 8. A., M.A Whitby 

Middleton, VV. C., BA Arnprior 

Moore, John, B.A Norwood 

Morgan, L.G., B.A Cayuga 

Muir, J. N., B.A Stirling 

Murray, A.. A.M Colborne 

Nason. W. R., B.A Newmarket 

Nichols, W. M., B.A Strathroy 



Oliver, Wm Welland 

O Meara, J. D., B.A Brantford 

Peterson, A. M., B.A Brighton 

Poole, Edward, B.A .Morrisburgh 

Purslow, Adam Port Hope 

Raveille, John W., 3f..4...Farmersville 
Robinson, George II., jtf.4...Brampton 

Ross, H. H., M.A Perth 

Roy, Rev. James, M.A Cobourg 

Scott, R. G., B.A Pembroke 

Ssath, John, B.A Dundas 

Shaw, John Omemee 

Shepard, G. R., B.A Waterdown 

Shortt, Wm. R., B.A Elora 

Sim, Alexander, M.A Oakwood 

Sinclair, William, B.A Sarnia 



Somerville, John, M.A Weston 

Spotton, H. B., M.A Barrie 

Strans;, II. I., B.A Goderich 

Strauchon, George Woodstock 

Stickle, C. W Metcalfe 

Stuart, Irvin, B.A Carleton Place 

Sullivan, Dion C.. LL.B Simcoe 

Switzer. P. A., /?. A... Mount Pleasant 

Tassie, William. LL.D Gait 

Teefy, John R.. B.A Port Rowan 

Thomson, John, A.B. Kincardine 

Thorburn, J., M.D Ottawa 

Turnbull, James, B.A Clinton 

Tytler. Wm., B.A St. Mary s 

Whitney, W. A., M.A Iroqu oig 

Woods, S., M.A Kingston 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Each Township is divided into School 
Sections of a suitable extent for one School ; and in each of 
these Sections three Trustees are elected to manage its School 
affairs. In cities, towns, and villages, the schools are man 
aged by a Board of School Trustees, elecled for the Muni 
cipality. There were 4,598 Public Schools, with 446,326 
fflipils, in Ontario, in 1871. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL LIBRARIES. Each School and Municipal 
Corporation, desirous of establishing Free Public Libraries, 
is aided by the Educational Department granting 100 per 
cent, on local appropriations, and supplying books from the 
Depository in connexion with the Department. Up to the 
end of Dec. 1871. about 1,175 Libraries had been thus 
established, with 243,887 volumes. 

EDUCATIONAL MUSEUM. Connected with the Educational 
Department is a Museum, containing specimens of School 
apparatus and furniture; a valuable collection of Italian, 
Dutch-and Flemish Oil Paintings and Statuary casts and 
busts. The Museum is freely open to the public, from 
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

THE TOTAL NUMBER OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS of all 
kinds reported by the Educational Department as in ope 
ration in the Province of Ontario during 1871, was 5,004, 
attended by 463,057 pupils, and expending $2,629,570 in 
their support. 

Unman Catholic Institutions under charge of the Clergy of 

the Diocese, of Toronto. 

Christian Brothers IS in number, conduct 5 Schools : 
St.Michaers. Richmond street ; St. Mary s, Bathurst street 
St. Paul s, Power street; St. Patrick s, Dummer street; 
De La Salle Institute, corner of Duke and George streets, 
Brother Arnold, Director; average attendance 900. Con- 
vent and Academy of (tit Nuns of LorMo Boarding school 
at Loretto Abb*y of the Holy Family, Wellington place, 
near Brock street : Rev. Mother Teresa Dease, Superioress ; 
Religious, 20; Boarders, 90. Day School at the Convent, 
Bond street ; Rev. Mother Teresa Deae, Superioress ; Re 
ligious, 32 ; Day pupils, 200. Day School pupils, 60. Free 
School, conducted by the Nuns of Loretto. on Bond street ; 
average attendance 280. Sisters of St. Joseph Rev. Mother 
Bernard, Superioress; Religious, 80; boarders, 70; day 
pupils, 100. The Sisterhood also conduct the following 
Schools ; St. Basil s, St. Michaels, St. Paul s, Power street ; 
St. Patrick s. Dummer street ; St. Mary s, Bathurst street ; 
average attendance, 1,200. House oj Providence Mother 
Antoinette, Superioress; Religion*, 20; Orphans. 240; 
Old and Infirm. 130. Convent of Our Lady of the Blessed 
Sacrament, Niagara Falls Mother Regis, Superioress; 



Religious, 20; boarders, 100; Separate School pupils, 70 
Convent of St. Joseph, Barrie Five Religious visit the 
sick and poor, and keep a Free School of 225 children 
Mother Presantation, Superioress. Convent of isi. Jot<-ph, 
Oshawa Six Religious visit the sick ana poor, and keep a 
Select School, average attendance 30, and a Free School, 
average attendance 120 ; Mother Philomena, Superioress. 
Convent of St. Joseph, St. Catharines Eleven Religious 
visit the sick and noor. and keep a Select School, average 
attendance 60, and a Free Scnool lor girl*, average attend 
ance, 600 ; Sister Angela, Superioress. St. Nicholas Hotel 
For working boys, Stanley street, Mother M. Louisa, 
Superioress ; 36 Boarders. Notre Dame A boarding house 
for respectabla young women, Jarvis street, Toronto, 
Mother Chantal, Superioress; Religious. 6; Boarders, 44. 
Convent of the Most Precious Blood, Toronto Mother St. 
Joseph, Superioress; 9 Religious. Recapitulation, Diocese 
of Toronto Priests, 45 ; Churches, 55 ; Colleges, 1 ; Acade 
mies, 7. Catholic population, 55,000. 

Under the superintendence of the Council of Public Instruc-, 
tion, Province of Quebec. 

JACQUES-C ARTIER NORMAL SCHOOL MONTREAL. M.Tabhfi 

H. Verreau, Principal. Professor and Director of Students 
Boarding School; M. 1 a bbe J. Godin, Professor; M. Tabbe 
Lemoyne, Pref. of Disciijl.; J. 0. Cassegrain, Ordinary 
Professor; M, Joseph Lefebre, Master of Studies; Dom. 
Boudrias and William Fahey, Associate Professors and 
Teachers of Boys Model School; and Messrs. M. Gualbert 
Gervaia and J. Godin. Associate Professors; M, William 
Conture, Professor of Music. 

LAVAL NORMAL SCHOOL, QUEBEC. M. I abbS P. Lagace", . 
Principal, Ordinary Professor, and Director of the Stu 
dents Boarding School; M. M. T. Delagrave and Pierre 
Ruel, Prefects of Discipline and Study, respectively ; 
F. X. Toussaint and N. Lacasse, Ordinary Professors; 
Ernest Gagnon and Jos. Le tourneau, Associate Professors; 
J. B. Cloutier and D. McSweeny, Associate Professors andi 
Teachers of Boys Model School. The Ladies of the Ursn- 
line Convent have charge of the Boarding department 
of the female teacher-pupils, and attend to part of the 
Normal School teaching, and th Girls Model School. 

McGiLL NORMAL SCHOOL, MONTREAL. W. II. Hicks M.A., 
Principal and Professor; Jas. McGregor, M.A., Professor f 
P. J. Darey, M.A., and S. P. Robbins, M.A., Associate Pro 
fessors; J. B. Edwards, Ph.D., F.C.S., Lecturer ou Chemis 
try and Natural Philosophy; J. Duncan, R. J. F..wler, 
and J. Andiew, Instructors in Drawing, Music, and Elocu 
tion, respectively. 



ASYLUMS FOR THE INSANE. 



ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE, LONDON, ONTARIO. Re 
ceives Lunatics from the Counties of Essex, Klgin. Kent, 
Lmbton, Middlesex, Norfolk. Oxford, Brant, Huron, 
Perth, Bruce, Haldimand, and Waterloo. Application for 
admission must be made to the Medical Superintendent 
before a patipnt is snt. Idiots and persons afflietsd with 
paralysis are inadmissible. Officers: Henry Lander, M.P.. 
Medical Superintendent; S. Leit, M.C.P S. Ont,, Assistant 
Physician; R. Mathisim, Bursar; J. M. Keary, Steward; 
3. K. Cooke, Fj,rm Ssfwird ; Miss C. Warren, Matron. 

ASYLUM FOR THE INSANK, TORONTO. 2% miUs west from 
the City Hall, on Quen St. Property vented in the Crown. 
Government appoint Medical Superintendent, and Bursar 
and Inspector, who frames by-laws for its government, tlio 
roughly examines the Asylum, and reports to the Lieut. 
Governor. The admission of patients is regulated by the 

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Act 34 Victoria, chap. 18, which requires that the patient 
be examined by three licensed medical practitioners, veri 
fied by Reeve or Mayor, who certify to the insanity. Ap 
plication for admission must be made before sending 
lunatics. Idiots, and persons afflicted with par*ljsi are 
inadmissable. Officers : Mtdical Superintendent, Jonoph 
Workman, M.D.; Astist. Physician. B. Workman, M.I).; 
Clinical Assistant, W. G. Metcalf, M.D. ; Bursar, J. Me- 
Kirdy; Steward, James Henry; Matron, M. A. Parkea. 

ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE, QUEBEC. Commissioners: E. B. 
Lindsay, Robert Hamilton, A. B. Sirois, D. MoGie, Jos. 
Bowles; A. Lemoine, Secretary. Proprietors and Mana 
gers J. E. Landry. M.D. ; F. E. Roy, M.D. Officers 
Clement Viaulette, Warden; Adeline Vinulette, Matron; 
D. U. A. Bel inger, M.D. ; Arthemise Adam, Assistant 
Matron ; Dr. Alfred Jaekson, Visiting Physician. 



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ONTARIO INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND. INDEX. 



[1873. 



ONTARIO INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND. 

E. S. "Wiggins, M.A., M.D., Principal. Teachers, Miss till the last Wednesday in June. Application foradmis- 

Mary D. Tyrell, late of the New York -State Institution sion must be made in good time to ensure the pupil s 

at Batavia, Mr. T. M. Brown, Miss M. E. Brown, (music); reception at the commencement of the session. The 

Bursar, Alexander Young ; Matron, Mrs. M. C. Mercer ; vacation will commence on the last Wednesday in June, 

Physician, Dr. Corson ; Engineer, M. Martyn. The re- and end on the first Wednesday in September, during 

gular annual School Session will commence on the first which time every pupil must be removed to his or her 

Wednesday of September of each year, and will continue home or place of abode. 



Adelphian Literary Society 130 

Agricultural and Arts Associat u \-M 

Agriculture, Department of 57 

Albert University 132 

Albert College, Belleville 132 

Albert College Literary Societies 130 

Alexandra College 132 

Alma Mater Soc. , Queen s Coll . . 129 

Assumption College , 134 

Asylums for the Ingane 135 

Balance Sheet, Dominion 32 

Bank Statistics 41 

Banks and Branches 51 

Bee-keepers Association, Ont.. 129 
Benchers, Law Society, Ontario 124 
Bishop s College, Lennoxville . . 131 
Bishop s Coll. Med. Departm t.. 64 

Bishop Strachan School 133 

Blind, Institution for the 136 

Bonded Manufac., products of.. 40 
British Columbia, Province of. . 62 
Burlington Literary Society .... 130 

Calendar 6 

Calendar for Manitoba 23 

Calendar, Explanation of Articles 2 

Canadian Institute . . - 129 

Canadian Institute, Medical Sec. 129 

Canadian Literary Institute 134 

Canadian Medical Association . . 64 

Canals, Carrying Trade of 42 

Census, Dominion of Canada ... 45 

Chancery, Court of 124 

Chancery, Masters in 124 

Chess Association 129 

Chronological Cycles 2 

Circuits of the Courts 125 

Cities, Towns and Villages 116 

Clergy of Ontario and Quebec . . 94 

Collegiate Institutes, Out 134 

College of Ottawa 133 

Commerce, Dominion of Canada 36 
Commissioners for taking AfBdv 126 

Common Pleas, Court of 124 

Commons, House of 55 

Congregational College, B.N.A.. 133 
Consuls, Foreign, in Canada.. .. 53 
Council of Public Instruction, O. 134 

County Courts 125 

County and" Judicial Officers ... Ill 

Customs Department 56 

Customs, Tariff of 48 

Deaf and Dumb Institution .... 93 

Debenture Debt of Canada 34 

Dental Society, Ontario 130 

Dental Association, Quebec 130 

Division Courts . . 125 

Division Court Clerks 12C 

Dominion of Canada 54 

Ecclesiastical Seminary, Ottawa 133 

Kclipses 4 

Educational Institutions 130 

Emigration 43 

Entomological Soc ty of Ontario 129 

Epochs 2 

Error and Appeal, Court of 124 

Executive Council, B. Columbia 62 
Executive Council, Manitoba. .. 62 
Bexcutive Council, N. Brunsw k 60 
Executive Council, N.W.Territ s 63 
Executive Council, Nova Scotia. 61 
Executive Council, Ontario .... 57 
Executive Council, Quebec 59 



INDEX. 

Exports, Dominion of Canada. . 37 

Exports and Imports, Provinces 39 

Export Duties 51 

Excise 40 

Festivals, Fixed and Moveable . . 2 

Finance Department 57 

Fisheries, Statistics 44 

Fruit Growers Association .... 129 

General Sessions. Courts of .... 125 

Governor General 54 

Heir and Devisee Court 125 

Hellmuth College 133 

Hellmuth Ladies College 133 

High Schools, Ontario 134 

High School of Quebec 133 

Holy Days, Remar. Events, &c. 28 

Hospital, General, Toronto .... 64 

House of Commons 55 

House of Assembly, N. B 61 

House of Assembly, N. S 61 

House of Assembly, Ontario ... 58 

Huron College, London 133 

Imports, Provinces 38 

Indian Office 57 

Inland Revenue Department ... 56 

Insolvent Debtors Court 125 

Jacques Cartier Normal School. 135 

Judiciary 124 

Justice, Department of 56 

Kingston Penitentiary 110 

Knox College 133 

Laval Normal School 135 

Laval University 132 

Laval Univ. Med. Department.. 04 

Law Reporters 125 

Law Society of Ontario 124 

Legal and Judiciary 124 

Legal Holidays 126 

Legislative Assembly, B. Colurn. 63 

Legislative Assembly, Manitoba 62 

Legislative Assembly, Quebec.. 59 

Legislative Council, Manitoba.. 62 

Legislative Council, N. Bruns.. 60 

Legislative Council, Nova Scotia 61 

Legislative Council, Quebec. . , . 59 

Literary and Scientific. 124 

Lunatic Asylums 135 

Magnetic Observatory, Toronto. 5 

Malt Liquor brewed in Canada. . 40 

Manitoba, Province of 62 

Marine & Fisheries Department 57 

Masonic Lodges 118 

Mathematical Department 53 

Mechanics Institute Associati n 129 

Mechanics Institute, Toronto.. 129 

Medical Institutions and Schools 63 

Medical Council, Ontario 63 

Meteorological Averages 5 

Meteorological Observat ns, 1871 26 

Militia and Defence Department 57 

Monthly Register 28 

Moon s Phases 18 

Morrin College, Quebec 132 

McGill College University 131 

McGill College Medical Depart.. 64 

McGill Normal School 135 

Navigation, Carrying Trade, &e. 42 

New Brunswick, Province of ... 60 

Normal and Model Schools 134 

North West Territories 63 

Notre Dame de Levis College. . . 133 

Nova Scotia, Province of. ...... 61 

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Numismatic & Antiquarian Soc. T30 

Odd Fellows Lodges 128 

Ontario, Province of 57 

Ottawa Literary & Scientific Soc. 129 
Ottawa Philharmonic Society .. 129 
Petroleum refined in Canada .... 41 
Pharmacy, Ontario College of . . 64 

Planets 21 

Post Office Department 65 

Post Offices, List of 70 

Practice Court and Chambers . . 124 

Privy Council 54 

Province of British Columbia. . . 62 

Province of Manitoba 62 

Province of New Brunswick. . . . 60 

Province of Nova Scotia 61 

Province of Ontario 57 

Province of Quebec 50 

Public Accounts, Dom. Canada. 31 
Public Accounts, N. Brunswick 35 
Public Accounts, Nova Scotia.. 36 

Public Accounts, Ontario 35 

Public Accounts, Quebec 34 

Public Schools, Ontario 135 

Public Works Department 57 

Quebec, Province of 59 

Quebec Seminary 133 

Queen s Bench, Court of 124 

Queen s College University 130 

Receiver-General s Office 57 

Remarkable Events, &c 28 

Rifle Associations 109 

R. C.Ecluc. In. Dioc. of Toronto 135 
Royal Coll. of Dental Surgeons. 64 
Royal Coll. of Phys. & Surgeons 64 

Royal Family 54 

S. S. Association of Canada .... 128 
Secretary of State of Canada ... 57 
Secretary of State for Provinces. 57 

Senate of Canada 54 

Shipping 42 

Spirits distilled in Canada 40 

Stamp Duties, Table of 128 

Star Table 4 

St. Francis College, Richmond . 132 

St. Michael s College 134 

Surrogate Courts 125 

Tariff of Customs 48 

Teachers Association, Ontario . 129 

Terms of the Courts 125 

Timber culled at Quebec 43 

Tobacco manufact d in Canada . . 40 

Towns, and Officials of 116 

Toronto School of Medicine .... 64 

Township Municipalities 112 

Trade and Navigation 42 

Trinity College University 131 

Trin Col. University Med. Dept. 63 

Trinity College Societies 129 

Trinity College School 133 

University of Toronto 130 

University College Societies 130 

Upper Canada College 182 

Venus and Mars, Discs of 4 

Vessels built in Canada 42 

Victoria College University 131 

Victoria Coll. Univ. Med. Dept, 64 
Victoria Coll. Literary Associat. 129 

Villages and Officials of 116 

Wesleyan Female College 134 

Woods and Forests 43 

Young Men s Christian Assoc ns. 12 



1873.] 



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SAFE DEPOSIT LOCKS, 

A SPECIALTY. 

YALE DOUBLE DIAL BANK LOCK. 

E. :H. MOORE, Agent for ONTARIO AND QUEBEC. 

No. 54 FRONT ST. EAST, TORONTO. 
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138 TORONTO, WHOLESALE DRY GOODS. [1873. 

JOHN MACDONALD & CO. 



ESTABLISHED 1849. 



Continue every season to increase the turn over of 

THEIR DEPARTMENTS. 

Continue each season to secure in each a higher state of completeness. 
Continue each season to make their business 

MORE WIDELY KNOWN. 

These results are reached without the aid of 

COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS. 



For while it is supposed that there are some 1500 Travelling Agents in the Dominion, 

EMPLOY NONE. 



Nor will it be thought they need them when it is known that their sales for one month 
(September) were over 

ONE FIFTH OF A MILLION DOLLARS!! 

^^^"B^^^^^^^^^^^^MMM^MMa*M^^^^^^^^B^^^^^^M 

The departments which have rendered their 

HOUSE SO FAMOUS 

Are their 

STAPLE DEPARTMENT, 

Which contains all classes of heavy SCOTCH and MANCHESTER GOODS, Irish and 
Scotch Linens of every class, Flannels, Blankets, Rugs, Wrappers, Woolen and Cotton Yarns, 
Seamless Bags, Wadding, Hop and Wool Sacking, Cheese Cloths, &c. Their 

HABERDASHERY DEPARTMENT. 



Noted throughout the country for its exent,. completeness and variety, with having reserve stock 
for JOBBERS BY THE PACKAGE. 

Widely known also for the large stock constantly kept of CLARK S CELEBRATED SIX 
CORD CABLE LAID THREAD, (J. and J. Clark & Co., Paisley.) Usually on hand a 
quantity sufficient to encircle the globe. Their 

DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT, 



Containing full lines of Plain Lustres, Cobourgs, Baratheas Crape Cloths, FRENCH MERI- 
NOES and all the new styles in Fancy Dress Goods of each season. Their. 

HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT, 

With its Thousands of Dozens of every Size, Class, Make, Quality and Price in Ladies, Gents 
and Children. Their 

SILK AND MANTLE DEPARTMENT, 

Embracing BRITISH AND FOREIGN SILKS of every quality, Irish Poplins, Japanese 
Goods, all the new styles of Ladies Jackets and Jacket Materials. Their 

G-ENTS FURNISHING DEPARTMENT, 

All kinds of Collars, Shirts, Ties, Scarfs, Rugs, &c., &c. 

They have also A FLOWER AND FEATHER DEPARTMENT. 
A LACE AND MUSLIN DEPARTMENT. 
A yERY LARGE RIBBON DEPARTMENT. 
A FANCY WOOL GOODS DEPARTMENT. 
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1873.] TORONTO, WHOLESALE DRY GOODS. 139 

And a very large and attractive 

WOOLEN DEPARTMENT, 

so complete in its stock of British and Canadian Woolens that every Tailor in the Province and 
beyond it should vistit it regularly. They also import largely with special reference to the trade of 
THE LUMBERING DISTRICTS, as well as the trade of THE GREAT NORTH WEST. 

The rapid growth of their 

ORDER DEPARTMENT, 

is the best evidence that the orders entrusted to the house are well and promptly executed. 
THEIR OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE 

continues to receive the same watchful care as hitherto from those intrusted with the duties 
belonging to the management of each. They possess many advantages in connection with their 

ENGLISH OFFICE, 

which they could not otherwise have. 

THEIR HOME BUYER 



is thoroughly conversant with the best 

BRITISH AND FOREIGN MARKETS. 

Their CASH PAYMENTS for all purchases give them at all times the full advantage of 
the market. 

Their few business maxims of last season having been read by so many who spoke favour 
ably of them, they have been induced this season to add, that through many years they have 
observed that if men would 

SUCCEED IN BUSINESS 

They must be Diligent, Prudent, Economical, Courteous, Temperate and Attentive. 

They should understand their business. 

They should not be above their business. 

They should keep their money in their business. 

They should have very few business accounts. (The fewer the better, ) until they find them 
selves in a position to buy wherever they pleased. 

No outside stock will pay men as well as their business, and they should OBSTINATELY 
REFUSE to invest one dollar in outside operations until they are possessed of surplus 
means. 

They should keep their stock fully and constantly insured. 
They have also observed : 

That the most successful men are those who do not "make haste to be rich." 

Who are not ambitious to make a great show. 

Who attend more to their own business than to that of their neighbours. 

Who leave Municipal Councils and Politics alone. 

Who are not borrowers from their neighbours, or dealers in accommodation paper, but 

Who are deeply anxious, promptly and honourably to discharge their liabilities. 
They -have also observed : 

That few men are benefited by inherited means. 

That money which comes quickly goes quickly. 

That the value of money is only understood by those who make it by patient industry, and 
that the grandest and most enduring business structure, is that which a man erects by 
his own efforts. 



JOHN MACDONALD & Co., are always happy to see and do business with traders from 
any part of 

THE DOMINION. 



John Macdonald & Co. 



Warehouse Entrance, 2 1 & 23 Wellington St. ENGLISH OFFICE : 

Goods Entrance, 28 & 30 Front St., TORONTO. 3 York St., MANCHESTER. 

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[1873. 



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ADYEBTISMENTJS. 



141 



S. ALLCOCK, C. LAIGHT & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Needles, Fishing Tackle, Fish Hooks, &c. 

IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

FISHING TACKLE Buttons, Thimbles, Steel Pens, Pencils, Rubber Combs, General 
Small Ware, Ball and Fishing Twines, and Machine Thread. 

N.B -SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES of all kinds. 

MERCHANTS SUPPLIED ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS, 

WAREHOUSE-NO. 39 COLBORNE STREET, 

TORONTO. 
TRADE MARK. Manufactory Eedditoh, England. 8. STOODZEF, Manager. 




C. LAIGHT 

& SON S 




4 to 8 

OVAL EY D 

Sharps 

REDDITCH. 



CANADA STAINED GLASS WORKS. 



f ESTABLISHFD 
I I8 5 6. 



ESTABLISHED > 
1856. ) 

CTOSEIFIH: 
STAINER AND ENAMELLER ON GLASS, 

NO. 8 KING STREET WEST, TORONTO, ONT. 
BANNERS EXECUTED IN THE BEST STYLE. 



IMPORTER OR 



DECORATIONS, STATUARY, BORDERS, WINDOW SHADES, 



FANCY GOODS, &c., & c ., 



87 



WILLIAM 

-lE S T 



P ARROW, 

Ti3 IE T T O DR O "EsT 



MANUFACTURER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 



IMPORTER OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE, 

Stoves, Grates, Lamps, Oils, English Iron Bedsteads and Mangles, Children s Carrriages, &( 

T O RO^TlorGTUTnvlWLrJIr^G DEPOT. 
H. J. MATTHEWS & BROTHER, 



PICTURE FRAME & LOOKING .GLASS 

MANUFACTURERS, 

97 YONGE STREET, TORONTO. 

J8~ Oil Paintings, Chromos, Steel Engravings, Lithographs, Picture Frame Mouldings of 
best style and finish ; Picture Frames, all kinds ; Looking Glass Frames and Looking Glass 
Ptates, &c. THE TRADE SUPPLIED AT LOWEST PRICES. 

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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



[1873. 




CANT, GOURLAY & Co., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

WOOD-WORKING MACHINERY. 



REPAIRING IN MILL WORK, ENGINES, &c., CAREFULLY 

ATTENDED TO. 



OIST 



EAST SIDE OF NORTH WATER STREET. 



A. CANT,. J. GOURLAY, W. W. LAIDLAW, J. ROSS, 

GALT, ONTARIO. 



THE GORE DISTRICT 




HAS BEEN DOING BUSINESS ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM 
for THIRTY-THREE YEARS. It undertakes the insurance of all descrip 
tions of property, excepting certain which are extra hazardous, against loss 
or damage by fire or lightning. The cost of insuring with it ranges from 

SIXTEEN TO TWENTY CENTS IN THE DOLLAR 

less than in an ordinary proprietary company. It offers the option of insuring 
either on the PREMIUM NOTE or CASH PREMIUM system, and 
although by adopting the latter a very considerable saving can be effected, 
the Premium Note system is tmdoubtedly the cheaper of the two. Its special 
Tariff of rates for the Insurance of 

ISOLATED DWELLINGS 

and their contents recommends itself on the score of economy. It offers 
security which is ample ; and by never allowing its limit of insurance on a 
single risk to exceed an amount which is proportionate to its assets, it is enabled 
to meet its engagements as they may mature and settle them with promptitude 
and liberality. 

R. MCLEAN, THOS. M. SIMONS, 

Inspector. Secretary. 

A. T. McCORD, JUN., & Co., Agents, No. 7 Toronto St., Toronto. 

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MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 



143 




PURITY AND 
EXCELLENCE OF QUALITY 



GUARANTEED. 




HILL & WARE, 

DlSTILLEKS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

CORDIALS, TOM GINS, BITTERS, GINGER WINE, 

CHOICE FRUIT SYRUPS, 



"W SI I S ZEC I IE S, IE T C . 



Prize Medal and Diploma Exposition Univer- 
selle, Paris, 1867. 



) ( Silver Medals, Provincial Exhibition. Mon- 

| (. treal. 1868. 



PROPRIETORS OF THE CELEBRATED 

CARRATRACA MINERAL SPRINGS, PLANTAGENET, ont. 

DISTILLERY 287 & 289 COMMISSIONER STREET. 
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE 389 & 391 ST. PAUL STREET, MONTREAL. 




MANUFACTURERS. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

/^fc^V"^-^ * . f^sy^s\f *, 

Wn^Wwk 

No. 782 CRAIG STREET WEST, MONTREAL. 

All kinds of Garden and Cemetery Fencing, Summer Houses, Garden Arches, Flower Stands Trainers &c. 
Wire Sieves, Bird Cages, Ladies Dress Stands, Coat Stands, &c. 




BARNES 



McKEVER. 



isr 



THOMAS OVEEING, 




AND MAXUFACTDKER OF 

Fourdiner and Cylinder Cloths for Paper Mills, Wire-Cloth, Sieves, Riddles, Fenders, 
Grate and Stove Guards, Meat Safes, Rat and Mouse Traps, Bird Cages, &c. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO BUILDERS WORK. 

CEMETERY, GARDEN AND FARM FENCING MADE TO ORDER, 

757 CRAIG STREET, WEST OF VICTORIA SQUARE, 

p. o. BOX 192^. MONTREAL. 

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144 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



[1873. 



HOYA.L LETTERS FA.TE3STT. 



COPELAND S 






(STRENGTH UNALTERED.) 

Produces no Nausea. Children are fond of it. 

Prepared only by T. COPELAND, Chemist, No. 9 Market Square, HAMILTON, 

and sold by all Druggists. 



ltittual 






wrnrnt 



HEAD OFFICE, HAMILTON, ONT. 



O O TJ 2NTT 



IB IR,.A.Isra 



Farmers Dwellings and Outbuildings, and Isolated Dwellings in Towns and Villages (non-hazardous) only 
insured. LIVE STOCK insured against loss or damage by FIRE or LIGHTNING, ANYWHERE ON 
OWNERS PREMISES. 



Specially for the Insurance of Property on the Line of Water Hydrants in the City of Hamilton. 

NOTE. Members are liable ONLY for losses occurring in that Branch in which their property is insured. 
The Directors of the CANADIAN are confident that by adhering stricty to the Mutual or Premium Note Sys 
tem, appointing as Agents only reliable and trustworthy men, and exercising due economy in the management, 
they can afford to its members a sure guarantee against loss, and INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST. 

Every means will be taken to keep down Assessments consistent with the due payment of losses. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS : 



JOHN BARRY, Esq., Barrister 
ROBERT CHRISTIE, Esq., M 

A. EGLESTON, Esq., Reeve of A ncaster, and Ex- 

Warden of the County of Wentworth. 

B. E. CHARLTON, Esq., Hamilton. 
L. SPRINGER, Esq., Barton. 
WILLIAM HOOVER, Esq., Caistor. 
K. FITZPATRICK, Esq., Hamilton. 
JAMES CAMPBELL, Esq., East Flamboro . 

E. WILDE, . 

General Agent. 



-at-Law, Hamilton, President. 

[. P. P., Beverley, Vice-President. 

C. GURNEY, Esq., of E. &. C. Gurney, Hamiltorv 

JAMES MORDEN, Esq., West Flamboro . 

GEORGE JAMES, Esq., Hamilton. 

J. N. TARBOX, Esq., Barton. 

ANSON BUCK, Esq , M. D., Trafalgar. 

LYMAN MOORE, Esq., Hamilton. 

JOHN EASTWOOD, Esq., Hamilton. 

P. B. DESPARD, 

Secretary. 



CANADA SCREW COMPANY, 

DUNDA.S, ONTAJEIIO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



GIMLET POINTED SCREWS, 

Q UALITY UNS URPASSED, 

Price as Low as they can be Imported. Orders Solicited. 
GEO. F. BURROWS, MANAGER. 

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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



145 



TEN 
FIRST PRIZES. 




AT TWO 
EXHIBITIONS. 



<fc OO. 



GUELPH, ONT., 



OIF 




AND 



THE CELEBRATED ORGANETTES. 

RECEIVED as usual all THE FIRST PRIZES at the HAMILTON PROVINCIAL 
EXHIBITION and GUELPH CENTRAL FAIR, September and October, 1872. 
This grand success in addition to our record for 1871, of I Silver Medal, 3 Diplomas, and 
First Prizes, incontestably prove our instruments to be superior to all others, 
Every Instrument warranted for Five Years and satisfaction guaranteed. 

For ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE address 

W. BELL & CO. 

Guelph, Ont. 

THE VICTORIA ~~ 

Jnaiqatu^ Oj^mpttg af fljjanada, 




.A.T AOTTT^L COST. 

ESTABLISHED 1863. 

NON-HAZARDOUS PROPERTY ONLY INSURED. 



AVAILABLE ASSETS, - - - 

LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. 



$175,381 17. 



The Directors have pleasure in calling attention to the great success that has attended the 
"Victoria." The business, since the organization of the Company has steadily increased, and 
the Assets now available for payment of Losses amount to the sum of $175,381 17. 

HEAD OFFICE, HAMILTON, ONTARIO. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS: 



GEORGE H. MILLS, Esq., Hamilton, President. 

LEVI LEWIS, Esq., Saltfleet, Vice-President. 
PETER BALFOUR, Esq., Hamilton. 
ALEX. BROWN, Esq., East Flamboro . 
JAS. CALDER, Esq., Ancaster. 
PETER CARROL, Esq., East Flamboro . 
JAS. CUMMINGS, Esq., Hamilton. 
JACOB H. FISHER, Esq., Nelson. 



HAMILTON, May, 1872. 

E 



HENRY HALL, Esq., Binbrook. 
THOS. LOTTRIDGE, Esq., Barton. 
GEO. MURISON, Esq., Hamilton. 
THOS. McILWRAITH, Esq., Hamilton. 
JOSEPH RYMAL, Esq., M.P., Barton. 
SAMUEL B. WEYLIE. Esq., Glanford. 
A. T. WOOD, Esq.. Hamilton. 

W. D. BOOKER, Secretary. 

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[1873. 







CHARLES D. EDWARDS, 

49 ST. JOSEPH STEEET, MONTEEAL, 

MANUFACTURER OF FIRE PROOF SAFES, 



. BURGLAR PROOF SAFES, IRON VAULT LININGS, 

IRON VAULT DOORS, STEEL VAULT DOORS, IRON DOORS, SHUTTERS, ETC,, 

AND IRON WORKS FOR REGISTRY OFFICES, *v., <5rv., 



E. H. MOORE, General Agent for Ontario, 
JVos. 54 Front Street East and 51 Wellington Street, 



A STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. ALSO A FEW SECOND HAND. 




EC. B. W-A-IR/IR, 



307 FOKTIFICATION LANE, MONTREAL, 



MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 



COUNTER AND PLATFORM SCALES, 

GUARANTEED EQUAL TO ANY IN THE MARKET. 

E. H. MOORE, 54 FRONT STREET EAST, TORONTO. 

Agent for Ontario, keeps on hand a Full Assortment. 
Price Lists on Application. A Liberal Discount to the Trade. 

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1873.] ADVERTISEMENTS. 147 

TH.E 






IS THE ONLY ONE REALLY 



REQUIRING NO. PERSONAL INSTRUCTION. 



NO one however unskilled, inexperienced, nervous or feeble can fail to work 
it with pleasure and entire success. 

It will do every kind of Work required in the Household. 

IS AS DURABLE AS STEEL AND IRON CAN MAKE IT. 

COMBINING ALL THE ELEGANCE, SIMPLICITY AND STRENGTH POSSIBLE 

for any Sewing Machine to attain. It is devised on the simplest and most scier^ 
tine principles dispensing with Cogs and Cams. It embraces all the important 
and essential elements embodied in Sewing Machines patented in Europe OF 
America within the -past twenty years, together with late and important improve 
ments and patents of our own mechanical experts and inventors. It is 

PRONOUNSED THE NEA1EST POSSIBLE TO PERFECTION 

YET ATTAINED BY ANY SEWING MACHINE IN 

IE TJT IR, o IP IE oie, .A. IM: IE :K, i o .A. , 

having swept away at once the many failings and difficulties attending the Sewing 
Machine of the past for want of simplicity in the workings, their constant liability 
to get out of order, the numerous troubles attending the changing of stitch, irre 
gular tensions for the different kind of work, and other troubles well known to 
all who have ever used a Sewing Machine. It 

HEMS, FELLS, CORDS, 

BRAIDS, TUCKS, QUILTS, 

BINDS AND GATHERS WITHOUT BASTING. 

IT RUNS LIGHT, EASY AND NOISELESS. 

Its motions are all positive, and its simplicity enables the most inexperienced to 
operate it with the ease of an expert 



MANUFACTURED BY THE 

CANADA SEWING MACHINE COMPANY, 

HAMILTON, ONTARIO, CANADA. 
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[1873, 



WILLIAM WARWICK, 

PUBLISHER, 







AND BOOKBINDER, 

36 WELLINGTON STREET EAST, 

TOIRO^TTO. 



BUNTIN, BROTHER & CO. 

WHOLESALE STATIONERS, 



AND 



, (Sfflfretop 

TWINES AND WRAPPING PAPERS. 
Nos. 61 & 63 YONGE STREJET, TORONTO. 




ESTABLISHED 1856.) 



(CONSUL OF THE GERMAN EMPIRE,) 

SEED MERCHANT & FLORIST, 

TORONTO, ONT. 

IMPORTER AND GROWER OF ALL KINDS OF FIELD, GARDEN 
AND FLOWER SEEDS. 

SEED WAREHOUSE- Corner Front Street and 
West Market Place. 

GARDENS. "SADOWA VILLA," Yonge St., ten minutes walk beyond the Yorkville Street Railway Terminus. 
ILLUSTRATED AND DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE sent to Purchasers on application, 



IMPORTERS OF 




114 Yonge Street, Toronto. 



Builders, Cabinet Makers, and Upholsterers Hardware, 
Addis Carvers Tools, Stub s Celebrated Files and Tools 
Carpenters, Joiners, Machinists and other Tools. 
Shoe Tools, Shoe and Machine Thread, &c. 
Tailors Shears, Squares, Crayons, Tapes, &c. 



House Furnishing Hardware, Cutlery of all kinds. 
Shooting and Fishing Tackle, Sporting Ammunition. 
Dumb Bells, Quoits, Garden, Draining, Farming Tools. 
Window Glass of all sizes. 
Putty, Cordage, &c. 



FOR SALE AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. 

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1873.] ADVERTISEMENTS. 149 



TORONTO SAVINGS BANK. 

(ESTABLISHED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT, JUNE 3, 18^4.) 

OFFICE 72 CHURCH STREET (NEXT ST. ANDREW S CHURCH). 

T^vEPOSITS received from TWENTY CENTS and upwards ; invested in Government and 
J other first-class Securities. Interest allowed thereon at the rate of Five per cent. ; on 
Special Deposits at the rate of Six per cent, per annum. 

W. J. MACDONELL, Manager. 



It&tm djjaiijula tttlilht0 dr 

CAPITAL, - - - - $600,000. 

PRESIDENT HON. G. W. ALLAN. VICE-PRESIDENT JOHN WORTHINGTON, ESQ. 

OFFICE No. 70 CHURCH STREET, TORONTO. 

MONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT, subject to Call. Interest at the rate of Six per cent. 

per annum, compounded half-yearly. 

MONEY TO LOAN on the security of Improved Freehold Property ; repayable by half- 
yearly or yearly instalments. See our Reduced Rates. 

WALTER S. LEE, Secretary & Treasurer. 



IN 1859. 



TO^OZCsTTO. 

CAPITAL, $500,000. IN SHARES OF $1OO EACH. 

PRESIDENT ..... Hov. WM. McMASTER. 
SECRETARY-TREASURER . CHARLES ROBERTSON. 

OFFICE CORNER OF CHURCH AND COURT STREETS, 

TORONTO. 
N.B. CASH advanced on FREEHOLD PROPERTY, on long credit, and at reduced rates. 



FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE. 



Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1833. 

HEAD OFFICE-CORNER CHURCH & COURT STREETS, TORONTO. 

Governor GEORGE P. RIDOUT. Deputy-Governor PETER PATERSON. 

Manager T. W. BIUCHALL. Fire Inspector E. R. O BRIEN. Marine Inspector Capt. R. COURNEEN. 



Insurances on all descriptions of Property are granted by this Company against Loss or Damage by Fire ; and 
also against Loss or Damage by the perils of Inland Navigation, at the Current Rates of I lvniimn. 

Risks in each Branch are also taken by the several Agents of the Company at the principal cities, towns, and 
ports of Shipment throughout the Province. 

Forms of Application, with every requisite information, may be obtained at the Head Office, or any of the Agents 

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ENGLISH ADVERTISEMENTS. 



[1873, 




SEVENTY YEARS OF SUCCESS 

Have proved beyond doubt, that 



MACASSAR OIL, KALYDOR, & ODONTO, 

Are the three most invaluable TOILET REQUISITES extant. 

The MACASSAR OIL is the best and safest RESTORER aud BEAUTIFER of the HUMAN HAIR, being 
perfectly free from all poisonous or mineral adinixtures. 

CAUTION. Each Bottle has a Glass Stopper instead of the Cork as formerly; all with the Cork are 
spurious imitations. This notice is deemed necessary, as the Proprietors have received intimation that a large 
Quantity of Counterfeit, of the most pernicious quality, has lately been sent from France and Germany to India 
aud the Colonies, under their names. 

The KALYDOR produces PURITY OF COMPLEXION, and a Softness and Delicacy of Skin. 

The ODONTO praserves the TEETH, imparts a pearl-like whiteness to them, and gives a pleasing fragrano* 
to the BREATH. 

Sold by all Chemists and Perfumers, and at all Bazaars throughout India, China, and tha Colonies. 
Ask for " ROWLAND S" Articles, of 

20, m^TTOicr a- .A. IR, ID IEJ isr , moiisriDOisr. 

PURE CHEMICALS ANlT HEW MEDICINES. 



T. raOR&OET & SON, 

31, 33 and 124 Southampton Kow, Eussell Square, London, 

CHHMICAL WORKS, HOHNSET ROAD, AND SOMERFIKLD WORKS, HOMERTON, 

Supply PURE CHEMICALS and all VEW HfEVlCAI, PREPARATIONS, including 

th following Specialties : 

,PEPSIN E, the active digestive principle of the gastric juice ; an agreeable and popular remedy for weak 
digestion. In POWDEB, WINE, LOZENGES and GLOBULES. 

PANCREATIC EMULSION AND PAN CRE ATI NE, in Powder; containing th. 
active principle obtained from the Pancreas, by which the digestion and assimilation of fat is effected. 

PANCREATISED COD LIVER OIL. In Half pints and in Quart Tins. 

CHLORAL HYDRATE CAKE ANDiCRYSTALS (NEW SEDATIVE.) 

CHLORODYNE (MORSON S), the universally approved Anodyae. In 2 o*., 4-oz., and &-oz. bottle*. 

CHLOROFORM, METHYLATED AND PURE. 

CREOSOTE (CACTION)- from Wood Tar, of which T. M. & SON are the only British Manufacturers. 

To test a suspected sample, mix it with an equal quantity of pure glycerine. If they unite and make 
a clear solution, the substance is carbolic- acid, or in greater part consists of it. 

; GE LATI N E, a perfect and economical substitute for Isinglass. 



Shipping Orders executed with care and despatch. 

SILVER MEDAL AWARDED, PARIS EXHIBITION, 1867, JUROR, i86z. 

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1873.] ADVEKTI8EMENT8. 151 

"INVALUABLE HOUSEHOLD MEDICINES." 



SPECIALLY &~ afa& -***. PREPARED BY 




SAVORY MOORE, 



Chemut* to H. M. the Quen, H. B. H. The Prince of Wales, H. I. M. Napoleon HT.. 
His Highness the Khedive of Egypt, &c. 

CHOLERA, DIARRHOEA, SPASM. -JEREMIE S CELEBRATED 

SEDATIVE AND ANTI-SPASMODIC. Originated by CaptainJeremie, H.M.I.A. This 
remarkable Medicine is acknowledged by the most eminent Physicians and Surgeons to be the most valuable 
Remedy for DIMINISHING NERVOUS EXCITEMENT, ALLAYING PAIN, GIVINU REPOSE, without the 
unpleasant objections attending the employment of other Sedatives. In India it i universally regarded as a 
for DIARRHOEA, CHOLERA, DYSENTERY, and NERVOUSNESS. 



ETHERODINE. ITS PROPERTIES ARE DIAPHORETIC, ANTISPASMODIC, and SEDATIVE. 

Ths Important advantage over Chlorodyne, Ac. , is in maintaining the desired effects without augmenting the 
doae. Medical men in extensive practice testify to its efficacy in Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Fevers, Rheum 
atism, Spasm, Dysentery, Diarrhoaa, Ac. Will keep in any climate. 

DR. JENNER S ABSORBENT LOZENGES SPEEDILY AND EFFECTUALLY 

CORRECT HEARTBURN, FLATTLENCE AND ACIDITY OF THE STOMACH. From being dissolvtd in 
the mouth by the consumer, the injurious concretions of magnesia are avoided, while the grateful flavor of the 
Lozenge adds an allurement to its use. 

BEST FOOD FOR INFANTS. "Resembling mother s milk as closely as posdible." 
Dr. E. Barker on "Right Foods." "THE INFANT PBIKCE thrives upon it as a Prince should." Soc. Set. fie*?. 
" Highly nourishing and easily digested." Dr. KossalJ. No boiling or straining required. Sold in Tins. 

ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS EFFECTUALLY RELIEVED BY THE USE OF 

"DATURA TATULA." "Of great efficacy in ease of Asthma and Chronic Bronchitis." Z>u&. Jnl. of Mod. Sci. 
" The fumes cause no nausea, so that the most delicate lady can use the remedy. I have never known an 
instance in which relief was not obtained." Letter from Gen. Alexander. As Tobacco, in Tina; Cigars and 

Cigarettes, in Boxes ; and as Pastilles for inhalation, in Boxes, 



GENUINE PANCREATIC EMULSION. In Diseases where Wasting, Loss of the 
Power of Digestion and Assimilation are prominent, the Pancreatic Emulsion and Pancreatine are the most 
potent remedial agents. Where Cod Liver Oil fails, or cannot be tolerated by the stomach, the Pancreatic 
preparations supply its place. 

SAVORY & MOORE, 

143 ZCfTIE W BO3STDD S T IR, IE IE T , L O IsT 3D O 3ST . 

BOLD BY ALL CHEMISTS, DRUGGISTS, AND STOREKEEPERS. 



I-A.3VE IE ~\7" -A. ZKT 

Seedsman to the Council of Agriculture for the Province of Quebec. 

Canada Agricultural Warehouse & Seed Store, Cor. McGillSt Foundling Sis., St. Ant s Market, Montreal. 

Agricultural Implements of every description, Grain, Field, Garden, and Flower Seeds, Guano. 
Superphosphate and other Fertilizers. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Green- 
House and Bedding Plants, Vegetable Plants, Small Fruits, &c. 

NURSERIES AND SEED FARM AT COTE ST. PAUL, NEAR MONTREAL. 



COPP, CLARK & CO. 
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, BOOKBINDERS, 

&C. &C. &C. 

KING STREET EAST & COLBORNE STREET, TORONTO. 

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152 ADVERTISEMENTS. [18T3. 



O I LER WO R K S. 

NEW AND SECOND-HAND BOILERS ON HAND FOR SALE- 



ItTIE^IR, OIHITJIE^aiH: ST., 
TORONTO. 
NEIL OTJRRIE, Proprietor. 



MANUFACTURER OP 



STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, 

Gang and Circular Saw Mills, Lath and Shingle Mills, Single and 
DouMe Edgers, Tobacco Presses, 

GRIST-MILL MACHINERY, SHAFTING, COUPLINGS AND HANGERS 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, 



CANADA ENGINE AND MACHINE WORKS, 

ESPLANADE STREET, TORONTO. 

NELSON, WOOD & CO, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

BROOMS, BRUSHES, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, 

IMPORTERS OF 

CLOCKS, LOOKING-GLASSES & PLATES, 
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, &c., 

78 and 80 York Street, TORONTO. 93 and 95 St. Peter Street, MONTREAL. 

N. B. The TORONTO HOUSE will remove in the Fall of 1873. to their New 
Warehouse, on Front Street. 



TORONTO ISTTJRSERIES. 



PROPRIETORS. 

- - 15O 

The Stock comprises Trees, Plants, and Flowers of every description suitable to the 
climate, which we can pack to carry safely to any part of the world. 

Priced Descriptive Catalogues sent to applicants enclosing a two cent stamp. 

Address: GEO. LESLIE & SONS, TORONTO NURSERIES, LESLIE P.O. 

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1873.] ADVERTISEMENTS. 153 



HOME & FOREIGN PATENT AGENCY. 

ALEX. CHRISTIE, 
SOLICITOE of PATENTS in Canada, United States and Great Britain, 

ACCOUNTANT, COMMISSION AND HOUSE AGENT, 
Office 32 King Street East, TORONTO. ONT. 

JOHN MACNAB & CO., 








5 FRONT STREET EAST, TORONTO, 

IMPORTERS OF SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE, 

BAR & PIG IRON, STEEL, METALS, GLASS, PDTTY, PAINTS, 

&c. &c. 



SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED EMERY MADE BY THE CHESTER 

EMERY CO., MASS., U.S. 

And used by all the large Manufactories in the Country. 



Also Agents for FOUNDRY FACINGS OF ALL KINDS, 

Of which a large Stock is always kept on hand. 
JOHN MACNAB. T. HEBBERT MARSH- 



JOH3ST HOLMES, 

MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

BOOTS -A-HSTID SHOES, 

31, CHURCH, AND 62 & 64 COLBORNE STRS., TORONTO. 



BROWIST, BROTHERS, 

STATIONERS, 

ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTURERS, BOOK-BINDERS, . 

DEALERS IN BOOK-BINDERS MATERIALS, &c., 

66 &\68 KING STREET EAST, TORONTO. . 

ACCOUNT BOOKS of all styles constantly on hand, or manufactured to order, in a styl e 
unsurpassed for quality, durability or price. 

STATIONERY of every description in Stock, direct from the producers, and at such 
prices as to enable us to hold out great inducements to buyers. 

DIARIES, WALLETS, BILL CASES, PURSES, POCKET BOOKS, &c. 

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154 ADVERTISEMENTS. [1873. 



T. CLAXTON, 

IMPORTER & GENERAL DEALER IN 
ENGLISH, FRENCH & GERMAN 

BAND INSTRUMENTS, 

English, German & Anglo-German Concertinas, 
Violins, Music Finding s of all kinds, &c. &o- 

Good Second-ban:! Band Instruments bought or taken in exchange, separately, or in sets. 
P/Iusica! Instruments of every description Tuned and Repaired. 

197 YONGrE ST., TORONTO. 




MINHINNICK & CO., 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IX 

TEAS, WINES, SPIRITS AND CIGARS, 

73 COLBORNESTREET, TORONTO. 

A LARGE QUANTITY OF 

Choice Teas, selected expressly for this Market, 

AND 

OVER TWO MILLIONS CIGARS, OF VARIOUS BRANDS, IN STOCK, 
Which they offer to the Trade at low prices, and on favorable terms. 



SAMUEL STERN, 

IMPORTER & WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

FANCY GOODS, JEWELLERY, ELECTRO-PLATED WARE, 

CUTLERY, STATIONERY, SMOKING ARTICLES, 

Druggists Sundries, Looking-Glass Plates, &c. &c. 

No. 14 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, 

TORONTO, ONT. 



// O ME MA N UFA C T UR E. 

Heintzman & Cos Piano Fortes. 

I/V claim far our Pi/u/os that they are equal to ANY imported instrument in every respect. 
Wi claim that our Pianos are at least SiooJo 150 CHEAPER than any Imported Pianos of the same class. 
1 /( Y hold, Hif.-efore, t taf it is worth affording onr HOME ENTERPRISE a large support. 

Call and examine and fully test. - 

CABINET ORGANS. 

We are General Agents itt Ontario for the celebrated Taylor and Farley Organ Company, of If- orcestfr, 

Mass., whose instruments rank at trie head of all organs. 

Committees of Churches fiid other Societies will find it to their interest to examine and COMPARE oitr 
organs before buying else-^ltere. Liberal terms offered to Churches. 

lir.INTZMAN &* CO., 

115 and uf K tnp- Stnvf West, Toronto. 
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1873.] ADVERTISEMENTS. 155 

W7~G7~R" A W 



123 YONGE STREET, TORONTO, 

IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

BREECH AND MUZZLE GUNS AND RIFLES, 

And every other requisite for the Sportsman, 

Solo Agent in Canada for WE3TLEY RICHARDS GUNS and RIFLES. 

Having completed our Machinery for Altering the Shooting, of Guns, \vc are prepared to. make Guns 

shoot strong and close. ^ 

CHARGES MODERATE. . REPAIRS EXECUTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. 




PARSON, BROTHERS, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IX AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

PETROLEUM LUBRICATING OILS, 

LAMPS, 



&c., &c., &c. 

WAREHOUSE :-10 FEONT STREET, TORONTO, ONT. 



THE CANADA BOLT COMPANY. 

TORONTO & PERTH, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



-AND 



COACH SCREWS, 



ADDRESS: 

CANADA BO I$F$ COMPANY, 



TORONTO. 

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:E\ 

of Jiflmtttiatt $nnut ntul ijuau 

OUELPH, ONTARIO. 

Has received ten First Prizes at Provincial Exhibitions and swell Diploma-!, (. an .show more First Prizes 
aud Diplomas than any Maker in Canada. 

Having lately introduced steam engine and other machinery, will have Pianos constantly on hand, Whole 
sale and Retail. Circular, ivith large cuts, sent on application. 



MARKHAM BELL FOUNDRY. 

BELLS from 4olbs to 700 Ibs weight, and warranted one year. 30,000 now 

sold. Prices lately Reduced. 

L. JONES & CO., MARKHAM P. 0., ONTATIO. 



STEAM ENGINE WORKS, 

CORNER OF WELLINGTON AND KING WILLIAM STREETS, 

HAMILTON. ONT. 



T. &c in 1 , r o IR/T H: us 

MANUFACTURERS OF PORTABLE AND STATIONARY 

STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, 

ALL KINDS OF GEARING FOR STEAM OR WATER SAW-MILLS, SHINGLE, LATH AND STAVE MACHINES, 
Drops for Stamping Sheet Metals, Steam Engine Governors, 




T. & F. NORTHEY S 

UPRIGHT BOILER FEEDER. 



The subscriber would call the special attention of Engineers 
and users of .Steam Power generally to his upright Steam Boiler 
Feeder, which dispenses with all those complications of Lever- 
Cranks, Fly Wheels, Cams, Noisy Tappets and Valves Gearing 
which are indispensible to other machines of their class. 
Th? aboi e oil is a fair representation of the machine. 

T. & F. NORTHEY. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



1T1A1 



COUPLINGS AND HANGERS 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, 

ONTARIO ENGINE AND MACHINE WORKS, 

ADELAIDE STREET WEST, 

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1873.] MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 157 



IB IR, IT OUST 

IMI IE ID I O -A. Xj .A.2NTID C3- IE 1ST IE IR, .A. 

LIFE ASSOCIATION, 

WITH WHICH IS UNITED 

THE BRITANNIA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, 



CHIEF OFFICE, 429 STRAND, LONDON, ENGLAND, 
HEAD OFFICE FOR CANADA, 12 PLACE D ARMES, MONTREAL. 

CAPITAL and INVESTED FUNDS, over 4,000,OOO.OO 

Over One Hundred Thousand Dollars deposited with the Dominion Government for 
the Security of CANADIAN POLICY-HOLDERS ONLY. 

The Association undertakes every description of LIFE CONTINGENCY, 
POLICIES PAYABLE DURING LIFE TIME. 

The important and peculiar feature originally introduced by this Company, in applying the periodical Bonuses 
so as to make Policies payable during life, without any higher rate of Premiums being charged, has caused the 
success of the BRITON MEPIOAL AND GENERAL to be almost unparalleled in the History of Life 
Assurance, / ife Policief on the Pro/It Sc <-e be ome payei le during the lifeteme of the Assured, thus rendering 
a Policy of Assurance a means of su sistence in oldage, as wf II as a protection for a family, and a more valuable 
security to creditors in the event of an early death ; and effectually meeting the often urged objection, that persons 
do not themselves reap the benefit of their own prudence and forethought. 

JAMES B. M. CHIPMAN, 

Manager for Canada. 





* <ss* 

LITHOGRAPHERS, BOOK-BINDERS, &c. 
17 & 19 KING STREET EAST, TORONTO. 



COPP, CLA.RK & CO., General Booksellers All the Standard 
Works, English and American, kept in stock. Every new book of 
value soon as published We make importation of books to order, a 
speciality. Orders sent to England by every Steamer, and goods 
received by every Canadian Steamer. 

17 & 19 KING STREET EAST, TORONTO. 

COPP, CLARK & CO., Importers of English Periodicals, give 
great attention to this branch of their business Their importations 
being very large they are able to give the best Terms to Dealers ; also 
to supply the public promptly and reasonably. No expense is spared 
to get all on at the very earliest moment. Send for Price Lists- 

17 & 19 KING STREET EAST, TORONTO. 

COPP, CLARK & CO., Bookbinders, bind with neatness and des 
patch Law Books, Magazines, and all Letter-Press Books, at moderate 
prices. BLANK WORK of every description in a style not equalled 
in the Province. 

17 & 19 KING STREET EAST, TORONTO. 

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158 MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENTS. [1873. 

THE STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF EDINBURGH:, SCOTLAND. 

ESTABLISHED 1825. , _ ESTABLISHED 182$. 

Head Office for Canada : MONTREAL Standard Buildings. 

Risks in force - - ^16,691,088 Sterling. 

Accumulated Fund - - _4,ooo,ooo " 

Annual Revenue ... _ 700,000 " 

Surplus Funds, divided amongst policy holders 

at last division of profits over - 33 I 59 I " 

Every information as to Life Assurance will be given by 

W. M. RAMSAY, i Manager for Canada. 

HENRY PELLATT, Agent for Toronto. 

(Established, 1803.) (Established, 1803.) 

LYMANS, CLARE & CO., 



Druggists and Importers of Drugs, Chemicals, Oils Dyes, k, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Linseed Oil, Paints, Putty, Calcined and Land Plaster, (Dominion Mills Brand.) Pulverized 
Drugs and Ground Spices, warranted positively pure. 

DOMINION MILLS, MILL STREET. OFFICE & WAREHOUSE, 384 & 386 ST. PAUL STREET, 
^ _ _ MONTREAL. 

IRELAND, GA.Y & CO., 

WHOLESALE HAKDWAKE MERCHANTS, 

444 & 449 ST. PAUL ST., MONTREAL. 



W. & F. P. CURRIER & CO., 

IMPORTERS OF HEAVY HARDWARE, ETC., 

<tf Jtofa, (Mr attfl efl 9 pfiftflfl, 

ioo GREY NUN ST., MONTREAL. 

EWING BROTHERS, 

00 IM: a a- 1 ILL STIR/ISIET, 





Special Quotations for Timothy and Clover. 

Descriptive Catalogue of "Garden, Farm, and Flower Seeds," and " Flowerhig 

Bulbs," sent free on application. 

WILLIAM EWING. ARCHIBALD EWING. 

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MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 



159 



TO FOUNDERS. 

FOUNDRY FACINGS. 

FOUNDRY SUPPLIES. 

MICA. 

MOULDERS TOOLS. 

MOULDING SAND. 



r0n, 



TO MACHINISTS. 

RABBET. 

EMERY WHEELS. 
STEEL RULES. 
CRUCIBLES. 

&c., &c. 

ALSO, 

, iin, jgfoq, j 

FOR SALE BY 



TO CONTRACTORS. 

CEMENTS. 
DRAIN PIPES. 
FIRE CLAY TILES. 
FIRE BRICK, 
FIRE CLAY. 



Ji 



COFLiAMD 



WELLINGTON MILLS. MONTREAL, 



COPP, CLARK & CO. 

17 & 19 KING ST. EAST, TORONTO, 
IMPORTERS FOR THE TRADE. 

AU Orders promptly and carefully filled. 



The best house for your 
Magazine Orders. 




Factory-OLD COLLEGE BUILDINGS, 

St. Paul St., west of McGill St., MONTREAL. 



IB. O. JAMIESOIST & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



IMPORTERS OF 



ils, faints, Colors, Spirits of Cmptntmt, 

3 COEN EXCHANGE, 6 !ST. JOHN STEEET. 
MONTREAL 



WULFF & CO., 
MAUFACTURERS AGENTS, &o. 

No, 370 ST. PAUL ST. (Cor, St, Snlpice), MONTEEAL, 



-eoc- 



IMPORTERS OF 

All kinds of Aniline Dyes, Dye-Stuffs, & Chemicals; Gum Arabic, 
French, English and American Glues ; Hair Cloth ; Gold and Silver 
Leaf; Lithographers Materials ; Marbles, Slates and Slate Pencils : 
Fancy Porcelain and Dolls. 

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160 ADVERTISEMENTS. [1873. 

PIANOS & ORGANS. 

The Oldest Established House in Canada. 

WE ARE THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING 

CELEBRATED PIANOS : 



& Sous, Stetaw & 




& Sons, IJ~ %>- Hw & Bros. 

AND FOR ORGANS, 

M^SON & HAMLIN ORGAN CO., BOSTON. 
GEORGE A. PRINCE & CO., BUFFALO, N.Y. 

We also keep in Stock a large Assortment of Pianos, by other wel^-known Makers, 
which we offer at lower rates than any other House in the Dominion. 



Second-hand Pianos from Fifty Dollars upwards. 

Send for Circulars, Price List, Terms, &c., before purchasing elsewhere. 

A & S. NORDHEIMER, 

15 KING ST. EAST. TORONTO. 

COPP, CLARK & CO. 

MANUFACTURING STATIONERS, 




AND 



IE IsT O- le/.A. VIE] IR/ S, 

* 

HA VE added new Machinery to each of the above Branches 
during the past year, and feel confident, in either Department, 
their work cannot be- surpassed. 

The undoubted advantage of these separate Trades in one 
Establishment, all so frequently required in one Job, cannot be 
offered by any other House in Canada. 

17 & 19 KING STREET EAST, AND 67 & 69 COLBORNE STREET, 

T O ia O 3ST 0? O. 

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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



161 



SCOTTISH 




IMPERIAL 



COMPANY, 



CAPITAL, 1,000,000 STERLING. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT: 

Private Dwelling Houses and other non-hazardous Risks insured on the most favorable 
tertns. Special hazards of almost every description insured at very moderate rates. 



HEAD OFFICES FOR THE DOMINION. 

No. 9 ST. SACRAMENT STREET, MONTREAL. 
J. P. MACKAY, H. J. JOHNSTON, 

Inspector. Notary and General A:,tnt. 

icAArr rniunD A T ( McKENZIE & MACKAY, Aents, Han ilton. 

ISAAC C. GILMOR, Agent, Toronto, j TAY| _ OR & M|NTY| Ag( | ntSj Hami _ toRi 



CO 

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A wholesome vegetable compound, for al 

diseases ofthe Stomach and Nervous S.rs 

tern, Dyspepsia. Nausea, General Debility 

Vertigo, Languor, Loss of Appetite, or in 

ny case where a Tonic Bitters 1 1 required 

s a Beverage and Appetizer is uneqnat- 

e<i, heing free from the deleterious etfect* 

of Alopholic Drinks, for which it is an an 

tidote. No Sideboard should be without it 

sprorapt in action. Palatable to tie tost, 

And Uric ing* invigorating in its elf.-ct- 

ipon both Holy an 1 ,\Iin i. DIKBCTIOXS i 

A wine glassful as ocRsion may requirej 

Xoneijeninneexcept bearing signatureo/I 





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162 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



[1873. 



TORONTO SAFE WORKS 





J. TAYLOR, 

TORONTO, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



11 

H>J 



STEEL SAFES FOR BANKERS, 



BANK LOCKS, IRON VAULTS, VAULT DOORS 

AND ALL KINDS OF FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SECURITIES. 
MANUFACTORY AND SALE ROOK: 

No, 17 to 19 FEONT STREET EAST j 16 to 32 FEEDEEICK STEEET, 

S3T SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICE LIST. 




TORONTO SCALE FACTORY, 

TORONTO STREET, 

MANtJPACTTJRB 

ALL KINDS OF SCALES 

USED IN THE DOMINION. 



These Scales have taken EIGHTEEN PRIZES at 
the Public Provincial Exhibitions, and a DIPLOMA 
from the GOVERNOR GENBRAL. 



EVERY SCALE IS WARRANTED. 



REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 

C. WILSON, PROPRIETOR. 

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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



163 




THE BECKWITH 

$10 Sewing Machine. 

THE BECKWITH SEWING MACHINE CO, 

236 ST. JAMES STREET, MONTREAL, 

Have much pleasure in presenting to your notice THE BECKWITH $10 SEWING 

MACHINE, which is already successfully 

USED IN OVER 10,000 FAMILIES. 

With it every Garment in the Household is completely made ; also Hemming, Tucking, Gathering, Embroi 
dering, &c., are beautifully done. Hundreds of Delighted purchasers write us from all quarters 

extolling its merits. With care 

IT WILL LAST TWENTY YEARS. 

WHAT MORE CAN you ASK WHEN WE GIVE so MUCH, AND ASK so LITTLE ! 
SENT TO ANY ADDRESS, ON RECEIPT OF $10, WITH ALL ATTACHMENTS. 

It is very highly recommended by the leading United States papers and by GKO. E. DESBARATS, Esq., of the 
Canadian Illustrated News. We want active Agents for this and other articles in evepy section of the country, 
who can unquestionably make from $2,000 to $4,000 per year. 

3~ Send us P. O. Order or Registered Letter for $15.00, and we will send you a Machine and Samples of our 
other articles. If they do not prove satisfactory we will refund the money. 
Address the Managers for Canada.. 

HENRY F. LEMONT & CO., 

236 ST. JAMES STREET, MONTREAL. 




RISK FI INSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA 



HEAD OFFICE KING ST., COR. OF CHURCH, TORONTO. 
CAPITAL, $500,000, DEPOSITED WITH THE GOVERNMENT, $72,704, 



DIRECTORS 

Hon. ALEXANDER McKENZIE, M.P., PRESIDENT. 
GEORGE GREIG, Esq., VICE-PRKSIDENT. 



JOHN BIRRELL, Esq., Merchant, President Huron 
and Erie Saving Society London. 

Hon. EDWARV BLAKE, Q.C., Etc, Toronto. 

Hon. GEORGE BROWN, " Globe " Office, Toronto. 

Hon. M. C. CAMERON, M.P., Toronto. 

OILMAN CHENEY, Esq., Canadian Express Co y, 
Montreal. 

V. CRONYN, Esq., Barrister, Etc., London. 

Hon. ADAM CROOKS, M. P, P., Q.C., Toronto. 

A, GUNN, Esq., (of JOHK CARRUTHESS & Co.,) Mer 
chants, Kingston. 



J. D. IRWIN, Esq., Manager Express Office, Toronto 

JOHN MACDONALD, Esq., Merchant, Toronto, 

WM. McGIVERN, Esq., Merchant, Hamilton. 

Hon. WM. McMASTER, Senator, President Bank of 
Commerce, Etc., Toronto. 

J. HERBRET MASON, Esq., Manager Canada Per 
manent Building and Saving Society, Toronto. 

Hon. Col. SHAW, United States Consul, Toronto. 

LARRATT W. SMITH, Esq., D.C.L., Barrister, etc., 
President House Building Association Toronto. 

ROBERT WILKES, Esq., M.P., Merehant, Toronto. 



BANKERS, 
SOLICITOR, 



JOHN MAUCHAN, Jun., Manager. 

CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. 

J. K. KERR, ESQ., (of Blake, Krr& Bethune.) 

D. F. SHAW, Inspector. 



THE PUBLIC. 

Co.," having been established solely with the view of 



TO 

The "THK ISOLATED RISK FIRK INSURANCE 

insuring against loss or damage by fire, the owners of ISOLATED and NOH-HAZARDOUS properties, the Director, 
therefore respectfully direct the attantion of Insurers to the following : It will adjust all losses without delay, and 
pay over the cash AT ONCE. It being th first Stock Company to give REASONABLE RATES, and not impose on 
those whose properties are NON-HAZARDOUS, the burden of making up the losses by those whose properties ARE 
HAZARDOUS, the directors would, with every confidence, look to the public for support. 
Very Reasonable Rates given cm mfflieation at HEAD OFFICB, or at any of tfo Agenties. 

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LARGEST STOCKS, GREATEST VARIETY, BEST 
VALUES, AND LOWEST PRICES. 

WATCHMAKERS, JEWELLERS, DRUGGISTS, FANCY GOODS DEALERS, STATIONERS, HOUSE 
FURNISHERS, HARDWARE MERCHANTS, TOBACCONISTS, CABINET-MAKERS, 
GENTS -FURNISHERS, GLASS DEALERS, TOY STORES, MUSICAL : 
DEALERS AND GENERAL MERCHANTS 

Are all offered inducements in their several lines. It may indeed be said that there is no 
Merchant or Dealer in the Dominion but would find it profitable to have business connection 
with this House, 

JOBBERS AND WHOLESALE HOUSES 

Dealt with liberally, owing to direct relations with all the leading Markets of Europe and 
America. 

DOMESTIC GOODS 

Manufactured extensively under control of the house in every line for which our country 
I offers facilities. 

LEADING DEPARTMENTS: 



Watches and Jewellery, 
Watch Materials and Glasses, 
Connecticut Clocks, 
French Clocks and Bronzes, 
Looking Glasses and Plate, 
Electro-plated Ware, 
Nickelite Silver Ware, 
Sterling Silver Spoons. 



Cutlery, Table and Pocket, 
Canes and Whips, 
Pictures and Lithographs, 
Opticians Goods and Spectacles, 
Tobacconists Goods and Pipes, 
Stationery, Pens and Pencils, 
Gosnell s Brushes, Soaps & Per 
fumery, 



Glass Shades and Stands, 
Druggists Sundries, 
Lu bins Perfumery, 
Leather Goous and Albums, 
Fancy Goods, all kinds, 
Toys, German, Tin, Domestic,. 
Fancy China Ware, 
Bohemian Glass Ware. &c. 



PRINTED AT THE STEAM PRESS OF COPP, CLARK ft CO., KING STREET EAST, TORONTO.