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JANUARY. 



The lro-l)ountl Htrenin, tlio cutttoK ^f,\«. 
Till- cninrliliig miiiw, ami ilrlvliig liiill, 

AttuRt (ilil wiiiti'r'H Hwny ; 
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Epiphany. 



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Sir Charles Dagot, Oovemor-Qenoral 1842 

St. Hilary. 

2Nn Sunday after Epiphany. 

St. Anthony. 
St. Prisca. 

St Fabian. 

St. AgntAt. 

8ro Sunday ArriR Epiphany. St, Vincent. 



Cofweriion of St. Paul. 



Sbptuaobsima Sunday. 



FEBRUARY. 



And now the glittering bar invites 
Indulgence In the keen delights 

Of winter's healthful games : 
The rapid skater plies hit skill, 
The " curling list " begins to till 

With well-remembered names 



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Purification of the Virgin Mary. 

St. Blaite. 



Srxaoisima Sunday. 
Hilary Term begins. 



St. Agatha. 



Queen Victoria married 1840 

Canada ceded to Great Britain 1763 

Qoinquaoesima Sunday. Randolph Caldecott 

[died .. 1886 
St. VaUntine. 

Ath Wedneiday. First day of Lent. John B. 

[Ojughdied .. 1886 

Hilary Term ends. 
Quaoraobsima Sunoay. 
St. Mildred. 



St. Matthias. 

2mi> Sunday in Lent. 



MARCH. 



Now the Inud groaning of the northern blast 
UutiikeuH wintiir brimtliing out his last, 

Aiiil Mtriiggliug with his fate. 
The iiviidcnt iddv, the softening snow, 
Tl>e later twilight's ruddy glow. 

On Sol's bright car await. 



at. David, 
St. Chilli. 

3rd Sunday in Lent. 
St, Perpttun, 



4TII Sunday in Lent. 
St. (Ircgory. 



St. Pdtrick'g Day. 
6th Sunday in Lbnt. 
St. Joseph. 
St. Cuthbert. 
St. Benedict. 



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6th Sunday in Lent. Palm Sunday. 
Burning of Fort Carleton 



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April, the month that ever shrouds 

The face of heaven with weeping clouds ; 

These tears some tidings bring : 
Are they of grief that winter dies 7 
Or gladness taking this disguise 
To hail the dawn of si>ring ? 



Easter Sunday. 
Easter Monday. 

Si. Ambrose. 

W. E. Forster died 



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3rd Sunday aftbr Eastrr. 
St. George. 

Battle of Fish Creek 

«. Mark. 

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HOLYDAYS, REMARKABLE EVENTS, &o, 



MAY. 



Now Nature in her gayest robe is drcst. 
Ami liails the gentle breatliing of the West, 

With all her i.'liannH displayed. 
The feathered songster serenades liis mate ; 
The baclndor resolves to try his fate, 

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Ascension Day. 
Battle of Batoulie , 



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Trinity Sunday. Venerable Bede. 



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When summer, in its youthful prime, 

Slieds ho]ie on all around : 
Rich jiromise that the grateful soil 
Will well repay tlie farmer's toil, 

On every side is found. 



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St. Boniface. 



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2nd Sunday aftkr Thinity. 

'.St. Bnrnahas. 



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Celebration of Queen Victoria's Jubilee 1887 



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St. Peter. 



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JULY. 



Now the fierce radiance of the noontide ray, 
With ardent beam proclaims tke God of day, 

Ojipressive in his might. 
The panting cattle seek the grateful shade, 
The tender flowers of morning droo]) and fade, 

To bloom again at niyht. 



5th Sunday after Trinity. ' 

l^isitation of the Virgin Mary. 

Quebec founded 1608 

Declaration of American Independenee 1770 



6th Sunday after Trinity. 



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T 

W 

T 

P 

S 

s 

M 

T i Battle of Lundy's Lane 1814 

V/\St. James. Canada discovered by Cartier., 1534 

r \St Anne. 

F 

3 
M 

Pi Franz Liszt died 1836 



St. Margaret. 

Sth Sunday after Trinity. St. Mary Magdalene. 



St. Joseph of Arimathea. 
9th Sunday after Trinity. 



AUGUST. 



Now harvest calls the reaper to the field, 
The products of his former toil to yield, 

And fills his barns with food. 
Tlic faithful earth is n )t a niggard friend, 
Uut pays with ample interest what we lend, 

And proves its credit good. 



iljy 



5;s 

6. VI 

7|t 
8'W 
9T 



Samuel J. Tilden died 

IOth Sunday after Trinity. 
Transfiguration. 



St. Lawrence. 

Battle ot Lake Clmmi>lain , . . . 

llTii Sunday after Trinity. 



1886 



20 IM 



3llF 



Battle of Fort Erie. 



1814 
1S14 



12th Sunday after Trinity. 



St. Bartholomew. 

13th Sunday after Trinity. 

Trinity Term begins. 

S^ Augustine. 

Beheading oj John the Baptist. 



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iS S 


i SiSll- 


1 sImI 


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Ti 




Wi 


t 


t'o 


1 


F S 


i 


S A 


9iS 1£ 


10 


M 


11 


T 


12 


WF 


13 


TQ 


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F // 


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S 


K 


S 16 


IT 


MS( 


18 


Tl 


19 


W 


20 


T 


21 


F\St 


22 


S ' 


23 


SUT 


24 


M 


25 


T 


26 


w,s<. 


27 


Ti 


28 


F 


29 


^ St 


30ls IS- 



VMlSt. 


21 r 




3W 




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6 F 




6.S 


St. 


TiS 


19t 


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•',T 


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10|\V 




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12, p 


St. 


13:S 


Bat 


n!s 


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16IM 




16!T 




17 jW 


St. 


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St. 


19iF 




20s 




21 R 


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22, M 




23't 


r.oi 


24. W 




25 r 


St. 


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1888.] 



MONTHLY REGISTER. 



St. Swithin. 



St. Mary Magdalene. 



HOLYDAYS, REMARKABLE EVENTS, &o. 



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SEPTEMBER. 



lis 

£S 



OCTOBER. 



This is the month wlicn Canada displays 
A beauty unexampled, to the gaze 

Of all who beauty prize. 
The forest now assumes a gorgeous dress, 
Composed of every forms of loveliness, 

And steeped in ricthest dyes. 



IM 

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3W 
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21 jS 
22M 
23 't 

24 iW 

25 r 
2li:F 
27;S 
2818 
29' M 
30! T 
31' W 



St. Remigius. 



St. Faith. 

19th Sunday after Trinity, 

S'. Denys. 

[149-2 
St. Wilfrid. Columbus discovered America .. 
Battle of Qucciiston Ileiglits. Gen. Bicck killoil 
20T1I Sunday akteii Trinity. [1812 



St. Etheldreda. 
St. Luke. 



2l8T Sunday after Trinity. 

Lord Lansdowne, Governor-General 1SS3 

St. Crispin. 

[St. Jude. 
22nd Sunday after Trinity. St. SimoJi and 



Pomona now prefers iur welcome suit. 
And brings her otlenng of luscious fruit. 

To magnify our debt ; 
The rosy ai)iile bends the yielding twig ; 
The downy peuch, the apricot, and fig, 

In tempting order set. 

St. Giles. Long vacation ends. 
14th Sunday ajter Trinity. 



Coininencenient of Jewish Year 5649 

St. Enurchus. 

Nativity of the Virgin Mary. Trinity Term ends. 

15th Sunday after Trinity. 



Frontenac, Governor of Canada 1672 

Quebec talteu by British. Gen. Wolfe killed 1759 
Holy Cross. ^ 

16th Sunday after Trinity. St. Mirian. 

St. Lambert. First U. C. Parl't at Niagara. i792 



St. Matthew. 

17th Sunday after Trinity. 

St. Cyprian. 



St. Michael. 

ISth Sunday after Trinity. St. Jerome. 



NOVEMBER. 



Now a rude trumpet sounils upon the ear, 
And boldly sjicalts of winter ciiiiiing near 

With all his bitter sturnis; 
The vanguard of his army is at hand. 
And uotliing can re-strain the ardent band 

Tliat witli his banner forms ! 



IT 


All Saint's Day. 


2F 


AllSmils. Insurrection in Lower Canada.. 1838 


3S 


St. U'innipede. 


4'S 


23rd Sunday after Trinity, 


6M 




6|T 


St. Leonard. 


7 W 




8T 







F 
S 


Prince of Wales born 1841 


10 




U 


s 


24th Sunday after Trinity. St. Martin. 


12 


M 




13 


T 




14'W 




15'T 


St. Machutus. 


16 F 




17 S 


St. Hugh. [died .. 1886 


18 S 


25th Sunday afteh Trinity. President Arthur 


19 


M 


Michaelmas Term begins. 


20 


T 


St. Edmund. 


?1 


W 
T 


nh.irb's Fr.incis Ad.ims died 1886 


22 


St. Cecilia. 


23 


F 


St. Clement. 


24 


S 




25 


s 


26th Sunday after Trinity. St. Catherine. 


26 U 




27 


T 




28 


W 




29 


T 




30 


F 


St. Andrew. 



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DECEMBER. 



Now pile the hearth, and let the ruddy light, 
To thoughts of joy and merriment invite. 

For Christmas time is near. 
Let every breast with warmer feelings fill, 
To meet the coldness of the icy chill 

That marks the dying year. 



S ilsT Sunday in Advent. 
M! 

r ■ 

Wi 

r :St. Nicholas. Rebellion in Canada 1837 

P I W. II. Vanderbilt died 1886 

S Conception of the Virgin Mary. Michaelmas 
3 i2ND Sunday in Advent. [Term ends. 

Ml 

w| 

r St. Lucu. 

V Treaty of Client 1S14 



S 3rd Sunda\ in Advent. 

M; 

T 

W Fort Niagara captured 1813 

r 

F 'St. Thomas. Shortest day. 

s : 

SUth Sunday in Advent. 

.VI 

T Christma,i Day. 

W St. Stephen. 

r St. John Evangelist. 

F llnnocent's Day. M. Grevy 

S i Steamer Caroline burnt at Navy Island 

S il8T Sunday after Christmas. 

Mj St. Silvester. 



fnf France .. 1885 
re-elected President 
1837 



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ASTEONOMICAL CALCUIjATIONS 

MADE EXPnES3LY FOR THIS PUBLICATION AT THE MAONETIC OBSERVATOKY IN TORONTO 

FOR THE YEAR 1888. 



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Chronological Cyoles. 



Golden Number 8 

Bpact 17 

BoUir Cycle 21 



Dominical Letters AG. 

Roman Indiction i 

Julian Period 0661 



The year 5649 of the .Tewiah Er.a begins Sept. 6 1888 

The year 1306 of tlio Jlahometan Era begins on 
September 7 1888 



EpocliB. 



Tlie 52nd of Queen Victoria's Reign begins June 20, ISSS 
The 22nd of the Dominion of Canada begins July 1, 1888 
The 113th of the Indep. of the U. S. begins July 4, 1S88 



Fixed and Movable Festivals and Anniversaries. 



Ash Wednesday Feb. 15 

St. David March 1 

St. Patrick March 17 

Lady Day March 25 

Easter Sunday April 1 

St. George April 23 

Holy Thursday May 10 

Whitsunday May 20 



Birth of Queen Victoria May 

Midsummer Day June 

Dominion Day July 

Michaelmas Day Seiit. 

Birth of Prmce of Wales Nov, 

St. Andrew Nov. 

Christmas Day Deo. 



24 

24 
1 

29 
9 

30 



Explanation of the Articles in the Calendar. 

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

Moo.t'a Phasks. — This Table gires the times (atandard 75th meridian) when the Moon paaies the geocentric loog* 
tndee of 0°, 90°, 180°,and 'i70° east of the sua. It gives also the times of her greatest and least distance from the earth, 

XwiLiaaT.— In thti Table are given the standard times at which twilight begins in *he morning and ends in the 
eTenlng, i, «., the times when the Sun's centre is 18? below the horiion.* 

NoTB. — Standard times are given in all columns headed Toronto or Quebec. In calculating, the mean time at thera 
places has been taken at Toronto as l?m. 348. slower, and at Quebec as 14m. faster than standard. 

Obe.^test Elo.sqatiox of thb Pole 3t.\r. — This column gives the greatest aximuth of the Pole Star east or west 
from the meridian as observed at a plaoe in I.ttitude 45^. When the greatest elongation corresponding to any other 
latitude is required, the numbet given in the column should be corrected by means of the following Table. 



Latitude 



1st Oorrection for Degrees 

2nd Correction for each minute 
of latitude 



42° 


43« 


44° 


-5' 18" 


—3' 37" 


— 1'61" 


+ 1".7 


+ 1".8 


+ 1".9 



45° 



46° 



VOO"! +1'5T" 
+ 2".oi + 2".l 



47° 


48° 


49° 


+ 4'1" 


+ 6' 12" 


+ 8' 30" 


+ 2".2 


+ 2". 3 


+ 2". 4 



60' 

+10' 55" 

+ 2". 6 



The let oorrection for the degrees of latitude is to be subtracted from the greatest elongation given in the calendar 
•r added to it, according as the degrees of latitude are less or greater than 45°. 

The 2ad correction, which is always additive, is found by multiplying the number given in the third line of tht 
Table by the number of minutes in the latitude. 

Thus for latitude 43° 20'...lBt correction — — 3' 37" 2nd correction + 1 , 8 X 20 — + 0' 36" 

" « 47°40'... " " — + 4' I" « « +2.2 X 40 = -f 1'28" 

" " 45''10'... " " — 0' 0" " « +2.0 X 10— + 0' 20" 

The Planets. — The local mean times of rising and setting of the five chief planets are calculated for Toronto, and 
are corrected for refraction. The times of culmination, although computed for the meridian of Toionto, will aem 
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°. 

The times of the Sun's Rising and Sh.ttino* are given for the upper limb, and are corrected for refraction for 
Toronto and Quebec, 

The standard times both for the rising and setting of the Moon's centre are given for every day for Toronto ,ind 
Quebec. 

The column, Sun on Meridian, gives the time that a watch keeping local mean time should show wlien the 
shadow of a sun dial is on the noon mark. 

Moon's AoB.— This column shows to the nearest tenth of a day the Moon's age at Toronto mean noon. 

The column, Upper Transit oi" Pole Star, shows for every day the mean time at which the Pole Star makes 
its upper transit across the meridian of longitude 4h. 46m. W. It passes the meridian in the morning from April 
10 to October 9. It passes the meridian twice on October 10 : and in the afternoon during the rest of the year. 

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

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

* Although these times are calculated for Toronto and Quebec only, the standard times at other places diltVring 
not much in latitude from one of these places may be obtained with sufficient accuracy for ordinary purposes, by 
adding four minutes for every degree west of Toronto or Quebec, and subtracting four minutes for every degree 
east of Toronto or Quebec. 

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th sufficient accuracy 



the mean time at tliera 

d. 

>ole Star east or west 

ponding to any other 

ring Table. 


o 


49° 


60' 


12" 


+ 8' 30" 


+10' 55" 


!".3 


+ 2". 4 


+ 2". 6 



I given in the calendar 



the third line of tlie 



!cted for refraction for 



1888.] 



THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 



From the time of the upper transit of the Pole Star may be found the time of its greatest western or eastern 
elouKiition, by adding or subtracting the constants given in the annexed Table. 



Utitoie I 42' ! 43 i 

!h m s h m s 'h 

ConsUnt ,5 64 24 5 54 14 5 

Ditl'TcMce for 10' of latitude. ; —1.6 — l-T, 



44° 1 4.5' 1 


46' ! 47' 1 48° 1 49° 1 50* 


m s h in M h 


m « h in 8 h III 8 h III 8 h m B 


54 4 6 63 63 5 


53 42 5 53 31 5 53 19 6 53 7 6 52 54 


—1.8 -1.8 


—1.9 — 2.0 1 —2.0 —2.1 



Star Table. 

From the times of the upper transit of the PuIh Star may be derived, with the aid of the following Table, the timea o\' 
enlmiaation, and of the rising and setting of the principal fixed itari, as seen from the parallel of 45° north latltnd*. 

To ascertain when any star found in the following Table will be on the meridian, add the number in the left-harnd 
column of flgnres to the preceding meridian transit of the pole star given in the calendar. To find the time of r'sing 
ofa star, tublract the number opposite to it in the right-hand column of figures from the time of its meridian 'passage. 
For the setting ofa star, add the Sime number to the time of its meridian passage. Those stars marked (• - • •) revolve 
in a circle of perpetual apparition, and do not rise or set at places in and to the north of latitude 45°. 



Naui or Star. 



a Andromedee 

y Pegasi (Algenib) . 



On 
Meridi'D 



h 
22 



m 
4t 



1 22 46 
13 
16 
31 



23 




Cassiopeiae ] 28 

3 Ceti 

)3 Arietis 

a Arietis 

a Ceti 

a Persei 

a Tauri (Aldebaran) 

a Aurigse (Capella) 

ij Orionis (Rigel) 

(3 Tauri 

i Orionis 

Orionis 

Columbte. 

Orionis . . . '. 

Canis Majoris (Sirius) . . . 

Oanis Majoris 

a'Geminorum (Castor) ..... 
a Canis Minoris (Procyon) . 

] Gerainorutn (Pollux) 

a Hydrse 

a Leonis (Regulus) 

/ Leonis 



43 



1 


38 


1 


58 


3 


11 


8 


50 


3 


51 


4 


1 


4 


8 


4 


12 


4 


17 


4 


31 


5 


22 


5 


36 


6 


9 


6 


15 


6 


20 


8 


3 


8 


43 


8 


55 



Rises 
and Sets 



h m 

8 10 
6 59 



Name of Stab. 



40 
25 
39 
13 



7 7 

5 26 

8 10 
5 57 

5 54 
8 9 

6 29 

4 50 
8 46 
8 34 
6 21 
8 9 

5 20 

6 50 

7 26 



a Urste Majoris 

fj Leonis 

/3 Corvi 

a Virginis (Spica) 

t] Ursse Majoris 

a Bootis (Arcturus) 

3 Urste Minoris 

/3 Librae 

a Coronaj Borealis 

a Serpentis 

/3' Scorpii 

a Scorpii ( Antares) 

a Herculis 

j3 Draconis 

y Draconis 

a LyriE (Vega) 

a Aquilffi (Altair) 

a Cygni 

a Cephei 

j3 Aquarii 

a Aquarii ■ 

a Piscis Aust. (Fomalhaut) . . . 
a Pegasi 



On I Rises 
Meridi'n and Seta 



h m 
9 38 

10 24 

11 9 

12 O' 
12 23; 

12 61 1 

13 81| 
18 611 

14 10| 
14 19 



m 

2. 

20 
16 



1 28 



28 
2 



6 26 



14 39 


4 86 


15 2 


4 2 


15 49 


A 69 


16 8 


• • • • 


16 84 


• • • ■ 


17 13 


9 31 


18 25 


6 88 


19 17 


11 88 



19 56| 

20 5: 

20 39' 

21 30 
21 381 



84 
55 
36 





Table 

Showing the Illuminated Pnrtions o/ the Dita of Venti* and Mart. 



1888. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


1888. 


Venus. 


Mart. 


January ... 15. 
February .. 14. 

March 16. 

April 16. 

May 16. 

June 16. 


0.t93 
0.787 
0.860 
0.920 
0.964 
0.992 


0.904 
0.923 
0.970 
0.999 
0.960 
0.893 


July 16. 

August 16. 

September 15. 

October 16. 

November.. 16. 
December .. 16. 


1.000 
0.986 
0.952 
0.904 
0.841 
0.766 


0.868 
0.864 
0.874 
0.890 
0.909 
0.928 



Eclipses. 

In the year 1888 there will be three Eclipses of the Sun, and two of the Moon. 

I— A Total Eclipse of the Moon, January 28, 18SS. Standard 75tli meridian :— 

/i. m. 

First Contact with Shadow 4 30'5 p.m. 

Beginning of Total Phase 5 31-1 ■" 

Middle of the Eclipse ti 20-1 " 

End of Total Pha.se 7 9-1 " 

Last Contact with the Shadow 8 9'7 " 

Last Contact with tlie Penumbra 9 11 '2 " 

Magnitude of the Eclipse (Moon's diameter = 1), 1'643. The first contact with tlie shadow occurs at 93" from 
the Xorthemmost point of the Moon's limb towards the East. Tlie last contact at 74° towards the West ; in each 
case, for direct image. 

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THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 



If.— A Partial Ecllimo of the Sun, Fubrnary U, 1888. IhvIhIIiIo In Canada. 

III.— A I'lirtial EiilipHc of the Sun, July 8, 1888. InvlHililu In Canada. 

IV.— A Total Eclii)»o of the Moon, July TZ-tA, 1888. Standard 75th meridian :— 

h. m. 

First Conta('t with the Peniinibrn, July 22 i) 50-9 p.m. 

First (.'ontact with the Shadow, " 10 55-0 " 

Hi>;iMMiMK of Total I'hase, " u 54-0 " 

Middle of ihe K('li;isi', July 23 12 44'8 a.m. 

Kiiil of Total Phase, " 1 35-0 " 

f.ast Contact witli the Shrt<low, '• 2 SfO " 

Last Contact with iho Penumlira, " 3 327 " 

Magnitude of the Eelipso (Moon's diameter = 1), 1-816. The llrst eontaet with the shadow ooeurs .it 
the Northernmost jioint of the Moon's limb towards the East. The last contact at 82' towards the West 
c;i8e, for direct image. 
v.— A Partial Ecliiise of the Sun, August 7, 1888. Invisible in Canada. 



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TABLE SHOWING THE AVERAGE!? OF CERTAIN METEOROLOGICAL QUANTITIES. 

[ From obaefTattoDs at the Toronto ObBerTatory.j 






if 



January ..,., 
February .... 

March 

April 

Biay 

Jnne , 

July 

August 

September... 

October , 

November ... 
December ... 

Average 



in. 

29.6636 
.6855 
.6007 
.5887 
.6767 
.5679 
.5859 
.6194 
.6647 
.6508 
.6190 
.6491 

29.6176 



ill 



1 6" 



'-IS 



I a, 



22.43 X. 

22.581N. 

28. 85 In. 

40.83 N. 

52.00'N. 

61.92 

«7.57 

66.36 

58.52 

J6.89 

36.01 

•25.84 



44.11 



80 W. 
62 W. 

62 W. 
24 W. 
18 W. 
65 W. 
79 W. 

63 W. 
55 W. 
69 W. 
StW. 
76 \V. 



N.62 W. 



♦,.= I = " *>! o fe s: Ill's i S 2 1.5^ 




9.62 27.732 



4.7 
4.4 

6.6 

9.7 

12.2 

11.9 

11.1 

10.9 

11.7 

12.8 

9.8 

6.0 



in. 
16.74 
17.17 
13.46 
2.31 
0.14 



0.78 

4.64 

14.78 



111.7 



).9l2 



14.3 

12.6 

10.7 

3.8 

0.5 



1.9 

7.7 

14.2 

65.6 



' o 

a a 

si 



in. 

2.788 

2.618 

2.873 

2.432 

3.111 

2.834 

3.149 

2.842 

3.414 

2-. 406 

3.182 

3.017 



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I "2 is 






11.3 
12.3 
13.6 
16.2 
17.8 
18.1 
19.9 
20.1 
18.3 
16.3 
12.6 
11.1 



34.724 187.6 , 0.61 



Magnetic Observatory, Toronto. 

Latitude, 43°.39'.4 North. Longitude, 79°.23'.32 West, or 5 hours, 17 minutes, 34.6 seconds slow of Greenwich Time. 
Elevation above Lake Ontario, 108 feet. Approximate Elevation above the Sea, 350 feet. 



THE YEAR 



The length of the year is strictly expressed by the space 
of time re(iuired for the revolution of the earthround tne 
sun — namely, 305 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes, t^secontls, 
and 7 tenths of a secoml, for to such a nicety has this time 
been ascertained. But for convenience in recltoning, it 
has been found necess.ary to make the year lerminate with 
a diiy insteail o*" a fraction of one, lumping the fractions 
togetlier so .as to make up a day among tliemselves. 
About forty-five years before Ciirist, Julius Oiusar, Isaving, 
by the help of Sosigenes, an Alex.indi'ian philosopher, 
came to a tolerably clear understanding of the length of 
the year, decreed tliat every foui-tli year should hi; held 
to consist of 360 days, for tlie i)urpose of al)sorbiiig the 
odd hours. Tlie .arrangement he dii'tated was a rattier 
clumsy one. A d.ay in Kel)niary, the sixtli before the 
calends qf Marcli {se.ttilis), was to be repeated in that 
fourth year ; and each fourtti ye.ir was tlius to be hissex- 
tile. It was as if wc were to reckon the '23rd of Fel)ruary 
twice over. Seeing tliat, in reality, a day every fourth 
year is too nmcli by 11 minutes, 10 seconds, and 3 tentlis 
of a second, it inevitalily followed that the beginning of 
the year moved onward ahead of the point at wliich it w.as 
In the days jf Ciesar ; in other words, the natural time 
fell behind the reckoning. From the time of the Council 
of Nice, in o25, when the vernal equinox fell correctly on 
the 2l8tof March, Pope Gregory found in 1582 that there 
had been an over-reckoning to the extent of ten days, and 



now tlie vernal eipiinox fell on the llth of Marcli. T) 
correct the past error, he decreed that the5thof Octilir 
that year sliould be reckoned as the 15tli, and, to k.vp 
the year riglit in future, the overplus beiu'; 18 liours. :J7 
minutes and 10 seconds in a century, he ordered flut 
every centurial year that could not l)e divi<led liy 1 (IT'iO, 
1800, 1000. 2100, 'i'iOO, &c.) .should not be bissextile, ;i- it 
otlierwise would be ; thus, in stiort, dropping the extra 
day tlireo times every four liundred years. Tlie Givnoriau 
style, as it was called, re.ailily obtained swav in Cath'li'', 
but not in Protestant countries. It was not ado|iteil in 
IJritain till the year 1752, by which time the diserH|i;iii -y 
between the Julian and Gregorian periods amouute.l to 
ch'Vini diiys. An Act of Parliaiueut was passed, dietatia^ 
that the 3rd of September that year should be recki.n. 1 
the 14th, and that three of every four of the ceiituri il 
years should, as in Pope Gregory's arrangement, not 1") 
bissextile or leap years. It has consoipiently arisen— ISnO 
not having been a leaii-year— that the now and oM stj I'M 
nowdilfer l)y iiyi^i'fdays, our first of January being eqii- 
v.alentto the 13th old style. In Russia, alone, of all Cluls- 
tlan countries, is the old style retained ; wherefore it 
becomes necessary for one writing in that country to my 

I2tb 
foreign correspondent, to set down his date thus : ^^ 

, Itlh 9«pt«ral»r , tSth DMtaber. U80. 

March, or -, .,.„...,,.. ; or, it may be. 



7th October 



«th Jtaatj, ini. 



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[1SS8 mStcond Winter Mofith.^ JANUARY, 1888. 



low occurs at 9.V fruiii 
irils the WfHt ; in . arh 



lL QUANTITIES. 



•o . 


1 
i 


Average No. 
of Fair Daye. 


1, 

lit 








in. 






2.788 11.3 


0.: 


2.618 12.3 




2.873 13.6 


.6 


2.432 


16.2 


.(> 


3.111 


17.8 


.') 


2.834 


18.1 


.5 


3.149 


19.9 


.5 


2.842 


20.1 


.5 


8.414 


18.3 


,') 


2-.406J 16.3 


,') 


3.182; 12.6 


. i 


3.017, 11.1 .^ 


34,724 


187.6 


0,61 



)W ofOreenwicliTime. 
350 feet. 



3 11th of Mdrch. To 
hat tho5thof OctnlLT 
le 15th, and, to k^p 
us bi!in;; 18 liours, 37 
tury, ho ordered tint 
he divided by 1(1700, 
110^ be bissextile, :i< it 
dropping the extra 
years. The Orenoriau 
ned sway in Catlmlie, 
t was not adopted in 
time the diserep:iii''y 
periods amounted to 
\v;is jiassed, dietntin,' 
r shoulil be reeltoned 
'our of the ceniuri.il 
iirrangemont, not Vio 
'ipiently arisen— ISOO 
le new and old style< 
f .January being ei|".i- 
lia, alone, of all Cliris- 
'tained ; wherefore it 
n that country to :iny 

his date thus : ^^ 

iSlh I>«ceab«r. MM. 



«th JmutJ, ini- 



9 



MOONi) PUA8U. 



i 



JlUst Quailer 6 

||New Moon ! 18 

I Fir3t Quarter 20 

n full Moon I 28 

|( Perigee 8 

(Apogee I 20 



Kastkkn 
standahd 

TIMK. 


1 


k n 
6 48aui 
8 39 am 
n 49 pro 
fJ 19 pm 

8 00 am 
8 00 pm 


1 

11 i 
21 



Twilight btgint or f.ndt. : Sbmidiau. 



Pole Star. 



Toronto. \ wdibcc. 



A.U. 



Kna. 

P.M. 



Beg.; 
A.M. 



Knd. 
p X. 



Sun. 



h m h m h mh m\ ' '' 
08 6 36 6 41 6 58 16 18 



Moon. 



Oreateat 
Polar Monga- 
Dittanoe. tlon. 
\M. 45° 



/ /# o / // o / // 
15 44 1 17 06 1 49 08 



6 08 6 44 6 40 6 08 16 18 16 02 1 17 06!l 49 02 
6 06 6 55 5 36 6 19 16 17 14 49 1 17 05 1 49 02 



The Planets. 



Namk of 

PlASET. 



Ifeoua 
IHirs.. 

Ilopitei 
L^turn. 
IHriDus 



JANUARY 1st. 



Riiei. 



h m 
3 68 a 
019a 
413 a 
6 22/) 
48 a 



On 
Merid, 



h m 

8 66 a 
6 09o 

9 00u 
I 48 a 
6 22 a 



Sets. 

h m 
153/. 
001; 
1 47; 
9 09 c- 
1156</ 



Mer. 

Zen. 

ai8t. 



JANUARY llTH. 



Riaeii. 



60.3 
46.6 
62.4 
24.2 
49.8 



h m 
418a 
11 69; 
3 43 u 
6 38;) 
09 a 



On 
.Merld. 



h m 
9 04 6 

5 45<' 
8 28e- 
106« 

6 45 a 



SetB. 



h m 

1 50; 
1130 a 

1 13/. 

8 28 a 
11 i6a 



Mer. 

Zen. 
di8t. 



o 
62.9 

48.4 

62.9 

24.0 

49.8 



JANUARY 2l8T. 



Rises. 



h m 
4 36<- 

11 89/. 
312<> 
4 55/) 

1127;. 



On 
Merld. 



Sets. 



Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 



h m h m 

9 14 a 162/) 6'4.7 

6 21 0.11 00 a 50.8 

7 56 a 39/» 63.2 
23 a; 7 46 a 23.8 
5 04«|10 37a 49.8 



NoTi.— In the above Table a Hignlfles ah. and p p.m. 




I8UNDT 
J 2 Monday . 
I! Tuesday. 
llWednes... 
SIhursd'y 
Itfridfty ... 
" Saturday 
llSUNDT 
!!• Monday 
'( Tuesday 
! ffednes... 
f Thur.«J'y 
■ Friday., 
lit Saturday 
ISlSUND'Y 
linionday 
lli Tuesday . 
IfiVeiines... 
iThursd'y 
1 Friday .. 
C Saturday 
tSU.NDT 
f Monday . 
I* Tuesday 
f Wednes . 
"Thursil'j 
'Friday .. 
I^^aturda) 
MCNDT 
f jMond.ay . I 
'iTuesday. I 



1 

o 




TORONTO. 






UUKBEC. 










CANADA. 




SnN. 


Moon. 


Son. 


Moon. 


Sun's 
Deolina- 




«0D 

on 


a's 

Age 


Upper 
















Transit of 


1 


Rises 
A m 


Sets. 
h m 


Rises. 


Sets. 
h m 


Rises. 
h m 


Sets. 
h m 


Rises 


Sets. 
A m 




tion. 


Meridian. 


Noon. 
days 


Pole Star. 


h m 


A m 





/ // 


A 


m s 


Am* 


1 


7 62 


4 52 


7 36 


9 29 


7 32 


4 08 


6 54 


9 06 


S23 00 54 


12 


03 45 


17.9 


6 33 54 


2 


7 5:^ 


4 58 


8 3e 


10 07 


7 82 


4 09 


7 68 


9 41 


22 


55 43 


12 04 18 


18. P 


6 29 67 


3 


7 62 


4 54 


9 4t 


10 47 


7 32 


4 10 


9 10 


10 19 


22 


50 04 


12 


04 41 


19.9 


6 26 00 


4 


7 62 


4 55 


10 6f' 


11 21 


7 32 


4 11 


10 24 


10 51 


22 


44 00 


12 


05 09 


20.9 


6 22 03 


6 


7 52 


4 56 


a.m. 


11 62 


7 31 


4 12 


11 86 


11 20 


22 


37 27 


12 


05 8t 


21.9 


6 18 06 


6 


7 62 


4 57 


Ob 


pm22 


7 31 


4 13 


a m. 


11 48 


22 


30 29 


12 


06 02 


22.9 


6 14 09 


7 


7 51 


4 68 


1 \h 


53 


7 31 


4 14 


48 


pml8 


22 


23 02 


12 


06 29 


23.9 


6 10 12 


8 


7 51 


4 59 


2 31 


1 28 


7 31 


4 16 


2 02 


51 


22 


15 10 


12 


C6 64 


24.9 


6 06 16 


9 


7 61 


5 01 


3 42 


2 07 


7 30 


4 16 


3 16 


1 28 


22 


06 61 


12 07 19 


25. 9 


02 19 


10 


7 61 


5 02 


4 53 


2 50 


7 30 


4 18 


4 28 


2 08 


21 


57 06 


12 


07 44 


26.9 


6 68 22 


11 


7 6(' 


5 03 


6 0) 


3 41 


7 30 


4 19 


5 37 


2 59 


21 


48 50 


12 


08 Of- 


27.9 


5 54 25 


12 


7 60 


6 04 


7 04 


4 39 


7 294 20 


6 41 


3 66 


21 


39 21 


12 


08 32 


28. 9 


5 60 18 


13 


7 6t' 


6 05 


7 66 


5 30 


7 2^- 


4 21 


7 33 


4 56 


21 


29 20 


12 


08 66 


0.3 


5 46 31 


14 


7 4^ 


5 06 


8 41 


6 41 


7 2J- 


4 22 


8 17 


6 00 


21 


18 64 


12 


09 17 


1.3 


6 42 34 


15 


7 A\- 


5 07 


9 2(' 


7 46 


7 27 


4 24 


8 54 


7 06 


21 


08 04 


12 


09 39 


2.3 


6 38 37 


16 


7 48 


5 08 


9 54 


8 49 


7 27 


4 25 


9 26 


8 11 


20 


56 49 


(2 


09 6P 


3.3 


5 34 40 


17 


7 48 6 09 


10 24 


9 60 


7 2f 


4 20 


9 54 


9 14 


20 


45 10 


12 


10 20 


4.3 


5 30 44 


18 


7 47 5 10 


10 4P 


10 60 


7 2ti 


4 27 


10 17 


10 16 


20 


33 OP 


12 


10 39 


5.8 


6 26 47 


19 


7 466 12 


U 15 


11 51 


7 20 


4 28 


10 42 


11 19 


20 


20 43 


12 


10 58 


6.3 


5 22 50 


20 


7 46 5 13 


11 40 


a.m. 


7 24 


4 30 


11 06 


a.m. 


20 


07 66 


12 


11 16 


7.3 


5 18 53 


21 


7 46 5 14 


pm06 


60 


7 23 


4 31 


11 29 


20 


19 


54 44 


12 


11 33 


8.3 


6 14 56 


22 


7 44 5 16 


33 


1 47 


7 22 


4 33 


11 55 


1 IP 


19 


41 11 


12 


11 50 


9.3 


5 10 59 


23 


7 44 6 17 


1 06 


2 46 


7 21 


4 34 


pm26 


2 20 


19 


27 16 


12 


12 05 


10.3 


6 07 02 


24 


7 43 5 18 


1 44 


3 46 


7 20 


4 36 


1 02 


3 21 


19 


12 68 


12 


12 20 


11.3 


5 03 05 


25 


7 42 6 19 


2 26 


4 43 


7 10 


4 37 


1 42 


4 20 


18 


58 21 


12 


12 34 


12.3 


4 69 08 


26 


7 415 21 


3 14 


6 41 


7 \h 


4 38 


2 81 


5 18 


18 


43 22 


12 


12 47 


13.3 


4 55 12 


27 


7 40 6 22 


4 12 


6 35 


7 17 


4 40 


3 29 


6 12 


18 


28 04 


12 


13 00 


14.3 


4 51 15 


28 


7 39 5 23 


5 16 


7 23 


7 16 


4 41 


4 34 


7 00 


18 


12 25 


12 


13 11 


15.3 


4 47 18 


29 


7 38 5 26 


6 26 


8 06 


7 16 


4 43 


6 45 


7 41 


17 


56 26 


12 


13 22 


16.3 


4 43 21 


30 


7 37 5 26 


7 34 


8 46 


7 14 


4 46 


6 66 


8 20 


17 


40 08 


12 


13 32 


17.3 


4 39 24 


31 


7 36 


5 27 


8 47 


9 21 


7 13 


4 47 


8 11 


8 52 


17 


23 33 


12 


13 41 


18.3 


4 35 27 



*♦ 



M-' 



^.. ' 






■■ ■ A.; ■ 



19] 



V 



^ *: 



10 



FEBRUARY, 1888. [Third Winter Mont/i 



Moo.x'8 Phasu. 



<9 Last Quarter.. 
% New Moon .... 
O First Quarter . 
O Full Moon....i 

C Perigee 

(C Apogee 

<£ Perigoe 



a 



( 

11 
19 
27 
1 
17 
29 



Rastern 




Standard 




TlMI. 


■ 


k m 


2 26 po. 


A 


6 58 pm 


B 


8 69pnj 
6 68 aa 






Midnighi 


1 


6 00 pm 


11 


11 OOatii 


21 



Tufilight b*gint or tndt. 



Toronto. 



Beg. 

AX. 



h m 
6 67 
5 46 



Bad. 

P.M. 



QOIBIO. 



AM. 



k m h 
7 07 6 
7 191,5 



6 38J 81i6 00 



Knd. 

H.M. 



h m 
6 33 

6 46 

7 00 



Bemidiam. 



Bon. 



// 



Moon. 



PoiE Stai. 



I> 1 "'••'* 

Polar KloDi 

Dlitanee. I tloD 

I Ut.'l 



/ // 



// / /; 



16 16116 14il 17 Otil 49 
16 1416 22,1 17 07 I 4<) 
16 12|16 081 17 091 49 



The Planeti. 



Name op 


rSBRUART IBT. 


FBBRCART llTB. 


riBRUARY 21aT. 


Planet. 


(UlM. 


On 
Merid. 


SiU. 


Mer. 

Zen. 
dlst. 

66° 2 
61. (t 
tl3.6 
23.6 
49.8 


RIaes. 


On 
Merld. 


Beti. 

A m 
2 14; 
9 53« 
1126 a 
6 19 a 
9 14 a 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dUt. 

t°6.2 
61.9 
68.7 
28.3 
49.7 


RiMI. 


On 
Meiid. 

A m 
9 62« 
3 60o 
610a 
\0 07p 
3 00 a 


Mei 
Seti. 7.«g 


Venus 

Mara 


h m 
4 62 a 

11 I6p 
2 37 a 
iOlp 

I0 46p 


h m 
9 27 a 
4 62 a 
719a 
n31;> 
4 20 a 


h m 
202 p 
I026o 
001;* 
7 00 a 
9 64 a 


A m 
6 05 a 

10 49f 
2 03 a 
82ip 

lOOSp 


h m 
9 40 a 
4 22 a 
6 46 a 
10 49;? 
8 40 a 


A m 
612a 
10 18;. 
130 a 
2 40p 
9 22p 


A m 

2 82;)tiJ. 

9 \Hu 68. 

10 50a 03. 

5 37 (1 ''3 


Jupiter 

Saturn 


Uranus 


8 34 a 49. 



Note.— In the above Table a signifles a.m. and p p m 



1 


Day of 
Week. 


"5 




TORONTO. 






QUEBKO. 


1 




CANADA 


• 






Son. Moon. 


Sun. Moon. 


Sun's 




Sun 


?'« 


Uppe^ 


>, 


^ 










1 




Dei li na- 




on 


A Re 


Trannit o 


a 




& 


RiseR 
A n. 


Seta. Rises. 
m h rn 


Sets. 
A m 


Rises 
A m 


Sets. Rises. 
A m A m 


Sets. 
A m 


tion. 


Meridian. 


Noon 
days 


Pole StM 






/ // 


A 


m 1 


h m 


1 


WeJaes. . 


32 


7 36 


5 29 9 6!' 


9 56 


7 11 


4 49 9 26 


9 24 


S17 06 37 


12 


13 49 


19.3 


4 31 I 


21 


Thurad'y 


33 


7 34 


5 3011 11 


10 26 7 10 


4 60 10 4( 


9 52 


16 49 24 


12 


13 57 


20. 3 


4 Ti 


81 


Friday... 


34 


7 33 


6 31 a.m. 


10 67 


7 09 


1 62 


11 68 


10 21 


16 31 54 


12 


14 04 


21.3 


4 23 


4 


Saturday 


36 


7 3-i 


5 33 2i 


11 31 


7 07 


t 63 


a.m. 


10 53 


16 14 06 


12 


14 09 


22.3 


4 19' 


6 


SUND'Y 


36 


7 31 


5 34 1 34 


pro 07 


7 06 


1 64 


1 Oi- 


11 27 


15 56 01 


12 


14 16 


23.3 


4 15' 


6 


.Monday . 


37 


7 30 


5 36 2 43 


48 


7 05 


4 56 


2 19 


pm06 


15 37 40 


12 


14 18 


24.3 


4 11 


7 


Tuesday. 


38 


7 2i) 


5 37 3 6» 


1 35 


7 03 


1 68 


3 27 


62 


16 19-03 


12 


14 22 


26. 3 


4 07 


8 


Wednes. . 


39 


7 27 


5 38 4 52 


2 27 


7 02 


5 00 


4 2(' 


1 44 


15 00 10 


12 


14 25 


26. ?• 


4 03 


9 


Thursd'y 


40 


7 26 


6 40 6 4B 


3 26 


7 00 


1 01 


6 2r- 


2 42 


14 41 02 


12 


14 27 


27.3 


3 59 


10 


Friday... 


41 


7 24 


5 41! 6 36 


4 27 


6 69 


6 02 


6 12 


3 45 


14 21 39 


12 


14 28 


28.3 


3 56 ( 


n 


Saturday 


42 


7 23 


5 43; 7 17 


5 30 


6 57 


6 03 


6 62 


4 50 


14 02 01 


12 


14 29 


29.3 


3 52 ( 


12 


SUNDT. 


43 


7 21 


5 44I 7 52 


6 36 


6 66 


5 06 


7 2( 


6 67 


13 42 10 


12 


14 29 


0.7 


3 48 ( 


13 


Monday . 


44 


7 20 


5 46| 8 22 


7 37 


6 55 


6 07 


7 64 


7 00 


13 22 06 


12 


14 27 


1.7 


3 44 


14 


Tuesday. 


46 


7 19 


5 47; 8 60 


8 38 


6 53 


5 08 


8 17 


8 03 


13 01 49 


12 


14 26 


2.7 


3 40 


16 


Wednes. . 


46 


7 17 


5 48 9 17 


9 37 


6 61 


5 10 


8 44 


9 04 


12 41 19 


12 


14 23 


8.7 


3 36 


16 


Thursd'y 


47 


7 16 


5 49 9 42 


10 37 


6 49 


5 11 


9 07 


10 06 


12 20 37 


12 


14 20 


4.7 


3 32 


17 


Friday ... 


48 


7 14 


5 50 10 07 


11 34 


6 48 


5 12 


9 31 


11 06 


11 59 42 


12 


14 17 


5.7 


3 27 


18 


Saturday 


49 


7 13 


61 '10 35 


a.m. 


6 46 


5 13 


9 67 


a.m. 


11 38 36 


12 


14 12 


6.7 


3 24 


19 


SUND'Y. 


60 


7 12 


5 62 U 06 


33 


6 46 


6 16 


10 26 


07 


11 17 19 


12 


14 05 


7.7 


3 20 


20 


Monday . 


51 


7 10 


5 6411 38 


1 32 


6 43 


6 17 


10 67 


1 07 


10 65 52 


12 


14 00 


8.7 


3 16 


21 


Tuesday 


6^ 


7 08 


6 66 pm 18 


2 29 


6 41 


6 18 


11 36 


2 05 


10 34 16 


12 


13 52 


9.7 


3 12 


22 


Wednes .. 


63 


7 07 


6 57! 1 04 


3 26 


6 39 


5 20 


pm21 


3 03 


10 11 29 


12 


13 46 


10.7 


3 08 


23 


Thursd'y 


54 


7 05 


5 69 1 66 


4 21 


6 38 


5 22 


1 13 


3 68 


9 60 31 


12 


18 36 


11.7 


3 04 


24 


Friday ... 


66 


7 03 


6 OO; 2 67 


6 12 


6 36 


5 24 


2 14 


4 49 


9 27 28 


.2 


13 27 


12.7 


3 00 


25 


Saturday 


66 


7 01 


6 01| 4 01 


6 69 


6 34 


6 25 


3 20 


6 35 


9 06 15 


12 


13 18 


13.7 


2 66 


26 


SUND'Y 


67 


6 69 


6 02 5 13 


6 40 


6 32 


5 26 


4 33 


6 06 


8 43 54 


12 


13 08 


14.7 


2 52 


27 


Monday . 


68 


6 68 


6 04| 6 27 


7 17 


6 30 


6 28 


6 60 


6 43 


8 21 25 


12 


12 67 


16.7 


2 48 


28 


Tuesday. 


69 


6 57 


6 05 7 42 


7 51 


6 29 


5 29 


7 07 


7 17 


7 68 49 


12 


12 46 


16.7 


2 44 


29 


Wednes... 


60 


6 66 


6 061 8 561 8 24 


6 27 


5 31 


8 24 


7 51 


7 36 06 


12 


12 36 


17.7 


•2 41 



[10] 



.Name or 


PUNIT. 


[(11113 


lir- 


tpiter .... 


imra 


[rSDdS .... 


! Day of 


i Week. 



i Winter J/wj/aB>«« ^pri'<^9 ^onth.'] 



MARCH, 1888. 



11 



*i 



- - --I 


■ '" 


«> 


KAHTKHN 








UM. 


Poll StAI. 


H VOOK'8 PBAIU. 


s. 


8TANIIAHI) 
TIMK, 


* 


Twilight btgiru or *nd 


J. 

d. 


SmiDUH. 


Pou BTAa. 




Poitr 


OfMlMt 

tlon 


l|La8t Quarter 

^Ev«« Moon 


4 

12 


A m 

10 20 rm 

11 21am 


ToaoRTO. 
B'g. Kod. 


QOIBIO 


Ban. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Dtatance. 


OrMlMl 


Moon. 


Beg. 


Bn 


Klonga* 

tlon. 

Ut. 460. 






l.«t. «« 


■ fim Quarter 

Krull Moon 


20 


8 43 pm 
6 07 pm 
















/ // 


/ // 


/ // 


27 




A m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


/ // 


/ // 


/ // 


/ // 


6 14 


1 17 Oti 


1 49 01 








1 


6 18 


7 42 


4 42 


7 18 


16 10 


16 27 


1 17 11 


1 49 10 


5 22 


I 17 07 
1 17 0!) 


I 49 
1 49 a 




16 


9 00 am 


11 


6 01 7 6(! 


4 24 


7 28 


16 08 


16 041 17 14 
15 lell 17 17 


1 49 13 


6 08 


H Perigee \ 


28 


6 00 pm 


21 


4 41 8 OG 


4 08 


7 48 


16 06 


1 49 18 




n. 


1 




The Flaneti. 




PBBRUARY 2 




MARon in. 


MARCH lltH. 


MARCH 31BT. 


s. 


On 
Meild 


Seta. 7m% 
Jilt 


H ?U!fIT. 


RiMI. 


On 
Ueri< 


s 

, Sets. Z 
*• d 


fer. 

«n. 

iHt. 


KiR«l. 


On 
Merid 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
diat. 


Hlaea. 


On 
Merid 


Seta. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
(ilat. 


m 


h m 


Am/ 


H 


A m 


A V 


1 A m , 




A m 


A m 


A m 




A m 


A m 


A m 





2n 


9 62 
8 60 
6 10 


a 2 32/) til. 
9 iHtf 68. 
u 10 50 a 03. 


^B(f]ug 


513(1 
9 36p 
57o 


10 02 
3 18 
5 37 


a 2 62jD 6 
a 8 45 a 6 
a 10 17 6 


I.O 
2.7 
3.9 


6 09 a 10 12 
9 05/> 2 88 
20 a 5 00 


J 3 16/< 
9 3 06o 
; 9 39o 


69.0 
62.4 
64.1 


6 02« 

818/- 

1188/' 


10 21 
168 
4 21 


a 3 39/ 
a 7 82o 
a 9 01 


65.2 


8f 
0(1 


^Hlir'' 


52.1 


HiDJter 


64.1 


Op 


10 07 
3 00 


p 6 37 « 23. 
a 8 34 a 49 


^■itiirn 


2 02f 
8 46/1 


9 29 
2 24 


p 5 00 2 
a 7 69 a 4 


3.0 
9.5 


\2\p 848j 
8 04/) 143 


D 4 20a 


9:?. 9 


40/ 
7 23/> 


8 08 
103 


p 8 89 
a 6 38o 


22.9 


HrsDtis 


J 7 18 ai 49.4 


49,2 




H NoTi.— In the above Table a signlflei a.m. and p p.m. 


CANADA. 


1 VI 


g{ TORONTO. 


QCBBEO. 


CANADA. 


Sun 


a'* 

AKel 


L'pp«f 
Transit a 


H! Son. 


Moos. 


Suif. Moor. 


Sun'a 
Declina- I 


Snn 

CO 


Age 


Upper 


on 


■ 






1 1 




TranDitof 


Meridian. 


Noon 


Pole 9t«i 
h m 


^1* 


1* Ri«j8.| Setii. 1 


ilsea. 


Sets. 
A m 


Rliea. Seta. 


Rlies. 
A m 


Seta. 
A m 


tlon. 


MeridUn. 


Noon. 
dayt 


Pole SUr. 


. n s I 


■ 


A /n' A m A m 


A T» A m 


° ' /' A m »| 


A TO i 


2 13 AS^\ 


19.3 


4 31 3 


■ llbursd'y 1 


,16 636 08 10 11 


8 56 


6 255 32 9 41 


8 21 


S 7 13 16 12 12 221 


18.7' 


2 37 06 


2 13 67 


20.3 


4 27 I 


H'JFriikv... f 


52 6 61 6 09 1 


1 24 


9 31 


6 23 6 83|10 66 


8 61 


6 60 20 


12 12 10 


19.7 


2 33 09 


2 14 04 


21.3 


4 23 8 


■ ^SaturJ'y. f 


53 6 4U6 10 


\.m. 


10 07 


6 21I5 36! am. 


9 27 


6 27 19 


12 U 57 


20.7 


2 29 13 


2 14 09 


22.3 


4 19^ 


■ iSUNDT.C 


54 6 48 6 11 


36 


10 46 


6 19j6 37i 11 


10 04 


6 04 11 


12 11 43 


21.7 


2 26 17 


2 14 16 


23.3 


4 \b{ 


H^ Monday . ( 


55 6 47 6 12 


1 44 


11 31 


6 17 5 38! 1 21 


10 68 


5 40 69 


12 11 30 


22.7 


2 21 20 


2 14 18 


24.3 


4 11 ( 


HSTaesday. ( 


56,6 46 6 13 


2 48 


pm 23 


6 166 39 2 26 


11 40 


6 17 42 12 11 18 


23.7 


2 17 24 


2 14 22 


26.3 


4 0"« 


■ 'WMnes..^ 


576 44 6 14 
586 4016 16 


8 44 


1 18 


6 136 40 3 21 


pm36 


4 44 21 12 11 00 


24.7 


2 13 28 


2 14 26 


26.3 


4 03 J 


■ SThursd'j t 


4 36 


2 19 


6 116 42i 4 11 


1 36 


4 30 r->Q 12 10 46 


25.7 


2 09 32 


2 14 27 


27.3 


3 59 1 


H9Friilrkv...'if 


59:6 396 18 


5 17 


3 20 


,6 09 6 


44| 4 62 


2 39 


4 07 28 12 10 30 


26.7 


2 05 36 


2 14 28 


28.3 


3 56 ( 


llJSatiird'7. ' 


role 886 19 


5.68 


4 23 


6 08 5 16i 6 26 


3 44 


3 43 56 12 10 14 


27.7 


2 01 39 


2 14 29 


29.3 


3 62 ( 


■llSUND'Y.'- 


ri'6 36|6 20 


6 24 


5 26 


6 065 47| 6 66 


4 49 


3 30 21 12 09 58 


28.7 


1 57 03 


2 14 29 


0.7 


3 48 ( 


Hl-Mnnd'iv . ' 


r2i6 356 22 


6 6V 


6 27 


6 046 48| 6 22 


6 52 


2 56 45 12 09 52 


29.7 


1 53 46 


2 14 27 


1.7 


3 44 


jHliiTuesday.i' 


r8;6 33 6 23 


7 18 


7 26 


6 025 50i 6 46 


6 53 


2 33 06 12 09 25 


1.6- 


1 49 50 


2 14 25 


2.7 


3 40 


■HffeJne9..J' 


746 316 24 


7 44 


8 26 


6 00;5 61 


7 11 


7 64 


2 09 26 12 09 08 


2.0 


1 45 54 


2 14 23 


8.7 


3 36 


■'^TbursJ'yl 


766 296 25 


8 1( 


9 26 


6 586 52 


7 36 


8 56 


1 45 44 


12 08 51 


3.0 


1 41 68 


2 14 20 


4.7 


3 32 


■itipriJav... 


76 6 27 6 26 


8 37 


10 24 


5 665 53 


7 59 


9 66 


1 22 O'.l 


12 08 34 


4.0 


1 38 01 


2 14 17 


5.7 


3 27 


flliSatur'd'v. 


77 6 25 6 27 


9 05 


U 21 


6 54!5 54 


8 26 


10 56 


58 10 


12 08 16 


6.0 


1 34 06 


2 14 12 


6.7 


3 24 


■iStU.NDT. 


786 24 6 29 


9 36 


am. 


5 52!5 50 


8 46 


11 54 


, 34 47 


12 07 69 


6.0 


1 30 09 


2 14 05 


7.7 


1 3 20 


WJ MoDdav . 


79i6 22 6 30 


10 13 


20 


5 60 15 57 


9 31 


a.m. 


SO 10 64 


12 07 41 


7.0 


1 26 12 


2 14 00 


8.7 


1 3 16 


WlJTussday. 


SO 6 20 6 31 


10 54 


1 17 


6 48 5 69 


10 11 


54 


NO 12 47 


12 07 23 


8.0 


1 22 16 


2 13 52 


9.7 


1 3 12 


W-lWednes... 


81'6 18 6 32 


11 42 


2 OS 


6 46 6 


> 01 


10 69 


1 46 


36 28 


12 07 04 


9.0 


1 18 20 


2 13 45 


10.7 


! 3 08 


Vlhursd'y 


82 6 16 6 33 


pm39 


3 03 


5 44 6 


> 02:11 56 


2 40 


1 00 07 


12 06 46 


10.0 


1 1 14 23 


2 18 36 


11.7 


i 3 04 


fllSFridav... 


83 6 14 6 34 


1 40 


3 4S 


5 42 6 


, 04 


pm58 


3 26 


1 23 44 


12 06 28 


11.0 


1 10 27 


2 13 27 


12.7 


; 3 00 


MH^Jaturd'v. 


84 6 12 6 36 


2 47 


4 3J 


5 40 6 


5 05 


2 07 


4 07 


I 47 19 


12 06 09 


12.0 


1 1 06 31 


2 13 18 


13.7 


2 56 


■BSUND'Y. 


86 6 11 6 37 


3 59 


6 12 


5 38 6 


5 06 


3 21 


4 46 


2 10 62 


12 05 51 


18.0 


1 02 36 


2 13 08 


14.7 


1 2 52 


HiSMondav.. 


866 096 88 


5 13 


6 4t 


.5 36 6 


5 07 


4 37 


5 17 


2 34 21 


12 05 32 


14.0 


68 88 


2 12 57 


15.7 


2 48 


Hiii'aesdav. 


87 6 08,6 39 


6 30 


6 1£ 


15 34 6 


5 09 


6 57 


5 48 


2 67 48 


12 06 13 


15.0 


54 43 


2 12 46 


16.7 


2 44 


HlSWedne.'i... 


886 066 41 


7 47 


6 5S 


5 32 6 


. 10 


7 16 


6 19 


8 21 11 


12 04 65 


16.0 


, 50 47 


2 12 35 


17.7 


2 41 


■i^Thursd'y 


896 04 6 42 


9 04 


7 27 


5 30 6 


5 12 


8 36 


6 61 


3 44 29 


12 04 37 


17.0 


46 61 




)06 02 6 43 


10 20 


8 12 


!5 28 6 


) 13 


9 54 


7 24 


4 07 44 


12 04 U 


18. U 


42 54 












Mil Saturday 


916 00.6 44 


11 33 


8 42 


!6 26 6 14 


11 09 


8 02 


4 80 65 


12 04 00 


19.0 88 58 



""'■M. 



Lll] 



I 



IS 



MooN'a I'UAVU. 



APRIL, 1888. 



[Second Sprimj M 




% Lnttt Qunrter i 8 

% New Mood 11 

f) First ijuarter 10 

O Full Moon : 26 

( Apogee ' 12 

(£ I'origee { 26 

■»■ — 



KAHTrilN 

HTANI'AKK 

TlMK. 


h 


m 


7 


11 am 


1 


08 Bin 


ti 


6liiim 


1 


22iim 



6 00 pro 
4 OOatnl 



^ 



1 
11 
21 



Tmilighi btgini or tndt. 



Toronto. Qdiho. 



aufiDiAM. 



B«B. 

A.M. 



Hnd. 

r.M. 



B«K. 

AH. 



h m\h 
8 24 .3 



Knd. 
r.M. 



0UD 
/ // 

1« 0*» 



Muon 



PoUr 
DUtauo*. 



OH 



nrMK 
tl'Dj 



Mi 



// |0 / // / 

11 i 1 1 7 2(1 1 411 



;j 68 H 40 8 14 H 20 16 59 14 44|l 17 23 1 r. 
|8 87i8 60,2 60i8 80 16 60 16 6oll 17 26 1 \'.\\ 



l.ipogec 
jPfrigi't' 



The Planeti. 



>9 






NiMi or 

I'LANET. 



Venus , 
MarH . 
Jupiter 
Saturn 
UranuH 



APRIL In. 



RImi 



A m 
4 51 a 
7 19;> 
1064;) 
11 57 a 
6 87r 



On 
Mertd. 



8«ti. 



A m 

I028rt 
58 a 
3 37 a 
7 24p 
018a 



j M«r. 

I Zen. 

dlit. 

A m 

4 06;) 60 5 

6 31 a 61.2 
8 17 a 64.1 
2 60« 22.9 



AFKIL llTii. 



RiMI. 



On 
Merld. 



Am Am 

4 40 a 10 36« 
6 21;) OO^Xi 

10 12;) 2 6G« 

11 18.il 6 46;. 
6 64 a 49.0| 6 56;)[ll 33 f 



Beti. 



m 



&I«r 
Kan. 
dlit. 



4 30;) 45 8 

5 42 a 50. 1 
7 86 a 64.0 
2 17 a 22.9 

6 14 a 48.9 



APRIt. 3l(iT. 



HIlM. 



m 



On 
Merid 

A m 



4 27 a 10 40 a 
6 28;) 11 06;) 
9 29p 2 14 a 
10 40 a 6 08/) 
611;»,1049;) 



k m 
4M;. 
4 52 a 

1 30 ,; 
4 33 « 44 





.<ixi 1. r 




ruJiir. 
















111^ 




;i 








liier .... 




irn 




mi 



NOTi.— Id the above Table a iilgnlfle* a.m. and ptu. 



^ 

% 

I 



Day of 
Week. 



ISUNDT 
^Monday 

8 TuesJay. 

4 VVednes... 

5 Thursd'y 

6 Friday... 

7 Saturday 
8SUND'Y 

9 Monday . 
lO'Tuesday. 
1 1 Wednes... 
12Thur.sd'y 

13 Friday... 

14 Saturday 
ISSUND'V 
10 Monday . 

17 Tuesday. 

18 Wednes... 
IdThursd'y 

20 Friday . 

21 Saturday 
22SUND'Y. 

23 Monday . 

24 Tuesday. 

25 Wednea. 
26Thursd'y 
27 Friday... 
28:Saturday 
29lSUND'y. 
30| Monday . 






TOnONTO. 



Bun. 



92 

98 5 56 

94I5 64 

95|6 68 

966 61 

97:5 49 

986 48 

99:6 47 



Sets, 



m 
46 
46 
47 
49 
60 
51 
68 
64 



100 6 45 6 56 
101 '6 44 6 66 
102 6 42 6 67 



103 5 40 

104 5 38 
1066 3t 

106 5 34 

107 5 3L' 

108 5 31 

109 6 28 7 
1105 27 7 
111 5 26 7 



Moon. 



Rives. 



A 
am. 
4 
1 
2 



m 



1 

40 
33 



112'5 
1135 
114,5 
115I6 
1166 



117 
118 
119 
120 
121 



257 
23 7 
227 
207 
187 
16J7 
15'7 
14i7 
12i7 
1117 



68 

69 

01 

02 

03: 

04 

U5 

07 

08 

09 1 

10 

11 

12 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 



8 
8 
4 

4 
5 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
8 
8 
9 

10 26 

11 24 
pm28 

36 
48 
02 
18 
36 
55 
13 
25 
31 



17 

65 
27 
67 
23 
48 
14 
89 
07 
37 
12 
6C 
36 



Sots. 



QUIBIO. 



Son. 
Rises. Bets. 



h mh 
9 26 6 

10 17[6 

11 11 6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



mu 



pml2 



18 
16 
18 
206 
19j6 
19!6 
175 
165 
166 
14|4 
lli4 
am. i4 
06 4 
69 4 
46|4 
27i4 
06l4 
424 
164 
474 
20 4 



a.m. 



24 

22 

20 

18 

16 

14 

12 

10 

08 

06 

046 

02!6 

OOiO 

59;6 

676 

5516 

536 

516 

60 6 

48!6 

47|6 

46 6 



44 6 
42 6 
40 6 



38 
37 
36 
33 
81 



TO 

16 

17 

19 

20 

21 

28 

24 

25 

27 

29 

30 

32 

83 

34 

36 

36 

37 

38 

39 

41 

42 

43 

46 

47 

48 

60 

61 

62 

bi\ 

66! 



Moon. 



Rises. 



m. 
18 
17 
10 
53 



8 29 
8 59 



6 02 
6 29 

6 57 

7 30 

8 08 

8 53 

9 43 

10 41 

11 47 
pm 55 

2 09 

3 26 

4 44 
G 04 

7 26 

8 46 

10 01 

11 08 
a.m. 



Sets. 



m 
48 



9 34 

10 28 

11 29 
pm31 

1 36 

2 40 
8 48 
4 45 
6 47 

6 47 

7 48 

8 49 

9 49 

10 48 

11 43 
a.m. 

36 

1 22 

2 04 

2 41 

3 15 

3 46 

4 16 
4 46 
6 18 
6 54 

6 35 

7 24 

8 18 



Bun'f 

Deollna- 

tloD. 



CANADA. 

Sun 
on 



C's 

Age 
Jlerldian, JNood 





7 
7 
7 



12 
20 



// 

N 4 54 01 
6 16 58 
6 39 65 
6 02 45 
' "6 28 
48 05 
10 34 
82 67 
55 
8 17 

8 39 19 

9 01 06 
9 22 49 
9 44 21 

10 05 43 
10 26 65 

10 47 57 

11 08 48 

11 29 28 
U 49 66 

12 10 13 
12 30 17 

12 50 I'J 

13 09 60 
13 29 18 

13 48 30 

14 07 ?') 
14 26 16 
14 44 47 
16 03 04 



A 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
li 
11 
11 
11 



m 
08 
03 
03 
02 
02 
02 
01 
01 
01 
01 
00 
00 
00 
00 
59 
69 
59 
69 
68 
58 
58 
58 
68 
57 
57 
67 
57 
67 
il 
67 



I day» 

4220. 
24'21.0 



00 
48 
31 
14 
67 
40 
28 
07 
61 
86 
20 
06 
61 
36 
22 
09 
66 
43 
31 
19 
07 
56 
46 
35 



Upp«H 

rranritl 
Pole tu 

h m 
3.5( 
311 
0271 
23 1 
Oil' II 
015! 
0114 
07 
003 
11691 
11 5^ 
11 50^ 
114G! 



22. 

23.0 

24.0 

25.0 

26.0 

27.0 

28.0 

29. Oi 

0.3 

1.3 

2.3 

3.3;lH:i 
4. sill 39 
5.3!ll3(j 
6. 3'113J 
7.3II128 
8. .ill 24 
9.3^1120 
10.311 16 
11.3 1112 
12. 3; 11 OS 
13.3 1104 
14. 311 00 
15.311056 
26116. 3l 10 52 
17,17. 3jl048 
0918.31045 
01119.311041 



D»y of 

Week. 



[hesday, 
JifeJoes. . 
ilhursiry 
IfriJiiy... 
[iituniiiy 
liCS'DT. 
onJny . 
Ilaesday. 
[fc'lnes.. 
Iroursd'j 
jrri'lay... 
piuriifiy 
'iCND'V. 
I^londay . 
IhesJay. 
jWue.i. . 
[Ibursiry 
JFriJay... 
[Hianlay 
RuND'Y 
iMomlay . 
Iroesday. 
peijnes. . 
Illiursd 'y 
IfriJay... 
fUurday 
ICND'Y. 
ilonday . 
Jaesday. 
rednes... 
|Iliursd'y 



[12] 



md Spring Mont 



IDUM. 




I'nn gttii 

I'oUr l\,.tt 
DUIniKH ||,, 

1 17 2(11 4<,i 

1 17 'j;n vr 

I 17 -26,1 4(1 



Al'KILiln. 



nt h m 
27 a 10 10 <i 
2Hpl\ 0»)/. 
2dp 2]'\a 
40 rt 6 08/» 
llp|1049p 



Jifii Spring Month.'] 



MAY, 1888. 



13 



)|oOX'll I'iUSII. 



2 



I LiJt Quarter | 2 

j.Vcff Moon 10 

lF:r!)tQ(inrter 18 

Ifall Muon 26 

Upogec n 

V 24 



Kaitrrn 

HTANDAHI) 

TiMr. 



m 

47 pro 
24 pm 
OS |im 
40 am 

00 pm 
00 pm 



Twilighl btgim or rnJi. Simidum. 



POLI HtaI. 



Toronto. I Qdibm. 



4 



1 

11 
21 



AM. 



Knd. 

P.M. 



TO 
1«9 

fi09 
8819 



k m 



AM. 



Knd. I 

P.M. I 



IttB. 



142 
32 2 
60|l 



m h 
25 (t 
01 « 

a? 9 



m ' 
01 If) 
24 15 
47il6 



// 



UOOB. 



PoUr 
DliUne* 



54 16 
62 14 
50,10 



// 

4S1 
45 1 
21,1 



17 

17 
17 



r.l>nR«' 

tlr.it. 
Ut. 46* 



4!t 
4» 

4!t 



// 

42 



The Flaneti. 



l!iiM( '.r 



UAY llT. 



RIllM. 



^IKi' I 4 13 a 

^ " oK, I 4 34» 

t"/'m.er 18 48^ 

;? " mm i 9 69« 

4 as u w 



On 
Merld 



I 



h n 


10 40 a 


10 14;; 


1 10 (/ 


6 80;> 


lOll/)] 



8«ti. 

h m 

5 19/j 
4 08ai 

6 08ai 
101a 
3 58 a 



rSGFT 

I Zen. 
JUt. 

3^.7 
49.6 
05.0 
24.4 
49.9 



MAY 



RiMl. 

h m 
4 0: a 
8 Up 

8 03 a 

9 28 a 
8 48;> 



On 
Merld. 

h m 
10 63a 
9 27p 
40 a 
4 64;) 
931/) 



llTII. 

I TSfir 

8«U. I Z«D. 

dl«t. 

A m 
546;< 
8 17 a 49 1 
6 25 a 04, H 
28 a 24.5 
3 18;) 49.8 



MAT aiBT. 



RIm*. 



On 
Marld. 



8*t». 



o 
33. 



h m 


A m 


A ni 


3 51 a 


1101 a 


)> 1 1 /< 


3!J0;' 


844;) 


2 34 a 


7 18/' 


02 a 


4 41,/ 


8 48 a 


4 17/. 


11 47/) 


8 07p 


8 60f 


2 84 a, 



Mer. 
7rf<n. 
(JIM. 

o 
2'.t. 1 

4;t2 

04.5 
24 7 
49.7 



-•* 



NOTI.— In th« above Tablo a HiKiilfl«ii a.m. and /> P.M. 



CANADA. 



Sun I C* 

on Age 

Meridian. Nooo 



12 
12 
12 
[2 

2 
12 
12 
12 

2 

2 
12 
12 

2 

12 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 

^■' 
ii 
11 
11 
11 



m 

03 

03 

03 

02 

02 

02 

01 

01 

01 

01 

00 

00 

00 

00 

69 

69 

59 

59 

68 

58 

58 

58 

68 

67 

67 

67 

57 

67 

51 

67 



« dayt 
42 20. 
24 21.0 
OG 22. C 



23.0 
24.0 
25.0 
67120.0 
40I27.O 



Polo tti 



28 



07 29. 



28.0 



61 

30 

20 

05 

51| 

30] 

22, 

09i 

60 

43 

31 

19 

07 

66 

40 

35 



0. 3i 



A m 
35( 
311 
271 
231 
1!' II 
Oloi 

on: 

00: 
003! 
1169! 
1154^ 
l.-SJlloO^ 
2.3I1HG! 

3. 3; 11 42.1 

4. .3' 11 39! 
6.3!113G( 
0.3' 11 32 
7.3111281 
8. :-ill241 
9.3ill20i 

10.3 11161 
11.3 111'. 

3,1108! 

3,1104^ 

311 

3!1056< 



12 
13 
14 
16 



20110.3 10 52; 



17;17.3 
0918.3 
01119.3 



10 48.: 
104o( 
10 4K 



Day uf 
IVeek. 



TORONTO. 



Bun. 



Moon. 



Klaen. 



A m 



Seti. Kliei. Sets. 



UUKHKC. 



CANADA. 



8UN. 

Kisoi. Seta. 



Iluesday 

jfeJoes. . 

Ilkursd'j 

IfriJiiy... 

[iitunlayi 

jiCND'Y. 

l^lonJay . 1 

llaesJay.! 

|ffi"lnes..| 

iFoursil'y 

iFri'lay... 

lJ*tunl..iy 

Ijund'v. 

ondny . 
llaeaJay. 
FeJues . 
llhursd'y 
iFriJay... 
|!»tiirilay 
fu'ND'Y 
iHomhy . 
Iluesday. 
peJnes. . 
Ilbursd'j 
IfriJay... 
|i<turday 
liUND'Y. 
Plonday . 
jTiesday. 
Ftdnes... 
fbrsd'y 



122 3 
12316 
1245 
1265 
1206 
127 > 
128,6 
I29j4 
1304 
I3li4 
132i4 
133|4 
13414 
I. 35} 4 
130:4 
137i4 
1384 
I39S4 
1404 
1414 
I42|4 
14314 
1444 
1464 
1404 
147 4 
148i4 
1494 



160 
151 
152 



097 
087 
07,7 
00 7 
047 
0217 
007 
597 
68t7 

67:7 

60j7 
667 
647 
637 
62!7 
6O7 
•19:7 
497 

48;7 

47'7 
407 
45l7 
4t7 

447 

437 
427 
427 
417 
417 
40 7 
397 



m 
21 
22 
23 
24 
26 
20 
27 
29 
3U 
31 
32 
33 
35 
30 
37 
38 



ml A m 
28 10 02 
17 II 07 
58 pm 08 



31 
01 
2h 
64 
22 
48 
10 
40 



39:11 



13 

6o;io 

31110 
1011 

17 

221 



01 

12 

12i 

13| 

10 

11 

08 

07 

0.3 

02 
56 
40 



a.m. 
27 



4C pm 30' 
42; 

4.3 

44: 

46| 
40! 
47! 
48 10 
49ill 
50|ll 
50I a.m. 
6l| 33 
62| 1 0.5 



41 
63 
08 
20 
44 
59 
12 
14 
09 
64 



05 
01 
13 
45 
16 
49 
25 
01 
48 
46 
44 
48 
64 
0. 



m 

29 
28 
27 
25 
24 
2a 
22 
20 
19 
IVl 
7 



10 
15 
14 
12 

lt|7 
09 7 
08!7 
077 
OGI7 
0517 
047 



4 03 

4 

4 

4 



02 
01 
00 

597 
7 



13 68 
3 57 
.3 67 
3 60 
3 60 



Moo"- I Son'* 

I ~ 1 Declina- 
Rliei. I Seta. | tlon. 



m 
50 
58 
69 
00 
01 
02 
03 
06 
07 
08 
09 
10 
12 
13 
14 
15 



ml A m! " 
06' 9 19N15 
64 10 24 15 
34 11 27 16 
Obpm32 10 
34 1 34 16 
69 2 30 10 
23] 3 39 17 
40i 4 38 17 

6 40 17 

41 



10 9 
17 10 



19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
20 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



13 
33 
01 



17 

7 41 18 
18 



82; 8 41 
081 9 39 18 
48' 10 32 18 
3811 21 

33 a.m. 

34 04 19 
40' 42 19 

1 10 19 
1 47 



19 
19 



1 50 
1 03 
1 17 2 10 20 



3 15 20 

3 48 20 

4 22 21 

6 00 21 
02 21 

7 01 21 
31! 8 06 21 

m. 9 11: 21 
0810 19i 22 



61 
16 
32 
47 
61 
40 



StlD 

ou 
Meridian. 



(I ' Uppor 

Ago TriiiiMltof 

Noon. I'ole Star. 



20 



36: 2 44 20 



21 00 
38 52 
50 27 
13 41 
30 44 
47 27 

03 53 

20 01 
36 67 
61 32 
00 48 

21 40 

30 20 
60 62 

04 63 
18 35 i 

31 59 
45 02 
57 49 
10 12 

22 13 
33 54 
45 13 
50 11 
00 47 
17 02 
20 56 
30 30 
45 39 
64 24 
02 47 



A 


m 


$ fiayn 


h m 1 




50 


63 20.3 1037 11 




50 


47 21.3 10 33 10 




50 


40 22.3 10 2921 




60 


3.') 23. 3 10 25 25 




60 


30 24.3 10 21 30 




60 


25 26. 3 


10 17 35 




60 


21,20.3 


10 13 39 




60 


18 


27.3 


10 09 44 




50 


15 


28.3 


10 06 43 


1 1 


60 


13 


29. 3 


1001 53 




50 


11 


0.0 


9 57 58 




50 


10 


1.0 


9 54 02 




60 


10 


2.0 


9 50 07 




50 


10 


3.0 


9 4011 


11 


56 


10 


4.0 


9 42 10 


11 


50 


12 


5.0 


9 38 21 




50 


13i 0.0 


9 34 25 




50 


10 


7.0 


9 80 30 




50 


18 


8.0 


9 20 34 




50 


22' 9. 


9 22 39 




50 


20 10.0 


9 18 44 




60 


30 n . 


9 14 48 




60 


35 12.0 


9 10 53 




60 


40 13 


9 00 67 




50 40 14. 


9 03 02 




50 


62 15. 


8 59 00 




50 


59 10.0 


8 6511 




57 


00 17.0 


861 10 




67 


14 18.0 


8 47 20 




67 


22 19.0 


8 43 25 




57 81 


20.0 


1 8 39 30 



[18] 



J- 



fci ^it a ii fi iii i i' -^J^^'^ -^44^^^^-, 



14 



JUNE, 1888. 



[First Summer MonlUSt<!0^'^ 



Moo!«'i Phases. 



(^ Last Quarter... 

% New Moon 

C) First Quarter .. 

O Full r.Ioon 

9 Lnst Quarter... 

J Apogee 

(£ Perigee 






Nami or 
Plamst. 



1 

9 

17 

28 

30 

6 

7 



Eastkkn 

Standard 

Time. 



A m 
7 63 am 

11 34 am 
1 50 am 
4 08 pm 

10 63 pm 
4 00 am 
7 00 pm 



■< 



Twilig?it begim or tndt. 



Toronto. 



A.M. 



\h m 

1 2 23 

11 12 14 

21 12 13 



Knd. 

F.M 

h m 
10 09 
10 21 
10 26 



Qdibec. 



Beg. 

A.M. 



End. 

P.M. 



h mi h 

1 i6:io 

1 OOIIO 
57ilO 



m 
12 
31 
39 



Sbmiqiam. 



Pole Star, 



Son. 



"«»«>• ! Distance. tk^.I 

Ut. iit 



// 



// / 

15 4815 09 1 

15 47 16 06 1 

115 46|16 32 1 



// 



17 
17 
17 



3() 1 40 



37 1 
37 1 






The Planets. 



Venus . 
Mars . 
Jupiter 
Saturn. 
Uranus 



JUNK 18T. 



Kises. 



h m 
3 46 a 
2 20/) 
627 f 
310 a 
2 23p 



Sets. 



On 
Merid. 

h m h m 

11 12a! 639p 

8 03;) 150 a 

1108;»' 3 54 a 

3 38 pill 07;? 

8 0&p\ 1 50 a 



Mer. 
Zen. 
dint. 



25.6 
49.9 
64.2 
24.9 
49.6 



JUNE lllii. 



Kises. 

h m 
345a 
1 51p 
5 42p 
7 36 a 
143j9 



On 
Merid. 



h m 
11 24 a 

7 30;- 
I0 24p 

3 03j» 

7 26/) 



Bets. 



A m 
7 03/) 
1 12 a 
3 10 a 
10 30/) 
1 10 a 



Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 



o 
23.0 

50.9 

64.0 

25.8 

49 6 



JUNE 2lBT. 



RiseR. 



h n 

3 51a 
127/) 

4 58/) 
7 02 a 
103/) 



On I 
Merid. : 

A m 
1137 a 
701/) 
9 41/) 
228p 
6 47/), 



Sets. 

/* m 
7 24; 

38 a .52j 

2 28 « <m 

9 54jw 25] 
31 a 4 



Note.— In tlie al>oTe Table a signiflei a.m andp p.m. 



i 



I 



Day of 
Week. 



1 Friday. 
2jSaturd'y. 
31SUNDT. 
4' Monday.. 
STuesday. 
6;Wednes... 
7!Thur8d'y 
8 Friday... 
9iSaturd'y. 
lOISUND'Y 
11 -Monday.. 

Tuesday . 

Wednes... 

Thursd'y 

Friday ... 

Saturd'y. 

SUND'Y. 

Monday.. 

Tuesday. 

Wodnea. , 

Thursd'y 

Friday... 

Saturd'y, 

SUND'Y. 

Monday . 

Tuesday. 

Wednes.. 

Thursd'y 

Friday... 

Saturd'y. 



12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

1. 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

26 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 



153 
154 
165 
156 
167 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
166 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 



TORONTO. 



Sdn. 



Rises, 



m 
38 
38 
38 
37 
87 
37 
36 
36 
36 
36 
35 
36 
36 
35 
36 
35 
36 
36 
36 
36 
36 
86 
36 
36 
37 
37 
38 
38 
39 
39 



Sets. 



m 
63 
64 
64 
66 
56 
56 
67 
68 
68 
69 
69 
8 00 
8 00 
8 01 
8 01 
8 02 
8 02 
8 02 
8 03 
8 03 
8 03 
8 03 
8 03 
8 04 
8 04 
8 04 
8 04 
8 04 
8 03 
8 03 



Moon. 



Rises. Sets. 



tn h in 
06 pm 02 



84 
68 
23 



04 
06 



3 02 



2 49 

3 14 
3 43 



03 
01 

69 



13; 
48 
30 



6 69 



6 17! 

7 



66 
61 
43 



1010 28 

8 10!11 07 

9 13 11 45 
10 19; a.m. 



11 27 
pm37i 



49 
03 
18! 
37i 



17 

49 

1 19 
1 49 



6 46| 

7 66! 

8 66 

9 47 

10 28 

11 04 

11 35 

a.m. 

02 



32 
57 
39 
27 
24 



6 27 

7 38 

8 41 

9 46 

10 50 

11 52 



QUEBEC. 



SDK. 



Rises. Sets, 



m 
66 
64 
54 
64 
53 
63 
63 
62 
52 
61 
61 
61 
51 
51 
51 
61 
51 
61 
51 
62 
52 
62 
52 
62 
63 
58 
64 
54 
65 
56 



m 
32 
38 
34 
36 
36 
36 
87 
38 
38 
39 
40 
40 
41 
41 
42 
42 
42 
48 
43 
43 
48 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 



Moon. 



Rises, Sets, 



A m 
38 



04 
27 
60 
14 
86 
03 
32 
06 
47 
34 
27 
27 



8 32 

9 40 
10 50 
pm02 



8 50 

5 09 

6 23 

7 33 

8 33 

9 24 
10 04 
10 88 
n 06 
U 81 
U 54 



A m 
11 23 
pm29 



32 
31 
33 



8 33 
6 38 

6 84 

7 32 

8 28 

9 20 
10 05 

10 43 

11 19 

11 49 

a,m. 

19 

46 



14 
44 
17 
67 
42 
41 
44 



6 60 



01 
08 



10 14 

11 18 



CANADA. 



1 14] 



Sun's SHn 

Deelina- on 

tion. Meridian. 



N22 10 
22 18 
22 25 
22 32 
22 38 
22 45 
22 60 

22 55 

23 00 
28 05 
28 09 
23 12 
23 16 
28 18 
23 21 
23 23 
23 24 
23 26 
23 26 
23 27 
23 27 
23 26 
23 25 
23 24 
23 22 
23 20 
23 17 
23 14 
28 11 
23 07 



// 
49 
26 
40 
81 
57 
00 
39 
84 
06 
13 
15 
50 
06 
65 
19 
18 
53 
02 
47 
07 
03 
81 
37 
18 
84 
26 
62 



A 
11 
11 
11 
11 
II 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



n s 

57 40 

57 50 

58 00 
58 10 
68 20 
68 81 

58 48 
68 54 

59 06 
59 18 
59 80 
59 43 
59 56 
00 U8 
00 20 
00 33 
00 46 
00 69 



01 
01 
01 



13 
26 
38 



5512 



33 
46 



01 51 

02 04 
02 16 
02 29 
02 41 

02 54 
08 06 

03 18 
08 89 



C's ' I'ppei 
Age TracsitI 
Noon. Pole Sh 



days 'h m 
21.6'8 35 
22. 68 31 
23.6'8 27 
24. 0^8 23 
26. 6i8 19 
26. O'S 16 
27.6|8 12 

28, 6'8 08 

29. 68 04 
1.0'8 00 
2. 07 56 
8. 07 52 
4.0'7 48 
6.0:7 44 
6.07 40 
7.0 7 36 
8. 07 32 
9,07 

10,0 7 
11.07 
12,0 7 
13,07 
14,07 
16,07 
16,0 7 
17,06 67 
18,06 53 
19.06 49 
20.06 45 
21.06 42' 



29 
25 
21 
17 
13 
09 
05 
01 



r< Summer ManM^so^^ Summer Month.'] JULY, 1888. 



15 



aUM. i Polk Star. 



Oreafij 
M^„ Polar Kloua 
Moon. , D,gtj,n,e. tkn l 

Ut. 4M 



/ // o / // 

15 09 1 17 36 1 40 

16 06 1 17 37 1 40 
16 32:1 17 37 1 40 





JUNE 2181. 


es. 


On 1 s . :!'• 

Merid. ■ S^'"- '■« 

■ni 


m 

a a 

>8p 
)2a 
)3;> 


Am km 
1137a 724;i21 
7 01;) 38(1 52 
9 41 j9 2 28 a -ia 
2 28p 9 54;»25 
6 47;) 31a 49 



Mood's Phases. 


< 


iSew -Moon 

1 First Quarter... 
TFuU Moon — 
|Ust Quarter... 

[Apogee 

[Perigee 


9 

16 
23 
30 

3 
19 
31 





KAETEBN 

Stanuabd 

TIME. 



Twilight hegint or tndt. I Semidum. 



ToLE Star. 



m 

17 am 
13 am 
45 am 
30 pm 
00 pm 
00 pm 
00 pm 



TvjROMTU. 



Quebec. 



^ 



Beg. 

A.M. 



End. 

P.M. 



I Beg. 

A.M. 



End. 
P.M. 



Sun. 



1 
11 
21 



m h 
19 10 
32 10 
48 10 



m h 
24 1 
15 1 
00.1 



m h m \' 
07 10 33; 15 
25 10 1815 
47 9 67!16 



// 
46 
46 
47 



Moon. 



// o 



Polar 
Distance. 



// 



14 53|l 17 37 



16 32 
16 13 



1 17 36 
I 17 36 



Greatest 
Klonga- 

tion. 
Lat. 46°. 

3 / // 

I 49 47 

I 49 46 

I 49 44 



The Planets. 



Same or 
Planet. 



Ilenus .. 
lUirs. .. 
Ilipiter . 
I '♦turn., 
'..inus . 



JULY Isi. 



Rises. 

A m 

4 04 a 
107jo 
4 15/) 
6 29o 
24p 



On 
Merid. i 

A 771 

1152 a' 
6 34;)' 
8 53;). 
15..1;)| 



|Mer. 

Sets. I Zen. 

die) 

A m 
7 40p 

06 1 

1 40 a 



o 
21.8 

63.8 

63 



9 19/)[26.7 
6 08 .'Jill 62;)|49 6 



JULY llTH. 



Rises. 

h m 
4 22 a 

3 33)) 

6 56 a 

1146 a 



On 1 
Merid. 

A m 

06p 

<^^^ 'J 

Slip 

1 I9p 
5 29/) 



Sets. 

A m i 

7 49;)' 
11 31;) 

1 05 ai 

8 43;-; 
11 12 pi 



Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 



22.3 
56 6 
63.6 
26.0 
49.7 



JULY 218T. 



Rises. 


On 
Merid 


Sets. 


Mer 
Zen 
dist. 


A m 


A OT 


A m 




4 45 a 


019;) 


7 52f 


24.2 


37p 


5 49;) 


llOlp 


67.4 


2 53p 


7 37;) 


26o 


63,6 


6 24 a 


045;) 


8 07p 


26.3 


1108 a 


4blp 


1034 ;> 


49.8 



^A 



■'h ish 






Note. — In the above Table a signifies a.m. and j) p.m. 



CANADA. 



Sun 

on 

Meridian. 



A m 
II 67 
11 67 
11 58 
U 58 
11 68 
n 58 
11 58 
11 58 
11 59 
II 59 
11 69 
11 59 

11 69 

12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 00 
12 01 
12 01 
12 01 
12 01 
12 02 
12 02 
12 02 
12 02 
12 02 
12 03 
12 03 
12 03 



« 

40 

50 

00 

10 

20 

31 

48 

64 

06 

18 

30 

43 

55 

U8 

20 

33 

46 

69 

13 

26 

38 

51 

04 

16 

29 

41 

64 

06 

18 

89 



d's ' Uppel 
Age TrBDsiif 
Noon. I'olefU 

daysh m 
2l.6'8 35 

12. n 31 

23. 6i8 27 
a. G'8 23 
26.6:8 19 
iQ. 6:8 16 i 
27.618 12 

28. 6(8 08 : 

29. 6 8 04 : 
1.0^8 00 i 
2.0}7 56 
8. 07 52 
4.0'7 48 
6.07 44 
6. 7 40 
7.0 7 36 
8.C7 32 
9.07 

10.0 7 
11.07 
12.0 7 
13.07 
14.0 7 00 
16. 07 05 
16.07 01 
17.06 67 
18.06 53 
19.0 6 49 
20. 6 45 
'21.06 42 



29 
25 
21 
17 
13 



Day of 
Week. 



hsUNDT. 
J 2\Ionday . 
1 3 Tuesday, 
I ^Wednee... 

^Thurad'y 
1 6 Friday ... 

"Saturday 
hsUNU'Y. 

5 Monday . 
J 10 Tuesday. 
Ill (TedDes... 
|l2Thur8d'y 
|13 Friday... 
Ill Saturday 
|15SUNDT. 

16 Monday , 

I' Tuesday. 

ISffednes... 
JliThursd'y 
|20Fridiiy...; 
|2Haturday 
l'i2SUNl)'Y. 
JiUlonday . 
|2l Tuesday. 
|25ffedne8.. 
|26Thursd'y 
f" Friday... 
1 28 Saturday 
ISSUND'Y. 
P Monday . 
I'l Tuesday. 



TORONTO. 



Sun. 



Rises. 



188 

184 

186 

186 

187 

188 

189 

190 

191 

192 

198 

194 

195 

196 

197 

198 

199 

200 

201 

|202 

203 

204 

205 

206 

207 

208 

209 

210 

211 

212 

218 



Sets. 



m 
40 
41 
41 
41 
42 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
48 
49 
50 
61 
52 
53 
54 
66 
56 
67 
58 
69 
00 
01 
02 
03 
04 
06 
06 



Moon. 



Rises. Sets. 



m 
08 
03 
03 
03 
02 
02 
02 
01 
01 
00 
00 
69 
68 
58 
67 
66 
56 
65 
54 
53 
52 
52 
61 
60 
49 
48 
47 
46 
44 
43 
42 



m 

27 

51 

17 

44 

14 

48 

27 

12 

03; 

01 

05 

12 

20 

28 

39 



A m 
pm 54 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

9 



pm50 



63 
52 

61 

50 

48 

43 

38 

26 4 

07 

46 



QUEBEC. 



Sun. 



Moon. 



CANADA. 



Rises. SetSc 



Rises. 



03 
15 
27 
38 
40 
36 

8 22 

9 01 
9 35 

10 04 
10 30 



10 21 

10 52 

11 22 
11 53 

a.m. 

21 



53 
19 

46 



a.m. 



56 
34 
17 
10 
08 
13 
20 
28 



33 4 

38 4 



40 
41 



pm41 
1 89 



m 

56 

56 

57 

58 

69 

69 

00 

01 

02 

03 

04 

06|7 

0617 

067 

077 

08:7 

097 

107 

lli7 

127 

13;7 

1517 

167 



m 
43 
43 

43 
431 

42( 
421 
41 
41 
40 
40 
39 



A m 
a.m. 
17 



17 

18 

19 

20i7 

22|7 

23 7 



24 

25 



40 
06 
34 
06 
44 
29 
20 
18 
24 
82 
42 
63 
86ill 06 
85!pml9 



88 
88 
37 




1 
1 
2 
2 
8 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 



Sets. 



A m 
pm21 



84 
34 
33i 
82i 
31! 
301 
28 
27 
26 
25 
24 



22,10 



21 
20 
19 



36 
49 
03 
15 
17 
13 
58 
86 
07 
84 
58 
20 
43 
08 
34 



23 
24 
26 
26 
25 
20 
15 
03 
48 
20 
63 
22 
50 
18 
45 



Sun's 
Declina- 
tion 



Sun 

on 

Meridian. 



d's ! Upper 
Age '■ Transit ef 
INoon. Pole Star. 



// 



a.m. 
18 



63 
34 
27 
26 
80 
39 
48 
56 
03 
07 
10 



pm 14 
1 12 



N23 08 
22 69 
22 54 
22 48 
22 42 
22 36 
22 30 
22 28 
22 16 
22 08 
22 00 
21 61 
21 42 
21 33 
21 23 
21 14 
21 03 
20 53 
20 41 
20 30 
20 18 
20 06 
19 54 
19 41 
19 28 
19 15 
19 01 
18 47 
18 83 
18 18 
18 03 



A 

86112 
02112 
02 1 12 
40112 
53il2 
42112 
09^12 



11 
51 
07 
02 
37 
46 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



m a \days A 
08 41 122.0 6 

03 62!23.0 6 

04 03 24. 6 
04 14 25.0 6 
04 24 26. 6 
04 34 127. 0:6 
04 44128.0 6 
04 53129.0 6 



33|12 
67|12 
00!l2 
42(1? 
00!l2 



58 
35 
51 
62 
28 
43 
39 
16 
38 
37 
16 
38 
41 



06 02 
05 10 
05 18 
05 26 

05 33 

06 39 

05 46 

06 61 

05 56 

06 00 
06 04 
06 07 
06 



4.4 
5.4 
6.4 
7.4 
8.4 
9.4 
10.4 
11.4 
10 12.4 
06 12 13.4 
14 14.4 
16 16.4 



0.4 6 
1.46 
2.4 

O ' 



06 
06 



06 16 16. 4 



06 
06 



16 17.4 
14 18. •< 



06 13 19.4 
06 11 ,20.4 
06 08 21.4 
06 05 1 22. 4 



m I 

38 06 
34 10 
30 16 
26 20 
22 25 
18 30 
14 35 
10 40 
06 45 
02 50 
58 55 

50 00 

51 06 



47 

43 



10 
16 



89 20 
35 25 



31 
27 



30 
36 



24 40 
19 45 
15 50 
11 56 
08 00 
04 06 
00 10 
56 16 
52 20 
48 25 
44 30 
40 35 



.i i' 



L16] 



J. 



-A 



■r 
■« 



16 



AUGUST, 1888. [ Third Summer MonthM First 



Moo.v'a Phases. 



g 1 Eastkkn 
t< , .Standard 

Q Tl.MK. 



New Moon 7 

C) First Quarter 14 

O Full Moon 21 

9 Last Quarter I 29 



h 

i 1 
11 

9 



m 

21 pra 
44 am 
20 am 
18 am 



(^ Perigee 14 ' 7 00 am 

^ Apogee 1 28 I 8 00 am 



a 



1 

11 
21 



TittHight begint or ends. 



Toronto. | Qcbeec. 



Sehidiak. 



Pole Star. 



Beg. 

A.M. 



End. 

P.M. 



AM. 



h, m 
3 07 
3 26 
8 42 



h mh m 
9 41 2 12 
9 21 2 35 
8 59i2 56 



KDd. 

P.M. 



m 



Sun. 



„„ Polar 

"°°°- Distance, 



''Teateit | 

Klnnga- 

tion. 

Ut W».| 



9 32il5 4814 491 17 341 4^)41 
9 07il5 49 16 061 17 321 49 ,39 



i 42 16 51 15 3il 17 291 49 



60 i 



The Planets. 





AUGUST IST. 


AUGUST llTH. 


AUGUST 2l8T. 


Planet. 


RiseH. 


On 
Merld. 


Sets. 


Mer. 

Zyn. 
dist. 

28.3 
59 6 
63.7 
26.6 
49.9 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


! Mer. 

Sets. ! Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 1 . 
Merid. ' S'''^' 


Venus 


h m 
b\- a 
25;' 
2 10;> 
4 48o 
1026a 


h m 
31;. 

5 28;) 

6 64;) 
08;> 
4 09;; 


h m 
7 44 p 
10 31;) 
1138;) 
7 28;- 
961;) 


h m 
641 a 
010;) 
1 34p 
4 15 a 
9 49 a 


h m 
40;) 
611;) 
6 17;) 
1134 a 
331p 


A m! 
739p 31.6 
10 05;9 61.5 
1100;) 68.8 
6 62;) 27.0 
9 13;) 50.1 


A m 

6 OS a 

09;) 
58;, 
3 48 a 
912a 


h m h m 
48;) 7 28;) 

4 65;) 9 41/i 

5 40;) 10 22/. 
11 00a 016// 

253p\ 831/) 


Mars 


Jupiter 

Saturn 

Uranus 



.Mer 
Zen. 
diBt. 



36.0 

t>3.:3 

«4.0 

2,. 3 

50.2 



Note.— In tlie above Table a signifies a.m. and p p.m. 





D!»y o( 
Weeli. 


1 




TORONTO. 




ts. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 




Sun. 


Moon. 


Sun. 1 Moon. 


Sun's 

Declina- 

ti)n. 

/ // 


Sun Q 's 
on Age, 
.Meridian. Noon. 


Upiier 


1 


Rises. 
A in 


Sets. 
k m 


Rises. 
A m 


Se 


Rises. 
A w 


3ets. 1 Rises. 
h m h m 


Sets. 
A TO 


rr.insit of 
Pole Star 




h m s days 


km! 


1 


Wedoes... 


214 


07 


7 41 





07 


2 


38 


4 


27 


7 17 


a.m. 


2 12 


N17 48 32 


12 06 01 23.4 


1 30 40 


2 


Thursd'y 


215 


08 


7 40 


46 


3 


37 


4 


28 


7 16 


04 


8 14 


17 33 00 


12 05 57 


24.4 


I 32 45 


3 


Friday... 


216 


') 09 


7 39 


1 


23 


4 


34 


4 


29 


7 16 


40 


4 11 


17 17 11 


12 05 52 25.4 


t 28 50 


4 


Saturd'y. 


217 


■y 10 


7 38 


2 


06 


5 


29 


4 


30 


7 13 


1 23 


6 06 


17 01 10 


12 05 47 26.4 


1 24 55 


5 


SUND'Y. 


218 


5 11 


7 36 


2 


65 


6 


20 


4 


31 


7 12 


2 12 


5 67 


16 44 47 


12 05 41 27.4 


4 21 00 


6 


Monday.. 


219 


12 


7 35 


3 


61 


7 


06 


4 


32 


7 11 


a 08 


6 43 


16 28 09 


12 05 34 28. 4 


1 17 05 


7 


Tuesday, 


220 


5 13 


7 34 


4 


62 


7 


46 4 


33 


7 10 


4 11 


7 21 


16 11 19 


12 05 27:r:9.4 


4 13 10 


8 


SVednes. . 


221 


5 14 


7 32 


5 


69 


8 


23 i 


3o 


7 08 


6 19 


7 67 


16 54 08 


12 05 19 


0.9 


4 09 15 


9 


Thursd'y 


222 


16 


7 31 


7 


07 


8 


54 




37 


7 06 


6 29 


8 26 


16 36 42 


12 05 10 


1.9 4 05 20 


10 


Friday... 


223 


5 17 


7 29 


8 


18 


9 


26 




38 


7 04 


7 42 


8 65 


16 19 06 


12 05 01 


2. 9 4 01 25 


11 


Saturd'y. 


224 


18 


7 28 


9 


28 


9 


54 




39 


7 02 


8 55 


9 21 


15 01 10 


12 04 52 


3. 9 8 57 30 


12 


SUND'V. 


225 


5 19 


7 27 


10 


41 


10 


26 




41 


7 00 


10 10 


9 50 


14 43 00 


12 04 42 


4. 9 3 53 34 


13 Monday.. 


226 


5 21 


7 25 


11 


61 


11 


06 




42 


6 69 


11 22 


10 27 


14 24 40 


12 04 31 


5. 9 .3 40 39 


14 Tuesday. 


227 


22 


7 23 


Pl 


05 11 


34 


4 


44 


6 67 


pm39 


10 64 


14 06 02 


12 04 20 


6. 9 3 45 44 


15 \Vedne3... 


228 


2:3 


7 21 


2 


IV a. 


m. 




4b 


6 66 


1 52 


11 33 


13 47 15 


12 04 08 


7.9 3 41 49 


16 


Thursd'y 


229 


5 24 


7 20 


3 


26 





15 




46 


6 54 


3 03 


a.m. 


13 28 10 


12 03 56 


8. 9 3 ,37 54 


17 


iday... 


280 


3 25 


7 19 


4 


30 


1 


03 




48 


6 62 


4 07 


20 


13 08 66 


12 03 43 


9. V) 33 59 


iSSiturd'y 


231 


5 26 


7 17 


5 


2/ 


1 


5/ 




49 


6 60 


6 04 


1 14 


12 49 26 


12 03 29 


10.9 3 30 04 


19SUNU'y. 


232 


5 27 


7 16 


6 


16 


2 


694 


50 


6 49 


6 52 


2 16 


12 29 48 


12 03 16 


1 1 . ',) 3 2(i 09 


20 Monday.. 


283 


5 28 


7 14 


« 


57 


3 


044 61 


6 47 


6 32 


3 21 


12 09 54 


12 08 01 


12.93 22 14 


21 Tuesday. 


284 


6 29 


7 12 


7 


31 


b 


11 




62 


6 45 


7 06 


4 31 


11 49 58 


12 02 46 


13.9 3 18 10 


22 Wednes .. 


235 


5 30 


7 11 


8 


02 


6 


17 




53 


6 43 


7 33 


6 39 


11 29 35 


12 02 31 


14.9 3 14 23 


23 


Thursd'y 


236 


5 32 


7 09 


8 


29 


< 


21 




54 


6 41 


7 58 


6 45 


11 09 12 


12 02 16 


15.93 10 28 


24 


Friday... 


287 


5 83 


7 07 


8 


55 


8 


26 




66 


6 40 


8 22 


7 52 


10 48 33 


12 01 59 


1 6. 9 3 00 33 


26 


Saturd'y 


988 


5 34 


J 05 


9 


21 


y 


28 




5V 


6 38 


8 46 


8 66 


10 27 49 


12 01 42 


17.93 02 38 


26 


SUND'Y. 


289 


.) 35 


7 03 


9 


47 10 


29 




5S 


6 36 


9 10 


9 69 


10 06 56 


12 01 26 


18.92 58 43 


27 


Monday.. 


240 


5 36 


7 02 


10 


13 


11 


28 




59 


6 34 


9 33 


11 00 


9 45 45 


12 01 08 


19.9 2 51 48 


28 


Tuenday. 


241 


5 38 


7 00 


10 43 


pm30 


*•' 


00 


6 32 


10 02 


pmOl 


9 24 32 


12 00 51 


20. 9 2 50 53 


29 


Wednes . 


242 


5 39 


6 59 


11 


18 


1 


26 


5 


01 


6 30 


10 35 


1 01 


9 03 04 


12 00 33 


21.9 2 40 58 


80 


Thursd'y 


243 


5 40 


6 57 


11 


68 


2 


24 


5 


03 


6 23 


11 15 


2 01 


8 41 32 


12 00 14 


22. 9 2 43 03 


81 


Friday ... 


244 


5 41 


6 65 


a. 


m. 


3 


20 


5 


05 


6 27 


a.m. 


2 57 


8 19 51 


11 59 65 


23.9 


2 39 08 



[16J 



26' 

I2i 



i Summer MonthM First Fall Month.'] SEPTEMBER, 1888. 



17 



lAH. 



Pole Star. 



„ , Oreatpst 

I I-at 45».i 



4 49.1 17 34 1 49 42 
6 051 17 321 49 391 
6 311 17 291 49 ul 



Moon's Phases. 


s 
<S 

6 
12 
20 

28 

9 
25 


EASTERN 

STANDAUD 

TIMK. 


00 

< 

,5 


ISoilight begini or ends. 


SiMlDIAM. 


Pole Star. 




A m 

11 66 pm 
6 00 pm 
24 am 
3 30am 

6 00 am 
3 00 am 


TOKONTO. 


QUSBKC. 




Polar 
Distanne. 


Greatest 


1 New Moon 

1 First Quarter .... 
Q Full Moon .... 
|Lft8t Quarter 

( Perigee 

/f Anoffee 


Beg. End. 

A.M. P.M. 

h mh m 
4 00|8 36 
4 16|8 14 
4 28i7 64 


Beg. 

A.M. 

A m 
i 17 
3 34 
3 50 


End. 

P.M 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Elouga- 

tiou. 

Ut. 45°. 


1 
11 

21 


^ „,////// / //\o f // 

8 1615 54 16 121 17 26|i 49 31 
7 6115 56 16 14'l 17 221 49 26 
7 27115 5914 591 17 Iflll 49 'i1 





















The Planets. 



AUGUST 21 ST. 



. 


On 
Merid. 


Mer 
Sets. Zen. 

dist, 


t 

a 

P 

P 
a 

a 


A m 
48/) 
4 55/) 
6 40/) 
11 00 a 
2 53/) 


h m ~ 
1 28 p 36.0 
9 41;) 63,3 
10 22 /< 64,0 
G16/, 2,,3 
8 34f 5fi.2 



Nahk or 


SEPTEMBER 1st. 


SEPTEMBER llTU. 


SEPTEMBER 2lBT. 


Planet. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 

40.0 
64.0 
63.0 
26 3 
49.1 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


M«r. 

Sets. Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 

A m 
1 06/) 
417/) 
3 64/) 
9 12 a 
67/) 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zun, 
dist. 


Venus 


A m 
6 38 a 
1159 a 
016/) 
310a 
8 23 a 


A m 
54/) 

4 40/) 

5 02/) 
10 22 a 

2 12/) 


A m 
711/) 
921/) 
9 46/) 
6 34/) 
10 48/) 


A m 
; 03 a 
1164a 
1144 a 
2 36 a 
7 59 a 


A m 
100/) 
4 28/) 
4 27/) 
9 47 a 
134/) 


A m i J, 
58/) 4o 
9 01/) 65.6 
9 10/) 63.3 
4 58/)i26.6 
10 10/) 49.3 


A m 
7 28 a 
1160a 
11 13 a 
2 03 a 
7 23 a 


A m 
6 44/) 
8 44/) 
8 35/) 
421/? 
931/) 


60 


\lgrg 


67.8 
63 6 


Jupiter 


Saturn 

Uranus 


26.9 
49.6 



Note.— lu the above Table a signifies a.m. and;) i'.m. 



CANADA. 



Sun fl'g 

on Age, 

leridian. Noon. 



m 8 
06 01 
05 57 
05 52 

05 47 

06 41 
05 34 
05 27 

05 19 

06 10 
05 01 
04 52 
04 42 
04 31 
04 20 
04 08 
03 56 
03 43 
03 29 
03 15 
03 01 
02 46 
02 31 
02 15 
01 69 
01 42 
01 26 
01 08 
00 51 
00 33 
00 14 
59 65 



Upppr 
rr.ineit of | 
Pole Star 



days 

23'. 4 

24.4 

25.4 

26.4 

27.4 

28.4 

r:9. 4 

0.9 

1.94 

2.9 4 

3.9 8 

4.9 8 

5.9 3 

6.9 3 

7.9 3 

8.9 3 

9. \t 8 

10.9 3 

11.93 

12.93 

13.9 3 

14.9 3 

15.93 

16.93 

17.93 

18.92 

19.9 2 

20. 9 2 

21.9 2 

22.9 2 

23.92 



I 
1 

I 28 
I 



1 

I 17 

1 

t 



m g 

36 40 

32 45 
28 50 
24 55 

21 00 

17 05 

13 10 
on 15 

05 20 

01 25 

57 30 
53 34 

40 39 

45 44 

41 49 

37 51 

33 59 
30 04 
26 09 

22 14 

18 10 

14 23 
10 28 

06 33 

02 38 

58 43 
51 48 
50 53 

46 58 
43 03 
39 08 



I Day of 
'i Week. 



llSaturd'y. 

2,SUND'Y 
3:Monday . 
iTuesday. 
5 Wedues... 
fiThursd'y 
"Friday... 
S'Saturd'y 
9SUND'Y. 

lO'Monday . 

lI|Tuesday. 

12;Wedne8... 

lathursd'y 

H Friday ... 

loSaturd'y 

leSlJNDT. 

n. Monday . 

ISTuesday 

inVedues... 

20'Thur8d'y 

2l|Friday... 

223aturd'y. 

23SaND'Y. 

24 \londay . 

25 Tuesday. 

26 Wednes . 
2"Thur8d'y 
28 Friday.. 
29ciaturd'y 
30'SUND'Y, 



246 
246 
247 
248 
249 
250 
251 
252 
253 
254 
265 
266 
257 
268 
259 
260 
261 
262 



TORONTO. 



Sun. 



Rises 



m 
42 
43 
44 
46 
46 
47 
48 
49 
60 
62 
63 
64 
6 66 
t 67 

5 58 

6 69 
6 00 
6 01 

26316 02 



264 
266 
266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 
273 
274 



6 03 
6 04 
6 05 
6 07 
6 08 
6 09 
6 10 
6 11 
6 12 
6 14 
6 16 



Sots. 



53 
51 

60 
•6 48 
'6 46 
6 44 
!6 42 
6 40 
6 39 
6 37 
6 35 
6 33 
6 31 
6 30 
6 28 
6 26 
6 24 
6 23 
6 21 
ti 
6 



Moos. 



Rises. 



A m 

43 

1 36 

2 36 

3 41 

4 50 

6 02 

7 14 

8 28 

9 •i3 
10 56 
pm09 



19 
24 
24 
12 
66 
32 



19 

6 16; 

6 13; 
6 11] 
6 10' 
6 08' 



6 03 
6 31 

6 56 

7 23 

7 47 

8 13 
8 43 



16 
53 



6 06; 10 85 
6 04 11 23 



6 03, 
6 Oil 



a.m 
18 



3ets. 



m 
11 
59 
41 
19 



6 53 

7 24 

7 55 

8 26 

8 69 

9 33 
10 13 

10 69 

11 50 
a.m 
50 



62 

68 
04 
09 



yUliUEC 



Sun. 



Rises. Sets. 



6 14 



16 
16 



9 17 

10 17 

11 17 
pml3 

1 10 

2 02 

2 61 

3 34 



m 
06 
08 
09 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
16 
18 
19 
20 
22 
24 
25 
26 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
35 
86 
37 
88 
39 
40 
42 
44 



m 
25 
23 
20 
IS 
17 
15 
13 
11 
09 
07 
05 
03 
01 
69 
67 
55 
53 
51 
49 
47 
45 
43 
41 
39 
37 
36 
33 
31 
29 
27l 



Moon. 



Rises. Sets 



A m 
01 
63 



62 
00 
10 
26 



6 39 



56 
13 



10 28 

11 40 
pm 56 



01 
01 
49 
31 
06 
36 
6 01 
6 23 

6 48 

7 11 

7 36 

8 03 

8 34 

9 10 
9 52 

10 40 

11 36 
a.m. 



CANADA. 



Sun's 
Declina- 
tion. 



h m 

3 48 

4 36 

5 17 

5 63 

6 25 

6 54 

7 22 

7 51 

8 21 

8 54 

9 31 

10 16 

11 07 
a.m 

07 

1 09 

2 17 

3 25 

4 32 

5 39j 

6 43INO 

7 458 

8 491 

9 51 

10 52 

11 60 
pm 47 

1 39 

2 28 

3 11 



N7 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
5 
6 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 




68 
36 
14 
61 
29 
07 
44 
21 
69 
36 
13 
60 
27 
04 
41 
17 
54 
31 
08 
46 
21 
01 
26 
48 
12 
35 
59 
22 
60 
08 



Sun j Q's 

on j Age 

.Meridian. Noon 



'' A 
03 11 

06; 1 1 

Ollll 
48 11 
29,11 
03111 
32 11 



64 
12 
24 
31 
84 
33 



29 1 1 
20ill 
09,11 
56|ll 
39! 1 1 
2){ll 
02^11 
3S11 
43 11 
0611 

30 11 
6411 
1811 



41 
14 



26 11 
4411 



m 
59 
59 



s ! days 
37i24. 9 
18 25.9 
68 58126.9 
58 39 27.9 
19,28.9 
59, 0.5 
39' 
18 
58) 
37; 
16 



58 
57 
57 
67 
56 
56 
56 



63 
53 
62 
62 



51 
61 
50 



1.5 
2.5 
3.6 
4.5 1 



Upper 
Transit o 
Pole Star 



65 561 
65 341 



13| 

52' 



65 
54 
54 
54 09 

53 4^ 



5.6 
6.5 
7.6 
8.6 
9.5 



3010.5 
11.5 
12.5 
13.6 
14.6 
16.5 



05 
44 
24 



52 03 
61 42 



21 
00 
41 



60 21 
50 04 
49 42 



I6.6!l 



17.6 
18.6 
19.6 
20.6 
21.5 
22.5 
23.6 
24. 6 



m s 

35 12 

31 16 

27 21 

23 25 

19 30 

15 84 

11 39 

07 43 

03 48 
59 52 
55 57 

52 01 

48 06 
44 10 

40 16 

36 19 

32 24 

28 28 

24 33 

20 38 

16 42 

12 47 

08 51 

04 56 
01 00 
57 05 

53 09 

49 14 
46 18 

41 22 



L17J 




1^ 



5, 



18 



OCTOBER, 1888. 



[Second Fall Montt 



MooN'a Phases. 



New Moon... 
C) First Quarter 
O Full Moon... 
(jjl Laut Quarter 



(J Perigee 
^ Apogee 






EASTERN 

STANDARD 

TlMK. 



6 
12 
19 
27 

7 
22 



34 am 
29 am 
09 pm 
56 pm 



2 00 am 
6 00 pm 



Twilight btgins or ends. 



I- 



1 
11 
21 



Toronto. 


Quebec. 


Bio. 


End. 


Beg. 


End. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


h m 


h in 


A m 


h m 


4 41 


7 34 


4 04 


7 07 


4 53 


7 16 


4 18 


6 47 


5 05 


7 00 


4 32 


6 29 



Semidiam. 



Pole Xtau. 



Sun. 



// 



' Oreaui 
,,.„„ , Polar Klongji 
Moo»- i Distance, tlon 
I-at. m 



// o 



//o 



16 01 16 39 
16 04 16 01 
16 07 14 46 



1 17 151 49 l| 
1 17 11 1 4!) l| 

1 17 081 49 



The Planets. 



Name OF 
Planet. 



OCTOBEK IST. 



OCTOBEK llTH. 



OCTOBEK i!l8T. 



Rise*. 



I h m 

Venus ! 7 54 a 

Mars jll45a 

Jupiter 10 41 a 

Saturn : 1 29 a 

Uranus 6 47 o 



On 
Merld. 



h m 
1 12p 
4 08p 
S21p 
10 37 a 
21p 



Sets. 



Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 



h m 
6 31;> 
8 30;? 
801/> 
3 45p 



o 
65 



Rises. 



h m 
8 20 a 
67.8lll40a 
64.01010 a 



27.2 



8u4j9!49.8 



54 a 
611a 



On 
Merid. 



h m 
120/) 
3 59 JO 
2 49/> 
8 01 a 
1144 a 



Seta. 

h m 

6 20p 
8 18p 

7 28jD 
3 08;> 

8 17jo 



.Mer. 
Z*n. 
dlHt. 



59.6 
68.5 
64.3 
27.4 
50.0 



RilM. 



h m 

8 47 a 
11 34a 

9 41a 
019a 
5 35 a 



On 
Merld. 



h m 
130p 
3 52/' 
•2\Sp 
7 2b a 
11 06 a 



Sets. 



Mutl 

Zeal 

dislj 

h m 

QUp 63,' 
8 09/) G8,' 

6 55j)64.l 
2 31/>27 

7 37/) 50 



Note. — In the above Table a signifies a.m. and p p.m. 



S 



OS 

p 



Day of 
Week. 



1 Monday . 

2 Tuesday. 

3 Wednes... 

4 Thursd'y 
6 Friday.... 

6 Saturd'y. 

7 SUND'Y. 

8 Monday . 

9 Tuesday. 

10 Wednes. . 

11 Thursd'y 

12 Friday.... 

13 Saturd'y. 

14 SUND'Y. 

15 Monday 

16 Tuesday 

17 Wednes... 

18 Thursd'y 

19 Friday... 

20 Saturd'y 

21 SUND'Y. 

22 Monday 

23 Tuesday. 

24 Wednes.. 

25 Thursd'y 

26 Friday... 

27 Saturd'y. 

28 SUND'Y. 

29 Monday . 

30 Tuesday. 

31 Wednes. . 



TORONTO. 



QUEBEC. 



Sun. 



Rises. 



276 
276 
277 
278 
279 
280 
281 
282 
283 
284 
285 
286 
287 
288 
289 
290 
291 
292 
293 
294 
295 
296 
297 
298 
299 
300 
301 
302 
303 
804 
805 



m 
16 
17 
18 
20 
21 
22 
23 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
37 
38 
39 
40 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
48 
49 
60 
51 
53 



Sets. 



Moon. 



Sun. 



Moon. 



CANADA. 



Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. Kises. Sets. 



m 
69 
57 
66 
64 

6i; 

60 
4b 
4t 
46 
43 
41 
39 
37 
36 
34 
Z2 
30 
29 
28 
26 
24 
23 
22 
20 
19 
17 
16 
15 
13 
12 
11 



;« 
21 
28 
39 
51 
0(. 
21 

8 38 

9 64 
11 09 
pm 18 



21 
13 
57 
34 
07 
33 
00 
24 
49 
16 

6 48 

7 14 

7 50 

8 29 

9 16 

10 

11 06 
a m 

08 

1 16 

2 25 



m 
14 
49 
21 
51 
28 
545 
29,5 
0815 
54|5 
4615 
426 
46;6 
a.m. 16 
526 
666 
01 6 
036 
0716 
086 



0716 
09!6 
086 
06|6 
03 6 
566 
pm47 6 



31 
10 
46 
18 
49 



771 

46 

47 

48 

50 

61 

62 

64 

56 

57 

58 

00 

02 

03 

04 

05 

06 

07 

09 

10 

12 

13 

14 

16 

18 

19 

20 

21 

23 

24 

26 

28 



m 
39 
48 
01 
16 
33 
60 



8 10 

9 28 

10 46 

11 64 
pm58 



m 
25 
23 
21 
19 
18 
16 
14 
12 
10 
08 
06 
04 
02 
00 
58 
66 
66 
64 
62 
60 
48 
46 
44 
42 
41 
39 
37 
36 

83 a.m 
32 36 
311 1 48 

"[181 



60 
33 
08 
39 
04 
29 
61 
13 
37 
03 
33 
07 
4t. 



8 32 

9 24 

10 22 

11 27 



m 
49 
22 
62 
20 
64 
18 

6 60 

7 27 

8 11 

9 02 
9 69 

11 06 
a.m. 
10 



Sun's 
Declina- 
tion. 



32 
66 
18 
41 
04 
27 
50 
13 
36 



G 59 



16 
23 
28 
34 
37 



6 38 

7 41 

8 42 

9 42 

10 40 

11 33 
pm22 

1 08 

1 46 

2 19 

2 60 

3 19 



7 21 

7 44 

8 06 
8 29 

8 61 

9 13 
9 36 
9 67 

10 18 

10 40 

11 01 
11 22 

11 43 

12 04 
12 26 

12 45 

13 06 
13 26 

13 46 

14 OP 
14 24 



// 
03 
18 
31 
40 
46 
50 
48 
43 
31 
13 
51 
23 
49 
05 
16 
21 
16 
03 
42 
10 
28 
37 
37 
27 
05 
32 
47 
48 
39 
16 
38 



Sun 

on 

Meridian. 



d's ! Upper 
Age TraDfitol 
Noon.iPoleStatT 



h 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
U 
11 
11 
11 
11 



m I 

49 23 
49 06 
48 47 
48 28 
48 11 
47 54 
47 37 
47 20 
47 04 
46 49 
46 34 
46 19 
46 06 
46 62 

45 39 

46 26 
45 16 
45 03 
44 58 
44 43 
44 34 
44 26 
44 17 
44 10 
44 03 
43 57 
43 52 
43 48 
43 45 



dayi: 

25.5' 

26.5] 

27.61 

28.6 

29.6 

1.1 

2.1 

3.1 

4.1 

5.1 

6.1 

7.1 

8.1 

9.1 

10.1 

11.1 

12.1 

13.1 

14.1 

16.1 

16.1 

17.1 

18.1 

19.1 

20.1 

21.1 

22.1 

23.1 

24.1 



43 42 
43 40 



25.1 
26.1 



h m f I 

37 2f 

33 3i 

2938 

25 40 

21 ii 

017 49 

! 013 03 

: 0957| 

, 06 021 

i 2 
11 65 1 J 

116411 
115018 
11146 2;^ 
1142 28 
11138 30 
1134 34 
113038 
1126 421 
1122 46 
1118 501 
1114 54| 
1110 5S 
1107021 
ll030ft| 
10 5910J 
1055111 
,10 51181 
! 10 47 221 
10 432&I 
10 393»| 
llO 36341 



cond Fall MontlU ^*^^ -^^^^ Month.'] 



NOVEMBER, 1888. 



19 



lAM. : Pen ViiR, 




tlon. 
Ut. 4.5«1 



/ //o / 

5 39 1 17 151 49 1 

6 01 1 17 11 1 49 l| 

4 46 1 17 081 49 



MOON'y PUASES. 



■< 

o 



KASTKKN 

bXANUARU 

TIME. 



A 

7 

11 

10 





m 

02 pm 
16 am 
16 am 
21pm 



I" 

A 



Beg. 

AM. 



End. 

P.M. 



Beg. 

A.M. 



End. 

P.M. 



I New Moon 3 

I First Quarter 10 

0Full Moon 18 

1 1 Last Quarter 26 

i 

J Perigee 4 10 00am 

([Apogee 18 jlO 00pm 21 i6 4016 29i5 llj6 53 



1 
11 



Twilight begins or ends. 



Toronto, j Quebec. 



h m\h m\h m h m 
5 18:6 46 4 46 6 18 
5 30i6 36^4 58 6 03 



Semidiam. 



Sun. 



Moon. 



PoLi! Star. 





Oreateiit 


Polar 


Elonga- 


Distance. 


tion. 




Ut. 45° 



/ 


// / 


// 


16 


1016 


28 


16 


1216 


25 


16 


14114 


48 



/ // o / // 

1 17 03 1 48 59 
1 17 001 48 54 
1 16 67 I 48 49 



'-ft-. 



OCTOBEK l!l8t. 



The Planets. 



Bets. 



Zeal 

aistj 

A m 7" 

6 14;. 63.- 

8 09 p 08.1 

6 55 p- 64.1 
2 31jt>l!: 

7 37/) 50.^ 





CANADA. 


Sun 


(['» 


Upper 


on 


Ag. 


Tr«D8ito 


IVteridian. 


Noon. 
daf/t 


Pole Star 


h m t 


h m t 


1 49 23 


2b. b 


37 2 


1 49 06 


26.6 


33 3: 


1 48 47 


27.5 


29 3 


1 48 28 


28.5 


254( 


1 48 11 


29.6 


214 


1 47 64 


1.1 


0174 


1 47 37 


2.1 


013 5 


1 47 20 


3.1 


0957 


1 47 04 


4.1 


06 (i: 


1 46 49 


6.1 


i 


1 46 34 


6.1 


11641' 


1 46 19 


7.1 


11501! 


1 46 06 


8.1 


1146 2! 


1 46 52 


9.1 


1142 28 


1 46 39 


10.1 


1138 30 


1 45 26 


11.1 


1134 34 


1 46 16 


12.1 


113038 


1 45 03 


13.1 


112642 


1 44 63 


14.1 


1122 46 


1 44 43 


15.1 


111850 


1 44 34 


16.1 


111454 


1 44 26 


17. 1111058| 


1 44 17 


18.1 


1107 02 


1 44 10 


19.1 


110306 


1 44 03 


20.1 


10 5910 


1 43 67 


21.1 


10 5514 


1 43 62 


22.1 


106118 


1 48 48 


23.1 


10 47 22 


I 43 46 


24.1 


10 4326 


I 43 42 


26.1 


10 3930 


1 43 40 


26.1 


10 35 34 



Name or 


NOVEMBER Isi. 


NOVEMBER 11th. 


NOVEMBER 2l8T. 


Planet. 


Hises. 


On 
Merid. 


Seta. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dlst. 

66.6 
68.5 
66.1 
27.9 
60.6 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 

6°8 3 
67.8 
65.4 
28.0 
50.7 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 

A m 

6 30/7 

7 69/) 
5 16/7 
032/7 
641/7 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


A m 

9 15rt 
1126 a 

9 09 a 
11 35/7 

4 66 a 


A 771 

144/7 
3 45/7 
1 44/7 
6 44 a 
10 26 a 


A m 
612/7 
8 03/7 
619/7 
150/7 
6 66/7 


A m 

9 'ST a 
11 16a 

8 40 a 
10 68/7 

419a 


A m 
158/7 
3 38/7 

1 14/7 

6 07 a 
9 48 a 


A m 
618/7 
8 00/7 

5 47/7 

111/7 

6 18/7 


A m 

9 55 a 
1104 a 

8 12 a 
1021/) 

3 43 a 


A m 

2 12/7 

3 32/7 
OMp 
5 28 a 
912 a 


6°8 8 


\larg 


66.7 


Jupiter 

Saturn 

[Iranus 


65.6 
27.9 
60.9 



Day of ■ ^ 



Week. 



1 Thursd'y 306 

2 Friday.. .1307 

3 Saturday 308 
4SUND'y.309 

5 Monday. 310 

6 Tuesday. 311 
" \Vednes...:312 
8ThurBd'y313 
9 Friday. ..'314 

10 Saturday 316 
118UND'Y.,316 
12 Monday. 317 

13 Tuesday. !318 

14 \Vedne8...{319 
ISThursd'y 320 

16 Friday ...321 

17 Saturday 322 
18SUNDT.323 
19 Monday. 324 
20 Tuesday. 326 
21 Wednes... 326 
22Thur3d'y!32 

23 Friday ...,328 

24 Saturday 329 
25SUND'Y.J330 
26 Monday. 331 

27 Tuesday. 1332 

28 Wednes.. ,333 
29Tliur8d'y334 
30,Friday...:836 



TORONTO. 



Sun. 



Rises. Sets. 



mh 
65 6 
565 
58 5 
595 
005 
026 
036 
046 
06 4 
064 
084 
0914 
114 
12i4 
134 
144 
164 
16 4 
18 4 
194 
20 4 

22 4 

23 4 
244 
25 4 
264 
274 
2814 
304 
3l|4 



m 
09 
08 
07 
05 
04 
02 
01 



Moon. 



Risen. Sets. 



m, 
39 
63 
10 
28 



A 

4 

4 

6 

6 

6 

7 

8 

00'pm09 9 

"10 

11 



8 46 

10 03 

11 06 



69 
68 
67 
56 
55 
64 
63 

f^ 
51' 

50 

49 

49 

48 

47 

46 

46 



57 



37 
10 
39 
06 
81 
56 
20 
47 
17 
49 



m 
18 
51 
23 
00 
43 
34 
31 
33 
41 
47 



a.m. 
52 



6 28 

7 11 

8 00 

8 55 

9 50 
45ill 00 
45' a.m. 
44 05 
44 1 16 
43 2 26 
43 3 41 



66 
58 
01 
00 
01 
00 
59 
57 
53 
41 
29'7 
pml0 7 
47 7 



1 
2 
4 

6 
6 
7 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



QUEBEC. 



Son. 



Moon. 



Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. 



m 
SO 
31 
32i4 
334 
36i4 
36i4 
3814 
39:4 
41I4 



m 
29 
28 
27 
26 
24 
22 



20 10 
1911 



m 

04: 
21 i 

40i 
02i 
221 
40 
47 
45! 



m 
46 
16 
45 
20 
01 



19 
49 
18 

40 
17 



434 
444 

46j4 
46|4 
484 
504 
5l!4 
624 
544 
55i4 
57'4 
58;4 
69'4 
00; 4 
024 
044 
0614 
07 4 



18 pm 34 



08 
09 
10 



1 
1 

2 

2 

2 

8 

3 

4 

4 

5 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
0310 
0211 
01 a.m. 
01 40 
00 1 63 
00| 8 lU 

[19] 



17 
16 
14 
13 
12 
11 
10 
09 
08 
07 
06 
06 
05 
04 
03 



12 
44 

10 
35 
58 
20 
43 
08 
36 
06 
45 
28 
17 
12 
14 
20 
27 



6 61 

7 48 

8 60 

9 58 
11 07 

a.m. 
14 



1 19 

2 22 

3 29 



30 
33 
34 
36 



CANADA. 



8 34 

9 30 

10 20 

11 06 
11 47 
pm 22 

52 

1 20 

1 47 

2 12 
2 41 



Sun's 




Sun 


a '8 


Upper 


Declina- 




on 


Age 


Transit of 


tion. 


Meridian. 


Noon. 
dai/t 


Pole Star 


/ // 


A 


m s 


A m « 


814 43 48 




43 89 


27. 1 


10 81 38 


16 02 43 




43 39 


28.1 


10 27 42 


15 21 24 


1 1 


43 89 


29.1 


10 28 46 


16 89 48 




48 41 


0.7 


1019 49 


16 57 57 




48 44 


1.7 


1016 63 


16 16 61 




43 47 


2.7 


101156 


16 88 30 




43 61 


3.7 


10 08 00 


16 60 61 




48 55 


4.7 


10 04 04 


17 07 54 




44 01 


6.7 


10 00 07 


17 24 39 




44 07 


6.7 


9 6611 


17 41 06 11 


44 16 


7.7 


9 62 14 


17 57 1611 


44 23 


8.7 


9 48 18 


18 13 07 11 


44 32 


9.7 


9 44 22 


18 28 38 




44 41 


10.7 


9 .0 26 


18 43 49 




44 52 


11.7 


9 36 29 


18 58 40 




46 03 


12.7 


9 82 33 


19 13 11 




46 16 


13.7 


9 28 36 


19 27 22 




46 19 


14.7 


9 24 40 


19 41 11 




46 43 


16.7 


9 20 44 


19 54 39 11 


46 57 


16.7 


9 16 46 


20 07 44 11 


46 12 


17.7 


9 12 50 


20 20 28 11 


46 29 18. 7 


9 08 64 


20 32 49 


11 


46 47 19. 7 


9 04 67 


20 44 48 


11 


47 03 20. 7 


9 0101 


20 66 23 11 


47 23 


21.7 


8 57 06 


21 07 3611 


47 42 


22. 7 


8 68 08 


21 18 24 


11 


48 02 


23.7 


8 49 12 


21 28 48 


11 


48 23 


24.7 


8 46 16 


21 88 4811 


48 46 


26.7 


84119 


21 48 21 


11 


49 07 


26.7 


8 87 23 



Mi, 



! Ill 



f 



I 



20 



DECEMBER, 1888. [First Winter Month. 



Moon's Phasu. 



^ New Moon ... 
^ First Quarter 
O Full Moon .... 
9 Last Quarter 

<t Perigee 

(^ Apogee 

(t Perigee 






KASTF.BN 

8TANDAKD 

TlMR. 



3 
10 
18 
26 

2 

15 
31 



h 

5 

1 

6 

1 

11 

11 

10 



m 

06 am 
46 am 
41 am 
00 am 
00 pm 
00 pm 
00 am 






1 

11 
21 



Twilight begini or endt. 



Toronto. 



Beg. 

A.M. 



h m 
6 60 

5 09 

6 05 



Ead 

P.M. 



QCEBIO. 



A.M. 



h m h m 
6 26 6 22 
6 26|6 31 
6 2816 38 



End. 

P.M. 



SCMIDIAM. 



Sun. 



n m ' 'f 
5 47 16 16 
5 48.16 17 



Moon. 



PoLi Star. 



Polar 
Distance. 



/ // o 

16 40|l 
15 04 1 



16 64 
16 61 



5 51 16 18115 05 1 16 4f 



QrMteat 
Klnng). 

tint). 
I-«t. 45°. 



1 48 45 
1 48 40 
1 48 37 



The Planets. 



NAM! or 


DECEMBER iBT. 


DECEMBER llTH. 


DECEMBER 'ilsT. 




Planit. 


RUes. 


Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


^"^- M^d. 


Sets. 


.Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 

66 1 
(i3.4 
66.2 
28.0 
61 3 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 
A 771 

7 34/) 

8 03/- 

3 44/) 
10 86 a 

4 46/) 


•Mer 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
10 07o 
10 61a 
7 43 a 
9 42/> 
3 06 a 


h m 

2 26/) 

3 25/? 
14/) 

4 49 a 
8 34 a 


A m 

6 46/? 

7 69/? 
4 45/) 

11 64 a 
6 02/? 


68.6 
66.3 
66.0 
28.0 
61.1 


A 771 A 771 

10 09 a 2 39/) 

1034a 316/? 

7 16all46a 

901/? 410a 

2 29 a, 7 56o 


A 771 

7 10/) 
801// 
415/) 
11140 
6 23/) 


A m 
10 06 a 
10 16 a 

(J46a 

8 20/? 

151a 


A 771 

2 50/) 

3 10/) 
11 15o 

3 30o 

7 18 a 


63.3 
610 
66 4 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


97 n 


Uranus 


51 4 







Note.— In the above Table a signifles a.m. and p p.m. 



, 1 


Day or 
Week. 




Toronto. | 


QUEBEC. 1 


CANADA. 


ii 
^ 


Sun. 


MOON. 


Sun. 




Moon. 


Sun's 
Deciina- 




Sun 1 C's 
on ' Acre 


Upper 


^ 














[ 


Transit of 


1 


^ 


Rises. Sets. 
A TTiA m 


Rises. 

A 771 


Sets. 
A m 


Rises. 

A 771 


Sets. 
A m 


Rises. ! Sets. 
A m h 771 


tion. 


Meridian. Noon. 


I'oleStar. 




/ // 


A 


77» 3 days 


h m t 


I Saturd'y. 


336 


7 32 4 42 


4 68 


3 61 


7 12 


3 61' 


4 


30 3 13 


S 21 67 31 


11 


49 30 27.7 


8 33 27 


1 


SQND'Y. 


337 


7 33 4 42 6 15 


4 32 


7 13 


3 5! 


5 


49 3 61 


22 06 15 


11 


49 64 28.7 


8 29 31 


a 


.Monday . 


338 


7 34 4 42 7 33 


6 19 


7 14 


3 59 


7 


10 4 36 


22 14 34 


11 


50 18 0.8 


8 25 34 


4 


Tuesday. 


339 


7 364 42' 8 49 


6 12 


7 16 


3 58 


8 


20 5 29 


22 22 21 


11 


60 43 1.3 


8 21 37 


6 


Wednes... 


340 


7 36 4 42 9 54 


7 15 


7 16 


3 58 


9 


32 6 31 


22 29 53 


11 


61 08 2.3 


8 17 41 


fll 


Thursd'y 


341 


7 37 4 42 10 61 


8 23 


7 17 


3 68 


10 


28 7 40 


22 36 54 


11 


61 34 3.3 


8 13 44 


7 


Friday... 


342 


7 38 4 42 11 36 


9 32 


7 18 


3 58 


11 


11 8 51 


22 43 28 


11 


52 00 4. 3 


8 09 47 


8 


Saturd'y 


34317 39 4 42 pm 12 


10 41 


7 19 


3 58 


11 


45 10 01 


22 49 34 


11 


52 27 


5.3 


8 05 61 


9 


SUND'Y. 


34417 40 4 42i 42 


11 48 


7 20 


3 68 


pm 


1411 11 


22 55 14 


11 


52 64 


6.3 


8 01 51 


lO'j Monday . 


345'7 41 4 42 


1 11 


a.m. 


7 21 


3 68 





41 a.m. 


23 00 27 


11 


63 22 


7.3 


7 57 57 


11 Tuesday. 


34617 42 4 42 


I 36 


52 


7 22 


3 58 


1 


04 17 


24 03 V^ 


11 


63 49 


8.3 


7 64 00 


12 


vVednes... 


34717 4:i 4 42 


2 01 


1 63 


7 22 


3 58 


1 


26 1 20 


24 09 28 


11 


64 18 


9.3 


7 50 04 


13 


Thursd'y 


34817 44 4 42 


2 24 


2 63 


7 23 


3 68 


1 


48 2 22 


24 13 19 


11 


64 46 


10.3 


7 46 07 


14 


Friday... 


349 7 44 4 42 


2 50 


3 53 


7 24 


3 bb 


2 


12 3 25 


21 16 40 


11 


55 16 


11.3 


7 42 10 


16 


Saturd'y. 


350 7 45 4 42 3 18 


4 63 


7 25 


3 68 


V) 


38 4 27 


22 10 35 


11 


55 48 


12.3 


7 38 14 


16 


SUND'Y. 


3517 464 43 3 60 


5 62 


7 26 


3 59 


3 


08 5 27 


24 22 01 


11 


66 13 


13.3 


7 34 17 


17 


Monday . 


332:7 46 4 43 4 27 


6 60 


7 26 


3 69 


3 


44 6 27 


24 23 5i» 


11 


66 43 


14.3 


7 30 19 


18 


Tuesday. 


353:7 47 4 43 5 08 


7 47 


7 27 


3 59 


4 


25 7 24 


24 25 39 


11 


67 13 


16.8 


7 26 23 


19 


VVednes... 


354|7 47 4 44. 6 57 


8 40 


7 28 


3 69 


5 


13 8 18 


24 26 30 


11 


57 42 


\Q.d 


7 22 26 


20 


Thursd'y 


335 


7 48 4 44 6 49 


9 29 


7 28 


4 00 


6 


06 9 07 


24 27 03 


11 


68 12 


17.8 


7 18 29 


2HFriday... 


356 


7 48 4 44 7 60 


10 11 


7 29 


4 0{' 


7 


07 9 48 


24 27 0^ 


11 


68 42 


18.3 


7 14 32 


22t8aturd'y. 


•337 


7 49 4 46! 8 52 


10 48 


7 29 


4 00 


8 


1 1 10 24 


24 26 46 


11 


69 12 


19.3 


7 10 36 


23;SUNDT. 


;;58 


7 504 45' 9 65 


11 21 


7 30 


4 00 


9 


17 10 56 


24 25 5S 


11 


69 42 


20.3 


7 06 39 


24Mondf 


:j59|7 50 4 4611 03 


11 61 


7 30 


4 01 


10 


27 11 23 


24 24 3a 


12 00 12 


21.8 


7 02 42 


26 Tuesday 


3G0 


7 604 46 a.m. 


pm21 


7 31 


4 02 


11 


3611 50 


24 22 44 


12 00 42 


22.8 


6 58 45 


26^Wednos. 


3G1 


7 614 47! 12 


48 


7 31 


4 03 


a.i 


m. pmli 


24 20 29 


12 


01 12 


23. S 


6 54 49 


27lThur8d'y 


362 


7 614 48 1 22 


1 17 


7 31 


4 04 





60 42 


24 19 46 


12 01 42 


24.8 


6 60 52 


28 Friday... 


363 


7 61 4 491 2 34 


1 48 


7 31 


4 06 


1 


04 1 10 


24 14 32 


12 02 11 


26.? 


6 46 55 


29|Saturd'y. 


364 


7 614 60i 3 48 


2 42 


7 32 


4 06 


2 


21 1 42 


24 10 50 


12 


02 40 


26.8 


6 42 59 


aOSUNDT 


365 


7 514 611 5 06 


3 03 


7 32 


4 07 


4 


41 2 21 


24 06 43 


12 


03 09 


27. ? 


6 39 01 


81 Monday.. 


366 


7 624 621 6 20 


3 52 


7 32 


4 08 


6 


67 3 09 


24 00 06 


12 


03 38 


28. f 


6 35 06 



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Un 


Mer 


Merid. 


Sets. iZ«n. 




diet. 






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h m ] 


2 50;? 


7 34 /-1 63.3 


SlOp 


8 03;): 61 


11 16o 


3 44/) 66.4 


3 30fl 


10 35 a; 27.9 


718a 


4 4fi;>;51.4 



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Sun : d'g 

on ' Age 

sridian. Noon 



m s days 


h m t 


49 30 27.7 


8 33 27 


49 54 28.7 


8 29 31 


50 18 0.3 


8 25 34 


50 43 1.3 


8 21 37 


51 08 2.3 


8 17 41 


51 34 3.3 


8 13 44 


52 00 4. 3 


8 09 47 


62 27 


5.3 


8 05 51 


62 54 


6.3 


8 01 51 


53 22 


7.3 


7 57 57 


63 49 


8.3 


7 64 00 


54 18 


9.3 


7 50 04 


64 46 


10.3 


7 46 07 


55 16 


11.8 


7 42 10 


6-5 48 


12.3 


7 38 14 


56 13 


13.3 


7 34 17 


66 43 


14.3 


7 30 19 


57 13 


16.3 


7 26 23 


67 42 


16. a 


7 22 26 


68 12 


17.3 


7 18 29 


68 42 


18.3 


7 14 32 


59 12 


19.8 


7 10 36 


69 42 


20.8 


7 06 39 


00 12 


21.3 


7 02 42 


00 42 


22.3 


6 58 45 


)1 12 


23.3 


6 64 49 


)1 42 


24.3 


6 50 52 


)2 n 


26. ? 


6 46 55 


)2 40 


26. S 


6 42 59 


)3 09 


27.? 


6 39 01 


)3 38 


28. ? 6 35 06 



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22 



METEOROLOGICAL REGI8TEB. 



» 



[1888. 



TBMPHRATURK. 



1886. 



Avu'gu temperatiirb' „ 
of the year 43.71 

WarmeHt month ... July. 
Aver. temp, of the 

warmeflt month . 08.79 

Ooldest month Keb. 

Aver. temp, of the 

eoldent month ...; 10.04 
Dlff.betw.temperat. ! 

of the warmest A] 

coldest months... 47.75 
Aver, of deviations 

of monthly means 1.95 
Month of greatest' 

deviation Dec. 

Correspond. magni-| 
■ tude of deviation. I 4.38 

Warmest day July 0. 

Aver, temperat. oft 

the warmest day. 76. 58 



Ooldest day . 



Average 
1 46 years. 

42.13 

I July. 

67.69 
Jan. 

22.50 

45.09 
2.49 
Jan. 
3.86 

77.76 



Feb. 4. 



Aver.tem.of cold. d. — 9.25 
Date highest temp. July 6. 



Highest temperat.. 
Date lowest temp... 

Lowest temperat.... 
Range of the year . 



89.5 
Feb. 5. 

—22.8 
112.3 



-1.95 



90.77 



-12.11 

102.9 



Extremes. 

4?. 09 ! 48.77 
in 1878. in 1873. 
'uly,'68 Aui?.,'60 

76.80 64.46 
Feb., '76. Feb., '48 



10.16 



26.00 



3.71 
In 1876. 
Feb., '76. 1 

12.47 
July 14, 

1868. 

84.50 
Feb. 6, 

1856. 
Jan. 22, 

1850. 

—14.38 

Aug. 24, 

1861. 

99.2 
Jan. 10, 

1859. 
—26.6 

118.2 



July 31, 
1864. 
72.76 

Deo. 22, 
1842 

9.57 

Aug. 19, 

1840. 

82.4 

Jan. 2, 

1842. 

1.9 

87.0 



BAROMETER. 



1886. i.^verage 
45 years. 



Extremes. 



Aver, press, of year 29.6255 29.6174 



Month highestav.p. j 
Qfghest mon. av.p 
Month lowest av. p. ; 
Lowest mon. av. p. 
Date of highest pres- 
sure in the year. 
Highest pressure... 
Date of lowest pres- 
sure in the year. ! 
Lowest pressure . ... ' 
Range of the year. ' 



Oct. 
29.7739 

Vlay. 
29.6328 

Jan. 14. 
30.283 

Mar. 21 

28.752 
1.531 : 



Sept. 
29.6643 

June. 
29.5678 



30.361 



28.705 
1.666 



29. 6770 i 
in 1849. 
Jan., '49 
29.8046 
Mar., '^9 
29.4143 
Jan. 8, 

1866. 
30.940 
Jan. 2, 

1870. 
28.166 

2.133 
in 1866. 



29.6602 
in 1864. 
June,'64 
29.6526 
Nov., '49 
29.5886 
Mar. 7, 

1878. 
30.139 
Mar. 17, 

1845. 
28.939 

1.303 
in 1846. 



RELATIVE HD.MIDITY. 



1886. 



Aver.humld.ofyear' 77 
Month of greatest! 

humidity | Jan. 

Q'st aver. mon. hu 85 

Month of least hu . 1 July. 

L'st aver. mon. hu.l 68 



Average 
46 years. 



Extremes. 



77 

Jan. 

83 
May. 

67 



82 in 


'61 


Jan., 


'57 


89 




Feb., 


'43 


58 





73 in '68 

Dec, '58 

81 
Apr., '49 

76 



EXTENT OF SKY CLOUDED. 



Aver 'I'iud. of year 



1886. I.^'«™«f 
•53 years. 



Extremes. 



0.61 



Most cloudy month' Jan. 

Q'st monthly aver. ' 0.76 

Least cloudy month ' Sept. 

Ci'st moiithlir aver. ' 0.49 



0.62 I 0.66 in 
I '69, '76. 
Deo. 

0.78 0.89 
Aug. 
0.49 0.29 



0.67 
in 1856. 

0.73 

0.80 



WIND. 



"«»• uT-/ *'**^'"" 



Resultant direction N 56° W N 62° W 
Resultant velocity 

in miles ; 2.13 i 2.46 

Aver, velocity with- ' 

out reg. to direct. 9.73 9.67 
Month of greatest 

average velocity. Feb. March. 
Greatest monthly 

average velocity. 13.14 11.53 
Month of least aver. 

velocity \ July. July. 

Least monthly av. 

velocity 7.31 7.63 

Day greatest aver. ! 

velocity Mar. 23. 

Qreatest dally aver.; 

velocity ! 27.71 28.78 

Day of least aver.j 

velocity Aug. 24.1 

Least daily aver. I ! 

2.08 I ... 



April I, : 



46.1 



10.54 S..T2 
in 1890. In 1S7S 
April,'80 Dee , '75 

13.88 10.42 

July, '78 July, '81 

6.93 



Nov. 7, 
1880. 
41.67 



8.43 

D»c. 24, 

1878. 
24.38 



Nov. 7, 
1880. \ 

3-4 a.m. I 
56.6 I 



M»y 2. 

1878. 

ll-noon 

40.0 



velocity 

Hour of greatest 
absolute velocity 10-lla.mj 

Greatest velocity ... I 40. 

* Tlio ditl'evoiice of instruments and elevation iliirin^ 
the whole (leridil eoiisiderably alfeetingtlie ri',siilt.<, 
it was jiiilgeil advisable to eonllne the eomiiarison 
to the y(!ars 1875-1885, iuelusive. 

RAIN. 





1886. 


Average 
46 years. 


Extremes. 


Total depth of rain 








in inches 


27.726 


27.732 


43.665 17.574 


Number of days in 






in 1843. in 1874. 


which rain fell... 


112 


112 


132 


80 


Month in which the 






in 1878. 


in 1841. 


greateHt depth of 










rain fell 


Sept. 


Sept. 


Sept.,'43 


Sept.,'48 


Greatest depth of 










rain in one month 


3.830 


3.414 


9.760 


3.115 


Month in which the 










days of rain were 






Jan.'eo 




most frequent. ... 
Greatest number of 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Oct., '64. 


M«y, '41 










rainy days in one 










month 


17 


13 


22 


11 


Days in which the 










greatest amount 










of rain fell 


Jan <. 


• •• 


Sept.,14, 


8ept,,14 


Greatest amount of 






1843. 


1848. 


rain in one day... 


1.300 


1.917 


3.466 


1.000 



SNOW. 



1886. 



Total depth of snow 

in inches 73.5 

Number of days in: 

which snow fell . ' 66 
Month in which the 

greatest depth of 

snow fell Jan. 

Greatest depth of 

snow in one mon. 29.1 
Month in which thet 

days of snow were 1 

most frequent. ... Jan. 
Greatest number or 

days of snow in 

one month 16 

Day in which the* 

greatest amount 

of snow fell Jan. 24. 

Greatest fallofsnow 

in one day ' 13.8 



Average 
31 years 



69.0 
65 

Feb. 
17.0 

Jan. 

14 



Extremes 

122.9 38.4 

In 1870. in 1851. 

87 33 

in 1859. In 1848. 

Mar., '70 Dec, '51. 

62.4 10.7 

Dec, '72. Feb., '48. 
24 ' 8 



,Feb.6,'63 Jaa. 10, 
... i Mar.27„ 1867. 

1870. i 
9.2 I 16.0 ! 6.5 



[22] 



[1888. ■»] 



yrs.* 



1.40 
1.67 
ftrch. 
.63 
uly. 
.&3 

18.78 



Kxtremei. 



10.f)4 s .T' 
In 1880. In iniR 
April,'80 Dec, '75 

13.88 10.42 

July, '78 July, -81 

6.93 8.43 

Nov. 7, Dec. 24, 
1880. 1878. 
41.67 24.38 



6.1 



Nov. 7, , M»y 2. 
1880. 187S. 
3-4 a.m. ll-noon 
55.6 I 40.0 
;s and ulcvation ilm-jng 
3lyair«ctingtlie results, 
iionline thu comparison 
iiaivo. 



erage! 

yearg.! 



Extremes. 



r.732 I 43.656 , 17.574 

In 1843. In 1874. 

112 132 , 80 

! In 1878. ' in 1841. 

1 

apt. Sept.,'43 Sept.,'48 

414 I 9.760 ' 3.115 



ct. 



13 



917 



Jan.'ec 

Oct., '64. May, '41 



22 



3ept.,14, Sept.,14 
1843. 1848. 
3.456 : 1.000 



Brage 
ears 



).0 
55 

Bb. 



Extreme!! 

122.9 38.4 

In 1870. iu 1851. 

87 33 

in 1859. iu 1348. 

Mar.,'70iDec.,'61. 

62.4 ; 10.7 



in. i Dec, '72. Feb., '49. 



4 



24 



F6b.6,'63 Jan. 10, 
Mar. 27,, 1857. 
! 1870. i 
.2 I 16.0 ! 5.5 



COMMERCE — EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, ETC. 



23 



COMMERCE, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Stntjgtlenl Vieiu nf the Commerce of the Dominion of Canada during JUcal year e tuling iOth June, 1886. 



COMMKRCK. 



COI'.N'THIKS. 



VallK! nf 

,, , , Oi)o(is Km- 
Value of t^.,j,,i f,„. 

Exports. , CoiiHumi)- 

I tion. 



G:.;it liritaiu 

I'liitiil States 

.V.wfi]iniillanfi 

Br.tisli West Indies.. 
j; iiiirtli Wi'st Indies 
F'.ni li Went Indies.. 
Piiii-^li West Indies.. 

British Guiana 

Cliina 

J.ipan 

M-xicn 

(.'••ntral America.. .. 
Siiitli .\incrica .. .. 

St. I'ii'rre 

Fran.'c 

G'Tiiiany 

Sli.iin 

Pjrtiih'al 

Italy 

Bdttiiim 

H"lkmd 

P'Uinark 

Si rway & Sweden . . 

Russia 

Other Countries .... 
C'iii and Bullion.. .. 
E.-tiiiiuti'd amount. . 
tl' It ill Inland Ports 
Totals 



41,,'')40,,'?04 

.33,747,471 

1,7.11,974 

1,250,549 

744,052 

86,147 

.34,822 

182.t).S0 

61,415 

1,703; 

1.718: 

i,oi'o,o;i4 

286,423 

534,3(53 

253,298' 

53,075 

245,450 

108,001! 

(',,505 

7,58 



» 

40,001,199 

44, ,858,039 

384,321 

1,443,102 

1,085,723 

11,090 

1,473 

100,002 

940,204 

1,486,321 

11,340 

5,108 

1,117,008 

3,744 

1,975,218 

2,155,523 

379,405 

50,477 

100,097 

510,907 

301,972 

817 

34,811 

10,921 

1,414,432 



SHIPI'INO. 



Duty 
Collected. 



Tonnage of Hritish 
ami Canadian Vcaseli. 



KntiTod 
Inwards. 



$ 0. ' Tons. 

7,817,357 45,^ 

0,709,384 69 

2,407 99 

530,1,84 13 

853,524 33 

75 30 

05 40 

127,836 08 

143,689 35 

4,,509 32 

297 00 

2,071 84 

.503,735 53 

}2,431,115 



i Kntercd 
Outwards. 

Tons. 



Tonnage of Foreign ' 
Vessels. j 

Entered Flntcred 
Inwards. Outwards, i 



Total. 



71,747 
490 
427,111 
56,531j 

2,781,198 , 

85,251.314' 99,602,094 



453 


57 


735,000 


52 


688,108 


44 


150,208 


47 


30,510 


74 


35,007 


84 1 


132,110 


02. 


002,570 


19' 


157 


40 


6,.304 


44 


185 


70 


390,259 


29 


19,427,397 


03' 



Tons. 



Tons. 



/o -a -I 
' — o -o 

-)■_— o 

'S '/T V 

•M -< f> 

O O T. 



2,453,793 1,595,300 1,504,363 



3 

o 

0) 






'Jl 



a 

■t-t a -ji 

o o^i> 



T. a 






EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Oimparative Statement of Value of Exportt and Importt, Dominion of Ounada, since the Confederation of the Prnvincet. 



Tear ending 
30th June, : 



Total Total 

Exports. ' Imports. 



Ent. for 
Coniump. 



Duty. 



Year ending 
30th June. | 



Total 
Exports. 



Total 
Imports. 



: Ent. for i 
Oonsump. 



Duty. 



IKS 67,567,888 

m 60,474,781i 

ISro I 73,573,490 

m i 74,173.818 



73,459,844! 71,985,306 
70,416,165 67.402,170 
74,814.339: 71,237.603 
98,092,971! 86.947,482 

1«:2 1 82,639,663111,430,527^07,709,118 

1S:3 89,789,922:i28,0U,281:127,5U,59i 

1!:4 8Q,35l.928j 128,213,5821 127,404, 169 

1?:5 77,886,979123,070,283119,618,657 

15:6 80,986,435| 93,210,316: 94,733,218 

H:: I 75.876,3931 99,327,982: 96,300.483 



8,819,432 I 
8.298,910 
9,462,940 
11,343.656 
13.045,493 . 
13,017.730 
14,421,882 : 
15,361,382 ! 
12,833,114 ; 
12,648.451 I 



$ S I I 

1878 : 79,323,667 93,081,787 91,199,677 12,795,693 

1879 71,491,266, 81984,427 80,.341,608 12,939,541 

1880 1 87,911,4.58 86,489.747 71,782,349 14,138,849 

1881 98,290,8-23 105,330,840 91,811,804 18,600,708 

: 1882 1102,137,203 119,419,500 112,648,92721.708,886 

. 1883 1 98,085,804 132,254,022 123,137,019 23,172,337 

;i884 ' 91,406,496 110,397,043 108,180,844 20,164,963 

i 1885 1 89,'238,36M08,941,488;102,710,019 19,133,558 

1880 i 85,251,314 104,424,681; 99,002,694 19,448,123 



RAILWAY STATISTICS. 



Xo. 1. — Total Railway Mileage of the Dominion, 
June 'iOth, 1880. 

MILES. 

teilways aotu.ally in operation 10,007 

li.iiUvays under construction, partly completed . . 820 
H.iilways under construction 751 

Total 12,274 



No. 9 -Nominal Capitnl raided for liailwayi' of he 
L'tninion, June Wth, 1880. 

OrJinary Share Cai ital $220,681,122 99 

Prcl'orence Sliare Capital 90,400,825 44 

Bonded Debt 10'.i,359,3()0 05 

Government and Municijial aid 150,904,439 93 

Otlier Sources 9,970,449 75 



$0.53,370,144 16 



EMIGRATION. 

Ihnparative Statem,'.nt of the number of Immigrants arriw.d at tlie Port of Quebec since the year 1829 to 1880, inclutive. 
the grand total being 1^2^.231 , and the yearly average 2S,01i. _ 



Borland . . . 

Irelsad 

Swtiand ... 
Oer. 4 Nor. . 
Otlier ports . 



1839-73 

472,932 
50J,995 
148,458 
183.427 
1.3,911 

1.324,723 



1874. ! 1875. I 1876. i 1877. 1878. I 1879. i 1880. l 1881. : 1882. 



17,631 12,456 7,720 

2,503: 1.252' 688 

2,491 1,768 2,131 
851 

662 362 



412 



6,927 
663 
829 

324 



7,500 1 14,113 18.647 24,426 33.650 

913; 1,088 2,485 2,480 6,992 

1,425; 1,602 2,845 2,861 4,476 



457 



448 1 1,020 471 



732 



23,894 16,038110.901' 7.743 10.295! 17.261! 24.997 30,238 44,850 

L23] 



1883. ! 1884. 1885. | 18V3. 



29,003: 18,638' 10,511: 13,109 

10,638; 4,473 2,107 2,491 

5,460; 3,040 2,009 2.608 

.. i 4,688 1,999; 3,'-76 

865 1 690 314; 798 



45,966; 31,529 17,030j 22.782 



'% 



! I' 



24 



CANADIAN TARIFV OP CUSTOMS. 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 

AH ArlioUi not hfrtajlfr rnumtraUd at chnrgni with an o< ! valorfm dtily, or charged with a »pf.eifi.e duty, nr ilrclard 
frM of duty, art ehargeabU with a duty qf'ZO pv cr.nt. on the. valut Ihtreo/. 



ft c. u</ val. 
AbHinthe .... $2 OU p«r Imp. K<il- 

Acid — AcBtlc 

'2Ac. pHr Imp. \iii\ mill... 20 
" Siilpliurlc.i I'oiit por ib. 
" Sulphuric Willi Nitric noiii- 
hiiiHil, anil nil mixed 

AcIdH 2b 

*' Muriatic «iid Nitric 20 

" Oxiillc Kree 

Uarboyg coiitaluinx AcIdH 
Hiiinu ratH hi timpty 

Aconite Fres 

AdVHrtiRin»( llllla and KoldiirH, 

15 eta. pur Ib. and 25 

AdvcrtUiD); I'Iclures, IMctorlal 
Sliow-cardi, IlluHtratud a<lver- 
tiHlii^ I'urirKllcnlH. IlluHtratad 
I'rice-llit, A(lverti»iii»< Caleu- 
darn, Advertlxlni; AlinanucH, 
and Tailtir!)' and M;tntle-mHk- 
erH' K'uslilou I'lateif, a Hpoclflo 

duty of li n«nt8 per lb. and 20 

Ailvertlslog I'amphlots, not illus- 
trated Ic. each. 

Agaric Free 

Agates, Aniethygtfi,Aqua Marines, 
HlnojfltoneH, Carbuncles. Oats' 
Eyes, Oaiueng, Onral, Cornell- 
auH, Crystal, Crysolite, Crosor- 
dolite, Intaglio, Inlaid or in- 
cruutod stones, Onyx, Sardonyx, 
Topas, Turquoises, Rubles, 
Pearls, Sapphires, Kiueralds, 
Oariiets and Opals, not polish- 
ed norotherwlse manufactured. Free 

Do., when manufactured 10 

Ale, in bottles. (6 ({uarts or 12 pts. 
toone gallon) 18 otsperlmp.gl. 
Ale, otherwise than in bottles, 10 
cents per Imp. gal. 

Alkauet Root Free 

Almonds, shelled. ..5 cents per lb. 
" not shelled. ..3c. per lb. 

Aloes Free 

Alnra Free 

Aluminum Free 

Ambergris Free 

Ammonia, Sulphate of. Free 

Anatomical Preparations Free 

Aniline Dyes, in bulk or packets 
of not less than 1 lb. each , . . .Free 
Do., not otherwise provided for. 10 

Aniline Oil, crude Free 

Aniline salts Free 

Animals llTing, of all kinds 20 

Animals brought in to Canada tem- 
porarily for the purpose of 

exhibition Free 

Animals for the improvement ot 

Stock Free 

Annato, llijuid or solid Free 

Anchors Free 

Antimony Free 

Apparatus and Philosophical In- 
struments imported by and for 
use of colleges, schools and 

literary societies Free 

Apparel, wearing and other per- 
sonal and household effect?, not 
merchandise, of Dritish subjects 
dying abroad, but domiciled in 

Canada Free 

Argol. dust and crude Free 

Army A Navy A Canadian Militia: 
Arms. ClothinK, Musical Instrn- 
mentsfor Bands, Military stores 

and munitions of war Free 

Arseniate of Aniline Free 

Arsenic Free 

Articles for use of theQov. Gen.Froe 



T? e. ad vol. 
Articles for the use of rorolgn 

Consuls Oi'ueral Free 

Articles for the uses of the Donii- 
nlou Uoverninent, and for the 
Senate and House of Commons. Free 

Artlticial flowers 26 

AsbeKtoB, In any form othnr than 
crude, and all manufactures 

thereof 25 

.\shes, Poland Pearl Free 

Ash,S<MlH Free 

Asphaltuni .Mineral Free 

Assalcetida Oum 20 

Axes, Choppini^, ^2 per doz. and 
ID per c. Ilay KniveH, and 4, 
ft. and tlpronged forks of all 
hinilH, $2 per doz. and 20 jier c. 
GarJcn Hakes, 5 cts each, and 25 
Axes of all kinds, ad/.ex, hatcliets, 
and hammers, not elsewhere 

specified 35 

Picks, Mattocks, Blacksmiths' 
Hammer*, Sledges, Track Tools, 
Wedges, and Crowbars of iron 

or steel, 1 cent per Ib. and 25 

Axles and Springs r:f Iron or steel 
parts thereof. Axle liars. Axle 
Blank'i, or Forging for Car- 
riages other than railway and 
tramway vehicles, without re- 
ference to the stage of manu- 
facture 1 cent per Ib. and 30 

Babbit Metal 10 

Bagatelle Tables 36 

Baggage, Travellers' Free 

Bags, containing fine salt . 26 

Baking Powder C cents per lb. 

Bamboo Reeds, not further manu- 
factured than cut into suitable 
lengths for walking sticks or 
canes, orfor sticks for umbrellas 

parasols or sunshades Free 

Bamboos, unmanufactured Free 

Barrels, filled with petroleum or 
its products, or any mixture of 

which petroleum is a part 

40 cents each. 
Barrels, containing saited meats, 

20 centB each. 
Barrels of Canadian manufactnre, 
exported tilled with domestic 
petroleum and returned empty . Free 

Barilla Free 

Bark, Tanners' Free 

Barytes, unmanufactured Free 

Bath Bricks 20 

Beans 16 cents per bushel. 

Beans, Vanilla and Nux Vomica. Free 

Beads and Bead Ornaments 30 

Bed Comforters or cotton bed 
quilts, not including woven 

quilts or counterpanes 35 

Bees Free 

Bells, except for churches 30 

Bells, for churches Free 

Belladonna Free 

Uelts and Trusses 25 

Berries for dyeing, or used for 

composing dyes Free 

i Beer in wood ..10c. per Imp. gal. 

Beer, iu bottleii IRc. por Imp. gal. 

Billiard Tables, without pockets, 

four feef six inches by nine feet 

or under each $2250 and ad val lb 

; Billiard Tables, over four feet six 

Inches by nine feet, each $26 00 

and ad val 16 

; Billiard Tables, with pockets, five 
I feet six inches by eleven feet... 
' orunder, each$3600anda(2va2. 15 

[24] • 



1^ c. ail til. 
Billiard Tables, all over Ath r««t 
hIx Indies by eleven feet, each 

$40 and <«(/ i>aJ 15 

Kach table to include 12 cuei, 
one set of four halls with mark- 
ers, cloths and case*, Imt no 
pool halls. 

Bird Cages 30 

Bitters, containing spirits $1 VO 
per Imp. gal. 

Bichromate of Soda Kri^« 

Bismuth Kre« 

Bolting Cloths fttt 

Blacking, Shoe, and Shceninkeri' 

Ink .10 

Black Lead iO 

Biscuit M 

Bladder* M 

Bluelng-Laundry df all kinds .... :'>ii 

Blue Vitriol Fre» 

BreadstufTs when damaged by 

water in trantitu 'JO 

Bones, crude and not manu- 
factured, burned, calcined. 

ground or steamed Fr«« 

Bone Dustandboneashformanuf. 
of phosphates and fertiliiers ...Fr« 

Boracic .\cld Kre« 

Borax Fret 

Botany, specimen* of Free 

Books— Printed Periodicals, and 
Pamphlets, not elsewhere sped- 
fled not being foreign reprintaot 
Britlih copyright works, nor 
Blank Acc't Books, nor Copy 
Books, nor Books to be written 
or drawn upon, nor lUblei, 
Prayer Books, Paalmand Hymn 

Books 15 

Books — Printed by any Govern- 
ment or Scientific Association. 

not for trade Frei 

Book*, British copyright works, 

reprints of, .;d( uaJ 121^4 15 

Books, Educational, for the use 
of Schools for the Deaf aud 
Dumb, and Embossed Booka 

tor the Blind Free 

Bibles, Prayer Books, Psalm and 

Hymn Books 6 

Books blank, viz.: Account, Books 
Copy Books, or Books to be 
written or drawn upon. Printed, 
Lithographedor Copper or Steel 
Plate Bill Heads, Cheques, 
Receipts, Drafts, Cards, and 
other Commercial Blank Forms .35 
Bookbinder*' Tools A Implementp, 
including Ruling Machines i 

Binders' Cloth 10 

Boots and Shoes, Leather '25 

Boot, Shoe and Stay Laces, of any 

material 30 

Beads and Bead Ornamonts 30 

Braces or Suspenders o' all kinds 35 

Brandy $2 00 per Imp. gal. 

Brans in bars, bolts, wire, tubine 10 

Brass, sheets and old scrap Fr^e 

Brass, in strips for printers rules. 15 
Brass, manufactures of, not else- 
where specified 30 

Brasc. in bars end bolts, drawn, 

plain, and fancy tubing 10 

Bristles Free 

Brimstone, in roll or flour (crude iFrrt 

Brim-moulds for gold beaters Free 

Bromine Pre* 

Broom, Corn Free 

Brick for building -« 



[1888. Mm-] 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOi. 



26 



"I . 



ip«ei/le duty, nr dietarti 
to/. 

B* c. ad V'lt. 
le», nil orer flTn foot 
1)7 uleren fret, etch 

t"»' 15 

I to liirluile 12 ciihi, 

bur Imlliiwllh iimrk- 

and oaae*, luit no 

Oo 

EkininK nplrltR $1 uu 
III. 

f Sodo Free 

KrM 

h« Kre* 

oe, And 8hreiiinkeri' 

M 

M 

M 

M 

ndry (<f all kinds .... M 

Fm» 

wb«D damAK^tl by 

intitu 20 

e and not manii- 
l>iirned, calcined, 

Kteamed Kree 

1 boneaah for mxnur 
:e« and ftirtlllierfi ...Fret 

Krw 

Fret 

mens of Fret 

:ed PeriodicaU, and 
, not eliewhere apeci- 
ig foreign reprintaol 
pyright works, nor 
't Books, nor Copy 
Books to be writtea 
upon, nor Biblpt, 
^a, Psalm and Hymn 

15 

ed by any QoTern- 
ientiflc Association, 

le Free 

lb copyright workn, 

cdval 12>i4 16 

itional, for tbe use 
for the Deaf and 
1 Embosaed Booki 
id Fre« 

r Booka, Psalm and 

{g 5 

Fii.: Account, Booki 
s, or Books to be 
rawn upon, Printed, 
Bdor Copper or Steel 
Heads, CheqneF, 
iiafts, Cards, and 
lercial Blank Forms 35 
Tools A Implements, 
tuling Machines i 

ith 10 

)eR. Leather 25 

1 Stay Laces, of any 
30 

ad Ornamnnts 30 

londers o^ all kinds 35 
$2 00 per Imp. fral. 
bolts, wire, tubing 10 

ind old scrap Free 

K for printers rules. 15 
ctnres of, not elae- 
fied 30 

»nd bolt», drawn, 

«Bcy tubing 10 

Fr*e 

roll or flour (crude^FrM 

or gold beaters Free 

Free 

Fret 

ling 20 



Ht e. ad vol. 
Ilrlrk, Ore, for all proceaaei of 

oiinufnct'irB free 

lirlliinnlK a..d Metal Ware 26 i 

jHUiinlit Xetal In Pigsand Bars. Prat 
I jriiiah iluin, DresKJne, 8l/,ing < 

irrAin. and Knamcl i^i/.ing ! 

1 ct. pur lb. 

I Irnims and Brushei 36 i 

Jucliuleavea Frtt ' 

I Jifkruni. for the manufacture of 

bit mid bonnet xliapaa Free 

lliirk'lifitt lUcenta per bush. 

jaokwiieat meal or llnur ^c. p. lb. 
I Bnijiiies »f all kinds. Farm Wag- 
jiiin, Farm, Hallway or Freight 
CartH, I'leasurn Carts or ditxa 
mil fiimilar vt-hlcles, coating 
leu than |riO, a Npecitio duty of 
(luenih; costing (.'>U and Ihhs 
ihan JlOO, a Kperiflc ilnty of , 

(l.'iesdi, and in each case 20 

S\i Huc'li Cariiages couting $100 

i«ih and over iiS 

■ Boiler 4 ceuta per lb. 

tilllnn. gold and ailfer Free 

I Surriitones in blocks, rough or 
iiDmaiiufnctured,anduot bound 

up into millstones Free 

I JorKundy Pitch Free 

I Buttons, of Vegetable, Ivory, 

or tinrn. 10 cents per gross and 25 
I Bnlto'iK, not elsewhere specified, 25 

Bolton CoTera, Crozier 10 

Cilumba Root Free 

I CibinetMufCoina, Medals and all 

otbercollectionaof Antl.iuitiea.Frt* 
I drptjting. Matting and Mats of 

llcinp 25 

I CrpetUaga,Truuks,Satche1sand 

Valiaea 10 cts. each and 30 

I Cirpets, not otherwise provided 

for 

I Cutu, aa raodoia for the uae of 

lohoolaofdesign Fret 

I ^mpbor Oum 20 

I CiDvai.for Manufacture of Floor 
Oil Cloth, not less than forty- 
iTeinrhea wide and not pressed 

or calendered Fret 

Cini or packages made of tin or 
my other material containing 
i^bof any kind admitted free of 
duty under any existing law or 
treaty not exceeding one quart 
in contents, l}^ cents on each 
can or package, whan exceeding 
ODs quart an additional duty of 
1% cents for each additional 
qaart or fractional part thereof. 
Cioutchouc, unmanufactured . . .Pre* 
CiDeor Rattan, split or otherwise 

mjniifactured 25 

Cat-gut, Strings or Gut Cord for 

Musical Instruments Free 

Cat-ifut or Whip-gut, unmanufd Fret 
Carriages of Travellers, and Car- 
ria);eii laden with merchandise, 
and not to include circus troops 

nor hawkers Fre* 

Carriages— Buggies of all kinds, 
Farm Waggons, Farm, Railway, 
or Freight Carts, Pleasure Carts 
or QigH and similar vehicles. 
costing less than $50, $10 each; 
costing $50, and less than $100, 

1.^ eiK'h and 20 

.*U cnch carriages costing $100 

taih rtnd over 35 

Uiilway Cars, Sleighs, Cutter,', 
Wheelbarrowsand IIftnd-Cart.«! 30 
Childieu's Carriages of all kinds. 35 

Cartridges 30 

Candles, Tallow 2 cts. per lb. 

" I'araflne Wax, 5c. per lb. 

" all other 25 

Cabinet Ware or Furniture 35 



25 



.10 



Vt c, ad vol 
Cards, Playing. , , . A ctt. per pack 

Canvas for Hblpa uae 6 

" not elsewhere mentioned 20 
Carpets, vir. : llrusaels, Tapentry, 
Dutch Venetian and DnmnHk, 
and .Mataand Ruga of all kinds 25 
CapllnH,unflnlahed LeKhom Mats. 20 
iJaps, llata, Muffa, TIppeta, Capes, 
Coats, Cloaks and other maim 

factures of Fur 

Oases — Jewel and Watch-cases, 
and other like article* of any 
material, 10 cts. each and . 
Colluliiid, in sheets, lumps or 

blu( ka Free 

Celluloid, moulde<l Into sizes for 
handles of knives or forks, not 

otherwise inanufnctiired 10 

Cement, raw or in stone from 
the quarry, per ton of 13 cubic 

feet $1.00 per tun. 

Cement, In bulk or in bags 

9 ctH, per bushel. 
Cement, hydraulic or wnter lime, 

ground, including barrel 

•to cts. per bbl. 

Cement, burnt and nnground... 

"i cts per 100 lbs. 

Cement, Portland or Roman, to be 

classed with all other Cement. 

Cheese 3. cts. per lb 

China and porcelain Ware 30 

China Clay, natural or ground ... Free 
Chicory, raw or green, 3c. per lb. 
" or other Root, or Vege- 
table used aa a substitute for 
Coffee, kiln drieii, roasted or 

ground 4 cts. per lb. 

Chairs, Wrought Iron or Steel, 

Imported for Railway purposes 17J 
Chalk andCliff Stone, unmanufac.Free 

Chamomile Flowers Free 

Chinchona Bark Free 

Chloralum or Chloride of Alum- 
inium Free 

Chiomoa, Chromotypes, Oleo- 
graphs, and other cards, pic- 
tures, or artistic works of simi- 
lar kinds, produced by any 
process oth(>r than hand paint- 
ing or drawing 

6 cts. per lb. and 

Church Vestments 

Cherry-heat Welding Compound . Free 

Chronometers for ships Free 

Chloride of Lime Free 

Chocolate, not sweetened 20 

" sweetened 

1 ct. per lb. and ad val. 25 

Chip Hat 26 

Cinnabar Free 

Cigars and Cigarettes 

$2 00 per lb. and 2C 

Citrons and Rinds of, in brine, for 

candying Free 

Cider, not clarified or refined 

5 csDtn per gall. 

" when clarified or refined ... 

10 cents per gall 

Clays .Free 

Clocks, and parts of 35 

Clock springs 10 

Clothing, donation of, for chari- 
table purpoBOK Free 

Clothing made of cotton or other 
material, not otherwise pro- 
vided tor. including corcetP and 
similar articles made up by the 
BeamstresB or tailor: also tar- 
paulin plain or coatcfl with oil. 
paint, tar, or other composition, 
and cotton bags made up by 
the use of the needle, not 
otherwise provided for 35 

Clothing of any material, includ- 

[251 



20 
20 



15 



26 



! 1ft e. ad val. 

tng horse clothing shaped, not 

otherwise provldrii for 30 

OhitheH Wringers . . . tl each and 80 

L'oal, Anlbrarile Fiee 

Coal, BItuminoua, OOc fi ton of 
2,000 Iba. 

Coal Dust 20 

Coal Tar and Coal I'ltch 10 

Cofflna of any material 86 

Coke 60 cts. per ton 

Coniba, lor drees and toilet, of all 

kinds .10 

Cocoa Matting 30 

Cordials $1.90 per Imp, gal. 

Corn, Indian. . .TJ cts per bushel 

Composition iirnamentK 30 

I Coral Free 

j Cod Liver Oil, medicated 20 

Cotton, mnnnfacltires of, vli. : — 
I (Irev or unbl»-acbed, and bleach- 
I ed Sheeting Drills. Ducks, 

i Cotton or Canti'ii l''laniiels, 

not stained, painted or print- 
1 e<l, 1c. per square vd. and ad 

I val '.... 16 

I Printed or dyed Cottoni, not 

I elsewhere specified 32| 

I Jeaus, Denims, Drillings, lled- 
i ticking, (linghams. Plaids, 
Cotton or Canton Flannels, 
I Uucksaud Drills, dyed or col- 
I ored, Cottonades, PniitHloon 
Stuff, and goods of like de- 
scription, 

2c per sq. yd. and ail val. 
Jeans and Coutilles, when im- 
ported by Corset makers for 

use in their factories 

All Cotton, Wadding, Batting, 
Batts and Warps, Carpet 
WarpB, Knitting Yarn, Hos- 
iery Yarn, or other Cotton 
Yarns under No. 40, not 

bleached, dyed or colored 

2 cts. per lb and ad r<al. 16 

Cotton Yarns, finer than No. 40, 

unbleached, bleached or dyed, 

for the manufacture of Italian 

cloths and worsted fabrics ...Free 

Cotton Warp on beams 

1 ct. per yd. and ad val. 15 
Cotton Warp, No. 00 and finer. 15 
And if bleached, dyed or color- 
ed. . .3 cts. per lb. and ad val 16 

Cotton Seamless Bags 

2 cts. per lb. and ad val. 15 
Cotton Shirts and Drawers, 

woven or made on frames, 
and on all cotton hosiery , . , . 30 
Cotton or Linen Collars, 24c. 

per do/, and .30 

Cotton or Linen CutTs. 4c per 

pair and 30 

Cotton or Linen Shirts, $1 per 

do/.and .10 

Cotton SuwingTbreudon spools 25 

j Cotton in hanks 12^ 

t Cotton over 3t') inches wide 
[ when imported by maniifac- 

I turerii of window shades for 

UHo in their factories 16 

Cotton, 4'.; inches wide and over, 
when imported by manufac- 
turers of enunii'llcd I'lotli for 

use in their factories 15 

Lamp Wicks 30 

Canvas of Ilenipnrfiax.and Sail 
Twine to be used for boats' 

and ships' sails 6 

Others not t-lsewhere specified 20 

Cotton Bed Quilts .05 

C'<jlored Fabrics woven nt djed or 
colored cotton yarn or part juto 
and part cotton yarns, or other 
materials, except silk, not else- 
where specified 25 



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!i 



t 



V 0. ad val. 

OoffMit, KrM«n Kr*t 

" •• ir from till. U. a 10 

" r<)Mtt>(l or KriiutKl, from tlix 

U. S ,;ictH per 111. Hiia 10 

'* niHHtt'il cir Krouiiil, nn Iml- 

tAtloii Hiiil aulmlltiito for. . 

;i olii. p«r 11). 

Oopper, did itiiit ncrnp, Id pl^ii, in 

bitrH, riiilH, lidltH, iiiKdiH, ('opprr 

Wirn, riiuiiil or n»t,iiiiilCoppt)r 

MHiitnli'HH Untwii Tuliiiix 10 

Copp«r In Hlmi»t« , , Kret 

Ci>r(iitKo< ofnll kliiilit, \i «t<iit« per 

lb.Kn<l 10 

Oopp«r KlvotHHixl llurm, And all 
lunMufnctiiroK of copper not 

«lNHwlixrt4 HpHciflud 30 

OoinpitHHCR, Nhlpit' KrM 

Oonrm'tloiiKry Hiid Silgiir OAlidyi 

brown or white 

1^ c.ln. por lb. ami ad val. 35 
Onlorit, not elHinvlixrH Kp«iclB«d. . . 'iO 

OornHlian, unnmiiufiictiirod Fret 

" wlioii innniifACtursd . . . 20 

Onrhlneal FrM 

Oocna Huan and Nihil Pre* 

Ooin, Uold and ijilvor, except U. 

8. Silver Coin Free 

Communion Plate Free 

Oolr and Coir Yam Free 

Collodion 20 ctH. per Imp. i;al. and 20 
Coniiim CIciitii, or llemlork, Seed 

and Leaf Free 

Cork Wood or Cork Bark, uuman- 

factured Free 

" " " " manufac. 20 

Colon, tU.: Ulchromate of Pot- 
ash, Ultramarine, Metallic 
colon. Cobalt, Zinc and Tin. , . Free 

Colorfi, Til. : Dlue Klack, Ohlnene 
Blue, PrusRlan Blue, Kaw Um- 
ber, Carmine, Lakufi, Satin and 

fine waHhod White 20 

Cotton Waxte Free 

Cotton Wool Free 

Coal Tar and Coal Pitch 10 

Cocoa NutH $1.00 per 100 

Cocoa Nntfi, when imported direct 

from place of urowth, 60c 1* 100. 

Cocoa Nut, de««icated...Kc. per lb. 

Cocoa PaHte and Chocolate, not 

sweetened 20 

Cocoa PaHte and other prepara- 
tions of Cocoa containing RiiKar 

1 ct. per lb. and ad val. 26 

Cornmeal 40 cti. per bbl. 

Crapes, of all kinds 20 

Cream Tartar Fre# 

Crucibles 20 

Cultivators and parts thereof. ... 36 

Cutlery 25 

Cutlery, Knives, wholly or In 
part plated, costing under $3.60 

per doz., 50c. per doz. and 20 

Damask of Cotton or Linen 25 

Diamonds, unset, black for borers, 

dust or bort Free 

Diamond Drills, for prospecting 

for minerals Free 

Drain-Tile, un«lated 20 

Drain Pipes and Sewer Pipes, 

glazed 35 

Dragon's Blood Free 

Duck, for Belting and Hose, when 
imported by manufacturers of 
Rubber Goods, for uHe in their 

factories Free 

Dyeine or Tanning Articles in a 
crude state, used in dyein°; or 
tanning, not elsewhere specifledFree 

Dye, jot black Free 

Dolls 30 

Drugs in a crude state, used in 

dyeing or tanning Free 

Dust, Bone Dust and Bone Ash for 



> c. ad val. 
manufacture of phosphates and 

fertilixers Krri> 

Dualln and Dynamite, 6c. per lb. 

and ad val 20 

Karthi'uware and Stoneware, viz : 
DhuiIJoIiii^ or .lugs, Churns and 
Croi'kM, three centH per gallon of 
holding capacity. 
KarChruware and Stoneware, 
Brown or Coloured, and Ilork- 

Ingham ware 36 

Karthenware, White (Iranlte or 
Iron Stnneware. and "C 0," or 

Cream Colored Ware 36 

Karthenware, decorate I, printed 
or sponged, and ail Karthen- 
ware not elsewhere specilli'd . . 36 

Kartli, Fullers' Free 

Kdge Tools of every description . . 30 

KKgs Free 

Kleotrotypes of standard books. 10 
" forcommerclHl blanks 

and advertisements 20 

Klectro Plated Ware and (lilt 
Ware of all kinds, not to Include 

Jewellery 30 

Kmbroiderles not elsewhere pro- 
vided for 30 

Kmery Free 

Kmery Paper 26 

Kmery Wheels 25 

Kngines, liocomotiva and other 
Stationary Fire or other Steam 

Kngines and Boilers 26 

Kngravings and Prints 20 

Kntomology, specimens of Free 

Knveiopes 35 

Brgot Free 

Ksparto or Spanish Qra'<s, and 
other grasses and pulp of, for 

the manufacture of paper Free 

Giseuces, vk.: of Apple, Pear, 
Pine Apple, Raspberry, Straw- 
berry, Vanilla and other Fruits 

$1 eu per Imp. gal. and 20 

Kssential oils for manufacturing 

purposes 20 

Kxcelslor for Upholsterers' use . . 20 

Kxtracts of Logwood Free 

Kxtract or Fluid Beef 26 

Feathers, Ostrich and Vulture, 

undressed 20 
" " " dressed oO 
Felloes and Wheels (Wood) rough, 16 
Felt adhesive for sheathing ves- 
sels Free 

Felt, pressed, of all kinds, not 
filled or covered by or with any 

woven fabric 17^ 

Felt for glove linings 10 

Felt Hats 25 

Flbrilla Free 

Fibre, Mexican Free 

Fibre, vegetable, for manufactur- 
ing purposes Free 

Fillets of Cotton and Rubber not 
exceeding 7 inches wide when 
for manufacture of Card Cloth- 
ing Free 

Files 30 

Fire Clay Free 

Fire Proof Paint, dry, %c. per lb. 

Fire Works 26 

Fire Engines 25 

Fish — On and after the 1st of 
July, 1885, the Dnties on Fish 
shall be as follows: — 

Mackerel Ic. per lb. 

Herrings, pickled or salted 

]4c. per lb. 

Salmon, pickled Ic. per .b. 

All other fish, pickled, in bar- 
rels Ic. per lb. 

Foreign caught fish, not speci- 
ally enumerated or provided 
for 50c. per 100 lbs. 

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*■' '. ail till 
Fish, Smoked and ll..n«lHM 

Fish Ic. p«r lb. 

Ancho'iesand Hardliifs, packtd 
In oil or ntlierwiiic. In tin 
IxiKo* niKaa\iring not miiro 
than five Inches long fiur 
Indies -vide and Hirer and 

ot^ehalf inches deep 

6c. per Ihh. 
Id halfboxes raeasuring imt 
more than Ave Inches lotiK, 
fi>ur Inches wide and oneaiKl 
tlve-elghts deep, 'JJc, per box. 
And In (|uarter boxes iiitasui- 
ingnntmore than fourlnchHii 
and three i|uarteri<|i>ng, thr»e 
and one-half luclies wldxand 

one and a quarter deep 

2c. per bi)j. 
When Imported in any other 

form 30 

Fish, preserved in oil, except 

Anchovies Hud .^ariiines 3o 

Salmon and all other tlih pro- 
pared or preserved, Indinliiin 
Oysters, not specially hduiii- 

erated or proviiled fur H 

Oysters, shelled. In bulk 

lOe. per \n\. 

Oysters in the shell 25 

Oysters, canned. In cans iii>t 
over one pint, Including the 

cans 3c, per citii. 

In cans over one pint and nut 
over one quart, including the 

cans &c. per chd. 

In cans exceeding (me quart or 
fraction of a quart of greater 
capacltythan a quart, includ. 

Ing the cans 6c. per(|t. 

Packages containing Oysters ur 
other fish, not otherwise pro- 
vided for 25 

Oil, Kpermaeeti, whale and other 
Hsh oiIs,and all other articles 
the produce of the tlHlierles 
not specially provided for ... 20 
Provided that the whole or psrt 
of the 'jald duties hereby im- 
posed may be remitted upon 
proclamation of the flovcinor 
in Council, which may be In- 
sued whenever it appears to 
his satisfaction that the (iov- 
ernments 6f the United Statu 
and the Island of Newfound- 
land, or either of them, hive 
made changes in their tarilTs 
of duties imposed upon arti- 
cles imported from Canada in 
reduction or repeal of the 
duties in force in said coun- 
tries. 
Fish hooks, nets and seines, and 
lines and twines for the use of 
the fisheries, but not to Include 
sporting fishing tackle or hooks 
with flies, or trolling spoons . . Free 
Fish preserved, except from U. S. 25 

Fishing Rods of all kinds 30 

Flax Seed. . . .10 cents per bushel. 
Flour of Rice or Sago, 2c. per lb. 
Flour of Ryeor Wheat, 50c. p. bbl. 
Fire-brick or Tiles, for lining 

stoves or furnaces 20 

Flagstones dressed. .$2.00 per ton. 
Flax, fiber, scutched. 1 cent per lb. 
Flax, fiber,hackled, 2 cents per lb. 
" tow of, scutched or green t 
cent per lb. 
Flints and Ground Flint Stones. .Free 

Foliae Digitalis Free 

Foot grease (refuseof cotton seedjFree 

Fossils f«« 

Fowls, pure bred for improvemt nt 
of stock Pre' 



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ok«d 



V f. (Vl M/, 

Ic.fxr II), 

•ndHarilitirn, piirkril 
r otlmrwliif, In i|„ 
("••iirliig not iiKirn 
'H iiielifm l(in|{ r.,ur 
vido Kncl tlir)<p ttiil 
Incht*! dmip 

iXHN nii*HHurlii|{ tint 
itii fiTH iiirliKM li)nx. 

btti W|(Ih AIIiI uUHHIlJ 

tR Uet'p, "JJc p«r lii>x. 
inrtxr tmit'ii iiukiiui- 
ndie than four linhnu 
• ijiiartttrBlonK. ttirBo 
hall' lurht'H widxand 

a ({lurter ilmcp 

'ie. por box. 
|>orted lo any uther 



erred In oil, «xr»pt 

eHHUd f'ardliiwK 30 

d all other flih pro- 
prHRervedJnrliidln); 
not ap«<cmlly xduiii- 

r provided for 25 

lelled, In bulk 

lOc. per ital. 

tliBHhwll 25 

anned, In cana not 
> pint, IncludinK the 

3c. per ran. 

er one pint and nut 
quart, Including; the 

fie. pur ran. 

ceedinK onu quart or 
of a quart of ((r(<alttr 
than a (iuart,includ' 

lana 5c. \wt nt. 

:ontainini( OyNtemor 
b, not otherwiae pro- 

' 25 

leuti, whaleandother 
and all other articles 
lice of the tiKliHries 
ally provided for ... 20 
!iat the whole or part 
Id dutlea hereby iui' 
ay be remitted upon 
tlon of the Governor 
11, which may \)t> In- 
inevor it appeam to 
action that the Gov- 

of the United Statei 

Hland of Newfound- 
either of them, have 
an)(eH In their tarilTs 

impoaed upon arti- 

rted from Canada io 

or repeal of the 

force In said couc- 

eta and aelnea, and 
wines for the use of 
but not to Include 
hlug tackle or hooks 
r trolling spoons . . Free 
d, except from U. S. 25 

of all kinds. 30 

10 cents per bushel. 

or -Sago, 2c. per lb. 
irWheat,60c.p.bbl. 
Tiles, for liuiug 

rnaceg ^^ 

)Bged.. $2.00 per ton. 
Itched. 1 cent perlb. 
:kled, Scents perlb. 

cutched or green i 

)und Flint Stones.. Fre« 

is Free 

efuaeof cotton seed)Fre« 

Free 

ed for improvemfnt 



Free 



VI e. ad val, 

nll.drli'l. Apples, 2 eta. per lb. 
" Ourranta, Dntna. Kiga, 
I piini", I'nine*. . . I CHnt per lb. 

I IUIiIqs. I I'ont per lb. and 10 

All otlixra not alHewhefa sped- 

i^^ 20 

|N«. OreeM, 

(iples 40 cent! per bhl. 

I Blicklicrrlea, OoiiaMberrlai. 

Kitpberries and Htrawber- 

riei 4 cents per lb. 

I Ch<>rrlHS A Currants, lo. per qt. 
I CrtnbHrrles. .30 cents per bush. 

ijripos 2 cent per lb. 

I/iunns and Oranges 20 

Ptirboa I cent per lb. 

J Plums A Quinces 30c. per bush. 
llnltKin air-tight cans, Including 
UDi. WHighing not oTer one 
pniinJ, ^< els. per can; and 3 
fti. additional per can for each 
p.iiind or fraction of a pound 
illitlniial. 
Ilniitd, preserved In llrandy or 
gtherHjdrlts, $1.1)0 per Imp. gal. 
limit and Flower Dushes, and 
Trees or Orape Vines, coating 
:i ots. and less, !> cts. each; 
i)riip» Vines, costing 10 cts. and 
!e««, 3 cts. each! Oooseborry 
Bushes, 2 cts. each; Raspberry 
inJ Hlai'kberry Hushes, 1 ct. 
Hi'h ; ['each Trees, 4 cts. each ; 
Rote Hushes, 5 cts. per plant; 
^redllng Stock for Grafting, as 
Plom, I'ear, I'each, and other 

Fruit Trees 10 

I lirjkins, dressed 16 

jhr Caps, Capes, Coats, Cloakl 

lldtn, .Mulfa and Tippets 26 

Other .Manufactures ot 26 

|rgr!kinHof all kinds, not drew«i 

Id any manner Free 

Ifirnlture, of wood, iron cr uny 

other material. House 36 

CaMnet or Office, luolu Mng 
Hair, Spring, and other .Mat- 
tresRbs, Caskets and Coffins 

ol any material. 36 

Show Cases, $2 each and 86 

I'liunlBter Free 

l^u Coke when uoed in Canadian 

Minufacturesonly Free 

I iiu Fittings 30 

JJJ Meters 30 

I iirman .Silver, manufactures of, 

not plated 25 

jIo, Geneva and Old Tom 

$1.76 par Imp. gal. 

I Jtotlan and Qlnseng Root Free 

lilt Ware of all kinds, except 

Jewellery 30 

I ilui Paiier and Sand Paper 26 

I »lus, vis : 
Carboys and Demijohns, Bottles 
snd Decanters, Flasks and 
Phials, of less capacity than 

foi 30 

flasks and Phials of over 8 
'z. ..... . 6 cts. per doz. and 30 

^«>egrnph and Lightning Rod 
loiiulators, Jars and Glass 
Balls, and Cut, Pressed, or 

Moulded Tableware 

5 cts. per doz. places, and 30 
On Lampsand Gas-light Shades, 
Lamp and Lamp Chimneys, 
Globes for Lanterns, Lamps 

andOas-Hghts 30 

On ornamental. Figured and 
(^i.Huielled Stained Glass; 
Stained, Tinted, Painted and 
Vitrified Glass, and Stained 
CjlasH Windows ; Figured, 
Enamelled and Obscured 
White Glass 30 



fl 0. ad val, 

Hilvared Plate Glass 80 

Glass, and niannfactures of, vis.; 
On (!oiniii>>n and Colorless 

Window Glass 30 : 

On I'late Olars, not colored, In 

panoH not over 30 sq. ft., a 

Hpeclflc duty of tic. per s(|. ft. 

In pan«sover30 and not over 

"0 aq. ft Ro. per sq. ft. I 

In panes ovar 70 sq. ft 

cts. per nq. ft. 1 

Imitation of Porcelain Shades | 

and on Colorad Glass, not 
Figured, Painted, Knameiled I 

or Kngraved 20 1 

On all other glass and Manufac- 
tures of glass, not herein 

otherwise provided for 20 ! 

Glass Rent for Manufaeture of 
Show Cases, piovldwi It U not 

aiade In Canada Free 

Gloves and Milts of all kinds 30 

Glucose Syrup 2 cts. per lb. 

Glucose or Grape Sugar to be 

classed and rated for duty as 

sugar, according to grade by 

Dutch standard. 

Glue, Sheet, broken shset, and 

ground 3 cts. per lb. 

Goldbeaters' Skins Free 

Goat Hair, unmanufactured Free 

Gold and Silver Leaf 30 

Gold and Silver, manufactures of, 

not elsewhere specified 20 

Gold- Beaters' Brim-moulds Free 

Grains, viz.: 

Barley 16 cts. pi' iiushel. 

Buckwheat... 10 cts, p«r bushel. 
Indian Corn,7i cts. per bushel. 

Oats 10 cts. per bushel. 

Peas 10 eta. per bushel. 

Rice 1 cent per lb. 

Rye 10 cts. per bushel. 

Wheat 16 cts. per bushel. 

Grass and Tuscan n'laits) Free 

Grasses, Fancy, dried but not col- 
ored or otherwise manufac- 
tured Free 

Grass, Manilla and Sea Grass. . . .Free 

Gravels Free 

Grease and Scraps Free 

Grease, Axle 1 cent per lb. 

Grindstones, $2 per ton. 
Gums, Amber, Arabic, Austra- 
lian, Copal, Damar, Mastic, 
Sandarac, Shellac, and Traga- 

canth Free 

Gum, British. Dreisine, Sizing 
Cream, and Enamel Sizing, 1 
ct. per lb. 
Guano and other animal and 

vegetable manures - Free 

Gut and Worm Gut.manufactured 
or unmanufactured for Whip 

and other Cord Free 

Gutta Percha, crude Free 

Gypsum, crude(Sulphate of Lime)Free 
Gutta Percha, manufactures of . . 26 

Guns, Rifles and Muskets 20 

Gun and Pistol Cartridges A Caps 30 
GunpowderA other Kxplosives, viz. 
On Gun Rifie and Pistol Cart- 
ridges, and Cartridge Cases of 

all kinds 30 

On Gun Rifle & Sporting Powder 
in kegs, half kegs or quarter 
kegs, and other similar pack- 

Kcreg 5 cts per lb. 

On Can.ionand Musket Powder 
in kegs and barrels, 4c. p. lb. 
On Canister Powder In pound 
and half lb. tins, 15c. perlb. 
On blasting and Mining Pow- 
der 3 cents per lb. 

On Giant Powder, Dualin, Dyn- 
amite and other explosives, 



fte.ad vat. 
in which nitroglycerine Is a 
constituent part: 

6c. per lb. and ail val 20 

On Nltrivglyrttrine: 

10 cents per lb. and ad val. 20 

Haircloth 80 

Hair, Curled 30 

Hair, Alpaca, Angola, KiifTalo, 
Bison,Camel's, Goat, Hog, llorxe. 

Human, unmanufatHured Fret 

Hair Oils 30 

Harness anil l^eathcr dressing ... 26 
Uarness and Haddlrry of evrry 

desrrlDlion 36 

Hatters' Kiirs, not on the skin . . Free 
Hay Ivnives, 2- and .'<- Pronged 
Forks of all klnd>, and Hoes, 

6 cts. each and 26 

Hams A Bacon, dried or smoked, 
2 cents per lb. 
Hnndkerchiefk, Cotton or Linen... 26 

Hay and Straw 20 

Hats, Silk, Felt, Straw, Chip, 

Grass 26 

llitttars' Plush of Silk or Cotton . . Free 

M-mIo:k Bark Free 

Hemp, undressed Free 

Hemp Rags, for manufacture of 

paper only Free 

Hickory Lumber, unnianufikct'ed.Frea 
Ilides, raw or uncovered, whether 

dry-salted or pickled Fr*e 

Honey , bees' In the comb or other- 
wise 3 cents per lb. 

Hops tt cents per lb. 

Hoofs, horn and horntlps Free 

Horns and Pelta Free 

Horn strips when to be used In 

making Corsets Free 

Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine, for 

the Improvement of Stock Free 

Horse Shoes 3U 

Horse Shoe Nails SO 

Hosiery, 10 cts. p. lb. A ad val... 30 
Horn and Ivory, manufactures of, 30 

Horse 'iO 

Horse Hair, unmanufactured. . . .Free 

Hubs of wood (rough) 15 

Uyopcyamusor Henbane Leaf . .Free 

Jce Free 

Imitation Precious Stones, not 

set 10 

India Rut)ber Boots and Shoes . . 25 

India Rubber Clothing 35 

India Rubber vulcanized liandles 

for knives and forks 10 

India Rubber Belting, Hose, Pack- 
ing .Mats and Matting, 6 cents 

per lb. and 15 

India Rubber, unmanufactured. .Fiee 

Indian Hemp, crude drug Free 

Indigo, Paste and Kxtract of. . . Free 

Indigo Auxiliary Free 

Iodine, crude Free 

Ink, writing 26 

Ink, others 20 

Ipecacuanha Root Free 

Iris, orris root Free 

IstleorTampico Fibre... Free 

Ivory and Ivory Nuts, unmanu- 
factured Free 

Ivory Veneers, sawn only Free 

Iron liquor for dying and calico 

printing Free 

Iron Masts for ships, or parts 

thereof Free 

Iron Sand 20 

Iron, manufactures, (eee manu- 
facturesof Iron.) 

Jalap, Root Free 

Japanned Ware and Tin Ware . . 26 

Jellies and Jams 5 cts. per lb. 

Jewelleryand other manufactures 

of gold and silver 20 

Junk, old Free 

Jute Butts Free 



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[1888 



4 



^c.ad vol. 

JuteCarpetiDgorMaU 26 

Jute Cloth, not leM than 40 <u?hei 
wide, for manufacture of bag8. Fue 

Juto, manfaetnres of 20 

Jute Yam when for manufar-ture 

ifCarpetn Kree 

Jute Canvai, uut lesB than 58 
iucheH wide, for mau'jfasturo of 

floor Oil Cloth Free 

Jute, u ri ma nu facta red Free 

Kainite or Uerman I'otbiih Halts, 

for fertUizera Free 

Kelp and Kryollte Free 

Labels for fruit, Tegetablei, meat, 
Ush nud confectionery, 16 cte. 

per lb. and 25 

Lsc, dye,crude, seed, button, stick 

audshell Free 

Laces, liraids. Fringes, Fmbroiu- 
eries, Oords, Tassels, Bracelets, 

Ac 30 

Lava, unmanufactured Free 

Lampblack 10 

Lamp Wlclts 30 

Lard, tried or rendered, 2c. ). ar lb. 

Lard, uatried Uc.perlb. 

Lard Oil 20 

Lead, bare and blocki, 60 cents 
per 100 lbs. 

" pipe H cents per lb. 

" old, pig and scraps, 40 cents 
per 100 lbs. 

Lead shot 1^ cents per lb. 

" manufactures of, not else- 
where specified 30 

" red Knd white, dry 5 

" white in pulp not mixed 

with oil & 

Lead, Nitrate or Aretate of. 5 

Leather liourd 3 cents per lb. 

" boot and shoe counters, 

i cent per pair. 
" morocco ebica, tanned, 

but rougher undressiid 10 
" sole, \^ ct. per lb. and .. 15 
" " rough or andisnsBd 10 

" belting, tanned ord<ei<s- 
c'l, but not colorea, 
waxed, or glazed, and 

ail upper leather 15 

" belting, and all upper, 

dressed snii waxed . . 20 
" japaaued, patent or eu- 

amellt'd 25 

" and skins, tanned, not 

elsewhere specified. .. . 20 
" all other manufactures 

not elsewhere specified 26 
>' Boots and Shoes, and 

Leather Belting 25 

" Glove, viz., Buck, Deer, 
Elk and Antelope, 
tanned or dressed, c>.'- 
ored or not colorecl. ... 10 

Leeches . . . Free 

Lemons and rinds of, in brlueFree 

for candying 

Linen Duck, Canvas, Diapers, or 
other manufactures of Flax, not 

elsewhere Kpecifled 20 

Lines and '''wines, for use of 

fisheries Free 

Liquorice Hoot I'astf, Kxtract of, 
2 ctH. per lb. 

Liquorice Root Free 

Litharge Free 

Litb'igraphed, I'rinted or Copper 

I'iftte HillB 30 

Lithographicstones, not engraved 20 
LltniuK and all IJchenF:, prepared 

and not prepared Free 

Lock.-- 3u 

Locomotives and Hallway Cars, 
the property of railway compan- 
ies in the tlnited States, so long 
as Canadian Locomotives and 



ifie.ad val. 
Can are admitted free in the 

United State! Free 

Locust Beam Free 

Logs and Round Timber, unmanu 
factured, not elsewhere pro 

Tided for Free 

Lumber, Plank and Boards, sawn, 
of boxwood, cherry, chestnut, 
gumwooa , mahogany, oak.pitch 
pine, rosewoo'' sandalwood wal- 
nut, Spanish cedar and white 
wood, not shaped, planed, or 
otherwise manufactured, and 

sawdust of the same I<'ree 

Provided that hickory lumber 
sawn to shape for spokes of 
wheels, but nntfurther manu- 
factured, shall be alno Free 

LumberandTimber, notelsewhere 

specified 20 

Magic Lanterns and Optical In- 
struments, including Micros- 
copes and Telescopes 25 

Manganese, Oxide of Free 

Manufactures oi' Iron, viz. : 
Iron in pig(. iron kentledge and 
cast scrap iron. . . |4 per ton. 
Scrap Iron and Scrap Steel, old 
and fit only to he re-manu- 
factured, being part of or re- 
covered from any vessel 
wrecked in waters subject to 
the jurisdietion of Canada. ..Free 
Wrought Iron, scrap iron, and 
scrap steel, being waste or 
refuse wrought iron or steel 
that has been in actual use, 
and is fit only to be re-manu- 
factured %i per ton. 

In slabs, blooms, loops, or other 
forms less finished than iron 
in ban, and mure advanced 
than p'lg iron, except cast- 
ings $9 per ton. 

Bar iron, rolled or hammered, 
compris'ng flats, rounds and 
squares, and bars and shapes 
of rolled iu a, not elsewhere 

specified $13 per ton. 

Iron or steel roiled round wire 
rods under half an inch in 
diameter, when imported by 
wire manufacturers tor use in 
their factories Free 

Iron and Steel Wire, galvanized 
or not, smaller than No. 5 
guage, and not smaller than 
'Vo. 14 guage ...# 20 

Whon 15 guage and coarser, 
not elsewhere specified 25 

Wire of spring steel, coppered 
or tinned. No. 9 gauge, not 
elsewhere specified 20 I 

Boiler or other plate iron, shear- 
ed or unsheared, skelp iion, 
sheared or rolled in grooves, 
and sheet iron, common or 
black, not thinner than No. 
JO guage, not elsewhere spe- 
cified $13 per ton. 

Sheet Iron, common or black, 
smoothed or polished, and 
coated or galvanized, tliiuner 
than No. 20 gnage, Canada 
plates and boiler or bridge 
plates of iron or steel not less 
than thirty inches wide, and 
not less than one-fourth of an 
inch in thickness 12i 



Hoop or band or scroll or other 
iron, eight inches or lehs in 
width and not thinner than 
No. 20 guage. . . .$13 per ton. 

Hoop or band or scroll or other 
iron, eight inches or less in 



It e. orf tajl 
width and thinner than No T 
20 guage 12^ 

Rail way FIfh Plants, $12 psr ton. 

Iron bridges and structural iron 

work, Ij- cts. per ib or not 

less than 35 1 

Forginps of iron and stepl, or 
forged iron of whatovrr shape 
or in whatever stage of manu- 
facture, not elsewbert- iperi 
fied, 1 J CIS. per lb. or not lei.B 

than 35 j 

Steel ingots, cogged iii(;ots'. 
blooms, Hnd Klabs, by whit- 
ever process made, blllHtnHnd 
bare, bands, hoops, stript;, snil 
sheets, of all guagen Hnii 
widths, (ail of a)>ove ilatsHs 
of steel not elsewhere provid. 
ed for valued at 4 ctt. (jr less 
per lb., except ingots, cogepil 
ingots, blooms, and Rlal.s, 
upon which the duty ithall 
not be less than $*< per ton). 
30 per cent., but not lesR than 
$12 per ton. 
When of greater value than 4 

cts. per lb I'ijI 

Steel rails, weigl ing not \vft 
than 25 Ibi. p-- lineal yiird, 

for use in rail » tracks Fre«| 

Steel, valued at 2v^ cts. per IIj, 
and upwards, fjr use in the 

manufacture of skates TrM] 

Steel not specially enumerated 

or provided for 30 

Provided that on all iron or 
steel bars, rods, strips, or steel 
sheets, of whatever shape, 
and on all iron or steel bars 
of irregular shape or section, 
cold roi led, cold hammereU, or 
polished in any way in addi- 
tion to the ordinary process 
of hot rolling or hammerinjr. 
% ct. per lb. additional. 
Provided further, that all metal 
produced from iron or its 
ores, which is cast and mal- 
leable, of whatever descrip 
tion or form, without regard 
to the percentage of carbon 
contained therein, whether 
produced by cementation, or 
converted, cast, or made from 
iron or its ores by the cru- 
cible, Bessemer, pneumatic, 
Thomas Qilchrist, btsic, Sie- 
mens-Martin, or open hearth 
process, or by the equivalent 
of either, or by the combins 
tion of two or more of the 
processes, or their equiva- 
lents, or by any fusion or 
other process which produces 
from iron or its ores a metal 
either granulous or fibrous in 
structure, which is cast and 
malleable, except what is 
known as malleable iron cast- 
ings, shall be classed and de- 
nominated as steel. 
And provided furthel, that all 
art icles rated as iron or manu- 
facture of iron, siiall lie 
chargeable with the same 
rate of duty if made of steel, 
or of steel or iron coiuliin-d, 
unless otherwise special ly pro- 
videa for. 
Malleable iron casting.", auJ 
(teel castings not elsewhere 
specified, $26 per ton, but not 

less than 3'J 

Cast iron vessels, plates, s'oti' 
plates and irons, sad irons. 



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29 






. . V e. ad co/J 

and thinner than No 

«e 1211 

FlchPl«nti,tl'2p«rton 
lK««»nd structural iron 

li ctg. per lb or not 
•n 35 1 

of Iron and Btcel, or 
iron of wb«tov<T shape 
■h(»teTer«UKef)fmanu. 
9, not eUewhRrc iperi- 
i ctB. per lb. or not less 



35 



m 



igots, cog«od iiiKotH. 
I, xnd slabs, by wli^t- 
rocess made, blllnliiHiKl 
ands, lioopi, strips, and 
, of all KCiages hdiI 
>, (all of above clansfs 
il not elsewhert) provid. 
valued at 4 ct». nr less 
, except ingots, coKeed 
, blooms, and Rlabs, 
which the duty Khali 
less than $*< per ton), 
cent., but not less than 
r ton. 
r greater value than 4 

rib 

lis. welgl ing not less 
!5 Ibi. p" ■ lineal yiird, 
! in rail f tracks. .,.Fre« 
lued at '.iv^cts. per lb. 
pwards, wr use in the 

acture of shales Trw 

t specialljr enumerated 

pided for 30 

1 that on all iron or 
iri, rods, strips, or steel 
, of whatever shape, 
^ all Iron or steel bars 
gular shape or section, 
lied, cold hammered, or 
id in any way in addi- 
I the ordinary process 
rolling or hammeriniT. 
>er lb. additional, 
further, that all metal 
*d from iron or its 
^hich is cast and mal- 
of whatever descrip 
form, without regard 
percentage of carbon 
led Ihertin, whether 
ed by cementation, or 
ted, cast, or made from 
its ores by the era- 
Bessemer, pneumatic, 
e Qilchrist, bjsic, S\& 
lartin, or open hearth 
or by the equivalent 
Br, or by the comblns 
two or more of the 
s, or their equiva- 
or by any fusion or 
rocess which produces 
on or its ores a metal 
;ranulous or fibrous in 
re, which is cast and 
lie, except what is 
as malleable iron cast- 
ball be classed and de- 
kted as steel, 
idea furthei, that all 
rated as iron or nianii- 
of iron, shall lie 
ible with the «aiiie 
duty if made of sterl, 
eel or iron comliiii'd, 
tlierwise special ly pro- 
jr. 

iron casting.*, and 
istings not ulsewhere 
d, ,^26 per ton, but not 

u 3' 

vesseli, plates, s'ore 
and irons, lad irons. 



"fie. ad vol, 
batters' Ironi, tailors' irons, 
and castings of Iron not elp» 
where specified, $16 per ton, 
bat not less than 30 

Cut iron pipe of every dasci Ip- 
tion, $l:' per ton, but not Int 
than 36 

.Ules and springs of Iron '»• 
steel for carriages, other than 
railway and tramway vehi- 
cles. 1 cent per lb. and 30 

Iron or steel car axles, parts 
thsreof, asle bars, axle blanks 
or forgings for axles, and car 
iiprings of all kinds, and all 
other springs not elg(>where 
specified, wiihout reference to 
the stage of manufacture, $30 
per ton, bnt not less than .... 35 

Tire Engines 3fi 

Locumotivea and other steam 
engines, boilers and machine- 
ry, composed wholly or in 
part of iron or steel, not else- 
where specified, provided that 
any locomotive which with 
its tender weighs thirty tons 
or over shall pay a duty of 
not less than $2,000 30 

Portable machines, portable 
steam engines, threshers and 
ssparators, horse powers, por- 
table saw mills and planing 
mills, and parts thereof, in 
any stage of manufacture — 35 

Locomotive tires of Bossomer 
steel in the rough ITree 

Boiler tunes or flues or stays of 
wrought iron or steel 15 

Wrought iren tubing, plain, 
not threaded, coupled, or 
otherwise manufactured, over 
two inches in diameter 16 

Tubes, not Mrelded, nor more 
than l]/^ inches in diameter, 
of rolled steel 15 

Swedish rollriU iron nail rods, 
under ^ inch in diameter, 
for the manufacture of horse 
shoe nails 20 

Up-we)ded iron tubing, thread- 
ed and coupled, or not, V/^ 
inches in diameter and over. 20 

Rolled iron or steel angles, 
channels, structural shapes, 
and special sections, Weighing 
less than 25 lbs., per lineal 
yard, not elsewhere specified, 
% ct. per lb. and ... 10 

Rolled iron or steel beams, glrd- 
der.H, joists, angles, channels, 
structural shapes, and spe- 
cial sections, weighing not 
loss than 20 lbs. per lineal 
yard 12J 

Rolled iron o" steel beama, gird- 
ers, joistSj angles, channels, 
eyebar blanks, made by the 
Kloman process, together with 
all 'itlier stractural shapes of 
rolled iron or steel bridge 
plate, not less than % of an 
inch thick, nor less than 15 
Inches wide, when imported 
by bridge mauufarturers for 
"«e exclusively in the manu- 
facture of iron iind steel 
biidnes 12J 

Wroui^ht Iron tubes, not other- 
wise specified, six-tenths of a 
ct. per lb. and 30 

Rolled rods of steel, under 14 
inch in diameter, or under J^ 
Inch square, when imported 
by knob or lock manufactur- 
ers or cutlers for use ezelus- 



|t e. ad vol. 
ively in such mannfaotures in 
their own faetorlM Free 

Safes, doors for safes and vaults, 
scales, balances, and weighing 
beams of iron or steel 36 

Skates, 20 cts. pel pair, and ... SO 

Wire rope of iron or steel, not 
otherwise provided for 25 

Sledges, track tools, wedges and 
crowbars of iron or steel, 1 
ct. per lb. and 25 

Uaiiders', cabinet makers', and 
carriage hardware,and locki. 85 

Muskets, rifles, and other fire- 
arms, and burglcal Instru- 
ments 20 

Nails and spikei, wrought and 
pressed, galvanized or not, 
and horse, mule, or ox shoes, 
11^ cts. per lb., but not less 
than 35 

Horse shoe nails, hob nails, and 
wire nails, and all other 
wrought iron or steel nails, 
not elsewhere sp. ified, IJ.^ 
cts. per lb., but not less than 35 

Cut tacks, brads, or sprigs, not 
exceeding sixteen ounces to 
the .housand...'.<cts per 1,01.0 
Exceeding sixteen ounces to 
the thousand...2 cts. per lb. 

Iron or iteel rivets, bolts with 
or without threads, or nuts 
or bolt blanks, less than % of 
an inch In dlam., l^^cts. per 
lb. and 30 

Wrought iron or steel nuts and 
washers, iron or steel rivets, 
bolts with or without threads 
or nuts and bolt blanks, and 
finished hinges or hinge 
blanks, not elsewhere speci- 
fied, 1 cent per lb. and 25 

Cut nails and spikes of iron or 
steel 1 ct. per lb. 

Screws, commonly called "wood 
screws," two inches or over in 
length, 6 cts. per lb.; one 
inch and less than two inches, 
8 cts. per lb.; less than one 
inch. U cts. per lb. 

Iron or steel railway bars, and 
rails for railways and tram- 
ways of any form, punched or 
not, not elsewhere specifj,id, 
$8 per ton. 

Manufactures, articles, or wares 
not specially enumerated or 
provided for composed wholly 
or in part of iron or steel, 
and whether partly or wholly 
manufactured 3') 

Ferro-manganese, ferro-slllcon, 
steel bloom ends, and crop 
ends of steel rails, for the 

manufacture of steel 

$2 per ton. 

Steel bowls for cream separators, 
stuel for the manufacture of 
files, whan imported by file 
manufacturers for use in their 
factories Free 

Nail plate of iron or steel 16 
guagoand thicker.$13perton. 

On Shovels and Spades 

$1 per doz. and 2o 

On Carpenters, Coopers.Cabi net- 
makers' and all other Me- 
chanics' Tools, Edge Tools of 
every description, including 
Saws, of all kinds, and on 
Steel Skates 30 

On Files and Rasps 36 

On Cutlery 26 

On Fire Arms, tIi.: Muiketa, 
Rifles, Pistols and Shot Qnns 20 

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'^e.ad vol. 
On KnifeBladesor Knife Blanks 
In the rough, unhandled, for 

ase by electroplaters 10 

On Needles, vii. : Cylinder 
needles, band f^ame needles 

and latch needles SO 

Manufactures of Wood, viz. : — 
Woodetiware, Pails, Tubs, 
Churns, Brooms, Brnshesand 
other manufacturers of wood 

not elsewhere specified 26 

Hubs, Spokes, Felloes and 

Wheels(rough) 16 

Manuscripts Fre«- 

Manilla Orass Free 

Manilla Hoods 20 

ftlantles. Slate 80 

Mace and Nutmegs 26 

Magnesia 20 

Mats and Matting of Cocoa or Coir 
Jute, grasi not elsewhere pro- 
vided for 26 

Matches, wax 20 

Mai^hinery noteisewherespecffled 25 

Urtchine-Card, Clothing 25. 

Marble, finished, and on all manu- 
fiictures of Marble not else- 
where specified , SO 

Marble in blocks from the quarry, 
in the rough or sawn on two 
sides only and not specially 
ihapen, containing less than 

fifteen cubic feet 15 

Marble containing 15 cubic ft. or 

over 10 

Marble Blocks and Slabs sawn on 

more than two sides 25 

Marble Slabs sawn on not more 

than two sides 15 

Marble, Finished, and all manu- 
factures of marble not elsewhere 

specified 35 

Madder and Munjeet or Indian 
Madder, ground or prepared, 

and all exti acts of Free 

Malt, flfteun cents per bush, upon 
entry for Warehouse, subject to 
Excise Regulations. 
Malt, Extract of, for Medicinal 

purposes 25 

Macaroni and Vermicelli 

2 cts. per lb. 

Maps and Charts 20 

Meats, fresh or salted, on actual 
weight as received in Canada, 
(except Bacon, Hams, Shoulders 

and Sides) 1 ct. per lb. 

Shoulders, Sides, Bacon and 
Hams, fresh, salted, dried or 

smoked 2 cts. per lb. 

Poultry and Oame fall kinds .. 20 
All other Dried or Smoked Meats, 
or meats preserved In any other 
w'ay than salted or pickled, not 
otherwise specified . .2c. per lb. 
Medicines. Proprietary, to wit:— 
All medicinal preparations or 
compositions recommended 
to the public under any 
general name or title as npe- 
cifics for any diseases or affec- 
tions whatsoever affeeting 
the human or animal bodies, 
not otherwise provided for. 
All liquids fifty per cent, ad 

vol 50 

And all others twenty-five per 

cent, od va2 25 

Milk Food. Man. by Henri Nestle, 
Dr. Gibaut, and others, and all 

other similar preparations 30 

Menageries, Horses, Cattle, Car- 
riages mw" tfarnesses of, under 
regulations to be prescribed by 

the Minister of Customs .Free 

Mercury Free 



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f^ c. ad val. 
MedaU of Oold, Silver or Copprr.Free 
Metal, yellow, in bolts, bars, and 

for sheathing. Free 

Meerschaum, crude cr raw Free 

Meerschaum, manufactures of. . , 20 

Mictt and Mica Waste 20 

Mineralogy, Specimens of Free 

Mill Board of I'apei 10 

Mineral Waters, natural, not in 
bottles, under regulations to be 
made by the Minister of Cus- 
toms Free 

Millinery, not elsewhere provided 

tor 20 

Models of Inventions Free 

Moss, Iceland, and other Mosses. Free 
Moss, seaweed and all other vige- 
table substances used for beds 
or mattresses, in their natural 

state or only cleaned Free 

Mouldings of Wood, plain 25 

•' " gilded, &c... 30 

Mowing machines, self- binding 
harvesters, harvesters without 
binding, bindlug attacbmo^ts. 
• reapers, sulky and walking 
ploughs, and all other agricul- 
tural machines and implements 
not otherwise provided for .... 35 

Mucilage 30 

Musical Instruments, not else- 

rhere specified 25 

Munioet Free 

Mustard Gak» 20 

Mustard Seed, unground IS 

" ground 25 

Musk, in powder or grains Free 

Music in Sheets or Bound 

10 cents per lb. 
Naptba . . .7 1-& cti. per Imp. gal. 

Naval and Military Stores Free 

Newspapers A quarterly, monthly 
and semi-monthly Magazines, 
and weekly literary papers, un- 
bound F/ee 

Newspapers, partly printed, and 
intended to be completed and 

published in Canada 25 

Nitro-Qlycerine, 

10 cts. per lb. and ad val. 20 

Nitre, Cubic Free 

Nickel Free 

Nickel Anodes 10 

Nitrate of Soda or Cubic Nitre . .Free 
Nuts, all kinds, not elsewhere 

specified 3 cents per lb. 

Nut Galls Free 

Oatmeal i ct. per lb. 

Oak Bark Free 

Oakum Free 

Ochres, dry, ground or unground, 

washed or unwashed 10 

Oil Cake Free 

Oil Cake Meal Free 

Oil Cloth in the piece, cut or 
shaped, oiled, enamelled, &e., 
not otherwise provided for, 5 
cents per square yard and ... . 15 

Oil Cloth for floors 

5 cts. per sq. yard, and 20 
Oils, Coal and Kerosene, distilled, 
purified or refined, Naphtha, 
Benzole, Petroleum, Products 
of Petroleum, Coal, Shale and 
Lignite not elsewhere specified, 
7 1-6 cts. per Imp. gal. 

Oils, Carbolic or Heavy Oil 10 

Oils, Linseed or Flax Seed, raw or 

boiled 30 

" Cod Liver, medicated 20 

" Lard, Neatsfoot, Olive or 
Salad and Sesame Seed. ... 20 
Oil8,LubricatiDg,composed wholly 
or in part of Petroleum,and 
costing 30 cts. per Imp.gal. 
or over 25 



^ c. ad val. 
Do., costing less than SO cts. 
per Imp gal., 

7 1-5 cts. per Imp, gal. 

Another Lubricatiog Oils 25 

Oils, Hair 30 

" Sperm 20 

" Castor 20 

" Vegetable not elsewhere 

specified 20 

" Cocoa Nut and Palm in their 

natural state Free 

" not elsewhere specified 20 

Opium, Drug $1 per lb. 

Opium, prepared for smoking . . . 

$5.00 per lb. 

Oranges and rinds of, in brine for 

candying Free 

Oranges and Lemons, in boxes of 
capacity not exceeding 2V^ cubic 
feet, 25 cents per box. In half 
boxes not exceeding 1^ cubic 
feet, 13 cents per box. In cases 
and aU othitr packages, 10 cents 
per cubic foot holding capacity. 
In bill':, fl 60 per thousand 
Oranges or Lemons. In barrels 
not exceeding in capacity that 
of the 196 pounds flour barrel, 
55 cents per barrel. 
Organs, Cabinet, viz. : — 

On Reed Organs ha ing not 
more than two sets of reeds, 

$10 each and ad val. 15 
Over two sets and not over four, 

$15 each and ad val. 15 
Over four and rot over six ... . 

$20 each and ad val 15 
Over six sets, $30 each & ad val. 15 

Ordnance Stores Free 

Ores of Metal of all kinds Free 

Ornaments of Alabaster, Spar, 

Terra Cotia, Ac 30 

Osiers Free 

Ottar of Roses Free 

Paintings, Drawings, Engravings 

and Prints • . . . . 20 

Paintings, in Oil or Water Colours, 
by Canadian artists, under regu- 
lations to be made by the Min- 
ister of Customs Free 

Paintings,in Oil or Watei Colours, 
by artists of well-kno-'-n merit, 
or copies ol the old ir.asters by 

such artists Free 

Paints and Colors liot elsewhere 

specified 20 

Fire Proof Paint, <iry,J4 c. pel lb. 

Paper Hangings or Wall Paper, 

in rolls, on each eight yards : — 

Brown Blanks 2 cts. 

White Papers, Qrounded 

Papers, and Satins ... Sets. 

Single Print Bronz^es ... 7 cts. 

Colored Bronzes 9 cts. 

Embossed Bronzes 11 cts. 

Col'd Borders, narrow... 8 cts. 
"Colored Borders, wide, 10 cts. 
Bronze B'ders, narrow. 15 cts. 
Bronze B'ders, wide ... 18 cts. 

Embossed Borders 20 cts. 

Paper of all kinds. Calendered or 

otherwise 25 

Paints and Colours ground in oil, 

or any other liquid 25 

Paris Green, dry 10 

Paper, Manufactures of, includ- 
ing envelopes, papoteries, and 
paper in boxes, not elsewhere 

specified 35 

Paper, Sand, Glass and Emery. . . 25 
Paper, Union collar cloth Paper 

in sheets not shaped 5 

Paper Waste or Clippings (see 

Rugs Free 

Paper, Millboard, not straTV 10 

Paper, Calendered, ruled 35 



¥«. ail ca 
Paper, ruled or bordered ; 

Paper, tissue, when iinpdrtVd'bv ' 
manufacturers of aitiflriHi ^^,^. 
ers for use in their fHctorieg .., inj 
Collars, Cuffs an,1 Shirt Fronti 
of paper, linen or cotton , , ; 

Paper tarred 14 cent per'lV. 

Parasols of all materiaU ;, 

Parafflne Wax and Stearine. .3c.i,er'^il 
Palm Leaf, unmanufHctui-cd . .. ,FrJ 

Paste, perfumed 

Peaches 1 cent pi-r lb. 

Perfumery, including Toilt-t Pre. 
parations, Hair Oils, Tnotli and 
other Powders and Wsslief, 
Pomatums, Paste and other 
Perfumed Preparations used for 

hair, mouth or skin 3)1 

Pearl, Mother of, not manufact'd Frel 

Pepper, unground iq| 

" ground jjl 

Persis or Extracts of arcliill »nj 

cudbear Kr« 

Pencils, Lead, in wood or other- 
wise 25| 

Perfumed Spirits and Cologne 
Water in bottles, fiasks or other 
packages weighing more than 

four ounces each 

$2.00 per Imp.gallon and ad ra(. 40| 
Perfumed Spirits and Cologne 
Water in bottles not weighing 
more than four ounces each , . 50 1 

Peas 10 cts. per bush. 

Pelts Fr« 

Phosphorus Fri>t 

Phosphor Bronze in blocks, bar;, 

sheets and wire 10 1 

Photographic Dry Plates 

15 cents per square foot. 

Picture frames 36 | 

Pipes, Lead H rents per lb. 

Pickles in bottles, 40 cents per 
gallon. 16 half pints, 8 pints, 4 
quarts to a gallon. In jars, bot- 
tles or other vessels, the quan- 
tity to be ascertained and same 
duty charged, duty to include 
bottles and other packages. 
Pickles in bulk, in vinegar, or 
vinegar and mustard, 35 cent; 
per gallon. In brine, 25 oentB 
per gallon. 
Pins, manufactured from wire of 

any metal 30 

Pipe Organs, and sets or parts 
of sets of Reeds for Cabinet 

Organs 25 

Pitch (Pine), in packages of not 

less than 15 gallons Kretl 

Pitch (Coal) 10 I 

Pitch, Burgundy Fre»| 

Pipe Clay Fre»| 

Pianofortes, viz. : — 
On all square ' inafortei, whe- 
ther round cornered or not, 

not over seven octaves 

$25 each and ad val 20 
On liU other square pianofortes, 

$30 each and ad val. 20 

On upright pianofortes 

$30 each and ad val. 20 
On concert, semi-concert or 

parlor grand pianofortes 

$60 each and ad val. 20 

Pianos, parts of 25 

Ploughs 35 

Plate Glass, slivered 30 

Platinum Wire Fr« 

Plumbago i? 

" manufactures of 25 

Playing Cards. . . 6 cts. per pack. 

Plaits, Tuscan and Grass fi>*\ 

Plants vis..— Fruit, Shade, Uwn 
and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs 
and Plants ^^ 



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31 






1 . 1 "^o. ad t 

led or bonlered 

I8U8, when impc'rted bv 

cturorsofaitifloialfl,,^. 

use In their factoriea 

, Cuffs an-^. Shirt Fronts 

r, linen or cotton 

'"!'*••• ^centpe^Vb', 

>f all materlalu . . 



■ •....... .1 cent perVb. ' 

y, including Toilt-t Pre- 
i«, Hair OHb, Tootli Btid 
'owders and WaKbeg, 
ma, Paste and other 

3d Preparationfl lined for 

)uth or skin 39 

ther of, not manufact'd Frl 

nground jqI 

round []['[ .,^1 

Extracts of archill and ' 

ead, in wood or other- 



8 ....Fr.« 

Bronze in blocks, bars, 

id wire ]q 

bio Dry Plates 

15 cents per square foot, 

mes 35 

i li cents per lb. 

bottles, 40 cents per 
lehalfpints, 8plut8,4 
'a gallon. Injars.bot- 
ther vessels, the quan- 
I ascertained and sams 
irged, duty to include 
Dd other packages. 

bulk, in vinegar, or 
»nd mustard, 35 cents 
n. In brine, 25 cents 

D. 

ifactured from wire of 

.1 30 

IS, and sets or parts 
if Reeds for Cabinet 

25 

i), in packages of not 

15 gallons Fretl 

) 10 

!undy I'mi 

Fre«| 

, viz.: — 

[uare ' inafortei, whe- 
uni cornered or not, 
r seven octavos 

$25 each and ad val. 20 
ler square pianofortes, 

$-30 each and ad ml. 20 
It pianofortes 

$30 each and ad vul. 20 
9rt, semi-concert or 
rand pianofurtex 

$60 each and ad val, 20 

;8 of 25 

3o 

silvered 30 

^ire Fre 

10 

lanufactures of 29 

ds. . , 6 cts. per pack. 

in and Orass Fre»| 

—Fruit, Shade, I^awn 
mental Trees, Shrubs 
■ 20 



ft e. ad val. 
I Plitfd Ware, Qllt Ware and 

Electro-plate Ware of all kinds 30 
I Plttea engraved on Wood and 

on Steel or other metal 20 

piaster ot Paris or Gypsum, grou'd 
10 cents per 100 lbs. 
Piaster of Paris, calcined or 
manufactured, 15c. per 100 lbs., 
or 4.') cents per bbl. not over 
300 ll)«. 

Plaster of Paris, ground, not cal- 
cined ... 10 cents per 100 lbs. 
Portland and Roman Cement to 
be classed with all other 
Cements at specific rates. {See 
Cement ) 

Potash, Bichromate of Free 

Potash, German mineral Free 

Potash, Muriate of Crude Free 

Potash. Red Prustiate of 10 

Pomades, French or flower Odor, 
preserveu in fat or oil for the 
purpr'Se of conserving the odors 
of flowers which do not bewr 
tbe beat of distillation, when 
imported in tine not less than 

ten pound each 15 

Potatoes 15 cts. per bush 

Portable machines, portable steam 

iDgines, &c 35 

Porter when imp. in bottles. 

(See Ale). 18 cti. per Imp. gal. 

Porter when imp. in casks. (See 

lie) 10 cts. per Imp. gal. 

Precipitate of Copper Free 

Printing Presses of all kinds .... 10 
Printed, Lithographed or Copper 
or Steel Plate Bills, Cheques, 
Receipts, Drafts, Cards,Comnier- 
cial Blank Forms of every de- 
scription 30 

Printed Music, bound or in sheets, 

10 cts. per lb. 

.\drertising Bills, Tickets and 

Ponters, 15 cts. per lb. and. ... 25 

Prunella and Cotton and Woolen 

Netting for Boots, Shoes and 

QloTes 10 

Puoiiceand Pumice 3tone,ground 

or unground Free 

Pumps, cittern, well, Ac 35 

Putty 26 

Quercitron, or Extract of Oak 

Bark, for tanning Free 

Quilli in their natural state or 

unplumod Free 

Quinine, Sulphate of Free 

Rags of cotton, linen, jute and 
hemp, paper waste or clippings, 
and waste of any kind fit only 

for manufacture of paper Free 

Rattans, unmanufactured ...... Free 

" manufactured 25 

Raisins, 1 cent per lb. and 10 

W Liquor, for dyeing and calico 

printing Free 

Rfnnet, raw or prepared Free 

Rhubarb Itoot Free 

Sice l}4ct». perlb. 

Rice, uncleaned, unhulled when 
imported dried from country of 

growth 17i 

Rice and Sago Flour, 2 cts. per lb. 

Ribbons 30 

Rifles ;.....'.!.' 20 

Riods of Lemon in Brine for Can- 

<i.ving Free 

Rofin, in packages of not less 

than 16 gallons Free 

Roots, Medicinal Free 

Rubber, manufactures of 25 

Rubber, India, unmanufectured Free 
Rubb»r, recovered and rubber 

substitute Free 

5r« 10 cts. per bush. 

Rye Flour 60 cts. per bri. 



'^ cad val. 

Safes, of Iron 26 

Saffron and Safl9ower,and extract 

of Free 

Saffron, Cake Free 

Sago 20 

Sago and Rice flour 2c. per lb. 

Sails, ready-made, for boats, ships, 

awnings and tents 26 

Sal Ammonia Free 

Sal Soda Free 

Salt Cake (Sulphate of Soila) for 

manufacturing purposes Free 

Salt, (e.xcept Salt imported from 
the United Kingdom or any 
British possession, or imp(>rted 
for the use of the Sea or Gulf 
Fisheries, which shall be free of 
duty,) in bulk. ..10c. per 100 lbs. 
Salt, in bags, barrels and other 
packages, bags or barrels same 

duty as if imported empty 

16 cents per 100 lbs. 
Salt, fine, in bulk . 10c. per 100 lbs. 

Saltpetre 20 

Saud Free 

Sand Paper, Glass and Emery 

Paper 30 

Sarsapariila Root Free 

Sauces and Catsup in bottles, 16 
half pints, 8 pints, 4 quarts to 
gallon, per gallon 40 cts. and... 20 

Sausage Casings, not cleaned Free 

Screws.not otherwise provided for 35 

Scythes $2.40 vtr dox. 

Sea Weed, not elsewliere specified Free 
Seeds, vis.: Flower, Garden, Field 
and other Seeds for agricultural 
purposes, when in bulk or in 

large parcels 16 

Seeds, in small papers or parcels. 25 
Seeds — Anise, Coriander, Cardi- 
mon, Fennel and Fenagruk. . . Free 

Senna in Leaves Free 

Settlers' Effects, vii : Wearing 
Apparel, Household Furniture, 
Ac: Provided that under regu- 
lations to be made by the Min- 
ister of Customs, live stock, 
when imported into Manitoba 
or the North West Territories 
by intending settlers, shall be 
free, until otherwise ordered by 
the Governor in Council. 
Sewing Machines, whole or on 
beads, or parts of heads, $3 each 

&a<Xvala4 20 

Shawls, Woollen, ad val 26 

Shawls, Silk 30 

Shellac, White, for manufticturing 

purposes Free 

Shingles 20 

Shells, manufactured 30 

Ships and other Vessels, built in 
any foreign country, whether 
steam or sailing vessels, on ap- 
plication for Canadian Register, 
on the fair market value of the 
hull, rigging,and all appliances, 

except machinery 10 

On boiler, engine, and other 

machinery 25 

Shrubs and Plants 20 

Silex or Crystallized Quartz Free 

Silk Velvets, and alhnanufacturcs 
of Silk, or of which Silk is the 
component part of chief value, 
not elsewhere specified, except 

Church Vestments 30 

Silk in the gum, not more ad- 
vanced than singles, tram and 
thrown organzine, and Raw 

Spun Silk, not covered 16 

" Sewing and Silk Twist 26 

" raw or as reeled from the Co- 
coon, not being doubled, twist- 
ed or advanced in manufacture 

[81] 



ft C. ad val. 
in any way. Silk Cocoons and 

Silk Waste Free 

Silk plush netting, used for 

manufacture of t;love8 15 

Silver Coin, United States 20 

Silver Leaf 26 

Silver and German Silver, in 

sheets 10 

Silver and German Silver for 

manufacturing purposes Free 

Stl'.cite of Soda Free 

Skins, undressed, dried, or salted 

pickled Frea 

Slate of all kinds ai d manufac- 
tures, not otherwise specified. . 25 

Slate Mantels 30 

Slates for Writing and for Schools, 

1 cent each and 20 

Slates, RooCag Slate, black or 

blue 80 cents per square. 
Slates, red, green, and other 

colours, $1 pur square. 
Slates of all kindR, atid manufac. 
tures of, not elsewhere specified, 

1 cent per squaie foot and 25 

Sleighs, Wheelbarrows, and other 

like articles 30 

Soap, common brown and yellow, 

not perfumed . .IJ/^ ct. per lb. 

Soap, castile and while, 2c per lb. 

Soap Powders 3 cts. per lb. 

Soap, perfumed or toilet, 10 cents 

per lb. and 10 

SnutT, 30 cts. per lb. and ad val. . 12^ 
Socks and stockings of cotton, 
wool, worsted, the hair of the 
alpaca goat or other like animal, 

10 ctB. per lb. and 30 

Soda, Caustic Free 

Soda Ash Free 

Sodium, Sulphide of. Free 

Shovels and Spades, and s)>ovel 
and spade blanks, $1 per doz. 

and 26 

Spelter in blocks or pigs Free 

Specimens of Mineralogy Free 

Specimens of Botany Free 

Spectacles and Kye' Musses 30 

Parts of above till i-ihed 25 

Spices of all kinds, except Nut- 
megs and Mace, unground. .. . 10 
Spices of all kliids, except Nut- 
megs and Mace, ground 25 

Spices. Maces and Nutmegs... 25 
Spirits and Strong Waters, not 
having been sweetened or 
mixed with any article, so that 
the degree of strengttt thereof 
cannot be ascertained by Syke's 
Uydrometer, for every Imperial 
gallon of the strength of proof 
by such Uydrometer and so in 
proportion for any greater or 
less strength than the strength 
of proof, and lor every greater 
or less quantity than a gallon, 
viz: — Geneva Gin, lium, WhiK- 
key and unenumerated articles 
of like kinds, $1 75 per I gal. 
»f Brandy ,,, .$2 00 per I gal. 
" Old Tom Gin $1 75 per I gal. 
" sweetened and mixed, so 
that the strength cannot be as- 
certained as aforesaid, viz. : — 
Kuni Shrub, Cordials, Schiuilani 
Schnapps, Tafia-Bitters and 
unenumerated articles of like 

kinds $1 90 per I gal. 

Spirits and Strong Waters, not 

elsewhere specified, $1 90 per l.gal. 
Spirits and Strong Waters im- 
ported into Canada, mixed with 
any ingredient or ingredients, 
and although thereby coming 
under tbe denomination of Pro- 
prietkry Medicines, Tinctures, 



1'^ il 



If 



82 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



[18881 



h 



^ c. ad vol. 
KsieneeB, Kxtracti or any other 
denomination not eloewhere 
Hpeciflud, shall be, nevertheleBi, 
deemed "Spirits or Strong 
Waters," and subject to a duty 
u such $'2 00 per I gal. and 30 

Spirits, perfumed, ant Cologne 
Water, in bottles or flaslcs not 
weighing more than 4 uz. each 60 

Spirits, perfumed, and Cologne 
Water in bottIeK, flastcs or other 
packages weighing mure than 4 
oz.e»ch,$200p«rgal andadval. 40 

Sponges 20 

Spurs and Stilts, used in the 
manufacture of earthenware ...Free 

Squills Free 

Starch, iucluuing Farina, Corn 
Starch or Flour, and all pre- 
parations baviag the qualities 
of Starch 2ctR. perlb. 

Steel and Manufactures of. (See 
Manufactures of Steel). 

Stereotypes and Electrotypes for 
ccmtnercial blanks and adver- 
tisements 20 

Stereoliries and fc^lactiotypes of 
Stauuaid Books 10 

Stereotypes and Kluctrotypes.and 
Bases for same, not elsewhere 
specified 5 cents per lb. 

Stone, Water Lime, or Cement 
Stone $1 per ton. 

Stone, viz.:— llough Freestone, 
Sand Stone and all bulMii g 
Stoue, except Marble, 

$1 per ton of 13 cubic feet. 

Stone fur building and dressed 
Freestone, except Marble from 
the qiisrry, not hammered or 
chisBeled, and on all manufac- 
tures of Stone or Granite 20 

Flag8lone8,dressed,$2 00^ton 

Stoves and otlier Castings, not 
elsewhere specified 25 

Straw 20 

Straw Board, in sheets or rolls, 

plain or tarred. 

40 cents per luO Iba. 

Straw Uuts 26 

Sugar, .MeUdo, Concentrated Me- 
lido. Concentrated C.tne Juice, 
Concentrated Mola.S8eR, Concen- 
trated Beet Root .luleeand Con- 
crete, when imported direct 
from the country of growth and 
production, for refining pur- 
poses only, not over No. 14 
Dutch Standird in color, and 
not testing over 70 degree.s by 
the polariscope. 1 cent per lb., 
and for every additional degree, 
shown l)y polariscope test, 'A}/^ 
cent" per 100 lbs. additional. 

Sugar not for refining purposes, 
not over 14 Dutch Standard In 
color, when Irapirted direct 
from the country of growth and 
production, 1 cent per lb. and 
IjOpprcent. on thevaluefhernof 
free on board at the last port 
of sliipment 

Sugars above No. 14 Dutch Stand- 
ard in color, and reflned Sugar 
of all kinds, grad -s or stand, 
ards, V/^ cents per lb., and 35 
per cent, on the value thereof 
fr^e on lK)ard at the last port 
of shipment. 

On Sugars not Imported direct 
without transhipment from 
the country of growth and 
production, there shall be 
levied and collected an addi- 
tional duty of 7^ per cent. 



^c. adval. 
of the whole duty so other- 
wise payable thereon. 
Provided that when any cargo 
of sugar imported for refining 
purposes is found to grade, 
in part, above No. 14 Dutch 
Standard in color, such part 
to the extent of not exceed- 
ing 16 per cent, of the whole 
cargo may be admitted to 
entry by polariscopic test. 
Syrups, Cane Juice, Keflned 
Syrup, Sugar House Syrup or 
Sugar House Molasses, Syrup 
of Sugar, Syrup of M jlasses, 
or Sorghum, whether imported 
direct or not, 1 cent per lb. 

and 30 

Molasses, other, when imported 
direct,without transhipment, 
from the country of growth 

and production 16 

Molasses when not so imported 20 
The value upon whl.h the ad 
valorem ialy shtll be levied 
and collected upon all the 
above named Sugars, Melsdo, 
Syrups, Molasses, Ac, shall 
be the value thereof free on 
board. 

Syrnp of Glucose 

2 CbQts per lb. 

Sulphate of Iron Free 

Sulphur, in roll or flour Free 

T*fia |( 90 per I gal. 

Ta;;glog metal, plain. Japanned 
or coated, in coils not over Hin. 
in width, when imported by 
manufacl'i'8 of shoe and corset 
laces, for use in their factories. Free 

Tails, uadiesaed, Free 

Tallow Ict.perlb. 

Tampico, while and black Free 

Taunei s' Baik Free 

Taraxacum Koot Free 

Tar, Pine, in packages of not less 

than 15 gallons Free 

Terra-Japonica Free 

Tea Free 

Tea, when imoorted from U. 8 .... 10 

Teasels Free 

Telephones ,. 26 

Thread, \Aota 20 

Tickets ana Advei iising Biilsand 

Fol Jers, 15 cts. per lb. and. ... 25 
Tiles, Drain, and Di ain I'ipes and 

Sewer Pipes, glazed. 26 

Tin, in bars, blocks or pig, plates 

and sheets .Free 

Tin Crystals 20 

Tinware, Stamped and Japanned 
Wa>e, and on all manulactures 
of Tin not elsewhere specified. . 26 
TIasmitlis' tools, harness makers' 
and saddlers' hardware, includ- 
ing cuiry combs 35 

Thictures.contaloing Soil its, $2.00 

per I. gal. and 30 

Tobacco Pipes, CUy 35 

Tobacjo, unmauui'iciiired for K:;- 
cise purposes, under conditions 

of Art 31 Vic, Gap 51 Free 

Tob.icco, manufactured, and Snuff 

30c. per ] b. and ad val. 12| 
Tomatoes, fresh, 30 cents per 

bushel and 10 

Tool i, Kdge 30 

Tortoise and other Sbelh, un- 
manufactured , Free 

Towels of eve- V d«'»'ii(l''i<. 26 

Toys of all kluds 30 

Treenails Free 

Trees, Apple of all kinds, each... 2c 
" Pear " " " ... 4c 
'• Plum " " " ... 5c 
« Cuerry " " " ... 4o 

[32] 



^ C. ad Bal 

Trees, Quince, of all kinds, each... 21 
" when Imported Into Mani- 
toba or N. W. T. for pUnt- 

log Frib 

Tripoli 2ol 

Trunks of all kinds. Pocket bioii 

and Purses 351 

Tubes and Piping of Iron (seam- 
less), Wrought Iron, Tubini? 
plain, not threaded or coupled 

or otherwies manufactured 15| 

Tubes and Piping of Brass (seam- 
less drawn) iq 1 

Tubesand PlpingofCopper(9eam- 

less drawn) io| 

Turmeric Prti 

Turpentine, raw or crude ..,,',. Kr 

Turpentine, Spirits of ','.', 10 1 

Turtles ',Vre( 

Tuscan and Grass Plaits . ...i.'.Frei 
Twines of all kinds, 1 cent per lb. 

and '251 

Type for Printing 20 

Type Metal 10 ' 

Umbrellas 30 j 

Umbrella and Parasol Steel, Iron 
or Brass Ribs. Runners, Rings, 
Caps, Notches, Tin Caps and 
Ferrules, when imported by and 
for the use of manufacturers of 

umbrellas 20 

UnionCollarClolh Paperinshettts 

not shaped 6 

Union CoMar Jloth Paper, glossed 

or finished 20 

Vaccine and ivoiy vaccine points.FrMl 

Valerian Root Free| 

Valises, Satchels, Carpet Bags, 

casus for jewels and watches, 

and other like articles of any 

material, 10 cents each and. ... 30 

Vai uisli, black ana bright, for 

ships' use Fre«| 

Varoi.sh, not elsewheie specified, 

20c. per Imp. gal. and ad val. . ii 
Vasilineand all similar p?'ep.tra- 
tions of Petroleum in bulk, 

4cis. perlb. 
In bottles or p.ickagee, not 
over 1 lb. in weight each, 

6 cts. per lb. 
Vegetables, viz. : 

Potatoes 10c. per bush. 

Tomatoes... 30 cts. per buttiel 

and 10 

Tomatoes and other vegela- 
bles,<n<-luding Corn in cans, 
waigiiiiig not over 1 lb., 2c 
pnr can, and 2c additional 
per can for each lb. or frac- 
tion of a lb. over 1 lb. 
All other, including Sweet 

Potatoes -i 

Velveteens and Cotton Velvets ... 'M 

Vermicelli and Macaroni W 

Veneers of Wood, sawn on)y 10 

Veneerj of Ivory, sawn only . . . .Free I 
Verdigris, Subacetate of Cop, dry. Free | 
Vegetable Fibres, natural.uot pro- 
duced by any mechanical pro- 
cess Fr«* I 

Vinegar 15c perl.gal. 

Vitriol, Blue '*'"« | 

Volatllo or Essential Ulls, for 

mauafacturing purposes -0 

Wagons. (See Oarriaces) 36 

Wadding, Cotton, uublear^hed 

2c. per lb. 4 ad val. 15 

Wadding, Cotton, bleached 

3 cts. per lb. and 15 

Walnuts 3 cents per lb. 

Watches and Watch Cases '^5 

Watches, actions or movemeots... 10 
WateNLime, Stone or Cement 

Stone $1 per ten 

WasU, Cotton ff" 



[18881 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



33 



-*-v. 



■^c. ad 
se, of all kinds, e»ch... % 

I imported into Manl- 
)r N. W. T. for plsnU 
Fri 

20 

II kinds, Pocket books 

'B 30| 

Piping of Iron (Heam- 
ou);bt Iron, Tubini; 
. threaded or coupled 

ies manufactured 15 1 

?lpiDg of BrasH (Beam 

0) \0| 

'1 ping of Copper (seam- 
u) 



Fr* 

, raw or crude FreL 

Spirit* of 10 ] 

Frw 

Grass PUits Frei 

11 kinds, 1 cent per lb. 

251 

inting 2u 

10 

30 1 

ad ParaKol Steel, Iron 
Ribs. Runners, Rings, 
tcbei, Tin Cap8 and 
when im ported b; and 
le of manufacturers of 



20 



r Cloth Paper in sheeU 

Id 5 I 

ir Jloth Paper, glossed i 

d 20 i 

1 Jvoiy vaccine poiiit8.Fre»| 

X)t Fre»| 

.tcheU, Carpet Bags, 
jewels and watches, 
r like articles ot any 
10 cents each and. ... 30 
ack ana bright, for 

I Freil 

)t eUewbeie tipxcified, 
mp. gal. and ad val. , 25 
i all similar prepura- 
etroleum in bulk, 

4 ciR. per lb. 
)8 or p.ickages, not 
b. in weight each, 

6 ctt. p«r lb. 
tIz.: 

8 lOc. per bush. 

es... SOcts. per buahel 



10 



26 
2u 
20 
10 
Free I 



es and other vegela- 
icluding Corn in cans, 
ing not over 1 lb., 2c 
Du, and 2c additional 
u for each lb. or frac- 
f a lb. over 1 lb. 
ler, iucluiing Sweet 

oes 

ind Cotton Velvets ... 

nd Macaroni 

Wood, sawn only 
vory, sawn only 
ibacetateofCop, dry. Free | 
bres, natural. not pro- 
any mechanical pro- 

...Fre.1 

loc per I. gal. 

Free! 

Esseniiai" Oils, for 

irlng purposes •<) 

>ee Oarriaires) 36 

tton, uubleached 

2c. per lb. & ad val 16 

itton, bleached 

3 cts. per lb. itnd 16 

3 cents per lb. 

Watch Ca««8 ''-<> 

lona or movemeols... 10 

Stone or Ceoient 

$1 per ten. 

m. ^"* 1 




ft c. ad val. 

IfU Candles, Para line 

t cents per lb. 

Ifbinliey $1 "f) per 1. gal. 

Ifitches. W.'".t.\li Cases 25 

Ijitch Movements 10 

Ifliips 30 

Ifheat 15c. per bush. 

IflifeibarrowB 30 

Ifbiting or Whitening Free 

Iflmlebone, unmanufactured, . , .Free 

Ifiliow, tor Basket Makers Free 

Ifillow Furniture 36 

Ifinceys of all kinds not other- 
wise provided for 22i 

Checked, striped or fancy, over 
iwenty-flve inches wide, 2 cts. 

per square yard and 15 

Ifinesof all kinds, except Spark- 
ling Wines, including Ginger, 
Orange. Lemon, Strawberry, 
Raspberry, Elder and Currant 
ffinea, containing 26 per cent. 
or less 0/ Spirits of the strength 
of proof, by Sy ke's Hydrometer, 
jniportpd in wood or in bottles, 
;6 quart or 12 pint bottles to 
1 Imp. gallon), 26c. per Imp. 

;«1. and ad rat 80 

|kd for every degree above 26 
per cent. 3 cts. more per I. gal. 

iiiiad val 30 

■ vines, Champagne and all other 
Sparkling Wines in bottles, con- 
fining each not more than a 
quart and more than a pint, $3 

perdoz.and ad val 30 

I Kines. Champaizne and all other 
Jp.irkling Wines In bottles, con- 
taining one half pint or less, 
:5 cents per dozen bottles and 

idval 30 

[Wines, Sparkling, in bottles con- 
uining each not more than a 
pint and more than one half 
pint, $1 50 per dozen and ad 



Ml.. 



30 



I Wines.Sparkling, bottles I ontain- 
ing more than one quart each 
shall pay, in addition to $3 per 
do! bottles, at the rate of $1 80 
per Imp. gsl. on the quantity in 
eifess of one quart per bottle: 
and ad val 30 

I Bat any Liquors Imported under 
the name of Wine, and contain- 
ing more than forty per cent, of 
Spirits of the strength of proof 
by Sykes' Hydrometer, shall be 
rated for duty as unenumerated 
Spirits $1 90 per I. gal. 

I Wire of Iron or Steel, galvanized 
or tinned, 16gauge or smaller. Free 

I Wire, Iron or Ste^l. 15 gauge and 
coarser, not elsewhere specified 25 

I Wire, covered with Cotton, Linen, 
Silk, or other material. . .... 26 

I Wire of Spring Steel, coppered, 
for the manufacture of mat- 
trasses, No. 9 gauge and Braaller.Free 

I Wire, Copper, round or flat Free 

Wire, Hrass, " " Free 

Wire Cloth of Brass or Copper .. 20 
WireKingingforshipsandvessels Free 

I Wire— Barbed Wire Fencing.... 
IJ4 cents per lb, 
linckthornand Strip Fenc- 
ing. ., .IJ/g cents per lb, 

l^ool, unmanufactured. Hair of 
the Alpaca Goat and other like 
aninwls. not elsewhere speci- 
liel Free 

I "ocl and Woollens, manufac- 

turns of, viz.: — 

Manufactures cojiposed wholly 

or in part of wool, worsted, 

the hair of the alpaca, goat, 

or other likeanimal8,viz,: — 

c 



^ c. ad val. 
blankets and flannels of 
every description ; cloths, 
doeskins, cahsimeres, tweeds, 
coatings, ovorcoating.s, felt 
cloth of every description — 
not elsewhere H])eclfie(i, 
horse-collar cloth; yarn, 
knitting yarn, lingering 
yarn, worsted yarn, knitted 
goods, viz.: — shirts ai:d 
drawers, iind hosiery not 
elsewhere specified, seven 
and a-hair cents per pound, 
and in addition thereto, 
twenty per cent, ad val, ... 20 
All fal)rics cotbposed wholly or 
in part of wool, worsted, 
the hair of the Alpaca goat, 
•or other like animal, not 
otherwise provided for, on 
all such goods costing 10 
cts per yard and under . ... 22i 
Costing over 10 and under 14 1 

cents 25 j 

Costing 14 cents and over 27i 

On clothinL' ready-made & wear- | 
ing apparel of every descrip- 
tion, Including clothing, 
ready-made, and wearing 
apparel of every description, 
including cloth caps, and 
horse clothing.shaped. com- 
posed wlully.or in part, of 
wool, worsted, the hair of 
the Alpaca goat, or (jther 
like animals, made up by 
the tailor, seamstress, or 
manufacture' s, not other- 
wise provided for, 

10 cts. per lb. and ad val. 25 
On socks and stockings of cot- 
ton, wool, worsted, the hair 
of the -Mpaca goat,orolher 
like animals. 

10 cts, per lb. and ad val. 30 
On all manufactures composed 
wholly or in part of Wool 
worsted, the hair of the 
Alpaca goat or other like 
animals not herein other- 
wise provided for 22i 

On treble ingrain, three ply and 
two ply carpets composed 
wholly of wool, 
10 cts, p. sq. yd. and ad val. 20 
On two ply and three ply in- 
grain carpets, of which the 
warp is composed wholly of 
cotton or other material 
than wool, worsted, the 
hair of the Alpaca goat or 
other like animals 
5 cts. per sq. yd. and ad val. 20 
Wool class one, viz.: Leicester, 
Cots wold, Lincolnshire.Down 
combing woolsor wools known 
as lustre woolsand other like 
combing wools such as are 
grown in Canada, 3cts.perlb. 

Woollen Bags Pre* 

Wood, and Manufactures of 
Wooden Ware, viz :— 

Pails.Tubs, Churns, Brooms, 
Brushes and ether Manu- 
factures of Wood not else- 
where spe'itied 25 

On Hubs, Spokes, Felloes and 

Wheels (Rougtf) 15 

On LumbeiandTlmbernot else- 
where specified 

On Mouldings of Wood, plain 
On Mouldings of Wood, gilded 
or otherwise manufactured 

than plain 

Wood for fuel when imported into 

Manitoba and N. W. T Free 

Wood not further manufactured 



20 
25 



30 



^ c. ad val. 
than sawn or split, viz., African 
teak, black heaI^ ebony, ligum 
vltae. red cedar and satin wood. Free 

Wrapping Paper 20 

Writing Ink 26 

Yeast 20 

Yeast Cakes and Compressed 
Yeast. In Packages of 1 lb. and 

over, or in bulk 

6 cents per lb. 
In Packages of less than 1 II)... 
8 cents per lb. 
Yellow Metal, in bolts and bars. .Free 
Yellow Metal for sheat'iing ....Free 
Zinc, in pigs, blocks and sheets. .Free 
Zinc, seamless drawn tubing, . , . 10 
Zinc, Chloride, Salts and Sul- 
phate of 6 

Zinc, Manufactures of, not else- 
where specified 26 

All goods not enumerated as 
charged with any duty of Customs 
and not declared free of duty, shall 
be charged with a duty of twenty per- 
cent, ad valnre.m, when imported into 
Canada, or taken out of warehouse for 
consumption therein. 
TIte foUnwing articles shall beprohibi 
led to be imported under a penalty 
of txoo hundred dnllar.f, together 
with the forfeiture of the parcel or 
package of goods in which the same 
may be found, viz.: — 
Books, printed papers, drawings, paint- 
ings, prints, photographs or repre- 
sentations of any kind of a trea- 
sonable or seditious, or of an Im- 
moral or indecent character. 
Foreign reprints of British copyright 
works, copyrighted in Canada, 
and Canadian copyright works. 
Coin, bf.se or counterfeit. 
All goods manufactured by prison 

labour. 
Oleomargarine. Butterine, and all 

such substitutes for butter. 
77iefo'lnwing articles being the natural 
products, or the manufacturer of 
the colony 0/ Xewfoundland, are 
exempted from Oii.itoms duty when 
imported into Canada, viz. ; — 
Animals of all kinds, 

EXPORT DUTIES. 

Shingle Bolts of Pine or Ceuar, 
and Cedar logs capable of be- 
ing made Into Shingle Bolts, 

percordof 128 c. ft $1 ,50 

Spruce logs per thousand feet.. 1 00 
Pine logs per thousand feet .... 2 00 
The Kxportof Deer, Wild Turkey, 
Partridge, Prairie Fowl. Woodcock 
and Quail, in carcases, is prohibited. 

.\iiy or all of the following things, 
that is to say, animals of all kinds, 
green fruit, hay, straw, bran, se.'ds of 
all kinds, vegetables (including pota- 
toei and other roots), plants, trees and 
shrubs, coal and coke, salt, hops, 
wheat, pease atd beans, hariev, rye. 
oats, Indian corn, buckwheat and all 
oth( r grain, flour of wheat and Hour 
of rye. Indian meal and oatmeal, and 
flour or me.tl of any other grain, but- 
ter, cheese, fish (salted or smoked), 
lard, tallow, meats (fresh, salted cr 
smok'd, and lumber may be Imported 
into Canada free of duty, ir at a less 
rate of duty ihan is provided by this 
Act. upon proclamation of the Gover- 
nor in Council, which may be Issued 
whenever It appears to his satisfaction 
that similar articlej from Canada may 
be imported into United States free of 
duty, or at a less rate of duty not ex- 
ceeding that payable on the same un- 
der such proclamation when importe d 
into Canada. 



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PLACB8. NAMES OF 0ANK8. OFFI ERS. 

AUuton, On/.. ..Hamilton , Anent 

AlmonU, 0/i<... Montreal TbomaR Pliuuraer, Manager 

/Imherit, N.S. Nora SL'otla...John McKeoii, A^ent 
" Ualifax Bk. Co.J. II. Morrison, Agent 

AnnapolUflf.S.^orH Scotia ...J. Mowat, AKent 

'• UBlonB.ofll..K. D. Arnaud, Agent j 

±J. Antigonith ....Merchants' C. K. HarriH, Agent 

' ' " ....Halifax Bk. Co.D.C. McDounall, Agent 

Amprior Ottawa D. M. Finnie, Manager 

Aurora Federal W. II. Neison, Act. Mgr 

Aylmer, Molsons W. II Draper, Manager 

" ... .Traderb A. F. II. Jones, Manager 

Ayr Oommerce John Wyllie, Agent 

Barrie Toronto J. A. Stratby, Manager 

" Commerce II. H. Morris, Manager 

Barrington, N.S., Halifax Bk. Oo.F. W. Homer, Agent 

■f/' Bathuril,N, B.Merohhtita' C. II. McLoughlin, Agent 

Beauharnoit ...Jac. Cartier....C. II. Ilamet, Manager 

Bedford B. Townships... K. W. Morgan, Manager 

Btlleville * Merchants'.. ..W. Hamilton, .Manager 

" Montreal R. Richardson, Manager 

" Oommerce K. Thomson, Manager 

" uuminion J. W. Murray, Agent 

■"" Berlin * Merchants' ...W. R. Travers, Manager 

' Oommerce D. B. Dewar, Manager 

Blenheim Oommerce R. 0. Macpherson, Agent 

Botona,nmUe...Ont^Tio Qeorge McGlll, Manager 

" ...Standard W. J. Jones, Agent 

Bradford Standard T. Dewson, Agent 

Brampton Oentral W. Wallace, Manager 

'* * Merchants' ...W. A. Bellhouse, Manager 

" Dominion W. W. Nation, Agent 

Brandon,Man.* Merchants'. ..F. W. Ferguson, Maunger 

" Imperial A. Jukes, Manager 

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

<' Montreal W. L. Creighton, Manager 

" Commerce Jeffrey Hale, Manager 

" SUndard W. T. Wlckham, Agent 

Bridgel'n, N.S. Nova Scotia ...T. D. Ruggles, Agent 
-^ B'--'-ipei«'r,iV.5.Merchant8', ...Geo. A. Dudley, Agent 

L.ighlon Standard J. K. Gray, Agent 

Brockville Montreal Neil McLean, Manager 

" Molsons P. W. D. Broderick, Mgr 

CampbeU/ord... Standard K. A. Bog, Agent 

OampbeliUm... .tio\a Scotia... .W. K. Stavert, Agent 

Oannington ....Standard John Houston, Agent 

Canning, N. S. Nova Scotia. ...F. W. Borden, Agent 

Carleton PIac«. Ottawa J, A. Bangs, Manager 

Cixyuga Hamilton J. H. Stewart, Ag«nt 

M C/ioWo<^<o«;n.. Merchants'. H...F. U. Arnaud, Agent 

" Merchants, P.K.I . Wm. McLean, Cashier 

" Bank of N. S... Qeorge McLeod, Manager 

Chatham Federal R. N. Rogers, Manager 

" Oommerce J. lil. Thomas, Manager 

" * Merchants'. .. F.S. Jarvis, .Manager 

" Montreal Angus Kirkland 

Chatham,N.B. Montreal F. K. Wiuslow Manager 

" " Nova Scotia ...F. Kennedy, Agent 

Clinton Molsons H. 0. Brewer, Manager 

Ooaticook E. Townships. B. Austin, Manager 

Gobourg Dominion E. H. Osier, Agent 

" Toronto ,Tob. Henderson, Manager 

Oolborne Standard C. Larke, Agent . 

Collingwood ...Commerce James Brydon, Manager 

" ...Toronto W. A. Copeland, Manager 

Cornwall Montreal R. .Mackeniie, Alanager A 

" Ontario A. Denny, Manager 

CowaMvilli'.....K. Townships .J. MacKinnon, Manager 
Digby, N. ^...Nova Scotia . . J. H. Churchill, Agent 
/*f Dorchttter, N.B., Merchants' . .W. R Racey, Agent 

Dri'jP?'^ Traders 0. H. Smith, Manager 

I/utidai Commerce E. I'angman, Manager 

Dunntille Commerce F. C. Minty, Manager 

Durham Central R. H. Milne, Manager 

Etmira Trf.ders J. Nlcol, Manager j 

Etux Ckntre... Imperial J. Watt, Manager 

Bxeter Molsons A. A. C. Denovan, Manager 

Firgui Imperial J. F. Paterson, Manager 

Fraserville, Q..3etc. Cartier. ... J. F. Pellaret, Manager 

fredericl. N'.B.Ptopis'a J. W. Spurden, Cashier 

*' " B. N. America. R.Inglis, Agent 
" " Nova Scotia. . . D. R. Forgan, Agent 

Salt Commerce Wm. Thompson, Manager 

" Imperial John Cavers, Manager 



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PLACES. NAMES OF BANKS. OFFICEHH. 

Oalt "Merchants'. ..0. V. J.Qreenhill, Mauag 

dananoque * Merchants'... A. Petrie, Min^iKer 

" Toronto T. F. How. Ait'g ManagJ 

Gatpi Batin La Banq. Nat. J. LeBoutillier.Cironl'n-AifJ 
(7«ory«lown ... Hamilton ... H. M. Watson, Agent 
d, " P.a.l. Merchants' H. 0. McLeod, Agent 

~ Olencoe Trhders Geo. Dobie, Maniiger 

Qoderich Mottreal D. Glass, Maiiai;fr 

" Commerce R. S. Williamn, Munager j 

Qranby, Q E. Town. Bk ...E. N. Robinson, MananaJ 

Quelph Central G. W. SsndilandH, .MauagtJ 

j " Montreal J. H. Finlay, Manager 

" Ontario E Morris, Mana);(<r 

I '* Oommerce B. H. McConkor, ManagJ 

1 " Federal A. A. Fitzgerald, Managd 

f^Ouytboro', ^.S.i/lerchhntB' ....H. M. Jost, An«nt 

Hagersville. . . .Central J. G. Gordon, Agent 

Ualijax, N. S. Halifax B. Co. W. L. Pitcaithly, Cashier | 
" Nova SooTi A ...Thomas Fy she, "CaBhIer 
** B. N. America. A. E. Ellis, Manai;er 
" Union, Halif. . E. L. Thome, CHuhier 
« MiRCHANTs'H.D. H. Duncan. Cashier 

" " People's ,...Peter Jack, Cashier 

" " Montreal 0. Sweeney, Manager 

Himilton Hamilton E. A. Colquhoun. CarliiHl 

" B N. America. D.Q. Macgregoi, Mana^erl 

" Montreal J. N.Trtivers, Manager 

" ♦Merchants'. ..J. Pottenger, Manager 

" . ...Traders .^milius Jarvis, Mtnagerj 

" Commerce Wm. Roberts, Mauafjer 

" Molsons II. A. Ambridge, Act. M|| 

Harritton Standard W. T. Shannon, Agent 

Huntingdon, Q.K. Townships. M'. H. Robinson, .Mauager| 

IngersoU * Merchants'. ..A. M. Smith, ManaKer 

" Imperial J. A. Richardson, Mausi;d 

Iroquois, Union Bank.... , Man. 

Jarvis Commerce H. J. Grasett, Agent 

Jolietle D'Uochelaga . .J. II. Ostiguy, Manager 

Keewatin, Ont. Ottawa , Manager 

Kentville, N.S. Nova Scotia ...L. D T. Ciiipman, Agea| 
Kincardine ...♦ Merchants'. ..G. C. Tyre, Manager 

Kingston * Merchants'. ..G. E. Hague, Manager 

" B. N. America. F. Brownfield, Manager 

" Montreal R. M. Moore, Manager 

" Federal T. Y. Greet, Manager 

f'f Kingston, iV.B.,Merchant8' ...J. H. Abbott, Agent 

Lethbridge, Alb.\i\i\OQ J. O. Billett, Manager 

Lindsay Ontario S. A. McMurtryiManagej 

*' Montreal C. CE. L. Porteous, Managi 

" Dominion T. B. Dean, Agent 

Listnwel, Ont. Hamilton H. H. O'Reilly, Agent 

Liverpool, JV.S. Nova Scotia. . .11. A. Flemming, Agent 

LockeportfN.S. People's A. Locke, Agent 

«' " Halifax Bk. Co. E. A. Capstick, Agent 

'^London London (suspended payment). 

^ " B. N.America. D. Cumberland, Manager] 

* Merchants'. ..W. F. Harper, Manager 

Montreal W. J. Anderson, Manager] 

Federal George Mair, Manage) 

Commerce H. A. Nicholson, Manageij 

Molsons M. Heaton, Acting Mgr. 

^^Londonderry, N.S., Merchants', E. Walsh, Agent 
LMnenfcMrj^iiV'.S.Merchants. . .8. Finck, Agtut 

" HalilaxBk... Co. W. G. Greenwood, Aged 

Madoc Tiadbrs T. II. McClellan, Manager] 

Mailland, N.S Merchants' Geo. Frieze, Agent 

Meaford Molsons Peter Fuller, Manager 

Markham Standard F. A.Reesor, Agent 

Midland Western F. H. Holland, Manager 

Millbrook Western S. V. Hutchlus, Manager 

Milton Hamilto- Joshua Butterfitld, Agent j 

Mitchell * Mercl •nts'...E. G. Lawrence, .Mgr. 

Monclon Montreal F. M. Cotton, Manager 

" Nova Scotia ....George Sanderson, Agent I 

" Merchants' H.C. J. Butcher, Agent I 

Montreal Montreal W. J. Buchanan, Oen. Mg| 

" Do E. 8. Clouston. M.'inager 

" D'Hochelaga . .A. D. Parant, Casliier 

" Dd People J. S. Bousquet, Cashier 

" MoLBONS F.W. Thomas, Gen. Man 

Branch J. Elliot, Manager 

" Jaoq. Cartier. a. L. de Martigny,C««hi(j 

" Quebec T. McDougall, Manager 

«' Ontario W. W. L. Chlpman, Manigt 



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JHES, &c. 

,8. OFFIC'EHH. 

). V.J.Oreenliill, MauaJ 
k. Petrie, ManH^er 
r. F. How. Ait'K ManageJ 
jeBoutlIlier,Cirdirn-A((»| 
1. M. Watgou, Agent 
H. 0. McLeod, AgeDt 
9eo, Uabie, MHtiHger 

D. GlaHB, HnnaKfr 
R. S. WilllumH, Manager 

E. N. RoblnaoD, Managti 
. W. SandilandB, MauHgel 
). II. FluUy, Manager 
E Morris, Manattcr 
B. K. MnConkoy, Mana^j 
A. A. Fitzgerald, Mana 
H. M. JoBt, A(iBnt 
.J. G. flordoD, Agent 
W. L. Pitcaithly, Cashier | 
DhoniaR Fyiihe, CaHhier 

A. E. Ellis, Manager 

B. L. Thorue, Ciiiibier 

D. II. UuucHD. Cashier 
Peter Jack, Caidiier 

C. Sweeney, Manager 

E. A. Colquhoun. Cadhierb 

D. 0. Macgregoi , Managei| 
J. N.Trdvers. Manager 
J. PotteDfcer, Manager 
.Smilius JarviB, Manager | 
Wm. UobertB, Manager 
.11. A. Ambridge, Act. M|| 
,.W. T. Shannon, Agent 
W. H. KobiOBon. MHuagi<r| 
.A.M. Smith, Manager 
,J. A. Richardaun, ManJi;^ 
. , Man. 

.H. J. QraBett, Agent 
.J. H. OstiKuy, Slauager 

.. , Manager 

,..L. D V. Cliipman, Agea| 
Q. C. Tyre, Manager 
G. E. Hague, Manager 
F. Brownfield, Manager 
K. M. Moore, Manager 
T. Y. Greet, Manager 
J. H. Abbott, Agont 
J. G. Billett, Manager 
.S. A. McMurtry,Managf^ 

C. CE. L. Porteoiia, .Manap 
B. Dean, Agent 

H. II. O'Reilly, Agent 
H. A. Flemming, Agent 
Locke, Agent 

B. A. OapBtick, Agent 
(sutpended payment). 

D. Cumberland, Manager] 
W. F. Harper, .Manager 

W. J. AndeMJOU, Manager 
George Mair, Manage) 
II. A. Nicholson, Managei" 
M. Heatou, Acting Mgr. 
, E. Walsh, Agent 
S. Finck, Agent 
3o. W. G. Greenwood, Agen 
T. II. McClellan, Manageii 
Geo. Frieze, Agent 
Peter Fuller, Manager 
F. A.Reesor, Agent 
F. H. Holland, Manager 

V. Hutchins, Manager 
OBhua Butterfleld, Agent 

Q.Lawrence. Mgr. 

F. M. Cotton, Manager 

George Sanderson, Agent 

C. J. Butcher, Agent 

W. J. Buchanan. Gen. Mg| 
i. 8. Clouston, M.'inager 
A. D. Parant, Cashier 
S. BouBquet, Cashier 
W.Thomas, Gen. Man 
J. Elliot, Manager 
A. L. deMartlgny,CMlile( 
T. McDougall, Manager 
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NAMIH or IIANKS. OFflCERH. 

.Toronto J. M. Smith, Manairer 

,.*MCR0HANT8'...G. IIai(ue, General Manngai 
W. N. Anderson, Br. Supt. 

..Commerce A. M. Cromble, Manager Ji^SackviUe, jV..0.MerchantK 

..Union F. Nash, Manager " SackvUit, jV.B. Halifax Bh 



•Mont'i.Br'h.J. S. Meredith, Manager 
John Gault, Agst. Mgr. 
..B. N. America. R. R. Grindley, Gen. Mgr 

Jeffrey Penfold, Manager 
.La Banq. Nat...C. A. Vallee, Manager 

lUirrUburg ... .Molsong L. W. Howard, .Manager 

itmnt M>r<lt... Ontario A. J. Macdonell, Act. Mgr 

lyiipani!< * Merchants'. ..A. Smith, Manager 

....Dominion Walter Darling, Agent 

|,Vipt«rvt2/« . .Bank DeSt. Jean, M. Catudal, Manager 
\jl,msgou>,N'S,Hoy>k Scotia ...J. M. Carmichael, Agent 
" Halifax Bk. Oo.J. B. Moorman, Agent 

|,V!WC(i<M< Standard J. K. Allen, Agent 

|,Veuc(U((>,iV.£.NoTa Scotia ...F. it. Morrison, Agent 
Merchants' ....J. Yeoman, Agent 

I.Vw //amb'r^. Western T. D. Allen, Manager 

I.Veu WtttmirulerB OBk. B. Columbia, J. B. Fisher, Agent 

I.VewmarA-et ...Federal F. Cole, Manager 

..Ontario J. E. Souch, Manager 

I.Vid^ara /U22<r. Imperial Edward Huy, Manager 

h'orth ^ydfMy.JY.S.Nova Scotia, W. Thomson, Agent 

rVwuiic/i Molsons T. B. Phepoe, Manager 

jOran^evi^U ...Commerce B. Shepherd, Manager 

..Hamilton ... .R. T. Ilaun, Agent 

iMIi'a Dominion H. S. Scadding, Agent 

.Traders A. W. Murton, Manager 

[Wmuia Dominion W. H. Holland, Agent 

. Westbrn T. H. McMillan, Cashier 

iMawa B. N. America. D. Robertson, Manager 

Ottawa George Burn,Caghiir 

Montreal F. Gundry, Manager 

Commerce Root. Gill, Manager 

Ontario R. Gill, Manager 

* Merchants'. ..W. L. Marler, Manager 

Quebec H. V. Noel, Manager 

La Banq. Nat. ..C. II. Cairiere, Manager 

Union M. A. Anderson, Manager 

I'jvm .^aund...* Merchants'... A. St. L. Mackintosh, Mngr 

...Molsons L. E. Tate, Manager 

\hisUy Western 0. L. Reunie, Manager 

[hns B.N. America. G. P. Buchanan, Agent 

.Commerce R. C. Jennings, Manager 

|M'dai« Standard J. M. Martin, Agent 

iM/iiU Commerce J. M. Duff, Manager 

Iftrrjtoro' Halifax B. Co. A S. TownHend, Agent 

\ftfth * Merchants'. ..JameB Gray, Manager 



P«n(irofc« Quebec T. F. Cox, Manager 

I ftmiro/L-e Ottawa Hector Frastr, Manager 

l?titrborough.„1 Tcnto J. H. Roper, Manager 

' ...Montreal F. J. Lewis, Manager 

' ...Commerce W. Manson, Manager 

' ...Ontario Chas. McGill, .Manager 

IftiroKu Toronto P. Campbell, .Manager 

Iftiicui/iac, JV.B., Halifax Bk. Oo.J. Brough, Agent 

liMtrire^ Ontario Geo. Kerr, Manager 

[ftcton Montreal R.J. B. Crombie, Manager 

Standard J. S. Loudon, Agent 

^Ctou, N. S. ... , Agent 

" ...Merchants' G. R. Chisholm, Agent 

" ...Pictou Bank ...D. C. Chalmers, Manager 

I Pl«»hitii(;«, Q.Jac. Cartier....H. Dorion, Manager 

I ftr(Oo(6(>rne... Imperial Q. C. Easton, Manager 

yort Elgin Hamilton Wm. Corbould. Agent 

tf.Bawkeshury. Merehnnta Fred. L. M. Paint, Agont 

|ftr( ffope Montreal A. J.C. Oalletly, Manager 

I " Toronto W. R. Wadsworth, Manager 

IhrtPetry Ontario W. J. McMurtry, .Manager 

I " Central W. McQill, Manager 

IftriJrWwr.... Ontario K. N. King, Manager 

l^nooU * Merchants'. ..T. Kirby, Manager 

\^-btc QuEBKc Jas. Stevenson, Cashier 

" Union E. E. Webb, Cashier 

" La Banq. Nat. P. Lafrance, Cashier 

" B. N. America. H.M.J. McMichael, Mngr 

" Montreal John Porteous, Manage^ 

" • Merchants'. ..J. C. More, Manager 

", Du Peuple . ;. .E. C. Barrow, Manfiger 

.Tina Montreal F. J. Hunter, Manager 

jtayreu), Ont. . * Merchants'... C. G. Morgan, Manager 
|«cArno<i(j E. Town8hip8..W. L. Ball, Manager 



PLJ^CKS. NAMES or BANKS UtFIOIKH. 

RichmoTid Hill. Central J. M Lawrence, Manager 

Ridgttown Molsons ^. McMahon, Mairngfr 

" Traders J. A. Ma<-k»llar, Manager 

Fulton McDougall, Agent 
Bk. Co. Geo. A. Thompson, Agent 

Sarnia Montreal Geo. H. Grilfln, Manager 

" Commerce T. W. Niabet, Manager 

" Troders Stuart Strathy, Manager 

SauUSU. Ifarte.Centrai W. B. Powell, Manager — 

Shelbume, N.S.. Halifax Bk. Co. Geo. W. McLean, Agent 

inerhrookf K. TowNHiiiPS.Wm. Farwell.Oen'l. Mati. 

" * Merchants'. ..J. A. Ready, Slanager 

" LaBauq. Nat...P. T. Bazin, Act. Manager 

Sea/orth Commerce ....A. II. Irp'and, Manager 

Simcoe Commerce E. Cowdry, Manager 

" Federal T. A. Stephen, Act. Man. 

Smith's ?b{/i... Molsons F. A. Bethune, Manager 

Sorr.l Molsons H. Lockwood, Manager 

" D'Hochelaga. .N. Dorval. Manager 

Springhill Halifax Bk. Co.D. I. Forbes, Agent 

Stamttad E TownKhips..S. Stevens, Manager 

SLCat/iartn«(.. Imperial C. M. Arnold, Manager 

" Commerce P. 0. Cross, Manager 

" Toronto O. W. Ilodgetti, Manager 

St.Hyacinlht...'LAM.3 Caitier.A. Clement, Manager 

" LaBanque de St.IIyacinthe, R. S. Jacques 

" Molsons G. Crebassa, Manager 

St. John, N.B..'H. Brdnbwick W. Girvan, Cashier 
" " B.N. America. W.E.Collier, Manager 

" " Montrea' E.C. Jones, Manager 

" " Nova Sc'tia ...J. M. Robinson, Manager 
" " Halifax 3k. Co.Jas. G.Taylor, Agent 

..* MereuantR'...E II. Ileward, Manager 
.Bank de St. Jean, P. Bandouin. Cashier 

.Du Peuple P. Bandoin, Manager 

St. Jtrome, Q.-Vn Peuple J. A. Theberge, Manager 

St. Mary't Montreal R. Hillyard, .Manager 

" Federal C. S.Rumsey, .Manager 

St. Remi, Q Du Peuple C. Bedard, Manager 

St.Slephen,NB.&t. Stkphen's.. Robert Watson, Cashier 
" Nova Scotia. . . J. Black, Agent 

St. Ttinmai * Merchants'. ..W. Pringle Manager 

" Imperial M. A. Gilbert, Manager 

" MolBons C. W.Clinch, Manager 

" ... .Traders A. G. Simpson, Manager 

Stellar ton, N. S.tioy a, Scotia. ...J. Johnstone, Agent 

Stratford * Merchants'.. .T. E. P. Trew, Manager 

" Montreal G. A. Farmer, Manager 

" Commerce Wm. Mayuard,jun., Mgr 

Strathroy Commerce L H. Dampier. Acting Mgr 

Federal W. Thomson Smith, Mgr. 



St. John's, Q. 
St. John's, Q.. 



Montreal , R. J. Drummond, Manager )4Summer»idfi P..£.i.Merchants',. P. W. Morrison, Agent 



Siuiex, iV.B. 
^Sudni:y,C B. 
Thorold... 

" Quebec 

Three /^mri... Quebec 



'lankof N.S....Neil McKelvie, Agent 
lik. Summerside, R. Mc. C. Stavert.Cashiei 
Nova Scotia. . .Geo. W. Daniel, Agent 
.Merchants', H.J. E. Burchell, Agent 

.Commerce W. J. Robertson, Manager 

... D. R. Crombie, Manager 
..T. C. CoiWn, Manager 



...La Banq. Nat. Union RanK, Agent 

" " ...Du Peuple P. E. Panneton. Manager 

" " . . D'llorhelaga . . II. N.Boire, Manager 

Tilsonburg Federal N. P. Dewar. Manager 

" ... .Western A. L. S. Guy, Manager 

Toronto Commebck B. E. Walker, Gen. M^r. 

J. H. Plummer, Asst.O. M 

" do. Branch J. C. Kemp, Manager 

L. BolHter, Sub Manager 

" Centkal A. A. Allen, Cashier 

" " Queen St E..F. V. PMIpott, Mgr. 

" Ontario Clias. Holland. Gen't Man 

" do. Branch. W. II. Smith, Manager 

......... do. Q'nSt, W. Br.R. B. Caldwell, Mgr 

" Standard J. L. Brodie, Cashier 

" Federal G. W. Yarker.Oen. Manager 

J. 0. Buchanan, Local Mgr 

" Dominion R. II. Bethune, Cashier 

J. H. Kane, Asst. 

" do. Q'n St. E. R.M.Gray, Agent 

" do. Q'n St.W. J. Price, Manager 

" do. Mark'tBr.T.G. Brough, Agent 

" do. D'das, B'kton 

4 Q'n St. Br..P. 0. Cayley, Agent 

" Imperial D. R. Wilkle, Cashier 

" Toronto Duncan Couison, Cashier; 

Hugh Leach, Aast. CMhin 



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IhrorUo Traders II. S.Strathy. Quo. Mngr 

" Montreal C. Uruugh, Mauaitei 

" H. N. AuiHrira.Wni.Uriudlay, Manager 

" • MerclianU'...Wm. Cooke, ManHKer 

K F. Ilubdeti, ARNt Mugr 

" Quebec ^^ , Manager 

" MnlHnnR 0. A. Pipon, Manager 

" La Bauq. Nat. liniik of Toronto, Agent 

TolUnham lUmUton W. I'. KobartH. Agent 

Trenton, Ont. . Molsonn II. B. Wilnon, Mauager 

<4'1rurn,N.S. ....Merchants' II. Martin Dickie. Agont 

" Ilalitax Bk. Cu.J. A. II. Miiain, Airent 

Uxbridge Dominion R. Bonn, Agent 

ValUyJltld, ^...Jac. Cartler ...K. de Martigiiy, Manager 
Vancouver, B.C.MV.. B. Coluin.J. (!. Kolth, AgHut 

" B. N. America. C. K. Taylor, Agent 

Victnria,V. I. ...B. Coldhbia ...W. C. Ward, Manager 
" " ...B N. America. <}uvin II. BurnH, Manager 

ViclariavilltyQ.Jno. Cattier A. .Marehand, Mantger 

Walkertcn . ..* MerchantH'...J. 0. Pateruon, Manager 

" Ccmmeice G. W. McKee, Manager 

^allactburg . .Traders F. J. Winglnw, Manager 

Watf.rlno, Q. ...E.Tov*n8hlp8..V/ . I. Uriggs, Managf 

yVate.ion, 5n<..Mols> n'B J. Ueiipeler, Manager 

Wflland Imperial J. McfjHsbaii, Manager 

\- WkymoulhtJV.S.Merchf.nta' D. Kemj'. Agent 

Whitby Ontario W. Belth, Aianiigor 

" Dominion II. B. Tnylor, Agent 

" Western Thog. Dow, Manager 

Windtor, On<..* Merchants'. ..Wm. Kingaley, Mauci^; r 

'' " Coinmerce C. M. Stork, Manager 

Jftniisor, iV.S. Commercial ...Walter Lawscm. Cashier 
" " Halifax Bk. Co. J. A. Ilussell, Agent 

Wingham Hamilton B. WlllBon, Agent 

H'inntp«^. Com. Bk. of Manitoba. D. MacArth •;. > inagcr 

" • Merchants... D. Miller, .Ma lager 

A. Wickson, A^Rt. Manager 

" Montreal James Hogg, Manager 

" Ontario E. Porter, Manager 

" Federal F. L. Patton, Manager 

" Imperial 0. S. Hoare, >ibnager 

" Ottawa F. H. Matliewson, Managei 

■' Union 0. H. Balfour, Manager 

" B. N Auierlca.II. M. Breeden, Manager 

Wboditock Commerce D. H. Charles. Map'^ser 

" Imperial S. B. Fuller, Manag r 

" MoUons C. M. McCuaig. Manager 

^. " iV;/J.Nbvai^coMa ..Wm. Ualiburton, Agent 
#* " " .Merchants' II. E. C. Jarvis, Ag«ut 

Woi/mVJe.iV. A People's A Di W. Harss, Agent 

Far»ioMtA,iV.)Sf.YARMOUTH Thomas W. John-, CnHhier 

" " Ii'ova Scotia ...J. 11. Lombard, Agent 
Yarmouth, N.SM\c\\tMgB ....A.S. Murray, Cd,sh.'' i 

TorkvUle Central R. J. Montgomeiy, Managei 

" Federal Q. C. Dunstan, Manager 

* Uercbanta' Bank of Canada. 



POHEiaN AGENTS 

Bank of British North America — London, Er,g'und, 
Head Office New York, D. A. MiTavish and H. Stike- 
man, Agents; Hotlon, U. S., Merchants' National 
Bank; .Vcn fVanct'sco, Wm. Lawson an'i J. C Welch, 
Agents; England, Onion Bank of Manchester, anc'. 
Bank of Liverpool; .Scotland, National Bank and 
Commercial Bank; Ireland, Provincial Bank and 
National Bank; Paris, Marcuard, Krauss A Co.; 
yPesf Indies. Colonial Bank ; Australia and Nevj Zea- 
land, Union Bank of Australia. 

FiDERAL Bank — London. National Bank of Scotland ; Aet» 
York, American Kxchhnge National Bank; Buffalo, 
Bank of Commerce; Boston, Miwer-ok National Bat.k; 
Oswego, Second Nat. Bank; Chiccgo, Am. Ex. Nat. 
Bank. 

BANK OF Toronto — London, City BanJt (Limited): A'ew 
Tork, Nat. Bk. Commerce, W. Watson and A. 'iaog; 
Oswego. Second National Bank ; Ilalifar, Union Bann 
of Halifax; New Brunswick, Bank of Nova Scotia; 
Quebec, La Banqu.f Nat. 

Bank of Hamilton— A^eui I'orA-, Bank of Montreal, N.Y. ; 
London, The National Bank of t-otLind. 

Bank of Montreal — Z,oK(ion,Bk.of Montreal, C.Ashworth, 
Manager, Bank of England, London A. Westminster 
Bank, Union B'-.nk of London; Liverpool, Bank of 
L'verpool; Scotland, British Linen Company; New 
rbrfc.W. Watson 4 Alex. Lang; Boston, Merchants' 



Bcnk; Chicago, Bank of Montreal, W Munn 
.Manager; R. Y. liebdpn, Aisifitant ^tnimgp 
Francisco, Bank of British Columbia. 

Qdioec Hank— /.(mdnn. Bank of Scotland; y^xu Ywt 
Agents, Bank if Brltiiih North America. 

Imperial Bank of Canada- /.onaon. Lloyds, Dartietd 
& ."'Osan(|uei's Bank ( Limited); New lurk, HanKi 
.Montreal, R. Irvin A Co.; Chiiago, First NsHini 
Bank ; N(. I\tw, st-^Tind National Bank; li'iriM. Kin 
Natlf>nal Bank; Buffalo. Bank of Ilutraid; /(,,,(^ 
National Bank of the Commonwealth; Osiic;/fi. Secon 
National Bank. 

Bank D'IIochkuaoa— Ltmdon, Clydesdale Bank ■ LimitcdJ 
New York, National Park Bank; Pans. Km\,, 
Girod ft Co. 

Merchants' Bank of Canada— Z,ondo»i, The Clydcia. 
Bank (Limited); New York, Bank of New Y^rk anl 
Merchants' Bank of Canada. 61 Wall Strcft ; .Y> 
J'ouniiland (/onimercial Bank, N. F.; Aira Scnlii 
Merchants' Bank of Halifax New Brumwick. Wt^j^ 
of Nova Scotia. 

i>i»tario Bank— i<mdon, Alliance Bank (Limited); .Y^ 
ir.rk, 'ihe Bank of tho State of Nev York; Ha'ttn 
Treinont National Bank: Oswegc i Nation^ 

Bunk; C!-'cago, Bank of Montreal; St. /'«w/'s. mJ 
chants' Natioual Bank : Nova Scotia, Peopli-'s iijqI 
of Halifax ; New Brunswick. Bank ot Montnul, 3] 
John, N.B.; P. E. Island, .Merchants' Bank of ilalifjj 
..i Charlottetown. 

La Uaniiiie .V atiorale — London, NatioDal Uauk i>f ^lA 
land: Paris, Grnnnbaum frered A Co.; .Ww Yirrm 
National Bank of the Kopubiic; Boston, "Vhv Kere] 
Uank. 

MoLMONS B.vr'E—Lonuon, Alliance Bank (Liro'.'cili.iiljn^ 
.Mil's, Ourrie A Co., Morton. Rose A Co. Lh-rpi, 
Banli of Liverpool; Antwerp, Bf'ginm, l.a Hamin 
D'Auveis; P>rtland. Cunco National Bank; llilni 
Mtniana, First National Bank; Butte, AtonUitm.t'h 
National Bank; AVi« r«rA-. Mechanics' National Banl 
W. Watson and A. Lang, Mortcj, Bliss A Oa ; /j.,,,(,ijj 
Merchant's National Bank; 6'/«vWan(2. Com. .Nittiinii 
Bank; Milwaukee, Wisconsin Marine and Kire Ins. 
Bank; Chicago, First National Bank; Delmit, Mtrhad 
ics' Bank; Toledo, Second National Bank; BtifaS 
Third N. Bank of Buffalo; Nova Scotia Ilalil ix ll.sni 
ing Co., Halifax, N. S.; New Brunswick, Bank n> N> 
Brunswick, St. John's, N.B.; NewfoundlautK d 
mercial Bank of Newfoundland. St. Jobu's. Ntlu. 

Canadian Bank of Commerce — /.(>n<2on,Bank(it Sroiltn 
London and County Bank, A;;ra uank (Limitei 
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. Gii 
man Bank of Lonaon ; Ireland, Nortnern I'ankia 
Co.; New York, J. II. Goadby and Alex. Lain 
Agents; Chicago, American Exchange Ntt. IJ»nl 
Oswego, First National Bank; Syracuse. I'ir' Natij 
nal Bank; Buffalo. Bank of Commercein liuffaln. 

Union Bank of Canada. — London, London .t CounH 
Bank; New York, .\ational Park Bank. 

La BANtiOB Jacques Cartier. — iondon.Glyn. MiUsaC^ 
New York, National Bank of Republic. 

La Banqde do Vevvle— Quebec City, E. C. Barrow, jW 
Quebec Branch; London, Alliance Bank, Limited 
New York, Nation," Bank of tho Republic 

7NI0N Bank of Halifax London, .'.ondon A "eainiimtl 
Bank; Newfoundland, C'^mmercial Bank, -Newfouol 
land; New Torfc. National Bank of Commerce; Sos'if 
Merchiwits' National Bank ; Montreal. Bi.nk 
Toronto; Toronto, Bank of Toronto and Branchei. I 

MBRcnANTS' Bank of P. E. I. — />)fition, City Bank; .V« 
York, The Bank of New York, N. B. a.; Hn^Um.Ti 
Boston National Bank ; Montreal. Ban'- uf Montrf4 
Newfoundl'ind, Union Bank of N wfoundlaud. 

Central Bank of Ca;'ada — Jn Canadi., Can. Bank i 
Commerce; Londoi, £?wi/.; National Bank of Si'otUtl 
Nev York: Importer: and Traders National liaiil| 
Chicago, American Exch. National Bank. 

COMMERH.^L Bank of WlNl 8OR — iondon, Union B«l 
of London : Nw York. Bank of New York; Balim 
Bank of Nova .Scotia; St. John, iV.S.. Bink of .W 
Brunswic'i; Montreal. Serchants' Bank of Cftnads.J 

MERonAN:'S' BANK OF IIaufa.1. — Ontario (vid Qm 
Merchants' Bank of Canada; St. ,Tolm, .\.B., N 
of New BrnnswicK; Ne-^J York, Bank ot N-w lit 
N.B. A. ; Boston. Natioual Hide A Leather BJtl 
St. John's, Newfoundland. Un' jn Bank ot Ne«fosiif 
land; Loiidon,Eng., Impericl Bank (Limited. 11 
liams, Deacon A Co.; Hamilton, Bermuda, 71 



B-i.'!inii 
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l&uzihar 



1888.] 



B^NKS IN CANADA — SOVEREIGNS AND RULERS. 



87 



■( j, -+n. 



Mitchell. Ai;«ut; St. Ilerre, Miguelim, G. U. Mac- 
kpnzi«', AK«nt. 
IfiopLSN itANRop Halifax — Lnndnn, Union l'i«nk; Ho$ton, 
New KiiKlanil NHtionHl HNnk ; i\Vi// }''r<-. Hunk of 
Sew Vi'rk, N. H. A ; >/.m.'mi;, Ont-'lo Hntik. 

IliJS "F N'ovA ScoTlK — Minnfii/ioh'.i. Minn..iU II Kornsn 
jiiil I)«iil''l WiilxrH, A/HiitH. CiirrcHpundfiitH.— ^(i«- 
(i/i; Mi'ichiititH' Unnk (.r Ciini»(la aiiil lunnclies Hitnk 
rif l!rUl''h Columbia; On-nl Jiritaui: Lnniloii. Koyiil 

Hunk nt 8ri)tliiii(l, VVJIIinniH. lJ«<m A 0<- : S,:i)thi>(il. 

Itiivil Itsiik of S.Titlatid and liiKin-hes; XfU'limnd- 
l.iint. Union Hank of NewfoiiiidlHiKl ; f'liilfd SIdirs : 
y-ir V'lrk-, llttiik of Xhw Vork, N. I!. A.. .7ohn I'afon 
X Cci.: Huston, Mciclmntc Natloiml Haul., Kidd-^r, 
|','al"ily & Co.; S<in ^iincisco, Il.ink of litillHli 
riihiMiliia. 

|j,SK "r :\KW llrtONBWioK — £,on'/'l^l . Williams, Ucacou A 
I'n.. \''ir I'll)'/,-, MiJchiiiiics' Ni'ir.nH! li.siik : lliftnn 
Kli I N'ati<itial Unnk; ffiuii- ll'liDtird's iManil. (^Iiar- 
l'v^Jl(ol, MHrrliants' Itiiiik ; Sumnfrsiiti'. ."Suninu-rsidt 
Hiiii;-. hWil-'rirtDii, IVoplit's Itaiik ; /fali/ar, .\.S., 
Mt'K'li'intH' Hank. 

IhoiLf" IUNj. op X. i\. — f^nn<lin. tJiiioii Hank ; A>u) 
)■ i',. roiirth National Hank; lin^lnt,. VM«\ National 
B.i.k; .tAo(/r"('. Union IVmk ol L. C. 
VIM IN IU\K — Liivilni.. National Hank oV Scotland; 
V.' Viiri,-, W. Watson and A. Ijantr. tlio N.illotiiil 
(;it\ H.mk. 

llinfiiN I'oWNSMiPB Hank — /,"«'/«;!, Ijondon National 
llin , o( Scotland ■, li'isl'V, N.ctlotial F.xch Hank; 
X-v Vnrk. Naljonnl !'ait< i;ank. 

ISnsDMn IU\K--.\Vw Yark, U . WatHon .t A. 1,'ini:. Ante. 
\'.K .M Moutr.'al ; .V'O/'rc'//. lik. 'jI Vlnntroal: IjOti'imt, 
! . N'^tl .ml Hank of t!c<illand (LiinltidV 

iHitir^x liwKivo {' >.~niiiiinin:> iif Cunu'lu, MiAACin'K 
IliiiU and Mcri'hantH' IKiik o!'l':in:i'ia: /?o.t/"'. .Sullolk 
".Hti'.nal Biiik; AVw i'ir!.\ isi.lder, iValiodj v Zn. ■ 



London, Knff.. Allianre Hank (Limited), Union Bank 
of London. 
Union Hank of I'. K Imland — Lnmlim. Tnion Hank oll.on- 
don; .WiH I'xrA-. NationHl I'ark Hank; Hiistnn. Mrr- 
ohantu' National Hank: Mimtval. Hank of Montreal. 
Bank of Yarmouth. N.S. — Hali/iir,T\iv Mi'ichantH' Hank 
! of Halifax; St.Julin, Tlit< Hank of MonliHal and the 

Hank of Hrillsli Nortli Ani(>rirH: j\fv< J'or/,-, The 
I National ('iti7,Hn((' Hank: /^i.i<«>ri. TIih Kliot Natioiial 

I Hank: Lnndnn. O. /f . Tlir Union Bank ol London; 

Montreal auil Qufhtc. Tlif Hank ot .Montreal 
The I'ictoI! Hank — f,imdim. A'ng., Imperial H'k ( lomitfd); 
, iVcKi }'»'A, AnnntH Hank of Montreal ; Montreal . Wnnk 
of .Montreal. 
Ht. Stkpiikn'k Han"— /i'l.s^im.dloli" NalloiiHl Hank: j\>t« 
YorK-, .Nnw Vort; Hank and National Hankini; Ahkp- 
oiation: I,(nd'm.<i\\u. MlllH.Cnrrif A Co : Moulrrnl 
Bank of Montrfal. 
Hank oi Hkitihii Ooi.dmhia — Zionrforj. .*'nilthi«, Payne & 
.SmilhH; .Sill) AV.i(/ci>co. Hank of Hriti.<li rolnniMa, 
Kintfrri Pimnnci f of Canadn. Hank i * Montival; iNVu 
I'or'.'.W. Wathi'ii ; (ynaipti. Hank ol .MontVi^al: Merico 
anil .'>i'Ullt Aiifnrii. London Hank of Mi.xicnand Jiontt" 
Ann-riea; Chi'i' lioiii; Kon^; and :'lianj;li'il Hank 
Coriioralio,; /l".<')(i/tVi. I'lnullHh. Scottish, and Anntra- 
liati ('liarlrred l!ank . 
Bank ok dttawa — /,"«'/i)H./','«f/., Allianc*- Hank f I.iniiti<d'). 

.Vi'j;i }')r' . C'liciQi' Hnd Oinadii. Bank ■■! .Montrt-al. 
TRAT)tKs Bank of f!ANAI)A- Lniid<,i:, National Il.ink of 
Si'ollanil: AVi/i l')c/i. Ainiri'vin KxcliHt.H'' National 
Bulk; Hi/J!'.i!i,. Hink of BnlTil i ; f ''-o -if/o, Kirnt 
Nati..ria1 Hunk: Osiri'ij", ."'ccond N'ntioDsl Hank; 

(?■(.•/...■. (Jueii.'C B.l.k. 

CoMM-nc Ai. Bank n; MaNitopa — f.oiidot,. H<iyd. C.inip- 
lii'll Buxton ct Co; rniindn .*i X''i" I'or'. .MtTrlmnts' 
Bnnk of n.Hiiada: .VV. f.nil. Kirst Nationil I'.ank. 

WE.-(TKr.x Hank— iV.-?/' )'..iA-, 'iHr.lianti'' i'.ank of Canada; 
l.nriiinn, Kng'tind, itoyal H.iiik of ."Scotl ind. 



SoVKllKiUNS AN" iUJLFJtS 


ViAi; 

oi' 

'.nrrii. ; 


i']UN(;JI'.\I. ('(X'NTIl 

TiTl.l:. 

(^11 1'H of tir.'.-il iliir liii ,itid Iril.iU'i . . 

Khi]i1! s^ of India .... 

.'viii' ri' i.f .M'.'li;ini<r .n 

I'aiiiMi'.ir !>' ,.\';st li.i 

Kill," ol' liiiii^ay .-in. I IJ .1,. nii.a . . , , 

Kin^' ol' lln' li. I'^i !n-i 

Ivniicnir ..!' I.!r,izil 

IMn.c 

Klll|irlor ol ClUil 1 

Kin;,' III' Diailiiark 


IKS. 






'oINlltV .\\MI".. 

ti.al lii'U.iiu vV Ir.'l.inl. \'ii.;i.! 


Vr.ir of 

ar.'i ssiiiii 

or .i>- 
snni;ition 
..f olliiav 


1 > : :i i 


1 y.:-: 

1.^77 




Is-o 


A'.;.'.:.' IIiuil; uiaii V.ui\' . Kr.-inci-, ./..-• i',i i 

it . . 

B-l:iuin r,u.>i..I.l II '.'..'. 

Br./i l>oiii 1'. .Ir.^ U 

te;:,ii; 


iN.ill , 
1 


|-<1> 

iM'.; 

IV.-, 
Iv'l 


uiiii Knan^ ll>iri 


l^Tl 
] s - 
l,s.-,.; 

ISlli 


1S7'. 


D-lViriik . ... Chris! i,-ui I.X 


ISI'.ii 


E.T]'; .M 'li loini' il I'ljuiil; 1' [-'i 1 . . 

iraiii r Kr.iiii;"is ['■.ml .I^li-.s ili' \y. 

'■ :i;i!i l'!ni[iii' • ' >\'illiaiii 1 


K'l div.. of K-y)it 

I'l ■■^Idcnt of tlic Kr'.'O'-h KrouS.li.- .... 

(ill .'iian Kni|M.?'iir 

Km,' of I'nissia 

Kin,' of til,. ii,-ll,ii,.s 

KiiV ol 111,. \i.|lii-rl.uid- 

Kill),' ol Itaiv 


is;,! 
I.s7:i 

l-7i 


^ '.r G.M.r-.' I 

li'.lliii.i WiUiuii MI 

l;ilv IIuiuIhtI 


Isdl 


1.S4.'. 

i.si: 

1S44 


lv',4 
jsl;, 
l.-7s 


.' '.:ill . , MtltSUllilo ... 


Mikad.i of .l.aj.an 

rrcsi.lml (.r th. C.m. Ury. ..f .\I,-..;|r,,. 
I'riiK (• (d' .\lonlriii>;,'ro . 


1-1.7 


M'xi • ' . Horlirio I'i i/ . 


IsSl 


!l;.: :..,rr.) .V,.Oi„|,;s 

Jlr.rr, .Muliii lliissan 

I''!v:l .N:ls.<cr-:i| lli'i'M 


i.Sil 

l»:;l 


lsi;,i 


Sultan of M..n.r,..i 


IN7:; 


Sliali id' I'l i',-;i,i 


ISlA 


i'.o.-iidcnt of tlir U.jiiilili.' i>| I'.Tii .. 
Kin',' of rorl.ii^'il 


IS.Ml 


P''t:v,l Doin l.iii.< I 

RiUMiiHi 1 Cliarli'.s I 

F.i«ia Alex.. ndor III 

Se:vi:i Milan (OlTcnoviirh) 1 

S;i;,. AKnnso XIII. 


lN,:.*i 
is-i.V 

IS.Jl 

% 

1 S.St) 

is.os 


ISI'il 


Piinr.- of Koiiinania 


isr,,; 


Kin;,' " ... 


IhM 


('/. ir of Kii.s.sia 

I'rinro of Scrvia 


lf<Sl 
l.sd.-* 


Kin" '■ . . .. 


IS.S'' 




LSSii 


' M.iria Clii'islina 


Qihcii HM-ciit 

Km-' of Swr li;n and Norway 

Pri'.sidi'ii'. id' .Swiss Coiifrdriatioli .. . 
licv of Tunis 


IS.Sa 


'"'l-.i and Norway ....' Osi-ar 1 1 : 

p^>it.?-'ri ind ' . . . . ' Dr. A. D.'Urliar 


1872 
l,SS."i 


tjuis Sidi All Fashi 

Iirkcy i AlHl'il Hanii.i 1! 

l'liit..il Sl,it".< ■ Gi'over Cit'Vi'l.mil 


1817 
1844 
1S37 


18S-J 


Sultan id' Turkey 

I'rt'si.l.ait of till' Unitfd Stat.'s 

^ulcau of Zanzibar 


lS7ii 
188.i 


^luzihar 1 davyid Bui;'"iasli bin .Saeed. i 


; 1 870 







' Elfi. led annually. 



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III 



I 



38 



DOMINION OP CANADA. 



[1888. 




THE QUEEN AND 



THJ') QUKEN.— VicToniA, of tlip Uniti'd KiiiKiloin of 
Ori'iit Itrit.iin (ind Ircl.'inil. Qihtii, FCmiu'css of India, De- 
fender iif the Kiiitti. Her MaicHty Wiis horn nt Kensin^;- 
ton I'ldaei', May li4, INIli ; siieci eded ti) llie tlirone .June 

20, lH:i7,(in llie ili'aUi ol' lier nn(de, KioK William IV.: 
was eiinvned June 'JS, ISitS; and inariied Kcb 1(1, 1M4(I, to 
Ids Hiival Ilit,dinesH Prinee Alheit. Her Majesty is the only I 
(dnld iifhis late Royal Highness Kdward, Duke id' Kent, | 
sonof Kill^!(ieoij,'e in. Tile children of Her M.ijfsty ale - I 

Her Royal Ilij^hiiess Nietoiia Ad(daide Mary l.onisa, 
Princkss RdVAi, OK Kniii.ani) and Piussia, horn Nov. 

21, I.SIO, and niariied to his Royal IliKline.ss Williain, tin' 
Crown I'rinre ,,( (Jennany, .liiii. 2.'), 18.')S, ami has had 
issue four Sons and tour dannhters 

Ilis Royal Highness Allieit Kdward, Pkinck ok Wai.iih, 
born Nov. ii, l,S41 ; niiirried Man h 10, IHilM, Alexandra of 
D(!liniiirk (I'rineess of Wales), horn Dee. 1, 1H14, and h;is 
issue, I'rinee Albert Vietor, born .Ian. K, l,Sii4, (JeoiHe 
Frederiek Krnest .Mheit, born .lnne;i, isiij ; Louisa Vic- 
toria .\lexamlra Da^'inar, born Keb. 20, IStiT ; Vii'toria 
Alexandra (il>,'a Mary, born .liily ti, l.stW ; ami Maude 
Cliarlnttc M.ary Victoria, liorn Nov. 2ii, ISii'.i. 

Her Royal llii^hness .Mice Maud Mary, horn April 2.'), 
1843 ; married to II. R. II. Prince Frederiek Louis of 
Hesse, July 1, 18tl2,nnd li.nl issue tlve daii|.!hters ami two 



THE ROYAL FAMILY. 



sons: second son killed by nocldcnt May, 1873. Died 
Dei'ember 14th, l.STH. 

His Royal Highness Alfreil PIrnest Albert, Dukp (jf 
KdinbiUK'ht born Aiij;. ti, 1H44 ; niarrieil Her Iin|ii'rial 
Highness the (irand Ducdiess .Marie of Russia, .bin. ;':;. 
1874, and has issue one son and four daiij-hters. 

Her Roval Highness Helena Augusta Victoria, hum 
.May 2.1, l,S4ti ; married to II. U. II. Prince Fndirii k 
(;hristian ('liarles AuK'Ustns ol HeldeswiKlbilHtcin- 
HonderbiirK AUKMsti'nbiiiK', .Inly 5, IStiO, iind Ins issue 
two sons and two daUKhters. 

Her R<iyal lli^;lincss Louisa Carolina Alberta, horn 
March 18, 184.S ; niiirrled to the Maniulsof Lorne, eldest 
son (dthe Diike of Aruyle, March 21st, 1S71. 

His Royal Hit^hness Arthur William Patrick Alhcrt, 
Duke of Coiin.iuuht, born .May I, \H'M \ niarriiil i:;iii 
March, 1870, to Princess Louise Mar^!a^et, d.innhtiT nf 
Prince Frederiek Charles of Prussia, and has issinont' 
sou and one daughter. 

His Roval Highness I,eo|i(dil fleorge Duncan AlhiTt, 
born Aiu'il 7, is,--,:) ; niiirried April 27, 1882, t<. Piiinos 
III leii of Waldeck. Died March 28th, 18,84. 

Her Royal Hinhness Deatriee .Mary Victori.i Keuilnri', 
born Aiu'll 14, 1867, married July 2:"ud, ISS."), to Priiat 
Henry of Uattenlmr'rli, and lias issue one son. 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



Govkrnor-Of.neral.- 



Seat op Government — Ottawa. 
-The Most Honourable the Marquess of LansdowDe, G.C.M.Q. 



Governor-General and Staff.— Ills Kxcelleucy the 
Most Honourable the Marquess of Lansdowne, G.C.M.U. 
Staff: Capt. Streatfeihl, Grenadier Guards, Secretary of 
the Governcr-General and Military Secretary; Lieut, tho 
lion. Henry J. Anion. Highland Light Infantry, Aide-de- 
Camp; Lieut. II. A. Pakenbam. Grenadier Guards, Aide- 
de-CHiiip; Ilussell Stephenson, Esq., Extra Aide-de-Canip. 

GOVERNOR-GIINF.RAL'8 SECRETARY'S OFFICE.— C«pt. Henry 

Streatfeild, Grenadier Guards, Secretary and Military 
Secretary; C. J. Jones, Chief Clerk : W. S. Camphell and 
C. L. Lawrence. Clerks ; George Smith, Messenger. 

Dfputii (Mrernnrs. — Sir Wm. Ritchie, Kt., Chief Justice 
Supreme Court of Canada; John .1. McQee, Esq., Clerk 
of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada, 

PKIVT COUNCIL. 

Prfmi^r, Pres. P. Council, Rt.IIon.SirJ.A.Macdonald.a.C.n 

Minifte.r nf Public Works Hon. Sir Hector Langeviti 

Minus.', i ■^r Finance " 

Minister of Railways ami Canals " 

Minister of Oiistnms " 

Minister <>/ MHHia ... ... " 



Pistmaate.r General Hon. A. W. MoLeh 



Minister oj Agriculture " 

Minister of Inland Revenue ■' 

(Without'Portfolio) " 

Secretary of State " 

Minister of the Interior " 

Minister of Justice " 

Minister of Marine <t fisheries... " 
Clerk Privy Council 



John Carlim; 
John Costiitan 
Frank Smith 
J. A. Chapleau 
Thomas White 
John S.D. Thompson 
G. K. Foster 
John J. MoOee. 



Sir Charles Topper 
John Henry Pope 
Mackenzie Bowell 
Sir A. P. Caron 



Officers in ttie Privy Cnuncil Office. — P.J.Ubaldeliaudry, 
Asst. Clerk. R. W. Baldwin, Drafttnian and AccDiuitant. 
W. Horace Lee. Lewis J. Burpee. V. K. BennettH. P. J. 
Brennan, Simeon Leiievre. V. Newby. 0. L. K. Mnll. L. 
H. Chute, II. A. May. and J. Foley, Clerks. .M. Naugh 
ton, OHice Keeper and Chief Messenger. 

IIlQIl CoMMIbblONF.R FOR CANADA IN LONDON.— IIOD, Sir 

Charles Tupper, Q.C M.O., C.B., Minister nf Finarce. 
(actiBg), 9 and 10 Victoria Chambers, London, SAV.; 
Joseph G. Colmer. (address as above), Serietary Caimdian 
Government Offlces in London ; Clarence C. CliipmaD, 
As'^i.-.tnnt Peoretarv ard .AccoiinfnTit 



SENATE OF CANADA. 

Hon. J. B. Plumb, Speaker (Niagara). F. J. Lanoevin, Clerk of the Parliaments. 



SENATORS. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



HENATC .„ 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Hon. 



David Reesor Vorkville 

Klijali Leonard London 

William McMaster Toronto 

Sir D. L Macpherson ... Toronto - 

Bllla Flint Belleville 

George W. Allan Toronto 

J. F. Armnnd...Riv. des Prairies 
William H. Chaffers... St. Cfisaire 

Jean B. Gufivremont Sorel 

James Perrier Montreal 

Thomas Ryan Montreal 

T. D. Archibald ... Sydney, N. S. 

Robert B. Dickey Amherst 

William Miller Arichat 

A. E. Botsford ... Sackville. N.B. 
William U.Odell.... Fredericton 

David Wark Fredericton 

John Ferguson Bathurst 

A.R.McClelan, Hopewell, Alb.Co. 

.(olin Glasier 8unbu.iy, N.B. 

James Dever St. John, N.B. 

A. Macfarlane Wallace, N.8. 

Frank Smith Toronto 

Robert Read Belleville 

M. A. Qlrard ....St. Boniface, M. 
J. Sutherland Kildonan, M.' 



Hon. W. J. .Macdonald .Victoria, B. C. 

" H. A. N. Kanlbach ...Lunenburg 

'' M. II. Cochrane Compton 

" Alexander Vidal Sarnia 

" George Alexander ... Woodstock 

" J. II. Bellerose...St. Vin. de Paul 

" D. Montgomery Park Corner 

" R. P. Haythorne...Charlottetowij 

" F. X. A. Trudel Montreal 

" R.W.Scott Dttawa 

" Pierre Baillargeon Quebec 

" A. II. Paquet St. Cuthbeit 

" G. G. Stevens Waterloo, Q. 

" J. D. Lewin St. John. N. B. 

" L. 0. Power Halifax 

" R. P. Grant Pictou. N. S. 

" C. A. P. Pelletier Quebec 

" Jos. Rosaire, Thibaudeau, Mont'l 

" C. v.. B. de Boucherville. Bouch. 

" William J. Almon Halifax 

" J.S.Carvell,Charlottetown,P.E.I. 

" John Bovd St. John, N.B. 

" Geo.W.Howlan.Albertou. P.E.I. 

" Thos. McKay ... Colchester, N.8. 

" Alex. W. Ogilvie Montreal 

" Donald Maclnnes Hamilton 



SENATORS. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Hon 



T.R.McInnes.N.Westminster.li.C 

John O'Donohue Torcnto 

John Schultz Winnipeg 

J. B. Plumb Niagara 

T. Robitaille ...New Cailis-Ie. Q. 

P. A. De Blois Beaupirt, Q. 

Donald McMillan, Alexsr.iiris.O. 

James Turner Hamilton 

Geo. C. McKindsey. ... Milton, 0. 

Jas. Gibb Ross Quebec Q. 

Alexandre Lacoste. . . .Montreal 
W.McDonald. L'tle Glace H..C.B 
J. Bolduc, St.VictordeTring.Q. 

J. R. Gowau Barrie 

M. Sullivan Kingston 

F. Clemow Ottawa 

P. Poirier Richibncto. N.B, 

S. Merner.... New Ilamhurfj, 0. 

C. E. Cas^rain Windsor, 0. 

L. McCallum Stromnesf, 0. 

L. A. Senecal Montreal 

W. E. Sanford Hamilton 

J.J.Ross, Ste. Anne de la Perade 

J. J. C.Abbott Montreal 

P. Fortin Laprairie, Q. 



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39 



ik'iit May, 1S7;(. dj,.,] 



inilina Allmrtii, lidrn 

aniiilHofLunii', eldest 
.'iHt, IHTl. 

liixiii Patrick Alliort, 
, IS.'iO ; iiiairli'd Hid', 
Mai-Kiirct, (laii(;liter n( 
Hia, und linH mm one 



lpniii!<i^''OrrioiRH or THi 8(NATiop Canada.— Kubt I^eMolne. Ki<q., honorary; K J. l4inK*Tln, Clerk, Maitarlo 
inttry, CAihler and Accountant; Jamen Adamiton, Clerk Aiwliitant, Maitur In Cliancory ; J. 0. A. CrtflKhton, 
r Clerk, Ma«'«ir In Cbancury, Clerk of Commltteeii and Kn,^liii>i Traiinlator; The Vcneralile J. 8. louder, 
jpUin: Peter Miller, VlrHt Knglliih Clerk and (Merk of KaKlicb JournalH; K. W. Stephen, Second Kn^Hxb Clerk and 
krkofKoutln* and I'roreedlDK", Ac; Alex. Soutter. Third KnKllf>b Clerk ami Clerk of I'rirate BliU; A. A. Honcher, 
joDd Clerk Adilfitant, Mauler In Chancery and Chief Krench Traimlator; Allred Oarneau, Klritt Kretieh Trannlator; 
n«:*t. D' LeMolne, 8er|{eaiit-at-Arniii and Clerk of French Jnurnalii; C. T. (libliN, AHRlntant AecountHnt; C. ^'' unK, 
Linr Clerk; H. Kdward Kimber, Gentleman Unher nf the lilark Kod; J. li. Myrand, I'ohtniaiiter; Peter .inrte, 
fiiekeeper; Pierre Kattey, Doorkeepi" ; Ttioman Wheeler, New»-rootn Keeper; .Joseph Larone Hpeaker'n Mei- 
Ifer; Krederlck Ullhert, Wardrobe Keeper and AnnUtant Doorkeeiier ; .John Dunne, Mniik MeHneniter; Odilon 
itibiinbHiilt. J. fl. Pelletier, Thomaa Uavli, Kdward Anhe, and William I,. liVmlikln, Permanent MenKentter*; 
UJri (IrikTelle, IIouho Carpenter; li. Hnbllallle, .laR. N. Thonmnn, Wm. I.. Lambkin, Theodnle Paquet, J. A. 
riuetti', and K. C. O'Meara, Mennional MeBsengem; Geo. &IcKlouon, A. Fo^bery, K. Uerut>6, K. Kltzgurald, A. 
IfiiioD, and ('. Neville, HenKlonal Pages. 

iDsnM.f.— To the Honourable the Senate of the Dominion of Canada, In Parliament aflsembled. 

The Petition of 

iTic'iiniliiale.] Humbly nheweth. That, Ac. 

HOUSE OP COMMONS. 

Hon. Jo-EHil AlDRio OllMET, Speaker. John Gkohoe Boiirinot Knq., Clerk of the House. 



ISIiTITUKNtlEH. 



P. 0. ADDRKM!). 



C0N8TITUK.NCIE8. 



HKMDIRH, 



P. 0, AnnRBHS. 



iington John W. Kell Desmond. 

rl Richard C. Weldon ... .Halifax, N8 

luirla D. W. Davis V. McLeod, NWT 

na Simon J. Dawson Port Arthur. 

mpolit John B. Mills Annapolis, N S 

Iw^Mii'i/i Hon J. S. D. Thompson. Ottava 

te^nl'uil James 0. Wilson .Montreal 

Iwniioi.i, J->itt.\V. D. Perley. . . WolfCr'k, Wol'ley.NWT 

mmlioia. Wat. Nlcholan F. Davln Reglna, NWT 

hf't FIttvien Dupont St. Llbolre, Q 

timet Joseph Oodboui St. Fr'<;oig, B'ce,Q 

M'tmoU J. Q. II. P.)rneron Montreal, Q 

Ki'chassi: Guillaume .\myot Quebec. Q 

fMitr CISophas Beausolell Montreal, Q 

'uanturr. L. J. Kiopel Quebec 

tUhmll Hon. David Mills Palmyra, 

|hn/,.V.K James Somervllle Dundas. 

hml.S.U Wm. Patprson Brantford, 

IhkviUf Jno. Fisher Wood Brookvllle, 

hn> S. A. Fisher Knowlton, Q 

Ih'AK.R Henry CarRill Carglll, C 

■►if.y./e Alex. McNeill Wiarton, 

Ih;', »:/{ Hon. Kdward Blako Toronto, O [N 8 

Ifliw Bi-./nn rn. F. McDouKall Christmas Island, 

Yf-amon ^ p^y,j yj^Kuen Lit. Glace B., N S 

IVW/ Hon. Thomas White ...Ottawa 

■H, .VB. ...Frederick H. Hale Woodstock, N B 

■n, Hon. Sir J. Macdonald.. Ottawa 

|jin4«" James Hold Quesnelle, B. 

ItaWy Raymond Prefontaine .Montreal 

llivipfam H. Montplaisir CdelaMagdePne 

IWa'iiz 

hi'lolle A. H. Qlllmor St. Georite, N B 

WkUauguay Kdward Holton Montreal 

|fa(!.45(i^u«n.Panl Couture Latteri6re, Q 

mh'stfr Hon. A. W. McLelan... Ottawa 

IVN Hon. J.H. Pope Ottawa 

1*1, (f.f/or'n<... Darby Berlin Cornwall, 

lUjnlanU Hon. Sir Chas.Tupper... Ottawa, 

W'9 Herbert L. Jones Weymouth, N 8 

IfeWcr [Q 

V''m'iiifAHIiab..1oaeph Lavergne Arthahaskaville, 

PMos C. E. Hickey Morrisburg, 

prham, K. R.... He«ry Alfred Ward ... . Port Hope 

IWum, IF. ie...Hon. K. Blako Toronto 

I'M, A'. II John II. Wilson St Thomas, 

ItK ir: R G.E.Casey Fingal, 

l*«..V.« James C. Patterson Windsor, 

I««. 5. H James Brien Kssex Centre, 

l7'«'ioc Hon.Q. A. Kirkpatrlck. King.'iton, 

l»«P« L. Z Joacas Perc6, Q 

l^njirrj/ Peter Purcell Summer8town,Q 

W^mter Kennedy F. Burns Bathurst, N B 

IN*, S. ft. ..Walter Shanly Montreal 

IHfc'. R Thomas S. Sproule Markdale. 

I*''. .V. R James Masson Owen Sound, 

IP ••?. li George Landerkln Hanover. 

V''i*nrnn!ih John A. Kirk Qlenelg. N S 

|M&)um'i Walter H. Montague.... Dunnville, 

f Hon. A. G. Jone.s Halifax, N 3 

,„ ( Thomas B. Kenny ....Halifax. NS 

I"™'! John Waidie Toronto, 



|Jjiii7Mn nit,, /Adam Brown Hamilton,© 

I "m, Mty ... I ^^gJgn^^g^ .McKay... . Hamilton, 



Hantu Alfred Putnam Maltland, N 8 

Haiiingn, E. ft...Samnel B. Burdett Belleville, 

Hastings, X. ft... Hon. M. Bowell Ottawa 

llastingi, >K ft.. .Alex. Robertson Belleville, 

Hnchftaga Aiphonse Deigardlns.... Montreal 

Huntingdon luiius Scriver Hi<mmingford,Q 

Huron, K. ft Peter Macdonald Wlngham, 

Huron. S. It John McMillan (Jonstance, 

Huron, W. ft. ... Robert Porter Rluivale, 

Iherville Framjids Bechard Mt. Jcdinson, 

Invemeis Hugh Cameron Mabou, .V 8 

Jacquet Cartier...l)6H\r() Oirouard Dorval, Q 

JolifUe Kd. Guilbault Joliette, Q 

Kamouraika Alexis Dessaint Kamouraska, Q 

Kr.nt, N. li. P. A. Landry Dorchester, N B 

Kent, Archibald Carapbell ....Chatham. 

King's, N. B Hon. George K. Foster.. Ottawa 

King's. JV. S Frederick W. IVjrden.... Canning, N 3 

Xiva's I' B I \ ''*'*■' ^' ^'cIntyro...Souris, P E I 

'^ ' I James E. Uoberlfon. Montague Bridge 

Kingston Hon. Sir J. Macdonald. Ottawa, 

Lumliion. E ft. ..George Moncrielf Petrolia. 

Lain'i'nn, n ft...J. F. Lister Sarnia, O 

LanaiK, ^v. ft....Jos. Jamieson Almonte, 

Lanark, S. li. ...J. G. Haggart Perth, 

Lapraxne Cyrllle Doyon St. Isidore, Q 

L' Assomption ...Joseph Uauthier Laurentides, Q 

Laval Hon. J A. Ouimet Montreal 

'''me^'xit.Z.]^ F.Ferguson Kemptville, 

Lfe.ils, S. R George Taylor Gananoque, 

L*,nnox Uriah Wilson Napanee. 

L^.vis P. M. Quay Ktchemin, Q 

Lincoln i£Niag ..J. C. Rykert St. Catharines, 

Lisgar Arthur W. Ross Vancouver, BC 

L'hlet P. B. Casgrain Queltee 

London Hon. John Oarling Ottawa 

Lotbiniire. C. I. Rinfret.... Ste. Croix, Q 

Lune.nburg James D, Kisenbauer. . Lunenburg, N 3 

Marquette Robert Watson Portage lalVairie 

Maskinongi Charles J Coulombe. ...St. Justin, Q 

Megantic George Turcot Ste. Julie, Q 

Middlesex, R ft. Joseph H. Marshall London, 

.)fi<ldlesex, X. ft. Timothy Coughlin Offa. 

Miildlesex, ,S'. ft. ...Tames Armstrong Wilton Grove, 

Middlesex, \V. ft. William F. Roome Newbury, 

Missisquoi GeoreeClayes Bedford, Q 

Mnnck Arthur Bovie Dunnville. 

.Montcalm 0. ThSrien Ste. Julienne. Q 

Mnntmagny P. Aug. Choiiuetto Montmagny, Q 

Montmorenc)/ ....Charles Langeller Quebec. Q 

Montreal, Ccw^re. John Jos. Curran Montreal 

Montreal, f'kist...Chtin. Jos. Coursol St. Thomas, Q 

Montreal, H(»i< ...Sir Donald A Smith.. ..Montreal 

Musknka Wm. Edward O'Brien. ..Shanty Bay, 

Xapitrville Louis Ste. Marie St R6nii, Q 

Xew VW«<mins<er.Donald Chisholm New Westminster 

Xicolet A. Gaudet Gentiliy, Q 

Xor'olk, N. R ...John Chariton Lynedoch, 

Norfolk, S. ft David Tlfdale Simcoe, 

Northum'd, N.B. \lox\. Peter Mitchell Montreal 

iVor</ium,0.,B.ft.Albert E. Mallory Warkworth, 

Xorth'd, O., IKft.Qeorge Guillet Cobourg, 

OntarCi X. ft.. .. Frank MadiU Beaverton, 



il 



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[1888 



Qiifi'ii't, X. H. 
Quffri'.t, X. S,. ... 

Qufon't, I'. K I. 

tl>-nfrfii>, X. ft. 



0U!«NTITU»NUI(||. Mr.MUKRH. P. 0. ADDRRMH. 

OnUirio.S. H. ...Wllllum Hiiillh Columbui.O 

Otitiirin, »f./;....J«i. I). Kiiitnr Tnrdiito 

oUawa, Oily i jyin.(ln.,.lhu.. l'..rl.«y.(m.iWH 

* ( IIiiMor* It<>t.l||i«ra....Mipritr«Hl,Q 

Ollawit, (yiitnty .Alcni/o Wright InnihiiiH. Hull, C 

Or/oril, X. U IiiiiifH SuthiTliiiid WodilstcK-k, O 

Offimi, S. H HIr Ulchnnl ("ni twrl«ht Kliin»t(>n, 

/V'' WllllHin A McCiilU llrHtiiploii, 

J\rth, X. If .•^iiiiiii.l K. lloNNoii .><t rut lord, O 

Piirlh, S. H Ihimhh Triiw .><triitl'iirc|, 

IMfrhiyri>\ K. W ..loliii l/itu; iHrnivii, 

lyi-rbiiro', W. /^.Ihiiikh ."ilfvciiMoi l'(<tHrlN)r()ii|{li, 

»i,,./„,, ) ('liiirlHN II Tii|iiiiT....II,nlir«!(. N S 

;•'■ I .Ii/liii McI)ouj;iil.l WcHtviliu, N 9 

/'"iitiac liihii llijNon Ki.rl Ciulonm-, Q 

i'<irtnf>{f j.i;. A. l>M?lt.(^Hor^BM...^}UM^]..l•, g 

I'rftcntl Simnii l.HliroHKU St. KilUfne. O 

fTir..,/, /. w, /...^, ,„,„,„ y^„ I'ott Hill. I' KI 

Pnniy Klmiinl....)i^\w Mlltnii I'IhH I'lcton, o 

Pfiiiviic/ier .I(Hfpli ll.iyal .-^t. II iiiiliicc, M 

Qiii-lii>c. ('•■)tlrt....Vrn\\r \t. l,unt;(.||Hr ....Qiii'l 

l/iiflifi:, Kiut lion. Wlltrlil l/iuil«r... ArtlmluiNkiivllli. 

Qiifh^n, n'fst IImij. 'I'liuH .M(i)r,.|.vy...(<iiHtpH(; 

(^wlifn Oiiinh/. ...ll.ifi .Sir AilolpiiL'CHrdii.tUtiiwu 

..Oeoruo I'". Hiiinl 9t .Idliri. N II 

..J. N. Kr«!"iiijiii ...l,lvci|Mi(il. N rt 

( li II. l>uviHH Clmrl ■ttctdwn 

"( \\ ilUiiii WVUh Chill liitli'towii 

.IVIiT Wlilt.- IVuihrok.', 

llfnfr.w. S. U....\>A\[\ Kiil'I)i>oii Ailiim-lnn, () 

H':^!i:li)Uiii>'. (iMiiri,'" Mul^it Dtllr iisli-, N U 

IftchtlifH I. It. l,tl.<-llf Mniiirt'Ml.Q 

Hichmiwil. X.v. .I'.Miiniiul I'. Hviiii Ariilmt, .\ S 

/■•iWi'./.enW/V.C^.Willwiii 11 Ivhs Mifrliruuk^-. Q 

Hiirfuild I. II, Hinimld KlH.'t....f!iiii(msl(i. Q 

/i'liirilli' (1. A. (Ji^itiilt St. (»salrt<, Q 

liiiMfll Will 0. KdwaidH lUickUiid, O 

S>. ITim.inllif ....SX. V.. Hurni.i St. Ilviicliitlii', Q 

St.J('lin.XH. , I ill,.. h,ht, V. ICIliK Sl..liihii, .N 11 

StJolin. X.H..('ii!/ ( VhHr]i'H .N. ,Sklmier...Sf. ,)cdiii. .N' II 
ami 0,11,1/ 1/ .... ] C. \V. Wnlddii St .lolm, N li 

.ft.J«l,,l. <) F. lioHrHHSIl St. Vlll.'lltlMH. (J 

.?«. .Uiiiriiv K. S. li Dt'siinlnitTs Viiiimchii'lKS U 

Sii^''iitrli'.van....V. [1. Mucdowall I'rinoc Alli't.NW T 

DFFKJEHH (IK TiiK lldL'iK,. — .liitiii (liMirifd llmirliiot, LI,.l), ('lerk Of' tlu> HiinHf, K. ¥. Kouloau, Clcik .\ 
Donald VV. Mrtcdon, II. .<tM\'.ai!t iitAnni; Ilciiiv It. Smith, Di-im'.V ditto. 1,1,1). riii"/ liranc'i — W : 
B iwh'S. riork of VotoK mid I'rni'ccdiir.'H .ind Scrctary to thn Cli rk of the IIouii'; I. H. Tiiylor. AsHii*lh;r 

Votes .<tid I'rocfpilln!.'.''; V. M^'Uillivray, (Jlnrk of IloiitiiiH and IT -dn ; A. (1. I). Taylor, Clerk of Kii;llsh 

.1. Palton, \Hnlrttaiit ditto and (!liMk of I'ctition.s; .1. It. K. (.'haid.'aii, TraiiKlator id' Voti'H and I'njr>-. 
.loiirniiN; P. Uivat, (^lei U of Kreiich .lournaU; ,1. A. I'olkiiU'iioriU' (^l^-rk of ScHslonal I'apurH; T. ()llMlll•^ 
Ki-t'ivh .loiiriial Clnrk ; 10. Tassc, Clurk of tJoniiiiittct'H; I, 1) DuviTiiay. A^islntaiit ditto ; Walti'r 'I'uu I 
Standing; I'oinmitli'HH 011 Privati^ Itills and .S'an.lin,' Onliis; Charle-t I'ani't, AssiHtaiit ditto; K. Mc(i. ^l 
of li.iilwavH and HHiikio){ ami Coiiimnrnj ('oiiiinitliM-s; K- I' llnrtntiy, AssiHtant ditto and ClHik of Standiii,' I 
on I'uMic Aci'oiints: U I'. Iviiiu, .Junior Clirk. l.iwuinl TransUitiim HnuH-h — W. Wil.-.on.Q.CHI.l).. linw CI 
MoCord. Assintanl ditio and OliJHf Kujilish TrailHlalor: T. li. ('.mrsolli-s, AHsistant ditto and Chief FrBiicti l'r;iiiHlii' 
K. II. Ilayenaiid li. ,1. \Vi kstcid, .Assistant Kn^lish Traii^l ilor^; J. A. (ii'imiid. A. KrechHtte, D. I,. D.-uiluiiT' 
LalramlioiKH, K (jucry, F .\. D.Mmirs and K. I'Miin, .\ssiHtant Kri'mdi TraiiHl.'jtors. Miscrllaneoiif /Jm;,. ', -Il-u 
Ilartiiey, Aci'ouiitaiit ; Uotiurt Hmwi-r. Apsiitant ditto; Ilotit-rt Uiinaini', Clirk of Statioiii'ry and SujiHrinli :i l<iii 
the l'rinliii;j; of Sessional Papers of I'iirliainent ; Cnarle.s K. Clarke. .\sHiKtant ditto and Proof IWador: Win. Csim*. V. 
Uohideanx, II. Mai'doiieli and W. Dnhe, .liinior (Klerks; .1. Staiihf. Id, Postmaster; A. K. Pelletier. AsKimani ilitt( ; f\ 
K. Leiiiieii.x, Second ditto. Si-riii-'O't-al-Armti /inoic/i— hiirieii Uule. Chief .Me-senu'er: N. TurKeon, Assi-tint ililti. 
K. Harris, Onorkeeper; Kdwaril Storr. Curator of Ke.adinn llooni ; 'Icorife Smith, Hank .Menseneer; M. l/Htl.Hninio. X 
K. Asselitl, Oeor^e Smith, Claire Iluiri! a'ld A. Iiizotte, MessenniTs: <1. A. U iiidreault. the Clerk's MesSeiii.'' r : Kol 
Oraii; and (k»o. W. Holder. Ni^rht Watchmen: .lainen Sinclair, House Carpenter. Printing nf HiWmw- "/— 11' nr 
Hartney, Chrk of .loint Cloinmittee; K. liuierell. Distributor of Printed Papers; N. Boulet and II. A. Untt^ii'i 
A.ssiMtants; J. Wiltshire, J. Uivet aud W. Wliillock, Messeii;.!er8; U. lltrris. DoorkHoper. 
Addrkss. — To the Iloiiourablo the llonso of Conmvua of the Dominion of Canada, in Parliament aHsembled. 



CUNNTITUKNOIRS. MIMUrKH. p. i,. ADDllti. 

Selkirk Thoinim M Dftly Briind'>ii, M 

ShtlFord AntoliiB Aiidel Noflh .•ii'iik^h 

S'lellmrnf Thnnian Kolnirliion Ildiniii^ion \ u"] 

Shfrhrm)kf II. N. Hall Sherliin,,KH', ij 

Simcof, K li HemiNii H. (!iH>k Inrnniu 

Simc.nf, X li Dalton McCarthy Tiiriiiit.. 

Simaif. S. K KIclmrd Tvrwhltt Ilrndii rl. o 

S'lihinyfH Ihk. \V. liilili SI. I' lyixri.' Ql 

Stdialfiiit (;h«rlHH C. Colby Staii-lefiil.t) N | 

Snnlmry K, 1». Wllinot,i)un Hiirlnn. SiinliiiryJ 

Ti'mifiniata P. K. Ormidl.olN | '";''"^'' ''" '•' 

I (en liHK) tj 

'rrrflKinuf Hon. .1. A.Clmpleau Ottawt 

Three tiirera Hon.SIr II. IctnKcvln...()tlaWn 

TnrdHlii, ('eiilre...{i. II. K. (loi klmrii Tnroiitii 

Virmitii, F/ut lohn Small Tiironii. 

'I\iriintii, West ....F. C. Di»iii--ou Torniito 

Tioii Miiitntain>....\. II. l)aoii»t St. KnHtachi'. 

\'>ni:r>ii\<er /i/uniM)avl>l Wm. ilordon. ...Naiiuliiei. Ill 

\'tuili-iiiil HiikIi McMillan KUaiid, tj 

\'eix/ii'reii Hon. F. UeolTiloli Verclierei, (; 

IVc/„r,rt n r I '■'''i^'"" *''"" ""kt'r... . Victnrin, II (' 
fKjnria, III... I ^„|^,j siiikesp,.;<r»....VIct,il,i, in 

Vii tiii-ia,X.H Hon. .lohn C.istliiiiii...OtiaHii 

I'lcr-rKt, X.S .John A. McDonald Iladdci k, N - 

\'i<tiin(i,(>.,X.I{....lii\iii \ Itairon I.iiidsav. i> 

ric<,ici((,(>., S K.AiintiL Iludspt'tli liindiav. 1) 

M'.(^■W<)(., XW....1. K. IJo'niian St. .lii.vti. o 

If'i^r/oo, S.H lames Mvinustou Iladen. 11 

Welliinil lohn Feii.'UM'in Niagara Kai;-, 

Willinglim r\ W... Andt'w .SenHd* Fer(tii», 11 

»'llini,t,i,i, X./i.-Uiri. Mc^Iullen Muunt Knir-i. 

Welliiiiiliin, .S'./i' ..lames Innes (!iiel|ili.O 

lt'/i^«oW/(, A'. /I'.Thoiims Haiti Diiiidas. U 

Wiiitiuart/i. S.Ji.V, W. ('arpeuter Stony Cru'k.o 

\\':^llll'ireluiid losiali Wood Sackv'llle, N li 

Wnnip>'g Win. I! Scarth WiindiicL,'. M 

)'tle J. A. .Mara Kaiiiliops. !!(' 

)'iinii.<il.(i Fabian Van.imio St. II. (!■ Mniiir^l 

Vnrniii'itli lohn l,o\ltl Yarnioiiili, N 

York. X li riios. Temple Frederirton. N ll j 

yi<rl.\ ().. KM ...Hon. A. MacKenzle ....Toronto 

I'.W,-, ()., A':«...Win. Miilo.k Tornnlo 

JoW,-, a, IF./f...N. C. Wallace Woodbrlilgo. n 



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[Place, and Date..] 



Tho Petition of 

Humbly Hhewoth, That, kc. 



Detaktmknt op Justice. Hon. J. hn S 1). Thompson. 
-Minister of .lustice; Oeorne W. liurbidire, Q C. Deputy 
MiniHter of .Justice; A. Power. '.}.C\ Chief Clerk; John 
Leslie, (1. L. I!. Fraser. F. H (lisborne, W. K. Ilndgins, 
John Chisbo.m. W. H. Blackadar, P. M. Cote. J. K, 
Xarraway and A. J. Horan. Clerks; D. U. Stewart, 
Minister'.s Private Secretary; U.J. Kobertsoii, .Messenuer. 
Pnitentiary Branch — J. U. Jloylau, Inspector < f Peniten- 
tiaries; Ooorge L. Foster, Accountant; II. B. S. Lane, Clerk. 

Customs Department ( Kastern Block]. — IIou. Mackenzie 
Bowell, .Minister of Customs; James Johnaon. Conimis- 
Bione;- of Customs; W. Q. Parmelee, Assistant Commis- 
sioner ; K. L. Sanders, Minister's Private Secretary. 
Accountant's Branch — T. J. Watters, Accountant; W. C. 



Baker, W J. Kcdic.-tson, .1. Uussell. J. Coiirliif \. •'■ CimS 
beil. f, J. Code. R. li. Farrow, A. I.aoerteand Mi-^" ■'"■< 
Christie, Clerks. Correspmidence Brancli—'i'. Alder 
Bliss. A. Morin, W. J. Mackenzie, Clerks ; il. U l'ii« •• 
Stationery Clerk. Statistical Br inc7i— Janii- I'.my.i li 
Clerk; C. II. Hardintc. H- Bennett. A. C. Bleakn.y, C 
McKeil. C. V. Ince, John Ackers, Clerks. .) 'liii V'M 
.lohn Carleton and Harry Carleton. Messeii-'ers. 
Krtvaiiagh, W. H. Hill. T. C. .Mewburn. W. K. MioWl 
L. Kobitaille. J. S. MacLaren, Inspectors of I'urtp. .I- 
Wolff. Special Anent. J. A. Jrosse. Special HevcDil 
Officer. B,ard nf Appraisers— J . Johnson, i 'iiiiinnil 
{ex-officio); Geo. 5V. Jessup, Appraiser and Secret.-iry. 



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[1888| W'] 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



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amzltt ....Tororitu 

Tunitil. 

Woinlliriils,'t.. 

Hoiiloiiu. Clerk As.isl;iiii( 
'/li,-/ Iira7ich~\\ iIIkuii oJ 
. T.'iylcir. .Ansi.>lii:j ' i.rk i 
'Ifrk 111" Kii'dish .I"iiriinl<i 
i.ti'n anil I'roCH,. linir* 
ihpk; T. Oiiinu-t. A>.<l.i,iij(i 
II ; WaltiM- 'I'o.l I. I'l.'ik 
tlo; K. McO. ,M -tUt.i1.-rl^ 
Hi-k fif -itiitiilin,' ('pminilisi 
J.C.M.I).. haw Cl.ik; K 
1 Chief Ki'eticli IimihIiIt J 
iHtte, 0. li. I)..«niiliiii'rv liF 
ni'llani'ouf /inuirii—H-iirJi 
cry Hliii Sillixriiili-ii ji-nl > 
)f Ituiider; \Viii. ('Him^. Vl 
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. Tiir^ieon, Aisi-t.iiil diltof 
i'Hseiii;er; M. l,Ht!.Hninie. J] 
f'li'i'k's MesSfiiL'-T: Uul" 
ini) nf MiWi (/i«ii/— Il'iir]! 
uiilHt iiiid II. A. DottHiellJ 

iHineut ftSHOinlilel. 



fsell, J. Coiirliipv. .1. Cinij* 
A. I,«o«i'fe .tiiii Mi'^n ■li-.*'i^ 
nee Branclt~'l'. Alder 
zie, (Jlorks ; li. IF. VnvM 
tr inch — .(mnc." li.iirv.i'lii^ 
iiett. A. C. Bleakn.v.C ' 
kers, ClerkH. .)"liii W.ill^ 
'arleton, M»>HseiiL'rr!i. HI 
Mewburn. VV. K. MioL'syj 
Inspector.'' nf I'urt.ii. 

iJrosse, Special HeVfDU 
■s— J. Johnson, Cimirmii^ 
ipraiser and Secretary. 



OOLLKCTOHH or rUNTUMK. 
Thntf miirknl Itiiu* art Warfhuimnff I'lirlt. 
imhtrilhurif.* K. Anilnmon. iVii;iri(/r^, deo, M Klllut* 
BflUfill'.* W. W«l)HtHr. .Vfwdirlule'V.C.iWiwu-Ui'HUti 

Briinli'Tii,* II. H. l.i'Kinltiir. S'wiuntU, V. KHrnrnnili. 
Jn.ff'i'"",* M. K. liockwidid. Xiiii/nra.* VV. Klrliy. 
BnifkrilU* H^irviu KMKton. OnKvillf* K. K Cliinhnlm 
'^.i/'i'im.* J.O.I'oMMHfatlK'r. f></i(iM'u.* (ii'iir«H Kr. lll.unMy 
ri(ir^Hi.ii'//.'.W..M. I'littlwn. OlliiMut. /. WlUun. 

i'i\fU:U* yi I.CK^Jl'tt f^lUCII .ViK /((/,. I. <!. Stl'plll'IVII 

N,iri..»i/.,* \V. .<<. Wllllanii. I'lirit* 'I'Iihiii«k IIiII 
'Umi/i-./,* Cli K Kwlnif. yV(iViif((/')i/iciii'\V.M.'llii>iiipiion 
iUltnnif* I). K. Marfurland. I'onf. \\ . Klynn 
'irnioill* .\l«x.V. .Mi'Mllliin./V/(ir'i"''')'. .laniiM Straltdii. 
iV.i«i iV.'UeorKti A. Kiiwlwr I'ir'nti* W'altfr.l. IIohk. 
/iiWi'i./Mrj.'.dilin Hmikin /'"».»«. W. I.yncli. 
>.r.r* 1". ». H.irrilt. iW.<r.„ll.* II. D. .Ie«mip. 

>(«./.(.*,♦ W. illllipy. V'"''"'.* Il'in .I.U.IllKi.ilmt. 

fii(>i./.v,' M..M. .•'inllh. l{im(iii.iU.* J \ vUrtlu 

[iiiiiniillf, A. HrDwiiHoti h'liniii'Uiiwn, K. Ki'ttiMV. 

P'H /■;.»>,♦ H. W. Ilriii.ktl'ld .V.ioiui, ♦(!. \. MtlliiKiui. 
I>rfliii'ishitr(/li, W. C. lliikiT. .Vii(/i/»'i«, .lanii'H Kliiiiinn. 
•Uniuinijiie, .1. Onnlili.n. Siiult Sir. Mnrie* .1. WilHon 
ihip'.* ,\. ,\. Kiiviiimiih. .V/i».//,/v)i)/,-c. ClmH K. I'crry. 
rr^rih-li* AMlmr Karruw. Smrl.J Mntllilew. 
'fV//.'i, I'. A lldir. mail. Sht,ist''>i((. (! ri. I'liannMll. 
//iM V/'in.*lMvlil .MrCullocli. ,S7. i;itlinrinf». II It. OolliHr. 
U-mminiit'iiril, V. S I'rnper. Kl. Il'hiciiillie. ,1. .M. lUiiii'l, 
il'l".' K, .1. \V. llurton. Si. Joint).* II U IVri'li.ird. 
ViH;<ri/».*('larkM II iniilli'U. Sifilhinl. .Inhii lliniiltmi. 



Kini/ii'i'lli'. S. Kiiiif. 
U'-iiil,: v. Dozni.s. 
l,iwl/iii/, 1). UrowiiH, 
bm<ln>i.* H,ili rt U.ilil, 
l/w/.l/.'/i l.il, I'll/a,. I. II. V. 

I'liiirliHMil 
l/.i '/■■.;/.♦ .M. I". Kv'in. 
1/ CM hurt;, IliiHiii (J.irinan 



Siitliiii. Ahii Tracy. 

T/irf.e liirrnt, \. .\. |,:in(ier. 

'I^'rnnln.*- Iliin. ,Ii\h. I'at'on. 

Vrnitiin:" .1. !•'. McUulre. 

W'lliiahiinili. C. KriiKef. 

»'l,ill"/.* li A. (Iiirmin. 

Whiil.mf.* Will. ItHiiiidn. 

Wi„/.<li,-h.* \V. II VaiiliiUHti 
pKI'MfT.MKNT iiK InL\NI) Kkvknuk. — Illiri. .1. Cwilwaii, 
Miiii^lMr lit Inliiii.l Ki'vhihim; K. Miull, (NininiiMBlmu'r ; 
Vi' J. (iHralil. A»'<istHnt ("niiinilnNioiiMr. ,Si crttari/\i 
Uniich—W. IlliiHwiirtli. (;lili'f (!|i'rU uml .Hecttilary; VV. 
I'lrl"!-. Sliort-liiiml VVrliir; A. I.iiK'iinnnii. Cl^rk a.-iil 
Tr:lll^lllt.lr. Ari:nii)it„,it'K Uniiii-li — V. M, Kcliln.s. Cliinf 

(1. r; anil Ac iiiit.mt : V. li K ("iiniinviii, As.>^ist.'int .\r- 

•■' nil.iiit : .1. 10. V.iliii, ('. It. Mull. .1. A. |i ivi.n. (1 llrunel, 
.IK llrowii, .l.ilin iivnii's, II. (1 l.iiiiinlliii. ami R Qimlii. 
Cl-rks. .Sl.itulicil fira>i<:/i—\V. I,, ILtou. K. NhIIIc, .1. !•. 
."I'liH. Ciuial Hraitcl(-H II. 'IVaklei. N..-<i,.wail, It Devlin. 
II:/'lriii(lir, Unil.i. i&:—C. Iv (Jliiitplni.'k. /■l;c«i.s- liraiu-.l,— 
y K. Hliitc'li. .'iliim/i.i /Jci(»(7(— lleiirt,'!' t'owler. Sl<tnilnr<l.^ 
/?A(» ■/,—.!. IJriirii'l, Clerk. Kcivlan/ In .»/ /iw.Vr— M. K. 
«'nMi. <?/((>/■ .(»r;/v,,7_Thi)iiia« Muctiii] iim. A. McHill 
y.X I/. Lefelivro, AH.jstanl Analvsts. LalioraUiri/ Cl'rl: 
-riiiiims Cisey. jUcv.m '/./'''••'f - K. Arcluiinbault, Joliii 
i.'iiiitiiian an. I A. MeCiilliniiih. 

hi.il'ixton; III' fiilniul ICi-fiiiii,'. — IIbim-n Moilrton, of 
Tir.iiti), Chief Iii..ipi..'tor: .I.lin Diivis, of Winil-ior. for 
U"iiil.<.>r District; .I.iiiii M.irr .w. ..f I'.iront.i, f.ir Tor. into 
W'tiict; VV. li. Iliniill.iii, of Ui-ickville, lor Kiii-jHton Uis- 
Ti.i ; K Hn.eiimie, of. Vlnntroal. fnr Ml. titveal District; .1. 
M I.-moino. of QuhIihc, fur IJuel.ef Uintrict ; .lotin N. 
Mfi'.r.', of St. John. \.» . for New UriiiiKwick Disrict; K 
liorralajlo, of ll.ilifax. N. 8.. for Nova S.'otia DiHtrict; J. 
|v liarretr, ot Wiunipei;, for Manitoba Di.strlct; Win. 
''ill, of Victoria, for Uritinli Colnmbii. District: R. 
Bmadaile. ol llilifax. f.,r I'liii.'o K.lward I.sUnd. John 
IMtis, of Wind.sor, Innpector of Dintillerifs. W. J. Oerald. 
|ii<|iec*or of T'ohacco KaetorieH. VV. J, Johnstone. Chief 
Inip -ctor ol StamlardH. 

I'l.vwoE Dni'.MirMKNT.— MiniHter of Kinance. IIou. Sir 
CliH. Tiipper. C.ll.. U C MO ; Deputy Mini>ter of Kinance, 
■I. M. Courtney; Assi.stiint Deputy Jliiiister of Kinance, 
». Mtz^erald. Accoiin'ant of Contin.'encies. I{. VV. Has- 
t»i'. Comptroller of Domiir'Mi (Currency, K Toller. Chief 
CliTk to i^avinir.s HankH. C J ...iderMon. Dominion Book- 
kif|ier. M. 0. Dlckieson. Financial Inspector, T, D. Tims; 
Assistant Financial Inspector, (I. V Srookshank. Secre- 
tjiry to Kinance Mini.ster, C. C. Chipman. First Class 
Cii rks-Uoo. liowe, jun., C. A. Gounh. C VV. Trea'lwoll, 
■I dill McNicol, ,Iohn Fraser. Second (}lass Clerks— 0. .M. 
■Iiivvis, .1. B. n. Neevo, J. R. Nash, C. E. Turt^eon, C. P. 
Mreet, II. G. R. Fripp, J. A Clayton, K. .S. VViir^;ins, N. S. 
'iirlund, James Ilopkirk, John Belfour, Cameron Stanton, 
" li Blair, J. P. Nutting. T. C. Bovilb, E. Capbert, E. A. 
BUck. Third Class ClerkH-C. J. Tasker, Thomas Oil- 
'11' ur, P. A. Coffin, C. W. 0. Tabor, E. L. Brittain, A. U. 



rontMr, W. 11. ll»yM, 0. 8. Hcutt, A, J. U'KnIlly. J. 0. 
flnnii'ldrR. .MioKvuiC'ri.— I', IViider, P. Connolly, VV II. 
O.itroin, F, A. Evunii Imturnncf l&ttieli—W . |i|()!)(erHld, 
SiipHtlntxndHnl ; A. K. Itlncknilnr, W J. K. McMInn 

DkIMRTMKNT of I'UHI.IC WoKKM— .MImImIit of ruhllc 

Vl'..rkii. Hon. .«ir II I, l,anxi<»lii. C H , K C M (1 Deputy 
.VIlnlHlt'r of Till. lie Works, II. V llallUirn* .SecrctHiy, 
A. (loliKil ('hint KiiKineer, II F. IVrley. Chief Archi- 
tect, TlioN. Fuller. (>'hief A''<'oiinlant,'l. Dlimiie iliiipt. 
of Tel., F. N. lllHliorn'-. I'llviite Secri tary. K. F. K. Roy. 
KiiKineerliiK llranrli — Chlel Chik. R. Sltck..|. Michnnlcnl 
KtlKllieel— ChlefCleik. J R Arnol'li. First) lussClerku— 
J I'. .MrtcpherMon. F C. I.luhlf.iot. t<ecoiiil (Miifs Clerks— 
K. I> llanie, J C. Tach^<. A Klnxslon. K. Dlmine, Dr A. 
Ilelleau, J Vincent Thlnlt'liiKii Clerku— D. A. .Maipheriion, 
.1. !■:. Verraull, J. (loKi II. Talbot, S. U'lliien, E .1 Smith, 
Oho. Ili-nnesey, U. .1. Roliillaid .VIi'fsi n)(ers— II. I'etvin, 
JoK. A. Chabot, 

I'osr iikkiokDki'ahtmknt -iIrnkhai. I'oMTiirrnr.HTTAWA 
— l'oslm.i>ter(lineral. lion. A. VV. Mi I,» l.ui : Deputy I'ost- 
masl'-Mieiieral. VV. II. llrlllin. .Sirrrhn i/'s rtiriH. /.—Chief 
Clerks— lileut.-Col. W. While, .Secretary ; W. D. l,eSueiir. 
AhsIsIhiiI Sicnlarv. Isl Class ("lerks— II. S rtoHtherley, 
,r. Walsh, J. I'lunkctt. A. l.liiUav ami (^ Kalcimt r. 'JnU 
('l»s-.(!lerkH— 11 II Ilargrive, II. VV.iliiltlii. A VV. Throop, 
<1. K. White. J. .VI. O'l.Hary. (J J. Hink-., <i. Marsaii, K. I'. 
Stanton, W, Dreaves. C. I'ope. II. (I. Dnnb-vie ami F. (I. 
Moon, aril ClaM Clerks- <l llamejl) A, C. VlacDiiDthl. 
A. J, MicDerniiil, J. A. Maclmmld, V. . J. Kieclietle, II. II 
Morti n .1 Cart.r, II. Kn.iiil, VV C. I,itlle, J Ilii.wii, (.. A, 

D. .Mallleiie, I'. It. I'.iwell. T Roy, A. liiiiipiimn. C. I'. V. 
Il^roiinl. II. M Norlhriip, E. I,'. T,»\lor. K. Daiilmey, E. 
Runel C li. Unit. II, (I C. Wood, II. iirem.l. .\.VV Curtis, 
VV. Alford. .1. .■•, .•■teVHiiHon, .). rretid'THast, K. Merrick. 
li. Uohiiisiiri, A. Samuels. E. M. u'Connor, .1. S.-vmoiir, VV. 
Smith, J. (Irani E. D. ()<..i.ioil. K. C. Anihr-on. (1. II 
I'Hiish K. I-:, Kiilc-ner. Iv M W.ilker. K 1. V\ .idilell, T. 

E. Ml,.|iiii II S Stiwarl.II MciUiire, I'. 1/ llmiliy, T. 

I. I». .M. Il.it, ,1. Buckley. I'HckerM— S Ore. iillel.l, T. A. 
(Mriirali. .1. .Mirier ami",!. Bradli-v. ' 'o.<'ii' »•'» liriiuh— 
Chief CI. rk- -J. A>-hworlh, Cashier, ^nd Class Cleik — 
A. .McLennan, li. II. I'ouliot. '.id Class Clerk — I. I'. 
H'lWaid. I'riiiliny ami Siqifth/ rtruM/i— Chief Clei k~ 
Sidney Siiiith, jili.., Su|iiirinleiidenr. Isl Cla^s Clerk — 
O. lor'lier. •Jiid Class Clerk— W. I). H'lirlen :!ril Cl.tss 
ClerKS— J I!, lireeiitield, R, Oreei. liebl D. Clarabut, I). 

II. Oiiiiliieii, W. KerKusiiii and ,1 ltrh;js. I'm kers— VV. 
Co ich. M (iaiviii. T Iliiitiieih, <i. Klbiiiiine, A. Morn-.,!, 
liarivtt, I Kllii.it,.!. I!. liiiiiiiA, M. ,1 .Male ii, .). Bell II I . 
Cocich, VV. II Cheney. .1. C. Beiiii. I' Kelim- a. d J. M. 
Lewis, .ArC'iiiriliuirs Hrmich — Chief Clerks— II . A. VVick- 
sli'iM, Acci.uiitaiil; VV. ||. Smiil.s..ii. Assistant Account- 
ant. IstCliss Clerk— I'. K. Hurk". 'Jiid Class Clerks— 
E II. BenJAinin. I,. llUmhet. C .1. B. llliiuins. D. K Mc- 
Carthy. NO. D'.Viiteuil, A. Devim-. D. A. It.irretland l". 
Mcilrail. lird 'lass Cli-rUs— R. .1. iiliVer. ,1. li. Kortier, E 

A. I). .Jones.l'. T Leahy. C I). D. el. W II. limp-.". N. 

Champagne, T. .VI. Oliver. 0. C. Amli rs..n. K. Wilson, K. 
K Ri Chester, K. Leiiileiix, II. S Shaw, II. S. Campbidl, T. 
Aiiishoroiiifti, C. R. Ri.bertsson, I rniversy.W. Q. Ketch- 
urn, VV. .1 Olover and E. B. Wood. Mis-eiinirs — VI. lit n- 
liett, J Dndd, D. C'lurtn. V ami .1. Speii.e. I'livate Secre. 
fary— T. E. VIc^i elan, .l/.o/cy Orihr /{ninc/i— Chief Clerks 
—.). i;. Stewart, Superintendent ; O. K. Everett, Assislmit 
Superintelidelit. 1st Cla.ss Clerk— W. .1 Bariclt. 'Jnd 
Class (Merks— .1. I' Bropliv, R. .1. Shaw. S. S ThoriiP, D. 
I). Mcl'heison, VV. J. J.ihiist.ine. J. K. Wall and W. 
Ri.wan. .'Jul Class Cl.;rk.s— .VI. K Diiiilevie. A. VV. Wall, 
.1. II. Spencer. J. C. Beattv, K. M. S. Jenkin.s, F. II. F, 
Mercer F. K. S Orout, (!. VV. LiiUy, T. E Visser, VV. 11. 
Ilanley, J. L. Olivier. VV . T. »Vil.-on. J Miillin, E L. Lca- 
royd, (1. 11 Haves, .1. M C'onrov, 0. L. I'liinkett. S Short, 

F. O O. \ Seu'uin, C. A. .Meiklii, J. S. Hale, ,1. U Kortier 
and .1. C. Vlartlii. I'aekers— l'. A. Claik ami A VVhiatley. 
Siriiii/s li'tnk //ctiNcv'i — Chiif Clerks— ,1. CSt.'wait, Super- 
intendent; I). Matheson, AsHlstan: >uperintenilent. 1st 
Cla.ss Clerk— VV. II, Ilarriiuton. •JiulClass Cleiks— .1. 
Rose Smith, VV II. Ea^leson. J. II. Kairweather, E. 11. 
Bell, VV. H. Kropsand VV. H. McCuaiif. ^iril tliss Clerk.s 
—J. 0. Bonner, J.Chamard, J. II. Bollard. I'. B. Taylor, 
E E. F. Tavlor, II. N. I'. IJheslev, A. E. Ileminj!, M. J. 
Finn, K. F. Jarvis, VV. C. E. Stewart, A. F. L Oeddes, H. 
Mc iillivray, E. C. Hayes, J. E. Pelton. H. VV. lireiidner, 
J. A. JachHon, I'. Re^an, 0. A. Hunt and VV J. II. Adams. 
.VIesseniter — S Graham, VV. Cherry I'acker — VV. J. Bell. 

PosI Office In.ipectors — Chief Inspector, J l)ewe, Ottawa; 
Nova 'Scotia, 0. J. Macdonald, Halifax; Trlnce Edward 



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42 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



[1888. 



Iglund, P. de St. Croix Brecken ( PoBtmaRter of Charlotte- 
town), Charlottetown; New Brunswick, S. J King, St. 
John; Quebec, A. Bolduc, Quebec; Three Rivers, Q 
A. Bourgoois, Three Kivers ; Montreal, E. P. King, Mon- 
treal ; Ottawa. T. 1'. French, Ottawa ; Kingston, G. E. Oriffln, 
liingHton ; Toronto, M. Sweetnam, Toronto; Barrle, D. 
Spry, Itarrie; London. !V)bt. W. Barker, London; Strat- 
ford. Henry G. Ilopkirk, Str*tford; Brit h Columbia, 

E. II. Fletcher, Victoria: Manitoba ind North- West 
Territory, W. W. McLeod, Wliii. ipee. 

Des-.^rtment of R.\ilw.4vs and Can.^ls.— lion. J. H. Pope, 
Minister of Railways £ Canals; T.'irudeau, Deputy do. ; A. 
P. Bradley, Sgeretary; John Page, Chief Engineer Canals; 
C. Schriober, Chief Engineer Governm-nt Railways; J. 
Baine, Ai'conntant; 11. A. Kissiault, Law Clerk; W. J. 
Tilley, F. A. Dixon, Chas. Costin. Corresponding Clerks ; 
S. L. Shannon, Accpuntant's Branch; T. Cross, Chief 
Clerk; L. K. Jones. A.N. Greenfield, Railwaysin Operation 
Branch ; A. Uriacko Almon, Draughtsman ; M W. .Mav- 
nard, L. il. Filteau, L. N Fortier, L. D. Diop, W. A. lUll, 
II. L. B. Ross, A. Cameron, J. W. Pu'-olej- and J. K. 
Methot, Records; J. N. Deslaniiers, J. Deslauriero, and 
Joseph Page. Messengers. 

Depahtmeni OF .Militia AND Defence.— [Western Block.] 
Hon. Sir Adolplio P. Caron, K.C.M G , Minister of Militia 
and Defence; Col. Hon. C. B. Panet,Depnty of the Minister; 
Ci.p* AlphonReBenoit,PrivateSecretary ; ^Uigene Verreult, 
Messentter. Office nf Minister of Militia and Defence. — B. 
Suite, H. D. J. Lane., A. Benolt, Colin Campbell (Retired 
Assistant Paymaster R. N.), and E. Edmond Lemienx, 
Clerks; X. Casanlt, Messenger. Account Branch — C. U. 
O'Moara. Chief Clerk and Accountant; Lt.-Col. D. A, Mac- 
donald. F. X. L'jmbert, W. II. Aumond, Edmund B. Ho!t, 

F. E. P. Aldrich, J. M. E. Genest, Clerks; John W. Gow, 
Messenger. Store Branch. — Lt.-Col. John Macpherson, 
Director of Stores and Keeper of Militia Properties; Lt.- 
Col. Thomas B.^con, Capt. J. B. Donaldson. P. Clarke, F. E. 
Knight, L. Foley. Clerks. Engineer Bcanc/i-II. James. Archi- 
tect; Lieut. F. W. White. Clerk. Military Branch — Major- 
Gen. Sir Frederick D. Middleton, K.CM.G..C.B., Command- 
ing the Militia: Col. Walker I'awell, Adjutant-General; 
Capt. 11. E. Wise. Aide-de-Camp to the MajorOeneral 
Commanding. Ailjntant-OfneraVs O/lire.—W. R. Wright, 
Chief Clerk; G. Seymour, T. C. Laiose, Major W. ) . S. 
Wainwright, W.J. Davidson Clerks; C. Dion, Messenger. 

Department op the Interior. — lion. Thomas White, 
Minister of the Interior. Inside Service. — A. M. Burgess, 
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior ; L. C. Perelra, 
Private Secretary, fi'.cretary's Branch— 3. R. Hall, Secre- 
tary; P. B. Douglas, Asst.-Secretary ; K. J. Henry, Regis- 
tration Cleik ; G. U. Byley,in charge of Timber and Mines. 
Correspondence Clerks— II Kinloch, J. Pope, W. Howe. C. 
C. Roger^, A. ChisboIm.T. O. Roth well, F. S. Checklev, A. 
L. Jarvis, N. 0. Cot6. J. S. Brongh, R. M. Bonfellovr, J. L. 
Etoile, Q. A. Sparkes, G. G. V. Ardouin. E. Genest, F. 
Nelson, G. Bell. W. Hatch. F. C. Cipreol, H. K. Hume, F. 
Loyer, E. Belleau, .1. P. Tunne. Surveys Branch — E. 
Deville, Surve or-General and Chief Clerk ; W. F. King, 
Chief Inspector oi Survevs ; A Grignard, P. B. Syraes, L. 
T. Licasse, H. Billings, i\. Ranscher, E. V. W. Sowter. M. 
Brady, C. J. Steers. Land Patent Branch— W. M. Goodove, 
Chief Clerk; N Tetu. B. Wallls, F. H, C Cox. P. T. Bach- 
annu, H. Sherwood, W. S. Gliddon, G. N. Paterson, D. Dunn, 
11. B. D. Bruce. 0. II. Lambert. Accountant's Branch — J. 
A. Pinard, Chief Clerk, Accountant; C. II. Beddoo, Asst.- 
Accountant; H. H. Turner, Ledger Keeper. Ordnance 
and Admiralty Xand«—W. Mills, Clerk in charge; P. Q. 
Keyes. Chief Draughtsman — J. Johnston. Clerk in chaige 
of Survey Records — F. Clayton. Me^sengen — C. Owne, A. 
Swinburn, P. Robertson, J. Diinnet. The Land Board, 
Winnipeg — H. II Smith, Commisnioner of Dominion Lands; 
W. Pearce, Superintendent of .Minos; J. McD. Gordon, In- 
spector jf Dominion Lands Agencies: T. R. Biirpfi, Secre- 
tary ; R. A. Ruttan, Asst.-Secietary. Inspector of Ooloniza- 
Hon ('ompanies — Rufus Stephenson. Dominion Lands 
Agents— Vfinniiieg. A. II. Whitcher; Souris, E. C. Smith; 
Birtle. W. G. Pentland; Duflrerin, W. H. Iliam; Turtle 
Mountain, John Flosher; Little Saskatchewan, W. M. 
Hilliard; Qu'Appelle. W. H. Stevenson; Calgary, Amos 
Rowe; Toucliwood.T. B. Forgu.son, Acting Agent; Prince 
Albert. John .McTaggart; Edmonton, P. V. Gauvreau ; 
Coteau, J. J. Mcllugh ; Battleford, E. A. Nash ; Sethbridge, 
E Q. KIrby. Agent for Mennoultes and Icelanders, 
George Newcomb; New Westminster, B.C , II. B. W. 
Aikman. 0)-own Timber ^^fn/«— Winnipeg, E. F. Stephen- 
son : Edmonton, T. Anderson; Calgary, C. L. Gpuin; 
Prince Albert, D, J. Waggoner; New WeBtmioster, B.C., 



T. S. Uigglnson. Gtolngical Survey Branch— \. R. c. 
Selwyn, Director; G. M. Dawson, Assistant Director and 
Geologist; Robert Bell, Assistant Director and Qednglst; 
J. F. Whiteaves, Assistant Director and PalicontoloKist' 
Q. C. Huffman, Assistant Director and Chemist ; Jno! 
Macoun, Botanist; S. Barlow, Chief Draftsmsii ; ], 
Marshall, Secretary and Assistant Draftsman ; U. V. 
Ells. Field Geologist; Hugh Fletcher, Field Geologist; F. 
C. Weston, Assistant Curator; R. Q. McConnell, Kield 
QeoloL'lst; Frank D. Adams, Assistant Chemist; ,1. B. 
Tyrrell, Field Geologist; Eugene Coste, Mining Geologist; 
E. D. Ingall, Mining Geologist; L. M. Lambe, Artist: C. 
W. Wllllmott, Assistant Curator; A. S. Cochrane, .Assist- 
ant Topographer; Jno. .McMillan. Surveyor and Kxplorer; 
A. P. Low, Surveyor and Explorer; H. M. Ami, 2nd 
Assistant Palreontologlst; Jno. Thorhurn, Lilirariau ; 
M. O'Farrell, Resident Caretaker; Jno. Meade, Mes-,nuer . 
Department of Inhian A ►fairs— Inside Sekvick.— 
Honourable Thomas White, Superintendent Gmeral ot 
Indian Affairs; L. Vaukoughnet, Deputy Supt. do.; 
Robert Sinclair. Chief Clerk and Accountant : A, 
Dingman, Inspector of Indian Agencies and Reserves; 
W. A. Austin, Chief DraU'.;ht8man ; O. W. Burliidge, 
Solicitor of Indian Affairs; A. N. McNeill. Corresponding 
Clerk; J V. de Boucherville, French Translator: K. W. 
Smith, Assistant Accountant; T. F. S. Kirkpiitrick, 
Clerk: J. D. .McLean, Stenographer; D. C. Scott. R. 
Q. Dalton. Book-keepers; .M. isenson. Assistant (Jorres- 
ponding Clerk; Samuel Stewart. Clerk of Records; John 
McGirr, Clerk of Statistics; II. C. Ross. Assistant Steno- 
grapher; Samuel Bray, Assistant Draughtsman; Thos. Cof- 
fey, jr., II.. f. Brook, Jos. Delisle, H. G. McL. Maingy, Hiram 
McKay, J. W. Shore, Wm. A. Orr, Registrar of Indian Laud 
Patents; A. E. Kemp. Miss C. Reiff^nstein, D. C. F. liliss, 
John Austen, W. A. Hunton, Clerks; Miss Fanie Yeilding, 
Index Clerk ; T. Starmer. Housekeeper and Messenger; Jas. 
Slocombe, Messenger. Outside Servic:. — Onturin.— J, 
T. Qilkison. Indiaii Supt. and Commissi ner, Brantford; 
J. C. Phipps, Indian Supt., Manitowaniiig; Fbenezcr Wat- 
son. Indian Lands Agent, Sarnia; Thos. Walton. .M.D., 
Indian Supt., Parry Sound; John Mclntyre, Indian 
Agent. Fort William; W.Simpson. Indian Lands Ag«nt, 
Wiarton ; Thos. Gordon, Indian Agent, Strathroy ; Wm. 
Van Abbott. Indian Lands Agent, Sault Ste. Marie: 15. W. 
Ross, do , Cockburn Island; J. T. C' naway, do., South- 
ampton: John F. Day, do.. Bruca Mines; T G. Pile. do. 
Deseronto; A. B. Cowan, do.. Gananoque; J )hn Heattie 
Indian Agent, Ilighiate; Edmund Bennett, do,, Castile 
Matthew Hill, Indian Agent, Shaunonville; II. U. 
Thompson, Indian Agent, Penetangnishene ; J. P, Doa- 
nelly, Indian Agent. Port Arhnr; Adam English, do., 
Ssrnia; Alex. .McKelvey, do Walpole Island; 0. B. 
McDermott, do., Scugog ; E. Harris, do., Gore's Landing; 
John Thackeray, do., Roseneath; Duncan J. McPliee, do., 
Uptergrove; J. R. Stevenson. do, Georgina; J W. Jermyn, 
Indian Agent, Cape Croker. Quel>ec — James .Martin, 
Indian Agent. Maniwaki; Alex. Brosseau, do.. CaUf^hna- 
waga ; L. F. Boucher, Indian Supt., Betsiainits; George 
Long. Indian Agent, St. Regis; L. E.Otis, do., Pointe Bleiie; 
Ily. Vassal, do , Pierreville ; A. Le Bel, jnn., do.. Riviere 
du Loup; Rev, J, Gngn6. do., Marie. British Onlumlna 
— I, W. Powell. Visiting Indian Supt., Victoria; P. C'Reilly, 
Indian Reserve Commissioner, Vlcto la; R. li. Pidcook, 
Agent to the Kwah-Kewlth Indians; W H. Lonias. do,, 
Cowichan Indians; P. McTiernan, do., Fraser River In- 
dians; J. W. .McKay, Indian Agent. Kamloops and 
Okanngan Indians; II. Guillod, do, West Coast; Capt 
W. L. Meeson, do, Lillooot District; Michael Phillip.^. 
do., Kootenay District; S. Y. Wootton, Stipendiary 
Magistrate, .Metlakathla. IVetv Brunswick — C. Sarcennt, 
Indian Supt., Chatham; James Farrell. do.. Fredericton; 
Moses Craig, Indian Agent. Perth. Nova .Steo^i'a— Genrge 
Wells, Annapolis, Indian Agent for the Counties of .\iu):i- 
polis and Shelbnrne; Freeman McDormand, Bear Riv>>r, 
<io. for the Counties of Digby and Yarmouth; Rev. U. 
Macdonald, Pictou. do. for the County of Pictoo; Rev. J, 
McDougall, do.. Red Islands; Rev. D. Mclsaae, Greiidale. 
do. for the County %f Inverness; Rev. Roderick Grunt, 
lona. Grand Narrows, do. for County of Victoria; .1 K. 
Beckwith, Canning, do. for King's County; Rev, Thos. 
Butler, Caledonia, do. for the Counties of Queens »ud 
Lunenburg; James Gass, Shubenacadie, do. for Hants 
County ; Rev. A. P. Desmond, Enfield, Indian Agent for 
Halifax County; Dr. D. II. Muir, Truro, Indian Apont 
for County of Colchester; Dr. A. T. Clarke, Parsboro, do. 
for County of Cumberland ; Rev. M. McKenzie, Christmas 
Island, do. foi Cape Breton County ; Wm. C. Chlsholm, 



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|ln..ierton, do. for Counties of Antigonish »nd Quysboro. 
Ifiince BHward Island — J. 0. Arsenault, Indian Supt., | 
llinnox Island. Manitoba, Ktewatin, and !forlh-Wesl 
Iftminri'S — lion. K. Dewdney, Indian CommiRHioner for i 
llliDltnh.iftnd North West Territories, Regina: K, McColl, i 
llnipictor of Indian AgencieH for Manitoba and Keewatin, { 
IllonipPK; L. J- A- Leveque, A. B. Mclntosli, Clerlis, 
IfiiiDiiH'Ki Hayter Reed, Aspistant Indian CommisHioner I 
I Ijr Manitoba and N.W.T., Regina; T. P. WadHWortli, 
llisptctorof Government Farms and Agencies for N.W.T.; 
Illei. McQibbon, do., Reginn; W. McQirr, Cnnimiisioner's ! 
Ifleik; Angus MeKay, Indian Agent, Berens Uiver; Jos. | 
IMt^fi 'lo- Tbe Pas; Henry Martineau, do., Manitol« ! 
licuse: K. Pitlier, do., Fort Francis; fluo. McPlierson, ; 
llo, .'Ifsnbagliaaing, Lalce of the Woods; ,7. A. Marlcle, do., ' 
hirtle; V. Ogietree, do., Portage La Prairie; A. M. Mucl^le, ] 
l|0., St. Peter's; Coi. A. Macdonald, do., Broadview; W. 
Ilndfrson, do., Kdmonton; S. B. Lucas, Indian Agent, I 
heac" Hills; J. li. Lash, Indian Agent, Muscowpetung's I 
llMcivc. W. B. Poctiiiiigton, do., Fort .Mcl^eod; P. J. [ 
IlilliAiiH. Acting do., Baltleford: Uagnns Begg, Indian | 
luent, lilacltfoot Crossing; II. Keith, do.. Touchwood I 

»; .]. A. Mitchell, Acting do.. Victoria; J. P. Wright, 
|l:tlD(r <lo.. File Ililis; W. 8. Grant, Indian Agent, Indian 
i; W. C. de Baiinhard, do., Sarcee Reserve; F. X. 
liimrd, M.D., Treaty 7 ; J. C. Nel.sou, Surveyor, A. W. 
|?ODton, Assistant Surveyor, Regina. i 

Department of the Secretary op Statu of Canada. — i 
llliellon. .1. A. Chapleau, Q.C., LL.D , Secretary of State : 
Israiit I'owell. Under Secretary of State; Henry J. Morgan, 
IfliiefClurk; K. Colson, 0. Kmond, E.G. Pulford, E. Har- 
Itison.l-.C. Ubelle, J. F. Waters, H. Itoy, E.Y, Steele, ClerlcB. 
J i'gislrar's Brandt — L.A. Cateilier, Deputy Registrar Qen- 
(trslof Canada; Lt.-Col. A. Audet. Keeper of Records; 
\l Brousseav, I. W. Stcrr, A. M. P. Dronin J. Burns, A. 
;,Le!iroyd. O.Collins, 0. Mediow, P.T. Kirwan, D. D. Mo 
kald, L II. Globen,.lty, Clerks; T. O'Keefe, A. Elie, Y. 
Itoarii, Messengers; h. II. Tach*. Private Secretary | 
1 10 lb- Minister. Board nf Civil Service Hxaminers — j 
J. Tborburn, M.A.. LL.D., Chairman; A. D. De- ! 
Celles, 1'. LeSueur, Mdmbers of the Board; P. LeSuenr, 
I swtrctiiry ; J. A. Keays, Clerk. Department of Public i 
\?nntin(i and Slationtrt/. — Under supervision (;f the Hon. 
Ike See of State. Lt.-Col. B. Chamberlin, C.M.G., D.C.L, 
I Jneen's Printer and Controller of Stationery ; A S6h6cal, 

huperinteudtmt of Printing; , Accountant; W. 

ijiiddon, A Mousseau, A. Potvin, L A. Orison. C. B. 

iinsrm, N. Larochelle, 0. Andrews, Clerks. Stationery 

Snnch—J. Young, Supt. of Stationery; T. Robertson, T. 

jfexboroiigh. W. Walsli, F. S. Gnuldthrite, Clerks; .T. 

Hnghip,ll. Allen. Messengers; J. Foran.D.Joahen, Packers. 

D.iPARTMENT OF .MARINE. — Ilon.Oeo. E. Foster, Minister 

of Marine and Fisheries; Wm. Smith, Deputy Minister of 

plarinc; J, Ilardio, Chief Clerk; F. F. Gourdeau, Chief 

I Clerlt and Accountant; W. L. Magee. W. P. Anderson 

tnnineer), W. 11. Alexander, M. P. McEIlinmey (NauMcal 

I Advi«ei}, A. W Owen, J. M. Cxley, W. B. Carleton, J. B. 

Halltctf, W. W. Stumbles, M. V. C. Nicholson. S. J. Jen- 

hins (Private Secretary to Minister). A. Ilalkett, V. , 

n, Steele, J. E. McCienaRhan, W. 11. Noble and A. 

H. (iuion. Clerks ; W. 0, Lanipey and Wim. Menoe, 

Brauihtsnien in Enirineer's Office; M. Lamoucho. SI. 

Srant, H. Roy, W. A. Bangs and J. Waller, Extra 

Clerks; Jules Morin and J. Robertson, Messengers; 

J. U. (Iregory, Agent, Quebec; J. H. Harding, Agent, 

!t, Jolin, N.B,; H. W. Johnston. Agent. Halifax, N.S. ; 

Br., IjBwis, Agent, Victoria. B.C.; A Lord, Agent, 

Charlottetown, P.E.I.; 11 St. A. Ormond, Agent, Montreal, 

ind Inspector Harbour IVlice ; Jas. Mitchell, Superin- 

"Pdpit of Liiiht« Ncvvcaetl'. V '< : O A. Hntrh'ns, Super- 



intendent of Lights, Halifax, N.S.; L. A. Demers, Acting 
Superintendent of Lights, Quetyec ; and P. Uarty, Superin- 
tendent of Lights, Ottawa; P. A. Scott, R.N., Ohairman 
Board of Examiners Masters and Mates, Halifax, N.S. ; J. 
Taylor (Clerk to Chairman); G. A. Mackenzie, Examiner, 
Halifax, N.S.; Z. Charron, Examiner, Quel)ec; J I'ridiard, 
Examiner, St. John, N.B.; D. Hunter, Examiner. Halifax, 
N.S.; W. Thomas, Examiner, St. John, N.B ; R. Cameron, 
Examiner, Charlottetown, P.E.I. ; H. Lewis. Examiner, 
Yarmouth, N.S. ; T. Killam, Examiner, Yarmouth, N.S,; 
C. M. Lorway, Examiner, Sydney. C,B.; S. J. Brookman, 
Examiner, Sydney, CB.; A. J. WolIT, Examiner, liunen- 
burg, J. E, Hunt, Examiner, Lunenburg; W. Mcllwain, 
Examiner, St. Catharines; M. P. Mc.Ulinmey, Examiner, 
Ottawa; T. F.Taylor, Examiner, Kingston; E J .Mann, 
Examiner, New Carlisle, Q,; and W. C. Seaion. Examiner, 
Quebec; S Risloy Chairman Boardol Steamboat Inspection, 
Toronto; D. Stevens, Inspector of Boilers and Machinery, 
St. John, N.B.; W. J. Meneiiley, Inspector of Boilers, Ac. 
Toronto; J. Burgess, Ir.«nector of Boilers, &c., Montreal; 
E. Adams, Inspector of Boilers, Ac, Kingston, Out.; J, 
Samson, Inspector of Boilers, &c., Quebec; E. R. Aboil, 
1 nspector of Boilers. &c.. Lower Fort Garry ; 0. P. St. John, 
Inspector of Boilers, Ac, Toronto; and W. A. Russell, In- 
spector of Boilers, Ac, Victoria, B.C.; C, R. Coker, Inspec- 
tor of Hulls, St. John, N,B.; T. Harbottle, Inspector of 
Hulls, Toronto; P. Brunelle, Inspe-'tor of Hulls, Quebec; 
M. P. McEIlinmey, Inspector ot Hulls, Ottawa; T. F. 
Taylor (Temporarily), Inspector of Hulls. Kingston ; J. 
Dick. Inspector of Hulls, Toronto; R. C:)lllster, Inspector 
of Hulls, Victoria, B.C.; C. Carpmael, Superintendent 
Meteorological Service, Toronto ; A. R. Gordon. R.N., 
Deputy Superintendent, and Officer in charge of Hudson 
Bav Expedition ; E. Larochelle, Captain Government 
Steamer Napoleon HI. ; L. Demers, Captain Government 
Steamer Druid; R. A. Guildford, Captain Government 
Steamer New field; and J. B. Beianger, Captain Govern- 
ment Steamer La Canadie.nne ; A. B. Lee, Chairman Har- 
bour Commissioners. Toronto: A. Robertson, Chairman 
Harbour Commissioners, Montreal ; P. V. Valin, Chairman 
Harbour Coniniissioners, Quebec; and Jos, Gordon, Chair- 
man Harbour Commissioners, Pictou, N,S. 

Department of aqricultdre [Western Block). — Hon. 
John Carling, Minister of Agriculture ; A. L. Jarvis, 
Private Secretary ; J. C. Tachfi, Deputy Minister; John 
Lowe, Secretary of the Department; II. Beaumont Small. 
Chief Clerk and Accountant; W F. Boardu'an, Second 
Class Clerk ; L. U'Auray, J. C. Poper, J. E. Lemieux, 
Third Class Clerks; B. Moreau, D. Cot6, A. Desjardins, 
Messengers. J. Boaudoin, II. Pruneau. Packers. Archives 
Branch — D, Brymner, Firsi Class Clerk ; J. Marmette, 
Second do. Otpyrights and Tra/le Markt — J. B. Jackson. 

First Clasi Clerk. " Patents Branch , Chief 

Clerk; J. F, Dionne, ii. Casprain. First Class Clerks; E. 
Dauteuii, W. J. Lynch. D. Routhier, H. II. Bailey, T. 
McCabe. Second do.; L. J. Beland, J. W, D Verner. J. G. 
K. Copping, A. Leveque, J. II. Lyster, W. Hanright, A. 
Tach6, A. E. Caron. Third do.; J. Leveille. Model Re- 
pairer; G. Lemattre, L. Z Chabot, Model Hoom Guardi- 
ans. Statistics Branch- J. 0. Layton, Statistical Officer; 
Rev. 0. Tanguay, Special Attache ; E. H. St. Denis, A. F. 
Lyster, II. L. Fraser, Thiid Class Clerks. 

AupiTOR General's Office. — .\uditor General, John 
Lorn McDougall ; Assist. Auditor, Jas, Patterson ; Clerks, 
J. B. Simpson. E. D. Sutherland, John Gorman, F. Hayter, 
J. B, Lvnch, II. II. 0. Gray, T Porter, J. H.P. Gibson, G. 
C. Bolton, J. II. Balderson, J. C. MacDonald. L. A. Big- 
Bonnette, B. W. Siiorwood. Arthur B Hudson, H. A. Bald- 
win. J. W. Reld, W Iveariis, J. Graham; .Messengers, J. 
I'pndor and V. r"«cHnU. 



COPYRIGHTS IN CANADA. 



C'li) right.s niiiy be Sfcurcil by any iier.son doniiciltMl 
!■' C':inaiiii, or any jiait of tlio British po.ssi'ssions, or 
S'.iiig a citizen iif any cinintry having un International 
Oi]iyri,L'lit Treaty with tlie Un'iteii KinL;cl(iin, who i,s the 
utlior ijf any bodk, n!a]i, eliart, inusical eoniiiosition, or 
of any 'ii'if,'inal paintinj;, ilrawin;,;, design, &e., upon tlie 

Ifclluwiii),' eonditions : — The Imuks, niaiis, &e , must be 
ii'li^ll'■(l in Canada ; and in the I'ase of a work of art, 

litmust iie jn'oduced in Canada, either i>rior to or sinuil- 
tanctiusly with its iirodnetion elsewhere. Two eopies of 
!«oks, mails, &e., must he sent to the Minister of Agri- 

Ji'Slti'.re; and in the case of paintings, statuary, &e., a 

prittun deseription of the same must he furnished. i 

The fi'e for registering a Copyright is oin' dollar, and . 

"runs for twenty-eiglit years. It may also be renewed I 



for a further term of fourteen years upon the .same 
conditions. 

An Interim Cojiyriglit may be obtained, jietuiing the 
imhlieation of any literary, sricntilie or aitistie work, 
liy ilepositing in tiie Olliie of tin Minister of Agriculture 
a copy of the title, or .a description of such W(M'k. The 
Interim Copyright runs for one month, and the fee is 
fifty cents. The work. how(-ver, must he published 
inside the time speciiied, or the autlior incurs a jienalty 
not exceeding one Inuidred dollars. 

The jii'nalty for infringing a Copyright is the for- 
feiture of every copy of the work to the owner of the 
Cojtyright, and the iiaymeiit of a fine of not less than ten 
cents, nor more than one dollar, for every copy found n 
possession. 



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THE MILITIA LIST— DOMINION OF CANADA. 



fCi'iiihvueil, and rcrrcctnl hij the Militiit Cintnd Onhra to l-ltli (h'talrr, JSS7.J 



^hc (Queen. 

A(DE-I)i:-Oami' 'io tiik Qikkn, Oolonel Casiiiiii' S. Gzowski, StalT OIliuiT tu K 

GOVERVOK-GKNERAL. 



;iiic"i' Foi'i 



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lluOfili ,1, 



Most Uo\. Stu II. 0. K. PKrrv Fi i/m m;hiii:, M.M!(,iris di' Lwsddwnk, O. C M. (I 

( l,t.-('nl. H.'witt, licni.ud, 0. M G. 
E'tfu Alilr^-ilr-Ciimp, - l.t.-C<il. H. U. Siuith, 14th IS.itt., (Uniiorary.) 



(Capt. G. K. I/iyt.Mi (I'n 



|{. C.) 



UKI'ARTMKNT OF MIMTIA AND DKKENCIi. 

JIlM-»TKI! or Mll.lTIA AND I )|:|-K\(K, Hon. !Sir Ailnl|illi; 

p. Carnii, K C. M. C. 
Drp'itii Miiiint'i- iif Mil'itia und I ><■/,■ iic<-, Oihn)r\ I'has. 



l'l!()VIXi-K OK .MANnOllv, N.-W. TKHI!IT0I!1 Ks \S[. 



DISTHICI' (IK KKKWATIN. 



Mii-KiAin DisTiiicT Xo. 10. llil. Qrs. Winn 
Ailjt.-CnxL, l-t.-Cnl. C. F. llnn^lit'in ; lii.'t'. /'. 



MK- 



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Utinv. I,t, -Col. A. J. L. I'.vlil 



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Acr.iuiltinil, C. irn-licrt O'M 



K 



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Dircrf.ir i,f Stnir.< and Kcp'T nf Mil. I'l-i'iic-lim, Lt.-Cnl. 



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lirniii'li, Hfiiry ,(,inics, Esij 



l[EAI)-CH'AI!l'F,i;- STAI'T or llir, Altl.lTIA. 

Mdjor-dewni! Coiiimiindimithv Militia, HW Firilcii'' 



Mi'lilk'ton. K. C. M. O., C. 15. 



l'Kil\lN-CH 0|- llKiriSlI C. I.I MIIIA. 

Mii.iTAiiv Di.-^TiiHT Ni). 11, IM. Qis. ViiMori'i — Av.i 
Adjl.-dcnl., l.',.-Col. J. G. IIoliMcs (/If/;,,;,^ ; If! 
I'a/iiiir. and Siijd. '/ .^Vi.C'.v, 

I'itoviNfi: (IK rjuNti: kii«ahi> hi..\ni.. 

MiMTMxv I)i.-<TIU(T N(i. iL'. Hd. Qi's. ( .'liai'lul t.i iiwii ~ 
A/"/. Adjt. -(;,„!., lA.-Odl. P. \V. Wdi'slry {ll(ii:f,i, 



y.S.); liriftiidc Mi'jn); l.r.-Col. J. D. 



A idi'-ih ■Ciiinii. C.ipt. H 



Adjiitaatd, 



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Wi.s 



/'if 11,11 1\ "lid Snpt. ';/■ Sto 



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if'ij ri/ MililiK, L'llldlicl \V,-ilk 



Ma.jdi- R. A. rrM|.i 



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>r (il l^'dltifilMtinll, 



staff (Iflii;,- l„ l-:„,,!iii'cr Fi,r,r, Cil. C. S. Gzowski (//«/,/■ 

ormii /I. I>. C. Ill the Qndn), Turmito. 
l-:ii()iiirn- njiicir li' lid. (,'/x, Maj. IJ. I''. Pcv\,-y {nitan-a), 
Siti-ijinii-Cini'i-al, C''(l.l)ai'liy licrgin, M. I). (Cn/ ui'-i/if, "«/.) 



liiiVAi. Mii,rr\uv roii.Kiii-: ok cxnaha. 
(King.ston, Gut.) 
Cmiiiifntdanl. I'd. .loliii R. Oliver (II. A.): .''/•■•-*„ 
Ill Snrviiiiivt, Mdilnni '/''-/in/ivi/i/n/, ,lr., .M;ij. Ciii.-. j!. 

'" ' " ' ' .\k- 

III. /;..■! ); 



.Miiync (Oil III. /;./■;.); l'n,fi:.<-,„- of Miith>i:idl 



rlnniiisiijid Artillcni. .M.ij .r R. A. Ri-n ('' 
<tiiff-Adjl . Et.-Gol. S. 0. .\I( Gill; Vrofi^.-nir uf l-nitK 
linn, Mllifiirii /•,''i,(//;i('ccu),'/, (IV;. ,Ca]i(. .Stuart I)i\i'U 



(/./. /,•. /■.■.); ]' 



ior of Militin-ji llislu 



Aihi 



i);sri;T( T siack. 

ilAMN.K (iK cS r.\l;l'). 



iKilii.ii. ,[■(.'., Ma,)(ir Edwai'l Nasli (Copl. I;. .1 ): .",■ . 
fr.-i^.ir if MiithniMlii:< mid ArfiUiiy, l.l.C'il .'^. (.. 
l-'.nril(iii,.'li {Mn.h II. A.); In-tnu-liii- in I'm-l'iii-nl'iia, 



.\I^.l!AH^ iii-sriin r Nc 1, IM. (ir.-. I, 



AdjI.-ikn!., I.t.-Cil. \V. II. .1.1 



n 



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i.t.-C(il. ll"li. .MatUlcw Aylnici-; Disf. I 



:i , ISriiiodc Mo 



Siipl. of St. I 



'4. Mcut.-O.il. M. DcH. 1)1 



ai/mi: 



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and 



(/.'. /.'. A'.); ,l.^■.^^ Inslriicli. 



ri:i!!, (/•('., Capt. A II. \',iil Strauli 



Mallo 



A. (i. G. Wiirtclc 



iiii'ii:-<. cl...C;i|i|. 



.■l-s<isfaiit I it^trncJor in .'<iin 



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.I'l <.<iir of EniiliKli, (ind ili'nii'in, lU'V. Iv. I,. ■Juni.'.-;, H.h 
I'lufi'ssnrof li'iridiand Urandni.i, i[\, Fur.slinw Day, ,'.• 



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Udi.y. Ma,j. Wni. Ki 



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iifStori:'', Lt.-Cdl. C. du HellctViiille. 



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ACI'iVK .MILi'l'IA. 
I'lOR.M \xi;xr coRi'.s. 



< AVAl.ltV SfllOol. COUPS. 



Mli.iTAKV DisTitKT No (i, lid. Qi-.s. Moiitifal.— Aj), 

J(/;.'.-f,V/l/., I.t.-Col. A. C. D.' E. llarwdod ; nri'iniir I KdVal .Sdiodl dl' Cav.ilrv (Vi'c'icc )— Comi/WiK/- ,/, I.l.-Oil. 
Ma.j>r, Et.-CJdl. G. E. A II ' ■■• • • • ' ■ ■ ' 



Siijil. of!^!'! 



Mnii'Aiiv DisTiiUT N( 
Ad.il. -Unit., I.'.-C( 



n;:lic.s ; Dial. I'aiiinr. and 
Et.-Cdl. Chas. dc McUcftMiillc. 



IM. Qrs. {}ui]ii:i\ — nr,i}/. 

T. J. Duclicsii.iy ; hriiiadr Ma.inr, 

J. E. -M. TascliiMvau ; />/.</. I'ainnr. and Hajit. 



,I.-C 
of Sliirrn, Ildiiy. Lt.-Cdl. W. II. Fonvsi 

riUlVIN'CK OK Nl:W MKKNSWK K 



.laniL's F. 'rui'iilmll. 



ItKCIMICNT OK ( A.NAllI.iN ATfll I.I.KIIV. 

I.t.-Ciil. Ciiminandinri. -Do la Clnji'dis T. Irwin ('"/' 
"A" B.itlcry, Royal School of Arty. {Kiiifi-il'i 



Mlt.IIMlY DiSTHirl 



Ni 



H' 



S, IM. Uvs.' Fivd.-rictdii 



ini'ndunt, Et.-dil. \V. If. Cdttdii 
Wil.son. 



Majii 



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I'll- 



Ad.jt.-(ii>il. Et.-CdI. G. .1. Mil 



I'ai/iiir. nitd Snpl. of>tiin:.i, .Maj. .Vii'lrcw ,J. .\|-nistr( 
(.S7. Joliii). 



Dixl. 



•KoVI.NCK 01- XilVA SI.'OTIA. 



Mli.iTAHY DisTHicT Xd. !», IM. Qrs. ilalil'ax. -7)( 



.1,07, 



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sicy ; Jiiiijidi! Mii.j 



P!i. 



'U" Uatt.M-y, Royal Sdiddl df Arty. (Qarin-) --dun- 
niaiid.nit, Et.-Cdl. C. E. Montizimlx'rt ; .U','"/-. C. J. 
Siiort. 

'C" liatti'i-y {ViiUorio, B.C.) Commoi'dant, l.t -0 1 -1. 
G. Ildlnius. 



ROVAL ScilOllI.OK MorXTKI) INKAXTRV (W, 



inipii), 



Lt, -Cdl. .1. R. .\l,icSli 1110 ; /)(V. rai/inr. and Supi. iif \ miiiidnnt, Lt.-Ool. J. li. Taylor; Captnin. Miii. I 



Stores, lit Et -Cdl. .1. H. M 



array. 



UiU'lian. 



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[1888. ■ 1888.] 



DOMINION OF CANADA. MILITIA LIST. 



45 



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mandani, l.t.-C-l. -1. 



INFANTRY SCHOOL C0RP8. 

■A" Comimny, Royal School ot Infantry (Fredericton, 

S.II.)—Comm(i7uliint, Lt.-Col. O. J. Muunsell; Cnp- 

(oi», Mnj. W. D. Gordon. 
•li " Coinniiiiy, Hoyiil School of Infnntry (St. John's, 

ijm:).—Comm(imlnnt. Lt.-Col. G. d'O. (rOr.soiinens ; 

V.ilitnin, .Mnj. 15. H. Vidul. 

C" CoiiipiUiy, Royal School of Infantry, (Torniito, Out.). 

-Commandant, l.t.-Col. \V. D. Otter; Captain, 
'D" Company, Royal School of Infantry, (London, Ont.). 

—Commandant, Lt.-Col. Henry Smith. 



CAVALRY. 

C.cvalry School Corps— see Pkk.mankst Corrs (above). 

Tilt' Governor General's Rody Guard for Ontario (Tor- 
niitn). Major C<mimandin<j, Rt. Lt.-Col. Geo -go T. 
Diiiison. Captaina, Ut. Lt.'Col. K. C. Denison.C. .Sf.r;., 
mill Rt. Maj. Orlando Dunu. Adjutant, Capt. C. A. K. 
Uonison. 

1 ,,4- Regiment of Cavalry (//ri. Qrs., London, Ont.) Lt.' 

''''" Co?., John Cole. Major. 

To'iips: No. 1, St. Tlionias, Capt. Henry Borbridge ; 
,Vii. 2, London, Capt. ; 

Nil. S, Mooretown, Capt. and Bt. Maj. George Stew- 
art ; No. 4, Kingsville, Capt. PaniiKinter, 
Adjutant, Capt. Cavendish Nevile (tiarnia). 

•)>-i/l Regiment of Cavalry (//(/. Qrs., Oak liidqes, Ont.) 
-'^^^ I.t. -Colonel, J. J. Gregory ( ^'o;VA Hay, NijiUsing). 

.l/((jo)(,', James Elliott (Markham) and \Vm. Marshall 
Unrley). 
JVmu/w; No. 1, St. Catharines, Cajit. R. W. Gregory; 

No L', Oak Ridges, Capt. Jas. McConnell ; No. 3, Mark- 

liaiii, Capt. J. R. Button; No. 4, St. Ann's, Cajit. F. O. 

Burrh : No. 5, Burford, Capt. T. L. uoues; No. 6, 

(,iuienston, Capt. No. 8, Welland, Cajit. 

Will. Buchner. Paymaster, Mnj. R. Currie. Adjutant, 

i.':i|'t. J. R. Baldwin ijroro/t<o). 



The Queen's Own Canadian Hussars (Quebec). Major 
Commanding, Bt. Lt.-Col. J. B. Forsyth. 

Troops: "A. "Capt. and Bt. Lt.-Col F. \V Gray; "B," 
Capt. T. S. Hethrington. Paymaster, Maj. W. M. Mc- 
Donald. Adjutant, Cajit. W. D. Brown. 

INDKPKNDK.>{T TROOl'S. 

King's Troop of Cavalry (KentviUe, y. S.), Captain, J. 

W. Ryan. 
Prescott Troop of Cuviilry (Ont), Captain, Rt. Maj. John 

Raiiey. 
The Princess Louise Dragoon Guards ("^/aici). Captain, 

F. F. K. Goiirdcaii. 
Winnipeg Troop of Cavalry (Man.), CayHain, Cornelius 

Knight. 



0,.,] Provisional Regiment of Cavalry, "The 1 
"^''^ Wales' Canadian Dragoons" (//J. (?/'s. 



U\i 



Prince of 
Col/iiunj, 
lint.) Major Cummanding . Bt. Lt.-Col. D'A. K. Boulton. 
r/v-ift.- " A," Cobourg.Caiit. W. W. Brown; " B," Mill- 
bn.ok, Capt. H. B. Weller; "C," Peterborough, Capt. 
and Bt. Lt.-Col. H. C. Rogers. Paymaster, J. G. Ha- 
german. Adjutant, Lt. John S. Hetlierington(Cui'(in). 

Regiment of Cavalry (lid. Qrs., Kingston, Ont.) 
Lt. -Colonel. John Dulf. 
Troops: No. 1, Kingston, Cajit, and Bt. Maj. Archd. 
Knight; No. 2, Najianee, Capt. D. E. Gritllth ; No. 8, 
l.uughborougli, Capt. W. B. Burnett ; No. 4, Picton, 
I'.ipt. E. A. E. Halliwell. PaymaKter, Hony. Capt. 
M. W. Strange. Adjutant, Capt. H. S. Greenwood. 

^tl. Regiment of Cavalry (//(/. Qrs., Cookshire, Que.) 
'^'-'^ Lt.-Colonel, J. 11. Taylor. il/i(;o>-, C. W. Sheiiard 

[Sutton). 
Trovps : No. 1, Cookshire, Capt. J. F. Learned; No. 2, 

Slierbrookc, Capt. J. F. Morkill ; No. ;i, Stanstead, 

Capt. J. W. Rloulton ; No. 4, Coiiipton, Capt. A. L. 

Pniiiroy ; No. 5, Sutton, Cajit. Paymaster, 

I.t. O. A. Taylor. Adjutant, 

♦itll l^'-'K'"'<"it "f Cavalry (//((. Qrs., Montreal, Que.) 

-'^'^ Lt.-Colonel, James B:ar (lluntinridon). 

Tri.'pi: No. 1, Montreal, Cajit. Colin McArthui'; No. 2, 

St. .\ndrews, Capt. Martin Wanless; No. 3, llavelock, 

rapt. John G. Barr ; No. 4, Clarcnceville, Cajit. H. C. 

tii.sh. Paymaster, C. C. Chiphaiii. Adjutant, 

Ot-K " Princess Louise's New Brunswick" Reginient of 
-^1' Cavalry (//(/. Qrs., Rothe.^ay, N. /?.) Lt. -Colonel, 
.luiii;s Diiiuville (St. .John). Majors, Alfred Markham 
LMarkhitmcille) and R. W. Otty (Apohaiiui). 
Tf':',ps: "A," Hampton, Capt. ; " B," 

tissekeag, Caiit. Win. Langstroth ; "C," Ajiohaiiui, 
I lilt. H. M. Campbell; " D," Hammond, Capt. D. J. 
1 'Uler; "E," Johiistoti, Cajit. T. E. A. Pearson; 
" K," Sliediac, Cupt. G. b. Maun ivul ; "G," Siiringlleid, 
Capt. Paymaster, J. J. Wood- 

ward. Adjutant, Cnyit. F. V. Vf cMuThnrn (Hampton). 



FIELD ARTILLERY. 
1st Brigade of F. A. (Cuelph, Ont.), Lt.-Colonil, A. II. 

Macdoiiald. 
Field Batteries: No. 1, Maj. Wni. Nicoll ; No. •_', Maj. G. 

B. Hood. Adjutant, Cn\ti. Walter Clarke. 

FiKi.n ii.\Tr,'-:RiKs. 

Durham F. B. of Artilleiv {Port Hope, Ont.), Major, 

William McLean. 
GananiMiue F. B. of Artillery (Ont), Major, Bt. Lt.-Col. 

William McKelizie. 
Hamilton F: R. of Artillery {Ont.), Major, H. P. Van 

Wagner (Stoni/ Creek). 
Kingston F. B. of Artillery (Ont.) Major, Wm. M. 

Dreiinan. 
London F. B. of Artillery (Ont.), M.ijor, lit. Lt.-Col. 

John Peters. 
Montreal F. B. of Artillery (Que), Major, Bt. Lt.-Col. A. 

A. Stevenson. 
Newcastle F. B. of Artillery (-V. B), Major, Bt. Lt.-Col. 

Robert R. Call. 
Ottawa F. B. of Artillery (rt;t/.), .Vajnr, John Stewart. 
Quebec F. H. of Artillery, .Major, C. W. A. Liiid.say. 
Richmond F. B. of Artillery (Que.), Major, lion, lleury 

Aylnier (M hournel. 
Shetlord F. ' . of Artillery (dranhy. Que.), Major, Bt. 

Lt.-t^ol. Theoiihile Amvranld. 
Sydney F. B. of Artillery (N. S.), Major, W. McK. 

MiLeod. 
Toronto F. B. of Artillery ((int.), Major, Bt. Lt.-Col. 

John Gray. 
Welland Canal F. B. of Artillery (Ont.), Major, Frank 

King (Port Colborne). Captain, Wm. Wiley (St. 

Calliarine.i). 
Winnipeg F. B. of Artillery (Man. J, Major, L, W. P. 

Coutlee. 
Woodstock F. B. of Artillery (N. P.), Major, F. H. J. 

Dibblee. 



GARRISON ARTILLERY. 

Regiment of Canadian Artillery— .sec Pkh.manknt Coups 

{dbore). 

1st "Halifax" Brigade of ' O. A. (N. S.) Lt.-Colonel, 

A. E. Ciiiren. Majors, 
Seren Batterie.i, Hiililax: Captains, J. E. Ciirren, W. A. 

Garri.sou, Bt.-MaJ. W. A. Puivell, John D. Story, W. 

L. Kane, Alex. Anderson and H. A. Roggs Paymaster, 

llon'y Maj. C. Aylwin Creighton. Adjutant, 

British Columbia Brigade of Garrison Artillny (lid. ({rs., 
Victoria, P. C). Lt.-Colonel, Richaitl Wolfiiiden. 
Major, E. G. Prior. 

Batteries: No. 1, New Westminster, Cajit W. .N. Bole 
No. 2, Viclmia, Cajit. A. VV. Joiies ; "lO. 3, Victoria, 
Caid. John Ni. holies; No. 4, Victoria, Capt. \V. B. 
SriialKielii. Paymaster, Walter Shears. Adjutnit, 
Captain N. P. Snowdeii. 

Montreal Rrigado of G. A. (Que.) Lt.-Colonel, W. R. 

Oswald ; Majors, T. T. Turnbiill and W. H. Laurie. 
Si.K Batteries, Montreal: Captains, F. M. Cole, C. 11. 

Levin, David Stevenson, Ernest Howard, Campbell 

Lane and W. H. Lnlhani. Paymaster, 

Adjutant, Maj. Thomas Atkinson. 



New Brunswick Brigade of G. A. (lid. Qrs., St. -John, N. 
B.) Lt. -Colonel, John R. Armstrong; Major, 



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[18S8 



Batteries: No. 1, St. John, Capt. G. B. Seely ; No. 2, 
Carleton, Cai>t. J. J. Goidun ; No. 3, Portland, Capt. 
S. D. Crawford ; No. 4, St. Jolm. Capt. G. W. Jones ; 
No. 5, Fairvillu, Capt. E. J. Scaniniell. I'aymniiter, 
Geo. F. Smith. Adjutant, Capt. Clias. F. Langan. 

Prince Edward Island Provisional Brigade of G. A. (lid. 

Qrs., Charlottetnwn, I'. K. I.) 
Major Commanding, F. S. Moore. 
Batteries: No. 1. Charlottetown, Cai)t. Geo. Passmore ; 

No. 2, Charlottetown, Capt. J. A. Loiigworth ; No. 3, 

Georgetown, Capt. Clias. Oweu ; No. 4, Soiiris, Capt. 

John Leslie ; No. 5, Montague, Cai)t. 

J'aymaxter, '2nd Lt. Edwani Palmer. 

Adjutant, Capt. W. A. O. Morson. 

OAURISON HATTKRIES. 

Cobourg Battery of O. A.,(Ont.) Captain, 3. II. Dumble. 
Digby Battery of G. A., (A'.S.) Cajitnin. John Daley. 
Gasp'e Battery of G. A., (Que.) Ciij/tain, Bt.-Ma.j. John 

Slous. 
No. 1 Battery, Levis G. A., (Qxie.) Capt'iin, J. A. S. 

Martineau. 
No. 2 Battery, Levis G. A., (Que.) Captain, Georges S. 

Vien. 
Lunenburg Battery of G. A., (A'..S'.) Coptoui, James H. 

Brown. 
Mahone Bay Battery of G. A., (A'.S.) Captain, Edward 

James. 
Pietou Battery of G. A., (iV.S.) Captain, Jos. A. Gordon. 
No. 1 Batterv, Quebec G. A., Captain, Hermenegilde 

Koy. 
No. 2 Battery, Quebec G. A., Captain, T. L. Boulanger. 
No. 3 Batterv, Quebec G. A., Captain, H. D. Morgan. 
St. John's Battery of G. A., (Qne.) Captain, Bt.-Maj. 

William Drumm. 
Toronto Battery of G. A., Captain, W. B. McMurrich. 
Yarmouth Battery of G. A., {N.S.) Captain, T. R. Jolly. 



MOUNTAIN ARTILLERY. 

Sault Ste. Alarie Half Battery, (Ont.) Capiam, Bt. 
Josejili Wilsoii. 

ENGINEEKS. 
Brighton Company of Engineers, (iV./J.) Captain, 

Maj Y>. McLeod Viiiee, (Lower Jlriijliton). 
Cliariottetown Engineer Comi)any, (P. E. I.) Captain, 

W. A. Weeks. 
Montreal Company of Engineers, (Que.) Captain, Bt. 

Lt.-Col. William Kennedy. 



Maj. 



Bt. 



INFANTRY AND RIFLES. 

Infantry School Corps— sec Perma.ne.nt Corps (above). 

The Governor-Oenornl's Foot Guards, (Ottawa.) Lt.- 
Colonel, J. Pennington Maepherson. Majors, John 
Tilton and II. S. Weutherley. 

Six Comjifinies, Ottawa : Captains, Bt.-Ma.j. A. H.Todd, 
Tclniont Aumond, Fred. Toller, Fred. White, Edward 
Waldo and G. II. Bate. Vaymaster, Hony. Capt. C. 
Berkeley PoweU. Adjutiint, Capt. W. E. Hodgins. 



1st 



Battalion, " Prince of Wales' Regiment," (Mon- 
treal). I.t. -Colonel, Frank Bond. Majors, T. P. 
Butler antl Stewart Campbell. 
Sir Companien, Montreal: Captain.'^, C. de B. Leprohon, 
G. F. Cooke, A. S. Heiishaw, C. H. Goilfrey, Frank 
Scott ai.d C. D. Hanson. I'ajimastcr, Hony. Maj. 
Alexander Milloy- Adjutant, Cajit. G. R. Lightliall. 

9„--l Battalion, "Queen's Own Rilles of Canada," {To- 
— "'-'• ronto). Lt.-Colone!, D. H. Allan. Majors, 11. 

R. B. Haniilton and J. M. Delamere. 
Ten. Companies, Toronto : Captains, Tho.si. Brown, 
Villiers Sani;ey, H. M. Pellatt, J. A. Murray, J. C. 
McGee, W. O. Mutton,!'. D. Hughes, J. B. Tliomiison, 
C. C. Bennett and P. L. Mason. Pai/inaster, Ihigh 
Blain. Adjutant, Capt. W. C. Macdonald. 

0,,,1 Battalion, " Victoria Ritles of Canaiia.," (Montreal). 
"•l^ l.t.-Co!onel, F. C. Henshaw. Majors, C. W. 

Radiger and J. P. Edwai-ds. 
Six Covipanie.i, Montreal: Captains, T. P. Bacon, M. S. 

Blaiklock, G. R. Stark, II. W. Becket, A. II. Sims, 

and Edwin B. Busteed. Paynuistcr. Louis Sutherland. 

Adjutant, Lt. Duncan Maepherson. 



K|.U Battalion, "Royal Scots of Canada," (Mnntrml} 
♦^'** Lt.-Colonel, Frank C.iverhill. Maior^i .] nl 
McCorkill and H. H. Lyman. ■> ■ ■ ^A 

Six Cmnpanien, Montreal : Ciptains, John Himd c nj 
Newton, J. A. L. Stratliy, E. B. Ibbot.Hon,C k'g'hiIH 
and Bt.-Maj. W. M. Blaiklock. Payinajter Wiliiain 
Foulis. Adjutant, Captain F. L. Lydon, 

fitll Battalion, " Fusiliers," (Montreal). I.t.-Cnlr„uil 
^^" Frederic Massey. Majors, G. A. Mowuv and 

John Gray. 
Si.T Ci oanies, Montreal : Captains, A. W. Petersen J| 
H. hi.., id, George Denison, 11. S. Viitue V \\ 
Engelke ajid H. J. Ross. I'aymantcr, llonv. ['■^.{i 
David Seath. Adjutant, Captain R. G. Pettignw 



^ft, Battalion. ' 
• I'" M. De R. 



' (London). /.(.-Co/dii./, W. 
Majors, A. M. Sniitii audi 



' Fusiliers,' 
Williams. 
W. M. Gartshore. 
Companies, London: No. 1, Capt. Thomas Beattic • X.) I 
2, Caiit. F. H. Butler; No. 3, Capt. J. W. Little' Nn' 
4, Capt. T. H. Tracy ; No. 5, Capt. C. F. Cn.\ ; N„ ,; • 
Capt. S. F. PetiTs ; No. 7, Capt. Edward M. K,i./i(. 
Paymaster, Hony. Maj. Duncan Macmillan. .-I'ivit^n.t 
Lt. R. J. Byrne. 

Qfl, Battalion, "Royal mthx," (Quebee). Lt.-Clnnd, 

Ol'" Henry J. Miller. Major, 

Sit Companiis, Quebec : Captains, G. E. A. Johcs. J. S. | 
Dunbar, J. E. Prower, Charles Miller, Edwani .Munti- 
zambert and J. F. Burstall. Pai/muster, Aitliiu W. I 
CoUey. Adjutant, Capt. E. P. Wiirtele. 



9th 



Battalion RiHes, " Voltigeurs de Quebee." U. 
Coi(/?if/, Guillaunu! Aniyot. Majors, Bt. Lt.-Cwls I 
T. A. II. Roy and Arthur Evanturel. 
Contpanles, Quebec: No. 1, Capt. and Bt.-Maj. I.. K. 
Frenetic ; No. 2, Capt. and Bt.-Maj. Mathias Cli'oiiihanl- I 
No. 3, Capt. C. F. O. Fiset ; No. 4, Capt. Elzear (iar- 
neau ; No. 5, Capt Frank Peiinec ; No. 0,t'apt. Alfred 
Pages ; No. 7, Capt. L. F. Pinault ; No. 8, Cajt. N". 
Z. LeVasseur. Paymaster, Hony. Maj. George Dti;;al. 
Adjutant, , 



lOth 



Battalion " Royal Grenadiers," (Tormit'i). /,/.- 
Colonel, Henry J. Grasett. Majui.<, (i. D. 
Dawson and A. B. Harrison. 
Eight Companies : Captains, F. A. Castor., Jolin \k\\<v, 
James Ma.son, R. G. Trotter, C. Grcville Harstnii, J. 
I. David.son, D. M. Howard and G. P. Eliot. I'"t,ui,i.< 
ter, Nicol Kingsmill. Adjutant, Cupt. F. F. P. .Mauley. 

1 1 f It Battalion of Infantry, "Argenteuil liaii^'eis," 
XJ.l/11 (Hd. Qrs. St. A7idrews, Qtie.) Lt.-Coh.mt.i. 

B. Gushing, (Cushing, Que.) Major, William Hoy, 

[Carillon). 
Covtpanies: No. 1, St. Andrews, Cajit. Thos. Weight- 

man; No. 2, We.st Gore, Caiit. William Godil ; .N". 3, 

Morin Flats, Capt. Isaac Jekyll ; No. 4, Laclmte, tajit. 

G. D. Walker; No. 5, East Gore, Capt. Jdlm linprs; 

No. 0, Mille Isles, Capt. John Pollock ; No. 7, Caiilliii, 

Capt. E. A. Hodgson; No. 8, Chatham, Caj.t (I. 13. 

Martin. Paymaster, Hony. Maj. Thomas L.iiiili. 

Adjutant, , 

-194.]-, Battalion of Infantry, "York Ran-eis," (//■'. 

Iwtll Qrti. Aurora, Ont.) A^.-Co/ohc/, James Way- 
ling, {:fharon).. Major, T. H. Lloyd, (Newmarki^i). 

Companies: No. 1, Riverside, Capt, W. M. C'lif''': 
No. 2, Aurora, Cajit. J. F. Smith ; No. 3, Sc.itmi Vil- 
lage, Capt. G. M. Furnival ; No. 4, Newmarket, Capt, 
O. J. A.shworth ; No. 5, Sutcon, Capt. W. 1, Cmstli- 
waite ; No. t), Parkdale, Capt. Wm. McSpadden; No, 
7, Sharon, Capt. J. C. McCarly ; No. S, Yiirkville, 
Cajit. J. T. Symons. Paymaster, J. R. Steveiisuii. 
Adjutant, Capt. John T. Thompson, (Parkduh). 



13th 



Battalion of Infantry, (Haniilton, Onl.) !■'■ 
Cohmfl, John M. Gibson. Major,-!, A. II. 
Moore and Henry McLaren. 
Eight Companie.H, Hamilton: Captains, Bt.-Maj, P. B. 
Barnard, James Adam, John Stoneman, W. G. Uei'l, 
E. G. Zealand, Geo. McL. Brown, E. E. W. Moore ami 
J. C. Gillespie, /"o i/mas^cr, Hony. Maj. Charle.s Arm- 
strong. Adjutant, Capt. J. J. Stuart. 



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)f Canada," (M^inimi) 



il>t. C. F. Cdx ; N„ 
t. Edward MiK.M.zic.' 
Maciiiillaii. Adpit.u.t 



(Quebec). U.-Chn,!, 



lamiUon, ihil.) it- 
Ml. Major/, A. H. 



1 alU Dattnlion, " The Princess of Wales' Own Uiflcs," 
ItLU {KingiiUm,Ont.) Lt.-Culond, Henry 9.. Hm\i\\ 

(/ic;i,i;. A.D.C. to the Gm'enior-den'l.) Mnjor, Joseph 

Vi Power. 
Six Ciimpunies, Kingston : Captains, James Murray, 

jiin , L. W, Sliannon, J. S. Sliinner, W. G. Hincis, Alex. 

G. Farrell and . I'nymaster, 

Adjutant, Capt. James Galloway, jun. 

1 -f 1, Battalion, "ArK'yle Light \niAn%Ty," (lieUeviUe, 
•I'-'m Ont.) U. Colonel , S. S. Lazier. Majorx, Ut. 

Lt.Col. L. H. Henderson, Ma.j. T. C. Lazier. 
,5i» Companies, IJelleville : Capidinn, John Ilender.son, 
W. N, Ponton, R. E. Lazier, J. E. Halliwell, 
/'(ij/m««/cr, Capt. J. L. Uiggar. Adjutant, 

Iftfli " Prinee Edward" Battalion of Infantry {Ud 
lULIl Q^< _ Picton. Ont.) I.t. -Colonel, Thomas Bog. 
iU'j'irs, J. U. Cunningli.im fAtnetiusbury) and W. If. 
Orchard. 
Com]i<inies: No. 1, Picton, Capt. F. J. Horrigan. 
Nil. 4, Milford, Oajit. K. G, O.strander ; No. 'i, Conseeon, 
Ciijit. Alex. McDonnell; No. 0, Picton, Cajit. Angus 
I,i(,'hthall ; No. 7, Mountain View, Capt. J. R. Anderson; 
Nil. S, Rednersville, Cajit. James Beuscm. I'ai/mK.iter, 
Hon'y Ma,j. W. T. Boss. Ad/tilarU, Capt.' M. D. 
Strachan (Kinijston). 



'f 1, " Levis' 
^»^ Que.) 



d- 
son 



91 y4- Battalion, " Essex Fusiliers," (Hd. Qz-.v., Wiw 
"■^'^^ sor, OiiM I.t.-Colonel, John U. Wilkiu.s( 

U-inminiiton). Mojnr, James C. Guillot. 
CompKnies: No. 1, Windsor, Cajit. George Cheyne ; No. 
2, Leamington. Capt. Wni. Ley ; No 3, P^s.sex Centre, 
Capt. A. E. Jones ; No. 4, Amhertsburg, Capt. James 
TiMipleton ; No. 5, Windsor, Cajit. W. W. Dewson. 
P'tymaster, F. X. Meloche. Adjutant, Capt. C. C. Fox. 



OO.-irl Battalion "Oxford Rilles," {Hd. Qrs., Wood- 

oxIRl stock, Ont.) Lt.-Colonel, James Munro(/','w?)co). 

Majors, R. Y. Ellis {Ingersoll) and Wm. Loveys ( A'm6ro). 



Componiea: No. 1, Woodstock, Capt. F. W. Macqueen ; 
No. 2, Embro, Capt. D. R. Ross ; No. 3, Princeton, 
Capt. O. F. Williamson ; No. 4, Ingersoll, Capt. J. C. 
Heglcr ; No. 5, Norwich, CiiJit. George Bleakley ; 
No. t), Strathallan, Capt. A. S. Hall; No. 7, Tilsoi.- 
hurg, Capt. Thomas Stoddarl ; No. s, Thamestord, 
Cajit. Matthew Day. J'ayma.'tir, Hon'y Maj. A. R. 
McCleneghan. -'ld;'i!(an<, Capt. W. M. Davis. 



^ , ,, Battalion of Infantry {lid. Qi;s., Afi'i.f. 

' l^'* Que.) U. -Colonel, L. G. De.'^.iardins. Mojor.-i- 
.\iiguste Fournier [St. lliq)liael/ and A. E. Demers- 
Companies: No. 1, Point Levi, Cajit. R. G. Boiirget; No- 
2, Levis, Capt. Alfred Lefrancois ; No. 3, Levis, Ca|it. 
Pliilras Begin ; No. 4, New Liverpool, Ca])t. I. E. 
Demers; No. 5, St. Henri, Cajit. J. A. Guenet ; No. 
0, St. Lambert, Caiit. Alexis Gagne ; No. 7, .St. Raphael, 
Cajit. Joseph Boldtic ; No. 8, Ste. Claire, Capt. Francois 
ilorin. Vaiiiimster, Hony. Capt. C. G. Beaulien. 
Adjutant, Capt. Philijipe Bourassa. 

1Q4-1-, "Prescott" Battalion of Infantry (//(/. Qrs., 
lOLJi L'orignal,Ont.) /-f.-Co/ojic?, John Butterlield. 
ilajur, 
Compiinics: No. 1, Hawkesl)iiry Village, Ca)it T. T. 
Hifiginson; No. 2, Vankleek Hill, Cajit. J. F. L. Rou- 
tliier ; No. 3, L'Orignal, Cajit. b. A. Huntington ; No. 
4, St. Eugene, Cajit. Feli.\ Routiner; No. b, Plaii- 
ta^rciiet, Cajit. C. E. Johnson ; No. (i, Uawkesbuiy 
.Mills, Capt. T. H. Wyman. Ptiyvmstcr, Alfred Evau- 
tiinl. Adjutant, 

IQfll " I'i'x^oli" " Battalion of Infantry (//((. Qrs., St. 

lOlll Catharines, Ont. J lA.-Colonel, G. C. Carlisle. 
ildjor. 

Companies ■• No. 1, Niagara, Capt. J. V. Dorrity ; No. 2, 
bt. Catharines, Cape. W. H. Day ; No. 3. St. Cathar- 
ines, Caj)t. C. J. Moors ; No. 4, Beam.sville, Cajit. W. 
A. Vosburgh ; No. 5, St. Catharines, (^apl. Win. Gar- 
siTi ; No. 6, Virgil, Capt. James Hisc(jtt. Paj/nuistcr, 
Maj. George Walker. Adjutant, Lt. George Thair.s. 

OAf-l, "Halton" Battalion, "Lome RiMes,'V//(/. Qrs., 
-Utll jj/,7fo„j^O/ir;/.«.-Co;o«p^ William Allan (/I c<(m). 
ilnjnrs, Wm. Kerns fNclsonJ and W. P. Aiijielbe 
fStiwarttown). 
Companies: No. 1, Oakville. Capt. T. W. Fox; No. 2, 
Stcwarttown, Cajit. W. P. Moore; No. 3, George- 
town, Capt. G. S. Goodwillie ; No. 4, Campbellville, 
Capt. A. C.Jones ; No. t>, Burlington, Capt John lir-ec- 
kiiii ; No. 0, .Acton, Capt. David L. Si'hultz ; No. 7, .Mil- 
t"ii, Cajit. Wm. Panton. I'ainnaster, J. R. Barber. 
Adjutant, Maj. John Kaitting (Milton). 



Ste. 

'!eaitre). 



2'li'rl " Beauce" Battalion of Infantry {Ud. Qrs. 
•" "-l Marie). I.t.-Colonel, J. George Bigmdl (llc: 
Major, 

Companies: No. 1, St. Vital de Lambton, Ca)>t. Eil- 
niond Fortier ; No, 2, Aylmer, Caiitain and Bt.-.Major 
Damase Paradis ; No. 3, St. Vital de Lambton, Capt. 
and Bt.-Maj. Louis Paradis ; No. 4, Ste. Marie, Capt. 
and Bt.-Maj. Thos. Jalbert. raijmaster, Hon'y Ma). 
C. G. Labrec(iue. Adjutant, 

94.tll " Kent " Battalion of Infantry niil. Qr.^., Chai- 
^"±111 /,„,„_ Quij I.t.-Colonel, Mattliew Martin //•.■('.<? 
Tilbury). Majors, C D. Rowe (I'airneld) and D. S. 
Denhaidt {Tnpperrille) 
Companiei : No. 1, Chatham, Capt. 11. A. Patterson; 
N). 2, Chatham, Capt. G. K. Atkinson ; No. 3, Ridge- 
town, Cajit. ; No. 4, Chatham, Capt. 
T. R. Coogan , No. 5, Bothwell, Capt. 

; No. t), D.csden, Cant. A. W. Young. Paipnasier, 
Hon'y Maj. H. O. Reed. Adjutant, Lt. J. B. Rankin. 

9Xf-l, "Elgin" Battalion of Infantry (//(/. Qrs, Si. 

-.Jtll Thomas, Ont.) I.t. -Colonel, C. A. O'Malh.y 
(yi'ardsrille). Majors, William Faulds (Aylmer) aiiit 
W. H. Lindsay (St. Thomas). 

Comjtanies : No. 1, St. Thomas, Cajit. A. W. Graham; 
No. 2, Vienna, Cajit. No. 3, Aylmer, 

Capt. H. H. Wright ; No. 4, St. Thomas, Capt. Janus 
Bradley ; No. ti, St. Thomas, Capt. G. E. Burns. I'ai/- 

master, Capt. W. H. Moore. Adjutant, 



26tb ",;• 



Capt. 



Middlesex" Battalion of Light Infantry (//(/. 
}rs., London, Out.) Lt.-Calomi, John English 
{Strathroji). Major, John Irwin {Strati) rnij). 
Companies: No. 1, Delaware, C.ipt. II. C. Garnett ; No. 2, 
James Buchanan ; No. 3, Gleneoe, 
; No. 4, Dreaney's Corners. Cajit. 
No. 5, Liican, Cajd. J. S. Thoiri ; 
, Capt. W. J. McRoberts ; No. 7, 
.P. H. Matthews; No. 8, Ilderton. 
Cajit. T. E. Robson. J^ayiaa-^ler, Hon'y Capt. .Liliii 
Stevenson. Adjutant, Capt. J. F. Clioate i UorcheUcr 
Station). 



Strath/oy, 

Cajit. 

Henry Dreanev ; 

No. (i. Park I'lil 

Strathroy, Cajit. 



.774-]. "Lambton" Battalion of liifaiitrv, "St. Clair 

- • l-''' Borderers"(//i;. Qr.<., Sarnla. (hit.) I.t.-ColoH'l, 
C. E. H. Fisher fI.ondon>. Majors, John Savage 
(Petrolia), and J. H. Brattle (Wallaceliurr)). 

Companies: No. 1, Petrolia, Capt. .\I. J. Woodward; 
No. 2, Forest, Cajit. J. C. PoUoi'k ; No, :!, Wldder, 
Capt. Will. Gattis; No. 4, Warwick. Capt. F. Keii- 
\\ard; No. 5, Point Edw.ard, Capt. J. F. (J'Neil ; No. 
ti, Watford, Capt. Robert Carndl ; No. 7, Sarnla, Capt. 
C. S. Ellis. I'aijmaster, Hon'y Maj. S. A. Macvicar. 
Adjutant, 

•>8fli "PiTth" Battalion nf liifuitrv C//(^ Qrs..Strat. 

— HLU fiiril^ Ont.) I.t. Colonel, K S. McKiiight. Majors, 
II. A. L. White (.S'f. Marii's) and .1. R. Hamilton. 

Companies : No. 1, Stratford, Cajit. J. L. Hotson ; No. 2, 
Stratford, Capt. G. T. Cooke ; No. 3, St. Mary's, Capt. 
W. C. Moscrlii ; No. 4, St. Mary's. Ca].t. J is. Hamilton ; 
No. 5, Listowel, Capt. II. H. Morpliy; N'l. 0, Stratford, 
Cajit. I'tDjmast'r, William Lawieiiri'. 

Adjutant, Capt. Morris J. Beam. 

9Q<-]l "Waterloo" Battalion of Infantry (//'/. Qr.<.. 

ZiiJlXl Berlin, Ont.) I.t.-Colonel, George Hcspeler 
(Colt). Major, E. J. Beaumont (Halt). 

Companies: No. 1, Eliiiira, Caid W. S. Henderson, 
No. 2, Gait, Capt. J. L. Cowan; No. 3, New Hamburg, 
Captain Jonathan Cook ; No. 4, Gait, Cajit. James 
P. Martin ; No. 5, Hcspeler, Capt. ; 

No. 0, Berlin, Capt. J. E. Stanton. Paymaster, Hon'y 
Capt. Adam Cranston. Adjutant, 



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4S 



DOMINION OF CANADA MILITIA LIST. 



[1888. 



li 



QAfl-j "Wellington" Battalion of Riflen {fid. Qrs., 
OULIl (!uelph,(int) /.(.-Co/., CharlosClarko. Majiirx, 

W. W. White (Arthur) iind Joliii Mutrie (Omtir). 
Companies; No. 1, Ilani.stoii, (.'jiiit. \V. W. M.ison ; No. 
2. Gui'lpli. Caiit. (}. 1). Porter; No. :i. FerKUs, Capt. 
,Iolin Ik'attiu ; No. 4, Kloni, Capt. I). M. Allan ; No. 5, 
Mount Korost, Cajit. Wni. KinKstoii; No. (i, Krainosa, 
Capt. Arcli. Joliiison ; No. 7, Kriu, Capt. Win. .Mc- 
Dowell ; No. s. I'.ilnier.stdii, (-'apt. Win. Jaiiiieson; 
No. II, Moorelield, Capt. .)i-lin Uootli ; No. 10, Artliur, 
Cajit. J\iymaster, Hon'y Miy. EUniund 

Harvey. Adjutant, 

oi rjf "ftrey" Battalion of Infantry (//'/. f.'/'.s., Owen 
Oi-is\j Sound, (hit.) J.t.-Cnlnnd, Geort,'e lirodie (Men- 
ford). Majors, lit. I.t.-Col. .J. P. Tell'onl {l.eitk), Maj 
Jo.sejili Uorlie {CUtrl.shiirfi). 
Coinjnuiirn: No. 1, Owen Sdiinii, Capt. A. .J. Spencer; 
No. 2, Meafoiil, Capt. U. H. Clelanil ; No. .(, I.i'ith, 
Capt. ; No. 4, Duiliaiii, Cajit. 

; No. 5, Cliatswortli, Capt, .John 
.MfiDnnalil ; No. <'>, Fie.slierton, Capt. A. G. Caiiipliell ; 
No. 7, Clarl;.sliurt;, Cajit. Kdwani llorlvc. I'aiirn.(istcr, 
W. E. Lecli. Adjuta lit, Ci\\it. J. H. MclA'au{DurhamJ. 






Battalion of Infantry (Ifd. Qrs., 
lUcrrUiii, Out.) I.l.-Colond, J W. S. lii^^gar 

(SoHlha)iipton). Major, I!. !!. B(iy.l, {Pi,rt EUjiii). 

Companifs: No. 1, Port EIkIii, Cajit. J. W. Staltord ; 
No. '2, Kincardine, Capt. W. C. I.o.sconibe ; No. 3, 
Luclviiow, Cajit. \i. <!. .(eti'eris ; No. 4, Pai.sley, Cajit. 
W. C. Valentine ; No. ,'i, Wallverton, Capt. W. C. 
Moll'at ; No. 0, Arraii, Cajit. Jolin Uoiit;las.s ; No. 7, 
Mildinay, Cajit. Jolin Heiider.son ; No. n, Teeswater, 
Cajit. Arcli. Gillies. I'niima.ster, A. B. Klein. Adju- 
tant, Lt. J. H. SvtiiX {Kincardine). 

QO,,,] "Huron" Battalion of Infantry {Ifd. Qr,i, 
OOICI aodcrich, Ont.; J.t.-Coluiid, T.' T. Coleman 

{•^caforth). Majors, 
Companirs: No. 1, Goderich, Ca])t. ,J. U. Miller; No. 2, 
Wingliaui, Capt. Win. Kllicitt; No. :i, .Seafcirth, Capt. 
.1. G. Wilson ; No. 4, Clinton, Ciqit. I». A. Forrester; 
No. 5, Ainleyville, Cajit. Jolin I.eckie ; No. 0, ExetiT, 
Ca)it. Glynn Elliott ; No. 7. Porter's Hill, (;apt. John 
McDonald; No. H, Gorrie, Cajit. John Kaines ; No. y, 
Dungannon, ("ajit. Jos. Mallougli. I'a!iiiia,sti'r, Hon'y 
Maj. Francis Jordan. Adjutant, Maj. Henry Cooke. 

O/lfl-, "Ontario" Battalion of Infantry {Ifd. (?/•,<., 
O'illl Wkithy, lint.) l.t.-Coloiiel, .Michael (rD.iiiovan. 

Majors, N. F. Paterson fPort Perry), J. E. Farewell. 
Companies: No. 1, Whitby, Cajit. J. J. O'Donovan ; No. 
2, Greenwood, Caj it. Williur Henderson ;No. ;i, Oshawa, 
Oajit. T. E. Cloverdon ; No. 4, Beaverton, Capt. C. A. 
Paterson ; No. 5, Uxliridge, Capt. J. A. McGillivray ; 
No. 0, Brooklin, Capt. W. II. Browne ; No. 7, Canning- 
ton, (vapt. J. U. Vicars. Pai/master, Frank .Madill. 
Adjutant, Capt. James Ilutledge. 

3C4-], Battalion of Infantry, "Siiucoe I''oresters,"(//(Z. 
OlLl (^,.,,., iiai-ri,.^ Ont.) fJ.-Colonel, W. E. O'Brien 
{Shantii llaii]. Majors, \Y. J. Graliam {Barrie) and 
Peter Burnet (Ori7//.0- 
Companies: No. 1, Barrie, Capt. H. E. McKee ; No 2, 
Collingwood, Capt. U. G. Campbell ; No 3, .larrc'tt's 
Corners, Capt. John Gray ; No. 4, Vesjira, Cajit. Allison 
Leadly ; No. 5, Barrie, Capt. John Powell ; No. 0, 
Hiintsville. Cajit. Christopher Peacoi'k ; No. 7, Orillia, 
Cajit. T. H. Drinkwater ; No. 8, Peiietanguisheiie, 
Capt. John Landrigan. I'aymnstcr, Hon'y Maj. Joseph 
Rogers. Adjutant, Bt.-Maj. James Ward. 

Oft*-]-, " Peel " Battalion of InfantryC/W. Qrs., n,amp- 
oyJlll Ion, Ont.) Lt. -Colonel, Richard Tyrwhilt (/?,■«,/- 

ford). Majors, Edvard Leslie fOramjcvUkJ and P. 

iMcG. Barker (Orangeville). 
Companies: No. 1, Brainiiton, Cajit. A. G. Murray; No. 2, 

Orangeville, Caiit.Jiihn.M (lie; No. :i, Cookstown, Capt.' 

Christopher Cooke; No. 4, Albion, Capt. James Wolfe ; 

No. ,'), Bond Head, Capt. Robert Scott; No, (i, Allistoii, 

Capt. Duncan McLaren ; No. 7, .Shelbiirne, Capt. E. E. 

Williams ; No. S, Orangeville, Capt. 

I'aijniaster, Hon'y Capt. Clias. Smith. Adjutant, Capt. 

G. T. Evans ^Ittion). 



O'TfU " Haldiinand" Battalion of Rifles nid Or- 
Of til Y^yf^.^ (^„<_| li.-Colond, Robert II. Davi*' 

Major, 
Compani"s : No. 1, York, dipt. Andw. Williamsun ; N',, 
3, Caledonia, (Japt. R. L. Nelles ; No. 4, Ilagar.svillc 
Capt. B. A. Gritlith ; No. 5, Jarvis, Capt. 

; No. (), Diiiinville, Capt. John Robinson; X., 
7, Caledonia, Capt. ; .No. 8, Ciiyuga, Ciiiit i 

Will. .Miissin. I'lii/iiiaster, Hon'y Maj. John II. KoL'trs. 
Adjutant, Capt. John Tuck. 

OOfl. Battalion, " Diilferin Rifles of Canada," {Brunt 
OCilll fr,r,l,Ont.J /./.-Cc/oiif/, John Balla.'hey. Maion 

n. H. Rotlnvidl.iiidT. H. Jones. 
Conqianies, Brantford : No. 1, Capt. Jos. Htivitford • N',, 
2, Capt J. H. McLean ; No. :i, Capt. H. K. Leoniiivl ■ 
No. 4, Capt. II. J. .Mctilashan ; No. 6. Cajit. Gem-.;,' 
Kidney; No. li, Ca|it. J. S. Hamilton. I'oiimnxu'r, 
Hon'y Maj. F. J. Qrenny. Adjutant, Ca\it. W. I). Jiiii,-,' 




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zLnflt " Nortliiimberland " Battn.Iion of Infuitry (//'' 
tUtll Q,.,,_^ Cobourij, Ont.) U.-Colonel, RubV.i z. 
Rogers (Grafton). Major, Bt Lt -Col. J. V. Cravil.'v 
(Cobtmrq). 
Companies : No, 1, Cobourg, Capt. H. J. Siielgrovi- ; Nn, 
2, Cobourg, Capt. John McCanghey ; No. H, Caiiipli-li- 
ford, Capt. R. H. Bonnycastle ; No. 4, Brighton, (;:i|ii, 
W. C. Butler; No. 6, Grafton, Cajit. H. C. I>,miiiis; 
No. 7, Collioriie, Ca|it. F. C, B. Greer ; No. S, Ca.stli ■ 
ton, Capt. Win. Duncan ; No. !), Warkworth, Ciqit. li. 
P. Hurlbiit I'aipnasttr, Hon'y Maj. A. J. Van lii,'i!i. 
..•lt/;i(<a)i/, Capt. G. L. Duncan {^fonjanston). 



A I af-" Brockville" Battalion of Rilles(//(/ ()r.<., Br<;.: 
^i!^\j oille, On'.) f4.-Colonel, Vf. II. C'A,;. .)I„jrir.^, 

D. K. J acktiiin (da nanoque) and G. .M. Cole. 
Companies : No. 1, Brockville, Caiit. Win. Cook ; Nn. ■_', 

Gananoque, Capt. H. M. Jackson ; No. 3, Delta, Cipt. 

M. L, Day ; No. 4, Brockville, Capt. ; 

No. 5, Carleton Pla(;e, Capt. Jos. McKay ; No. li, Gmil- 

burn, Capt. Win, (Marvin. Paymaster, Win. J. Wright. 

Adjutant, Capt. W. H. Asselstine (Gananoipie). 

4.9nrl "Brockville" Battalion of Infantry (//.;. ',/r,--., 
t-lH-l Broekrille, Out.) Lt. -Colonel, Arthur J. ,M 'In- 

son (Perth). Majors, T. W. Sparhani (BrockviUi:) mi 

Geoghegan hollinsworth (Pembroke ). 
Companies: No. 1, Almonte, Capt. George WilHams; 

No. 2, Brockville, Capt. J. E. Chrysler ; No. :i, Pi rtli. 

Capt. J. W. Motherwell; No. 4, Lansilowiif, Ca|il. 

James Dixon ; No. '<, Lanark, Cajit. T. B. Caldwull ; 

No. t), Pembroke, Capt. Lennox Irving. Paiiuui'tir, 

Christopher P. Fraser. Adjutant, 

d-^Vf] "Ott'iwa and Carleton" Baitalion of Kitl-.^ 

10H_l (,/,,_ Q^g^ Q^fjj g^ Ollawaj. l.t.-Cnlnliyt, 

William White. Majors, John Walsh and W. P. 
Anderson. 
Compmiies: No. 1, Ottawa, Cajit. A. P. Slicrwoi"! ; 
No. 2, Hull, Capt. Joshua Wright ; No. 3, Wakelid^l, 
Caiit. I. B. York ; No. 4, Vernon, Capt. Itr.eWisli 
Billings; No. .'), Arnprior, Capt. John A. .Mar.lmiaM : 
No. 0, New Edinburgh Ward, Ottawa, Cajit. B. 11, lidi 
Paiimasler, Lt. J. E. Parker. Adjutant, Cact. T. IL 
B. Evans. 

4.4.1-h "Midland" Battalion of Iiifantrv (Ifl. Q,:- . 

•x-XLii Xiiii/ara Falls, Ont ) f.t. -Colonel,' J :\mr< Mnrin 
(Ridgriray). Major, 

Companies': No. 'l, Niagara Falls, Capt. Hiram Ben- 
der; No. 2, Tliorold, Capt. Hugh James; No. :.., Llii!- 
pewa.Capt. J. A. Greenwood ; No. 4, Fort Erie.Caj't. K. 
A. Criiickshank ; No. !>, Welland, Capt. L. C. Raviiioii'l; 
No. 0, Niagara Falls, Capt. G. A. McMieking ; N.i. 7, H- 



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Stcvi'iisville, Ciipt. Joseph Cliiik ; No. 8, Sand Hill, 
i;i|it. .Jiiliii Baiwell. I'ltynMstcr, Hony. M;i,i. Chas. 
Inlilf. Adjutant, Capt. Joliii Breiiimn (C'i/(«)i). 



|.)th 



"West Duiliam" Battaliou of Infant ly (//('. 

i^rn. BowmaaKille, Ont.] I.l.-Colnnel, FrcdiTif 
Ciiliitt. Mdjorn, Bt. Lt.-Col. JamuH Deacon (/.uKteni/), 
M;ij. .lolin Huglics {Hurt oil.). 

■ jjw ih''> : No. 1, Bownianvillo, Cajit. P J. Kowc; 
No. 1.', I'Vnt'lon Falls, Capt. W. D. HnntiT ; No. :!, 
niirtonville, Capt. VV. J. Brown; No. 4, Lindsay, Ciiiit. 
J. \V. Wallace ; No. .0, Onicnie«, Cajit Jaiiifs Kvans ; 
Si\ I', Lin<lsay, Ca))t. J. C. Grace, /'(njmaxler, W. T. 
S<ott. Adjutant, Capt. Samuel Hughes (Idndsay). 

In". I, " Kast Diiiiiam" Battalion of Infantry (Hd. y;x 
|t')III I'ort Hope, Ont.) I.t.-Colonrt, K. A. Benson. 

Hiijoi:<, J. McUcnilid {Janetville), and K. Dingwall. 
iijHiiueii: No. 2, Port Hoi)p, Capt. Robert Dcyell ; 

No. 3, Port Hope, Capt. W. J. Robertson ; No. 1, Mill- 

l.rook, Capt. C. H. Winslow ; No. 5, Springville, Capt. 

David Walsh ; No. 0, Bethany, Capt. J. A. V. Preston; 

\ii. 7, Janetville, Capt. J. W. Gray. I'ayma.tter, Hony. 

V.ij. l{ic!iard Howiien. Adjutant, Ciyt. H. A. Ward. 



|("'i.U "Frontenac' 
|i' l-" Kingston, Ont.) 



Battalion of Infantry (//(/. Qrx. 
l.t.-Colonel, Hon. George A". 
Kirkpatrick. Majurn, George Hunter {Willet^holau'), 
and ('has. N. Hyniotwr {Eliiinhurg). 
\tf«panies: No. 1, Milburn, Capt. and Bt.-Maj. Robert 
llewton ; No. 2, Inverary, Capt. Jos. Healey ; No. ;!, 
Syilenliaiii, Cajit. C. S. Irvine ; No. 4, Portstuoutli, 
i.apt. and Bt.-Ma,i. Thoa. Kelly ; No. 5, Barrielleld, 
I apt. Jas. Byrne ; No. 6, Napanee, Capt. C. Z. Perry ; 
.Vij. 7, Harrowsniith, Capt. Elijah Joyner ; No. S, 
Tamworth, Cai)t. and Bt.-Maj. Robert Cox ; No. 9, 
.Vmlierst Island, Capt. ; \o. 10, 

Eriisttown, Capt. J. E. Mabce. Payma.-'tcr, Martin 
yjaelian. Adjutant, Mnj. W. M. Baillie. 

liQf-li "Hastings" Battalion of Rilles (//(/. Qr.i. Stir- 
P'"^" ling Ont.) Lt. -Colonel, Jas. Brown {Belleville). 

.Va>rs Bt. Lt.-Col. G. H. Boulter (Stiiibui , Maj. P. 

H. Uanibly (Bellenlle). 
|f /«/wiiie,s' : No. 1, Belleville, Capt. and Bt.-Maj. Edward 

Harrison ; No. 2, Stirling, Cajit. C. E. Hart ; Xo. A, 

SUney, Capt. John Graham ; No. 4, Madoc, Cajit. J. 

ii Orr ; No. 5, Tyendeuaga, Capt. J. H. Lcno.\ ; No. 

ii, Trenton, Capt. Paymaster. Maj. R. P. 

Fiillar. Adjutant, Lt. J. W. Jolmstou (Iklkcillc). 

ndtli Battalion of Infantry, "Iluntin^'dou Borderers," 
|.Ji;lu (//(j Q,., Iluntingdvn. Que.) Lt.-Coloiicl, 

.\i\lnl. Maclaren (lloekhurn). Major, 
|( i/ip(i,i/c'.s-: No. 1, Huntingdon, Capt. and Bt.-Maj. 

Isaac Gardner ; No. 2, Ormstown, Capt. Jno. Gilbert; 

No. 3, Hurdman's Corners, Cajit. S. H. Henderson ; 

■No. 4, Athelstan, Capt. P. C. JIcGinnis. Payuiaster, 

Hony. Cajit. Robert Middlennss. Adjutant, Maj. W. 

S. McLaren {IJiintlngdon). 

Klgj- Battalion of Infantry, "Heniniingford Rangers," 
I'JISL (//,, (,,.,. iiemmbigford, Que.) l.t.-Colonel, 
Kirhanl Lucas (Ko.vhain, St. John's). M'jor, F. A. 
|-'aiituell(Fc««/,7//t). 

(mipmiii's: No. 1, Havelock, Ca])t. Alex. Jliliie ; No. 2, 
UiMlle,CJaiit. VV. Waters ; No. :!, Franklin, Cajit. Josejili 
Waililell; No. 4, Hemmingford, Cajit. G. J. McKay; 
N'). .'), Roxliam, Cajit. George Elliott ; No. t>, Hem- 
iiiingliird, Capt. Richard Hayes; No. 7, St. Jean 
C'liry.snstome, Cajit. J. McG. Stewart ; No. 8, St. Renii, 
Cajit. Louis Ste. Marie. Fayinaster, Hony. Maj. \V. 
B. Jolmson. Adjutant, Maj. J. M.(:Fve(Hemmingford). 

I V^nd "Brome" Battalion of Light Infantry (lid. ijrs. 
1"-'*'-^ Knoirlton,Que.) Lt.-Colond, CaUin L. HM 

'f^onuiicille). Uajnr, C. C. PM-kins (Man.-<oniilk). 
Inniaiilis: No. 1, Abercorn, Capt. M. L. Shejiard ; No. 

'.:. Kiidwlton, Cajit. Wm. Maefarlane ; No. :i, Sutton, 

^ajit. Andrew Davison ; No. 4, East Farnhani, Cajit. 

i^' L". Hall ; No. .), Mansonville, Cajit. C. M. Bowen ; 

^'j. '1, Bolton, Cajit. J. K. Latty ; No. 7, Magog, Cajit. 

■*• K. Phelan. Paymaster, Hony. Capt. G. B. Hall. 

■ii'iutnnt, 2nd Lt. R. M. Hall (Kasf Farnham). 



<^'\vi\ " ''^li'-'i'brookc " Ur.tt.-'.lion of Infantry (//(/. yr.v. 
»JOiy\ sherbrooke. Que.) l.t.-Colonel, K. P. Felton. 

Majors, W. A. Morehouse and R. G. Leekie. 
Companies, Shcrlirooke : No. 1, Cajit. H. R. Fraser ; 

No. 2, Cajit. A. C. H. Bowen; No. ;i, Capt. E. B. 

Wortluiigton ; No. 4, Cajit. John Fales. Paiitnaster 

Henry A. Odcll. Adjutant, 

"iJ-tll "'Richmond" Battalion of Infantry (//(/. Qrs. 

.^•iHI i-iriimond. Que.) U-Cohnel. lit. lion. Udol- 
jihus, Lord Aylmer (Melbourne). Majors, Geo. Wil- 
liamson (Kingslntry) and E. S. Bernard (Meiliourne). 

Cninpanies: No. \, Danville, Cajit. Wm. Thorbuni ; .S'u. 
2, Melbourne, Cajit. T. L. Brown ; No. ;t, Rnlinond. 
Capt. J. W. Harkom ; No. 4, Brompton and Windsor, 
Cajit. E. G. Morey ; No. .'), South Dui'Imiii, Cajit. 
Arehd. Bothwell ; No. 0, Kirkdale, Cajit. T. S. Black- 
well. /'rtI/);l((«^'(•, J.,eonard Thomas. Adjutant, 

XKfK "Megantic Light Infantry" Battalion {lid. (Jrs. 

')t)\^ll /,ivernes.t. Que.) Lt. -Colonel, W. J. Ward 
(Lower Ireland). Majors, Wm. Tliomiison {Leinesurier) 
and Oswald Hunter (Inverness). 

Comfanie.-i: No. \, Kinnear's Mills, Cajit. Edwanl 
Lijisey ; No. 2, Inverness, Capt. J. A. Wallace ; No. M, 
New Ireland, Cajit. and Bt.-Maj. G. H. Porter ; No. 4, 
Majile Hill, Ca;it. Jas. Watkins ; No. .'i, St. Julie tXv 
Somerset, Cajit. P. A. Bourk ; No. 0, St. Sylvestre, 
Cajit. Francis Carroll. Paymaster, Hony. Maj. James 
McKenzie. Adjutant, Capt. T. itl{:K(iime(Invente.ss}. 

^fii-h "QrenviUe" Battalion, " Lisgar Rifles," (//(/. 
.JUUl Q,.^ Preseott, Ont.) Lt.-Colow.l, R. O. Camjibell 

(Burritt's Rapids). Majors, Andrew Carmichaol 

(Spencer rillv) and J. B. Checkley (North Augufita). 
Co)npanies- No. I, Cardinal, Capt. William Stitt ; 

No. 2, Prescott, Capt. O. S. Dawson ; No. 3, Burritt's 

Rajiids, Cajit. T. A. Kidd ; No. 4, Keniptville, Capt. 

D. M. Beckett; No. 5, North Augusta, Cajit. J. A. 

Elliott ; No. ti, Spenoerville, Capt. G. A. Drumniond ; 

No. 7, Metcalfe, Capt Ira Morgan. Paymaster, Ens. 

(provis'l) D. P. Snyder. Adjutant, C'ajit. W. H. 

Burritt (ISurritt's Jlapid.'<). 

X7f V, Battalion of Infantry, "Peterborough Raiiuers," 
•-'• l-** (//(/. Qrs. Peterborough. Ont.) Lt.-Colonel, 

James '/.. Rogers. Majors, T. M. Grover (yorwovd) 

and R. W^ Bell (Peterborough). 
Comjxinies, Peterborough : No. l,Capt. E. B. Edwards; 

No. 2, Capt. Wm. Langford ; No. 3, Capt. G. C. 

Rogers; No. 4, Capt. R. E. Birdsall ; No. 5, Capt. 

Thos. Burke ; No. 6, Cajit. W. H. Cooper. Paymaster, 

Hony. Maj. J. A. Howard. Adjutant, 

^SifV» "Conipton" Battalion of Infantry (lid. Qrs., 
OOIU Bury, Que.) Lt.-Colonel, F. M. Pope (Robinson). 
Majors, J. D. Ramage (Coaticooke) and M. B. Mac- 
Auley (Robin.'ion). 
Companies : No. 1, Bury (Robinson), Capt. A. L. 
Mclver ; No. 2, Gould, Cajit. Alex. Ro.ss ; No. 3, 
Marston. Cajit. J. T. Mclver ; No. 4, Mar'.ileton, Capt. 
\V. W. Weylan<l ; No. ri. Lake Megantic, Cajit. Donald 
Beaton ; No. 0, Massawipjii, Capt. G. P. H. Hitclu^ock ; 
No. 7, CoatK'ook, Cajit. R. Q. Trenholin ; No. 8, Apple 
Grove, Cajit. Jno. Clarke ; No. t), Winslow, Cajit. D. 
N. McLeod ; No. 10, Cookshire, Cajit. E. S. Baker 
Paymaster. Hony. Maj. Edmund Lockett. Adjutmir, 
Lt. J. H. Cook ,( ookshire). 

.XQf]-i "Stormoiit" Battalion of Infantry (//,/. Qrs. 
OtJlU Cornn-aU, Ont.) Lt. -Colonel, .Jiimva 1\. Brcdiii 

{]\'i'i'dlafids). Majors, A. T. Liglit (Farrcn's Point) 

and Roderick R. McLennan (CornuaU). 
Companies: No. 1, Cornwall, Capt. (ieo. .Milden; No. 

2, Cornwall, Capt. Robert Smyth ; No. ;i, Cornwall, 

Cajit. C. H. Wood; No. 4, Townshiji of Finch, Cajit. 

F. D. F. Macnaugliton ; No. ,1, Farran's Point, Capt. 

Gordon Baker, jun,; No. ti, Lunenburg, Cajit. ; 

No. 7, Roxliorough, Cajit. Rodk. Morrison. Paymaster, 

Henry Turiiei'. Adjutant, dxiit. H. Clarke {Farran'.-i 

Point). 

ftHfli " Missisijuoi" Battalion of Infantry (//(/. Qr^.. 

UVJtll Clarenceeille, Que.) Lt.-Colonel, C. S. Rowe. 

Majors, Bt. Lt.-Col. A. H. Gilmour ami J. A. Hawley. 

Companies: No. 1, Philipsbnrg, Capt. and Bt.-Maj. H. 






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X. Sixliy; No. 2. Clnronccvlll.!, Ciiiit. O. J. A. Macll.'; 
No. ;t, L)u;il:iuii, Ciipt. Joel H. Biker: No. 4, Wi'.st 
Kiinili.irii, Cii|it. Geo. Hi^'Klnn; No. .I, HtiiiiliridK'', 
Cajit. Jtidsoii liockiis ; No. 0, l'"i'cliKli'<''iir;i, Cajit. /. 
V. Wliitniaii. l\ijv>nstvi\ Mii,). O. Wcatover. AdHi- 
tan', Capt, Claudo U. JuiaeHoii. 

ftl ct "Moiitiiianiiy anil r/Inlet" Hiittalinii of Infaiitrv 
Olot (//,(, ,^,-.<._ MiiiUiiiagiiii, (,'i(c.) I.t.-Cutond, 

Pliili|i|i(! Lamliy (.S7. Hicnr, Uii\ Uit, tSiid.) Mtvor, 

Kiloiiai'd LciJiieiix (Clii'aiutimU. 
Cdiiiiiiuiiis : No. 1, St. Thomas, Ciii>t. J. B. C. Kournier; 

No. li, Ht, Pkmtu, Kiv. du Slid, Caiit. K. A. H.Tallio^; 

No. ;i, Cup St. I^^liace, (Jajit. AU'ixmI Oaiiiaclic ; No. 4, 

St. Jean Port Joli, Capt. A. C. Talbot; No. .'5, L'lsli'l, 

(.'apt. J. O. (Jiassoii; No. 0, Cliii'oiitimi, Capt. H. A. 

Si'ott. I'diimnnter, J. B. A. I^opiiii!. Ailjutant, Capt. 

riddyiiit! Uelaiiger (L'UlH). 



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Batlnlion. "St. Jp'in Fusili . (Sf 
N. II.) I.t.-Culntiff, ihiiiimiK ill' 'V .tirft, 
J. J. Tucker and II. H. Medium. 
Si I Ciimpa nil's, St. John: Captnins hi,, 'i. K 
Sturdee, \V. C. Mageo, H.J. A. God,. I, J. ■' ':n..„\ 
M. I) lOdwards anil G. A. Kraser. I'(tiima.;l . , Hon'y 
M.i.j. Jas. Devlin. Adjutant, Bt.-Maj. F. H. Hartt. 

^i'?v/l " Halifax" Battalion of Ililles {Halifax; N. S.) 
DOIU /.t-Coionc?, J. D. Maekinto.sh. Miiiors,T. J. 

Walsli and T. J E«an 
Si.i Cnvipaiiics, Halifax: Cuplalns, Win. Bi.sliop, H. 

Hechler, A. G. Cunningham, J. T. Meaf,'lier, J. T. 

Twinin}< and \V J. Bntler. Paymaster, Hon'y MaJ. 

J. S. Mitchell. Adjutant, Capt. J. N. Crane. 

/:» j_i.l. Battalion of Ritles, " Voltigeurs de Beauhar- 
"'*'-^^ nois, "(//(/. Qrs., Ikauharnois, Que.) U.-Colttnd, 

L. Poitra.s. Majom, L. It. Baker and J. Deslaiuiers. 
Companies, Heauharnois : No. 1, Capt. Andre Lediu^ ; 

No. 2, Capt. J. B. Bonlionimo ; No. 3, Cai't. J. B. 

Cadieux : No. 4, Ca])t. Julien Poirier ; No. 5, Cajit. 

W. S. Danis ; No. 6, Capt. Eu.staehe Borj,'evin. I'ai/- 

master, Hon'y Ma,j. Cyrille GuiTuond. Aiijutant, Capt. 

Pierre Boyer. 

f»C4.1-, Battalion, "Mount Royal RiHes," (Mmitreal, 
\JOlll g„(,.) /.t.-Coiortc^, Jo.seiili A. Ouiinet. Majors, 

C A. Dugas and Hector Prevost. 
Eight Companies, Montreal: Captaiiis, J oneyih Giroux, 

L. G. E. Bauset, L. J.'Etliier, C. J. Doherty, J. P. A. 

de.s Troi.s-niaisons, J. A. Villeneuvo, 

Paymaster, Hon'y Capt. C. L. Bosse. Adjutant, Capt. 

Alex. r.oy. 

AAfl-» Battalion, "Princess Louise Fusiliers," (//((ii- 
DOLll /„,,._ ^. s.) U. -Colonel, C. J. Ma;:donald. 

Majors, W. M. Humphrey and B. A. Weston. 
Eight Companies, Halifax: Captnins, Jno. Menger, 

C. H. Maukinlay, E. G. Kenny, A. W. Spike, A. M. K. 
DouU, H. L. Cliiiiman, Alfred Browne and Alfred 
Whitman. Paipnister, dipt. R, H. Humphrey. Adju 
iant, 

^71. 1-, Battalion, "Carleton Light Infantry," f/W. Qrs., 
'J<l'ii Woodstock, iV. B.) Lt.-Co'oncl, J. D. Baird. 

Major, 
Companies : No. 1, Woodstock, Caiit. II. W. Bourne ; 
No. 2. Centreville, Capt. J. W. Adams ; No. 3, Debec, 
Capt. R. Kirkpatrick; No. 4, Brighton, Capt. and Bt.- 
Maj., G. E. Boyer; No. 5, Waterville, Capt. J. T. Fletch- 
er ; No. 6, Andover, Capt. A. H. McLaughlan ; No. 7, 
Baker Brook, Cai)t. J. W. Baker; No. 8, East Florenee- 
ville, Capt. and Bt.-Ma,j. A. D. Hartley; No. 9, Wil- 
niot, Capt. J. W. Williams. Paymaster, Hon'yMaj. J. 

D. Ketcliuni. Adjutant, Lt. Arthur J. Raymond. 

/iQ*.!-, "King's County" Battalion of Infantry (Hd. 
DObll Qfs^^ Kentville, A'. S.) Lt.-Colonel, L. DeV. 

Ohipman. Majors, Bt. Lt.-f!ols. W. H. Belcher and 

H. W. Lydiard. 
Cohipanies: No. 1, Kentville, Capt. B. H. Dodge; No. 

2, Sheffield's Mills, Capt. E. M. Beckwith ; No. 3, 

Kentville, Capt. Jno. Redden ; No. 4, Bdltown, Capt. 

Edward Steadmaa ; No. 5, Ross' Corner, Capt. W. E. 

Roscoe ; No. 6, Canning, Capt. C. E. Borden ; No. 7, 

Aylesford, Capt. and Bt.-Maj. T. R. Harris; No. 8, 



Aylesford, Capt W. R I,. P'oster ; No. in, lliirld,.v'H I 
Corner, (^ipt. I). E. Koss. /'('////i".'i/i'c, Charle.s F. Kat,",,, 
Adjutimt, 2ud Lt. C. R, Coleman (/,((/,(ri7/fi). 

ftQfVi "1st Annapolis" Battalion of Infantry (/r/ ijr. 

UULIl Piiradi.<,', S. S.) U.-CnUmet, W, L. .surr.ut ' 
Majors, C. S. Coli^ (I'aradise), and J. O, Marshall (M,,/ 
U'illiamn). 

Companiex: No. 1, Wilmot, Capt. L. W. Elliutt; N',, •> 
Paradise, r.iipi. K. M. Morse ; No. 3, (iranvill,', '(;n|,i' 
David Wade ; No. 4, Port Williams, C.ipt. .Inn ','h;iii. 
ton ; No. .'■), Aiina|iolis Koy.il, Cajit. W. .\t. I ailiy- .Vi 
6, Bear River, CajU. J. N. Kelly; No. 7, PaiVilM' 
Cajit. J. P. HiU'kler ; No. ,S, Hear Rivei', t'aiit. ,1, w' 
Turnbull ; No. (i, Clenientsiiort, Cajil. V'allaei' Hiln■i^. 
Paiimasler, 2nd Lt. (provis'l)T. H. Mill.ir. Aitjiitnnt 
Lt, C. B. Cornwell {Clarence). ' ' 

'/V4-I1 "Champlain" Battalion of l.ifantrv (llil. i/in 
• "HI ,stc Ovneviereo ll(ili.scan,(Jnc.) I.i.-Ciilnnej,y 
P. l\Iassic(jtte. Majors, Bt. Lt.-Cols. NapoUdii '.St! 
.\rnaud and Pliilijipe Truilel. 
Companies : No. 1, Sti'. Genevieve de Batiscun, C,'a]it. 
Ernest Trudel ; No. 2, St. Nan'isso, Capl. Ailiil|ili.' 
Cossette ; No. li, Ste. Geiieviijve, Cajit. Taireredi! Trii- 
, I ; No. 4, St. Prosi)er, Capt. Jean Massicotte; So. ,',, 
Si. Anne de la Perade, Capt. J. A. Rousseau ; No. ii| 
Ste. Tite, Capt. F. X. Baril. I'ai/iiioslpr, Hon'y Miij' 
"Achille Beauehet. Adjutant, Maj. Comi' P. Tri'idd. 

npj. "York" Battalion of Infantry (//(/. Qn., Fred- 1 
51^ ericton,S' B.) /-< -CoioHci, J. L. Mansh. Affljncv, 
Jeremiah Stajdes (.?<. Mary's) and T. L. Alcxaiiilir 
(Frederictoii Station). 
Companies : No. 1, St. Mary's, Cajit. Jared Bonne; Nn, 
2, McKeen's Corners, Cnpi. Jesse Christv ; No. ;i, Stan- 
ley, Capt. W. T. Howe ; No. 4, Frederieton, Capl.T. G 
J. Loggie ; No. 5, Blissville, Capt. W. D. Hartt; Su. 
ti, St. Stephen, Cajit. John McMullen ; N(;. 7, Kreili rii • 
< >n, Cai>t. H A. Cropley ; No. 8, St. George, Capt. A. J. 
' tcQee. Paymaster, Maj A. G. I3eekwith. Adjutunt, 



lllil. 
Spurr. 



79nr1 "Sii'l i^nnapolis" Battaliim of Infantry 
• ^lA^'- Qi-s. .Vilmot, N. S.) Lt.-Colonel, ShippyS 

Major, C. W. Shatl'ner (South Farmington). 
Companies : No. 1, Wilmot, Cajtt. and Bt.-Maj, C.Jaci[iies 
No. 2, Wilmot, Capt. G. Roacli ; No. 3, Wilmot, Cupt J 
G. Bowlby ; No. 4, Middleton,Capt. O. M. Taylor; .N'n 
5, Farmington Cajit. H. M. Phinny; No. 0, Nictoaiix 
Capt. J. 'I. Morse. Paipnaster, Lt. Albi.'rt Gates. 
Adjutant, Lt. E. F. McNeil {Mclvcrn Square). 



iii'i, 



7^vA " Northumberland " Battalion of Infantry (; 

/ 01 U qrs., Chatham, Miramichi, N. B.) I.t.-Coh. 
Sanuiel U. McCulley. Major, 

Companies: No. 1, Burtouche, Capt. John Sheriiian ; 
No. 2, Chatham, Cai>t. Wm. Fenton ; No. :!, Dlack 
Brook, Cajit. Alex. McKniglit ; No 4, Blael; Riv-r, 
Capt. Wm. McNaughtou ; No. 5, Bay du Vin, Cii]>t 
Hugh Cameron. Paymaster, Lemuel J. Twiwlif. 
Adjutant, Capt. A. S. Templeton (Black River). 

7zLfli Battalion of Infantry rlld. Qrs., Su.m.r,i\. . 

' T:tll Lt.-Colonel, E, B. Beer. Majors, O. R. Aruo.. 
(Sussex) and J. M. Baird (Sackville). 

Companies : No. 1, Clifton, Cajit. H, D. Wetmnre; No. 
2, Petitcodiac, Capt. J. W. McFee; No. 3, Sussex, 
Capt C. H. Fairweather ; No. 4, Shemogue, Capt. W, 
C. Murray; No. 5, Sackville. Capt. J. A. Bowes; Nh. 6, 
Bale Verte, Cajit. B. Hariier. Paymaster, Ilon'v Mi\i. 
T. E. Arnold. Adjxitant.Cupt. J. M. Kitinear(.Sl'(*,'.7M. 



7^fli " Lunenburg 
t Oi^ll Lun 



Battalion 01 Infantry (lUl. i,h-s., 
X. S.) Lt.-Colonel, C. Kawiu 



mcnhtirg, 
Kaulbach. Major, 
Companies : No. 1, Lunenljurg, Capt. J. W. Kiiif,'; N". 
2, Lunenburg, Capt. Thos. Curll ; No. 3, LnutMilmr.L'. 
Capt. G. A. Ross ; No. 4, Mahone Bay, Capt. J. P, 
Ham ; No. 5, Martin's River, Capt. J. liingille; Xd. (i, 
New Ross, Capt. G. H. Windrow. Pai/viastcr. Hun';' 
Maj. Stephen Finck. Adjutant, Lt. R. H. Grillith.-. 

Battalion of Rifles, "Voltigeurs de Ciiat'^ati- 
guay"(//d. Qrs., Ste. Martine.Que.) Lt.-C'dme', 
Joseph Beaiidreau Majors, Louis Turcuit (Sorth 
Georgetown; and Charles D'Amour (Ste. Philomim). 



76th 



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DOMINION OF CANADA MILITIA LIST. 



51 



(T ; No. in, liii, kli.y', 
«/('/■, Cliarlcs K. E.ilcjii i 
I {Luke ci lie). 

I i>(\)\UmUy(ll.l.i/r., \ 
li'Xil, W. K, StJirr.itt! 
1(1 J. <). Marsli;ill(a,(| 

L. W. Elliott; N... •.' 
o. 3, (ii-iiiiviUc, ('a|,t 
Ills, Caiit. .Inn ';h;iii. I 
lit. W. W. lail,'v;N„ 
lly; Nil. 7, P.ir.idis. , 
ill- Kivtr, ("iipt. ,1, W 
(';^llt.^Villla.■.■Iln^n^. 

H. MiU.ir. Ailjiitmit, 



III" l.il'iiiitrv (Ihl. V".. 
II, Qui-.) /,/.-C-,/n)ic;, N. 
ft.-L'dls. N.'iliolnili .St. 

VI! ilr J);iti.Sr:iii, (::i|it, 
rcissc, Caiil. AiIhIjiIm' 
, Capt. Taiiiri'di' Trn- 
nan Massiciiitc ; Xo. :,, 
. A. Uuus.si'nu ; No. ii, 
"ajliiuixter, Hdii'y Miii 
laj. Ciiiiii' 1'. TriKlel. 

mtry (Hd. Qn., Frai- 

il, J. L. Mar.sli. Mnjmx. 

and T. L. AUxii'iidtr 

apt. Jarcd Bimni' ; N'n. 
so, Clirislv; N(i. H.St.in- 
^rediTictoii, Caiit.T.G. 
apt. \V. U. Hirtt; Xir. 
liiUen ; No. 7, Freilcrii ■ 
, St. Ge(irge,Cii|>t. A.J. 
Beckwltli. AiljulanI, 

ilidii of Infantry (//'/. 
-Colonel, SliiiiiiyS|mir. 
ininglon). 

dUt.-Maj.C.Jiifiiiie.<; 

No. y, VViliiiot, Capt J. 

ipt. O. M. Taylor; Xo. 

inny ; No. ti, Nioteaux. 

Lt. AlliiTt Gatiis. 

h'crn Square). 

alion of Tnfmtry (//■/. 
chi,^'. B.) U.-Oohnel, 

Capt. John Slieridaii ; 

'^enton ; No. :!, Dlack 

No 4, Blaciv Riv>r, 

5, Bay dii Vin, Caiit 

Lemuel J. Twiedii-. 

m {Black River). 

. Qrs., Susse.r, X. . 

Majors, O. K. Ariio. . 
He). 

H. D. Wctiiiori'; N". 
(■Fee; No. 3, Siissox, 
4, SliemogiU', Ciil't. W. 
it. J. A. Bowes; Nn. 0, 
'oyniMter, Ilim'y Mnj. 

M. Kinne,ir(.Sl'./Y;/W. 

11 Infantry (Uil Qi'S; 
A.-Colonel, C. Kdwiii 

Capt. J. W Kiiii^ ; N'»- 
•U; No. 3, LiuiiMihur;;. 
Iioiie Bav, Oapt. J. P. 
lit. J. Lani,'ill''; X'l.';. 
w. Payvut'itir. Ifm'y 
Lt. R.' H.Grillitli.--. 

ultigeurs de Cliat"'aii- 
rtim, Que.) rj.-C'>lnne\ 
Louis Tureot (S'irth 
ur (Sle. Philnme)w\. 



I C'-wr-'i '■"'■'*• ^'' • ^< ^^'■'- rhil(ini(''iM- 
>■.. J, Ste. .M:irtine, Capt. K. J 
ir.ain, Capt Elzrar SaliMiirin; 
C.il>'.. KraiiiiiiH Labeigc ; N 



,l,i«eiii: Mndry ; No. tl, Cliateaiimiay, Capt. /i 
Rcid. Paynw 'er, Lt. F. X. Roy. Adjul'int, 



(apt. .L B. D.iiiiiiiir ; 
(ia^nifi-; No. 3, .St. 
No. 4, Str. .Maitinr, 
. Sti'. Martin.'. Capt 

tii|IU' 



Capt. J. 11. Burns ; No, li, 
CiiiipinK, /'(iiiiii'tnter, (,'apt. 
Adjutant, Lt. Oodfrol Cotfin. 



Rawdnii, C.^it Tlioo. 
Aiign.stti Unilliiult. 



•th 



"W.ii' di" Battalion of Inf ritry {lid. '/ . 
IN"-" iJiiiini hit.) /,/.-Ci/''/iit/, Jolin Browi; (Bi/i- 

}.r ■:■■). Majtji.. Dt. Lt.-Col. H. C. ii' jii (Dimdas) 

ar. i Maj F M. ' ;arii<ntei {■•^/oivji Cmh). 
\riKi«'hici; No 1 Dunda.s, Cipt Vlex. H.rtniin; Ni'. 

■' W.iterdowi . Ipt. Jas. .Moi.ium'x ; Nd. 3,Riuliriiok 

Cij;. W. G. 'etcher; n. 4, An(, Letter, Capt. T. A. 

W.ilKrr; No. '. .altlleet, (.'apt. IL H. Carfieuter ; No. 

. (ri.inford, Ipt. Will. Widls, I'ainnaxti.r, 2nd L*. 

,',i- '' Ryan AdjiituHt, Capt. J.t-' Aiki' i'HnhrooL). 



>th 



■ Colrlii'ster, H;iiit.sand I'irtdii " Battalimi n( In- 
fantry, " HiK'liliind.'r.-i"(//i/. (Jr.f. Tnim, A'..S.) 
/.?.f.;Ai/lo/, William M. Blair. .,1/ /jocs, O. II. Sullu-r- 
iii.d (.Mill'iroolr) and Jo.sepli Biir^e.s.s (II'i'ik/.otc). 
\C(mian!cs: No. 1, Truro, Capt. [I. T. Lawrein c , No. 
•1 'iiislow, Capt. Geo. Ilavni' ; No. 3, SlmUenai'adii', 
Cai't I. L. Ban. hill ; No". 4, Windsor, Capt. J. II. 
Smith; No. r,, Mill Brook. Ca)it. and iU.-.Maj, Rodk. 
M' Kiiizie ; No. (i, Muunt liioni, Capt. Win. .Maxwell; 
S.I. 7, Burnside, Capt. Angus .McL^od. t'oipniLiier, 
ii..l Lt. S. G. Chambers. Adjutant, •Jnd l-t. T. A. 
Rl; kliurn (Milfnrd). 



:9th 



Slst 



S4th 



".St. Hyftcinthe" Biittalion of Infantry {ltd. 
Qrs. 'I'uirnnf.^t. Ihi'ointhe, t^iie.) l.t.-i^ohmtl, 
.\lph(iiiHi' Denis. Major, M. .Maidiin.iM (Artonrali')'. 
( ompnitie : No. l,St. Myarinthf. Capt. N. ,J. Cliapiit ; 
No. ■>, St Hie, C.ipt. G. \. M<iiiii ; N<i. 3, .St. Siinoni 
Capt. Gainliose Diihaime ; No. 4, .Sorel, ("apt. Arelii- 
hald Jo' stou ; No. r,. St. Hyaeinthe, Ca]il. U. A. 
Benoit ; .o. ti, Arth.ili.iskavilli', Capt. 
/'•iiinio-tler, J. de la B. Tache Adjutant, ', 

J?^fli Battalion of Infantry {Hd. Qr.i. Montreal, Que.) 
noill U,. Colonel, Julien Browean {I.o,,rmrie). 

Majors, A. II. Aiitiry {Cote St. Paul) and IVtcr JarkHon 

{Cote St. Paul). 
ConijionieH : No. 1, St Jerome, Capt. C. E. T l)e 

Montigny; No. 2, St. Jean Baptiste Villat,'e, Caiit. .M. 

J. E. Cha^non ; No. 3, Laprairie, Capt. .1. H. A. 

Hylve.stre; No. 4, Laprairie, Capt. E. M. Besaillun ; 

No. .J, Cote St. Paul, Capt. C. Lotoiiriienx ; No. (}' 

L.n^iieiiil, Capt. Ferd. Jodoiii. PoiinuHter, dipt! 

Joseph Dunn. Adjutant, 



Q/if], "Three Rivers 
OUtU '/-„,„„ nf hiuiseuilli 



'Slietlnrd" Battaliiiu of Infantry, "Highland- 
ers' (//(/. Qrs. Walerlaii, Que.) I.t.-Colonei, 

Th'ii. H. Cox {(lran.h)i). Majof.i, James Maynes and 

.] !i. liiilman. 

inianies: No. 1, Granby, Capt. R. Seale ; No. 2, Water- 
i, (.'apt. A. J. Whitehead ; No. 3, Waterloo, Capt. R. 

i:. tV 11 ; r 1. 4, South Roxton, Capt. J. U. Oalbraith ; 

N . •., Bofcobel, Capt. and Bt.-.Maj. R. Haekwell ; No. 

:. Liwreneeville, Capt. J. .McC. Br.iwn ; No. 8, Water- 

!"'■. Capt. H. N. Whiteomb. I'aninoMter, Capt. L. H. 

Br'"i'Ks. Adjutant, 



V Dame. 

Coiiipnnles : 
Diifresne ; 
FI. Legris 
No. 4, St. 



Battalion o' Infantn ' -i. . 
Que.) I.t. -Colonel . igii- 
Major, 

No. 1, Yania.diiehe, Capt. Alph. 
No. 2, Riviere du Loiip(en h u,, 'apt. ,!. 
No. 3, Three Rivers, Capt. :".■ Me ' '••'•del ; 
Gabriel de Brandon, Capt. u. Ht iiilt • 



No. .j, Berthier, Capt. H. G. S. Dixon • 1. 
Justin, Capt. C. J. CnulDiiibe. Pajim.a.-.'.er, J. 
Piehette. Adjutant. 



0, St. 
voph E. 



Gen- 
Foy. 



illfl, "NIeolet" Battalion of Infantry (//-/. Qrs 
I"'"-" ■/i"«,i/, Que.) It-Colonel, Edouard d.' 

.Vr./-, C. H. Oiroiix (iVico^O- 
I fiinr '.(ii'M: No. 1, St. Edouard de Gentillv, Capt. 

A;hana.se Gaiidet ; No. 2, Nieolet, Capt. J. B. A. 

Ro'j<sean ; No. 3, Beeatieour, Capt. Arthur Landry ; 

Xo. 4, St. Gertrude, Capt. Octave .Mousette ; No. •'J, 

S:. Gregoire, Capt. J. A. Pratte ; No. li. Vietoriaville, 

Cii t. . Paiiuuister, Lt. Isaie Bergeron. 

Ai,xtaat, Lt. Oseai' Rousseau (Nieolet). 



STtll "Q'"''>''c" Battalion of Inf.i. Hd. On 

<-" ^lA I.'Aneienne l.orette. Que.) I.t. -Colonel, V. de 
L. Lauiin(yi«'6<'«). iVflrjoc^, Michel P'iset(/y^LiC(('«/i(' 
Lorettc] and Lottis Genest {St. Aniljroixe). 
CmnpaniitK: No. 1, Charlesbdurg, Capt. and Bt.-Majj. 
Napoleon Dorion ; No. 2, Ancienne Lorette, Cant. h. 
N. Laiirin ; No. 3, St. Ainliroise, Capt. J. E. Freehette ; 
No. 4, Ste. Foye, Capt. Alphonse Roiithier ; No. .\. St.' 
Augiistin, (Japt. and Bt. -Mn.j. Z. Brunnt ; No. (>, Ste 
Famille d'Orleans, Capt. Josejih Bloiiin. Paymantcr, 
Lt. Joseph Blondean. Adjutant, Capt. H. Octave 
Roy {Ancienne Lorette). 



88tli "^^ 



"Portnenf" Battalion of Inl'antry (Hd. Qrs. 
Pont Iloufje, Que.) Lt. -Colonel, Arthur Beaudry 
(f i/i'f aux Trembles). Major, Lsaie Dussaiilt {Les 
l::!re,iih). 
[(onpanks: No. 1, Pointe aux Trembles, Capt. 

; No. 2, St. Raymond, Cajit. Elie Prenette ; 
N:'. y>, St. Raymond. Capt. Cyprieii Pan- ; No. 4, 
DcsMia.r' ■>.ult, Capt. J. G. Paipiin ; No. .'i, Cap Sante, 
fi|''. J. L, Frenet ; No. 0, LotbiniiTe, Capt. V. E. 
O'lrt'-'au. Pai/master, Hony. Ma,]. G. D. B. Watteis, 
.!'', il'int, Capt. J. G. Cote {Urondines). 

iOnt] "Queen's County " Battalion of Infantry (//iZ 
^-'I'^l Qrs. Cliarlnttetou-n, P.E.L) Lt.-Colonel, Francis 

[i-hirty. Major, 
\imp'tnies: No. 1, Charlottetown Royalty, Capt. Isaac 

H':i)derson ; No. 3, (Jhavlottetown, Capt. Daniel 

S:ewart ; No. 4, Little York, Capt. George Crockett ; 

N'l. .5, Brooktield, Capt. T. S. McLeod ; No. 6, Cove- 

'.-.I'l, Capt. Geo. Alexander; No. 7, Alberton, Capt. 

K. C. Maxfleld ; No. 8, Tryon, Capt. John G. ShiM-itf. 

I'':imaster, Ilon'v Capt. John MePhail. Adjutant, 

Cin. and Bt.-Maj. Elijah Purdy. 

I ^'^1y1 " Joliette" BattaRon of Infantry (Hd. Qrs. Town 
I "' " of Joliette, Que.) Lt.-Colonel, John J. Slieppard. 

"''^ "/■>, j. U. Foueher {.Joliette) and M. D'A. Dostaler 

'S'. Felix de Valois). 
Kmpiinies: No. L Joliette, Capt. J. H. B. Delfausse ; 

•*>').-', L'Assomption, Capt. J. E. B. Normandeau ; No. 

•• St. Felix de Valois, Capt. G. DesRosiers ; No. 4, 

>'■':. Elizabeth, Capt. F. X. O Laeasse ; No. 5, Rawdon, 



lay 



89th 



Kainouraska and Charlevoix" Battalion of In- 
ntry (//(/. Qr.i. lliniere Quelle, Qui'.) Lt.- 
Colonel, Achilles Fraser. Majors, W. J. TrombI 
(Les Khoulenients) and Romuald Tetu (St. liervais). 

Cnnpanies: No. 1, Ste. Anne ile la Poeatiere, Capt 
Alfred Potvin ; No. 2, St. P.iul's Bay, Capt. Camille 
Bouchard ; No. 3, Kainouraska, Capt. J. E. Rossi<'nol : 
No. 4, St. Paconie, Capt. liereule Tetu ■ No. 5° St. 
Denis, Capt. Napoleon Langlais ; No. tl, Jjaie St. 
Paul, Capt. G. N. Cimon. Pai/niaster, Ilouy. Maj, 
Alexis Dessaiut. Adjutant, Capt. G. E. " Tache 

{Ka)nouraska). 

■' Teiiiiscoiiata and Rimouski" Battalion of In- 
fantry (//(/. Qrs. PraserriW\ Que.) Lt.-Coloael, 
Louis E. Hudon. Majors, Bt. Lt.-Col. E. O. Martin 
(Rintouski), Maj. I,. D. Hudon [Quebec). 

Companies: No. 1, Fruserville, Capt. George LeBel : 
No. 2, St. George de Cacouna, Capt. David Freve ; No.* 
3, St. Ars6ne, C^apt. Zac'hee Blanchet ; No. 4, Isle 
Vcrte, Cajit. J. E. Marceau ; No. .'j, Ste. Ceeile dii Bic, 
Capt. L. N Cote ; No (i, L'Anse an Sable, Capt! 
Michel RiiKpiet ; No. 7, Rimouski, Capt. J. A. Martin; 
No. S, St. Anaclet, Capt. Tlins. Ijcliel. Paiinuister', 
Capt. J. N. Pouliot (Rimouski). Adjutant, ' '. 

Qnf]i "Winnipeg" B.ittalion of Rifles (Winnineq, 
yWLll Man.) Lt.-Colonel C. M. Bo.swell. Majors, 

C. F. Forrest and H. N. Riittan. 
Six Companies, Winnipeg: Captains: Win. Clark, H. 

J. Macdonald, Herbert Swinford, F. C. Campbeli, A. 

E McPhillips, and G. F. Brophy. Paymaster, Hon'y 

Cipt. A. H. Whitcher. Adjutant, Capt. H. M. Arnold". 

Q 1 of "Winnipeg" Battalion of Light Infantry ('irinrti- 
alOt j,ej,_ Man.) Lt.-Colonel, 
Majors, W. B. Thibaudeau and S. L. Bedson. 



[511 



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MILITIA LIST — PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Six Cniiipaiilfn, Wiiiiii)ic(,': Caiilnhin, F. J. Clarke, T. I 
K. Valliilicy, C.Oralnini, M. T. KiTDii, . /'ft;/- , 

mdKttr, K. I*. I.ciii'ijrk Ailjulaiif, Ciipt. J. S. Iliirht. 

09nr1 " •>"r<lic!it('r" linttiillmi uf Infaiilry {lltl. ijrn,, 
•'«-'"' St. I.ti(lt:rc,tjue.) l.t.-Coloni-l,l.mUt'.(Jinvnl 

{St, llirnuril). ilajni-, 
Cumyiiniei, : No. 1, Ste. Clnire, C.ipt. A. Kdrtier; No. 'i, 
St. iHitloic, kJiiiit. JoM. TiiiK<'iiii ; Nil. :i, St l.tiiliiri', 
Ciipt, Oilier Oeiiust ; No. 4, Mlc-. .IiiNliiir, (Japt. Ii(i\iis 
Miiri'irr. /'u.l//(^<(*^';', Ciipt, Kdipiiiinl I.tuiiiriirmi Ail- 
iutnnt, lit. Acliillo Clml)iit. 

no,,.] "CiiinliiTlaiid" Dattaliuii of Infantry (//(/. V'^-. 

«^«J' " Amhfisl, N. S.\ I.I.Cvlanel, Mattlii'W H. Har- 
risdii (jW (((■(/(/( Stdthiii). M(ijiir,J. A. Ulack {Aiiilnrnt). 

Comitdiiiea : No. 1, Aiiiliorst, (Jajit. O. H. Hlai'k ; No. 
•2, Kivir Pliilii), (Jajt. K. L iJlack ; No. A, Ma<can 
anil River llelieit, Caiit. Jeptha HarriHoii ; No. 4, 
Maeeari Mountain, Cajit. H. 0. Mills; No. S, <txfi>ril, 
Capt. Will. Oxley. I'niimi'Ktrr, Hon'y .\Iaj. Gin. K. 
Cliureli. Ailjvtiuit, Lt. li. H. Doiikin (A'/ivc I'liitiji}. 

Q/ltli " Vietorin " Hattalion of Infantry, " Ai;,'yle lli^li- 
W*l/ll lftmli.iH,"(/y(/. (.*;■«., /J»,/,(i(/,-,iV.S.) I.t.-Culond, 

William Uingli.un. Major, C. W. Hill (Siidnvn) 
Conipanie.'t : No. 1, Baddeck, ( 'apt. Win. Cain; No. 2, 
Middle lUver, Cajil. Clin.s. MeKae; No. 8, Grand Nnr- 
rowH, Capt. J. S. Mi'Neil ; No. 4, Uaddeik, Cijit. D. F. 
iMeKae ; No. ."i, Forks Urid^e, Cajif. J. I>. MeNeil. /'«)/■ 
iiiastir, llon'y Cajit. .1. L. Ui'tliiini". Ailjiitant, Cai't. 
H. A. Foyle. 

9^4.1, Battalion, "Miinitolia Gnnadier.s," (//(/. V'-- 
Olll i>,„-t(tji; la t'laiiif, Man.) Lt.-CoUiiiil, D. 
II. Mi'Millan Majors, Stfw„rt Mulvey (U'inaipe(j) 
and W. II. Snahi hini'rxon). 
Compnnies : No. 1, Brandon, Ca|it. Tlios. Wastie ; No. 
'2, I'ortaKf la Prairie, Capt. Win. Sheppard ; No. 3, 
Nt'ejiawa, Cajit. J. Crawford ; No. 4, MinnedoMa, Cajit. 



I). MeliitoHli ; No. .'., Monleii, (,'apt. J. C. Waiigli ; .N.i 
li, Mtoliewall, ('apt H. .1. .iMrksoli. I'ltjimanlfr, H.v,,\ 
Capt. W. ('. Copeland. Ailjutaiil, Capt. I!. W \ 
Uolpli f W'iiiiilpfij). 

(|i»il, " Di.slriet of Al;;onia" Bnttallon i/f Ritl. s(//,y 
.MJLII ,^,.,,^ />,„.) Jiil,,,,.^ i,nl.) .)/((/.„• r,„, ,. „„,/ 

('(If/, .S. W. Bay. 
Ciiiiipnnii'K : No. 1, Port Artliiir, Capt. T, H. Kl!, ••. 
No. '.', Fort W'lllJain, ('apt. .1. Nililock ; No. ,, H;,;' 
Porta).'!', (,'apt. A. Cnniilrliael ; No. 4, Ooru Bav, C.i'i 
J. M. Fra.ser ; No. 'i. Little Ciirieiit, ','apt. 
/'aiiiiiaslir. Ailjiilaiit, 



I .SDKPKNDKN'r ( OM I'A N I Ks. 

New Westminster Rille Company {II. C.) Cirj,t,.'n Kl 

.S Seoullar. 
St. Jolin Bitle (joiiipniiy (X.ll.) Vniilnin, .1. T T. H cit 
SaiiltStf. Marie Rille (Half) Company ("(ir) AtU h. I 

for (.'omiiiand to Saiilt Ste. Marie Half B:it;i rv - : 

Mountain Artillery. Liiniteiwiit, Tims. .\. P. Tiw- 1«. 
St. .lean Baiitiste Infantry Comiialiv {Men.) €■ 

TlieophileTliiliaiilt. 
Victoria Ritle Company fB. C.) Captain, P. Won:; , . ;:. 



The .Militia is divided into active and reserve l.iii i m.l 
iiiarint' force 'llii! active hind and marine foree 1> mih. 
posed of men raised cither liy vfiliintary enli.stii.ut 'i 
liallot, anil the reserve force consi.Hts of the wIkiIl- > i Mi 
men not serving in the ac'tive militia of the tiiiii: '".iii:. 
Tlic period of service is three years. 

The strength of the Active Militia in Octoher, b\ 
(not including "C" Battery Reniment of ('au.id;aii 
Artillery, in jiroeess of formation at Victoria, B.C., aU'l 
"D" Coinpftiiy, Infantry School Corps, atmnt to In- 
established at London, Ont.) was as follows :— Caviliy, 
],i)8"; Field Artillery, 1,440; Garrison Artilleiv, :,:;'»); 
EiifedneerK, IT'.t ; Infantry, ;il,8,'12 ; Total, :i7,7:'.'!. 



PKOVINCE OF ONTARIO. 

Sbat op Qovbrnment— Toronto. 
LiiuTENANT GovBRNOK.— Sir Alexander Campbell, K.C.M.G. C. Law, Official Sec'y; H. Vernon, Private *c> 

BXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Attorney General Hon. Oliver Mowat. 

Obmmitsioner of Crown Lands " T. B. Pardee. 

Onmmitsioner of Public Works " C. P. Fraser. 



Secretary and Registrar Hon.A.S. Hardy. 

7*reas. and Oammis. of Agriculture ... " A. HI. Koss 
Minister of Edwiation " G. W. Ross. 



K. F. B. JohnatoD, Clerk of Executive Council. J. Lonsdale Oapreoi, Assistant Clerk. 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 

Uon. J.\coB Baxter, Speaker. 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



NVME. 



P. 0. ADDHESS. 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



NAME, 



P. 0. ADDRJ'J- 



Addington John S. Miller Centreville 

Algoma East K. A. Lyon Michael's Bay 

Algoma Wtsl J. C!onmee Port Arthur 

Brant, iV. S WUlian. B.Wood ....St. George 

Brant, S. K Uon. A. k!. Hardy ....Toronto 

BrockviUe Hon. C. F. Fras&r Toronto 

Bruce, N. R John W. S. Biggar....Bur(?oyne 

Bruce, S. R H. P. O'Connor Walkerton 

Bruce, C. R Walter McM. Back. ...Kincardine 

CardweU W. H. Hammell Beeton 

Oarleton Q. W. Monk Sonth March 

Oorn'U (6 Storm'nt..'WiniAm Mack Cornwall 

'jhifferin Falkner C. Stewart ...Orangeville 

Dundas T. F. Chamberlain ...Mnrrlsburgh 

Durham, E. R Thomas D. Ciaig Port Hope 

Durham, W. R Jas. W. McLiiughlin.Bowmanville 

Elgin, E. R Thomas Mel. Nairn .Aylmer 

Elgin, If. R Andrew B. Ingram ...St. Thomas 

Essex, N. H Gaspard Pacaud Windsor 

Esfx, S. R W. D. Balfour Amherstburgh 

Friiiitenac Henry Wilmot Kingston 

Glfngarry lames Rayside Lancastpr 

Grenville Ftederick J. French .Prescott 

Grey,N. R D. Creightou Owen Sound 

Orey, C. R Joseph Uorke Clarksburgh 

Grey, S. R lohn Blythe Orchard 

Bcddimand Hon. Jacob Baxter. ..C.syuga 

Halton W. Kerns Burlington 

Hamilton John M. Gibson Hamilton 

Hastings, }\. R Gilbert W. Ostram ...Trenton 



Hastings, E. R W. P. Hudson Roslln 

Hastings, N. R A F. Wood Madoc 

Huron, E. R T. Gibson Wroxeter 

Huron, S. R Archibald Bishop Hay 

Huron, W. R Hon.A.McLaganRossToronto 

Kent,E.R R. Ferguson Thamesvilla 

Kent, W.R James Clancey Wallaceburi/h 

Kingston James H. Metcalfe... Kingston 

Lambum, B. R Peter Graham Warwick 

Lambton, W R. ...Hon. T. B. Pardee . ...Toronto 

Lanark, N. R Daniel Hilllard PakiDham 

Lanark, S. R William Lees Fallbrook 

Leeds, S. R Robert H. Preston.. ..Newboro' 

Lennox W. W. Meacham Odesfa 

Lincoln William Oarson ....St. Catharia- 

London W. R. Meredith London 

Middlesex, E. K Richard Tooley Harrietsvil- 

Middlesex, N.R John Waters Springbanli 

Middlesex, W.R Hon. G. W. Ross Toronto 

Mnnck Richard Harconrt. ...Welland 

Muskoka George F. Marter. ...QraTenhurst 

Nm-folk, S. R William Morgan Walsingbaui > 

Norfolk, N. R John B. Frefcnan . ...Simooe 

; NorthumOerVd £...W. A. Willoughby....Colborne 

XorthumberVd IK...Corelli 0. Field Cobonrg 

j Ontario, N. li Isaac J. Gould Uxbridge 

i Ontario, S. R John Dryden Brooklln 

! Ottawa F,. H. Bronsou Ottawa 

I Oxford, JV. H Hon. 0. Mow.if Toronto 

I O^ord, S. R Angus M Kay TngersoU 



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PKOVINUE OK ONTARIO. 



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(R C.) (>;.("■)., K'l. 

i/.fi(i';i, J. T. T. Hi!U. 
|innv (lint.) Atu li.M 
laiic Half H;itl. ;v ■ 
,Tli(>s. A. P. T>w 1-. 
my (.Mail.) C ■•■'<», 

aptaiii, P. \V(>'.'.: L . ;:. 



!■ ami reserve l.lli I iii'l 
il marine force i,~ i uin- 
)hiiitary eiilintiii>iii ui 
Hts (if the wlidk' "I til" 
litia of llie tiiiii.' 'iviu;. 
rs. 

ilitia ill Oi'tdbi'i, b^? 
eglmeiit of (,'au>i(!;,iii 

at Victoria, B.C., uU'l 
1 Corp.H, alitiut t'l !"■ 

as follows :- Cavii;y, 
■ri.son Artillery, :,:;"') : 

; Total, ;i",7;i'!. 



eruon, Privatt *t>';, 

Hon. A. S. Hard). 
" A. M. Uoss 
" a.W. Ros*. 

Clerk. 



p. 0. ADDRKi. 

RoBlln 

Madoc 

VVroxeter 

op Hay 

a RoBB Toronto 

.....Thamesville 

Wallacebur?!! 

alfe... Kingston 

Warwick 

lee . ...Toronto 
I Pakinhmn 

Fallbrook 

ton....Newboro' 

m Odesfa 

)n ....St. CathariH- 

1 London 

r Harrietsvil- 

Springhaiik 

188 Toronto 

nrt. ...Welland 
ter. ...QraTenliurBt 

n Walsinghiim '.< 

an . ...Simooe 
Uby....Colborne 
I Coboiirjr 

Uxbridge 

Brookltn 

. . . .Ottawa 

Toronto 

. .. .Ingersoll 



C0:<^ITOB!«CIE!i. NAME P. 0. ADDHKHS, 

Pirrf/ Smnd Sam. ArmstronK McKollar 

j>>f\ K. CtiUhnlm Br..implon 

/Vft/„ y. R Ueori{t) Ileai liUtowvl 

?nUi, S. R Tho«. Ballantyns Stratford 

frttiiixrrn', K. R ...TIiomaH Hlezard Vllllers 

f,tM>nro\ W. ie....8tratton Peterboro' 

fntcnU Albert BTanturel Alfred. 

fhnv Kdward J. A. 8pragii<< DemoreHtTllle 

Renfreui, S. R J. A. McAudruw RtnfrnW 

Hmfrmj, iV. R Thomai Murray Pembroke 

ftuiuU AIhz. Koblllard Ottawa 

S-.inone, K R Charles Driiry Crown Hill 

hwJK, W. R Thnma* Wylle Stayner 

»iM«, '.'. R OrHou J. Phelpi Phelpiton 

loTOTto Edward K. Clarke . ...Toronto 

OrnocRS or thr Leoihlatiti Ai4.sembi,t.— Oharlea T. 
dUT-ftry ; Arthur H. aydere, Clerk AvulRtant; J 
Csrtwri^bt, Law Clerk; F. .1. Ulackmeyur, 8eri{eant-at 



co:«STiTOE!«cirH. 



NAMK. 



P. O. ^DDHIIMI. 



n^^..!^ / Henry K.Clarke Toronto 

'*'^"''"' UohuMTi Toronto 

Vieloria, K. R John Fell Bnry'i (Ireoo 

Vicliiria, W R John 8. Orueia Linden Valley 

WaUirlno, iV. K K. W. B. Snider 8t. Jacobi 

\VnUrloo,S R laaac Maaler WanhlnRton 

WMand lamua K. Mnrin KIditeway 

W-IHnglon, S. /{.... Donald Quibrle Oiielph 

W'llinfflon, K. R. .CharleH Clarke Klora 

yr4Ungton,WR....\.H Allan Clifford 

W^tunnrUi, N. R....J. McMahnn Uandat 

WImtUHirth, S. R ...Nln)<ulaa Awroy Blobrook 

I'ork, E. R OeorRH B Smith Toronto 

Yirrk, W. R John T. Qilmour W. Toronto Ju'n. 

I York, N. R I. H. Widdlfleld Newmarket 

, Olllmor, Clerk of the Ilouae, and Clerk of the Crown ta 
M. Delamere, Clerk; John Notman. AccouDlant; John R. 
Arms; P. <J'Bri«n. Hoime Keeper and Chief Mennenner. 



PnovixciAiSECRtTART'.'* OrncE— Hon. A. 8. Hardy. Pro- 
iln.'lal Secretary; Oeo. K. LiiraHden, A»"!r.i«ii' Secretary; 
; b McLanhlan, Chief Clerk; J D Warde L. U Irving 
inl R. A. Kiton, Clerkn; Artliur Hurtchaell.Mtiienger. 

DEPARTMENT OP ASTLUMS, PRIMNH AND PUBLIC CBAKITIES 

roanw'ted with the Departmentof the Hon. the PruTlnclal 
«Mr»Urv) — I>r. W. T. O'Reilly and II. Christie, Inspectors 
.fPrifcinsand Public Charities; H. Huyes. Chief Clerk: F. 
M. Nicholson, Shorthand Writor; J. Mann, Accountant; 
J ,«U()a, MeHsenner. Provincial Bailiffs (attached to In- 
ip<ctor's Office) for the trannfer of pritinners. lunatics Ac, 
J, English, J. Waddell, P. Simser.K. McLaughlin. Asylum 
for Wic Iniant, Thronlo.—D. Clark, M.D., M^^dlcal Superln- 
Kodent ; Thos. J. Tracy, Bursar. Atylum for the Insane, 
io'idoH.— R. M. Biicke, M.D., Medical Superintendent; 

, Bursar. Atyhtm for the Insane, Kingston.— 

C K. Clarke, M.D., 5Iedical Snporiutendont: William 
Ai({lin, Bur«»r. Asylum, for the Insane, UamUton. — 
J Russell, M.D., Medical Superintendent; B. Way, 
Biiriwr. Asylum for Idiots, Orillia.—A. H. Beaton, M.D., 
Mwllcal Superintendent; B. Mullln, Bursar. Institution 
'r(^< litaf and Dumb. li^AU.viUe.—V.. Mftthison, Superln- 
•fnlent; A. Livingston, Bursar. Institution for Iht Blind, 
Srar,ttord.—A. H. Dymond, Principal ; W. N. Hossie, 
furwir. Central Prison of Ontario, Tironlo.—JM. Missie, 
ifwdon; George Whelor, Bursar. Reformatory for Boys, 
lyncvKuisliene. — Thos. McCrosson, Supeiiuteudent; W. 
P. Band, Bursar. Andrew Mercer Reformatory for 
Y^mat.s and Induit.rial Refuge for Oirls, 7bro«to.— Mrs. 
VReilly, Superintendent; R. W. Laird, Bursar. 

WsPECTOR OF Division Courts (connected with the 
Department of the Hon. the Provincial S«cretary).— 
Jwjpb Dickey, Inspector; J. B. Macdonald, Clerk. 

License and Criminal Justice Accounts Audit Branch 

SDLftcted with the Department of the Hon. the Provincial 
secretary).— Henry Totteu. Chief Clerk ; J. P. McDonell, 

(■■ .K. McLaurIn and F. X. Kerman, Clerks. 

Reoistrar-General's Office.— Hon. A. S. Hardy. Regis- 
tritKieneral ; H. S. Crewe, Inspector; Frederick Warwick, 
Chief Clerk; J. McGIU Ridley. Frank Jones, G. L. Pardee 

lal T. F. Callighau, Clerks. 
Provincial Registrar's Office.— Hon. A. 3. Hardy, 

Prormcial Registrar; J. F. C. Ussher, Deputy Registrar; 

owsje llobbs, Chief Clerk; and Frank Yeigh, Clerk. 
Ti.tASURER's Department.— Hon. A.M Ross, Treasurer ; 

W. K. Harris, Assistant Treasurer; F. A. Carrell, Chiet 

OliTKiL. V. Percivaland W. N. Douglas, Clerks; C. H. 

.'proiile. Auditor; L. W. Ord. A. J. Rattray, T. P. Ste .vart, 

TWe.ls, Clerks; J. J. Walsh, Messenger. 
r'KTiNciAL Board of Health (connected with the De- 

rHrtment of the Hon. the Pro-'iicisl Treasurer) —C. W. 

Cc-vraton, .M.D., Toronto, Chairman; Peter H. Bryce, 

Ma., M.B.. Toronto, Socretary. W. II. H. MuHson, Clerk. 
I.t^oector of Insurance (connected with the Depait- 

Hen: if the Hon. the Provincial Treasurer).— J. Howard 

Huai-r. M. A., Inspector; T. M. Simon?. Clerk. 
^MIGRATION Department (connected with the Depart- 

".tt of the Hon. the Provincial Treasurer).- Secretary, 

favil .Speuce; ISdwin Jenkinson, Clerk. 
EiifCATiON Department of Ontario (for the general 

^ministration of the High and Public School Laws). 

Uucation 0(fice.—\lon. G. W. Ross. LL.B., Minister of 

E'icwion ; J. G. Hodgins, LL.D., Deputy Minister of Edu- 



cation ; A. Marling, LL.B., Secretary to KdiicAtl.in Depart- 
ment; F. J Taylor. Chief Clerk and Accountant; Henry 
Alley, Private SecreUry to the Minister; S. P. Mav. M.D.. 
Sufierintendent of Mochaiiica' Institutes and Art .Schools; 
J. T. R. StiDson. H. M. Wilkinson, A. C Paull. F. N.Nudel, 
Clerks; J. H. J. Kerr, K. Williams, W. W. Jeflers, R. J. 
Bryce. T. Greene, H. R. Voiing, Junior Clerks; W. Lemon, 
Messenger ; L. .McCorkindale, Caretaker. Offlres in the 
Departmental Buildings, St. James* S<]uar«, Toronto. 

Crown Lands Department, Ont — Hon. T. B. Pardee, 
Commissioner; Aubrey White, Assistant Commissioner; 
G. Kennedy, Law Clerk ; T. W. Oib.'tou, Short-hand Writer. 
F)ree Orantsand Sales Branch— K. KIrkwood, ChUf Clerk; 
J. M. Grant, P. Alma, Jullxn Sale, Clerks; J. J. Murphy, 
Clerk Free Grants. Surveys, Patents and Rixidii. — 0. B. 
Kirkpatriok, P.L.8., Chief Clerk; W. Revell, W. F. Lewla, 
Clerks; K. Fox. P.L.S, Chief Clerk, Patents; A. J Taylor, 
Clerk; H. Smith, Supt. Colonization Roads; C. Cashman, 
Clerk, l^oods and Pir'sts Branch— (i. B. Cowper. Chief 
Clerk; A White, J. A. G. Crozier, H. R Hardy. Clerks. 
Accnunts Branch— V. G. Ross, Accountant; It. H Browne. 
Chief Clerk. Agents Ileturns ; K. Ii«igli. Clerk '. J. Morphy. 
Registrar; C.P.Hlgglns.Clork; J Biadshaw. Office Keeper; 
A. McDonald. Messenger. D. ICinnan. Night Watchman, 

Crown Timber Agents.— OHuvih.— J. Poupore. Agent; 
C. S. McNntt, Assistant: J. Ritchie. E T. Smith. Clerks ; 
R. Mills, Messenger. Bellevile.— J. F. Way, Agent 

Crown Land Agents. 
Apsley ....Duncan Anderson | Marksvxile A. 0. Dnncan 



Bracehridge T. C. Taylor 

Bruce Mines... ■,^nhu F. Day 
Brudmell John Whelan 



MaUnwa B.J. Gilligan 

Mind^.n W. Fielding 

Nipissing J. 8. Scarlett 



EganviUe James Reeves , Plevna 0. W. Dawaon 

Emsdale E. Handy Parry S'd...Mn. T. Mankay 

ITaliburUm ....C R. Stewart i /V,m6rofc«....Adam Kennedy 

Kingston R. Macpherson ; Sault Ste. J»/un>.C. P. Brown 

VAmahle J. R- Tait , Sturgeon fltif«.J.D.Cockburn 

ilagnetewan S. 0. best, Thunder Bay. Amos Wright 

Department op Public Works.— Commissioner, Hon. 
C. F. Fraser; Secretary, Wm. Edwards; Architect, Kivas 
Tully; Engineer, R. McCallum; LawClerk and Accountant, 
J. P.' Edwards: Draughtsmen, F. A. Heakes, R. P. Falr- 
; bairn, T. M. Hennessy ; Clerks. Marmaduke Wilson, S. 
Q. O'Gradv; Messenger, C. A. McDonald. 

ATTOhNET-GENEKAL'-sOFFiCE.— Hon. Oliver Mowat, Attor- 
ney-General; E. F. B.Johnston, Deputy; J. R. Cartwrlnht, 
Legal S3cretary; J. Lontdald Capreol, Assistant Clerk 
Ex-Council; Matthew Currey. John McLachlan and 
Charles A. Fitch. Clerks; Michael Smith, Housekeeper; 
Clarence Bell. Copying Clerk and Messenger. 

Board of Examiners of P. L. Surveyors.— The Hon. 
Commissioner of < rown Lands. President, cx-o//iao; Mem- 
bers, F. F. "asKinore. Toronto . T. F. Gibbs, Adoiphustown ; 
A.C.Webb. Brigliton ; H. Wilson, Mount Forest; P. 8. 
I Gibson, Willowdiile; Prof. Chapman (Examiner in Geoi- 
j ogy). Toronto. George B. Kirkpatrick, Secretary, To- 
\ ronto. 

AsSOCIAriONOFPROVINCIAl LAND SURVEYORS.— Officers for 
1887-88:— Pr'jsident, George B. Kirkpatrick, Toronto; 
Vice-President, John Gall>ralth. M.A., AM. Inst. C. E., 
Toronto; Sec. Tress . Willis Cbipman. B.A.Sc, Brock- 
ville; Councillors. Matthew J. Butler, A.M. Inst. C. E., 
Xapanee: Villiers Sankoy, Toronto: P. 3. Gibson, B.Sc, 
Willowdale; Audictort, George B. Abrey, Toronto; Lewis 
Bolton, I.istowel. 



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PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 

Scat op Uovkhkmint— iJuiDic. 

LiiutinantUovirnor.— lion. L. K. R. Mmhoii; Mr. Ilunry Hh«pp«rd, Aldsde-Caiup; CbM, J. Biirruugbii. 

PrlTnteSecreUry; W niter Laiiiion, MviieiiK«r. 



IXIt'UTlVg COUNCIL. 



Prrmirr and AttornfyOtnrral Hon. h. 0. Tallinn 

9i)mmunontr nj Criruin Laniit " l'. Oarneau 

(Without I'orlfollo) " D. A. HoM 

" Arthur Turrotte 



Vreaiurfr Hon. Joi, 8h»Ii>i. 

/VwinetVj/ Stcrttary " C. A.K. 0»|{n n 

A)»n. q^ Agric. <# I'ub. Wiirkt " .Ian McSbao'* 

SoUcitor-Gmrrnl " Ocn. Duhtnul 

Of riCERg.— G. Qrenler, Clerk Kseciitlve Council ; I». S T. Norniamlln, Cl*rk ; 0. Valle* and 8. Gilbert, .MsMMiMn 

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Ilnn. I>. B. Di LaBrueri!, 9p«aker. 



DIVISION. 

Alma Hon. 

Btic^ord " 

Ohaouinigant. " 

Df. Lanaitditre " 

Dela Duranlay " 

Dt la Vallievf.. " 

D* Lorimif.r,,. " 

D', Halabfrry. " 

OrandvUle " 

Qi^. » 

Inkerman " 

Kenntbfc '■ 



NAMK. P. 0. ADUREHH. 

KlTard Montrral 

Thomai Wood Dunham PlatR 

John .loneH Hon . .„8te. An.de la Par 

V. P. Uvallee St. Keltlde ValoU 

I'lurre Qarueau. . . ..Quebec 

K. X. U. M6thot, St. I'lerre 1p« Bfiiuet* 

J. O. LaTlolette Montreal 

l(. Htarnei Monlreal 

KIlK^e DIonne 8te An.dttla Poc. 

D. A. lioH Quebec 

George Bryaon Mansfleld 



DIVI8I0."*. NAME. P. 0. ADDR«l!» 

La Sail* Hon. F. X P. Larue .St. Aui<u»tin 

LaurfMidei ... >' .Jean Klh Glngras. ...Quebec 

Lauinn " O.Coutrre IjevU 

li. 0. C'inmpaKne....St. Kuntachi- 
G. B. de Boucherrllle..Bouch«rTll!« 
LouU ArchambeHUlt..l<'Aiiiininptinti 

B. Pruilhomme Parish Monlrell 

P.B deUBriidre(Sp.).St. Hyariotht 

J. A. Dorlon St, Durg 

.lohn Hearn Quebec 

JtimuR Ferrler Montreal 

F. K Qilman Monereiil 



Millf. Mfi " 

MonlanrilU .... " 

Rfpfnligny .... " 

Higaud "' 

R^ugf.iKonl . ... " 

Snrtl " 

Stadaenna " 

Victoria " 

Wf.Uington .... " 



L. K. Pvcaud ArthabaRkaTllle 

OfriOERS OF TnE Leoislativk Council.— G. B. de Bouchervllle, Clerk, Master In Chancery and Accountant; K 
Deiaulnler*, Clerk of Private Bllle; R CanipKll AggUtaut Clerk. Clerk of KnglUh Journala and AcrniinUat: 
Legendre, Clerk of French Journaln and TruiiHlator; A. Freuette, Permanent Clerk and SergMOt-at-Arnii, ;> 
Hatt. Gentleman Ugher of the Black Rod: F. Dronin, Z. Fortler and G. Nolet, Messeniferg. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Hon. .1. a. C. Wurtele, Spjaker. 



constituencies. name. p. O. ADDREH.'j. 

Arge.nteuil Willfuni Owens Moiitebello 

Bagot Jimeph Pllrn St. Kpbrema'Upton 

Btauce. Hon. Jean Blanchet... Quebec 

BrauharruiU Kile Hercule Ulssoo . BeauharnoU 

Btllechaiie N. H. E. Faucher ....Quebec 

Brrthitr LouIr Sylvegtre Isle de" Pads 

Bonavf.nturt Dr. H.J. Martin Carleton 

Brome Hon. W. W. Lynch. ..Knowlton 

Chambly Autolne Rorheleau... St. Hubert 

Champlain Ferdinand Trudel....St. Stanislas 

Oiarlevoix Joseph Morln Bale St. Paul 

Chatrauguay .... J. K. Robidou.x Montreal 

Chicout. aSagw.K. St. HiUire St. Prime. L.St. Jean 

Oompton John Mcintosh, jun.Watervllle 

Deux-Montagnes. iiea. Beauchamp St. Hermas 

Dorchester L. N. Larochelle St. Aneelme 

Drum. <£• Arlhab.J. E. Glrouard Drummondvllle 

Oaspi Hon. E. J. Fl>nn Quebec 

Roch'laga J. 0. ViUeneuve Montreal 

Huntingdon Dr. A. Cameron Huntingdon 

rbervillt ....Hon. D. Dubaniel.... Montreal 

Jacques CtaWier... Arthur Boyer Montreal 

Joliettt Louis Basinet St. Chas. Borroniee 

Kamouroika . ...C, A. G. Ga(;non . . . .Riviere Ouello 

Laprairie 0. Goyetie St. Constant 

V Assomptien ....Luagar Forest L'Assomption 

Laval P. E. LeBlanc Montreal 

Livit F. X Lemieuz i^uebec 

L'Islft li". 0. M. Deohene Quebec 

LotMniere E. H. Laliberte Warwick 

Maakinonqi Edouard Caron Louiseville 



C0.N8TITUENCIES. NAME. P. 0. ADDRg-S 

Montcalm Hon. L. i). Taillon.... Montreal 

Muntmagny N. Bernatchez St. Thomas 

Mmilmorency L. 0. Denj'trdins Levis 

Montreal, East ...L. 0. David .Montreal 

Montreal, »rn»t...J.8. Hall.jun Montreal 

.Montreal, Centre. Jumfs McShane Montreal 

.y<tfnerville Eugene Lsfontaiae... Montreal 

iVicotet L. T. Uorais St.OregoireleOranl 

Ottawa A. Rochon Hull 

Quebec, Hast Hon. Jos. Shehyn . .. Quebec 

Pimtiac W.J. Poupore Chichester 

Portneitf Jules Tessler Quebec 

Quel>ec, Centre.. ..Mr. R. F, Rinfret Quebec 

Quetjec, West Owen .Murphy Quebec 

Quebec (Cnunty)..!'. C. Oasgrain Quebec 

Richelieu L. P. Cardin Sorel 

Richmo'd if- ^^o'/<!Jacques Plcard Wotton 

Rimnuski E. 0. Martin St. Octave le Metis 

Rouville Edmond Lnreau .Montreal 

SV. Hyacinihe ....Hon. H. Mercler .Montreal 

St. Jean Hon. F. Q. Marc-band. St. Jean d'lber^iilf 

St. Maurice L. T. N. L. Duplessls. Three Rlver> 

Shefford 

Sherbronke Hon. J. G. Robertson. Sherbrooke 

Soulanges 0. Q. Bourbunnais ...Montreal 

Slanste.ad Ozro Baldwin DixviUe 

Timiscouata G. H. Degch6neB Ste. Eplphaue 

Terrebonne O. A. Nantel St. Jerome 

Three Rivers Hon. A. Turcotie. . , .Three Rivers 

Vaudreuil Alfred Lapointe . ...St. Just, de .V'ijw.ud 

Verchires A. E. E. Lussier Varennes 

Yamaska Victor Gladu St. Francois d: I.nc 



Megantic A. S, Johnson Thetford 

Missisquoi E. E, Spencer Freligsburg 

Officers of the Leqislative Assembly.— Louis Delorme, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly ; Dr.Q6d6on Lar-.iiw. 
Sergeaut-at-Arms; Paul E.Smith, Deputy Clerk, Clerk of the English Journal and Records; J. Wbydden, Agai-tant 
Clerk of the English Journal; Laurent Simoneau Accountant; Edouard Lemoine, Clerk of Private Bills Commr.tee; 
Charles Delagrave, Assistant Clerk of Private Bills ; Buteau Turcotte, Chief French Translator; N. Legendae, Aut'^in* 
Dessane, J. E. Z. Bouchard and Philippe Bouchard, Assistant French Translators ; Crawford Lindray, Chief EiUj-'ath 
Translator; Lawrence Stafford and Joseph E, TrefTry, Assistant English Translators; B. Marquette. Clerk of Va«« 
and Proceedings; G. ViUeneuve, Assistant Clerk of Votes ond Proceedings, Louis Fortler, Clerk of the French J'lir- 
nal and Petitions; J. A. Macdonald, Assistant Clerk of French Journal and Petitions; Ed. Demers, Clerk of Com. 
mittees; Adjutor B. Demers, Clerk of Printing and Records, Stationery ; Z. Dubamel, Postmaster; F. X. G-HzticD. 
Assistant Postmaster; P P. Daunais, Chief Copying Clerk; Olivier Robitaille, Chief Messenger; A. P;l!-tier. 
Simeon 0agn6, E. Qauvrean, E. Littlejohn, George Workman, Andr6 Bouchard and George Dubois, Messengers. 



Provincial Registrar's Department.— Hon. C. A E. 
Gagnon, Provincial Registrar: [. C. Langelier, Deputy 
Registrar; Etlenne Poitrasand Hermenegilde Hoy, Clerks. 

Department of the Law Officers of the Crown.— Hon. 



L. 0. Taillon, Attorney-General; Hon. G. Uuhame, So'ioi- 
tor-Oeneral ; Joseph K. Defoy, Assistant to the Law OSc'ers 
ot the Crown; H. Delagrave and E. A. J. Cote, Ork^: 
W. Dub6 and J. T. Lamb, Messengers. 



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PKOVINCK OF QUEBEC— NEW BRUNSWICK. 



65 



V . 



IKK. .1. Biirrougba, 



...Hon. Jn», Hh»h);, 
.... " C. A.K.Oaifn .1) 
.... " JMMiSbaD. 
.... " Q*n. I)iih«aiii 

nilb«irt, Mitri«>'nr«ri 



P. 0. ADDRtoi) 

....St. AuKUftin 
ras. ...Quebec 

liOVll 

nfl....9t. Ku»t«rh- 

rfllle.BoucherTlll* 

eHult..l<'Aiiiininptinii 

Pariah Montr«il 

B(8p.).8t. Ily«clatfc« 

St. Ourg 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Monrreiil 

and Acronntant: f L, 
1« and Acroiintaat: N. 
?ern»ant-at-Armj, S. g. 



p. O. ADDRH.^H 

n.... Muntrenl 

St.ThomHF 

Levis 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Montreal 

iBe...Montreiil 

St. Qregoire le fi'snl 

Hull 

n ... Quebec 
Chichester 

Quebec 

Quebec 

Quebec 

... .Quebec 

Sorel 

Wotton 

St. Octave 'le M«li» 

Montreal 

Montreal 

and. St. Jean d'lber^iili' 
i.ils. Three Rlver^i 

tson.Sherbrooke 
is ...Montreal 

Dixville 

Ste. Epipharie 

St. Jerome 

I. . . .Three Rivers 

. . . .St. JuBt. de NijwtoD 

Varennes 

... St. Francois d: Ut 

ly ; Dr.Q6d6on Larc.iu*. 
; J. Whyddeu, Assi.'itaDt 
'rivate Bills Commi'.we; 
■; N. Legendae, Ant^ine 
Llndfay, Chief Km'Mi 
»rquette. Clerk of V tus 
erk of the French ..'■iir 
, Demere, Clerk of Com. 
ma^er; F. X. Ga^tirn, 
essenger; A. PjII^tier, 
ubois, Messengers. 



Hon. 0. Uuhame, Solki- 
stant to the Law OSctn 
E. A. J. Cote, Orks: 
;ers. 



SimiTART'N OrPirc— Hon. Char let A. Krnrit (laKnon, 
Pro'lii'lal itnUkty; I*. J. Jollt'our, Aiklitaiit Secretary; 
I) W. Colfftr. Chief ClKrk ; O. K. Campaau, Accountant; 
jiM. 0. (•aurtn, CbariM I«blanc, and (/'. K. [)eicbauipi, 
Clirku; I'. Hloiiln and V. Forget, MHSMangeri. 

TUAHiiHT DiHAHTHKNT.— Ho*. J.Hhebyn, Treaiurer; U 
T. Machin, Aaiiiitant Treaaurerand Sxcreliry of the Tre»- 
lury Hoard ; 11. Hemming, Book-keeper; 8. H. Holt, J. T. 
lUrriiwer, T. A. I'oiton, A. Broiuan P. K. Duval. I). Ilea, 
Cltrks; K. H. O'Kegan, Stenographer; II. Hughaa. W. 
jumnrr, Meaaengera. Audit Branch— 0. Drolet, Provln- 
ciil Auditor; F. 0. Tlmt, IVpiity Auditor: N. A. Qiard, 
T K. NelaoD, O. T. A. Kvanturvl. 0. J. Burroughs, K. 
Urocbe, and K. Drolet, Clerks; Q. Trudel, Meaaenger. 

DiPARTMi!«T or PoBLio Instrootion.— Hon. Oulmet, 
Superintendent of Public Instruction ; P. de Cazes and 
KaT. K. I. Kaxford, Cecretarles ; L. D4vlsme. First Clerk 
FroDch and Kugliah Corrcapondeurea ; J. H. Rlrhardaoa, 
.^iTMir.taut; U. Uulmet, Librarian; V. X. Coutllard, As- 
Mitant Accountant; W. O. L. Puxman, Clerk of Corres- 
poDdence; L. J. PrAJen. Recording Clerk ; L. I/efebvre, 
CharlHS lilanchet, Clerks; P. Prevoat, Storekeeper; A. 
bori. J. Blonin, J. BIttner, Meaaeugera. 

DlPARTMRIlT OP AORICULTURC AND PUBLIC WoRKN.— Hon' 

J. McHhane, Commissioner: 8. I^eaage, Asst. Commissioner, 
Xmeat Oagnon, Secretary; J. B. Derome, Kngineer and 
inpt of Public Works; P. Cousin, Assistant Kngineer: A. 
TrD(li<lle, Draflstnan; J. 0. Methot, Inspector of K^orka; 
P. M. Partridge, Accountant; A. F. d'Kschambault, Book- 
keeper ; L. U. Fontaine, DIr. of ColonlEatiun ; 11. A. Tur- 
;eoD, Asst. Dir. of Colonization ; K. A. Barnard. DIr. of Agri- 
culture; J. 0. Cnapais, Aast. do ; A. 0. (luilbault, Regis- 
trir; K. (lauvreau and J. B. C. Hebert, Clerks; P. Arch- 
imbault, P. Polrier, S Cot6, and F. X. Bllodeau, Mes'gers. 
Qyuncxl of AgrieiUtur'.— U. H. Massue, Varennes, Presl 
dtnt; Qeorge Leclorc, Secretary-Treasurer. Hons. J. J. 
Rom, Ste. Anne de la P6iade; (}. Oulmet, Quebec; L.Beau- 
bl«n, M.P P., Montreal; L. Archambault. I'Assomptlon ; 
Klisee DIonne, St. Anno de la Pocatiere; H. U. Joly, Lot- 
Mniere; Messrs Col. Rhodes, Sllleiy; S. N. Blackwood, 
Sbefford ; J. M. Browning, Longuell ; A. Casavant, St. 
Dmninique; K. J Dnblols, Quebec; Auguste Guilbault, 
Kllzahr>ili; A. Somerville, Lower I.achine : S. L«sHge, 
Quobuc; A. Marsan, I'As-omptlon; H. Lussier, St. Vin- 
ccnt-de-Paui ; Aug. Ciisgrain, Rlviere-Ouelle; E. Casgraln, 
L'lalet; L. J. Lemlre, Baie-du-Febvre ; Charles Olbb, St. 
Paul, Abbottsford. Office, 76 St. Gabriel St., Montreal. 

Department OF Crown Lands.— Hon. P. Garneau, Com- 
miisioner; E. E. Taoh6, Assistant Commissioner; C. E. 



GanTln. Superlntandent of Bui-reyt; Jnlea Tarht. P. M. A. 
Oenest and V. X (Jfnost. Burveyora and Draughtsmen ; 
H. O'Siillivan and D. C. Morencv, Inapertora of Snrvaya; 

D. C. Markedle, Accountant and Caablcr; I. K. ■.■epage, At. 
alatan*. Arcnuntant and Cashier; Alfred Part, Hupt of 
WiHids and Foraata; W. K. Colllua. Supl. of Laud Salea, 
Section Weal; L. L. Rlvard. Hupt. of Land flalea. Section 
Kaat; C. A. Paranl. Clork In charge of Stationery; If. 
Chaaa«, T. Morklll. V. Derome, T. P. Morin, C. O. Lavol*. 
J. M. Turcot, K. Keroaek, A. Pauchxr, A. Dumaia, Paul 
Plctrd, J. Grenlar, W. H. Hatch, J. Crelgbton, G. BInfret, 
li. H. B. Garneau, Clerka; J. N. Proulx, Kaglatrar and 
Flah and Game Hupt.; G. A. Varln, Secretary of Cadastre; 
C. Chartre. Assistant Secretary of Cadastre; L. N. Du- 
ft-esne, Draughtsman ; J. Caron. Ofllce Keeper; J. Flset, 
A. Lacasse, and L. S. Caron, Messengera. 

Ornum Timber and Land ./4(f(n<«.— Montreal, D. Tasre, 
Agent; Three RlTera, E. Lacerte, Agent; Tadousac, A. 
Gingras, Agent; Malbale, L. A. I'onllanne. Sub- Agent; 
Ohiooutlmt, J. O. Treniblay, Agent; Robflrval,G. Audet, 
Agent; New Carliaie. W. Magulre, Agent; St. Alesli 
Metapedia, 0. Martin, Sub-Agent; Quebec, II., I. Ctaaloner, 
Collector of Crown Timber Duea; Bryaon, W. Clarke, 
Agent; Hull. Robt. Farley, Agent; Maniwnkl, .1. Conieau, 
Agent; Thurso, J. A. Cameron, Jun., Agent; Grenvllle, A. 
B Fllliin. A^ent; Waterloo, R. Kemp, Agont; Arthaliaska, 
viile, A. Oagnon, Agent; St. Francais, Beauce, W. H. B. C. 
da I.«ry, Agent; Ste Claire, J. E. Cayouette.Sulv Agent; 
Montmagny, E. Renault, Agent; Kimouski West, G. 
Sylvaln. Agent; Rlmouski East, Alox. Fraaer, Agent, real- 
dence Matane; Gaap6 Basin, W. H Annett, Agent ; I'erci, 

E. Flynn, Sub-Agent; Cap Chat, Louis Roy, sen.. Agent; 
' Quebec,J. E.Boily. Agent; Joliette. J. B. Delfansse, Agent; 

Upper Ottawa, John Poupore, Agent ; Sherbrookc. L. 

, Farwell, Agent; Riviere-du-Loup, F. K. Oagnon. Agent; 
Ottawa, J. Macdonald, Deputy Slide Agent; Fort Ti-mls- 
oamlngue, L. Gendreau 
Board or Land SuRVRTfRS op the Province op Quebco 

; (Incorporated under 46 Vic. c. 16). — Managing DirfcUiri: 
Antolne Paincbiiud, President. James Addle and John 

' Bignell, Vice-Presidents. 0. E. Gauvln, Jiecretary-Trea- 
surer. D. C Morency, J. N. Gastonguay, .1. A. U. Beaudry, 
ThoH llerllngnet, Geo. Roy, John Sullivan, Paul Dumikli, 
P. C Talbot. J. H. Ledair, W. A. Ashe. Commiltei> of 
Examintrs: John Bignell, D. C. Morency, J. N. Qaston- 

^ guay, Wm. A. Ashe, C, E. Gauvln. 

Queen's Printer's Office.— 0/7ic<rs—Chas. F. Langlois, 
; Queen's Printer; Charles Pageau. Book-keeper; Eduuard 
I 'Trudelle, French Traualator: J. N. Bour6, Messenger. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Seat op Qov«p\ment— Fredericton. 

Lieutenant Governor— His Honour Sir Samuel Leonard Tllley, C.B., K.C.M.G, Major Gordon, I.S.C, 

Colonel Armstrong, Aides-de-Camp, 



EXECUTIVl COUNCIL. 



Pnmitr and Attorney-General. .Hon. A.d. Blair 

Provincial Secretary " D. McLellan 

Surveyor-General " James Mitchell 

Chief Oimmii. Board of Horkt ... " P. Q. Ryan 



Solicitor-General Hon. R. J. Ritchie 

Member nf Council " A.Harrison 

" " " Gains S. Turner 

Clerk F. A. II. Straton, 



LEG'SLATIVE COUNCIL. 



Hon. D. Haninoton, President. 



0ODNTIE8. NAME. P. o. ADDRESS. COUNTIES. 

Ulbtrt Hon. J. Lewis Hlllsbnro' Restigouche. 

James Rvan Elgin 

George T, Hill St. Stepnen 

R. Young Caraquete 

0. Mclnerney Rlchibucto 

O. H. Flewelllng... 

A. A. Davidson.. ..Newcastle 

W. Kelly ..Chatham 

Francis Woods Weisford 

Ophcers op the Legislative Council — John E. Perks. Uahei Black Rod; 
Botfiford, Clerk; Henry J. Phalr, Clerk Assistant ; James S. White, Engrossing 



CfiaWoH« " 

Slmctiter " 

Kent 

Kings 

IfmrthumberVd 

(itietn't 



.Hon 



St. John " 

(t (( 

Sunbury " 

Westmoreland. " 

Ywfc " 



NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

. W. Hamilton Dalhousie 

J. C. Barberie Campbellton 

T. R. Jones St. John 

James Holley Portland 

A. Harrison Maugervllle 

A. D. Richard Dorchester 

F. P. Thompson . . Fredericton 
O.W.White 

Chas. H. Biggs, D)or Keept^r; Goorge 
Clerk. 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 

Hon. , Speaker. 



OONSTITOENCIES NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

JilbeH Wm. J. Lewis, M.D... Hillsborough 

" Hon. G. S. Turner ...Harvey 

OtrUton G. R. Ketchum 



I CONSTITUENCIES. NAM!. P. 0. ADDRKilA. 

Carleton M.C. Atkinson, M.D. 

I Charlotte Wm. Douglas 

I " Hon. Jas. Mitchell ...St. David's 



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NEW BRUNSWICK — NOVA SCOTIA — BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



I 




OONSTITaSNCIlS 



NIHE. 



OlwrUfUt Jamei Rouell ... . 

" George T. Hibbard . 

aiousetter Hon. P. 0. Ryan 

'• John Young ... . 

Keni Olirer J. LeBlanc . 

" J. D. Phlmey 

King': Wm. PuKsIeyJun. . 

" Qeorge L. Taylor . 

" Albert 8. Whit« 

Maodwatka Levlte Theriault 

if(nihuniberland.J. B. BurchlU ... . 

" W. A. Park ... . 

" Lemuel J. Tweedie . 

" Kmaat Hutchison . 

Queen't Albert Polmer ... . 

" T. Hetherlngton . 

RatigoHcht . ...Wm. Murray ... , 

" . ...C. H. LaBiUoiE ... . 



p. O. ADDRESS. 

.St Oeorge 
.St. Stephen 
.Caraquet 

.St. Marvi 
.Ricbibucto 



.Nuwcastle 
.Newcaatle 



■ Uampstead 

.Campbellton 
.Dalhouaie 



CONSTITnENCIES. 



NAME. 



■St. John {(My) ...S. Alwood, D.O.L. 
" " ...J. Berryman, M. /. 

" Hon. D. McLellr 

" Hon. R. J. Ritchie 

" W. A. Qttinton ... 

" A. A.Stockton... 

Sunbury Arthur Glaaier... 

'* Cha«. B. HarriHon 

VicUyria Geo. T. Baird .. 

Wtitrtwrdand ...Joseph L. Black 
" ...Ama«a E. Klllam... 

" ...D. L. Hanlngton 

" ...J. A. Humphrey 

York Hon. A. G. Blair 

" Wm. WlUon ... 

" Richard Bellamy 

" D. B. Moore, M.D. 



P. 0. ADDEMS, 

.St. John 

..Portland 
.St. J:>hn 
..St. John 
..St. JohD 



.Centre Perth 



..MoDcton 

..Dorchetiter 

..Salighury 

..Fredericton 

..Fredericton 

..Frederiston 



OrriOERS OF the Hodbe of Assbmblt— 9. J. BlifW, Olerk; J. Richards. Clerk AMlstant; John QrieTes, Serguot- 
at-Armi; 0. W. Beckwith, Arthur Glagler Lincoln and Albert Gregory, Engrossing Clerks. 



PaoTiJfOiAL Secretary's Office.— Hon. David McLellan, j 
Provincial Secretary and Receiver-General ; R. W. L. i 
Tibbita, Deputy Provincial Secretary; G. N. Babbitt, , 
Deputy Reeeiver-Gonor.f 1; E. Hanson, Clerk. 

SaR7E;oR JeneralM Department. — Hon. Jas. Mitchell, i 
Surveyor General ; Andrew Inches, Deputy Surveyor 
General; T. G. Loggie, Chief Draughtsman; W. P. 1 
Flewelling, Accountant and Lumber Agent. I 



Board of Works Department. — Hon. P. G. Ryan, Chief 
Commissioner ; T. B. Winslow, Secretary to Board of 
Works; A. G. Beckwith, Engineer; O. Fred. Co;, Clerk. 

Government Officers.— Jas. S. Beek, Auditor-GeDsrtI : 
Chas. H. Lugrin, Secrets .y Board of Agricultnrr; T. 
Carleton Allen, Clerk of the Pleas ; George J. Bli.sA. 
Deputy Clerk of the Pleas; H. G. C. Wetmore, Librarian 
John Lister, Caretaker Parliament Building. 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

Seat of Government— Halifax. 

Liiotenant Governor (and Deputy Governor for signing Mafriage Licflnses)— His Honour Matthew Henry Rtchey. 
Lt.-Col. H. W. Clerke, Private Secretary; Col. H. W. Gierke, Col. Charles T. Stewart, Provincial Aides-dB-Camp^ 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Mer>'.b'rs viithoul Office 



DreHdent of Council aad Pro- ~^~*. 

vincial Secretary Hon. W. S. Fielding 

Attorney- General " J. W. Longley 

Oommis. of Works avd Mi.ies . ... " Charles E. Church 

Retired Membert of Executive Cmtncil retaining their rank and precedence, by special permisri^n of Her Majesty.— 
Hon. Charles Tupper, C.B., Hon. William A. Henry, Hon. James McDonald, Hon. Samuel L Shannon, Hon. Alex. 
McFarlane. Hon. Adams G. Aruhib:xld- 



.Hon. Thomas Johnson 
.. '< A. M. McOillivray 
,. " Daniel McNeil 
,. " JohnD. McLeod 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Seat of Goveunment— Victouia, V. I. 
LiEUTENANT-GovERNon— Hon. Hugh Neii on. Private Secretai-y, IL Stancou, 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

President ... Hon. R. Dunsmuir 



Premier and Attorneij-Gencral Hon. A. E. B. Davie 

Provincial Secretary, Mm. of Mines 
and Clerk of ExemUivt Council.. .. " John Robson 



Chi'f Commissioner of Lands and 

Works ^. Hon. F. 0. Ver nou 

Minister of Finance d- Agricuiture . " J. H. Tu mer 



LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Hon. C. E. Poolet, Speaker. Thornton Fell, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly. 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



NAM-?. p. 0. AEDREBS. 

I Geori;e Cowau Barkcrville 

Cariboo < Joseph Masun B'.rkerville 

( Robert McLoese. . ..Soda Creek 

Cassiar John Grant Victoria 

Comox A M. StenhouHe Coniox 

r^„.;^h^^ ! Henry Croft Chemainus 

<^"'"''""* 1 K-^nrv Fry Quamician 

w.,.,.™«7* / D. W. Hljriiiiis Victoria 

^^"«*™«" ic. K, Pooley Victoria 

Kootenay Col. Jas. BaKnr Kootenay 

liiin^i f Kdward Allen Clinttm 

■^""^' \il.a. A. E. B. Davie. Victoria 

sr™„„.'»,- f Robi. Dunsmuir.... Victoria 
^'^'^<^^^° I Geo. Thomppon Nanaimo 



CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

N'emWestin'strCyyf. N. Bole New Westminstfcr 

(Vf. H. Laduir Ladner's l.andiii? 

New Westminster -l James Orr New WeBtminster 

( Hon .John lobson .Victoria 

(Robert Boaven Victoria 
Theodore Davie Victoria 
E.G. Prior Victoria 
J. n. Turner Victoria 

„. , ( G. W. Anderson. ...Saanich 

^'"""'^ 1 R. F. John Saanich 

f G, B. Martin S.Thompson Uivtr 

TaU. •< C. A. Semlin Cache Creek 

(.Hon. P. G. Vernon. Victoria 



Provincial Secretary's Lspartment. — Hon. John Rob' 
son. Provincial Secretary und Mlnistor of Mines; T. 
Elwyn. Deputy Provincial Secretary ; R. Wolfenden, 
Superintendent Printing UrMnoh. 

Attorney-General's Department. — Hon. Alexander 
B. B. Davie, Attorney-Qenara! ; P. M. Irving, jun., 
Deputy Attorney-General. 



Lands and Works Department. — Hon. P. 0. Vernon, 
Chief Commissioner; W.'S. Gore. Surveyor-General; H. H 
John. Draughtsman; S. Phipps. Clerk of Records. 

Treasury Depart.ment.— Hon. J. H. Turner, Minister 
of Fiuamie i\ud Agriculture; A. Flett, Deputy Treasurer; 
J. McB. Smith, Auditor. 



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«IA. [1888. BhSS.] 



p. 0. ADDRigs, 

...St. John 

...Portland 
...St. J:>hn 
...St. John 
...St. JohD 



...Centre Perth 

.Moncton 

...Dorcheiiter 

...Salisbury 

...FrederictoD 

...Fredericton 

...Frederieton 



>hn QrisTes, 3ergeaat- 

Hon. P. G. Ryan, Chief 
ecr«tary to Board of 
0. Fred. Coy, Clerk. 
!eek, Auditor-Oeneral : 
d cf Agrlcultar*; T. 
tag ; George J. Bliss, 
. Wetmore, Librarian 
Building. 



atthew Henry Rfchey. 
noial Aides-de-Camp. 



Thomas Johnson 
A. M. McGillivray 
Daniel McNeil 
John D. McLeod 
iri^n o/Htr Majaly.— 
ShannoD, Hon. Alex. 



Hon. F. 0. Ver noD 
, "' J. H. Tu mer 



ibly. 

P. 0. ADDRESS. 

New Westminettr 

....Ladner'8 liUmiiii^ 

New Westminnter 

ion. Victoria 

Victoria 

Victoria 

Victoria 

Victoria 

i....SaaDich 

Saanich 

S. Thompson RiriT 

Cache Creek 

on. Victoria 



—Hon. F. 0. Vernon. 
rveyor-Oeneral; B. II 
irk of Records. 
H. Turner, Minister 
tt, Deputy Treasurer; 



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67 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



fjlKL'TKNANT-QOVEBNOR- 



iW.jiMi-General Hon 

fM'ter of Public Works " 

IffA-iiicial Secretar;/ d; Treaaurer, " 
iimiir of Council " 



Skat hk Govkrnment— Charlottetown. 
Hon. Auilrcw A. MaiHlonald. j'Jlne.'is A. Macdonald, Private Secretary. 

EXKCI'TIVE COUNCIL. 

W. W. Sullivan I Memlter of Council Hon. .\. J. Mai'donald 

G. W. W. Ik'ntley " " " Neil MrLeod 

Donald Kuigu.sou I " " " J. O. Arsenatilt 

SaniUfl Prowse I " " " Jas. NJchoUou 

John Ijefurgfy ; 

H. F. Dt^Blois. Cleric. 



Qu'rn'.s Co. 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon. John Bai.dkr.ston, President. 

fChartnttetoivn ) ™,, w n ii King's Co. — 1st District J. W. Fraser, M. U. 

and hnyaltyf """"»'* »^- ""'*^' Snd District James Clow 

1st District A. U. Mi'Kenzie " I. G. Seringeonr 

" .. ..Jolin Balderston PrinceCo. — lr't District Joseph Murphy 

Snd District .... Alex. Martin " Benjamin Rof,'eis 

" .... J. Nieholson ^nd District i'ctcr Macnutt 

Kinr'sCo.— 1st District Thos. Kiekliaiu " Alex. Laird 

i>?itKRS OK Lkoisi.ativk Oousrii,. — John Ball. Clerk ; G. M<)nt;,'i)niery, Usher of Black Rod ; Benjamin 
Bal.erston, I{ci)orter; Alex. Cliaisson, Messen^;er ; Alex. Marlieatli, Doorkeeper. 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY, 

Hon. John A. McDonald, Speaker. 



iv.c-.'s C». 



K::.'s Co. 



{Chnrlottntown \ Hon. Neil MeLeod 
and Rofialty j Patrir;k Blake 
1st District ... Peter Sinclair 

....J. M. Sutherland 

Snd District Donald Mac Kay 

" .... Donald Farqiiharson 

3rd District .. ..Hon. Donald Ferg.ison 

....liUciiisO. Kellv. 
Wi District .. ..D. C. Martin 
" .. ..George Forties 

{(ieorgctn.on \ Daniel Gordon 
and Royalty] Kon. A. J. Macdonald 
Ut District 



Kinjr's Co.... i'Hrf District I. (J. Underhav 

3rd District ....H. I.. .McDonald 

" . . ..Cyrus Shaw 

Itth District .... Hon. Samuel Prowsa 
" .. ..Angus McLeoil 

Princi! Co. .. 1st District .. ...I. A. Mathesoii 
" ....S. F. IVrry 

Snd District. . ..John Yco 

" lanies W. Ricliards 

3rd District .. ..Hon. J. O. Arsenault 
" .. ..Hon. John A. Macdonald 

Uh. District I. H, Bell 

....G. W. IJcntley. 
5th District .. ..Hon. Joh.i f.ct'urgey 
....J. F. Cidi-s, M.D. 

McLean ; Reiiorters, Geo. 



, . ..Jfihn McLean 
" ... James R. McLean 

Snd District.. ..Hon. Wm. W. Sullivan 

Ch-.cf Clerk, Archibald McNeil; Assist.ant do., .F. W. Huglie^i ; Law Clerk, A. A. 

F Owen, W.L. Cotton; Engrossing Clerk, H. V. DesRoclu! ; Sergeant-at-Arms, Donald Mckenzie ; Messengers, 
Joh:: Mcljfiod, W. G. Sabine ; Doorkeeper, Ninian 'atterson ; Second do., George Burge. 

Pro\iNi:iAi, GovKtiNMKNT Okkickrs. — Att'y Geu., Hon. W, W. Sullivan; I'rov. Sec.-Treas. and Coin, of Crown 
nd Pub. Lands, Hon. D. Ferguson; Asst. Com. of Crown and Pub. Lands, R. A. Strong; .\sst. Prov, .Sec.-Treas., 

.\ N.wbery ; Com. of Pub. Works, G. W. W Bentley ; Sec. of Pub. Works, .1. W. Morrison ; Drauglitsmen, T. 

!!■ Kialay, ; Clerks, F. M. i.ongwortli, J. A. McDonald ; Iteg. of Deeds, B. DesBrisay ; Asst. do., S. 

PTtiison; Clerks, D. Mtlutyre, W. N. Riggs, F. Koughan, P. McCmirt ; Libr. I.,egis. Library, K. Roche; Prov. 

\',i. and Clerk Exec. Coun., R. F. DeBlois ; Sujit. of Erliuation, D. .Montgomery ; Clerk to do.. Rev. D. McNeil!. 



PROVINCE OF MANITOBA. 



Seat of Government— Winnipeg. 
LiEOTENANT-QoviiRNOR— Hon. James Cox Aikens. Private Secretary, L. Clarke. 

EXECDTIVE CODNCIL. 

Minister of Public Works lion. I), H. Wilson 

Minixter of Agriculture " T). H. Hairison 

Clerk e C. A. Sadlier. Kgq 



Prtm., P, es. of Omn. AProv. Sec'ij.Mcra. J. Norquav 

Prmncial Treasuyer " A. A.C. I.h Kivirtre 

.iimuty-OmeroU " C. K. Hamilton 



HOUSE OF 



i'nihoia Hon. .\lcx. Miniav.. 

ha ..lifiil Plnius. . .J. Crawford \.. 

Bi'^iidon Kits) James A. Smart .. .. 

iV' v'oH West J.N. KircliholVcr . . . 

'nriVinn Roger Marion 

C(ii-,>Y Tle.uia.s G'lliy 

'■/"'■■ ^'-^ U. S. Thoin|ison ... 

li'iMis Daniel McI.imii 

li'ifrin i\o rth ....Hon. D. 11. Wils..n., 
I'vprin South .. ..William Winram .. . 

^K'fson C. S. Douglas 

Ki'd'and-St. Pauls. John Maclietli 

;■'''•■■!■/« Kenneth McKciizic . 

^ yivnndriic ). i:. 1'. Pciidcvgast . 

>'•'■„■■ Joliii A. Macdoiicll . 

■})C''' b. J. Thompson . . . 

• 'his I l-last .... Hon. D. H. Hairison 
V' "Ins,, West ...J. I). Gilles 



Okkickrs ok thk House. — C 



Hon. Uavid 

Winui. ''g 
N<'epa\\-i 
Brando;i 
Souris 

,St. iionifacc 
Wiiiniiicg 
. Gleiil)oro' 
, Pijiestonc 
Winnipeg 
. Manitou 
lOmerson 
VS'innipcg 
. Buriisidc 

. Wiiiiii|)i'K 
. Manitou 
.Cirlteirv 
. Winni'ieg 
..Minnedosa 

A. Sa.iiicr 



ASSEMBLY. 

Glass, Speakci'. 

I Morris ..\. V. Martin IC.ncrson 

] Mountain Thomas Qreenway . . . Crystal City 

Portayc la Prrurie.. J('>^i'\ih Martin Winnipeg 

I Rockivood S. J. Jackson Stonewall 

Jliissidl !•;. P. Lcacork Winnipeg 

.>>7iO"/ Lah Hon. C. E. Hamilton. NV'iniiipe;.; 

Snnri'< J. P. Alcxamli.T Souiisford 

. Springjidd T. H. Smith .Spiingtield 

St. Andrrir's Hon. Jolm Nonjuay.. Winnipeg 

I St. lidtiifiire Hon. A. \. I.a Rivien-. Winnipeg 

St. Cleiiicnt< Hon. Daviil Glass. . ..Winnipeg 

St. Franis Xm'icr ..Josepli Birke St. Cliarlcs 

1 Turtle Mount'iia ..V. .M. Voung Wakopa 

IVcstbourn'' Hon. C. P. Brown ...Winnipeg 

Wliinijtci] Nnrtii . . . K L. |)rewery Winnipeg 

U'innipe!) .S'o!((/i.. ..W. F. I/ixton Winnipeg 

Woodlands James McRobinson . . Brandon 



, Clerk ; 

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■lohii McDougall, Sergeaut-at-Arm.v 






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N. W. TERKIT0BIE8 — MANITOBA — POSTAL INFORMATION. 



NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES. 

Skat ok Goveh.nme.nt — Rkcjina. 

LiKi'THNANT-QovERNOR AND INDIAN CoMMissioNKR— Hoii. E(lt,'ar I)L'W(lney, C. E. Asst. Indian Cum., H. R i 

NoRTii-VVcsT Ooi'NfiL.— PasclialBrelanil, St. Kranrois \ St. Albert, S. Cimningliani ; Calgary, J. C. Laiiiier ;i!ii 



Xavii'r; Lt.-Col. A. G. Irvine, Ft. Mai^coa ; H. Rl'hiI, 
H('j,'ina. Kleclcd Memhirti — McMi.se Mountain, J.G. Turill'; 
Miiosoinin, S. A. liiillurcl ; Uroadview, C. .Mar.sliallsay ; 
ya'AplH'lli', It. Cnwlonl and W. Sutlierland ; Hesina, 
I). V. Jelly and .J. Si-conl ; .Muo.-ii' Jaw, Janie.s £1. Hiiss ; 
L(jrnf, Owen K. Iliiglies ; Kdniontoii, Dr. H. C. VVilsdii ; 



H. S. Cayloy ; Maclcod, [election piuKling). Ilr.ar'l 
Kdarntion — His Hon. the Lieut. Gov., Chairnian ; Ji.ii 
Seeord ami C Marshallsay, Prote.stunt nieinlicrs ; H ■: 
Mr. Justiee Hriideau and A. E. I-'orget, Oatliolii i, ,., 
bers : Jarrjes Brown, Seerctary. CVcWo 0/ CoKie ' ■>„ 
Sei'Vutari/ — .Xtnedee K. Forget. 



CENSUS OF MANITOBA. 



I 



The followini,' llgures taken from the Cen.sus of Manitoba are interesting as showing the great progress madt- i 
tile ProvitK e from 1881 to IStJti. Thi.s is all the nion^ gratifying when it is remembered that sinee tht; year 1^>:; 
number of ciiuses have (tonspired to retard settlement ; such as a sucx'ession of jioor crops, early frosts, an i •' 
North-West rebellion of ISSJ. 



1S81 



18Sl> 



I'oiiuhition 



Lands oeeu]iied . . . 
" eultivated . 
" under croD. 



Horses and mules. 
I'olts and liUies . . 
Working oxen . . . 

Milch cows 

Other licjrned cattle 

Sheej) 

Swine 



Homemade butter 

" I'lleesi' 



«'2,'_'(J0 108,040 
AiTi'ti. I Aarex. 



IN( nKASK. 

40,HSO 



384,;i.'J7 


4,171,224 


1,780,887 


2u. 1,410 


752,.071 


502,1.55 


230, -'04 


593,001 


303,727 


A-. 


A'o. 




14,181) 


29,150 


14,001 


2,220 


8,335 


0,101) 


12,215 


13,802 


1,587 


20,200 


40,208 


25,012 


27,!; 11 


84,075 


57,0(i4 


0,071 


10,053 


0,082 


17,282 


101,490 


84,208 


Lhx. 


Lhx. 




0,07,152 


3,400,524 


2,512,372 


111,013 


74,825 


55,212 



I I 

18S1 i ISSO Is-rR!-, 

Crops: ' flKsli. tliinli. 

Wheat ■ 1,033,073 0,711,180 :./':. 

Barley ' 2.53,004 1,0.54,234, -w, 

Oats '. I 270,20s ' 4,740,047 :!,4:ii, 

Rye 1,203 2,574 I. 

Peas and lir'aiis 8,001 13,030 t. 

Flax seed 02,203 .... 

Potatoes '. 550,103 ; 1,203,575 I'.i:. 

Turnips 140,025 1.58,374 

( )ther roots : 40,000 72,737 :: . 

Hav(toiis) 1S5,270 4.50,740 -J-'. 

Flax and hemp (lbs). . , 2,148 ' 2,000 

SiuniiKirii of Iiiilii.. trial Kxtabli'xliiin'iii-: 

No. of estab'meuts .. .344 | 545 

Hands employed (No.) 1,021 ' 2,2ilS 

Yearly w.igi's ill .■;< 755,5(i7 , 020,0:;7 17+. 

Capital invi-sted in * . l,38t,3:il 3,411,133 | 2,0;;:, 

Value raw mat'ials(^>.; 1,024,821 2,814,827 , S'J'J, 

Value of arts. |irM $). 3,413,020 5,300,400 1 LOs'. 



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4:W 



440 



POSTAL INFORMATION. 



I.KTTKR KATKS, KTC. 

C(ui("/rt. — Letters jiosted in Canada, a<ldressed to any 
lil.ice within the Dominion (including Manitoba, British 
("olanibia and Prince Edward Island), 3 cents per ^ oz. ; 
if unpaid, such letters cannot be forwarded, but will be 
sent to the Dead Letter OHlcc. If h.-ble to more than 
one rate of postage, and in.->ullieiently prepaid, the letter 
will (provide;! one full rate of 3 cents be paid) be for- 
warded to its destination and double the delieiency 
charged on delivery. I^etters niaileil at any >tf\ci for 
delivery at or from the same ottlce are chargetl 1 cent 
iier j oz., and n:ust be ])repaid ; otherwise they art sent 
to the Dead Letter Otliee. All postage must be jirepaiil 
by Postage Stamjis. 

f'nst Ccc(/.'--. — From any plact; in Canada to any other 
place in Canada or to the United States, I cent each. 
British and Foreign, 2 cents eat h. 

United /v(ii/;i?o"i.— Postage on Letters, 5 cents i)er i 
oz., whether by Canadian or New Yink Steamers. If sent 
uniiaid, dimble postage will be chargeti. 

Ncw/duiidland Postage on Letters, 5 cents jier i oz. 
Newspapers f.icc "Tansient Newsjiapers"). Post Cams, 
2 cents each. Prejiaynient nei:essary. 

Ikitnudii (riit New York^.— Letters, 5 cts. Jier J^ oz. 
Newspapers, 2 cts. each. Printed matter, Ic. per 2 oz. 

i'liitcd State;'. — TW rate cm Letters to the United 
States is the same as in Canada, and must be i.rejiaid. 

RKIllSTKAriON OK I.ErTKIIS. 

Persons iiostmg letters containing value should he 
c.iretul to recpiire thc;m to be Registered, and to obtain 
troni the Postmaster a certillcate of receipt for Regis- 
tration. 

The chai 
in addit 



large for Registration (use Registratitui Stamp) 

icjii to the Postage, is as follows, viz. : 



On Letters to any (jther ]ilace in Canada or 

British North Amerii;a 2 te 

On Letters for the Unitecl .States 5 

On Letters tor the United Kingdom 5 

On Parcels, Patterns or Samples, inCanacla.. .. 5 
On Book Packets and Newsiiajiers to Uiited 
Kingtloni 5 

Both the Postage charge ami Registration fee iiii;- 
all cases be prejiaid by stamp. 

Registered Letter Stamps have been issued of 
denominations of 2 and 5 cents, whicdi may be c '.ta 
at :iny Stamp Agency. 

Registration Stami'S cannot be used in iciyini-ii 
postage, nor can Postage Stam|is bi^ usetl in payii'''- 
Registration fec^s. 

Registration is not an absolute guarantee a^aia.'^t 
miscarriage or loss of a Letter ; but a Regi.derc cl L'' 
can be tracetl where an Unregisterecl Letter can net, 
the posting ami chdivery or nondelivery can 1" 1 ri ' 

HOOK I'O.-iT. 

A Book Packet may contain any innnber oi >' I >! i'* 
books, luiblications, works of literature or art. c: '! " "' 
prints, photographs, tlagiierreotypes when not o'l ,i! i". 
or in frames containing glass; and the books, Miap.\ i ■ 
may be either writti •, printed or ]ilain, or any iiiixfire 
of the three, jirovidc d tliat no letter be enclos'-d cr .uiy 
writing intended to serve the purpose of a letter; .uid 
may be either British, (.'olonial or Foreign. No pac ki;i' 
must exceeil 4 lbs. oz, in woight, nor must the ^ir' ^■ 
ceed two feet in length, or one foot in witltli or d' I *••; 

Book Packets must be open at ba'li ends or '"('1 -'''• , 
and must not contain any letter or seah^l inclosun'. 



it 111 
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t .'t 
• if 

till- 
Iter 

•,!l.i 

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'ION. [I8S8.HI888.] 



POSTAL INFORMATION. 



69 



ndiaii Cum., H. R | 

ary, J. C. Lander ainl 
peniling). jir.aril „{ 
iov., Chairman ; John 
'Slant iiRMiiliers • [!..• 
•"orKct, Catlhjlir'i.i',.,!'.'. 
Ckrk 0/ CuUH',' n,!.l 



'■at in-ot^rt'ss ni.vlH i,v 
sini'c tlie year 1^>2'| 
early frosts, ani -hr 



ISSti !■ 

r.iisii. 
ti,"ii,lsi; 

l,O.J4,i!4 

4,740,<I47 

•2,571 

6L',20:i 

l,20:t,57'. 

1J.S,:)74 

72,737 

4.50,7411 

•2,!h;i) 

'■■<tubl!>'lii,iiuil 

.■)45 

2,20s 

02!i,y:i7 

3,411, i:« 

2,)5U,S27 
'<,.i'.HI,4(itl 



:,4:i!,',::t 

4.ii:.:i 
:'..;4i 



174,4;.'! 
2,0l':.«.i:> 

l.;i>'i,41i) 



u Canaila or 



a Canada.. ..5 • 
rs to Uiitiid 
;') " 

'gistratioii fee iiiu^t ii; 

; been issiu'd of ;li.: 
■liieh may W i.'.'u;;:,f'i 

u.seil in payiiuiit •>\ 
)e ii.sed in |iayn • :.• il 

Knarantee ayaiast tiit; 
It a lieKi-iten.d L'-;t.'i 
'd Letter can nut. wA 
livery can lie ]T' ■■ • n. 



■ number 01 .sij imti' 
atnre or art, niaps "r 
•.s when not on ,.'! i<s 
tile boojis. map.'', i. .. 
ilain, or any nii\"'iri' 
T l)i> eMelo^s••d ' r uiy 
lose of a letti r : ilbi 
"(jreiyij. No I'U' ki.- 
nor must the si:' ■ \- 
in width or dii'ti.. 
)i7t I'.inh or hnth ■^'■l'\ 
.seali'd inelosiir-. 



The rate on Book Packets between any two pluees in 
luiiada, and to Newfoundland and the United St<'ite.s, is 
: riit I'er 4 oz., wliirli must be prepaid by stamps. | 

Tlie rale to Great Hritain is 1 cent iier 2 oz. j 

MISCKLI.ANKOUS MATTKR. J 

Misiellaceous matter, described as under, may ].,.ss 
Mween places in the Dominiou of Canada upon pre- , 
lamient of a rate of I cent per 4 oz. The limit of weight | 
■iillis. The regulations of the British Post Oflii.'e do ; 
|;it adiint of the transmission by mail to the United ^ 
liingilmn (or other countries beyond the sea) of mis( cl- 
Ijii.iius matter as siu'li ; but a great part of the matter , 
Ivfiirt'd to under that head may be forwarded to the , 
Irnitoil Kingdom by Book Post. ; 

On all pamiihlets, occiisicmal publications, jirinted i 
I ;r,iilars, prices current, hand-bdls, exliibitors' entry , 
l;vki'ts for Domuiion or Provincial Exhibitions, bool; ■ 
IiHiI newspaper manuscriiits. iirinters' proof sheets, 
liietlier corrected or not ; inajis, iirints, drawings, en- 
ravings, bthograiilis, pliotograidis, whi;n not on glass 
': ill cases containing glass ; botanical and eiitoino- ' 
iofical specimens, when properly ]iut iip^ so as to jire- 
Iveiit injury to the contents of the mails; sheet niiisie, 
JiVtlier ]pri!ited or written ; documents wholly or partly i 
i.iiited or written, sucli as deeds, insurance jiolicies (in- 
[ i'jiliiij,' renewal receijits when attached to the jjoliciesl. 
Titers' lists, militi.i and school returns, or other <loi/u- 
litnts (if like nature, the rate of postage is one cent for 
Itii'li four ounces ; iirovided that no letter or other com- 
laaiiieation intended to si^rve the juiriiose of a letter be 
-riit or inclosed in any sr.ch pai-kage or thing mentioned, , 
[iinlthat the same be sent in covers open at the ends or i 
iMe.s, or otherwise so imt uji as to admit of tlie contents 1 
I [tint;, if necessary, easily withdrawn for exaniinatiou liy I 
|;kotlicers of tlie Post Ollice to ensure compliance witli ' 

sjirovision ; if enclosed in sealed envelojies notched 
1 1; tlie ends or sides, or with the corners cut otf, let*'.-r 

' of jiostage will be chargeO ; and that the jiostage j 
I Mil.' lie jirepaid by postage stamp or stamped jiost liands 
; uiMjijiers in all cases. Limit of weight. 4 lbs. To ,ill 
,rts 111 .Manitoba, the North-West Territorii.'s and British j 
iiailiia (cxcejit the Cities of Winniiieg and Victoria 
il.! places along the line of the C. P. U., to wliich the ! 
ilii. limit aiipliesi, the limit of weight is -J lbs. ;i o/. 
.V'ljiai'ket of mi.-ccllaneiiiis matler can btt transmitted 
y:iiail il it exceed 24 inches in h-ngth or iL inches in 1 
rJlth (ir depth. j 

Lepd and commercial pajiers generally (including 
I Eiiik Pass-Books) are liable to tettcf rule, of [lostage, 
I -Xirpt when .sent as jiarcels by Parcel Post, and the ex- ! 
'ptiims above given to matter of that class are riistricted I 
I :'th>' ilocumeiits sjiecilied, such as Deeds and Insurance 
I Pjiji-ies. 

NKWSrAPKRS AND PKRIOUTCALS. j 

Xtws],apeis and )ieriodicals printed and ,.:il)li^he<l in ^ 
I ''iii-ulii. and issued not less freiiiiently than once a 
-.Miitli from a known otlice of piibliiMtion or news agency, 
iD'l ad<lressed and posted to and from the same for 
'.raiisiiiission by mail to regular subscribers or news 
i^rnts in Canada, are .sent free; if addressed to Gieat 
Britain, or the United Stiites, they may be posted by 
';ie sami.' on prepayment of a rate of one cent for each 
I Miiiil weight in bulk, or fraction of a pound ; and such 
'.vwsiiajiers and periodicals are to be ]iiu up intii iiack- 
j;k and delivered into the Post Ottice, and the imstage 
'ih tliereo'i ]irepaid by tlie iniblislier or news agent, 
<ing the sender thereof, under such regulations as the 
P'lstmaster-Geiieral may from time to time make. 
On all newspajiers and perioilic-als jiosted in Canada, 
'li'T than those addressed to regular subscribers or 
2r>*s agents, from office of publication or news agency, 
ii'lialing all iiewsjiaiiers and jieriodicals imblishcd les.s 
>iiueiitly than once a month, the rate will be une ce/it 
i"''ii'Z., to be invariably prepaid by Postage' St;imp. 

.Ve«s|iai)eis and jieriodicals wt^igliing less than 1 oz. 
^i'liiiiay be posted singly, if prejiaid by Postage Stamp 
: "nteach. 

TllASSlKNT .NKWSI'ArEHS. 

Transient newspapers and periodic;ils iiu'lude all news- 
•'I'li's and periodicals jiosted in Canada, utli 

'^'titaila n'''i--<p(ip(rr srni from 

i"'( Urttisli iiiirxpapei 

n''sri-ii,ers in Canada. 



within the Dominion, Newfoundland, or the United 
States, they must be prepaid the following rates by 
Postage Stamii : - 

If weighing less than 1 oz., half a cent each. 

If weighing over 1 oz., one cent per four oz. or frac- 
tion of four oz. 

Spiximin copiex of newsiiajiers and periodicals from 
the ollice of imblieation are to be treated as trunsiciiit 
newspajiers or periodicals, the rate upon which is one 
cent jier four oz. 

On transient newspapers addressed to the United 
Kingdom the rate will be one cent per 2 oz, — to be pre- 
Jiaid by Postage St<ain]i. Canada newspapers puftcil froui 
the office, o/piililieii.tidii to subscribers in the Uniteil King- 
<loin--irto be sent in the Mails forwarded rid New York 
or Boston, must be prepaid oy Postage Staniji at the 
transient paper rate of one cent per 2 oz. ; but if sent by 
Canada Packet, such jiaiiers may [lass, as now, on ju'e- 
liaymeiit by the |iublisher, at the time of posting, of the 
ordinary domesti.' rate of one cent per pound. Canadian 
Periodic.'ils when sent by mail to the (.', ited Kingdom or 
to British Colonies or l-'oreign Countries (except the 
United .States) are liable to ordinary book packet rates. 
All newspapers and penoilicals jircjiaid at the bulk rate 
of 1 cent Jicr lb., must be stami>ed " Prepaid by Pub- 
lishei ," at the Post Ottice where the iiewsjiai'er nr 
jieriodical is mailed. The Knglish i'ost ottice reipiire.-j 
(■(((•/( ai:ii\-^piiper nr perindienl to be stain]i.'d. If sent in 
Jjackages the English Post Ottice declines to forward 
them. 

RATES OK I'OSTAOK ON l,KTTl;KS AM' NKWSI'ArKKs KoR 
KORRKiN I'LACKS. 



CorNTRlKS. 



Li'tters. 


1 


News- 




!k 


liapers. 


P. i, oz. 


ach 2 "z. 


lOcts. 




2 ct^. 


7 •• 




2 " 


V, " 






.j " 




1 " 


.5 " 


[ 


1 •' 


10 " 




2 " 



Africa, West Coast 

Australia, .South and West 

Australia, 9. ..t W. (via Brindisi). 

Austria 

Belgium 

Brazil {rUl United States) 

Buenos Ayres (r/r( United States) 10 

Cape of Good Hope : l.') 

Ceylon I 10 

China (iiichuling Hong Kong). ... 10 

Cuba .'■« " 1 

Egypt -5 •• 1 

Fiji Islands 7 

Prance 5 " j 1 

Germany 'n " 1 1 

Gibraltar " 1 

Holland .5 " 1 

India lo " , n 

Italy 5 " I 1 

Japan (iia San Francisco) ' .5 " I 1 

Madeira \ .5 " 1 1 

Mauritius 10 " 2 

Mexico 5 " 2 

Monte Video (via United States). 10 " 2 

New South Wales l.^i " i 4 

New Zeal.'Uid ! Vi " 4 

Portugal ... b " 1 

'Queensland l.'i ' 4 

Russia 5 " 1 

Sandwich Islands •") '' 2 

St. Pierre et .Miipielon 5 " 1 

Sierra Leone 10 " 2 

Sjiain .5 " I 

Sweden .'i " 1 

Switzerland ■') " 1 

Tasmania !■") '' 2 

Victoria 1.") " 4 



thiui 

the offi".e nf puliliciilion, 

paled I'H news ngents fur reijidnr 

When addressed to any place 



WKST I.SDIKS— VIA NF.W VoltK. 

Vin New York tor Costa Hica, Ciiracoa, Letters 10 cents 
per A oz. , Nicii.'i.agiia, Panama, h cents ; via New York 
for Hayti and San Domingo. Letters cents iier i oz. ; 
via New York for Bermuda, Cuba, Jamaica, Danish 
West Indies and Bahamas, Letters 5 cents per J oz. ; 
Newspajiers, 1 cent jier 2 oz. West Indies, except w here 
otherwise stated, (lostage on Letters vin New \Crk, 
l,") cents )ver J oz. ; Newspapers, Scents iier2oz. 



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60 



POSTAL INFORMATION. 



[1888. 



.•VTTKHNS or. SAMPLBS WITHIN TIIK DOMI.VION. 

PatteniM and Samplfs of Mcrrliaiidisr anil Goods for 
Siil«, not (!xceetling 24 oz. in weight, 'nuy \w posted in 
(Jinada, to lie forvvanl'^d to any plucc within the Do- 
tdinion, on iireimynient 1)y Postage Stain]) of a rate of 1 i 
'■(;nt |>ei t o/., tinder tlie followiiii; reg'ilations : j 

If such rate be imt fully prepaid by tht stami)s affixed, 1 
the packet to be rated witli the detitieut postage, and a j 
line of 5 cents in addition. i 

Packages of Suniides and P.itterns, aililressod to any 
place in Canada, may be re;; .stered by atHxicg thereto a 
registration stamp of the value of 5 (M^nts in addition to i 
the postiige rate, and provided such packet be handed 
into the Post Olhce for registration. 

Patterns <m' Samples must be sent in covers open at the 
ends, so as to be easy of examination. Samples, how- 
ever, of seeds, drugs, &c., which cannot be sent in open 
lOvers, may be enclosed in bags of linen, or such like 
material, fastened in such a manner that they may be 
readily o;iene<i ; or in bags entirely closeil, jirovided 
that they be transparent, so that the otficers of the Post 
Office may be able to satisfy themselves as to the nature 
of tile contents. 

The ])acket may bear on the luilsi'ii; the address of 
fee sender, in aihlitioii to the addpi.-.ss of tlie person for 
whom it may be intended ; and also a trad(^ mark or 
number, and the jprice of tlie samjile enclosed ; i/isW'!, 
there must be no enclosure but the samples or patterns 
themselves. The iiarticiilars, however, of the trade 
marks, numbers, ami prices, may be marked on the 
articles themselves instead of on the outside of the 
paitket, at the option of the sender. 

Goods sent for sale or in execution of an order, how- 
ever small the ([uantity may be, or any article sent by 
one private individual to another, which are not actually 
trade patterns or samples, are not admissible. 

TNITED STATKS. 

Patterns and Samples of Merchandise, po.sted for 
jilaces in the United States, will continue to lie subject 
to the special rate of 10 cents each, ])iej)aid by postage 
stamps, and must not exceed 8 oz. in weight. 

UNITED KINGDOM. 

Patterns and Samples of Merchandise, when addressed 
to places in the United Kingdom, must not cxceecl 8 oz. 
in weight, and must be prepaid l)y postage stamp at the 
following rates ; — 1 cent jier 2 oz. or fraction of 2 oz. 

I'SKKUI, MINTS. 

Ri gi -ter all valuable letters. Transmit money by Money 
Orders. Make complaints and iiKpiiries in writing, and 
address the Postmaster-General at Ottawa. Pieserve, 
and request corresi)on(lents to jireserve, envelopes of mis- 
sent or delayed letters. Send to the Postmaster-General 
envelo|ies )f letters about whii'h you seek information or 
make complaint. In addressing letters add the name of 
the Coitii.tii and Proviifi' in which the ollii e addressed is 
located. Place stamp on the right hand upper corner of 
tlif address sidi'. Put your own name and full address 
in or on letter, to insure return if it cannot be deivered. 

PAltCr.I. POST. 

The charges on Parcels by the Parcel Post to )ilaces 
within the Dominion, is cents for every 4 oz. or frac- 
lion tlicreot(witli ."> cents .■ulilitioii--.l if Uegistered). N'o 
h.'tti'i must \>ii inclosed ; if any discovered, the anionnt 
jiaid will be forfeited, and tl:e Parcel charged at unpaiil 
Letter rate'- No Parcel must exceed 5 lbs. in weight, 
and must i- prejiaid by stamps. 

Parcel.! .,.<;i:.« be ■.••an dtted by Post to any jilace 
beyond the i in;i i .;; tl.t DuLii'ii in of Canada (i^xcept to 
the United Kiiigd lii.). ■lor ca.: .uy Parcel be forwarded 
1o British Colunil ;. or >Lanitoba (ex<'eiit to tlie cities of 
Winnipegaiii' X'jctoria, *5.C , and il.iccs actually upop the 
liueoflleC. P K ,i v.'ni Ii Mir li ait is .'i liis.) w ,rU 
exc.eed ii i'. c! ;r' ■Ji^ lilli.i ^f 'C Dis ;^ oz. 

Eye-„! •:■■.; !rn . . 'ct i, ■'.-.> '.i.^y I ■• -.eiit by i, mi' when 
prijiorly I'.i' m,. il pre;. nd b;, Parcel Post. 



like manner be posted at those Canadian Post Ofllcen fori 
destinations in the United Kingdom. I 

The Parcel.s exchanged with the United Kingilom willl 
jiass exclusively in the Weekly Mails conveved hy tliel 
Canadian Steamers to and from the St. LawreiU'c iii| 
Summer and Halifax in Winter, and such Parcels famidt ] 
be sent via Now York. 

The Parcel Post with the United Kingdom will l,e| 
geverned by the following regulations : — 

1. A Parcel must not exceed 3 lbs. in weight. 

2. The dimensions of a Parcel must not cxceed2 fi.tl 
in length by 1 foot in width or depth. 

3. A Parcel must not contain any explo.i^ive, comlmst- 
iblc, or dangerous articles, nor any article of a peri..,li,il,li. I 
or fragile character, nor liquids or matters likely tol 
injure other Parcels or mail transinissioii-.. 

4. All Parcels must be securely and substantially 
packed and closed. 

5. Each Parcel must be j.lainly directed, and .sii.ii I 
direction must include the name and full address of the | 
jierson for whom the Parcel is iptendcd. 

ti, For each Parcel the simder i-.iust fill up a Cu.^tc.ms j 
Declaration. On this form the sender will supply im 
accurate statement of the contents and value of tin- | 
Parcel, also the address thereof, with signature and iilaic 
of abode of the .sender. The Customs Declaration must 
be seiairely affixed by mucilage or i>aste to tic Pared to 
which it relates. 

As Parcels from the United Kingdom will be liable to 
Canadian Customs duties, and under existing r ^u'lUimis 
must be examined for the purpose by an Otlicer o' tlii- 
Customs iti tlie presence of the jyersons addren.ied, it ha* 
been necessary in cominenidng this Parcel Post with the 
United Kingdom, to limit its operation for the present in 
Canada to Parcids addressed to or posted at places where 
Officers ot the Customs are stationed. 

For the purposes of the Parcel Post the Dominion is 
divided into 4 sections of about 1,000 miles each, from 
i East to West, on the line from Halifax, Nova Scotia, ti> 
I Victoria, Uritish Columbia, thus: — 

i 

PARCEL POST CHAROE. 



Sections. 



Kate per II... 

or fraction 

of a lb. 



A.— Maritime Provinces and Quebec 30 cts. 

B.— Ontario 35 " 

C. —Manitoba and N. W. Territories 41) " 

D.— British Columbia 4J " 



Pi'cpayment by postage stamp is required, but when :i 
Parcel is posted'in the United Kingdom for either of tli" 
sections B, C, or D, and by inadvertence prepaid at .i 
lower rate than that applicable to the itarticular .scrtii:. 
addressed, the Parcel will coini> to (Janada, liable t. 
("ollection by the Canacla Post Ollice on delivery, of tin- 
deficient ])ostage, and it will nwreover be optional witli 
the Canada Post Olfi'e to impose a fine in addition. 

MONEV OUDERS. 

Ill sending money by mail it is always best to transmit 
by Money Order, if l>ossible. 

CO.MMI.SSION ON MONEV ORDEKS. 

On Money Orders drawn by any Money Order Offii e 
in Canada on any other Money Order Office in the 
Dominion, the Commission is as follows :— 

If not exceeding S4 2 cent.. 

Over 84 not exceeding 10 i> " 



I'AR. 



PO-i' ..IIH IHl UNIiKD KlNlilJO ! 



.\n arrangciLie if as !■ •,■•> ' u'ered Mto with ihe Post 
(utice of the Uiiu I K'.ii. .-' >"i : ir a I'.rcel Post, under 
whiih (do.sed Pit;-, ds ni,t • vr,.,!ding .i Ihs. in weight may 
be ]iostecl in tik i u, ' 1 ..n.-'dom. when addressed for 
deli\erv at certain '' < '.'"ices in 'anada, and may in 



10 
20 
40 
00 
80 



2(1. 
40. 
00. 

,sa. 

100. 



10 
•Ju 

30 
40 
50 



No single Money Order, i>avable in the Dominion ot 
Canada, can be issued for more than $100 ; but a.s many 
of $100 eai'h may be given as the remitter requires. 



[60] 



[1888. 



1S88.] 



POSTAL INFORMATION — FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS. 



61 



n.Hlian Post Office ^.1 

"ri. '■ 

Uhite.l Kin-,ir,m Willi 

uie St. I.dwreni',. mi 
(l.Hiieh Paivel.s f.;,„„„t f 

ited Kingdom will W 
oils : — 

ha. in weight. 

must not exeeed2fi.,.t| 
ith. 

ly e.vplosiva, coiulm.st- 
/ article of a perisliai,!,. 

or matters likely i, I 
inis.sioiis, 

l.v and substantially I 

ly directed, and sii^ 
ind full addres.s of the I 
iidcd. 

f.iu.st fill up a CiHtoms i 
fuder will supply i^ 
'Ills and yalue i,f tin- 
itli signature and iilaie 
toms Ueelaration must 
p.iste to til" l^ircdto 

igdoin will be liable to 
ier existing rguhtidiis 
ie by an Otticer o' tin- 
rsnns addrcs.ied, it ha< 
s Parcel Post with tlic 
ation for the present in 
posted at places where 
led. 

Post the Dominion is 
1,000 miles each, from 
alifax, Nova Scotia, tc 



Kate per 11.. 

or fractiuii 

of a lb. 



ei/ 30 ets, 

35 " 

ies 40 " 

45 " 

s required, but when a 
igdoin for either of til- 
vcrtence (irepaid at ,. 
the jiarticular ,scrtii'.'. 
to Canada, liable t. 
rict> on delivery, of the 
.•over be optional witli 
. tine in addition. 



lway.s best to ti'ansmit 



i' ORDKKS. 

• Myney Ovhr Oiliu 
Onler Olti'O in the 
dlows ; — 

2 cent. V 

.'.'.'.'.'. 10 '• 
-20 " 

30 •• 

40 '• 

50 " 

e in the Dominion nl 
:n $100 ; but a,s many 
Jiiiitter requires. 



M.mey Onlers arc issued in Canada on the following 

If-ireign' countries and British Possessions, at the rates 
' f^jonunission shown bidow; — 

For sums not exceeding — 

$10 $J0 fM $40 S50 

10c. :;0e. 30c. 40(!. 50c. 

(31^0 (■>■ the limit of ii sinijlc order.) 

\\i\v^\v.\ Grenada Xewfoundland 

|i';stnili:i,S"Uth'n G'liaua, British New South Wales 
I'r.striilia, West'n Holland (Xether- Ni'w Zealand 

lamls) North IJcuiico 

IIon(!ura.s(British) Norway 
Hong-Kong, in- ranania (British 

rludiiig Aiuoy, 

Canton, Kon- 

('Ikiw, Han- 

liow, Hoidiow, 

Ningjio, Shang- 
hai and Swatow 
India, British, in- 
cluding .Aden, 

Ba.udad.Baudor 

.Abas, Bushire, 

Busr,ili,Gundur 

•Task, I'inga, 

M US' at iV Zaii- 



|\;striii-IIungavy 

ISalwiniis 

ls,irhii(l"s 

IjflgiUllI 

lyniiiHla 
l^iin. (,'olony 
■vvlon 

rhina('^'"c Hong- 
Kiiiif.) 

', cstiiutinoidc 
jTinki'V) 
fyprns 

liinish W. Indies 
|[fcninarl<, iiirlu.!- 
ing Iceland and 
!hc Faroe Is 
lands 
I Dominica 
h'itoli Kast Indies 

Falldnnd Islands 
France iSt Algeria 
Minliia 

I G'THian Empire 
ilibraltar 
.; .1(1 Coast 



Money Orders on the above I'ountries are drawn in 
Canada Currency. Table.s showing the sums payable iu 
other countries where the money isof a ditl'ercnt denomi- 
nation, on Orclcrs issued in Canaila, will be found 
below, 

T..MII.K 

SJioivitifl the auKiuiit in Catwdiiiii Af^n'i/ Id he paid h)/ 
rrinittcrx for Munt'ij iirdfra o/i Die Vnited Kiniido;v, 
India, Jaianica, c/if/'e p'lyment will be made in Sl-w 
ling Money. 



zibar 
Italy 
Jamaica 
Japan 
Lagos 
Malta 
-Mauritius 
Montserrat 
Natal 
Nevis 



Agency) 
Portugal, iiirlud- 

ing .Madeira and 

the Azores 
Queensland 
Koumani.i 
Seychelles Islands 
Sierra Leone 
Smyrna 
St. Helena 
St. Kitts 
St. laicia 
St. Vincent 
Straits Settlements 
Sweden 
Switzerland 
Tasmania 
Tobago 
Trinidad 
Turk's Island 
United Kingdiuu 
United States 
Vietoria (Australia) 



£ 


,?, 


d. i 


9 


C. 


1 , 


.s'. 


d. 


9 <■. 


1) 


1 








■24 





lli 





3 00 





2 


i 





41,1 





17 


i 


4 14 





3 


" , 





73 





IS 





4 3!S 


I) 


4 


(t 





07 





19 


(1 


4 r.3 





5 





1 


■''2 


1 


u 





4 S7 








1 


1 


4i; 


.> 





i 


74 





7 


'» 1 


1 


71 


3 





« ! 


14 61 





.S 


i 


1 


;i5 


4 





1 


19 48 





y 





'> 


10 


D 








•24 35 





10 





2 


44 


I'l 


(1 


" i 


29 22 





11 


(1 1 


2 


(IS 


i 





■ 


34 00 


u 


rj 


' 


'2 


02 


8 





i 


38 96 


(.1 


13 





3 


17 


<i 





i 


43 83 





14 


; 


o 


41 


10 





' 


48 70 





15 





;; 


65 











And two c.nts for each penny to make up the suiii 
reipiired. 



FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS. 



I lAtLR showing the sums payable in Germany in Marks 
and Pfennigs, on Orders issued in Canada, 



Tahi.k showing the suins payable in France, Algeria, 
Belgium, It.ily and Switzerland in Francs and Cen- 
times, on Orders issued in Canada. 



>OS 



■rllt-S, 
1 



s 
II 

10 



pf. 

4 

8 

12 

u; 
20 

25 
29 
33 
37 
41 



:; a 
. 3 •r> 



3 3 .5 E - 
= : rt » ° 



cents. 
20 
25 
30 
40 
50 
00 
70 
75 
80 
90 



m. [if. 

83 

1 04 
1 25 

1 06 

2 08 
2 50 

2 91 

3 12 
3 33 
3 75 



i S 


2 • 


■2 i 


Z 


dS 


$ e. 


1 00 


2 00 


3 00 


4 00 


5 00 


6 00 


7 00 


8 00 


9 00 


10 00 



Value in 
German 
Money. 


a 
— >> 


a - 


m. Iif. 


$ f. 


m. pf. 


4 10 


15 00 


62 40 


8 32 


20 00 


83 20 


12 4.S 


25 00 


101 00 


10 04 


30 00 


124 80 


20 80 


35 00 


145 60 


24 90 


40 00 


166 40 


29 12 


45 00 


187 -20 


33 28 


50 00 


208 00 


.37 44 






41 (iO 







a 
.2 • 


Value in 

Foreign 

Money. 


a 

2 


Value in 
Foreigu 
Money. 


a 
s . 

« 2 
a r 

as 


Value in 

Foreign 

Money, 


a 
.2 ■ 


Value ill 
Foreigu 
Moiu^y. 


cents. 


ctnis. 


cents. 


fr. ce. 


$ c. 


fr. ee. 


% '■■ 


fr. ee. 


1 


5 


20 


1 00 


1 00 


5 10 


15 00 


76 oC 


2 


10 


25 


1 25 


2 00 


10 20 


•20 00 


102 00 


3 


15 


30 


1 65 


3 00 


15 30 


25 0(1 


1'27 50 


4 


20 


40 


2 05 


4 00 


20 40 


30 0.1 


153 00 


5 


25 


50 


2 55 


5 00 


25 50 


3,'. 


178 50 


6 


30 


60 


3 05 


6 00 


30 60 


4' 


204 00 


7 


35 


70 


. 3 55 


7 00 


35 70 




229 50 


S 


40 


75 


3 80 


8 00 


40 80 




255 50 


9 


45 


SO 


4 10 


9 00 


45 90 






10 


.50 


90 


4 60 


10 00 


51 Oil 







NoTK. — The original order issued in Canada should be 
retained by the remitter. The payee will receive a juo- 
P'T form of Money Order from the Chief Otlke at Cologne. 



The above table apjdies to Roumania, 
aide in that country will be sutijeet to 
tion by the Swiss Post Offii c of 25 cent 
francs, no abatement being less than '.c 



■ sums pay- 
ther dedui - 


for 


eacdi 2J 


luie.' 


• 



•The original Order issued in Cinnda, and jiayable in Belgiuiu, Italy, Switzerland, or Roui: .n. should be n- 
:i;n('d by tlie remitter. The payee will receive "a prnpcr fnriu of Mi>ncy Order from the Chid 1 ifti e ut Antwerp, 
T'lrin, or Basle, as the case maybe. The, original Order, issued in Cauaihi, and payable m Fr;>nce or Ajgciia, 
:. ist Ije sent to the payee by the remitter. 

POSTAL OPERATIONS IN CANADA COMPARED, 1868 AND 1886. 



Numbi-r 

of 
Otfces. 






.Muuiber .,., ,, 
of Money -^l !•-■%"' Miles. 
Order ,/',', Travelled. 



.\inount 

paid fur . Nmnber of 
•oiivev.'incc Letters, occ, 
of .Miiils. 



M5 
:M0 



27,674 I0,(l-J2.^.'lii 
52,.SilC. 23,s0'.i,7.'0 



.-,43,109 
1,.')94.(C2C. 



18,10U,00(1 
S6,lo;i,nou 



Number III' 

News- 
papers, ,Vi', 



1S,S.S4,S(I0 
70,844,064 



T.*-.d I Numlier 

(.■ I nf 

p. ■ I Letters 

lleati. per Head. 



:il I ...:a 
70 i 14. .M 



-J«BlAi,(* 



62 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



LIST OF POST OFFICES IN CANADA, 1887. 

Th', (JlHces prinUd in Italics nvf. auth'iriznl tn grant and I'ay Mimey Ordfrs. The Offices marknl < are Sioings Ban 
Offices. The capital letters on the riylit nj llie Electoral District column indicate the several Provinces <if tin- llimnniiM 
thus:—0, Ontario; Q, Quebec; jV S, Auva Scotia; A H, yew lirunowick ; P K 1, Prince Kdward Istatiii ; 
M initoba : H C, Brilisli Columbia ; Aha, Alberia ; Assn, A:.iinilinia ; Atha, Alhahoska ; Sath; Sashutcheu'nu.' 



;f 



t 



PORT OFFICE. 

Abbott's Corners ... 

.\bb<)tHfor(l 

Aheiiaquis 

AbunaiiuiH Sprint;... 

Abtirarder 

Aborcnrn 

Abercroinbie 

AbBrdeen 

Abenleen 

Abrtrdoiir 

Aberf»<ldy 

AUrJ'oyU 

Aburaethy 

Abingdon 

Abrams Village . . , 
About;f)ggiu Koad . . 

Aboviie 

Ai!adie 

Acadia Mines 

Acadio Sidin" 
*A<:ton 

* Acton Vol- 

.^daiuHvilif 

Adamsvllk 

Adare 

.\dderley 

Addiiigton forks ... 

Addison 

.\deUide 

.\delpha 

AdmrtHton 

Admiral Rock 

.^dolphustown 

Adstnok 

Advocate Harbour... 

Aftuu 

Agincourt 

Agnes 

Aamio Harbour 

Ahmic Lake 

Ailsa Craig 

Aird 

Airlie 

Air Line Junction... 
Aitkin's Ferry .... 

Akerly 

Alamuda 

Alberni 

\lbany 

Albert 

4 (be.rt 

K.'^ -t Bridge 

•■vibert Mine? 

Alborton 

Albtrton .... 

*AViion 

.Mbuna 

Albury 

Alcester 

Aldboro' 

Aldergrove 

Alderney 

Alder Pdnt 

Alder River 

Aldershot 

Aldouane 

Alert Bay 

Alexander 

Alexander's Point... 
Alexander Station . 

Alexandra 

Alexandria 

* Alexandria j 

Alexandriua ; 

Alfred j 

Algoma Mills I 

Algonquin 

Alison I 



' BLECT IRAL DISTRICT 

MisHi!<(|uoi Q 

Rouville Q 

Dorchester Q 

Yauiaska Q 

Umbtou.W. R... 

liroine Q 

I'ittou N. ti 

Grey, .S. R 

CHriboo-I.iUooetHC 

Bruce. W K 

Lauibton, K R ... i) 
Welliugton.S R. O 

AsHa 

Wentworth.SR. 

Prince P K I 

WerttmorelandN I! 
Wellington, C R. O 

Kent N B 

Colcbester N S 

Kent N B 

Haltou 

BatrH Q 

Bronie i.i 

Kent N B 

Middlesex, NR... 

Moganlij Q 

Antigonishe ... >' S 

Brockville 

-Middieaox, '.V R. O 

Selkirk M 

Renfrew, SR 

Hants N S 

Lennox 

Beauce O 

Cumberland ... N .'• 
Autigonishe ... N .? 

York. K R 

Beauce Q 

Muskoka A P S'd. O 

Muskoka&PS'd. 

1 Middlesex, .\ R... 

Mi^sisquoi Q 

ISimcoe. S R 

IWellawd O 

King's P E I 

Queen's ... .C B 

j Assa 

I Vancouver. . . . B C 

I Prince P E I 

Hastings. E R.... 

Albert N B 

Cape Breton ... N S 

Albert N B 

Brant. NR 

Prince P E 1 

Cardwell 

Essex, S R 

Prince Edward... 

Selkirk M 

Elgin, W R O 

N. Westminster BC 
Richmond .... N S 
Cape Breton... N S 
Guv8borough...N S 
Wentworth. N R. 

Kent NB 

Oariboo B C 

Inverness N S 

(Uoucester N B 

Selkirk M 

Queen's P E I 

Caril)oo B 

Glengarry 

Kent NB 

Prescott 

Algoma O 

Qrenville. S R.... 
Westmoreland. N B 



POHTMASTER. 

Mrs. E. .S. Tracey 
0. Crossflold 
.losepli I'atry 
E. Mondoux 
I). N. Sinclair 
B. P. Spencer 
Mrs. A. Muuro 
.las. W. Crawford 
W. II. Dempster 
Donald Christie 
.1. A. Risk 

|S. Falconbridge 
.James Morrison 

;.Iohu Millar 

j.I. .\. Arseneaull 
O. W. Towse 

E. T. Mills 
Urbain Vantour 
T. E. Atkins 
John .McDonald 
J. ^lattliews 
A.Q. I)!iboi.< 
George A. Adams 
J. M. Kenned) 

'.M Druraniond 
Thomas Wnlsh 
iN. McDonald 
H. n. Moffatt 
Thop Brook 
John K. Sturt 
John O'Dea 
Mrs. Forrestall 
J. J. Watson 
George Rodrique 
G A. Morris 

F. R. Irish 
I J. W. Kennedy 
'j.S. Wilsou 

Samson Paul 



John .M'Cartney 
Shackleto.'' Ilay 
James Creller 
Uir'. rd Bradley 
Mru lil. Qrisdalc 
B. Aitkin 
B. H. Akerly 
Jas. Walsh 
Cbas. Taylor, sen 

D. Matthews 
K. C. Atkinson 
Robt.C Atkinson 
Alex. McDougall 
Ed. Woodworth 
Ed. Morwlck 
Thomas Keefe 
Samuel J. Snell 
Guo.'ge Hillior 
James II. Peck 
J. Johnston 

S. Kirkpatrick 

E. Whyman 
H. S. Donovan 
S. Plant 
John Chisholm 
A. W. Brown 
Julien Daigle 
S. A. Spencer 
A. Campbell 
Thos. Ahier 
Jas. K. Walker 
Wm. Woods 

.\. D. Mclnnes 
D. A.Macdonald 
T. Stephenson 
L. P. LabroBSo 
H. K. McGuire 
Hiram l..arry 
S. A. Sleeves 



FO.ST OKFICr. [ELECTOHAL DHTHICT.I POST.MASTER. 



[6 



Alkali Lake 

Allanburg 

AUaniialt 

Allandale 

Allan Park 

Allan's Corners 

Allan's Mills 

Allenford 

AUansvillf 

Allenwood 

Allisonville 

* Alliston 

Alloa 

All. aw 

.Mlumette Island ... 

Alma 

Alma 

Alma 

Alma 

Almasippi 

.\lmira 

* Almonte 

Alport 

Al,-ace 

Alsfoldt 

Althorpe 

Alton 

Alton 

Altona 

Alvanley 

' Alvinsion 

Amaguadua Pond ... 
Amaranth Station... 

Aniberley 

Ameliasburg 

Amhtrit 

*Amhersthurg/i .... 

Amherst Point 

Amiens 

.\raigari 

AnKiui 

Amulree ', . 

Anagance 

Anagauce Ridge . ... 

Ancaster 

Anoienno Lorette ... 
Ancienne Lorette ... 

Anderson 

Anderson 

Anderson'sCorners. 

Andover 

AngeGardien 

Anee 0. de Rouville 

Angeline 

Angers 

*Angus 

Annan 

Annapolis 

Annesley 

Annldale 

Ansonia 

Allien Mills 

Anthracite 

Antigonisht 

Antig. Harbour 

Antig.Harb.SouthS. 

Antloch 

Antler 

.VntoinettH 

.\ntrim 

Antrim 

Apohaqui 

Appm 

Appin 

Appin Koad 

Appleby 

Applp-^ore 

Apple Irovu 

2] 



'Cariboo BC 

(Welland 

ISimcoe, S R 

1 York N B 

Grey, S R 

Chateauguay . ... Q 

Lanark, S R 

Bruce, N R 

Muskoka A P S'd, 

iSimcoe, N R 

Prince Edward... 

Simcoe, S R 

Peel 

i Victoria, N R. ... 

iPontiac 

Wellington, R.. <» 

Albert N B 

Pictou N S 

I Prince P EI 

Selkirk M 

York, E R 

Lanark, N R 

Simcoe. E R 

Muskoka & P S'd 

Grey, S R 

Lanark, S R 

Cardwell 

Colchester. ... N S 

Ontario, WR 

Grey, N R 

Lambton, £ R.... (I 

Capo Breton N S 

Wellington. N R. O 

Huron, E R 

Prince Edward... 
Cumberland... N S 

iKs8PT,SR O 

Cumberland. ...N S 
Middle8ex,WK... 

Wellaud 

Rimouski Q 

Oxford, NR 

King's N B 

King's N B 

Brant, N R 

Quebec Q 

Quebec Q 

Perth, S A 

Westmoreland. N B 

Huntingdon Q 

Victoria N B 

Montmorency ... Q 

Rouville Q 

Rouville Q 

Ottawa Q 

Simcoe. S K 

Grey, N R 

Annapolis . ... N S 

Pontiac Q 

Queen's N B 

Algoma 

.. 
Alta 
N S 
NS 
N S 



Simcoe, N R. 



Antigonishe.. 
Antigonishe . 
Antigonishe . 
Muskoka &P S'd. 

Assa 

Argenteuil Q 

Halifax N S 

Lanark, N R 

King's N B 

Middlesex, W R.. 
Antigonishe ... N S 

Queen's P E I 

Halton 

Bothwell 

Stanstead Q 



[Mrs. BoHWeli 

B. Tucker, jui, 
M.J. Ilamliii 
D Connolly 

C. V. (iood"v.. 

John Bry.soii 
iWilli,sm Allan 
;Wm. Sharp 

James McNicol 

J. G. Dickiii>nn 

,1.. C. AluHworth I 
,.ohu StrachHn 
J. A. ."^ilverthornl 
jJohn Dduncoy 
Jas .'. Mi'Uiiire 
J. H. Walker 
'John Fletcher 
I A. H. Friizer 
j James MdUDtainl 
I J. l^iwrciifOD 
James Howinan 
J. H. Wylie,jun.| 
H. F. Bickmtire 
John (terber 
Henry Zeigler 
\. H. Norris 
G. M. Scott 
JT. Lindsay 
J. Monkhouse 
George Pareons 
jj. W. Braiian 
Neil Mcltinis 
J. Armstrong 
James Wilkie 
Owen Rolilin 
Amos Purdy 
Ernest O.Park 
Isaac B. Siuart 
Joshua Lindsay 
Robert .Moore 
Alexander Oram 
A. M. Fisher 
Q. H. Davidson 
0. M. Hunt 
Edwin Clark 
J. Dufresue, sen. 
George Dufresue 
John Anderson 
Arch. Sinippou 
James AndoraoD 
J. C. McOlusky 
Irenee Qoulet 
F. R. Dubuc 
Bern. Belaij|;cr 
L. Moncion 
Wm J. Smith 
Mrs. M. Speedie 
A. W. Corbitt 
P. Kilorari 
Thomas Ward 
J. H. Lawlor 
J. .McLaughlin 
Arthur .Moriau 
H. P. Hill 
Alex. Chisholm 
John McDonald 
E. E. Qarnei; 
H. F H •Hteller 
Charle» Boon 
Michael Cleary 
Alex. .Murphy 
W. T. Peters, jun 
A. B. McGrHL'or 
J. A. Stewart 
John Matbesoo 
.'■)^. Prescott 
0. B. Arno'd 
Mr».E.D.Chriili» 



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63 



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lc(/ ^ are Sionngs Bun. 
oviucfii of the l)iivHr>i(n 
ce tjiward Island ; 
(«/r, iSashatcliewaii.' 



KICT.I POSTMASTER, 

,1! CiMi-R. Bfj«welj~" 
.... 0|U. Tucker, iui, 
.... OM.J. llaml'iu 
N H D Connolly 
.... O C. K. (ioodi've 
... Q John Brysoh 
OiWilliam Allan 
n;Wm. Sharp 
)'(!. Sanies Mi'Nicol 

J U. Iliekiiiscn 
1... 0,1.. C. AluHworth 

O^.'ohu Strachan 
0,.'. A. fiilverlhornl 
OlJobn Dsuncey 
O'JaB ,!. Mi'Oniro 
R.. (> J. II. Walker 
N B'John Fletcher 
N S;a. H. Friizer 
K I j James Mountain I 
. M;J. l,*wr('nsnD 
... James Huwman 
... J. II. Wylie.jun. 
... H. F. Hickmore 
S'd John (ierber 
.. Henry Zeiglcr 
.. .\. n. Norris 
.. OlO. M.Scott 
N SJT. Lindsay 
.. OiJ. Monkhou.se 

1 George I'arsons 



.... O 

..NS 
R. 
... 
i... 
. N S 
.... () 
..NS 
t... 

... o 

...Q 
... 

. N n 

N B 

() 

.... Q 
.... Q 
.... 
I.N B 
.... Q 
. N U 

... Q 
.... Q 
.... Q 
....Q 
.... 
.... 
, N S 
...Q 
.N B 
... 
... 

Alta 

N S 
. NS 
. NS 
3'd.O 
An8a 
.... Q 
. N .S 
.... 

N B 
R.. 
. N8 
P EI 
.... 
.... 
.... Q 



J. W. Branan 



Neil Mcliinis 
J. Armstrong 
James Wilkie 
Owen Rotilin 
Amos Purdy 
Krnest 0. Park 
Isaac B. Siuart 
Joshua Lindsay 
Robert .Moore 
Alexander Oram ! 
A. M. Visher 
G. H. Davidson 
C. M. Hunt 
Edwin Clark 
J. Diifre.Kue, ben. 
George Diifregne 
John Anderson 
Arch. Sinippou 
James Anderson 
J. C. McOlusky 
Irenes Goulet 
F. R. Dubuo 
Bern. B^laniicr 
L. Moncion 
Wm J. Smith 
Mrs. M. Speedie 
A. W. Corbitt 
P. Kiloran 
Thomas Ward 
J. H. Lawlor 
J. McL«ui;hiiu 
Arthnr MorL'aii 

n. p. Hill 

Alex. Chisholm 
John McDonald 
K. K. Oarnei; 
H. F H ."teller 
Charles Boon 
Michael ('leary 
Alex. Murphy 
W. T. Peter.'i.jun 
A. B. Mcdreu'or 
J. A. Stewart 
John Matbenoo 
.'ts. Prescolt 
0. B. Arno'd 
Mrs.E.D.ChridI* 



Ijpi.l* Hill ... 
Lpple Klver 

liW"'''"" 

liffK-y 



Ilr'idia 

Ilrilier 

Ijirckbald 

lircnilitkid 

IjrdiilMld Sett .... 

lirchvllle 

lirlnKli 

lirieli 

hrien Station 

llrJflens 

Iirdoch 

].trdpatrick 

Ilrdtrea 

Ilr:)le 

llrivie 

AtK-yle 

lArt-yle 

I.Ugyle Head 

Iluyle Shore 

|lr0le Sound 

Lnc/mi 

lirkell 

j'irknna 

li'r'Kwright 

Lriini^lon 

I Armadale 

lArisaii; 

lArmadale 

lArma^b 

lArmand 

jArmow 

|Arm«tein 

I Armstrong 

\.\rmi'r(mg's Brook 
I Armstrong's Corner 
1 Armstrong Lake .... 
I Armstrong's Mills... 
lArnaiid 

Arner 



Arnei . 



Arnott 

ykmprwr 

|iroo8look Junction 
[Aroostook Portage . 

jArrachar 

I Arrow River 

I Arrowton 

'ArthnbaskavUle ... 

'Arthur 

I Arthiirette 

I Arlliurville 

1 Arundel 

I Arva 

I AslMBtos 

1 Ascot Corner 

.Aiessippi 

Ash 

Ashh'iru 

A«h Creek 

I Ashoroft 

liiWoft Station .... 

AsMad 

Aihdale 

I Ashdown 

Aiifieid 

I Asli^rove 

Aihiand 

iihley 

Ashton , , , . 

A<hworth 

Askiltoa 

I.Askin 

Aspdin 

1 Aisiniboine 

1 Astou Station 

Atlia , 

Atli.-l«tan'." '.'.'.'. 

I ithr»rloy 

I Alherton 

Athlone 

Athole .'..'... 

AM... 



Glengarry 

Cumtwrland ...N .S 

Lanark. N K O 

Peterborough ER t) 

Slnicoe, N It 

y»rmouth N .S 

Dundas 

Selkirk M 

Colf-hester N S 

Restigouche ... N B 

Carleton 

MuHkokaA PS'd.O 

Addington O 

Marquette M 

Picton N S 

Addingtun u 

Marquette .M 

Slmcoe, K R 

Victoria. NR 

Carleton N B 

Yarmouth N S 

LiHgar M 

Yarmouth N 8 

Queen'a P E I 

Yarmouth. . . . N 8 
Richmond . ... N 8 
Wellington, 8 R.. 
Lambton, E R.... 

Bruce, N R 

iCardwell 

York, E R O 

Antigonishe... N 8 

King's PEI 

Bellechasse Q 

I TemiscouatA Q 

illruce, W R O 

iMuHkoka& PS'd.O 

King's NB 

Restigouche... N B 
Queen's N B 

Wellington, S R. 
Provencher . . , M 

I Essex 

Lisgar M 

Grev, N R 

: Renfrew, S R . ... 

Victoria N B 

Victoria N B 

Assft. 

Maiquette M 

Marquette M 

Arthabaaka . . . , Q 
' Wellington, NR. O 

Victoria N B 

Bellechapse Q 

' Argenteuil QW 

I Middlehex, E R... 

I Richmond Q 

Sherbrooke . . . . Q 

Marquette .M 

Ualton 

Ontario, 8 R.... 

iSelklrh M 

I Yale B C 

' Yale & KootenayBC 

Renfrew, S R O 

Antigonishe... N S 
Muskoka i P ?'d.0 

Invernesg N S 

Halton O 

Carleton N B 

iOrey, N R 

Carleton 

Muskoka* P.S'd.O 

Inverness N 8 

Middlesex. 8 R... 
' Muskoka & P S'd.O 

I Marquette M 

Nicolet Q 

Ontario, 8 R 

Huntingdon . . , . Q 
Ontario. NR..., O 
i Norfolk, N R.... 

Cardwell 

i Glengarry O 

i Cumberland ... N S 



P08TMA8TKR. 

A. Kennedy 
T. U. Copp 
T. C. Arthur 
T O Kastland, Ji. 
Henry O'Neill 
James F. Allen 
R. S. Wcagaut 
Alex. Bethune 
J. H. Archibald 
MrK.C.Arohilmlf) 
Robt. .1. lilggers 
Jos. Driver 
Wm. a. Mills 
M. K. Boughton 
Alex. McDonald 
Ales. .Munro 
U. Marshall 
Wm. Blair 
Donald Mitchell 
Geo () Sproule 
James Frost 
Alex (iiithrie 
A. J. Nickerson 
John McNevin 
KichardMcNair 
Mrs. a E.Ballau. 
Geo. Watson 
Geo. M. Kverest 
W. F. Sithes 
Wni. Uarber 
John Ijeare 
Wm.Gillis 
Neil V. MoPhee 
C. Roy 
Pierre Morin 
John Ililes 
Wm. Brunne 
John Armstrong 
John C. Bent 
I Jos B Armstrong 
Jas. Sharp 

C. Armstrong 
J M Martineau 
Richard Eede 

S Sigurbjornsson 
Wm. O. Murray 
Ezra A. Bates 

E. 0. Hopkins 

D. Murcbiaon 
R. McDonald 
James Elliott 
James Downey 
Callxte Leblanc 
C. C. Green 

J. W. Campbell 
M. Bernard 
Wm. Thomson 
A. Cummings 
Wm. Church 
Alfred Stacey 

I Henry Gill 
Wm. H Borland 
Thos. A. Fisher 

I Ken. McAuler 
H. P. Cornwail 
T.G. Kirkpatrlck 
Wm. Felletor 
V. Chisholm 

! F W. Ashdown 
Hugh McDonald 

F. L.Thornton 
Henry A. Bulyoa 
George Follis 

i Hugh S. Cone 

;S Ashworth 

, Wm. McPherson 
George Shaw 
Thos. Laknman 
Mrs. a. Setter 
Alin Ouellet 

I John M. Bell 

IP. C. McGinnis 

I E. Lanigan 

IG. C. Willpon 
John Kidd 
Alex. Fraser 

ID. F. Archibald 



POST orrioi. 



KLBOTORAL DISTRICT. 



AtterclIRe 

AttercllHe Station... 

Atwood 

Aubert Gallion . . , . 

.\ubigny 

Aubrey 

Auburn 

Auliiirii 

Audley 

Aughrim 

Augustine Cove. . , , 

Auguston 

Auld'sCove 

A lillsvillf 

• A urnra 

Austin 

A vening 

Avery's Portage. . . . 

.Avignon 

A voca 

Avon 

Avoiibank 

Avondale 

Avoiidale 

Avondale Station ... 

.\vonmore 

Avonport 

Avonport Station ... 

Avouroy 

\vonton 

Aweme 

Axe Lake 

Ayer's Fiat 

Ai/Us/nrd 

*A!/lirur (East) . . ,. 

*At/lmfr{}Vest) 

Aylwin 

•Ayr 

*Ayton 

Bablngton 

Baby's Point 

Baccaro 

Back Bay 

Back Ijands 

Back MeadowB . . . . 

Baddeck 

Baddeck Bay 

Baddeck Bridge 

Baddeck RIt. N. Br. 

BaddoTT 

*B(idert 

Badjeros 

Bagot 

Bagntmlh 

Bate de la Trinity... 
Baie des Rochers ... 

Baie St. Paul 

Baie. Ve.rte 

Baie Verte Road 

Bailey's Brook .... 

Bailliehnro' 

Baillargeon 

Baillie 

Bainsville 

Kairdsville 

Raker Settlement ... 

Bala 

Balcarres 

Balderson 

Baldoon 

Baldwin 

Baldwin's Mills 

Baldwin's Road 

Balfour 

Balgonie 

Ballantrae 

Ballantyne's Stat'n 

Ballinafad 

Ballinvilla 

Ballycroy 

Ballyduff 

Ballymote 

Balmerino 

Balmoral 

Balmoral 

Balmoral 

•talmoral 



Wentworlh.S R. 

Mouck 

Perth. N R 

Beauce Q 

Provencher M 



Chateauguay. . 
Huron, S R . . 

Kiii-'s 

Ontario, W R. 
Lambton, E R 

Prince P 

(Jrey, E R 



.Q 
, . 
XS 
. () 
.. tt 
E I 
.. O 



Ouysborough... NS 

Stormont 

York.N R O 

Marquette M 

Simcoe, N R O 

York N H 

Bouavoiiture. . .. Q 

Argenteuil Q 

Middlesex. E R... O 

Perth, 8 R 

Carleton. N B 

PIctou N S 

I'iclou N 8 

Stormont 

King's N a 

King's N 8 

B.thwoll 

Peith, 8 R 

Selkirk M 

.Muskoka & PS'd.O 

Stanstead Q; 

King's NS 

Ottawa Q 

Elgin, ER () 

Ottawa Q 

Waterloo. S R.... 

Grey, SR '^ 

Queen's '< ii 

Bothwell ' 

Shelburne > :2 

Charlotte N B' 

Antigonishe ...N 8. 

! PIctou NS 

Victoria NS 

Victoria N S 

Victoria NS 

Victoria N S' 

Victoria, N R 

Waterloo, S R . ...0 
Grey, ER 

; Renfrew, S R 

Chicoutiml Q 

Saguenay Q 

Charlevoix Q 

ILisgar M 

! Westmoreland. N B 
Westmoreland. N B 

IPictou NS 

Petorboro' W B...0 

L6vis Q 

Charlotte N B 

Glengarry 

Victoria N B 

Lunenburg N ,S, 

Simcoe. E R 

I Assaj 

lUnark, S R 

Kent 

York.N R 

Stanatead Q 

King's P E I 

Prince Edward ...0 

Assa 

Ontario, WR 

Fronteaac 

Wellington, SR...0 
Carleton 

iCardwell O 

Durh,.;n,E R 

Middlesex, E R.. 
Marquette . . . . M 

Haldimand O 

Restigouche ,..N B 

Lisgar M 

Rich.nond.... N S 



POSTMASTERS 

James Crowther 
Jacob Sundy 
Donald Uor drn 
Wm. M. Poser 

0. Pichette 
J. Lefehvre 

D. E. Munro 
G. W. Eaton 
F. M. Harvey 
J. McKeuno 
N. McFadjou 
Win August 
John Forristall 

1. R. Ault 
I) W. Doan 

E. Broadfoot 
Win. L. Coulter 
A. B. Avery 
Octavo Martin 
John McOallum 
James Row 
James Gillies 
J. E. McCready 
Mrs J. McDonald 

A. F. Robertson 
E. N. Shaver 
Chas H. Reid 
J. B. Newcomb 
John Burden 
John McKellar 

C. Bellhoiise 
J. Mcpherson 
Homer G. Ayr 
H. V. Karnsworth 
J. R. Woods 
Henry Arkell 

B. N. Read 
John W. Wylie 
T. C. F. Miller 
. . mes Bablngton 
rdlHsK.L.Menten 
Thi.- W. Crowell 
Josepi: McQee 
Henry Boyle 
James Fraser 
K. Elmsly 

C. McDonald 
Miss I. McRae 
Donald Mclnnls 
Mrs. Ruth Eade 
Edward H. Boye 
N D McKlnnon 
P. Kennedy 

E. I/evecque 
Ambrose Bilodeau 
Gonzague Savard 
Lewis Fairbanks 
A. C. A. Wells 
Aubrey F Copp 

D. D. Macdonald 
John D. Perrin 

F. X. Bilodeau 
A. E. Mllligan 

D. D. McCuaig 
Henry Baird 
Joseph Baker 
Thomas Burgess 

I C. E. Johnston 
[Mrs. I. Cowie 
W. T. Fenton 
John Sowerby 
W. K. Baldwin 
J. A. Moar 
G.A. McLaughlin 
A. R. Dickson 
Itobert Hil" 
John Hysop 
John W. McKee 
John Christian 
John McClelland 
J.C.Williamson 
J. H. Shoebottom 
W. G. Bawden 
Nile P. Finch 
ThO". Savoy 
R. Rutherford 
Hugh Mc Lean 



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POST orriuE. 



t LECTOR> L UIMTHICT. POSTMASTER. 



Balmurnl MilU . . . . 

IlalBam 

BalMsm Orove 

DiilHAin l<ake 

lialRam IIIU 

Itultiiuore 

Ilainb«)rj( . .. . 

ItAobury 

Bancrojt 

liaiida 

Bandou 

Banir 

liaoKor 

UankH 

ItttukH of Br'd Cove. 

Hannockburn 

IlarachoiB 

Uarachuis deMal baie 

Barb . . 

Bardolph 

BitrdHvlllu 

BarktrvUU 

Bark Lako 

Barkway 

BarkertoD 

liaruaby River 

Barne.sviUe 

Baraett 

Barney Kiv. Station 

Barney's Kiver 

BarnHiey 

Barnston 

Bar Kiver 

Barrett 

Barrettsbolme 

*Barrif, 

Barrlefleld 

Barrie Island 

Barrln^t''" 

Barrinyi^.-:! 

Barrington PaRsage. 

Barrio's Bt>acb 

Barry's Bay 

Barry's Corner 

BarrunHfleld 

Bar Settlement .... 

BarRH' Corners 

Bartibog 

Bartibog Bridge. ... 

Bartlett Mills 

Barton 

BartonviUe 

Bas de r Anse 

Basin D^pdt 

Basin Kivf r Inhab... 
Basein du Lievre. ... 

Basingstoke 

Bass Hivtr 

Bass Kiver 

Basswood Ridge 

Basswood 

Bateston 

'Bath 

Bath 

Bathurst 

*Bathurst Strut.... 

Bathurst VUlagt 

B-ttiscan 

Batoche 

Batteau 

Battery Ulll 

Battersea 

Battle's Corners 

Battleford 

Hattle Hall 

Baxter's Harbour... 

Bay du Vln 

Bay du Via Mills ... 

'Bayfield 

Bayfield 

Bayj'ield 

Bay Kortuut 

Bayham 

Bayside 

Bayside 

Bay St. Lawrence ... 
Baysville 



Colehester, ... N SI A. McKay 

OnUrlo, W K OWm. Burgess 

Victoria, N K .... John Copp 

Victoria, N K U J. Cunniiiitham 

Renfrew, 8 R P O CamplHill 

Northnmb., W U.O .1. A. (lordou 
Waterloo, N R....O|Fcrdln'd Walter 
.Muskoka.NtPS'd.O'Jas. Barry 
Hastings, N R....0 J. C. Ooorge 

Simcoe.S R OJJ. D. Carvetlj 

llaroM.S R 0|Wni. Stewart 

Alta I F. Woodwortli 

Wui. Johnston 
John McGregor 
L. MacDougall 
S. McKwen 



11. llallang 
i hoinas 'i'app 
Alex. A. LeRuy 



King's PKl 

Grey, B R 

Inverness ....N S 
Hastings, N R....0 
Westmoreland N B 

Gasp* Q 

i'resoott 

Lennox 0|VVni. Boulton 

Simooe, E H OjCharles Bard 

(Cariboo B C, James Stone 

Renfrew, 8 R (►iThos. Culbertson 

Ontario, N R O. Samuel McCord 

MuKkoka & P S'd.O Neil McKachren 
Northumberi'd.N B Mrs. McDonald 

King's N B Robert SlmpKon 

Wollington.C R...0 Thos. Davidson 

Pictou N S Hugh McPhee 

Pictou N SjGeo. Cau)pb»ll 



Lisgar M 

Stanstead Q 

Algoma 

MuskokaA P 8d...O 
Albert N B 



Stephen iiirks 
C. N'. Remick 
.John Evoy 
James Corkey 
Andrew Barrett 



Simcoe, N R Jiimes Edwards 

Krontenac John Ryan 

Algoma W. N. Runnalls 

Huntingdon Q Miss J M Lyttle 

SliPlburne N 8 R H Crowi-11 

Shelburne NS A. Trefrey 

Antigonishe ...N S Hub. Beaudroit 

Ilenfrew, N R William Martin 

Lunenburg . ...N SChas. Barry 
Cumberland ...N S! Miss Ella ^^,•amatl 

Hants N SjDonald McPhee 

Lunecb\irg N SjRobert H. Barrs 

North n berl'dN B John Doyle 
Northu -.'."erl'dN BjDennis Hayes 

Charlott' N B Jesse Bartlett 

Digby NS L. McKay 

iWentworth, 3 R.O W. J. Gage 

, Charlevoix Q F. Asselin 

Dt of Nipis8ing...O C. McLachlln 

Richmond N S; James Walker 

Ottawa Q W. 0. Kendall 

Wentworth, S R.O Jas. Heaslip 

Colchester N S S. G. Dickey 

Kent NB Mrs. H. Murphj 

Charlotte N B Wm. McKeniie 

: Marquette M I. Crookmaa 

jCape Breton ...N S Mark Bates 

(Lennox H.Armstrong 

Cirleton N B Thos. Bohan 

;01oucester N B Helen I. Waitt 

Toronto, West... Follia Johnfton 

Gloucester N BiJos. J. Melangoo 

Champlain QJMiss A. Fug^re 

Saskatchewan . ...jRev. J. Moulin 

Simcoe, N R 0|Wm. Bouchiere 

Pictou N S| Peter A. Grant 

Frontenac 0, W. J. Anglin 

Glengarry Oj Alex. MacLellan 

Saskatchewan H. Richardson 

Victoria, N R. , . .0' Alfred Cooi r 

King's NSJohn 3. Bax -r 

Northumberl'dNBJMiss Willisi 
.Vorthuraberl'd N B James Oral 

Huron, S K olJamesGalru i r 

Westmoreland N B ^ Frank Harper 
Antigonishe ...N SiC. S. Strople 

King's PE llj. H. McKio 

Elgin, E H J. O. Pauling 

Hastings, W R... 0| Jasper W. Le 

Charlotte N Hi Mrs. M. Curr 

Victoria N sl A. S. McDonai 

OuUrio, N R. . . . ' > Wm. H. BrowL 



POST OFFICE. 



Bayswater 

Bay View 

Bayview 

Bayvlew 

Bfiichburg 

iieach Point 

Heaconstleld 

Beacousfleld 

BeaconHtieid 

Beach Meadows. . 

"BeachviUe 

Bealtun 

'BeamfviUf. 

Bear Brook 

Bear Island 

Bear Point 

Bear It. ( }V. tide) 

Bear River 

Beaton's Mills . ... 

Beatrice 

Iteauce Junction 

*Beauhamni» 

Beaufort 

Beanlac 

Keaulieu 

Besuly ..,..• 

Beaumont 

Beauport 

Heauprd 

Beaumaris 

Beanrivage 

Beausejour 

Beauvoir 

Beaver Bank 

Beaver Brook 

Beaver Brook 

Beaver Cove 

Beaver Creek 

Beaver Dam 

Beaver Harbour 

Beaver Point 

Beaver Rapids 

Beaver River 

Beaver River Corner 

'Beaverton 

*Becancour 

Btcancour Station. . 

Beoher 

Beckstead 

Bedeque 

Bedford 

Bedford Basin 

Bedford Mills 

Beebo. Flain 

Beech Grove 

Bc-«ch Hill 

Beech Hill 

Beech Lane 

Beechmount 

Beechmont 

Beech Ridge 

Bfsohwood 

BteUm 

Beggsboro' 

Belfiut 

Belfast 

Belfcrd 

Belfountain 

Belgrave 

Belhaveu 

Belle Au.se 

Belledune 

BoUedune River 

Boll Ewart 

Belle Creek 

Bellefleur 

Belteisle 

Belleisle 

BuUeisle Bay 

Belleisle Cre«k 

Bellendeu 

Belle River 

Belle Riviere 

•rftUe Vall6o 

;«lleview 

'UrlUviUe 

•-Ueville 



I ELCCTORAL DISTHIOT. 

'King's N~B 

St John N B 

Queen's P K I 

Grey, U R 

Ilenfrew, N R.... 

King's P EI 

Oxford, a R Oi 

Selkirk M 

Victoria N H 

Queen's N S 

Oxford. 8 R Oi 

.N'orfolk, N R.... ()| 

Lincoln ol 

Russell 0; 

York NB 

Shelburne N S' 

Digby N 8 

King's P E I 

Queen's P E I 

MuskokaiiiE P Sd.O 

Beauce Q 

Beauharnois ... Q 

Carleton N B 

Montcalm Q 

Montmorency Q 

Antigonishe... .\ S 

Beilechasse Q 

Quebec Q 

I Montmorency . . Q 

Simcoe, E R O 

Lotbini^re Q 

Lisgar M 

Vaudreuil Q 

Halifax N S 

Albert N B 

Colchester N 8 

Cape Breton ...N S 
.Marquette .... M 

Vork N B 

Charlotte N B 

Vancouver BC 

Marquette H' 

Digby N sl 

Digby N 81 

Ontario, N R 01 

Nicolet Qj 

Megantic Q 

bothwell 0; 

Dundas 0^ 

Prince PEl| 

Missisquoi Q 

Halifax N s! 

Frontenac ' 

SUnstead q| 

Pontiaj Ql 

Albert N B 

King's NS 

Norfolk, 8 R 

Hastings, N R ... 
Cape Breton.... N 8 

Argenteuil Q 

Huron, 3 R 

Simcoe, 8 R Oj 

Muskoka&PSd. 

Huron, W R O 

Queen's PEl! 

York, ER Oi 

Cardwei' 

Huron, E R Oi 

York, N R 0| 

Gaspe Q 

Gloucester ... N B 
Gloucester ... N B 

Simcoe, 8R 0! 

Queen's P EIi 

Victoria N B, 

Annapolis N 8; 

King's N BI 

King's N B| 

King's N Bi 

Queen's N B[ 

Essex, N R Oi 

Two Mountains . Q| 

St John's Q; 

Selkirk M, 

Hastings, W R... 
Carleton NB 



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POSTMASUK 




Mrs. M. J.Curri» 


POST OFFI 


CbarlKs J. ij., 


IkJlevilie. .. 


Miss E. Martiu 


B-llerilleSta 


R. McCnnnell 


Wlivr.tux Cc 


Oeorge .Huru^.* 


B.'lllveanx V 


John McKt-nzie 


m Mount. 


Wm. 11. 1 w 


WIrni'k 


Chas. Wrlnht 


!j>M's Comers 


John DiincaL 


ii«lmiirt 


Henry Went?«l 


Belmont 


Tlioiuus Tiivl r 


Bfliniint 


Frank Turner 


Wmi"'M ••• • 


J. D. ItsnuHit 


felfiMi Statlot 


Alfred Hill 


B-jifil Vllliigt 


Isaiah I'.trBnt 


gfltmi 


H. L. ghunJ 


>B-twii(iil. . . . 


V. T. Ilardwi li 


felvoa's Cove 


D. Oostfllo 


Bi'iiat'Hdl>) . ... 


D. Beaton 


Bnubwnila ... 


Richard Un > 


IVDdlilH , . , , 


Vital Hiludenu 


Beiiniiller ... 


L. R. Baker 


B>nnelt 


Joseph lj«» 


BeuuloH Corn 


George Masna 


Bennington... 


Prudent 0. Minis 


Beuiifort 


C. 0. Chlflho'.m 


Benton 


Oeorge Con fur- 


B^utpiith . ... 


Isidore Oiro'n 


B»raiiijer . . , , 


A. N. Ve7,in.i 


Bfroatiirci 


Edward l'r(yw<i) 


Bcrgerville ... 


Napoleon Brchu 


Berkeley 


J. L. Turner 


'Berlin 


J. E. Poirier 


Eerrieilnle ... 


Daniel Hallir-r 


Berry Mill StJ 


Mrs Brewster 


Berryton 


Walter Msrsli.ill 


Berryton 


Stephen McNei! 


Ber.iiniis 


3. ThompsoB 


Btrthier (en b( 


W. Haiuing 


<S>rlliier («» / 


E. W. Cross 


Bervie 


A. McLeno'ia 


Berwick 


Geo. Wilson 


'Ikrwiok 


R. N. Beverilg* 


'irthany 


Philip Doty 
James Camer.jii 


Bethel 


B.thel 


Miss M. E. Kiviri 


BethesilH 


Joseph Lecler' 
Henry Roebu k 


Btilliih 


Pe'Avlley 


G. Beckstead 


B-xlev 


Major Wright 


Bic 


Edward Coslett 


Bi'Dville 


Miss A. GammoQ 


Bi^liank 


Benjamin Tett 


Bi? Bar Creek 


J. L. Honsa 


Bi? Bras d'Or 


C. H. Taber 


Bis Brook ... 


David Baylev 


Bi?Cove 


Ed. M. Jordan 


Bik-Furk 


Albert Cameroo 


%'iiw llidgo 


F. B. Lacey 


Big Harbour. 


Alex. McDonili 


Bidntervale 


A. Bell 


Bi? Island ... 


J. F. Wright 


fii? Uke .... 


D. A. Jone.s 


Big Loraine... 


John Davie 


Bi; Marsh.... 


James Mullen 


Bi? Marsh .... 


Martin Marti:: 


Bigl'oint 


Israel Burt*;; 


Bi? I'lnid 


Noah Herriii:! 


Bi? V„n le Bei 


Mrs. S. Morlev 


B"? Ridge .... 


Nell MortoE 


Bi? Springs. . 


Thos. J. Tou.ol 


'!? I'racadie 


Mrs. S. Chalmers 


Ijlirric I 


John Currv 


Bi'iin?s' Hriiig 


S. C. Webster 


EiliT.iwu ..." 


Daniel McLarea 


Biabrodk 


A. de Viller; 


Bia?baiu Rnai 


R. L. Dodge 


Bialihiim 


Wm. Kierst?*! 


Bin*cartU 


John F. Down^-y 


Bin,«i>arth Far 


Miss McLeod 


5if'-li Rj.jge . . 


Robert Jeffr rv 


Birohton ... , 


D. Dumoucbe :: 


"'fl'" Hill ... 


C. Robertson 


I'r.'htowii .... 


G. La Valle 


''fJ''* Creek . 


G. R. Cau,;'ii ; 


iirltnii 


J. II. MeachiiE 


''rJsall., 


James Manic 


8if!aiuL'ham 




Birnani 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



65 



IICT. POSTMAbTSH 

jTb Mrs. MT-fclIiT^, 
N B Charlnn J.( „., 
K I Ml«s K. M»rtm 
... R. McCniine'.l 
... Qeorge Surtwr- 
E I John McKt-nzi" 
... OiWm. II. (Hs.. 
, . M Cha«. Wrli,'ht 
N B JobD Linuoaii 
N s;HoiirvWent/,.l 
Thomiis Tuvl r 
Frank TurnBr 
J. D. Hsnui'f 
...Ol Alfred Hill 
N B Uainh I'areat 
N S'll. L. Shun J 
V. T. Hardw; ti 
D. Oostcllo 
D. I<<)atoii 
Richard Un - 
Vital Itiludeii 
I.. K. Baker 
Joseph lj«tt 
Qeorsje Mason 
I'ruduutU. H'.ai'. 
C. a. Chlsholm 
George Coiitur- 
Isidore Oiro'ix 
A. N. Vezin,! 
Edward I'rcyvnn 
Napoleon Brcbn 
J. Ij. Tnrner 
J. E, Poirier 
Daniel HHlli.'<.^r 
Mrs Brewster 
Walter Maisti.ill 
Stephen McN^i! 
S. ThompHon 
W. Uaiuini: 
E. W. Cross 
A. McLennHa 
....M'Qeo. Wilson 
, N SiR. N. Beveriige 
N Sj Philip Doty 
... Ol James Camer'jii 
... QiMissM.E. RiTiril 
... Q Joseph Lecler- 
. . Ol Henry Roebu k 
,.. 0^0. Beckfltead 
? E 1 1 Major Wrigtit 
... Q . Edward Cosiett 
N S;Mis8 A.QammoD 
.. 0' Benjamin Tett 
... Q|J. L. Uoiise 
... QIC. U. Taber 
N B David Baylev 



POUT OFFICB. 



ELECTORAL DI8TRICT. 



P08TMA8TBR. 



N 8 
> EI 

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Id.O 
... Q 

... y 

N U 

... Q 

... Q 

NS 

... Q 

... Q 

..Q 

...O 

... Q 

. . M 

,..Q 

N S 

N B 

NS 

..N S 

. . M 

NB 

N B 

,. BC 



NS 
...0 
... 
.NS 
... Q 
... 
... 


IPEI 



id 



Ed. M. Jordan 
Albert Cameron 
F. B. I>acey 
Alex. McDoDAl'i 
A. Bell 
J. F. Wright 
D. A. Jones 
John Davie 
JameK MuUea 
Martin Marti:: 
1 Israel Burton 
Noah Herriiii! 
.... 0!MrB. S. Morlev 
... 01 Nell Morton 
,.. QiThos. J.TouzdI 
N B Mrs. 8. Chalmers 
N B John Curry 
.... O'S. C. Webst«r 
P KIiDaniel McLareii 
N B|A. de Viller! 
..N SiR. L. Dodge 

N B|Wm. Klerst?ii 
. N B;John F. Downt-y 
N BjMisB McLeod 
N B I Robert Jeffery 
...OiD. Dumoucheiit 
i . Q|C. Robertsou 
... Q,0. LaValle 
,..M:o. R.Cau;;if: 
i... 0|J. II. Meachia} 
N B James Manic 



fclleville Yarmouth NS L. Porti-r 

Bfllevllle Station ... Hastings, W It... W. O. Hendcr.-ton 

Wllveaiix Cove Digby N 8 Urh. llelliveaii.Y 

Mliveaiix Village.. Westmoreland N Ull-ewls Rlcha.l 

Ml Mcmnt I'untiac Q George Palmvr 

j^llrnck I Addlngton olMrs. .M. ColTey 

S>M's I'nmeri Oarleton 0|GeorgH Arnold 

Djlmiin Wolfo QiOustave Martel 

Btluiiint Middlesex, S R... ti 

felincint Colchester ....NS 

BelnidrB I Huron, K R 

Bektil .station Verchtires Q 

i)-l(eil Village Vercheres Q 

Bfltmi .Middlesex, K R.. 

liBAwdinl Wellington, C R. 

Myoa'K Cove QuBtfii's N B 

iVimoHdle Cape Breton ...N S 

B«ul»":iila Assa 

B'DilalM York, E R 

BfomlUer Huron, W R 

Nnett Mogantid Q 

BenuloH Corners .... Lanark, N.R 

ftnniiigton Oxford. N R 

B«u»fi)rt I'etorboro', W R.. 

|B«ntoii Oarleton N B 

|-iitp:ith Bothwell i» 

I B'Tiiiiiier MisRleqiioi .... Q 

Btrnstiiril Gloucester .... N B 

krgerville Quebec Q 

I Iterlieley Grey, N R 

•Btrlin Waterloo, N R ... 

I l>rrieiiiile Muskoka .t P S'd 

Bi!rry Mill Station . Westmoreland, N BiC. B. Keith 

B«rryton lAUiert NB Kdward Berry 

B«rTyton j Fieeds. S R James Iterry 

Minis ISaguenay Q 

Btrthier («rt fta») ....[Montmagny Q 

I'S'rtliu'r {f.n haul).. 1 Berthler Q 

Bfrvie iBruce, W R 

ferffick IStormont 

ftriuitt King's N S 

\'B>tliani/ i Durham, E R.... 

Itetliel IShelford Q 

B-lhel Prince Kdward... 

tethfsda lOntario, W R. . ..Oi Frederick Pretty 

l'«'iliiii Marquette M G. II. RowHwell 

Miley Northumb.. W RO 

U^xlsy ; Victoria. N R 

Bic ; Rimouski Q 

Bi'Dvillo ' Levis Q 

Bi^Bank Victoria N S 

I ik Bar Creek Cariboo B C 

Bi.'Brasd'Or I Victoria N S 

BieUruok Iiivornesg NS 

|bi.'Cove IQueen's N BJJas. Humphrey 

Bk'Furk lAlgoma OiR- M. Park 

Bii^iir Ridge ICarloton N BlJ. Bi?gar 

Big Harbour j Victor! i N 3 ^ Pbllip Fraser 

Bi? Intervale (Mar.) 1 Victoria N SlMakolm McLood 

[tulKland Piotou N S{ John Cameron 

Bii Ijake Algomii i Adam Aelick 

Biglioralne Cape Breton... \ 3 !(Jleorge Jewell 

Bi^M.irsh King's P K I ' U. McDonald 

iBijMiirsh lAntigonishe.. NS Mrs. McDonald 

|B«Boint Kent Joseph ChtstT 

Bigl'ond Cape Breton ...N S Michael McNeil 

I Ba PiTt le Bear Shelburne .. N 3 jGeorgo Harding 

Bu- Ridge Cape Breton. ...N 9! Angus JIcDonald 

I Big Springs IlHStiugH, N.R ...OUesee Neal 

I Bi(! I'racadie Antlgonishe... N S| William Gerroir 

"iiifici Ponti.ic Q J. I'ritchard 

Sllin^s' Hrldge Russell ^lr-'<. l-ongley 

'illTowu King's N siW. Stuli. Sweet 

l^'abrtiok \ Wentworth, S R . James Gawley 

|«iu.;Lam Road Monck 0' Nicholas Miller 

" ibi'm Wellington, S R. oiw. Wansbrough 

IjiaKartb .Marquette M A. P. (lold:*iiUil 

IBinscatth Farm .Marquette M G. L. Smellie 

|Bir:h Iti.ige Victoria N H Thos. Knnwles 

If^'bton Compton Q J. A. Mc.Wight 

IW'sHill Lisgar M G. Chudleigh 

I'J'flitowti iShelhurne N S; Rufus Hrowa 

|»iri'-i Creek ' Ha.stiugs, N R J. Miirphv 

l^'fltmi JYork N B Robert Bird 

l?'f'l«'»llsi Peterboro', K R . J I.incaster 

niiighani IFrontenac Mrs.Blrminghan 

l'"°aiu Umbton, E R ... o'J. Henderson 



W. H. Odell 
Thomas liindsay 
Petnr TerrlfT 
J. 1). I.eblaiic 
J. R. Brillon 
.lohn Gibson 
A. Ligbtlwdy 
J. Li. Belvea 
John McNeil 
David Miller 
Wm. Forfar 
Jon. Miller 
J. Bennett 
T. B. Carswell 
P. W. Murray 
Alex. Galloway 
Almon J. Teed 
John .McLachlin 
Samuel Cook 
Joseph Aube 
Mrs. p. Petitclerc 
Georp Fleming 
Wm. Jaffray 
J. A. Crawford 



P. C. Dupuis 
P. S. Joncas 
Mrs. Z. Lavallee 
Nichol Mclntyre 
Moses N. Tobin 
Kdward C. Fostei 
C. W. K^lly 
W. Bartlett 
John Robinson 



John Sldey 
W. G. Peel 
J.R. Colclough 
Honoro Girard 
Donald Smith 
John(}alla^her 
mm McDonald 
Malcolm McLeod 



POST OFFICl. 



Birr 

HirlU 

Blscota^lng 

Bishop's Mills 

nishop'ri CroB^Ing .. 

BishopvlUe.. 

Bismarck 

BIsHctt Creek 

BisHon 

Black Bank 

Black Brook 

Black BriMik 

Blackburn 

HIdck- Cape 

Black Creek 

Black's Corners 

Black Heath 

Black Land 

lllack Point 

Black Point 

I. -k Point 

Black River 

Black River 

Black River 

Black River Bridge 
Black River Bridge 

Black Rock 

Black Rock 

Black Rock 

Blackstock 

Blackwater 

Black's Harbour. ... 

BiackviUe 

Blair 

Blair Athol 

RIalrhampton 

Blairton 

Blake 

Bl.ike 

Blakeney 

Illanchard Road 

lilaiichard :?ettlem't 

Blanche 

Blanche 

Blanchet 

Blr.udford 

Blandford 

Blar.dford Static n... 

Ulcntyre 

Bliyney Ridge 

*Bi'i-k('r Street . . . . 

Bleniitiiu 

Blessington 

Blind River 

BUsafield 

Block House 

Bloiaidon 

Bloomfield 

Bloomfleld 

Bloomfield 

Bloomfield 

Bloomfield 

Bliximfield Ridge. ... 
Bloomfield Station . 
Bloomfield Station. 

Bloomingdale 

Blooming Point 

Bloomington 

l$loonisburg 

Hlue Bonnets 

Blue Cove 

Blue Mountain 

Blue'.s Mill 

Blue Rock 

'^Iiievale 

Blnnienort 

BlijUie 

RlyfhfieKl 

Blytheswopd 

Hciakview 

* Bfhcaijijenn 

Bociibeo 

Bogart 

Hognor 

Boiestown 

Boileau 

BoisdaleBarachols. . 



lUtCTORAL DIHTRICT. 

Middlesex, B R...~0 

|.Marqnetto M 

I Blscotasing 

Orenvllle, N R... 

Wolfe Q 

Kings N8 

[Monck 

Renfrew, N R . . 

I Ileauce (i 

Siracoe, S R O 

jNorth'mb'rl'd. N S 
Cape Breton.... N S 

Russell 

Bonaventure Q 

Welland O 

Wellington, N R O 
Wentworth, S R. 
RestlgoHche ... N B 
Restlgonche ... N B 

Halifax N 3 

Queen's. ..... .N S 

North'mb'rI'd. N B 

St. .John N B 

I Antigonishe... N 8 
I Prince Edward. . 
j North'mb'rI'd. N B 
Cumberland. N S 
Gloucester . ... N B 

'victoria N IJ 

Durham, W R.... 

Ontario, N R 

. N S 



Charlotte 
North'mb'rI'd. .\ B 
Waterloo. 3 R.... 
Restigouche ...N B 
Victoria, N R .... 
Peterboro', E R... 

Huron, S R 

Marquette .... M 

Lanark, N R O 

Pictou NS 

Gloucester. . . . N B 

0tt*iva Q 

'Shelburne.... N 3 

I<evis Q 

ArChabaska Q 

Lunenburg ... N S 

Oxford, N R 

Grey, E R 

York N B 

Toronto, Centre. 

Kent 

Hastings, E R.... 

'Algoma 

j North'mb'rI'd. N B 

jLunenbnrg N S 

King's....... N8 

i Prince PMward... 

I Prince P E I 

Carleton N B 

King's N B 

Di/by NS 

York N B 

King's N B 

Prince P E I 

Waterloo, N R ... 

Queen's P EI 

, Ontario, W R.... 
I Norfolk, N R .... O 

Hochelaga Q 

Gloucester. . . . N )? 

Picton N S 

Inverness N 3 

Lunenbourg... N S 

! Huron, K R 

Selkirk M 

Huron, E R 

Lisgar M 

Essex, S R 

I Victoria, 3 li 

1 Charlotte N B 

Hastings. E R ... 

Grey, N R O 

North'mb'rI'd. N B 

I Ottawa Q 

I Cape Breton . . N S 



POfiTMASTIR 

Peter Bowev 
W. H. H. Wood 
J. deG. Stuart 
G. Ft rguson 
John McFadden 
RoJxjrt Bishop 
J'lhn Sundy 
R M. PaMorscn 

F. Hamanne 
H. Heitnian 
Andrew Loggie 
H. Livingstone 
.lohn ('(uighlin 
Robert Fair 
Isaac H. Allon 
James Grahan\ 
Alex. Blain 
Wm. CiK)k 
David .Mc.N'air 
V. V. Hubley 
George A. Shand 
R. Mi'N'anghton 
Robert Stewart 
Colin Grant 
Alva Grinimon 
A. Cameron 
James Williger 
Miss M. Murphy 
Leonard Reld 

R H. Priest 

iW. J. Shannon 
O.W. Cross 
W. H. Grindley 

!J. Renshaw 
Jos. Parrant 

IWm. Blair 

'T. C. ("askey 
John Leslie 
Wm. Cairns 
Peter McDougall 
Donald Ross 
Luc Blanchard 
Samuel (Jampbell 
Mrs. R. Thomas 
Joseph Paciuet 

D. Bergeron, 
>!iss K. Seaboyer 

E. Wilson 

Jas C. Patterson 
Josiah Davis 
Mrs. K. Newton 
J. K. Morris 
Henry Cole 

G. A. Butterfleld 
Jbmes Fowler 
Miss 3. Jodrey 
Philip Brown 

A. B. Saylor 
M. Gallant 
Miss R. J. Dunn 
John Leavitt 
H. R, Jones 
Alex. Macdonald 
Alfred Taylor 
Fabitn Peter.* 
V. Kirchner 
Alex. Rattray 
.Maxson Jones 
J. H. Lingwood 
Alf Dore 
J. H. Doiron 
A. .McDougall 
Malcolm Blue 
Kdward Knickle 
.Tar.'.es Timmins 
W. Aeniple 
D. B. VcKinnon 
Wm. H. Mellow 
John Miller 
Hugh Mowbniy 
Irvine Junkin 
Mrs. Ilansc n 
S. G Dafop 
C. II. Ileming 
Dan. McMillan 
P. Boileau 
1 D. McNeil 



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Hnltilnlu Clmpvl 
lioii'U KIUkii.. 
ll'U Krmir .... 

Houifiaiu 

HdUIiu' 

Uollii^liroktt ... 

Holdover 

Ikiit'ill ('••llllY ... 

Hiiltuli t'oinst 

Ilol.nii Olxil 

lloMiitntoii 

Itmi Aiciiiil 

lliiiiitVHiitiii'ii Ihliind 
U.iii,'«ii'iitiire Klv«r. 

Koii I)><nlr 

•i*.H(/'lCil(i 

Hi<iii.Mi(l'sC(>ruerB... 

Hoimxi'luMM 

Iloiilie KHpei'Mlire. . . 
lliiniie)lUvw:'<IHtl()ii 

Itnniiit' Doiiii 

l)llII4hllW 

Hci'kton 

Hooin 

lluxli 

BonI k I'louffe 

Uiinlnaux 

ISi<riitv>tiii 

Hdlllisll 

lloriMlllL'O 

HovoM 

ItiHi'urvis 

lloskuii^ 

Ho:<toti 

llonn'ish 

l<i>4toii Mills 

ll.nwortli 

Bot.tiiv 

•U'lliivell 

Botliwell 

Bolrenux 

UoLxloiil I'ortagu . ... 

ll.uiohervilln 

HouchettH 

Ududi'H Hill 

UouJreiiu Vlll«(;e ... 

Bou^ia 

Bouloxnu 

BourJeHU 

Boulardarie 

BouUrdario B.LtiadH 
Boiil.ii'd.Hiit) Cuutre. 
Bmil.trdHiio KRSt ... 
Boulardario West... 

Boulter 

Boundary Creek 

Boundary, Prosqu'ile 

Bourkiteois 

Bounr LouU 

Bowusville 

Bowliui? Oreeu 

' BowtiuinvilU 

Bo\ Grove 

Boi/lston 

Buyue 

Boyuton 

*Brac<briJge 

Braokenrlg 

8raoklev Point 

Brack ley Point R'd. 

Brticoudale 

* Bradford 

Bradley 

Bradsbaw 

Bradwardine 

Brae 

Brae Lake 

Braemar .... 

Braeside 

Bramley 

'Brampton 

Brauoh La Have . ... 

Bratichton 

Brandon 

Brandon Hills . . 

Brandy Creek 

Braustield 



l'()8T OKKIOKH IN CANADA. 



[1888 



ILXCTOHAL IilHTHKVr. 



Oh|m< Briil(iii....N S 

'IVrndMiiino (J 

Pi>iii|»c g 

Wrlklrk M 

BuniiCM Q 

Lanark, S 11 

Vii-torlii, N U . ... O 

Kroiun *.} 

Broine Kl 

Broiiie ij 

Northumb., \V K. O 

Vlctoila N l» 

(iH^pe IJ 

BoiiHvnnture H 

^HKIIHIIHy {) 

York. N R (I 

Prliii'H Kdwitrd... O 
Kentrew, 8 K . . () 

SanuMtmy (J 

Charlotte N l< 

LlKk'ar M 

Qutwn'ii .... ..P K I 

Norfolk. N 11 

luvorneNs N S 

Poiidac Q 

Laval Q 

lloclmlaKa Q 

Perth. N K (> 

.MiddleHex, N 11... () 

KuHMtdl () 

ShelFord y 

AHHa 

Victoria. N K .. O 

Norfolk. N R 

InvorneiiH N .S 

IVul 

Wellington. C R. 

KlK'in. VV R O 

Bothwcll 

King's P E 1 

Ohatoauguay . . . .Q 
WeHtinoreland N B 

Chainbly _ Q 

Ottawa ...' Q 

Dnndas 

Wnstniori'laiid N B 
.laniuesCartior . Q 

Drummoiid () 

Mtmkoka 

Victoria N 8 

Cape Breton ...N S 

Victoria N 1^ 

Victoria N S 

Cape Breton ... N S 
llastiuga, N R ... 
\>'entmoreland N B 

Carletou N B 

Kent N B 

Portneuf Q 

Russell 

Vrellington, N R 
Durham, \T R ... 

York, K R 

Quysboro' N S 

Haltou 

Stanstead Q 

Ontario. N R . . . 
MuBkokaA PS'd. 

Queen's P E I 

Queen's P E I 

York, W R 

York, N R 

Bruce, E R 

Bothwell 

Selkirk M 

Prince P E I 

MuBkoka ft P S'd. 

Oxford. N R 

Renfrew. 8 R . ... 

Siracoe, S R 

Peel 

Lunenburg. . . N S 
Waterloo, S R.... 

Selkirk M 

Selkirk M 

Norfolk, N R 

North umberrd,N B 



POSTMAMTKK. 

I). N .Mclnlyio 
O. ('hii|ili-Hii 
C. A. Prln^ 
Alex .McKnIght 
Pierre Begin 
.lohn Kmry 
Adam ."itnliack 
.loH. N. Holland 
l!. .1. KorllM 
I''. A. Ilanunond 
T. W. Forbes 
.laiuHH II. Adam 
Philip lloNsy 
Kreil. Forest 
Thaili'o (lagiiou 
E. .) . Carter 
.loll I) Bongard 
Kdwiird .M( or 
W. 11. Wlillely 
.MIsK I. MalliKitiin 

ThiMUHH llllt':ll 
,1. A Robertson 
P. N. Mcintosh 
.\lex. McKiiclierti 
llobt. Wilson 
L. iSaiiriol 
Wrn. Picard 
Mrs. K. Walsh 
Arch M<'l.i'iid 
rrello \'Hihoii 
iWni. llackwell 
W. (lalloway 
.losi'ph Beatty 
Oliver C. House 
John McDonald 
Neil Clark 
.1. Sanderiun 

C. McBrayiu- 
Wni. Ki'gan 
David McVean 
O. Hcrii:evin 
M. Uallilmn 
L. Norinandiu 
.lohn (Jrace 
Henry W. Ford 
Alex. Boudreau 
Leon Vervais 
Frederic Wood 
W H Rhainev 

D. R, McDonald 
M. McKenzio 
Alex. Matheson 
John Patterson 
John McNeil 
VV. D. Parkhurgi 
R. B. C. Weldon 
Elijah Cosman 
J.J. Bourgeois 
Patrick RnsHoll 
J. Uainble 
Miss B. Edgar 
J. B. Fairbalru 
John .McCaffrey 
J. R. Atwatcr 
Richard Dolby 
John Crosbie 
Robert P. Perry 
John Davidson 

J B McCalluni 
John McMillan 
Frank Turner 
IL S. Broughton 
Keb'ca Robinson 
Wm Bradshaw 
John Parr 
A. Campbell 
Wm J Taylor 
Daniel Burke 
JohnGillis 
John Gordon 
M. M. Elliott 
Edward Viouot 
Michae' Laing 
J. C. Kavanagh 
James Baker 
Jas. Wintermute 
J Sullivan 



four o>ricr. 

' Itraiitfiirii 

Dray's ('rossing. . . 

Itray.ll Lake 

Ilreadalbiiiii- 

Ilreadalbane 

Ilri'chin ,. 

llreuton 

Ilrentwood 

llriiMlau 

Itlewer's MIIIh 

ItreWKter 

Brlcklny 

Bridge ('reek 

Ilridgeilale 

Bridge Knil 

Bridgenorlh 

Bridgeport 

liruliiti.iirt 

Ilrlilgeport Mines .. 

' lirult]i'toion 

Ilridgeville 

'/in.li/i-wati'r 

Hi'iilf/ewiitrr 

llrlerwood 

Ilrlgden 

Ilrigg's Corner 

Biigbam 

•Hriuht 

BrigTiton «, 

*Bni/litim \ 

Brightsidb' 

Hriley's Brook 

Hrinsley 

Brinston's Corners.. 

Brisbane 

Hrislol 

Biistid 

Britannia 

Britannia .Mills 

Briton 

Brltonville 

Broadbeiit 

B r( )ad Co ve Chapel .. . 
Broad Cove (Luoen.) 
Broad Cove Mine.t... 
Broad (^ove Pond ... 

Broadlands 

Broadview 

'Brockton 

*Brockville 

Brodhageu 

Brodie 

Brokenliead 

Bronie ft 

Brompton 

Brompton Falls 

Bronsou 

*Brnnte 

Brookburn 

Brookbury 

Brooke 

Brookdale 

Brookdale 

Urooktleld 

Brooktield 

lirookfleld Station... 

Krookholm 

Hrookland 

*Brooklin 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

Brooksdale 

Brookvale 

Brookvale 

Brook Village 

Brookville 

Brookville 

Brookville 

Brophy's 

Brotherston 

Brougham 

Broughton 

Broughton Station 

Brouseville 

Brown Hill 

Brown's Brook .... 



I ILIRTOIIAL IMNTIIICT. 



I'llSTMADTIH. 

A. D. (/'UoiBrir 
C llrav 



Brant, S It 

Kuhi-hII O 

Var nth . . . . N .SI Isalali Cronliy 

iGIengarry J. R, ('nriipi„ 

IRestlgonche... N B'JoIui McMllUn 

Ontario, N R oj.lohn llniiL^rd 

Yarninnlli . . . .N SiSaiiiu.l l'i)iiii,.|| 1 

Sltnc N R John irt:,,iin„|| 

Waterl.M., N K ... OIJoscpli Hi, m 

Frontrnac 0' Kolwrt An^ln, 

Mlt'dl X, N R. o'WIIlJai,, Kiilt.m 

Northnnib., E R. () Wni. Lynih 

Mari|uette MiOeo. Krasiir 

Albert N H K. X. .><twvH» 

Glengarry 0' W. ('. .Mcdiin, 

Peterboro', W R.. OJMarcuM ■•<. Dhkii 
WaterlcHi. N R ... t»| II. .McliMW„ri,iHi,a| 
(Jape Bieton... ,N S Daniel (iniluim 
iCape Breton... N SiF. J, .Mitc|ii.|| 
Annapolis .... N s| K. DoiIkh. jim 

Pictou N H.lobn A.l'uiMerim 

Hastings, N R ... OiMis. .1, II. Jiim« 
Lunenburg ... N SLioHeph WliitlnrSi 

Selkirk M W. 11, Orny 

l.anibton OJJobn ArinKtmnl 

yuecn's N Billugli .McUmiii 

Bronie Q; John n'('(,iiii(,r 

Oxford, N II OlWm B. Wlls,.ii 

iDigby N SiHIlzalK.tli Y(imi,( 

Northunib. .E K.. OiT. ('. l.r.ikwiMuj 

[Lanark, N R 0| William l/icht-si 

lAutigonlshe... N S;R Cliislmlin 
Middlesex, N R... t)i(ieorgi< Itrimn 

DundiiK O Charles l/K'k 

Wellington, tS R.. 0{ Joslina AmIiIuv 

Carleton N B J. H. lUvwarJ 

Piintiac Q Thonwis Cniii: 

Peel (J, J. A. Oriwiilus 

Bagot Q'Mrs. Il.duillwrl 

iPertli, N R o| Joseph KreiMuanl 

Ari^enteiill Q^Geo. IlHinilInu 

MuskokaA PS'd. OiTlios. I'iitleis.m 

Inverness N S Alex. Mibcllsu 

Lunenburg ... N SiMrs. Kd. Teel 

Inverness N Sj J. J. Caniptwl! 

Inverness N S J. A. .Mcl.elliin 

Bonaventure ... Q,Melvin Ailaiim 

Assa Robt l'iitlcr*i[i 

York. W R 0\ R Hill 

Brockville O W. Kilzslmiiiousl 

Perth, N. R OiGeo. Lennlisnit 

'(Uengarry O .lohn A. Smith 

ILisgar...". M I'M A Dujimil 

Brome Q Kdgar Clia|iiu>D I 

Richmond Q' Henry Aiidisou 

I Richmond Q i ^I- McDoiniell 

' Hastings, N R ... o; l-'red. Mullctt 

Halton OlG. K. McCrmmy | 

! Annapolis.... N SiH. D. llauks 

.Compton QlR. KowH 

I lianark, S R . . . . Oi B. McKcracher 

iOttawa QiFieil G Mever 

Selkirk M ICharle.'* tlowmi 

Colchester ... N S James (Irahain 

iQneen's N Sii^amnel Neilv 

Welland o'Mrs. M. Topp 

: Grey, N R Geo. Crane 

|pictou N&jWm. Gray 

lOntarlo, 8 R o| A. Somerville 

I King's P E 1:11. D Compton 

!Queen's N s'j. R. Hall 

Yarmouth N S;J D Morrill 

, Oxford, N R O'Thos.lIerou 

iQueen's N B Mrs. M. t'owlie 

i Halifax N S Mrs. 0. ll.tiinah 

Inverness N S Robert Friz/.!.^ 

|Ciunborland... N S Leander lIfttlielJ| 

I Plctou N S Simon Kra.ser 

jCarleton N B Hugh T. Londunl 

I Antigonishe Thos Bropliy 

I Wellington. N R. Montezuma Bro«| 

iOntario,WR T B Willis f 

iBeauoe Q Chas. H.J. M\ \ 

I Heauce Q James McOw 

Greaville. S R ... Wm. AiiJerson 

York. N It John Brown 

Cumberland ... N S Wm Anderson 



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A. 1), (;i»in„i,t '"I 
r, Itiiiv 
iHalnli OriMliv 
J. U. Ciiiiipii, 
John McMllliin 
.Idhli llniri.trd 
Shiiiu.I I'biimi'II 
Jiiliii ii'ChiiubIi 
JoHt'pli llii 111 
Kolwrt Arj|(lni 

I R. o!williiuii Kult.n 
Kll. () Win. l,yii,h 

... M |U(«i. KriiMir 
.. N U V. .\. Sli.t.vH» 

OIW. ('. M.'iiilllii 

K.. OjMiinuK ,->, |)hiiii 
II ... 0| II. fi'lii'Wiiriimiiijj 
.. N SDhhIbI (iiiihmii 
,.. N SjK. J. .Milolii.ll 
.. N SjK. I)i"Ik», juij, 
.. N 8,.Iiilin A.Cmiiiirii, 

II ... OlMiM. .1, II.JuniB,^ 
.. N Sl.IoH.iph Wliitliiril 
MjW. ll.OMy 

oi.lohn .^tiiiHtnini 

... N Uilliiuli McUrti, 

Q;Jiilin tl'('(iniiiir 

OlWin H. WIUmh 

... N SiKll/.iilK'tli Yum 
nil.. OlT. ('. I.r„'kw,i,i,l' 

(t WilliHinl,iK'lirt 

.. M S:K CliiKli<>li.i 
R... Oj(^Hl)r^;l< Hriiwii 

()!ChmlHs Iak'Iv 

H R.. OiJoKlnm Axhluv 
....N H .1 II lUjwar'j 

Q ThoniHs Cnii< 

(jjJ. A. (Irivniuii 

Q'MrH. ILduillwr 

oJJoHoph t'riM'iiian ] 

Q (ItM). llHlIlJItull 

'S'd. oiTlion. I'iitt.iis,iii 
... N 8: Alex. MrU'lliiii 
... N SiMrH. Kd.TM 
... N S!J. J. CHmptwII 
... N S'J. A. McLrlliin 
( ... (JiMolvin AilmiiK 

, . AhHH' RoIiI I'lltllTitmi 

1 K Hill 

O Vi'- Kllznimiiiousl 

Oi'lfii. [jfonliiirilt 

() .Inhn A. itiiiith 
.'..'.'.'mI'M A UujiHnl 

q; Kdgar Cliapmsn 

Q'llHiiry AiidiWL 

Q,M. McDonnell 

R ... o'Krea. Mullutt ^ 

OiO. K. MoCian«y 

, .. N SiII. I). Hunks 

QJR. Howe 

.... Oill. McKiTucher 
.'.'.'.' Ql Pied G Mi'ver 

MlChHrle.sUo'wan 

... N S James Omhum 

qIMts. M. Topp 

fleo. Crane 

.... N &| Wm. Ginv 

[ A. Somerville 

,..l' E I II- I) Compton 

... N S'J.U. Hall 
, ,. N 8|J D Morvill 

OlTlioB.lierdn 

.... N B Mrs. -M. Kowlii- 
.... N S Mrs. 0. ll.wnah 
.... N .S Robert Frizzle 
I... N S Leander UrttlitlJj 
... N S Simon Kra.ser 
.... N B UughT. LoBduoj 
) Tlios Brnphy 

N R. Montezuma BvoJj 
J.... T B Willis I 

Q Chtts. H.J. Hall I 

Q JatufS McOiw 

R ... Wm. Anderson 

John Brown 

I ... N S Wm Anderson 



I- .|T orriOK. RLECTOHAI. lUMTRICT. I'llNTMAHTRH. 

I vniwij^liurK ArKi*iitt*ull (j I). Smith 

H:,]\»nN OrtMik KIiik'm I' K I John llnifH 

l!r,i«n'rt Mountain.. , Anti({oiilHhH.,. N S A. McKitihnrri 

I Ai>w!i-vill«t Norlolk, N R .... O Wm. lloUKhiiHr 

ir «m-vIIIh I'ii'lou N S JaincH ('nniiTon 

in rVillu jKiUK'N N II ('...I KhlK 

iru li^ld Illiiron. 8 R 0,Rot)..rt .MiirkH 

:.iu> iSin't 'Al^omii (ino. Mp.rkH 

Uruletittll Rnnfrew, 8 R.... OJ.IiiH. (.'ohihIIo 

Bruli (!olch(fHt(>r N 8i I). StuviMiHon 

Bn.iMMr llVrth, N R (>ijuhu Attii(l«H 

IL-ni^wick iDiirhitiii, I') R .... tljLcni. l'atl»<rHon 

\>S',.ifh I Huron, V, R (),Johii R (Iriiiit 

Bryiailon , MlddloHcx, K R... T. II. (louldinK 

lllfv- tnii .NiirfhunilwrrnNII AltHTt llrvi'rtr.n 

•II. Ill I'ontUc Q K. II. 1). I.allmir 

•.'ii 'iiui'idm Ottawa ti H'.-l. WIIhon 

;<i kUiid Bi'lUtchuHne {} T. Rnulleau 

Hi.;U\» VIclorlii N 8 M.Mcl.<'od 

lin »l,.v'« KinK'K N 8 Mr.s 8. llnckU.y 

Su.i:iichf. K«nt N B II. 11. K()li>y 

!-u ;^r Ri-iitr»w, N R ... O Timothy (lormoi 

liui: MuoNH Hill iKInx'* N II K. BohHou 

Buil. ok'HOomem ...j Went worth, N R. O W. Bullock, jun 

llu wi<r Compton tj A. .''aMlKirn 

buiitrm Carleton N B K. V. McNally 

I Bii :',<Hn Orey, 8 R O I). McIiineH 

biiMvitii ' Lnnihton, AV R... O Wm. Johnrion 

I k-li'n York N 11 John .Moor« 

B.7iin< Hrant,8 R IlHnryOo.\ 

I Bn-;.»s^villo i Oxford, 8 K O K. W. Hui.'hhh 

li.-.Mvne Ilructi, .\ R O J. A. Darling 

IjriiyneBay i VanoouVHr HC John .Maxwell 

Bii-lci'ton Station... Durham O .M. E. tJni;<lov 

H'i-'\< Falls IMuHkokaA I' 8'd. O David K. Burk 

Bii-lulith l'BterlK)ro', K R... OAloX. Brown 

8:ir:,>i/h CallR ' I'otorboro', K R... O John Ilulmurt 

'S'rHnylon Ilaltou J. T. Bantedo 

Bu int;ton Prince I' K I Jomiph DaviMon 

ii'.-.liiJ!ton iKinK'ti N 8 W. K. Andernon 

Bii-i.iniston liuach ... Wontworth, 8 R. Ol John IlunheH 

5". iwliy 'Monck Oi W. A. Kinnaird 

Bii.:iljr«B Northumb., K R. Alex. Donald 

h- .iianithorpe Peel OiJameR Currie 

liTuIfV Northumb., WR. O Wm. Lawler 

Sufim ' Perth. N R O VV. II. Freeborn 

BiiMHi'ie Marquette MiW A Mi'Intosh 

Burnside Two .Mountains. (2 John Wood 

P'lnnide Plctou N 8 AngU'* McLeod 

Bur:i9towu Renfrew, 8 R .... O Donald MeRao 

Bu asville Oloncester, . . . N B R. Montgomery 

Ei,rnt Church Northumberl'd N B John Ilaniliton 

Btrmi'nat flanta N H Robert Faulkner 

P'l'Dt Itiver Victoria, N R .... O Mrs 8 Moore 

Bi.rard Inlet N.Westmlunter B C Ooorge Black 

Eii.-ritt's Rapids ....Oronville, N R... OlThos. A. Kidd 

Biirtii Brant, 8 R David Uurtch 

B'rton Durham, KR.... 0|Jame8 MrGill 

1 6i-ton Siinbury N BM. K. A. Burpee 

Bi-ton Prince P E 1 1 R. T. Wright 

fia-v'') (Jreon Victoria, N R .... John Fell 

Bvhiielil Huron, K R Jame.s Neweomb 

Bah (lieu Stormont O Gordon BuHh 

B'.-.i [MeKantic Q W. Murohie 

3,':ertield 'Selkirk M Henry Dann 

■^'rnut Riiigt Kiut,''8 N B H. A Keith 

Sjtonvllle York, E R 0,T. Thonnon 

E.itiin iKent D. C. Echlin 

IB-:!; [Monck OMos. A Bicknell 

8:; Inlet .MuHkoka & P 8'd. OiJas. White 

■f- i(? Met North ... Mnskoka & P S'd.O Pierra Potviu 

-"vucdale lEs.sex, N U 0; Wm. Byrne 

" He's Head King's P E I W. McCullough 

)u Middlesex, SR... O: Robert Sadler 

j I'lnis Head King's P E IJohn .Mclntyre 

I '-'» lie Creek Vale B C James Campbell 

''^'.•nma Temiscouata Q J. B. Beaulieu 

■*imus , Durham. W R ... T. W. Robertson 

I i^ilurois [Marquette Ml A. Smith 

Cswrea Durham, W R ... Henry JobHn 

'^»aor8 iStormont 0,0 S Johnstone 

fea's Mountain. ...| Victoria N 8jl» McKenzie 

I Cvas River ; North'mb'rl'd. N BIMrs.C. Murdoch 

fiia«ville Brant, N R OiMalachi Seager 

5'-3town 'f.eeds. S R OjMri. HoKeboom 

I rna;orm jMiddlesex, W R. OiThos. Wescott 



foHT orrici. 



KLfOTOHAL lill^TRIOr. 



PDHTMABTEH. 



CalKior Ortutru j Wcntworth, 8 R. O 

CnulitnnlU Wiintworth, H R. O 

CalaboKlH Rwnliew H R .... II 



(lalder 

I'nlderwnod 

Caldwell 

Caldwell 

Caldwell's Mills 



8R. 



Wni. Nevells 
A. SpearH, Jun. 
Kolierr .Mrlnlyr* 

O Thomas Hall 

() A.O>>ld..r 



Middle) 
llrey, A K 

Cardwull O .la-i Connor 

I'ontlac U T. \.n\vx, 

Lanark. N R t) W. C. Caldwell 

l\iUilmt 'Caldwell 8. 8tubl)s 

Calei|<in East lOardWMll Thos. Oanston 

<'iiUiliiiii<i Illaldimand .... O John .Scott 

Cal.Ml.iida Itjueen's P EIIM. M Stewart 

I iihiliiniii (hnif-r IQneen's N 8 J. II. HjiiIow 

Caledoni'i Mills | AnIlKonishe... N 8' Rod. McDonald 

Caledonia Mines (.'ape Breton ... .N 8 I) M llurchell 

Caled(mla,8t..Mary'si()uyslM)n>' .... N ;' J. A. chisholm 

CaledonlaSettllem't.lAlliert N II <1. D. Reld 

Caledonia Spring's... Prescott O K. Arnxldl 

Alta (i.e. KluK 

Victoria .\ It -las Fit/.Nimmoni^ 

Selkirk M K. Ilidli.n 

t^alhoun i Wohlmoreland. N II T. B. Calhoun 

<!allender Muhkoka.t P 8'd O Mrs K 8 Wilhon 

Gallon IeIxIu. E R O Wm. Mc()re«or 

Calumet I ArKentenil Q Mrs H llnrrh 

Calumet Inland | Pontiac U .lohn Ciihill 

(/'amUirne 
*('iiinhray 
('amliria. .. 



(\iiii(iry 
('alit'ornla . . . . 
Calf Mountain 



Northumb, W KO .(ohn Willl.ims 
Victoria. .V R .... U H. J I.ytle 

ArKenteull QM. J. Sironii 

Cambridne JQueen's N II Wm. 11 White 

CamliridKe Hants N8 Jauie>. SUrratt 

Cambridge Station... Klnn's .N' S John Colwll 

Camden C(di'hester N SJKdward I.okhii 

Camden, East ' Ad<linKton Oi Benjamin ClarR 

Cameron i Victoria. N R .... O' James Brysen 

Cameron's .Mills 1 Kent N B John A. Clamerou 

Cameroutown (lleURarry f)!Mrs. K. Cameron 



Camilla 

(!amille 

('ainlachU 

Campliell 

Campbollcroft 

"CamphfUfirrd 

Campbell's Cross .... 
Oauipbull Settlem't. 
Campbell Settlem't. 

Camjibellton 

■ Camphelltm 

Camphf.lhHIl' 

Canipbeliville 

Campdun 



"Q.'ide Chattauguay . . . Q James Cairns 



I'ardwell O M J Morrbon 

Mar(|uette 31 Robt Robertson 

Lambton, W R... O.loseph Cairns 

Inverness N 8! Hugh Campbell 

Durham, E R.... A. Smith 
Nor^iunib., E R.. Oi W. II. Archer 

Peol O'James Otsar 

Kinn'H N B D. K.Campbell 

York \ B H.McKailand 

Eluin, W R OMrs.M'Kerracher 

Restigouche ... N B A. McKyndrick 

Halton O S. R. Lister 

Selkirk M Stanley K Carr 

Lincoln II. W. .Moyer 

(Umpi) BMo ICharlotte N Bl Luke Byrcm 

Canaan ' Russell OJohn Larniour 

Canaan |Yaruiouth X 8 0. II. Hurlburt 

Canaan King's X S'W. J. Wallace 

Canaan Rapids 'Queen's N B Robert Phillips 

Canaan Station I Westmoreland X II J. L Bernard 

Canada Creek iKing's X 8 Chas. K. Katou 

Canard I King's X 8 J. H). Lockwood 

Canard River ! Essex, N R P Drouillard 

Canboro' ... .. Monck Eli W Birdsall 

Candaaville 'Monck James Marshall 

Cantield Haldimand OJohn Switzer 

CaDraore Alta .Mrs. Cumpston 

Cannamore |Stf)rniont OJohn Ilugbea 

Cannes 'Richmond X 8 John K. Fortune 

Cannlfton Hastings, E R ... 0: J. 0. Forester 

Canning ; Brant, N R Sam'l Allchin 

'banning King's N SiC. E. Borden 

*CaHningtfm Ontario. N R O' Robert Talbot 

Canobie Qlouaister X B Robt. Sealey 

C»noe Lake Capo Breton... N S Mrs. A. Munro 

Cannonville Cumberland.. N S E. I). Fullarton 

' Cii»S'i Quysboro' N S .lames Tate 

Canterbury Compton Q Robt. Groom 

Canterbury lYork X B C. E. Grosvenor 

Cant Tbury Station .'York X B William Main 

Cautley Ottawa Q R.Brown 

Canton Durham. E R .... OJohn W Maybee 

CapM'Aigle Charlevoix Q Mrs E. .Savard 

Cap Chat .. Ga8p6 Q Telesphore Roy 

Cap des Rosiers Gaspd QiJ. A. Whalen 

Cape Bald Westmoreland. X B.Amos Burke 

Cape Cove Gaspe QlJames Baker 

Cape Chin Bruce, N R Alex. Currie 

j Cape Croker Bruc«, X R F. Lamorandi6r« 

' Cap de Moselle Creek Altwrt N B.John Wilson 



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Cape Egmont 

OapoOeorge 

Oap« George Harbor 

Cape John 

*VapeUnn 

Cape Mabou 

Cape North 

Cape Negro 

Cape Negro Island. 

CapeOzo 

Cape Rich 

CapeSatileUland... 

Cap La Ronde 

Cap Magdeleine 

Cap Knuge 

'OapSante 

Cape Spear 

Cape Station 

Cape Traferae 

Cape Wolfe 

Caplin River. ...... 

Cap St. Ignace 

Capucins 

*Oaraqud, 

Oarberry 

Carden 

Cardigan Bridge . ... 

Cardigan Road 

*OaTdinal 

Cardwell 

Cargill 

Carholme 

Carillon 

Carleton 

*CarUUm 

Carleton 

Carleton 

•Oarltton Place 

*Carleton Street 

Carleton We«t 

Carleton, West 

Carling 

Carlingford 

Carlingford 

Carlingville 

Carlisle 

Carlisle 

Carlow 

Carlow 

Carlsruhe 

Carluke 

Carlyle 

Carman 

Carmanville 

Carmunnock 

Carnarvon 

Carnduff 

Caron 

Caron Brook 

Carp 

Carpenter 

Oarrlboo Marsh 

Carriboo River 

Cariboo Oold Mines. 
Carroll's Corners ... 

Carrolton 

Carrville 

Carson 

Carsonby 

Oarsonville 

Carssdale 

Carswell 

Oartha«e 

Carter's Point 

Carterton 

Cartier 

Cftrtiar 

Cartiervllle 

Cartwnght 

Casault 

Cascades 

Case Settlement ... _. 

Cashel y 

Cashion's Olen 

Oashmure 

Cashtown 

Cass Bridge 



Prince P W I A. L. Gallant 

jAntlgonishe... i* S Robt. McDonald 

Rtch.mond N 8 K. McKenzie 

Pictou N 8 Robert McLeod 

iSherbrooke Q 8. L. Spafford 

Inverness N 8 A. McQuarrle 

'Victoria N 8 Neil McAskil 

Shelburne X S Samuel R S^ain 

'Shelburne N S R. T. Perry 

'Qasp6 Ql A. liOiluguet 

Grey, E R o;j. B. Lister 

1 Shelburne N S|Mrg. E. Kenney 

! Richmond N SlChas Latimer 

iChamplain QIO. Toupiu 

iCtuebec Q Leon Laine 

iPortnenf Q Louis Jacques 

i Westmoreland N B, John McKay 

i Albert N B I W. E. Calhoun 

I Prince P E I Muncey Irving 

Prince PEI J. J. Fifh 

I Bonaventnre . ... Q Solomon Poirier 

JMontmagny Q Mips H. C. Larut 

Rimouski Q Mrs. 8 Cdt6 

Gloucester ... NB J.Q.C. Blackhal) 

Marquette MiH. A. Perley 

Victoria, N R 1 Robert Cowan 

King's P K I Jamef McVeau 

King's P£ I Dennis McQuaic; 

iGronvlUe, 8.R.. Jno. H. Leacy 

Cardwell Rev. G . B. Morlej 

; Bruce, E R . . . . C W Keeliug 

I Norfolk, 8 R James Smith 

JArgenteuil Q MrEMJOFIetchei 

Bonaveuture QiJean Lefebvre 

I St. John N B James R. Reed 

! Prince P E I Charles Doull 

I Yarmouth NS Edwin Croi-by 

.Lanark, S R Pat. Struthers 

I Toronto, Centre . Andrew Jeffrey 

[Bonaventure Q N. Arseneau 

'York, W R Jame.s Hayes 

' Muskoka & P S'd. Robert Blair 

Perth, S R R. H. Cowie 

Victoria N B R. Everett 

Marquette MS. C. Dinsmore 

Wentwotth, N R. Mrs. R. Koella 

Carleton N B Alexander Shaw 

Huron, W R Jas. McDonagh 

Carleton N B S. Cummins 

Bruce, ER Ernst. Seeber 

Brant, N R Oulohn B. Calder 

AssH J Q Turriff 

Selkirk M James Bruce 

Addin gton ' C. Lockwood 

Perth, NR....J.... Thomas Mofifatt 
Victoria, N R ... . Edward Sisson 

Assa J. P, Carnduff 

Assa J. G. McDonald 

Victoria N B T. Pelletier 

Lanark, N R Thos. Brown 

Queen's N B J.T.H. Carpenter 

Cape Breton ...N S M. Ferguson 

Pictou N S John Mclver 

Halifax N 8 Charles Turple 

Halifax N S John Carroll 

i Selkirk MA.H. Carroll 

I York, W R Wm. Cook 

I Assa G. C.Battiacombe 

>Carleton O'Benj. Eastmau 

iKing'B N BlJohn McLeod 

> Assiniboia. N W T Edward Carsii 
I Renfrew, 8 R .... David CarswoU 

Perth, N R C. Schneider 

King's N B Mrs. E. Carter 

Algoma o'JohnG. Kirk 

Algoma C. danders 

Beauharnois QjO. Brunet 

Jai-ques Cartier. ... iChas. Lagftgse 

Selkirk M T. S. Menary 

Montmagny Joseph Ouullet 

Ottawa QlThomas M. Reld 

King's N Gecrue Case 

York, E R o' William Jenkln^ 

'Glengarry OiMrs. C. Oftshiou 

! Middlesex, W R.. George Mansfield 

iSlmcoe, N R OJWm. Cotton 

iDuDdas David Halliday 



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POST OFFICE. 

Cassburn 

Cassel 

CaMelman 

Cassilis , 

Cassville 

Castalia 

Castile 

Catitleavery 

Castlebar 

Ca^'llederg 

Oastlefcrd 

Castlemore 

CutUeton 

Catalone 

Catalone Gut . . 

Cataract 

Cataraqui 

Cathcart , 

Oaugbnawaga ... 

Causapscal , 

Cavlguac 

Cavan 

Ca'iendish 

Cavendish Road 

Cawood 

"Oayuga 

Cazaville 

Cecebe 

Cedar Camp 

Cedar Dale 

Cedar Glove 

Cedar Hill 

Cedar Hall 

Cedar Lake 

Cedar Mills 

Cedar Springs 

Cedars 

Cedarville 

Central Argyle 

Central Bed«que . . . 
Cf ntral Blissvllle ... 
Central Clarence .... 
Central Cambridge. . 
Central Chebogue ... 

Centralia 

Central Grove 

Central Hampstead. 
Central Haynesvllle. 
Central Keswick R. 
Central Kingsclear... 
Central New Annan. 

Central Norton 

Central Onslow 

Centre Augusta 

Centreton 

Centreton 

Centre Village 

Centreville 

GentrevilU 

Centreville 

Centreville 

CbaSey's Locks 

Chalk River 

Chambers 

Chambers Settlem't 

Chambly Basin 

^Chambly Canton ... 

Cbambord 

Chambord 

Champlain 

Chance Harbour 

Chance Harbour. . . . 

Chandos 

Cbannay 

Chantelle 

Chantry 

Ohaptau 

Chaplean 

Chapman 

Chapman 

Chapman Settlem't. 

Chard 

Charing Ci'oit 

Churlecote 

Charlemagne 

Charlinch 

Charlesbourg 



I ItECT ORAL DISTR ICT. | POSTMASTtR. 

'Pre«:o" ro|R. H. MarTuiiT 

Oxford, N U Wm. Armfitrou/ I 

Russell OiR. A. C«»telm«u 

Nortbumb N B J.McTu ijfa.ien 

Stanstead Q L. J. Bancs' 

Chariotte N B H. R. Oraham 

Renfrew, N. R .. OjKdmond liennet ! 

i Marquette M : J. Dugau 

Richmond Q Wm. MtKeage 

Cardwell OJohu WhUvb 

Renflrew, N R . ... John Warnook 

Peel John Taylor 

Northumb.,E R. H. P. Gould 
CapH Breton ... N 8 John MrDoLald 
Cape Breton . . N SiMixs M. Dicksosl 

Cardwell John Howard 

iFrontenac Jos. Northmore 

jOxford, S R Alex. Kennedy 

Laprairie Q Edward Dehlnia 

i Rimouski Q; Alfred DIais 

, Bagot Q Donat De uauit 

I Durham, E R.... Mrs. D. Walker 

1 Queen'8 P E I A. M .MoNeil 

Queen's P B I G. W. McKay 

Pontiac Q George TaDuer 

Haldimand John Cameron 

Huntingdon . ... Q X. Castat'oier 
MuskokaAPS'd.O W. A.Cowau 

j Kings N B Wm. U. Kyle 

'Ontario, 8 R W. ColemiiL 

JYork, E R James Malcome 

Lanark, N R 8. Conuery 

IRimouski Q Joseph Smith 

iDigby N 8 i Daniel Betbuue 

I Cardwell Robert Robb 

Kent I.M.Taylor 

iSoulanges Q E. BiE^honuette 

Grey, E R J. F. McU^hliul 

I Yarmouth N 8 A. M.VanXonltBl 

I Prince PEI Colin Wriglt 

Snnbury X B Luke K. Bailey 

Annapolis NS|Mrii. H. Niehclsl 

Queen's N BJAmos .Mott 

Yarmouth ... N S ' Francis C. Cook | 
Middlesex. N R...0 Beuj. P. Quanv 

Digby N S Wm. A Powell 

Queen's N B| Peleg Smitb 

York N BiWm. Billin.! 

York N BJohn McKeru 

York N B j Mrs. Mary Poor | 

Colchester .... N 8 Wm. Kenned; 
King's N B J. W. Wigrins 



Colchester NS 

Grenville, 8 R ... 
Korthumb., W R. 

King's NB 

Westmoreland X B 

Addington 

Carleton NB 



King's 
Digby . 



N S 
NS 



Jehiel Fulton 
Charles .Murphy I 
Mrs. I. McAulvl 
James Kingston | 
Wm. Read 
,John Hiuob 
Ludlow B. Clark! 
J. M. Ruscce 
8. M. Dakin 



Leeds, S R Jas. W. SimmcB 

Renfrew, N R.... Thos. Field 

Lennox W.J. Chambers | 

Kings N B Philip McManui 

Chambly Q George MaTrand| 

Chambly Q John llackett 

Victoria N B Geo. C. Poitras 

Chlcoutiml Q Job Bilodeau 

, Champlain Q N. Hardy 

'St. John N B David TbimpMlj 

Pictou N S D. Cameron 

Peterboro', E R... O Billings Kilbun 

Beauc« Q' Francois Poulin 

Montcalm Q Arsene MorlD 

Leeds, S R Robt. N. barker 

Pontiac Q Patrick Lynch 

Algoma P. A. Austin 

Hastings, E R ... Alex. Chapnsn 
Westmoreland N B,B. Chapman 
Cumberland... N 8 L. Greene 

Presoott 0; Wm. J. Brown 

Kent John Hunter 

Durham, E R. . . Wm. A. Beebe 
L'Assomption.... Q A. Desparaia 
Muskoka t PS'd.O W. J. Fraser 
Quebec QJ.M. Trembliy 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



69 



. DI8TBICT. P08TMA8T(R. 



a. 



R. II. Marstou 
Wm. ArmRtroui 
0!R. a. Cn^'telmau 

b NB J.McTB^l^h,sen 

1 Q L.J. BaiifEs 

N B H. K. flraham 

N. R . . Kdmond liennet | 

te M J. DuiSHD 

d Q Wm. MtKeage 

OlJohu WHlliioe 

N R.... OiJohn Warnock 

John Taylor 

ib.,E R. H. P. Gould 
ton... N S'john MoDctiald 
iton . . N SiMirxM. Iiicksonl 

1 John lioward 

ic Job. Northmorf 

8 R Alex. Ketiuedy 

e Q Edward Dehlnij 

d Q Alfred Blai? 

Q Donat Drunult 

1, K R.... Mrs. D. Walker 

PKI A. M McNeil 

PKI Q. W. McKay 

Q George Tanuer 

ind John Cameron 

KdoD .... Q X. Caetagoier 
;a&PS'd.O W. A.Cowau 

N B Wm. U.Kyle 

, 8 R W. Colemau 

1 R James Malcome 

, N R S. Conuery 

iki Q Joseph Smith 

N 8 i Daniel Betlmue 

U Robert Robb 

I.M.Taylor 

ie'g '. Q E. Bifhonuette 

R J. F. McUihlaLl 

nth N 8 A.M.VanKordMl 

P E 1 Colin WrijjLt 

ry N B Luke K. Bailpy 

nliB N 8, Mm. H. Niehclsj 

J N B;Amo8Mott 

uth ... N S|Kranciij C. Cook ] 
Bex, N R...0 Beuj. 1'. Quariy 
N S'Wm. A Powell 
a ... N B|PelegSmitb 
N BiWm. Billiu,; 
N BlJohn McKwu 
N BJMrs. Mary Poor] 
N SiWm. Kennedy 
N B J. W. Wigeinii 
N 8 



iter 



iter.... 

lie, 8 R ... 

mb., W B. 

... N B 

reland N B 

ton 

n NB 

N S 



R.. 
y,N R.... 
... 
.NB 

Hy Q 

fy Q 

.NB 

llml Q 

[aiu Q 

NB 



Jehlel Fulton 
Charles .Murphy I 
Mrg. I. McVuliyf 
Jamea KiDgstoii| 
Wm. Read 
John Hiuch 
Ludlow B. Clark| 
J. M. Roscce 
N 8|S. M. Dakin 
Jas. W. Simmco| 
ThoB. Field 
W. J. Chambers | 
Philip McMaoui 
George Mayr«n(J| 
John Hackett 
Geo. C. l'oltr«8 
Job Bllodeau 
N. Hardy 
DaTld Tbomptoi 



N S D. Cameron 
tro'.ER... O I Billings Kilbun 

I ,,'_ q' Francois I'uulin I 

Tm .....1.!! Q Arsene Morlo 

R ORobt. N.Barkerl 

Q Patrick Lynch 

',[",[ . P. A. Austin 

ks'E R ... Alex. ChapciaD ] 
brelandNBB. Chapman 

fland... N 8 L.Greene 

Wm. J.Bro»ii 
O'John Hunter 
li, ER... Wm. A. Bwbf 
Wlon.... Q A. Desparan 
U& P 8'd.O W. J. Fraser 
QiJ.M. TreraoUy 



P06T ornoi. 



I chirleAbourg Quest. 

Ichtfleston 

] Chirlecton 

Cliarleville 

lOurloa' Cove 

Clurlo Station . , . . 

i:harMti>Unon 

Chjrrington 

Cbarterls 

(Jiarliervllle 

Chatboro' 

eb»t«an?nay 

Chatesuguay Basin. 

Chateau Richer 

Chtter 

I'Chatliam 

] Oatham 

Chatillon 

(hats^oorth 

Chstterton 

Chsudl^re Curre ... 

r«adi^re Mills 

Cliandl&re Station ... 

Chaamont 

Chtapside 

Cheboicue Point . . . . 

Cheddar 

Chegoi^gin 

Chelmsford 

'Cfi'Ii'a , 

CheUea 

IChiltenham 

Chtiaainus 

I Chemical Road 

Chemin Tacbe .... 

CheneTllle 

Cheney Settlement < 

Chepstow 

Chepstowe 

Cherry Grove 

I Cherry (Jrove 

Cherry River 

I Cherry Vale 

Cherry Valley 

Cherry Valley 

Cherry wood 

\>OlMkij 

Cbesley's Corners .. 

Chester 

W«(»r 

Chester 

Chester Basin 

Chesterfield 

Chester Grant 

*Ch'jtfrvilU 

I Cbeticamp 

Oitticamp Chapel ., 
I Chetwynd 

Chevaiier 

^ia'«-!> , 

ChsTiot , 

Chichester 

CMckuey 

'PMoiitini 

Chijnecto 



■LECTORAL DISTRICT. { 



P08TMABTSK. 



Quebec Qi Pierre Legare 

Leeds, 8 R OJP. F. Green 

Oarleton N B|John Lipsett 

drenville, S R. ... Rufns S. Throop 

Guysboro' N Si R. E. Sweet 

Restigouche . . N B James Reld 

Queen's P E I F.deSt.O Brecket 

Compton Q I Levi Lindsay 

Pontito Q Arch. Angus 

Compton Q A Dalgneault 

Argenteull Q;Wm. Douglas 

Chateaugusy ... Q J. A. Allard 
Chateauguay ... Q Robert Lang 
Montmorency ... Q' Louis L'Heureuz 

Selkirk M I Philip Dickson 

Kent 0|8. Barfoot 

Northumb'rl'd N BjR. B. Adams 



Yamaska Q 

Grey, N R 

Hastings, W R... 

L6vij Q 

Livis Q 

L6vis Q 



POST OFFICE. 



ELSOTORAL DISTRICT. 



Church Point Northumberl'd N B 

Church Street 'King's N S 

Ohurchvllle Peel 

Churchvllle Plctou NS 

Ohute k Blondeau... I Prescott 

Chute aux Iroquois 

Chutes Cove 

Olaohan 



Ottawa Q 

Annapolis M. 8 



MlssBeauchemln 
James W. Elliott 
S. P. Morden 
A. Lemieux 
Antoine Lemieu> 
A. McTeer 



FjOtbintere Q K. T. Paquet 

Haldimand Mich. Atkinson 



Yarmouth N S 

Peterboro', W R. 

Yarmouth NS 

Northumberl'd.N B 

Ottawa Q 

Lunenburg ... N S 

Peel 

Vancouver B C 

Albert N B 

Temlscouata . . . . Q 

OtUwa Q 

King's N B 

Ring's PEI 

Bruce, ER 

King's r.PEI 

Middlesex, E R . O 

Sherbrooke Q 

Queen 8 N B 

Prince Edward... 

Queen's P E 1 

Ontario, W R.... 

Bruce, N R 

Lunenburg ... N S 

Arthabaska Q 

Lunenburg ... N S 

Oarleton N B 

Lunenburg ... N S 

Brant, N R rO 

Lunenburg N S 

Dundus 

Inverness N S 

Inverness .... X S 
Muskoka & P Sd 

EsBe-x, N R 

Hants N S 

Bruce, B R 

Pontlac Q 

Assa 

Chlcoutimi Q 

Cumberland. ...N 8 

Chilcoten i Carlb.- Llllooet . B C 

OiWiwack iN.Westminster.B C 

I Chilton I Montcalm Q 



Chimney Corner 
China Point , 



\Ch 



'I'pman . 



Chipman's Brook ... 

Chipman's Corners.. 
I '%ppaioa 

Chippawa Hill 

Chlselhurst 

ChLsholm 

Chlorvdormes 

Chortitz 

I Christie. 

Christie's Corners ... 



Inverness N S 

Queen's PEI 

Queen f N B 

King's NS 

King's NS 

WelTand 

Bruce, N. R .... 

Huron, 8 R 

Prince Edward... 

Gasp6 Q 

Provencher . . . . M 
Wentworth, N R. 
LeedsAHren.NRO 



Christina 'Middlesex, 8 R... 

\ '^ristmas hland ... Cape Breton... N S 

' liumah j Marquette M 

Churchill Slmcoe, 8 R O 

Church Hill Albert NB 



Wilson Haley 
Benjamin Woodi 
Nelson Corning 
Geo. Harper 
H. B. Prentiss 
H. Kedy 
Samuel Reaney 
Henry Croft 
W. Hunt 
0. Tremblay 
H. Ohenler 
Jas. S. Parker 
Henry Pope 
M. McNab 
John McDonald 
Wm. Masson 
R. A. Buzzell 
Allan McDonald 
Abi.jah Spafford 
Isaac Brown 
Charles Petty 
D.McN.Halllday 
Nelson Chesley 
Thomas Booth 
Victoria Church 
T T. Estahrooks 
Josh. Kisenhaur 
Wm. Brown 
John Henuigar 
C. Casselman 
P. Le Montals 
Rev. P. Kiset 
Jas. A. Rumohr 
II. R. Marlon 
Wm. Glenn 
A lid w. McLean 
Horace Landon 
a Clipperfleld 
T. Boile 
Robt. W, Ripley 
F L Beaumont 
G. R. Ashwell 
W. Ritchie 
Hector McKay 
M. Qleason 
Mrs. S. C Salmon 
John Kirby 
JohnR.Chlpman 
ThoB. Macklem 
Geo Winkler 
H. N. McTaggarl 
James E. Huff 
P. C. Belanger 
Wm. Hiebert 
Goorge Sweet 
Jacob Van Allen 
J. McKenaie 
J. McDougall 
Jas. Clarridge 
James Sloane 
Alex. Bayley 



Clalrvanz de Bagot. 

Clalrvaux 

Clam Harbour 

Clanbrassil 

Clftudehoye 

ijlandehiiyt 

Claoricarde 

Clanwllliam 

Olapham 

Clare 

Claremont 

Claremont 

Clarence 

Clarence , 

Clarence Creek 

' ClartncevilU 

Clarendon 

Clarendon Station.. 



POSTMASTER, 



J. Anderson 
C. H Gllllatt 
T. A. Fogarty 
John McMillan 
Jas. McAllister 
J C Arlste Bock 
H. M. Foster 



Elgin, WR 1 Fred. Strieker 



Bagot Q 

Charlevoix Q 

Halifax NS 



Haldimand 







LUirar M 

Middlesex, N R...0 
Peterboro', E R...0 

Marquette M 

Megautlc Q 

Ontario, W R . ... 

Cumberland... N Si Mrs. C. A. Black 



Ulrlc Durooher 
E. Larouche 
Thos. Stcddart 
Mrs. J. Cossar 
Mrs.M.M.Muchle 
D. Shoff 
A. Qrahame 
David Hyndman 
.\. Johnston 
Thos. HIslop 
J. McM. McNab 



Russell 

Annapolis . . , .N 8 

Russell 

Mlssisquoi Q 

Charlotte N B 



I Addlngton 

Clarendon Station... .Queen's N B 

Clarevlew I Addlngton O 



Clarke Durham, W R ... 

Clarltf's Harbour.... Shelburne N S 

Clarkleigh Lisgar M 

*aarksburq Grey, E R 

Clark's Corners Queen's N B 

Clark's Road Cape Breton... N ^ 

Clarkson Peel O 

Claude Peel 

Claverlng Grey, N R 

Clayton Lanaik, N R 

Clear Creek Norfolk, 8 R 

Clear Spring King's PEI 

Clear Springs Provencher M 

Clearwater Selkirk M 

*aearviUe Elgin, WR 

CUmentiport Annapolis .... N S 

Clemeutsvale Annapolis .... N S 

Clermont Prince P K 1 

Clevelauds Slmcoe, E R 

*aifford Wellington, N R. 

Clifton Gloucester. ... N B 

Klne's N B 

NS 

St. .lohn N B 

Cariboo BC 

Huron, SR 

Queen's PEI 

Queen's N B 

Renfrew, S R . ... 

Alts 

Colchester NSW. W.Winton 

Slmcoe, a R S. C Everleigh 

King's N B J. Janiieson 

Antlgonlahe... N S Jas. Thompson 

Slmcoe, E R Martin Collins 

N.Westminster. BO D. McKenzie 

Addlngton Blbius Clark 

Wentworth, N R. Mrs. E. McNichol 

Ciijde River jShelburne N S George Thomson 

Clyde River jQueeu's P E I J. McLaughlan 

Clydesdale Peterboro', E R. Hugh Caldwell 

Olvde Station jQueen's PEI Edmund Crabbe 

Coal Branch Station Kent N B John Swift 

Coal Creek Queen's N B M. E. Weaver 

Coal Mines jQueen's N B James Brown 



Church Over 1 Shelburne N SMlcs SI Ballard 



Clifton 

Clifton I Colchester 

Clinch's .Mills. 

Clinton 

'ainton 

Clinton ... 

Clones 

Clontarf , 

Clover Bar 

Cloverdale. . . 
Clover Hill... 
Clover Hill ... 
Cloverville. . . 
Clover Port... 
Clover Valley 

Cloyne 

Clyde 



Thomas Wilson 
8. N. Jackson 
T. Perrin 

A. H. Derrick 
John Scott 

B. Watklns 
George 8. Lacy 
Alex. McDon nell 
James Lockhart 
J. L. Nlckerson 
Jas. Clark 
Waiter Hunter 
Hy. F. Clark 
Nell McLean 
W. W. Clarkson 
David Graham 
M. D.Devitt 

0. Banning, Jnn. 
Geo. W. Smith 
L. McDonald 
Alex. McCasklll 
Hoht. Rogers 
Henry Watson 
James P. Roop 
Mrs. J. Saudford 
T. Driscoll 
Charles J. Mlnett 
K. McL. Walton 
R. W. Knowlea 
T. B. Whelpley 
Mrs. R. Davis 
C.F. Clinch. 
A. Im Bourdals 
Thomas Fair 
J. W. Woodslde 
James Wilson 
J. R. McDonald 
G. A. Simpson 



Coates' Mills 

*OxUicook 

Cobble Hill 

Coboconk 

*Oobdtn 

*0>bourg 

Cocagne 

Cocagne River 

Cocagne Cape 

Cochrane 

Cochran's Lake 

Cockburn Island.... 
Coddle's Harbour.... 
Codrlngton 



jKent N Bi Mrs H C Coates 

lstanstei.d Q Aaron F. Adams 

Middlesex, E R . Joseph Hardman 
Victoria, N R .... Mrs. N. LeRoy 
Renfrew, N R.... O'John Delahey 
Northumb., W R. OWm. Sykes 

Kent N B A Bourgeois 

Kent N B T. M. Goguen 

Kent NB L D Herbert 

Alta'James Jobngon 

Cape Breton... N SWm. McDonald 

Algoma OB. W. Ross 

Guysboro' NSlWm. O'Hara 

Northumb.,E R...O|Mrs. McArthar 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



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poMT orricc. 



: ELECTORAL DI8TKICT. . POHTNAllTER. 



Oody'R Queen'H X B C. F.Cody 

Coe Hill Minea Hastlngi, N. R... OR. Waddington 

OogmaKun River ...Hantti N 8 Charles Thoniai 

CoIb«ck Wellington, N R. Mrs. L. Colbeck 

*Onlbnme Northumb., E R. Jos Cochrane 

Colchester Essex, S.R Joseph Boring 

Cold Brook SUtion. King's N S Henry Porter 

Cold Springs Northumb., W R. D. Mcintosh 

Ooldstroam Middlesex, S R... O Jacob Marsh 

Coldstream Carleton N B Chas. B. Snow 

ColdHtream Colchester N S Q. A. Cochran 

Coldstream East .... Csrieton N B R. Kent 

•Ooldwattr jSimcoe, K R 0^8. Drew Epiet 

Oolebrook jAddington 0. A. Shangran 

Cole Harbour JGuysboro' N .SO. O. Jamison 

Cole Lake ;Addln|(;ton O. W" KiUins 

Coleman i Vork, E. R 0{Mrs.8.A.0olemar 

Coleman j Prince P B I A. McKinnou 

Coleroine Peel O Thos. St. John 

Coleraine Station ... iMegantic QJJ. Rol)erge 

Cole's Corners i Lambton, W R... Oi W. Cole 

Cole's Island Queen's N B C. B. Parker 

Colenso lOrey, E. B OJOeorge Bishop 

Colinville liHmbton , W.R... John Butler 

Colgan Slmcoe, S R John Colgan 

College Bridge Weslmoreland.N Bj D. F. Richard 

CulleKeville !Autigonishe....N SlAlexCastey 

Collfleld {PontiHc Q M. Hughes 

OoUina King's N BJJHmesM. Qibboi 

*OoUivgwood ISimcoe, N R OiW. A. Hamilton 

Collin's Bay jFrontenac 0| Joseph Loseo 

Colliu'!* Inlet JAIgoma OU. 8. Pinch 

Golpoy's Bay.'. jBruce, N R 0|J. U.S. Bell 

Colqnhoun iDundas 01 J. J. Colquhouc 

Columbtts Ontario.S R 0!R K Hodgson 



Colwell 'Simcoe,N. R O 

Colwood [Victoria BC 

Comber lEssexN R 

Combermore ; Renfrew, 8 R . ... 

Comet Essex S R 

Comeauville 'Digby N S 

Commercial Cross... King's P E I 

Coramanda Muskoka&PS'd. 

Como iVaudreuil 

Cnmox i Vancouver 



Jas Campbell 
Arthur Pratt 
D. McAlister 
J. E. U. Miller 
D. Qraveline 
A. F. Comeau 
D. Q. Cameron 
Thomas Carr 
QiMrs. E. Hodgsoii 
BC W. M. Dingwall 



Concord 

Condon Settlement 
Or>nej)logo 



"Gompton jCompton QlB. F. Harvey 

Conboyville Brant, S R 0|Jolin Atkinson 

Concession Digby N S:Potor Dnucet 

York, W R 0| Henry McElroy 

King's N S Wm. Sanf.)rd 

Waterloo, N R ... ol Philip Decher 

Coning'sby ; Wellington, S R.. Oj John W. Burt 

Conn , Wellington, N R. OiWm. McLuhan 

Connitiight Dundas 0| Patrick Jordan 

Connell Carleton 

Connor Gardwell 



Cenns Mills i Cumberland... NS 

Conquerall Bank. ...[Lunenburg.... N S 

Conquerall Mills ....j Lunenburg N S 

Conroy Perth, S R 

Onnstcon [Prince Edward... 

Constance illuron, 8 R 

Contrecoeur |Verch6reB Q 

Conway I Lennox 

Conway Station I Prince P E I 

Cook's Brook jHalifax N S 

Cook's Cove 'Quy8borough...N S 

Cook's Creek jLisgar M 



N B H. H. Tompkins 
O! Robert Lee 



* Oiiok-Khire . . 
*Omk-itman .... 

Onoksville 

Cookvilie 

Cooper 

Cooper's Falls., 
Copenhagen . 

Cope town 

Copleston 

Copper Lake. . 

Corberrie 

Corbettou 

Corbett 

Corbin 

CorbyvlUe 

Oorfleld 

Corinth 

Cork SUtion . 
CorllBB 



A. McPherson 
Joseph Rafuse 
Asaph Veiuot 
John Grady 
J. A, Johnson 
James .Stanley 
J. Diibimel 
Wm. T. Ham 
Mrs. M. Palmer 
Mrs. M. Mitchell 
Charles Taylor 
R. J. Pitts 



Compton Q 

Slmcoe. 8 R 

Peel 

WeBtraoreland,N B 
Hastings, N R ... 

Ontario, N R 

Elgin, ER 

Wentworth, N R. 
Umbton, E R.... 
Antigonisbe. ..N S 

Digby NS 

Grey, E R 

Middlesex, NR... John Corbett 

Huntingdon Q Albert Denault 

Hastings, E.R.. 0!W. Bennett 

Vancouver B CiQ. T. Corfield 

Corinth Richard Evans 

York N BjJohn Sullivan 

Stanstead Q H. E. Corliss 



S. J. Ospoode 
Henry Coleman 
0. A. Schllier 
Wm. H. Cook 
Wm. Bond 
Thomas Cooper 
Q. A. Waunacott 
O. W. Howell 
N. Henriod 
Alex. Ireland 
A. Melanson 
.Tames Corbett 



POHT opricc. 

Cormier's Cove 

Oornell 

Corner of the Beach. 

Corn Hill 

Corn Hilt Eart 

*f.hmwall 

Cornwall 

Cornwall Centre 

Corraville 

Corson's Siding 

Oarunna 

Corwliin 

Costignn 

Coteau du Lac 

C6teau Landing 

Cdteau Station 

CAte des Neiges 

CAte St. Antoine .... 

Oote tjt. Louis 

CateSt Michel 

cote St. Paul 

Cote St. Pierre 

Ciite Visitation 

O'lswold 

Cottam 

Cottesloe 

Coughliiu 

Coulsou 

County Line 

Courtlaud 

Oourtice 

Coutlee 

Oourtrighl 

Oovehead RQad 

Coventry 

Coverdale 

Coverley 

Covey Hill 

Cowal 

Oowamrntlt 

*ano Bay 

Cowichan 

Coxbeath 

Oox'h Point 

C'aighurst 

Graigie Lea 

Craigilea 

Craigleith 

Craigsholme 

Craig Road Station.. 

Oralgvalo 

Orampton 

Cranbourne 

Cranbrook 

Cranbrook 

Cranstou 

Cranton Section. .., 

Cranworth 

Crapaud 

Crathie 

Craven 

Crawford 

Oredit 

Credit Forks 

Orediton 

Creeford 

Creek Bank 

*Or««mw« 

Creemorne 

Creighton 

Crescent Lake 

Cressy 

Creswell 

Crewe 

Crewe 

Crieff 

Crinan 

Crofton 

Croft 

Cromarty 

Cross Creek 

CrosshiU 

Cross Lake Station . 

CroBsland 

CroBspoint 

Orou R'U., Qy. Bar. 
Cross Rda., M. Mel'd 



, ELECTORAL MS'RICT.j POSTMAXIr* 

; Westmoreland.N^B'D. A7Corimt7~ 

: Oxford, .S R 01 Robert i'nrkn- 

Gaspe QiJohn ¥ Mat* 

I King's N B Eben. St. ih- m 

i King's N B James Dui.^fli 

ICornwall O. AicDonnt 1 

Queen's P E I ! David WaUh 

Cornwall R. Anderd. n 

King's P EI'Edward fh.i.i-keT 

Victoria, N R.... Wm. H. Dejit«r' 
Umbton, W R... OiH. J. Miller 
Wellington, 8 R. 0| A. MrKenzif 

Victoria N B H. BnwmnfVr 

Soulaiiges QlO. 8. Blpoonwtt? 

Soulanges Q]A. B. I'rleur 

Soulanges Qj Rodger bu.kKt 

Hochelaga Q F. Desmsrctjiii 

Hochelaga Q F. McColl 

Hochelaga Q.Maglnire II'!t« 

Hochelaga Q' Luc TaHt>e 

Hochelaga Q Edmonil L;.;our 

Ottawa Q E. Quennel 

Hochelaga Q P. Vermettc 

Wellington, N R. O: R. H. Conquest 

Essex, S R OlW. E. Wmrhr«ff 

Peterboro', E R. OiChas. Griffin 
Northumberl'd.NBIJas. CouwLIjb 

Simcoe, E R 1 Wm. Wallter i 

Qjeen's P E I John W. Ilu/he* 

Norfolk, N R 01 W. M. Ms. sav 

Durham, W R ... 0[C. W. Leu' 
Yale-Kootenay,BC G. Blair 
Lambton, W R... Wm. A. Ca:h'art 

Queen's P E I Terence Kellv 

Cardwell T. Swinait..a 

Albert N B David Smit;, 

Grey. 8 R Patrick iiilde^ 

Huntingdon Q Wm. Orr 

Elgin, W R OlJohnBattin 

Misiisquoi Q J. P. Stintfhrar 

Cape Breton... N SIR. McKenzi^ 

Vancouver B C R. B. Richnrdsor 

Cape Breton... N SI P. T. Cliirke 

Queen's N B C. T. llarrisou 

Simcoe, E R o! Joseph H. Swac 

Simcoe, E. R 0| John C. Walls 

Selkirk M John C. Smth 

Grey, E R OiAlex. Kleiuiu^ 

Wellington, C R. OJMrs. Hutchinwc 

L6vi8 Q,N. Foiirnier 

Slmcoe, 8 R O R. G. MtCriiw 

Middlesex, E R.. O Alex. Flem\-i^ 

Dorchester Q P. Colgan 

Huron, E R Alex. McN&lr 

Yale-Kootenay.BC Wm. Freuoh 

Haldlmand James Kint: 

Inverness N S John CrnDt-iu. » 

Leeds, S R Mrs. B. ifwf 

Queen's P E I O. B. WadiLiii 

Middleton... N WO John Sandi? 

■ Assa L. U. Il(.skinj 

Grey, 8 R Hector MtK-ie 

Peel Emerson Taylo? 

Cardwell G. G. Smith 

Middlesex, N R. Jacob Eilt.r 

Selhirk M W.R. DuL.p 

Wellington, C R.. John M«kh' 

Simcoe, N R O Ale.i. GilUfpie 

Pontlae QlJ. Sheppaii) 

Slmcoe, E K M. Cavanaih 

i Aesa'B. Salisbmv 

Prince Edward... Q. C. Hurl Tf 

Victoria, 8 R JoBeph Milne 

Marquette M John Ellis 

Huron, W R O M. Shackleloc 

! Wellington, 8 R.. Jas. McDouali 

i Elgin, W R D. Mclnt.ve 

iPrince Edward... W. M. Philiip': 
iAntigonl8h8....N 8 Donald Forbes 

Perth, 8 R James Hi^lop 

York N B H. Braitbwite 

Waterloo, N R ... J. J. Wilf. rd 

Kee J.W. Brerrwn 

Simcoe, N R Jer. Mshtr.f.v 

jBonaventure Q|John Frai-tr 

Guysborough. N S i Kinsman iwe*t 
OuyBborough. N SlJames Mti.gbti 



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■land.^B 

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NB 



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Q 

Q 

Q 

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Q 

> Q 

Q 

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1 

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lerlUNB 

R 

PET 

R 

W H ... 
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WR... O 

PEI 



NB 



m Q 

R 

Q 

>n... N S 

• BC 

)n... N S 

NB 

R O 

R 

M 



n, C R. 

Q 

R O 

, E R.. 

• Q 

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snay.BC 

i 

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...NWO 

Asea 







, NR. 

M 

j.CR.. 
R 

Q 

K 

. . . A«8a 
vard... O 
R. ...0 

M 

R.... 
1, S R.. 

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Tard... 
ie....NS 



NB 

NR... 
Kee: 

R o: 

re Q| 

igh. N Sj 
igh. N si 



I _M8TMAtTr,». 

(D. A. CoriinjT 
! Robert Psrkcf 
iJohn F. Mat* 
;Eben. StiiKVio 
iJames Duiiirli 

0. McDonnt 1 

David Waif li 
iR. AndCTsi n 
! Edward i'h.-.rVet 

Wm.H. De uter 
iH. J. ^lill,r 
1 A. McKenzif 
I II. BowmafVr 
jO. S. BiiiHoniiftte 
I A. B. I'rieur 
j Rodger Dii. kott 

P. DesmRrctjiis 
1 F. McColl 
iMaRlolre 11- It.' 

Luc Tast^e 
I EdmoDd Li.tour 
I E. Quei!D«l 
' P. Verniettc 
! R. H. C(inqu(-8t 
jW. E. VVsitKafl 
jCh»8. Griffin 

I Wm. Walker 

John W. Huihev | 
IW.M. Ih.SAv 

C. W. Leut ■ 

G. Blair 

Wm. A.Ca;h»j»rt 

Terence Ktllv 

T. Swlnanoa" 

David Smit;. 

Patrick Ivilde^ 

Wm. Orr 

John Battin 

J. P. Stinehaur 

R. McKeiizi.} 

R. B. RiciinrdsMr 

P. T. Clarke 

C. T. ilarrisou 
Joseph II. Swau 
John C. Walls 
John C. Smth 
Alex. Flemiug 

]Mr8. Hutohins'iD 
N. Fouruier 
R. G. McCruw 
Alex. Fleinini 
P. Col(?an 
Alex. McNiiir 
Wm. French 
James Kir.u' 
John CraDt-'U. <>; 
Mrs. B. Jiiies 
O. B. Wadsnu 
John Saudi< 
L. H. IIosk'DJ 
Hector M( K.'w 
Emerson Tayl07 
G. G. Smith 
Jacob Eill^T 
W.R. DuL.p 
John Magtc 
Alex. GilUf pie 
J. Sheppai 
M. CavanaLh 
E. Salishm V 
G. C. Ilurr-rr 
Joseph Milue 
John E\\\f 
M. Sh»ckle1oD 
Jas. McDouali 

D. Mclntvre 
W. M. Phillip' 
Donald Forbtje 
James Hiiiop 
H. Braithwuite 
J. J. Will; rd 
J. W. BrereWn 
Jer. MahcntiV 
John Fra(?tr 
Kiuemati £»•«!» 
Jamea Mtngb^i 



POST orrioc. 

I Crow Roads, Ohic... 
ICroMKdii.,St.G.Chl. 

I Croton 

ICrcufeTown 

ICrowell 

I Ctowe'8 Mills 

jCiowBay i 

I Crow Harbour 

ICronland 

Citiwn Hill 

ICroydon 

Cralckshank 

Cramlin 

\iy\islfr 

CrvitalCity 

Cu'ldnlf 

Colloden 

Collndea 

Calltou 

Cultiu 

Cumberland 

I ComherlaDd Bay. ... 

Cumberland Mills... 

I Cumberland Point.. 

CauniinK's Bridge.. 

I Cumining's Cove ... 

CamniiiiK's Mount'n 

I Camminsville 

CumDock 

Cnrran 

Cnrrie's Crossing ... 

ftrryllill 

CarryviUe 

Cnstiendall 

Cashing 

Cjpress River 

Cyprns 

Ikicre 

Dablon 

Dale 

Wesboro' 

DileBville 

Mlhousif, 

Delhousie, East 

WtitiUBie Junction 

Dalhonsie Mills 

D»lh(]iisie Road 

Dtlhousie Settlem't. 

Dillbaire 

Wkeith 

Ming 

Wmeny 

Dalrymple 

Dalstnn 

Dslton 

DaniHscus 

Danby 

OanfordLake 

Danforth 

Daniel 

Dante 

'Danville 

D'Arcy 

Darlingfbrd 

Darlington 

Darling Koad 

Darnley 

Darrell 

Dartford 

Dartmoor 

Dartmouth 

Dashwood 

D'.iuteuil 

Davenport 

Davis Mills 

Davison Street 

Davisville 

Dawn Mills 

Dawson 

Dawson Settlemetit. 

DawBonville 

Day Mills 

%'s Comer 

Dayspring 

Deacon 

Dealtown 

Dean 



I ILEOTORAL DISTRICT. 



POHTUASTIR. 



Antlgunishe... N S 

Richmond N S 

Buthwell 

Lunenburg.... N 8 

Shelburne N S 

Colchetfter. . . . N B 
North umb., E R. 
Guysborough. N S 

Welland 

SImcoe, E R 

Addington 

Grey, N R O 

Middlesex, E R... 

Stormont 

Selkirk M 

Dorchester Q 

Norfolk, N R 

Digby N S 

Renfrew, 8 R .... 
Norfolk, S R . . . O 

Russell 

Queen's N B 

Beauce Q 

Queen's N B 

Russell 

Charlotte N B 

Pictou N8 

Ilalton 

Wellington, R. 

Preacott 

Oxford, 8 R 

Glengarry 

Albert NB 

Frontenac O 

Argenteuii Q 

Marquette .... M ' 
Muskoka&PSd. 
Renfrew, 8 R.... Oi 

ChicoutimI Q 

Durham, KR.... 

Assa 

Argenteuii Q' 

Restigouche ... N B 

King's N 8 

Restigonche... N Bi 

Glengarry 0; 

Lunenburg. ... N S' 

Pictou N Si 

Rlmouski Q 

Glengarry Oi 

ShetTord Q 

Ru8.sell 

Victoria, NR.... 

Simcoe, N R 

Selkirk .M 

Wellington, NR.OJ 

Drummond Q 

Pontiac Q 

York, ER Oj 

Queen's N B 

Bothwell o; 

Richmond Q 

Frontenac Oi 

Selkirk M, 

Queen's P E I 

iMonck 

Prince PEI 

Bothwell Oi 

Northumh., E R. 
Victoria, N R.... O' 

Halifax NS 

Huron, 8 R Oj 

A-thabaska , , . . Qj 

York. WR (> 

Renfrew, N R.... O' 

King's NSl 

York, E R Ol 

Bothwell 0; 

Russell O 

Albert N B; 

Restigouche... N B 

Algoma Oi 

King's NB; 

Lunenburg.... N S| 
Renfrew, N R.... 0! 

Kent Ol 

Halifax N sl 



Jno. .McPherson 
Alexander Hill 
I.«vl Philips 
Samuel Hilton 
Mrs. L. Crowell 
AIbx. Crowe 
W. J. Morton 
A. F. Khler 
L. Boardman 
Thomas Drury 
M. A. Williams 
J. Cruickshank 
Robt. H. Read 
J. R. Crvsler 
Robert Rollins 
W. Wilson 
Andrew Smart 
David Post 
Patrick Cull 
Edward Taupley 
Wm Wilson 
A. H. Clay 
T. J. Taylor 
Wm. Smith 
Mrs. A. Cummin» 
0. 3. Fountain 
Don. Mcintosh 
Alex. Fraser 
John Anderson 
Miss ML. Baulne 
W. D. Smith 
Joseph Curry 
J. A. Beaumont 
Samuel McKane 
Jas. B. Gushing 
A. Creigliton 
W.J.McCormick 
Alfred Morrow 

0. Bouchard 
T. Heasman 
H. 0. Disney 
Peter McArthur 
II. A.Johnson 

C. W. Sanders 
Wm. Jamieson 
Wm. Bathurrt 
Edmund Hiltz 
A. W. Ross 

M. Verreault 
Mrs. Robertson 
Leonard Weed 
J. Donaldson 
W. Ivory 
T. T. Young 
John Park 
John Bresnahan 
8. D. McGee 
Henry Heney 
A. Hogarth 
Isaac Smith 
Thns. McAlpine 

1. W. Stockwell 
Miss C. Sughrue 
W. C. Alderson 

D. K. Campbell 
II. Robbins 
Alex. McKay 
Edward Hall 
W. D Bailey 
John Gardiner 
J. E. Leadley 
Noah Fried 
Jos. D. Morln 
Joseph Green 
W J Leech 

L. W. Coldwell 
John Davis 
W. A. Ward 
John J. McEvoy 
Enoch Dawson 
J. Dawson 
Wm. Harris 
C. W. Wallace 
U. Newcombe 
A. McDougall 
\ir8 E A Lambert 
Charles Dean 



POST orricE. 



ELBCTORAI. DISTRICT. 



PO.<)TKASTCR 



Deans 

Dt Bee 

Debert Station 

DeBlois Station 

De CewBTille 

Declare 

Deebank 

Deemetton 

Deep Brook 

Deerfield 

Deeihurst 

Deer Lake 

Deer Park 

Dee Side 

Delap's Cove 

Delaware 

Delhaven 

*Dtl>n 

Delovaine 

Deloro 

Delmer 

Delia 

Demorestville 

Dempsey's Corner... 

Denbigh 

Denfleld 

Denison's Mills 

Dennlngton 

Dennistowu 

Densmore's Mills . ... 

Denville 

Deqnen 

De Ramsay 

Derby 

Dereham Centre 

Derrynane 

Derry, West 

Derryville 

Derwent 

De Sable 

Deshoro' 

*Deschambatilt 

Desert , 

Desernnto 

Desert Lake 

Desford ' 

Desjardins 

Desmond i 

Deux Rivieres 

Devizes ; 

Devon : 

Dewe 

De Wolf 

Dewittvilie 

Dexter 

Diamond 

Dickenson 

Dickirunn't Landing • 

Digby I 

Dillonton I 

Dingwall i 

Dipper Harbour 

DIrleton 

Discouse 

D'tsraeli 

Dixie 

Dixson 

Dixon's Corners 

Dixon's Point 

Dixville 

Doaktown 

Dobbinton 

Dobson's Corner .... 

Doctor's Brook 

Doctor's Cove 

Doe Lake 

Dog Creek 

Doherty 

Doherty's Mills 

Doherty Creek , , , . 

Dolbeau 

Dollar 

Dolsen 

Domainede Gentilly 

Dominion dig 

Domiuionville 

Domville 



Haldimind 

Carleton N B 

Colchester N 8 

Prince PEI 

Monck O 

Marquette M 

MuskokaAPSd. 

Bruce, K R 

Annapolis N ,S 

Yarmouth N 8 

York. N R 

Peterboro', E R...0 

York, ER 

Bonaventure Q 

Annapolis N 8 

Middlesex, 8 R . 

King's N 8 

Norfolk, N R .... 

Selkirk M 

Hastings, E R.... O 
Norfolk, N R .... 

Leeds, 8 R O 

Prince Edward... O 

King's N 8 

Addingtxin O 

Middlesex. ER.. O 

Richmond Q 

Assa 

Inverness N 8 

Hants N S 

MuskokaAPSd. O 

ChicoutimI 

Joliette Q 

Northumber'ld N B 
Norfolk, NR....0 
Wellington, N R 

Pg^f Q 

Ontario, NR.!".!!! 
Middlesex, E R... 

Queen's PE I 

Grey, N R 

Portneuf Q 

Algoma O 

Hastings, E R . . 

Addington O 

Selkirk M 

Megantic Q 

Addington 

DIst. ofNipissingO 
Middlesex, E R... 

Halifax N .S 

Muskoka&P. 8'd () 

Charlotte N B 

Huntingdon Q 

Elgin, E R 

Unark, NR O 

Russell O 

Storiuont 

Digby 

Brome Q 

Victoria N S 

St. John NB 

Carleton 

Richmond N S 

Wolfe Q 

Peel 

Stormont O 

Dundas 

Kent N B 

Stanstead Q 

Northumberl'd N B 

Bruce, N R 

Westmorela'd. N B 
Antigonishe ....N S 

Shelburne N S 

MuskokaAPSd. 
Cariboo Lillooet B C 

Sunbury N B 

Kent N B 

Cumberland. . N S 

Saguenay Q 

York, BR 

Kent 

Nicolet Q 

Provencher M 

Glengarry 

Grenville, S R ... O 



C. Stephenson 
Alex. Harron 
Philip Fulmore 
Ceiestine l"f rry 

D. P. Foster 
Henry .Xyeret 
James M Barber 
Bernard Ruland 

C. Purdy 
R. N Cro.a,y 
.M. KneexhaW 
Wm.Ogilvie 
Peter Nesbit 
Robert Nelsnn 
Beoj. R. McChuI 
David LawHon 
Klijah 0. We^t 
Jas. White.'ide 
James Cavers 
Mrs M Deviiie 
T. C. Wilcox 
John E. Brown 
Miss H. L. Baker 
Andrew Lee 
John Lane 
John Edwards 
Jos. R. DeniMin 
Wm D KIsbey 
John Gillies 
R. T. Densniore 
John Nicbdls 
Oneslme Couture 
Lewis B Boddy 
Thomas Parker 
William Short 
Wm. Hayes 
H McClelland 
Thos. Allin 
George Gefliey 
J. Dixon 
Samuel Palmer 
A. D. Hamlin 
Joseph AlJi'rsun 
K S Ralhl.uu 
Wm. Snook 
llrFkine Nicoll 

A. Blondean 
Wm. Irvine 
Thomas Lecge 
Wm. McKone 
Thos. Cox 
John Wright 
Alex. Bagley 
James Holiday 
Lewis Jones 

D. McMillan 
Edmond Wood 
David Ransom 
Geo. R. Burton 
F P Dufresne 
R D. Campbell 

I Miss C. tieluiore 
J. Drummond 
David Gruchy 
J. E, Rlieault 
John Kennedy 
Nelson Fetterley 
Mrs. E. Dixon 
Joseph Elliott 
0. Baldwin 
Henry Swim 
J.N. Gardner 
jOhadiah Hoar 
:R. Mclnnes 
Jas. K. Kenney 
Mrs. 8. Christie 
Jos. S. Place 
Daniel Duffy 
V. Legere 
Nelson W. Piers 

C. Desbiens 
Sam. I^eggatt 

B. Daly 

D. Beauchetne 
Robert Tavlor 

C. R. Campbell 
G. W. Knapp 



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POST orrici. 



Doa 

Donald 

DoDCMter 

Donegal 

Doaegal 

DoDore 

Doon 

DorchttUr 

Dorchester Croising. 
Dorchetlir Station. . 

Dorking 

Dorniich 

Dorn RiJge 

Dorset 

Dorland 

Dorval 

Douglas 

Douglas 

Douglosfleld 

Douglas Harbour.... 

Douglas Station 

Douglastown 

Douglastown 

Dover 

Doveicouit 

Dover UllI 

Dover, South 

Dover, West 

Downey viUe 

Dowueyville 

Downsview 

Doyle 

Doyles 

Doyles Brook 

Doyle Settlement ... 

Dracon 

Drayton 

^Dresden 

Drew 

Dromore 

Dromore 

Drum 

Drumbo 

DrumcoQuor 

*Drummondvaie, E. 

Drumquin 

Drygdale 

Dry River 

Duart 

Dublin 

Dublin Shore 

Duck aud Pringle ... 

Duclog 

Dudswell Centre ... 

DutTerin 

Duflerin Bridge 

Dufresue Mills 

Dufferiu Mines 

Dumbarton Station. 

Dumbliine 

Dumfries 



■UOTOR&L DISTRICT. POSTMASTER 



Dumfries 

Dumoine 

Dunany 

Dunbar 

•D,cj';arton 

Duhboro' 

Dunbow 

Dunboyne . . , . 

Duncan 

Duncan 

Dunchurch 

Duncrief 

Eundalk 

*Dundas 

Dundas 

*Dundai Street 

Dundee 

Dundee 

Dundee 

Dundee 

Dundela 

Dundonald 

Dunedin 

*Dungann(m. ... 

Dunglven 

Dun/iam 



York, E R Miss Agnes Hogg 

YaleKooteuay..BCiO. H. PreBwell 

York. E K James Younit 

Perth, N R 0;j. U. Buchanan 

King's N B George A. Adair 

LIsgar ft! i R. Braddick 

Waterloo, S R ... Thomas Slee 
Westmoreland N B S. W. liugley 
Westmoreland N BP. L. Belliveau 
Middlesex, EH... B William Scott 
Waterloo, N H. ...0 Thos. Oounolly 

Orey, N K Philip MelntoKb 

Yoik N B H. Uaues 

OnUrio, N R OH. Parkinson 

Lennox T. F. Ruttan 

Jacques-Cartler . Q D. Descary 
Renfirew, N R.... O'John Stewart 

York N BBenj.Qrant 

Northumberl'd.K B I Andrew Irvine 

Queen's N B Mrs. E. Balmain 

Selkirk M T. E. Greenwood 

aasp« Q Samuel A. Velt 

Northumb N B Wm.RussellJuD 

Westmoreland N B Wm. Steeves 

York, W R A.G.Lightbourn 

Victoria N B G. H. Baird 

Kent J. B. Bechard 

Halifax N S Wm. Baker 

Victoria, S R Mrs. H. Tracey 

King's N B Jacob Downey 

York,WR J. B. Clark 

Pontlao Q Michael Doyle 

Kent Michael Doyle 

Nortbumberl'd NB James Gratten 
Restigouche ... N BIT. Hayes, Jun 
Wellington, OK. OR Ilammel 
Wellington, R.. Martin Schneidei 

Both well 0. P. Watson 

Wellington, N R. Wm. Cardwell 

Grey, 8 R Alex. Taylor 

Queen's P E I P. MoCabe 

Durhiun, E R . ... George Coulter 

Brant, N R Jos. L. Burgess 

Marquette M Ellas Brown 

Drummond Q Chas. H.Millar 

Halton T. H. Patterson 

Huron, 8 R Hobt. Drysdale 

Selkirk M Geo. Stewart 

Elgin, W R 8. E. Walker 

Perth, S R OIG. J. Kidd 

Lunenburg ... N SIThos. Smith 

Yale B C Jacob Duck 

Ottawa Q A. F. Duclos 

Wolfe QJZerab Evans 

Frontenac olSam. Don.Hldgon 

MuskokaAPS'd. 1 John Magany 

Bagot Qi J. 0. J. Dufresnt 

Halifax N S'i Thos. Balcom 

Charlotte N BiMrs. L. Irvfn 

Bruce, W R OlJno. McFarlane 

York N B Wm. Whitehead 

Qloucoster .... N bI John Nicol 

Pontiac Q F.S. Ketty 

Argenteuil q| Samuel Smith 

Dundas 0,r. Stephengou 



Ontario, W R ... 



John Parker 



Miggisquoi Q Edward Lee 

Alta R. A. Begg 

Elgin, E R Jos. E. Norman 

Grey, E R A. McKeown 

'Lunenburg N 8|Mrs. C. Duncan 

iMuskoka& P S'd. 01 Wm. Robertson 
Middlesex, S R. OJ A. F. Barclay 

Grey, E R T. Hanbury 

Went worth, N K. J. McQueen, jun 

jKing's P£ r;8. McDonald 

Toronto, West... Albert Hodgin 

Huntingdon Q David Baker 

I Restigouche ... N BID. McDonald 

iLisgar MJ A. B. Cook 

i Richmond N SiDeG. Andrews 

Dundas O'J. E. Tuttle 



. Northumb., E R.. 

. Simcoe, N R 

.Huron, N R 

.Westmoreland N B 
.'Miflsisquoi Q 



H. Chesterfield 
James Strachan 
J. M. Roberts 
Edward Toole 
George D. Baker 



POST ornoi, 

Dunkeld 

Dunlop 



■LEOTORAL DISTRICT 



POSTMASTEI, 
n Tichelrhiirt 



Dutch Village 

*Dutton 

Dwlght 

Dyer's Bay 

DwyerHiU 

Dynevor 

Eady 

Eagle 

Eagle Head 

Baling 

■tamers Corners . ... 

Kardley 

Barlswood 

Earl town. 



Bruce, K R J. 

Huron, C R 0| Anthony Alien" 

Dunkerron Simroe, 8 R Jas. Mofiaoo 

Dunmnglass j Antl|<onlHhe ... N S Jno. McOllllTrsT 

Dunmore I Antlgonishe . .N S D. McOJlllTraj 

Dunmore Renfrew, N R.... D. McLaren 

Dunmore Junction. | Asra W. B. Illgginaon 

Dunvegan Glengarry Jas. P. WbIIb 

Dunvegan ; Inverness N S, Donald MeI.eod 

*DunnviHe iMonck O Thos. Armour 

Dunphy JNorthumb N B Chs. Donald 

Dunraven i Pontiac Q Michael ()'IUr(« 

Dunrobin jCarleton JYoungliiiibiDd 

Dunsford | Victoria. 8 R Wm. Qrsham 

Duntroon jSimcoe, N R John Oray 

Dupey's Corner Westmoreland. N B F. J. Heliert 

*Durham JGrey.SR O Archd.McKenili 

Durham Pictou N S'A.CaniPron 

Durland {Lunenburg.... N 8 W. H. Durlana 

Dutch Settlement.... I Halifax N S John K.Andrxwi 

Halifax N 8 William CorWn 

Elgin. W R Arch. J. Leitch 

Mu^koka 4 P S'd. E. J. Onoldie 

Bruce, N R o|Alex.T. iJimpsoD 

Carleton Wm. Fisher 

LIsgar M Kev. A. Cowioy 

Simcoe. B R Jas. F .Mofflt 

Elgin, W R 0,P.J Lindenman 

Queen's N SjAmos Leslie 

Middlesex, E R... 0| Walter Andrew 

Cornwall 0' William Irvine 

Ottawa QW.H. McLean 

Assa Mrs. E.J. Dring 

Colchester N S | Chas. L. Marsh 

East Angus jCompton QJF. P. Buck 

East Artuabaska ... I Arthabaska Q: Hector I'oiafion' 

East Baltic iKing's P E I; Joseph Moran 

East Bay Cape Breton... N S|IIugh McDonald 

East Bay, N. Side ... Cape Breton... N 8 J. P. McKiiinon 

Brome Q Morah Scott 

Beauce Q Louis Beaudoln 

Yarmouth N 8 Israel Hersey 

Halifax N S James Smith 

Compton Q ; IloUis A. Cairns 

Halifax N Si James Fader 

Wolfe QjH. R. Bishop 

Missisquoi qIj. G. WaIeK 

Colchegter N 8 1 Maggie McKay 

Invernegs N 8 W.Lawrence 

Brome Q'Rod. Htitchins 

Colcliegter N S H. H. Slack 

King's N SO U. Roscoe 

Compton Q 0. Lefebvre 

Halifax N S Harris Arnold 

Grey, N R Jas. McKenzie 

Megantic Q Wm. Neill 

Inverness N 8 Joseph Le Blanc 

Brome Q Thos. Perdue 

Russell OR. J. Kvle 

N S I W. W. O'Brien 
N 8 David A. Downie 

Colchester NSC. Morrison 

Colchester N S Q. W. Nelson 

Grenville, N R... Oi E. U. Tallman 

Simcoe, E.R O'W. Baskerville 

King's P E I; Jas. Beaton, jun. 

Queen's N S!E. M. Hatt 

Lunenburg ....N S James H. Davis 

BastRlver.St.Mary's Pictou N Si Geo. Campbell 

Bast Riv. Sheet Har. i Halifax N S J. F. McKenzie 

East Kogerville I Northumb'd. . N B David Qorgen 

Bast Scotch Sett. ...iKing's N B John King 

Rut Si-lkirk I Lisgar M Alex. Purdy 

East Sherbrooke . ... Sherbrooke Q B. Murray 

K side Mnrgree Har. Inverness N SjA. D. McLellan 

E sidt) Pub. Harbour Yarmouth N S Byron Ilines 

E side Ragged Isla'd Shelburne N S > George Craig 

East Southampton Cumberland ... N Si N. F. Lewis 

BaatTempleton Ottawa Q Levi E. Dunning 

ICastville Colchester N 8' James R. Ellis 



East Bolton 

East Broughton 

East Chebo<;ue 

East Chezzetcook ... 

East Clifton 

Bast Dover 

East Dudswell 

East Dunham 

East Earltown 

liagtern Harbour ... 

East Famham 

Eagt Folly Mountain 
East Hall's Har. Rd. 

East Hereford 

l^gt Jeddore 

East Linton 

Bast Magdala 

Bast Margaree 

Eastman 



Eastman's Springs 

Kast Mapleton Cumberland. 

Bast Margaretsviiie., Annapolis. 
East Mines Station. 
East New Annan ... 
Easton's Corners . ... 

East Oro 

Bast Point 

East Port Medway . 
East River. 



East Wentworth .... Cumberland.. N S 

East Wallace Cumberland.... N S 

Bast Williamsburgh Dundas 

Eastwood Oxford, 8R 

Eaton Compton Q 

Eauclaire D. Nipissing. ... 

Bberts iBothwell 



D. Q. Whidden 
H. A. Fulton 
J. E. Summers 
James Hayward 
M. Lebourveau 
W. Mackey 
A, Robertson 



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POgTM ASTMU 

}■ B. Tucheirhirt 
Anthony Allen 
Jas. Mojiiioo 
Jno. Mo()ll||vr»y 
D. McOilllvray 

D. McLaren 
W. B. HIgginion 
Jas. P. WelU 
Donald MeI.eo(l 
ThoB. Armour 
Chn. Donald 
Michael O'Harn 
J.YonnglimbiDd 
W m. Oraham 
John Gray 
F. J. HelWt 
Archd. MoKeniJi 

A. CaniPron 
W. 11. Durlsnd 
John K.Andrswa 
William Corbin 
Arch. J. l^ltch 
K. J. Qooldie 
Alex.T. 8impgoD 
Wm. Fisher 

i Kev. A. Cowiftj 
Jas. F Moffit 
P.J' Lindunman 
Amos Leslie 
Walter Andrew 
William Irvine 
W. H. McLean 
Mrs. E.J. Dring 
Chas. L. Marsti 

F. P. Buck 
Hector Poisson ' 
Joseph Storan 
Hugh McDonald 
J. P. McKinnon 
Morah Scott 
Louis Beaudoin 
Israel Hersey 
James Smith 
Ilollis A. Cairns 
James Fader 
H. R. Bishop 
J. Q. Walei- 

J Maggie McKay 
W. Lawrence 
Rod. UiitchiDB 
H. H. Slack 
R. RoRcoe 

G. Lefebvre 
Harris Arnold 
Jas. McKenzie 
Wm. Neill 
Joseph Le Blanc 
Thos. Perdue 
R. J. Kvle 
W. W. O'Brien 
David A. Downie 
0. Morrison 
Q. W. Nelson 

E. U. Tallman 
W. Baskeryille 
Jas. Beaton, jun. 
K. M. Ilatt 
James H. Davis 
Geo. Campbell 
J. F. McKenzie 
David Gorgen 
John King 
Alex. Piirdy 

B. Murray 
A. D. McLellan 

i Byron Hines 
I George Craig 
I N. F. Lewis 
i Levi E. Dunning 
James R. Ellis 
D. Q. Whidden 
H. A. Fulton 
J. E. Summers 
James Hayward 
M. Lebourveau 
W. Mackey 
A, Robertson 



POST orrioE. 



I |(bo Place 

Icbo Klver 

Echo Vale 

jbnrioniy 

I^uomy Point 

Eciiin Secum 

HJystone 

tdtn 

td«n 

Men Grove 

Iden Mills 

\Vg<ir 

Uigar Mills 

EdL-arton 

ugtimi 

Mgeley 

Ugeley Farm 

EJgett's Landing ... 

Kilgeworth 

CiJgiDf;ton 

EJina 

Edmonton 

Edmonton 

UMmdslon 

IdwarJsville 

EtI Brook 

blCove 

I bl Creek 

i^l River Crossing. 

E«l River Lake 

I EOingltam 

IjiinviUt 

Egbert 

E»rton 

iig. Island 

Ejliagtun 

I ijnmdvillt 

E^mont Bay 

I E.-remont 

llfvpte 

Elba 

Eib Mills 

I Elcho 

Elder 

Elder'i Mills 

Kldun Station , 

Eldorado , 

Elfird 

t:ifrida 

Elinn , 

Elcin 

tigxn , 

l\iSn 

Elcinhurg 

EL'inaeld 

Elcln Koad 

Elia ..., 



■LIOTOHAI. DI8TBI0T. 



P08THASTIR. 



Brant, N R Geo. Westbruok 

Algoma O Alex. Findlay 

Compton Q|J. P. Jones 

Colcbe8t«r N 8 W. A. Fulmer 

Colchester N 8|d. O. Moore 

Guysborough . N fS; B. Mcintosh 
Northumb.; W R. M. Bradley 

Elgin, R R A. 8. Still well 

Marquette Mi John Honey maii 

Bruce, E R 8. A. King 

Wellington, S P oiT. A. Mason 

Simcoe, U R Oi Alex. Miller 

Essex 01 William Edgar 

Muskoka A P S'c.O; James Edgar 



Grey, 8 R 

York, WR 

Assa 

Albert N R 

Rent 

Muskoka* PS'd.O 

Argenteuil Q 

Peel 

AlU 

Victoria N B 

Wellington, N R. 

Yarmouth N 8 

Victoria N8 

Cumberland ... N S 
Restigouche ... N B 

York N B 

Monck 

Renfrew, 8 R .... 

Simcoe, 8 R 

Wellington, N R. 

Saguenay Q 

York, E R 

Huron, 8 R O 

Prince P E I 

Grey. 8R 

Sheffnrd Q 

Caldwell 

Leeds 

Monck 

Cardwell 

York, WR 

Victoria, N R. ... 
Hastings, N R ... 

Essex. SR 

Wentworth, 8 R. 

Leeds, 8 R 

Pictou NS 

Albert NB 

NWestmlnster.BC 

Frontenac 

Middlesex, E R... 

L'Islet Q 

York, WR 

Elimville IPerth. 8 R 

Ellzabethville | Durham, E R.... 

i'Wiwn iSelkirk M 

Hlaton i Norfolk, NR 

Eilp^nifowan I Bruce, E R . 



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CLIOTORAL DI8IUCT. 



Glli^riihouse 
Ellesmere ... 

Elliott 

Elliott's Mills 

Elliott Vale Kings 

Elllsboro'. 
Ellisvliie . 

Elm 

Elma 

Elmbank . 
Elmeroft . 
Elmfield . 
Elmgrove. 
E'.mhedge 
Elmhurst 
'Elmira . 
Elmira . . , 
Elmore ... 
Slmsdale . 
Elmndale . 
Klmside., 
Elmsvale, 
ElanTille. 
Elmvale 



Hants N 8 

York ER 

Lanark, 8 R 

Queen's P K I 

P EI 
Assn 



James Edge 
L. Wbitmore 
W. C. Cameron 
Ward Edgett 
James Waddell 
John Edgington 
Joseph Tomaltv 
Robt. Campbell 
A. D. Osborne 
Frank Hart 
Wm. Edwards 
Peter Burette 
Mrs. M McLeod 
Wm. Fraser 
\atb McN'aIr 
Wm. McKay 
Mrs. E. Redpatb 
Mrs. C. Quealy 
Mrs. E. Gibson 
James Hunter 
Paul Cote 
Miss H Hargravi 
Geo. E. Jackson 
S. H. Arseneauit 
N. Roszel 
Desire Chaput 
J. Moore Smith 
James Gibson 
W. W Krlck 
C. Conn 
David Elder 
Marg. McArthur 
J. McClintock 
Isaac El ford 
J. E. Ilowden 
P. Pen nock 
Wm. Chisholm 
R. D. Robinson 
W. C. McDougall 
Mrs. M.Meechan 
Matthew Glass 
Frs. Beianger, Sir 
J. H. Snider 
Henry Smith 
Robert Glass 
J. McLeod 

OlEd. Robins 

David W. Hopper 
James Jolinson 
W. Giendiuning 
John DeWitt 
Richard Elliott 
.Tohn Edmonds 
J. H. Ellis 



Leeds. 3 R 1 Richard Elliott 



Um Valley i Selkirk 



Lanark, N R 

Dundas 

Peel 

Charlotte N B 

Pictou N8 

Simcoe, 8 R 

Grey, N R 

King's N B 

Waterloo, N R ... 

King'8 P EI 

Assa 

Hants NS 

Prinee PEI 

Pontiac Q 

Halifax N S 

Charlotte N B 

Simcoe, N R 

M 



Durham, W R ... 

Queen's N B 

Peterlwro', W R.. 
Cape Breton... N 8 

Addington 

Grey. ER 



Mrs. N. Smith 
Thos. Sargeant 
Wm. McKay 
T. A. Sullivan 
Ang'is McKay 
Alex. Kennedy 
Daniel Smith 
B. J. Peters 
Peter Winger 
Wm. H. Mellick 
J. F. Shillington 
Hugh Mcintosh 
James Sinclair 
E. Graham 
D. W. B. Reid 
Alex. Dyer 
Wra. Harvey 
D. W. Grimmett 



Klmwood Bruce, E R 

KImwood 

*Blora 

BIpbin 

Elpblnatone 

EUie 

KIsinore 

Elton 

Emberson 

*Bmbro 

Bmbrun 

Emerald 

Emerald . 

*Bmerion 

Emery 

Emigrant Road 

Emigrant Settlem't. 

Eralleviile 

Emmett 

Emo River 

Emory 

BmtdaU 

Emyvale 

Enfield 

Enfield 

English Bay 

English Corner 

English Settlement. 

EnglUh Town 

Ennis 

Ennisklilen 

EnniskillenStatirn. 

Bnnismcre 

Enon 

Enterprise 

Rpping 

Epsom 

Bramosa 

Erb 

Erbsville 

Erie 

*Erin 

RrinsviUe 

Erinview 

Erie 

Erinville 

Rrnest.own Station . 

Erskine 

Escott 

ISscuminac 

Esrumlnac 

Esdraelon 

Eskasoni 

Eskdaie 

Rsquesing 

Bsquimalt 

Rsquimaux Point ... 

V,»»A Oentre 

* Essex Omtre 

ISssonville 

Ester haz 

Rstmere 

Etang du Nord 

Etchemin 

Ethel 

Etna 

Kttrick 

Eugenia 

Eureka 

Evandale 

Evansvale 

Evansville 

Evelyn 

Rverett 

Everett 

Kversley 

Everton 

*Ex«ter 

Factory Dale i King's 

Fairbank York, W R 







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J. Reinhardt 
Miss I. A. Polley 
John Godfrey 
George Wilson 
J. A. McDonald 



King's NB 

Wellington. C K. O 

Unark, N R 

Marc)ut<tte M 

Victoria. NR Samuel Glllwrt 

Bruce, N R Oi Robert Nelson 

Selkirk M Robt. Johnson 

Muskoka A P S'd. OIH. Firnsworth 

Oxford, N R OlMissM.Mathewn 

Russell Joseph Ijalond* 

liennox W. G. McGinneM 

Inverness .... N 8 P. Tompkins 

P^)vencher MO. 13. Nash 

York, W R .lohn Watson 

Westmoreland N B Mrs. J. Mulrine 
WestmoreUnd N B B. Carrlgan 

Bagot QIP. E. Roy 

Rwifrew, 8 R ... ol John O'Grady 

Algoma OIA. Luttroll 

Yale B ClFred. W Geisler 

Muskoka A PS'd. 0; Joseph Mitchell 

Queen's P E llp. McCardle 

Durham, W R ... 0! Ed. Niddery 

Hants N SH. F. Donaldson 

Gaspe Q I Francis Cabot 

Halifax N 8 [ James Thomson 

Queen's N B Wm. Pearson 

Victoria N SiJane McLean 

Cardwell O John O'Leary 



Fred. Rogers 
B. McAloor 
Patrick Gorman 
Alex. McDonald 
J. D. Wagar 
Mrs. 8. Jordan 



Ontario. N R 01 Henry Quant 

Wellington, 8 R.. James Mitchell 

King's N B Fred. Erb 

Waterloo, N R... J.Simmermacher 

Haldimand Andrew Finch 

Wellington, 8 R.. Robert Wood 

Addington OlPatrlck Walsh 

Llsgar .M'mIss E. Bell 

Wolfe Q Thos. Shorten 

Guysboro' N SJCharles Kenny 

Lennox W H. Laidley 

Grey. E R John McKeen 

Leeds, S R W. J. Cavanagh 

Bonaventure .... Q Josenh Doherty 

Northumb N B .MissK. McLean 

Carleton N Bi E. 8. Glllmor 

Cape Breton ... N S Henry V. Bown 

Bruce, W R Wm. Grierson 

Halton John Murray 

Victoria B C J. T. Howard 

Saguenay Q Charles Abler 

Simcoe. S R J. B. Coulson 

Essex, 8 R OThomas Rush 

Peterboro', E R . o! A. Gibson 

AsRH Julius Vass 

Victoria N S J. H. Macdonald 

Gaspfi Q iD. V. Bourque 

IjeviR Q Eusebe Pelletler 

Huron, E R Wni. 8pence 

King's N S J. A. Vaughan 

Middlesex, ER... A. J. Thompson 

Grey, S R OiR. McL. Purdy 

Pictou N Sillugh Grant 

King's N BlJ. 0. Vanwart 

Ontario, N R 0| David H. Evans 

Algoma Oj Isaac CampbeH 

Middlesex. E R... O'M. Barber, jun 

Simcoe, S R 0,W. M. liockhart 

Victoria N B,G. L. Everett 

York, N R .John McMullen 

Wellington, 8 R.. John McKinnon 
Middlesex, N R . 0| David Johns 
N 8, Robert R. Ray 
O F. McFarlane 



Fairburn Selkirk M Samuel Oke 

Fairfax Stanstead Q D. M. Paul 

Fairfield King's P E I P. Mclsaac 

Fairfield, East iBrockvillo A. C. Johns 

Fairfield ISt.John N B A. A. Campbell 

Fairfield Plain Oxford, 8 R Joseph Carter 

Fairhaven iCharlotte N B Caleb Green 



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Fairhnlmu MuHknkaA P8'(l. O John 8teTeniiou 

FalrleiKh Klnf^'a N II K. II. Faarson 

Falrm«Nt(l<i ' Aua John Kiild 

Falrmoiint Orey, K R Rol)««rt Orr 

Fairniu\iut iMarquett* M Fklward McOIII 

Falrvinw IPerth, 8 K 0;Mrii. Thoinpnon 

Fair Valley !8luicoe, K R,... JameR RobinROD 

Falrvlew { Weitmnreland. N B : A. CroH»inan 

Fairville 'St. John N H C. F. Tilton 

FaldInK MuHkoki M. Kankin 

Falkenburx Ontario. N R O MatthlaM Mooru 

Falkirk Middleoex. N R.. A. K Oarden 

Falkland Ilalirax N 8 Wm. McUllan 

Falkland Ridge Annapolis M 8 MrH. M. Mariihall 

Fallbrook Lnnark, S R OiW Cameron 

Fallowfield Carleton Robert Wallace 

FallH View IWellniid O JameR 0. Hull 

Falmouth 'Hants N 8 Wm. T. Wli»on 

Faltte liny llearh .... Cape lireiou... N S M. Mcljeod 

Falmouth Station.... IlantN NSW. ArmRtrong 

Faraday UiaRtiugH, N R... O George Orr 

Farewell {Wellington, N R. O William Allen 

Fargo I Kent Wm.Gosuell 

FarmerHtou Carleton N I) W. E. Bstey 

nTtnersvillf ILeedn, S R O ArxaPariRh 

FarminKdale King's N ii J. A. QoRllue 

Farmington King'R P E I Edward Power 

Farmiugtou Cumberland ... N SiO. Fred. AuRtin 

Farnboro' 

Farndon 

Farnham Centre 
*]i\imham 



Farquhar 

Farran's Point 

Karrelton 

FasRifern 

Father Point .. 
Fauxboure ... 
Fawcett Hill... 

Fawkham 

Ft*-". 

'R Mlllg 



King's N H 

King'R P E I 

Cumberland ... N 8 

Bi'ome Q|John Enright 

MiRxigquoi QiS. Paqnette 

Brome Q! Adam Cl^k 

MlRKlHquoi Q L.h:.S.Cboquette 

Perth, S R 0{ Robert Oaidlner 

StDrraont Qeorge Kerr 

Oti iwa Qi William Farrell 

Glengarry Hugh McMaater 

RimouRki Q P. D. Rouleau 

Lunenburg ... N 8 j James Hyson 
WeHimoreland N B Qrafion Ayer 

Ontario, N R iRaac 8. Wardel 

Ontario. N R L. Wilson, jun. 

Wolfe Q ! Joaeph Fectean 

Lennox 01 Daniel Shav 

RusRell OlMrs. C. Hall 

Simcoe, S R O MrR. M.J. Bolton 

Preseott O'P. C. Downing 

Northumb., W R. 0' Henry Cross 

*FmeUm FhlU I Victoria, N R .... 0. Cunningham 

Fenwick JMonck OF. W. Hutt 

Fenwick JKing's N BiThoinaa Keys 

Fenwick {Cumberland... N 8 Geo. Dickinson 

*nrffus iWelliugton.CR.. MissC McQueen 

Ferguson | .Middlesex, 8 R. . O; J. W. Edwards 

Ferguson's FallR | Lanark, S R J. G. Gibson 



i, n 

Fennell's 

Fenagbvale . 
Fenella 



Ferguson's Point 
Ferguson vale .... 

Fermoy 

Ferndale House.. 

Feruetville 

Fernej' Coombe .. 

Fern Glen 

Ferahiil 

Ferry Landing... 

Ferris 

Ferry ville 



Qloucestor. . . . N Bl W. Ferguson 

Simooe. N R W. A. Sneath 

Addington O B. Rotting 

Simcoe, E R OR. G. Penson 

Berthier Q Mrs. H. Fernet 

Vale-Kootenay, n C L. A. Agassiz 
Muskoka A P S'd O Henry Roberts 
Middlesex. S R. . O^D. R. Owen 

Victoria N s! John McDonald 

Queen's N BjR. O'Donell 

Carleton NBJ. H. Cluff 

Fesserton Simcoe, E R 1 R. Jancouski 

Fetherston Muskoka A PS'd. OJ S.J. Peake 

Feversham Grev, E R 0!A. McQirr 

Fifteen Mile Stream Halifax N S J. G. S. Hudson 

Fifteen Point Prince P E I A. Gallant 

*Pingal Elgin. W R o|S. E. Burwell 

Finger Board Victoria, 8 R O: Thomas Moase 

Fintona .Cardwell OR. J. Lamon 



First South Lunenburg. . , N 8 

Fish Creek Perth. S R O 

FishervilU Haldimand O 

Fish Lake Prince Edward. . 

Fitdh Bay jStanstead Q 

Fitzgerald Station... I Prince P E I 

Fitwoy Harbour 



POST OPPICB. 



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Pivt Itlandi . 
Five Mile River ... 
Flamboro' Centre 

Flatlands 

Fiat River 

Fleetwood 

Fleming 



Edward Allen 
John Perrin 
C. F. Holterman 
Wm. Robinson 
T. B. Rider 
Smith John 

Unark, N B OlW. A. ShirrefT 

Colchester N S|S. D. Graham 

Hants N S|Jo8. McLearn 

Wentworth, N R. J. T. Mitchell 
Restigouche... N B Mrs.J. MeKenzic 

Queen's P E I:R. K. McKenzie 

Durham E R Wm. Stacy 

Assa M. Morrison 



Flethrrtm Orey, 8R Rnhert .) HpTri 

KleMwrton Station. Grey, 8 R O Wni. I'linlv 

Flotcher Kent Patrick T R,,rrv i 

Fletcher's Station .. Halifltx N S v.\, i^rKit- 

Fleurant Bonaventure Q Wllllnni Omy 

Fleuriau Rlmouskl Q AuKUttx Cnrua 

Flinton Addington E. J. Mutlhcta 

Flodden Richmond Q ()ilbi<rt Stiilk>- 

Floradale Waterloo, N R ... Iimac Ucvlii 

Ftortnct Middlesex, W R. O John A. Yt.uoi 

Florrnceville Carleton N B S. 0. Burii^e 

Flurunceville.Eattt... Carleton N K John Lnvt-lv 

Florenta Marquette M Thos. McKrVizr 

Flowers' Cove Queen'n N B Mrs. KUiwcrn 

Flower SUtion LHnark. N R G. W. White 

Flume Ridge Chsrlotte N B M. Nonimii 

Foley Ontario, 8 R 0. WaikinHh^w 

Folly Lake Colchester N S Mrs. .McPli«r>'ti 

Folly Mountain Colchester N S John McLmiu 

fbUy Villagt Colchester N 8 D. K. Laylon 

Fontenelle GaRp6 Q John Stniilpv 

Fontenoy 'Richmond Q Mrs. S. Frsher 

*f\mthM iW.lland Frtd. Kitii.ni»n 

Forbes {Colchester N S John KurlwH 

Forbes' Point Sh«lburne N 8 J. 1). Knrhrs 

Ford's Mills ' Kent N B Chas. Walkf • 

Fhrywich Huron, E R Robt. Maho 1 

Fordyce Huron.WR E. Philllpii 

•fbnwt Umbton.WR.... Mm. J. MoK-hir 

Forest Farm Assa Robt. Munti 

Forester's Palls Ranfrew, N R.... O Oliver Kort-ntor 

Forest Hill Kiua's PBI Colin McBsitli 

Forest Mills Unnox Wm. M. Kox 

Foreston Carleton N B W. H. Sliitcn 

Forostville Norfolk, 8 R H. C. Gim.rd 

Forfitr Leeds, 8 R J. IJ. AcklanJ 

Forks Queen's N B D. J. Kiernt/'.^a 

Forks, Baddeck Victoria N 8 A. R. WatnoD 

Forks Road Monck OignoR.Marr 

FormoRa Bruce,E R F. X. Mefsn-r 

Fort Couiorige Pontiac Q J. G. Bry«nii 

Frrc Alexander Lisgar M Rev. L. liebrt^t 

Fort Augustus Queen's PEI Patrick Kfll, 

Fort Elllce Marquette M A. McDouhM 

*M)rt Erie Wellaad Qeorge Lewin 

Fort Frances Algoma John 0. Armi' 

Fortier Lisgar M ^ev. J. Forti^r 

Fortierville Ixitbinifere Q J. B. Forti.r 

Forties Settlement... Lunenburg ... N 8 J. A. Hiltz 

Fortin Rlmouskl Q Noel Fortin 

FortKipp Alta A. J. Whitney 

Fort Laivrence Cumberland NS Chas. K liiikt^r 

Fbrt MoUnd > Alta D. J. Camvlw'.l 

Fort Simpson Cariboo BC R. H. Hall 

Fort Pitt Sask Angus McKny 

Fort William Pontiac Q James MrOxil 

Fort William Algoma Miss C. .McViw 

*M>rt miliam West. Algoma A. McLaren 

B'ort Saskatchewan . Alta W.G. Kosh 

Foster Brome Q C. B. IngleK 

Foster's Lunenburg.... N S Hermon Rafua* 

Foster's Cove Victoria N B Wm. Everet: 

Foster's Croft King's NS P. O'L^ary 

Fosterviile York N B Wm. Fojter 

Fouchie Richmond N S Albert B. I! j^'per 

Four Falls Victoria N B J. H. Pent 

Four Mile Brook ... Pictou N 8 Gw. McKuDiie 

Foumier Preseott OFabien Lamlriau 

(•'owier'g Corners ... Peterboro' W R. Jno WilliHmion 

foxboro' Hastings. ER ... o E. W. Aslii-^y 

Fox Creek Westmoreland N B Eustache Uiirlte 

Fox Harbour Cumberland... N S Mrs. C. Roliuson 

Vox Island Main.... Guy sboro' N 8 P. Lukeman 

Foxmead iSimcoe, E R James HaJden 

Foxt.on 'Lisgar M John Campbell 

Fox River Qaspfi Q Jean C. i'arant 

Fox River Cumberland ... N S Mrs. E.O.Hatfleld 

Poymount i Renfrew, 9R Mrs. E. Foran 

Framboise iRlchmond N 8 Neil Stewart 

Frampton 'Dorchester Q Mrs. FitzifeialJ 

Franconia | Monck OMrs. A. ClarS 

Prank/nrd Hastings, W R... 0: John Chapm.An 



Frank Hill 

Franklin 

^anklin Omtre,, 

Franks Bay 

Franktown 



Victoria, 8 R OiO. Lowes 

Durham, E R. ... OiJoseph Hadicn 

Huntingdon QiWm.Cantwi-ll 

MuskokaAPS'dOJJ. McA. Smith 
Lanark, 8 R P. McEweo 



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I ...:7.:. F^b.rt J si;;Tu, , 

" Wm. I'lirdv 

N S v.). ijif^i^ 

ure Q William iir»v 

y AuKimt- CunJn 

1 K.J. MMtlh.», 

Q Ullberl sulk-. 

N R ... liiaac Dcvjii 
, W R. (> John A. Yi.uDi 

N B 8. (J. Burpee 

N BjJohn Lnr^lr 

M Thou. MrKHiz,. 

N BlMr8. KlowwH 

R....0 (1. W. White 

N B M. Nonimn 

R OjO. WNJkini^hiw 

N8iMrB. Mcl>li«r..„ 

N S John McLwiu 

NS D. K. Uvi„n 

Q John Stiinlev 

Q Mrs. S. Frsi.Hr 

Frid. Klnnni»n 

N f John KortiBd 

N 8 J. I). KorVs 

. . . . N B ChM. W'Hlke- 

R O Robt. Maho.,1 

R O E. Philllpi. 

SVR.... Mrn. J. McK.;i,,r 
. .. Aula Robt. MuHu 
>! R.... Oli»er Kort.nt«r 

PEI Colin McBeitli 

Wm. M. Fnx 

N B W. 11. SliitPD 

R H. C. Oiffurd 

J. U. Ackliina 

N B D. J. KlerstPiJ 

N 8 A. R. WatsoD 

Oignog .Marr 

F. X. Metmor 

Q J. G. Bry-.ii 

M Rev. \j. Lebrft 

... P K I Patrick Kcllv 

M A. McDouaW 

George Lewis 

..... John 0. Armir 
.... .M ^ev. J. Forti-r 
. . . Q J. B. FortiiT 
.. N 8 J. A. Ililtz 

Q \oel Kortin 

Alta A. J. Whitii^v 

iJ N S Chag. E link-r 

Alta D. J. Camflw'.l 
. B C R. H. Hall 
Sask Angus McKay 

Q Jamea MrC<)<il 

Miss C. .McVicsr 

A. McLaren 

. Alta W.G. Ross 

Q C. B. Ingles 

. N 8 Ilermon RafusD 
. N B Wm. Kverett 
.. NSP. O'Lpary 
. N B Wm. Fofter 
. N S Albprt B. H j->per 
. N B J. H. Peat 
.. NSQqo. McKeniie 

OFablen Lamlriau 

W R. Jno Williamson 
IR ... O E. W. Asli'.ev 
ind N B EuBtache Uiirke 
I... N 8 Mfg. C. Rol'iiison 
. N S P. Lukeman 

1 Jamos Uaddeu 

M I John Campbell 

Q'Jean C. I'arant 

I ... N 8 Mrs. E.O.Hatfleld 

R Mrs. E. Foran 

.... N S Nell Stewart 

Q Mrs. FitzifeialJ 

Mrs. A. Clark 

^ R... 0!John Chapm-in 

1 0;0. Lowes 

R. ... 0|Jogeph HadifD 

I Q:Wm. Cantwell 

P S'd 0| J. McA. Smitii 
.... P. McEwen 



POST orrici. 

I rmnkvllle 

rruerburg 

Frwer'H Grant 

rrwer's Mills 

Frurrvllle 

rricliette 

fndnicUm 

fndnicUm Junction 

Frederlcton Koad ... 

' MerictoD Station. 

I rrwborn 

rrwland 

Preeland 

fntlUm 

Pnwman 

Ft'fport 

Freeport 

FrMtown 

■ I'nlighiburg 

French liay 

FrtDch Lake 

Fr«nch River 

French Klvt-r 

French River 

French Road 

Frenrhvale 

French Village 

French Village 

FreOo-h Village 

Frpjcb Village 

r-mr'g Head 

frogmore 

Prome 

Frontier 

Frost Village 

Fnlford 

follarton 

Fuller 

fulton 

Fulton Brook 

Furnace Falig 

Fyfleld 

Otbarouge Lake. ,','. 

(hbarcute 

Oaberouse BaracbV. 

Oabriola Island 

Dad's Hill 

Oagetnwn 

Oagnon 

Oailey 

Qalbraith 

Ualetu 

Qaliingertown 

Galson 

'Oait ; 

Samebridge 

'Sananoque 

iJarden Hill 

Garden Island 

Garden of Eden 

Garden River 

Gardiner Mines 

Gardner's Creek ... 

Garfield 

Garland 

Oarneau 

Garnet 

Garnet 

Garretton 

Garrison Road 

Oarryowen 

Garthby Station 

Gasparlne 

'Gaspi Batin 

0a«p6 Bay South ... 

Gaspereaux 

Gaspereaux 

Qaspereaux 

Gaspereaux Station 

Oauthier 

Gavelton 

Gay's River 

Qaythorne 

Gay's River Road .... 

Osary 

Qelert 

Geneva 



CLBUTOBAL DIBTRICT. P08TMASTIR. 



Brockvllle 

Ontario. N R 

Antigonishe... N 8 
Antlgonisbe... N 8 
Peterboro', W R. 

L«vli q 

Vork N B 

Sunbury N M 

Wuvtmoreland N B 

QiieeD's P E I 

Perth. X R 

UiedH, 8 R U 

Prince P E I 

Wentworth, N R. 

Ilalton 

DIgby NS 

Waterloo, S R ... 

Prince P E I 

M!8NiRI)U0i Q 

Bruce, N R 

Sunbury N B 

Pictou N 8 

Queen's P E I 

Algoma 

Ciipe Breton. . N 8 
Cape Breton ... N S 

Uruuimond Q 

Queen's P E F 

Klnpr'g N B 

'Halifax N 8 

I Inverness N S 

I Norfolk. 8 h 

Elgin, W R 

Huntingdon Q 

Shelford Q 

Brome Q 

Perth, 8 R 

Hastings, N R ... 
Wentworth, 8 R. 

Queen's N B 

Victoria, N R... 

Bruce, E. R 

Richmond N 8 

Cape Breton ... N S 
Cape Breton... N 8 

I Vancouver. ... BO 

Perth, NR 

Queen's N R 

Victoria N B 

Kent NB 

Lanark, \. R.... 

Lanark, N R 

Storniont 

Couipton Q 

Waterloo, 8 R. ... 

Ontario, N R 

Leeds, S. R 

Durham, E R ... 

Fronteuac 

Pictou NS 

Algoma 

Cape Breton ... N S 

St. John NB 

Queen'g P E.I 

Ch&teaugaay Q 

iL'UIet Q 

Haldlmand 

St. John N B 

Qrenvllle, S R ... 

Welland 

Grey, N R 

Wolfe Q 

Cbateauguay . ... Q 

Gi8p6 Q 

Gaspfi Q 

King's P E I 

Queen'g N B 

King'g N S 

Queen's N B 

Provencher M 

Yarmouth N 8 

Colche<ter N S 

• Northumberl'd.N B 

Halifax N 8 

Sunbury N B 

[Victoria, NR.... 
Argenteuil Q 



Andrew Parker 
Alex. Friisar 
John Fraser 
Angus Boyd 
Alex. Lackey 
N. Frechette 
P. MoPuake 
John Shehan 
J. 0. Sullivan 
John Weeks 
Henry Freeborn 
W. It. Fre«lnnJ 
G. P. Palmer 
John RosK 
J. W. Freeman 
Mrs. M. Havey 
Miss II. Pagsan 
R. B. Auld 
G. E. Barnes 
Henry Shannon 
G. E. Armstrong 
Mrs.C.McDooald 
Jane Mcltay 
J. M. Dollar 
A. .MacdonalJ 

D. McSwaiii 
MisHM.A.Pothlei 
C. Mclntyre 
George Beutty 
J. S Brine 
Rv.W.M. Leblanc 
J. Fairbairn 
John Arnold 
Arthur Roberts 
Thog. Joneg 

J. B. Hubert 
Richard Francis 
Mrs. M. Fuller 
George Cann 
John Fulton 
J. Herllbrey 
Alfred Gibson 
Hugh McDonald 
R. R. Morrison 
ThoH. Bagnell 
Alex. Shaiv, jun. 
Thomas O'Donell 
Levi Tuck 
Jos. DuRal 
John White 
R. J. Penman 
Q. Whvte 
a. H. 6allinger 
M. L. Mclver 
Wm. Quarrie 
Wm. Stewart 
C. P. Richardson 
J. G. Honey 
A. Malone 
A. A. McKenzie 
W.R Cu'ninKh'ni 
G. II. Bouteliier 
Wm. Wallace 
George McKenzit 
F. Z. Delisle 
J. Bte. Peiletier 
John Roulston 
R. 0. Stewart 
N. Garrett 
John Hershy 
Jag. Godfrey 
'Thomas Jacques 
Francois Delage 
John J. Annet 
J. H. Eden 
11. liewellyn 
:C. E. Laugln 
[ E. A. Davison 
P. W. Mooney 
J B. Gravellne 
W. II. Gavtl 
M. Frame 

E. McCallum 
W. W. Taylor 
Reuben ^^mitb 
Wm. F. Ritchie 
0. A. Hooker 



POST orpici. 



Genoa .. 

Gentilly 

George's River 

Ofi/ryf.lown 

*Gf.nrgHourn 

Georgevilli* 

Oeorgeville 

GcorKliia Island ... 

Geralillue 

Gerniaiiia 

German Mills 

Qermantown 

Geoto 

Getson's I'oint 

Giant'* Lake 

Gibraltar 

Gibson 

Gilbert Cove 

ailbert'g Mills 

Gilford 

Gill 

Oillander'g Moun':'n 

Gillespie 

Gillies Hill 

Gillies Lake 

Gillies Point 

Gillies Point East ... 

Gilmour 

Oimli 

Giroux 

Gladstone 

Gladstone 

Gladstone 

Olammis 

Glamorgan 

OlanJine 

Glanford 

Glanford Station .... 

Glanmire 

Glanworth 

Glascott 

Glasgow „ 

Glass ville 

Glastonbury 

Gleichen 

Glen Adelaide 

Glen Alda 

*Glen Allan 

Glen Almond 

Glen Alpine 

Glen Anglin 

Glenannan 

Glenarm 

Glen }3ean 

(Men Bard 

Glen Becker 

Glenbervie 

Gien Buell 

Gleuboro' 

Gienburnie 

Glencairn 

OlfMcoe 

Gieucoe 

Glencoe 

Glen Cove 

Glen Colin 

Gluncorradale 

Glen Cross 

Glen Donald 

Glendale 

Qlendale 

Glendale 

Qlendinning 

Glendyer 

Oleuudeu 

Glenelg 

Glenfanning 

Gien Farrow 

Oientinnan 

Glengarry 

Glengarry Road 

Glengarry Station ... 

Oleu Huron 

fllenila 

Glen Iver 

aienlivet 

Qlenlivet 



(LtOTORAL DISTRICT. 



PnaTMAbllR 



Argenteuil Q 

NIcolet Q 

Cap* Breton ... N 8 

I King's P El 

iHalton 

jStanstead Qi 

Autlgonisbe... N S' 

York, .N R () 

Uuntlngdon Q 

Ontario, N R O 

Waterl(H), 8 R ... O 

Allwrt N B 

Essex. 8 R 

Lunenburg... N S 
Ouygborough N S 

Grey, E R 

Simi'oe, a R 

DIgby N 8 

Prince Edward... 

York, .\ R 

Haldlmaad U 

Victoria N S 

Victoria N B 

Bruce, N R O 

Cape Breton ... N S 

Victoria N S 

Victoria N 8 

Hastings, N R.... 

Litigar M 

Provencher M 

Middlesex, ER... 

Victoria N B 

Manjuette M 

Bruce, W R 

Durham, E R ... 

Victoria, S R 

Wentworth, S R. 
Wentworth, 8 R. 
Hastings, NR.... 
Middlesex, SR... 

Grey, SB 

Ontario, W R.... 

Carleton N B 

Addingtou 

Alta 

I Agsa 

iPeterboro', ER... 
Wellington, C R.. 

Ottawa Q 

Antigoniahe ....N S 

Gloucester N B 

Huron, E H 

Victoria, NR 

Ottawa Q 

{Antiitonishe ... N 8 

jDundas 

I Colchester. ... X S 

Brockvilie 

Marquette M 

Frontenac 

Simcoe, S R 

Middlesex, W R, 

Invernees N S 

Restigouche ... \ B 

Guysboro' N S 

Elgin, E R 

King's PE I 

Cardwell 

Glengarry 

Inverness NS 

! Middlesex, E R . 

Marquette M 

Selkirk M 

I Inverness N 8 

;Qrey, 8 R 

Guysboro' N 8 

King'g PEI 

Huron, E R 

Queen'g PEI 

Invernegg .... N S 
Cape Breton ... N 8 

Pictou N S 

Simcoe. N R 

.MuskokaAPSd. 

Shorbrooke Q 

Ottawa Q 

'R«8tigouche... \ B 



Jameg Uordc u 
Mrs.C.G.Briinelle 
Luke Day 
W. Wightnian 
L. Ooodenow 
Increase Rullock 
Stephen GllliH 
Chas. Blgcaiiou 
Charles Newman 
Wm Stamp 
T. B. Snider 
8. P. FlUmcre 
Selina J. Wnldnn 
OeorgeJ.McKean 
John McNtil 
John Glenn 
J. P. Dean 
Robe. Donahue 
John D. Gilt.ert 
J. A. Blain 
Mar. Browniidge 
'N. McLennan 
! F.Gillespie 
Wm. A. Stevens 
R. A. McDouhld 
.\lex. McDonald 
Hector McNeil 
J. Caverly 
Pjetnr Palsson 
Adol. Duhamel 
L. .McMurray 
R. Watson 
Edwin Roiie 
R. W. Harrieon 
K. Kennedy 
Edmond Potiue 
Robt. Murphy 
Henry Clarke 
D. Lnmmis.Jun. 
John Tnrnbnli 
Richard English 
Wm. Forsyth 
Hugh Miller 
W. S. Ruttau 
V. J. Beaupr6 
Fred. Whitliok 
; Ira A. liOsebu«h 
Alex. Robertfon 
8. P. Franchot 
D. II. Cameron 
Wm. Murphy 
Mrs. A. Andersuo 
Seib Rickahy 
J. M. I'.ean 
John McLean 
L. 3. Becker 
Frank Fult<>n 
Orofton J Gilroy 
J. Duncan 
Wm. Shurtleff 
M.N. Stephens 
Robt. Clanahau 
R. McDonald 
David Duncan 
John Farrel 
S. T. Younc 
Jas. Mclsaac 
Jos. JelTers 
A. B. McDonald 
Andrew Boyd 
A. Baughart 
James Molland 
Henry Maron 
W. McDonald 
J. H. Dicksf Q 
Wm. Jordan 
; Michael Lavin 
Wm. MeKersic 
D. A Macdonald 
John McDonnell 
.D. A. Mclsaac 
David Graham 
Jameg Hamilton 
W. McAmmoud 
Jag. Mclver 
Henry Robinson 
Hugh Smith 



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(LICTOHAL niHTRICT. I POSTMAJITBR. 



Qlon Iiloyd 'MeKintln Ql J. Korklnxhain 

Olmi MnJnr OnUrio, W R.... OlOhB*. WlllUra* 

Glen >UrK*ret llnllfWs N 9 J. Franxr, kad. 

0\#n M»y«r Nnrfollc. S R o' Nathan Maimoll 

(Hon Millar ilaatlnirii, W R... O' Vrcd. I'or'l 

Qlentnore OrenTlUH, S R ... Manuel Mylka 

Olen MorrU Brant, N R Thoa. Scott 

Olen Murray IMeKantic Q John Murray 

OlenuHTJa Idleugarry <J Alex. K. Mcllae 

Olen Norman Olenitarry O'D. J. Mcl^oil 

Olenorn Selkirk M Thumaa Kuttly 

Olen Or-hara SImcoe, K R ON. Orchard 

Glun forter Northumbrl'd, N D .Fainea l>ort«r 

Olen Rae I Umhton. K R . Sebaatlan Ray 

Olen Road AntiKoniahe ...N SjO. McOilllTray 

Olen Koliertaon Olen«arry OiW. T. RoMnaon 

Olen RoiM lIuatlnKii, W R... O Oeo. T. r?eaon 



POBT OPPIOI. 



■LICTORAL lliaTHICT.' POaTMABTU. 



Orafton ICarleton 

Oraffon IKlnn'a N t< 

Oraham'a Road '|Queen'« P K I 

(IrHhiiinKvllle |l>eel 

Orainfleld Northunib'd... N H 

Oranhoro' ShafTord Q 



Olenroy Qlengarry 

Olen 8«ndfletd Olenirarry O 

Olen Oak Middlesex, 8 R... 

Olenohee Norfulk.S R 

Olen.sl.ee Plctou N f> 

Olen Small QrenTllle, S. R... 

Olen Sttiwart Dundaa 

Olen Suttun Brome Q 

OlenTay Lanark. 8 R 

Olen UiK Antif^onlshe... N8 

Qlenvale Fronlenac 

Olenvale WeRtmoreland.N D 

Olenvllle Inverneg'* N .S 

Olen Walter Oleni^arry 

Olen William Klng'a P E I 

OlenWIUIama Haltou 

Glen Willow Middlesex, W R. O 

GloQwood Yarmouth N S 

Olouce.iiter Station . Oloueeater N B 

Ooble'a Corners I Brant, N R 



Godhout 
*OoiUrieh... 
Godfrey ... 
Oo<lolphln 
Ooff 



C. J. HcRae 
Sam. McCualg 
LeTl J. IlixoD 
Quartees .Smith 
Donald Campbell 
K Kills, Jun. 
William Stewart 
Oeo. W. Brock 

C. h. Owen 
Ron. MeDouald 
Robert Gibson 
J. R. Hleakney 
And. MnLellan 

D. J. Deruchle 
John Martin 
And. Wheeler 
John Reilley 
A. K. Allen 
W. R. Walsh 
J. a. Goble 
N. A. Oomeau 
A. Dickson 
Rich. U. Howes 
Mrs. E. Thinkle 



Oranhy 

Orand Anse 

Grande Anca 

Grand Bay 

Ornnd Rend 

Grande Bale 

Grand Cascapedia 
Grand Desert .... 
Grande Freuiere... 

OrandeGrive 

Grande LlKoa 

Orand Kntry 

Grande Prairie .. 

Qrnndes Piles 

OrandnH Coud6es.... 

Grand KtanK 

Orande Vall6e 

'Orand FaUi 

Grand Falls Portage. 

Orand Harbor 

Grandlgue 

Grandli;ue Ferry ... 
Qrandin 



N B'MIm 11. Shea 
W. W. HowU 
Mrs. Ann Canh 
Peter Unplilxr 
M. Hayes 
H. CunnlnKhsm 

ShelTord QjOeorge Vittle 

Richmond N SlMr*. McP'.ierMii 

Gloucester N B O. Blaiichird 



King's N B 

Lambton, KR.... O 
Ohicoutimi Q 



David llanim 
John Irniifiidv 
I). Treniblay 



Bonaventure. . . . Q| W. Rdbxrtii'nD 

lUllfax N 8 Miss h. Wnile 

Twn Mountains . Q| Jos. Payiiient 

Gasp6 Q Charles Ki<n>>ur 

St. John's Q 

flasp6 Q 

Yale-Kootenay.BC 

Champlain Q 

Reauce Q 

InTerness N. S 

Oasp6 Q 

Victoria N B 

Victoria N B 

Charlotte N B 

Kent N B 

Richmond N 8 

Safk 



Grand Lake SUtion Halifax N 8 

Ghrand Manan Charlotte NB 

Grand M6tis iRimouski Q 

Orand Mira, North. I Cape Breton ... N S 
Grand Mira, Soutli.. Gape Breton ... N 8 



Sa^uenav Q 

Huron. W R O 

Addin^tOn 

Northumb'd, E R.O 

Halifax N. SJWm. Ooff 

Golden Yale-Kootenay. B C Robert LanK 

Golden Grove St. John N BlPeter Brennan 

OoMen Grove Mills. St. .Tohn N. B! A. Willis 

Golden Lake Renfrew, N R ... 0| Frlti Huglv 

Golden Ridfte Carleton N B 0. Campbell 

Golden Stream .... Marquette M D. McConnell 

Go'den Valley .Mnskoka * P S'd.O Geo. Dobhs 

Goldenville Ouysborough... N 8 Phnmas James 

OoldflMd Stormont M. McLean 

Gold River Lunenburg N S Benjamin Kedd; 

Goldsmith 1 Essex, 8 R Wm. Ogle 

Goldstone Wellington, C R, John W. Craig 

Ooldnream ! Victoria B CI James McPhair 

Gondola Point 1 King's N B J.L.B.FlewelUnfi 

Qonnr Lisgar MiJohn Gunn 

Good Corner Caileton NB, Charles A. Long 

Oooderham iPetorboro', K R... Cbas. Way 

Goo<lstown jCarleton 0;T. U. Mills 

Goodwood [Ontario, W R OiM. Chapman 

Gooseberry Cove ...|St. John N B'Mrs. F. Trafton 

Goose Creek St. John N B Joshua Prescott 

GoosH River iKing's P E IIM. McDonald 

Gordon ! Essex. 3R O J. C. Duff 



Qordonsvlile .Carleton N B 

Qordonville Wellington, N R. 



Gore.. 

Gorf. Bay 

Gore's Landing 

Gorina 

Oormley 

Chrrif. 



Hants N S 



ElUah Brooks 
Robert Sim 
D. Thompson 



Goshen I Albert.. 



Algoma OlAlex. Hogg 

Northnmb'd.W R 0|Wm. Bast 

Grey, E.R 0, James Sparling 

York, E R 0, Colin McKeuzie 

Huron, E R Henry Besanaon 



Goshen 

Oosport 

Gould 

Gould Station 

Goulais Bav 

Oourock 

Gowan Brae 

Gowanstown 

flower Point 

Gowland Mountain. 

Gowrie 

Qracefield 

Oration 



.N B E. A. Robinson 

Quysboro' N S Donald Sinclair 

Lennox Oeo. M. Oermaic 

Compton Q Alex. Ross 

Compton Q R. Cowan 

Algoma And. McAuley 

Wellington, S R. J. U. Ireland 

Kings P E r Lazarus White 

Wellington. N R. Joseph Bittscben 
Renfrew, N R ... OiThos. M.Carswell 

Albert N B'Wm. McKensle 

Perth, 8 R OjT. P. Harria 

Ottawa q! Patrick Grace 

Northnmb'd.W R.O J. Gillard 



Grand Narrows, R 
Orand Nariowe, S.... 

Orand Narrows 

Grand Pabos 

Orand Pre... 

Orand River 

Orand River 

Orand River 

Orand St. Esprit . . . 

Orand Tracadie 

^ Orand VaUej/ 

Qrandvlew 

Oranse 

Oranger 

Granite Creek 

Granite Hall 

Grant 

Grant 

Grantley 

*Oranton 

Qranton 

Granville 

Or.^nvtlle Centre ... 

Granville Ferry 

Qrassmere 

Orassy's Corners . .. 

Grattan 

Orattan 

Gravel Hill 

* Oravenhurst 

Oraystock 

Great Shemogue .. 

*Orr.ai Village 

Qreely 

Qreenbank 

Green Bay 

Oreenbush 

Qreenbush 

Green Cove 

Qroendale ........ 

Greenfield 

Greenfield 

Oreenfleld 

Greenfield 

Oreenfield. St.Marys 

Green Hill 

Green mil 

Greenock 

Oreen Point 

Green Point 

Green Point Station 

Green Ridge 

Oreen River 



Jean Bte SniMal 
Nell McPliKll 
A. J. Klrkpatrlck 
Theophile Houx 
J. L Chain|:ai;ii* 
J. DouccttH 
liouis Fourni«r 
Patk. McMillau 
W. Roach 
R. E. Foster 
Raphael Lei(«r 
Mrs.S. McUonsId 
Rev.J. FourmoDd 
George Mchuli 
H. C. Seely 
W. K. Page 

D. McDougall 
Donald Ulllie* 
Allan McDonald 

E. A. McNeil 
R. A. Macneill 
Thomas Soiicy 
J. W. Borden 
Joseph 0. Siroii 

F. Vlolette 
H. Murchifon 
J. A. Piuard 
8. McDonald 
R. F. Taylor 
A. W. Martin 



Victoria N8 

Cape Breton ... N 8 

Vlcnrla NS 

GaBp6 Q 

King's NS 

Gaspfi Q 

Victoria N B 

Richmond N S 

Nlcolet Q 

Queen's P K I 

Wellington 

Queen's P E 1 

Selkirk M.Jas. Gardiner 

Cardwell 0|Wm. Dynes 

Yale-Kootenay .B C Wm. .I/>ns*n 

Muskoka J. S. Drlsnill 

Russell O J. Edmonstone 

Westmoreland, N B Abram Oraut 

Dundas John C. Munro 

Middlesex, N R... James Grant 

Plotou N 8 J. 0. English, jun 

Queen's P E I Edw. Henry 

Annapolis N S P. R. Troop 

Annapolis N SI Hugh M. Irvine 

Mnskoka& P S'd. R. Ballantine 
Went worth, 8 R. 0. M. MarshsU 

Northnm' N B P. Grattan 

Renfrew, S R .... M. McFarland 

Stormont John Crawford 

Simcoe, E R J. P. Cockburn 

Peterboro'. E R... 0| Mark Oraystock 
Westmoreland N B Adam B. Copp 

Colchester N 8 Robert Dill 

Russell OR. Bates 

Ontario, N R Edward Phoenix 

Algoma Oj.Iohn Sklppen 

Brockvllle OR. E. Foster 

York NbIs.N. Phillips 

Victoria N Sl Donald Smith 

Antlginlshe.... X Sl J. W. ChiBholm 

Glengarry OlA. McDougald 

Carleton N BlThomas Wakem 

Queen's N S' J. E. Tlbert 

Colchester N S Robert McKeniie 



Guysboro' N 8 

Plctou N 8 

Cumberland. ...N B 

Bruce, B R 

Prince Edward... 
Gloucester. .. N B 

York XB 

Provencher M 

Temiscouata Q 



A. W Sutherland 
Mrs.J. McKenzie 
J. W. Masou 
S. Hawthorn 
Calvin Reynold? 
M. Ellis 
Michael Shea 
Wm. Foulds 
George April 



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n 



N B 

IR.... 

Q 

•e. . . . Q 
...N 8 
aliiR . Q 

Q 

Q 

Q 

lay.BC 

Q 

Q 

... .N. 8 

Q 

. ...N B 

NH 

.... NB 

N B 

N 8 

,.. Sark 

N S 

NB 

Q 

, ... N a 

I ... N 8 

....NS 

... NB 

.... NS 

Q 

.... NH 

Q 

... N B 

NS 

Q 

..P K I 
....0 
P EI 
... Ml 



UttKtCt. rMTMARTn. 

NBlailMii. 8hir~~ 

.....NH W.W. Bowl* 
■••P K I Mr,. Ann CMh 
........ Pet»r Uiipliler 

Q H. CiinnlnKh«m 

Q Oeorg« Viitle 

N S Mr». McPlier*,,, 

N B 0. BUricharil 
DiiTid llaiiim 
John Ifitidiii^ 
D. Trerablny 
W. RdliHrtiioD 
Mlin li. WnllH 
.Io«. Piiyii]t<nt 
CliarleH Kunouf 
Jean Bte Srnecal 
Nell MoPhall 
A. J. Klrkpntriok 
Theophll^ Kkui 
J. Ij Chnmpa^ut 
J. Dnucftttt 
liOu\r KnurniAr 
Path. McMlll»ii 
W. Roach 
R. K. Pouter 
Raphael Le^er 
Mrs.S. McOonnM 
Kev.J. Fourmond 
QeorKe Mcholi 
H. 0. 8eely 
W. K. Pbkh 

D. MoDouKall 
Donald Uillief 
Allan McDonald 

E. A. McXoU 
R. A. Macneiil 
Tbomaa Soiicy 
J. W. Borden 
Joaepli 0. Siroii 
P. Vlolette 
II. MurchitioD 
J. A. Piuard 
3. McDonald 
R. P. Taylor 
A. W. aiartin 
Jag. Qardluer 

OlWm. Dynes 
ly.BC Wm. .I«nR*n 
J. S. Drisroll 



rott orrioi. 



... o 

id.NB 



R... 

... NS 
PEI 

....NS 



J. Kdmonfltone 
Abram Oraut 
John C. Munro 
JaniBR Grant 
J. 0. RnglishJuD 
Edw. Henry 
P. R. Troop 
....N SlHughM. Irvine 
'S'd.O R. Ballantine 
S R. Q. M. Marshall 
...N B P. Grattan 
I.... M. McKarland 

John Crawford 

J. P. Cockburn 

R... Mark Graystook 
id N B I Adam B. Copp 
....N3| Robert Dill 
.... OR. Bates 

Oj Edward Phoenix 

Oi John Sklppen 

OJR. E. Foster 

..N B]8.N. Phillips 
... NSl Donald Smith 
... XSlj. W. Chishoim 

01 A. McDougald 

...N BlThomas Wakem 
...NS'J. E. Tibert 
...N S RobertMcKeMie 



..NS 
.NS 
.N 8 
... 
rd... 
NB 
NB 
.. M 
...Q 



A. W Sutherland 
Mrs. J. McKenjis 
J. W. Mason 
8. Hawthorn 
Oalvin Reynolds 
M. Ellis 
Michael Shea 
Wm. Foulds 
Qeorge April 



liftru River 

t1r««n Hirer 

lireeu's Brook 

flreen's Creek 

OriwDsidn 

(iriteniivlllH 

lireeu Valley 

i}reeiiTluw 

lireeUTiilH 

Orreiivilla Station.. 

Oreeuway 

Oreenwich 

i}rr«uwich' (1111 

Greenwood 

(irrxiiwood 

Qrnnwood 

Oreer 

Greer Mount 

Gregory 

Grenfei 

Grnufeli 

OrtnvUU 

Sreshani 

Gretna 

Orey Kagle 

Gretna 

Qreystead 

Grey's Mills 

Oreywood 

GriersTille 

Gril)bin 

Orimn 

Griffin's Cornerii . ... 

Orifflu Cove 

Orlfflth 

'Orimiby 

Grimsby Park 

Oriniiton 

Grindstone Island... 
Oriswold Station ... . 

Grondines 

QroHses Coques 

Grosses Roches 

OroHvenor 

Grovesend 

Grove Mills 

Groves Point 

flroveton 

Qrnnd 

Ouvguen 

'Ouelph 

OulKiies 

Guilds 

OulfShore 

Qull Cove 

Gull Creek 

Gunning Cove 

Ounter 

Guthrie 

Ouysborouich . 

Quysboroufjh 

Quysboro' Intervale. 

Gypsum Mines 

Ilackett's Oove 

Hadlow Cove 

'RagersvilU 

Haxennan's Corners 

Haiiisville 

Haiusviile 

Ualcro 

Haley Staiion 

ilalcomb 

Daldane Hill... 

Half Island Cove ... 

nalfway Cove 

Halfway Brook .., 
Halfway River..., 
Hilfway River St 

'IMihurton 

Halifax 

Hallerton , 

Ilalloway 

Ualioweil Grant.., 

Hall's Bridge 

Hall's Glflu 

Hall's Harbour .., 
Hall's Mills 



I ILICTORAL DISTRICT I HOHTMASTKK. 

dutario. W R .... P. R" HimitcT ~ 

Victoria N BJJobii Lynch 

Plctou \ 8 PetKrGreru 



K. W. McEweu 

A. M. Mabee 

M Thos. BowniNU 

Kodtj-r 

. Gleeson 



(.'olelifHter N H Danixl Dart 

Orey, 8H R. I«vate 

Weutworth, N R, U Andnw Black 

Glengarry GmirgK Blair 

HtstlngH, N R ... OlJ. KitZ|{>Tald 

Cumberland... .N 8 {Isaac O'Urlrii 

Cumberland. ...N 8iJ. 8. Kurshner 

Middlesex, N K. O W. J. W'iUbu 

King's P K I 

King's N B 

Lisgar M 

King's N8 

Onlario.W R . 

St. Johu N B Geo. Richardson 

Piintlac Q G. McDowell 

biuico*, R... ... 

Siuicoe. N R 

AMsinlboin 

Argeuteuii Q 

Bruce. W R O 

Selkirk M 

Muskoka&PS'd. 

liennox 

; Middlesex, 8 R... 

King's N B 

Annapolis. ... N S 

Grey, KR 

Peel 

Stanstead Q 

{ Elgin, E R 

iGa8p6 Q 

[Renfrew. 8 R 

iWentworth. SR. 

Wentworth.SR. 
|Orey. \R 

GuHp6 Q 

Selkirk M 

Portneuf Q 

IWgby NS 

Rifflouski Q 

1 Quysboro' N S 

Hlgin, E R 

Bothwell 

Cape Breton ... N S 
iGrenviUe, 8R... 

Selkirk M 

Kent N B 

Wellington, 8 R. 

Ottawa Q 

Kent 

Cumberland ...N S 

Cape Breton... N S 

Addington 

Shelburne N S 

1 Hastings. N R.... 

Slmcoe, E R 

Norfolk, NR 

Guysboro' N S 

iGuysboro' N S 

Haldimand 

Halifax N S 

itevlR Q 

Haldimand Charles Hager 

York, E R W. Milllken 

Dundas Mrs. E. S 

iDigby NS W. H 

I Sask Wm. Qerrond 

: Renfrew, N R. . . Dudlev Moore 

■ Northumberl'dN B Wm Hamilton 
I Muskoka <t P S'd. 

Quysboro' N 8 

Quyslwro' N S 

■ Colchester NS 

Cumberland ...N SiJohn Davison 
jCumberland ....N s|Johu Davison 
iPeterboro', E R, OlJohn P. Young 
iHalifax NS H. W. Blackadar 

Huntingdon Q|E. T. Kenney 

Hautings, E R ... OMrs. M. A. Clark 
Antigouishe ... N S Hugh Dunn 
I Poterboro', W R, OiS. Purser 
Peterboro', E B. 0, John J. Ciowe 

iKine's N S! John Neville 

I Lanark, N H 0> David Barr 



fo»T orrii'R. 



■UtCTORAL DlliTHU t 



Wm. Grigory 
Henry Parr 
Richard Routh 
D. Williami.on.jr 
Richard Mills 
J. R. HolTmru 
P. A. Quirt 
W. J, Mellow 
A. J. Thirlwall 
James Campbell 
W. B. Orde 
James Marshall 
Thomas Splau 
Josljua Little 
Jacob A. Griffin 
Peter Miiloiu 
Thomas Joyce 
H. E. Neiies 
Noah Phelps 
D. Qillespie 
W.'i. Leslie 
George Lindsay 
P. X. Thibodeau 
F. X. Vantour 
Joseph Ross 
Samuel U'Neil 
W. E. Godfrey 
Alonzo Ruble 
Chas. Cordiner 
Jas. McAuley 
8 ChriNtophersoi 
M. Queguen 
David atirton 
M. Brazeau 
J. Guild 
W. Waugh 
Alex. Hardy 
J. H. Jones 
John Doane 
Jno, II. Guuter 

D. Livingstone 
John W. Doyle 
W. G. Hadley 
Robert McKay 
C. Watton 

E. Grouo 
James Qibsou 



DUloD 
Hains 



Geo. C. Betts 
John Diggden 
John Jamieson 
Wm. Fisher 



Mail's Prairie 

Hall's stream 

HailvilW 

Ilalston 

Haiversou 

*ffiiinilton 

Jumtt Sit eft 

ilaniilton 

llainiltoD MuuDtain 

Uamiota 

Huuimond 

Hanimondvaie 

Ilampshirw Mills.... 

ilampstead 

llampilmd 

Hampden 

Uamptiin 

Hampton 

Hampltn 

Hanitown 

Ilanlau 

Ilaulau 

Ilaunon 

Hannver 

Hansford 

■ Hanlipnrt 

Ilanwell 

Harbour au Boueltt. 

Ilarlxiur Road 

Harbourvilitt 

Harcourt 

Hardinge 

Hardingviile 

Ilardwicke 

Hardwood Flat 

Hardwood Lands ... 

Ilarewood 

Ilarkaway 

Harlem 

Harley 

Harley Huad 

Uarlock 

Harlowe 

Hurmony 

Harmony 

Harmony MillR 

Harold 

Harper 

Harpley 

Harrietsvilie 

Harrigan Cove 

Harrington, East ... 
Harrington, West... 

Harrlsburg 

Harrison's Corners . 

Ilarrisou River 

Harrison Settlement 

'HurriiUm 

Harrow 

Har.owsmith 

Ilartfell 

Hartford 

Hartford 

Harttbrd 

Hartingtou 

Hartland 

Hartley 

Harfney 

Hartsmere 

Uartsvilie 

Harty'H Station .. 

Harvey 

Harvey Bank 

Harviy Station .. 

Harwich 

Harwood 

(laseville 

FlHSsett 

*Hastin,f.<i 

Hastings 

Hu.4tingN 

Hatcbiey Station 
Hatfield Point... 

Hatle.y 

Hathaway 

Haultain 

Havelock 



N WestmiDNter.BC 

Cuiupton Q 

Duudas 

Hasliugs, E R ... (I 

PontlAC Q 

Hamilton 

Hamilton )) 

Prince . 
Que<*n's 



rOHTMAHTU, 



r. W. Brown 
K. B«>Nn 

Joseph Wallace 
James Boyd 
James M(M)re 
H. N. Case 
Arthur Vincent 

P E I|ChaH. Stewart 

N BiKrwin Hamilton 



J. Slu. ck 
I. 8 Van Wort 
Henry Byer 
H. Elliott 
B. W. Cameron 
U.J Piewwelllug 



Miss A.M. Shaw 
Wm. Legher 
Eiiward Corbett 
Alex. Mclsaac 
D. B. Parker 
W. N. Hutton 



Maniuette MiGeo. Elliott 

'Perth. N R 0|W, D. dray 

I King's N b!w. Powler 

iSimco«>, E R H. 11. I^ef 

Oxford, N R 

Queen's .N B 

iflrey. 8 R 

i Durham, W R ... 

Queen's P E I 

King's N B 

iYork NU! Henry Bird 

Peel Q. W. Johnston 

Lisgar M James McDonald 

Wentworth, 8 R, .Mrs. T. Cowie 

Orey. 8 R T. 8. Cnppinger 

Cumberland .. N S A. D. Lockbart 

Hants N H 

York N B 

lAutlgonishe ...N 8 

Antigonishe ...N S 

King's NS 

Renfrew, 8 R ... 

I Addington Thomas Tapping 

ISt. John N BjV. Harding 

'Northumb N B| Robert Noble 

Comptou QlSeth W. Tracy 

I Hants N S Urn. J.Grant 

{WestmoreiandiN B C. Ermine Ryder 
I Grey, E R Jaa. Logan 

Leeds, S R Wm. Gorman 

[Oxford, S R P. T. Cox 

|Queeu'M N B J. D. Brown 

I Huron, S R O Thomas Neiians 

I Addington A. M. Can pbell 

! King's N t« Austin Spinney 

jOxford, N R Mrs. E. Powell 

Queen's N S Nnth. Smith 

illastlugR. N R... Sani'l Bailey 

Lanark. 8 R Joseph Warren 

Middlesex. N R... T. N. Hayter 

Middlesex, ER... Samuel Adams 

Halifax N S Penwick Praser 

lArgenteuil Q D. B. Campbell 

; Oxford, N R Mrs. Mary White 

I Brant, N R James Galloway 

Cornwall Cath. Macdonald 

I N. Westminster BC John Barker 

Cumberland... N S Wm. Harrison 
I Wellington, N R, A. Macready 

Essex, S R John .McAfee 

lAddlngton S. P.Stewart 

I Muskoka A PSd. John Duke 
1 Norfolk, NR B. W Thomas 

Cumberland ...N S John Crawford 
.Carleton N B A. F. LocVhart 

Addington Wm. Patterson 

jCarifton N B 8. H. Shaw 

I Victoria, N R ... OjJohn Barker 

Selkirk M J. H. Hartney 

lAddlngton Wm. Bremuer 

Queen's P E I Neil McKay 

I Renfrew. S li .... Thos. Cnlhaue 
jAlbert N BiJ. M. Stevniw 

Albert N BlLam. P. West 

'York N B'D. GItudinning 

Kent George E. Booth 

Northumb'd,WR,0 W. Drope 

Missisquoi Q, Thomas Hase 

Digby N S Byron Hassett 

JNorthumb'd.ER. Oi Henry M. Foulds 
'Cumberland ...N S; James Soy 

lAlbert N BiJ. E. McQuaid 

lOxford, 8 R OlB. Powell 



King's NB 

Staustead 

; Pontiac Q 

, Peterboro', E R... 
, Peterboro', ER... 



P. D. Qanoag 
J. B. I^eBaroD 
Wm. Cohgrove 
Clark Stone 
A. V. Fuller 



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POST orricc. 



HaTMliirk 

llilv-<iK.tl 

lUvilatxl 

*H't>ukttlrHr\t . 

lUwkMtoiia . 

Hinvkfivillt.... 

lUwIxy 

Ilawthorna .... 

Ilawtmy 

Hay 

Hay Hay 

Kayliurn 

May (.iova 

(I«yii<>ii 

llAVMitlwilJ ..., 

lUytlnl.l , 

Hay'H KiTttr... 

Hity.ivllla , 

Ha> ward 

tli»>l<|)>an .... 
H.I '."I Or«on . 
H i/.fl llroVH , 

Mt/.Hl Hill 

Mazclwiild. ... 

H»«>ir..r.l 

Hcaillrigly .... 



■LiCToiiai, BiatmicT I HMTMAiTrn^ 

Dlghy ...l.....~N 8 J.^fj" SowUiT 
Haxtliiga, N K... O John llrauiner 

Halkirk M Jolm N«llii 

I'rHHCiitt I) >l. U. HlKHlnniiii 

(•liniMM, K K O Thim. Linton 

WatarlcM), N R... O Kot.t. Mfirrliion 

Utnnnx O John Hllillteh 

Kiiaaall O A. K. (Irahani 

Oxfhrd. 8 R 0,0. J. TntfTray 

Mldillaaax. N K. O Al>«l Walpor 

Letinox N. WtwHlcoi-k 

Unnnx O W. H. Rl.kely 

Rlclinionil .s .S M. .1. McDiMialil 

Durham. W R ... i) Wm. lirond 
Wantwnrth, N R. O MIc-haiil Hayeii 

Htilklrk M (' I'. Hi)hi«r 

luT«rn«i<fi N .H Rod. McOou^tall 

Watorloo, rt R.... R. Puddloomlw 

Amh H II. Hat ward 

OarlatoD Adiiiii Ahliiitt 

Klnsc'a P K I Joa«ph Haylt-y 

^iiettn'a I> V. I .1. V.. HaKnall 

lJuvaboro' N 8 8. .»*. l)lckln«on 

HalKlik M J. II.ClHTvland 

York, K R Jamtia W«liiiaD 

LUgar M K. H Fraiida 

Victoria, N R .... 0, W. A. .Maxwell 
.iCumbBrland ... N 8 K. U«harrel 
.*K\ntt,\ I' K llM. McAul^iv 



Hnail li«k« 
H«id i)f Amharat 
[(•■ad 'ifOardltcnn 

ll».i<l of Chn/intcook Halllaz N' S .Saniual llrad«n 

H«adnfl||||«b<>rr)'...] Kind's P K I'D. D Coffin 

He.id Iiid.Hjtr.Lake. (iuyRl)orout(h...N' ,S John Hallutt 

Head uf.Faddore ...llialitax N S A. A. Day 

Head nf.Iordan River, Shulburnn N S H. H. Harlow 

Head of Mlllntream. KIdk'" N H J. A. Soheck 

H. ot'RlTor H«h«rc . ('uinhorland... N S Ii»n. K. Ynuug 

H St.Margiiret'aHayiHallfnx N 8 O. Dauphlne* 

H«ad8t. Petur'H Bay Klnn'a P K I An«UH McAnlay 

H. Booth River Lake' AntlKonlshe ...N 8 Donald McNeil 
H TaUiiDaifouche U.jColcheiter .. 

H>>ad of Tide | ReatiKouche 

l!e«d of Wallace Bay I Cniuberland 
Il.Wallao«B.(N.SIdH) Cumberland 



...N 8 Wm. DobHon 
...N BJamen (111 Ilea 
...N 8 Caroline A. Peers 
...N 8 Geo. Urown 

Heanlip Selkirk M 8. A. Heaallp 

Heathbell Plctou N & A. Kraaer 

Heather Lambton, K R ... D. Mclntyra 

H><at)ierton Antlgoninhe ...N 8 A. Fraier 

Heathcote Grey, K R OlThomaa J. Rork. 

H^athton Stanntead QlWm. W. Heatb 

Hebb'H Cross Lunenburg.... N SU'aa. K. Hebb 

Hi'bron Albert N BiN'ornoan Oopp 

Hf.ltrnn Yarmouth N 8!C. Cohan 

HeckHtun iGrenville, N R... Hu^h lIuKhe* 

HKdireviUe Plctou N .S HiiRh Holmea 

Hedleyville |Quebec Q J. do BloU 

Hftdnenford ... . Ansa! Thoa. Barton 

Heldelbiirg Waterloo, N H ... Adam SteiM 

Helena {Huntingdon Q J. McOlbbon 

H>^mford |ljuneubiirg N 8 Wm. Mailman 

UemlRou . 

Hemlock 

Hf.mmingfnrd. 



Dorcheater QiThoa. Smith, juo 

Norfolk. 8 R 0: W. H. Johnstone 

Huntingdon Q'Joho McFee 

Henderson Settlem'tQueen'g N B John Huggard 

Henderson Settlem't I Cumberland... N S J. M. Henderson 

Henesy IPontiac Q,J. Laflreniere 

Ueof^yn I Huron. K K A. J. Selwood 

Hennlgar Hants N 8 W. Hennigar 

Henry jPrescott 0|H. Cross 

Heur'ysburg St.John's Q Wm. Cockerline 

H'.nr'ymUt jlbervllle Q K. Lafond 

H'nxall Huron, 8 R J. Sutherland 

Hepworth 'Orey, N R Robert Russell 

Herdman iHuntingdon QJW. Anderson 

Hereford jCompton Q Mrs.M.Workmat 

Hereward jWellington. R, George Brown 

Hermon {Hastings, N K ... Wm. Mc.VIaun 

Herman ville King's P K HH. McDonald 

Hernefleld Selkirk i\I | A. U. Thompson 



Heron Island . 
Herring Cove , 
*R'.spthr .... 



Hesson j Perth. N R 



Restlgouche ...N B George Dutch 

Halifax N S| John Reyno 

Waterloo. 8 R ... OlGeo. R. Chapman 



Hewitt IMonck 

Heyworth I Ottawa Q 

Hiawatha I Peterboro', B R, 

HIbernia {Queen's N B 

Hickson lOxford, N R 



OiW. P. Mack 



J B. Hewitt 
James Walker 
Wm. Troop 
David Gardiner 
Levi Elaley 



POST oppini. 



lUOTOIiaL DISTUCT. 



KMTIIUTH. 

Hlggin's Road iPrlnoa .........P K I !»' A MorilW 

High Hank King's PKI D. LlTliiiolon. 

Ilitfh Kliiir |Mari|U«tta M J. A. I)riium,..n4 { 

lllgliburv iKIng's N H N. K. Ulnhon 

High Falls Renfrew 8 H.... U .Mrs. M Dll|,m 

Highfleld Ynrk.W R J Br<H.ks 

Highflidd Hant* N 8 Mrs. M Iliiri{i.iit 

llighgatf KIgIn, W R () K T. Ilcatll. 

Hil/hlnnd Vruk York, K R JatneH Diini'tn 

Hl,(hland Vlllaga ....Colchester N H U. OeddM 

Highland* ICarleton N li .1. McKariaml 

High River , AlU W. K. lb <rn»H 

llUhRock lOttawA Q C. Lapoiiii» 

lllllandale Victoria N B Uwls iMcknit 

lllllburn I Assa W. T Hill 

Hill Farm | Asm Wm Starlin.- 

Hill Head Argenteuil Q Thomas I'oll.Kk 

lllllhiirst (!ompton Q Kdwanl Xmxm, 

Hillier I'rince Kdward... K. Noxim 

lllilman ; Kasox. S R . . . . Robert .Man.-ry 

Hillsborough Uml)ton, W R... Charles Hill 

Hills))or(iuiih InveraesK N 8 J. M. McNeil 

ItHUhirrmigh Albert N B R. K. St.wvw. 

nUhlmrgh Welllogtoo. 8 R. Wm Doiialdion 

IfilMiile iSlmcoo, K R Rolwrt i'ark«r 

IliMMlale Inverness. ... N 8i D. Mcf^nchfrn 

Hillsdale ] King's N B Mrs. J. li. Illckt 

HiU'sOreen Huron, 8 U O (-'has. Trover 

Hillside Cape Breton ...N 8 W. D. Hill 

Hillside 'Albert NBP Collicutt 

lllllsvale ' Hants. N S Hv. CsnavaD 

Ulllview i Selkirk M W^in. Rotbw«|| 

Hilly Grove Algoma J Kutledge 

HlltoTf Northunib'd.K R, U W.J. McAiilty 

HInch jAddlngton O.Mra. H. Hincb 

HintoMburg Carleton A. Wilron 

Hiram 'Albert N. B John Uuder 

Honrd'H Station • Northumb'd.E R,0; Mrs. J. K. Donald 

Hriasic { Dundas 0:Wm. Lepoint 

Hoath Head | Orey, N R Michael Dealy 

Hobart jSimcoe, K R OK. Kennedy 

*noehelaga jHochelaga QiJamea H. brown 

Hochstadt 'Proveucher M Peter Loewin 

Hockley {Cardwell .John Hackett 

Hodson Plctou N 8 Wm. Ueury 

Uolbrook Oxford, S R Wm. Flemlnn 

Holderviile King's N B T. 8.,CrawforJ 

Holland ("imtre . . . .'Grey, N R 0. Carson I'ric* 

Holland Harbour ... Guysboro N 8 Gideon Flick 

n»Uand Landing ...{York, N R W. H. Thorne 

Holland {Marquette M A. C. Holland 

Holland's Mills.... {Ottawa Q A. Holland 

Hollbroke I Aita J. K. Aylwin 

Hollen { Wellington, N R, T. Thompson 

Holly Simcoe. 8 R 0{B. G. Andrews 

Holly Park {York, N B QiM. J. O'Neill 

Holmes' Mills Queen's P E I M. HcLeod 

HolmoHville ;Oarleton N B{B. McVane 

Holmtleld Selkirk M T. S.Young 

Uolmesvllle | Huron, S R OJJ. L. Conrtice 

Holstein |Orey, SR 0{N. D. McKeujIi 

Holt I York, N R OUIohn Quibell 

Holton iChateauguay .... Qi William Hope 

Holyrood ; Bruce, W R 0{ A. T. Campbell 

Homer {Lincoln 0> Peter A.C!averii 

Honeywood Simcoe, S R OiGeorge Ijiwrenc* 

Hnoditmon 1 Muskoka 4 P S'd. OE O. Hilidltoh 

llnpt I Yale B Cl James Wardle 

Hope Bay 'Brace. NR J. Mnirhead 

Hopefield Renfrew, S R .... Oi Martin Daly 

Hopefleld King's P E l|A.McPhee 

Hope Ness { Bruce. N R 0' Joseph Wauijh 

Hope River Queen's PBIlFeliz Murphy 

Hopetown { Bonaventure Q Donald Koss 

Hopetown 'Lanark, N R John White.jun 

Hopevlile {Grey. KR Oil. W. McArdle 

Hopewell Albert N B| James Wright 

fInpeiotU ' Plctou N SJohnGunn 

HnpexofM Cape I Albert N B R. Chester Peck 

HopewtU mu Albert N B Chas. L. Peck 

Hopper Albert N B W. S. Hopper 

Hornby Halton John McMillan 

Horncastle Victoria, N. R. ... George Sharp 

Haming'i MiUi Grey. B R Jno. F. Matthew* 

Hornsey Cumberland ...N S George Reeve 

Horn's Road i Cape Breton. . N 8 H. Horn 

Horton Landing i King's N S Fred. 0. Curry 



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l«R.... O.Mr«. M uilL 
.... J iir.N>k« 
.N » Mm. M ||,ir^„, 
••• O K T. |)..,tl|, 
.... .IntiivN tJiin.»n 
N H li. UnUiM 
N li .1. McK»rl«ni| 
AlU \V. K. II, 'ii,„ 

... y c. hiip<iiiii„ 

N li Uwla I'lck^tt 
Anna W. T Hill 
A«H« Wtii .'^turliti.. 
.... Q Thnrnan l'i,||,„.| 
y KdwHrd Utu 
». Noxc.n 
Kobwrt .M»ii^r» 
ChnrUi Hill 
N8iJ. M. MrNel! 
N H R. K. St.wT„ 
.8 R. Wm U.)iii|,i,„n 

I UoUrt l'»rk«r 

. N8,U. Mr.|.:nrh..rn 
.NB Mrn. J. li. nifi,, 
.... Chun. Trover 
.N 8 W. 0. 1111'! 
..N H P Colllrutt 

. N 8 lly. C«nnv«n 
. . H Wni. R()tliw«|| 
.... J Kutledne 
1,KR, (J W.J. McAuliy 
... Mm. H. Ilinrh 
... A. Wllfon 
N. B John Uuder 
l,ER,0 Mrs.J.K. Dnndd 
OiWm. Lepoint 
.MIcbaul braly 
O^K. Kuunedy 
QiJiimeo II. Urown 

M 'Peter Loewin 

JobD Hackott 

N8 Wm. U»nrv 

Wm. Fleminn 

.... N B T. SsCrHwford 
, . . . . CitraoD I'rlce 

N8 Oldeoii Kllck 

0|W. EI. Thorne 

MJA. C. Holland 

.... QjA. IlolUud 
.. AlU J. K. Aylwin 
N R, T. Thompson 

0|B. U. Andrewa 

OiM. J. O'Neill 

..P E I M. McLeod 
....NB B. McVane 

M T. 8. Younn 

O J. I,. Courtlce 

N. D. McKeuTiit 

JohnQuibell 

r . ... Q William Uope 

A. T. Campbell 

Peter A. Carers 

OlOeurge Iiawrencr 

'S'd. K O. Hllldltoh 
. ... B C I JamoH Wardle 
. ... J. Miiirhead 
L.... 1 Martin Daly 
PE I A.McPbee 

OlJoaepb WAU|;b 

P B I Felix Murphy 

Q Donald Rom 

O John White, jun. 

I. W. McArdle 

...NBlJameR WrlRht 
...N 8 John OuDD 
...NB R. Chester Peck 
...N B Chaa. L. Peck 
...N B W. 8. Hopper 

John McMillAO 

t. ... George Sharp 

Jno. F. Matthewn 

...N 8 Georf^e Reere 
. N 8 H. Horn 
..NS Fred. G. Curry 



!■ )iT ornci^ 

■•pur 

H'.u^liton 

l(,Mi«H lUrlioiir 

Ilnu4«<y'« Hapldi ... 

U>w» UUDd 

Ilowl'll 

g.Tt .-Elation 

HMktrit'i C>»*i 

Hudwin 

Iliiixti* lisndlng. ... 

>Hul' 

Unuilxir 

Iiiiuib«r Hay 

»Uu'nlif.rit(m*. 

Iluii .1 Vallay 

HuntMr'H Mi>m« 

Riin'ur'i Mountain . 

Ilunti-r'it I'oint 

HuntHr'i River 

Uiialeritowu 

*Htiniingdtm 

Kuiitliigdeld 

Uuntlni<ton 

HunltnKvllU 

Huntley 

Iliiat'H Point 

*Hunt$vilU 

HnrdTllle 

llurluian'M UrIdKU. 

Uu.tton 

Ilut.'lilnnon Settle't. 

tliittouHvllle 

llylla 

lly 1h Park Corner... 

Hyndmiin 

!c«l.tudic Rirer 

Ma 

H» 

Ii^nai'e 

lifrtcombe 

Ild^rtou 

Illi.'illewaet 

Imluli 

liciitjy 

Inilian Brook 

lDdi4ii Ford 

Iniiian Harbour 

Inilian Head 

Indian Island 

iodiaii Mountain ... 

Indian Point 

Indian Klver 

Indian River 

'Indian Thwn 

'Injersoll 

InulHwofid 

InglidvlUe 

Inijjldsby 

Iatc)uliih 

Ingram River 

Inb'ImeH 

Iniitioge 

Inkurman 

lukttriuan 

Invrkip 

Innisftl 

InoLivllle 

Internat'nal Bridge 

Int.)rvale 

I»vi>rary 

inrarhaugh 

Inverhuron 

hvtrmay 

*lnnf.)^tst 

in7^rn688 

Inwood 

lona 

looa Station ... 

Irens 

Irpton 

Irish Cove 

Iris 

Iris 

Itvhtowu 

Irr)u Dale 

Iron Hill 

Irou Mines. . . . 



PimTMASTKH. 



■LI(!TOR«L DliTBICT 

p'etMrlKiro'.lc it . Thouiaa CUrJT" 
Niirfitlk, 8 H .... <l<><)rg« Hundy 

(iaap^ g I'. I.. Joncan 

Ontario. N it O l> J Ilrace 

Frontenan O JaiiiKi w'lirlon 

Chattwiigiiay ... I) Tliomaa (lehblr 

Bunltury N II At>n«r .Mctrslrxau 

llalirai .\ 8 A. W. Hhatford 

Vaudreull Q Allwrt VI|M)iid 

Quewn'a N II Naac Clark 

Ottawa U JaH. II. Kerr 

'York, W. K J. UoblnMiu 

York, W R M. I,. OarlUl" 

Wnlland t) .lamest). Kom 

.MnniuettH M .M. Riiliy 

l^iieeu'H .N B Wm. Ode 

Victoria N H John lliniter 

I'liutlao Q \. IiaiiiM<u 

Queen's P K I IVter MoOrath 

MasklnongA Q .lohii McOulrx 

Huntingdon QiChaa. Marshall 

Huron, tni . . . . O John Oordon 
Cape Breton ... N 8 .\. MuOonald 

8burl)ronk» Q J. W. Gamsby 

Uoark, N R O W. K. Kenton 

Queen's N 8 Nat. McKeune 

MuskokaA PS'd.O James F. Han«* 
; Musknka ft P S'd. John .SIrr 

RuHsell () Mrs. J. Caasidy 

Wellington. C R, David Callaway 

{Halifax N 8 8. HutchinHou 

I Peel O Jas. P. Hutton 

Hastings, N. R... O G. A. BartUtt 
' Middlesex, K R... 0> 8. McNames 

|Gronvllle J. Hyndman 

Idsgar M <l. KydU'Msou 

Durham, K R ... Wm. H. Ixiigb 

; Queen's K B W. F. Keirstead 

OW. n. Cobb 

Muskoku ft PS'd.O Kd. Malkin 
! Middlesex, K K.. Robt. Little 
i Vale-Koutenay, BC W. J. Atherton 

King's N B Lemuel Gillies 

'Queen's N B N'. Inch 

! Victoria N 8 0. McLennan 

Marquette .Mi HerbertSturton 

Halifax N 8 .Ian. E. 8tratford 

AssaJRobt. Crawlord 

Charlotte N BiMissC. F. Dixon 

: Westmoreland, N B|S. domera 

Lunenburg N 8; Jamei Moser 

Peterboro', E K, M. Guerin 

I Prince P K I J. A. Mcl.«llan 

St. John N B Wm. G. Brown 

{Oxford, S R O Joseph Gibson 

Oardwell J. Graham 

Annapolis. . .. N 8 James Besls 
Victoria, N R.... John W. Hunt 

Victoria N 8 J. W. Burke 

Halifax N 8 C. A. Whitman 

Mugkokaft PS'd.O Wm. Bartlett 

Grey, K R H. Armstiong 

Dundaa AlvaCorrigan 

Gloucester N B Mrs. Ki<bichnud 

I Oxford, N R Miss Sarah Begg 

!8imroe, 8 R George Barclay 

JiHnark, 8 K D.J. Knnla 

Welland ,.. Georire Graham 

Wu8tmorelanJ,N BiH. Horseman 

Fronteuac OIN. Coverley 

Wellington, C R. Richard Avias 

Bruce, W R Daniel Muhm 

Bruce, N R A. Neelands 

Meguntic Q J. E. George 

{Prince P E I Luke Hughes 

Lambton. E R. ... Oi J. M. Courtright 

Elgin, W R OjBdraund Roche 

I Elgin, W R Wra. Henderson 



Dundas 

Yarmouth N 8 

Cape Breton ...N S 

Simcoe, N R 

Queen's P E I 

Westmoreland, N B 
Victoria, NR..,.0 

Brome Q 

Inverness N 8 



Mr4 8. Munroe 
Ira Porter 
M. E. McNeil 
John Campbell 
Annus Beaton 
John Larracey 
Peter Barr 
Mrs. McCrumb 
D. Campbell 



POST opnci. 

Iron Or* ,., 

tronslda 

*ln>quint 

Irvine 

Irving Settlement... 

Irwin 

Ikmc'i Ihrhour 

Isaac's llarb<mr(e.a.) 

Island Brook 

Islay 

Isleaux Coudrna ... 

IsleauxGruea 

Ule BItard 

Isle Hupaa 

Isle Perrot 

Isle Perrot, North ... 

Ule VerU 

Islington 

Ivan 

Ivanho* 

1 ves 

iTy 

1 vy Lxa 

JacklUh Bay 

Jarkson 

Jarkson 

Jackson Hoad 

Jaoksoiitown 

Jaokionvxlle 

JacksoDvlLa 

Jac<{uet River 

Jaffa 

Jamea River 

James River Station 

Jamestown 

Jamesville 

JaiuieHon 

Jnnutviila 

Jeueville 

Jarlsberg 

Jarrett's Corners. . . 

Jarvtt 

Jasper 

Jauvrin's Ilartxiur.. 
Jeddore Oyster Pd'a 

Jefferson 

Jeffry 

Jemseg 

Jenkins 

Jericho 

Jermyn 

Jersey Mills 

Jeiseyville 

JesRopviUe 

Jewett's MlUa 

Jocelyn . 

Jock Vale 

Joggin Bridge 

Joggin Mlnea 

Johnson 

Johnson Crossing... . 

Johnson's Croft 

Johnson's I^anding. 

Johnson's Milla 

Johnson's Mills 

Johnston's River ... 

Johnston 

Johnville 

Johnville 

Jolicure 

*JnlietU 

Joly 

Jones Falls 

Jonquldrea 

Jordan 

Jordan Bay 

Jordan Bay (e. s.)... 
Jordan Mountain... 

Jordan Station 

Josephine 

Josephsburg 

Joynt 

Jaddhaven 

Judique 

Juniper Mount .... 

Jura 

Juvenile Settlement 



ILMTOKAL DiaTBIOT. 

ipietou...Trrr.ir'B 

DtUwn Q 

Dundaa o 

Megantle Q 

Albert N H 

Kent O 

Ouyshoro' N 8 

Guy.boro' N8 

(k)mptoti Q 

Victoria, N R.... O 

Charlevoix g 

Montinagny Q 

Jacc|uesCarllar Q 

Iterthisr g 

Vaudreull Q 

Vaudreull g 

Temlncouata Q 



POSTMASI ik. 



York W R O 

Middlese:!. G R... O 
Hastings, S R ... 

Wolff Q 

Simcoe, 8 R O 

Lveds, 8 R 

Algoma O 

Cumberla'id . . N 8 

Grey, N R O 

King's .V 8 

Oarleton N B 

Carletnn N B 

Cape Breton. . N 8 
Reatigouche... N B 

Elgin, ER 

Antigonlshe...N 8 
Antlgonislie....N 8 

Huron, K R o 

Victoria N 8 

{Lanark 

{Durham, E R O 

jQloucester .... N B 
MuskokaftPSd. 

I Simcoe, E R O 

Hiildimand O 

Orenville. N R... 

Richmond N 8 

iHalinix N 8 

I York, WU 

King-B N B 

Queen's N B 

Queen's N B 

Ijambton, K U.... 

Peterboro' O 

Beauce Q 

Brant, N U 

Grey, SR O 

York N B 

Algoma 

Carteton O 

Dlgby NS 

Cumberland ...N 8 

Grey. N R 

Colchester NH 

Kinas N B 

N. Westminster BC 

Huron, S R O 

Westmorland.. N B 

Queen's P E I 

Queen's N B 

Compton Q 

Carleton N B 

Westmoreland, N B 

Joliette Q 

Provencher M 

Leeds. S R Oj 

Chicoutimi Q 

Lincoln 

Shelhurne N S 

Shelburne ....N 8 

King's NB 

Lincoln O 

Simcoe, N.R 

Waterloo, S R ... 

OtUwa Q 

Simcoe, B R 

Inverness N 8 

Cape Breton . . N S 
Lambton, ER.... 
Sunbury N B 



Jaa. McDonald 
Henry .'Cola 
Adam llarkneas 
II. Wsrk 
Wm. K. BI.Mhop 
Tbos Irwin 
A. McMillan, Jr. 
8. R (ilffln 
U. II. Wllford 
Kdwsril Wilson 
Mrs. M. OegagnA 
Louis l.avole 
K. Uiiusaia 
K«v. V. Pllngnst 
Jnllen Monimtit 

J Irfollll' 

I.ouIn A.llertrand 
Thomas Musson 
.N A. Orahaiu 
Wni. II. Tanner 

'John McKay 
Alex. Brown 
John Ivpy 
John 0. illlnih 
Wni. .lackKon 
ThoH. Ilainoss 
Asapli Itolilnson 
8. i;vt<rt,tt 
Jas. SImonson 
Jno. B Jackson 
liou\» Jutixn 
Wm. J.Ostrander 
John OhIsholm 
Jas. M<'I)i)nald 
Kdward .Snell 
J. C. Macdonald 

{John Spixra 
John Burn 
Robert C. Cale 
M. Johnson 
Isaac Orsen 
Mrs. Urania Sill 
Chris. Hlchard 

! AUx. George 
D Mltcbell 

I W.J. Gal.. 

I J. I). JeiTrlea 

i N. B Cottle 

!D. Patterson 

JR. Campbell 
A. C. Brown 
Miclmel Cahlll 
A. llHUdershot 
Willlum Gray 
Ira M. Burtt 

C. Young 
Lewis Cayis 
Wm. H. Randall 
A. E. Maionson 
MIssN.Johnstone 
Geo. Koise 

F. Johnson 
R C. Garner 
David Spencer 

G. S. McFadden 
M. Braxel 

S. C. Perry 
Chas. Smith 
John Boyd 
A. C. Brownell 
J. J. Sheppard 
Alf. Lasalle 
Thomas Kenny 
O. Brassard 
Clark Snure 
John Downle 
M. D. McKeniU 
A. F. Marr 
David G. Smith 
Joseph Budd 
Jos. Schwarts 
Robert Joynt 
Francih K. Judd 

D. McDonald 
George McKay 
Jas. McCorilie 
Arthur Graham 



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I CLECTOKAL DISTRICT. 

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POSTHASTIR 



POST OrPIOE. 



I ELECTORAL DISTRIOr. 



Kajinyrong j AIkoiuh 

Kaladar Addlngtoa O 

Kamloops Yale BC 

Kamourcuka ; Kamouravka Q 

Kara Carleton 

Karu KiDg'B N B 

KaUtpwe I AR8a 

Katevale Stanatotid Q 

'xatriae MuskokaA P3'd. U 

Kazubazua Ottawa Q 

''ay Settlement. . , , WeHtmureland, N B 

Keady JOrey, N R 

Kearuey Muskoka & P S'd. 

KeatlQg'g iKluK's NB 

KeatN .. I WeHtniorelaud N B 

KeenanSTiUe Cardwell 

•Kune i Peterboro'. E R, 

Keewatin Mills Algoma 

Keith I Botbwell 

Keith. i King's N B 

Keith . CoQipton Q 

Keithley Creek Cariboo BO 

Keldon iOrey, E. R 

Kellob Station i Marquette M 

KellH ;Ma8koka& Pdd.O 

Kelly'8 Cross iQueen's P UI 

Kelly's Cove Yarmouth N S 

Kelso Huntingdon U 

Kelso IHalton 

Kelvin INorfolk,N R 

Kemble Grey, N R 

Kemnay Selkirk M 

Kempt JQueen's N S 

Kempt Head jVictoria NS 

Kempt Road 'Richmond N S 

Kempt Shore Hants N S 

KeijptTowu Colchester N S 

•KenptviUe (Jrenville, N R... 

Kemptville Yarmouth N S 

Kendal ! Durham, W R ... 

Kenlia ; A.ssa 

Kenuaway I Peterboro'. E R... 

Keun- bee Line .... Beauce Q 

Kenilworth i Wellington, N R, 

Kenmore IRussell 

Kf.nmtcook itlants N S 

Keunetcook Coruar.' Hants N S 

KenningtOD Cove . . ' Cape Breton . . N S 

Kenney ; Perth, N R O 

Kensin);tou Uuutingdon Q 

Kensington | Middlesex, E R . U 

Kensington Prince P '" T 

Kent Junction [Kent N B 

Kent Halifax NS 

KentEiidge Bothwell 

Kentville King's N S 

Keohan King's NB 

Keppoch iAntigonishe ...N S 

Kermeos ; Yale-Kootenay. B C 

Kerrowgare i Pictou N S 

Kerrwood jMlddlesex, W R. 

Kerry jAlbert NB 

Kortch iLambton, W R....0 

Keswick [York, NR 

Keswick Ridge York NB 

Ketch Harbour Halifax NS 

•KtUUhi 'York, N P 

KeWHtoke Inverness ... . N S 

Keyser Middlesex, W R. 

Khiva Middlesex, N R.. 

Kilbain Huntingdon Q 

Kilbride Hilton 

Kilburn's Landing . Victoria N B 

Kildare Joliette Q 

Kildare Prince P E I 

Kildare Capes Priuoe P E I 

Kildare Station Prince P E I 

Kildouau Li8i{ar M 

Kilfoil Carletou N B John Kilfoil 

Kil'j;orie Simeos, S R Nowton Maw 

Kilkenny Lake iCapo Breton ... N S Edward Mahon 

Killaloe , Keufrew, N R . . Mnrtin Rocke 

Killam's Mills Woatmoreland NB Allen Killam 

Killarney Algoma ... O P. rjamurandiire 

Klllarney [Selkirk M Ohas. Bate 

Klilean : Wellington. S R.. D. Ferguson 

Killyleagh Simcoe, S R 0, George Sharp 



John Gray 
A. A. Dunham 
Albert J. Venn 
L. Stroppiaoa 
C. G. Lindsay 
.Mrs.D.M.Worden 
W. F. Johnson 
H. Courtemanche 
Ridley Appleb;' 
Mrs.M Prit^hard 
Solomon Smith 
J. H. Mclnnes 
A.J. O'Neil 
Thos. McGovern 
K. F. Keith 
G. P. Hughes 
W. Campbell 
John Mather 
Robert KilUns 
B A. Keith 
M. Mcl<eay 
G. A. Veith 
Wm. Bryon 
Jas. Higham 
H. Anderson 
John Kelly 
Miss H. Osborne 
Peter Mac Farlau» 
A. Alexander 
R. J. Harrison 
W G. Vaustone 
John A. Scott 
E. P. Freeman 
K. McKenzie 
Hugh Cameron 
Thos. Armstrong 
A. S. Hingley 
Robert Leslie 
C. R. Rtffves 
J. D. FalliM 
J. A. Bla kwood 
Malcolm VVatt 
Geo. Bart ley 

C. J, Gordon 

D. Mc Arthur 
Miss F. Salter 
John Anthony 
John McLean 
John Kenney 
G. B. Tully 

R. A. Jones 
iordon Glover 
W. F. Brown 
James Kent 
J. A. Langford 
Jos. E. Eaton 
S. P. Taylor 
Alex. McDonald 
Thomas Daly 
J. A. McDonald 
Charles Foster 
D. C. O'Connor 
N. K. Nfsbett 
R. VanNorraan 
Rev.W.L. McKeil 
James Gallagher 
Jacob Walton 
Alex. McQuieu 
B. W. Stephens 
Val. Ratz 
James Welsh 
Alex. Robinson 
B. Kilbnrn 
0. Vigneault 
Walter J. Cahill 
M. Dillon 
N. J. Perry 
A. Banuerman 



Kilmanagb 

Kilmarnock 

Kilmartin 

Kilmaurs 

Kilsyth 

Kilworthy 

Kimball 

Kinibertn/ 

Kiobrae 

Kiuburn 

'Kincardine 

SlncarClne 

King 

KiDgarf 

Kingsborough 

King Creek 

Kingairlh 

Kingiake 

Kingioss 

Kingsbridge 

King'bury 

Kingsbury 

Kingsclear 

Kini<scote 

Kingscourt 

Kingscroft 

Kingsey 

' Kingsf.y Falls ... . 

Kingsford 

Kingsley 

Kingslev 

Kingsmill 

Kingsporl , 

^Kingston 

'Kingston 

Kingston 

Kingston Mills .... 

Kingston Station . . 

Kingston Station . 

Kingston Village.. 

*KingsviUe 

Kingsville 

King's Wharf. 

Kinistino 

Kinkora 

Kinkora 

Kinloss 

Kinlough 

* Kinmount 

*Kinnear's Mills ... 

KinoHOta . 

Kinross 

Kinsale 

Kinsman's Corners. 

Kintall 

Kintore 

Kintore 

Kippen 

Kippewa 

Kirby .. 

Kirkdale 

*Kirkfi^.ld 

Klrkhill 

KlrkhiU 

Kirkland 

Kirk's Ferry 

Kirkton 

Kirkpstrick 

Kirkvllle 

Kirkwall 

Kleinburg 

Klock's Milll 

Knapdale 

KnatchbiiU 

Kuowlesvlllu 

*Knnwlton 

Knowlton Landing. 

Knuxfurd 

Knoydart 

KoksiUh 

Kola 

Kolapore 

Kolbeck 

Kohler 

Koiiwka 

Kootenay (sub) 

Korah 



POSTMASTIR. 



Mrs. M. (irahsm I 
Jas. MsitUna »r 
D. Mclntvrj* 
Mrs. M. Munrn« 
James Kloruin^ 
G. A. Lehniann 
James Kimtiall 
M. Hammoni 
W.H.Mlnhinnitk 
H. J. Hunt 
M. McKemlrick 
David Hums 
James C. Stokes 
Ben. Moultou 
J. Q. Mclipftl 
W'n. Hutiiplir.iy 
J'(hn McKesii 
Henry Walmslev 
Archibald Koss ' 
.Mrs. B. I. Kiwii 
L. L. Vallw ' 
Edw. Mosman 



Peel 

Lanark. S R 

Middlesex, W R.. 

Carleton U 

Grey, NR 

Ontario, N R ... 

Lambton, W II... . 

Grey, ER 

Assa 

Lanark, N U 

Bruce. W R 

Victoria N B 

York, N R 

Bruce, W R 

King's P EI 

York, N R 

York NB 

Norfolk, S R....0 

Inverness N 8 

Huron, W R 

Richmond Q 

Lunenburg N 8 

York N B G. A. Hainmoiid 

Grey, E. R James Phelsn 

Lambton, E R ... John Pelky 

Stanstead Q G. M. Hunt 

Drummocd Q Geo. A. Evans 

Drummond Q Robert Leltli 

Hastings, £ R ... J. 3. Gordon 

Selkirk M James Keiiting 

York N B G. N. Foster 

Elgin, ER OiS. W. Teeple 

King's N 8l Robert Cor 

Kingston James Shannon 

King's N B Samuel Foster 

Kent N B Edward Harm. » 

Frontenac . 

King's NS 

Kingston 

King's NS 

Essex, 8 R 

Inverness , . . . N S 

Victoria, SR 

Safikatchewan Ter. 

Perth, M R 0} James Moriarty 

Prince P E 1 James barmer 

Bruce, W R 0|john Ilarrism 

Bruce, W R Robert Paxtou 

Victoria, N R 0^ James Wilson 

Megantic Q James Kinnrar 

I'^arquette M Hebron Mo:ir 

Queen's P E I David Ross 

Ontario, W R .... B. Weatnerill 

King's NS G. A. Burgess 

Huron, W R Martin Whitty 

Oxford, N R Robt. Eldon 

Victoria N B Thomas Watt 

Huron, 8 R Robert Melli« 

Pontiac Q J. T. McDounall 

Durham, W.R.....0 H. R. Thornton 

Drummond Q Wm. Stevous 

Victoria, N R .... Michael O'Neil 

Glengarry Wm McLeod 

Cumberland ...N S John D. Smith 

Carleton N B I John NicholsoD 

Ottawa Q|Mi88LoulmRM>l 

Perth, 8 R John McCurdy 

Saskatchewan Ter | Robtert Adams 

Simcoe, N R John Skelton 

Wentworth, N R. Oi George Christie 

York, W R O'R. Holllnirshead 

Dist. of Nipissing Oj James B. Ktoik 
Middlesex, W R.. 01 Jas. McDonald 

Ualton 01 Mrs. E. Laoirill 

Carleton NBlByron Ricker 

Brome Q It N. England 

I Brome Q J. P. Tuck 

Carleton N B Thomas Ki:Uon 

iPlctou N S D. McKlnuou 

I Viinctmvsr B C C. Crosier 

I Selkirk M C. Waiaewriu-hl 

Grey. E. R George WiUru 

Cumberland ...N 8 John Henley 

Haldimand Lewis Lint 

Middlesex, S R... Wm. McKellar 

Yale B C David Grilliths 

Algoma Daniel Ever-tt 



Joseph Deane 
A.C.Von Buskirk 
Alex. Campbell 
J. W. Graves 
James H. Smart 
A. Black 
James C. Leary 
J. Tennant 



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idn. hi. oTtA^ 
Jas MaitUnj ,r 
"• Mclntyr* 
Mrs. M. Munro« 
James Fleming 
O. A. Lehiimnn 
James Kimball 
M. Hammon 1 

W.H.Minhinnick 
H. J. Hunt 
M. McKendrick 
David Hums 
Jamos 0. Stokes 
Ben. Moiiltou 
J. Q. McLert.! 
Wm. Hnmphr»y 
J'jhn McKeaii 
Henry WalQisigy 
Archibald Koss ' 
Mrs. B. I,, f.axn 
L. L. Vallee ' 
Edw. Mosmau 
N B G. A. Hammoii(J 

James Phelan 

SR... John Pelkv 

QO. M.Hunt 

Q Geo. A. Etjiis 

... Q Robert Leitti 
... J. 3. Gonlun 
.. M James Keating 
... N B,Q. N. Foster 

OiS. W. Teeple 

NS; Robert Cor 

01 James Shaminn 

N B|Samuel Foster 

NBi Edward ilarm » 

O Joseph Deani? 

NS A.C.Von Buskirti 

Aiex. Campbell 

N S J. W. OravM 

James H. Smart 

. .. NS[A.Black 

il Oi James C. Learv 

an Ter. J. Tennant 

James Moriarty 

P E I James learmer 

' John Harrison 

Robert Paxton 

1 James Wilson 

Q James Kinncar 

M Hebron Moar 

..PEI David Ross 
1....0 B. Weatherill 
.... NS Q. A. Burgess 

Martin Whitty 

Hobt. Eldon 

....N B Thomas Watt 

Kobert Mellis 

Q .1. T. McDoiijjall 

.R.....0 H. R. Thornton 

Q Wm. Steve us 

I .... Michael O'Neil 

Wm McLeoil 

...N S John D. Smith 
...N B John Nicholson 

Q{ Miss Louisa Read 

OjJohn McCurdy 

n Ter j Robtert Adams 

OJohn SiKelton 
NR. Oj George Christie 

0!r. Hollinpshead 

sing 0| James B. Ivlock 
^ R.. OlJss. McDonald 

01 Mrs. E. Lanurill 

...NBI Byron Ricker 

Q U N. England 

.... Q J. P. Tuck 
...N B Thomas Fulton 
...N S D. McKinnoii 
... B C C. Crosier 
.... M 0. Waiiiewright 

George Wilsoii 

...N S John Henlev 

Lewis Lint 

R... Wm. McKclliir 
B C David Grillitbs 
.. Daniel Everett 



POUT OFFICS. 



Uownth 

liaaehihouffuae 

I Souctiibouguae B'ch 

(nrUviile 

JKatawa 

■la Bate 

Iltberge 

Uterre 

UBeauc« 

U Brnquerie 

I'Acadie 

Uc^laTortue 

UCarriere 

Ucbenaie 

•I(w;'iin« 

I Uctaine Locks 

U Chevrotiftre 

LicbiDe Rapids 

Uchute Mills... 
I'ijac/iu^ 

U Conception 

LtD«eb. Riv. TOurs 

Ir La Hache 

UcMasscu 

lUeNoir 

|'tooU< 

lUcOuareau 

UcRond 

Uc St. Joseph .... 

Lte Simon 

Uidner'i Landing ... 

lidj Bank 

U Fayette 

Ufontaine 

Uggan 

UOuerre 

U Have Cross Roads 

U Have Island. . . . 

Uke Ainslie Chapel 

Ukti Ainslio (w. B.) 

Uke Ainslie (e. b.) . 

Uke Ainslie (b. b.).. 

Uke AnniB 

Uke Aylmer 

Uke 3eauport 

Ukebur.t 

Uke Charles 

UkeDor6 

Uke Rgmont 

Uke Gtchemin 

Ukefield 

UkefiMd 

yUikffidd 

Uke Frances 

Uke George 

Uke George 

I Uke George 

Ukehurst 

Ukelands 

Uke Law 

Ukelet 

UkeOpinicon 

Uke Paul 

Ueport 

Uke itemsay 

Uke Road 

Ukeside 

Ukeside 

UkeSt. Mary 

Uke Stream 

UkeTalion 

UkeTemiscamingue 

Uketon _. 

Ukevale 

Uke Verd 

lUkeview 

lUkeview 

I Ukeview 

Ukeville 

Ukeville 

Ukeville 

Ukeville Corner ... 

Uke Weedon 

U'-<ina6te 

'■'Amarnux 

Umartine 

Uaibeth 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. I POBTMASTER. 



Waterloo, S R.... Hy. Sohrt 

Kent N B P. Thlbideau 

Kent NBA. Lobban 

Wellington, X R. O J. T. Doersam 

Assa A. Vonljindebr'g 

Yamaska Q J. L. Belcourt 

Chateauguay .... Q C Primeau 

Cbicontimi .; Q Elz6ar Ouellet 

Stance Q MmeAB Pelletier 

P^ovencher . . . M Rev. P. Pelletier 

&i. JuuDo Q George Tremblay 

Champlain Q Job. Brunelle 

Bagot Q;Alf. Brodeur 

L'AssomptloD Q 0- Vllleneuve 

JaequesCartler... Q Fablen Calsse 
Jac(|ue8 Cartier...Q F. X. Garlepy 

Portneuf q; Victor Portlance 

Jacques Cartler . Q D. Dunberry 

Argentenil Q James Fish 

Argenteuil Q Oeo. L Meikle 

Ottawa Q H. Giroux 

Chlcoutlmi Q James Sheehy 

Carriboo B C 0. McKlnlay 

Terrebonne Q C. C. Lt^eunesse 

L'Islet QlN. Lapointe 

St. Johns Q G. M. Van Vliet 

Montcalm Q Joseph Brisson 

Ottawa Q B. Corbell 

Portneuf . ••• Q ! R. SIssons 

Portneuf Q I J. A. Reny 

N.Westmin8ter,BCiTho8. McXeely 

Grey, E R OiThoB. Clemes 

Bellechasse Q, Felix tournler 

SImcoe, E R OJM. Beaudoln 

Glengarry Oi J. McGIUIvray 

Huntingdon q{ John McDonald 

Lunenburg N Si Isaac Heckman 

Lunenburg.... N sl Robert Wolf 

InrernesB N SI Allan McDonald 

Inverness N s! Angus Mclnnis 

[Inverness N SChas. McDonald 

InvernesB N sl Annie McMillan 

Yarmouth N S! A. Whitman 

Wolfe Q Mrs. Champoux 

Quebec Q A. Simons 

Westmoreland. N b!f. Leblanc 

Grey. N B Jos. Davidson 

Renfrew, N R.... O'John Shaw, jun 

Halifax N S Wm. Klllough 

Dorchester q; Joseph B6gln 

Argenteuil Q T. Copeland 

King's N B Miss Sherwood 

Peterboro', E R... W H. Casement 

Lisgar M 0. board 

York N B Jno. Nicholson 

King's N S| A. P. Hndgens 

Yarmouth N S : Charles Crosby 

Peterboro', E R... John Jones 
Cumberland ....N S, James E. Brown 

Inverness N S J. MoDaniel 

Huron, E R A. Dulmage 

Frontenac Darius Warner 

King's NS Obed. P. Young 

Northumb., E R. H. 1. Matthews 
Lunenburg. .. N S Jas Seaborn 

Albert N B David Garland 

Oxford, N R H. Hutchinson 

Yarmouth X S Jos. H. Crooby 

Ottawa Q L. Fournifl-' 

Kent N B 8 li. Briggs 

DIst.ofXipisslng. Wm. Harris 

Pontiac Q 0. C. Farr 

Kent N B P. Flannigan 

Antigonishe....N S J. Mi'Gilllvray 

Queen's PEI Chas. Kflly 

Argenteuil Q W. T. Hlcginson 

Queen's N B P. O'Donnell 

Elgin. E R Joseph Hobbs 

Carleton N B R. 8. Starratt 

King's N S Geo. B. Sweet 

King's PEI ThOK. Rose 

Sunbury N B A. S. Randall 

Wolfe Q FrancoiH Brl6re 

Hastings, N R ... John R. Tait 

York, E R Wm. Nash 

L'Islet Q P. C. Cloutier 

.Middlesex, S R... George Kelley 



POST orrice. 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 



POSTMASTER. 



La)nbUm Beauce Q J. A. Samson 

Lambton JtilU York, W R 1 Thos. Elliott 

Lamlaah Grey, S R OJEdward Earls 

Lammermoor Lanark, X R 0| W. Gibson 

*Lavark Lanark, N R OjJohn McLean 

^Lancaster Glengarry OJD. F. McHhersou 

Lancelot MuskokaiPSd. 0| John Hagan 

Landrevllie Beauharnois Q,V. Brault 

Landry Gloucester .... N B Michael Landry 

Lands End King's N B|Jame8 Smith 

Land Villa Montmagny Q,C. B6ianger 

Lanes Huron, W R OR. E. Lane 

Lang Peterboro'. E R... Miss M. J. Short 

Langevin Dorcheater Q Juste Caouette 

Langford Brant, N R Mrs. .M. Dowlina 

Langiile'a Lunenberg .... N S J. P. Ungille 

Langley N. Westrn'stor. B C Wm. Sinclair 

Langley Prairie. . . . N. Weatna'ster. B CJohn Boyea 

Langalde Bruce, W R Wm. GleeBon 

Langstaff York, E R John LangstafT 

Langton Norfolk, S R J. Thompson 

Langvale Selkirk M G. M. Lang 

.-.nnonciation . ... Ottawa Q.J. Demera 

Lsnoraie Berthler QB. Dearosiers 

Lansburn Marquette M K. Talbot 

Lansdowne Carleton N B J. B. Foster 

^Lamdown Leeds, 8 R 0' Joseph A. Brad ley 

L'Ansei Giles Montmagny Q J. F. Giasson 

L'AnsealaCabane. Gasp* Q Mrs. W. Cormier 

L'Anseau Beanfils. ,Gaspe Q'J. Leterreaa 

L'AnseauFoin Chicoutimi Q P. Pot v in 

L'Anseaux Gaacona ; Bonaventure .... Q A. Brotheratou 

Lansing York, W R Joseph French 

L'Anae St. Jean Chicoutimi Q R6n6 Gagnon 

Lantz Lunenburg...... N S Harvey B. Lantz 

1« Patrie JCompton Q A. L.Gendreau 

La Petite Rividre ... Quebec Q , Auselme Roy 

La P. R. St. Francois Charlevoix Q Miss M.A. Lavoie 

LaPlaine Terrebonne Q Calixte Gauthier 

*Laprairie Laprairie Q,L. Cirondin 

La Presentation St. Hyacinthe ... Q E. Provencal 

Lapland Lunenburg NS Samuel Wile 

L'Archeveque Richmond N S Donald McKay 

L'Ardoise Richmond X 8 1 Nell McDonald 

Larivlcre Selkirk M W. H. Swales 

Larkin ' Hastings, E R ... O D. 0. Larkio 

Larochelle Megantlc Q D. Boulanger 

Larry's hiver Quysboro' N S Edward Pelrine 

LaSalette Norfolk, N R OJohn Gibbons 

liascelles Ottawa Q A. Hamilton 

I*skay York, N R : Henry Baldwin 

L'Astomption L'Assomptlon Q ' L. Onilbault 

"wswade Peterboro', K R. Ol J. W. Ratcliffe 

Laterriire Chicoutimi Q ' Didyme Simard 

Latimer Frontenac 0{B. Wartman 



A McClyment 
J. 0. B. Latour 
Walter Burton 
D. MacGregor 

D. J. Walter 

E. B. Coonev 
QIM. McClnakey 
Q R. C. Uurier 
Q A. Bourget 

Q I John Auclair 



Utona Grey,8R 

Latour'a Mills Pontiac Q 

Lattie'B Brook Hanto N S 

La Tuque Champlain Q 

Launching Place ... King's PEI 

Uurel Wellington, N R. 

Laurel Argenteuil 

*Laurentides L'Assomptlon 

Lauzon L^vis 

Laval Montmorency.. 

Lavaltrie i Berthler 

Lavant jLanark, N R... 

Lavant Station 'Lanark, N R. . 

Lavender Simcoe, S R ... 

L'Avenir Drummond ... 

Lawfieid Queen's N BjWm. WilliamsoQ 

Lawrence Station ... Charlotte N B John Taylor 

Lawrence Station ... Elgin, W R . ... o! Robert Miller 

LawnncfMyum 'Annapolis N Sl J. W. James 

Lawrencetown Halifax N SJSamuel J. Hilts 

Lawi-e.noeviUi Shefford Q A.B.Roy 

[jawson Queen's NB "~ - - 

Layton Ontario, N R 

Leadbury Huron, S R 

Leafield I'eterboro', E R. 

Leamington CumberlBnd. . N S 

* Leamington Essex, 8 R 

Learned Plain Compton Q E. Learned 

Leaskdale Ontario, N R OiGeorge Leaak 

liebanon Welllngton.CR.. O' John Sinclair 

Lebret Assa Rev. J. Maguan 

Le Breton Flats Carleton OJohn Lucy 

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Joseph Charland 
Arch. Browning 
R. Robertson 

B. Heaslip 

C. QagnoQ 



W. J. Lawson 
John Somberger 
S. McKibbin 
John Wilson 
Geo. L. Nelson 
J. McK. Selkirk 



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ELECTORAL DIHTRIOT, I 



P08TMA8TEH. 



Leclercvllle 

Le 0. D'ArtbabHBkit 

Lvdfe 

*Le^di 

Lu»Ja Villai{« 

Lufitivre 

Lffroy 

Lut;ert) 

Legerville 

Leg Lake 

Lobman Landing ... 

Leieuster 

Leinster 

Leltchu's Cruek 

Leitb 

Leltrim 

LeinsHuriar 

Lemieux 

Lemonville 

Lennox 

Iy«unox Ferry 

*LtnnoxvilU 

Leoi.ardvlUe 

Leo old 

Vl.^ ij>lianie....i 

Lfprcatix..... 

Leqiiille 

Les Dallefi 

Les Ehnulemeng 

Les Ecureuils 

Les Arables 

Les Escoumaius 

Leg Fonda 

Lea Qr. KerKeronneg 

Lu!tkard 

Leslie 

li^R Fet.Bergeronnes 

Letellier 

Letbbridge 

L'Etete 

Letterkenny 

Levis 

Lewis Bay 

Lewi8 Head... 

Lewisbam 

Lewis Mlih 

Lewis Mountain . 
Lewis Mountain . 

LewisTille 

Libbytown 

Lid'-'ote 

Lieury 

Lifford 

Lillooet 

Lily 

Lily Lake 

Lily Lake 

Lily Oak 

Lime Bank 

Lime Hill 

Lime Hill 

Limehouse 

Limekiln ..,,..,, 

Lime Lake 

Lime Ridge 

Lime Rock 

Lincoln 

Linda 

Linden 

Linden Valley ... 

Liudenwood 

*Lindsay 

Lindsay 

Lineboro' 

Lingan 

Linidre 

Linton 

Linton's 

Lintrathen 

Linwood 

Linwood , 

Lion's Head , 

Lippentott 

Ltstion 

Lisburn 

Liscombe 

Liscombe Mills ... 



Lot>>inl6re QjD. Oeaudet 

Arthabaska QiF. Syuipborlen 

Cbarlotte N B Mrs. B. Conley 

Megantic Oi Sarah Jiiigenii 

Megantic Q{1I. McCutcheon 

Prescott QUI. Lafaivro 

Slmcoe. 8 R 0. 1'. McKa, 

Northumb'd.. NHiI. Legert< 

Kent N B A. D. Leblauc 

Simooe, E R J. Patterson 

Algoma A. Lehman 

Cumberland ....N S il. B. Lockhart 

Lieonox O Miss A. A . Storr 

Cape Breton... N S D Johnson 

Grey, N R OJ.Mra. E. Cameron 

Russell OH. Cowan 

Megantic QjWm. Wilkin 

Prescott O A H. Ohi-SHer 

Ontario, W R.... W. h. While 

Selkirk M R. M. Hughes 

Richmond ... N S Daniel Clough 

Sherbrooke Q E. W.Abbott 

Charlotte N B Geo. A. Welch 

Argenteuil Q Jos. Thompson 

L'Assomption ... Q E. Le Blanc 

Charlotte N B H. P. Reynolds 

Annapolis .... N S Mrs. L. Saunders 

Montcalm Q D. Morin 

Charlevoix Q Cleophe Cot6 

Portueuf Q Pierre Pag6 

Nipiscing Georgo Wilson 

Saguenay Q John H. I'opping 

Lotbiniere Q F. X. Dion 

Saguenay Q MedSiic Savard 

Durham. W R ... Wm. Tigh 

York. E R O Geo. Leslie, jun. 

Sagueniiy Q R.Bouilliane 

Provencher M Alarlc Thuot 

Alta H. F. Greenwood 

Charlotte N B James McLean 

Renfrew, S R .... J. Gallagher 

LSvis Q Elzear B6dard 

Cape Breton ...N S Mrs. I. Oillis 

Shelburne N S Wm. Herkins 

Ontario, N R J. Q. Taylor 

Hants N S Wm. Lewis 

Westmoreland N B Jas. Lounsbury 

Inverness X S Nell Martin 

Westmoreland N B Stephen Mills 

btanstead Q Cbas. W. Libby 

Bothwell OD. D. Purdy 

Middlesex. N R... Alex. Smith 
Durham, B R . ... O Miss J. Fowler 

Cariboo B C Mrs. 0. A. Phair 

Cumberland. . N S I. R. 8. Purdy 

King's N B D. H. Whepley 

Algoma S. T. Norton 

Grey, N R James Bruce 

Russell F. Hardy 

King's N B Thos, Scrlbner 

Inverness N S P. R. Mclntyre 

Balton John Newton 

York N B Neil McKinnon 

Hastings,]!: R.... Oi J. Henderson 

Wolf Q J. H. Barker 

Pictou N S .Miss McDonald 

Sunbury N B H. B. Mitchell 

Compton Q Daniel B. Hall 

Cumberland... N S G. B, Hunter,sen 

Victoria, S R James .\lliBon 

Grey, N R Gavin Shaw 

Victoria, 8 R H. Qladman 

Carleton N B Alex. Lindsay 

Stanstead Q Judson Wood 

Cape Breton... N S Angus McNeill 

Beauce Q M. Donovan 

York. N R Joseph Lynn 

Sunbury N B Robert Linton 

Selkirk M Richard H.Cole 

TVabsiloo, N R ... DC. Heinbuob 
Antlgonishe... N S W. Symond 

Bruce. N R F. W. Stuart 

Selkirk M '7. F. Longman 

Oxford, N R Peter Glebe 

Bruce, WR Daniel Teskey 

Guysboro' N 8 ! James Ilemlow 

Guysboro' .... N S'S. Creigbton 



POST OFFIOI. 



! ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 



POat MASTKR. 

Lisgar Peel OlMary Marihair 

Lisgar Station Drunimond Q Geuru'e Mooru 

Lisle Slmcoe, S. R OR. Wade 

L'Islet L'Islet Q MrsM UsUsntinJ 

Lismore Pictou N S D. 0. .McDriDaldl 

*Listowf.l Perth, N R W. II. Ilackine 

Little Bass River ... Colchester N 8 W C. Lewis 

Little Branch Northumb'd... N B Alex. Cameron 

LUtU Bras D'Or .... Cape Breton... N S'Jobn H. ChrlntiJ 
Little Bras d'0r(e.8) Cape Breton. ...N S John Richnril 

Little Hritiiin Victoria, 8 R John liroad 

Little Brook Stationi Digby N 8 AmbroHeComeaiJ 

Littlf. Ourrent Algoma Isaac Turnnr 

Little Cape i Westmoreiand.N B T. P. Ugero 

~ "" Bonaventure Q Joseph C.vr 

Cape Breton... N 8 AnthonvtiannoJ 

King's P E I Andrew" Mminej] 

Pictou N S Jairifv .Mfwart 

Inverness N 8 A. Beaton 

Sunbury N B Fred. Phillips 

Charlotte N B Oscar IlanKnD 

Cape Breton... N 81 J. McDonald 

Inverness N S' A. Mrl'hie 

Rimouski Qi John .McN'ider 

Rimouski Q i Mrs. E. Boiir(!oiJ 

St. John N B Galbraith Wtmnl 

Victoria N 8; Atchi.>Maca«kli 

Qasp6 QjJ. M. Remon 

Prince P E I , J. J. McWilliamJ 

King's P E IlR. R..Macd,n«l| 

Algoma 0, Milton 1,. Bell 

Prescott O'RobertC. Rogg 

Albert N B,Geo T. Bartlett | 

Charlotte N B;W. Blanev 

Albert N B: John Colpitis 

Gasp6 Q I John llaktr 

Albert N B H. Killam 



Little Cuscapedia 
Little Olace Bay 
Little Harbour 
Little Harbour 

Little Judlque 

Little Lake 

Little Lopreaux 

Little Lorraine 

Little Mabou 

Littlf MUis 

Little Metis Station 
Little Musquash . ... 

Little Narrows 

Little PaboR 

Lit'le Pierre Jacques 

Little Pond 

Little Rapids 

Little Kideau 

Little Ridge 

Little Ridgetown ... 
L. River (Coverdale) 
Little Kiver, East ... 
Little River (Elgin). 

Little River 

Little River 

Little River 

Lit,Riv.(Mid.MuBq) 

Little Rocher 

L. Salmon Rlv. Mills 

Little Sands 

Little ShemogU'.* . ... 
Lit Shippigan, W 

Little Tit;nish 

Littlewood 



Shelburne N 8 

Littlewood Middlesex, 8 R. . 



Little York 

Liverpool 

Liverpool Market ... 

Living Spring 

Livingstone Cove. ... 

Lloydtnwn 

Lobo 

Lochaber 

Lochaber Bay 

Lochalsh 

Loch Ban 

Lockhartville 

Loch Garry 

Lochiei 

Locbinvar 

Loch Lomond 



Sunbury N B M. H. Coburn 

Cumberland .. N 8 J. L. Purdv 

Digby N 8 P. W. Frost 

Halifax N S|T. McMuUen 

Albert N BJas. Anderson 

St. John N B,Qco. J. VaugliaBJ 

King's PET D. Munn 

w estmoreland, N B C. R. Oiiltnn 
Gloucester .... N B Mary Wilson 
Prince P E I Jfirome Buote 



Jas Littlewood 
Wm. H. May 
Robert Lawson 
Alexander Oowltj 



Queen's P E I 

Queen's N S 

Ontario. WR Thos. .Moody 

Wellington, ER. D. Black 
Antlgonishe... N S,J. McKinnon 

York. N R OJJ. W, Ww.l 

Middlesex, 8 R... OiJ. W. Edwards 
Antlgonishe... N SiT. J. Seers 

Ottawa QjJ. D. Lam n 

Huron. W R O J. O. Murdock 

Inverness N 8 1 M. Kennedy 

King's N 3 George King 

Glengarry 0, James Fraier 

Glengarry D. B. McMillan 

Glengarry Simon Fraser 



St. John ' N B E. A. Treadwell 

Loch Lomond jRlchmond N 8 A. W. Betbune 

Lochside Richmond N S K. McLeod 

Loch Winnoch 'Renfrew, 8 R .... Robert Storie 

*Lockfport IShelburne N SJR. Hammond 

Lockton 'Cardwell OB. Ingoldsby 

Locust Hill |Vork,E R Wm. Armstrong j 

Lodi Stormont John McLean 

Logan's Tannery. ... Pictou N 8 D. Loiian 

Loganviile I Pictou N 8 H. Williamson 

Logierait ILambtou. W R... O Frank DeKurse 

Logoch Marquette M .lames SteTens 

Lombardy l Leeds, N R Michael Dixiher 

Londesborough 'Huron, 8 R W. L. Ouimotte 

*L<md(m {London R. J. C llawM" 

*Ln>id(m, East I Middlesex, ER... Frank W. Lilley j 

Londonderry {King's N 3 R. Fer(iu=on 



Londonderry Stat'n 
Long Bay . . 
Long's Cove 
Long Creek 



Colchester N S J.C.Spencer 

Algoma Robt. R. Oamey j 

King's N B A. McBeth 

Queen's P E I E. Turner 

Long Creek IQueen's N B John Secord,juD| 

Longford Mills 'Ontario, N R Wm. Thomaon 



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Poat MAaTeR. 

Mary MarihilT 
Georne Moor» 
R. Wade 

MfHM HallantlnJ 
D. 0. .McDfinald I 
W.H. HackiDK 
W C. I,ewlR 
Alex. CatnHroii 
John U. Chrldttil 
John Richanl 
Jolin Broad 
\mbroHe(;omeaJ 
Isaac Turner 
T. P. UK«r« 
Joseph Cyr 
i AnthnnyOannoJ 
Andrew Mnunrji 
Jainfy .>tewart 
A. Beaton 
Fred. I'hilliiis 
Oscar Ilansim 
!J. McDnniild 
lA. Mrl'hie 
John McNider 
Mrs. E. Boiiri(.)i 
Galbraith W.-hdJ 
[Atrhii'Macankilf 
I J. M. Reninn 
iJ..I. McWilliamJ 
R. R..Macd-nal( 
.Milton L. Bell 
Robert C. Rosg 
Geo T. Bartlett i 
W. Blanev 
John Colpitis 
•lohn Bakrr 
H. Killam 
M. H. Coburn 
J. L. Purdv 
! P. W. Frnst 
T. McMullen 
Jas. Anderson 
Geo. J. Vttughad 
D. Munn 
jC. R. Oiiltnn 
! Mary Wilson 
!J6rome Buote 
Jhs I.ittlewood 
I Wm. H. May 
; Robert l.awson 
Alexander Oowlij 
Thos. Moody 
D. Black 
,J. Mi^KiiiDou 
]j. W. Wwd 
(J. W. Edwards 
:T. J. Seers 
jj. D. LaniD 
J. G. Murdock 
M. Kennedy 
George King 
James Fraier 

D. B. McMillan 
8imon Fraser 

E. A. Treadwell 
A. W. Betliune 
K. McLeod 
Robert Storie 
R. Hammond 

;B. Ingoldsby 
' Wm. Armstrong | 
John McLean 

D. Loiian 
H. WillianisoD 
Frank Detsurse 
James Stetens 
Michael Dixiher 
W. L. Ouimett« 
R. J. C. DawsoD 
Frank W. Lilley | 
R. Ferguson 
J. C. Spencer 
Robt. R. Oamey i 
A. McBeth 

E. Turner 
John Secord.juD| 
Wm. Thomson 



POST OPPICB. 



' KLEOTORAL DISTRICT. I POSTMASTER 



Loq; Island 

Loni; iHlHod Main... 

Ijong I.,akH 

liouglaketon 

Long Point 

Luni{ Point 

Lnni? Point 

Long Pt. of Mingan. 

Long Reach 

Long River 

Long Settlement ... 

Lont;tiuviIle 

Lnrgueuil 

f.ona;wood 

Lonsdale 

Lonsdale 

Loon Creek 

Lord's Cove 

Loree 

Lorette 

Lorett'i 

I.oretto 

L'Orignal 

Lorimer Lake 

L'riog 

Lorlie 

Loruo 

Lome 

Lome 

Lome 

Loruevale 

Lorueville 

Loroeville 

Lorraine 

Lorway Mines 

I/jst River 

LrMniere 

Lot \ 

' 4 

•■ 6 

• 8 

•• 10 

• 11 

• IJ 

• U 

•• 16 

■ 30 

• .« 

•• 40 

•• .56 

'• 67 

Lothalr 

Lotus 

Liuiaa 

LnuUburg 

l/julge. 

LouUtville 

Louisville 

L'urdes 

Lourdesd. B. Sabloo 

Lovat 

Lovat 

[jovering 

Lovett 

Low 

Lowbanks 

Lower Abougoggin. 

ioiuer Argyle 

Lower Barney's Riv. 
Lower Blomidon . ... 

Lower Brighton 

Lower Caledonia ... 

I/3wor Canard 

Lower Canterbury... 

Lower Cape 

I.iwer Caraquet 

Lower Cariboo Riv. 

Lower Cove 

I^ower Coverdale ... 

Lower Derby 

Lower Dumfries 

Liower East Pubnico 

Lower Economy 

L iwer Five Islands. 
Lower Fort Garry... 
Lower Freetown ... 
L French Village... 



I Richmond Q 

'Selkirk M 



King's NS Alex. Fullerton 

Cade Breton.... N S!Neil 0. ilandley 

Addiugtou 0' James Bender 

Assa Jan. Itussell 

Uocbelaga Q L. Outour 

Inverness N 8 D. Chisholm 

King's N 13 Andrew Leonard 

Sagiienay Q J. Vibert 

King's N B W. H. WillUms 

Queen's P E I Arch. Cousins 

Carioton N B James II. Spronl 

Russell li. Mahen 

Chambly Q P. Racine 

Middlesex, S R... Daniel Nicolls 
Hastings, E R.... 0' J. McCuIIough 

I King's N BJJas. 8. Anderson 

Assa'Matbias Holtby 

Charlotte N B Golden H. Smith 

Grey, ER 01 John N. Smith 

Quebec Q,Mrg. O. Bdlangei 

jCardwell 0!John Gamble 

IProvencher MiE. J. Prince 

iPrescott OiW. Wright 

i Muskoka & P S'd. F. B. Ferris 
I Muskoka & P S'd , 1 E. Kelcey 

I Assa A. Cantelcn 

Bruce, W R Angus McKay 

E. D. Adams 
Gilbert Saunder> 

Pictou NS Thos.Fraser 

Cokhoster .... N 8 J. M. Spence 
Victoria, N R .... OiMrs. C. Morrison 
Cumberland. . N S J. II. Jackson 

Cardweil o]Jobn Mills 

Cape Breton.... N S;John .Mc.Miliau 

Argeuteuil q!M. Bethune 

Lotbinidre Q!M. Lemi«v 

Prince P E I P. Daltori 

Prince PEI John Doyle 

Prince P E I W. Hardy 

Prince PEI Geo. Clements 

Prince P E I H. Ritchie 

Prince PE I Jos. J. Kilbride 

Prince P E I W. Hayes 

Prince P E I J.A. McKlnnon 

Prince P E I Miss E. Campbell 

Queen's P E I .Jas. Keegan 

Queens P E liH. M. McLeod 

Kings P E I H. McEwen 

King's P E I J. Howlett 

Queen's P E I J. McKenzie 

Selkirk M Z. Bailey 

Durham, E R .... Samuel McCab« 

ArgenteuU Q W. Watchorn 

Cape Breton... N SjMIgs W. Kenned^ 

Grey, S R O'S. B. Wilson 

Maskinonge Q L. A. Baribeao 

Bothwell 0|L. H. Arnold 

Megantic... Q'J. B. Q. Nadeau 

Saguenay Q' J. V. Le Gresley 

Bruce, 3 R D. Altken 

Pictou N S James Fraser 

Simcoe, E R 0; K. W. Kitchen 

Northumberl'd... O'C. A. Harries 

Ottawa Q Wm. Brooks 

Monck OJIsaae MIchener 

Westmoreland. N B.D. Bourdr>'au 

Yarmouth N SJ J. H McLaren 

Pictou N SID. McDonald 

King's N SA. Kentiedy 

Carleton N BiWin. Tedlie 

Ouy8borough...N 8 J. A. McDonald 

King's N 8 0. K. Eaton 

York N B, Robert Hall 

AllMjrt N B M. C. Buigess 

Gloucester N. B Jaques Olouet 

Pictou NS Jno. McKt^nzie 

Cumberland... N S II R. Wilraot 

Albert N B W. Steeves 

Northumberl'd, NB M. Amos 

iVoik N B M. CuUlton 

Yarmouth N 8 Mrs. L C. Amiro 

Colchester N 8 G. McLauahlin 

Colchester N 8 John Broderick 

LiRgar M W. J.McLean 

Prince P E I George Burns 

York N B J W. .VIcKinlay 



POST OFFICE. 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTHASTER. 



Lower Gagetown . . 
Lower Granville ... 
Lower Ilayneville... 

Ix>wer Ireland 

Lower La Have 

Lower L'Ardmse ... 
L. Line. Queensbury 

Lower Maccan 

L. Meagher's Grant. 
Lower .Montague . ... 

Liower Nappan 

Lower Newcastle.... 

Ijowur Nicola 

Lower Northfield ... 

Lower Onslow 

Lower Poquiock 

Low. Prince William 

Lower Prospect 

Lower Queensbury. . 
Lower River Hebert 
L. River Inhabitants 
Lower Sackville. . ., 

Lower Selmah 

L.Set. Mid. River ... 
L. Set. South River. 
L. Ship Harbour .. 

L. Southampton 

Lower St. Mary's.... 
Lowtr Stewiaclit ... 
Lower Turtle Creek 
Lower Wakefield ... 
Lower Washabuck. 
Lower Wentworth... 
L. West Jeddore . ... 
L. West Pubnico ... 

Lower Windsor 

L. Wood Uarlxmr ... 
Lower Woodstock ... 

Lowestoft 

Low Point 

Lowville 

lazier tjettiement ... 

*Lucan 

Lucas 

Lucerne 

*Lucknow 

Ludlow 

Lulu Island 

Lnmley 

Lumsden 

Luudy 

LundyviUe 

Lunenburg 

Lunenburg 

Lurgan 

Luskville 

Lutes Mountain 

Lutherville 

Luton 

*i'yn 

Lynch Lake 

LyntUn 

Lyndhurst 

Lynednch 

Lynn 

Lynnfleld 

Lynn Valley 

Lynnvllle 

Lyons 

Lysander 

Lyster 

Lyster Station 

Lyttleton 

Li/tton 

McAdam Junction.. 

Mc Adam's Lake 

McAllister 

MeAlpine 

.Mc.^rras Brook 

McAulay's 

Mc'Iormack 

McCoruiack 

McCready 

McCrlmmon 

McDonald's Corner. 
McDonald's Corners. 
McDonald's Cove. ... 



Queen's N B 

Annapolis ... N S 

York N B 

Megantic Q 

Lunenburg ... N H 
Richmond...... N S 

York N B 

Cumberland.... N 8 

Halifax NS 

King's P E I 

North'mb'rI'd. N B 
Xorth'mberl'd. N B 
Yale-Kootenay B C 
Lunenburg .... N S 

Colchester N S 

York N B 

York N B 

Halifax N 

York N B 

Cumberland ...N S 

Hichmoud N 8 

Halifax N S 

Hants N 8 

Victoria N S 

Autigonishe .. N 8 

Halifax N S 

York N B 

York N B 

Colchester N 8 

Albert NB 

Carleton N B 

Victoria N S 

Cumberland... N S 

Hiilifax N S 

Yarmouth N S 

Carleton N B 

Shelburne N S 

Carleton N 8 

Selkirk M 

Inverness N f 

Ualton 

Gloucester N B 

Middlesex, N R . 

Marquette M 

Ottawa Q 

Bruce, WR 

Northumb N B 

N.Westminster.B C 

Perth, 8 R 

Albert N B 

Kent 

Lisgar M 

Stormont 

Lunenburg N S 

Bruie, W R 

Ottawa Q 

Westmoreland N B 

Brockvilla 

Elgin, KR 

Broekvllle O 

MuKkokaitPSd. 
Wentworth, N R. 

Leeds, 8 R 

Norfolk, 8 R 

Colchester N 8 

Charlotte N B 

Norfolk, S R 

Norfolk, N R .... 

Elgin, ER 

Megantic Q 

Megantic Q 

Megantic Q 

Northumberl'd N B 

Yale BC 

York N B 

Cape Breton .. N S 

King's N B 

Queen's N B 

AntigoniBhe....N 8 

Victoria N 8 

Inverness .... N S| 

Glengarry 

Middlesex, W R. 

Glengarry 

Queen's N B 

Unark. N R 

Oaspe 



Chas. H. Ebbutt 
J. K. Winchester 
William H. Eliot 
H. U. Mooney 
i R. Smith 
Rod. Ferguson 
J. 8. Cliff 

F. L. Sharp 
Mrs. A. Dillman 
Mrs. 8. Johnston 
A. Campbell 
John Delaney 
J. W. Marsh 
Daniel Jodrev 
8. McKinlay" 
W. T. Fraser 
Chas. A. Iloyt 
S. K. Blackburn 
Mrs. M. Brown 
John Lnndels 
.loseph McCarthy 
Miss H. Wright 

A. Anthimy 
Alex. McKae 
D. McKeuziu 
Mrs. .M. O'Britn 
Geo. Groitvenor 
Charles Biedeu 
W. J. Boomer 

G. A. Fillmore 
F. W. Shaw 
Alex. J. McNeil 
Mrs. M. Mclvor 
Josiah Mitchell 
M. D'Entremont 
T. H. Belyea 
S. K. Mood 
J. H. Dugau 
Wm. II. Lowe 
Angus McM.tster 
Samuel Nixon 
Fred. Lozler 
William Porte 
F. A. Campbell 
R. Blackburn 
M. Campbell 
John Murphy 
W. H. London 
W. Dinning, jun. 

B. W. Fillmore 
D. Johnston 
F. J. Luudy 
F. Kirkpatrick 
Henry M. Jost 
Jas. ilcCrindle 
F. Doshiens 
A M. Bunnell 
W. T. Canning 
E.J. Hutchinson 
N. R. Gardner 
Mrs. M. A. Shaw 
Rinear Haues 
Henry Green 
Wm. A. Chariton 
James E Lewis 
John G. Getchell 
Kbeu Edmonds 
K. A. Stewart 
Jas. Armstrong 
Fiulay Wark 
Chas. King, Jun. 
Alfred Kooseau 
J. A. Somera 
Louis Cuvreau 
J. W. Green 
Daniel Mclsaac 
W. McAllister 

C. K. Leonard 

C. J. McDonald 
N. McAulay 

D. McCormsck 
II. R. McDonald 
George Leach 
J. P. McMaster 
H. Humphries 
Wm. Lock 
P. McDonald 



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PO»T OFFIOI. 



MeDonald'8 Point ... 

McDougHll Sett 

McGarry 

MeGinley 

McOratta Mountain. 

McOray 

McQreKor 

McGregor Station . . 
Macintosh Mill* . ... 

Mclver 

Mclntyre 

McKay's Boint 

McKellai 

McKeeg Mills 

McKenzle's Corner. . 

McKinlay 

McKinnon's Harbor 

McKnIght 

McLaren's Depot. ... 
McLaughlin Road ... 

McLean 

McLean 

McLelanviUe 

McLellan's Mount'n 
McLellan's Brook.... 

McLeod Mills 

McNamee 

McPball 

Mcpherson 

McPherson's Ferry. 
McPherson's Stat'n 

M^Qiiade .'.. 

Mabiie 

Maberly 

Mabau 

Mabou Coal Mines... 

Mabou Ilarbnur 

Mabou Uar. Mouth . 

Maccan 

Macdooald 

MacDougall 

Macinquac 

Mackey'H Station.... 

Mackville 

Mace's Bay 

Macnamara's Island 

Macnider 

Hactaquack 

Macton 

Maiville 

Maddington Falls. 

Maddock 

Mader's Cove 

*JUadoc 

Maga^uadavic 

Magdalen Islands.. 

Magenta , 

Magnetaioan 

Maguire 

Magog 

Magoon's Point 

Magpie 

Magundy 

Mahone Biy 

Maidstone 

Mainaditu 

Main River 

Malsonueuve 

Maitland 

Maitland 

Maitland 

Malagasb 

MaUgaeh Point 

Malaga watch 

Mnlakoft 

Miilcolm 

Malignant Cote 

Mrtllorytown 

Miilinaison 

Malone 

Malton 

Malta 

Malrurn 

Malviua 

Manchester 

Maiida 

Mandamin 



'SLCOTORAL DISTR CT. POSTMASTIR. 

. Queen's ..."..TTTiTB D. N. Smith 
. Westmoreland N B Col. McDougall 
. Unark, S R .... P. McGarry 
WestDiorel'd. . N 11 Anselm LeBlanc 

. I Pictou N 8 , D. Cameron 

, IShelburne N SlMartiu McQray 

.Essex, S R D. Skklesteel 

, Marquette M T H. Vardon 

. Leeds, S R Jos. J. Mcintosh 

.{Bruce, NR John Uclver 

. Grey, K R Arch. Mclntyre 

..Victoria N S M. McL*«n 

. I Muskoka ft P Sd. H. MoflTat 

. j Kent , N B John McKee 

Carletou N B B. O. Hoyt 

Lanark, N R J. Sullivan 

Victoria N S Donald GiUls 

King's N B O. R. McKnight 

Addington A. McLaren 

Kent NB Ira Hicks 

Addington.... I). C. McLean 

Aasa John B. Davis 

Cape Bretoc... N S John McLean 

Pictou N S And. Fraser 

Pictou N 8 Wm. Mcintosh 

Kent NB Simon Barriault 

Northumb N B F. McNamee 

Lanark, 8 R D. Mul'hail 

Antigonisbe . . N S A. McPherson 

Richmond N S James Smith 

Vancouver B Geo. Jones 

Westmorel'nd, N B J. McQuade 

Norfo'k, N. R G. A. Mabee 

Lanark, S R Henry Rigney 

Inverness N S Hugh McDonald 

Inverness N S D. Beaton 

Inverness N S D. McDonald 

Inverness N S Allan McLean 

Cumberland... N S Kobt. D. Roach 

Lennox S H. Goodfellow 

Prince P B I J. MacDougall 

York N B John Donaldson 

Renfrew, N R.... Jas. Dunlop 

King's N B Jno. McCormacti 

Charlotte N B Wm. McGowau 

Richmond. . . , N S Jas. Macnamara 

Rimouski Q Louis D6chine 

York N BiWm. B. Christy 

Wellington, C R.. 01 Mrs. McCormach 

Card well OlA. McDougall 

Arthabaska Qj Jules Knouf 

Prince P E I 'James Mattix 

Lunenburg ... N SiC. A. Strum 
Hastings, N R ... Wm. II. O'Klyno 

York N B Mrs. A. R. Vail 

Gasp^ Q Lucien Briand 

Rouville Q Jacques Fourniei 

Muskoka A P Sd. O D McMillan 
Middlesex, N R . Alexander Tod 

Stanstead Q Alvin II. Moore 

Stanstead Q Aaron Magoon 

Saguenay Q Geo Malloy 

York N B James Henry 

Lunenburg ... N S Simon Burgoyne 

Essex, N R 'Jhomas Moran 

Cape Breton... N S Clara R. RIgby 

Kent N B Kobt. Graham 

Hochelaga Q C. Bellerose 

Grenville, S R.... F-ank Dumbrille 

Hants N S Alexander Roy 

Annapolis ... N S W. H. Dukeshirt 
Cumberland ... N S Robe' t Baillie 
Cumberland ... N SjJ. W. Treen 

Inverness N SiL. McDonald 

Carletou OJThos. Johnston] 

Bruce, K R OJDaniel Sullivan 

Antigonishe.... N SD. A. McDonald 

Leeds, S R U R. W. Tennant 

MlsRisquoi Q James Crothers 

Hastings, N R ... Geo. RlL-hardsoD 

Peel T. B. Allen 

Ontario, N R OiThos. Whyte 

York, E R G. M. Jacques 

Compton QiMoyseRoy 

Ontario, N R OiW. C. lizard 

Selkirk M'.lohnCain 

Lambton, W R... J. 0. Knch 



poiiT orrioi. 



Manilla 

Manion 

ManiUnoaning 

Maniwaki 

Manners Sutton 

Mannheim 

Mannhurst 

*Manotick 

Mansewood 

-Mansfield 

Mansfield 

Mansfield 

Mansonville 

MansiinviUe Station 
Manvers Station ... 

* Maple 

Maple Bay 

Maple Greek 

Maple Green 

Maple Grove 

Maple Grove 

Maple Hill 

Maple Hill 

Maplehurst 

Maple Island ' 

.Maple Lake 

Maple Leaf 

.Maple Lodge 

Maple Ridge 

Maple Hldge 

Maple iviiige 

Mapleton. 

Mapleton 

Mapelton 

Maple Valley 

Maple View 

Maplewood 

Maplewood 

Maquapit Lake 

Mar 

Marathon 

.Marble Mountain ... 

Marble Rock 

Marbleton 

.March 

Marchbank 

.Marchhurst 

Marehmont 

Marden 

Margaru Harbour.. 

Margaree Forks 

MargarettvUXe 

Margate 

Maria 

Maria Capes 

Marie Bridge 

Marie Joseph 

Marieton 

Marion Bridge 

Marion Bridge Road 
Maritana 

• Markdale 

*Markham 

MarkhamvUle 

Maiksville 

Marlbank 

Marlborough 

.Marllngton 

Marlow 

Marmion 

Marmora 

Marney 

Marnoch 

Marringburst 

Marriott's Cove 

Marsboro' 

Marsden 

Marsh 

Marshall's Town . ... 

Mariihdale 

Marshfleld 

Marsb Hill 

Marsh Lake ...... 

Marshville 

Marshy Hope 

Marston 

Marsville 



ILEOTORAI. DI8TB1CT. P08TII Ai>TCR. 

victoria, B R JTRTOckcDdon 

Lanark, S R . . . . D. Dion 

Algoma W. H. PrKe 

Ottawa Q C. Logiie 

York N B Walter Pierpv 

Waterloo, S H.... Henry Otrhij 

King's N B D. S. Manu 

Carleton o 0. L. Dickinson 

Halton A. Wooding 

Slmcoe, S R M. Colqubouo 

Cumberland . . N S T. W. Carier 

King's PE I T. Bolen 

Brome Q John P Heaih 

Brome QC M. Bowker 

Durham, B R.... QiW. U. Johnston 

York, W R J. P. Rupert 

Vancouver B C| W. Beaum mt 

Assa; John Dlxco 

Restlgouche ... N B| James FrastT 
Middlesex, B R . 1 Thomas Lanford 

Megantic Q,U. Cress, jun. 

Bruce, S R OjT. J. Jenkins 

Megantic Q'A. McHarf.' 

Carleton N B Wm. Kearney 

Muskoka A PSd. OiJ. K. Cannell 
Victoria, E R . ... Mrs. C. Melville 

Compton Q Wm.G. I'lsnobe 

Middlesex, N R... Alex. W. Smith 

OnUrio. N R 0! J. GarrisoL 

Pontiac Q i Wm. Shirit v 

York N B J. Lockard' 

Elgin, ER GIB. Knight 

Albert N BiW. A. Coljiits 

Cumberland... N s|W. A. Lodge 

Slmcoe, N R OiB. Bowermau 

Victoria N BjJohn 0. Flanders 

Oxford, N R OjChris. G. Beiin 

York N B Jas. Johustm 

Sunbury N BJ John Stone 

Bruce, N R O'Wm. Heai>inaD 

Lanark, N R, OlWm. Asbfield 

Inverness N s{ Jessie McDonald 

Leeds, S R OlGeorge Emery 

Wolfe QJJ. B. Bishop 

Carleton OlW. H. Berrv 

King's N BlA.W.Marehbank 

OArleton OIE J Boucher 

Slmcoe, E R O.Chas. J. Powley 

Wellington, S R. o! Jos. McDona.'d 

Inverness N SiJ. P. McFarl&ue 

Inverness N SILuke White 

Annapolis N SjA. B. Stronsch 

Prince P £ IJGeorge Majhue 

Bonaventure Q|Mrs. A. P. Cyr 

Bonaventure Q Alex. Oegrace 

King's P E I|Chas. Dingwall 

Guysboro' N S|Elisha Hawbolt 

Assai A. Hutchison 

Cape Breton... N SiX. H. McNeil 
Cape Breton... N £ R- McDonald 

Huntingdon Q Wm. Edwards 

Qrey.S R OlW. J. McFarland 

York. E R G. J. Chaunoey 

King's N B! Alfred Markbaro 

Algoma John Marks 

Hastings, E R ... Mrs. D. Allan 

Assa John O'Flynn 

Stanstead Q E. B. Gustin 

Beauce Q Jos. Thompson 

Grey, N R 01 Mrs. Ellta Ward 

Hastings, N R ... 0, Miss A H Bentley 

Marquette M 1 Peter Butchart 

Huron. W R O; P. Potterfield 

Selkirk MIM. McQuarrie 

Lunenburg ... N S Rupert Millet 

Compton Q J. F. Melver 

Compton Q J. D. Morrison 

Pictou N S Malcolm Ross 

Digby N S E. J. HaloeH 

Pictou NSlA. Frasei- 

Queen's P E I Miss I.Roberteon 

Ontario, N R .... OiWm. Tomlinson 
Cape Breton ... N SiJohn Martin 

Mouck Gl-MrsME Hann 

Pictou N S- Angus McDoLftld 

Norfolk, S R Wm. F. Antrer 

Wellington, C R. Wm. CooDey 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



85 



tier . POSTMAbTER. 

... jTr. OckfDdon 
. . D. Dion 
,.. W. H. PrKe 
... Q C. Logiie 
N B Walter Pitrov 
... Uenry Otrbi'.; 
N B D. S. Manu 
,.. O a. L. DicklDROD 
... A. Wooding 
... M. Colqubouo 
N S T. W. C«rt*r 
KIT. Bolen 
... Q John P Hvaih 
... QiC M. Bowl()<r 
... 0|W. U. Johnstou 
... J. P. Rupert 
BCjW. Beaiim >Dt 
\i8a;John Dixon 
N B I James Fracfr 
1, . 1 Thomas Unford 
... QiH. Crcis, jun. 
... OiT. J. Jenkins 
... QJA. McHarj- 
N B Wm. Kearney 
d.O|J. K. Cannxll 
... Mrs. C. Melville 
... Q Wm.G. I'lHnche 
... Alex. W. >>mith 
... Oi J. Garrison 
.. QiWm. Shirltv 
N B;J. Locksrd' 
... oIB. Knight 
N B.W. A.Coljiits 
NSIW. A. Lodge 
... OiB. Bowerman 
NBJJohn O.Flanders 



POST OPPIOE. 




NB 
NB 
... 



Chris. 0. Bean 
Jail. Johnet'iu 
John Stone 
... . Wm. HeasDian 
... OjWm. Ashfield 
N S I Jessie McboDald 
... 01 George Emery 
... liiJ. B. Bishop 
... W. H. Berrv 
N BlA.W.Marebbank 
,.. 01 E J Boucher 
... OlChas. J. Powley 
I. 1 Jos. McDonald 
N SiJ. P. McFarlaue 
N S'LukeWiiife 
N SjA. B.Stronsch 
E I George Majhue 
.. Q Mrs. A. P. Cyr 
.. Q Alex. Degrace 
£ IjChas. Dingwall 
N Sll^Hsha Hawbolt 
\Bgal A. Hutchison 
N Six. H. McNeit 
N £ R. McDonald 
,. Q Wm. Edwards 
,. 0|W. J. McFarland 
... 0,G. J. Chauncey 
N BJ Alfred Markbam 
... OJJohn Marks 

OlMrs. D.Allan 
Lisal John O'Flynn 
Q E. B. Gustin 
Q'Joa. Thompson 
OuMrs. Elita Ward 
Miss A H Bent'.ey 
M|Peter Butchart 
0;P. Pottertield 
. MIM. McQuarrie 
N S Rupert Millet 
,.. Q J. F. MclTer 
.. Q J. D. Morrison 
N S . Malcolm Ross 
N SiK. J. Haines 
N S!A. Fraser 
E I Miss I. Robertson 
.. OiWm. TomlineoD 
N SiJohn Martin 
.. oLMrsM EHann 
N 8 Angus McDonald 
,. Wm. F. Anger 
. Wm. Cooney 



Martin's Head . 
Uartia's Point 
Martin's River. 
Martiutown .... 

Martiiivilla 

MirveWille 

Marvin 

Marydale 

Maryaville 

Maryville 

Maryvale. 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 



8t..Iohn NB 

Lunenburg ... N 9 
Lunenburg ... N S 

Glengarry 

Compton Q 

Russell 

King's NB 

Antigonlshe... N 9 
Haatings, E R ... 

York N B 

Antigonishe .. N 8 

Maacarene iCharlotte N B 

M.tscouche { L'Assomption ... Q 

MasoniU'he Rapids... • l/Assomption ... Q 

Mashau Mills Ottawa Q 

Maakitwata i Selkirk M 

Mankinonge iMaskinnnge Q 

Maaonville Middlesex, £ R . 0! 

Manstwippi... jStanstead Q 

Massin iGrey, N R 

MHs.'on Ottawa Q 

Mass Town iColchester ... N S 

Ua8ti.;oche Masklnonge Q 

Uataae Riuiouski Q 

Uatap^Mlla |BonaTenture Q 

Matawatchan i Renfrew, S R .... 

Mathejjou j Victoria N 8 

Matsqui iN.Westminster.BC 



POSTMASTER. 



MatUtall Lake 
*ilatt'twa.... 

Mattie 

Msa)j>?rville 
.Mavillette , 
Mawcook .... 
Maiville.... 
llaxwfll .... 
Mavervllle. . 

.MaVfair 

Ma.Vfield .... 
Maynard .... 
Maynooth . 

Mayo 

Mead'"'W | Albert 

Meadow Lea ; Lisgar 



Colchester .... N 3 
Dist. Mpiaslng... 
Guysborough...N S 

Snnbury N B 

Dlgby N S 

Shefford Q 

Glengarry 

Grey, E R 

Russell 

Middlesex , W R. 

Peel 

Grenville, 8 R ... 
Hastings, N R ... 

Ottawa 

NB 
...M 



Meadows Charlotte N B 

Mtadtwvale I Peel 

*ilMf>rd Grey, ER 

Meagher's Grant ...Halifax N S 

.Meat Cove j Victoria N 8 

Mechanics'Set jKlng's N B 

MecbanicsvlUe iCarleton 

Mecuuoma iMuskokaft PS'd. 

Medford | King's NS 

Mtdkuit Hat I Assinibola Assa 

Mediua ; Oxford, N R O 



Medora 
Meikldfield 
Meiseaers . . 
Mekiwiu . . , 
Melauethon 



Selkirk M 

Pictou N S 

Lunenburg N S 

Marquette M 

Grey, E R 



Melbiro iRichmond Q 

mbnn-nt Middlesex, W R. O 

'Xtl'-^oumt iRichmond Q 

Meldrum Bay | Algouia 

Melfird ilnverness N 8 

Mel^fund jSelkirk M 

Melis,a \ Muskoka & P S'd. 

Melits i Selkirk M 

MelocheviUe Beauharnois .... Q 

MelMsa IHastings, ER .. 

MelDse JGuysboro' N 8 

Melveru Square j Annapolis N 8 

Melville Prince Edward... 

Melv'.le Cross Cardwell 

Mem^i Albert NB 

Mtmimcnnk Westmoreland N B 

Meui- Northumb'd.RR. 

Men raouee i Muskoka* PS'd. 

Jlenu Selkirk M 

Men-^ith Selkirk M 

Mero'.^r i Montmagny Q 

Htr.ij.rnisht 'Pictou N S 

•Herivaie Carleton 

JUrlii Kent O 

Mermaid Farm Queen's P£I 

^M'r-ickvUU iGrenville, N R... 



Men-.' 



Grey, K R O 



M. Ferguson 
Edmund Shupe 
George Strum 
Andrew Foulds 
Fred. Pierce 
John L McNab 
II. C. Marvin 
a^lin Chisholm 
Geo AudersoQ 
G. W. Foster 
James G. Ross 
Wm. C. Dick 
J. 0. Lamarche 
Geo. Alexander 
P. Bertrand 
D. McCallum 
J. 0. Belanger 
Crowell Swartz 
Kugene St. Oilier 
J. Partridge 
S. Desormeau 
Geo. 0. Stephens 
J. 0. Henault 
0. L. Pelletler 
Kusebe Doiron 
John McGregor 
John Matheson 
J. Tretheway 
Alex. Patriquin 
Chas. A. McColl 
Bernard Clinton 
W. H. Bent 
A. L. Deveau 
Edwd Bradford 
J. McEwen 
Wesley Long 
Mrs. Ada Mayer 
Jno. E. Campbell 
Wm. Spiers 
Jas. Simpson 
H. Z. Cassell 
Anthony Bourk 
Fred. Steevee 
Chis. Stewart 
Geo F Beach 

C. W. Switzer 

D. L. Layton 
Wra. J. Dillman 

A. B. McDonald 
Alex. Moore 
Hector Lapointe 
George Archer 
Wm. West 
Thos. Tweed 
Alf. Ooo<lbow 
Wm Cosgrove 
Adam Mclnnis 
J. Meiseners 
Miss 0. St. Clair 
James Brown 
John MoMorine 
Jas G Begg 
Wm. Beattie 
D.iuiel B McRae 
M. McDonald 
W. J. Iliggins 
Henry Mason 

R. M. Graham 
J. B. Roy 
Wm. Mundell 
James Stewart 

B. Spinney 
Caleb Johnson 
Henry Scott 
James Stevens 
S. C. Charters 
James Mather 
Isaac Williams 
F. B. Warren 
James Winter 
Ignace Mercier 
Wm. Dunn 
Isaac Plunkett 
H. A. Miller 
V. Boyce 
Samuel Jakes 
John Wilson 



POST OFPIOE. 



I ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 



POSTMASTER. 



*MerriUon 

Merton 

Metabechouan 

Metaghan 

Metugban River . ... 
Mftaghan Station.. 

'AUtcalff 

M6thot'g Mills 

Metchosin 

Metgermette 

^let^opolitan 

Metz 

Meyersburg 

Miami 

Michael's Bay 

Micbie 

Michipicoton River. 

Micksburg 

Middleboro' 

Middle Braver Bank 

Middle Cape 

Middle Church 

Middle Co. Harbour. 
Middle Coverdale.... 

Mlildlefleld 

Middle Hainesville. 
MiddleLallaveFerry 
Middle Manchester . 

Middleiuarch 

Middlt Musqundoboit 

MiddlemisR 

Middle Ohio 

>tiddlp Porter's Lake 

Middle River 

Middle St. Francis... 
Midnle SackvUU .... 
Middle Sackville... 
M. Sec. N. E. Margaree 
M.^jt.Barney'sRiver 
MiddleSimmonds ... 
MiddleSouthampton 
Middle, Stewiacke. ... 

* JKiddletim 

Middleton 

Middleton 

Middle Town 

*Uidd1ex<iUe 

.Midford 

Midgell 

Midgic 

Midhurst 

* Midland 

Midland 

Mid Lothian 

Midnnijore 

Midville Branch ... 

Midway 

Milburn 

Milby 

Mildmay 

Mile End 

Miletta 

Milfnrd 

Milford 

Milford 

MilfordllavenBridge 

Milford Station 

Milkish 

Millar's Corners 

Millarton.. 

* MUlbank 

Millbank 

Mill Bridge 

* Mill Brnok 

Mill Brook 

Mill Brook 

Millbrook 

Mill Cove 

Mill Cove 

Millcove 

Mill Creek 

Mill Creek 

Milledgevllle 

Mille Isles 

•Mille Rochts 

Miller's Creek 

MiUerUm 



Linrolu Mrs. M. Schoolay 

Halton John Sheridan 

Chicoutlml Q J. P. Qagnon 

Digby N 8 George German 

Dlgby N 8 F. J. L. Conieau 

Dlgby. ....... N S Jlra. F. Oeddsy 

Rua.s«ll W. K. CanipVmll 

Lotbinidre Q Joseph Fournier 

Victoria BO Mrs. R. Gleed 

Beauce Q Victor Vannler 

Perth. 8 R Pat Maloney 

Wellington. C R. OiJ. R. Bell 
Northumberla'd. OJOeorge Potta 

Selkirk M|W. Thompson 

Algoma J 9 Morrison 

Selkirk Ml Alex. MIchie 

Algoma 0!P. W. Bell 

Renfrew. N R.... 0, George Mick 
Cumberland ...N 8 Mrs N iikerry 

Halifax N S| Fdward Barratt 

Cape Breton... N S A. McDonald 

Lisgar M'Jos. Thompson 

Guysboro' H 8 Fred. Salsman 

Albert N B Chas. Trites 

Queen's N 8 S. F Waterman 

York N B W. Price 

Lunenburg ... N 8lC. R Pernetta 
Ouysborough.. N S David Snranton 

Elgin. W R JOjFrank Westlake 

Halifax .: N S'R. Kaulbeck 

Middlesex, W R. 01 Daniel DeCow 

Sbelburne N i^\r M G McKay 

Halifax N S [James Innis 

Victoria N 3 [Chas. L. McL«od 

Victoria N B|Joha T Hartt 

Westmoreland, N Bi Alex. Smith 

Halifax N 8 P. J. Blakeney 

Inverness N SiJames Frizzle 

Pictou N 8|P. Cavanagh 

Carleton N B'G. W. Melville 

York N B,Tho8 Hull 

Colchester N Sj John Dickie 

Annapolis N S J. Gulllven 

Prince PE [.Wm. Roberts 

Antigonishe... N S'John McDonald 

Guyoboro* N SiL. Walker 

Lanark, N R Wm. Croft 

MuskokaAP.S'd. 0.|Wm. Smyth 

King's PEI F. McKay 

VVestmoreland N B Mariner Hicks 

Siracoe, N R George Sneath 

Slmcoe, E R TB. Gladstone 

King's N B A. M. Sherwood 

Muskoka A P n' d. Geo. Whelpton 

AltaS. W.Shaw 

Lunenburg. . , .N S Jos. Rndenlisser 

Albert N Bil. Wilband 

King's P B 1 1 Edw. Mnllins 

Sherbrooke Q'Simon J. Powers 

Bruce. E R 0. Ilerrlnger 

Hochelaga Q Treffle Dubois 

Staustead Q Mr8.M..\.Murray 

Prince Kdward... John Batton, selT 
•Annanolls ... N S Isaac Flovd 

St. John N B John Irvine 

Guysboro' N 8 T. McDonald 

Hants N 8 Geo. li Colter 

King's N B John Scott 

Grenville. N R... O David Millar 

Bruce. W R Robert Millar 

Perth. N R Wm. Rutherford 

Northumber' . N B David McHardy 
Hastings, N R ... R. M. Norman 
Durham, E R ... Wm. Vance 

Pictou N S James Fraser 

Queen's N B David Hughes 

Lisgar M John Sutherland 

Lunenburg ... N 8 J. W. Jollymore 

Queen's N B Jacob H. Burns 

Quoen's P E T'Wiii McGrath 

Kent N BWm. Ward 

Cape Breton ... N 3 Dennis Sullivan 

St. John N B John G. Tobln 

Argenteuil Q John Wnstgate 

Cornwall OlOet^rgeW. Kezar 

Hants N 8 iThos. Malcolm 

Northumber'd..N b'J.C. Miller 



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^i 



5* ■ 



i' 



Mllle VRchei. ... 

Millfleld 

Mlllford 

Mill Orove 

Mill Haven 

Milliken 

MilliuiftoD 

Milllnnton 

Mill River 

Mill Road 

Mill Spttlement 

MlllHtroam 

MillKtrttam .... 

Millsville 

*ifUltnwn 

Militown CroM 

Mill View 

Mill Village 

Mlllvnie 

MillvUh 

^lillward 

Milton 

MiUon, Kast 

Milton Station 

*Milton,We»t 

Milverlon 

MImico 

MiliilneKaBh 

Mimosa 

Mineville 

*Minden 

Bfindemoya 

Mineral 

Mineral Dill 

Mineral Keck 

MinesinK 

Minxan 

Mink River Road ... 

Minnedota 

Winnewakan 

Minnewawa 

Minniska 

Miutun 

Miundie 

MiraOut 

Mirabel 

Miranda 

Mi8cou Iiiifbt House 
Miscou Harbour .... 

Miscoucbe 

MIspec 

MixRlasippi Station. 

*Mitchell 

Mitcbell'sBay 

Mitcbell River 

Mitcbell Square 

Mizonntt« 

Moe's Klver 

Moffat 

MoflTat 

Mi)hawlf 

Mobr's Corners 

Moira 

Moisie 

Moleswortb 

Moline , 

Moltke 

MoniRban 

Monck 

Monckland 

Moncripff". 

Mnnctmt 

Moncton Road 

Money more 

Mongenais 

Mongolia 

Monk's Head 

Monkton 

Mono Centre 

Miino Mills 

Mono Road Station. 

MouHell 

MuntaKne 

Montague Bridge ... 

Montaifue Cross 

Mont Diifresne 

Montague G'd Mineti 



ELEOTORAL OI8TRI0T. ! P . 8TMA8TXR. 



Sagnenay Q 

Megantic Q 

;S«lKirk M 

Wentworth.NR. 

Lennox 

iVork, K R 

Brome Q 

OnUrio, N R 

Prince V Bl 

Lunenburg N 8 

Sunbury N B 

King's N B 

IBonaventure .... Q 

I'ictou N S 

Cbarlotte N B 

!Kluf,'H P El 

Queen's P EI 

Queen's N 8 

Kinif's NS 

York N B 

Alta 

Queen's N 8 

SbeflTord Q 

Queen's P EI 

Halton 

Perth, N R 

York, WR 

Prince PKI 

Wellington, 8 R. 

Halifax N 8 

Victoria, NR 

Al^oma 

Carleton N B 

Albert NB 

Cape Breton... N 8 

Simcoe, N R 

Sagnenay Q 

King's PEI 

Marquette M 

Msgar M 

Selkirk M 

Marquette M 

Staustoad Q 

Cumberland ... N S 
Cape Breton... N 8 
Two Mountains . Q 

Missisquoi Q 

Qloucester.... N B 

Qloucester N B 

Prince PEI 

St. Jobn NB 

Addington 

Pertb, 8 R 

Kent 

King's P EI 

Simcoe. E R 

Gloucester N B 

Compton Q 

Halton 

Assa 

Brant. 8 R 

Lanark, N R 

Hastings, N R ... 

Saguenay Q 

Wellington, N R. 

Marquette M 

Bruce, ER 

Queen's PEI 

Wellington,N R. 

Stormont 

Huron, ER 

Westmoreland. N B 
Westmoreland, N 15 
Hastings, E R ... 

Vaudrtull Q 

York, W R 

AutJKOnishe ... N 8 

Perth 

Cardwcll 

(Jardwell 

Cardwell 

OntHrio. N R O 

I/iiiiirk, S R 

King's P E I 

King's PEI 

Ricbmond Q 

Halifax N 8 



J. A. Piuse 
Thos. McKenzie 
John Brown 
Daniel Flatt 
Jas. Franklin 
Mrs. 3. Milliken 
Ayln ... Place 
A. P McDonald 

F. Peters 

H. J. Meister 
N. Hoyt 
J. A. Fenwiuk 
Mrs. A. Lavole 
Robert Young 
Thos. W. Butler 
J. E. Compton 
John R. Bourkp 
H. H. .Mack 
Mrs. M Gates. 
.M. 8. Ryan 
Miss McDougall 

E. Kemptou 
Thos. Hackett 
W. McNeill 
Jobn Lyon 
John Pierson 
Robert Wixon 
Richard Costain 
Inaiah Cawtbra 

A. 8. Crook 
C. D. Curry 
Francis Wagg 
James Guest 
Jno. Stevens 
M. McOdrum 
Mrs. M. Ronald 

B. Scott 

W. Lannigan 
J. 8. Armitage 
Wm. A. Fiddler 
Jobn Young 
R. McDonald 
A.E. Fisb 
W. A. Downey 
SusannahMarteli 
S. Godmer 
S. B. Derlck 
Robert Rivers 
A. Boyd 

G. Des Roches 
James Lyman 
Norman Clark 
Wm. W. Hicks 

C. W. Raymond 
H McPhen 

H. P. Merrich 
V.Godin 
A. L. Brown 
H. P. Inglehart 
Alex. Kindred 
J. R. Ellis 
Chas. Mobr 
J. C. Mullett 
Hilarion Portier 
C. W. Watson 
David Dipk 
Fredk. Wei^el 
James Wisner 
Wm. Segswortb 
M. Maloney 
John McTaggart 
Joseph Craudall 
Wm. G. Batemai, 
Jobn Thompson 
J. D. Vachou 
I Robert Curtis 

F. Boudriot 
Chas. McKpn7.ie 
Robt. Turnbnll 
W. J. Mills 
Jobn Judg" 
Jaini's Clark 
Peter Clark 

C. 1). Poole 
P A.Callagban 
C Gellnas 
F. W. Cooper 



POST orricB. 

Montnerf 

Montgomery 

MonticelK) 

Montcalm 

Mouteagle Valley ... 

Monte Bello 

Mouteflore 

Montfort 

Mont Louis 

Mnnlmagny 

Montmr)ren('y Falls 

*Mimtrml....'. 

Montreal Klver .... 

.Montrose 

Montrose 

Montrose 

Mt.St. Hllaire 

Mont St. Nicholas ... 
Men nmen t Settlem't 

Moodyville 

Moonstone 

*Monrt 

Uoorefleld 

Mooresburg 

Moore's Falls 

Moore's Mills 

Moore's Station 

Mooresville 

Moose Brook 

Moose Creek 

Mooit Jaw 

Mooseland 

M(X)se Mountain... . 

Moose River 

Moose River 

Moose R.Gold Mines 

Moniomin 

Moran 

Moraviantown 

Moray 

Morcambe 

Mirrilen 

Morden 

Morehwad 

VIorell Hear 

Morell Station 

Morewood 

Morganston 

Moiin Flats 

Morley 

Morningdale Mills... 

*Moi-pi'lh 

Murnpano 

Morns 

*Morrisburp 

Morrisonviilo 

Marriston 

Morristown 

Morristown 

Morton 

Morton's Corner . ... 

Morven 

Mosborough 

Moscow 

Moser's River 

Miisherville 

MoK'iuito Creek 

.Moss Glen 

Mosside 

Mossley 

Mossiaau's Grant. ... 

Motherwell 

Moulie's Klver 

Moiiliuette 

Moulton Station .... 
Mountain Brook . ... 
Mountain City . . ., 

Mountain Dale 

Mountain Grovo 

Mountain Road 

MouiitHin View 

Mount Albert 

Mount Albion 

Mount Albion 

* Mount firi/dges 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Charles 



ELECTORAL liISTRlCT. POSTMASTER 



lOttawa Q 

WeIllngtou,N RO 

Montcalm Q 

Hastings, N R 

Ottawa Q 

Selkirk M 

Argenteuil . . . . Q 

Gasp* Q 

Montmagny Q 

Quebec Q 

Montreal Q 

iNlplssing 

'Wellaud 

iPrince P E 1 

Marquette M 

Rouville Q 

St. John Q 

Carlet. n N B 

N Westminster, BC 

Simcoe, E.R 

Lambton, W R.., 
Wellington, C R. 

Grey. NR 

Victoria, N R.... 

Charlotte N B 

Missisquoi Q 

Middlesex, N R. 

Hants N S 

I Stormont 

lAsslniboia...NWT 

i Halifax N 8 

lAssltilbola...N WT 

Pictou N S 

Cumberland ...N S 

Halifax N S 

Assiniboia Ter 

Northumb N B 

Elgin. WR 

Middlesex, N R . 

King's N B 

Selkirk M 

King's N S 

jPontiac Q 

[King's PEI 

King's PEI 

.Dundas 

Northumb'd.E R. 

[Argenteuil Q 

Grey, E II 

Perth, N R O 

Elgin, W R 

I Selkirk M 

Provencher . . . . M 

Dundaa 

Stormont 

Wellington, 8 R. 
Antigonisbe... N 8 

King's N 8 

Leeds, 8 R 

; Lunenburg ... N 8 

Lennox 

: Wellington, 8 R. 

Addington 

Halifax N S 

Hants N S 

Alta 

King's N B 

Middlesex, W R. 
.Middlesex, E R... 
Lunenburg ... N S 

Pertb, S R O 

Kent N B 

Stormont 

Monck 

Restigoiicbe... N B 

Selkirk M 

King's NB 

Addington 

Pictou N S 

Prince Edward... 

York. N R 

Wentwortb.SK. 

QuHPn's P E I 

Midcilesex. S R.. 

Kamouraska Q 

Peel 



Phil. Paradi-. 
M.J. C«rbi-tt 
Edmund Swl'zcr 
Mrs. E. Copi-iiu, 
Wm. Kutli'.li.e 
Chas. Major 
G. K. Th<.i,^.vr 
M. Boiilsire 
Jos. Lt-mieux 
Stani^las Vall(.» 
I'iorrp I.HpI.ii.t 
G. Lb Mnthr 
Thomas Keiuiey 
A. Wflftead 
R. Hockin. ji;n. 
RichardMHrfh.111 
Miss C. Lahnine 
Thos Girard 
James Ketm-dy 
Benj. ^lirinirer 
Wm. Diinl; p 
John Morris' n 
Mrs. A.Maii'lsley 
Thomas M(ci« 
Thomas Leary 
Asa Cormick 
P. C. Moore 
Jos 3. OicfiUan 
Thomas .M. Rei.! 
J. Ija brossM 
J. A. Wbitn.ore 
John Prest. nin 
T Baldwin " 
•lohn .Muuro 
Wm. Robertd 
Joseph Blair 
Jos. Daniel 
Jas. Moran 
Rav. A. Ilartnjan 
David I'oulter 
J. Fowler 
J. M. Orover 
Silas Bali-oiud 
David Clarke 
Jiinies Phelan 
M. Coffin 
A. McKay 
Wm. J. Newmat 
Isaac Jekill 
James heme a 
3. Nickiin 
J. C. Nation 
K. Johnston 
W. A. Uusfell 
Patrick Gormely 
Rod. Morrison 
R. B. Morrison 
J. McGillivrsv 
John R. Palmer 
James R. Leake 
Wm. Drew 
W. R. Gord.tnier 
I John I. Hob^ou 
Zara Vanluven 
G. P. Mo.ser 
Mrs.M.A.Mosliej 
J. Trolir gei 
'E. H. Merritt 
James McCabe 
James Mn.Hkes 
Reuben liaker 
.lohn Pittsi'iei'e 
Joseph B, Miller 
H. Harri.«"n 
Rich. Angle 
J. Hamilton 
W. 0. Alder'nD 
J. A. pHtterfcn 
Alex. Mc'Ii.ii'(W 
L. Lanaille 
John I'otter 
Mrs. K. jAtksor. 
Herbert Davi- 
Robert Jeukms 
Tbom.is Pe.r te 
R. Lavoie 
James Savage 



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P08T orrici. 

Iloant OheMnny 

l)|)aDt OUhMok 

HouDt Denisun 

Ijhunt Elgin 

llouDt IlHuly 

Illount Ilealy 

Ilr/unt Hebron 

hnuut Ilnpp 

Illount Iloreb 

Illount Irwin 

Mount .lohnROD 

illount lj«hnian 

houut lioyal 

Illmnt Maple 

luount Mlddleton... 

JVount 08CHr 

liIouDt PlH^ah 

hmmt I'leitHMnt 

li'aat PleaRant 

Iliouui Pluafwnt 

hlr>unt I'lc^asant 

I Mount St. I<oii1h 

Honnt St. Patrick... 

noiuit Salxm 

iHountBburg 

Illount Sburwood ... 
I taut Stewart 

Hount Thorn Set'm't 

lUouut Uniacke 

luUnicakeOold M'a 
j Mount Vernon 

Uouut View 

JHountvllle 

Hountvilln 

Uount Wbatley 

Mount Wolf 

I Mouth of JemHeK. ... 
I Mouth nt Keswick... 

Uouth of Nerepia ... 

Houth of St. Fraucla 
hlowhray 

Mud Bay 

Madilv Oroek 

Muirkirk 

Miilgrave 

Mull 

Mull lliver 

Mulllfarry 

Mulniur 

lluncey 

Uunrof's Bridge . . . 

Munroe's Milla 

MunBter 

Murchison 

I Murchison 

Slurchyville 

I Murdnch 

Murilla Station 

Murmy 

Murray Say 

Murray Harbour, N. 

Murray Harbour, Rd 

Murray Harbour, 8. 

Mu'ray lUver 

Murray Iload 

Hurray's Corner . ... 

Murvale 

Mnskoka FallH 

Mu8koka Mills 

Musquash 

Musquodobolt Har. 

Mu88ellboro' 

MuiiHclburt; 

Myrehall 

Myrtle 

Mystic 

Wknwick 

.Vadnnn's Crossing... 

N'ail I'.ind 

Nairn 

Xamur 

•Vawmmr) 

NsDiiose Bay 

Xanticoke 

Xantyo 

'^apanee 



USUTORAL DlaTRl'T. 

Fnintenac 

Cape Breton... N S 

Hants N S 

Norfolk, NR 

Wellington, NR. 6 

AuD.ipulis .N S 

Haldlmand 

King's N B 

Bruce, X. H . . . . 

Victoria, 8 R 0[ 

Victoria, N R .... Ol 

Iberville Q 

N.WeBtminst'r. BC' 

Montcalm Q 

Argentenll Q 

King's X B 

Vandreull Q 

King's N B 

Durham. K H . ... O 

Prince P E I 

Cumberland... N 8 

Carleton N B 

Sim.oe, K R 

Renfrew, 8 R .... 

Klgin E R 

Wentworth, NR. 

Carlatnn 

Queen's P E I 

Pictou N 8 

Hants N 8 

Hants NS 

Brant, 8 R 

Westmoreland, N B 

Albert N B 

Pictou N 8 

Westmoreland, N B 

Cardwell 

Queen's N B 

York N B 

King's N B 

Victoria N B 

Selkirk M 

NewWestm'ntrBC 

Prince P E I 

Elgin. W R 

Welland 

Kent 

Inverness N S 

Middlesex, W R . 

Simcoe, 8 R 

Middlesex, S K... 0| 
InveruBSS . . ,, N 8 

Oli'ngarry 

Carleton O 

Marquette M 

Hastings, N. R... O 

Halifax N S 

Grey, 8 R O 

Algoma I) 

\orthnmb'd,ER. 

Charlevoix Q 

King's P E 1 

Queen's PE 1 

King's PEI 

King's PEI 

Westmoreland, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 

Addlngton Ql 

Ontario N H 

Simcoe. E R 

St. John N B 

Halifax N S 

Selkirk M 

Perth, N R 

H.tstlngs. E R. ... 

Ontario, 8 R 

.Missisquoi Q 

York N B 

Beauce Q 

Prince P E I 

Midiiiesex, N R .. 

Ottawa Q 

Vancouver . . . . B C 

Vancouver U C 

Haldirnand 

Simcoe, S R 

Lennox 



P0HTMA8TER. 



POHT. orrici. 



Anthcny English 
Hugh Cusrack 
Mrs. J K. Shaw 
Roger 0. Miller 
T. O. Smith 
Caleb Miller 
W. Donaldson 

C. Patterson 
John Colo 
Wm. Elliott 
T. i'eacu<'k 
J. O. Pion 

E. Thomson 
P. Shevelin 
Mrs. J. Warwich 

D. S. Sinnott 

F. n Tessier 

J. L. McOrossin 
John W. flreer 
Mrs. C. Williams 
Isaac Simpson 
Moses Rideout 
■1. P. Hussey 
J. Carter 
Mrs. A. Ilillakei 
Charles Revell 
Albert S. Hopper 
David Egan 
Andrew McKay 
John McLean 
S. Dimock 
M. W. Townsend 
Lay ton Bowser 
John Clark 
John Urquhart 
M. R. Lowerison 
Robert M.White 
Elias Scrlbner 
Mrs. M Yerxa 
J. M. Nase 
John Jones 
A. Johnston 
Wm. Woodward 
John Dickie 
Mrs.A. McDonald 

E. Loams 
Nell Watson 
James Beaton 
.1. McNeice 
John Murphy 
A. McGregor 
J. J Munroe 
M. Miuiroe 
Thos. Tubman 
Miss Murchison 
J. Taylor 
James .Murchy 

G. Pollock, jun. 
John McLean 
T. J. SpolTord 
Mrs. A. Lapointf 
David McCiiire 

A. McDfinald 
Isaac R. Proiue 
D. H. Hume 
W. C Murray 

B. Walton 
M. Davy 

A. R. Cameron 
A H Campbell, ji 
L. D. Carman 
John Kidd 
Hy. Mussell 
Wm. Burgman 
A. A. Coulter 
David A. Brown 
J. A. Phelps 
Wm. H. Clark 
Paul Roy 
P. Clohosey 
VI. Mclntyre 
N'. Proiilx 
Wm. Earl 
Wm. Roberts 
M. Wedrich 
Stanley Spillett 
G. Bogart 



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Napanee MIUr Addlngton 

Naphan Hastings, E R ., 

fiTapifr .Middlesex, W R. 

yupiervitU Naplerville 

N'aplnka Selkirk 

Nappan Cunitwrland... N S 

Nappan Station Cumberland . N S 

Napperton | Middlesex, W R. 

Xarrnwi jQueen's N B 

Narrows Creek King's PEI 

Naobville i York. W R O 

Nashwaak York NB 

Nashwaak Bridge... {York N B 

Nashwaakpls I York N B 

Nashwaak Station... York N B 

Nashwaak Village... York N B 

Nasoii worth York N B 

* Nwsiagawtya Halton 

Natashquan Saguenay Q 

National Park Alta 

Nauwigewauk ; King's N B 

Navan i Russell 

Necum Teuch Halifax N 8 

Netfiawa j Marquette M 

.Neguac j North umb'rl'd N B 

\eigette Rimouski Q 

Neil's Harbour | Victoria N 8 

Neilsonville Quebec Q 

Nelles Corners. 

Nelson 

Nelson 

Nenagh 



Haldirnand 

Halton 

Selkirk M 

Grey. SR O 

Nerepis Station King's N B 



Netherby 

Xnutadt 

New Albany 
New Annan.., 



New Argyle ; Queen's 



Welland 

Grey, 8 R 

Annapolis N 8 

Prince P EI 



Newark 

New Armagh . 

New Baudon , 

Newbliss 

Newbols 



PEI 



Oxford. 8 R 

Lotbinidre Q 

Gloucester N B 

BrockvlUe 

Utblnidre Q 

*Ntwboro' Leeds, 8 R 

New Boston .._ jCape Breton ... N S 

Newboyne | Leeds, 8 R 

Newbridge ! Huron, E R 

Addlngton 

Carleton N B 

Lunenburg.... N 8 
Middlesex, W R. O 

Victoria N B 

Queen's N S 

Lunenburg.... N B 
Bonaventure ... Q 
Hastings, N R ... O 
Durham, W R ... 
Northumb'rl'd N B 

Queen's N B 

Queen's N B 

Halifax N 8 

Lunenburg. ... N S 
Northumb'd,ER. 
Lunenburg. ... N 8 
Lunenburg.... N S 

Marquette 51 

Brockville 

Waterloo. 8 H. ... 

Oxford. 8 R 

llUHsell 

IDigby NS 



*Ntwburgh 

Newburt'^ 

Newburn 

*Ne.wbury 

New Campbellton ... 

New Canaan 

New Canada 

New Carlisle 

New Carlow 

*NtwcaitU 

^ Stwcastle 

Newcastle Bridge ... 
Newcastle Creek .... 
Newcomb Corner. ... 

Newcomb 

Newcomb Mills 

Now Cornwall 

New Cumberland ... 

Newdale 

New Dublin 

Ntw Dundey 

New Durham 

*,Veiw fklinburgh ... 
New Edinburgh. . , , 

New Elm I Lunenburg N S 

New Oairloch i Pictou N3 

New Germany Waterloo, N R.. 

New Glasgow 'Queen's P E I 

New Olasirow iTerrebonne Q 

A>w GlaKgmo j Pictou N S 

New Grafton l Queen's N S 

'Xfw Hamburg Waterloo, S H.... 

New Harbour Guysborough, N 8 

New Harris Victoria NS 

Newhaven Selkirk M 

New Haven Queen's P E 1 

New Haven Victoria N S 

Newholm Muskoka&PSd. 

New llorton Albert NB 

Newington Stormuut 



POHTHAHTER. 

George I>aHlier 
John D. Napban 
Alex. Arth^irs 
L. N. McQueen 
J. S. Yeonians 
Henry Wood 
A.C. Barry 
Thomas Jury 
T. McK. Todd 
L. .McDonald 
Matthew East 
•lames Young 
J.T. McBean 
W. McFar'aiie 
James R. Garden 
John L. Fletcher 
A. A. Nason 
J. Easterbrook 
D. Dumarez 
R. O'Donoghue 
Wm. W. Dodge 
W. Clark 
Wm. Smith 
Alfred .M. Dalton 
L. N. AUaiu 
F. X. Gagule 
Thos. Williams 
H«nr> .Moss 
A. H.Cline 

D. W. Springer 
P. Anderson 
Thos. Duignan 
David .Mckenzie 
John Koebel 
Icihn Weinart 
Albert Oaks 
Geo. P. Walker 
L. McKinnon 
W. T. Minard 
John Orr. jun. 
N. R. Richey 
John Edgar 

E. Boisouueau 
Levi 8. Lewis 
A. Ferguson 
J. Lyons 
Uobt. Johnson 
I). Hooper 

R. McKinney 
J. Eric Joudry 
Jopeph Kelly 
Mrs M. Campbell 
Lewis Keith 
M. Semon 
Thos. J. Caldwell 
J. H. Henderson 
Thos. McClung 
J. Johnston 
K. P. Yeomans 
Mrs. R. Bailey 
John Barron 
J. Newcomb 

F. .M. Pearson 
S. E. Hallamore 
Joseph .Meisener 
J. L.Cook 

N, E. Brown 
J. 0. Wing 
Marshal Letter 
J. W. Proctor 
A. Deveaux 
John H. Kaney 
Mrs. .Mcpherson 
Charle!4 Halter 
R. Y. McContrey 
L. J. A. Lambert 
Wip. Fraser 
Nelaou Chesley 

C. Ernst 

W. J. Wright 
D Morrison 
S. MoorheaJ 
H. MacMillan 
.lohn McLeod 

D. Ferguson 
M. Cannon 

iO. F.Jardine 



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POST OFflCI. 



POSTMASTER. 



New [reland 

New Ireland 

New Ireland Road... 

New Jeruii«lem 

New Larig 

New Liverpool 

New London 

New Lowell 

•iV«iw Market 

New Market 

New Maryland 

New Mellco 

JV»w Milli 

New MInai 

New Oxiey 

New Parle 

New Perth 

Newport 

Newport. . . 

Newport 

Newport 

Newport Corner 

tfewpnrt Landing... 
Newport Point . . . . 
Newport Station . . . 

New Richmond 

New River Mill* 

New Rockland 

New Ross 

iVew Knit 

New Ross Road 

Newry 

New Salem 

New Sarum 

Newton 

Newton 

Newton Brook 

Newton Cross 

Newton Mills 

Newton Roblunon... 

Newtonville 

New Town 

New Town 

New Tusket 

Newvllle 

New WeitmintUr . ... 

New Wiltshire 

New Zealand 

New ZIon 

*Xiagara 

*yiagara Falls 

Niagara Falls C'tre. 
*yia^ara FalU, S'th 

Nicola Lake 

''Nicolel 

NIcolet Falls 

NIcolston 

NIctau 

Nlctanx Falls 

Nile 

Nilestown 

Nine Mile Creek 

Nine Mile River 

Ninette 

NInga 

NIplsMng 

Nissouri 

NIthburg 

Nivervllle 

Nixon 

Nixon 

Nober 

*Noblel'm 

Noel 

Noel Road 

Noul Shore 

Xomluinque 

Norborough 

Norcllffe 

Morham 

Norland 

Normandale 

Norqiiay 

Normau 

Normandln 

North Alton 

North .\rm 



(LICTORAL DISTRICT. 

BJegantlc" .7.377 Q RTo. Porter 

Albert N R John Cairner 

Albert N B J. DornanJuD. 

Queen's NBA. M. Short 

I'ictou N S R. McLeod 

I/6vii Q A. Korcade 

Queen's P E I Wra. McKay.jr. 

Simco*, N R P. I>atton 

Ontario, W R.... O J. A. Bastedo 

York N n Dan'IMcDade 

York N B Lewis Fisher 

Oompton Q W. H. Taylor 

Itestigoucbe ... N B Jos. T. Windsor 

King's N S John A. Fuller 

Alta Jno. R. Oralg 

Durham, K R ... O James Miller 

King's PET R. H. Plummer 

Brant, S R Joalah Woodleyi 

Qup6 QjO. Urenier 

HanU N S J. F. Cochrane 

King's P E I D. Mclntyre 

Hants N 8 Hiss R. Harvey 

IlanU N S J. W. Allison 

Gaspi Q R. P. Hamon 

Hants N S MIssL. Sweet 

Bonaventure Q Rlrhard Brash 

Charlotte N B Joshua Knight 

Richmond Q J.J. WIlllHms 

Dundas O Wm. Rylance 

Lunenburg ... N S Oscar S. Elliott 

King's N 8 Owen McGarry 

Perth, N R Toung Coulter 

Cumberland... .N S' W. 0. Xattell 

Elgin, 8 R A.McKenzie 

Perth, N R Q John Zoeger 

Prince P B I J. T. Murphy 

York, Wit R.Qouldlng 

Queen's P E I ! James Cody 

Colchester N S James Creelman 

Slmcoe, 8 R J- Q. Ohantler 

Kings N SN. Caldwell 

Guysboro* N S Thos. McBaln 

King's N B Mrs. E.M. Pearct 

DIgby N 81 H. C. Sabean 

Cumberland ... N 8 C W. Young 
N. Westminster B C John C. Brown 

Queen's P B I G. Easter 

King's PE I James Cantwell 

Sunbury N B J- H. Sowers 

Lincoln&Niagara.O Robert Warren 

Welland W. W. Woodruff 

WwUand S. J.Smyth 

Wnlland T.W. Woodruff 

Yale B C A. E. Howse 

Nieolet Q Miss M. Chillas 

Richmond W. A. Elliott 

Slmcoe, S R John NIchol 

Victoria N B W. H. Miller 

Annapolis N S W. J. H. Balcom 

Huron, W R O Robt. Mcllwain 

Middlesex, E R . J C. Barrows 

Queen's P E I Miss M Brian 

Hants N S J. Thompson 

Selkirk M Jamos Overend 

Selkirk M Samuel Jones 

Muskoka Nell Mo Kachern 

Oxford, N R Henry Straitch 

Oxford, N R James Brown 

Provencher M Stephen Lawaon 

Norfolk, N R o'J. G. Bottomley 

Albert N B Geo. Wilson 

Haldlmand O'J. Lemon 

York O'C. Hambly, jun. 

Hants N S i Osmond O'Brien 

Hants N 8 Joel Scott 

Hants N S! J. G. McLellan 

Ottawa Q{ Vital Martiaeau 

Prince P E I' J. M. Webster 

Pontiac Q A. Watson 

Northumb'd,ER. W. E. Kemp 
Victoria, N R .... 0, J. Harshaw 

Norfolk. 8 R Miss M. B. Flshei 

Selkirk M:T. H.Pentland 

Algoma A. Carmicbnel 

Ohicoutlmi . . . , Q' EJ. Carbonneau 
King's N S George Ward 



POST OPPIOE. 



(LECTOR \t DISTRICT. , P0STMA3TIR. 



Northara Prince P E I 

Northampton Carleton N B 

North Augutta Urenvllle. 8 R ... 

Niyrth Bay NIpissIng Ulst ... 

North Heaver Bank Halifax N8 

North Bedeque Prince P K I 

North llend Yale-Kootenay.B 

North Branch Russell .'.... 

North Brookfleld. ..Queen's N 

North Bruce Bruce, W R 

North Buxton Kent 

North Carleton .... Prince P E I 

Vorth Clarendon.... I Pontiac Q 

North Coatlcoo'iie ... Stansiead Q 

Northcote Renfrew, S R .... 

N. E. Br., Margaree. Inverness N 8 

N. E. Harbour Shelburne N S 

N. End Loohab. Lake Antigunishe. . N S 

N. Esk Boom Northumb N B 

Northaeld Cornwall 

Northfleld Sunhnry NB 

Northfleld Lunenburg ... N 8 

Northfleld Centre... Oxford, S R O 

Northflold Farm .. Ottawa Q 

North Forks. Sal.Cr. Sunbury N B 

North Framboise... . Richmond . . . , N S 

North Georgetown... Chateauguay Q 

North Olanford Wentworth, 8 R. 

*Nonh Goxoer Carleton 

North Grant AntiKonlHhe....N 8 

North Greeuville ... Cumburland... N 8 

North Out.St.Ann's Victoria N 8 

North Ham Wolfe Q 

North Hatley Stanstead Q 

North Hill Oompton Q 

North Intervale Guysboro' N S 

North Keppel Grev. N R 

North Lake King's PEI 

North Lake iYork N B 

North Lancaster Glengarry 

North Low Ottawa Q 



.North Meadford 

North Milton 

North Mountain 
North Mountain 
North Nation Mills. 



King's N8 

i Queen's P E I 

Dundas 

j King's N S 

I'Htawa Q 



N.Westminater.BC'W. H. Eburne 



North Onslow i Pontiac Q 

North Pelham Monck 

North Pinnacle Missisquol Q 

*NorthPOrt jPrince Edward... 

Northport [Cumberland... N S 

North Range Corner DIgby N 8 

North Ronous Northumb N B 

North Ridge i Essex, 8 R 

North River Queen's P E T 

North River I Westmoreland, N B 

North River 'Colchester .... NS 

N. River Bridge Colchester N S 

N. River Bridge jVlctorla N 8 

NorthRiverPlatform | Westmoreland. N B 

North Rustico [Queen's P ET 

North Saanich i Vancouver B C 

North Salem Hants N S 

North Seneca Haldlmand 

North Seguin i Muskoka A PSd. 

North Shore Cumberland... N 8 

North Shore jVictoria NS 

N. 8. St. Marg. Uay I Halifax N S 

N. Sec of Earltown. 'Colchester N 8 

North SUnbrldge.... I Missisquol Q 

North Stoke Richmond Q 

North Stukely Shefford Q 

North Sutton Brome Q 

* North Sydney Cape Breton.... N 8 

N Temiseamlngue... Pontiac Q 

North Tryon Prince PEI 

North Valley Stormont q 

North Waktfitld .... Ottawa Q 

Northwest Lunenburg.... NS 

North West Arm.... Cape Breton... N S 
North West Bridge. Northumb'd... N B 
North West Cove ... Lunenburg.... N 8 

North Williamsburg Dundas 

North Winchester... Dundas 

Norton King's N B 

North Wolfestown .Wolfe Q 

Northwood Kent 



H. J. Folland 
David 8. (llbson 
John ChapmtD 
W. McDonalil 
Mrs.M.A Nelson I 
Mrs. .1. L«fur((T 
Petor Fink 

C. Heplnstal 
M. A. Harlow 
A, Hosn 

0. H. ShrevB 

1. Wright 
Jas Ralph 
Joseph .MHHiie 
J Atkinson 
Mrs. A. M. Rom 
A. R. Greenwood i 
Alex. Hanmn 
Mrs. Hutrhlnson 
Albert Wsif 
Jonathan Welton 
H. Mackev 
Peter Bownian 
Wni. Hastev 

J. A. Currie 

A. McQueen 
Louis Turcot 
E. Dlckennon 
Hiram Pcutt 
Duncan HIstterj 
Geo KuslitoD 
John A. Shaw 
Patrick Blaia 

B. LeBaron 

D. W. McDonald 

D. K. McKeuiie 
David Dewar 

E. B. Morrow 
H. H. Veyney 
Kmilien Daoust 
R. Daly 

B. Weaver 
Wm. Coles 

M. McLaughlin 
Wm. Bennett 
J. C. Edwards 
John O'Donnell 
Mrs. M. McQueen 
V. Barnes 
Borland Fox 
George Brander 

C. B. McNeil 
M. Hayes 
Joseph KDight 
J. R. Warren 
J. Taylor 

A. F. Fulton 
Henry Blair 
M, McRitcbie 
T. Jones 
George BuJd 
H. Brackmaan 
N. Nelson 
P. C. Shafer 
Elias Asbton 
Alex. McMillan 

D. McDonald 
8. Wynott 
A.M. Baillie 
A. L. Vanafse 
Lewis Duplin 
F X Malhiot 
0. Sweet 
Wm. Forbes 
Angus McBride 
MIssMMuirhesd 
Mrs. M. Dunbar 
8. E. Blair 

S. Laiigille 
G. K. Ball 
Ed. Sinclair 
Daniel Noouan 
G. C. Casselman 
Joseph 8. Kyle 
A. B. Hayee 
Wm. Parsons 
S. H. Knight 



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ELKOTORAL DIMHICT. POSTMASTER. 



. N B David 8. ()|b,on 
John CliapintD 
" W. Mrnonnlil . 
Mrs.M.A Nelionl 
Mm. ,1. LHturgy 
Petor Kink 

C. Httplnfital 
M. A. Harlow 

A. KOKD 

n. II. Shr^vB 

I. Wrlifht 
JaB Ralph 
Joseph .\lH»(le 
J AtkloHDn 
Mro. A. M. Roil 
A. R. Oreenwood ! 
*lex. Man»on 
Mm. HutchlniioD 
Albert Wait 
Jonathan Welinn 

II. Mackey 
Pet«r Rownin 
Wni. Hastey 
J. A. Currie 

A. McQueen 
LoulH Turcot 
K. Dickenmn 
Hiram .*ci.tt 
Duncan SIstterj 
Oeo KufihtoD 
John A. Shaw 
Patrick Blaii 

B. LeBaron 

D. W. McDonald 
D. K. McKenile 
David Dewar 
K. B. Morrow 
H. H. Veyney 
Kmillen DgouHt 
R. Daly 

B. Weaver 
Wm. Coles 
M. McLaufshlin 
Wm. Bennett 
J. C. Edward! 
John O'Donnell 
Mrs. M. McQueen 
V. Barnes 
Dorland Pox | 
Qeorge Drander j 

C. B. McNeil 
M. Hayes I 
Joseph Knight 
J. R. Warren I 
J. Taylor i 
A. F. Fulton i 
Henry Blair 1 
M. McRitchie | 
T. Jones I 
Oeor|;e BuJd 
H. BrackniADD 
N. Nelson i 
P. C. Shafer ! 
Ellas Asbton 
Alex. McMlllac i 

D. McDonald j 
8. Wynott 
A.M. Baillie 
A. L. Vanaf^se I 
Lewis Duplin 
F X Malhiot 1 
0. Sweet 
Wm. Forbes 
Angus McBride 
MissM Muirliead i 
Mrs. M. Dunbar ] 
8. E. Blair 
8. LaigiUe 
Q. K. Ball 
Ed. Sinclair 
Daniel Noonan 
G. C. Cassolman 
Joseph S. Kyle 
A. B. Hayes 
Wm. Parsons 
S. H. Knight 



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hort'vi Creek Chateauguay Q Charleo South 

VortM: Dale York N B J. M. Dyaart 

I ifort.ii Station King's N B 8. McCready 

Xortinvllle I'eel.. John Norton 

Vori i( Halton D. W. Vanco 

Ww»v York, K R Richard Crew 

I »S''>rweh Oxford, 8 R II. H. Moore 

'Sarwund i Peterboro', K R... Joa. B. Poarce 

Vorwood Yarmouth N 8 Dnv. A. Saunders 

N'oab>niing I)1h. of .Vlgoma... O M. Oahlll 

S. Ditnie dea .\nges Portneuf Q J Cliat<>auvHrt 

S.Dnmedu Ijaua ...Ottawa Q James McCnbe 

X.Damxde ri. Verte Temlicouata Q Tlieo<lore Fraaer 

KotreDamedeOrace Houhelnga Q Leon Deacariea 

Xotre Dame de Bets. Saguenay Q i L. F. Boucher 

Notr-^ DamedeHBois Oompton Q Alex. Roberge 

.Vot. Dame delft Sal. I Ottawa Q .1 A Filiatreault 

Votr-) Dame du LaclTemiscouata Q A.CIoutler 

N. D. du Pont Main Ottawa Q A. Blaia 

Notr-'Damedu Port. Tomlaconata Q Miaa A. Michaud 

Xotr'Damede Rim. Rimouskl Q J. H. Corbin 

Mt' l>'ime de .STtan Mlasiaiquoi . ... Q M. E. Plante 

N'ottiwa ;Slmooe, N R Andrew MelvllU 

N'ouv^lle Bonaventure ... Q Thomas Keava 

Novar Muskoka A P S'd. K. W. Nlcholla 

Xoyan Missisquoi Q T. B. Derrick 

N'luxnt Haatings, N R... Thomas Nugent 

N'att's Corners Mlssliqubl Q J. A. Hawlny 

Xuttbv Colchester N S John A. Mc.N'utt 

Nyanza Victoria N 8 Alex. McDonald 

Oik Bauk Llsgar M Thomas Farrow 

Oak Bay Charlotte N B A. J. Morrill 

>)tlcburn Marquette M J A Hamilton 

Oikd.ile Botbwell M A McDougall 

Otiktield Halifax N 8 ftlrs. F. Uurle 

Oakhim Queen's N Bl James Strong, jr 

0»k Hill Victoria, N R.... OlRobert 8taple.s 

Oak Hill Charlotte N B Wm. McCan 

Oak Lake Selkirk MlOeo. D. Miller 

Oakland Oxford, 8 R Qeorge Taylor 

Oaklind Marquette M T. H. Metcalf 

Oak Leaf iliOi-ds, S R Ol Peter Johnson 

OjkPark Shelburne NSJN. N. Adams 

Oak P>>int j Bonaventure . ... Q Mrs. E. Young 

0«k Point King's NBIJohn W. Inch 

Oak Point Northumb N B A. McDougall 

Oak Piint Wsgar MjWm. Stooke 

Oak Sidges Ontario, W R 0|Qeorge Harper 

Oak Kiver Marquette Mi James Little 

'Oah,m Halton R. Balmer 

Mrillt: ;Carleton N B John Qulnn 

Oakw.iod I Victoria, S R OlR. P. Butler 

Oateii Frontenae James Cosgrnve 

Obau Richmond N 8 Colin Nicholson 

Oberra Unrquette M J. McKinnon 

O'Coaiiell ( Pontiac Qi Qeorge Qrier 

Ocontn Addlngton A. McOinnIs, Jr. 

Odel Middlesex, E R.. 0|W. L. Odell 

Odelltown St. Johns Q!W. D. McCallum 

•Orf'-ii'j 'Lennox OiP. S.Tlmmermao 

Odin jColchester N 8 Alex. McKay 

Offa Middlesex, N R.. 01 John 0. Quarry 

Ogd^^i Quysboro NSiAlex. McFarlane 

Ogeniah |Ij8mbton,W R... OiJohn H. Evans 

Ogilvie I King's N S Patterson Foster 

Ohio I Antlgonislie... N S R. McGIUIvray. 

WiRweken Brant, 8 R James Styres 

Oil City Lambton E R. ... James Keating 

'Oil Spring! Lambton, E R ... Qeorge Yates 

Oka Two Mountains. Q C. Chaurette 

Okaui^on Yale BC C. O'Keefe 

Okau>t^oa Mission... Yale BC E. Lequin 

Okotks ! Alta J. A. McMillan 

Olanl iHftutfi N S C. W. Oland 

Old Burns Colchester N 8 Eben. Archibald 

Oidi't.tle Essex, N R OlM. McCarthy 

Oldi.'iielsea Ottawa q!h. W. Edmonds 

Oldli-ld Bothwell OjA. McDonald 

Oldhim Halifox N 8, W. O. Pearson 

Old Like Road iTemiscouata Q P. Caron 

0'L*iry Road iPrince P E li.IoBh. Smallman 

0'Le*;y Station Prince P E I John Frost 



Ollnl* . 
OlinviUe , 
Ollpiint 
Oliv- ... 
OliT-.- ... 



Essex, S R O.John C. Fox 

Queen's .". N BiMlas A. Colwell 

Bruce, N R o{ John Hutchinson 

Marquette M i R. J. Warren 

Oxford, N R 0' John Q. McLeod 



POST orrici. 

Oiuir .7. 

Oliver's Ferry 

Olivet 

Olscarop 

Oinagh 

*Omf.mff- 

Ompah 

Ompah Station 

W) Mile House 

Oneida 

O'NMI 

Onondaga 

Onslow Mountain... 

Onslow Station 

Opawaka 

Operoican 

Orangedale 

Orange Rldoe 

OranKe Valley 

*OrangrmU' 

Oranmore 

Orchard 

Oriel 

Orkney 

•OriHia 

Orleans 

Ormond 

Ormsby 

Ormstmun 

Ornmocto 

*Ornno 

Oro Station 

Orr Lake 

Orton 

Ortonvlll* 

Orwell 

Orwell 

Orwell Cove 

Orrwold 

Oaaca 

Osborne 

*Oieeola 

Osgoode Station 

*Oihawa 

Osman 

Oso Station 

Osoyoos 

Ospray 

Osprlnge 

Ossa 

Ouektag 

Osgian 

OSROWO 

Ostrander 

Otenaw 

Otnabog 

•Ottawa 

Otterburne 

Otter Lake 

Otter Point 

*Otten<ille 

Oungah 

Oustlc 

Outer Duck Island. 
Outerlsl'd Portllood 

Outremont 

Ouvry 

Overton 

Overton 

*Oioen Smnd 

Owl's Head Harbour 

Oxenden 

*Oxf(rrd 

Oxford Centre 

Oxford Mills 

Oxford Station 

Oxley 

Oxmead 

Oyster Bed Bridge... 
Oznabruck Centre... 

Paddock 

Painchaud 

Palnsec 

Painswick 

*Ftiislev 

Pakan 

*Pakenham 



RLECTORAL DISTRICT. 


SUnstewl 


... Q 


Lanark, 8 K... 


... 


Wellinatou N K. () 


Champlaln.... 


....(I 


Halton 


... 


Victoria, 8 R.. 


... 


Addlngton 


... 


.\ddirgton.... 


.. 


CarltKK) 


BC 


Ilaldimand ... 


... 


Westmoreland 


, NB 


Brant, 8 R .. 


... 


Colchester 


N S 


Colchester 


NS 


Selkirk 


... M 


Pontiac 


... Q 


Inverness 


NS 


Marquette ... 


.. M 


Muskoka A P. S'd 


WelllnUton, C R. 


Musk. A P. S'c 


... 


lOrov, 8 11 


... It 


Oxford. 8 R .. 


... 


Wentworth. N R. 


Simvoe, E R... 


... 


Russell 


... o 


Dundas 


... 


Hastings, N R 


... 


Chsteauguay . 


... Q 


Sunbury 


N Bl 


Durham, W R 


... 


Simcoe, E R ... 


... 


Slmi>oe, E R .. 


... o! 


Wellington, C R. Oj 


Victoria 


NB 


Elgin, E R. ... 


... 


Queen's . . . . P E I i 


Queen's P Kl! 


Marquette. . . . 


..Ml 


Durham, E. R. 


... o' 


Umbton. W P 


... 


Renfrow, N R. 


... 


Russell 


... 


Ontario. 8 R ... 


... 


Middlesex, W K. <li 


Addlngton 


... 0' 


YaleAKootenay BC 


Marquette 


...M 


Wellington, S R. 


Addlngton 


...0| 


King's 


N B 


Lambton, EU. 


... 


''I»({"»r 


.. M 


Norfolk, N R... 


... 


Selkirk 


.. M 


Qtieen's 


NB 


Ottawa 


... Oi 


Provencher ... 


.. M! 


Pontiac 


... Q 


Vancouver 


BC 


Oxford, 8 R.... 


... 


Bothwell 


... 0, 


Wellington, 8 R. o; 


Algoma 


... 


Inverness 


N ^ 


Hochelaga. . . . 


..Q 


Kent 


... 


Addlngton 


... 


Yarmouth . . . 


NS 


Grey. N R 


... 


Halifax 


.NS 


Grey. N R 


... 


Cumberland... 


N S 


Oxford, S R... 


... 


Grenvllle, N V 


... 


Grenville. N R 


... 


Essex, 8 R 


... 


Grey, BR.... 


.. 


Queen's P EI 


Stormont 


...0 


King's 


N B 


Megantlc 


..Q 


Westmoreland 


N B 


Simcoe, 8 R... 


... 


Bruce. NR ... 


... 




Assa 


Lanark, N R.. 


... 



Georxe Oliver 
W. MoCne 
John Hicks 
T. Pflter 
Mrs M Standisb 
Robort randy 
Min. V. Dawson 
Adam Wright 
R. Borland 
.lames Murray 
I). O'.Veil 
Mrs L Buckwell 
K,ben. McCurdy 
Aug. McCurdy 
I*. Angers 
•Mrs M. J. Jodola 
Neil McKinnon 
Paddock Winter 
Robert White 
Edward Leslie 
Hugh Nelson 
John Irving 
W. B. Somervllle 
A. P. Thompson 
Thomas GofTatt 
Hugh Dnpuls 
Arch. McPhall 
Qeorge Jarman 
R. N. Walsh 
I.auch. McLean 
R. Moment 
Arch. Douglas 
Samuel Reld 
Wm. Mooney 

C. C Gallagher 

D. Sutherland 
Mrs.A. Lougbran 
Mrs. M. Stephens 
J. Rrownridge 
Wm. J. Flnlay 
A. Lamond 

A. McLaren 
.lames Buckels 
Jas. Carmlchael 
Chas. Laughton 
8. C. Bourk 
Thomas Kruger 
Wm. KInes 
W A Richardson 
J. A. Sanderson 
A. McN. Travis 
Wm. Postell 
Wm. Wagner 
H. B. Ostrander 
A. W. Playfair 
David R«id 
James A. Gouin 
John L. Ewing 
U. DonnoHey 
Thos. Tugwell 
Wm. F. Kay 
John W. Dwyer 
,Iohn McMahon 
C. W. Gauthier 
Wm. D. Smith 
Charles Lumkin 
Geo. Qonlet 
0. W. Fox 
iHrael Rose 
Robert Crawford 
Wm. Palmer 
Thomas II. Reeve 
Henry S. Smith 
N . Schnoley 
Wm. Lindsay 
W. J. Black 
Allanson Ellintt 
Samuel Anning 
Hector McRae 
Gordon Baker 
James Jones 
P. L. Painchaud 
Kuatache Babin 
C. T. Hunter 
Mr«. M. Saunders 
J. A. McLachlan 
H. H. Dickson 



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90 



POST OFFIOKB IN CANADA. 



i 



POBT orrioi. 

Ktermn 

PtlitrBTt) 

Palmer Kapldii 

Palmur RoAd 

*Palmtrilon 

Palmyra 

Panmurs 

PapliienuvlllH 

P»(|UHtte 

Paradina Laut) 

Parent* 

Parham 

Park Ourner 

•rurii 

Paris Station 

ParlnvlllB 

Parker 

Parkdalu 

' rurkdaU 

Parker'8 Cove 

Parker'K lUdge . . , , 

Park Ilend 

*Piirk mil 

pHikhurRt 

Parkin 

I'arklHinio 

ParklanjR 

Park's Crenk 

Park8Vlll« 

Parlee Settlement... 

Parma 

Pamborough 

Parrsborotinh Shore. 

Parry Harbour 

* Parry Snimd 

PartrldgH Island ... 

Piispibiac 

Pansekeag 

Pasteur 

I'asqua 

Patillo 

Patte.non 

Patterson Settlem't. 

Paudash 

Pauline 

Pavillion 

Puabudy 

Peake.Stat'n, No.38. 

Pearceley 

Pearnetim 

Pears'in's 

Peebles 

Peel 

Peepabun 

Pefferlaw 

Peggy's Covo 

Peguls 

Pehisko 

Pdce Island 

Pelee Isliind, East... 
Pelee Island, South. 

Pulissier 

Pelham Union 

Pembroke ... 

*Pembrnke 

Pembroke 

Pembroke Shore 

PnndennU 

Pendleton 

' I'enfiav^uisliene ... 

Pengarth 

Peniac 

Peninsula-Gaspfi ... 
Peninsula Ilarbiur. 
PouiuRular Park . ... 

Pennfleld 

Peuofteld Ridge 

Pfnnbsqiiis 

Penrith 

Peiise 

Pentecost Rivor. , . , 

Pentland 

Penville 

^Pi-rc6 

Porch Station 

Perivnle , , , 

Perkins... 



ILIOTORAL DIBTEtOT. FOHTMANTBE. 

Haltmi ~...Z7b 6. A. Snider 

Cardwell Wm. McMInn 

Renfrew, 8 R Alex. McPhue 

Priniw P K I T. Kennedy 

Wellington, N K. K. Johnston 

KIgln. Wk () .Tuhn Mills 

Unarlr, N U P. .1. ihnce 

Ottawa Q Xlste Tetreau 

Conipton Q V. Paquette 

Vnnapolls N ? W. F. .Morse 

Victoria N R MIrhael Lebel 

Addiiigton O John Hamilton 



ttueen's P K T 

Hrant, N R O 

Ihant. N R 

Lotblnlere Q 

Wellington, CR. 

I Lisgar M 

Yoik. W R 

Annapolis N S 

York N » 

Bruce, N R 

Middlesex, N R... 
Lotbinlire Q 

ASSH 

.Marquette M 

; Aasa 

IliUuenburg ... N S 
! V'ancouver. ... B C 

King's N H 

ILennox 

Cumberland... N 3 
'Cumberland... N S 
MuNk'a* Parry 8 
MuskokaftP.Sd.O 
Cumberland ...N S 

Honaventure Q 

King's N n 

Chlcoutimi . . . . Q 

Assa 

Essex, NR 

York, WR 

Sunbury NH 

Peterboro', E R. 



J. W. Cousins 
Geo, Stanton 
Wm. R. Baker 
Inaie Paris 
Mrs. Stephenson 
T. Collins 
W. T (Irav 
Thomas Mllner 
J W. Parker 
Mrs. F. Patterson 
John Noble 
Kohort LIpsay 
Robt. Reld 
David Howan 
Thos. Murray 
Peter Parks 
N. Parks 
H. Parlee 
David Qrlfflth 
John W. Jinks 
Wm. Grant 
J.C. Whitchelo 
J. M. Ansley 
James Kelso 
P. D. Lolsul 
Wm. Denlson 
A. Tremblay 
H. U. Rorlson 
Donald Contts 
A. S. Patterson 
T. B. Roberts 
John Dickson 



RouviUc Q{A. Lanier 

Cariboo 80 " 

Grey, N R 

King's PEI 

Musko'a k Par.S. 

Missisquol Q 

King's N B 

Oxford, S R 

Carleton N B 

Wellington. S R. 

York, N R 

Halifax N 8 

Liflgar M 

Alta 

Essex. 8 R.\ O 

Essex. 8 R O 

Eweq. 8 R 

Ottawa Q 

Monck 

Hants N S 

Renfrew, N R.... 

Carleton N B 

Yarmouth . ...N 9 

Selkirk M 

Prescott 

Slmcoe, E R 

Assa 

York N B 

Gaspfi Q 

Algoma O 

SImoe, S. R 

Charlotte N B 

Charlotte N B 

Kinif's NB Joel Gross 

Selkirk M| John McKinnon 



poiT orrioi. 



Wm. Lee 
John Mlllburn 
A. McDonald 
T. P. Pearce 
Jas. Briggs 
W. W. Pearson 
W. Corey 
Chas. A. HarmoL 
Robt. Dickson 
Geo. Johnson 
W. Crooks 
M. Molver 
Mrs.M.G.Stinson 
A. McCormlck 
L. S. Brown 
Jas. Ferguson 
P. N. E. Pelisslei 
H. N. Cosby 
G. Mlllett 
Alex. Motfatt 
Wm. ilale 
C. More'.l 
W. J. Sargent 
Ilenrv Moffatt 
J. S. barling 
Wm. McKillop 
Chas. P. Weade 
Miss M S. Millet 
Henry Wilson 
R. Power 
Robt. J Boyd 
S.imuel Sickay 



Assa A. Bluir 



Sairaenay QiT. (Jatcnon 

Wellington, C R. Richard Amy 

Sinicoe, ER OlG E. RlliKOU 

Gaspe Q'J. E. Tuzo 

Lnmbton. W 11... OIT. Irwin 

Algoma 0| A. M;;Colpman 

Ottawa Q P. J. Hannon 



Perm 

Perretton 

Perott Settlement... 

Perry bore' 

Perry Settlement ... 

Perry 

Perry's Point 

Perrytown 

"I'^rtU 

Perth 

Perth Centre 

Perthlus 

Perth Road 

Petawawa ... 

*jyifrt>oriruffh 

Petersburg 

Peter's Mills 

Peter's Road 

Petersen's Curners . 

Peterbvllle 

*iyurniUe. 

Petursvilie Church.. 

Petervlllo 

Petbertou 

Pflilciidiac 

Petite deOrat 

Petite Lamegue 

Petite Matane 

Petite RIv. Bridge .. 

Petite VaiUe 

Pttil Hochtr 

Petlt« Mescblns 

Petpeswiek Harbour 
Petrel 

* Pilrolta 

Petworth 

Pevens»y 

Peverll 

Pheasant Forks 

P/ielpston 

Phillpsburg, East ... 
Phiiipsburg, West ... 

Philipston 

Phillpsville 

*Pickrnna 

•Pictm 

Pictou 

PIctou Island 

Pictou Landing 

Piedmont 

Piedmont Valley ... 

* Pierrf.vilU 

Pierreville Mills 

Pierston 

Pigeon Hill 

Pigeon Lake 

Pike Bay 

Pike Creek 

Pike River 

Pilot Mound 

Pincher Creek 

Pine Creek .. 

Pine Dale 

Pinedale 

Pine Grove 

Pine Orchard 

Pine Ridgo 

Pine River 

Pinette 

Pine Tree 

Pinkerton 

Pioneer 

Piopolis 

Pipestone 

Pirate Harbour 

Pisarlnco.. 

PIsqnid 

Pisquid Road 

mt's Ferry 

Pittston 

PiuHville 

Plainfleld 

Plainfteld 

Plainville 

Plalstnee 

* PtanUigtnrt 

Plaister Vlines 



CLCCTORAL DItTftlCT. roHTMAilTtR, 

Slmcoe. 8 R lj J.Morr w 

Renfrew, N R. ... MrsK MrCrH. k«D 

Annapolis N 8 Thos. Ooldmuith 

Compton QiCaivto I'crry 

King's N BlA. !4. Klil.r 

Addlngton O JR. Perry 

King's N B J. H. Mur|.l v 

Durham, E R.... Wm Puroii 

Lanark, S " O Thomas CairDi 

Victoria N B A. M(irehi>use 

Victoria N Bi Douglas Biiird 

|l'ortneur «^» E. L. Sew,-]! 

lAddington O'Jno. S. R(.).t-rt( 

(Renfrew, N R.... O Solomon llevin 
I Peterboro', W R. H. C. Rog^rn 
i Waterloo, 8 R.... OH. Doell,. 

Kent N B F. 8. I'eterK 

King's P E I Wm. Johiiht n 

I Victoria, N R.... O John Iihwki n 

, Queen's N B Timothy Maioue 

{ l^tmdon O John R. Giinl 

Queen's N B Thomas Le, nsfl 

ll'rince PEI John BretiHii 

Wellington. N R. John Cnshiii,; 
We8tmoreland,N B W. W. I'ricr 

I Richmond N S D. LeUUnc 

Gloucester ... N B 1.. Oauvrieu. jr 

Itimouski Q Pierre Marqum 

j Lunenburg ... N 8 Wm. S. IM leu 

Gasp6 Q Geo. Bront.^.fiiii 

Uioiicester N B A. Des Brinav 

'RlmoHikl Q Wm. Ver^^nu 

Halifax N 8 A. Shatford 

Marquette M Geo. Armsirf>Dij 

Lanibton, E U... P Barol»v 

Addlngton O J. C. WallstH 

MuskokaAPS'd. O W. Whitiiutttnn 

Vaudreuii Q Alex. Morrison 

Assa J. M. Perej:rine 

Slmcoe. N R O Samuel llanev 

Missisquoi Q D. T. R Nje ' 

Waterloo, 8 R.... Daniel Lohr 
Hastings. E R.... O Oejrge Philips 

Leeds. 8 R Mrs. H. Bn wn 

Ontario. W R.... O Wm. Logan 
i'riuee Edward... O Thos. ShauDon 

Pictou JJ 8 E. McPhail 

Pictou N S A. F. Caniptirll 



Pictou N SiMlssA.E.MfLeod 

Terrebonne q;W. Touchette 

Pictou N 8] James MclionaM 

Yamaska Q Mrs. S. Btju. her 

Yamaska Qi Napoleon (iill 

King's N b;C. H. Whitiue 

Missisquoi Q|P. II. Titem .re 

Lisgar MiJ. M. Houi^e 

Bruce, N R o'Jos Bellam>re 

Essex, N U OiGilbert Bedell 

Missisquoi q! L. A. H. IIo|;le 

Selkirk M J. M. Fraser 

Alta J. H. Schofeld 

Alta S. Watson 

Ontario. N R 1. Cunningham 

Antigonishe ...N 8 A. McDonald 

JYork. W R C. W. Iliokh 

.Ontario, WR O Nelson Ma v 

(Kent N B T. D. Holmd-'n 

j Bruce, W R O John Dick 

iQueen'B P E I R. StevenK .n 

I Pictou N 8 Robert Mitchell 

Bruce. E R Robert Kr.\> 

'Carleton N B James Bni.Uey 

Corapton Q Arthur Gretier 

'Selkirk M Jas. Lothian 

Guysboro' N S Robert Peoples 

i St. John N B JohnGalbr.iith 

jQueen's P E I A. McDonii'. 1 

iQueen's P E1,M. J. Currau 

Frontenac Mrs. E. Rn ; 

GrenvUle, S R ... Wm. I'itt. "^.ii. 

I Prince P E I j Alfred Weace 

■Hastings, KR ... O John Gilespie 
■Pictou ......... N 8|D. D. Sntherlanii 

Northumb'd,W R o! John Jewill 

{Ottawa QII). Landreau 

iPrescott OIL. Charb»nr.ean 

I Victoria N S D. McKenre 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



01 



ITRICT. I POB TIIAaTtH. 

.. oIj J.MiTrTfw 
|l.... Mr«KMr(rH,k»n 
N 8 ThoK. Onlil.miih 
... g CalvlDlVriv 
N BiA. }(. Kid,., 
.. J R. JVrr\ 
N U J. H. Mur,l V 
I.... Wm Pur.vll 
... ThomHN (airni 
N ii A. .Miirvlidilse 
N H DoukIhh Itxjrd 
.. (^1 K. L. iit.w,ll 
,. U Juo. H. Rct.rti 
I.... O SuloDiiiii Opviii 
r H. () H. C. RcKrtH 
I.... OH. Doxll.. 

N U K. 8. I'HttTH 
.P K I Win. JiihiiM n 
.... John I)ii»>( II 
. N B Tlranthy MHii^uc 

O John II. (iiinl 

. N H Thonian U, ii»r.J 
P E I John IlrcnHt] 
I R. John Ciwhli v 
d,N B W. W. I'ric. 
. N S D. LeBlHtic 
. N B Ii. Oauvri,-!!. jr 
... . Q Pierre Marqui* 
. N 8 Wm. 8. HiMen 

Q Geo. Brnii»n.nu 

..N B A. Dt-N Brinav 

Q Wm. Vfrrmu 

. N 8 A. Shatfnril 
.... M Geo. Arniiiirf>ni( 
U... P BarolHv 
... O J. C. WalUi- 
S'd.O W. WhltiiUjiton 

Q Alex. Mnrrimn 

, Aflfui J. M. Perejirinp 

O Samuel HaiiOT 

Q D. T. R Nye ' 

I.... Daniel Lohr 
i.... O OearpH IMiilips 

Mrs. II. Br. WD 

I. ... Wm. Lonan 
rd... O ThoR. Shancnn 
...JJ8 E. McPbail 
. . \ S A. F. Canipl*ll 
,.. N S MlBHA.E.McLeod 

Q W. Touphette 

... N 8, JameH McllonalJ 

Q Mrs. S. Bull, her 

Q'Napoleon (iill 

.. N b;C. II. Whiti-Jit 

QlP. II. Titem .re 

.... Ml J. M. Moui<e 

O'Jo!) Bellauiire 

Gilbert Bedfll 

Q L. A. H. Hoirle 

Mi J. M. VrgffT 
. Alta J. II. Schof.eld 
. AlU S. Watson 

1. Cunningham 

...N 81 A. McDnnal.t 

DC. W. nicks 

O Nelson Mav 

...N BT. D. HolimJeD 

O John Dick 

.PE I R. StevpHK-ii 
... N 8 Robert Mitcliell 

Robert K^\> 

.. N B James Briniley 

Q Arthur GrfLier 

, . . M Jag. Lothian 
.. N S Robert Peofl.'s 
.. N B John Galbr.iith 
,P E I A. McDnnii'. I 
,P KIM. J. Ciirr.iu 

Mrs. E. Rr,.; 

I ... O Wm. Pitt. Mil. 
P E I i Alfred We.ijc 
I ... John Gllrspif 
.. N 8,D. D. Siitbf.rlanil 
IVRO'john Jewlll 

Qj I). Landreau 

0|l. Charb.inr.eau 

,. N S D. .McKenz'w 



rtMT orrirK. 



Kdtttfillt ... 

\jtiit 

iwnt Hay 



ILIOTORAL DIHTRICT. 



Hraiil. N R O 

Unark, 8 R O 

IilTurneM N 8 

int drove Queen'* P E I I 

lnMiit Harbour ... Halifax N 8 

».«i)t HIIU CnldhoKter N 8 

nut Home liipitar M 

4nt Uke Yarmouth N 8 

tot Point Ilalllux N 8 

«nt KidK« Charlotte N Bi 

jint River Queen's N 8 

hiiMDt Vale All)ert N B; 

,Kiiit Valley Ulnby N 8l 

^.oMDt Valley PIctou N 8 

ant Valley Yarmouth N 8 

ifaiit Valley Dundaa O 

iliiMntvllle { Lunenburg N 8 

lld'nit lAddington O 

fcier MIIIh MlddieHtx, E. R.. O 

Km Hollow l*odH, 8 R 

P.iiDPfr Paag Vancouver ....BO 

Kmnuth Road Il'ictou... N 3 

Jljmoutli Yarmouth N 8 

I'Tinnulh ..'. jCarieton N Bj 

l-mplon Selkirk M 

Jvmton 'Biifby N 8| 

R<l'".""»*>"- ....iQlouceater N Bj 

Ifykubaw JGIouceater N B 

l.>KoloKan |CliNrlotte N Ui 

lloliit Aconi Cape Breton... N H] 

l^iiQt Alexander K«-nfrew, N R.... O^ 

ll)iiit au Car Nortbumb'd... N B{ 

iMatCiear Victoria N8 

lUnUik Pic Charlevoix Q 

lieiDteau Bouleau . Sa^uenay Q 

iNate au Chfine . .. Ari{enteuil Q 

Mnteaux Pins Al^oma 

Mote aux Trembles I llochelai^a Q 

iMcteaux Trembles Portneuf Q 



■.■oloie ttux Origna ux 
■FiiDte Bleue 
|?ointe Claire 



Kaninuraaka Q 

Chicoutimi . . . . Q 
JacquesOartier... Q 

IPointe de Bute I Westnioreland.N B 

iMnte du ChSne. ... ! Westmoreland, N B 

iMntedu Lac St. Maurice Q 

lftin( Etwird |Lambton, W R... 

iMst Edward iCape Breton... N S 

iMot E.'cuminac ... Northuml)'d... N B 

lF)lDte 8eche Kamouraska. . . . Q 

Ihint Fortune Vaudreuil Q 

IMnte Gatineau .... Ottawa Q 

lUot Kaye .SImcoe, E K 

piut la Nim RestlKouche... N B 

Iruint Slicliaud 'Richmond NS 

IFolDtof Cape Antigonisbe... N 8 

iMnt Petre I Prince Edward... Q 

iNDtl'lftton JLotbluiire Q 

IPoInt Poplar I King's P E I 



fjint I'rim Queen's P E I 

J'ftinf Sl.CharUt... Montreal Centre. Q 

(.'oint St. Peter Gaspe Q 

l?oiatSapin Kent NB 

iFomtTravers Prince Edward... 

iPjint Wolfe Albert N B 

Ifoire Portneuf Q 

|Pi>lrier Kent N B 

Poland Lanark, N R 

iPollett River Westmoreland, N B 

IPolleyhurgt Quien'e N B 

iPolmont Northumb.,E R. 

iPjltloiore Ottawa Q 

iPiimeroy S<-lkirk M 

I'moroy Ridge Charlotte N B 

iPomona Grey, 8 R 

I Pomquet Chapel Antiffonishe ... N S 

PoDdsl Pictou N S 

Pond Mills Middlesex, S R.. () 

iPoosonby Wellington, C R. 

I Pont Chateau ISoulanges Q 

iPHitdu .Maskinongi MaHkinoiig6 Q 

iPoutUouge Portneuf Q 

iPoDtypooi Durham, E R . . O 

|PontViau ; iiaval Q 

Pwiiac King's N B 

Poole Perth, NR 

fuplar Algoma 

I Popl»r Grove ■ Algoma 



PODTMAHTKR. 

John Smart 
Goorge C. Mills 
Peter Mcintosh 
W. W. Duck 
Henry SliHlnut 
0. McLaughlin 
James .Madlll 
John Karl 
John \aufTts 
John Burns 
ItiifiiR C. lUndry 
R. A. 0)lpltts 
Leslie M. Craig 
Joliii Beaton 
Uobt. T. King 
8. Ellis 

Albert McKean 
G. W.W Dawson 
W. Smith 
Ithamer Knapp 
W. T. Colllnson 
T. D. McL.mald 
W. G. 81ms 
Nelfon Turney 
Edward Hudson 
Alex McDonald 
Michael Hayden 
P. J. Koley 
8aui.T Anderson 
D. J. Walker 
Jas. Mc.Anulty 
A. F. Russell 

D. McKenzle 
Hubert Warren 
JuH. Imbeauit 
T. Matthews 
U. Wood 
H. Provost 
Miss M. Grenler 
J. Bte. Hudon 
L, E. Otis 
Moise Leclerc 
ILC.D. Chapman 

E. McDonald 
Arthur Blron 
John F. O'Neil 
Mrs. J. Lewis 

Henry Phillip 
, A. Depjardlcs 
i E. A. St. Dennis 
John MacGrady 
Charles Kaye 
I Peter Stewart 
;8. J.CIannan 
i Hugh Mclnnis 
I James Scott 
{Joseph Ang6 
Peter Campbell 
Arch. McRae 
John 8kolth 
Geo. Pack wood 

F. Daigit' 
Abraham Cannon 

iW. M. Fowler 
I Lfo. PeruBse 
I Jules Queguen 
Mrs. G.ConnoiB 
;B. R. Colpitts 
; Hugh Wallaw 
M.Vanvolkei b'rg 
J. H. Bon sail 
Mrs. E. Curry 
Mrs. M. Pomeroj 
John S. Black 
Constant D\iong 
A. S. Orev 
Robert NIchol 
Jas. L. Halley 
J. B. Hesntr 
A. Saucier 
Miss J. B.irduieaE 
Tbos Slantoii 
T. Bwlanger 
James Kavilkuer 
John Kngel 
Thos. Sides 
iJas. Coward 



p.'/HT orricc. 



KLECTORAL DISTRICT. I POSTMAHTEK. 



Poplar Hill 
Poplar Hill 
Poplar Point 
Poqulock 
Port Acadle 
*lhrtagtdH f\irt 
l\/rlayela l\airie. 
Portaire River 
Port Albert 
Port Alma 

* I tirt Arthur 

Portaplque 

Portapiqua Mount'n 
Portaplque Rear . ... 

Port BU Persil 

Port Beckerton 

Port Bruce 

*IWt BurwM 

Port Caledonia 

l\irt Carting 

Port Clyde 

Port C<K-kburn 

*}'iirt Cnlhnme 

Port Credit 

*lWt Dalliirutit 

Port Daniel 

•Ptirt Dover 

•Ptnrt Elgin 

Port Elgin 

Port Elmsley 

Porter's 

Porter's Hill 

Porter's Lake 

Port Fiulay 

Port Felix 

Port Franks 

Port George 

PortGranby 

PortOreville 

t'nrl Hammond .... 

Port Haney 

P»>rl Hastings 

■ Pnrl Ilawkf.sbury . 

Port Hillford 

Port Hill J.. 

Pbrt Hood 

Port H(Kid Island ... 

•Port Hope 

Port Howe 

Pirt Joll 

Port LambtoD.... 

Portland 

Portland 

Ptirt la Tiiur 

Port Lb'tIs 

Port Lome 

PortMaitland 

Pinft Maitland 

Port Malcolm 

Port Matoon 

Part Mtdway 

Port Moody 

Port Midgrave 

Port Nelson 

Portneuf 

Portneuf Station . . . 

*Pnrt Perry 

Port Philip 

Port Richiuond 

* Pt/it Itobinson 

*Pbrt Rowan 

Port Royal 

Port Royal 

Port Ri/erse 

Port Saudfield 

Port Saxon 

Port Severn 

Portsmouth 

* Port Stanley 

*POrt Sydney 

Port Talbot 

CortuRuese Cove . ... 

Port Union 

Phrt Williams 

Port Williams Stat.. 

Pottcrsburg 

Powa<iBan 



Pictou N SjJobii .McrrisoD 

Middlesex. 8 R..O KIIR. Baiclay 

Marquette M G. M. .larknon 

York N B N. B Hill 

DIgby N 8 L. A. Melancon 

Pontiac QlJohn Amy 

Maruuette MlWm. W Miliar 

.N'orihumb'd... N bIl. Maixn.l 

Huron, W R OIThoM. Hawkins 

Kent OIJ. Cusaik 

Algoma Oj Frederick Jomhs 

Colchester N SjMrs. M. Slarritt 

Colchester N HiJanies L. Jeiiks 

Colchester N .S(). Precper 

Charlevoix Q C. Harvev 

duysboro' N S|G. 8. Taylor 

Elgin, K R 0|T. ThonipMon 

Elgin. E R OiW. Y. Emery 



Cape Breton... N 8 

HImcoe, E R O 

Bhelburne N S 

MuskokaAPb'd 

Welland 

Peel 

Lincoln 

Bonaventure Q 

Norfulk, 8 R 

Bruce. WR 

Westmoreland. N B 

Lanark, 8 R 

St. John N H 

Huron, 8 R 

Halifax N 8 

Algoma 

Gny('borough...N 8 
Lambton, E R ... 

Annapolis N 8 

Durham, W R ... 
Cumberland ... N 8 
N.Westminster, BO 
N.Westminster.BC 

Inverness N 8 

Inverness N 8 

Guysborough . . N S 

Prince P EI 

Inverness N 8 

Inverness N 8 

Durham, E R.... 
Cumberland ... N 8 

Queen's N S 

Bothwell 

Ueds. 8 R 

St. John NB 

Shelburne N 8 

Huntingdon Q 

Annapolis N 8 

Monck 

Yarmouth. ... N 8 
Richmond N 8 



MissM.Bi.utlllier 

B. II. Johnston 
J. F. Colli II 

II. Fraser 
L. G. Carter 
J. Hamilton 
Eugene F. Dwyer 
P. Sweetnian 
W. F. Tlblietts 
Mrs. Marv Hoy 
G. Sidclail 
Wm. Iluntir 
Wm. Porter 
Horace Newton 
G. K. Or man 
M. McLennan 
Miss .M. Boudrot 
J. B. Hasselwood 
A.T. Elliott 
Wm. Bradley 
Jane Elderkin 
W. J. Harris 

D. Docksteader 

C. S. McKeen 
Mrs. A. A. Beaton 
J. R. Hewitt 
Thos. Murphy 
A. C. Thompson 
Joshua .^mith 

E. J. Bttird 
C W. Elliott 
L. Robertson 
T Fitzpatrick 
W. H. Gailugher 
Andrew Myles 
9. MoK. Snow 

8. B. B. Carson 
J. P. Foster 
Mrs. R. MoKs 
W. S. Porter 
.Mrs. A. Malcolm 



Queen's N 8 Mrs. N. Leslie 

Queen's N 8 F. Cohoon 

N.Westminster.BC I). B. Grant 
Guysborough, N S .Mrs. R. Trltes 

iHalton Wm. Bamford 

Portneuf Q F. X. T. Ilamelin 

Portneuf Q Elz6ar Marcotte 

Ontario. N R J. W. Uuriibam 

Cumberland ...N 8 George Kina 

iKIchmond N 8 Lewis A. Murray 

Welland James .McCoppen 

•Norfolk, S R Miss McLennan 

Norfolk, S R II. W. Anderson 

Richmond N 8 .Mrs. E. LeBlanc 

Norfolk, S R Wm. H. Hyerse 

Simcoe. E R Enoch Cox 

Shelburne. . , , N S Joseph McLean 

iSimcoeE R O A. H. Meneilley 

Frontenac O'J. Campbell 

Elgin, KR O'M. Psync 

Musknka & P S'd O H. Q. Ladell 
Elgir, W R John Brown 

illalitkx N S Jf)hn Power 

Ontario, W R.... James Pratt 

j King's N 8 J. W. Fullerton 

I King's N 8 F. E. Forsvth 

Middlesex, E. R. Wm.0r8\ 
MMskoka A P S'd. John Clark 



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iKXT orrici. 

Pi>wiir«itan HtAtlon, 

PowmII 

PnwHriii'ourt 

Pownr'* OrtMk 

PowmhII 

PralrlH ilroTf 

Pni il'i n liitut 

Pr«im»HHU 

•PrttroU 

Pr«ii<|ir Ida 

I'r-pttiio 

•Pruiim 

Pr««t<in 



rMTMAITIK. 



Prottv lUver Vnlluy 
Prl<"« n Oorntjr 



Pr(ci<l)urxh 

t*f\t»y<ilU 

PrlHut Pond 

PrlMiit'ii Valley 

Prlinron* 

PrlncH AUMrt 

PriiicM Albnrt 

PrIncM Albert 

PrincH of Wiilei 

Prinoepiirt 

' PrincfUm 

Prlnowtowu 

Prinnetnwn Road ... 

Prlnoi»villn 

PrIncM William 

PriiicM WlllUm Stat 

Prlnyer 

Prospect 

Proapttct 

ProMer Rrook 

ProtRRtloiivllla .... 

Proton i^t.itlon 

ProvlJenr-a Bay 

PiiUlIc lauding 

Pubtiico Heaoh 

Puhnicn Harbour ... 

Puckahn 

PuKh'R CroHKing 

* l*Ujfwaiih 

Puffwai^h River 

Pnrbrook 

Punly 

Purlhrook 

Purple drove 

Purple Hill 

Purple Valley 

Purpleville 

PuiHnch 

Putuain 

Qaa(vi Road 

Quadra 

Qual Am Kboulem'nR 
Quai dt< Rimouski ... 

Qh'iinicha'i 

Qu'Appelle 

Qu'App'IU Statinii . 

*Qwb''C 

Qaeensboroiigh 

Qneeusbury 

Queen Hill 

Queenstou 

* Qiief,n Strf.et. EaU . 

Queensville 

QueenRville 

Quet^nfiville 

Qnerry 

(,rue»nelU 

QiiPSHHlle Forks. ,, , 

Quilchena 

Quiiian 

Quinn 

Quinnvllle 

QaiRibus 

Quispamslg 

'Qu'jon 

Rabl)lt Mountain ... 

Racine 

Radford 

Radstork 

Ragged Head 

Ragged lalaud 

Raglan 



■LICTORALDI«TIII01.| 

MiiMkoiia » P H'dO J. 0. Duncan 

Lanark, N U <) 0. Mahoimv 

Huntingdon Q A. M. VtaKoti 

Victoria N li P.O. liyraoi 

Qumin'i P K I John R. Moori< 

t'roVHtirhnr M J. V. RotMirtnuM 

Wentmoreland. N II VIUl Richard 
Peterboro', K R. o P .1. <lani>it)u 
Urenvllle. S R ... John Dowiley 

Orev, N R () John McKxnzIa 

lUllUx N 8 l> DeLoughrey 

Waterloo, 8 R. ... Carl NUpel 

Selkirk M Jainea Murdock 

Orev, K. R M.IIIIIImi 

fllmcoe. K R T. Pi Ice. nen. 

Victoria N II J W. flallop 

Orey, .S R Alei. Hrowu 

Klng'n P K I M. Gregory 

Vale-Kootenay,ilC Luc Olrouard 

Cardwell G<*orge Dnddii 

Haak Charlen .Malr 

Ontario, .S R ('. FallU 

Annapolli N H John W. Relgb 

iHt.John N B Mm. J.Calrni 

C')lrheiiter N S, J. Han derm in 

Brant, N R Fran. Oalbraith 

; Prince P K I H. K. Mackay 

Queen'H P KI R. McDonald 

Inverneii V .S John McMaiter 

York N B T. U. Kraror 

I York N B Wm. 0. Hatch 

I Prince Kdward... Thomaa Hur»t 

Unark, S R Wm. BurrowR 

'Halifax N S J. H. Powern 

'Albert N B D. H. Heenian 

Norihumberl'd.N B W. K. Baker 

Gruy, K R O Fred. Freeman 

Algoraa R. 8. Ogle 

Klng'ii N B J. 8. Smith 

dhelbnrne N S Moaea Larkln 

Yarmouth N 8 John Garland 

Bask G. Taylor 

York N I) J. PuKh 

Ouniberland... N S Ijevl Borden 
Cumberland... N 8 ThoR. A. Fraaer 

Ontario, N K <) J. Crockford 

HaRtlngH. N R ... Henry Oeunlion 
AntigoniNhe ... N 8 James Thompson 

Bruce, S. R John N. Logan 

I Durham. W K... () M. Hambiy 

Bruce, N R ThoR. Hamblv 

lYork.WR Mrs. J. Stump 

Wellington, a R. J. A. McDouald 
I MiddlARex, E R . R. McKenzle 

,8t.John N B B. D. Klrkpatrlck 

! Vancouver B C R. T. Swan 

Charlevoix Q Alexia Tremblay 

Rimouski Q L. 8t. Laurent 

Vancouver. ... BO W. P. Javneg 

Asia Wm. Sutherland 

j Assa S. H.Caswell 

Quebec Q A.O.Tourangeau 

! Hastings, N R. ... T. W. Jeffs 

]Y..-k N B W. Prescott 

Bruce, W R D. McKlnuon 

I Lin. A Niagara.. O J. A. Hamilton 
iToronto, Ka8< .... W. C. Price 

York, N R Jaa. H. Aylward 

Inverness N 8 D. J. McMasters 

King's N B J. Johnston 

Bonaventure Q A. Leblanc 

Cariboo B C Miss I. Barlow 

i Cariboo B C W. Stephenson 

Yale-Kootenay B C R. Charters 
Yarmouth. ... N 8 8. Gardner 

Kent P. W Richards 

Ottawa Q J.Gahagan 

Victoria N B X. Beaulieu 

King's X B W. Darling 

Pontiac Q W. H. Moredlth 

Algoma Daniel McPhee 

Shefford Q L. Belisle 

Pontiac Q J. A. Armstrong 

Joliette Q A. Arcbambault 

Ouysboro' N 8 D. McMasters 

Shelburne N S Louisa S. Allen 

Ontario, 3 R Watson Hodgson 



roMT orrniB. 

lUlltoiT'..."." ' 

Kaliiv Ulver 

Ralnham 

fUlnhaniOantre 

Kalphlown 

Rama 

KaiiisHy'i Cornara 

Ramsay . 

Randlxiro 

Randwick 

Kamlolph 

Ranelagh 

Rankin 

Raiiiiock 

Raper 

Raplile (le Kamnia ... 

Napiil City 

Rapids des Joachims 

Itapid River 

Rathburn 

Kalhn 

Ratlgan 

Ratter's Corner 

■ Hal IWtagt 

Kaven Lake 

Ravnnnii 

RavensclllTe 

Haven's Qlen 

Ravenshoe 

Ravenswood 

Raventwortb 

Rawdon 

Rawdon 

Rawdon Gold Mines 

Rayfleld 

Raymond 

Reaboro 

Reaburn 

Read 

Read 

Reading 

Rear of Baddeck Bay 
Rear of Ben Eoln.... 
Rearof Black River. 
Rear Little Judlque. 
Rear L. Sporting Mt. 
Rear Ball's Creek . . 

Reay 

Rebecca 

Red Bank 

Red Bay 

Red Deer 

Red Head 

Red House 

Kedickville 

Red Islands 

Red Mountain 

Rednersville 

Redpath 

Red Point 

Red Rapids 

Red Rock 

Red Wing 

Red Wood 

Rfedham 

Reedsdale 

Reed's Point 

' Htfjina 

Held'R Mills 

Reidway 

Reinland 

Relessey 

Renaud's Mills 

Renforth 

*Renfrew 

Renft'ew 

Renous Bridge 

Renton 

Repentigny 

Restoule 

Revelstoke 

Reynardton 

Reynolds 

Rhodes 

Rhode's Corner 

Rlceburz 

Richard's Landing . 



■UIOTiiKAL blKTRIIT.. riMTMASTIt. 
Aidrngton...~7rolja» (Vni.|l|y~ 

Aliionia 0{ WIIIUni('niii*roL 

H ttdimand 0[ .Miss Miintlwriror | 

llaldlmaud OiAbram II MijUrl 

."elklrk M W.J. Il..|||w»l| 

Ontario, N R Jaa. Md-hiraon 

Russell Robt. Itanuay 

Colchester .\ H Wm. RainNty 

Onmptou Q A. II. JouK* 

hlrac(»«, « R O John Bridal 

SImroo. K R O Then. Ilraa-Hur 

Norfolk, N R Benjamin Uk* 

Renfrew, N R. ... O John Gray 

Pontiac Q W. Rattray 

MIddleaez, H R... O JoM«ph llnwlMt 

Victoria N BIF. McOirmack 

Marquette MI). A. Ilipiwr 

I'ontlac Q A. McDciuiiall 

Alitiima O Jacob Smith 

OnUrio. N R SIrs.F Cii,l,Uh«s| 

Oxford, N R (}. Steedmnan 

York N B Thoa IUIImd 

King's N B John Wilson 

Algonnt <) A. J. Parsoim 

Marquette MJA. H ScoiiiHn 

Grey. K R .. O'Geo. Strncho 

MuskokaA PH'd. O'MIss A. Tipper 

Marquette .M'C. A. Itna 

York. N R O T. HlmlmaiNh 

[<anibton, k It ... Wm. NImiiio 
Muskoka k V .S'd. J. 0. Harvey 

Montcalm Q M. Skelly 

Hants N 8 Thomas Moxnn 

Hants N H R. McN«u,/htnn 



Selkirk M 

Muskoka ft PSd. 
Victoria, S R . ... 

LIsgar M 

Westmoreland N B 
Hastings, K R. ... 
Wellington, C R. 



W. W. Utimsr 
A. SulTern 
John Ilnlhert 
W. Patterson 
E. Read 
John 0. Ilanlty 
R. DonaMsoD 



Victoria N 8 John McKay 

Cape Breton... N 8 A. Olllli 

Richmond N S.M. Horrison 

Inveroess N SID. McMillan 

Richmond N 8 Wm. Urquhart 

Cape Breton . . N S , M. McMillan 

SImcoe, K K OiWm. Buck 

Middlesex, K R . 0|J. Henderson 
Northumberl'd.N B^Mrs. Sutherltna 

Bruce, N R OJ. MoKarlant* 

AltalLeonard Oaeti 

St. John N B,R. Connolly 

King's P E I J. Needham 

Orey, K K O'.lohn Wliceler 

Richmond N S M. McKenr.ie 

Compton QChoa. Smith 

Prince Edward... George K. Yott 

AssA John Biirnell 

Kings P E I John Robertxon 

Victoria N B|C. Roberts, jun. 

Algoma ON. Flanagan 

Grey, E R 01 J. L. O. Conkling I 

SImcoe. E R OlJohn Nixon 

Megantie Qj James Savsge 

Megantic Qi John Quan 

King's N B! J. B. Flewelling 

Assa! J. C. Irvine 

Dundas W. Reld 

Pictou N8 J.8. Reld 

Marquette M Jacob Kroecker 

CardweU OiRoliert Wilsou 

Kent N B!M. B. Loger 

Brant, N R Robt. Mahew 

Renfrew, S R . ... 0! Wm. McKay 

Hants N 8 D. McUuohlin 

Northumberl'd.N b'f. H. Jardlue 

Norfolk. N R Oi Mrs. Ann Kentoi 

L'Assomption QlP. X. O'Brien 

Muskoka 4 PSd. OjWm. Rradiey 
Yale4Kootenay.BC|T. A. W. Gordon 
Yarmouth ... . N S D. Andrews 
Northumberrd,NB B. Reynolds 

King's N8I. Nelley 

Lunenburg.... N 8 Daniel Dares 

Misslsquol Q J. V. BW 

Algoma John Richards 



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Inbn OrKv 
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li O. aUKdmnKn 

N R Thnt. ItHllKku 

N D John IV'lUon 

<> A. J.pKmnnii 

M A. H ScoiitHn 

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W. W. Utimer 
A. 8utr«rn 
John Ilnlhert 
W. Pittt«r«oD 
G. Read 
John 0. IIiiDley 
R. DnnaldHOD 
John McKay 
A. Onila 
N S M. Morriunn 
.N SID. McMillan 
N SiWm. Orquhart 
p.. NSiM. McMillan 

{ OiWm. Buck 

K H . 0' J. Ilenderaou 
irl'd.ND,Mra. Sutherland 

OiJ. MoFarJADti 

Altai Leonard Oaeti 
. N B,R. Connolly 
P E I J. Needham 

O'.lohn Wlipder 

. N S !M. McKenzie 

.... Q Chas. Smith 

ard... O George K. Yott 

Amm John Bnrnell 
....P K I John Robertnon 
N BlC. Robert«,jun. 
... 0!n. Flanaxgn 
,.. OIJ. li. O.Oonkiing | 

I OlJohu Nixon 

Q| Jamea Savnge 

Q I John Quan 

NBIJ. B. FlewelllDg 

... Asm J. C. Irvine 

W. Reid 

...N8 J.8. Reld 

M Jacob Kroecker 

Robert Wilsou 

.... N B|M. h.UfoT 

O'Robt. Mahew 

R....OIWIU. McKay 
.... N SID. McUuohlln 
rl'd.NBF. H. Jardlue 

R OlMrs-AnnUentOB 

on QIp.X. O'Brien 

PSd. 0|Wm. Rradley 
enay.BCjT. A. W. Gordon 

N S D. Andrews 
jrl'd.NB B. Reynolds 
N 3 I. Netley 
N 8 Daniel Darea 
... Q J. V. BI.e 
... John Richard! 



l>ltli«riy/( 

||Kh*rilvlll« 

IjIrkarJvllU 

liMt^Aucto 

luhlhucto Village 

Itifblaud 

IMm'""' Oirntr.. 

I'tKA monii 

|>KiM«i<m(i 

■•«tfAnt<m<l llitl 

|liekin»nd Station... 

I|j(hfl«w 

Ilyhirood 

liiJitauioiint 

llJilKotun 

JSidgflown 

IWKtitrlll* 

Ilklilifille 

ytntytwajf 

jliijliiy 

\tftud 

lUty Hruok 

IllnloKton 

IWnnuiA'i 

ltlDK»iK)d 

Ilipi*r 

Ibpun 

IbMy'i OoTb 

IbrarbaDk 

Ilf«rbauk 

Iti<«r lieaudette 

Itmr Ik, irgtthte .... 

Iliwr C'harlo 

lUfirdale...., 

liiferdale 

Itnir David 

lUrerds Ohute 

krer Uennla 

liirtr DennlaRoad... 

lUirr D6Rert 

IllTtrfleld 

lUrer Uilbert 

IVf. Qilb't a. Mlnea 

lllTtrllebert 

IliTir Hebert Bend . 
lilTerliebert.W.BIde 
T:.\x<r Inhab. Bridge. 

IbHrJohn 

liiTur John Road.... 

lllTer Joaeph 

Iftwr Louiton 

Ihter Philip 

Il»n-idaj« 

lUrtrndale 

IliwSlde 

yHivtrtide 

lUreri'lde 

IliTtnida 

Iliverside Corner . . 

Itlitratown 

IHierTlew 

Ill»er View 

iMreaClaude 

lilTlMltlaMartre. 
|li'i«re a I'Oun . . . 
lUtlere a Pierre. . . , 
lli'lerw au Rat ....... 

lU'iere aux Pins.'... 
iM'lire Boia Clair ... 
IIIMiredea Caches . 
llTi^redes Plan tea. 
IHriire des Prairies.. 
I'^n.duLotipien bat) , 
|»i' dii IxjupStat'n.' 

Ill'l^re Gagnon 

liirike la Fleur 

If'lire la Madeleine 
P'iere vlattawin ... 
Ifi'ierH Meakinac ... 

lii'lere Noire 

HWireOuelle 

|l"iir« St. Jean . ... 
||i'. Ste. Marguerite 
ly'.Trois Pistoles... 

Ili'ington 

IliTnlet 



ILICTORAL miTlllOT. 

Preacott.r. 

M^gaullo q 

Kent NH 

Kent N B 

Kent N B 

Ll^gar M 

CnrleUm N H 

Rli'hinoud Q 

Carleton 

Vork.W R O 

Richmond Q 

Marquette .\1 

Yoik, W K 

Brant. N R 

WelUuil U 

Poutlao Q 

tOltiln, W U U 

Monck 

ProTHUcher M 

Welland O 

Kent O 

Vaudreuil g 

Victoria N B 

Hastings, N R... 

Klmouskl Q 

OnUrio, N 11 

Bruce, d R O 

OtUwa Q 

Lunenburg 

Wellingtou, R. 

Carleton N B 

Soulauges Q 

Richmond N S 

Kestiitouche... N B 

DIgby N8 

Queen's P K I 

Ysmaska Q 

Carleton N B 

Inverness N 8 

Inverneas N 8 

OtUwa Q 

Cliateauguay Q 

Beauce Q 

Beauce Q 

Cumberland... N 8 
Cumberland.... N S 
Cumberland... N 8 

Richmond N 8 

Pictou N 8 

Colchester N 8 

OtUwa Q 

Restlgouche ... N B 
Cumberland... N S 

Bruce, KR 

Colchester N 8 

Albert N h 

York, E R 

N.Westminster.BC 

Inverness N 8 

tJanta N 8 

Wellington, NR. 

Grey, E R 

Albert N B 

Gaspe Q 

Gaap6 Q 

Chicoutimi Q 

Portueuf Q 

Champlain Q 

Quebec Q 

Lotblnl^re Q 

Northumberl'd.N B 

Beauce Q 

ilochelaga Q 

TemiRcouata Q 

Temiacouata Q 

Terrebonne Q 

MontmornncI ... Q 

Gaspfi Q 

Champlain Q 

Champlain Q 

Arthabaaka Q 

Kamuuraaka Q 

Sat;ucnay Q 

Saguenay Q 

Temlscouata Q 

Argenteuil Q 

Inverness . . . . N S 



PJIIMASTIIl. 



P. McLaurln 
Ii. Bernlnr 
C. I). 0<iru»l«r 
J. C Vaiitiiur 
V. J. Klibard 
I John llouler 
jRubt. .Mc in tyre 
r. 11. luster 
W. II. Butler 
.Matthew Teefy 
|li Jutra* 
Ijames Andemoii 
I David Watt 
David Kyte 
Jacob Lee 
I J. J. Ou-hing 
iL. 8. llanciH'k 
J. II. Thompson 
Wui. Wilkinson 
P. W. .Vnthony 
laaac Swarthoul 
MlaH.I.Cha^lelKll^ 
iJubn .M<'l)<>uuall 
'johu RImlugtuii 
Samuel CotA 
U. H. Silvester 
P. D. Molnnes 
J. B. 8t. Pierre 
Joaeph RItcey 
Mrs. M.Hollis 
R. W. Tompkins 
/. P. Ungluia 
G. 11. Bisaett 
P. Hamilton, Jul 
John U. Sabine 
J. A. McKay den 
J. B. Commeaull 
Joseph B. Porter 
R. McKenzie 
F. McDonald 
8 R. Brock 
Robert .McLeud 
L. UanCDurt 
J. T. La<!hauce 
M. K. Pugsley 
John Barnes 
J. U. Rockwell 
W. H. Morrison 
OeorKB Gordon 
MiasM.E.Waugh 
Thomas White 
Donald Stewart 
Mrs. G. Philips 
Wm. McDonald 
Miss B. A. Wall 
W.J. Oarnworth 
Henry Parry 

C. B. Sword 
David Dowling 
Miss McUougall 
John McGuire 
J.H. Peters 
T. W. Church 
T. Auclsir 
Jean Qautbier 
J. B. Gaudin 
Louis Saintonge 
Hercule Desilets 
F. Armstrong 
Alphonse Lord 
R. Savoy 
George Plante 
Louis Belanger 
Chas. A. Gaudry 
Felix Saindon 
Wm. Scott 
r. Lauf{loi8 
Daniel Ouellet 
IsHie Neault 
Loois Vaugenia 
A E. Beauchemln 
Mrs. V. Anctil 
B. Chambers 
J. Harvey 

Ij. G. Seton 

D. Mcintosh 
M. McDonald 



Ton OPPIOB. 

Roach's Pol axZ. ~. 

Koarh Vale 

RoiiKftson 

HutMirtaoo'a Point ... 
Itolwrtooii .SMtlon... 

Itoberval 

Itoblchaud 

Rol.lllard 

Hi^iinton 

Kolitnaon's Corners. 
Ki'l Insunvllle ...... 

Roliiullle 

Robins 

Rolilln 

Rob Roy 

RoliNon 

Rocaovllle . .' 

Rocliefort 

Kochelle 

KochastervllU 

Rock liarra 

Kockburn 

Rockdale 

Kockrteld 

Ro<-kford 

Rock Forest 

* Hitckingham 

R«>ckingham 

Rockingham Stat'n. 

Kiick luand 

Rockland 

KiKklarul 

Rockland HUtlon.... 

RocklliTe 

Rocklln 

Rockly 

Kocklyn 

Rockport 

Rockport 

Rockslde 

Uock Springs 

Hi)ckto>t 

Rockville 

Rockville 

Rockwell Settlement 
Kockway Valley .... 

Hockwood 

Rocky Bay 

Rocky Mountain ... 

Kocky Point 

Rocky Saugeen 

Roden 

Rodgerville 

' Rodnty 

Roebuck 

Roger's Hill 

Rogervllle 

Rollo Bay 

Rollo Bay Cross 

Rolling Dam 

Roman's Valley 

Romlly 

Romney 

Rona 

liondeau 

Ronoon 

Rose 

Koseberry 

Rosedal<> 

Rosedale 

Rosedene 

RoBehall 

Rose Island 

Roseisle 

Roaeland 

*Hosemont 

Rofieneaih 

Rose Plain 

Rosetta 

Roue Vale 

Rose Valley 

Ro.seville 

Roseway 

Roslin 

Roslin 

Ross 

Rossburn 



ILICTUltAL DISTRICT. 

YThT N R...'..~. O 

Guyshoro' N S 

KIniis N B 

Queen's N H 

MsgantIc Q 

OhIniutlnil g 

Westmoreland N II 

Russell () 

Coiiipton g 

Lunnnbiirg N S 

Restlgouche... .\ B 
Biinaventuro. , , .g 

Richmond N H 

(.ennoi O 

Grey, K R 

Drummond Q 

Assa 

Henflrew, N R. . O 

ShelTord Q 

Carleton O 

^King's P K I 

liiuntlngdon Q 

Hirhniond .... N B 

Leeds 8.R O 

Norfolk. N R U 

Hherbrooka . . . . Q 
Renfrew, 8 R .... 

Yarmouth N 8 

Halifax N 8 

Sunstead Q 

Russell O 

Westmoreland N B 
Westmoreland. N 11 
Renfrew, N R ... Ui 

Pictou N 8 

Cumberland ...N 8 

Grey, i: R 

Leeds, 8 R 

Westmoreland.N B 

Cardwell 

Brockvllle U 

Wentworth, N R. 

King's N B 

Yarmouth N 8 

Cumt)erland .. N 8 

OtUwa Q 

Wellington, 8 R.. 

Richmond N 8 

Pictou N S 

Queen's P E I 

Qrev.S B 

Selkirk M 

Perth, 8 R 

Elgin, W R 

Qrenville, 8 R ... O 

Pictou N S 

Northumberl'dN B 

King's PEI 

King's PKI 

Charlotte N B 

Guysboro' N 8 

Cardwell 

Rent 

Queen's PBl 

Kent 

Norfolk. NR O 

Cumberland . .N S 

Selkirk M 

Victoria, N R . ... 

Carleton NB 

Monck 

Prince Edward... 
Hastings, N R ... 

Selkirk M' 

Selkirk M 

Simcoe, S R 

Northumb., W R. 

Assa 

Unark, N R 

Albert N B 

Qnren's P E I 

Waterloo, 8 R ... 

Shelburne N S 

Hastings, E R ... 
Cumberland ...N S 
Renfrew. N R.... 
Marquette M 



rosTMASTIB. 



K. McCordIck 
Mrs .M. Munro* 
John Rolwrtson 
K. I, Colwfll 
Artbnr TaltM>t 
Joseph Dumala 
II Rolilchaud 
L Gravelle, Jun 
Ltiniuel Pope 
Ji'Ni'|i|i Robinson 
A. Rolmrlson 
Ernest Allard 
(iHorice LtBrun 
Wm. Paul 
Thomas Kreethy 
Ii;>rar<« uaguon 
A. 11. R. Bastlen 
Thos. Itoche 
A. Desauttila 
John Dixon 
R. Mrl><>nald 
A Oliver 
,D. A.Currie 
J. llerhlson 
iWm. livuion 
'Miss 8. .SIrops<>B 
;j. 8. J. Watson 
IL. Hamilton 
Tl'os. Pavne 
Miss J. \Vhltcber 
Miss J. Dent 
Jimes Taylor 
Hiram llicks 
W. 11 Mclntyrt 
Robt. Fraser 
Wm. Burnside 
W. H. Dodson 

C. Cornwall 
RufuH Ward 
John KIrkwood 
T. P. Moffatt 
David Bell 
J. L. Harrison 
ChsK. K. Weston 
Chas. D. Rockwell 
0. Sinclair 
Robt. Pasmore 
Chas. Doyle 
J. J. Sutherland 
John Smith 

D. McKecbnle 
ThonisH Seens 
Jas. Bonthron 
A. Humphrey 
A. Lawrence 
Jos. C. .McLeod 
D. KonUlne 

A. MacDougall 
Alex. Chalsson 
Robt. McKlnney 
D. Kelly 

B. Fanning 

C. Coats worth 
N. McKenzie 
W. Stirling 
Mrs. A. Burnett 
G. II. .Smith 
A. Kelso 
Moses McNeil 
W. E. Hoyt 
Cor. McKay 
R. McCartney 
John McKce 
Alex. Uegg 
J. D. McBurnie 
J. Cumberland 
J. J. Muirbead 
C. Stewart 
Robt McFarlane 
John Stevens 
Mrs J. McKtDzie 
M. Oinftrich 
Elijah Ilajrar 
Miss J. Hewitt 
Daviii Stewart 
Mrs. M. McLareo 
R. R. Ross 



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Rosn'Corner |Klug'H N8 D. B. Kohk 

*Rnssf.au IMiiskokii* I'Sd. Wm. Dltchburn 

RoBSuHu FallR I »iuHkoka& PS'd. Win. Snider 

RiiHSfir LiH^ar M!P. J. Sherlock 

Rush Mills i LbvIh Q Jobn Sexton 

Russni'Tw I Prince Kdward... W. W. I'oMt 

Ross Mount Durham, K. R. ... Jonhua UU 

Rossway ! Dinby N S .loHhua Reld 

Rostock t'arth, N K JuHtufl Kreuter 

Rothes 'Ontario, W R .... O Oharles Alcox 

Rothsdij Wellington, C K. W. H. Lowes 

RoUisaii [Ring's N B G. W. Sherwood 

Rou^e Hill ;Uutari», WR U T. Hoi bourn 

Rou);etai)nt jRouvillo Q Z Bati'helder 

Ronnil Hill iKlUh''« N U Wm. McLeod 

Jiuumt Hal Annapolis N S C. K. Spurr 

R<iund Island (Jape Breton .,N S (leorge 8. Dillon 

Round Lake | I'elerboro, K R... O Henry Qerow 

Round i'lains jNorlolk, N R O Mrs. K. Lutos 

Kounthwaite 'Selkirk M S Rounthwalte 



POST OFFIOX. 



ELBCTORAD OIRTRICT. POUTHASIFR,' 

St. Amour Prescott > H. St. AmouTi 

dt. Anaclet Rimcuskl QjO. Couture 

^t. Andre Avnlln ... OtUwa Q' II. N. Kaby 

St. Andr6 de Kam... ' KamouraHka Qi .^If Defjsrdin 

St.Andro ("e Shedlac Westmoreland N BIL. P. I^blanc/I 

St. Andrews iCharlotte NB" "" " 

St. Amlrews Antigonishe ...N S 

at. Andreivs, East.. Argentcuil Q 



8t. Andrews, Went... 
it. Andrews 



Routhirtr . . 
Rowan Mills 
Rowanton 



Prescott O J. (). I'oirier 

Norfolk, S R O .lohn Riddle 

Pontiac Q Hugh Grant 

Rowena i fuudas i) Thos. S. Carter 

RoWcna j Victoria N B Jas. K. SimmonH 

Rowland ISelklrk .MA. R. Ilyder 

Roxbiiry JAnuapolis N' S Wm. Gormley 

Roxburgh [Albert N B John Kelly 

Roxham St. Johns Q W. C. Kingsbury 

Roxlon l-hUs ic^hefford y John Wixid 

Roxton Pond SLetford QN. Normandln 

Hoyal Provtnoher M!j. A .Turcotte 

Royal Road .".!.'.. | York N BiChas. W. Kstey 

Royal Road, West... Y""!* N U Thomas Sanson 

Royalton Carletou N B G. Weade 

Rubv Ront'row, N. i'..... OiJ. Rankin 

Kuxby Simcoe, K R 01 James Ball 

BuiHseau a I'KauC'ei ^onhester Q G. Henderson 

KtiifSeau a Sem ] Rimousqui . . . . Q; Klzeir Ross 

Rnnnymede i Bonavonture QMrs. B.Wheeler 



Rupert 

Kusagornis 

RuNagornis Station 

Riiscom River 

Rnscom Station.... 

Kurth Poiut 

Ruskview 



Ottawa Q John Harris 

Suubury NB Abner Smith 

Suubury N B J. Alexander 

lissex, N 11 J. Uuprey 

Ksaex, N R u Juo. D Mathers 

Poterboro, E R. . Justus Alley 

Simcoe, S R Robt. Keid 

Russeldale Perth, 8 R .lohn Wilson 

Russell Russell W. R. Petrie 

Russelt-m Simcoe, N R . . . . O James Russell 

Ru8sv>ltown Chateauguay .... Q C. Struthers 

Rustlr-.x Queen's P K I' J. Gallant 

Uusticoville Queen's P K liDumlnick Buott* 

RutherOlen C«rletou NB E.D.Martin 

Kuther Gleu Nlpisslug K. McDonald 

Rutherford Bothwell O G A. Stephenson 

RuthvHU Kssex.SU Francis A. Wlgle 

Kuttanville Selkirk M W. D. Ruttan 

Ryckman'a Corners.. Weutworth, S R. O James Pyner 

hydal Bank Algoma W. R.Smyth 

Ry« Muskukai PS'd OWm. Parks 

Rylstoie Northumb., E R. 0. Allan 

Ste. Adele ... Terrebonne Q H. B. Lafleur 

Ste. Adelaide d.Pa'ws (iaspe Q, George Mau<i;er 

St. Adolplie de How Argenteuil Q Hubert Paquet 

Ht. Adrien Wolte y F. X. Charland 

St. Agapit Lotbiniere Q J. Paquet 

8t. Agatha Waterloo, 8 R ... 0; Anthony Kaisei 

8te. Agathe Proveucher Ml Ernest Bernior 

Ste. Agathe de Loth. Lotbiniere Q L. Bouliinger 

8t..\gathedesMon'8 Terrebone Q V. F. Forgett6 

Ste.AgndsdeCharl'x Charlevoix Q Rov. F. Gendron 

Ste.Agn^sdoDundee Huntingdon Q Thos. Rowley 

8t. Alm6 Richelieu Q Pierre Gelinas 

St. Alban 1'' 'tneuf Q Jean Savard 

St. Albert Russell Q Victor Fortlel- 

St. Albert Arthabaska Q D. Rheault 

St. Albert Alta H. W. McKennj 

St. Alexander Stat . Ivervillo Q Jocuph Bouvier 

81. Alex d'Iberville Iberville y A. A. L. Brlen 

Bt.AlexdeKam'rska Kamouraska y R. Fortin 

St. Alexis do Monte Montcalm Q Egide Omon 

St. Alexisdes Monts. Maskiuongfi y J. Bte. Drolet 

St. Alphonse Joliette Q F. M. Trudeau 

St. Alphonse Selkirk M J. A. De Cosse 

St.AlphonsedeQran ShelTord Q Antolne Cote 

St. Am6d6e Ottawa Q! R. Robinson 



Cornwall 

Lisgar M 

St. Andrews King's PEI 

it AnL'61ede Monn'r Rouvillo Q 

dte. Angdlede Laval Nicolet Q 

M. Anicet Huntingdon Q 

it. Anne jKen: N B 

Ste.AnnedeBellevue JacquesCartler... Q 
Ste. Anne deBeaupr6 Montmorency.... Q 

Ste. Anne de la Per. Champlain Q 

Ste.Anne des Monts., Gasp6 (} 

.Ste.AnnedesPlaines] Terrebonne Q 

St«.AnnelaPocati6ie Ksmnuraska C! 

Ste. Anne de Presc. I Prencott 

8t.A de Restigouche! Bouaventure ... Q 

Ste.Anne de Sorel. . Richelieu y 

St. Ann's ! Victoria N 8 

St. Ann's Provencher M 

St. Ann's Queen's P E I 



St. Ann's 

St. Anselme 

St. Anthony 

St. Autoine, Lotbl're 
St. Antolne, RlT.Ric. 

St. Antonin 

8t. Apollinaire 

St. Armand Centre... 
St. Armand Station. 

St. Arsene 

St. Athanasf 

St. Aubert 

St. Augustine 

St.Angustin,P'tneuf 
St. Augustin.TwoM. 

Ste. Barbe 

St. BarnabS, R.Yam. 
St. Barnab6. St.Mau. 

*St. BartheUmi 

St. Bazllede Poitn'f 
St. Bazile le Grand. 
St. Bazile Station ... 

Ste. Beatrix 

St. Benoit 

St. Bernard de Dorc'r 

St. Bernard 

St. Bernard .... 
St. Blandine . . 
St. Bonaventure 
St. Boniface . . . 
Ste. Brlgide 



Monck 

Dorchester Q 

Kent M B 

liOtblnlftre Q 

Verchftren Q 

Temiscouata Q 

Lotbiniere Q 

Missisquoi Q 

Msslsqnol Q 

Temiscouata Q 

Iberville Q 

L'Islet Q 

Huron, WR O 

I'ortneuf Q 

Two Mountains.. Q 
II\intlugdon . . , . Q 
St. Hyaclnthe ... Q 

St. Maurice Q 

Berthier Q 

Portueuf Q 

Chambly Q 

Portneuf Q 

Joliette Q 

Two Mountains.. Q 

Dorchester Q 

St. John's Q 

Digby NS 

Rimouski Q 

Drummond Q 

Provencher M 



Q. F. Campbell 


■ »(' 


DnncstiChisho 


■ SI' 


Thoinad Unib 


1 .'^t 


.Mrs. Maiterson 


H >( 


0. Kennedy 


^1 .'^t 


J. Macdonalij 


1 ^' 


llenoni LikcH, 


^1 ."^t 


Mrs. M. Dfciig 


H .<t 


F. 8. Hoiirgeaa 


H !t 


8. Baoni 


H (t 


T. tUymnnd 


1 !t 


Adolplie I'tiri 


^1 St 


Jos. U. Mari-ot 


^1 .<*! 


A. Tasseville 


H ^' 


D.Oaudt'tte.M 


■ S.l 


Mad. A. I,ev»ii(j 


H ^' 


Uobt. BrasHgn 


^M M 


Rev Cba.s. Ou 


■ St 


E. Latravcme 


H St 


Mrs. 1. McLeoi 


H St 


Isaie Hichfr 


■ 8t 


A. -Mnrphv 


■ St 


Joseph H. Mi 


H ^' 


L. V. H.rnier 


■ M 


Cyprlen Dionni 


■ St 


I'^dniond Inrut 


H St 


N. Cartier 


^1 St 


Miss 0. Fortin 


■ St 


E. Boucher 


H St 


A. Tltemoi 


■ St 


Peter Smith 


■ j)r 


V. Pelletier 


■ St 


P. Rignier 


■ iu 


A. BlalK 


H S: 


W. J. Blckle 


■ S: 


Felix Kast 


■ St 


J. B. Ouellettj 


H s- 


N Lemieu.x 


H ^t 


A. Bouvler 


■ St 


F. Rellmare 


■ St 


Miss C. Svlveat 


H St 


D. Collette 


■ ^t 


E. Lalumiere 


■ St 


C. A. DelaKe 


^ sr 


0. L.dltMarMili 


H ^( 


Severe Daoupt 


■ St 


L. C. Oeuest 


■ St 


J. B. Bedard 


■ 8t 


James Iloldeo 


H St 


Rev. A Premoi 


^1 Sr 


0. Salnis 


■ St 


L. Lafranchine 


■ S: 


G. D. Laniaich 


^1 St 


N. D. lloude 


H St 


J. M. Cote 


H St 


Emma Coti' 


■ St 


G. Fitzgibbon 


■ S; 


A. Perrault 


■ S( 


J. H. Crepeau 


■ St 


John Makerett 


■ 8: 


F. X. Oingra* 


■ St 


Mrs. M.Duohei 


S St 



. „ Iberville Q 

Ste.BrigittedesS'lts Nicolet Q 

St. Bruno Chambly Q 

St. Bruno de Kam. Kamouraska Q 

St. Bruno Station... Chambly Q 

St.Calixte, Kilkenny Montcalm Q 

St. Camiile IWolfo Q 

St. Canut* iTwo MountainB.. Q 

*St. Casimir Portneuf Q 

St. Cassien des Caps, j CharleToix . . . . Q 

St. Castin i Kent N B M. L. Jaillet 

Ste. Catherine | Portneuf Q' Pierre J ulien 

Ste. Catherines Riv. Queen's N SjDon'ld McDonal 

* St. Catharine! i Lincoln 1 Robert Lawrle f 

Ste. Cec.de l^vrard.'Nioolet Q'L. P. Beaudet 

St.Cecile'ieWhltton.Compton Q AohelaH Loubm 

St.Cfiiestin iNlcolet QMrs. VK'neaultj 

■^St. dsaire Bonvllle Q C. Popin 

St. Charles JLisgar M Henry Hurke 

St.CharlesdeCaplanl Bonaventure Q Joseph Cyr 

St.Chas., Riv. Boyer Bellechasse Q Ed. Bilideau 

St.Cha8.Riv.,Rioh'u St. Hyaclnthe ... Q Miss. M. I^BIaj 

ate. Christine j Bagot Q Rev. J. Tourig^ 

St. Chri/sostnme Chateauguay Q I. .1. L. Deromel 

St. Clair Siding I Essex L. Souchereau | 

Ste. Claire | Dorchester Q J. E. Caouett* i 

St. Clements [Waterloo. N R... J. L. Kroet«h| 

St. Clement jTemiscouata Q George .Uril 

St. Olet Soulangei! Q A. Borque 

Ste. Clothllde Arthabagka ..... Q 0. GMlnas 



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0. Couture 
II. N. KHby 
Alf Decjurdlni 
li. P. Leblanc. 
0. V. Campbell 
DnncmiChishol 
TijotiiHs Lanibl 
Mra. MastcrsQi/ 
Q. Kunnedy 
J. MacdonaM 
HHtinni l/ii.«||J 
-Mrs. M. D^silei 
F. S. lliMirReau 
S. Baom 
T. Kayniorid 
Adolphe Hri 
.loH. U. Marr-otI 
A. Tasaeville 
D.(Jaud('tte,MJ 
Mad. A. UtwJ 
itobt. Urasnardj 
Rev Cbaa. Oa 
K. Latravcme 
Mra. I. McLeoi 
IbbIp Hichpr 
A. .Miir|ihy 
.loRpph H.'Snid 
li. V. H..rnier 
(J.vpricn DionnJ 
Kdiiinnd Iiarui] 
N. Cartior 
MisR 0. Fortln | 
K. Bnticher 
A.Tltemoi 
Peter Smith 
r. Pclletier 
P. Kignier 
A. BUi8 
W. J. Bickle 
Felix Kast 
J. B. Ouelletlj | 
N Lemieux 
A. Boiivier 

F. Btllmarc 
MiR8 (J. Sylved 

D. Collette 

E. Lalumiere 
C. A. Oelane 

G. l..ditMurMild 
Severe Daousl | 
L. C. neueht 

J. B. Bedard 
■lames Iloldoo 
Rev. A Premffl 
0. Salnis 
L. [iHfranchiiiel 
0. D. Lnniarohq 
N. D. lloude 
J. M. Cnte 
Emma Coti' 
O. FitzKibbon 
A. Perrault 
J. H. Crepeau 
Jotin Makeretbl 
K. X. OinKran 
Mrs. M.Duehe8l( 
M. li. Jaillet 
Pierre Jullen 
[ Don'ld McDonal 
i Kol)ert I/awrle | 
! L. P. lieaudct 
AobelaH LoubitI 
MrH. Vli;neaiilt| 
0. Popin 
Henry liurke 
Joaepli Cyr 
Ed. Bibideau 
Miss. M. 1*BI«< 
Itev. J. Tourigrf 
I.J. li. Deronul 
L. Soucliereau f 
J. E. Caouettf I 
J. L. liroetuchl 
George Afril 
A. Borque 
0. G61iDas 



POST orrici. 

atXoiotiillde deCbat 

M.Coliimbin 

St. Come 

it. Constant 

jt. Croix 

St. Croix 

S'. Ornix 

St. Cunegunde 

St Ciitlibert 

St. Cuthbert Station 

St Cyprien 

.St. Cyr 

St.Cyriac 

St.Cyrillede 1,'lBlet 
St.Cyrille de Wend. 

St Dariiase 

St. Uamase de Rim. 
S' DiimaHe dea Auin 
St.Damie.deUrandou 
S.Damieu de Biickl'd 
St David de Lfivls... 

St David's 

St.Deuiadela Bout're 
St Denis, Riv. Ricli 

St. Didace 

8t. Oom. de Bagot... 
St. Dominique Stat. 
St. Uom. deg Cudres 

St. Donat 

St. Uonat de .Mont... 

Std. Dorotbee 

Si. Edouard de Nap 
St. Kd. de Frampton 

St. Kdwidge 

St. Eleanofi 

St. Eleuthere 

St. Elie 

8ce. ElizalMth 

St. Elmo 

8:. Eloi 

St. Elphege 

S:. Elzear 

Me. E. de I'Energie. 
8t. Ephrern do Tring 
3:. Ephrem d'Upton 

St. Ksprit 

St. Esprit 

St.E.de BeaubarnolK 
St, EtiennedeBolt'n 
St. Etienne des Gres 
S; Et. dii Saguenay 

St. Eugene 

St.FiUg.deQrantham 

St. Eulalie 

St. Kusdlra de Oaimno 

St. Euitac'ie 

St. Hvar. de Forsytli 

St. Fabien 

St. FauNtln 

3t«. Famine ....... 

St. Felicien 

St Eellclte 

St. Fdix (it Valois... 

St. Ferdinand 

8t. Fereol 

St. Fideie 

Ste. Flavie 

Ste. Flavie Station . 

8t, Flavien 

Ste. Flore .. 

St. Fortunat 

St. Foy 

S. Francois. Beauce 
St. Francois de Sales 
St. Fran. d'Orleans. 
St. Francois du Lac. 

Ste. Franciiise 

8t Francois. N. East 
St Krancoid.Mont'ny 
St. Francois Xavier. 
.""t.FrHn.-X.deViger 
St.Fr.X.de Biompt'n 

St. Frederic 

St, flab, de Brandon 
St. flab, de Montreal 
St Gabriel Station . 
81. Qedeon 



ILKCTORAL DI8TRI0T. 

Chateauuuay ... Q 
Two Mountains.. CJ 

Joliette Q 

Lapralrie Q 

Hants N S 

York N B 

LA)tl)lni6re Q 

Hochelaga Q 

Borthler y 

Berthier Q 

TemiscDiiata U 

Kicbmoiid Q 

Glilcoutimi Q 

li'Islet Q 

Druramoud Q 

St. Hyacluthe ... Q 

Riuiou.tki Q 

VIslet Q 

Bertbler y 

UullechasHe Q 

lievis y 

Mu. & Niagara... (> 

Kamouraska Q 

St. Hyaclnthe ... y 
Mashinnu) e . . . . y 

Bagot y 

SoulanL'es y 

SoulantreH y 

KimouHki y 

Montcalm y 

Lav.tl Q 

Napierville y 

l>orchester ^y 

Compton Q 

Prince P E I 

Kamouraska. . . . y 

St. Maurice Q 

Joliette Q 

Glengarry 

Temiacouata Q 

Yamaska y 

Beaiice Q 

Joliette Q 

Beauce Q 

Bagot Q 

Montcalm Q 

Richmond. ... N .S 
Beauharnois, . . . Q 

Brome Q 

St. Maurice Q 

Saguenay Q 

Prescott O 

Drummond Q 

Nicolet Q 

Temiacouata y 

Two Mountains. Q 

Beaiice Q 

Rimouaki Q 

Terrebonne Q 

Montmorency ... Q 

Ohipoutlmi y 

Rimouski Q 

Joliette Q 

Megantic y 

Montmorency.... y 

Charlevoiit Q 

Rimoushi y 

KimouHkl y 

liOthlnlere y 

Champlain Q 

Wolfe y 

yufbee y 

Beauco y 

Laval Q 

Montmorency ... Q 

YainAFka y 

Temlscouata, . . . y 

Beaune y 

Moutmagny . . , . Q 

LIsgar Jii 

Tt-miacouata Q 

Kicbmond y 

Beaiine y 

B-rthler Q 

HocheU'.'a Q 

Portneuf Q 

Cbicoutimi Q 



P08TM«8TER. 



' Francis Dextras 
M.J. Pholau 
Alpbonse Labinf 
J. 0. Longtin 
D. Mosher 
D. flallagber 
J Haniel 
O. N. Ducbarmt 
lO. N. Paquin 
MaiTies Morin 
Ifl. Dallaire 
j It. E. Dyson 
'.lean Deyhcnes 
iJ. B, Cloutler 
Mrs L Brassard 
P, II Petit 
A, Lan^lais 
F. Belaiiger 
Mrs. J. Desbaye^ 
J flagiie 
Mrs. J. Hall6 
Samuel Read 
•losepb DioDue 
A. Durocber 
Klzijar Germain 
Victor Vacbon 
Richard Tyner 
L. O'lwn 
K. Hudun 
J. 0. Lachanelle 
0. Valei|uette 
J. Blain 
Mrs. B. Conroy 
Gaspard Boulay 
R. H. MacDonald 
F. Garneau 
K. liacerte 
M. Roblllard 
D. A. McDougall 
S. Lapointe 
A. Parent 
Jean liilodeau 
A. Bazlnais 
Olivier Begin 
C W. Warner 
C Dali^ 
D. Matheson 
J. U. Bedard 
Louis Poullo 
Ultloric Urunelle 
Flugh P Blair 
V'ietor Lalon''ie 
J. Rondeau 
Narclsse Legria 
Rev. J. .Andette 
Philias Gauthier 
Honore Blais 
Adolpbe Qagnon 
Hector Cote 
F. X. Asselin 
Louis F. Roy 
H. Gagnon 
Max Crepeau 
Arthur Pclletier 
Pierre Berube 
Achille Bherour 
lieon Langlois 
Auiuste Cote 
L. Bedard 
F. Vincent 
D. St. Pierre 
Felix Belleau 
Dr. B. Desrochers 
Clovis Gascon 
Emilien Pepin 
F. E. N. Boucher 
N. BpHulieu 
P. F. Reneault 
K. C. Boulet 
P. McCaughau 
Q. Caron 
Rev. J. liOvesciut 
F. X. Plante 
M. O'Heir 
II. D. Cote 
A. W. I.andrlgan 
C. Uucheitnay 



PObT o;fio(. 

Ste. Gen<)Vleve 

Ste. Orn. (If, Balitean 

"St. Gvrrgt 

St. George, Beauc«... 
*{it. Gtnrge, Brant... 
3t. Geo. de Windsor 

St. G»orge Est 

St. George's Channel 
St.G.deMontarville 
St. G. de Grantham. 
8t G de Kamouraska 

Ste. Gertrude 

St. Gervais 

St. Giles 

'St.. Orfgoirc 

.St. Gulll me d'Upton 
Ste. Helene de Kam. 
Ste. Ilelene de Bagot 
Ste. Hel. de Chester 

St. Helen's 

Ste Henedlne 

St. Henri de Levis . 
St. Henri de Mont'l 
St. Henri Station ... 

St. Hermas 

St. flermeuegllde ... 

St. Hilaire 

St. Hilaire Station... 
St. Hilaire Village... 
St HIpp.deKllkenny 

St. Honor- 

St Hubert 

St. Hugues 

*St. ffi/a(nnthe 

St. Ignare 

St. trenee 

St.Isidore, Dorch'ter 
St. l8idore,Laprair{e 
St. Isidore .... 
St. Isidoie Juni;tiou 
St. Isidore de Presc't 
St. Ives 

* St. Jacob's 

St. Jacques 

St Jacques leMinenr 

St. James 

St. James Park 

St. Janvier 

St. Jean Baptlste. ... 
St J.Bp. de Montreal 
St.J.Bp.deRouville 
St. Jean Chry. Lovig 
St. Jean de DIeu.... 
St. J. des Ohaillmu . 
St. Jean de Matba... 
St. Jean d'Orleans... 
St. J. I'Evangellste. 
St. Jean Port Joll...] 

*St Jf.rnmt 

St..Toachim de Mont. 
St.Joach.de Shefford 
St.Joach.Rlv.Ruso'm 

St. John 

St. John Suburb 

* St. John's, East 

St. John's, West . ... 
St. Joseph d'Alma... 
St. Joseph de Beauce 
St. Joseph de Lepage 

St. Joseph 

St, .Toseph 

S. Joseph de Levis 
St. Joseph de Sore I 
St. Joseph du Lac... 

St. Jovlte 

St. Jude 

Ste. Julie de Verch. 
Ste. Julie de S .>nier't 

Ste. Julienne 

St. Justin 

St. Just, de Newton 
St. Lambert de Levis 
St. Lambert, Mont. 
St.Laure't d'Orleans 
St. Laurent, Mont'l 

St. Laurent 

St. Ltwrence 



ELECTORAL SIETRICT. POSTMASTER. 



Jacques Oarlier. Q 

Champlain y 

Charlotte ... N B 

Teauce y 

Brant. N R 

Richmond Q 

Beauce Q 

Klchmond N S 

Ottawa Q 

Drummond y 

Kamouraska (J 

Nlcolot y 

BellecbasHe y 

Lolbiniere y 

Nicolet y 

Drummoud y 

Kamouraska. . , . y 

Bagot y 

Arthabaska . . . . v) 

Huron, W R (» 

Dorchester . . . . y 

Levis y 

Hochelaga y 

Levis . y 

Two Mountainn. Q 

Stanstead y 

Victoria N B 

Ronvllle y 

Rouvllle y 

Terrebonne y 

Beauce Q 

Cbumbly y 

Bagot y 

St. Hyacinthe ... y 

Kent N 15 

Charlevoix y 

Dorchester y 

Laprairie y 

Gloucester ... N 15 

Lapralrie Q 

Prescott O 

Middlesex, E R . O 
Waterloo, N R... 

Montcalm y 

liaprairie y 

Lisgar M 

Middlesex, 8 R... O 

Terrebonne y 

Provencher .... M 

Hochelaga y 

Rouvllle y 

Levis y 

Temlscouata. . , . y 

Lotblnlere y 

.Joliette y 

.Montmorency. . y 

Bonaventure y 

L'Islet y 

Terrebonne y 

Montmorency. ... y 

Shefford y 

Essex 

8t..Tohn N B 

yuel)ec Q 

St. .Fohn's y 

Welland O 

ChleoutimI y 

Beauce y 

Rimouski Q 

Westmoreland, X 15 
Autigonishe... N S 

Levis y 

Richelieu y 

Two Mountains, y 

Terrebonne y 

St. Ilvadnthe ... y 

Verclii'reg y 

Megantic y 

Montcalm y 

Maskinonge . . . . y 

Vaudreull y 

Levis Q 

Chambly y 

Montmorency ... y 
.laoques Car'tier. Q 

Lisgar M 

Frontenac 



Godlrni Roileau 

D. Lacourcier 
K. H. O'Brien 
Hubert Catullirr 
Chas. P. Keefer 
F. X. Key 
liOuis Miiioon 
Anitus .Mclnnis 
P C Benoit 
•Miss K Pare 
•loseph Moieau 
Leon Ohampoux 
(lerv,iiM Carrier 
George Cote 

J. .\ Poirier 
Joseph Jasmin 
Paul Der saint 
Louis Lucier 
Hector Pa.i eur 
Robert Murray 
JoHfiph Mercler 
Gilbert Hoy 
V. BlsM)nuette 
George Ut-mers 
P. E. Clalroux 
li, Latoiirneau 
Honore Cyr 
Felix Martin 
K. Gimlet 
F. X Hegimbal 
15. Taufuay 
F. Robert 

E. I.at'nntaine 
Camille LuRsier 
N. B. L6ger 
Joseph Gosselin 

lAiitciine Nadeau 

F. T. Langevin 
Ohas. de I.egard* 
F. Baillargeon 
Joseph Parent 
Thomas Howard 
J. L. Wideman 
7.. Cloutler 
Mr,^. E. Poirier 
Wm. F. Lane 
John Taylor 
•Fos. Desroches 

P. Parenteau 
Emile Hubert 
li. G. E. Goulet 
Mrs. I). Gosselin 
Bev. L Arplu 
K. Cb^ndonnais 
J, U. Lippe 
F. X. Turcotte 
.Mrs. M. Ouellet 
Marie Fournier 
E. Marchand 
Isaie Simard 
.loseph Bachaud 
Eugene lieulet 

E. Willis 

L. 15. Demers 
Jas. McPherson 
John Misener 

F. Gagne 
D. Moriaet 
Mrs. H. Houssel 
Alfred Roy 

A. McGillivray 
Edouard Ituel 
Rev. A. Bouvier 
J. Legault, Jun 
J. Charbonneau 
J, B. V. Ijemay 
J. Collette 
Louis Roberge 
Jos, Rncette 
E..M. Chapdeleint 
M. Menard 
0. Dion 
D. 0. Davis 
.loseph Chabot 
J. LeCavalier 
A, G. Hepworth 
S. D. Woodman 



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POST OFFICE. 



at. Lazitre de U«ille'« 
St.Lszare de Vaudr'l 

St. Leon 

St. LuOD 

St. Leonard d' Aston 
St. Leonard Station 

St Leonards 

St. Llbolre 

St. Llguorl 

St. Louis du BouBOc'rg 
St.Louis deQoQzaguu 
St. Louie dtf Kent. . 
St. Louis de Ua Ha 

Ste. Louise 

St. Lu>: 

Ste. Luce 

Ste. Luce Station.... 
Ste. L. de Doneaster 

Ste. Madeleine 

St Magloire 

St. Mtlacbie 

St. Malo 

St. Mare 

St. Maroel. 

St. Margaret's 

Ste. Marguerite. . . . 
iSt«. M. de Monnoir. 

St«. Martlte 

St. Martin 

SU. Martint 

St. Martin' t 

*St.Mary'» 

St. Mary's 

St. Mary's Ferry.... 
Ste. Mary's River ... 

St. Mary's Road 

St. Matliias 

St. Matliieu 

St. Maurice 

St. Maurice Forges.. 

Ste. Melanie 

StMiclieldeBellecti. 
St.MictieldeNprTl'e 
St. Michel dos Saints 
St.MiclieideVVent'li 

St. .Modesto 

St. Moise 

St. Moise Station .. 
St. Mon.deux Mont. 
Ste. Mon. de Nicolet 

St. Narcigse 

St. N6r6e 

St. Nicholas 

St. Norbert 

St. Norbert 

St. Norl)ert 

St. Octave 

Bt. Odilon 

8t. Ola 

Bt.0n6siine 

St. Ouge 

8t. Ours 

St. PacOine 

St. Pamphile 

St. Paschal 

8t. Patrick 

St. Patriclc 

St.Patrick'RChaanel 
Bt. Patrick's tlill ... 
Bt. Paul de la Croix 
Bt. Paul d'Industrie 
St. I'aulduButnn... 
St. Paull'Hermite... 

St. Paul's 

St. Paulin 

St. Paul's 

SI. Paul's Bay 

St. Paul's Station ... 

St. Perpetue 

St.B'ier's 

St. Philippe de Lap. 
St.Phild'Argenteuil 
St. Philippe deN6ry 

Ste. Philomfene 

Ste. P. d'Kchalllous 

St. Pie 

St. Pie 



ILCOTOHAL DISTRICT. 

BellucLasse Q 

Vaudreuii Q 

MaskinuDge Q 

Selkirk M 

Nicoiet Q 

Victoria N B 

Victoria N B 

Uagot Q 

Montcalm Q 

KichvilHU Q 

iieauharnoiH . . . Q 

Kent N Q 

Tomibcouata . . . B 

L'Islet Q 

St. John's Q 

Kimouski (j 

Rimouiki Q 

Terrel)onne , . . . Q 
St. Hyacinthe... Q 

Bellechasse Q 

Dorchester Q 

Compton Q 

! Vercb6reB ...... Q 

'Richelieu Q 

King's PEI 

Dorchester Q 

Bouvlile Q 

Vaudreuii Q 

Laval Q 

Chataeuguay . ... Q 

St. John NB 

Perth, SR 

Kent N B 

York NB 

Quysborough...N S 

King's P U J 

Rouville Q 

Rimouski Q 

Champlain Q 

St. .Maurice Q 

.loliette Q 

Bellechasse Q 

Napierville Q 

Berthier Q 

Argenteuil Q 

T^miscouata Q 

I Rimouski Q 

Rimouski <4 

Two Mountains . Q 

Nicolet Q 

Cliamplain Q 

Bellechasse Q 

L6vi8 Q 

Berthier Q 

Kent N B 

I Provencher M 

{Rimouski Q 

Dorchester Q 

Hastings, N R ... 

Kamouraska Q 

Russell 

Richelieu Q 

iKamouraska Q 

L'Islet Q 

Kamouraska Q 

Simooe, 15 R .... 

iTemiscouata Q 

Victoria NS 

Arthabaska Q 

Temiscouata Q 

Joliette Q 

.Montmagny Q 

L'AsHomption Q 

Kent N B 

Maskinongd Q 

I'ietou N S 

Charlevoix Q 

Perth, 8 R 

Nicolet Q 

Richmuud N 8 

Laprairie Q 

Argenteuil Q 

Kamouraska Q 

Chateauguay Q 

Lotbinl6re Q 

iBiigot Q 

Provencher M 



POSTMASTER. 



L. Kenneur 
U. Thaurlctte 
K. Lesage 

F. J. Messner 
Joseph Picher 
L. C. Akerly 
Patrick Martin 
P. S. Beauregard 
T. Q. Belleville 
A. St. Martin flli 
L. Vachon 

A. Legftr 
A. Thibuult 
U. Potviu 
M. Marse-> 
J Tremblay 
A. Lslierge 
Noe Forget 
I. RainvUle 
P. Tanguay 
0. Duncjin 
L. Qendron 
P. Duvernay 
O. Angers 
D. B. Feehan 
J. B. Cadrin 
L. Qatien 
M. Berthiaume 
Dr.R J.Charette 

A. Htibert 

Mrs J. S. Mother 
Peter M. Nicol 
0. O. LeBlanc 
0. L. Estabrooki 
T. A. Martin 
James Oormley 
8. Bertrand 
T. LevSque 

G. K. Bistodeau 
J.B. Beauchemin 
Fabien Mldiaud 
G. Forguex 

P. Laberge 
H. Qendron 
M. Meilletire 
S. Chouiuurd 
Joseph Smith 
J. Vaillancourt 
D. Leonard 
J. U. Biron 

D. Cloutier 
Rev. J. B. Breton 

B. Paquet 
Mrs. N. Roch 
J. J. Richard 
Glie Bri8«t>ois 
Narcigse Richard 
J. Drapeau 
Wm. Morton 
Chas. Ouellet 

0. St. Onue 
H. Duhamel 
Alex. Iludon 
Alfred Caron 

E. Bloudeau 
Bazile .Payment 
J. 0. Picard 

J. McNaughton 
Phil. Hebert 
Alex. Boucher 
Joseph Guilbauli 
M. St. Pierre 
Joseph Marion 
Joseph Bernard 
P. Desmarais 
D. McDonald 
MisH V. Clement 
A. Thorn 
T DScoteau 
R. G. Morrison 

F. C. Ijarose 
K. Leblanc 
Fr. Deschene 
Mrs.M. D'Amour 
H. Tousi)(nant 
A. Gauthier 
Rev. N.O. Jutras 



POST OFFICE. 



St. Pie de Quire.... 
St. Pierre Baptiste . 
3t, Pieire d'Orleans 
it. Pierre les Becquets 
St. Pierre, Montma'y 

St. Placide 

St. Ptdycarpe 

St. Prime 

St. Prosper 

St. Prosper de Dor.. 
St. Raphael, Kast. ... 
St. Raphael, West... 

*St. Raymond 

St. Redempteur. . . . 

St. Regis 

St. Rimi 

St. Remi de Tingw'k 
St. Kemi d'Amherst 

St. Robert 

•a. Roch de Qutbfc. 
St. Roch de Richelieu 
St.RochdesAulnaies 
St.Rochl'Achigan... 

Bt. Romain 

Ste. Rosalie 

dte. Rose 

St. Rose de Watford 
Ste. Rose du Degele. 
St.Sam.de Gay hurst. 
St.Sauveurdes Mon. 
St. Sauveurdt. Quebec 

Ste. Scholaitique ' 

St. Sdbastien 

St. S6v6re 

St . S. de Beaurivage 

Bt. Simeon 

St. Sim. de Rimouski 
St.Simon deYamas'a 

St. Sixte 

St. Sophie de Megan. 
St.Sophie deLacorne 
St. Sophie de Lb vrard 
3' otanislas de Cb'n 
St. Stanis.deKostka 

■St. Sle.pken 

St.Sulp'-fl 

SI. Sylvetter, East ... 
St. Sylvetter, Wt*t ... 

Ste. Thecle 

St. Telespbore 

St. Theodore d' Acton 
St.Theod.deChertgey i 

Ste. Theodosie 

Ste.Thiresede Blain. 

St. Thomas 

St.ThomasdeJoliette 
*Sl. Tknmat, Witt... 

St. Timoth6e 

St.Tite 

St.TitedesCaps 

St. Ubalde 

St. UrbaindeChat... 
St.UrbaindeCharl.. 

Ste. Ursule 

St. Valentin 

St. Valere de Bui.... 

St. Valferien 

St. Val. de Rimo'ki. 

St. Vallier j 

St. Vallier Station... { 

Ste. Victoire I 

St. Victor de Tring. I 
St. Vincent de Paul,: 

St. Vital ' 

St. Wencesl&s 

St. WWianu 

St. Yvon 

St. Zacharie 

St. Zeiion 

St.ZSphirin 

St. Zotique 

Sable 

Sable itiver 

Sabrevois 

Sackville 

3acr6-Cceur de Marie 
Sadowa 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 

Yamaska Q 

Megantic Q 

Montmorency ... Q 

Nicolet Q 

.Montmagny Q 

Two Mountains . Q 

Soulauges Q 

Chieoutimi Q 

Champlain Q 

Dorchester Q 

Bellechasse Q 

Glengarry O 

Portneuf Q 

Vaudreuii Q 

Huntingdon Q 

Napierville Q 

Arthabaska Q 

Ottawa Q 

Richelieu Q 

Quebec City, E. . Q 

Richelieu Q 

L'Islet Q 

L'AsBomption Q 

Compton Q 

Bagot Q 

Laval Q 

Dorchester Q 

Temiscouata Q 

Beauce Q 

Terrebonne Q 

Quebec City, E... Q 
Two Mountains.. Q 

Iberville Q 

St. Maurice Q 

Lotbiniere Q 

Charlevoix Q 

Rimouski Q 

Bagot Q 

Ottawa Q 

.Megantic Q 

Terrebonne Q 

Nicolet Q 

Champlain Q 

Beauharnois Q 

Charlotte N B 

L'Assomption . ... Q 

Lotbiniere Q 

Lotbinidre Q 

Champlain Q 

Souianges Q 

Bagot Q 

Montcalm Q 

Verchereg Q 

Terrebonne Q 

Carleton N B 

Joliette Q 

Elgin, ER O 

Beauharnois Q 

Champlain Q 

Montmorency .... Q 

Portneuf. Q 

Chateauguay .... Q 

Charlevoix Q 

Maskinongd Q 

St. John Q 

Arthabaska Q 

Shefford Q 

Rimouski Q 

Bellechasse Q 

liellechasge Q 

Richelieu Q 

Beauce Q 

Laval Q 

Provencher M 

Nicolet Q 

Nortblk, S R 

Gaspe Q 

Beauce Q 

Berthier 

Yamaska Q 

Suulanges Q 

Middlesex, N R. 

Shulburne N S 

Iberville Q 

Westmoreland, N B 

Megantic Q 

Victoria, N R . . . 



POb TMA»gR. 
Jos. LavaUe 
j P. A. Drdlet 
jL-F. Tardiff 
Thomas i'hilllp, 
iSarahD. Bhood 
Z. RaymoLd 
Firmin lludon 
Rev. T. D. Bellay 
Jos. .\. Krigou 
L. X. Hieadfau 
P. C. A. Fournier 
Mrs. M.M.Donell 
Joseph (jo\ilet 
Barn. Lalncde 
Q. Long 
Chas. Bedsrd 
N. Chafflp&gDe 

B. ThomaB 
,0. Dupre 

Louis P. Huot 
J. B. Paguelte 
Mrs.V. M.Gagnon 
J.DesloDgch'mps 

E. B61aDg«-r 
Oscar Pellftier 

i \. E. LeoLfird 

jA. Chabot 

:U. Lapoiute 
R. Dallairt 
W. Sloane 
J. L. Saucier 
A. Fortier 
Q. P. G. Fortier 
Pierre Her( ux 
J.B. Champagne 
Rev. J. Dumas 
J. Fournier 

F. X. Denis 
Aug. BoiTlD 

; Joseph Vigneau 
Dlric Levfeijue 

C. B. Poi8«on 
I A. J. Laeourciire 
: A. Raymond 
] D Sullivan. juD. 
I Jacques lioval 

S. Vaillanoourt 
{John Maobell 
T. Magnao 
Andr6 Elie 
Paul Decelle 
Andr6 Morin 
L. N. Hanilfield 
Auguste ?egulD 

D. .McCafferty 
S. Desmaraie 

F. E. Grmatinger 
A. Lesperanoe 
J. N. Buipt 
Rev. J.L. I'erusse 
P. C. Gravelle 
J. B. Poupard 
J. Girard 
L. Lupien 

,0. Girard 
I Jos. Trudel 
, P. S. Qrandpr* 
I Jean Mei°«B 

E. Belanger 
I Louis Pelcliat 
I H. Paulhus 
; F. QosseliD 
;0. Germain. juD. 

Andi6 Nault 

A. Davelay 
;j. H. Cope 

Fred. Girard 
j Rev. P. Meunier 
I Agarie KiTtt 

G. P. Rouseeau 
lO. F. Prieiir 

Allan McDonsId 
I W. Dunlop 
8. H. Jouee 
Jos. Dixsou 
J. Vallier. jun. 
J. H. VauTlack 



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TRICT . I _POSTM ASTIR. 

Q!Jo8. Lavalle 

Q,P. A. Drolet 

1 ... Q^L. F. THrdiff 

Q TbomBs Phillip, 

QlSarahD. Bh.on 

ns. Q Z. Raymohd 

i Q Firmin lludon 

Q Kev. T. D. Bellay 

Q Job. a. Krigou 

Q L. X. KieHdeau 

Q »'• C. A. Kournier 

Mrs. MM ■Donell 

Q Joseph Uoulet 

, ... Q Barn. Lalocde 

Q G. Long 

Q.Chan. Bedsrd 

Q'N. Champ&gDe 

Q E. TbomaB 

Q,0. Dupre 

E. . Q Louis P. Huut 

Q J. B. Paqut(t« 

Q Mrs.V.M.GagDOD 

I Q J.DesloDgch'mps 

Q E.Bilanger 

Q Oscar Pellttier 

, Ql 4. E. LeoLard 



P08T OFFICE. 



E... 
Ins. 



Q!A. Chabot 
Q;H. Lapoiut« 
Q H. Dallaire 
Q W. Sloane 
Q:J. L. Saucier 
Q A. Fortier 
Q'Q. P. E. Fortier 
... Q' Pierre Her(ui 
„ Q. J. B. Champagne 
,.. Q Rev. J. Dumas 
... QM. Fournier 
... Q F. X. Denis 
... Q|Aug. Boivin 
,.. Q; Joseph Vigneau 
,.. QiDlric Leveque 
,.. Q:C. B. Poisson 
... Q| A. J. Laeourciira 
... Q: A. Raymond 
N B|D Sullivan.jun. 
... Q I Jacques Roval 
... QS. Valllancourt 
... QjJohnMacbell 
Q T. Magnan 
AndrfiElie 
Paul Decelle 
Andr6 Morin 
L. N. Hanilfield 
Auguste Seguin 
D. McCafferty 
S. Desmarais 
F. E. Ermatinger 
A. Legperance 
J. N. Buipt 
Rbt. J.L. Peruise 
P. C. Gravelle 
J. B. Poupard 
J. Girard 
Qj L. Lupien 
.. Q,0. Girard 
... QiJos. Trudel 
... Q,P. S. Qrandpr* 
. . Q I Jean Meisaa 
... Q E. B61angtr 
... Q I Louis Pelctiat 
... Q H. Paullius 
... Q F. Gosselin 
... Q,C. Germain, jnn. 
M Andi6 Nault 
A. Davelay 
J. H. Cope 
Fred. Girard 
. QRev. P. Meiinier 
. OiAgarie Rivet 
. QIQ. P. Rouseeau 
Q 0. F. Prieur 
Allan MeDonald 
W. Dunlop 
8. H. Jones 
.ToB. DixBoii 



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KLECTORAL DISTRICT. 



POSTMASTER. 



J. Vallier. juB. 
J. H. VauTlsch 



•abanatien .... 
•lilor's Hope . . 

MJntfleld 

«aint Pierre.... 
^aiut Simon ... 
"iiuts Anges ... 

<aleUl 

>alem 

•»l8m .•... 

j Mlem 

<alem Road ■ . . 

>«!ford 

I iaiina 

SilisOury 

jilisbury 

salmon Beach . 

ialmon Creek... 

iaimondale. . . . 

»!monliurat 

jalmcn Point 

•almon River 

iaIiDun River 

Mlmon River 

•almon River 

>almou River 

I •ilmon River (L. 8.) 

•almoDville 

I jaltford 

I !aU Spring Island... 

>ait Springs 

Mit Springs 

<>!t Springe 

>»\t Springs Station 

>ilterville 

■.imbro 

Jaiiborn 

1 ^aucte Andrea 

<aDd Bay 

^aad Beach 

iand&eld 

iandford 

janilford 

j»ndhill 

HLdUill 

iiadburst 

Mad Lake 

I iiDd Point 

I S»ad Point 

<aud Point Road ... 

saod River 

'&iiidwicfi 

I itady Beach 

itndy Beaches 

Sandy Govt 

Miidy Point 

[ jaugstor 

-•arepta 

Mrgent 

I iargiuson 

'Sarnia 

iarsfield 

sartell 

!itkatchewan 

iirkatoon 

»iible Falls 

1 'Sauge.en 

iaalnierville 

sault au Cochon . ... 

iiult au RdcoUet ... 

kuU Sit. Marie 

Saurin 

JavHge's Mills 

[ !avoua"« Ferry 

!>w Mill Creek 

MW)«rvllle 

I !>yabe« 

I Jayward-Alberni ... 
'Hodinavla 

I vatarie Island 

'karboro' 

I Soarbf/ro' Junction. 

Scarlet Hill 

I whanzenfelt 

"^'Jiomberg 

' hroiber 

wue 

ilcb Block 



HuakokaaPS'd.O 

King's PK [^ 

OnUrio, N R 

Kent N b! 

Qloucester.. . ■ N B 

Beauce Q, 

Wellington, CR..0 

Albert N B 

Cumberland ...N S 
Yarmouth . , , , N S 
Cape Breton. ...N S' 

Norfolk, N R 

King's N B 

Westmoreland, N B. 

Marquette M 

Gloucester N B 

Sunbury N B 

'Queen's N B 

Victoria N B 

Prince Edward... 0' 

St. John NBI 

Cape Breton ...N S, 

Quynboro NS| 

Halifax N S 

Dlgby NS: 

Guysboro' N S 

Pegl 

Huron, "wR.'i.'.O: 

Vancouver B 

King's NBj 

Pictou N S 

Antii^oniahe ... N Si 
Cumberland... N Si 

Selkirk M| 

Halifax N SJ 

Wolfe Q 

Assa 

Leeds, S R 

Yarmouth N S 

Algoma O 

Ontario, N R 

Yarmouth N S 

iPeel O 

Compton Q 

Lennox O 

Musk. St P. S'd... O 
Renfrew, S R . ... 

Guysboro N 8 

St. John NB 

Cumberland .. N S 

Essex, N R 

Gaspfe Q 

Lunenburgh ... N S 

Dlgby NS 

Shelburne N S 

Addington 

1 Huron, S. R 

Northumb'rl'd,N B 
HastiuKs, N R ... 
Lambton, W R... 

Russell O 

King's NB 

Sask 

Sask 

Bruce. \ R 

Bruce, N R 

Digby N S 

Saguenay Q 

I Hochelaga... Q 

Algoma 

Siracoe. N R 

jShefford Q 

Yale BC 

Annapolis N S 

jCompton Q 

Rimouski Q 

Vancouver. . . . B C 

Marquette M 

Cape Breton... N S 

York, E R 

York, K R 

Simcoe, S R O 

Selkirk M 

York, N R 

Algoma U 

Bruce. N R O 

Halton 



L. Sahanatlen 
P. Macdonald 

D. McKay 
J. J. Leblanc 
J. Lanteigue 
Job. Cloutler 
John K. WiBsler 
H. J. Steeves 

E. Black 
A. W. Kenney 
D. Mclnsh, sen. 
Alfred Stevens 
J. M. Campbell 
J. Taylor 
Wm. .Millar 
R. Buttimer 
James Fowler 
Jas. Thompson 
Fred. Brinkman 
D. R. Nobles 
Edward H. Foitei 
J. McDonald 
D. Lawler, sen 
Ann Gallagher 
Henry C. Perry 
Thomas O'Neil 
James Carroll 
J. Walter 
Joel Broadwell 
Wm. Smith 
George McKay 
D. Chisholm 
J. W. Black 
Ricbael Salter 
Joseph Martin 
T. Hurley, jun. 
Rev DGillie^j 
Wm. Turner 
Wm. Cain 
Wm. McDonald 
Edward Taylor 

A. Thurston 
W. C. Hughes 

D. M. Caswell 
Silas Benjamin 
Joseph Hunter 
Ed. I)e Renzy 
Josiah A. Miller 
David Peacock 

E. J. White 
V. Ouellette 
N. Bailey 
Isaac Cleveland 
L. J. Morehouse 
John Purney 
James Young 
Wm. Reytiulds 
H. Sargent 
James Pinch 
Jno P Dawbon 
Mrs. E. Delaney 
J. C. Sartell 
Jno. P. Clark 
JHCWilloaghby 
Norman McLean 
Thomas Lee 
Miss A. Potter 
G. W. Forrest 
J. Labeile 
Mrs. M. Piin 
D. A. Ci>oper 
H. T. Tamlin 
J. H. McNab 
Rich. Harris 
Robert Cairns 
U. Boulav 
FrankMcQuillou 
J IIpmmingBeu 
W. Phillips 
Z. Knight 
Robert Davidson 
Richard Lennox 

B. Loewin 
James F. Gray 
D. R. Bruce 
Thos. Bearman 
John McKenzie 



POST orricE. 

Scotchfort 

Scotch Lake 

Scotch Line 

Scotch Ridge 

Scotch Settlement 

Scotch Town 

Scotch Village.. .. 

Scotia 

Scott Junction.... 

Scotland 

Scotsburu 

Scottsville 

Scott's Bay 

Scott's Bay Road. 

Scottsmore 

Seoilstimn 

Scovill's Mills 

Scoutec 

Scribner 

ScuKOg 

Seaforth 

'Seafortli 

Sea Cow Head ... 
Sea Cow Pond .... 

Sea Dog Cove 

Beagrave 

Sea Gull ... 

Sea Island 

Seaside 

Seal Cove 

Seamo 

Seaton 

Searletown 

Sebright 

Sebringville 

Seckerton 

Second Falls 

Second Peninsula ... 
Second Westcock 

Seeburn 

Seely 

Seely's Bay 

Seguin Falls 

Selby 

Selkirk 

Selkirk 

Selkirk Road 

Sellarville 

Selmah 

Selton 

Selwyn 

Serpent River 

Settriugton 

Seven iBlauds 

Severn Bridge 

Seville 

Sevogle 

Sewell 

Shad Bay 

Shadrlaud 

Shag Harbour 

Shakespeare 

Shamrock 

Shamrock 

Sh.tiikliu 

Shanly 

Shannon 

Shannon Hall 

Shanuonvale 

Shannonvillt 

Shanty Bay 

Sharbot fiake 

Sharon 

Sharp 

Sharpton 

Shawbridge 

Shawenegnn 

Shaioville 

Sheba 

Shedden 

' Shediac 

Shudiac Bridge 

Shediac Road 

Shcedy 

SheenWo' 

Sheet Harb. PaBsage 
Sheffield 



ELECTORAL DIMTRICT. 



POSTMASTER. 



Queen's P R IlA. McDonald 

York N B[J. S. Jackson 

Lanark 0|K. McLennan 

Charlotte N BjMrs. G. Morrison 

Westmoreland, N B| .V. HcDougall 

Queen's N B! Henry H. Carle 

Hants N 8 J. Northup 

Muskoka* P S'd. 0; John Buck 

Beauce Q O.G.iron 

Oxford, S R . ... OMohn A. Eddv 

Pictou NSWm. Smart ' 

luverness N S James Fraser 

King's N SiDaniel Jms 

King's NS^B. Legge 

Migoisquoi Q P. E. Scott 

Compton Q R. B. Scott 

Kent N B| Laurent LeBlanc 

Addington OiS. S. Scouten 

King's N Bl f. H. Perkins 

Ontario, N R 01 John Burke 



Halifax S 

Huron, 8 R 

Prince... . P E I 

Prince P E I 

King's NB 

Ontario, 8 R 

Algoma 

X Westminster. BC 
Restigouche ... N B 

Charlotte N BjWm. Russell 

Lisgar MiTom Seaman 



Mrs. J. Short 
8. Dickson 
Chas. McKarlano 
T. 0. McCarthy 
John Linton 
Robt Thompson 
J. M. Ross 
J. 0. Vermiivea 
Alex. Dickev 



E. T. Hatidcock 
H. Trueman 
B. T. H. Herring 
John Pearson 
Thos. Jolinstoti 
H. JohnBon 
i^dward Mason 
J. E. Atkinfson 
Otto Seebach 
W. Brnadbent 
W. Williams 
William Fry 
David Wartman 
J. Colcleugb 
R. J. Winyard 
Jas. Callaghau 
James tjellar 
D S MeDougall 
Robt. Watt 
James Bell. 



Yofk.WR 

Prince P B I 

Ontario. N R 

Perth. N R O 

Lambton, W R... 

Charlotte N B 

Lunenburg N S 

Westmoreland. N B 

Marquette M 

Muskoka k P S'd. 

Leeds, S R 

Muskoka&PS'd. O 

Lennox 

Lisgar M 

Ilaldimand 

Queen's P EI 

Ronavenlnie Q 

Hants N 8 

Elgin. WR 

Peter boro', W R. 

Algoma 0|C. E. Smith 

Charlevoix Q j EugenoTremblay 

Saguenay QiJ. A. Wilson 

Ontario. NR OIJ. H Jackson 

Elgin, E R 01 Mrs. Mary Baker 

Worthnmberl'd.N B|Thoe. Smith 

Selkirk M George B. Litster 

Halifax N S j Charles Coolen 

Selkirk MiRichard Sweet 

Shelburne N 8 1 Isaac Goodwin 

Oxford, N R George Brown 

Renfrew. 8 R OP. Gormou 

Prince P E I ; James Kellv 

St. John NBiS. J .Hhankiin 

Grenville, S R ... 01 Wm. Pitt, juu. 

Queen's N b!w. Green 

MuskokaftPS'd.O'Wm. Fletcher 
Restigouche... N BiWm. Wright 
Haatiugii. E R ... O Thomas Creepar 

Simcoe, S R James Graham 

Addington O Mal/,ar Avery 

York. N R .lohn Kavanagh 

King's N HI. X. Sharp 

Prontenac OJMrs. Ellen Bell 

Terrebonne QiWra Shaw 

St. Maurice Q J. DeBaulniera 

Pontiac Q J. H. Shaw 



Queen'f N B 

Elgin, W R . . . . 
Westmoreland, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Renfrew, 8R .... 

Pontiac Q 

Halifax N8 



J. Johnston 
John Morton 

C. W. Smith 

D. Babineau 
Ja«. Kodeer.son ■ 
Martin Shecdy 
Michael Haver 
J. S. Wambbold 

Wentworth.N R. Smith Willaro 



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POST OFKICKS IN CANADA. 



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POST OFFICE. 



! CLCCTliRAL DISTRICT. , P08TM A»TER. 



'ti 



Shtiffitld Suiibury N B C. J. Burpne 

Sheffield Acadumy... Sunbury N B W. Barker 

Sheffield MilU Kioft's N S 3. M. Bentley 

Shefflngton Sheflbrd Q James Hayes 

Shefford Mounutin .. Sbefford Q Octave Pepin 

^hefford Vale Shefford (i Mrs. M.J. Irwiu 

Shegulndah... AlKoma M. L. McGratb 

*Shelbume Grey, E R Kdward BerwinK 

Shelburne Shelburne N S>am. .Muir, jun 

Sheldon Cardwell M. Webster 

Sheldrake Saguenay Q Philip Touzel 

Shellmouth Marquette M Matthew Whale) 

Shell Kiver Marquette MlJohu Boulton 

SheuHtone Albert N BlM. T. Steevea 

ShepodyRoad King's N B Luther Wallace 

Sheppardton Huron, W R Charles HawkinB 

Sheppardville Selkirk MJ Robert Sheppard 

'Sherbrooke Sherbrooke Q S. J. Fobs 

Shtrbrooke Quysboro' N SJ H. McDonald 

Sheridan Halton James Jenkins 

Sherkston Wellaud OjB. F. Sheik 

Sherlock .King's N BjJohn Tait 

Sherrington NapierTiUe Q.Cesaire Qaene 

Sherwood York, W R o| frank Witchelo 

Sherwood Spring .. Leeds, S R OiS. Latham 

Shetland Middlesex, W R. OIK.H. Badgeley 

Shigawake Bonaventure Qj Andrew Young 

Shlloh j Wellington, 8 R. O'John Leslie 

Shinemicks Bridge . Cumberland ... N S J- Brander 

Shinnickburn 'Northumber....N BiWm. Shinnick 

Ship Harbour Halifax N S Chas. Dean 

Ship Harbour Lake. Halifax N S Mrs. S. Webber 

Shipka iMiddlesex, N R. 0|F. Heitzman 

Shipley ! Wellington, NR. 0|R. 0. Roberta 

SKxppigan Oloucester N B Miss A. Hamon 

Shippigan Island ... Oloucester N b! Jacques Godin 

Shirley Ontario. N R J. Stonehouse 

Shoal l4kke Marquette MM. W. Thompson 

Short lieach Yarmouth N S; Robert Bent 

Shortholme ; Queen's N BjW. H. Short 

Shouldice Grey Thos. Skinner 

Shrewsbury j Argenteuil QjJohn Chambers 

Shiigley Grey, £ R OiGeorge Bailey 

Shrubmount York, W R O Frances Boake 

ShubtHocadie 'Hants NS A. Kirkpatrick 

Shulie ■ Cumberland... NS A. W. Grant 

Shunacadie Cape Breton ... N S S. McKinnon 

Shuswap Yale-Kootenay, B.C A. McBryan 

Sidney Marquette M Thomas Babb 

Sidney Crossing Hastings, W R... N.RVanderwoort 

Sight Point Inverness N S Mrs. McEachern 

Sillery CoTU Quebec Q .Vlrs.C. Levie 

Sillsville Lennox S. H. Mellow 

Siloam I Ontario, W R . ... John Dike 

Silver Creek I Marquette M J- Rutherford 

Silver Creek I Ottawa Q G. Ross 

Silver Hill Norfolk, 8 R R. K. Smith 

SiWer Lake ! Victoria, N R. ... A. Coulter 

Silver Mountain ...lAlKoma Dannais 

Silver Spring Selkirk M R- Armstrong 

Silverstream Victoria N BiBte. Guimond 

Silver Water 'Algoma OiLewis Kemp 

•Simcoe :Norfolk,SR 1 Henry Mulkins 

Sinclairville Wentworth.S R. OJames R. Wilson 

Sine.. Hastings, \ R ... David Sine 

Sin^hampton Simcoe, N R olJohn Stinson 

Sisson Ridge Victoria N b!J. A. Berryman 

Sittakaw [Marquette M'F. W. Lipsett 

Six Mile Brook Pictou N S John McKay 

Six Mile Road {Cumberland... N S William Cooke 

Six Nations Haldimand J. A. Beaver 

Six Portages Ottawa Q J. McCallum 

Six Koads Gloucester. , .. N B J. A. FergUKon 

Skead's Mills Carletou J. McCormick 

Skeena Cariboo BC II. Cunningham 

Skinner's Pond Prince P E I J. Doyle 

>kipneB8 Bruce, N R David Morton 

Skir Dhu Victoria N S J. McDonald 

Skye Glengarry J. R. McKenzie 

8ky Glen Inverness N S T. H. Smith 

Sky Mountain Inverness N S A. Q. Nicholson 

Sleswick Cardwell o^'""- Parkhill 

Sluice Point Yarmouth N S Gabriel Babin 

Smithdale Simcoe, N. R C.Smith 



POST OFFICB. BUCTORAL lISTRICT.j POsTMASTr.R 

~. I Dlgby 7n8 E. W. PottiTT' 

•• King's NB John II. Ki-.- 

.. l,eeU8&Gren.,NR0'D. A. Fergui 



Northumb'd,ER. John Rankin 



Smithfleld 

Smithfield 

Smith's Westmoreland, N B J. H. 



Smith's Cove 

Smith's Creek 

*Smith's FalU 

Smith's Mills 

Smith Town 

*Smxlhville, Lincoln 

Snake Kiver 

Snake Iliver 

Suider Mountain ... 

Snow Flake 

Snyder 

Soda Creek 

Soldier's Cove 

Solina 

Solmesville 

Solngirth 

Solway 

Sombra 

Somenos 

Somertel 

Somerset 

Somerset 

Somerville 

Sonora 

Sonya 

Sooke 

Soperton 

*Sorel 

Sourit 

SourisCity 

Sourisford 

Souris, Batt 

Sourls, West 

South 

Southampton 

Southampton 

SouthBarofSid.Riv. 

South "wnston 

South Bay 

South Bay 

South Bay 

South Bolton 

South Branch 

South Branch (Ken.) 
S. Br. St. Nicholas R. 
South Casselman .... 

South Cayuga 

South Clones 

South Cove ... 

South Douro 

South Dudswell 

South Dummer 

*South. Durham 

South-East Passage 

South Ely 

South End 

S. End of Lochaber 

South Esk 

South Farmington . 

South Finch 

South Gloucester ... 

South Gower 

South Granby ! 

S. Gut of St. Ann's. I 

South Ham : 

S. Head of Cow Bay 

South Indian 

South Knowlesvillej 

South Lake 

South Lake i 

South Lancaster ... 
South Louisburg ... 

South Maitlaud 

South March 

S. McLellan's Mo'nt 

South Merland 

South Middleton ... 
South Muuaghau ... 
South Mountain .... 

South Nelson 

South NelsoQ Road. 

South Ohio 

Southport 

South Quebec 

South Range 



Stanstead Q Wm. T. Km hi 

King's N B Chsrles T. ^uiitii 

Wentworth.S K. OJB. Brant 

Marquette .MiW. A. Swii.v, 

Kentrew, N R. . . OiGeorge DonzhH 

King's N BJG. «. KBiMt,.sd 

Selkirk MS. Oke 

Welland... OiT. Snydi-r 

Cariboo B C R. McLeaiw 

Richmond N SD. Gillies 

Durham, W R ... Henry Hooper 
Prince Edward... 0, Frank Solmes 

Marquette M'W.G. Portw is 

Bruce, E R OlJohn M'Calium 

Bothwell OiP.Cattauacii.Jui, 

Vancouver BCIArch R. Ki«r 

Megantic QlH. Jutras 

King's N 8 David Bertsux 

Selkirk M Charles K. i iark 

CarletoD N B Joseph Mc'iw 

Quysboro' N 8 Jas.McCut.rhefn 

Ontario, N R .... Alex. Black 

Vancouver BC M. Muir 

Leeds, S R S. W. Stafforl 

Richelieu Q! J. O. DupltM.sis 

Selkirk M'J. Dolmage 

Selkirk Mi Thomas Ni.hvl 

Selkirk M Alfred Gov I J 

I King's PEIM. Paquet 

King's P E I R. W. Buriie 

iLunenburg N SlEdward Gulp 

I York N B Mr*. Z. Way 

|Cumberland ... N S{ John DavLvm 
|Cap< Breton ...N SI Miss I. Q. Fra^r 

iStanstead QlF. C. Durbtok 

Prince Edward... olAlva Ro8e 

j Victoria N SjF. A. Brew«r 

St. John N B'W. Roxbonugb 

iBrome QlJohn .McMmnis 

jColchester NSIC. B. Cox 

King's N b! John N. Gofgin 

I Kent N B!C. McDonalJ 

I Russell OP. Bissonette 

Monck Ojlsaac Fry 

Queen's N B Johnston Co per 



Quysboro' N S J. W. Archibald I South Rawdon. 

Itateuian I South Renous... 

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; Victoria N S Miss McDoDHid 

Peterboro'.E r... Mis T. UanrahaL 

Wolfe Q Enoch F. Orr 

! Peterboro', E R... Wm. Speer 

Drummond Q F. Prefontaiuo 

Halifax N 8 John A. Shiers 

Shefford Q Ira Jamison 

Welland J. S. Collard 

Quysboro' N S J. R. Stewart 

Northumberl'dNB Mrs. MA. Fisher 

Annapolis N S C. H.Sbaffner 

Stormont D.Q. McMillan 

Russell Francis MihJm 

Grenville, N R ... David McOre^or 

Shefford Q John DuDcao 

Victoria N S Mrs. M. Muaro 

Wolfe Q E. 8. Darche 

Cape Breton ... N S D. Ferguson 

Ru88*ll D. B. McDouei! 

Carleton N B Ada Spinney 

Leeds, 8 R J-Bermingbam 

King's PEl F. J. McKinuon 

Glengarry David Fras^r 

Cape Breton ...N S M. McRury 

Haats... N S John Frascr 

Carleton David McMiirtry 

Pictou N S J. Q. Websttf.' 

Quysboro' NS William Gavtu 

Norfolk, N R Mrs. E Wil* n 

Peterboro'. W R. Edward Bali 

Dundas Georjie Slacey 

Northumberl'dNB HenryGitcli.il 
Northumberl'dNB Chas. Vye.jnn 

Yarmouth N S William Crosby 

Queen's PEl Henry Boryr 

Levis Q John Ritchie 

Oigby NS B. Marfhsl'. 

Hants N .« George Creed 

Northumberl'dNB Wm. Hogaj 



[ISSS. 



rRlCT.j POSlJlAdTr.R 

.T¥8 K. w. Poti;;;: 

..NB John H. Kinif 
NRO'D. A. Fergui. u 

Q|Wm. T. Knu-ht 

.. NB Ch«rleBT. Smith 
!U. OiJ B. Brant 
... MiW. A.Swilvr 

.. .. George Dou^Iiih 
. N BIG. ». Keirnt^sd 
... MS. Oko 

, O'T. SuydiT 

. BC R. McLcauu 
...N 8 D. GUlifR 
t ... IleDry Hoopsr 
■d... O; Frank Solmes 
M W.G. Porter:!, 

01 John M'Carium 

OjP.CattttLacb.Juii 

...B CI Arch R. Kw 

Q H. Jutrae 

... N 8 Darld Bertsux 
.... Mi Charles K. Clark 
,.. N B Joseph Mc^M 
.. N 8;J«B. MtCutchuoi) 

Alex. Black 

,...BC|M. Mulr I 

018. W. Stafforl 

QJ.O. DuplB*,is 

M|J. Dolmage I 

M{Tboma» NichMl 

M Alfred GovU 

.P£IiM. Paqiiet 
.P EI;R. W. Burlia 
,...N 8 Edward Gulp 
... N B'MrB. Z. Way 
... N SI John DavLvm 
...NSiMisBl. 0. Fr»s«r 

Q[F. 0. Hurbmk 

rd... o'AIva RoFe 
,.. NSiF. A. Brew«r 
... N B^W. Roxborouiib 

Qljohn McMaoDis 

.. N S:C. B. Cox 
... NBiJohnN.Qoigin 
...N BlC.McDonalJ 
.... OiP. BiBSonette 

1 Isaac Fry 

„ N B Johnston Copper 
.. N s'MissMcDoQaid 
r,... OiMrs T. UanrabaD 



1888.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



99 



R... 



Enoeh F. Orr 
Wm. Speer 
F. Prefontaine 
John A. Shier:! 
Ira Jamison 
J. S. Collaril 
J. R. Stewart 
Mrs. M.A. Fisher 
0. H. Shaffner 
D.Q.McMiliaa 
Francis MtMje« 
David McGregor 
John Duncan 
Mrs. M. Muaro 
E. 8. Darcbii 
D. FergUBOu 
D.B. McDouell 
Ada Spinney 
J.BermiDgbam 
P El'F. J. McKinu^jn 

David Fras.r 

...N S M. McRury 
.. N 8 John Frast^r 

David McMurtry 

. N 8 J. 0. ^V«bs;«" 
,..N 8 William Gaviu 

O'Mrs. E W)l*'n 

f R. O.Edward Ball 

George Staoey 

I'dNB Henry Gitcb-ll 
I'dNB Chas. Vye.jun 
N S William Crosby 
..PEI Henry Bory>r 

Q John Ritchie 

...N 8 B. Marshal'. 
...N P George CretjJ 
I'dXB Wm. Hogaa 



Q 


Q 

.NS 

Q 

.... 
.. NS 
I'dNB 
.. N S 



R... 
..Q 
NS 
,..Q 
... N 8 


...NB 




POST OFUCE. 

Sjuth River 

South Roxton 

.«outh Saauich 

•.S. Basin Riv.Denis 
S. Side Baddeck R . 
S. Side Boulardarie. 
?. S. Cocagne River. 
S. S.WhycocomaghB 

South Stukely 

fiuth TiUey 

South Vale 

.South Victoria 

Suuthvilie 

South-W. Margaree. 
South- West Mabou. 
South-West, Lot 16. 
Scuth-Weat Point ... 
SouthW.Pt. Matoun 

South Wiltshire 

Southwold Station. 

South Woodslee 

South Zorra 

Soworby 

Spadina Aventu.... 

Spanish River 

Sparla 

Spa Springg 

Sparrow Lake 

Speedside 

Speerville 

Spence 

Spence 

Spencer Cove 

Spencer's iBland . ... 

'Spencerville 

Spence's Bridge 

Speyside 

Spillamaoheeo 

Spites 

Spring Arbour 

Springbank 

Spring Brook 

Spriogbrook 

•Springfield 

Springfield 

S^iringfieUi 

Springfield 

Springfield 

.Springfield 

Springfnrd 

Spring Hill 

Spring Hill June ... 

Spring Hill 

■Spring Hill Minei. 

Spriugvale 

Spring Valley 

Springville 

Springville 

Sprucedale 

Spruce Grove 

Spruce Lake Station 

Spruce Lake 

tpry 

^pry Bay 

Spryfield 

Jtaffa 

Stafford 

StHgsburn 

Slake Road 

Stamford 

Stanbridge, East.... 
Stanbridge Station.. 

Stanbury 

Standon 

Sianfold 

Stanhope 

Stanhope 

Staniey 

Staritey Bridge 

Stanleydale 

Stanley's Mills 

Stanleyville 

'!^tanst«ad 

■''tanstead Junction. 

Stanton 

ftanwood 

^taple'u iJrook 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. P08TU ASTER. 



MiiBkoka&PS'd.U 

Shefford 

Vancouver U C 

Inverness N S 

Victoria N 3 

Victoria N S 

Kent N B 

Inverness N S 

Shefford Q 

Victoria N B 

Colchester. . . . N S 
Cumberland. ...N 8 

Digby NS 

Inverness N 8 

InverDesB N 8 

Prince PEI 

Ga8p6 Q 

Queeu'a NS 

Queen'8 PEI 

Elgin, WR O 

Essex, N R 

Oxford, N R 

Algoma 

Toronto, West... 0, 

Algoma 

Elgin, E R 

Annapolis N S 

Ontario, N R Oi 

Wellington, SR. 0! 

Carleton N B 

Muskoka & P S'd. 
Westmoreland, N B 

Quebec Q 

Cumberland ...N S 
Greuville, S R.... 

Vale 3 

Halton 

Yale BC 

Wellington. C R. 

Norfolk, 8 R 

Middlesex, N R... 
Hastings, N R ... 

Dorchester Q 

Middlesex, E R . 

Lisgar M 

King's N B 

Vork N B 

Annapolis N 8 

Queen's PKI 

Oxford, 8 R 

Compton Q 

Cumberland ... N S 

York N B 

Cumberland ...N S 

Haldimand 

l^ds, SR 

Peter boro', W R. 

Pictou N 8 

Muskoka A P S'd. 

Ottawa Q! 

St. John NBi 

St. John N Bl 

Bruce, N R 0^ 

Halifax NS| 

Halifax N 8 1 

Perth, S R 0; 

Renfrew, N R ... Oi 

Ottawa Qi 

Cumberland... X 8 

Welland 

Missisquui Q 

MiHxlKquoi Q 

Missisquoi Q 

Dorchester Q 

Arthabaska Q 

iStanstead Q 

Queen's PE I 

York N B 

Queen's P EI 

Muskoka &P S'd. 

Peel 

Lanark. S R 

Stanstead Q 

Stanstead Q 

Simroe. S K Oi 

Northumd.ER. O 
'Colchester N S' 



Wm Holdltch 
Onesinie Pare 
J D. Bryant 
Mrs M. McAuley 
Alex. McKay 
Mrs. F. MoKonzIr 
A. Gagnon 
Jno. McEachen 
L. H. Kuowlton 
Charles Lindsay 
William Fraser 
John Ross 
W. H. Sabine 
Daniel Collins 
A. McDonald 
A. McLean 
Edward Pope 
Chaa. Thereau 
Thomas Yeo 
Mrb. J. Ordish 
Richard Hogan 
Thomas Izzard 
James Uagen 
J. Reading 
J. Andrew 
John A. BakinB 
P. 8. Marshall 
A. Wiancko 
Wm. D. Wood 
Thos. Forrest 

D. McEachern 
S. A. Spence 
Mrs. A. CuUen 
W. H. Blglow 
A. Carmichael 
John Murray 
James Conley 
a. J. Wallace 
Forl)es Moir 
James McKay 
Daniel Moore 
Peter Welch 
Wm. Gordon 

E. Chandler 
Henry Jickliug 
J. A. S. Kierstead 
Ben Reed 

C. Grin^m 
Beuj. Uaslem 
Q. A. McOuira 
M. McLean 
Mrs. J. A. Dunn 
Mrs. S. Wheeler 
John Anderson 
John Holdbrook 
Alex. Lang 
A. Goodfellow 
Peter J. Grant 
Wm. Pearce 
Geo. Rainbotb 
Mrs.E. McCarthy 
Jua. liobinson 
George Jeuks 
W. Chas. Uanley 
Miss A. J. Dart 
James Hamilton 
V. Childerhose 
A. McDonald 

D. McDonald 
J. H. McMickeu 
C. J. Chandler 
L. N. Senesao 
Charles Short 
T. Gagnon 
James Huston 
I). II. Cameron 
Henry C. I^awaon 
George Pelton 

E. II. McMilluu 
A. Lamb 
John Smith 
P. McFarland 
MiRHN.CHubbard 
J. T. Jenkins 
.lolin A. Love 
Amos Hubbel 
M. J. Staples 



POST OFFICE. 



tLECTORAL DISTRICT. 



POSTMASTER. 



Starbuck Litgar MjJohn Powers 



Siardale . 
Starkev's.. 
Starkvllle 
Star Lake 



Prescott J. Steele 

Queen's N b;8. M. Starkey 

Durham, W R.... John Sharpe 
Muskoka A P S'd°. 1 Robt. Hamilton 



Starnesboro' 'Kuntingdon Q 8. Uuot 

SUrrat ISIuskokaA PS'U. Andrew etarrnt 

"Stayrur fcimcoe, N R W. W. B.S.iuders 



StaynerviUe 
Steam Mill Village . 

Steele 

Steup Creek 

Steevefcote 

Steeve's Mountain... 
Stoeve's Settlement. 

Steinbach 

SUUa 

SteUarton 

Stephen field 

Sterling Falls. 



Argenteuil Q'J. M. Doriou 

King's N S!H. Patterson 

Simcoe. E R O'John C. Steele 

Guysboro' .... N S John Magulre 

Albert N BiM. Steoves 

Westmoreland, N U Amos Wilson 
Westmoreland, N Bl A. Steeves 

Provencher M A. 8 Friesen 

Lennox J. .S. NeiUou 

Pictou N S John Fraser 

Selkirk M J. Stevenson 

Muskoka Q J. K. Lane 

J. Edgewortb 



*SteventviU» Welland 

Stewart Kent Robt. Kane 

Stewart Bay | Muskoka A P S'd. Alex. L. Stewart 

Stewarton iKing's N B Alex. Stewart 

Stewartville Renfrew, S R . ... Alexander Dufl 

StewiaekeC. Roads. Colchester N S F. J. Logan 

Still Water iQuysboro' N 8 Henry Elliott 

•Stirling Hastings, N R ... Mrs. A. Judd 

Stirling Richmond N 3 R. McLeod 

Stirton Wellington, C R. John Ilamhly 

Stittsville iCarleton Samuel Mann 

Stiles Tillage Westmoreland. NB David P. Stiles 

Stockdale Northumb'd,ER. H. S. Bowerman 

Stockton Selkirk M A. F. Andrews 

Stockwell Chateauguay ... Q M. Patnaude 

Stoco IHastings, K R ... Patrick Murphy 

Stoddarts lAnnapolis ... N 8 John Stoddart 

Stoddervllle Selkirk M James Stodder 

Stoke Centre 'Richmond Q Anthony Byrou 

Stokes Bay Bruce, N R John Sbut» 

Stoketon Richmond Q As& Hall 

Stonefleld Argenteuil Q Thos. Oweu.s 

Stoneham Quebec Q Michael Duun 

Stonehaven Gloucester N B U. C. lUad 

Stone House Cumberland... N S M. Nicholson 

Stoneleigh !Ontario,NR William Qohm 

Stone Quarry Welland Aaron House 

Stonewall Lisgar M J. B. Rutherford 

Stoney Mountain ... Lisgar M Arthur Perry 

Stony Greek Wentworth, S R. Alva G. Jones 

Stony Creek Albert N BiJohn Scott 

Stony Lake I Peterboro', E R . 0| James Robb 

Stony Point Essex, N R OiH. Deiyardins 

Stormont Guysboro' N 8 Thos. F. Milward 

Stornoway Compton Q Colin Noble 

Stottvllle St. John's QjM. Kheaume 

*Slouffmlle Ontario, N R W. B. Sanders 

Strabane Wentworth.N R. Arch. Cochrane 

Strader's Hill Dundas W. C. Strader 

StrafTordville Elgin, E R OIL. Johnson 

Strange York, N R Wallace Bailey 

Strangfleld Kent O' Thomas Strang 

Strasburg Waterloo, S R ... Henry Walder 

Strassburg Assa'C. Henry Hinck 

•Stratford Perth, N R Wm. Blair 

Strathabo NorthumberI'd N B' John McDuff 

Stiathadam Northumberl'd N BiRobert Adams 

Strathallan Oxford, N R Miss A. Lapplu 

Strathavon Grey. N R A. F. D. Lee 

Strathburn Middlesex, W R. Hugh McRae 

Stratbclair Marquette MiJosephDier 

Striithclair Station. Marquette MH. G. Clark 

iStratherne Selkirk M George Stewart 

Strathewen Lisgar MJDugald McEwen 

Str,»thlurn Inverness N SiA. D. McLean 

Stiathmore Stormont Oi Don. Mcintosh 

Stratbuairu Grey, E R Joseph Bowes 

•Strathroy Middlesex, W R. 0|llugh McColl 

Street's Ridge Cumberland... N S| Patrick Gahun 

*StreetsvilU Peel O.Robert Oraydon 

Stromness Monck 0;A. Benson 

Stronach Mountain. Annapolis ... N SQeo. Stronach 

Stroud Simcoe.SR John Chantler 

Stuartburn Piuvencher ML. G. Ramsay 

Sturgeon King's PEI Mrs. E. Lanigan 

Sturgeon Bay Simcoe, E R James Playfair 

Slurye.on FalU Dist. of Nipissng. J. D. Cockburu 



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PO»T OPriCB. 

.Sturguim Point 

i^tyriiitRt Settlement. 

'Sudbury 

:?uffleld 

t'ufTjlk Station 

Sugar Loaf 

Sutnat 

.Summerberry 

.^uiumurfleld 

SummerhlU 

Summer Hill 

SummersiiU 

Summergiiie 

Summerstown 

Summerville 

:^umme^vilIe 

Suinmvrville 

Summeryllle Centre 

Sumuer 

ouubury 

SuruUrUmd 

Sundridge 

:$un(lridge 

Sunnidale Corners. . 

riunuidale 

Suunybrae 

Sunnymede 

Sunnyside 

Sunnyside 

Sunnyside 

Sunshine 

Surette Island 

Surrey 

Sussex Corner 

Sussex Portage 

Sussex Vale 

Sutherland's Cor. ... 
Sutherland's Mills... 

Sutherland's River. 

Suthwyn 

Sutton 

Sutton Junction .... 
Sutton Wist 

Swan Creek. 

Swan Lalce 

Swausburg 

Sweaburg 

.'jweenyvlUu 

Sweetsburg 

Sweet's Corners 

Swift Current 

Swindon 

Swintou Park 

Switzerviiie 

'Sydenham 

Sydenham Place 

Sydney 

Sydney Forks 

Sydney Alines 

Sykeston 

Sylvan 

Synton 

Syphers' Cove 

Table Falls 

Tabuclntac 

Tadousac 

Talbotville Royal ... 

Tamworth 

Taucook Island 

Tunoier 

Tansley 

Tapleytown 

Tiira 

Tarbert 

Tarbut 

Tatainagouclie 

Tatamagoticlie Mt.. 

Tatlock 

Taunton 

Taoistoek 

Taylor Village 

Tay Mills 

Tsy Settlement 

Tayside 

Tecumseh 

*7eAtwater 

TeetervxUe 



I ELECTORAL DISTKICT. POSTMASTER. 



Victoria, N H 0] Geo. Crandell 

Morthumberl'd N B John Stymast 

Algoroa OS. Fournier 

Sherbrooke Ql P. FitzPatrick 

Queon'rt P KI J. A. Fergutiou 

Victoria N3 Geo Wilkie 

N. Westminster B C|D. W. Miller 
Assiniboia Ter. . ..|Jas. II. Love 

Carleton N BJM. A. Smith 

Huron, 8 R .... OIQ.M. Kilty 

Queen's N B! James Kerr 

Prince P E IJH. C. Green 

Antigouishe ... N SlWm. A.Cbisholni 

Glengarry Q. Nicholson 

Peel 0, Bernard Morris 

Iting's P E I ' P.J. D. Edmondi 

Hants N S A. Young 

Queen's N SMrs.M.McGowau 

Assiniboia Ter. . . . Jas. Sumtmr 

Frontenac O'jobn McBride 

Ontario, N R Oj John C. Jones 

Muskoka* PS'd. Ol.lohn Carter 

Pictuu N S James Brown 

Slmcoe, N R . . . . O John S. Dixon 

Simcoe, N R 0:Jameg McQreev} 

Pictou N S'James Fraser 

Assiniboia Ter iAtex. McKenzie 

King's N SJH. Manning 

Lisgar MID. Gillespie 

Itestigouche... N B Mrs. H. Millor 

Huron, E R 0;Wm. II. Hothan 

Yarmouth N S A. Surette 

Albert N BjT. E. Bray 

King's N BIG. H. Barnes 

King's N B I Wm. S. Teakles 

King's N B Robert D. Boai 

Middlesex, W R. O; J. W. McKeown 

Pictou N SlD. Holmes 

Pictou N 5 1 Duncan Ross 

Lisgar M'D. Sutherland 

G. C. Dyer 
N. P. Emerson 
J. R. Bourchier 
H. A. Eastabrooh 
J. G. Tulloch 
J. Swausburg 
J. A. Cody 
P. R. Leger 



I'OST O-HCK. 



ELECTORAL DIBTHICT. | POSTMAbTER. 



Tehkummab Algonia Laban Amer 

Telfer Middlesex. E R... Henry Sooft 

Temperance Vale ... York N B James K. Peuder 

Temperanceville .... York, N R 0|WilliHm liut'ier 

Temple York N D John McAUiittr 

Tempo Middlesex, SR... Wm. Vicsry 

Tenby Bay lAlgoina U. P. Fuller 

Tenecape lUants N S Wm. StepheiM 

Ten Mile Creek 1 St. John N B John S. Parker 

Ten Mile House iQueen's P E I J. Fltzpatrlck 

Tennant's Cove i King's N B Mrs. M. Worden 

Tennyson Lanark, S Jt D. McGregor 

Terence Bay 'Halifax N S S. G. Slaunwliit* 

Tf.rrebonne [Terrebonne Q Dr. Archambau.t 

Tessierville Rimouski Q Hermyle Parent 



Teston 
TeteaGaucheRN.S. 



York, W R George Wilson 

Gloucester .... N B John Colnan 



Brome Q 

Brome Q 

York, N R 

Sunbury N B 

Selkirk M 

Shelburne N S 

Oxford, S R 

Kent N B 

Missisquoi Q!C. S. Boright 

Leeds, S R G. Church 

Assiniboia Ter ; W. G. Knight 

Muskoka & P S'd. O] James Large 

Grey, E R John Martin 

Lennox 0|P. E. R. Miller 

Addington OjIIugh Madden 

Drummond Q; Mrs E. Milington 

Cape Breton... N S|A. Matheson 
Cape Breton... N S; Colin McMullin 
Cape Breton... N S;Miss H. F Rigbj 
Lambton, W R... 01 Robert Heal 
Middlesex, N R . OjMrs. E. Dawson 

Albert N B'Synton Hopper 

Queen's N B Jacob Syphers 

Argenteuil .... Q;C. W. Johnson 
North'mb'rl'd. N B{ J. W. Robertson 

Sague my Q O. H. Duberger 

Elgin, W R 0, John Tucker 

Addington O'Daniel K. Rose 

Lunenburg ... N S John W. Pearl 

Halifax N 3 William Hay 

Halton John Bunton 

Wentworth,S R. W. H. Truesiialo 

Bruce, NR Wm. Young 

Wellington.N R. M. McMurchy 

Victoria N S Don. McLeod 

Colchester N S Robt. Purves 

Colchester N S Isaac Harris 

Lanark, N R Peter Guthrie 

Ontario, S R .M. S. Bowman 

Oxford, X k Frederick Krug 

Westmorttland, NB Chas. Taylor 

York N B Nathan Boone 

York NB Wm. Tomilson 

Stormont O John Mci'hail 

Essex, N R Jos. Christie 

Bruce, ER OH. B. O'Connor 

Norfolk, N R QiGeo. 0. Teeter 



Tete a Gauche R.3.S. Gloucester . .. N B Stephen Kent 

Tetreauville Ottawa Q Oliver Ledun 

Tetu Temiscouata Q Edmoud Tetii 

Teviotdale Wellingtou.N R. O M. Q. Miller 

Tewkesbury iQuebec Q X. DeFchampv 

Texas River York N B James Fairluv 

Thamesford Oxford, N R N. C. McCarty 

*'rhamtsvilU Bothwell John Duncan 

Thanet Hastings, N R ... John Christie 

The Barony York N B Q. W. Ebbett 

The Brook Russell Joseph Munsid 

Lambton, E R.... T. Klrkpatrlck 

Colchester N S Robt. Mcintosh 

Middlesex, B R... Peter Ackland 

Cardwell A. McLaren 

Middlesex, ER... T. A. Robinson 

Russell Simon Ouellet 

Richmond N S Sam'l McLeod 

Queen's N B Andrew Barton 

Hastings, N R ... Mrs. J. McGregor 

Algoma J. B. Dobie 

Megantic Q S. Blondeau 

York.WR D.Stewart, juu 

Hastings, £ R. . . , Edward Elliott 

King's N BJames Smith 

Algoma O W. E. Bdtemau 

Thompscnvilir | Simcoe, SR J. Scbmietendorf 

Thompson's Mills ...j Cumberland... N S'Mrs. S. Jones 

T/iorburn .Pictou NS Francis Love 

Thornbrook 'King's N B,R. McA. Dobsa^c 



*Tht(iford 

The Falls 

The Gore 

The Grange 

The Grove 

The Lake 

ThePoinU.W. Bay. 

The Range 

Tlie Ridge 

Thessalon 

Thetford Mines . . , , 

Thistletown 

Ihomatburg 

Thomond 

Thompson 



Thornby 

Thorndale 

*Thombury 

Thorn Centre 

Thorncliffe 

Thornetown 

*Thomhill 

Thornhill 

Thornton 

Thoruvllle 

Thornyhurst 

*Thorold 

Thorpe 

Three Brooks 

Three Lakes 

Three Mile House . 
Three Mile House. 

*Three Rivers 

Three Sisters 

Three Tree Creek 



Grey. E R Thos. McKonny 

Pontiao Q Joseph Hill 

Middlesex, E R... Wm. H. Salmoo 

Pontiac Q|E. E. Holt 

Kent ' George B. Shaw 

Queen's N B W.H. Doney 

York, E R J. T. B. Lindsay 

Selkirk M W. Bradley 

Simroe, S R M. Blackstock 

Annapolis N S David Covert 

Bothwell H. Q. Waybran! 

Weliand John Dale 

Lennox J. B. Peters 

Victoria N B John Edgar 

Beauce Q Geoige Flint 

St. John N B Philip O'Neill 

Halifax N S Jas. McDonald 

Three Rivers Q C. K. Ogden 

Cumberland. ...N S'F. R. Eaton 

Sunbury N B J. McQuestion 

Throoptown !GrenvilIe, S R ... E.J. McMahou 

*Thurso Ottawa Q, George Edwards 

Hastiug.?, N R . . 0;Mrs. W. Thwsiie 

Addiugton J. A. Charlton 

Oliver King 
Calvin G. Strang 
S. J. Perry 
A. Perrault 
John Bartley 
Wm. Bray all 
Miss M. Doyle 
L. Arseneault 
E. D. TillsoD 
A. E. Bailey 
John J. Romp 
John Smith 
James M. Wear 
N. Mclnnes 
Milton Outhouse 
Jas. Simpson 



Thwaite 
Tichborne 

Tidnish jCumberland... N 8 

Tidnish Bridge | Westmoreland, N B 

Tignish I Prince P B 1 

Tikonabe ! Chicoutimi Q 

Tilbury Centre I Essex. XU O 



TiUey 

Tilley 

Tilley Road 
*'nUnnburg 

TUton 

Tintern 

Tioga {Simcoe, S R 

Titusville I King's 



Victoria N B 

Leeds, SR 

Gloucester . ... N B 

Norfolk, N R 

Northumb'd,ER 

Lincoln 

... 
NB 



Tiverton iBruce, W R 

Tiverton Digby N 8 

Tobermory Bruce, N R 



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I'OST OKFICFJS IN CANADA. 



101 



r.] POHTMAbTER. 

liabun Amer 
Henry 8nott 
I) JaiMHi) K. PouiUr 
OWilliHm Butir-r 
D John >lcA\li-,tiT 
Wm. Vicsry 

U. P. Fuller 

a I Wm. StopheiH 
B John S. Park«r 

1 J. Fltzpatrick 

B Mrs. M. Wordeii 
D. McGregor 

a s. 0. aiaiiiiwiiite 

Q Dr. Archambsu.t 
Q Hermyle I'arnnl 
George Wilson 
n John Colnaii 
B atephen Kent 
Q Oliver I.edui: 
Q Kdmouii Teui 
M.G. Miller 
Q X. DbFohamp') 
B James Falrluv 
N. C.McCarty 
John Duncan 
John ChrUtiH 
B 0. W. Kbbett 
Joseph Munai'd 
T. Klrkpatrick 
8 Uobt. Mcintosh 
, Peter AcklanJ 
A. McLaren 
T. A. Robinson 
, aimon Ouellet 
8 Sam'l McLeod 
B Andrew Barton 
, Mrs. J. McGregor 
J.B. Dobie 
Q a. Blondeau 
. D. atewart, juu 
O, Edward £lliott 
B James Smith 
. O W. E. Bdtemau 
, J. 8chmietendorf 
I 8 'Mrs. 8. Jones 
S' 8 Francis Love 
I BR. McA. Dobson 
. Thos. McKanny 

Q Joseph Uill 
. Wm. H. Salmon 
. Q E. E. Holt 
. George B. Shaw 
J B W. H. Doney 
. 0;J. T. B. Lindsay 
M;W. Bradley 
. M. Blackstock 
S' 8 1 David Covert 
. H. 0. Waybrant 
. John Dale 
. J. B.Peters 
i B John Edgar 
, QGeoige Flint 
!^B Philip O'Neill 
!{ a Jas. McDonaM 
.. Q C. K. Ogden 
!^ a'F. R. Eaton 
^ B J. McQuestion 
.. E.J. McMahou 
,. QiGeorgP Edwards 
. 0[Mrs. W. Thwsite 
.. J. A.Charlton 
V 8 Oliver Kins 
!J B 
El 
,Q 
..0 
«JB 
. 
!J B 
.. 
: 
.. 
.. 
NB 
.. 
^ 8 
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POST orricK. 



Calvin G.Strani 
S. J. Perry 
A. Perrault 
John Bartley 
Wm. Brajall 
MissM. Doyle 
L. ArseneauU 
E. D. TillsoD 
A. E. Bailey 
John J. Romp 
John Smith 
James M. Wear 
M. Mclnnea 
Milton Outhouse 
Jag. Simpson 



Tutiique River , 
Toddburn ... ., 

To<lmorden 

Toledo 



ELEOTORAL DISTRICT 



POSTMASTER. 



Victoria N B David Curry 

Marquette Ml William Todd 

York, K R OOeorce Bater 

Brockvllle OJMrs C. A.MoLeai 



Toney River IPIctou N 8|A. Fraser 



Topping 

Tooleton 

Torbay 

Torbrook 

Tormore 

'Toronto 

■ Ba'.hunt Street... 
Blether Street.... 

■ Carlcton Street ... 

■ Dundas S'reet ... 
Quern Siren E... 
.Spadina Avenue. 

Torrance 

T'jtonka 

'TdtUnham 

T.juchwood Hills. .. 

Tower Hill 

Town Plot 

TowDsend Centre ... 

Toy's Hill 

Traeadie 

Traoadie 

Tracadle Cross 

Tracey's Mills 

rrac«y Station 

TracyTlUe 

Trafalgar 

Trafalgar 

TrafTord 

Trahan's Mills 

Traleo 

Tramore 

Traverstou 

Traveller's Rest 

Treadwell 

Trecastle 

Tregarva 

Treberne 

Tremblay 

Tremont 

Trenholm 

Trent Bridge 

Trenton 

^Trtyiion 

Tring atation 

Trois Pistoles 



Trois aaumons 

Trottier | Arthabaska 

Trout Brook INorthumb'd 



Oxford, N R 0!Wm. Honry 

King's N B J. W. Tnolo 

Quysboro' N 8'Robt. Morrison 

Annapolis N8!Wm. Brown 

York, W R 01 Thomas Smyth 

Toronto 0|T. 0. Patteson 

Toronto, West ... OiFoUis Johnston 
Toronto, Centra. OjMrs. E. Newton 
Toronto, Centre. Oi Andrew Jeffrey 
Toronto, West ... Albort Uudgin 
Toronto, East .... 01 W. Price 
Torontj, West ... O'Jof. Reading 

aimcoe, E R 

Marquette M 

aimcoe. a R 

Assa 

Charlotte N B 

King's N8 

Norfolk, NR 

Dundas 

Gloucester .... N B 
Antlgoulshe... N 8 

Queen's P E 1 

Carleton N B 

Sunbury N B 

Sunbury N B 

Halton 

Guysborough..,N 8 

Addington 

Wolfe Q 

Perth. NR 

Renfrew, N R . ... 

Grey, 8 R 

Prince P E 1 

Prescott 

Wellington, N R. 

Assa 

Marquette M 

ChlcoutimI Q 

King's N8 

Drummond Q 

Northumb'd,ER. O 

PIctou N8 

Hastings, W R... 

Beauce Q 

Temlscouata Q 

L'Islet Q 

... Q 

NB 



Trout Brook j Arthabaska Q 

Trout Brook jCape Treton... NS 

Trout Lake Muskokaft P.8'd. 



Trout River 
Trout River 
Trowbridge 

Troy 

Trudell ; Essex, N R . 

Truemanville 

Truro 

Tryon 

Tuam 

Tuftsvllle ■Hastings, WR 

TuUanwre 



Tnmbell., 

Tuppervllle 

Tupperville 

Turin 

Tiirnerville 

Turtle Creek 

Turtle Lake 

Turtle Mountain. . 

Tuscarora 

lusket 

Tiisket Wedge 

Tu}eed 

Tweedslde 

Tweedside 

rwin Elm 

Two Islands 

Two Rivers 

Two Rivers 

Tyotown 



Huntingdon Q 

Inverness .... N S 

Perth, N R 

Wontworth.N R. 



Cumberland.. N S 

Colchester N 8 

Prince P EI 

SImcoe, a R 






Peel 

Marquette M 

Annapolis . ... N 8 

Bothwell O 

Elgin, WR 

Bothwell 

Albert NB 

Mu8koka4P8'd. 

Selkirk M 

Brant, 8 R 

Yarmouth N 8 

Yarmouth N 8 'Mrs. Le Blanch 

Ha8tln!,'s. E R ... OiW. J. Bowell 
Wentworth,8R. OA. Laud 

York N B I Jas. Rutherford 

Carleton OiP Green 

Cumberland.. N S|T.W. McKay 

Selkirk M Geo. Newcomb 

Cumberland... N S B. B. Uaruhlll 
Glengarry Jos. Tyo 



W. 0. Jestin 
John Held 
Wm. P. Laveroc 
Angus McBeltli 
John Irons 
J. T. Jackson 
W. J. Smith 
Geo. Carter 
John McMahon 
Placid Delorey 
A. Johnson 
Isaac F. Adams 
D. a. Duplesea 
F. Tracy 
iTno. K. Applebe 
John Nelson 
M. Whelan 
A. Trahan 
Hugh Wright 
Peter Foy 
John Delaney 
T. Townsend 
— Rodden 
D. McCaughrin 
J. E. Petrle 
W. H. Bmlth 
Marcel Cot6 
R. R. Baker 
W. W. Stevens 
Mrs. Mary L. Ler 
W. Fraser 
Jas. K. Christie 
Eli Vall6 
T. P. Pelletler 
Germain Caron 
J. Dubois 
A. Cain 
P. D. Larivlere 
Donald Lomond 
Rankin Lawson 
Jas. Marshall 
Angus McLean 
Chas. Cosens 
George Clark 
David Henderson 
R. Beattie 
W. McCully 
Mrs. C. Crawford 
P. Svkes 
Stephen Tufts 
William Moore 
P. McDougall 
W. F. Willett 
John J. Sutor 
R. F. Dickson 
Wm. Turner 
aolomon Berry 
Donald Ross 
A. N. Tregent 
8. J. McKelvey 
A. 8. Lent 



POST OFPICE. 



'ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 



POSTMASTER. 



Tyue Valley IPrince P E I N. McLellan 

Tyneeide Haldlmand J. A. Duncsi. 

Tyrrnnnell Elgin, W R John O'Brien 

Tyrone Durham, W R ... John T. Welsh 

Tyrrell .Vorfolk,NR O Augustus Sloat 

Udora Ontario, N R R. 8. Webster 

Ufflngton Ontario, NR John Doherty 

UlTord MuskokaA PB'd.O Nelcon .Shorwrod 

Dhthoff aimcoe, E R Jeremiah Lyneji 

DllswHter MuKkokaAPS'd. George Bunn 

Ulvrton Drummond Q; James Miller 

t'mfraville Hastings, N R ... D. Kavanagh 

Underliill N"rthumberW,N.B W. T. Underbill 

Undf.rwooS. Bruce, W R Hugh Murray 

Undine Victoria N B Janet W. WatccQ 

Union Elgin. E R James McKeuzle 

Union Corner Carleton N B J. E. Chase 

Union Centre I'ictou NSiWm.Munri 

Union Road Queen's P E ijlsaac Sellar 

*Uninnvine York, E R OiJ. F. Davif-un 

Upham IKIng's N B Chas. Titus 

" King's NBJ. D. TItuR 

Victoria, N R .... 0|Jo8eph Calhoun 
Muskoka & P S'd. P. Shaugnessy 

Monck 0. 8. Best 

Westmoreland, NBJ. Beaudreau 
Northumb'd... N R[ Wm. Dickens 

MIsslsquoi QiJ. P. Martin 

Guysboro' N S'Thos. Fitzgerald 

Lunenburg ... N S'A. Knack 

Carleton N B'Chas. Chase, sen, 

Sunbury N Bj Philip Goan 

Kent N B 8. B. GIrouarJ 

Guysboro' N 8 D. Cameron 

King's N 8 C. B. Dickey 

Westmoreland, N B A. Rawortb 
Gloucester ... N B Charles Godin 

Annapolis N 8 John L. Morse 

York N B Robert Glen 

Restigonche... N.B Wm. Craig 
Annapolis NS Fred. Williams 



Upham Station 

Uphill 

Uplands 

Upper 

Upper Abougoggin . 
Upper Baydu Vln... 

Upper Bedford 

Upper Big Traoadie. 

Upper Branch 

Upper Brighton 

Upper Burton 

Upper Buctouche. . . 
Upper Caledonia . ... 

Upper Canard 

Upper Cupe 

Upper Oaraquet 

Upper Clarence 

Upper Caverhill 

Upper Charlo 

Upper Clements 

Upper Clyde River... 
Upper Coal Creek... 
Upper Coverdale. . , 
Up.Cr.Rds, at.M'ys 
Upper Dyke Village. 

Upper Economy 

Up. Fort Lawrence. 
Vpper Oagetown .... 
Upper Gaspereaux ... 

Upper Gcshen 

Upper Granville .... 
Upper Greenwich ... 
Upper Ilampstead... 
Upper Hayneville... 
Upper Kemptown... 
Upper Kenuetcook . 

Upper Kent 

Upper Keswick 

Cd. Keswick Ridge. 
Upper Kintore .... 
Upper Knoxford . . . 

Upper La Have 

Up. Leitche's Creek. 
Upper Loch Lomond 
Up. Magaguadavic... 
Upper Malagash .... 

Upper Margaree 

Upper Maugerville.. 
UpperMellwurne... 
Upper Middleboro... 

Upper Mills 

Up. Musquodotmt ... 

Upper Neguac 

Upper New Horton. 

Upper Newport 

Up. Nine Mile River 
Upper North River. 

Upper Otnabog 

Upper Peel 

Upper Pereaux 

Upper P'nt de Bute 
Upper Port Latour 
Upper Queensbury . . 

Upper Kawdon 

Upper Rockport,WO 
Upper St. Bazil 



ahelburne N 8 Jesse Bowers 

Queen's N B|.Tohn 8. Bonnell 

Albert N BlX. 0. Oeldart 

Guysboro' N S J. MiGrath 

King's N 8 Mrs.M.Nowcomb 

Colchester N S Miss R. Durning 

Cumberland... N 8 M. Chapman 

Queen's N B Thomas Crother 

Queen's N B Isaac C. Burpe 

Albert N B D. U. Hay ward 

Annapolis NBA. Walker 

King's N B Henry Walton 

Queen's N B 8. Cameron 



York NB 

Colchester N 8 

Hants N 8 

Carleton NB 

York NB 



C. VanBuskiak 
G. Mathison 
Jacob Uennigat 
A. Hawthorn 
Wliitfleld Estev 



York N Bin. T. Coburn 

Victoria N B Jas. Farquhar 

Carleton K B Jas. M. Laggin 

Lunenburg ... N 8 Josiah Rudolf 
Cape Breton ... N S Murdoek Beaton 

St. John N B Thomas McAfee 

York N B ' Joseph Gartley 

Cumberland ... N BlAmos Purdy 

Inverness N SlJohn McLenu.^n 

Sunbury N B I James ShiekU 

Richmond Q I N. Coburn 

Cumberland... N 8 C. A.Fountain 

Charlotte N B Mrs. A King 

Halifax N S J. S. Stewart 

Northumb'd... N B A. Martin 

Albert NBlMrs.S Reid 

Hants N SjE. Sweet 

Hants N SIMrs. McDouj-'all 

Colchester N 81 A. McKunzie 

Queen's N BlMrs.T. C. Dougan 

Carleton N BIW. B. Tomkine 

King's N SjJ. L. Newcomb 

Westmorerd... N b!g. R. Dixon 

Shelburne N s'.Mrs. E.Crowell 

York N BJD. C Parent 

Hants » N SjAndrew Pearson 

Westmoreland. N B | John G. Read 
Victoria N B Cyprien Martin 



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102 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1888. 



POST orrioi. 



Upper St. Francii... 

Upper SnckTllle 

Upper Saekville 

UpperSet BaddeckR. 
Upper .Set. MIddleR. 
Upper Set. South R. 
Upper Sheffield 



ILECTOBAL DISTRICT. 

Victoria. N B 

Weitmoreland, N B 

Hiillfax N8 

Victoria N S 

VIctorU N S 

Antlgoniihe ... N S 
Sunbury N B 



Upper Southampton York N B 

Up. South W.Mabou ' 
Upper Sttwiaekt .... 

Upper Sumai 

Uii. Thome Centre. 

Upperton 

Upper Waahabuck... 



Upper Wlcklow 
Upper Wood Uar. 
Upper Woodstock. 

Uptergrore 

Upton 

Urbanla 

Urney 

Urqubarts 

Urea 

Usher 

Utlca 

Utoka 

Utopia 

Utteraon 

Uttoxet«r 

*Uxbridge 

Vachell 

Valcartier 

Vakfirtier Vlll.... 

Valcourt 

Val dea Boia 

Valeiicay 

Valena 

Valentla 

Vale Perklna 

Valetta 

Vallentyne 

Valletort 

VaUeyfidd 

Valleyfleld 

Valley Mills 

Valley Station.... 

Valmont 

Valmnrln 

Valoia 

Valraclne 

Vanatter 

Vanhurgh 

Vancamp 

Vancouvtr 

Vandecar 

Vandeleur 

Vandorf 

Vane^aa 

Van Horn 

* VanklMk Hill ... 
Vankoughnet .... 

Vanneck 

Vanvlack 



POSTMASTER. 



Robert Connor* 
Jaa. J. Whuaton 
Wm. UcKenzle 
D. McMillan 
.Toho McLennan 
A. Mcl'hee 
W. a. flarrlion 
J. W. Leiientine 
J. McDonald 
Francia Cox 
W. M. Campbell 
Duncan Rosa 
John S. Balrd 



Iiiverneag N 3 

Oolcheater N S 

N.Weatmlniter.BO 

Pontiac Q 

King's NB 

Victoria N SjAnguaMcnoiMlc 

Carleton N B M. Ilutchlnaon 

Shelburne N 8 Br.ra Jeffrey 

Carleton N B Q B Wolhampton 

OnUrlo, N R T. Mnlvlhlll 

King's PKI Wm. Ward 

Hants N S ' Qeorge DImock 

King's N B J. A. Leak 

King's N B Nath. Urquhart 

Peterboro', B R . Stephen Kettle 
Antigonlahe ... N S KiohHrd Carroll 

Ontario, S R Mrs. J. Dafoe 

Wellington, S R. Hugh Malone 

Blnicoe, S R 0' Philip Connor 

Muskoka A P S'd. Brastns Hanea 
Lambton, W R... S. Shepherd 
Ontario, W R ... O W. Hamilton 

York, N R Robt. McClellan 

Quebec Q Ohas. S. Wolff 

Quebec Q W. Billing 

Shefford Q C. St. Ongea 

Ottawa Q Hapttato David 

Ottawa Q M. St. Pierre 

Wentworth W.Cook 

Victoria, S R Wm. Suggitt 

Brome QO. H. Qordon 

Kent J. Richardaon 

Ontario, N R 00. Switzer 

Beauce QL. ParadiB,jun. 

Beauharnoia Qi Daniel Dion 

King'a PEI Noriaan McLeod 

Inyerness N S Qeo. Crowdis 

Colchester .... K S M. A. Johnson 

Champlain Q Philippe Lor 

Terrebonne Q C. Ouellette 

Jacques-Cartier . Q,P. Q. Vaiois 

Compton (^ J. Beaudrv 

Wellington, C R. W. J. Glover 
RenfVew, S R .... 0; A. Kosmack 

Dundaa ..., O^Mrs S. Vancamp 

N.Weitminster.BOuT. Miller 

Oxford, S R Oi A. R.W. Burrows 

Grey, 8 R OWm. Hutchison 

Ontario, W R .... Geo. H. Powell 

Norfolk, N R OH. Bartholomew 

Kent 0i.Toa. Zink 

Prescott P. R. McLaurln 

Ontario, N R OMrs. M. Denison 

Middlesex, E R... John W. Robson 

Sinicoe O' John Vanvlack 

Van Winkle 'Cariboo BCiW. W. Dodd 

Varency | Norfolk, S R 0! Jesse Parker 

Varenn'ea jVerchdrPS QiMrs.E.Geoffrion 

Varna JHuron, SR 0' Jog. Morrow 

Varney Grey, 8 R OiFrancia Eden 

Varp JRussell O'A. N. Dunning 

Vavasour j Muskoka A P Sd.OJD. L. Valentine 

Vasey .Simcoe, E R John Thompson 

Vaucl ise I L'Assomption ... Q Ferd. Crepeau 

Vaudreull j Vaudreuil Q.G. N. Brabant 

VauJreuil Station... Vaudreuil Q Victor Lalonde 

Vaushan Hants N S Jor Vaughan 

Vellore York.WR J. MacDonald 

Venioe Missisquoi Q Thomas Hunter 

Vennachar Addlngton Geo. Sweetnam 



Venosta Ottawa 

Ventnor Grenville, S R 

Ventry Irey, E R 

VerchSres Verchferes 

Verdun Bruce, W R.... 

Vereker Essex, S R 

Vernal Antigonishe ... 

Verner Nipi2«<ng .... 

Vernet Ottawa 



Q: James McCaffrey 
... John McAulay 
... R. Johnston 
... Q N. Chicoine 
... Stephen Irwin 
... Hilaire Bondy 
N 8 Angus Power 
. . J. L. Mlchaud 
. Q A. Bouet 

[1021 



POST OFFICE. 

Vernon 

Vernon Mines 

Vernon River 

Vernon Riv. Fridge. 

Vernonvllle 

Verona 

Versailles 

Verachoyle 

Vesta 

Veauvlus 

Vicars 

Vlckers 

Victor 

Vieloria 

Victoria 

Victoria 

Victoria 

Victoria Beach 

Victoria Cross 

Victoria Corners ... 
Victoria Harbour... 
*Vi(inri.a Harbour.. 

Victoria Mines 

Victoria Road 

Victoria Square 

Victoria Vale 

*Vicloriaville 

Victory 

*P'ienna 

Vienneau 

Vienots 

VIger 

ViRO 

Vlllagedale 

Village des Aulnalea 
Village Richelieu ... 

Villa Mastal 

VlllanoTa 

Vlllette 

Vmiera 

Vincennes 

Vine 

Vinton 

Viola Dale 

Violet 

Violet Hill 

Virden 

Virgil 

Virginia 

*Vitt(yfia 

Vivian 

Vogler'aCove 

Vroomanton 

Vyner 

Waasls Station 

Wabash 

Wagram 

Wabnapitae 

Wakefip'.j 

Wakjpa 

Waldemar 

Wales 

Walker's 

Walker's Cutting ... 

Walker's Point 

Walker's Settl'nt.... 

*Walkerton 

WalkervilU 

Wallace 

Wallace 

Wallace 

Wallace Bridge 

* yVallaceburg 

Wallace Grant 

Wallace Ridge 

^l/allacetovm 

Wallbridge 

Wallbrook 

Wallenstein 

Waller 

Walmer 

Walnut 

Walsh 

Walsingham Centre. 

Walter's Falls 

Waltham 

Walton 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTHASTIR. 



'Russell Thomas Bow 

King'a N 8; J. F. Whitney 

Queen's PR I George O'Neill 

Queen's P K I Dan. Mac<<ooaI.i 

Northumb., W R. 0;John 0. Boyd 

Addlngton O' Alex. Grant 

Iberville Q L. Laoomhe 

Oxfoid, 8R E. C. Corhitt 

{Bruce, E R O Robert Cannon 

King'a N8 Denis Reden 

'Huntingdon Q James Wllsoa 

Grey. 8 R J. W. VIoksrs 

Norfolk, 8 R. . . . Wm. R. Iteld 

Victoria B C Robert Wallace 

iCarleton N B J. W. Boyar 

I Cumberland... N 8 Tboa. Gileit 

Queen's P E I P. H. Palmer 

'Annapoila N S<Jo3. Haynea 

j King's P EI John Glllls 

I Ontario, N R .... Robert Acton 

iKing's N S J. W. Sturk 

Slmcoe. E R Mark Vasey 

Cape Breton ... N 8 T. Fortune 
Victoria, N R .... W. R. Cavana 

York, B R John Perkins 

Annapolis N 8 Avard Chesley 

Arthabaska Q Louis Folaey 

Queen's N Hi John Coyle 

Elgin, H R O'Sam. BrasbHr 

Northumb'l'd. NB Peter Vienneau 
Lunenburg. ... N 8 Enoa J. Vienot 

Timlscouata ' B. Cailllouet 

Slmcoe, N R Thomas Smith 

Shelburne . . . . N 6^ Samuel Black 

L'lalet Q A. Dupula 

Ronvllle Q N. D. D. Beasettg 

Quebec Q Andrew Kay 

Norfolk, N R W. R. Shearer 

Compton Q J. McConey 

Peterboro', E R. Wm. Weir 

Champlain QiM. Dusureault 

Simcoe, S R OJ V. P. Kelcey 

Pontiac QlWm. Gilchrist 

Marquette mIF. Middleton. 

Lennox Wm. H.Perry 

Cardwell F. Robinson 

Selkirk M W. F. Scarth 

Lincoln A Niagara James Flaher 

York. N R John Kay 

Norfolk, a R OjGeorgeD. McCall 

OnUrlo, WR OiRobt. McCormlck 

Lunenburg ... N 8 1 John Parka 

Ontario, N R OThomas Francia 

Lambton, W R... John Gates 

Sunbury N b! George Grass 

Both well Ol A. Anderson 

Wellington, N R. 01 James C.^'lg 

Nipissing OlD. McLaren 

Ottawa Q' Jaa. McLaren 

Selkirk MlClovis Guerin 

Wellington, N R. OJ David Jenkins 

Stormont 0;Mrs. A. Baker 

Middlesex, W R. Jas. Greaves 
Arthabiiaka .... QiMra. R. D. Pepio 

Slmcoe, ER o'John Walker 

King's N BiWm. Adair 

Bruce, E R Malcolm Macleao 

Essex, N R H. M. Crittenden 

Wellington, N R. O Henry Homer 
Cumberland ... N 8 B. S. Seaman 

Assa A. E. Boake 

Cumberland... N S J. L. McKln 

Bothwell D. B. McDonald 

Cumberland... N S Geo. E. Colter 
Cumberland... N S, David Ross 

Elgin. WR O'RobertGunn 

Hastings, W R... F.B. Prior 

King's N S A. Mitchell 

Waterloo, N R ... Oj Lemuel Powell 

Russell oi Patrick Hanev 

Oxford, N R John McDonalJ 

Lambton, E R... QiP. E. Willougbby 

Norfolk, 8 R 0, Mrs. J. Johnfou 

Norfolk, S R Wm. Morgan 

Grey, N R 0; T«8. Campbell 

Pontiac Q J. G. Poupore 

Huron, S R o' William Neill 



[1888. 



ISS8.] 



P08T OFFICKS IN CANADA. 



103 



OT. _ JP08TIU8T«R. 

. Thomas Bow " 
f 8 J. F. Whitney 
E I George O'Neill 
B I D«n. Maci'oDttll 
. John 0. Boyd 
. 0' Alex. Grant 
. Q L. Lacombe 
. K. C. Oorbitt 
. Robert Cannon 

< 8 DenU Roden 
Q JameR WlUoa 
.». W. Vlokem 
Wm. R. Held 

B Robert Wallace 

< B J. W. Boyer 
8 ThoB. Giles 

E I , P. II. Palmer 

I SJos. Ilaynea 

B I John GUliR 
Hobert Acton 
a J. W. Sturk 
Mark Vaaey 
8 T. Fortune 
W. R. Cavana 
John Perklnn 

f 8 Avard Cheeley 
Q Lonie Foliey 

I B j John Coy le 
O'Sam. Brasher 

IB 

^8 



POST orrioE. 



Peter VIenneau 
Kno8 J. Vienot 
B. CHilllouet 
Thomas Smith 
Samuel Black 
A. Dupuia 
N. D. D. Beggett* 
Andrew Kay 
W. R. Shearer 
J. McConey 
Wm. Weir 
. QiM. DuHureault 
.. V. P. Kelcey 
.. Q I Wm. Gilchrist 
. MIF. Middleton. 





Q 
Q 
Q 

Q 




.. 
.. 
.H 
raO 
,. 



Wm. H. Perry 
F. Robinson 
W. F. Scarth 
James Fisher 
John Kay 
OiGeorgeD. McCali 
.. 1 Robt. McCormlck 
t( 8 1 John Parks 
.. 0> Thomas Francis 
.. 1 John Gates 
ff B! George Grass 
. OlA. Anderson 
I. 1 James Cr'lg 
. OlD. McLaren 
.. Q Jas. McLaren 
. M Clovig Guerin 
{. David Jenkins 
.. OiMrs. A.Baker 
.. Jas. GreaTes 
, QjMrs. R. D. Pepin 
.. o'John Walker 
!C BiWm. Adair 
.. Malcolm Macleao 



.. 

I. 

ST S 
.ssa 



H. M. Crittenden 
Henry Homer 
B. 8. Seaman 
A. £. Boake 
V 8 J. L. McKin 
.. D. B. McDonald 
^f S Geo. E. Colter 
y S David Ross 
,. 0; Robert Ounn 
.. F.B. Prior 
N 8 A. Mitchell 
.. Lemuel Powell 
.. 1 Patrick Hanev 
.. OiJohn McDonald 
.. 0!P. E. Wllloughby 
,. OiMrs. J. Johnscu 
,. 0' Wm. Morgan 
„ OlJaa. Campbell 
.. Q J. G. Poupore 
.. ' William Neill 



Valun 

Wilton'* Lake 

Wmfche 

trtDi't«ad 

Wit|>tha 

(riip4>lls 

(farburton 

Ifardt^n 

(Turd's Creek Road. 

I 'Wirdsville 

I Wireham 

(r.^rioa 

WirK-worth 

Warifton 

Virieigh 

Waru luster 

Warner 

Wrtrrington 

Warfaw 

ffartburg 

Wiirwick 

Mrwiuk 

Wmti'ana 

Wasbago 

I Wafhburn 

I WaahlngtoD 

Watkada 

Was»<-wa 

1 Witerborough 

fPiirrdown 

'Waierford 

Waferford 

Watciford 

WatTford 

Waterloo 

Wa'trloo 

'Waifrlon 

Watemish 

Watwslde 

Watt-rton 

Witervale 

Wat^rville 

Watervllle 

■W^trvillt 

*Waif<yrd 

Witkins Mills 

Watttnwyl 

ffatfdn's Corners ... 

Wjtcin Settlement. 

Watt Sectlon.S.Har. 

Wattfvlew 

Waubamlck 

'Wduhatuhtne 

Wjubnno 

Waugh's River 

Waupoos 

Waverley... 

WsTerley.. 

favy Bank 

Wawfiig 

Wawota 

Waverton 

ffavB Mills 

Weatherley 

Weaver Settlement.. 

Webster's Corner.... 

Weedon .... 

Wwd.in Centre 

ffe*don Station .... 

ffeiilmann 

W^ir 

Weissenburg 

WeUvme - 

V-Mford ' 

fftWon 

*miand 

V'li<ind Port 

I'^'MesUy 

Wellington 

WellingMn 

^'"tngton 

Wellington 

^tlUngtnn - 

Wellington \ 

Weiiin(?ton Station. 

Wellman'g Corners. 

^fells 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 

Hants N 8 

King's N B 

Selkirk M 

Lambton.W R... 

Selkirk M 

Assa 

Leeds, 8 R 

IShefford Q 

'King's NB 

Mlddlesex.W R... 

Grey, B R 

Stormont 

INorthumb.ER.O 
Hastings. N R... 

I Marquette M 

jSlmcoe, E R 

IWentworth, SR. 

Selkirk M 

I Peterboro', B R... 

Perth, N R 

lArthabaska Q 

Lambton, B R.... 

Assa 

iSlmcoe, B R 

Frontenac 

Brant. NR 

Selkirk M 

Selkirk M 

Queen's N B 

Wentworth. N R. 

Norfolk, N R 

DIgby NS 

King's N B 

Prince P EI 

Lunenburg ....N S 

Shefford Q 

Waterloo, N R... 
Greysboro' .... N 8 

Albert NB 

Leeds, 8 R 

PIctou NB 

Compton Q 

Oarleton N B 

King's N 8 

Lambton, BR.... 
Drummond . ... Q 
MuskokaAP.S'd.O 

Lanark, N R 

Oarleton N B 

Halifax NS 

Marquette M 

Muskoka* PS'd 

Simcoe, E R 

Lambton. W U.. 

Colchester N S 

Prince Edward... 

Siracoo, E R 

Halifax N 8 

Lisgar . M 

Charlotte N Bl 

NoVthumb'd... N B| 

Stanstead Q 

Lunenburg N S^ 

Dlgby N S 

Queen's P EI 

Wolfe Q 

Wolfe Q 

Wolfe Q 

Lambton 

Brant 

Waterloo. N R ... 
Durham, E R.... 
i£ont NB 



POSTHAilTER. 



Kent 

Wellaml 

Monck 

Waterloo, N R ... 

Prince PEI 

Marquette M 

Prince Edward... 

Albert N B 

Vancouver BC 

Yarmouth N 8 

Prince PEI 

Hastings, N R ... 
Kings N B 



.Tohn McOullocb 
D. W. Long 

D. Gibson 
M. McVlcar 
K. B Madlll 
B. P. Henoit 
John Steacy 

L. E. Richardson 
A.Stableford 

B. T. Dufton 
George Wright 

A. J. Cummlngs 
I. Humphreys 
J. A. Allen 

J. C. Dudley 
Henry Ball 
Henry Porter 
John Lapolnte 
Thomas Ohoat 
MrsFrommhaget 
I Louis Triganne 
Tbos. G. Morris 

C. Martin 
Abial Marshall 
J. McGlllivray 
Wm. Dunn 
James Reld 
W. Millions 
Jas. B. Wiggins 
J. B. Thompson 

B. H. Rammage 
Wm. Johnson 
Andrew McAfee 
R. Aylward 
Enos Wile 
Gardner Stevens 

C. Knmpf 
K. McKeniie 

0. W. Anderson 
Thos. Abraham 
Miss B. Reed 

L. W. Wyman 
J. N. Ferguson 

1. 8. Pineo 
David Ross 
Jas. Watkins 
Frederick Egger 
Wm. Gavin 
John Watson 
John McPhail 
8. W. Chambers 
H. Wa kins 
James Scott 

T. Capes 
Wm. McKay 
James Kerr 
J. Bannister 
John Lingley 
J. Grahame 
M. J. Greenlaw 
J«)in Greenbank 
John Way 

E. Southmayd 
Enos Wolfe 
W. Weaver 

J. H. Cummlsky 
Louis P. Cotd 
S. Fontaine 
N. Tanguay 
Otto Jonsohn 
R Williamson 
Jos. Zinger 
Wm. Hill 
8. M. Dunn 
J. E. Weldon 
Geo. H. Burgar 

D. C. Holmes 
Wm. Morton 
Patrick Ayers 
A. Mooney 

D. Campbell 
Wm. Q. Duffy 
James Hill 
Jacob Landers 

F. J. Arsenault 
GW.Vandervoort 
H.McLaughllD,sr 



POST oprios. 



Wellwool 

WfU/nrd 

Welwyn 

Wendover 

Wentworth 

Wentworth Creek ,.. 
Wentworth Station. 

West Advocate 

West Arlchat 

Wesley Church 

Wesley Park 

Wesleyvllle 

Wfst Bay 

West Berlin 

West Bolton 

Westboume 

W.Br.St.NicholasR. 
W. Br'ch River John 
W. Br'ch. RIv. Philip 

West Brome 

West Brook 

West Brook 

Westbrook Mills ... 
West Broughton .... 

Westbury 

Westbury Basin . ... 
West Caledonia . . . , 

West Cape 

West Cariboo 

Westchester 

Westchester Lake ... 
West Oheisetcook. . 

Westooek 

WestDltton 

West Dublin 

Western Cuvehead.. 

Western Head 

Western Road 

West Bssa 

Westfleld 

Weetfleld 

Westl'ield 

West Flamboro' 

Westford 

West Glassville 

WestGravenhnrst. . 

West Gore 

West Grove 

West Hall 

West Hansford 

West Hill 

West Huntley 

West Huntingdon... 

Weet Inglisvilla 

West Jeddore 

West LaHave Ferry 

West Lake 

West Lakevaie 

West Lawrercetown 

West Leicester 

WeH Lnrne 

WestLynne 

West McGiillvray ... 

West Magdala 

Westmeath 

West Merlgonlshe ... 

West Montrose 

WMlmorelan(> Point 
West New Annan ... 
West Newdy Quoddy 

West Newton 

*Wuton ..: 

WestOsgoode 

Westover 

West Plain 

*Weitporl 

■ ntttpnrt 

West Point 

WestPotton 

West Pubnico 

West Quaco 

West River 

West River 

W. River Sheet Bar. 
West River SUtion.. 
W. Scotch Settlem't 
West Shefford 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT FOSTUASTER. 



Marquette M Cyrus Turner 

Queen's N B Henry Woods 

Assal A. MeArthur 

Presoott Oi A. CunnlLgham 

Cumberland ...N S'O. P. Betta 

Hants N8 8. H. Sweat 

Cumberland... N 8' J. II. Livingston 
Cumberland... N S|G. Jedson Reiu 

Richmond N 8 Emile Mouchet 

Addington Andrew Shane 

Weiland Rev. G.A.Mitchell 

Durham, B R .... J. Borrowelough 

Inverness N 8 " 

Quiens N B 

Brome Q 

Marquetta M 

I Kent N B 

PIctou X 8 

Cumberland... N 8 

Brome Q 

Frontenac 



Cnmb«rland....N 8 
Cumberland... N 8 

Megantio Q 

Compton Q 

ICompton Q 

Queen's N 8 

Prince P E I 

PlotdU N S 

Cumberland... N 8 
Cumberland... N 8 

; Halifax NS 

Westmoreland N B 

Oompton Q 

Lunenburg ... N 8 

I Queen's P EI 

Queen's N S 

Prince PEI 

Simcoe, 8 R 

Huron, WR 

I King's N B 

Queen's N 8 

;Wentworth,NR. 

3rnce 

Oarleton N B 

Simcoe, BR 

Hants N 

MuskokaAP.S'd. 

.Selkirk M 

ICumberland... N 8 

York, BR O 

Lanark, N R. ... 
Hastings, N R ... 

[Annapolis N S 

Halifax NS 

Lunenburg NS 

Prince Bdward... 
Antigonlshe ... N S 

Halifax NS 

Cumberland... N 8 

Elgin, W R 

Provencher M 

Middlesex. N R... 

Elgin, WR 

Renfrew, N R.... 

I PIctou NS 

'Waterloo, NR... 
I Westmoreland, N B 

Colchester N 8 

I Halifax N8 

Queen's PEI 

York, WR 

Russell Hugh Cleland 

Wentworth, N R. James Mills 

Lennox 

Leeds, SR 

Dlgby N 8 

Prince P EI 

Brome Q 

Varmouth N S 

St. John N B 

Albert NB 

PIctou N 8 

Halifax N 3 

PIctou N 8 

King's N B 

Shefford Q 



James McDonald 
J. K. Hemeon 
M. Dubois 
A. B. Smalley 
A. McMlchael 
J. Dilworth 
J. W. Schurman 
Luther 8cott 
Andrew Bridge 
J. 0. Taylor 
S. Roscoe 
J. L. Beaudoln 
J. P. Woodrow 
Orieslme Lepitre 
Wm. Butler 
A. McWilllams 
Mrs. Sutherland 
Mrs. M. J. Purdy 
Mrs.N.Pequignot 
D. McLaren 
Henry Purdy 
Isaie Beaudry 
Mrs. B. Cnrrie 
Wm. Shaw 
Henry Hartman 
John Beaton 
David Henderson 
T. R. Mitchell 
James IlylanU 
Abial Harlow 
John A. Dnirant 

A. W. Haldenby 
J. R. Roland 
Wm. McDlvltl 
M. Wallace, Jun. 
Mrs M. E. West 
Mrs. Weightman 
Wm. Sutherland 
J. H. Richardson 
John Manion 
Arch. Adams 
0. 0. Banks. 
P. W. Maskell 
Wm. Rennette 
James A. Piatt 
John R. Royd 
Malcolm Hilts 
Joseph Shipley 

D. MoKlllop 

E. H. McCrea 
Wm. Fraser 
Donald Turner 
Alex. Fraser 
J R. McDonald 
Henry Whitchcr 
Thos. E. Oulton 
Robt. H. Byers 
M. E. O'Leary 

B. McCrtbe 
Robt. Johnston 



Michael Young 
John H. Whelao 
B. H. Ruggle 
Angus Stewart 
M. L. Blklns 
Mre.M.C.Qauilet 
Henry Whitney 
John Cox 
Wm. Munro 
W. Sutherland 
Daniel Graham 
D. McLaughlin 
George Talt 



[103] 



104 



POST OFFICKS IN CANADA. 



[188S. 



^^ 



i 



T >BT orrioi. 

Went HhefTnrd 8Ut. . 
VI. Side of Lochkbcr 
W. aida Middle KIt. 

West 8t. Peter'i 

W''j( Toronto Junct- 

• m»tviUt 

• Wiut Winehuler . ... 

Wettwuod 

Wexford 

Wrymouth 

H'ymoulh kiridgt ... 

Mbalen 

Wheatland 

Wheatland 

Wheatley 

Wheatley River 

Wheaton HIIIr 

Wbeaton Settlem't. 

Wheeler 

Whim Road Oroii... 

Whitburn 

•Whilby 

White 

White Church 

Whitehead 

Whitehead 

White Head 

White Hill 

Whitehunt 

White Lake 

Whitemouth 

White Oak 

White Point 

White River 

White Rock Mlllg ... 

White RoRe 

White Sands 

WLlteaide 

Whlte'eCore 

White's Mill* 

White's Point 

Whitestone 

WhUevale 

Whitewater 

nhiUwnod Station... 

Whitfield 

Whitney 

Whittier's Ridge . ... 
Whittington 

Whltwlck 

Whonnoek 

Whyeocomagh 

Whycocom'h B.(N3) 

*Wiartm 

Wick 

Wickham, West 

Wickham 

Wicklow 

Wicklow 

Wldder 

Wiggins 

WUberforce 

Wilbur 

Wilbur Station 

Wilfrid 

Wilkttport 

Wilkinson 

Willetsholme 

Williams 

William's Point . ... 

Williamsdale 

Willinmsdale East . 

Willlamsford 

" WiUiamfUrwn 

Willlamstown 

Williamsvllle 

Williscroft 

Willoughby 

Willow Creek 

Willowdaie 

Willowdale 

Willow Grove 

Willnwgrove 

Wilmnt 

Wilmot Valley 

Wilmnr 

Wilno 



, ELKOTORAL DISTRICT POSTMAMTCH. 



ShetTord Q 

Antigonlshe ... N a 

Victoria N8 

King's PBIi 

Vork.WR O' 

PIctou N 8 1 

Dundaa o' 

Peterboro', KR.. 

York, K R 

Wgby N8 

DIgb* N8, 

Mrddlesez.NR... O' 

Marquette M 

Drummond Q 

Essex, S R 

Queen's P EI 

Westmoreland, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Lambton, E R.. 

King's PEI 

PIctou N 8 

OnUrlo, S R 

Unark, N R 

Bruce, W R 

Ouysboro' N 8 

King's NB 

Charlotte N B 

PIctou N 8 

Brockvllle 

Renfrew, 8 R .... 

K 

Middlesex, BR.. O 

Victoria N 8 

Algoma 

King's N8 

Ontario, W R.... 

King's PEI 

Slmcoe, E R 

Queen's N B 

King's N B 

Queen's N B 

Muskoka .... 

OnUrlo,WR 

Selkirk M 

Assinlboia Terrify 

Slmcoe, S R 

Northumb .... N B 

Charlotte N B 

Wellington, N R. 

Compton (j 

New Westm'r. B 

Inverness N S 

Inverness N 8 

Bruce, N R 

Ontario, N R 

Drummond Q 

Queen's N B 

Northumb.,WR. 

Carlaton N B 

Lambton, BR.... 

Queen's N B 

Peterboro', E R . 
Westmoreland. N B 

Lanark, NR 

Ontario, NR 

Bothwell 

Addington 

Frontanao 

Kent 

Antigonisb N S 

Cumberland... N S 
Cumberland... N S 

Grey, N R 

Glengarry 

Csrleton N B 

Kingston 

Bruce, N R 

Saskatchewan Ter 

Bruce, NR O 

York, WR 

Queen's NB 

St John NB 

Haldimand 

Annapolis >' S 

Prince PEI 

Addington O 

Renfrew O 



POST oprioi. 



R. W. Cutler 
Hugh McPhea 
Mrs. K.Campbell 
■las. McDonald 
J. 8. KIrkwoud 
Duncan Balfour 
Wm. Bow 
Wm. Geo. Read 
John Tingle 
0. D. Jones 
George J. Hoyt 
J. U, Milson 
Wm. Smylh 
Kd McCabe 
James Moore 
James Power 
H. B. Killam 
Tbos. Wheaton 
Jas. Gsllaway 
John McDonald 
John McDonald 
J. D. Howden 
Robert .lordan 
11. D. Henderson 
J H. Kellmate 
Alex. Ronlston 
Edward Carroll 
A. McOillivray 
James Bell 
A. Stirling 
Jos. 8. Oorrigan 
Caleb Klawn 
J. Cballoner 
D. 8. McCarthy 
Mrs. M. O'Leary 
8 Wallace 
James Bell 
Wm. D. White 
8. V. White 
.Tas. R. White 
Thos. Carmichael 
O. Montgomery 
Donald McPhee 
J. McCutcheon 
T. G. Lyons 
P. D. Henry 
Chas. Somers 
Joseph Hill 
Andrew Keys 
J. R. McDonald 
N. Oliver 
Mrs. McDonald 
A. Mathewson 
N. McMillan 
Thomas Tran 
Mich. Leonard 
L. S. Vanwart 
J. B. McDonald 
Theo. H. Estey 
John Chester 
R. G. Barton 
R. A. Riley 
N. E. Wilbur. 
T. B. Caldwell 
Mark Kay 
Wm. Kimball 
Peter Finn 
N. H. Darling 
R. Williams 

D. McDonald 
Mrs. J.Taylor 
Hazen Johnxon 
Wm. Buchnnan 
Wm. McPherson 
Th>mas Lindsay 
G. B. Carnovsky 
George Field 

I A. Cameron 
G. Fattersoa 
Wm. Stevenson 
S. Martin 
Mrs. M. Francis 
Hugh Stewart 

E. Cumminger 
D. Dickieson 
J. K. Freeman 
Adam Prince 



Wilnon Croft 

Wilsnnvllle 

Wilson's Beach 

Wilson's Cirners.... 

Wilson's Mill- 

Wilson's Point 

Wilstead 

Wilton 

Wilton Grove 

WIroan 

Winchelsea 

Winchester Springs 

Windermere 

Windfall 

Windham Centre . 

Windham Hill 

Winding Ledgai . ... 

•th'ncbor , 

Windsor 

Hi'ndior 

Windsor Junction . 

Windtnr UUlt 

Wine Harbour 

WInfleld 

Winger 

*Wingham... 

Wlngle 

Winlaw , 

*mnnip«g 

Winona 

Winsloe Road 

Winsioe Station 

WInslow 

WInterbourne 

WInthrop 

Wisawaaa 

WIsbeach 

WIshart 

Wolf Lake 

WIttenbury 

Woburn 

Wolfe Island 

Wolfe Ridge 

Wolfstown 

y\olfvaie 

Wolseley 

Wolieley 

Wolverton 

Wood Bay 

Woodbourne 

*WoodUmdgt 

Woodburn 

Woodford 

Woodham 

Woodhill 

Woodlands 

Woodlands 

Wood Island 

Woodlawn 

Woodnoith 

Wood Point , 

Woodrous 

Woodside 

Woodslde 

Woodside 

*W(xtdsUt 

*Wooditocli 

Woodstock 

Woodstock R. Stat'n 

*Woodvxllt 

Woodville 

Woodville 

Woodward's Cove ... 

Wooler 

Woonona 

Workman 

Wotton 

Wreck Cove 

Wright 

*Wrnxeter 

Wyandot 

Wyebridge 

Wyecombe 

Wyevale 

Wylie 

* Wyoming 

Wyse's Corner 



IltlTORAL DISTRICT. I POi TMAITtR 

iLamblon, fci R... O J. L.^rTlion '" 
Norfolk, N R o!P. L. lltys 

, Charlotte N R .Mrs. 8. Brown 

Ottawa Q Henry Wilson 

Megantlc QiWIllIsm Wiln-m 

Gloucester N B R. J. Wil.„n 

Leeds, 8 R () N. Gardnpr 

Lennox OjL. I,. 0»ll»(jh"- 

Mlddlesex, 8 R... Peter Miirriiy 
Muskolta 4 P 8d.0|Mrs..M.TniMi «i 

Huron, 8 R Fred, (lodbolf 

Dundas Solomon (>on« 

Mnskoks A P 8'd. Thomas Aitk:^ 

Essex. N R OlM. McCuUouta 

Norfolk, N RO|T. Edgcworth 

Cumberland... N 8|A. A. Schiirmi' 

Victoria N B:A. Undry 

Essex, N R Oi Alfred Wlg|« 

CarUton N B Wm. II. lirif . 

Hants N 8|P. 8. Bumhuoi 

Hants N S 

Richmond Q J. A. K, McCib« 

Guyaboro' N SJGeo. D. Irwlo 

Wellington, C R.. Wm. Hill 
Monck 0;W. U. Swayw 



Huron, B R 

Renfrew, 8 R . . 
Assinlboia Ter. . . . 

Winnipeg M 

Went worth, 8 R. 

Queen's PEI 

Queen's PEI 

Monck 

Waterloo, N R... 

Huron, 8R 

Muskoka A PO'd.O 
Lambton, B R..,. 

Assa 

Pontiac Q 

Colchester N S 

York. ER 

Frontenac 

MIsslssquoi Q 

Wolfe Q 

King's N 8 



Peter Fisher 
J. Wingle 
Thos. Colquh)!iD 
Wm. lUrgravs 
Joseph Carpentitr 

D. Younker 
John Burrow- 

E. J. Winslow 
P. 8. KilbarnK 
Alex. Morci)!;' 
W. E. Cronkhits 
Joanna Ro«es 
Mlcha> llsi; 

J. MflveDDt'7 
R. N. Sibley 
Mary Collins 
Edward Bakir 
P. C. Chilton 
Norbort Roy 
George V. Raad 



Grey, N R 01 Wm. Wilson 

Assa James P. l)V.\ 

Brant, N R A. Wolverton 

Selkirk M Mrs.M.Campei: 

PIctou N 8 T. J.OhristiaoD 

York, W R R.T, Wallace 

Wentworth, 8 R.. Wm. McEvoy 

Grey, N R John Tbompsca 

Perth, S R James Neely 

Peel Thos. Ward 

Stormont R. H. Stewar*. 

LUgar M O. Broadfoo; 

Queen's P B I Geo. Offer 

Oarletcn H. S. Maiti:: 

Selkirk M Wm. Claytn-i 

Westmoreland, N B J. M. BarneH 
Prince Edward... Isaac MavlMe 

Megantie Q W. Gardner 

Marquette M K.Cameron 

Sunbury N B George Wood 

I Essex, N R Robt. Taylor 

lOxford, N R A. McClenegtao 

iCarleton N B J. C. Winslow 

Carleton N B John Shields 

jVlctorla, NR.... John Cfiilcbrist 

Hants NS Shubael Parksr 

I Victoria N B'Thos. Gapnoc 

Charlotte N Bl J. G. Fraser 

Northumb., E R.. Mrs. J. Goiili 

LIsgar M John A. Frawr 

AssaiW. A. W. Smith 

Wolfe Q Benj. Milettn 

Victoria NS |John Morrif a 

Ottawa Q '.Joshua EUar: 

Huron, E R Robt. Dichst t 

Wellington. C R. Thos. Grievaj 

Slmcoe. E R Nelson McR.i'? 

Norfolk, 8 K Joseph Catt> 

Slmcoe, E R .... 0|W. T. Stewan 
Renfrew, N R.... 0' John Lyons 
Lambton, W R... D. D. Andersca 
Halifax N S John McMul.in 



[1041 



[188^ HlS88.] POST OFFICK8 IN CANADA — TAHLK OF POPULATION, K'lO. 



IC) 



RICT.i POI TMAIITril 

.. () J. L.lTlUMn ^ 
■ • OP. L.ll.vi. 
N n Mm. 8. flrnwn 
... Q Henry WIHod 
... y,Wmii.m Wilunn 
N B R.J. WIU.,D 
.. O .N. a»r(Jnpr 
... OiL. Ii. OHllauh-'- 
• • Peter Mnrray 
H(1.0|Mrii.M.Triieir«i; 
. Fred. Ood bolt 
• Solomon Ortoni 
<'d. Thouian Aitk:n 
O M. McCuUouM 
I ROT. KdRcworth 
N 8| A. A. Srhiirnit' 
N B,A. Undry 
... O i Alfred Wlglo 
NBWm. n. Britt-L 
N 8;P. 8. Bumhsm 
N 8 

...QIJ. A. K. McCib* 
N 8|0eo. D. IrwiD 
R.. Wm. Hill 
0;W. H.8w»yM 
Peter Flahrr 
J. Winkle 
ThoB. Colquh )iid 
Wm. UargrtTs 
Joseph Carpenttt 
D. Yoiinker 
John Burrow- 
K. J. Wlnaluw 
P. 8. Kllbarne 
Alex. Marcli!;' 
W. K. Cronkhlte 
Joanna Roue* 
Michai llai; 
J. M<'l\enn<:7 
R. N. SIhley 
Mary Col Una 
Edward Bakur 
P. C. Chilton 
Norbert Roy 
Oeorge V. Raad 
Wm. WiUon 
James P. l)::i 
A. WoUertOD 
Mrs. M. Campi t?i: 
T. J. ChriatiiDO 
R. T. Wallace 
Wm. McBToy 
John Thompsci) 
James Neely 
Thos. Ward 
R. H. 8tewar: 
O. Broadfoo: 
Geo. Offer 
H. S. Martizi 
Wm. CUyto'i 
J. M. BarneH 
Iiaac Mavboe 
W. Gardner 
K. Cameron 
George Wood 
Robt. Taylor 
A. McClenegbao 
J. C. Winslow 
John Shields 
JohnCGilchris* 
Sbubael Par'iDr 
. N B'Thos. Gapnoc 
.. NBIj. G. Franer 
IR.. Mrs. J. GouM 
, ,. M John A. Kras^r 
AssaiW. A. W. Smith 

Q Benj. Milett.' 

. NS [John MorriPia 

Q Joshua Gllar : 

Robt. DiehPOT 

! R. Thos. Grievflj 

Nelnon ^lcK.\t 

Joseph C8tt> 

... 0,W. T. Stewar 
— OlJohn Lyons 
R... D. D. Audersca 
..N S John JIcMuIliD 



POUT OFFICl. 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT 



r. . . . 

... M 

R. 

PEI 

PKI 

...0 

K-O 

.0 

P'd.O 

... 

Assa 

... Q 

NS 





Q 

. ... Q 
. N 8 



> Asm 



.... M 
...N8 



IR..0 









.... M 
PBI 



... M 
d.NB 
•d... 

Q 

.... M 
. NB 





.. NB 
..NB 
.... 
...N8 



hr*ton SUtlon 'Middlesex. K R . O 

filf I YaU B C 

I niKKxAieAx 8t. Uanrlea Q 

I Ttmsuka Yamaska Q 

rianwka Kast i Yamaska <i 



nrker. 

Virm ... 

Uriinuth 

Vtrmoutb Centre . 

Titton 

r»»rley'i , 

iTflTerton 

itnrti 

I Tobo 

I Tobo Island 

'forfc 



Addlagton •) 

Pontiae Q 

Yarmouth N 8 

RIgIn, KR 

WelllnKton, R. 
MuskokaAPS'd. () 
Durban, K R.... 

Grey, 8 R 

York N H 

MuskokaAPS'd.O 
Haldlmand 



I'OSTMAHTBR. 



0. S(!atcherd 
Will. Teagua 
Arthur Lacerta 
(x>als H . I<afleur 
lj. Lovellle 
T. K. McDonough 
Robt. McJaoet 
A.J. Hood 
D W. Newcomb 
John Oweni 
John Boulter 
Opo. IteynoldK 
JoReph Buiiatnu 
R. Mcl.oughlin 
Mrs. Campbell 
D. J. Ilaunah 



POST orrioi. 



KIBOTORAL DUTKICT roiTMAHTER. 



York Mills !York, R R 

York Mills York N H 

Yorktoii Assa 

•rorkvillt: York. K R O 

Young's Cove Queen's N H 

Young'f Point Peterhoro'. W R.. 

Youngsvllle Oxford. N R O 

Zanpsvllle Addlngton 

Zealand ; Addlngton 

Zealand Station York .N B 

Zephyr Ontario, X R 

Zimmerman Ilalton O 

ZIoii Durham, K R.... 

Ziska 

Zurich 



8lmeoe, K It 

Huron, 8 R 



J. H. Fnllon 
('. K.Kelly 
Jot I Raaman 
James Dcihs»n 
Georir* '"niith 
Patrick Younif 
Wm. McDonaM 
James Coulter 
Wm. Arni"tron,( 
P. (). Reos 
M .V . Dafoe 
Wm. R. Bell 
S. Taylor 
James Klllen 
Daniel S. Faust 



TABLE OF POriTLATION, DISTANC^.ES, AND FARE, 

FRO.M TOKOXTO TO TIIK F()I,L()\VIN(i l'l,A('KS. 
NoTK.— The fl({UfCH ifiveii for Fare nre for Siiiniiifr ruti's, niid art- liahlc to lie iiicrca^tMl in Wintfr. 



Ulsa Craitf. ■ • • 
Mliany, N. Y. 

Almonte 

MiihiM'stliertf . . 

Ariiprior 

iiirora, 

Ayliner 

!;arrie 

i'.c.'iiiiauille 

liMiverton . . . . 

Mlevilie 

Ilerlin 

I'.o«ton 

iiowmanville . . 

Bradford 

lir.iniptoii . . . . 
Itrantford . . . . 

HiiLihton 

iirockville 

niiffalo 

( aileton Place 
I'harlottetown 

I hatham 

(.'hicago 

Cincinnati . . . . 

rlinton 

I obourgf 

( oUinjfwowl . . 

Cornwall 

f'enver 

lietroit 

Iiundas 

I''uin\ille . . . . 

Klora 

K\eter 

Fergus 

(i.ilt 

tiananoque ... 
(•eorjfetown .. 

i.oderifh 

liravenhur.st. . 

liiit'lph 

H.ilifax 

iramilton 

ilarristoii . . . . 

liii;ersoll 

Kincardine . . . . 

Kinjiston 

Lindsay 

I.istowell 

I.uiidon 

Meaford 

Milton 

Mitchell 



Fop. 1 


MlLRH 


Farb. ' 




1,(HK) 


1-21 , 


y3 (1.1 


1IHI,INMI 


:«)() : 


8 -U 




•J.OIKt 


•im 1 


1 i() 




•J,(HK) 


•241 


7 00 




2,1IHI 


•277 


7 7.1 




1,!K)() 


;«) 


90 




l.SIM) 


•217 


3 .'t.'i 




.'...'.(Ml 


(14 


1 9.1 




800 


(11 


1 80 


1,4(M1 


V28 


2 1.1 




10,0(10 


ll:{ 


3 75 




4,r)(Kl 


02 


1 9.5 




ms,o(X) 


M-1 


13 7.1 




:j,.-)00 


43 


1 4,1 1 
1 2,1 1 




l.atM) 


41 




4, (KM) 


21 


(If. i 




]2,ti(M) 


70 


1 95 : 




•2,0(X) 


0-2 


3 0.1 1 




7,(100 


208 


25 ' 




lfir>,(KIO 


110 


3 1.1 i 




.-{.uoo 


2r.u 


7 00 1 




11,000 




24 40 




0,000 


170 


1 30 




7ir),iMM) 


.'■.1'2 


14 00 




•2,-,0,-2:iO 


WIS) 


14 .10 




•2,ti(M) 


\m 


:i 70 


.■),000 


(10 


2 3,1 ' 


i,hm 


04 


2 8.1 . 


4,.5(Ht 


2C6 


8 (HI 




:{0,(MM) 


1072 


44 (1.1 




80,000 


2S1 


(1 7il 




:j,500 


4r, 


1 3;. 




1,80(1 


1(1.-. 


3 10 




1,700 


08 


1 00 




•2,000 


14(1 


3 95 




2,0(K) 


101 


1 00 




(i,()00 


7(1 


1 75 




.•!,.500 


178 


5 (10 




1,800 


•20 


90 




4,. 100 


133 


4 05 




•2,0(X) 


n.i 


3 50 




10,000 


48 


1 ,10 




:5t),o()o 


1.101 


20 00 




4,'i,IHI0 


40 


1 20 


•2,-200 


9-2 


; 2 85 


.'i.lMIO 


117 


' 2 90 


■2,sr«t 




4 (15 


1,'),0(H) 


101 


4 85 


(i,00() 


7.'i 


2 05 


M,.')(MI 


IKi 


i 2 95 


.iO.OIMl 


11(1 


1 3 40 


^..'jOO 


115 


! :! 50 


1,400 


3-2 


1 1 00 


S.OOO 


98 


! 3 iO 



.Montreal 

.Mount Forest 

Xapance 

.Vi'wniarket 

New OrleniiN 

New VorU 

Nm;fuia FaIN 

OraiiKcs ille 

Orillia 

( ishawa 

Ottawa 

Owen .Sound 

Paisley 

Paris 

Peniliroke 

Perth 

I'etertioro' 

I'etrolia 

Philadelphia 

Port Hope 

Prescott 

tJuebee 

lleifina 

HocheHter 

St. Catharines . . . . 

St. .lohn, N.B 

St. LoiiiH 

St. Marv'H 

St. Thoinas 

San Francisco . . . . 
Salt Lake City . . . , 

Sarnia 

Seaforth 

Sherhrooke 

Siincoe 

Strati ord 

.Strath ro\' 

Streetsville 

Suspension HridH;e 

Tceswater 

Thorokl 

Toronto 

Ti-entoii 

l'.\l)rid;re 

V.ancouver 

Victoria 

Walkerton 

\Vashin;ftx)n 

Welland 

Weston 

Whitby 

Windsor 

Winnipeg 

Woodstock 



^. 


'■■--- 





Po... i 


.Mll.KH 

.•»33 


F.AIU'. 


18(I,0(HI ' 


1(1 00 


•2,.ioo ! 


.87 


2 (15 


3.8(HI '. 


l:i5 


4 30 


2,000 ' 


34 


1 00 


21(1,000 


1.102 


:;5 .10 


1,400,01)0 


52> 


11 << 


:i,iK)0 1 


'Mi 


2 (iO 


;(,000 ' 


40 


1 50 


3,0(HI 1 


87 


2 ('•'• 


5,,100 


34 


1 1.' 


35, (MM! 


281 


7 so 


r,,{vm , 


1^22 


3 (,.'. 


I •2(10 


1(19 


.•1 95 


•i,,10(l 


(19 


2 (H) 


■2.800 


•281 


10 H5 


1 2,500 


•248 


s ID 


' lO.OIKI 


94 


2 »0 


I.OOO 


102 


4 '.♦() 


,S(lS,(KtO 


522 


12 (H» 


1 O.OIH) 


(1,'> 


2 Ii' 


3, (Mid 


221 


(1 (15 


(13,000 


505 


13 ■•■■ 


1 l,^2(l(l 


Id.-iO 


51 70 


j (i;!,,i(Ki 


150 


4 1-2 


i 10,1100 


72 


2 11 


I :',o,o(Hi 


1093 


21 -.0 


1 5(iO.0(K) 


.^110 


2(1 7' 


4,500 


OS 


:', 05 


lO.OIKJ 


131 


3 05 


•2.14,000 


.j>T-s 


70 li 


21,000 


')ns2 


(i(j IO 


5, .1(10 


103 


5 on 


2,700 


HI 


3 45 


.S.IinO 


i:U 


13 3.- 


4,(KNI 


ls2 


2 75 


10,000 


S8 


2 75 


4,(HI0 


i;i(i 


4 CO 


2,000 


•20 


Co 




>3 


2 CO 


1,^200 


1-22 


3 C- 


3,(KKI 


-2 




12(i,-2(Ki 






5,11011 


lol 


3 :!5 


1,^00 


41 


1 ■2.1 


2,(iOll 


270.'1 


75 i;o 


S,(IOO 


2>47 


75 oil 


2,,'^oo 


155 


:; ..1) 


142,000 


.1.11 


1.-! M. 


."i.lMIO 


88 


, 2 ...' 


1,-2(I0 


8 


j 0^2., 


:!,5oo 


30 


' 1 ()■» 


9,000 


•225 


j (i 75 


•2^2, (Kio 


1404 


■ 4(1 (-0 


1 8,IHHI 


87 


1 2 (111 



POPULATION OFTHF PKINt'lP.M. CITIKS OK TIIF, WOULD. -London, 3,9.15,819 - Paris, •2,-2(lO,(,^>:; -Canton, 
l..'i00,000 -New York, 1,400,0(JO— Aitche, .lapaii, 1,332.0.10— lierlin, l,r29,0(Hi -Tokio, .lap.aii, '.K7,8s7 - Sartaii.a, 
Iftpan, 962,717— St. Petersburg', 920,093— Phi!r\delphia, 8(18,000— Constantinople, 819,000-- Hrool^lyn, N.V., 771,(<'« 
-Calcutta, 7GC,'298 -VienoJi, 731,0(0— Chicago, 715,000-.Moscow, (194,000— Bombay, «44,(M>0--Li\erpool, 573,iKi;)— 
(ilasjfow, 572,000— Manchester, .149,000 -.Madrid, 500,000— St. Louis, 500,000. 

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COMMKROIAr, IN ION. 



[1888. 



A SYMI'OSIUM ON 

BETVVEKN THK TNITKn STATES AX[> 
(CANADA. 



AFFIRMATIVE ERA8TUS WIMAN, ESQ. 



i|m'Hti(iii liiiH 
Doiiiiiiioii (if 



It JH Hiitc to Hiiy tliiit no mIii^Ii 
\n'K't\ H(i imich (liMciiHHcd in tin: 

< aniulii witliin tlio jmut year iw tho pnipoMal of 
H ( 'oiiiiiU!i'>'ial I'liion lictweuii tin; I'liitud 
>tatt'M mill ( 'luiiidii. In Ontario, uHpecially, 
tbf siiltji't't IniH iiccu|ii(Ml ;v iiliicc nion; pro- 
iiiiiii ntly in tin- pri-sH, iiml anions tlu; pcopli!, 
than tiny otlier topic ; and while in other 
I'rovinci'H tliu matter luis not been «o aetively 
prnfiioted in the shape of pulilie ineetingH, 
icH'ilutionH, oi' orj^anization, etc., nevcrtlieloHH, 
the «ul)ject has Iieun to a greater or less extent 
l»tnie the people, liotii ill the press and in 
j)i ivate discussion. The i|Ui'stion lias the merit 
lip to the |ieiiod of tliis writing of being eom- 
pfuiitively free from party bias. Tho men 
wlio have been iiifist active in promoting the 
liisciission, eitiier liave not been pronounced 
]iolitieiaiis, or where prominent party men 
have diseussed tiii! ijueHtion, they have been 
adhtrents of eitlittr one or the other of the 
^nat political parties that divide the Do- 
nii/ii.)ii. In the country localities this has 
especially lieen the ease ; and where political 
liaders have not interfered, and where the 
pt<i[ile, tliemselves, liave lieen allowed to 
jhonse tiieir own path, tlie party lines have 
been less oliserved than almost ever before in 
the discussion of a semi-political subject. 
Toii'js and Libeials iiave ranged themselves 
side liy side in favor of the proposition in the 
newsjiapers and in pulilic meetings; while in 
tho press and elsewhere, the discussion has 
been carried on against it with eipial vigor liy 
representatives of both parties. In view, 
tlierefore, of the wide-spread interest attach- 
ing to tiiis movement, and its non-partisan 
vharacter, one of its most active advocates has 
been asked to contribute to these pages the 
iiijLZumeiits in favor of the proposal, which he 
hns endeavored to do as follows : — 

( 'oiiimcruial I'nion between the United 
iStiites and ( 'anada is a singularly simple pro- 
jKisal, but witli coiiseiiuences of the most far- 
leaching character. Its simplicity consists in 
the proposition that tlieie should be no Custom- 
houses l)etween the two countries, but that 
trade between them should be just as free as 
the trade between the States themselves, or 
between the Provinces themselves. At pre- 
sent an imaginary line of nearly 4,(X)0 miles in 
extent, exists right through the middle of the 

< (intinent, over which products or merchan- 
dise of one country cannot come or go to 
the other without the intervention of the 
(ioveiument. and the exaction of a high rate 
of duty. Ti'e operation of this tarifJ" of 
Lliities has a faii'iliar illustration in the case of 
a farmer who has a thousand bushels of liarley 
to sell. He can only find a market for this 
product in the United States, but before it 



enters that country a charge of ^lOO is inail>' 
by tho United States Government in tin; sliaiii? 
of a duty of l(» cents [ler bushel. The fariiu r 
in the I nited Statt.'s gtts tho same priie iiuil 
liays no duty, and hence is ^150 better <ill 
than the farmer wiio grew tiie iiarley in 
('anada If, with the money received fruni 
the barley, the Canadian farmer buys a thmi 
sand bushels of corn, which hu cannot grow to 
advantage in many ]iarts of Canada, aii>l 
which he can use to advantage in feeding hu 
pigs, his poultiy, or his stock, he has t'l 
pay $'i')^^ to the Canadian (Jovrnment fur thi' 
admission of tlu; corn into tin; Dominimi 
Whether the ( 'aiiadian farmer pays both dutii.-. 
or not in this case matters not, for he iiiiiiMilt 
has decided that if he goes again to tln^ 1 'niti <l 
States with his pigs, fattened by the corn, ainl 
pays a heavy duty for the admission yf thu 
pork, and buys with what remains iiicr- 
ehandise in the shape of clothes for himself m 
dresses for his wife, and pays a heavy duty tu 
the Canadian Oovernment on these goods as hi' 
returns home, he will have but little left 
in the shape of princi|)al, much less of protit, 
if hu continues in this line of business, lu 
other words, the operations of tho two l)eni ■ 
licient (irovermnents, which guard this imagin- 
ary line arc to rol/ him of the fruits of his toil, 
and to entirely discourage him in his attein|its 
to trade with his rich and prosperous neigli- 
bor. The same condition applies to every- 
thing the farmer has to. . except his eg)i{s 
bis poultry, and his fruit. These being ad- 
mitted free into the United States, serve t'l 
illustrate the other side of the question, ami 
show how advantageous is the operation of an 
open market for the Canadian farmer. Eggs, 
formerly dutiable, but now free of duty, from 
l)eing one of the most insignificant products, 
have become one of the most important, 
because of their freedom of admission to the 
United States. The enterprise of egg mer- 
chants, mostly Americans, or employed liv 
them throughout the Dominion in gathering in 
eggs from all (juarters, has been stimulated liy 
the good prices and the profits to be realized in 
the United States. The yearly export of eggs 
has, therefore, risen to no less than four- 
teen millions of dozen, and the money realizfl 
in one year by Canadian farmers for this coiii- 
jjaratively triHing article, foots up to ovii' 
•SI, 8(H), 000. This sum approaches the amount 
realized from the total export of jnanufai - 
tures, and the point is made, which the farmer 
greatly appreciates, that the unobtrusivi-, 
unprotected hen has done quite as much fur 
the country as the pampered, protected manu- 
facturer, to support whom the farmer is lieavil)' 
taxed. 

Realizing the contiguity of Canada to the 



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tatks and 



[« of .illOO i« 1,1(1,1.. 
iiiK'iit ill tlif mIi,i[». 

•*li''l. The fiiriiifr 

10 siiiiii) jiri,.,; aiiil 
i« A]:i{t f„.tter oil 

w the l)iirlfy 111 
if.V i-fOL'ivi'd from 
riiior Imys n thou. 
111! oaiiiKit grf)w t>> 

f)t' Ciuiailii, an4 
aj^o in ft'eilin>,' hn 
stuck, he lia.i to 
i>v<'nimi;iit far thf 
<> the Doiiiinidii, 
;r jHvy.H liotli .lutitM 
lot, for 111! liiiiiMflt 
^'iiiii to thi! Unittd 
<l l)y tlio corn, ami 

admis.iion yf tht- 
at reinaiiiH nicr- 
hes fin- himself or 
■9 fi heavy duty h, 
1 these goods a.s he 
I'e hut little luft 
uoh lc88 of protit. 
) of business. In 

of tlio two lient- 
guard this iniagin- 
e fruits of his toil. 
ill! in his atteni])ts 
prosperous neigh- 
applies to every- 

except his egg*, 

These being ad- 
I Statos, serve to 
thfi question, ami 
lie operation of an 
in fanner. Eggs, 
ree of duty, from 
niticant products, 
most important, 
admission to the 
(rise of egg luei- 
or employed by 
on in gathering in 
een stimulated by 
s to be realized in 
rly export of egus 

less than four- 
lie money realized 
lers for this coin- 
Foots up to ovi^r 
aches the amount 
)ort of ;nanufa(- 
which the farnu r 
the unobtrusive, 
uite as much for 
, protected manu- 
! farmer is heavily 

)f Canada to the 



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107 



>tt coiiHitmptivf iiiarktttH at the nianufac- 

ir.iig centres of the L'liited States ; and. th«« 

wtii, right on the long borderline of the 

million, of the greatest money-making, 

iity-spending aggregation of humanity 

ler the huh, is it any wonder tliat thi^re is 

strongest d.'sire on the part <(f tiie ( 'aii- 

li.iii farmer to ji.ivc! free access to this in.irket 

r his products? To be sliut out from t lis 

ki't iH to be shut out from the liest oppor- 

nity lie will evt-r have for making money. 

IS true the fiirMuir has a fnc iiuirket in 

n.it Britain, and in iieighlioriiig proviniies. 

;;<lreat Britain is 'A,iHM) iiiilcs away, and 

Is only tiirre or four out of u do/en pro- 

iiAa whi(!h tile farmer can profitably grow, 

which, being furnished liy all the world 

lesi'le, realizes so small a pri(;c as to render it 

|«msible that protit should be inad(< on these 

Inducts, As to the demand from the neigh- 

► ring [irovintie. they all grow very much the 

fiif thing; and if tlnydo not are too remote 

liuvchase what the farmer lias to soil. 

ji'th abundant power to produce, unlimited 

Ija.iiH, now waste, leaily to be covered witli 

pi« if profitable ; with a strong soil, great 

iliniatic advantages, the best breeds and 

hni'ties of animals ; ample supplies of imple- 

idits. and al)ove all, a tliriftj-, industrious 

lull 1 1 onomical [teople, there is no reason why 

largest success shoulil not be achieved by 

|v Canadian farmer, if the vast market on his 

■I ler is only freely opentMl to him. To ac- 

'inplish this most ilesirable result is tiie one 

liKct sought by Commercial Union. With 

jilt ol)ject in view, plainly set forth before 

|> farmers of the Dominion, it is not surpris- 

I. that tiie movement iias lieen po|)ular 

liiiMUg them, and that there is a settled He- 

Itriniiiation that if it can iie honoralilj' 

liihieved and consistent with loyalty to British 

lu-titiitions, it is the one thing aliove all 

]i;h.rs that they desire. 

When it is recalled tiiat upon the farmer, 

i:.l mion tlie farmer alone, deiiends tiie pros- 

|xiity of nine-tenths of all otiior interests, it 

solear that what benefits him is of enormous 

iHjHirtance to the rest of tiic community. No 

I lie is lietter calculated than himself to Judge 

what extent these l(enefits may come from 

I'lHipen market among tiie leigliboring peojile 

r a great variety of products which lie now 

v'Avs in limited (juantities, regulated liy the 

li'iiie market, to wiiich alone he has access, 

I'liiisi, if in addition to a free and enlarged 

jwiiiiiid for eggs, poultry and fruit, he could 

Ik'.I uithout doul)le taxation, increased quan- 

jjties of butter, cheese, potatoes and otiier 

r'f't crops ; lamlis, sheep, wool, oats, i)arley, 

Ijjrses and all grades of cattle, he would lie 

I'W less dependent on wheat and its far away 

l-iverpool market, competeil for liy all tlic 

l'"iid, and yielding no protit whatever. Xo 

' iiitry under the sun can grow to greater ad- 

I aiitage the proilucts above enumerated ; no 

|i.^'iegation of people arc by tlirift, industry 

|i!i'l skill iietter qualilied to produce them at a 



minimum of omt, tliaii tlie tMrmei-M of (J«n»<ln. 
While, on the other hand, in all the world 
thcrt! in to bo found no better market for thesi> 
very products than is afVordcd in tlie chief 
centres of population in tliu I'liited States, so 
readily and so easily and eheapiy reached 
from Caiiadn. This conjunction of aflairs. 
coupled with the atriiggle wliii'b tiie ( 'aiiadiaii 
farmer has had toeiulure, from increased taxa- 
tion, limited or distant markets, lieavy mort- 
gage and store iiidel)teiliiess, and a general 
depression in agricultural ein bs, leails iiim to 
htok upon Commercial I'liion witii tiie Cnited 
States with great favor, as it prtnnises liiin 
aixuit tlie only hope that iirightens his pro 
s|ie(;t. With this conviction settled and 
determined upon in tluMniiids of tiic vast mass 
of tli(! farmers of Canada, politicians may wt 11 
take < 'oinmeroial Cnion into account as a 
factor of consei(ueiice. For as the farmers, l»y 
a great majority, li<dd the [n'.y to the jMditical 
condition of aflairs, tlieir wishes and their in- 
terests must be paramount among tiieir repre- 
sjiitatives, esjiecially wlien tin; oliject to b»! 
accomplisiied for their lasting iieiietit lias no 
political significance, except sucii as p(ditical 
leaders themselves unwisely impart to it. 

But aside from the interests of farmers and 
the creation of a direct market for a greater 
variety of products, there are numerous other 
consideratiims urgeil liy the advocates of Com- 
mercial Union in its iiehalf. I'erhaps the next 
most important claim for it is, tiiat liy an open 
and free market in the United States, a great 
development would follow in numerous natural 
products which are now yielding a very meagre 
return. Thus, in iron, copper, nickel, leail. 
coal, and other minerals the development is 
extremely alow, notwithstanding the fact that 
(.'anada is exceedingly rich in all these most 
important products. In the article of iron tin- 
increase in its production, manufacture, and 
consumption on this continent is almost pheno- 
menal ; yet Canada, with miles and miles of 
the best ((ualities of ore, gets no benefit what- 
ever. While on the southern shores of Lake 
Superior, in the United States, tlicre is the 
greatest activity, and the expenditure of mil- 
lions and millions of d(dlars yearly ; on the 
northern shores of the same great liody of 
water, within the Dominion of Canada, not a 
(b)llar is being expended. While in the .south- 
ern states, as in Alabama, Tennessee, and 
elsewhere, development in iron mines within 
the ])ast five years has been enormous ; in the 
north, in Canada, the only sign of change in 
this regard has been that every farmer and 
every mechanic has hail a fresh increase in his 
taxation for the iron that lie uses. Why 
sliould the low grade ores of the south, loaded 
with phosphorus, have development, and the 
high grade, bcsseiner steel ores of Canada, 
almost free from phosphorus, lay silent, and 
dormant, and dead '! Simply liecause in Canada 
there is not a market large enougii to encour- 
age the proper development of her vast mineral 
deposits. Simply liecause tlie great market to 



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4 



the south is as closely sealed to her as if it 
were ten thousand miles away. When one 
recalls the marvellous combinations of ma- 
terials favorable to iron development in Nova 
Scotia ; the enormous deposits in the vicinity 
of Ottawa, in Queljec ; the miles and miles of 
splendid ore along the valley of the Trent ; 
the riches on the lines of tlie Central Ontario 
l!ailway, the Kingston and Pembroke, and the 
vast mineral wealth made accessible l)y the 
opening up of the Canadian Pacific, in the 
northern regions of Ontario and Algoma, it 
seems as if the one thing needful now is to 
break down the barriers that shut out all these 
gieat resources from their natural market, and 
give free access to the people whose wealth, 
enterprise, anc it absorptive power have 
been provided uy Provi'^snce for the full de- 
velopment of these great natural riches. If 
by Commercial Union between (Canada and 
the United States, the mineral resources of 
the northern half of the continent should be 
developed with anything like the rapidity that 
has prevailed in the southern half, the whole 
commercial aspect of Canada would be changed. 
Not only would a great home market for 
farmers' products be thereby created, but the 
mechanic, the manufacturer, the merchant, 
the banker, the forwarder, the railways, and 
every other interest would be beuelited. With 
ilevelopment of resources, other than that of 
the farmer and the manufacturer solely depen- 
dent upon him, would follow in time the 
opening up of mines, the employment of large 
bodies of miners, the growth of manufactures 
for the supply of machinery, and other needs ; 
the possible erection of manufactures of the 
raw material developed, and the thousand and 
one possibilities growing out of greatly en- 
larged opportunities, resulting from develop- 
ment of natural wealth and large investment 
of capital on the one hand, and an open market 
among a great and prosperous nation for these 
products, on the other. 

Space prevents further allusion to other 
advantages which Commercial Unionists claim 
would How from the realization of their pro- 
posal. Those who are most active in promot- 
ing the scheme maintain that it would com- 
})letely remove ^11 desire for annexation ; and 
that B itish connection would by this means 
be pfTije -uated much more lirndy than under 
existing u iditions. It is argued that tliere is 
no attraction whatever in annexation except 
such as the material advantage furnishes ; and 
that inasmuch as all the material advantages 
of a connection with the United States would 
be obtained under Commercial Union, the only 
argument in Ijehalf of a political union would 
be extinguished. The reciprocity treaty which 
was in operation for twelve years yielded, it 
is claimetl, enormous advantages to Canada, 
('ommej'cial Union, it is claimed, is but an 
extension of the principles underlying that 
treaty, and it is urged if during that period 
there was little or no talk of annexation, there 
ueeil Ije no expectation t lat a sentiment in its 



behalf would be created by a repetition an 
an extension of its principles. It is claiiiu- 
that prior to the enforcement of this treatv, 
or from 1849 to 1854, there was a strong an 
nexation sentiment ; and that iri recent yta^- 
since the repeal of that treaty, there has he 
a steady growth in numbers, influence, au' 
boldness of the annexation party. It i 
claimed that all this would disappear, if n 
argument in liehaif of a political union coili 
be adduced, and especially if prosperity, nw, 
enlarged area of trade, and great natural I't 
velopment followed the adoption of Conuiii i 
cial Union. 

The discrimination against English goods hv 
exacting a heavy rate of duty, and the fi 
admission of Ameriaan goods, it is urged 
disloyal to Kngland. It is shown, howevi-i, 
that inasmuch as the total imports from Ei\.'.| 
land are about forty millions, the profit to t 
English manufacturer thereon being about t-a 
per cent., yields four millions. It is my 
that supposing English importations were i. 
down one-half, the loss to English manuf:) 
turers would be only two millions a year. :\\ 
sum regarded as a mere bagatelle, conipai tlj 
with the advantages which Canada would (.! 
tain by a free market in the United States, an 
the free admission of her goods. The (piestiMal 
is not inaptly asked, — Is Canada to fore\f 
remain an undeveloped continent, withn; 
access to the vast msrkets at her border, to; 
the mere sake of furnishing two millions a ytr 
of profit to individuals who have no possiliU] 
interest beyond making money out of her u 
ability? It is further urged, that inasniti'ii] 
as nearly all the money used building t'ue 
railways and public works ; all the govern 
mental and mortgage indebtedness of Canada, 
is supplied by England, that the owners ■: 
this money would be immensely beuelited i li- 
the impi'oved condition of afifairs in Canada; 
that the railways would earn more, that the 
farmers would be better able to pay intere>t. 
and that every liability of the country woiU 
be immensely improved in value by the pr 
perity that would follow Commercial Unimi : 
and that in this sense English interests would 
greatly advance. So that the prosperity 
which it is claimed would follow to Canada '>y 
Commercial Union would affect ad vantageou-iy 
a class of British parties interested in Canail i. 
as would greatly exceed the manufactum^ 
adversely affected. 

The details of the plan of Commercial Uuiv 
between the United States and Canada, so tav 
as they have been developed in public speech 
and prints, are as yet meagre, they imply that 
there being a common or uniform tariff levic I 
throughout the continent on imported goo U, 
and excise duties of precisely the same liei.ii; 
exacted, that a common purse should hold tb/ 
proceeds of both these sources of revouik 
That at the end of each year a division of tlit-t 
proceeds should take place to each Couiit'V 
in propertion to population, it is maiutaiiu- 
that this sum wouM yield to Canada as laiiii 

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(i revenue as she now i)()sses8es, and if there 

l.joulcl be any deticieucy it should be ctdlected 

,v taxei of some other character. Tlie general 

[iriuciple upon which this schenio of revenue 

;; urged is that whatever is sutHcient to pay 

virtlic expenses of Government in the UniLod 

«!;itt'.-j, ought to \)e sufficient to pay for the 

Irspenses of (iovernment in Canada. That the 

liciigain would be very advantageous to Canada 

lit^ause the extravagance of people in the 

I jilted States, is notably larger than that of 

lituple in Canada ; while the growth of 



population in Canada, from the stinuilant 
that enlarged markets and natural develop- 
ment, would give, ought t^) make the ar- 
rangement an extremely favorable one for the 
Dominion. 

The whole subject, however, is in a very 
crude condition ; and the foregoing attempt to 
give a sketch of its salient points is submitted 
with considerable hesitation and doubt, it being 
difficult to apprehend all the bearings of the 
matter, because of the magnitude and many- 
sided nature of the C[uestion. 



NEGATIVE H. E. CLARKE, M.P.P. 



Tlie (juestio of a Co iimercia Union with the 
li'iiited States has b en much discussed during 
lie year, and threatens to occui)y a prominent 



present tariti'. Tlie people of the I'nited 
States re representeil as eagerlj' anxious to 
spend an untold wealth of money in becomiui; 



Ijlace in the discussions of the future. It has ' the possessors of the farm products of Canada. 

So anxious are they to secure these products 
that they are willing to pay fabulous sums foi 
their possession — two dollars a pair for chickens 
and a correspcmding advance on everything the 
Canadian farmer can raise. High prices are no 
object with such milliouaries, onlj' break down 
the tariff' and let them ha\ e Canailian goods, 
that is all they want. What care they for the 
price so long as they can have that which they 
so much desire ? They are waiting l)y the 
million, by the tens of millions to turn the 
stream of their riches into the pockets of the 
Canadian farmer. It is a pity that arguments 
such as these should be permitted to insult 
the intelligence of the Canadian people, but v. 
thousand times more pitiful that owing to the 
favor with which they have been received in 
some (juarters, it should be necessary tf) waste 
a moment of time in calling attention to their 
ridiculon-i assumptions. 

Surely the most ignorant farm boy that evoc 
took up an axe in the backwoods of Canada, 
will be ([uick to see at a glance, that if the 
Americans are V)urning with a desire to posses.s 
our goods, and care nothing for the price, then 
they will not be hindered in their tastes oi 
appetite by the paltry pittance collected at 
the border by way of Customs dues. The 
utter dishonesty of all such arguments be- 
comes apparent, when it is remembered that 
the Americans are pre-eminently an agricul- 
tural people, and that From the product of the 
farm they raise for exportation, more than is 
raised by Canadian farmers for export and for 
home consumption both put together. This is 
carefully concealed by the advocates of Com- 
mercial Union, when addressing the farmers of 
Canada, but it is not so concealed when they 
address themselves to tlie farmers of the 
United States. Xo one doubts that the 
American farmer wt)uld be only too glad to lind 
a Canadian market for the surplus produ"t of 
his farm, and it is not to be wondered at that 
American orators from Ohio and New Vori: 
should use their best talents in the effort to 
remove tne tariff that bars their product out 
of Canada. Hut tliat Canadians, and espe- 
cially Canadian farmers, should lend theni- 



laet with considerable support from the b'ar- 
m'jv.s Institutes in some parts of Ontario, and 
...uerally with the opposition of the mercantile, 
ie mai>'\facturing, and the trading classes in 
ill part , of the country. 

So far it can scarcely be said to have come 
within the reg on of practical politics because, 
::!Oiigh pressed, in some (luarters, with an 
..rgency not easily understood, and with an 
ilility worthy of a better and more patriotic 

luse, it has vailed to gain a hold upon the 
v-ople . No party cares to adopt it. No leader 
!< bold enough to commit himself to its inevi- 
ti'iile result and declare for annexation naked 
T veiled. But just outside the political net, 
•he loose fish of party are nibbling at the bait 
if if it might some day serve a useful purpose, 
iiid as their leaders from a distance look on 
with " a smile that is child-like and bland," it 
r-juires but little skill in prophecy to predict, 
that at no distant day, whether for good or for 
:!1, the question is destined to play a consider- 
ii'le part not only in determining the fate of 
iarties, but "in determining the future con- 
iition of the country. 

In view of these facts an examination of the 
.,;estion will not be without interest and it is 
I'.'oposed in this article to state with fairness 
;.'!d strict impartiality the arguments that can 
1" advanced in opposition to the proposed 
-aiou. In doing this it will be necessary to 
Jaiice at the main features of the policy as it 
iiects the peo[)le in their agricultural pursuits, 
01 their manufacturing industries, in their trade 
iiid commerce, as well as in their political 
relationships as Canadians and as members of 



e great British Empire. 

I.M.MEKCIAL UNION A MKNACK 



ro I'AKIIKUS. 

Finding no support from the mercantile and 
c'.annfacturing interests ot the country, the 
-Ivocates of Con'niercial Union direct their 
i'.teiition chiefly to the farmers, and hope ])y 
ippealing to class interests, to enlist the 
ivnipathies of a large and intluential body of 
^wii in favor of the movement. The most 
'<t(jundiug .^tatern nts are made as to the 
iftots that will follow upon a re[)eal of the 



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Helves to such insidious eflbrts, and invite such 
dangerous coni])etition, is a something alto- 
gether beyond the comprehension of onlinary 
intelligence. Many, no doubt, are led away 
by the unljlushing assertions of tlie wild 
theorists, who assume that Commercial Union 
will open up to tlie fai-mers of (.Canada an 
immense market for all their products, and 
who ]jaint in glowing colors a picture of the 
wealth that may be secured by throwing down 
all the barriers of trade, and gaining access 
to a market of fifty millions of people, '.riiis 
market of tifty millicms is the great theme of 
the Commercial Unionist, when addressing 
the farmers of Canada. But he never tells 
the farmer that the lifty millions will become 
competitors as well as consumers, and that 
while the live millions of Canadians are look- 
ing for a market in the United States for their 
surplus product, fifty millions of Americans 
will be over running Canada with the surplus 
product of the United States. 

It will be necessary in this connection to 
look for a moment at the enormous value of 
the trade controlled by the agricultural classes 
in Canada, then, by looking at the markets 
upon which they must rely for the consump- 
tion of their goods, it will be seen, that either 
through ignorance, or of a set purpose, an 
effort is being made to get the farmers of 
Canada to throw open their best market to 
their most dangerous competitors. 

The Annual Value of all Fakm Pro- 
DUt'Ts in Canada is estimated in round num- 
bers at $400,0()<>,0(K). Where does the farmer 
find his market for this enormous yield '/ 
Who are his best customers? These are vital 
questions to the farmer, and the answer, taken 
from the trade and navigation returns for 
188G, is, perhaps, the best answer that can be 
given to the assertions of those who claim 
that Commercial Union will better the con- 
dition of the Canadian farmer. Facts, they 
say, are stubborn things and figures are 
sometimes just as stubborn as facts. Let us 
examine a few figures Ijearing on the (juestion, 
and see if the farmer in an effort to secure a 
doubtful trade of inconsiderable amount does 
not risk the loss of the only trade, which to 
him is c. any real value. Who are his 
best customers ? Undoubtedly, those who 
buy mo.st of his produce. Where are they to 
be found V Here is the answer from the 
official returns of 188() : — 

Exports of all animals and all farm products 

To the I'liitc'd status s i;),."i(ll),i)(l() 

To Gifat Hritiiiii -J'i.OOO.lidO 

To ull othci- Countries 2,.')0(>,l)(l() 

CON.SIMKII ill CWMiA 3()0,O()(),ll0O 

Total .s:4()(),(IO(l,(IIMI 

Tliis sliows at once where the farmer finds 
his best niarUet. Out of a total product of 
.«4( 10, 000, 0(10, no less than .SH()0,000,000 finds a 
ready sale in Canada. How many fanners 
have we in Ontario, who liave counted the 
cost of opening this market to their competi- 
tors in the United States? How many who 



fully realize that their best customer is 
their own doors, tliat they have only to Laiil 
their produce over the fence. The eitieJ 
towns and villages everywhere springing uii i 
manufacturing industries increase, these a. 
what he must rely upon for tlie consuinptioiu 
liis goods, and they help him to consume mill 
nine-tenths of all he can raise tin liis fariid 
His surplus stock for wliich he must tiinl 
foreign market amounts in value to mil 
$40,000,000. 

This the most important feature of the wlmj 
case seems to be altogether over-looked us thj 
(juestion of Commercial Union is discuss;, 
that nine-tenths of the produce of Canada' 
required to meet the wants of the Canailiad 
people, and that as population increases by t!id 
spread of manufacturing industries, the day i« 
not far distant when it will tax the Wsij 
energies of Canadian farmers to produce enout;H 
for home consumption. And yet this is wluil 
should constantly be kept in view. At prestno 
over and above what is required for the homa 
market the farmer has a surplus of $40,0<K),(HiOJ 
How is he to dispose of this? The figures 
given above show that Great Britain consumes 
$22,000,000 ; the United States $ 15, 500,0 h)| 
and all other countries $2,500,000. Next to 
Canada, Great Britain offers to the farmer tlie| 
best market, and yet the American oratoi'a 
and Americanized writers, try to persuade hiiul 
to discriminate against England and close thati 
market for the sake of the market he finds iuj 
the United States. Now the question is, whatl 
risk will the Canadian farmer run in seeking! 
to secure an American market for the whole uri 
his surplus product, if he prefers that market I 
before all others ? To answer the question it] 
will be necessary to present some figures <;iving[ 
the productive capacity of the Anierioaiil 
farmer, as it is with him that the Canadian] 
farmer must compete if he wants to gai'i al 
larger access to the American market. 

The annual value of all farm produce in the 
United States is variously estimated at fruiii | 
$2,50O,00O,00() to double that amount, the gn 
product is of little importance as it is with the 1 
surplus product we have more particularly t.) I 
do, and tliat surplus we have from the official 
records. The annual export of animals ana 
farm products from the United States amount- 
in round numbers to $550,000,000. So that I 
after supplying the home market the surplu.- 
product for which the American farmer nuist ! 
find a foreign market, and which must come 
into competition with the Canadian fariueis 
surplus, not only e(iuals that surplus, I'Ut 
actually exceeds "liy .< 150. 000, 000 all that i'^ 
produced by the ( anadian farmer whetlier t^r 
home consumption or foreign sale. 

BAHKKDUUT<jr IHE CaNADI.^N AIARKKT li.V 

the tariff' against which all the assaults of the 
Commercial Unionists are hurled, the Amen- 
can farmer has to go elsewhere to find a markt t 
for tliis surplus of ,>1;.")50,000,000. Take down 
the tariff wall and he would find at his doors a 
<^'anadian market consuming av annual proiiurt 
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iif .*360, 000,000 and promising at no distant 
,lay to consume much more. The struggle is 
fur the possession of this market, wliich at 
liiesent is secured to the Canadian farmer l)y 
I the tariff whicli he is so earnestly urged to 
remove. Now the (juestion is, which runs the 
iireatest risk, the Canadian taking (h)\vn liis 
tariff wall and opening his market to a surplus 
larm product of .*5r^0,00O,(K)0 or the American 
removing his wall ctnd opening his market to a 
-urplus farm product of .*!40,000,000. 

The mere statement of the (question ought to 
satisfy any Canadian farmer of the tremendous 
danger he incurs by tampering with the (ques- 
tion of Commercial Union. The movement in 
favor of this union will not succeed, and does 
not deserve to succeed. Its appeals to the 
farmers are not honest. All the dangers that 
lie hidden in the policy are carefully concealed, 
while the advantages are exaggerated where 
they are not invented. Reference is frequently 
made to the prosperity of the farmer under the 
last treaty of reciprocity, and no one denies 
that a well considered treaty could be made 
mutually advantageous to both countries, but 
even here there is a want of candour and a 
partial concealment of the truth for it must 
be borne in mind that the prosperity of the 
period covered by the last treaty of reci- 
procity, was not due to the treaty alone, but 
to other causes co-incident with it in point 
(if time. The enormous outlay on the great 
public works of that day — the construction of 
the Grand Trunk and Great Western railways 
—would be sufficient to account for the abnor- 
mally high prices which prevailed. The out- 
break of the Crimean War, the Indian Mutiny, 
the rebellion of the Southern States any one 
of these would have a tendency to enhance 
the value of anything we had for sale and to 
enrich the people of Canada had there been no 
reciprocity treaty in existence. The stagna- 
tion of trade in 1857 following immediately on 
tlie completion of the great public works 
spoken of above, and the termination of the 
Crimean War and Indian Mutiny shows how 
little reliance can be placed in reciprocity 
treaties alone for the prosperity of a people. 

No, our Canadian farmers are not dependent 
upon any treaty of reciprocity with their neigh- 
bors. As a class they have done well and are 
iloing well. A body of men that have a thou- 
sand millions of dollars invested in farm lands 
and stocks is not a body that can be called poor, 
and yet we have impudent men going about the 
country holding meetings, making speeches and , 
publishing to the world that the Canadian far- 
mer is miserable and wretched and ijoor and 
liliud and naked. It will be for the farmers 
w lien they get the opportunity to hurl the false- 
liiiod back in tlieir teeth. 

I OMMEKCIAL IXION A STAB AT NA'l'IVE 
INDUSTRY. 

It is admitted with something of a 1)rutal 
frankness on the [lart of Commercial Unionists 
that the measure would seriously cripple most 

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of our manufacturing industi'ies, while it 
would utterly destroy some <>f them. The 
admission has a terrible signiticance when it i,- 
considered that about one-fourth of tlie pi)[)u- 
lafcitm of the Dominion is dependent on tiiusf 
industries for their daily bread, that the r;ipi- 
tal imperilled is estimated at- .'?'iO0,OO(i.0O<>, 
and th.at the wealth created by this iine.s. 
ment of capital is somewhere in the neiglilior- 
hood of .§500,000,0<M» a year. Terrible as well 
I to the farmer as to the mechanic, seeing that 
I the destruction of these industries is tlie 
' destruction of the farmers best market for the 
product of his field. And, undoubtedly, ail 
of these interests would be placed in (iead.l\ 
peril, if brought into unrestricted competitinu 
with the larger capital, the costliei' plant, and 
the more thorough division of labor that is 
to be found in the inunense estalilishinents 
that have Vjeen built up by the accumidated 
wealth of the American people. It may suit 
the philosophical theorist to sneer at the 
Canadian mechanic, and say that if under the 
condition of things proposed, Cana<lian manu- 
facturers cannot compete with their umre 
powerful neighbors, then that they ought ti> 
make way for the invaders, and allow them tu 
have undisturbed possession of the Canailiau 
market. But this is not the language of 
patriotism, nor is it the way to build u[) a 
nation or a people. No nation c n exist 
without its manufacturing iiulustries, and as a 
lule these only grow with the growth of tlie 
State, keeping pace with the advancing wants 
of the people. While they are in their in- 
fancy, it would be unreasonable and uc just to 
ask, that before they had time to develop 
their strength they should be brought into 
competition with tne more powerful organiza- 
tions of a stronger State. Hencv. the protec- 
tion they find in the tariff laws of all civilized 
nations. Canada in this particular has only 
followed in the footsteps of the wise. It does 
not follow as Commercial Unionists affirm, 
that Canadian prices are higher, or that tlie 
consumer pays more for his goods, Mhile the 
tariff wall protects the manufacturer from the 
powerful combinatioiis of a foreign eountrv. 
The competition of ( "anadians with Canadians 
must always regulate the market, and keep 
prices at the lowest figure. So true is this, 
that as a matter of fact it is known, that 
in nearly every staple article of manufacture, 
prices are lower to-d.ay than when a protec- 
tive tariff was introduced t give encoura^e- 
ment to native industries. ( 'anada has g)'eatl,\ 
prospered under the wise encouragement gi\en 
to develope her resources, and the benefit has 
not been confined to any one particular cla^s. 
it extends to every class in the conuniinity. 
The people are lie'ielited, because they ;ue 
getting their goods at a cheaper I'ate. Tiie 
manufacturers are benelited, because the pio- 
tection gives Canada to tlie ( 'anadians, and 
there is market enough here to encourage 
enterprise. The mechanics are benelited, he- 
cause the establishment of industries in ouv 

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midst givi's tlieiii ooustaut employment, 
'rradesinen reap the heneiit, lieeaiise meeluinies 
iiiu.st lie fed ami clothed, and for this purpose 
their money is freely spent among the differ- 
ent trades. Wholesale merchants are l)ene- 
tited, l)ecause they supply the tradesmen with 
the goods retailed to tlie mechanic. 'I'lie 
whole Province, the whole Dominion is 
lienelited, because we keep our people and our 
^vc-ilth in our own niitlst, and do iu)t send 
t.hem to adil to tiie strengtii anil wealth of a 
foreign cnuntry. 'I'his is tlie only policy that 
'.vill l)uild up a people, and tit them for a 
phice in tiie rank of nations, and this is the 
position to which we aspire. Canaila is a 
cnuntry of vast extent and unlimited i-e- 
sources, the value of which her people are just 
licginning to realize. Much has bee;i said 
;d)out her debt, and the fashion of annexa- 
tionists is to harp upon the increase since 
( 'onfedei'ation. It is perfectly true that the 
debt of </anaila has increased since Confedera- 
tion. It has inci'eased enormously. So has 
( 'anada increased since Confederation. Canada 
has increased enormously. Then we were four 
Provinces, with a total area of three hundred 
tliousand s(piare miles. Now we are seven 
Provinces and four territories, with a total : 
area of three millions of scpiare miles, and for 
every dollar of debt, Canada can show more 
tlian an eijuivalent asset. Her people have 
taxed themselves freely to enable her to 
develop hei' vast resources, spending innnense 
sums on canals, railways and other public 
improvements. Now, when the completion of 
our great National highway is opening up to us 
every day new markets for the products of 
(iiir industries, and the world stands astonished 
at Caiuidian enterprise, we do not propose to 
tivice a backward step, either at the bidding of 
false friend or open foe, and yield to our 
neighbors the fruit of our sacrifices just when 
it is ready to be plucked. 

^'OMMKKC'IAL r.NlON .\NNEX.VT10N IN OlSdLISE. 

In matters of great political moment, it is 
j)ot wise to accept as gospel every doctrine 
propounded from our platforms by strangei's 
anil foreigners, whetiier imported for the jiur- 
pnse, or coming themselves on a voluntary 
()ilgrimage. Tt will l)e wiser to bo guided by 
tlie common sense ■ hat intluences us in the 
every day occurrences of ordinary life. If a 
new teacher jiresents himself, our first (question 
will be as to iiis credentials. Who is he ? By 
whose autiiority does he come V Itow does he 
propose to accomplish his puri)ose ? These, or 
like ijuestions will naturally occur to the mind 
as we listen to his arguments, and l)efore his 
teaching is allowed to have weiglit, -vise men 
v.ill ha\e to be satislied that his object is high, 
or lioly, or patriotic, or good, according to the 
doctrine he undertakes to teach. Now, apply 
the test to the question of Cionnnercial Union, 
and see wliat the result will be. Who are the 
apostles of the new creed ? And what is 
their mission V Ten years ago all the argu- 

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ments that are now doing duty in favor ofl 
(Commercial Un on, w re advanced to provul 
that " (Canadian nationality being a lost causo, 
the ultimate union of Canada with the UnitLil 
.States appears now to be morally certain." 

There stands the declaration of the chii f I 
apostle f)f the new creed, there is no pretenn; 
about it, no beating about the bush, it is 
annexation pure ami simple. That was his 1 
teaching when he wrote the article for tlit- 
Fortnightly Review " On the Political Destiny I 
of Canada," and that is his teaching to-day. 
In his opinion annexation was morally certain 
ten years ago. It has not been aecomplisheii I 
yet, and seems as far off as ever, not, how- 
ever, for want of effort on the part of tin 
Seer, who prophesied the dismemberment oi 
the Empire, for he has strained every effort tn 
bring about the desired result, and now bf 
lends his rare literary talents and scholarh 
attainments to the cause of CJommercia! 
Union, as a step towards the fulfilment of bi- 
ancient prophesy. The other two apostles of I 
the new creed are American citizens, om 
from Ohio, and the other from Ne'./ York, ] 
who, however, respectable and honored in 
their own country, are certainly not the men 
who would be selected to formulate a polity 
for the Canadian people. If they are honest 
and true to the land of their birth, or thelanJ 
of their adoption, then the policy they advo- 
cate will be in the interests of the Uniteil 
States, or in the supposed interests of Canada 
as a part of the United States. To supijose 
they would advocate a policy in the interests 
of Canada, as distinguished from the United 
States, would be to argue that they were 
traitors to their own country, and untrue to 
their own people. Now, we are not a part of 
the United States, and we do not intend to 
become a part of the United States. When 
the time comes to sever our connection witli 
the Mother Land, it will be to set up for our- 
selves, not to become a jjart of the neighhoi- 
ing Republic. And whether we set up for 
ourselves, or remain a part of the British 
Empire, we have interests and hopes and aims 
that belong to us as a people, separate ami 
distinct from the people of the United States. 
We ought, therefore, to look to Canadian 
leaders for a policy, not to an Ohio statesman, 
or a Staten Island politician. But Uncle Sam 
, has more way« than one to carry out th'' 
, Monroe doctrine, and if Commercial Union is 
I looked upon with the gravest suspicion by all 
i true Canadians, it is because its advocates aie 
i either American citizens, or men not known 
\ for their loyalty to Canada, or Canada's con- 
nection with the British Empire. Conunei 
cial Union discriminating against the com- 
merce of England, with a tariff framed at 
Washington, means political union, no niattev 
I how the pill may be su^ar-coated, aiul if that 
I is not what the quack (^/ctors mean, who 
j present the pill, then ttiey an dealing in 
I drugs, whose properties they themselves il" 
not understand, and are as likely as not to be 

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administering poison to their too confiding 

patients. 

Annexation would be preferahlk to 
I C'OMMEKCIAL UNION, if the choice had to be 
made between the two, because then as a 
>tate, we would at least have a voice in 
framing our fiscal policy, while under the 
uinon advocated, we would be voiceless and 
powerless, a dependency and not an inde- 
pendent State. 'J'hat is not the position any 
I'anadian, worthy of the name, would wish to 
<ee bis country occupy. No one dare jjreach 
annexation o[)enly in Canada, but any mis- 
I chief maker can lend his influence to sow the 
eeds of dissension wherever they are likely 
I to grow. Any iigitator can help to create 
liiscontent, which may be turned to dis- 
latfcctior, an<l that seems to be tlie main busi- 
nuHS of the Commercial Unionist at the 
present time. In what other way can we 
account for the determined and persisting 
attempts that are made to write down tlie 
trade, the connnerce, tlie manufacturing in- 
terests, and the credit of the country? and to 
write them down in the face of all tlie 
evidence. Column after column is written to 
I prove that the country is staggering under a 
load of debt that threatens to mortgage every 
[taxpayer bej'ond the possibility of redeinj)- 
Itioii. And yet the writers know that so 
liglitly do the taxes pi-css upon us, that it is 
txtremely doubtful, if from one end of tiie 
laud to the other, there is a single taxpayer 
I wlio is conscious that he carries them to 
the extent of a feather's weight. Article after 
article is published to prove that the public 
accounts of the country point always ami only 
tuwards insolvency and ruin. And yet the 
laiitiiors know that the financial barometers of 
I the Old World — the recognised standards 
tvery where — show its credit higher than it 
hver stotnl before. Writers and speakers 
teaeh and preach that poverty's gaunt and 
ihastiy form is everywhere seen throughout 
tlie land. And yet the deposits in the savings 
'uaiiks have never reached so high a point. 
Kvery where, and at all points they are con- 
irouted by facts that directly contradict their 
reckless assertions, and falsify their rash 
I assumptions, but they only shift their ground, 
[and repeat in anotiier form the story to their 
"wn shame. It is unpatriotic and untrue to 
I represent the people of Canada as poverty 
•■tricken, or unable to compare favorably with 
I their neighl)ors in the United States, ami yet 
[this seems to be the stock in trade of the 
I Commercial Unionist. This is tlie text upon 
hhicli he founds every sermon, and no matter 
[what the argument, or how the sermon is 
lividcd, the ajiplication always points in one 
'lirection, and that is annexation. 

It is unpatriotic and untrue to represent 
[the people of Canada as clamouring for a closer 
Icnminercial intercourse with the people of the 
llnited States, and as willing to submit to any 

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sacrifice to bring it about. We have the 
highest respect for our Americai neighbors, 
we want to live upon the most friendly terms 
with them. We know that along an extended 
line of frontier we can interchange products to 
the advantage of both people, and if a treaty 
can be arranged that will be mutually advan- 
tageous to lioth nations without a surrender of 
independence on tiie part of the weaker jfower, 
it will meet with the cordial support of every 
Canadian in the land. But we will make no 
concession of our independence. " We Mill 
buy with our American neighbors, sell with 
them, talk with them, walk with them " intei- 
cliange commodities with them, but we won't 
change our Hag for them, and we won't be 
blutled by them into the surrender of any of 
the rights and privileges we <;njoy as an 
inilependent nation. 

Perhaps the meanest, the most despicable, 
the most cowardly argument ever addressed to 
a spirited people, is that which is addressed to 
Canadians, wlien they are urged to adopt 
Commereial Union as the only settlement of 
our fishery disiiutes. Xo Canadian, with the 
backbone of a maekerel, would sugge.-t a 
settlement so humiliating to th': manhood of 
the nation. Wo may have disi)utes with our 
powerful neighbors, and sometii.nes they may 
he urged to take advantage of our weakness 
in unduly pressing their claims, but they are 
too spirited themselves to have anything Init 
eoiitemi)t for the cowardly cravens who would 
yield their rights, rather than dare to assert 
them. Talk about retaliation, it has iieen 
tried before to-day, and has jnoved a mi.ser- 
ablc failure. While we wish to have the 
freest jiossible intercourse with the rnitcd 
States, we know that we can do without them 
just as well as they can do without us I 
nay better, for we have commodities which 
they must have, no matter what tariff' walls 
are erected, and our peo}ile are not all such 
fools as to accejit the new doctrine of the 
Commercial Unionist, and believe that Cus- 
toms dues come out of the pockets of those 
who sell. Our duty as Canadians is to guard 
our own. We have rich markets for farm 
products that are eagerly coveted by Ameri- 
can farmers, and the apostles of the new creed 
would have us throw them open to the world. 
We have everywhere springing up around us 
industries, young and vigorous, that give em- 
j)loyment to our people, and keep the wealth 
of the nation fur circulation in our own 
country. And ( "ommercial Union woukl crush 
these industries, and scatter the wealth to 
build up the industries of another people, and 
give employment to our competitors aljroad. 
We arc rich in river, and mine, and forest, 
and field, and have a brilliant future before 
us, if only Canadians to themselves be true, 
and reject the craven counsels of (Jonimercial 
Unionists, who would sell their country for a 
mess of pottage. 

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R. W. 



MASOJSIC. 

TUe Oraiid boilge of Ancient Free and Accepted Maaoiia of Oanadai 

LUto/Orand Officeri for 1887-88. 
Bro. H. Robaition, LL.B.,GolllDgW(x>d,arand Matter i V. W. B:'0. Frvd. Manley, Toronto, 0. S. Deacon. 



K. T. Walkem, Q.O.. Kliii;«toD, Dep. Qrand Mas. 
Ilobt. M. Stuart, Dre.sden, D. 0. 0. M. 

James Newell, M D., Wyomlof?, " 
0. N. Spjncer, Lonioo, " 

Chrii. McLttUan, Stratford, " 

£. E. Wade, DruNselK, " 

J. 0. Hegler, lagersoll, " 

Andrew Jardlne, Elespeler, " 

George Rusnell, IlamiUoQ, '* 

Ileury Jennings, Penetangulshene, " 
C O. .'dcDermott, St. Catharines, " 
a. T. Malone, Toronto, " 

BenJ. Sliartly. Peterborough, " 

Wm. SmeatOD, Belleyille, " 

Frederick Welch, Kingston, " 

.ToliQ M. Sinclair, M.D , Delta, " 

David Taylor, Ottawa, " 

A. W. Thompson, Port Arthur, " 
A. W. Poite, London, 0. S. Warden. 
0. 0. Rowe, Parkdale, Q. J. WHrden. 
Rer.O.L.Worrell,M.A.,Morrlsburg, Q. Chaplain 
K. Mitcbell, Hamilton, Q. TrewHurer. 
D. Derbyshire, Brockvilie, Q. Registrar. 
J. J. Mason, Uamilton, U. Secretary. 



J )hn Mch. 8tev«n»on, Barrie. 0. J. Deacon. 

Wm. Webster, Bellevillo, Gt. Supt. of Work*, 

James W. Fiiidlay, Ouelph, G. Director of Or. 

John Klailoy, Hamilton, Asst. Q. Sec. 

TIios. Millmsn, Kingston, Ass. 0. Dir. ofCer. 

John A. Gowan. Toronto, Q. Sword Bearer. 

John Callard. London, O. Organist. 

James D. Wallii>, Ottawa, Ass. 0. Organist. 

Samuel Davison, Toronto, 0. Pnrsuivant. 

Wm. A Woolsoa, lagorsoll, 

John A. C. Anderson, Ridgewood, 

ThomHS W. Chappie, Uxbridge, 

John Shaw. ISrusHelf, 

William Miller, Omemee, 

John Mallon, Strathroy, )■ QrsDd 

J. p. Thompson, Ueileville, Stewardi. 

Allan Irvine, London, 

Q. M. Richardson, Tamwortb, 

W. T. Wilkinson, Woodstock, 

Wm. Melrose, Baden, 

Oeorge B. Coy, St. Catharines, 

(ieo. Keokle, Thornbury, O. Slandard-Bearor. 

David Barr, Renfrew, Q. Standard-Bearer. 

J. H. Prltchard, Toronto, G. Tyler. 



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Ireland 

Bootland 

Brit. Columbia 

Manitoba 

New BruQRwisk. " 

Nova Scotia W. 

P. Ed. Island. ...M.W. 

Quebec R. W. 

Alabama W. 

Ariiona R. W. 

Arkansas '* 

Orilfornia M.W. 

Colorado " 

Oonnecticat W. 

Dakota R. W. 

Delaware M. W. 

Dist. Columbia . R. W. 

Florida " 

Oaorgla " 

Idaho " 

Illinois '• 

Indian Territ'ry. W. 

Indiana M.W. 

Iowa " 

Kansas R.W. 

Kentucky " 

Louisiana " 

M*ine M.W. 

Maryland R. W. 

Michigan M.W. 

Minnesota " 

Mississippi R W. 

Missouri M. W. 

Montana W. 



Orand Represeniativet from 
The Right Hon. Lord de Tably 
Humphrey Minchin, Dublin 
Lindsay Mackersy, Edinburgh 
Wm. Dalby. Victoria 
Rev. S. P. Matheson, Wiu'peg. 
John F. Ellis, St. John 
Andrew K. McKinlay, Halifax 
Hon. John Yeo. Port Hill 
Alex. Murray, Montreal 
Geo. F. Moore, Montgomery 
Benjamin Titus, Tombstone 
R. M. Johnson, Fort Smith 
W. G. Belcher, Marysville 
Byron L. Carr, Lougmont 
Wm. Knox, Hartf ird 
John Daviddon, Bismarck 
Jos. W. H. Watson, Newport 
Jos. II. Jochum, Washington 
DeWittC. Dawkina, Jncks'villu 
Jas. A. Gray, Atalauta 
B M. Davis. Silver City 
Wiley M. Egan, Chicago 
John R-innie, Savanna 
R. Van Valzah, Terra Haute 
Theo. 8. Parvln, Cedar Rapids 
E. T. Carr, Leavenworth 
Jas. W. Hopper, Lebanon 
J. C. Biitchelor,M D.N. Orleans 
David Cargill, East Livormore 
W. Abrahams, Baltimore 
Jonn W. Finch, Adrian 
Ed. W. Durant, Stillwater 
W. 0. Paxton, Vlcksbnrg 
Xenophon Ryland, Lexington 
Jos. A. Hyde, Butte City 



the Grand Lodge of Canada 

I Nebraska M.W. Bro 

Nevada R.W. " 

New Hampshire.M. W. " 

1 New Jersey '■ " 

; Now Mexico R. W. " 

New York W. " 

North CarollDa.M. W. " 

Ohio " " 

Oregon K. W. " 

Pennsylvania , . " " 
Rhode Island.. ...M W. " 

' South Carolina . W. " 

Tennessee M. W. *' 

Texas " " 

Dtah R. W. " 

Vermont M.W. " 

VirglnU R.W. " 

Washington Ter.M. W. " 
West Virginia ...R.W. " 

Wisconsin '■ " 

Wyoming " " 

Brazil " 

Central America " 

Ohili " 

Greece M.W. " 

Italy " 

Mexico •' 

New Grenada.... " 

N. South Waies.M. W. " 

Peru " 

Portugal " 

St. Domingo " 

Uruguay " 

Venezuela " 

Victoria R. W. " 



Robt. 0. Gordon, Grand IslauJ 
8. W. Chubbuok, Gold Hill 
Andrew Bnnton, Manchester 
Henry R. Cannon. Klizaloth 
Simon B. Newcomb, Mesllla 
Sydney F. Walker, New York 
Geo. W. Blunt, Wilson 
0. A. Woodward, Oieveiand 
Donald McKay, Portland 
Sam'l C. Perkins, Philadelphia 
Ariel Ballou, Woonsocket 
A. Doty, Jun., Charleston 
Klihu Edmundson, Pulaslii 
Philip C. Tucker, Galveston 
Alex. Topence, Corinne 
Levant .M. Read, Bellow's Fall.s 
Rev. G. W. Dame, D.D., DauTille 
John P. Jordan, Seattle 
W. H. Freeman. Clarksburg 
Charles Kabn, Milwaukee 
James E. Gates, Laramie City 
Franc de Paula Romas 
L. Montafar 
A.M.Medina 

II. I. H. Prince Rhodocanaki.^ 
Francisco de Luca 
Louis Guapil 
J. M. Samper Augiano 
Hon. J. 8. Farnell 
Gustavo Lama 
Joas Caetano D'Almelda 
Jacinto de Castro 
llelisario Conrado 
Antonio M. Mollejas 
Edwin Parnell 



Orand Representatives in the Orand Lodge oj Canada. 



11 



England It. W. 

Ireland '* 

Scotland '' 

Brit. Ciiumbia . ■ 

Manitoba " 

New Brunswick. V. W. 

Nova Scotia R W 

P. Ed. Island.... M W. 

Qaubso R W. 

Alabamt " 

Arizona '• 

Arkansas " 

California " 

Oolorad,^ '• 

Oonnectiout M. W. 

Dakota R. W. 

Delawave " 



Bro. Rt. Hon. Sir J. A. Macdonald 
" KlirasTuUy, Toronto 
" Hugh A. Mackay. Berlin 
" J. Creasor, Q.O., Owen Sonnd 
" m. Irving, Q.C., Hamilton 
" Hon T. B. Pardoe.Q.O, Toronto 
" G.J. Wangh, Stratford 
" Hu!<h Muriay, Hamilton 
" Robt. McKay, St. Thomas 
" S. B. Harman. Toronto 
R. IlBndry.Jun., Kinzston 
C Hegler, Ingersoll 
Mitahell, Hamilton 
J. Me net, Toronto 
A. Stevenson, Montreal 
T. ilalone, Toronto 



J. 
R. 
P. 

A. 
E. 



J. B. Trayes, Port Hope 



Dist. Columbia . M. W. Bro 

Florida R W. •' 

Georgia " " 

Idaho M.W. " 

Illinois K, W. " 

Indian Terrlt'ry. ' " 

Indiana M.W. " 

Iowa R.W. " 

Kansas '■ " 

Kentucky M. W. " 

Louisiana R.W. " 

Maine " " 

Maryland " " 

Michigan " " 

Minnesota M. W. " 

Mississippi " << 

Missouri " " 



, Henry Robertson, Colllngwood 
J. J. Mason, Hamilton 
David MeLellan, Hamilton 
James Moffat, London 
David MeLellan, HamiltoD 
E.H D. Hall. Peterborough 
J. K. Kerr. Q.C., Toronto 
J. II. Widdifiold, Newmarket 
J. J. Mason, Hamilton 
Daniel Spry, Barrie 
George S Birrell, London 
John W. Murton. Hamilton 
Ily. Maopheron, Owen Sound 
Hugh A. Mackay. Berlin 
A. A. Stevenson. Montreal 
Jas. Seymonr, St. Cathariaes 
J. K.Kerr, Q.C.jToront 



riHi 



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MASONIC. 



116 



Orand Repraenlativei in the Grand Lodge 0/ Canada— Omlinutd. 



S. Deacon, 
irrie, Q. J. Deacon. 
,(1. Supt. of Worki. 
ph,0. Dlrectur of Cit. 
Asflt. Q. Sec. 
, Abb. Q. Dlr. ofCer. 
, Q. Sword Bearer. 
I. Org«ni8t. 
, Am. 0. Organlot. 
>, Q. PnrBuiTant. 
oil, 1 

dgewood, I 
bridge, | 



irineB, 

, O. Standard-Bearor. 
. Standard-Bearer. 
0, Q. Tyler. 



Oordon, Grand lalaucl 
ihubbuck, Gold Hill 

Biinton, MgncheKter 
K. Cannon, Kllzibctb 

B. Newconib, MeiiilU 
F. Walker. New York 
Blunt, Wilson 

Woodward, Oleveland 
McKay, Portland 
. Perkins, Pblladelpbia 
Sallou, Woonsocket 
>', jun., CharluBtOD 
KdmundHOD, Pulaski 

C. Tucker, Galveston 
Dop9nce, Corlnne 

t .M. Read, Bellow's Fall.- 

,W.Damo,l).D., Danville 

?. Jordan, Seattle 

Freeman. Clarksburg 

B Kabn, Milwaukee 

E. Gates, Laramie City 

de Paula Romaii 

itafar 

Medina 

I. Princo Rhodocanakis 

SCO de Luca 

Ouapll 

Stamper Anglano 

r. S. Farnell 

vo Lama 

laetano D'Almelda 

de Castro 
rio Conrado 
ilo M. MoUeJas 

1 Farnell 



' Robertson, ColUngwood 
lason, Hamilton 
MoLellan, Hamilton 
Moffat, London 
McLellan, Hamilton 
D. Hall. Peterborough 
Kerr. Q.O., Toronto 
rtMddifiold, Newmarkot 
lason, Hamilton 
1 Spry, Barrle 
e 8 BIrrell, London 
W. Murton, Hamilton 
lacpheron, Owen Sound 
A. Mackay, Berlin 
Stevenson. Montreal 
leymonr, St. CatbarioM 
Kerr, Q.C., Toront 



Montana R. W. Bro. 

Nebraska V, W. '♦ 

Nevada M. W. " 

New Hampshire " " 

Sew Jersey " " 

New Mexico R. W. " 

New York -M. W. " 

North Carolina. R.W. •' 

Ohio " " 

Oregon " " 

PeansylT'nta....M W. " 

Rhode Island ...V. W. " 

South Carolina. R.W. " 

Tennessee " " 

Texas M. W. " 

Utah " » 



J. M. Gibson, Hamilton 

0. W. Brown, Toronto 

Hon. Thomas White, Montreal 

J. A. Hender8on,Q.C, Kingston 

J. K. Kerr, Q.C. Toronto 

P. J. Brown, Ingersoll 

J. A. HecderKon.Q.C, Kingston 

L. H. Henderson, Belleville 

L. G. Jar7is, London 

C. D. Macdonnell, Peterboro' 

James Moffat, London 

Robert Lewis, London 

T. C. Maonabb. Chatham 

S. B. Harman, Toronto 

J. K. Kerr. Q.C, Toronto 

J. K. Kerr. Q.O., Toronto 



Vermont R. W.Bro. 

Virginia " 

Washington Ter.M. W. " 

West Virginia... R.W. " 

Wisconsin " " 

Wyoming " " 

Brazil M. W. " 

Chill R.W. " 

Col. A Isle Cuba. " " 

Greece M. W. " 

N. South Wales. '• " 

Peru R.W. " 

St. Domingo M. W. " 

U.S.ofOolombla.H. W. " 

Uruguay ■' " 

Victoria " " 



DeWItt H. Martyn, Kincardine 

J. KoBS Robertson, Toronto 

Otto Kloti, Preston 

J. E. Harding, Stratford 

Thos. Sargant, Toronto 

R. P. Stephens, Torento 

A. A. Stevenson, Montreal 

ReT.V.CIementl,B.A.,Pet«rboro 

G. H. F. Dartnell, Whitby 

Daniel Spry, Barrle 

Daniel Spry, Barrle 

R. T. Walkem, Q.C, Kingston 

Otto Kloti, Preston 

John Walsh, Ottawa 

Ily. Hacpheraon, Owen Sound 

Wm. Gibson, BeamsTllle 



SCBORDINATK LODGES. 



Lodge* marked Ihui (*) hol4 their InitaUation of Offioere on the fyttival of St. John the Bvangelitt—all otheri on that 

of St. John the Baptiet, 



2 
3 
6 
6 
7 
9 
10 
11 
U 
15 
16 
17 
18 
20 
22 
2-3 
24 
25 
26 
27 
2S 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
3S 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
50 
52 
54 
55 
56 
57 
5S 
«l 
02 
63 
64 
«5 
66 
68 
69 

•'1 

-3 
74 



LODOE. 



WHERE BEI.D. I 



NIOHT OF MEETING. 



Niagara 

*Ane. St. John's 

'Sussex 

Barton 

Union 

♦Union 

♦Norfolk 

♦Molra 

♦True Britons ... 

St. George's 

♦St. Andrew's.... 

St. John's 

♦Prince Bdward.. 

♦St.John's 

♦King Solomon'iHJ 

Richmond 

♦St. Francis 

♦Ionic 

♦Ontario 

♦Strict ObserT'ce 

♦.Monnt ZIon 

♦United 

♦Oorapoalte .... 

♦Jerusalem 

♦Amity 

Maltland 

♦Thistle 

St.John's 

Welland 

♦King Hiram .... 

•Trent 

♦Mount ZIon 

i»3t. John's 

'♦St. George's 

i*St. George's 

! King Solomon's.. 

i ♦St. Thomas 

IBrant 

(♦Wellington 

{♦Great Western.. 
'♦Madoc 

♦Consecon 

I Dalhonsle 

[♦Vrtughan 

I'MerrlckTlUo.... 

I Victoria 

• ♦Harmony 

♦Doric 

I'AcacIa 

'♦St. Andrew's ... 

rSt..Iohn'B 

^♦Kilwinning 

^♦Relioboam 

{♦Durham 

•St. .John's 

jStirlIng 

Alma 

l*.St.Jame8' 

(♦St. James' 



Niagara | Wed. on or bef. f. m. of every month 

Kingston ... First Thursday " 

Brockvllle ... | Wednesday on or before f. m. '* 

Hamilton ...j Second Wednesday " 

Grimsby Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Napanee Friday on or before f. moon " 

Simcoe Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Belleville ...{Wednesday before f. m. " 

Perth 'First Monday " 

St. Cath'ines i Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Toronto {Second Tuesday " 

Cobourg I Monday on or before f. mooB " 

Picton {Thursday on or bef. f. moon " 

London 1 Second Tuesday " 

Toronto {Second Thursday " 

RIchm'd Hill I Monday on ur l>efore f. moon " 

Smith's Falls Friday on or before f. moon " 

Toronto First Tuesday " 

Port Hope ... Third Thursday " 

Hamilton ... Third Tuesday " 

KemptviUe .. Wednesday before f. moon " 
Brighton .... Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Whitby First Thursday " 

Bowmanville Wednesday on or before f.m. " 

; DuiLnvlUe ... Wednesday on or after f. m. " 

Goderich..... Second Tuesday " 

Amherstb'rg Tuesday before f. moon " 

Cayuga Thursday on or after f. moon " 

Fonthlll Thursday on or before f. mcon '< 

Ingersoll .... Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Trenton Tuesday before f. moon " 

Brooklin Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Hamilton ... Third Thursday " 
KingsviUe ... | Thursday on or before f. moon " 

London {First Wednesday " 

Woodstock... { Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

St. Thomas... ' First Thursday " 

Brantford ... {Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Chatham ....{First Monday " 

Windsor {Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Madoc .Tuesday on or before f mocn '" 

Consecon .... Friday on or before f. moon " 

Ottawa First Tuesday " 

Mnple Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Merrickville. Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Sarnia Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

BInbrook .... , Wednesday on or before f. m " 

Ottawa I ?lrpt Wednesday " 

Hamilton ... Second Friday " 

Caledonia ... Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

Cirlet'nPl'ce; Wednesday on or before f.m. *' 

iLondon J Third Thursday " 

'Toronto j First Thursday " 

' Newcastle ... Tuesday on or before f. moon " 
Ingersoll .... | Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Stirling Thursday after f. moon " 

Gait {Thursday on or before f. moon " 

iSt. Mary's ...; First Monday «' 

Maltland .... Monday nearest f. moon '' 

[115] 



WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 


SECRETART. 


N. Br. Jotau Knox.... 


Br. J. Redhead 


»t 


K. H Smytbe . 


" Jno. Sutherland 


it 


T. W. Sparham 
J. HoodlesB . ... 


" Alex. Stewart 


It 


" T. Clappison 


i4 


W. F. Clarke... 


" G.N. ^ooBley 


l< 


W.C. Scott 


" L. A. Scott 


»< 


Q.H. Luscombe 


" W. P. Kelley 


(i 


A.McGlnnii.... 


" Chas. Lockerty 


i( 


B. Warren 


" W. A. Moore 


(( 


J. Clench 


" H. O'Loughlln 


(( 


W. McMurrich. 


" Jos. Watson 


a 


Roht. Buck 


" G R. Harcraft 


ti 


E. W. Case .... 


" H. Wellbanke 


tk 


Geo. Elliott . ... 


" M. D. Dawson 


(1 


W.J. Hambly. 


" Wm. Cook 


ft 


J. Crosby 


" R. E. Law 


<( 


OgleCarss 


" S. M. «g 


II 


F. M. Morson... 


" R. L Barwick 


It 


T.A.Thompson 


" W. B. Wallace 


ti 


W. McGlvern... 


" T. H. Husband 



J. Jon<s, M.D..: " 

J B. Thayer ... " 

MHJor Harper.. " 

Wm. McKay.... " 

Jos. Mumby.... " 

C. A.Humber. " 

Geo. Green'. .. . " 

J. H. Cameron. ; " 

J. F. Brasford . i " 

W. L.Underw'd " 

Johns. Dench. " 

W. J. Murray . " 

W. R. Job " 

S. T. Copus....! " 

W. R Vining. . " 

Geo. Mlddieton '- 

R. McCully .... " 

John Blchop ... • " 

Sam Trotter....' " 

Jos. Hall i " 

J.Caverley j " 

J. H.Young ... " 

C A. Douglas. , " 

J. S. Kinnoe ...| " 

A.McDnnald...' " 

C. S Ellis ' " 

Jas. N Duncan ' " 

A.Pratt " 

Alex. Smith..... » 

Wm Galer " 

W. F. Lattlmer " 

P. Birtwistle... " 

M. GifcbB , " 

Jas. Parker .... " 

John Morrison. " 

G.W. Faulkner " 

J. H. Radford., j " 

J. Chalmers. ... " 

A.Bunett....' " 



W. H. Bottum 

F. S. Pomorest 
Robt. Willis 
R. B. Andrew 
T.J. Galbiaith 
Rees Ricce 

R. Elliott 
J. IrwlB 
J. 0. Emmett 
A. J. Reid 

G. Collins 

R. C. Warren 
Wm. BIrrell 
J. A. Fltih 
A. EIHr. jun. 
0. J. Fraser 
S. L. Smith 

D. Curtis 
R. J. Birch 
O. T. Wilkle 
Jac O'Uara 
J. A. Johnson 
C. S. Scott 

A. Carley 
J. H. Meikle 
W. P. Evans 

E. J. Duffy 
Samuel Rothwell 
J. D. Clarke 

A. J. Nellls 
W. Sutherland, jr 
John Overell 
A. Wood 
E Simmons 
Wm. Ewart 
JrliD Sbaw 
ThoK. I'Httersoo 
P. S. Rupert 
C. B. Lemon 



116 



MASONIC. 



[188«. 



f 



J 



MO. 

70 
Tfl 
77 
78 
79 
80 
•1 

83 
84 

8& 
80 

87 



LODOI. 



St. John'i 

•Oxford 

•Faithful Brethr. 
•King Iliram .... 

•Slmooe 

AlbJon 

•at. John'i 

St. Johu'i 

•Baaver 

•Clinton 

KUIngduu 

•Wilson 

Uarkhsm Union 



88 I St. George's 



Via 

1'27 
128 
129 
131 
133 
135 
130 
137 
13B 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
146 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
161 
163 
164 
155 
16S 
157 
158 
169 
161 
162 
164 
165 
166 
168 
169 
170 
171 
17K 
174 



90 •Manlto 

91 •Oolborno 

02 •Oataraqul 

08 •.Northern Light 

94 l*St. Mark's 

96 KIdout 

96 |*Corlnthlan 

97 *Sharon 

98 iTrue Blue 

99 I Tuscan 

100 i Valley 

101 '*Corinthlau 

103 •Maple Leaf 

104 St. .John's 

105 |3t. Mirk's 

100 i^Burford 

107 St. Paul's 

108 Blenheim 

109 ♦Albion 

110 [•Central 

113 kWilson 

114 [•Hope 

116 [•lyy 

110 [•Cassia 

118 Union 

119 I •Maple Leaf 

120 j Warren 

121 l*Doric 

122 '•Renfrew 

123 I The BelleTlUe.... 
1*25 •Cornwall 

•Golden Rule .... 

Franck 

•Pembroke 

The RlslngSun.. 
St. Lawrence . ... 
•Lehnnon Forest 

•St. Clair 

Richardson 

•Pythagoras 

Ijebanon 

•Malabide 

•Tudor 

•Excelsior 

• Friendly Broth's 

•Tecumseh 

•J.B.Hall 

•Prince of Wales 

•Mississippi 

•Civil Service ... 

•Rrie 

•Hastings 

The Grand River 

•Burns 

•Irvini? 

•Peterborough ... 

•York 

Simpson 

•Alexandra 

•Goodwood 

•Percy 

Forest 

•Star in the Kast 

•Burlington 

•Weill iturth 

•Merrltt 

•Macnab 
'Britannia 



WHIRI HELD. 



IflOHT or MIITINO. 



Toronto First Monday every mo. 

Woodstock .. Second Wednesday 

Lindsay First Friday 

Tllsonburg .. Wednesday on or before f. m 
Bradford .... [Thursday on or before f. m 
Newbury .... First " •■^tiny 
Mt. Brydges Tuesday on or before (. moon 

Parla Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Strathroy ... Friday on or after t. moon 

Clinton Friday on or before f. moon 

FarmersvlUe' Thursday on or before f. m. 

Toronto , Third Tuesday 

Markham ... i Friday on or before f. moon 



Owen Sound 
Col ling wood 
Colborne 



Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Wednesday on or after f. m. 
Friday on or before f. moon 



♦Prince of Wales 

*\s\ 

'•Walslngham ... 



Kingston .... i Second Wednesday 

Kincardine.. First Wednesday " 

Port Stanley Second Tuesday " 

Ottervllle .... Thursday on or before f. m. " 

Barrle First Thursday " 

Sharon Tuesday on or before f. m. " 

Albion I Friday on ur before f. m. " 

Newmarket i Second Wednesday " 

Dundas j Monday on or before f. moon " 

Peterboro' ... i Wednesday on or beforo f. n;. " 

St.Cath'rInesJThursday on or aft. f. moon " 

Norwich i Wednesday on or after f. m. " 

Niag Falls 8 j Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Burford I Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

Lambeth ... i Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

Drumbo Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

Harrowsm'h Friday on or before f. m. " 

Prescott First Tuesday " 

Waterford ... Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

Port Hope ... First Thursday " 

Be.tni8ville... [Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Thedford . ... .Monday on or before f. moon " 

Schomberg . ; Monday on or before f. moon " 

Bath Monday before f. moon " 

Flngal First Tuesday " 

Brantford ... Tuesday after f. moon " 

Ronfrew First Monday " 

Belleville.... First Thursday " 

Cornwall .... First Tuesday " 

Uaiupbellfrd Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Frankfort. ... Monday before f. moon " 

Pembroke ... [First Thursday " 

Aurora 'First Friday " 

Southampt'n Tuesday on or after f. m. " 

Exeter Monday on or before f. moon " 

.Milton Thursday on or before f. moon " 

StoulTviile ... Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

Meaford Friday nearest f. moon '* 

Oshawa Second Tuesday " 

Aylmer Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

iVlitchell I Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Morrisburgh : Friday on or before f. moon '' 

Iroquois Wednesday before f. moon " 

Stratford ....'First Thursday '< 

Millbrook.... Second Thursday " 

Newburgh... Wednesday before f. moon " 

Almonte ; First Friday " 

Ottawa Second Tuesday " 

Port Dover .. Monday on or l>efore f. moon " 

Hastings .... .Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Berlin 'Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Wyoming ... Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Lucan Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Peterboro' ... First Friday " 

E)(llni;ton ... Jriday on or before f, moon " 

Newboro'. ... Tuesday on or before f. moon '' 

Oil Sprin);s .. Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Richmond ... First Tuesday " 

Warkwdrlh.. Wednesday before f. moon " 

Wroxeter ... Monday on or before t. moon " 

Wellliinfr.n ., Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Burliu)(tJ.ii Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

StoneyCreek Mnriday on or before f. moon " 

Welland Monday on or before f moon " 

P'rtColborne Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Seaforth First Monday " 

lona Friday on or after f. moon " 

Ayr Tuesday on or betore f. moon " 

Port Rowan. First Thursday « 

[116] 



WORHHlPrUL MiHTIR. 

W. Br. J. L. Kerr 

" W.T. Wlikinsou 

" J. Graham 

" C. McDonald ... 

'* J.S. Boddy .... 

" WF.Roome.MD 

■' D. Small 

" W. R Baker ... 

" John Mallon ... 

" Wui. Jones 

" Wm. Johnston. 

" S. Brown 

" Jas. Speight.... 

" HuKhReid.... 

" W.T. Toner... 

" G.F. Mack lam 

" Jas. Crawford.. 

" Kdward Fox ... 

" John Pollock... 

" M. Durkee 

" G. G.Smith.... 

" C. E. Lundy.... 

" F. W. Bolton... 

" J. Allan, .i'jii... 

" R. Sonierville . 

" R.E.Wood 

" R. Brnwolow... 

" A H. S. Hill ... 

'< J.K.Jones 

" W. F. Miles....! 

" W. Pincombe... I 

" W. P. I'atton... 

" B. V. Day 

" H.H Wells.... 

" W. Massecar.... 

" G. B. Salter... 

" Jbo. Ritchie.... 

" W. N. Ironside. 

" A. Wilkinson... 

" F W Armstrong 

" G. E. Cisey . ... 

" L. Secord, .M D 

" Jas. Uiaig 

" Henry Pringle. 

" C.J. Hamilton. 

" R. Bonnycaftle. 

" C. W Clarka... 

" G. E. Josephs . 

" C. 0. Robinson 

" Jobn Jehus. . . 

" Geo. Willis.... 

" J. .McCollum ... 

" Wm. Tndd 

" W. Chisholm... 

'< J. S. Bi^aton.... 

" C. MarlattjM.:,. 

" W. White 

" g. B. Fell 

" T. A Thompson 

" A. Deune ■ 

" J. C. Kells .... 

" J. .Mulhoiland. 

" Ralph Hill.... 

" W.F. Boardmau 

" W.Duncan 

" Thos. Hill ! 

" D. Forsyth . . . . i 

" A.N.Wood....' 

" ThoB. Kitt 

•' W. Thompson . 

" John I udmore. 

" J. R Dargaval. 

" J. W. Ford.... 

" John ."^atchell . 

" Q.L.Duncan... 

" D. M. Walker . 

" S. W. Flagier...: 

" Thos. Campbell: 

>' Peter Keid 

« J. H. Crow.... 

" Thos. Rae 

" W. Ballantyne 

" D. SInclalj 

" W. Wlllison.... 

" Jas. Byan 



HKOHKTARI. 



Br. R. B. Harcourt 
" O.M. Gamble 
" F. H. D.,bbin 
" P. G. BroHilev 
" Frank Stewart 
" J. D. ADderson 
" H. G. Lindsay 
'' P. H. Cox 
" A. A. Cockburn 
" W. F. Slurray 
" J. P. Umb 
I " J. Firstbnxik 
j " John Sinipsun 
! " J. H. Natter 
" J. L. Cox 
" Geo. Keyes 
" D. Gallaghiin 
" K. V. ILill 
' " Alex. Pollock 
'• W.T. Kav 
" John UlcklDF.ii; 
" Jas. Waylii,^; 
" W. J. Lapper 
' " J. E. Dickson 
" J. 0. kooke 
" E. A. Peck 
" H. Southcolt 
" J. n. Miller 
" W. A. Kenned I 
" H. G Cox 
" J Thuruicroft 
" J. F. Goudwin 
" Jas. Cooke 
" C. H. Miismmi 
" E. U. Long 
" J. Uarmer 
" C. B. Brine 
" J G. Brown 
" W. J BreretoD 
" M. Robinson 
" S. E. Uurwell 
" J. P. Kxeell 
" A. Inglis 
" Wm. McKeown 
" Jno. Ridley 
" J. Turuer 
" A. Terrill 
" J. O. Forgie 
" K. W. Love 
" W.Godfrey 
" M. Eaerett 
" John Lyons 
" R. P. Coulson 
" J. D. McGee 
" Jas. McQaw 
■ T. H. Collins 
" Wm. Elliott 
" W. A. Nash 
" W. L. Redmon.1 
" J. M. Morao 
" H McCartney 
'* Jno. Jacksoti 
" R. Polloc k 
" W. A. Blair 
" L. Skey 
" A. B. Germnu 
" I. J. West 
" J. Newell 
" J. W. Blatkwell 
" D. Spence 
" R. Williams 
" J. II. Butler 
" W. Miller 
" W. V. Beaman 
" R. McPherson 
" Jno. Sandertoi) 
" A. M. Osborne 
" Fred Bray 
" R.G. Marshal: 
" W. E. Burgar 
" J. McRae 
" John Steet 
'< D. McLean 
" D. G. Lewis 
" Wm, Ross 



[1888. ■ 1888.] 



MASONIC. 



117 



BIORITARI. 



HO. 


LODOI. 


WHIBI BILD. 


moHT or MiiTiita. 


WORSHIPrOL MA8TIR. 


8K0RITART. 


ITA 


Spartan 


SparU 

OtUwa 


Monday on or before f. moon ev. mo 
Second Friday " 


li 


G. H. Kalght... 
n. F.Webb.... 


Dr. F. A. Henderton 


177 


TheBuilderi 


II 


•' H. H. Oalrni 


17« 


•Platt«»lUe 


Plattsvllle... 


Friday on or before f. moon " 


II 


WR Henderson 


" 0. Saner 


179 


•Bothwell 


Bothwell .... 


Wednesday on or before f. m. " 


II 


II. F.Smith.... 


" W. N. Johnson 


180 
111 


•8p«ed 


Ouelph 

PortBurwell 


First Tuesday " 
Tuesday on or before f. moon " 


II 


S It. MntTatt ... 


" Wm. Gibson 


•Oriental 


II 


M.G. Burwell. 


. " D. M.Chut* 


183 


•Prince Albert... 


Port Perry . 


Friday on or before f. moon '• 


i4 


Henry Foy 


" Wm. Spence 


184 


♦Old Light 


Lucknow ... 


Thursday on or before t. moon " 


II 


J. McPherson . 


" Wm. ^elliH 


186 


• Kaniiklllen 


York 


Monday on or before f. moon " 
Monday on or before f. moon " 


II 


W. J. Ramsay. 
0. K. Johnston. 


" Wni. Clarke 


186 


•Plantagonet ... 


Plantagenet 


II 


•• M. 0. Ross 


189 


•FlliuiiVlduw ... 


Adolphust'ii 


Wednesday on or before f m. " 


II 


C. W. Benjamin 


«' W. n. IngoTRoll 


11)0 


Balmont 


Belmont 


Friday on or before t. moon " 
Friday on or before f. moon " 
Monday on or before f. m. " 
Second Wednesday " 


ll 


D. Sinclair 


" John Boyd 


192 


•Orlllia 


Orillla 


11 


A. B. Perry . ... 
LAWinegarden 
K. D, Keriy .... 


19? 


•Seotland 


Scotland 


" 


" Thos. Kerr 


194 


•PetrolU 


Petrolia 


II 


'• Robt. Jackson 


195 


•The Tuscan .... 


London 


First Monday » 


II 


GDSutheriand 


" R B. Hungerford 


196 


•Madawajika .... 


ArnpHor .... 
Walkerton... 


Thursday on or before f. moon " 


II 


A. 0. Pye 


" J. E Thompson 


197 




Second Tuesday " 
Friday on or before f. moon " 


II 


C. Dempsey .... 
J. N. Cringle... 


" George Shank 
" R 0. Kllgour 


100 


St Alban'i 


MountForest 


II 


1n^ 


•Leeds 


Qananoque... 
Elora 


Tuesday on or before f. m. " 
Friday before f. moon " 


It 


A. C. Watt 


" Jas Hayward 
<* Jno. McDonald 


m 


Irvine 


II 


Kd. Burns 


m 


New Dominion... 


New Ilamb'g 


.Monday on or after f moon " 


II 


John R. Feick. 


" Wm. Millar 


207 


♦Lancaster 


Lancaster.... 


Wednesday on or before f. m. " 


II 


J. D. Houston. 


•• John McGDlis 


»9a 


•St. John's 


Ijomlon 


Second Thursday " 


II 


A. E. Cooper ... 


" John SIddoni 


209 


•Kvergreen 


Lanark 


First Tuesday " 


II 


A. P. Melrose . 


« W. A. Field 


2U 


•Hawkesbury,... 


(lawkeflbury 


Wednesday on or before f. m. " 


II 


R. McFarlane... 


" Jas Ryan 


212 


♦Klysian 


Oardeulsla'd 


First Monday " 


II 


JohnMnilln ... 


" A. H. Dugdale 


214 


♦Craig 


Allsa Craig . 
AmeliHNburg 
OrangevUle . 
Delhi 


Monday on or after f. m. " 
Monday on or before f. moon " 
Tuesday on or before f. moon " 
Monday on or before f. moon " 
Second Monday •' 


II 


John McKay... 
D. Roblin 


" J. W. Tibeands 


m 


Lake 


II 




lift 


♦Harris 


II 


John 0. Scott... 


" Wm. A. McLIm 


217 


•Frederick 


a 


J. Sovereen .... 


" W. A. Ferguson 
" Thos. H. Smith 


318 


•Stevenson 


Toronto 


II 


John Nicholson 


219 


♦Credit 


Georgetown. 
Oxbridge . . 
Thorold 


Friday on or before f. moon " 
Monday on or before f. moon " 
Wednesday on or before f. m. " 


II 


J.A.Todd. M.D 


" T. J. Wheeler 


m 


Zeredatha 


11 


T. W. Chappie. 
B. F. Morley ... 


" W. A. McCnIlough 
" W. T. Fish 


221 


♦Mountain 


11 


m 


•Marmora 


Marmorft ... 


Tuesday before f. moon " 
Tuesday on or before f. moon " 


11 


R. B Proutt ... 


" A. W. Carfcallen 


223 


•Norwood 


Norwood ... 


«i 


W.H.Stephen'n 


" ThoB. Burkt 


ru 


♦Zurich 


Ilensall ... 




II 


R BuRwell 


<* Jar BotithroD 


i?f> 


♦IJernard 




Wednesday on or before f. m. " 
Monday after f moon " 


II 




" J B. Dinkel 


'228 


♦Prince Arthur . 


Odessa 


II 


L. II. Stover ... 


" John A. McKay 


m 


♦Ionic 


Brampton ... 
Barrie 


Wednesday on or before f. m. " 
Fourth Monday '< 
Second Wednesday " 


11 


■Tah Anrlerflon. 


"WW Woods 


m 


Kerr 


11 


.T II Bennett . 


" D C Murchiaon 


231 


Lodge of Fidelity 


Ottawa 


11 


F. C. Lightfoot. 


" P. U. Varney 


W. 






Wednesday on or before f.m. <* 
Tuesday on or before f. moon " 
Tuesday on or before f. m. " 
Friday on or before f. m, " 
Tuesday on or after f. m. " 


II 


A S Backus 




233 


♦Doric 


Park Hill ... 


11 


D N McLeod... 




234 


♦Beaver 


Clarksburg . 

Paisley 

Cookstown... 


11 




" Chas. Pye 
« T. Gray, M.D. 
«' T. 8. Patterson 


■m 


Aid worth 


<i 


.T .T RlrliArrlfion 


236 


•Manitoba 


11 


0. R. Ferguson. 


•«7 


Vienna 


Vienna 


Friday before f. m. " 
Tuecday before f. m. " 
Friday on or before f. m. " 
Tuesday on or after f. m. " 
Monday on or '..efore f. m. " 
Thursday on or before fm. " 


11 


J II Teall 


<< H G Weinhold 


238 


Ilavelock 


Watford 


11 


a flnwrlnn . . 


*• .ToHn Cameron 


'230 


Tweed 


Tweed... 


11 


Wm. Wright... 
John Kemp .... 
F. Thompson . 
K.KItchen.M.D. 


" W. B. Empey 
"AW Vancott 


'241 


•Qninta 


Shnnn'nvlllA 


M 


242 


•Macoy 


Malloryt'wn 
St. George... 


» 


•1 H Griffln 


243 


>St.Oeorge 


II 


" C. E. Keefer 


'246 


Teeumseh 


Thamesviile 


Tuesday on or before f. m. " 


II 


John Davidson. 


" E. H. Moran 


247 


Ashlar 




Fourth Tuesday " 
Second Tuesday " 


11 


A n Pnnton 


** J O Howarth 


219 


♦Caledonian 


Midland 


11 


R. Kaikes.M.D 


» R. Finch 


'M 


Thistle 




Thursday on or before f. m. " 
First Monday " 
Thursday on or tieSire f. m. " 
Wednesday on or after f. m. " 
First Wednesday " 


II 




" C. Ross 


253 


♦Minden 


Kingston . ... 
Niag. Falls... 


11 


T. W f^hRnnrtn 


'* .Tnhn P Gran 


254 


Clifton 


II 


.Tnhn Willn 


" H Preston 


255 


Sydenham 


11 


V H Switzer 


" S. Ilodgins 

" C. C. Fairan.jun. 


256 


♦Farran's Point . 


Farran's Pt. 


11 


A. H. Wylie.... 


2oi 


•Oalt 


Oalt 


First Tuesday " 
Second Tuesday '■ 
Monday on or before f. m. " 


11 


Jobu Shupe ... 
W Ms'croft. .. 


" 0. A. Powell 


258 


Queiph 


Quolph 

Springfield.. 


11 


" G.J. Brill 


'259 


Springfield 


II 


HF Honsberger 


" J. B. Lucas 


2(iO 


♦Washington . ... 


Petrolia 


First Tuesday << 


11 


Chas. Wilson ... 


« Jas. Peat 


261 

262 


♦Oak Branch 


Innerkip 


Thursday before f. m. " 


II 


Daniel Peat . ... 


" Geo. McKarlane 


♦Harriston 


Flarriston ... 


Monday on or after f. m. " 


11 


Frank Birss.... 


" J. L. Eedy 


263 


♦Forest 




Wednesday on or before t. m, " 
First Monday " 


11 
II 


R. A. Hill 

Wm Hill 


'< P. McKellar 


264 
265 


♦Chandiere 


Ottawa 


" W. A. Bangs 


Patterson 


ThornhiU 


Thursday on or before t. m. " 
Tuesday before f. m. " 


11 


Jas. CI.erry .... 
II. li. Selbv .... 


" J. C. Steele 


M8 i 'Northern Light 

f' ! •Parthenon 

2«8 1 •Verulam 

269 1 •Brougham Dn'n 

270 ♦Cedar 


Stayner 


11 


'• W. Watson 


Chatham . ... 


First Wednesday " 


11 


Cbas. Dunlop... 


" A. M. Smith 


Bobcavgeon. 


Lsst Friday " 


(1 


Wm. Farncomb 


" H. Ventross 


Brougham .. 


Wednesday on or after t. m. " 


11 


a. D. Linton.... 


" D. R. Beaton 


OflhAWK 


Fourth Tuesday " 
Wednesday on or before f, m. " 


11 


Q K Scott 


" L K. Murton 


2il Wellington 

♦72 Seymour 


Erin 


II 


C. Overland, Jr. 


" W. Conboy 


AncAHtnr 


Wednesday on or before f. m. " 
Monday on or before f m. " 
Friday on or before f. m. " 
Wednesday on or before f. m. " 


II 


Thos. E. Eppg... 
EH. Halfpenny 
Jos. Whvtock . 


" A. D. Roberts 


«4 *ifent ..::.;::::::: 




11 


" P. Hangart 


276 Teeiwater 


Tees water ... 


11 


" H. C. Brown 


■i' *^yniour 


Pt.DiilhouEin 


11 


John Patterson 


" A. Kellv 


2T'< Mystic 


Roslin 


Thurpdav before f. ra. " 


11 


C. Hudson, jun. 


" Henry Hudson 


279 New none 


Hospeler .... 
Napanee 


WeiJnesday on or before f. m. " 
First Thursday " 


II 


P. Jardine 


" C. Bapst 


280 


Mount Sinai 


11 


A. H. Allison.. 


" A. L. Morden 


291 


•Thorne 


Orlllla ..... 


First Tuesday " 


(1 


J. B Tudhope . 


" J. H. Buck 



[117] 



1 






4' 

IP 



118 



MASONIC. 



[188H. 



i ■' 



. i 




282 

283 

284 

286 

286 

287 

28S 

290 

201 

292 

293 

294 

296 

290 

297 

299 

300 

302 

303 

304 

306 

30« 

307 

309 

300 

311 

312 

313 

814 

316 

319 

818 

319 

320 

321 

822 

323 

324 

326 

32A 

\N 

328 

329 

330 

331 

332 

333 

334 

336 

336 

337 

338 

339 

340 

341 

342 

343 

344 

345 

346 

347 

318 

349 

362 

353 

354 

356 

357 

358 

359 



(iorne 

'Kureka 

•8t. Johii'i 

Soven Stiir* 

'WiDKliitin 

*8huultth 

•Doric 

'(jeamlDgtOD 

•Dufferlu 

•lloburtRou 

«Hy'I Sol. Mother 

•Moore 

Coneatogo 

•Tempi)- 

Preston 

Victoria 

Mount OlWet. ... 

8t. Ditvid'g 

♦Blythe 

•MlntrTft 

•ilumber 

Durham 

«ArkoD« 

•QraftoD 

'•.Morning Star ... 
•Blackwood 

Pnyx 

•Clementi 

•Blair 

Clifford 

•Doric 

Wllmot 

•Ulram 

•OheBtervllle 

•Walker 

•North Star 

•Alvlnston 

•Temple .'... 

•Orono 

•Zetland 

The Hammond... 

Ionic 

*King Solomon . 

•Corinthian 

Fordwioh 

Stratford 

Prince Arthur ... 
•Prince Arthur . 

•Laui^ton 

•Ilighgate 

•Myrtle 

Dufferin 

•Orient 

•St. John's 

•Bruce 

Hiram 

Qeorgina 

Merrill 

Nilestown 

'Occident 

•.Mercer 

•Qeorgian 

•Elgin 

•Granite 

Kxcelsior 

•Brock 

•River Park 

Waterdown 

•Delaware Vslley 

•Vittoria 



360 iMiiskoka 



361 
362 
363 
364 
366 
367 
368 
369 
370 
371 
372 
373 
374 
876 



•Waverley... 
•Maple Leaf 
•Fronton.HC . 
•Dufferin.... 

•EiicUd 

St. Qeorge 

Salem 

•.Mimico 

Harmony 

♦Prince of Wales 

•Palmer 

•Copestone 

•Keene 

♦fyorne 



376 i •Unity 



Olenroe 

Helleville ... 

BruHiutlR 

AlllHton 

Wiiigham ... 
1'. Arthur.... 

Ijobo 

Leitmlngton. 
W.KIamboro' 
Nohleton . ... 
JuruMlum P. 
Moorxtown . 
Dray tun .... 
St.Oatharln'n 
Prenton .... 
Oeutrevllle . 
Tborudale ... 
St. ThomaH . 

Blyth 

Stroud 

Weston 

Durham 

Arkona 

Orafton 

Smith's Hill. 
Woodbrj^lge. 
Walliiceburg 
Lakefleld . ... 
Palmorston. 

Clifford 

Toronto 

Baden 

Ilagersvllle . 
ChesterTlile. 
Acton West. 
Owen Sound 
Alvlnston ... 
Hamilton. ... 

Orono 

Toronto 

Wardsville... 

Napier 

Jarvis 

London East 
Pordwich .... 
Stratford . ... 
Flesherton... 

Arthur 

Langion ... 
Highgat'j ... 
Pt. Robinson 
Welland Pt. 
Don Mount 
Pittsburg ... 

Tiverton 

Wolfe Island 

Sutton 

Dorchester S. 
NUestown ... 

Toronto 

Fergus 

Penetang'ne 
St. Thomas . 
Parry Sound 
Cnlborne . ... 
iCanulngton. 
jStreetsvllle.. 
Waterdown.. 
Delaware . ... 

Vittoria 

\ Bracebrldge. 

IQuelph 

'Tara 

Cataraqul ... 
Melbourne... 
Strathroy ... 

Toronto 

Brockville... 
Lumbton . ... 

Dfilta 

Ottawa 

Victoria 

Wellnnd 

Knene 

Omomee .... 
Huntsville . 



Thursday on or before f. m.ev.i 
WedneHiiay after f. m. 
Tuesday on or b'^fore f. m. 
Wednesday before f. m. 
Tii«sday on or before f. m. ' 
Tuesday on or before f. m. 
Thursday on or before f. m. 
Tuesday on or before f. m. 
Thursday on or before t. m. 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Firnt Wednesday 
rhurstiay on or before t. m. 
Tuesday on or after f. m. 
Last Wednesday 
Friday on or before f. m. 
Thursday on or before i. m. 
Tuesday on or before f. m. 
Third 'fhursday 
Tuesday on or after f. m. 
Tuesday on or before f. m. 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Tuesday on or before f. ra. 
Thursday on or before f. m. 
Tuesday on or before f, m. 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Friday on or before f. moon 
.Monday on or betore f. moon 
First Tuesday 
Friday after f. moon 
Third Monday 
Third Thursday 
Friday on or after f. moon 
Wednesday on or bef. f moon 
Monday on or betore f. moon 
Monday on or before f. moon 
Wednesc^ay after f. moon 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Second Tuesday 
Thursday on or before f. moon 
Fourth Monday 
Third Tuesday 
Friday before f moon 
Friday on or l)efore f. moon 
First Tuesday 
Thursday on or before f. m. 
Second Monday 
Friday on or before f. moon 
i'uesday on or before f. moon 
Monday on or before f. moon 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Tuesday on or before t moon 
First Tuesday 
Wednesday before f. m. 
Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Friday on or before f moon 
Thursday on or after f. moon 
Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Tuesday on or before f. moon 
First Wednesday 
Thursday after f. moon 
Thursday on or before f. m. 
Second Tuesday 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
I First Wednesday 
j Wednesday on or before f. m. 
i Tuesday on or before f. moon 
! Tuesday on or before f. moon 
i Friday on or before f. moon 
' Friday on or before f. moon 
Tiiesday on or before f. moon 
Fourth Tuesday 
Monday on or before t. moon 
Tr.esday on or before f. moon 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
(Thursday before f. moon 
i First Friday 
I Second Monday 
Tuesday before f. moon 
Wedoe.sday on or after f m. 
Second Thursday 
Tuesday on or after f. ra 
First Thursday 
Thurs'Jsy on or bef. f. moon 
First Thursdav 
First Wednesday 

[US] 



rao. 


W. Bi 


. .1. L. Charles... 


Br 


•1 


II 


y . Smeaton.... 1 


t4 


(4 


14 


"i'hos Town .... 


• 4 


tl 


II 


K. Trfnart 


41 


Ik 


II 


K. L. Dickinson 


44 


*• 


II 


T.J. Redden... 


11 


II 


14 


N. A. Urahara . 


II 


tl 


II 


A. T. Brlstow . 


II 


tt 


l« 


Wm.Cla.k 


It 


tl 


II 


H. Kennedy.... 


41 


4« 


11 


Wm. Klse 


It 


tl 


II 


D. .Vruistrong. 


It 


II 


II 


IIhihIi V, jun 


t4 


II 


4l 


J. R. Saytnour. 


tl 


l» 


41 


A. Webster.... 


II 


It 


It 


Robt. Cox 


It 


14 


11 


It. (luest 


II 


«t 


11 


J. Shurman . ... 


It 


II 


41 


A. Murdork .... 


tt 


tl 


t| 


Wm. MetoKlf... 


tt 


«l 


II 


W Charlton. MD 


It 


11 


11 


11. W. Mockler 


44 


i( 


41 


A. Mrlichlan.. 


It 


'* 


11 


W. W. Boyce... 


tt 


*l 


II 


A. Rot)ert8on... 


II 


41 


(1 


P.D.McLean.MD 


fl 


14 


II 


C. Chubb 


tl 


4l 


4l 


H. Sheldrake ... 


tf 


l( 


II 


J. NIcoll 


tl 


11 


(1 


J. S. Dewar .... 


It 


II 


II 


T. Downey 


If 




tl 


W. H Erbach . 


" 


II 


tl 


0. Shirk. M.D.. 


II 


II 


" 


J.Q.aillesple... 


tt 


t( 


II 


W. J. PIgott ... 


it 


tl 


II 


J. Miller 


«* 


11 


II 


0. A. Marlatt . 


'• 


II 


41 


11. Mai kelcan . 


If 


41 


II 


W. Tiinmpson . 


11 


II 


II 


J. Fletcher 


tf 


•* 


tl 


W. McLacblan 


ff 


(1 


It 


J. Buchanan.... 


<l 


II 


II 


E. H. Hart.... 


II 


II 


11 


F. W.Lllley.... 


If 


It 


41 


R.O. Hutchison 


tl 


II 


It 


J, J. Moore . ... 


II 


II 


tt 


R. J. Sproule ... 


tf 


II 


II 


W. Henderson. 


»* 


II 


II 


0. D. Dewltt... 


tl 


11 


tl 


P. H. Davey.... 


»1 


II 


II 


C. B. Bennett... 


It 


11 


If 


J B.Cohoe.,.. 


tf 


l( 


ft 


J. Hewitt .... 


" 


II 


tf 


J.Qallaher 


11 


l( 


tl 


A. J. Patterson 


" 


<l 


fl 


W. H. Goodwin 


" 


li 


II 


W. R. Mann.... 


4t 


II 


11 


W. H. Collins . 


It 


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tl 


J. Wilson 


" 


II 


<l 


Alf Curran. . ., 


It 


44 


11 


0. A. Reld .... 


ff 


14 


ff 


0. H. Wiight... 


tf 


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tl 


Rd. Redman.... 


tt 


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It 


44 


tl 


W. L. Payne. ... 


tf 


ll 


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H. WiUon .... 


tf 


14 


tl 


Q. U. Falconer. 


II 


14 


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J..VnderRon,MD 


tf 


(1 


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J. D. Rtily.... 


tf 


(1 


" 


D. W. MpCoII... 


tl 


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(t 


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t: 


« 


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If 


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tl 


41 
4( 


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D. A. Sinclair... 
Q. MeBeth 


ft 


II 


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ft 


l( 


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SKCRITAar. 



W. O. Luml«v 
W. J. DlauKJiil 
John Shaw 
II McO. Wrig^it 
J. A. Morton 
K. C. MoCrejdv 
P. S. QrahHiii ' 
P. II. Martin 
A. Jon»s 
T. II. RoMn'ioM 
E. Uiiger 
M. Day 

A. A. BeuDlii< 
Fred. KIJiii)*!' 
J. Balt/.er 
J. D. W8^;D*i 
Robt. Smith 
\lfx. Hess 
Chart. B. Tantjwr 
R. a . .McCraw 
J. CrulckHhiuik 
Geo. Russell 
A. W. Angus*, ni 
W. Law lees 
John Wilson 

D. Allan 

E. Parker 
R. Q. Oench 
R. Doherty 
R. E. Biggar 
R. F. WilllinH 
.\. Kaufman 
Alf Godwin 
M. Brown, M 
W. R. Keniii'ilv 
H. Duril 

E. Warner, jun 
G. S. Blngbiiin..MD 
A. J. Lockfaart 
H. J. Craig 
D. Johnson 
U. Thompscii 
David Hill 

0. E. Brener 
Jas. Foster 

1. Baker 
W.J. lUllamy 
A. McPherson 
W. Wlnnrove 
J. D. GilUs 
W. U. AndiH-v 

D. C. HoImcH 
C. B. PHter 
A. Brown 
J.Walker 

C. D. Home 
H. S. Hill 
E.T. Shaw 
A. R. Rowaf 
O. M. DonoTa;: 
Jas. Dass 
0. R. Sneath 
A. J. Clark 
Chas. Clarkn 
J. Boyer 

E, Sandlson 
J. W. Rolls 
A. M. Robson 
11. C. Garnett 
J. W Stitt 
Wm. Simmvioa 
R. C. ChiSB 

A. McCulloch 
J. L. Haycock 
A. Carruthers 
R. S. MoOoWiiii 
Wm. B»ll 
P. W. D. Broiierick 
J. M.Cotton. M.I). 
A. Stevens 
J. J. .Mulligan 
Wm. Thomps.i;] 
W. G. S>mervill« 
K. Mark 
J. A. Calder 
C. Peacock 



MASONIC. 



119 



SKCHITART. 



HO. 

377 
37S 
»79 
Ml) 

m 

i'H 
18A 

m 

3S7 
MS 
189 
WO 
991 
3»'i 
393 
39 i 
39ft 
390 
397 
398 
399 
400 
401 

m 

403 
404 
405 
40fl 
407 
403 
409 
410 
411 
412 
413 
414 
41-> 
4U) 
417 
O.D. 

a.D. 



LODOI. 

•Lorns 

•Kliin SoIniioiiV 

*MlddlM«x 

•Union. 

Doric 

*tIitnderion 

•Alpha 

•Spry 

•MoOoll 

lianiidown 

ileoJerHnn 

•Orykti 1 Kounf.'n 

'Klnronca 

'Ilowurd 

•Huron 

Kort>iit 

KInK i^olumon ... 

I'Hrvnlin 

•Cfdnr , 

♦ Leopold i 

VlctnrU I 

Moffiit 

•OakvlUo 

»Oral(? 

♦Ceiitriil 1 

•Wlndnor | 

LornH 

•Mattawa j 

♦Th6 Spry 

Manitoiilln 

Murray 

•Golden Rule 

•Zeta I 

Rodney I 

Keyntono 

Napthall i 

Pefiuonm I 

rort Willlnni ....I 

l.yn ! 

Keewatin 

Maxvillo I 

Point Kdward ... 



WriERf. IIILIi. 



MIGHT or >ir:cTi>o, 



WONMIIM'M'L MAI'TtR. 



Hhelburne ... Wrdnorday aripr f. 

I'titeriiTlllp... Third WitdDriday 

llryanaton ... Wwln^day on or b«for« f. m. " 

Lomlnn Second Monday •' 

llnmllton. ... Third Monday " 

W.WInchei«'r|Klri.t Tiuiiday '• 

ParkdHla . ...> Kliit Thuriday •• 

Dfulon Wfdiipfday on or itfffr f. m. •' 

Went Lome. Wt-dnecday after full moon ■' 

l^nadowue . Thumday on or before f. m. ■' 

Ildertnu Morday on or boforo f. racon " 

N. Auguita. Wednenday on or before f. m. " 

Florence | Thursday on or before f. ntbon " 

llliluetown... Monday on or before f. m. " 
Oamlachle ... WedniKdiiy on or after f. m. 

Ohecley Klr«t Tui-miay " 

Tbamekford. Wednesday on or after f. moon '• 

Coinbt-r iTburnday on or before f. m. " 

Wlarton jTuegday on or In-fore f. moon " 

Brigden Tuesday on or after f. moon " 

VlctorlaRoad Second TuBKdny " 

Ilarrletdvllle WodneHday on or befor f. m. " 

Oakvllle Tuesday on or before f. moou " 

Desernnto ... Klr»t Tuesday " 

Kasex Centre' Wednesday on or before f. in. " 

Windsor Stcond Wednesday " 

Tamworth . Third Tuesday " 

Mattawa. ... First Tnesdny " 

FenelonFnlis First Friday " 

Qore Bay ... Monday on or after f. moon " 

Beaverton ... First Wednesday " 

OriTenhurst Monday on or before f. moou " 

Parkda'e . ... ' Fourth Thursday " 

Rodney .... Thuriday on or before f. m. " 

S'ltSte Mar'ej Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

TllburyC'ntr Tuesday on or before f. raoon " 

Rat Portage. Wednesday on or before f m. " 

Ft. William. ; Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

Lyn I Tuesday on or after f. moon " 

K'watln M'lsl First Friday " 

Maxvillu ....'Second Friday " 

Point Kd'nrd' Second Mondav " 



CT«fy mo. W.Br 



F. A. Canipbell. 

Wm Diitl 

D.McPherron... 
A. <;. Stewart... 
J«s. Chpyne . ... 
Arch. Till |) .... 
J. K Verral .... 
n N.Claik ,... 

P. Stalker 

Ch«i. Stewart . 
J, I). OWell .... 
J. H. McCully . 
W. K. Morton . 
I). Cochran .... 
John Ferguscm 
Oeo. Knowlrun 
J. D. MoNeo .... 
W A. Mclntoih 
II. W. Hicks.... 
F B.Seagar.M.D 
A. Paterion .... 
RIt-h. Thon.aa . 
Jas, Andrew ... 
a Cllnlon.MD.i 
Wm. Church... 
(itu. Adams ... 
QMItirhardsoD 
W. Ilogarlh ... 
Alex. S. Hart... 
.). Johnston . .. i 
A. P. Cock burn 
Wm. B. Irving. 
C. V. Mansell... 
TWKIrkpatr'k 

K. Blgiilns 

W. h:. Bottoms. 
A.Carmichael... < 
W.U Carpenter 
N. U. FioldR ... 
J. A. Warren... 

S. Henry j 

J. Mclntyre . . ' 



srCRiTART. 

" Alex. Smith 

" Wm. NIrbolli 

" J. Mrhobon 

'* (>r<>. HimploD 

" C. V. Kmrry, MP. 

" K I- White 

" W. lieddi.me 

- W. H llimmell 

•• Jas llind 

" ReT. 8. TIgke 

" Tho«. Oliver 

" I). H. llalladMy 

" I. Onsworili 

" H. W. youtK* 

" J. K.CaitDs 

" .1. M. .Stewart. MD 

" K. A. Iiundaa 

" 0. L. .MiDfrinott 

" F. 8. JrnnliiK.i 

" W. Manley 

" L. Matchett 

" F. Kun» 

" Henry Wllarn 

" W. L>. McHae 

" John Dewar 

" 0. P. Van Sickle 

" J. F. ghermaii 

" C. P. WestgaKB 

" F. McDougall 

" J. M. Fraser 

" J. Leslie 

" Oeo. Tcleu 

" W. L. Weatheily 

" Wm. Morris 

" R. U. Carney 

'• J. K. Bryden 
" F. C. Perry 
" 0. M. Taylor 
'• R. A. Mather 



The Oraail Chapter uf Royal Arch Alaaons of Canada* 

Officers op the Orand Chaptir, 1887-88. 



U. B.Comp. R. Hendry, jr. Kingston. Or. Z 
R. E. ' - " " 



Gt.Z.) 



dCouncil. 



R.B Ilungerford. London; 

J. J. Mason, Hamilton 

T.C Macnabb.Cbatham, Or. Sup. St. Clair DIs. 

E. Burke, London, " London " 

C. L. Beard, Woodstock, " Wilson " 
H. Lockwood, Ouelph, " Welllngt'n" 
Hugh Murray, Hamilton, " Hamilton " 
Joseph Beck, Saltford, " Huron " 
J. M. Dunn, Welland, " Niagara " 
J. H. Wlddiflcld. Newmk't, " Toronto " 

D. McNaughton, Cobonrg, " Ontario " 
J. J. Farlev, BelleTlllo, " P. Edw'd " 
Geo. Gale. Brockville, " Cential " 
John Leslie, Winnipeg, " Manitoba " 
Y. Bramwell, Melbourne " Australian " 
David McLellan, Hamilton, Grand Scribe E. 



R. E. Comp. J. S. Dewar, London, Grand S 

" " J. Nettleton, CoUlngwood, 

" » E. Mitchell, Hamilton, 

" " T. McCarrolI.Meaford, 

V. E. " M. Houston, Chatham, 

" " W. K. Idsardi. St. Thomas, 

" " J. Sutherland, Woodstock, 

'< " Hugh Walker, Guelph, 

" " J. E. Harrison, Milton, 

" " M. Eacrett, Aylmer, 

" " A. G. Horwood, Toronto, 

" " J. li. Uav, Toronto, 

" " B. J. Winch. Cobourg, 

" " .. n. Pope, Rellcville, 

" " T. WilkiDHon. Bro(k»ille, f 

" " E. Smith. Port Colborne, j 

" J. H. Pritchaid, Toronto, 



I. 



crlbe N. 
Prin. Sojciir. 
Treasurer. 
Registrar. 
Ist Asst. SoJ. 
2nd " •• 
Sword Bearer 
Mas. ot Vellf. 
Stand. Bearer 
Dlr. ofCer. 
Organist. 
Pursnivant. 

Stewai Ja. 

Janitor. 



Jieprrtentatives rifar the Grand Chapter of Canada frnm Furf jU Grand Chaptert. 



.\labama, 

Arkansas 

California, 

Colorado, 

Connecticut, 

Dakota, 

Delaware, 

Dlst.ofCoIum., 

Florida, 

Ueorgia, 

Illinois, 

Indiana, 

Iowa, 

Kansas, 

Kentucky, 

I'CiulslHna, 

Maine, 

Mar) land, '' 

Masaiichueetts. '* 

Minnesota, M. K, 

Mississippi, R. E, 

Missouri, ' " 

Nebraska, " 



R. E. Comp. Isaac F. Toms Godfrich. 

John McLaren ... Oriingevllle. 
Hen. Macphersou. Owon Sound. 
L. H. Henderson. Bellevillo. 

Donald Ross PIcton. 

li. B. Hnngerford. l,ondon. 
T. 0. Macnabb ... ChHthiim. 

H. Kohertson Crllingwood. 

James Mnffat London. 

D. McLellan Ilanillton. 

Wm. Fdrbca Grimsby. 

James .Seymour... St. Catharines 
James Seymour... St. Catharines. 

J. 31. Gibson Hamilton. 

T. Sargant Toronto. 

Kdward Mitchell, Hamilton. 



M.E. 



R. E. 



M.E. 



R. E 
M. E 

H. E, 



H. L. Patterson... Toronto. 
, I. .\. Henderson... Kingston. 

F. J. Menet Toronto. 

Henry Robertson. Cullingwood. 
W.J.ii.McL.Moore Prescott. 
J. R. Robertson ... Toronto. 



I N. Brunswick, R.E.C 
I N.Hampshire, " 

New Jersey, .M. K. ' 
I Nevada, R.E. 

■ New York, 

N. Carclina, " 

Nova Scotia, 

Ohio, 

Oregon, 

Pennsylvania, " 

Quebec. M. E. 

Rhode Island, R. E. 

S. Carolina, M. E. 

Tennessee, R. E. 

Texas, " 

Vermont, " 

Virginia. 

Washington T. E. 

W. Viiglnla M.E. 

Wisconsin, R. E. 

Scotland, " 

Gr.MarkL'geof 
Eng.AWales, 51. E. 



imp. 



V. E. 
R.E. 



John S. Dewar.... 

Daniel Spry 

J. J. Mason 

H. Robertson 

James Wilson . ... 
R Hondry, jun ... 

H. A. Mackay 

R. J. Hovenden ... 
Donald McPhle... 

Daniel Spry 

J. B Trayes 

0. D. Macdonald . 

Wm. Gibson 

R. Briciley 

Jas. B. Nixon 

.\. Patterson 

Hugh Murray .... 

S. B. Uarman 

Gavin Stewart... 
J. K. Kerr 



Hamilton. 
Barrie. 
Hamiltou. 
Collingworid. 
Toronto. 
Kingston. 
Berlin. 
Toronto. 
Hamilton. 
Bairlo. 
Port Hope. 
Peter boro'. 
Beamsville. 
Hamilton. 
Toronto. 
Toronto. 
Hamilton. 
. Toronto. 
, Hamiltcn. 
Toronto. 



Jas. Seymour St. Catharines 



[119] 



p I 



120 



Alkhama 

ArkntiMi, 
OallfornU, M. 
Onliirtilo, 
Oonnactlout, 
Uaknt/t, M. 

D«lHW«r«, 
Dlxt. Colum ,M. 
riorld*. M. 

UeorKiA, M, 

llllnuli, 
Indiana, 
Iowa, 
Ireland, 
KaDiaK, M. 

Kentucky, M. 
Loultlaua, K. 
Malnn, M. 

Maryland, 
MMSArhuH'tli, R. 
Mlnniiaota, K. 
MinalHulppI, M, 
Mlxaourl, K. 
NeliraRka, 



MASONIC. 



[1888. mms.'\ 



Kf.prf.ientatiuti near Pirfign Grand CliapUn from th* Grand Chapttr <{fCanadc . 



K.Oomp.J II. JoliiiHou . ... 

•• •' (l.L.KImball . .. . 

" •• N. W. Hpanldlng.. 

" " I.. N. Oreenlvar... 

" " W. K lllnhy 

" " Wm. niatt 

' " V. Young ...^ 

" " J. 8. McCoy, M.U., 

" " K. J. I»erry 

'■ " W. A.Qraham.... 

" " Arch. MoUlian... 

<• '• K. li MoUllan ... 

" " J. W. WlUnn 

" •' .1. H.N..IIi(on 

" " Jacob Dm Witt. . , 

" " H. K. Krench 

" " And. IlMro.Jun... 

" " A J. Kuller 

" " J. M. Carter 

" " Kdwln Wrlxht.... 

" " 0. a. Miller 

" " A. II. Harkley.... 

" " M. A. Kyke 

" " F. II. Young 



TilladnKa. 

Dardanvlle. 

Oakland. 

Denrer. 

Bridgeport. 

Yankton 

Wllinlniflon. 

WnNliiiiKtnn 

Key Went 

Kort OiklDeK. 

Ohirago. 

Colum. City. 

Newton. 

Dulilln. 

Sallna 

Mt. Sterling. 

New Orluani. 

Rath. 

Kiillimore. 

lioHton. 

St. Paul. 

Orawfordavllle 

Clinton. 

Custer. 



N, llrunVk, R. Conip. 

N llampah'e, H. •• " 

New Jeraey, M. " " 

Nevada, R. '• " 

New York, H. " " 

N. Carolina, " " 

Nova Scotia, " " 

Ohio, R. " " 

Oregon, " " 

I'enn«ylT'la, R. " •• 

Qiieben. R. •< •< 

Rh. Inland, R. " " 

8. (Jarollna, " '« 

Tenueaaee, " " 

Texaa, " " 

Vermont, H. " " 

Virginia, M. " " 

Waah'glonT.M." " 

Wlaconalu, M. " " 

W. Virginia, R. " " 

Scotland. R. " " 
Gr.MarkL'goof 
Kng.AWole»,M.'' 



A. W Baker 

W. It.McIlbatay, 
8. W. Chuhhur k.. 
II. (i. Ilopkltti... 

0. C. Clarko 

h. K. Darling 

0. A. W<K>dward. 
Donald .MrKiy .. 

T. R. I'atlon 

Thoroa* Milton ... 

W. R. Oreone 

J.M liratten.M.D 
K. Kdmondaon.... 
Henry HrherfHui. 
Wni. Hrlnamald.. 

fl. W. Dame 

A. MfCalley 

R. D Pulfhrd 

Frank Johnion ... 
Karl ofKlntore .. 



" Fred, ninckei .. 



LahanoD. 

New York. 
Hold mil. 

Willard- 
New llitrna. 
Ilalimx. 
Cleveland. 
Portland. 
Phlladeltihla 
Montreal. 
Providence. 
Yorkvllle. 
Pulaakl. 
Ilounton. 
liurllnKton. 
Danville. 
Walla Walla. 
Mineral l"nl. 
Wheeling. 
, Carlton CluU 
I<on., Kng. 
l/indon, Kug 



BUBORDINATK CIIAPTKRB. 



RO. I 

2 
8 
4 

6 

e 

7 

8 
16 
16 

18 

19 

20 

22 

23 

24 

2rt 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

84 

36 

38 

37 

3S 

40 

41 

44 

46 

46 

47 

48 

49 

62 

63 

64 

55 

60 

67 

5S 

59 

60 

61 

02 

03 

64 

65 

60 

67 

63 

09 

70 

71 



OBAPTIS. 

Ano. Frontenac 
The Hiram ... 

St. John's 

tit.Aud.ASt.J.. 
St. Qeorge'B ... 

St. John'a 

Moira 

K. Solomon's . 
Wawanosb .... 

Oarltiton 

Oxford 

Mount Moriah. 
Mount Ilureb . 

Qranvllle 

Kzra 

TocumBeh 

St. Mark's i 

Manitou 

|Pentalpha 

McCallum ! 

Huron 

Prince Edward 

Waterloo 

Signet 

' Keystone ! 

Corinthian .... 

Victoria 

Seymour 

Uuelph 

Harris 

Mount Sinai ... 

Kxcalsior 

St. James 

I Wellington.... 

'St. John's 

' Klora 

Prince Rupert 
I Uruce 

Palestine 

Niagara 

Qeorglan 

King Hiram ... 

Pembroke 

jSussex 

Doric 

Qranlte 

iYork 

Havelock 

Willson 

St. Paul's .... 

The Malloch ... 

Kntorpriae 

Maitland 

Qrimsby 

Qrand Rlrer ... 

Princeof Wales 



wnim HELD. 



NIOHTS OF MIKTINO. 



Kingston C 

Hamilton II 

London, L| 

Toronto T| 

London L' 

Hamilton Ill 

Belleville P.E 

Toronto T; 

Sarnla L 

Ottawa Oj 

Woodstock ....W| 
St. Catharines. N 

Brantford W{ 

Prescott oj 

SImcoe W 

Stratford IIn| 

Trenton P.K 

ColUngwood ...T 

Oshawa 

Dunnvllle N 

Qoderlch IIn 

PIcton P.K 

Oalt Wn 

B.»rrle T 

Whitby 

Peterboro' ... .0 

Port Hope 

Bradford T 

Quelph Wn 

Ingersoil W 

iNapanee P.K 

Oolborne 

St. Mary's ... . Un 
Chatham ....St.O 

Cobourg 

Klora Wn 

Winnipeg M 

Petrolia L 

St. Thomas L 

Niagara N 

Owen Sound ...T 
Pt. Colborne ...N 

Pembroke 

Brockville C 

Newmarket T 

Almonte C 

Kglington T 

Kincardine ...Hn 

Welland N 

Toronto T 

Clinton Hn 

Harrifiton ...Wn 
N. Augusta. . . .0 

Qrimsby N 

Berlin Wn 

Amherstb'g .St.C 



FIRST PRINCIPAL t. 



BORIBI 1. 



Third Wednesday uf every month 

Firat Monday OT. m. except July A Aug. 

Third Weduiiflday In every month 

Third Friday of every month 

Third Tuesday in every month 

2nd Thursday ev. m. except July A Aug 

Flrat Tuesday of every month 

First Wednesday of every month 

Second Friday in Jan. April, July i Oct. 

Third Thursday of every month 

Third Friday of every month 

Friday on or before f. moon of ev. month 

First Wedn-'day of every month 

Second Tuesuay in every month 

Second Wednesday of every month 

fjast Tuesday of every month 

Second Wednesday of every month 

First Friday of every month 

Socond Friday of every month 

Friday on or aft. f. moon 

Third Tuesday of every month 

Monday on or after f. moon 

Second Monday of every month 

Second Tuesday of every month 

Third Friday of every month 

Third Tuesday of every month 

Second Thursday of every month 

Friday on or before f. ra. of every month... 

Second Friday of every month 

First Tuesday after f. m. of every month. 

Wednesday after f. moon 

First Thursday of every month 

Second Wednesday of every month 

Second Thursday of every month 

Friday on or bef. f. moon of ev. month... 

Weilnesday on or after f. m. of ev. month 

First Thursday of every month 

First Thursday In each month 

Second Thursday in the month 

Thursday after full moon 

Third Tuesday of every month 

First Thm-sday of every month 

I First Monday of every month 

I Friday on or bef. f. moon of every month 
I First Wednesday in month 

Second Monday of every month 

Thursday on or after full moon 

Third Thursday in each month 

Last Wednesday of every month 

Second Wednesday of every month 

Friday before f. moon of every month ... 

First Tuesday of every month 

Third Thurs. in Mar., June, Sept. & Dec. 

F.Wed. in July.,3op.,Nov.,Jan.,Mar ,May 

.Monday on or before f. moon 

First Wednesday on or before f. moon ... 

[120] 



S. Angrove 

Il.Sweetman 

Alex. McQueen . ... 

Wni. Simpson 

A. B. Munson 

K. Mitchell 

J.J. Farley 

J. n. Knifton .... 

James Woods 

David Taylor 

James Sutherland. 
CO. McDermott... 
Wm. Watt.Jun.... 
John Francis 



W. S. Smyth 
0. S. Hlllman 
John Slddous 
Wm. Medland 
CO. Reed 
W. F. McOivern 
P. 0. Jones 
R. Oliver 
0. B. Johnston 
'»''.a.8.ReynoM« 
James Wilson 
Levi Yale 
David Curtis 
M. Oowsley 



A. K. Abrens I . Baker 



John Nettletou .... 

L. K. Murton 

T. J. Qslbralth .... 

James Qreen 

H. Welbanks 

a. V. J. Qreenhill. 
Qeorge Monkman . 

W. R. Howse 

B. Shortly 

Q. B. Salter 



James Lindsay 
S. S. Kdsall 
L. A. Congdon 
H. W. Ball 
Donald Ross 
J. M. Hood 
R. R. Holt 
J. II. Addison 
Chas. CaniproD 
W- B. Wallace 



Walter Clarke . . . . W. fllbson 
0. II. Slawson .... I W. A. Woolson 
J. Walters Jas. Aylstvortb 



Thomas SouUard... 
D. McNaughton.... 

A. Spalding 

Wm. G.Bell 

Robert Scott 

A. N. Pettit 

Robert Best 

Samuel Lloyd . . . . 

J. B. Nefif 

J. H. Burrltt 

Qeorge Qale 

Thomas RatcliiTe... 

J. II. Thrall 

John M. Carter. ... 

B. Freer 

I. P. Willson 

|W. II. Best 

A. Worthiugton ... 



A. T. Dunn... 
K. B. Loosley 
J. M. Scully . 
Qeorge Uott . 



James Birch 
J. G. Orr 
W. Qay 
D. Hope 
James W. Ford 
W.E.ldBardi,.Vct. 
J. O. Konssuau 
Kwing Cameron 
Charles Lugsdln 

C.U.FitzsimmoDi 
W. A. Kwing 
Ralph Hill 
J. K. Hopkings 
J. 8. Qreenhill 
M. W. Bridgman 
James Hewlett 
W. F. Murray 



J. Chapman 

Wm. Forbes 

Alex. -Miller 

.'George Qreen 



[1888. mms.'] 



MA80NTC — ODD PBLL0W8. 



121 



id( . 



itr Ij«h«nnD. 

hat ay. Nnw Yorli. 
>burli... ()o|(l Hill, 
kid!.... Wlllard- 

New Hi<rn«. 

nf( Ilalirkx. 

wara..Cl(i*«>land. 
Kay ... I'ortUinl. 

n PhlladeliihU 

Itoo ... Montreii. 

>n» I'rovldoncn. 

n.M.D. YorkTlll*. 
Hon.... IMiUiiki. 
erffliii. IIouDton. 
maid... Hurllnxtcii. 

• DanTlllH. 

f Walla WiilU. 

ird Mlnonl P'rit. 

iiioii ... Wb)N>llnf(. 
itore ... Carlton Club. 
liOn., KtxK- 
lea .... I/indon, Kn^ 



Z. 80RIBI 1. 



IW. S.Smyth 
0. S. Illllman 
John Slddou* 
Wm. Medland 
0. 0. Reed 
W. F. McOlTern 
I P. 0. Jonea 
I R.Oliver 
>0. B. Johnaton 
V.a.S.UeynoMs 
[Jamea Wllion 
Levi Yale 
I Uavid Curtis 
, M. Oowaley 

1 1. Baker 



.... James Liodaav 
.... 8. S. Kdnall 

ilL. A. ConKdon 
... H. W. Ball 
.... Donald Kobs 
II. J. M. Hood 
n . K. K. Holt 
....;J. H. Addison 
. . I Cliaa. Cameron 
. . W- B. Wallace 



W. QibBon 
W. A. Woolwn 
. Ja8. Ay la worth 



I.. 



Jamea Birch 
J. G. Orr 
W. Cay 
D. Hope 
Jamea W. Ford 
W.E.ldgardi,.\ct. 
J. O. Rousseau 
Kwing Cameron 
Charlea Lugsdin 

C.U.FltzsimmoDi 
W. A. Kwln? 
Ralph Hill 
J. K. Hopkini^s 
J. S. Qreenhill 
M. W. RridKman 
Jamps Hewlett 
W. F. Murray 

J. Chapman 
Wm. Forbes 
Alex.-Milier 
George Green 



>0. 


OBirrn. 


WIMI ■«.». 


Hioiira or MiaTiiM, 


fnn PKiooirtt i. 


Main ■. 


'T3 

;4 


KrU 

Beaver 


RldK*tnwii...8T.O 

Strathroy L 

Milton H 

NlaffaraFalliS.N 

Toronto T 

Park Hill L 

Toronto T 


Wedneaday on or before full mojB 

Hei'ond Tueaday of every month 






TA 


at Olalr 


Heoond Wedneaday of ev. alternate month 


J. K. Ilarrlson 


W. II. MrNab 


n 


lilount Nabo... 
Doeldant 


Friday on or Iwfore f. m. of every month Jamea McGarry. . . 
Second Monday of every month J. ilatheringtun ... 


GeorgH Hyatt 
R. llKllvIe 


TA 


Minnewawa ... 
Orient 




19 


Fourth Thursday of every month I. K l.ealie 

Second Monday in each month Thoa. McGregor.... 

Friday on or afT(*r f. moon of ev. month. H- H. riulton' 


F. H Anderton 


DO 


Ark 


Wlndior....8T.O 
AvlmAr L 


W. II. Minar 


11 


Aylmer 


C. C. Miller 


H't 


Slinnlah 


P.A l.andinx IIn 
OranKevtlle...WN 
WlnKoam ....IIn 

KxeUir IIn 

Meaford T 

Dundaa H 


Friday on or Iwfure fUll moon 

Tuesday after full moon of everv month. 
First Weiiueaday of every month 


R. K. Mitchell 

John C. Fox 


W 0, Smith 


v\ 


lonio 


John .Mel.aren 


Si 


I^bannn 

Kxater 




Sf< 




M. Karrett 

D. Role 

F. Bennett 


C. flenlnr 


w 


Maopberaon ... 
Wentworth ... 

Macnabb 

Golden 

AnUqntty 

i«pry 




H. McDonald 


If! 




F. A. Latshaw 


<S 


Dreaden ... 8t. V, 
lUt Portage ...M 
Parkdale T 


.><econd Wednesday afl f. m. of ev. month 

Third Tueaday of every month 

fliHHinil TiiMdav of ever* month 




90 

ill 


David T. Fnrguion. 

T W. Todd 

T. 8. Patteraun. . . . 


J. K. Hr;don 
M. Maclsod 


n 


AlliatoD T Friday on or iMfore f m. of every month 

Melbonroe. Aus. Int M. In Jan. Mar. May, July, Sep k Nov 
lilndaay 0' Second Friday of every month 


T. W. Howard 


;i4 


Metropolitan . 
Midland 


Thoa. Main 

J. W Wallace 


V. Ilr:imwell 



NoT>.— The capital letters on the right of ■' where held" column Indicate the aeverai Districts, viz :— 8t C, St. 
I Clair; L., London; W., Wilson; Wn., Wellington; H., Hamilton: Hn., Huron; N.. Niagara; T., Toronto; 0., 
I Ontario; P. K., Prince Kdward; C, Central ; N. B., New Brunswick: M., Manitoba. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

Addretn af the Offlrers o/ the Grand Lodge of Ontario for the year ending Atigunt, 188S. 



.'. a. Rt'i.l, Brookvlllo, anind Miist.T. 

K. It. Hobln.son, Loiiilon, Deputy Unmil Master. 

K W. Bell. I'ct.'rboni', Griiml Wiinleii. 

.1. IX King, Toronto, Oniiui Secrt'tury. 

Will. Uiiilenft(5li, Toronto, (iniinl Triiasuror. 

I'l T. Cuiiipbfll, Lmiclou, Ornml He prt'HPntative. 



Will. MacDi.irinid, Luciin, Gniinl RciircHi'iitativo. 

Hov. T. W. Jolliffo, Toronto, Grand Marshal. 

liiclmnl Brockbank, I'liris, Grand Conductor. 

A. Jorilan, Prescott, Oraiid Giianlian. 

O. T. Ilii'kle, (.'(ibourg, Graiid Ilenilii. 

H«v. .1. II. iSimp.soii, Hrucellclil, Grand Chaplain. 



SUBORDINATE LOIniES. 



Brurk 


1) 


CiitaraquI 


10 


L'liioii 


ll> 


Ph.euix 


*\ 


Rose 


n 


Clwtham 


29 


Eureka 


3(1 


Elsiii 


;(" 


Erie 


Xi 


fr.jn. 


M 


Suiiaritan 


■.',r> 


St. .Maty'.s 


3(1 


Forest Citv 


us 


[loiiil Eau 


40 


.\von 


41 


Exrelsior 


44 


Fruntier 


4.') 


Mt. Zion 


40 


Unity 


4" 


Diiiiuuiun 


4S 


Cinaila 


40 


'titer 


Ml 


Bi.sseU 


51 


C'lveiiant 


52 


Xiai;ara Falls 


53 


'>llii)g\voo(l 


54 


Fiilelitv 


55 


i^ueen City of Ont. 


50 


Maple Leaf 


57 


Hiiward 


5S 


Kin^'ston 


50 


Wanisville 


1)0 


L'firinthian 


01 


Huron 


(i^ 


Barric 


63 


^ii'toria 


(>4 


Friend.sliip 


05 


Florence N'ight'g'le 


00 


Ewter 


1)7 


N'')rth,Star 


08 


Hope 


on 


bhan 


7(1 


The Toronto 


71 


Kis;ern .Star 


72 



Uroekvillc. .. 

Kingston .... 

St. Catliariiies 
O.shawa 

AiiiliorntI)urg 

Chatham .... 

IjOikIou 

St. Thomas . . 

Pt. n(irw(41 .. 

Hrautfonl .... 

IngersoU .... 

St. .Mary's .... 

London 

HUiiiheiiii .... 

Stratford .... 

IL'tmilton .... 

Wimlsor 

Newbury .... 

II.'iMiilton .... 
' London 

Toronto 

Tilsonbmg .. 

Mitchell 

Toronto 

, Clifton 

Collingwood .. 

Seafortli 

i Toronto 

lOrangeville .. 
'strathroy .. .. 

Kingston .... 

Waiilsrille .. 

Osliawa 

Goileiiuli .... 

IJarrie 

Hamilton ... 

Petrolia 

Uowmaiiville 

E.voter 

Staynor 

Ilarrietsvillo.. 

Lucan 

Toronto 

Whitby 



NIGHT 
OK MKKTINO. 

Tuesday 

Tuesday 

Monilay 

Monday 

Wi'dne.nday 

Tuesday 

Tul^sday 

Thursday 

riiiirsilay 

Monday 

Wednesday 

Tuesday 

Monday 

Friday" 

Wi^dui'sday 

Thursday 

Wednesday 

Tliursday 

Wednesday 

Wodne.sday 

Friday 

Monday 

F'riday 

Tuesday 

Tuesday 

Thursday 

Wednesday 

•Monday 

Thur.sday 

Wednestiay 

Friday 

AIt(!r. Monday 

Thursday 

Tliursday 

Mondriy 

Tuesday 

Friday 

Wednesday 

Tuesday 

Friday 

Saturday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Tuesday 



LODGE. 



' Fergus 

Hothwell .. .. 
' Warriner .. ., 

St. Thomas .. 

Oxford 

Durham 

I Nipissing .. .. 

Amity 

Uelleyille .... 

Heaver 

Clinton 

' Walkorton 

I Constellation 
; Napaneo . . . . 

' Empire 

, Oliye Branch 

Iteliance .. ., 

I Ivy 

Grand Uiver.. 

I Milton 

; Western City 

Aylmer 

' Port Stanley.. 

Nith 

Grand Union 

Minto 

Lin<lsay 

Golden Star . . 

Dosoronto.. .. 

Cataract . . . . 

Cres-ient .... 

Manilla 

j St. Clair 

Waterloo .... 
i Royal Oak . . . , 

I Orion 

i Laurel 

j Peterboro' . . . . 
I Lucknow . , . . 
I Trenton 

Gananoque . . 

Harmony . . . . 

Naomi 

Valley City .. 



NO. 

7.S 
74 

75 

70 

77 

78 

70 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

80 

87 

88 

89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

90 

97 

9.S 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

100 

107 

lOS 

109 

110 

111; 

112: 

113 1 

114 

115 

no! 

1171 



LOCATION. 



NinilT 
OF MKKTINO. 



Fergus 

Hothwell 

Port Perry . . . . 
St. Thomas .. .. 

Ingersoll 

Port Hope 

Uxbridge 

Pr(!S('ott 

Hellevillo 

Hutliven 

Clinton 

Walkerton 

nurgessyille . . . . 

Napanee 

St. Catharines . . 
Woodstock .. .. 

Oueli)li 

Park Hill 

Paris 

Milton 

Chatham 

Aylmer 

Port Stanley.. ., 
Sew Hamburg . 

Berlin 

Harriston 

Lindsay 

Hramjiton 

Mill Point 

Drummondyille. 

Hamilton 

Manilla 

Point Edward .. 

Gait 

Forest 

Georgetown 

Toronto 

Peterboro' 

Lucknow 

Trenton 

Gananoque .... 

Brantford 

Markham ....... 

Dundas 



Tuosday 

Tuesday 

Monday 

Wednesday 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Thursday 

Thursday 

Thill sday 

Tuesday 

Tuiisday 

Friday 

Tuesday 

Tuesday 

Thursday 

Monday 

Monday 

Thursday 

Tliursday 

Tuesday 

Monday 

Tiiesiiay 

Monday 

Thursday 

Friday 

Friday 

Monday 

Thursday 

Wednesday 

Tliursday 

Friday 

Monday 

Thursday 

Monday 

Monday 

Monday 

Monday 

Thursday 

1st Fri. in mo. 

Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Monday 
Wednesday 



[121] 



i' 



122 



ODD FELLOWS. 



[18^8. 






•■'''"Sl'm 



El 



i i 



^ 



I • 



LODGE. 



I.OI'ATON. 



MiiitlMd lilt 

Sydfiiliam V.ilU'y . I'-'O, 

Siixou |i-jr 

Strectsvilli! \U2 

I'iiliiiorHtoii !l'J3 



Drt'silfii V2i] 

.Stella l-2r,, 

Siiruia 12ii 

Mizpali il27 

"" ■ llL'8 

i:u 
i;i2 
133 
134 j 
135i 
130 1 
137 
138 ' 



Mystii; . 
Liviiih'stoik! . . 

MariDU 

Oakvillc 

Uleni'oo 

Orloiit 

Poaceful Udvo 

Coboui'g 

.St. Lawrc'iiiu; . 

AlUMstlT 

Gamut 130| 

Lo.aininjjtiin 140 

Coiii'Di'il 14'2! 

Bavof Qiiinto .... 143; 

Ui(U'et.)\vii 1441 

Vivian 140' 

MoiU'l 147! 

.\urora 148 

Westi'iii Star 149 

Bortio 150 

yvcaiiiiirti 151 

Hayilen il52 

Wihley 153 

.\ll)lia 154 

Brdiij^liain 155 

Pyraiiiid 150 

Ttiaiiicsvilln 157 

Piwrcss 158 

Oak Leaf 159 

Listowel 100 1 

Simcoe 1 101 j 

Orionia 163 

Romeo 104 

Beetlioven 105 

Hillsburgli 107 

Sutton lOS 

Grey li^.i 

Denovo 170 

.\nistoii 171 

Peneta^ipjore 172 

173 
174 
175 
170 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
l.>:0 



Bmcsalil 

Dolman 

Lornu 

Daiincey 

Montana 

Wellington S.iuare 

Madoc 

Owen Sound 

.\rk 

Tei.'iaiseth 

Teoswater 

Oerinania 

Live Oak 

DudVrin 



Cyiires.s [187 

Cambridge ;1S8 

Parry Sound 189 

Choraziii '190 

.larvis 191 

llowii'k 'l92 



Wingliani 

Wallaccbnrg.... 

Ailsa Craig 

Streetsville 

Palmerston 

Dresden 

C.irleton Place.. 

.Sarnia 

Hellevillc 

Kilbride 

Tliorold ... .. .. 

Rtiifrc^w 

O.ikville 

Oleneoe 

Wellan.l 

Cannington 

Cobourg 

Brockville 

.Anca.ster 

Mount Forest .. 
Leamingtori .. ., 

Kingsville 

Picton 

Hiilgetown 

Arniirior 

Wyoming 

Aurora 

Brussel.s 

Ri<lge\vay 

Arkona 

Norwieli 

Granton 

Almonte 

Brougham 

Newmarket .. .. 
Thamesville . . . . 

Gue'i].:! 

Hamilton 

Li.stowel 

Sim(M)e. 

Cornwall 

Stratford 

Brooklin 

Hillsburg 

Sutton 

Durham 

Port Klgin 

AUi.ston 

Kincardine 

Dunville 

Ayr 

Wrst I.orne . . . . 

Thedford 

Wroxeter 

Burlington 

Madoi! 

Owen Sound.. .. 

Spring ield 

Otterville 

Teeswater 

Waterloo 

Strabane 

Klesherton 

Bradford 

Preston 

Parry Sound. . .. 
London East ■ .. 

Jarvis 

Gorrie 



NICIIT 
OF .MKi'TIXO. 



Thu>.-,day 

Friday 

Wednesday 

Friday 

Tluir.sday 

Monday 

Tue.sday 

Tuesday 

Monilay 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Friday 

Mon<lay 

Wednesd.iy 

Ti.asday 

'Thursday 

}• riday 

Monday 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Thursday 

Friday 

Weilnesday 

Wednesday 

Tuesday 

Alter. Mond;iy 

Tuesday 

Thursday 

Monday 

Tucsclay 

Friday 

Wednesday 

Monday 

Thursday 

Tuesilay 

Thursday 

Thursday 

Tuesday" 

Tuesday 

Friday 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Fridiiy 

Friday 

Monday 

Momlay 

Thursday 

Friday 

Tivs(fay 

""Tuesday 

Wed.iesdav 

Thursday ' 

Wednesday 

Wednesday 

Monday 

Alter. Mon( 

Thursday 

Thursday 

Monday 

Friday 

Thursday 

Alter. Wed 

Tuevlay 

Mondi.y 

Wednesday 

Monday 

.Monday 

>londay 

Tuesday 



ly 



LODOfc. 



Vletor !l93 

Albert 194 

Cicerone 195 

Florence 190 

Minerva 197 

Britannia 198 

Scotia 199 

Westru 200 

Beacon 201 

Silver Star 202 

Pembroke 203 

Acton 204 

Ahiram 205 

Silver City 200 

Egremont 207 

Alvinston 208 

Millbank 209 

Brucedeld 210 

Lily 211 

Argyle 212 

Zephyr 213 

Clifford 214 

P'reest( ne 215 

p;iniira 216 

Mount Brydges ... 217 

Enterprise 218 

(leorgiau Bay !219 

Woodslee 220 



LOCATION. 



Chesley 

Mount Elgin . 

Hensall 

Ottawa 

Norfolk 

Merlin 

Sauble 



221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
220 
227 

International '228 

EmbroStar J229 

Prince of Wales . . 1 230 

Elora 1231 

Equity |232 

Hariovcr j 233 

Ilderton ! 234 

Waterford j235 

Acorn 1230 

Farmersville ! 237 

Temple '238 

Stirling 1239 

Carleton I240 

Rideau 1241 

Wilton |242 

Tliornbury i243 

Port Arthur ;244 

Mai lory town 245 

Orillia 1246 

Oonlon 247 

Campbellfoid 248 

249 
250 
251 
252 



Beaverton 
Ridgely . . , 
Bracebridgi 
Fh ral .... 

Caledonia i253 

Alba j 254 

Tottenham j255 

Grand Valley 2.50 

Credit 1 257 

Thamesford 2.'')8 



I.ynden. . 
Meaford 



259 
200 



St. Mary's 

Toronto 

Woodville 

Florence ..'...,, 

Hamilton 

Holliu 

Port Ridiinson.. 

Weslon 

Port Colborne . . 

Milverton 

Pemiirokc 

Acton 

Paisley 

Tiverton 

A<lelaide 

Alvinston 

Millbank 

Brucelield 

N. Dorchester . . 

Nai)anee 

Zephvr 

Clifford 

Beamsville 

Elinira 

Mt. Brydges.... 
Essex Centre . . . 
Waubaushene .. 
South Woodslee. 

Chesley 

Mount Elgin. . . , 

Hensall 

Ottawa 

Port Dover . . . . 

Merlin 

Tara 

Fort Erie 

Embro 

Brockton 

Elora 

Hagarsville 

Hanover 

Ilderton 

Waterford 

Camlachic 

Farmersville.. .. 
Penet.anguishenc 

Stirling 

Ottawa 

Smith's Falls . . . 

Toronto 

Thornbury 

Port Arthur .... 
Mallorytown.. .. 

Orillia 

Palnierston 

Campbellfoid. .. 

Beaverton 

Oil Springs 

Brace bridge . . . 

Parkdalc 

Caledonia 

Pakenham 

Tottenham 

Grand Valley.. . 

Erin 

Thamesford 

1/Vnden 

.Mealoid 



IV 



Niunr 

OK MPKTIV 

i Friday 
I Friday 
I Tuesday 

Xlondav 
'Alter. Fri.l; 
'Alter. Friday 

Wednesday 

Saturday 

WcdneS'i ly 

Friday 
jTuesd.iy 
I Friday 
iTues.l.iy 

Friday 

.Saturd.iv 

Friday 
IWcduVsil.iy 
' Friday 
i Tuesday 
|Thur.sday 

Wedne.sil.iy 
iThursilay 
iTuesdaj 

Wcdui-.sd.iv 
I Alter. Tin. s 
i Thursday 
j Thursday 

Monday 

Fridi^ 

Tuesa,.y 

Wednesday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Saturday 
[Tuesday 
i Thursday 
I Tue.sda,^ 

Tuesday 

Thursday 

Wednesd.iy 
: Wednesd.iv 
jThursday' 
:Thursd:i» 
; Tuesday 
!Wednesd,i\ 
Tuesday 
; Wednesday 
,Tliui>.l,.y ■ 
i Monday 
jTuesdav 

Friday ' 

Wedntbd.iy 
I Wcdne.sday 
I Tuesday 
, Wednesifay 

Thursday 

Monday 

Monday 

Wednesday 

Tuesday 

Friday 
, Thursday 
j Wedne.-tiliv 
; Fri<lay 
I Tuesday 

Thursday 



REBEKAH DEGREE LODGES. 

■J. B. King, Grand Sec, Ollice, No. 42 King St. East, T(u-onto. 



Virtoria . . . . 
Oshawa . . . . 
May Queen . 

Naomi 

Our Sisters. 



i.oiA'riiiN. 

London. 
Oshawa. 
Loiidcm East. 
Windsor. 
Point Edward. 



Ruth . . . . 
Hethnel . 
Louise .. 
Piitou. , 
Beatrice . 



vo. 


LOCATION 


8 


Nai)am" 


9 


Barrie. 


10 


Kingston. 


11 


Pictoii. 


12 


Gutdidi. 



[1221 



1888.] 



CLERGY. 



123 



THE CLERGY OF CANADA, 

\llphabelically arranged, with their Poll Office Addreis, except in a few intlancei where the rtiurn hat been made with 
the name of the Congregation attached. This, however, it generally the tame at the addreit. 

The Church of England In Canada. 

BISnOPS OP DRITI8I1 NORTH AMERICA. 

The Mont Rev. Jonn Medley, D.D., 1845, Blahop of Frederic ton, SletropolitSD. 

Right Rer. Arthur Sweatman.D.D... 1879 Toronto. 

" A. W. PlUitoe. D.Z) 1879 N.WeBtmlnsfr 

" W.HWej, D.D 1879 Caledonia. 

" " K.Sulllv.in, />./> 1882 Algoma. 

" " M. S. Baldwin, D.D 188.3 Huron. 

" " R. Young, O.D 1884 Athabaska. 

lion, and Rt.Rev. A. Annon, D.D... 1884 Qn'Appelli;. 
Right Rev. CharUs Hamilton, AD.. 1885 .Vlagara. 



Right Rev. >}. mils, D.D 1859 Columbia. 



J.Travers Lewis, D.D. 

J. W. Williams. ZJ.D 

Robert Machray, D.D.... 

.lohn Ilorden, D.D 

Wm.O Bompas, D.D 

Llewelyn Jones. D.D.... 



1862 Ontario. 
180.3 Quebec. 
1865 Rupert's Land 
1872 .Moosonee. 
1874 Ma( kenzle R'r 
1878 Newfoundl'd. 



" Wm.U. Bond,ii.D 1879 Montreal. 

Right Kev. W. 0. Binkham, D.D., 1887, gatkatchewan. 
Right Rev. H. T. Kingdon, O.A, Coadjutor 1881, Frederieton. 



Hon. 
Canons. 



Rev. Canon Mills, B.D. 



DI0CK8E OP MONTRKAL. 

Right Rev. W. B. Bond, IJj.D , 
Lord Bishop (IS'9). 
I Very Rev. J. Carmlchael,D.O./i.,Z)e'in. 
Ven. R. Lonsdell, M.A., Archd. 
Ven. D. Lindsay, M.A., Archd. 
Ven. Lewln Gvaus, M.A , Archd. 
Her. W. Anderson, 
llev. E. DuVernot, M.A. 
Hev. J. Ellegood, M.A. 
Rev. W. Henderson, D.D. 
Rev. U. W. No'man, D.C.L. 
Rev. .r. B. Davidson, M.A. 
RiV. F. Hobinson, M.A. 
Itev. .1. Empson, M.A. 
Rev. S. Belcher, 
Rev. W. L. Mills, B. D. 
Rev. T. W. Mussen, M.A. 

( Bithop^l 
J. Mxam'ng 

( Chaplain. 
Ven. Archd. Evans, M.A., Dom.Chap. 
Rev. Canon Bmpson, M.A., Sec. Synod 

Ibbott, 0. P Boacobel 

.\cton, R Montreal 

Allan, J St. Vincent de Paul 

.\llen, A. A., M.A Portage du Fort 

Allen. F. A.. 3.A Philtpsburg 

.Vmlerson. \V.,(Reclor) Sorel 

Bcldwln, P Papineauvllle 

Bancroft, C, jr., M.A Kuowlton 

B.ijli8, J. Q., B.D. (Rector) Longueull 
Belcher, 8. (fi«ctor). Point St. Charles 
Borthwlck,J.D.(«.itfary's)lIochelaga 

Bourne. N. A. P •• Thome 

Boyd, Chas., B.A.... Noith Wakefield 

Brown, W. R Manponville 

Carmichae1,J.,D.O i.f .Sr/.Ow )Montreul 
Garmichael, J., jun .Berthieren haul 

Chambers, W. P., M.A Bolton 

Clayton, V. 11 New (Uasgow 

Constantino, I., M.A. Stanbridge East 

Cnuningliam. T. K.,M.A Aylnior 

Dart, W. J., M.A St. Lambert 

O.^vidson. .J.R.,M.A.(nec.) Frelighsb'g 

Davles, W Rawdon 

Dixon, J. II (St. June t) Montreal 

DuVernet, B.. .M.A Toronto 

y.\\ei(0(»l..).,M.A.{St. James). Montreal 

Bmpson. J., M.A Montreal 

Rviius, II. .1, .»/.^l MontreHl 

Kvims, L., .V./t. (l>n..4r.). ..Montreal 
Sverett, T... Cote St. Antoine, Mont'l 

Forsev, <1 CowansvlUe 

French, A.. «..! Montreal 

Fulton,.!., M.A Maritana 

Hrlanl. ,;. W SouthStukeley 

Qarrett, John C. (Hector) Lacnl'io 

flken, .K. II Quyon 

Oomery. H I'untingilnii 

Oreer, A. J.. R.A Orenville 

lliickenley, II Iluckitigham 

Harris, W .Vrundel 

Henderson, W., O.O Montreal 

Johnson, George ChelKea 

Kxr, John (Rector) Dnnh,<im 

King, K. A. W Montreal 



Laiiviore, D., B A Montreal 

liariviere, V.,U.A St. Ilyacinthe 

Lewis, B. P., B.A Christiovllle 

Lindsay, D., M.A. (Ven. Ar.) Waterloo 
Lindsay, R.,iV.vt.(5«.7Viom(r«^Montreal 

Lindsay, J Como 

fiOckhart. A. D Ormstown 

Lockhart, R. 0. E Terrebonne 

Longhurst, W. B Qranby 

Lonsdell, R. M.A., (V. ..tr.) ...Kingsey 

.Macfarl&ne, II. h., B.A Lachine 

SIcManus, E Portage du Fort 

Meek, H Glen Sutton 

Mills, W. h.,B.O.(R. ZVtn). Montreal 
.Montgomery, il. (R'red) Phllipsburg 

Moore, 8 Montreal 

Mussen, T. W., M.A. (Red.). Farnham 
Naylor, W. II., B.>l.(i?./).). Clarendon 

Xewnham, J. A., M.A Montreal 

Norman, R. W., D.C.L Montreal 

Norton, J. 0., M.A Montreal 

Nye, II. W., M.A. (Rector) Bedford 

Pearse, L. B Aylwin 

Plalsted, II., M.A River Desert 

P"ke, J Hudson 

Renaud, J. P. (Rector) St. John's, Que 

Robinson, P., M.A Abbotsford 

Robinson, W West Shefford 

Rogers, Q., B.A. (i?eo.,5l(.Z.). Montreal 

Rollit, John Montreal 

Roy, J Sabievols 

ganders, W I.iachute 

Saphir, E. J North Shefford 

Scully, John J Knowlton 

Senior, J Alley .ne 

SmIth,J.,(«('ctor) Sutton 

Smlth.F. R. (Rector) Hull 

Sutton, K.Q Edwardstown 

Trotman, Chas CUrenceville 

Troop. Q. , M.A Montreal 

Tueker.L. ^.,B.A Montreal 

Weaver, W Hemmingforil 

Windsor, W Sorel 

WInterbourne, N. K Laehinn 

Wood.K., M.A. (Sf.Ji.hn'sCh.) Montreal 

Wright, W., M.D Montreal 

Yotiug. T. A., M.A CoteHudu Lac 

Yates, N. P., B.A Franklin 

DIOCESE OF QUEBEC. 

night Rov. J. W. Williams. D.D.. 

Lord Bixhop (I86'.i). 

Rev. Prof. Roo, 0./>. ) liis'iop's 

Rov. I'rin. Ktlnnn.n.O.L f Chaplains. 

Ailnatt.F.. D D (B.Col.) . . Lennoxvill. 

HMnnr, A. (Retired) Montreal 

Balfour, A. J., M.A Melbourne 

Ball. T. L., M.A Wlndfor 

Ball. .losiah Labrador 

Bernard, S., B.A Portneuf 

ni.iyiook, Thomas,fl.^i...New Carlisle 

Boyle, F. .M.A East Franipton 

Barrage. H., M.A. ( Retired)... Uallev 
Cole. R. II. ( Asit. PH. St. .»/.)... Quebec 

Colston. R,(if..t.) Ascot 

Chapman. T.,.V.yl Dudswell 

Debbage,J. B., i5.D....Wo8t Frampton 

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Eames, Jos., B A Barnstin Corner 

Foster, John, M.A Contlcoke 

FotherglU,M.(.<ft./'.,5.C..5. rf-5.)Quebeo 
Foihergill R. J. (Cur. St. P.)... Quebec 

Faulcoier, J S Sylvester 

ILarding. G. T.. .1/.^ Sandy Beach 

Hepburn, J., M.A Magog 

Ilewton. H., B.A New Ireland 

Jenkins, J. H., M.A Three Rivers 

Judge Arthur, M.A Cookshire 

Kemp, John, B.D Leeds 

Kor, M., B.D. (Retired) Niagara 

Lobley, A. J , D.C.L (Catli.)... (^uebe.- 

Lloyd, P. E J Shigawake 

Lystor,W., B.A.(Rur. Dean) Cape Cove 

Parker, O. II Coniptf>n 

Parkin. K. C Three Rifers 

Petry, II.J., MA Quebec 

Read, P. 0., M.A.(Bps. 0>ll.) Lennoxv. 
Reld.C. P., D. C.L.(R.D.,Rt.)»heT\)roo\ie 

Richardson, T. (St. I'aul'i) Quebec 

liii.nmond, J. P Garpe Basin 

Robertson. A. II Island Bro' k 

Roe, H., D.D.(Bpt. CoK.).LennoxTille 

Roe, P Inverness 

Riopel, S., M.D Valcartier 

hearth, A. C, M.A Lennoxviile 

Scott, 0. F, B.A Drummondville 

Stuart, II. , M.A Rourg Louis 

Smith, P. A New Liverpool 

Sykes, J. 8 Kirgsey 

Stevens. A , M.A Hatley 

T-mbs-R C.,M.A.RlTl6ieduLoup«7! ha» 

Thompson, I Danville 

Thorneloe, Q., M.A Sherbrooke 

Thompson, Geo., B.A Levis 

Vial, W. 8 .Montmorency 

Vonlffland, A.A., M.A. (St.M.) Quebec 

Walters, '1. K Pt. St. PeVr 

Washer. C. B DIxville, Barford 

Williams. L. W., M.A (Rec.)... Qutleo 
Wurtele. L. C. MA Acton 

DIOCESE OF TORONTO. 

Rt. Rev. A. Sweatman. D D , D.C.L.. 
Lord Bishop (\H'9). 

Ven. 9. ,1. r.nddy. .V.A., Archd. Vori-. 
Xim.J.W\]m-n,M A.,Archd.m,rboro' 
Rev. ll.acadding, D.Z). 1 n.-.i.^. .. 
Rev. A.J. Hroughall. ;W. A J- ^f ' „ ■ ^' * 
RBV.W.Stennett,.V.J. j C'iap/.ii;.* 
Rov. A..I.Hrouuhall,iW.J., Kram.Ch'ip 



Rev. Henry Brent. MA. 
Rev. II gcadding. D D. 
Rev. Walter .^tennett. M.A. 
Rev. V. A O'Meara, LL. D. 
Rev. J V Tlumoulin, M.A. 
Rev. H. Bath Oder, 
Rev. P. Treniayne, MA. 
Rev. H. B. Osier. 
Rev. John Fletcher, M.A. 
Rev. A. Stewi-rt, '.'.,4. 
Rev. L II. Kirk.iv. 
Rev. ThoH. Ball. 
Rev. T.W. Allen, ;»f.^. 
Rev. W.T. Smithett, /> D. 



• Cuwr'in 



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Rurul 
Deant. 



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A 



If 



IU»v. W. F. Swallow, \ Rural 

Rer J. W. R. Beck, M.A., J Dram. 

Allen, W.C, JT.^ Mlllbrook 

Allen, T. yV.,B.A.Rteior... Mlllbr(«k 

Aston, W. Q Bowmanvilie 

Baker, J. S Port (lope 

Baldwin, Arthur U..,M.A Toronto 

Baldwin, II. Q., B.A Toronto 

Ball, Thog. ( Rural Dean) Bond Head 

Ballard, J. M., B.A Toronto 

Bates, W. W., B.A Thornhlll 

Beck. J. W. R., M.A Peterboro' 

Bell, C. R. (Mat. 5oc.)...Roach'i Point 
Bethune, C.J.S.,M.A.,D.C.L., Pt. Hope 

Bllkey, B A Toronto 

Boddy. 8. J., Jf.^ . (.<lrcA. rorfe).Toronto 
Body,CW.E.,ir.^,D.ai(r.C')Toionto 

Boys, Alg. (Prof. T. C.) Toronto 

Rradshaw, W. Peterboro' 

Brent, Henry, Jf.^.(iB«ctor)Newca8tlc 

Brent, C. U Port Hope 

Broughall, A.J., M.A. (■S<.S(«.) Toronto 

Broujfhall, G. H., B.A Port Hope 

Bryan, Bernard Bradford 

Burgas, H. F Bethany 

Burt, F Scarborough 

Carry, J., D.D Port Perry 

Ox-nall, R. C M.A Toronto 

Cayley, J. D., M.A Toronto 

Ghafee, A. B.. B.A Alliston 

Clark, W.,Jf.^.( Prnf. Trin. Ooi).Toronto 

Clarke, W. n.,^.A Toronto 

Clementi, Vincent, B.A Paterboro' 

Cooper, H. \).,B.A Batteau 

Cooper. J. E Hastings 

Cooper, W. B., M.A.,S.T.B. Port Hope 

Creighton. J„ B.D Cartwright 

Croft, 0. T. B Stayiier 

Daniel, A. W Crown Hill 

Daniel, KAvla, B.A Rosemont 

Dailing, Charles, B A Toronto 

Davidriuu, J., M.A Uxbridge 

Davidson, J. C, B.A Colborne 

Davies, U.Vf.,D.D Toronto 

Dean, J. D Minden 

DesBarres, TO., M.A Toronto 

DuMoulin, J. P., Jf.^.(aino«).Toronto 

DuVernet, F. H Toronto 

BUerby, T. S Toronto 

Farncomb, John, B.A Lakefield 

Farncomb, Wm., B.A Bobcaygeon 

Farncomb, F. E., BA IIalibu>-cou 

Fidler, A. J.,B.A Whitby 

Fletcher, Alfred. BA. (On leave.) 

Fletcher, John, M.A Union viUe 

Fletcher, Joseph, B.A StreetsTjUe 

Ford, Ogden P., B.A Toronto 

French, W. H Coldwattr 

French, II. W. A Cookftown 

Gibson, John, B.A Norwood i 

Grant, W., M.A., B.D. (On leave.) 
Greene, R. W. E.. L.T. (On leave.) 

Groves, F.J. S. (/feared) Toronto 

Hanna, J. A Midland 

Harding, Philip Appiey 

H&rper, Edward J Grafton 

Harris, Jag. H Brooklin 

Harris, R. H., B.A Brighton 

Harrison, Richard, M.A Toronto 

Hart, Anthony Markbam 

Hindeg, R. W., B.A Credit 

Hobson, H. P Toronto 

Uodgkin, T. J., M.D Toronto 

Howard, J. Scott. B.A Toronto 

lugles, Charles, L.B.A Parkdale 

Johngon, C.C Brampton 

Jonea, John Price's Corners 

Jane9,W., M.A. (Prof. T.C.)... Toronto 

Jones, Septimus, 3/. yl Toronto 

Jupp, Wm Midland 

Kingston, G., MA... Ponetanguishene 
Kirkby, h. H. (/?MraJX>.)Collingwood 

Kemp, C. C, B.A Toronto 

Kenrick, C. B., MA Toronto 

Lampman. A., B.A Toronto 

L.angtry, John, M.A Toronto 

[v<<dlngham, G Gore's Landing 



Lowli, J. P Toronto 

Lloyd, 0. E Penetang 

Logan, Wm., J/.il Fenelon Falls 

McCleary, J. W. (On leave.) 
McCollam, J. H., Jir.^...Seaton Village 

Macklem, T. K. S., B.A Toronto 

.Macnab, Alex., D.D Bowmanvllle 

Marsh, O.U Lindsay 

Middleton, I.. B.A Oshawa 

Miles, A. 0., B.A KImvale 

Moore, R. J., M.A Toronto 

Morley, George B TuUamore 

.Vlurphy, ¥i.W.,B.A Palnswick 

Mussen, E. H., B.A Aurora 

Nattress, George, L.T. Toronto 

Nesbitt, G., M.A Georgina 

Niohol, n.T., B.A Port Hope 

Owen, IJ. B., F.R.S.L Creemore 

Oliver, E A., B.A Bolton 

Osier, H. Bath (Canon) York Mills 

O'Meara, F. A., LL.D. (Rec.) Port Hope 

Paterson, T. W., M.A Deer Park 

Pearson, J. (Holy Trin.) Toronto 

Reiner, W Barrie 

Rcsnoy, B.o'^* A.. ... Peri-ytown 

Roper, J. C, M.A., Trin. C... Toronto 

Roy, James, LL.D Cobourg 

Rttttttn.O Norway 

Sanson, Alex Toronto 

Scadd.ng, Henry, D.D Toronto 

Scadding, C. (On leave.) 

Sheraton, James P., D.D Toronto 

Shortt, C. Harper, B.A. . . Woodbrldge 

Sibbald, E. W Lloydtown 

Sills, C. E., B.A Ivy 

Smithett, W. T., D.D Omemee 

boftley, Henry Toronto 

Soward, Edward Kinmount 

Spragge, Albert W., B..4 . .Newmarket 

Squire, F. W Toronto 

Stennett, Walter, tf..(4.('?ec.)Cobourg 

Stewart, A., M.A Orillla 

Swallow, W. P Caledon, East 

Sw^eneT, J. F.. B.A Toronto 

Symo::d8, H. Trin. Col Toronto 

Taylor, George I., M.A Toronto 

Thompson, J. A. (On leave.). 

Thomson, C. E., M.A Carlton 

Tocque, P. { Retired) Toronto 

Tremayne, P., M.A, (Canon). ..'ULSmico 

Vicars, John, A.B Canningto i 

Walker, T., B.A Campbellfo: J 

Wait, A. C Mono Mi'.i8 

White, Jog. Frag., B.A... Shan*y i^ay 

Westney, W. S., B.A Pic:;ering 

Williams, A., M.A Toronto 

Wilson, J., M.A. (Arch Pft.)... Grafton 

Wrong, Geo. M., M.A Toronto 

Webster, F yi., M A Toronto 

DIOCESE OF ONTARIO. 
Rt. Rev. J.Travers Lewis. D./)., iL./).i 

iord Bishop (1862). 
Very Rev. James Lyster, LL.D . Dean. 
Ven. J. 8. Lauder, D.O.L,, Archdeacon 

of Otta'ua. 
Ven. T. Iiedfora-Jones, LL.D., Arch- 

deacon ol Kingston. 
Rev. W. Bleasdell,Z).C.i. "1 
Rev. J. A. Mulock, 
Rev. G. W. White, B.A 
Rev. C. B. Pettit, M.A. 
Rev. F. R. Tane, 
Kev.Can.Bleasdell.O.Ci 
Ven. Archd. Jones./S^.D • 
Rev. E. P. Crawford, Jf.^ 

Rural Deans. 

Rev. W. B. Carey. M.A., Frontenac. 
Rev. R. Lewis, M.A., Orenvllle and 

Dundas. 
Rev. T. Stanton, B.A., Hastings aud 

Prince Edward. 
Rev. G. W. G. urout, M.A., Leeds. 
Rev. R. S. Forneri, B.D., Lennox and 

Addington. 
Rev. J. J. Bogert, M.A., Carleton. 

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Chaplains. 



Rev. A. C. Nesbitt, Lanark k Renfrew 
ReT. Canon Pettit, M.A., Stormont. 
Priests. 

Anderson, O. A., M.A IVjieronto 

Armstrong, F. W. (Curate) . .Tisnton 

Auston, U., M.A Qananoque 

Baker, E. H. M ...Bath 

Bailey, T., B.A Arnprior 

Baylee, 0. O'Dell Riceville 

Beaven, E. W., M.A.(Sup.)....Otttiyit 
Bedford-Joneg,T.,L£.Z)(i<../4.)NapaDee 
Bleagdell.W.,D.C.i. (if. Can.) Trent/in 

Bliss, 0. V. Forgter Muttawa 

Bogert, D.F.,M.A Bellevillt 

Bogert, J. J., M.A (R. Dean).. OtUws 

Bousfleld. T. (On leave) Kingiton 

Brown, Algernon T., B.A Ngv»n 

Burke, J. W., B.A. (Rector) . Belleville 

Burton. Wm. W Queensbnrough 

Carey, W. B., M A.(R. D)... Kingston 

Ohrigtie, I. J Wolflfiland 

Codd, F Lyndhurgt 

Coleman, A. U., M.A., North Augusta 

Cooke, A. W. (Curate) Klngsion 

Crawford, E. P., M.A "rockvills 

Daw, Samuel Belleville 

Daykin. W. Y., LL.B Pembroke 

Dobbg, P. W Portsmouth 

Elliott, A , B.A Camden Kaat 

Elliott, Joseph Cornwall 

Emery, 0. P. [Rector) KemptTille 

Farrer, H Balderson 

Fidler, A. J , MA Lomhardy 

Fleming, 'W.,M.A.(Rec.) Vankle*k ll'l 
Fornerl,RS.,fl.X>(«.,K./))Adolphnfit'n 

Forster, J. W Selbj 

Forsythe, J. W., M.A. (On leave.) 

Foster, S., M.A. (Sup.) Picton 

Fraser, J. F., B.A Crysler 

Garrett,T., B.A Ottawt 

Godden, T., B.A Stirllog 

Godfrey, J., B.A. (Sup.) Kingston 

Gorman, J. F Manotiik 

Greesou, J Me'caife 

Grout, (i.W.Q.,M.A. (Rec.) (R.D ).hyii 

Hague, Dyson, M.A Brockville 

Halllwell, John Ameiiagburg 

Hanington,E.A.W.,fl.^ N.Edinburgh 

Harding, R.(Sup.) Napanee 

Harris. C. M Marmora 

Harris, J. (Sup.) Kemptvllle 

Harvey, R. J. North Q"wer 

Houston, R. L. M., B.^...Merriekville 
Jarvl8,A, M. A. ( Rector )CiT\etOB Place 
Jemmett,G., M.A. (iiector). Hichmond 

J^nos, K. L., B.D Barriefield 

Jones, R. N., B.A Farmersville 

Lsuder, J. S., D.C.L. (Arch.)...OtUvi 

Lee. Laurence C, (On leave) 

Lewin, W., B.A Prescott 

Lewis, R., M.A. (Rec.) (/e.D )Maitland 

Loucks, E. (Rector) Picton 

Low, G. J Almonte 

Lyster.J.,iL.£»(iE.,D)Riithin,N.Wale8 

Siackay, A.W Ottawa 

MacMorine,J. K., M.A Ingston 

MacMorine, S., M.A Pakenham 

Mercer, W. D., B.A Franktown 

Metzler, G., B.A Cardinal 

Mills. R. l).,MA EganviUe 

Morris. J. \.,M.A Murraj 

Murkleston, W. J., Af.-4(C4ir.). Ottawa 

Miilock, J. A. (Canon) Montreal 

Nesbitt, A. C. («. Dean). Smith's Fall« 

Niramo. J. II.. M.D Kingston 

Osborne, J Frankville 

Owen-Jone», P. M.V Ottawa 

Partridge. John Thoma>burg 

Patton. H. B., B.A Bell's Cornen 

VettH.C.K..3f.A.(R.,C.,R.D.).CorDW»\\ 

I'hiillpR. A Ilawkesbury 

Pick, Edward Cmpah 

Pollard. H Ottawa 

Poole, M. Aulteville 

Poole, S. O Woodlandi 

Porter, T.G. (On feat)«.). .. .KlDgston 
Prime. Frederick Kingston 



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bltt, Lanark k Renfrew 
ttit, M.A., atormont. 
Priati. 

^•i X-A D<<«eroiito 

W. (Owrote) ..iimton 

■A Qananoq^e 

n B«th 

Arnprior 

)11 RlceTille 

M.A. (Sup.).. ..OiUmt 
T.,LL.D(H.A.)Ji»p&u«» 
».C.i.(ie. Can.) Trenton 

•Bter Muttawa 

lA Belleville 

^.A(R. Dean).. Oiu^g 

M leave) Kin««ton 

lonT., B.A Navan 

3.^. (iZector). Belleville 

V Qiieenebnrough 

l/^.(R. Z».)...Kin(j8ton 

Wolf Island 

Lyndhurst 

., M.A., North AuguBta 

Curate) Klngsion 

'.,M.A "rockville 

Belleville 

LL.B Pembroke 

Portmnouth 

I Camden Kui 

Oornwall 

Hector) KemptTille 

Balderaon 

(A Lombardy 

'.^.(i?«c.)Vankleek H'l 
/)(«.,fi.i))AdolphuBt'ii 

Selbj 

., M.A. (On leave.) 

.(Sup.) PiCtOD 

S.A Crysler 

4 Ottawa 

A Stirling 

A. (Sup.) Kingaton 

MaDoti(k 

Me'calfe 

il.A.(liec.)(R.D).hyji 

M.A Brockville 

n Ameliasburg 

L.W.,BM N.Edinburgh 

'up.) Napanee 

Marmora 

I.) Kemptville 

North Qnwer 

, M., B.v4...Merrickvill» 
(i?«c<or) Carleton Place 
I A. (Rector). Richmond 

\.D Barriefleld 

3. A Farmersville 

D.C.L. (v<J-c/i.)...OtUwa 

0, ( On leave) 

i Prescott 

. (Rec.) (R.D )MaitlBnd 

ector) Plctoa 

Almonte 

»(iB.,Z))RiithiD,N.Wales 

Ottawa 

K., M.A ".ngston 

, M.A Pakenham 

B.A Kranktown 

A Cardinal 

A EganviUe 

M.A Murray 

.J., if.-4.(0%4r.). Ottawa 

Canon) Montreal 

7e./)«an). Smith's Falls 

M.D Kingston 

FrankvUle 

, M.D Ottawa 

n Thoma>burg 

B.A Bell'B Cornerf 

l.(if.,C.,/e.£>.).Cornwall 

Ilawkeabury 

Cmpali 

Ottawa 

Aulteviile 

Woodlandi 

tn leave.). ...Kiogaton 
ck Kingston 



Read, W. A Oxford Mtlli 

Roberts, W.(Jfu<.Biic )AmberBt Island 

gcammell, K Sydenham 

Scantlebury, Geo Sharbot Lake 

8cudamore, CorneUug Carp 

SeraoD, J. K., B.A Tamwcrth 

Simpson, J. II. (Sup.) Ottawa 

8initb,B.B.,if^.MM't Rec.) Kingston 

Smythe. W. U Wellington 

Snuwdon, J. F Fitzrny Harbour 

Snowdou, J. M., fl .4. ..Billing** Bridge 
Spenwr, A. (C'/erioiiSsc.).... Kingston 

Stanton, T., B.A Deseronto 

Stephdnson, P. L, B.A Brockville 

Stephonson, R. L., M.A. (Rector) Perth 

Stiles, Thomas .J Maberly 

Tane.F. R.ifti-c). ..Richmond, 8ur.,E. 

Taylor, Morris Bear Brook 

Tighe. S., P. A. (Rector)... Lansdowne 
Weatherdon, J. yi.,B A.... Beachburg 
White, 0. W. M.A. (6>i»ion)...Iroquoin 
Worrell, C. L., MA.(Hec.) Morilsburg 

Wright, W Newboro' 

Toung, C. J., B.A Renfrew 

Dea.ons. 

Anderson, Q. S Maiiland 

.\tkin8on, Robert Di'.-eronto 

•Bnte, Thomas arimth 

'Burns, Robert T Kingston 

'Jeen, Albert L Belleville 

Jeuklus, Oavid Newingtou 

'Parker, II. Q. (Curate, On leave, 
QuHrterm8ine,W.M. II. (Our.) Mnttawa 

Robinson, James CouiUrniere 

Sinltheman, J. P Uinkli. 

Stiles, W. U March 

•Ordained under Provincial Cauon 
XVII I. 

DIOCESE OF HURON. 

Right Rev. M. 8. Baldwin, D.D., Lord 
■ Bishop (\%iZ). 

Very Rev. M. Boomer, LL.D., Dean. 
Veu. J. W. Ma.r»\\,M.A.,Archd.Limdon. 
Veu. F. W. Sandys* D.D., Archd. Kent. 

itev. A. C. Hill, M.A. 
Rev. J. P. llincks. 
Rev. G. M. Innes. M.A. 

Rev. A. U. R. Mulholland I n., 

Rev. E. E. Newman, !■ «!«'>«». 

Rtsv.Q.J.R rialter. iW.^ 
Rev .J. W. P. Smith. 
R«v. E. Patterson. 

Rev. Canon Hill, M.A , Exam. Chap. 

Rev. J. B. Richardson, M.A , Exam. 

Chap. 
Van. Archd. Marsh, Domeitic Chap. 

Rural Deans. 
Rev. Q. Mackenzie, Brant. 
Kev. R. S. Cooper, li.D.. Bruce. 
Rev Canon Hill, M.A., Elgin. 
Rev. A. S. Falls, A.B., Essex. 
Rev. George Keys, Grey. 
Rev. Wm. Cral)^, B.D., Huron. 
Rev. Jeffery, Kent. 
Rev. P. E. Uyland, Lambton. 
Rev. Canon Smith, Middlesex. 
Rev. John Qomley, Norfolk. 
Rev. James J Hill, -tf. /I., Oxford. 
Rev. K. Patterson, M.A., Perth. 
Rev. 0. L. Smith, Watorloo. 

Armstrong, D., D D Moore 

Asliiiry, S. R.. B.A . BD.. . Daleware 

A^liton, R Itrauttord 

Ball, C. W., B.A Olanworth 

Ball. J. ♦ Port Rowan 

Bauweil. U West Lome 

I BBarfoot, i...... Wallaceburg 

Batittnne, U. J. A Essei Centra 

I Beaumon*. J W., D D St Thjmas 

BooiiiHi M. LL.D.(Dean,Sup jLondon 

Briilgman, 0. II Heusall 

Brown, T.U Tilbury Station 

Bruwn. A., B.A Paria 



Burt. \.V RIdgetown 

Carrie, James Dungannon 

Caswell, D. J., B.D Brantford 

Chase, H. P. (Sup.) Sarnia 

Chance, J Tyrconnell 

Channer, 0. U., M.A Meaford 

ClufT, W. T Brusiels 

Cooper, R. S , B D. (/f.0.)...Inverm8y 

Cox, Geo Tusrarora 

Craig, W., B.D. (R. Dean) Clinton 

Curran, J. P. (Sup..) .>it. Pleasant 

Daunt, W., M.A Aj Imer 

Davis, E., M.A London 

Davis, W Simcoe 

Davis, T. R., M.A Surnia 

Davis, F Thorndalo 

Deacon, D., M.A Stratford 

DeLom. P. B Petroica 

Dewdney, A. D Port Bnrwell 

Dixon. R. F Tllsonburg 

Desbrisay, L., B A Strathroy 

Downie, J., B.D Lucan 

Edelstein, S Atwood 

^ dgelow, Dundalk 

Ednionds, J Ilaysville 

EUerby, T. 8. (Sup.) Toronto 

English, E N., M.A London 

Falrlle, J. II Chatsworth 

Falls, A. S., ^.fl.(«.0.)... Amherstburg 

Farthing, J.C.,B.A Durham 

Fishor. A Paisley 

Fowell, R. 0., M.A. (I'rin). ... Ijondon 

Fletcher, R Blenheim 

Freeman, R. D London 

Gauder, Jabez Drumbo 

Oeniley, J. (if. D.) Simcoe 

Graham, W. A.. B.A Markdale 

Griffln, A. K.. (On leave). ... 

Guillemont, C. B., B.A London 

Gunnb. J. M W\omiug 

Hale. J ParkhlU 

Harding, F Morpeth 

Henderson, W Wiarion 

Hicks, V...BD London 

Hill, A. C, MA. (ff.D.).... St. Thomas 
Hill, J. J., M.A. ( H.D.).... Woodstock 

Hill, J , M.A. (R.D.) Chatham 

Hill. W. T., B.A Kincardine 

Hincks. J. P. (tinon) Windsor 

Hind, D. H., B.A Sandwich 

Ilinde, W Adelaide 

Hodgins, J. W Bayfield 

Holmes, J WalkHrville 

Hughes, E. W Lion's Head 

Ilyland. P. E. (H.D) Warwick 

inoes, G M., M.A. (Canon)... London 

Ireland. W. P Owen Sound 

Jacobs, J Sarnia 

Johnson, Wra Goderich 

Johnstone, R. W South Zorra 

Kerr. F. W.. M A.(Onleavf) 

Keys. G., (Rural flfittn).... Clarksburg 

Mackenzie, G. C. (R.D.) Brantford 

.Magahy. T. W Seaforth 

Marsh. — M.A. (Arch.) London 

Martin. N. II Chatham 

Matthew. C. »..,M.A Kingsville 

Miles, C. BA Belmont 

Millor.A. E. (Sup.) Hamilton 

Moore. H G., U.D Sh^lburne 

Moorehouse, J (1 Winghiim 

.Mulholland, — (Can.)....Oyiei\ Sound 

Murray, K. W. (Sup.) Allea Craig 

McCosh, l\..(Onleuve) 

Newell, J. R Port Dovpr 

Nowman, — (Can.) (Sup.) London 

Newton. F. G Bervie 

Parke. J. F. (On leave) 

Patterson, K., A.M. Stratford 

Kacey, G. W Goderich 

Rally, W. ti.(Sup) Ridgetown 

Kichardson. — M.A.(Chnon)...ijnxi(inu 

Ridley, .lohn Gait 

Roberts. R. J. (Sup.) Br. Columbia 

Robinson. S F Exeter 

Ryan, F.. H D Florence 

Sage, G. B., B.A Londcn 

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Sandys, — Z).Z>. (Archd.) Chatham 

Salter, — M.A. (Oan.)(Sup) Brantford 

Sanders. T. E. (Sup.) Aylmer 

Saunders. E. C Ingersoll 

Schulte, J., Ph.D.(Sup J. ...St. Thomas 

Scott, W. E Norwich 

Seaborn, W. M London 

Seaborn, W. R Thamesford 

Shaw. R Tteswater 

Shore, W. Miirtou Higbgate 

Shortt, W., i*.0 Walkerton 

Smith, A. Muncev 

Smith, —(Can(m)(R.D.). ... Li)ndoii 

Smith, S. L Berlin 

Soflley, E., B.D Delhi 

Steele, H.D Point Kdward 

Strong, J. L Brantford 

Taylor, W. J WardNvllle 

Tihbetts, W. (Sup.) Port Dover 

Thomas, H. A Ailsa Cr.iig 

TurnhuU. M Lii-towel 

Wade, W. H Wordstocli 

Ward. J Millbank 

Watson, ThomaH Eastwood 

Wilson, R Birr 

Wood, W. (Retired) Port Rowan 

Wright, J. T St. Mary's 

Wye, G.W Watford 

Young, W. A.. B.D London 

DIOCESE OF NIAGARA. 
Right Rev.Uha8.Hamilton,0.i).,D.ri. 

Ijord Bishop (1885). 
Very Rev. J. O GBi'des, D.C.L., D^aii. 

Ven. Wm. McMurray, D.D.. D.C.L.. 
and A. Dixon, B.A., Archdeaomis. 

Rev. R Arnold. A.B. ] 

Rev. W.Beit. M.A. 

Rev. 0. A. Bull, M.A. 

Rev. W. B Curran, M.A. 

Rev. II Holland, HA. 

Rev. 8. Houston. M.A. \ Canons. 

Rev. C. H. .Mockridgo. D.D. 

Rev. F. L. Osier, M.A. 

ReV.T. B. Read, />.D. 

Rev. R. G. Suthorlanil M.A 

Rev. J. B. Worrell. M.A. 

Rural Dean,». 
Rev. A.J.Beit, M.A., Harn.^iun. 
Rev. G. Fornuret. M.A.. Hamilton. 
Rev. J. Gribble, Port Dalhoiisie. 
Rev. W. J. .Mackenzie, Milton. 
Rev. U. F. Mellish, Caledonia. 

Ardill, James .Merrlttou 

Armitag-, W.J St. Cathaiineii 

Arnold, R., A.li. (Can. Rec) ...Niagara 
Belt, A. J , M.A. (R.D.). ...Unrriatoa 

Belt, C. E Hamilton 

Belt, W., M.A. (Can) Burlington 

Bennetts, S Waterdown 

Bevan, W GreouKViUe 

Blachford, W. R Colbetks 

Bland, E. M St. Cathariuei 

Bonny, A Moorofleld 

Boultbee, A Cayuga 

Bull, G. A., M.A. (Can./i;«:.)..N.Fall8,8 

Hull, G. B Stamford 

Carmichael, II., M.A Hamilton 

Clark, W. R., M.A Aucaster 

Couku, G. B Palmerston 

Cordner. Robert Port Colborue 

Curran. W.B.. i/.^. (Can.)... Hamilton 
Dixon. Alex, 0.yl.(ylrc/id.,/e.)...Oui'lph 

Fennel I, Joseph Georgetown 

Fesseudcn, E. J., B.A (i^«c,)Cbi|jpawa 

Fletcher, John II Palfrmo 

Forneret, Geo.. jW.il. (Td.D). Hamilton 

Francis, J., B.D Watt-rdown 

Gardiner, R Welland 

'Geddts, J.G.. AC./;. («ec.).Chippaw» 

Geoghegan. T Hamilton 

Grahame. W. E Fergus 

Grlbble, John (ij /).).. Port Dalhousle 

Harvey. Geo A Guelnh 

Henderson, Alex., B.A... Orangeviile 






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Holland, n.,B.A.( Ree.) 3t.CatharlneB 
Hoiiaton, 8.,iV.i4. (Oan.)..NI>ig. Falli 

Howitt, F. B Stoney Creek 

Irving, B. A Dundaa 

Jobnitone, liabriel, B.D Jarvli 

Lee, C. R., M.A Hamilton 

Liclie, R. S., M.A Klora 

Mackenile, W. J. (Rural /).)-MiltoD 

Macuab, A. W St. Catharlnee 

Mawey, W.. M.A Hamilton 

McMurray,W.,/).I>.,I>.aL(ie.)Nt«Kara 

Mead, Jan. B Niagara 

Melllih, H. ¥. (Rural Utan) Caledonia 

Mlgnot, P. T Arthur 

Mockridge, 0. U., DD(Cn) Hamilton 

Morton, James Fergua 

Motherwell, Thos. , B.A U rimaby 

Munson, J.O Wainer 

Oaler,F.L., Jlf..<l.(Cbn., Rec.)... Dundaa 

Plgott, W. J Fort Krie 

Piper. F. Smtthvllie 

Radcliffe, 0. K!. S , B.C.L Arthur 

Radcliffe. R. S Mount Foreat 

Read, T. B., D.D. (Oan.,Rec.) Orimiiby 

Seaman, J Nantiooke 

Smith, Lenox I Ua-nilton 

Smith, P. W Dunnville 

Smith. Thomas Tapleytown 

Spencer. P- 1. (Rector) Thorold 

Sutherland. R. 0., M.A.(C.) namilton 

Webb, G. H Krin 

Webb, R. T. W Grand Valley 

AVhitcombe, C. E Hamilton 

Worrell, J B., MA. (Gin.)- Oahvflle 
Westmacott, A. G. E Acton 

DIOCESE OF RUPERT'S LAND. 

Most Rov. R. Maehi-ay, IlIK, LL.D., 

DisliDii'.s Court, Wiiiniiieg. . 

Very Rev. John Ori-sdak', £)./)., Hcroi, 

the Deanery, Wiiiiiiiiei,'. 
Itcv. J. B., O'Menra, .W.-l, I 

Rt. Rev. W. C. Pinkhani, I 

I!. I)., LL.D., Bi.slic)). of I I 

Saskatchewan. 
Ri\'. S. P. Matheson, ]i.l). 
Hcv. R. Macliray, ^•'4. I 
Rev. G. K. Connibe.s,.1/./l., 1 

St, John's. Winnipej;. / 

15arhe:-, W. 1)., I). A Clearwat:er 

Rnice, G., C.MS Fairf.)r(l 

Bunn, T. W., L.A Stonewall 

Barman, W. A., R.D GriswoM 

Ciienev, W. L Millfonl 

<\igfis," T. C. , /}. D Hi^h Blufl' 

('ook, T We.stlpourne 

(Viwley, A. E Winnipeg 

Druniinond, II. M., I>..\ Russell 

Plewelling, E. P Biandon 

Fortin, O., D,A Winuiiieg 

Fortin, A. L St. Andrew's 

Fortiii, 1. C, li.l) Fniiuson 

OouUling, A. W.,B.D.... Stony Mt. 

Hooiier. G. H Springfield 

Irvine, J., C.M.S.. . Wahigon Station 

.J likes, M Minnedosa 

I.eslie, H. T., B.A Winnipeg 

Littler, C. R., li.D Gladstone 

Lowry, W. H., B.A Hamiota 

Mackenzie, B Dvnevor 

M;irtin, N. C, B.A Selkirk 

Morton, J. J Birlle 

Nichols, E. P Manitou 

• liven, S., 6'.iU..S' l''ort Alexander 

Pentroath, E. S W., /J./).. Winnipeg 

Phair, R., C.^r.S Alherton 

Pi itchard, 8 Faribault 

Roy. H., M.A Winnijieg 

Settee, J., C.M.S Dynevcu- 

Spence, B., C.M..S Islington 

Stnnden, A., Jl.A Rat, Portage 

Tudor, H. A., li.A Winnipeg 

Turnbull, — Rajtid Citv 

Weatherl v, W. C Alexander 

WiLson, T. N Nelson 



MISSIONARY DIOCESE OF 
ALOOMA. 
Right Rev. Edward Sullivan, D.D. 
(LCD.) S.T.D . D C.L., Buhop, (1882.) 
Rev. Bd. F. Wilson, Cnnmit$. k Src. 
Rev. A. Oaburne, Eram. Chaplain. 

Rural Dearu. 

Rev. C. J. Machin, Thunder Day. 

Rev. H. Beer, Algoma. 

Rev. A. W. II Chowne. Parry 8. &, N. 

Rev. T. Llwyd, Muskoka. 

A. II. Oampbell, Exq., 17 Manning 

Arcade, Toronto, Him. Treasurer. 
Beer, H.... Hilton, St. Joseph's Island 

Berry, F. C Bruce Mines 

Boydell, Jas Brarebiidge 

Obowne, A. W. H Rosseau 

Cole, J. S., J9.^ Manitowaning 

Orompton, Wm Aspdin 

French, C. A Gardan River 

Frost, F Sheguiandah 

Gauder, G South River 

Gaviller, Q. U Parry Sound 

Qiilmor, Gowan North Bay 

Grrene, F. W Sanlt Ste. Marie 

Jephcott, F Burke's Falls 

Kirby. M.C Fort William, West 

Knight, S. E Poot Carling 

Llwyd, Thimas HuntsviUe 

Machin, C.J Port Arthur 

Manning. John Ilfracombe 

Mosley, R .-..Parry Sound 

Osborne, A G ravenhurst 

Reoisou, R Negweamang 

Wilson, £. F... Shingwauk Home 

Youns, A. J Magnettawan 

Mr. C. Eaton (Lay Reader). QoreB&y 



■Canoiiti 



Roman Catholic Ohurcli* 

PROVINCE OFTORCJTO 
Obmpriset the Dioceses oj loronto, 
Kingston, Hamilton, London and 
Peterborough. 

ARCHDIOCESE OF TORONTO. 

Most Rev. J.J. Lynch, D D., Archb'p 
Kight Rev. T. O'Mahoney, Aux. B'p. 
Very Rev. F. P. Rooney, Vicar General, 

St. Mary's, Toronto. 
Very Rev. J. M. Laurent, V. G., Rector, 

St. Michael's Cathedral, Toronto. 
Very Rev. W. R Harris, Dean St. Calh. 
Very Rev. R.A. O'Connor, Dean Barrie 
Ven. E. J. Q>isa\Ay,Arclideacnn,0n1gan. 
Rev. J. F. McBride, Sec' y, St. John's 

Grove, Toronto. 

AUain, L. A. H. (P.P.) Merritton 

Uergin, W. (P. P.) Newmarket 

Brennan. L. (St. Basil's) Toronto 

Campbell, K. A. (/'. P.) Orillia 

Cassidy, E. J. (P. P.) Colgan 

Chalandard.P. (St. BasiFs).... Toronto 
Cherrier, L. E. (St. Basil's) ... Toronto 
Ourduke, U.3.(St. Patricit's). Toronto 
Gushing, P. (Sup. St. Basil's). Toronto 
Defrtins, P. J. (St. i'a(rioi'«).. Toronto 

Duffy, F.W Colgan 

Du Mouchelle. A. (St. Basil's) Toronto 

Kgnn. J. J. (P.P.) Thornhill 

Feuhan, J. C. (O. C. C.) Niag Falls 

Kinan, A. (Chaplain Orp/i.).Parkdale 

Gallagher, E. F. (P. P.) Caldwell 

Qavan, P. J. (Si Mary's) Toronto 

Oearin, M. J.(/'. i'.) Apto 

Gibbons, J. (P.P.) St. Patrick 

Gibney, H.(P. P.) AUlston 

Qibra, L.(P. P. ofB &B) Barrie 

Guinane, J. (St. Basil's) Toronto 

Hand, J L. (St. Mich. Cath.), Toronto 

Harold, P.J. (P.P.) Dixie 

Harris, W. R. (P. P.)... St. Catharines 
Henning.J. (5M^.S(.ft<ncA'l)Toronto 

Hobin, J (Invalided) Toronto 

Hours, V.(Sl Basil's) Toronto 

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Jeffcott, M. J. (P. P.) Orangerllle 

Keane, P. J. (PP.) Uxbrldg^ 

Kiernan, E. J. (P P). ... Oolllngwowl 

Kearnan, P. (P. P.) Scliomberc 

Kilcullen, J. (P. P.) ... Port Colbome 1 
Uboureau, Th. F. (P. P.)....PeneUnK ! 
Laurent, J. M. (Rec. St. M.). .Toronto 
Lynch, Jno. J. (St. Pou''i).... Toronto I 

Lynett. J. F. (P. P.) Midland 

McBrlde,J.F.(P.P.Ouri.o/i.)TorDnto 
McCann, J. J. (P.P.St. //e/.)...Torouto 

SIcColI, P. J. (P PJ Whitbv 

McKnteo, J. J. (P. P.) Osliawi I 

MeGinley, W. J. (P. P.)... Uptergrove I 

McMahon, P. (P.P.) Brechin I 

McPhillips, Ily.J Apto 

McRae, K Colaan 

McSpitltt, F.(P. P.) Gribbln 

Maguire J. E. (Catliedral) Toronto 

Michel. 3.<P.P.) LafonlalDB 

Miller, F. X. (SI. /WnWf»)... .Toronto 
Minohan, L.(C^ap/atn)Penet8Dguiih'e 
Moorland, A. C.(O.O.C.) Niagara Falli 

Morris, J). (St. Paul's) Toronto 

Moyna, M. (P.P.) Stayner 

Mulligan, P. (absent) 

Murray. E. (St.BasiPs) Toronto I 

Neviu, M. (Cathedral) Toronto 

Nolan, J. E. (St. Mary's) Toronto 

O'Connor, R. A. (P. P.) Barrie 

0'Hagarty,C. J ( P.P.S(ifari/«) . StCatb 

O'Neil, E. (5<. Basil's) Toronto 

O'Reilly ,M.McC.(P.P«Vo«.). Toronto 

Rein, J.(«S«. Patrick's) Toronto 

Robleder, F. F. (P. P)....Vroomanton 
Rooney, F. P.(P.P.5<.i/ary'«). Toronto 

Sbanahan, T St. Catharines 

Shea, J. J. (131 Seaton St.).... Toronto I 

Sheahan. D. (P. P) Pickerlni; 

Smits, (Om.<7fn.O. C. C.)... Niag. Kails 

Sullivan, T. (P. P.) Thorold 

Thumel, Aug. (St. Pttttiek's)... Toronto ] 

Trayling, J.(P.P.) F"rt Kric 

Vincent, C. (Prov. C. S. B.). ...Toronto 
Voisatd, F. A. (Invalided)... Fort Krie 1 

Whitloy, E. (0. C. C.) Niag. Falls 

Whitney. P. (P. P.) Gribbin 

Lawlor, E. B. (379 Jarvis St.) Torouto 

DIOCESE OF KINGSTON. 

Riglit Rev. James Vincent Olearv 
S.T.D., Bishop. 

Rev. I). A. Twomey, Chancelhir and 
Chaplain of Penitentiary 

Rtv. Thos. Kelly, Bishop's Sirrctnni. 

Rev. Joseph McOratli, Chaplain of\ 

lintel Dieu. 
Rev. P O'Brien, Chaplain //ok.-. 

of Providence. 

BoiLson, T. (Asst.) Broekvillf 

Brennan, John Plctcii 

Carey, T. (Asst.) St. Riph;iil's 

Cieolari, George Erinsvlllf 

Connolly, J. J. (Asst.) Piv-scctt 

Corbett, George St. Andrews 

Davis, Tliomas Miiiloi 

De Saunhar, P. A Brewer's MiUs 

DufTus, C. J St. Kai.lwel's 

Furrelly, J., V.G Belleviil. 

Fitzpatri(^k, T Chestorvilli' 

Fleming, John P Twecil 

Fox, William Crysler 

Gauthier, C. H., V.F BrocUvillc 

Ilartigan, P. J Ceiitreville 

Higgins, Beniard (Anst.). Alexniniri;i 

Hogan. John Gananoqiu' 

Kelly, John P MenickvilN' 

Kelly, J. J Cornwall 

Kelly, T. P Kiii;^st.iii 

l.ealiv, M. J Moose Oreek 

Maetiarthv, I. J Williamstown 

McCartliy, Thos Blessingtoii 

McCartliy, John (^1,«<.).. .. Westiioit 

McUon.ihl, M Keniptville | 

MeDonagh, J. H Napiinoc 



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(/]P) OrangBTlUe 

^•^*)"V Uxbrldge 

(7;P)....ColllDgwA 

f^I) Scliomberel 

P. P.) ... Port Colborne 

.(i?«c.S<. if.).. Toronto i 
'.(«S/./^ur«).... Toronto 

[/'•/'•) Midland 

P.P.OurZ.o/i.)Toronto 
(P.r.St. //«/.)-Toroulo 

(!'■ P,) Whlibv 

(P-P-l OsLawi 

(I'P-) Brecliln 

ty-J Apto 

Colaan 

{P-P-) Otibbln 

(CatJiedral) Toronto 

P) Lafontilne 

St. /WricA.-"*).... Toronto 
3^a;)fain)Penetanj!ulih'e 
C.(O.O.C.) Niagara Fall! 

Paul'i) Toronto 

P-) Stayner 

abitnt) 

it.BasiCt) Toronto 

dhtdral) Toronto 

St. Mary't) Toronto 

A. (P. P.) Barrle 

l(P.PStilaryt).St.Cm 

Basil't) Toronto 

:C.(P./»«Vo«.). Toronto 

Patrick's) Toronto 

'. (P. P)...,Vroomanton 
;P.P.5«.Jtfary'«). Toronto 

St. Catharines 

II Seaton St.).... Toronto 

PP) Plckerlni; 

^n.O.C. C.)-Niag Kail! j 

P.P.) Tlinrold 

, (5<.Pta<rtefc'i)... Toronto | 

P.P.) F"rtKrlc 

'/•ou. as. B.).... Toronto 
. (Invalided)..- Fort Krie I 

0. C.C.) Niajj. Fallsj 

(P.P.) Oribbin 

(379 Jarvls St.) Torouto j 

IE OP KINGSTON. 

James Vincent Olfiiry 
hop. 

woniey, ChaiiceUnr ami 
f Penitentiary 

elly, liiihop's Secrcturii. 

McOrath, Chuiihiin nf\ 

ti-ien, Chaplain Ilnu^t 

iCC. 

isst.) BriK'kvilk' 

in Pict''ii 

St.) St. Il-ipli:lfl's 

I'h'o Eriiisvilli' 

J.{Asst.) PrM,s('iitt 

■ge St. Andrews 

IS Miidoc 

P. A . . . . Hrewer's Mills 

St. UaphiU'l's 

V.a Uellcvillf 

T Chostcrvillf 

n P TwiTil 

Crysler 

n., V.F Hrockvillf 

J Centrevillt' 

lanl (Afnt.). Al('.vaiiclri:i 

Ganaiioiiiu' 

P Menickvilh' 

Cornwull 

Kin;,'st"ii 

Moose Creek 

. J Wllliamstown 

los Blessiiigtoii 

ilin (.•lss^)....Westiii)rt 

I KeniptviUe | 

. H Nal'iine 



MeRae, D. C. (Asst.).S. Margarefs 

M(\Villiftni8, C A . Loborough 

Jliiedoncll, Ale.'., l\G.'. . .Alexandria 

Jiarilcpuell, Wm »i. Margaret's 

Maikey, M ichael Tyemliuaga 

Masterson, John Prescott 

Murray, C. B Cornwall 

O'Brien, Morgan U Morrisburg 

O'Connor, John S., V.F Perth 

O'Connor, T. P. (Asst.\ Perth 

O'l-'onoghue, M Carletou Place 

O'Gornian, John(.i4ss^). . ..Belleville 

O'liorke, Miehael Yonge 

Qiiinn, John S. {Asst.) Madoc 

Spratt, M. J Kitley 

Spratt, Thos. J Wolfe Island 

Stant^in, M. J Smith's Falls 

Twohey, P. A Westport 

'hvoiney, John Loehiel 

Waksh, W. E Frankford 

Walsh, E. J Trenton 

N.B.— Sharbott Lake is attended 
fKMii Westjiort. 

DIOOKSE OF HAMILTON. 

Right Rev. J. J. Carbery, BMop of 

Hamilton. 
Very Key. B.J. lleenau, Vicar-Oeneral, 

IlaiaDton. 
Very Rov. T. J. Dowling, Vicar-Oen., 

Paris. 
Very Kev.E. Lanssier, Dean, Walker- 
ton. 
Rev. J. Keough, Chan., Dundaa. 
Rev, K. M. Oarre, Sec., Uamilton. 

Bardou, M. P., M.A Cayuga 

B'Tgman, Q. R Ilaniil ton 

Krohman, Mlldmay 

Burke, R Arthur 

Caaiin, P Mount Foroat 

Corcoran, J Teoswater 

Cosgrove, P Uamilton 

Criunon, E.J DunvlUe 

Doherty, F., S. J Ouelph 

Doherty, J Arthur 

Dowling, Very Rev. T. J., V.Q Parii 

Dumortler, F., S.J. Quelpb 

Kliua, L Formosa 

Kxeaey, J Pticevlllo 

For8t«r, 8 New Germany 

FuDckon, L , D.D., O.R Berlin 

Funrken, E., C.R St. Agatha 

Oeh], J St.Clemeni 

Qranotier, F., C.S.B Owen Sound 

Qranotier,F.F.,O.S.fl.... Owen Sound 

Halm, M HamiUon 

Halm, M Hamilton 

Halter, J., Q.H Berlin 

Kelly, J. (Adm.) Caledonia 

Keough, J. (Chan.) Dundai 

Iviely, J., SJ. Quelpb 

Kloepfer, W., C.R Berlin 

Laussier, E., V.F. Walkerton 

Ijennon, P Brantford 

Madigan, M. J. (Amistant).... Dundao 

Murphy, J. (Asalatant) Brantford 

O'Connell, — Gait 

O'fjeary, J.8 Freeltou 

O'Ketlly, F Macton 

Owens, P. 8 Ayton 

I'lant, V).,S.J Ouelph 

KassaortB, F Carlsruhe 

Slavin, E. P Oakvllle 

8petz, P., C. R Berlin 

Synnet J, S.J. Guelpb 

Sweitzer, J., C.R Berlin 

Wadel, 8 Chepstow 

Wellw, K Berlin 

Wey, J. (Asaistant) Formosa 

DIOCESE OF LO.NDON. 

l^iglitRev.Jolin Walsh, T).D., Bishop. 
lU Rev. Mgr. J. M. Bruyere, Vicar- 
dcneral. 

Alwiulin, T Sandwich 

.\:iiirieux, P Tecuinseh 



Aylward, J. T Wawanosh 

Becliard, A Stony Point 

Bayard , Joseidi Surnia 

Bernardine, F., O.S.F Chatham 

Botibat, B Ashtield 

Brady, M Woodstock 

Brcunan , P St. Mary's 

Carriere, F Big Point 

Connolly, J Biddulph 

Corcoran, P Parkhill 

Cornyn, T Strathroy 

Cot«| A Sandwich 

Crespin, — Anihertsburg 

Cummins, M Wca, Lome 

Cushiu, D Sandwich 

Cook, J St. Thomas 

Dillon, Wm La Salette 

Dixon, N Port Lambton 

Donohoe, — Sandwich 

Dunphy , L. A London 

Fauteux, P Stoney Point 

Ferguson, M. J Sandwich 

Flannery, Wm St. Thomas 

Oahan, N Mt. Carmel 

Qausepohl, Wm.. O.S.F Chatham 

Gerard, Jos Belle Kiver 

Gnain, P Wyoming 

Haitinan, W Liatowel 

Hodgkinson, E Fletcher 

Kealy, J. A Drysdaie 

Kelly, M Mount Carmel 

Kennedy, J London 

Kilroy, E. B Stratford 

Lamont, A Dublin 

Lapierre, A. M Walkerville 

Lorion, J Ru.scom River 

Lotz, H. B Godericli 

McBrady, R Sandwich 

McGee, C. E Corunna 

McGrath, M Windsor 

McKeon, A Botliwell 

McManus, C Woodslee 

McRae, L) Botnish 

Mazinod, — Sandwich 

Micliael, F., O.S.F Chatham 

Molphy, J. P liigersoU 

Mongovan, M Sandwich 

Murpliy, .Jas. {Dean) Dublin 

Northgreaves, G. R Ingersoll 

O'Connor, 1). {Sup.,O.S.Ii.) S.andwicli 

O'Connor, J. G Maidstone 

O'Noil, J Kinkora 

O'Shea, P Seaforth 

Quigley, T Stratford 

Renaud, L Sandwich 

Ronan, J Wallaceburg 

Ryan, J Dublin 

Ryan, P Ainherstburgli 

Scanlon, J Windsor 

Schneider, A McGregor 

Semande, F Sandwicli 

Tiernan, M. J London 

Trailer, II O Simcoe 

Villeneuve, A. D Stony Point 

Wagner, J. T Windsor 

Walsli, J Loudon 

Wasserau, L. A.. St. Francis Tiudel 

Walters, B. J Godericli 

West, T Wawanosh 

DIOCESE OF PETERBOROUGH. 

Rt Rev. T. J. Dowling, D.D., Bishop. 

Baudin, Alphouse Manllowaning 

Baxter, R Port Arthur 

Bloem, Eugene North Bay, 

Bretherton, C. S Bracehridge 

Browne, Joseph Port Hope 

Caron, 11 Sudbury 

Casey, D. J Campiiellford 

Chambon, J. F... . Sault 8te. Marie, 

Connelly, M. E Downeyville 

Conway, P Peterborough 

Du Rauquet, D Manitowaning 

FrayoUe. E Peterborough 

Hudon, H Port Arthur 

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Richard, 8. J Manitowaning 

Hebert, JoBpph Fort Williaia 

Keilty, W. J Euniamore 

Larkin, Michael Grafton 

Laurent, P. V.,V. G Lindsay 

McCIoskey, W. J Victoria Road 

McGuira, Peter Lindsay 

McVay, F. P Feualon Fall« 

Murray, K. H Cobourg 

Aadeau, P..., Manitowaning 

O'Brien, M. J Peterborough 

O'Connell, Daniel South Douro 

O'Connoll, Thomas Brighton 

OuoUet, M Garden Kiver 

Quirk, John Haatinga 

RudkiuR, I*atrick Peterborough 

Spetht, Joseph Fort William 

Sweeney, James Burnley 

DIOCESE OF OTTAWA 

[No retnrns received at the time ot 
going to press. — Ed.] 

DIOCESE OP MONTREAL. 

[No returns received at the timn of 
going to press. — Ed,] 

DIOCESE OF QUEBEC. 

[No returns received at the time ot 
going to press. — Ed] 

DIOCESE OF CUIOOUTIMI. 

[No returns received at the time ot 
going to pre.-B. — Ed ] 

DIOCESE OF ST. HYACINTHK. 

Mgr. L. Z. Moreau. 
Mgr. J. La Rocque. 
J. A. Gravel, V. G. 

Alexander, W Far uham 

Angers, Dunham 

Arcbambeuult, A Ste. Marie 

Archambeault, L. M St. Ilugues 

Blanchard. St. Hyacinthe 

Balthazard. H Ste Brigide 

Baltha/ard, J, A St. Hyacinthe 

Bachaud, I St. Damase 

Barre, H Actoii 

Beaudry, Jos St. Marcel 

Beaudry, A La Presentation 

Beauregard, J St. Hyacinthe 

Beauregard, L St. Joacliim 

Relanger, M St. Heleue 

Bernard, A. X St. Hyacinthe 

Bernard, L. C Adamsvllle 

Bertrand, P. X St. Llbolre 

Bessette, J St. Hyacinthe 

Bessette. C Ste. Marie 

Blanchard, C Ste. Angelo 

Blanchard, J. C S.t. Mathias 

Boivin, T St. Hllaire 

Boivin, L Bedford 

BourquH, L. A La Pr^sontation 

Bourret, A St. Hyacinthe 

Bouvier, A. X St. Joseph 

Brodeur, N Stfi. Slarle 

Browne, G. J St. Hugues 

Cardin, P St. Marie 

Caron. E St. Liliolre 

Caron, J St. Hyacinthe 

Cadotre, A... ••• St. Hvaclntlie 

Chaffers, W St. Oari- 

Charoonneau. U Milton 

Chartier.J. V St. Hyacinthe 

Ohartier, J. B Ste. Madeleine 

Ohoquet. P St. Hyacinthe 

Coderre, J Upton 

Cordeau, M Waterloo 

Cormier, C Richelieu 

Cote, F. P ?t. Valerien 

Oourtemanche, J St. F/Ouls 

Danth, G St. Hvaiinthe 

Decelles, M St. Roch 

Dfcelles, P St. Hyacinthe 



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OLERGY. 



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Derome, Q. 8 St. Oepair* 

I>eiinoyeri, I St. OfHnlre 

DesnoyerB, R Knowlton 

Desorey, 8t. Our» 

Dion, St Denii 

Duelles, P St. Hyaclnthe 

Dahamsl, J.B St. Domlnque 

Dohamel, L St Hyaclnthe 

Dumesnllg, A St. Uyaclnth* 

Dupr6, L. S Sore) 

Dupuy, A. S St. Paul 

Dupuy, J. B St. Antolne 

Diipuy, J. P Varnhatn 

Dorocher, J. B Ste. GeeKolre 

Kanteuse, A Furnham 

Klllatreau, K Ste. Pudentlenne 

Flllatreau, II St. Alm6 

Kolsy, A Sorel 

Kortln, 0. K St. Ilyaduthe 

Qaboury, J St. Mathiai 

QatiDeau, V St. Alexandre 

Qandreau, Clarenceville 

Qautbier, N St. Damaae 

Qauvreau, A St. Hyaclnthe 

Gendron.S St. Hyaclnthe 

Gill, M Granly 

Olrard, 1, St. Hyaclnthe 

Godard, M St. Aime 

Gravel, J. A St. Hyaclnthe 

Guertln, T Sweet8bur|{ 

Guy, St. Rosalie ■ 

IIiiKUt), A St. Hyaclnthe I 

Hardy, J St. Pie I 

.(odoin, J Acton ! 

Jeannotte, F. X Ste. Marie j 

Larocqne, P St. Hyaclnthe 1 

Laroclielle, P St. Hyaclnthe i 

Larosu, V Ste. Marie i 

LasHallc, L, U St. Cesalre | 

LavnUee, G Ste Marie 

Lawrence, A St. Rosalie i 

Leolaire, B. J.. St. Hyaclnthe I 

Leconrs, K St. Hyaclnthe [ 

Lediin, Rougemont i 

Leniay, A St. Marc ! 

Ijemlmix, J... St. Athanase | 

LesHard, K Upton j 

LeveHque. P St. Hyaclnthe , 

Llmogen. A. D Beloell i 

Marcamele, L St. Hugues | 

Marlcourt. A St. Hyaclnthe 

Messier, II St. Pie 

Mennler, D St. Barnab6 

Mlchon, J. B Stanbridg* ! 

MIchon, J. D St. Hvacinthe 

Mlgnault. N St. Hyaclnthe 

Mililer, H St. Hyaclnthe 

Nadeau, .7. A Granby 

Nadeau, II St. Alphonse 

Nolseus, J Ste. Vlctolre 

O'Donnell, A St. Denis 

Ouellette, R St. Hyaclnthe 

Pare, P. L Ange Gardien 

Pelletier, St. Robert 

Petit. A W. Shefford 

Poulln, St. Sebastlen 

Pratte, F St. Simon 

Prince, J. J St. Hyaclnthe 

Provencal, J. A St. Cesalre 

Hi. hard, St. Denis 

RIvard, E St. Arm«nd 

Roy, A St. Hyaclnthe 

Roy. V St. Dominique 

Santonac, J. F Roxton 

Senecac, L St. Marie 

Sicart. C Frelisburg 

Springer, E Hi. Denis 

St. Anbln, T St George 

St. G>>ori;e, C St. Athanase 

St. iiOuis, A Waterloo 

St. Pierre. A Beloell 

Taupier, J. 8 St. Charles 

Tetreau, F St. Hyaclnthe 

Tetreau, J Sabrevola 

Tanasse, F .Sorel 

Verronneau, J. B....St. Jean Baptiste 
Vincent Q St. Ignace 



DIOCESE OF ST. QBRMAIN DE 
RIMOUSKl. 

Right Rev. J. liAngevin, D.D., Biihnp. 
Very Rev. E. Langevin, Vicar-Cenera/. 
J. 0. Slmard, Secretary. 
P.F. Sliols, Under-Secretary. 

Very Rev. E. Langevio, Provoil, 

Rev. J. B. Blanchet, 

Rev. M. R. Bilodeau, 

Rev. D. V£zina, 

Rev. 0. A. Carbon neau, « 

Rev. L. J. Langls, Theol. 

Rev. P. J. Saucier, Secretary, g 

Rev. P. Audet, 

Rev. F. M. Fournler, 

Rev. L. Rouleau, J 

Rev. .1. C. Cloutier, 1 Iloriorary 

Rev. F. A. Blouln, J Canons. 

Cathedral. — Rev.J.O.Siuiard. Rector; 

D.RIouxand J.O.Sylvain, Rimouski. 
CoiLEOE.— Rev. P. J. Saucier, Supr. 

and Prncur.; J. R. Roy, Dir.; M. 

Belleslles, Prtf. of Stud.; E. Coffey 

and J. B. Uuest. 



Amiot, J St. Valerien 

Arpin, L. (^l«c.i'./'.)..S. .Jean de I)i«u 

Audet, And Ste. Feliclle 

Audet, P S. Fahlen 

Beaulieu, P St. Ulrie 

Beaumont (Vic.) Ste. Anne de? Monts 

Belanger, ,1. B. A Malbaie 

Bernlor, J. H St. Modeste 

Bernler, L. N S. Epiphane 

Berube, J. C St. Joseph de Lepage 

Berube, Ph Oascapedlac 

Berube, Thomas St. Simon 

Bilodeau, Mart S. Anaclet 

Blauchet, J. B Ste. Luce 

Blouln, F. Ad. V. F Carleton 

Bolduc, Maj Father Point 

Brillant, Pre St. Moise 

Conncl, Nie Sto. Verte 

Carbonneau, C. A.... Ste. Cecile du Bic 

Cayonette, R (Vicar) Uic 

Chalifour, A (Jape Cove 

Ohoulnard, Ant S. Octave, M6ti8 

Cinqmars, F S. Alexis 

Cloutier, .J. C Cncouna 

Clontler, F. X St. Damuso 

Cote. Phil. (Vic.) St. Benolt Labre 

D'Anteuii, L Meclilns 

De Cbamplaln, Jos Pabns 

Delage, F. X Cap Rosier 

Delage, D. E Ause au GrlfTon 

Drapeau, J. S. Ulrlc 

Drapeau, Octave Caplan 

Dufour. Elz. (Vicar) Matane 

Duret, T. C, V.f. Grande Klviere 

Di'val, A at. Donat 

Fournler, Chas. G Ste. Flavie 

Fournler, F Magi S. Arsene 

Fraser, Sim Cloridorme 

Qagn6, Cyp Ste. Angele 

Gagn6, J .Maria 

Cagnon, Aug Port Daniel 

Oaenon, N N. D. Sept Douleurs 

Qlllis, I) Dougiastown 

Gravel, Th St.e Anne des Monts 

Guay, Mgr. C Restigouche 

Jean, J. Z St. Paul de la Croix 

Joben, A. D St. Jean de Dieu 

Lamontagne, A (Sick) Terrebonne 

Langevin, J. (Bishop) Rimouslii 

Langevin, E. (Vic. Gen.) RImnuskI 

Langls, L St. J. B. He- Verte 

Larlvde. Cyp Paspehlac 

La vole, II. J CapChatte 

Lavole, L.O S Cifinient 

Lebel, D S. Jean KvanifelUte 

Leblanc, Arth St. Gabriel 

Leveque, N Matane 

Monge, J. (Sick) United States 

Moreault. Ph N. D du Lac 

Morlsset, D Assomptlou, McNlder 

Morris, Ellas Rlv. au Renard 

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Nurmandin, J. St. Klol 

OnflI»t, J. (Vicar) Trr.ls Fl<i,'l„ 

Pilletrer, .1. (Tiea/) .Ormide Rivieer 

Perrusf, J. A Perce 

Pouliot, Olph. (Vicar) Carouna 

Pouliot, J. B. E. (6'io*)rnitcd States 

Perniont, A Ste. Blundine 

Kioun, J. D. (Vicor) Rimouski 

Hiouv, J Trois I'intok- 

Kouleua, L. (Sivk) 

I .Siiindoii, B. i: .Mont I.i .;iis 

.Siniard, J. O. (Cnthidrai, Rimouski 
St. I.4).uri'nt, Ulf riiitcd StatiH 

I St. Laurent, .Jos New port 

! Saucier, P Seniin, Rimouski 

SiroiH, Sif .Ste. IVIicite 

j Sinitli, Tht'o St. Coijefioi 

Sonc'y, Ant St. I,onis du ha Im 

I Sylvain, I'ii N. IJ. du S. Ctvw 

Svlvain, (). K. (Vicar) Itimousl.i 

I Thivierge, P. N S. lioiiavcnture 

'I'heriault, .N. M .S. Honor- 

Tliil)iuilt, A. .. Ste. Hose clu l/iVal' 
TreMil)lay, H St. .M.itthi.n 

; Trudel, (.'. E .St. Kianrdiv 

' \iu\ do .Moortel, K Oa.s|i( 

A'eziiia, Desiie Trois I'i.stojes 

DIOCKSE OF THREE KIVKRg. 

Most Rev. L. F. Ladeche, Bishop. 

Very Rev. C. 0. Caron, Kicur General. 

J. F. D61and, Chancellor. 

Very Hev. C. 0. Caron, VG. ) 

Very Rev. L. Desilets, V.O. 

Uev. J. 0. Prince, 

" L. S. Rheault, 

" Ls Richard, 

" J.B. Conieau, 

" T. X. Cloutier, I | 

" B. C. Bochet, ^ " 

" R. A. Noiseux. 

" Th. Martel, 

" N. Caron, 

" J. Boucher, 

" D. Marcoux, 

" L. Ed. Bois, 

Baril, II. (Seminary) Three Rivtrii 

Beaucbeane, A. ( ricar)....\Iont Caruiel 

Beaudet, F Ste. Flore 

Ueland. J. K. (Vicar) VaniHchiche 

Belaud, J, V.(Chuiicellor) Three Rivers 

lieilveau, Ed Ste. Ursule 

Beiiveau, A. (Vicar) Sto. Ursule 

Beilemare, 0. T Shawenigan 

Bellemure, A. (Vicar) Shawenegan 

Bochet, Ste. Anne Laperade 

Bois, L. Ed Maskiiiouge 

Boucher, J Riviere du Lcnp 

Bouiay, F. (Vicar) Batifcau 

Caisse, R. (Sem.) Three Rivers 

Caisse, T. (Jesuit) Three Rivers 

Carufel, D. (Retired) St. Baruai)e 

Carutel, N. D. du Mnnt Carmel 

Caron, CO. V.G.(Vrs.Ch) Three Rivers 

C.iron, N Three Rivers 

Caron, Thos. (Vicar) St. Jusliu 

Chapdeielne. II. (.Sfem.)... Three Rivers 

Chretien, J. Bte St. Nareisse 

Cloutier, F.X Three Rivers 

Cloutier, P St. Ktiennc 

Comeau, D. (Retired)... Pciinte du Lac 
Comeau,J.B (.'',/nmary) Three Rivers 

D6gulKe. E. (Ktcj St Stanislas 

Desaulniers, E Yamachictie 

Desaulniers. Frs Pointedu l.ac 

Dorion. J. H Yamaolilche 

Duiiuay, K Cap de la Macieleine 

Dupuls. A St. Staniolas 

FcTtln, D St. Prosper 

Qatjneur (Jesuit) Three River.s 

Gellnas, D. (Retired) Yamachiche 

Gerln, D St. .Iu«tin 

Qouln. A (TicarVSte. Anne Laperade 

Gravel, T St. Jacques des piles 

Orenler, H. (Seminary), three Rivers 



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OLEBOT. 



129 



• SI. Kiel 

rr) TrolH P1<|. U, 

:a() .Oraiide Khiter 

Terci- 

Vicar) CapouMu 

. (6'icAr)rniteii Stuti-i 

Ste. Uluii'lirif 

icar) Uimfniski 

TroiM I'iif'.h-, 

■If) 

Mont I,i.;ii< 

'^'(tthedi-nl: Kimoiiski 

f I'liitcd States 

•• Ntw JVirt 

.. Seinii], llininiiski 
•Stf. I'l !i(it(- 

.St. Corltflfii 

, .St. I.OUi.s (In h,l ll;i 

, ..N. D. (Ill .s. r.iui 

I'icar) Kinioiisi.j 

. . .. S. Hoiia»ontiirt- 

S. Honor- 

Ste. Rose (lit |/iVuli 

St. Matthi.Mi 

St. H'ninrdi';,- 

K Onsiii- 

Ti'ois I'istoles 

TIIUtE RIVKRS. 

^atlecbe, Bishop. 
!aron, Vicar Oen'nal. 
incellnr. 

3ttron, VG. ] 
lletB, V.O. I 



lit. 
I, 

lU, 

ier, 

t, 

ux. 



iry) Three Kivtrs 

i'icar).., Mont (.'aruie! 

Ste. Klore 

'Air) YaniHohiche 

iicellor) Three Rivers 

Ste. Ursula 

ar) Sto. Ur.siile 

ShaweiiigaD 

car) Shawmegan 

.Ste. Anne Uiperade 

Mafkiiiouge 

...Riviere Ju Limp 
!•) Datifeau 

Three Rivers 

Three Riivrs 

■ed) St. Baruabe 

D. (lu M"nt Carmel 
DrsC/t) Three Rivers 

Three R|vvrn 

ar) St. JuBtiu 

Sjto.)... Three Rivers 

St. Narcisse 

Three Rivers 

St. Ktieuni.' 

red)... Poiiite Jii Lac 
nmari/) Three Rivera 

St Stani^la.'i 

Yamachlohu 

Poiiitedu l,nc 

Yama<'lii<h« 

Cap (le la Matlelelne 

St. StaiiiMae 

St. f'nisper 

Three River? 

ed) yamachiche 

St .lu«tin 

Ste. Anne Laperade 
St. Jacques de^ Piles 
.nary), three Rivers 



arenier, J. B St. Thecle 

Grenler (/entit) Three HlTsri 

Houde, D. ( Vicar) Three Hiveri 

JaDelle,M. B. ( Vio.) Maakloonge 

Joyal.T StDldace 

Lafleche, A. K St. Baulin 

UUiehe, T. (iSnninary)... Three Riven 

Ucerte, U. (Vicar) River du Loup 

Lamothe, L. {Vicar) Three River* 

Leclair, J. B. {Vicar) St. Maurice 

Marcband, P Champlain 

.Mar(x>ux, D. (Retired) Champlain 

Martel, T St. Barnabe 

Mayrand, J. A. (Retired)... St. Uraule 
Hayrand, Kng. (&m.).... Three Rivera 

Milot, A.(Vicar) St. Tite 

.Vault, 0. (Jeniit) Three Rivere 

Koiseux, A Ste. Qenevieve 

Prince, J. St. Maurice 

Proulx, M St. Tits 

Proulx, P. (Vicar) Yamachiche 

Klchard, L. (SsTOtwarj/).. Three Rivers 

Richard, J Three Rivera 

Rheault, L. S Three Rivers 

Savoie, C. St. Alexia 

Teaoier, N St. Ldou 

Th!h'>deau, H Batiscan 

Trahan, II St. Severe 

VerviUe, F St. Klie de Caxton 

Villeneuve, N. (Vicar) Champlain 



Pi-«-Hb>'trriRii C'hurch lu 
Cnnndn. 

The General Assembly will meet 
ill rft. Matthew's Church, lialifa.v, on 
tlse second Wednesday (I'Jth day) of 
■Iwrie, 1888, at 7.ao p.m. 

OfficerH 1887-88. 

Moderator : 

•:tv. R. F. Burns, D.I)., Halifax. 

CU:i-kn : 

K^y. \V. Reid, D.D Toronto 

i'.'.-v. W. Fraser, D.D IJarrie 

.■iVNOD OF THK M.VRITI.MI-: 
PROVINCKS. 

II'V. T. Sedffwick, Tataina(,'ou(^he, 
N.S., Cle.i-lc. 

Atkeii, Wm Newcastle, N B 

AlUui, James Cove Head. P E I 

Allan, J. M., if. A Halifax 

Ainderson, J., J/..^..Mus:|uodoboit H 
Anrmnd, J. A.. M.A. (.Wm*')--N. Heli. 
Aivhibald,W.S., A'.iJ. .Kentville, NS 
\rohibal(l,\V.P, B.. /K'avendinh, PKI 

l;iiird, Isaac River Charlo, N H 

H.iyne,E H,M.A. U.Mus(iuodob()it,NS 

lioaristo, .J. K (ilassville, N S 

\ir.:ti, W. v., B.D.. .. Kentville, N S 
Ik'iiiiett.J., D.D.(lM.).Ht. John,Nri 

BUir, D. B Barney's River, N S 

BUir,J.".'.(0/-(<.iWiftX)Greeiifield, N B 

Boyd, Samuel Wallace, N S 

Brown, A. () Canibelltown, N B 

Brown, Arch Port Hill, P K I 

Bruce, Geo., B.A St. John, N B 

Bruce, W. T. , .V. D . . Valle^' Stat. , N S 

B'u.iS, R. F., D.D '... Halifax 

I ahill, J. A .Sprinjffield, N B 

I 'aims, J. A., if. /I. .U. Musquodoboit 

[ 'alder, W. C Woodstock, N B 

' ilder, W. R, . . .Marion Brid^'e, C B 

I iineron, Alex l'ortapi(iue, N S 

''vuieron, J. G Souris K., P F. I 

' mieron, J. H Ba.ss River, N B 

'iineron, John .... Bi-id|,a'town, N S 
aiiipbell, Alexander. . . Noel, N S 
' iiiipbell, M . . . . Wood Islands, P E I 
' *rr, A. F., M.A... Alberton, P E I 
' arruthers, J. .Charlottetown, P F: I 

'^rson, G. S., B.A Pictou, N S 

'iUtanach, J. C, M.A Halifax 

' l'.a.se, J.H., M.A . .Onslow .Stat., N S 
hristie, Oeorfje Bedford, N S 

I 



Clark, Peter Aspy Bav, C B 

Coffln, J. R Bloomfield, P E I 

Crawford, H.. Mosnian's Grant, N S 
Cunnninif, Robert. . ..Westville, N S 

Cuinmiii);, Thomas Truro, N S 

Currle, John, D.D.(l'ru/.).. Halifax 

DarraKh, W. S Linden, N S 

Dawson, Win., B.D.. . . Canard, N S 

Dickie, A. B Milford,N S 

Donald, A. (Bet.). . . . Hampton, N B 
Drunimond, D. . .1% Bras d'Or, C B 
Duff, W. (J'dH. A'i/(.).Lunenbur(f, N S 

Fal(!Oiier, Alex Pictou, N S 

Faniuharsoii, Alex Sydney, O H 

Ferry, John Bridjfewater, N S 

Fisher, (Jeorffe Montrose, P E I 

Fi.ske, I). (0. .H.).N. Kincardine, NB 

Fitzpatrick, J. R Rockville, N S 

Forbes, J. A... Little Glace Bay, C B 

Forbes, J. F Durham, N S 

Forrest. J., D. D.(l'r. i>. Co/.). Halifax 
FotherinKham,T.F.,i/.l.St.John,NB 
Frame, W. R. (Ret.) Charlottetown 
Eraser, 1). S.. BA . . Mahone Bay, N 8 
George, F. W., .H.A . . New Carlisle, i^ 
Georj^e, John L., .M.A. . . Dartmouth 
(Jerrior, .John l'. .Suniiiierside, P E I 
(Jillies, E. . ..Cardi''an Bridife, 1' E I 

(Jordon, 1). M., B.D Halifax 

Gordon, J. L River .lohn, N S 

(iraham, Wm St. John's, Nfid 

Grant, Alex E. Lake Ainslie, C B 

Grant, Win Cow Bay, C B 

Grant, Edward Stewiacke, N S 

(iray, J., B.D. (Bet.).. . Sussex, N B 
(tuiin. A., B.A ..Up. Kennetcook, NS 

< Junn, S. C t'p. .Stewiacke, N S 

Giinn, A St. Andrew's, N B 

Haittilton,W.. Kingston, KentCo. N B 
Harvey, ;>!., M.A .'. . St. Joiin's, Nfld 

Hawley. John St. (ieorge, N B 

Henry, .M. G . . . . Shuben.icadie, X S 

Hogg, Jcseph MoiK^ton, N B 

Hunt,W.H. (0.3f.), ..SpringHeld, N B 

Jack, L. (Bet.) Buctouche, N B 

Jack, T. C, B.A .Maitland, N S 

Johnston, J. (0.,V). Country Harb. NS 
Johnson, J. .V., B /Als.aac's Harb. N .S 

Johnstone, S Chipman, N B 

Johnstone, T. G Blackville, N B 

Laing, Robert, M.A Halif ix 

Layton, Jacob Elinsdule, N S 

I^indsay, P., B.A .. .N. Richmond, (^ 

Logan, A. P West tJornwallis 

Logan, J. A Acadia .Mines, N .S 

Lord, C. S., /J. /.'..Hamilton, Berm'a 
McClure,J.K. Chde Riv. Shel. Co. NS 
McCulloch.W., />./>.(yiVf.). Truro, N S 
McCurdy, E. A. . .Now Glasgow, N S 
McDonald, 1). . . . Port Hastings, C B 
McDonald, W. (0.3r.).Hamptoli, N B 

McDougall, A St. John, N B 

McDougall, Donald.,. We.st Bav, C B 

.McGillivray, J.D Cliftoii, N S 

McGregor, D Amherst, N S 

Mcintosh, Abraham.. St. Ann's, C B 

McKav, H. B Walhu^e, N S 

McKay, J. McG Port Elgin, N B 

McKay, K., B.A .DeBec Itichmond 

McKav, Neil Ch.itbani, N B 

McKeen, J. A., B.A. 

.McKenzie, .1. .\ Pugwash, N S 

Mclienzie, Kenneth.. .Baddcck, C B 

McKenzie. J. W Midgell, P E I 

McKnight, A. (/v./'. C<;«.). Dartmouth 
.McKinnon, Duncan . Lockeport, N S 
McLean, Alex., .V..1 ..Hopewell, N S 

Mcl.,eaii, Allan Hamilton, P E I 

McLean, H. B Locliaber, N S 

McLean, J. A.. Harvey, York Co NB 
McLean, James. . Great Village, N S 
McLean, Roderick Vallevfleld, PEI 
McLeod, A. B .. Mt. Stewart, P E I 
McLeod, A. W., f/(./>.Thorl)urn, N S 
McLeod, D.B.. />'..! . .Orwell Hd. P E I 
McLeod, H., D.D. (Bet. ).Syduey, C B 

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.Mcleod, M Loch Lomond, C B 

.Mclicod, John . Strathalhvn. P K 1 
.McLeod, J. .M Charlottetown, P E I 
McLeixl, Roderick. Strathlome, C It 
.McMillan, Angus.. Malagawutch, C R 
McMillan, Donald.Sydney Mines, C B 
McMillan, (i., B.A. Princetown, P K I 

.McMillan, John, B.D Halifax 

.McNal:, El)enezer Newport, N S 

McNeill, L. (i., M.A.. St. John, N B 
.Mcl'herHon, Tl. H., .V.A Halifax 
.McC^uarrie, H .Leitchc's Creek, C B 

.McRae, Alex Middle River, C t 

.Macrae, Donald, />./>>... St. John NB 

Mahon. A. W Marshfteld, P K I 

.Ma.son, W. A 

Maxwell, Wm Sherbrooke, N .S 

.Millar, A. P. («fO..Merigoinish, NS 
Millar, E. D., «./!.. Lunenburg, NS 
Millen, W. (Bet.).. St. Andrew's, N B 
.Morri.son, 1'. .M. (Agt.Vh.). . . . Halifax 

.Mowutt, A.J Fredericton, N B 

Mullen, J. .S Stanley, NS 

Munro, J. B., iJ..4 . . Antigonish, N S 
Murray, I., A/A.North .Sydnev C B 

.Murray, .John S\ (int^y, C B 

.Murray, J. D Bhctoiiche N B 

.Murray, T. H. Little River,H. Co NS 

Nelson, '1". A Wind.sd.-, N S 

Nichol.son, T. (AV«.).RiverCearlo,NB 
I'attersor, G., D.D. N.tJl; gow, N S 

Perry, .b hn Bridgewater, N S 

Pollok, ..., D.D. (Pro/.) .. Halifax 

(^uinn, t. C New Annan, N S 

Bobbins, John Truro, N S 

Robertson, J., M,A.\i\a.ck River. NB 

Robinson, J. .M Springhill, N S 

Rogers, A.. /;..t .. .. Yarmouth, N 8 
Hoaborough, J., .V.^.Shelburne, NS 
Rosboroiigh, S., .V..1. Sheet Ha'r N S 

Rose, John Whvcocomagh, (' B 

Rose E. (Bet.) Truro, N S 

Ross, J South Richmond, N B 

Ross, R. D Wolfville, N S 

Ross, Win., /i.. I. Prince William, N B 
Roulston, A...Murrav Harbour, PKI 

Ru-ssell, Alex Dalhousie, N B 

.Scott, Ephraiin. . . .Vew (ila.sgow, N S 
.Scott, Win.. ..North Bedcipie, P E I 

.Sedgwick, T Tetama'.'ouche, NS 

Shore, Godfrey ..... St. .Stephen, N B 

Simpson, Allan Halifax 

Simp.son, I. .S,, B.A.L. La Have, N S 
Sinclair, A. McL. . ...Springville, N S 

Sinclair, G Loch Lomond, C B 

Sinclair. Jas Folly Village, N .S 

Smith, E., B.D. .Mid. Stewiacke, N S 
Si)enser, W. H.. Montague Bdg., P E I 

.Sterling, Alex Clifton, P E I 

Stewart, A. S.West River, (^. Co. I'El 
Stewart, T. (Ord. .»/i'xx.) .Mc.\dain,NB 
Stuart, Wni..Carleton, St. John, N B 

Sutherland, Donald Galjarus, C B 

Sutlitrland, .1. A. F. .St. .(aincs, N B 
Thompson, J. (H'.C). . Durham N S 
Thompson, W. G.Harb'r Grace, Nfld 
Thomson, A. F..Batluirst \'iil., N It 
Turnbull, J. IL, .V..l.Stellarton, N B 
Valentine,.!. (0.if.)Riv'side,A.Co.Ni{ 
Waits, E. W., B.^.. ..Chatham, N B 

Foreign Mii>Hionarie^ : 
Aiinand J., 3/..I.. Santo' N. Hebrides 

Gibson .John, B.D Demarara 

Grant, K. J. .San Fc.nando, 'I'rinidad 

Hendrie St. Joseph, Trinidad 

-McKenzie, ,1. W..Efate, N. Hebrides 
.McRae, W. L..Princestown, Trinidad 

Morton J Tunapuna, Trinidad 

Robertson, A. A..Eroinanga, N. H's 

KvangeliHt : 

Lai Behari . . .San Fernando, Trinidad 

Teacherx : 

Mfss Blacka(ider..Princestown, Tr'd 
J, CorsbicSan Fernando, Trinidad 




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MioM A. Henipli. Tuiiapitna.Trinidad 
MIhh Co|)vlan(l . . .San Fernando, Trin. 

SYNOD OK MONTREAL AND 

OTTAWA. 

H<-v. J. Watson. /V..1., Huntingdon, t;., 

CU-rk. 

Ami, Marc dttawtt, O 

AndurHon, D. (Ilet.) LeviB, (^ 

Andrew, Joseph MiddleviUe, O 

ArniHtronK, W.D., Ph.D., Ottawa, O 

Haillie, .1. K WoodlandH, (> 

Itain, W., h.I) Kin^rston, () 

Uullantvne, W. D., li.A Ottawa 

UanOay, .JunieH, ti.A Montreal 

Bayne, li. Duiilopifl. .4 .. Morrisburji' 
Uayne, O.T.. .. KaiuMay's (."orners, O 
Uennett, .J., fl. .-1 . . Cote de Neijren, i; 

Bennett,, ,)ohn, D.D Almonte, (t 

Hennett, ThoH . . Mon4:real 

lii' rel', J. \. Oi\l. iilins) Plantajf<'ntt 
HlaK^l,\',W. li.A., Forrester 8 KallH.O 

ISoui'liuni, T. A Mo.itreal 

Roiidreau, M. V .. ..New (Jlasrow, Q 
Boyd, .1. M., />'./>... Beaui'harnois, (; 
Breniner, Oeorjfe.. .. White Lake, O 

Burnet, .John S M.'U'tintown, (» 

Burnfield, O., «./>.... Brock ville, O 

Calde: . .Jonn .\. (i Lancaster, O 

Oameron, llu>;h HalKsville, O 

Canipliell. .1, M.A .Cote Ste. Antoine 

(Jamphell, .JohnC Dou(,'las, O 

('ain)il)ell, Neil .... Port Llnisley, O 
Cami)hell, \i.,M.A., />./>. .Montrt.al 

Can\i)hell, K., D.Sc Renfrew, O 

Canning, \V. T. (Ret.).. Lutherville,0 

Cavan, Wni Buckinjfhain, (^> 

Christie, W. M., M.A. (lli't.) Ottawa 
Clarke, (J. M . .. New iidinliurtfh, () 

Clark, W. B. {lict.) Quebec 

Cook, John, D.D. {lift.) t^uehee 

^.THiack, Jius., Ji. A Lachine, (^i 

Ooull, (ieo., Jf..' Sylvestre, (J 

Coussirat,D.M.,C.y. '/V«/.)Moi'treal 
Cromt)ie, Jas. Myles. .CuinherlaMd,^ 
Cronihie, Joht), iW...-!. Smith's Fads,0 
Cruikshank.W. Ji.A. Ft. St. Chas., o 

Cruchet, Alfred M ..treal 

Dewey, Finlay M.,M.A . . . .Montreal 

Doudiet, Cha«. A Montreal 

Duolos, R. V Montreal 

EdmoiKison, John 15. , . ..Vhnonte, O 

Fairlie, John L'Orivfnal, O 

Farries, Francis W Ottawa,0 

Ferguson.J. D ,/i..4. Windsor Mills.Q 

Ferfjuson, J .Sawyerville, Q 

Ferifuson, Wm Kirk Hill, O 

Finlay, D.,if.^.(On?.A/w.) Cantley.O 

Fleck, James, li.A Montreal 

Forlong, Wm Lachute, il 

Fraser, .Janies, li.A Cushin^;, O 

Fraser. John (liet.) Montreal 

Gamble, Robt., li.A . . . Wakefield, q 

Oan'lier, Joseph Ooulonjfe, y 

Oeddes, Wm Russell, O 

Glassford. T. S., B.A . .Richmond, O 

<J'ahani, John H Bristol, Q 

«<rant, John V., li.A Dunbar, O 

lla.ly, J'xmes Ste. Therese, Q 

Hamilton, Robt (Jrenville, Q 

Hanran, .James (ftc(.)..lnverne.«, Q 

Ilastie, ^'.unes Cornwall, O 

Heine, ' eo. C, B..4 Montreal 

Herrid!,'e, W. 1., B.D Ottawa, O 

Hughes, Robt Vernon, O 

Internos<,'ia, .A (Ord. Min),:) Montreal 
Jenkins, J., D.I). (iJ<?f.) London, ;Cng 
Johnston, W. A. (Orrf.3fM«.)Marlow,0 

Jones, Jolm (Hei.) Montreal 

Jordan, L. H.,B.I) Montreal 

Kellcck, David Spencerville, O 

Kinnear, G., B.A.. ..Massawappi, y 

Knowles, Robt Blakeney, O 

Lamont, Hugh, D.D Marsdeii, Q 

Iwee, Archibald, /'. A . . Sherbrooke, Q 
Lefebvre, 1. Z., B.C.L Quebec- 



Lcitih, Malrolm L. . ..Valleyfleld, Q 

Jove, A.T., B.A (^uelieo 

I McAllster, .John M., /i..4 .Iroauois, O 
McArthur, (Jeo., B /I ... .Cardinal, O 
McCulloch, W. K..Kinnear's Mills, Q 

McDiarmitI, H. J Kemptville, O 

McDonald, D., .-I..*/.. Baric ton I'l., O 
McKachern, D., Ste. A. de Dunilee,t^ 
McFarlane, A. .\. Farnham Centre, i] 

Mctiillivrav, Ale.x BrfK'kville, O 

Mc(!illivray,J.,ii.^. CoteSte.Ant., O 

Mackav, .V. B .Montreal 

McKay, I>. (On/. Min^.) Metis, C; 

MiU'kie, John Lachute, y 

McKechnie, Duncan L...Mattawa, () 
McKeiizie, John . . . .Moose Creek, < > 
McKeiraclicr, Chas. M. ..Howick, 1,1 
McKibbin, R.V., /i.^LKarnham VV.,i; 
McLaren, David, ;l/..vl.Me.\an(lria, () 

McLaren, .Jolin Carj), O 

A'cLean, D. .1., B.A Arnprior, O 

McLeai', Hugh Lagueri'e, (,i 

M''Leiinan, Fiiilav . . Dunvega, , O 
McLciman, D.D. (O. ,, ) Applj llill,(^ 

Mcl.tod, .lobn, li.A Melbourne 

.McLeuO, .!(.hn R King.s\)\u'\ , i.{ 

Mcl.tod, .]..M.D Maxvill'e, i.} 

McNabb, RoViert, /.'..-LBcachlHUg, u 
McNish, Neil, />/>./>... .Cornwall, o 
Mcl'hee, Norman. Dalliiiisic .Mills, o 
MacVicar,!). U.,LL. ! . 0. 1>. Moiitrc.il 
Matheson, Alex. .. Lunnenbur,', i > 
Matheson, .John, /{.i-I.MarMntuw'i, */ 

Mathieson, Win .Stonawav , \> 

.Mathews, O. D.. /J /> mr. '.ec 

Maxwell, (ieo \l i'hree Risers 

Moffat, Robt., i>./>.W. Winchester,!) 

Moore, Win., D.D ( >ttawa, < ) 

Morrison. D. W., /i..d ..Ormstown, t^ 
Muir, J. B., A.M.. ..Huntingdon, if 
Mylne, Solomo: .... Smith's Kails, () 

NichoN, .John Montreal 

Nixon, Thomas Smith's Falls, O 

Oxiey, M. S., B.vl Moitreal 

I'aterson, D., ^.^V..St. .\ndrew's, (^ 
Patterson, A. , B.A . . ,. Egansville, O 

Patterson, Janies Montreal 

Porteou.-., Geo Toledo, O 

Pullar, James I'armersville, O 

Richards Jno. J Lyn, O 

Robertson, .James Ma<lriil, N.Y 

Rob'jrtson, Wm Hemmingford, t,) 

Ro.ss, C. B Lachine 

Ross, David Y., M.A . . .Westport, O 

Ross, James, B.D Perth, O 

liowat, Andrew Athelstane. y 

Scott. Alex. A., ^.^ .Carleton PL, O 
.•^cott, Matthew H., /J.^.Manotick.O 
Scriniger, J., M.A. (/'n/.). Montreal 
Seylaz, E. F. . .. . .Ste HyacinthL, Q 

Shearer, W. K.,£..^Fit7.ioy Harb.,y 

Shearer, Wm., B.A Norwood. O 

Sinclair, Janies Carp, O 

Smith, Geo. / GJsn S.andfieid, O 

Smyth. W. J., Ph.D Mf :itrf;al 

Stewart, Donald Newington, O 

Stewart, James . Arundel, Q 

Stewart, Robt., i?..4. North Gower, O 
Stewart, James B...Lochwinnoch, O 

Stuart, James Piescott, O 

Stew(irt, James G Baldersou, O 

SutherlaiuL James 'Tivern':ss,Q 

Tait, Janes (Itet) Ottawa, O 

Tanner, Cnas. A Levis, (^ 

Tp.ylor, Hugh P.skenham, O 

TurnbuU, J . .S.^e. L. de Oonzague, Q 

Vernier, Paul S ^iige's, <l 

Vernon, John A Dudos, l^ 

Waddell, Nathan .... Musseltown, y 
Warden, R. H. (A. CT.). . ..Montreal 
W.itsoi). James, ..4.AfHuntingdon, y 
Watson, Murray Alice, Pembroke, O 
Williams, G., B.A.H. Georgetown, (^ 
Williams, Robt., ir..4.Hintonburg, O 

White, Jos,, B.A Ottawa, O 

Wilson, James. A.M Lanark, O 

[ISO] 



SYNOD F TORONKJ AND 

KlN(JKTON. 

Rev. John Gray, M.A , P.l)., Oriiliii 

Abraham. J Whltli\ 

Acheson, S., M.A Clover hiil 

Alexander, J., M.A. (liet.)...S<,v\.i\ 

Allan, Wm NewlmrL' 

Amos, Walter AiinjiTc 

Anderson. W. .W..I. (ir.C)..(jakvill. 

Andrews, F'rancis Ketin- 

Argo, James Niir\iil 

Armstrong, W. C Hillshut- 

Aiill, John M I'alnifr-ri.r, 

Baikie, .lohn Harri-fnn 

Ballantyne. Geo Mono (.'entn 

Beattie, R. .J (Jiiflph 

Beattie, David (IWt.). . J'eterboroinrh 

Bell, Alex I'eterboroiiyli 

Bell. (ieo.. hL.D. (W.C). Kini.Mt..ii 

Bennett, Win .Sprinu'viPf 

Bickell. David Mount Furi, 

Blair, Arch., li.A Nassaga\i 

Brvaot, .las. ( \V V.) Bra-lioid 

Burnett, .1. R. S Allistoii 

BiirnH, W. (A'lt. A'/io.r Co<.).T(ir(iiifo 

Cameron, lia\ id Miipli- 

Cameron, .1., /.' D Willbnink 

Cameron, .J. .1., ^W .4 I'icki rint 

I 'aiiicron, .J. .N ToiMiit'* 

(,'ame on, J. > ., li.A 

Civnieron, AJ C, B.D Hurristun 

laiiijibell, (.'has. (lict.) Tip|-..i,t(, 

Cimpbell, .1., .W,.l., /'A i».Collin« .1 

{'arniiehael, .lames .StrariKi 

(Jarniichael, .his., M.A Norwrnl 

Caniiichael, J. A Coluiiiiity 

Carswell, Jas Bend Ui.nl 

Cavcii, W., D.D. {l'.K.C(d.).Ti,wut. 

Chambers, T. S Wolfe Muimi 

CliiUleihose, Stephen, B. /I . ..M;iili.' 

Clarke, N. (H'.C.) Lukell.].! 

Clarke, W., M.C.S. .(■ ^•.Bl•acobl■ill;:f• 
C^lt'land, .James (Bet.). . . . Port Hfi|i'' 

Cleland, Wm. (A'»•^) Toronto 

Cochrane, J. .1., M.A Thurnton 

Cockburii, E., M.A I'xbridKi 

Cooke, C. H. , B..-i BaltiiiKirc 

Colter, A.T., M.A Meatoid 

Coulthard, Walter Pictoii 

(,'raig, R. .1,, M.A Desoroiito 

(^raig, li. M, Dunbarldii 

Craig, S. S Claude 

Craigie, J. R., M.A Bobcagemi 

Craw, CJeorge Hillfiiia.i 

Crozier, Hugh Grand Vall('\ 

Cumberland J.. M.A ."^tellii 

Currie Arch., M.A Sonyii 

Currie, }lugh Pedetanguishene 

Davidson, J ohn Alinu 

Davidson, Thos., M.A Conn 

Dawson, Alex., 'I.A .. ..Oravetilunsf 

Dewar, R. (liiet.j Vrn.in 

Dickson, Jas. A. R., B.D V.aU 

Dobbin, J. ." Caledon fca,«t 

Doherty, E. A., M.A . North Kepjitl 

Drumm, A. H WaahaKo 

Dr unmond, .\. A Newcostlt 

Dv.nbar, Johu(Uet.) Dunbarton 

Duncan, W. A., M.A CI urc' :'! 

Dum ,'n, Peter Corltonit 

Duff, John (It, ;.) Eloro 

Eastman, S. H , B.A Oshaws 

Edmisoii, Henry, M.A Rothsav 

Ewing, John Mount Pleafant 

'air'iairn, R., B.A. (O.Jf.) Mildraay 
Ferguson, G,D. B.A.i Pro/.).Kina:sti)n 
Findlay, A. (Sttpt. Mtsg.) .... liarric 

Fleming, P Clarksliuri. 

borrest, Wm. {Bet.) Chathan! 

Fowhe, R Brin 

Fraser. Alexander ' )rono 

Fraser, J. B., M.D Irfith 

Fraser, James Hutton 

Fraser, K.B., M.A Bowmanvnil'. 



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[1888. ■ 1888.] 



OLEKOY. 



•ORONTO AND 

ISTON. 

,W./».,/).D.,Orilli;i, 
'.■rk. 

Whith\ 

I CMoviT liiil 

\A. (y<ef.)...Nr.rval 

Ni'wlmr;.- 

Auroiii 

.A. (H'.O..Oakvillt 

18 Keeni' 

Norval 

• Hill»biuu 

Valmer-tdii 

Hnrrist'iii 

Mono (.'fciitn 

(ilU'llill 

Uet.). . I't'teiliornuuli 

I'ett'rt>()r(iu.;ii 

). (W.C ). Kirmstnii 

iSliriii'.'v;!'" 

Mount K'iri- 

/I NuHsatfikw 

C.) liruilii.nl 

1 Alli:'t0h 

, A'/io.t CW.). Toronto 

I Maplr 

I) Milll.nink 

M A I'lckiriii- 

Toroiit'* 

, l!.A 

, 11. 1) H'.irristoii 

.{IM.) Ti.iMi,!.. 

f,.l., /'/( /J.l'olliiiw 'I 

[lies Stranti 

i., M.A Xorw'rtil 

A ('oliimii:i- 

BenilUt:" 

3. (/".A'-Co/.t/roniir 

1. Wolf'' Niaiir 

teplieii, fl./l ...Vail" 

r-.) Uuki;ti.-M 

V.S. .(■ S.Bracetiriiii:" 
(Hi-t.).. .. Port Hoi- 

lii't.) Toroii'- 

, M.A Thonituii 

il.A t'xhrulni 

.4 Baltiindii 

i.A MeatonI 

tev I'lctuK 

\.4 Desoroiito 

.... Dunbartdii 

'.' ClaiuU' 

MA ..Bobraffeoii 

, HiU!*iaic 

(Jrand Valle? 

MA *«tellii 

M.A Son.'i''' 

. . Pedetannuishene 

,1 AlllKl 

.','M.A Conn 

H.A.. ..Oravcnhuist 
. .-VTTiaii 

IV. K.','b.D (i'^lt 

Caledon fca.-t 

M.A . North Keppil 

Wimhauo 

y^^ Newcastle 

(Uet^) Dunbartni 

, M.A Clurc':'' 

CurhorTit 

.'■)'' Elora 

" ii.X (>shaw> 

ry, M.A. .... Kothsav 

. Mount Pleaf int 

B.A. (O.l/.) MiUiraa.v 

«..l.( Pro/.). Kinirstfiii 

upt. *««.) .... liarri- 

Clarksliur. 

(itet ) . . Chathari 

Brni 

,l^,,.' . . ." oron" 

M.JJ^....'. '^''^*- 

Sutton 

MA.. .. Bowmanvill' 



Kriujer, W., D.D. (Uet.) Barrie 

Krifuian, (i. E Toronto 

Kriza,"ll, Win., I'h.B Toronto 

(iailahtr, John, li.A Dufferin 

(itorKf, J. U., M.A Belleville 

iJihMon, .John, JIJ) »I)enierara 

(iilchriHt, J. K., B.A Cheltenham 

(iillieH, John Lorr>eviUe 

(;ilra.v, Ale.x Toronto 

(iirvan, Arpacl, JI.A L'Anialile 

(ilaHKfonl, U. .1. M. . . , Waubaushene 

(ir!u'f.v, Heiir.v (Jananotpii' 

(irant",(i.M,/>./>.(y'.V Co/.). KintfMton 

(Jrant, .las. A Toronto .hitiotion 

(Irunt, K. N tirillia 

tJray, Janies M IStirlinn' 

(irav, J.,3f.^., />.//(/' A'm.).Orillia 
(irt'lfK, W., D.D. (Dii)f.).... Toronto 

(iiiiin, R Arif.vle 

Haiifh, (ieorife IIeH))eli'r ' 

Hamilton, A. ALii)/..-! .. Winterltourni' ] 

lluiniltoti, J. B Sinjfhainjiton 

Hancock, Win. diet.) Parkdalc 

Hay, John, D.D t;anipbeilfor(l i 

Henry, J. K t'reeniore 

Hewitt, W. J. (0. 3/m^.). ..North Bay ; 
lliiUKton, Sainiii'l, M.A . ..Kinjfston ' 
Howie, ti. ('. (H'. liiari/f) .. Toronto ; 

Hudwon, Andrew Parry Sound 

Hunter, W. A., M.A (»raii>feville | 

Hutc'heson, .Smith Shanty Bay 

Hyile, Richard Warsaw j 

InifliK, Win. (ir. fliaiyc).. ..Toronto ] 

•lames, David Midland 

.lamiesoii, .1. ^-W/w.). .Tanisui, (Ihimi 
lainieson, W. II., M.A.. Perrvtown 

.lohnston, Joseph Ilornliy 

Kelloj;^ S. H., O.D Toronto 

Kelso, Donald Roslin 

K'liiiedy, Ale.t. (Jh't.) . .. Newcastle 

Kiiipan, A. H Clareniont 

Knox, H. {Old. MisH.). . . Moonstone 

l,aird, Kobelt Sunbury 

l,eishinan, John AntfUH 

Uslie, A , M.A Clarke 

Little, Jai.iCH^If. ihafiie) .. Toronto 

liOohead, Win Fenehm Falls 

l,owry, Thomas {lift.) .... Stratford 

HeAlpine, John Chatsworth 

.\eAulay, A., li.A ..McLaren's Depot 

McAulav, Kvan Crieff 

MeClelland, A. M., B.A .. Ashburn 

VUClelland, T. J Shelburne 

McConnell, Wm Craigvale 

MeCurdy,J.F.,/'/(./).(»'.C.I..Toroiito 

MeOiarniid, Archibald Dornoch 

McDonald, Alex., /?.il . . . .Diintroon 

McDonald. D (ilenarin 

McDonald, D. B L'x bridge 

McDonald, J. A. . . . HorninK's Mills 

Mawlcnnell, D. J., B.D Toronto 

McKwan, J Uikefleld 

McKhiiI, Alexander Calcdop 

M( Oii.lvrHy, M. M.A Kingston 

Mcllroy, Jdmei CaldweU'K Millfi 

Mclnne§, John Blantyre 

.McTutORh, D. UnionTille 

McKay, A., D.D M<-rrist<.n 

McKay.G Cartwii(tl.t 

McKay, J , B.A Agiucourt 

McKay, R. V.^M.A Parkdale 

McKee, Thou, (//ii P Sc/i<v)/#)...Barrl* 

McKei. Mf {W ch) uarrie 

VUckte, John Kingston 

McKwDZle, W. A., B.A Grafton 

McLachlin, A. 0.. BA Ix'Sfkdale 

McLaren, Alex Knnlnkillen 

McLaren, K. D., B. D Brampton 

McUren, J. J , B.D Rocklyn 

McLaren, J. B Cannlngton 

Ma-Laren. W., D D. (/Vo/).., Toronto 

Mcl.,< in, D. A Kemblr 

Mc!.,ean, M. W., M.A Belleville 

McLennan, A Owen >Sound 

Macleun n, K. ( M' ch.) Wbitby 

MoLeod, A. K Brighton 



McLecd. Donald. B A PrirevilU 

Mrl^Kl. 1). D Barrie 

McLeod, I'. Met' Toronto 

MoM'chKn, J Port Perry 

MfMlllf.n. John Wick 

Mc'- dr. Robt Darbam 

Mtl'hadeD, II. ( Wth.) Creaawell 

MrRae, D. K, /'h.B Gobourg 

McTavlNh.DHDlel. D.Sc Llndnay 

McWIIHani, yV.,M.A., LL.B.Vt. Hope 

Meikle, W Oakvllle 

Meldruni, W. ( W. c/ia;wi!)...Morrliiton 

.MiddleniiRR, Jamep. D.D Elora 

Millard. K. B. S.,M.A Lan»downe j 

Mllllcan, W Balwood ' 

MllllKan. Q. M., Toronto 

Mills, Wm. G., B.A Sunderland 

MItehell. J W., M.A Port Hope 

Montealh, K. (/'/cf. Clerk) ..Toronto 

Miiodie, Robt Stayiier 

Morrison, D,, M.A. (W?(.)OwenSouml 

Morrison, John Cedarville 

Mowat, J. B., D.D. {Pro/.) Kiiinston 

Mullan, Elias Kilsyth 

Midlan, Jnines B Fergus 

Murray, James. B.D, . . . Streetsvillc 

Mutch, John. M.A Toronto 

Noil, John, B.yi Toronto 

Neill, Robt., /)./'. {JM.).. Burnbrae 
Nicol, Alex. {Withiiut charge.) 

Nicol, Peter Albion 

Niven, D. P., B.A Dromore 

Norris, Henry Glenallan 

Orr, J. W Mono Mills 

Park, Win. {llctircU) Durham 

Parsons, Henry M Toronto 

Patter on, J. P. {IVithout cluirge.) 

Patterson , Win Toronto 

Peattie, Win. (lielired) Toronto 

Perriu, L., B.A KirktleUl 

Porter, Samnv\ (Retired) Barrie 

Rae, James W Acton 

Rcid, Walter Weston 

Held, W., D D. (Agt. Ch.).. Toronto 

Robertson, John Batli 

Rodgers, Kobt. (Ret.).. Owen Sound 

Ross, Alex., M.A Woodville 

Ross, Donald, B.D, ( 'ro/.) Kingston 

Ross, James, B.A Harwood 

Ro.ss. J. A., B.A Dundalk 

Scott, Jas. R. (Retired).. .. Cainbray 
.Si ,tt, Alex. H., M.A.. Owen Sound 

8l«verixht, Jas., B.A Huntsville 

Sinii)Son, Geo. (W. ch.) Toronto 

Smellie, George, D.D Fergus 

Smith, Jas. C, M.A.,B.D... Guelph 

Smith, Jas. K., IJ.D Gait 

Smith, Frederick Bradford 

Smith, John Toronto 

Smith, R. B Rosemont 

Smith, Wm. S Centreville 

Somerville, John, M.A. Owen Sound 

Spencer, A. (IF. cli.) Bownianville 

Striichan, Donald Rockwood 

Straith, Peter. M.A Holstein 

Steele, Jacob, B.A Rylstonc 

Stewart, A. C Belmore 

Stewart, John Keady 

Stewart, Wm. {Retire(f) Toronto 

Stuart, James (W. eh.) Toronto 

Sutherland, D., M.A.... Warkworth 

Sym, F. P Wiart<in 

Tail, Donald, B.U Berlin 

Tliom, L W Arthur 

Thompson, D. A Hastings 

Torrance, E. F., M.A Peterboro' 

Torrance, Robt., D.D. (ifef.).. Guelph 

Turnbull, M. (Ord. Mis^.) Mindeu 

Wallace, Robt Toronto 

Wallace, Vf.G.,B.D... Georgetown 

Wardrope, Thos., D.O Guelph 

White, Wm. (Retired) Peterboro' 

Wilkie, J., M.A. (Miss.) Indore, India 
Wilkins, Wm. Thos., B.A .. .Treuto., 
Williamson,J.,A/../).(/'ro/.) Kingston 
Wilson, Andrew Markdale 

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Wilson, Andrew (W. ,h.) Toronto 

Wilson, Thoinaa Tottenham 

WiNuii, Thomd8(/^f.) Toronto 

Windell, W.C. (Retired) Lotus 

Wishart, David Madoc 

Veomans, (J. A., M.A. Harrowsmlth 

Young, Alex Napanee 

Ycning, SU'|>hen CnfTord 

Young, W. C. (Retired) Toronto 

SYNOD OF HAMILTON AND 

LON D(JN. 

Rev. W. (. o(l.r.i!i',>. D., Brantfoid, 
Clerk. 

Abraliani, R. H BurliiiLjton 

Achesoii, Samuel Kijipen 

Alexander, T.. M.A . (/W.).. Mohawk 
Anders'Ji), J. A., li.A .. Wliiteclnircli 

Anderson, John Tiverton 

Anderson, John Ailsa Craig 

Archibidd, F. W., /'A.O. .St. Thonnis 

Ball, W. 8 Vanneck 

Hallantyne, J London 

Ballantyne, F Walton 

Barr, Matthew (Retired) Seaforth 

Battisby, J. R., PhD Cliathain 

Benmer, A Petioleft 

Beattie, D. M., 3A./I .Goble's Corners 
Beattie, F. R., /'h.D,, />./J.Biantford 

Becket, John Tliaine.Hville 

Bell, .l.yf..M A Ni.igara 

Black, JaiuKe (/if/.) Hamilton 

Boyd, James Crossbill 

Boyle, W. H. W. , B.A Paris 

Brown, George Wroxeter 

Brown, J. A., B.A Belmont 

Burson, (Jeorge St. Catharines 

Cameron, Charles Arinow 

Cameron, D. (Orrf.jl//'.«.)Maiiitowaning 

Cameron, D. G Dungannon 

Cameron, Hugh (Ret.) W.itlord 

Cameron, Lachlan Thaiiiesford 

Campbell, Isaac LLstowcll 

Campbell, J Granton 

Campbell, .1.,B.A.((ird.M.)(inrc. Bay 

Carriere, S. A Brewster 

Carruther.s, Samuel Kirkwall 

Caswell, A. K Clanbro.ssil 

' Cathcart, J, W Straliane 

Chambers, H.(j>f/v)(.)Erzeroum, Turkey 
Chiniquy, C. (Ord. jWi,-x.)St. Anne, III. 

; Chrystal, George Avontoii 

Cochrane, Vf., D.D Brantford 

Croll, R. M Simcoe 

] Crombie, George St. Ann's 

I Currie, Arclid Duart 

j Currie, Donald Wallaceburg 

Currie, Hector, .B.i4 Tliedford 

I Currie, D., B.D Glencoe 

Currie, John Clachan 

; Currie, Peter, (»K. ch.). . . . Strathroy 

I Cuthbertson, George Wyoming 

Davidson, Duncan Langside 

I Doak, Win. {IV. ch.) Sarnia 

I Duft, Daniel Malcolm 

Duncan, J. B Paisley 

Kadie, John . . Plnkerton 

Eakiu, J. B. (if. ch.) Windham 

Farquhafrson, Wm * Oungah 

Fenton, S. (Retired) liarley 

Ferguson, J., M.A., B.D.. ..Clieslev 

Fisher, S W West Plamboro' 

Fleming, Win. M Essex t^entre 

Fletcher, Colin, M.A Exeter 

Fletcher, D. H Hamilton 

Forrest, David Bayfield 

Forrest, Wm Tdbury Centre 

Frascr, Mungo, M.A Hamilton 

Galloway Wm.. .Dorchester Station 
Gauld, John (IV, ch.) . .. .Hamilton 

Ooidsiiiith, Thos Hamilton 

Gordon, Daniel Harrington 

Gordon, Jas. (W. ch.) I^ndon 

Gourlay, James, M.A .. ..Port Elgin 
Graham, Win. (Uet.) Egmondville 





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Grant, A 8t. Miiry'H 

OmiiI, Alex, (lift.) LiickiKiw 

Oray, Joliii WlndHor 

(iray, Uobt KIiiIohh 

llaiiiilton, J. A.,M.A Lyncdoih 

IlHiiiiltoii, J. U WardNvilli^ 

lialiillU)!), Itolit Motliurwt'll 

Haiiiia, W. O., 11. A Tarn 

HiuUii'.J. H Ayr 

Hartliy, Altix. Y Hluoviilt! 

Ileiuli ittnii, Alex Hyilo Park 

HendcrHdii, A., Af.A Atwond 

JJcndtTKoii, J. S Woiidigo 

Unme, IU)l>t., Af.A Ai koiia 

■liiiiicM, John, I). I) Walkorton 

JiilniKou, 1). Oil SpriiigH 

JuhnxttiM, John Ivan 

JohiiHton, J. K., M.A AlviuHton 

JoncH, SaMiuul(/iff.) UniHNRla 

Ray, John Milvrrton 

King, Wni. (lietired) liuxton 

Lnfont^iine, C Sto. Annu, 111. 

Laidhiw, U. J., LL.D Huiuiliun 

LniiiK, John, D.D Dnndaa 

Law, George Bidgrave 

l.«a«k, Kohert St. Helen's 

Lef H, John Parkhill 

Leitch, Kobeit Point Edward 

Ijinlon, A. K., if. A., A 7^. TecHwatcr 

Little, JaniL'8 Princeton 

liochcad, John S., M,A .. .. Parkhill 

Logie, John V'alotta 

Lvle, Saninel, li.l) Hamilton 

M'cAdani, ThoH Strathrov 

MoAlnion, John (IK. ch.).... 

UcClung, J Shakespeare 

McUolI, Aligns Chatham 

McConechy , A. W Port Stanley 

McConnell, Jas. A.(]\^.ch.) Delaware 

MoOov, Joscj)h Egniondvillc 

McCuaig, F. F Wolland 

Mi'Cutcheon, Jas Cornnna 

WfDianiiid, Neil(II'. e;i.)Elniira, 111. 

McDonald, A. D Healorth 

McDonald, C. D., B.D Thorold 

McDonald, John A Brigden 

McDonald, Kenneth Kintall 

McEwan, Jas. (fV. ch.) London 

McFaiiano, John Pine Kiver 

McGillivray, D Lipndon 

McGregor, M. M. A Tilsonburg 

McGuire, Thos. (i','. ih.) .. Hamilton 
Mclntyrc, D.,Af./l.,f/(.D.Beamaville 

Mdnlyre, II Tansley 

McKav, Angus Lucknow 

McKav, G. L., D.D. (Afi«8.)..Tamsui 

McKay, U. V).(l{ctired) Toronto 

McKay, Wni. A., B.A Woodstock 

McKcBzie, A. (IK. ch.)... Kincardine 

McKcnzie, Alex Lucknow 

M('Kenzie, A. F. (Ort/. Jfws.) Tarbcrt 

McKibbin, W. M Millbank 

McKinley, W Innerkip 

McKiunon, Neil Mosa 

McKnight, R., B.A Dunnville 

McLean, Archd Blyth 

McLennan, D. H., Jlf./l.. .Thesaalon 

MelxMinan, George Camlachie 

Mcljeod, Angus Quoenhill 

McLintocJt, Jno. W Maitdaanun 

Mc-Millan, Alex AuUurn 

McMillan, Duncan (IK. C.).. London 

McMillan, John Glainmis 

McMuUen, \V. T Woodstock 

McNabb, John {Retired)... Lucknow 
McNaughton, D. {O.M.) Bruce Mines 
MePherson, T. (Itctired)... Stratford 

.McQuarrie, Hector Wingham 

McQueen, Aaiuii F Ripley 

^:^;Rae, Donald B Cranbrook 

.McRobie, John (IK. ch.).. . . Petrolia 

McRobbie, G. G Ridgetown 

McTavish, W. S .St. George 

Malcolm, James Underwood 

Martin, Wni. M Exeter 

Milloy . Jol\n Crinan 



Moore, John, M.A AUenford 

Mordy, J., Af.A Nlag. Falla 

, Mulr, Thonias Foidwi(di 

Munro, U., M.A Embro 

Munro, John M Kintore 

Murray, J. A London 

Murray, John O ..Grimsby 

Murray, J. \,., M.A Kimiardine 

MuHgrave, Peter Seafoith 

Myers, Kobort Norwich 

Pantcm, E. W Stratford 

Paradis, Jos. 11 Arnhurtsbnrg 

I'eatcholl, T. H Wellandport 

Paterson, Nathaniel Hanover 

Pettigrew, Robt., M.A.. Qlenmorris 

Porteous, Jid)n (lietired) Gait 

Pritchard, James Forrest 

Proudfoot, J. J. A., D.D.. ..L(mdon 
ItaniHay,D.M.,/(..4.,i<.0.,Limdesb'gh 

RaUdiHe, J. H St. Cath.irines 

Rees, W. D Blacklieath 

Rennie, John Ailsa Craig 

Robertson, Wm W.iterdown 

Ilcd)ert8on, Win., M.A .. Chesterdeld 

Rodgcrs, E. B Sault Ste. Marie 

Roger, Walter M., 3/.^ London 

Ross, John, II. A Bruiisels 

Ross, H. C Ancaster 

Rosa, P. R Ingersoll 

Kusscll, Alex Both well 

Sawers, E. II Wilton Grove 

•Scott, John B Leamington 

Scott, John, /).£>. («f<imO Pt. Elgin 

Scott. Robt Brooksdale 

Scott, Peter Ciomarty 

Siini)R(m, I. 11 Brucelleld 

Sinclair, Henry Riitherford 

Sinclair, R, ! Mohawk 

Smith, Jas. (3f(.'<.'i.)Alni'cdiiagar,Iuilia 

Stevenson, Arch'd Molesworth 

Stewart, Alex., B.A Clinton 

Stewart, A Shakespeare 

Sutherland, Alex Ri pley 

Sutherland, George Fingal 

Sutherland, W. R, {net'd) Stratliburn 

Tallach, Thos., M.A Dresden 

Taylor, J, B. [Retired) Blvtli 

T\hh,3.i:..M.A.,B.D. Cole's Corners 

Thompson, John, />./> Sarnia 

Thomson, John, D.D., M.A .. ..Ayr 
Thomson, R. Y., Af,/l.,;i./^..Hensall 

Thynne, R Port Dover 

Tolmic, Andrew Saugeen 

TuUy, A. P Mitchell 

TurnbuU, J. A., LL.R.. . .St. Ma.y's 

Ure, Robert, i:>.Z> Goderich 

Urquhart, Alex Cowal 

Waddell. A. W Blenheim 

Walker, Win Chatham 

Walker, R. P Elfrida 

Wardrope, David {Ret.)... Teeswater 

Wells, John, M.A Jarvis 

Wright, J. K. (Miss.) 

Wright, ""ter, D.D Stratford 

Wylie, Win Paris 

Young, John, iV..^.. Niagara Falls S. 

SYNOD OF MANITOBA AND THE 
NORTH WEST TERRITORIES. 

Rev. D. B. Whimster, Winnipeg, 
Clerk. 

Anderson, D Carberry, M 

B.iird, A. B., H.D Rogina, Assa 

Bell, Allan.. .. Portige la Prairie, M 
B'lrthwick, H. J., M.A.. Mordeu. M 

Brown, John Menota, M 

Brown, Robt Deloraine, M 

Bryce, G., ILD. (Prof.) Winnipcg.M 

Bryden.C. W., M.A Selkirk, M 

Cairns, John Marringhurst, M 

Cameron, A. H Banff, B C 

Campbell, A.. .. Prince Albert, Sask 
Campbell, D. (Miss.).. Headingly, M 
Chisholiu, J.A., JS.4 ..Kamloops, BC 
Currie, A Virden, M 

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Douglas, ./allies M Biandun, M 

Douglas, James Starlmck| M 

Duncan, James Haniiota, M 

Dunn, A AlherHl, V I 

Dustan, J. F., D.A Brandon, M 

Fanpiliarson,J.,/;.<4. Pilot Mmind.M 

Flett, George Okaiiasi'.M 

Fotherlngham, J Oreiifell, Ash.i 

Fraser, D Vlcloria, U ( 

Eraser, H.W.(').A/.)..Ft.WiIliiiMi,()nt 
Eraser, S. (,'. (IK. rh.). .. Branddn, M 

Gardiner, ,1. M Buttleford, Hi>sl< 

Geddes, J tin Cathcarl, .\ W f 

Gordon, M. R. (Miu ).. Ind. IM., Aasu 

Goudie, Robert Carlyle, Assu 

Gow, R., IS. A llartiicy, M 

Haig, Alex., M.l> (flciilHn;), M 

Hall, W. .). (A/iM.) Munis, M 

Hamilton, A., II. A . .QuAppdli', Ansa 
Hamilton, J., M.A.. ..Sniiiiysidc, .M 
Hnrgrave, J. (Miss.). Ft. Frai'icis, om 
Hart,T.,Jf.^.,/(. />.(/•/) Winnipcg.M 
Herald, James.. Medicine Mat, Assi 
Herdman, J. C, fi./.>. .Calgary, Alta 

Hodges, D. H Oak I.iko, M 

Hodnett, Will Blitlc, ,M 

Janiie.son, R. (Wci.l.N. Westiii'str, HC 
Jatl'iay,J.A.,//..-l.,Spillaiiiiiclie('ii,H:; 
.Tardine, H., /J-.S'i;. .Prince Alb., Sask 

Kelly, J. M Strathcnie, M 

King, J.M.,/> D. (I'rin.^ Winnipeg, M 

Lantrow, David Oartwriglit, M 

Lawrence, James Stoiicwidl, M 

Lockliart, O. (Miss.). . .Manincltc, M 

McArthur, J Shoal Lake, M 

McFarlane, Alex Baliiiorii!, M 

McKay, Hugh Broadview, Assa 

.McKay, John Stratiidair, M 

McKav, John Prince Albert, Sisk 

M(!Kellar, Hugh Higli HluH, M 

McKenzie, Malcolm Monlen, M 

McKillop, Charles.. Lethbrid^e, Alia 

.McLaren, A., II. A Siinnglield, M 

McMillan, D. (0. Af.).. Wapella, Assa 
McQueen, D.G.,yi. /I. .Edmonton, .\lta 

McRae, D Victoria, HC 

SIcRae, Farquhar .McGiCf^or, .M 

McTavish, Alex Ch.iter, M 

Marsh, S. M. (Afiss.) 

Matheson, A. (Miss). . . .Troy, N W T 

Moore, W. S Yorktoti, A.s-ia 

Mowatt, John Newdalc, M 

Murray, S. C Neejiiiwa, M 

Nairn, R., M.A.. ..Rat Portage, Out 

Nicholl, W Moosoniiii, .Vssa 

Ogilvie. A., B.A ... Wolseley, N W T 

Omand, W. U., IS.A Souris, M 

Patterson, G.C., A/. .(l..Chilliwack,liC 

Pitblado, C. B Winnipeg, M 

Poison, Samuel Nelson, M 

Pringle, J., B.A... Port Arthur, Out 
Quinn,J.C.,Af...4.,/^/i.i>. .Enieison.M 

Robertson, A Pine Creek, All.i 

Robertson, J. (Sl(/)^Afiss.)WinIliIlegM 

Robsoii, Alex Qn'Appelle, Assa 

Ross, D. (Mils.) Murilla, Onl 

Ross, Walter R Cariniii, M 

Rowaiid, W. L., B.A., P.la Prairie, M 
Russell, W. D. (lift.). ..Winnipeg, M 

Scouler, T New Westminster, ItC 

Simpson, J. L Binscarlh, .M 

Smith, Alex Cadurcis, M 

Speiice, W. H Kildonan, M 

Stalker, Diiilel, B.D.. Gladstone, M 

Sutherland, J. M Roseland, M 

Tait, A Langley, B C 

Taylor, S. J., M.A. .Moose Jaw, Assa 
Tnomson, Thos. G.... Vancouver, H (' 
Tibb, R.C.,Af.^..FortMcLeod, Alia 

Todd, James Minnedosa, M 

Townsend, J. A.. Af.^L ..Manitoii, M 

Tuncansuiciye, Sol Beiilali, M 

Urquhart, Alex Regiiia, Assa 

Wallace, W. D. (Afws.). Doni. City, M 
Wellwood, J., B. A.(Ret.) . .Min'osa, M 
Whimster, D. B. (0. AL).. Winnipeg, M 



1888.] 



CLEKOY. 



i;i3 



FORKIQN MISSIONS. 

I. MIKMIONS TOTIIH INDIANS IN MAN!- 
Tlin.V AND TllK NOBTII-WKHT. 

li.v .1. SIrKiiy .. MiHtawaH-HlHlloHLTVo 
" Ut'ofKn Klolt OknniiMU 

• Sol.'riiiic»iiHul(lyu..Hlr<lTiillCr 

■ ir. M.^Kiiy .Cr'k'.l LakeM.lliMv'w 

" A. Camplifll I'riiii'ti Allxift 

" H. .Idih'm.. KouikI l,aki', H'virw 

' O. A. I,aii-cl, II. A .. A.'nU'.'H IIi'h. 

■ W. H. Moorf, /;. .I..IMa|M,fs llfs. 
I).n.McViiar,/<..l..('r.iwStaii(| 

• A. H. Hair.l, .W..I., II. D. (I'riii. 

Inil. .SV/'.).. Ldiix l^ikc, Ik'y'a 

TKAIIIK.KH, 

Mr J G. HiirK«H.s....Hlnl Tail Creek 
' Ml'. M. AiuliTHtiii. . .. K<lni(iiitoii 
■' J. A. Laiutt'r..()kaiiaHii, .Str'riair 
' .John .Mi'Lean Iiulian lli'ail 

• H.N. TdiMH, Kili-llillH, Kt. gii'Ai>. 
MisH Rose., I'iaiKit's Kcnitvi', Ki'ulna 

■' W riKlit I'ortaKt) la I'rairio 

II.— TIIK NHW IIKIIItlDKH MIHHION. 

I!i\ . J. W. McKeiizii! Kfato 

" JoHL-|ih Aniiaiid Santo 

" H. A. Ilotiei'tson. ... KiTomaiitfa 

Ten other inissioiiarifs on tlif New 
lltbrMes Islands are siipjiorted, re- 
•pectively, liy the Free ('hiirch of 
Notland, tlie I'l'eshytei'ian Church 
if Victoria, Ta.sinania, New Zealand, 
iit:i>fo, anil South Au.stralia. 

III.— WKUT INDIKW AND DKMKKARA 
MIHHION. 

Ifcv. J. Morton. ...Tunapuiia, Trin'd 
" K. J.CJrant, San Fernando, " 
■' Ul Hehari, 

" W. L. Macrae, Princestown, " 
' J.Hendrft, St .Josejih, I'.P.Scot. 
Catechintn : 
.1. Annajec. Tilaksinj,'. 

li. Smlaphal. C. C. Sovden. 

Tcachi'm : 
Miss Blackiuldcr. Dipdiand. 
" Copelund. Ah. Lincoln. 
" Seniple. (iilhort Heaver. 

Mr. J. Corsbie. Thouia.s (iraiit. 
Harnaragan. 

IV.— MI.S.SION TO CHINA. 

ii'V.G. h. McKay, D.D Tamsni 

" John Jaiiiieson Tamsni 

Native Ministers: 
i;.v. Tan He. 
" Giani Cheng Hna. 

V. — MISHION TO CKNTRAL INDIA. 

Ilcv. J. Fraaer Canifibell Rutlam 

" John Wilkie, ,1/..^ Iiuloro 

" .Joseph Builder, B A.. .. Mhow 
" W. A. Wilson, M.A.. Neeiuuch 

" K C.Murray, li.A I'.j.jaiii 

Lady Missionaries : 

Miss Rodgers Indorc 

■' M<!Gregor (on furlough). " 

■' I. Ross " 

■' Be,ittie, JIf. Z) " 

• M. Oliver, M.D " 



9Ietho(IlatCliiircliorCaiia«la* 

TORONTO CONFERENCE. 
[tev. A. Carman, D.D., \ General 
Rfv. J. A. Williams, D,D., ) Suptn. 
Rev. John Potts, VD., President. 
Rt;v. H. Johnson, M.A., B.D., Secy. 
Rev. John A. Bedditt, 1 . • , „» 
Rev. Wm. T. Hicks, - ^t'^fnZ, 
ff. Kennedy, E.sq.. j ■^«'««<«'-'«'^'- 
rii;v. E. Barrass, M.A.,Jouriutl Sec'y. 

Ablis, George Shelburne 

.VMLson, Peter Uxbridge 

.\nilrews, W. W Toronto 



ArkeN, Stephen A.. ..Utile Current 

Ariimtropg, A. (Sup'd) Meaford 

AriiiHtrong, John B Haina 

Aslifon, .1. .1., //..I Laurel 

Bacon, William (ll'i//ioij« station). 

Baker, Is.i.ic Collliigwood 

Barker, William A Streetsvillo 

Bar! .veil, J. H., /;. /I. (JK.A'.) Toronto 

Harkwell, W. J,, II. A Islington 

Birr.iss, Edward, M.A Hampton 

Itiirtley, Tliciinas E Doyereotirt 

Baskei"ville,.).^S'»i('dJ.Maiiitowaniiig 
Bedloiil, .1. {Fin. .SVc.)..Hnice .Mines 

Bedford, A Umiigtoli 

Bee, Will. (Sup'd) Toronto 

BeiiHiHi, .Manly Toronto 

Beyiiiiii, George (Sup'd) ,. . Braliiptou 

Bey IK 111, R. B Cookstown 

Bishop, O. J Toronto 

Blaekstock,Win. 8. (.Su^W)- -Toronto 

Blansliard. Sheiii Palgravo 

Biiotli, William B Rosemont 

Bowles, R. v., II. A At College 

Boyle, Itobert (.Si/H'(i)-' • • Brampton 

Briggs, William, D.D Toronto 

Brown, George .Schomherg 

hrown, W. P Lemonville 

Brown, Alfred Alliston 

Brown, Hugh A Seagravo 

Brown, George M Pickering 

Browne, G. (C/iai'/-»irtii.) P'^ry Sound 
Burns, Robert N., U.X ..GravenhuiHt 
Caldwell. J. T, M.A., B.D.. Laskay 

Campbell, Peter Malton 

Caiuphell Thos Thornhill 

Cannom, J. W AUandale 

Gather, Wm. (Sxip'd) Toronto 

Cattanach, D Sutton West 

Chantler, William M Wyevalo 

Chapman, J. A., M.A — Unioiiville 

Clarke, George Penstanguishene 

Clarke, H. ((Viau'imin).. ..Huntsville 
Clappison, I). Q. (Sup'd) ...Toronto 
Cochran, Geo., />»./>.. Japw Collei;e 

(locking, Charles s;>'d/iioV - 

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