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UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH

AY 42.0 M8/18JI

Darlington .Alemorial JLibrary

THE

Montreal almanack,^cap

LOWER CANADA

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REGISTER,183&BEING FIRST AFTER LEAF YEAR.

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MONTREAL:PRINTED BY ROBERT ARMOUR,!

PRINTER TO TUB ZINOS HOST EXCELLENT MAJESTT TOR TBS TISTRIC OF XCXTKEAL,

AND SOLD BY THE BOOKStem'

1828.

AYS.

MarchJune

11. 10.

13.

12

September...^. 18. 10 December... 16. 18. 19,

MOVEABLE FEASTS.Septuagesima Sunday, Feb. 15 Mar. 1 Quinquagesima do

Low SundayRogation SundayAscension Day Whit SundayTrinity Sunday

April

26

Ash WednesdayMidlent Sunday

March 4 March 29April 12 April ]9

May 24 May 28June 7 June 14 Nov. 29

Palm SundayEaster day

Advent Sunday

FETES D'OBLIGATION IN THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.All

Sundays; Circumcision day, Jan. Annunciation of B. V. Mary, Mar. 25cension day,

;

May 28

;

Pentecost, June

1st; Epiphany, Jan. 6 Easter, April 19 ; As7 ; Trinity, June 14 ;St, 1

Fete Dieu or Corpus Christi day, June 18 ; St. Peter and Paul, June 29 ; Dedication, July 18 ; All Saints day, Nov. Conception of B. V. Mary, Dec. 8 ; Christmas, Dec. 25. SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC.cp Aries, head, y Taurus, neck. Gemini, arms.breast.

O

5 Cancer,

l Leo, heart, Virgo, belly. 5: Libra, reins. Scorpio, secrets. 171frj}

/]jf>.

Sagittarius, thighs.

Capricornus, knees, Aquarius, legs.Pisces, feet.

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RISING AND SETTING.

At

four days oldtill,,

it

sets

at,

and

about 10 at night. 17 at | after 8 about about 5 11 18 10 about about 12 19 6 11 about 20 12 7 at near 1 in the morning. 1 5, at full, it rises about 6 in the evening. N. B. This table is sufficiently accurate for the purpose it wanted that of ascertaining moonlight evenings.shines

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COMMENCEMENT OF SPRING.Spring.

Summer. Autumn.

enters Sun "

"

Winter.

cp the 20th March, at Sh. 43ni. P. at lh. 14m. P. 23 the 21st June, Sept. =Cb the 23d at 3b. 23m. A. at 8h. 25m. P. VF tlie21st Dec-

M. M. M. M.

DURATION OF THE SEASONS.Spring92 days, 22 hours,93 days, 13 hours, 89 days, 15 hours, 2 hours, 89 days,

Summer Autumn

Winter

51 minutes. 7 minutes. 50 minutes. 2 minutes.

OF THE CHANGES OF THE MOON.

Many persons, understanding that the mean time between one new Moon and another is 29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes and afraction, imagine that, to find the full or quarters of the Moon, they have only to add a half or fourth part of that time ; and when they do not find the changes marked in the Calendar to correspond with this method, they impute it to mistake in the calculation of those changes. It is therefore, necessary to put them in mind, that the great inequality of the Moon's motions renders the above rule extremely inaccurate, so that nineteen times in twenty, it must fail in giving the true conjunction or change.

ECLIPSES OF THE SUN AND MOON FOH 1829.

Of Fourbevisible atI.

eclipses

which

will take place this year, one only will

Montreal.

20th March. The Moon will be eclipsed, but to us invisible. Sd April. The Sun will be eclipsed but also invisible. III. 12th September. An eclipse of the Moon, visible at Montreal, beginning at Oh. Sim. the middle at lh. 43m. and the end at 55m. the whole duration 2h. 24m. Digits eclipsed 6* 2h. 5' on the Moon's southern limb. IV. Sept. 27th The Sun eclipsed but to us invisible.II.

A TIDE

TABLE FOR THE HARBOUR OF QUEBEC

Age of

the

TIMES OF HIGH WATER, ON THE DAYS OF NEW AND FTJLL MOON, AT DIFFERENT PLACES OF THE RIVER ST. LAWRENCE.At Seven Isles At Caouy ManicouaganBetsiamitesI

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PortNeuf. Tadoussac

2 2|..2|

Pot a l'eau de vie Malbaie Baie St. Paul Cap Tourmente

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4 4$5J

Quebec

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EXPLANATION OF THE CALENDAR.column contains the days of the Month, the second, the days of the "Week, the third, the Holidays, Feasts, Festival* and Memorable days, and the fourth, the rising and setting of thfirst

The

Sua

XU1

JANUARY.FIRST

MONTH COMMENCING ON THURSDAY.THIRTY-ONE DAYS.

New MoonFirst Quarter

Full

Moon

Last Quarter

5th day, lOh. 5m- Morning. 12th day, 2h. 24m. Morning. ISth day, 7h. 23m. Evening. 2.th day, Ob. 27m. Morning.

The

enters

the 20th, at

ft.

0 m. A.

M.THE SONrisessets

CALENDARB1

G

Of Feasts,(

Festivals and

Memorable Days.. .

Th

ircumcision

Fete d'Obligationafter Christmas.

2 Fr 8 Sa 4 Su Second Sunday5

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M

6 7

Tu Epiphany

WM

Fete d'Obligation

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.

.

8 Th Lucian Battle of New 9 Fr 10 Sa Stamp Act passed 176511

17 IS 18 19 IS 20 21

Orleans, 1815

Su

Tu Hilary 14 Peace ratified, 1784 15 Th 16 Fr 17 Sa 18 Su Second Sunday after Epiphany 19 20 Tu St. Fabian 21 Agnes Louis XVIII. beheaded, 1793 22 Th Battle of Frenchtown, 1813 . .

12 13

First Sunday alter Epiphany Amnesty at Paris, 1816

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.

.

.

WM

S7 36 35 34S3

22 22 23 2425 26 274 28

S23131

30 29

W

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23 Fr 2* Sa 25 Su Third Sunday after Epiphany 26 Conversion of St. Paul 27 Tu Duke of Sussex born, 1773 23 Henry VIII. died, 1547 29 Th King George IV. accession, 1620 20 Fr King Charles I. Martyr, 1649 SI Sa Kiug George IV. proclaimed, 1620

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2S 27 25 25 24 23 22 2019 18 16 15

4 4 4 4 4

29 29 3031

22

5 33

4 34 4 35 4 36 4 37 4 38 44 4

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4 4

FEBRUARY.SECOND MONTH COMMENCING ON SUNDAY.TWENTY-EIGHT DAYS.

New MoonFirst Quarter

3d day, 9h,

7m.

Full

Moon

East Quarter

10th day, 2h. 29m. 18th day, 2h. 21m. 26th day, 3h, 26m.

Evening. Evening.

EveningEvening.

The

enters

}{

the 1S*A, at SA. ZOm. P.

M

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MARCH.THIRD MONTH COMMENCING ON SUNDAY.THIRTY-ONEDAYS.

New MoonFirst Quarter

Full

Moon

5th day, 7h. 48m. 12th day, 4h. 55m. 20th day, Sh. 57m.

Last Quarter

2Sth day, 2h. 25m.

Morning. Morning. Morning. Morning.

The

@ enters cp

the 20th, at

U.

4Sb. P.

M.THE SUN

CALENDAROfFeasts, Festivals

and Memorable

days. rises31

sets.

Quinquagesima Sunday. Chadwick Shrove Tuesday Ash Wednesday Battle of Barossa, 1S11Perpetua 1st Sunday.. .

St.

David

10

39 30

2S 27 25 236

3233 35 37 38

2221ID5

in

Lent

39415 5

1011

Tu

W

181716 14 12 10

42

12

Th Gregory Martyr

IS Fr 14 Sa French defeated by Admiral Hotham, 1795 15 Su 2d Sunday in Lent 16 17 Tu St. Patrick

43 44 46 5 485 5

M

1819

W

Edward, King

of

West Saxons2

Th

50 52 54 56 58

20 Fr Moon eclipsed, invisible 21 Sa Benedict 22 Su Sd Sunday in Lent 23 24 Tu Queen Elizabeth died, 1601 . Annunciation, Fete d'Obligation 25 26 Th 27 Fr Charles I. reigns 23 Sa 29 Su 4th Sunday in Lent

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59 51 56 55 5251 50

45.

7 9Id It 13 14 16

SO 31

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Tu

49 47 46 44

APRIL.FOURTH MONTH COMMENCING ON WEDNESDAYTHIRTY DAYS.

New MoonFirst

Quarter

Full

Moom

Last Quarter

3d day, 5h. 57m. 10th day, 9h 13m. 19th day, In. 2;m. 2bth day, lOh. lm.

Evening. Evening. Morning. Morning.

The

enters

y the 20th, at Ah. 12m. A.

M.

fe

ivn

MAY.FIFTH

MONTH COMMENCING ONTHIRTY-ONE DAYS.

FRIDAY.

New MoonFirst Quarter

Full

Moon

Last Quarter

Ed day, 3h. Sm. Morning. ICthday, 2h. 42m. Evening. lSthday, 2h. 54m. Evening. 2oth day, Sh. 25m. Evening.

The Renters

n

the 21st, at Mi. 27m. A.

M.

a

JUNE.SIXTH

MONTH COMMENCING ON MONDAY.THIRTY DAYS.

New MoonFirst Quarter

Full

Moon

East Quarter

New MoonThe

1st day, Oh. 35m. Evening. 9th day, Sh. 29m. Morning. ,17th day, Ih, 2lm. Morning. 23d day, Sh. 3m. Evening. 30th day, llh. 51m. Evening.

enters

the 21st

atih.Um.

P.

M,

S3

ill

JULY.SEVENTH MONTH COMMENCING ON WEDNESDAY.THIRTY-ONE DAYS.

First Quarter

Full

MoonMoon.

East Quarter

New

Sth day, lh. 87m. Morning. 16th day, 9h. 48m. Morning. 23d day, lh. 20m. Morning, SOth day, Oh. 45ni. Evening.

The

enters

James Stuart, 81st January 1825. Solicitor General Charles R. Ogden, Esq. 25th Nov. 1824. Advocate General George Vanfelson, Esq. 2Sth Jan. 1819.Attorney General

Hon.

AcUn David n F General, Montreal, l

^Z^j

Ross, Esq. K. C. 8th August 181 & *

8.

King's Counsel, David Ross, Esq

Sd Sept. 1811.

Pierre Vezina, Esq 14th July 1&24. J. R.Vallieres de St. Real, Esq. 29th Oct 1827 Stephen Sewell, Esq 26th July 18 27. 11th Sept. 1828. Hon. A. W. Cochrane,

PROVINCIAL COURT OF APPEALS.Established by the S4th Geo. III. c. 6, 23, for the hearing of all Appeals from the Courts of King's Bench of Superior Jurisdiction in the Province.

The Governor, Lieutenant Governor or Administrator of the Province for the time being. The Chief Justice of the Province for the time being. The Chief Justice of the District of Montreal for the timebeing.

The Members of the Honorable Executive Council of the Province for the time being. Or any five of them, save and except such as may have been Judges of the Court of the District wherein the judgment appealed from, was rendered. Clerk of the Court Louis Montizambert, Esq. 1st

May

1816.

COURT OF KING'S BENCH.Established by the 84 Geo. III. c 6, 2, as a Court of original jurisdiction, in all matters over 10 sterling, or relating to any fee of office, duty, rent, revenue, or other sum payable to His Majesty, titles to lands and tenements, annual rents or such like matters and things, where the rights in future may be bound, excepting An inferior tribunal of the those purely of Admiralty jurisdiction. same Court is also held for the trial of all cases where the subject of contest is ^10 sterling and under. The Court of King's Bench has also cognisance of all Criminal pleas.

13District of Quebec.

Chief Justice, Hon. Jonathan Sewell, 22d August 1S03. Puisne Judges, Hon. James Kerr, 1st July 1808. Hon. Edward Bowen, 2Sd May 1812. Hon. Jean T. Taschereau, 2tli March i 827. Sherif, William S. Sewell, Esq. 7th May 1827. Coroner, Bernard A. Panet, Esq. 2 th April 1827. Clerk of the Crown, William Green, Esq. 1st June 1821. Prothonotaries, J. F. X. Perrault, Esq. 22d July 1826. Edward Burroughs, Esq. 22d July 1826.

French Transtnt^l ThQmaslwi i6th October and Interpreter, 3 Crier, Michel Landry. Gaoler, George Henderson. High Constable, Thomas Aylwin.District of Montreal.

1832.

Chief Justice, Hon. James Reid, 31st January 1825. Puisne Judges, Hon. Louis Chailes Foucher, iOth Dec. Si Hon. George Pyke, 1st May 1820. Hon. Norman F. Uniacke, 1st Feb. 1825. Sheriff, Hon. Louis Gugy, 2d March 1827. Coronet, Jean M. Mondelet, Esqr. 27th August 1812. Clerk of the Crown, John Delisle, Esq. 1st June 1821. Prothonotaries, Samuel W. Monk, Esq. 12th May 182:. Robert L. Morrogh, Esq. 12th May 182-;. French Translator ? Frederick Goedike , lst June 1821.I

2.

and Interpreter, 3 Assistant Crier, Peter Devins Crier, George Stanley. Gaoler, Edward Holland. High Constable, Adolphe Delisle.

District of Three Rivers.Justice of the Province, or the Chief Justice of the District of Montreal must preside in the Court when Criminal offences are under consideration, and must be assisted by two other Judges. The several Judges of the Court of King's Bench for the Districts of Quebec and Montreal sit in this Court and take precedence according to the dates of their commissions as Judges. The Provincial Judge of the District also sits in the Court, alwayssitting as the

The Chief

Any two of the Judges havJunior on the Bench. ing a right to sit in this Court can hold the same for the dispatch of Civil business. Sheriff, Isaac G. Ogden, Esq. 3d March 1827. Coroner, J. G. de Tonnancour, Esq. 13th May 1826. Clerk of the Crown, W. C. H. Coffin, Esq. 11th Nov. 1826.Prothonotary, W. C. H. Coffin, Esq. 11th Nov. 1826. French Translator I fith Decenlber 1826 jQhn c Fe.

and Interpreter, 3 Gaoler, William Kent. Crier, Pierre Portugais. High Constable f Philip Burns.

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PROVINCIAL COURT OF THREE RIVERSEstablished by 34 Geo.III. c. ?,

for the trial

of all

matters

amounting to 10 sterling or under, in which the Provincial Judge sits alone and gives final judgment from which there is no appeal. Provincial Judge, Hon. John Fletcher, 6th June 182d. Clerk of Court, W. C. H. Coffin, Esq. llth November 1826. All the other officers the same as in the Court of King's Benchfor

the District.

PROVINCIAL COURT FOR THE INFERIOR DISTRICT OF GASPE.This Court established by 4 Geo. III. c. 6, 14, and its powers extended by subsequent enactments, has cognisance of all matters of 00 currency and under, with an appeal to the Court of King's Bench, Quebec, in all matters above 20. At New Carlisle an Inferior Court for sums under 20 sterling is held, and a Superior Court for the sums above 20. Provincial Judge, John G. Thompson, Esq 28th Apr. 1827. Sheriffs, Thomas Mann, Esq. 23d November 1825. Ferguson Winter, Esq. 23d November 1825. Coroner, Robert Sherrar, Esq. 22d November 1821. Prothonotary, Amasa Bebee, Esq. 6th November 1813.1

PROVINCIAL COURT FOR THE INFERIOR DISTRICT

OF

ST.

FRANCIS.

Established by the 3 Geo. IV. c. 17, has cognisance of all matters amounting to 20 and under, with appeal to the Courts of King's Bench, Montreal or Three Rivers, according to the situation in the Superior District, of the place of action., Provincial Judge, Sheriff, Charles Whitcher, Esq. 29th Nov. 1828. Prothonot&ry, C. Bridgman Felton, Esq. 22d August 1823. High Constable, J. H. Terrill Crier, C. M. C. Hindman.

COURT OF VICE ADMIRALTY.Judge, Hon. James Kerr, Esq. 19th August 1797. Deputy Receiver of Droits and Perquisites, James H. Kerr,Esq. 8th Feb. 1818. Registrar, William Power, Esq. 2Sth June 1827. Marshal, Joseph Fenwick, Esq. 21th May 1824.

COURT OF GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS OF THEPEACE.District of Quebec. President, Robert Christie, Esq. 29th March 1827. Clerks of the Peace, Wm. Green, Esq. 1st April 1815. F. X. Perrault, Esq. Jst April 1815 French Translator, and > lg2$ Interpreter, 3 High Constable, Thomas Aylwin. Crier, Michel Landry.

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ISDistrict of Montreal. President, David Ross, Esq. K. C. 15th March 1823. Clerk of the Peace, John Delisie, Esq. 12th Sept. 1814.

French Translator 1 -r. j ,. T ^ nC n> T , J. Frederick Goedicke, 1st June and Interpreter, \ Crier, John G. Dagen. High Constable, Adolphe Deiisie.

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District of Three Rivers. President, Hon. Thomas Coffin, 16th Feb. 1818. Clerk of the Peace, David Chisholme, Esq. lith Nov. 182b'.

French Translator! T tc v C. learon, 5th December 1c2j. r and Interpreter, $ Crier, Louis Eefebre. High Constable, Philip Burns.i.i

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District of Ga sre. President, James Crawford, Esq. 7th November 1827. Clerk of the Peace, Amasa Bebee, Esq. 6th Nov. lb IS.Inferior District of St. Francis. Clerk of the Peace, C. Bridgman Felton, Esq. 21st

May

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24.

COURT OF ESCHEATS AND FORFEITURES OF LAND.Commissioner, Hon. A. W. Cochrane, 5th July 1823. Clerk, TannattH. Thompson, Esq. 13th August 1823.

PREROGATIVE COURT.Clerk, Hon. A.

W.

Cochrane,

till

COMMISSIONERS FOR THE SUMMARY TRIAL OF SMALL CAUSES.Under the Provincial Actof Geo. IV.

c in force

1st

May

I82!>

Jurisdiction limited

to Seignories.

Jonas Abbott, St. Armand, Amable Archambault, St. Hyacinthe, Thomas Barron, Argenteuil, J. M. Belanger, St. Jean Port Jo!i,Charles Benedict,

Joseph Benoit, Joseph Bistodeau,

Argenteuil, St. Charles,St.

May 27, 1826. April 11, 1827. July 18, 1826 Mar. 13, 1S23: Dec 26, 1826.Nov. 30, 1827. Feb. 14, 1827. Feb. 14, 1827. August 10, 1826. July 18, 1826. May 27, 1826. July 18, 1826Mar. IS, 1823. August 30, 1826. Nov. 30, 1827. August 30, 1826. Dec. 26, 1826. Feb. 14, 1827.

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Thomas Bouthillier, Lawrence G. Brown,Philip Byrne, Louis Chevallier, J. B. Constantin, Hon. J. Cuthbert,

Hyacinthe, St. Hyacinthe, Beauharnois,Rouville,St.

Paul,

Isle Jesus,

Berthier,

E. N. L. Dumont, Louis C. Duvert, J. E. Faribault, William Fraser,Pierre Grise,

MilleSt.

Isles,

Charles, St. Sulpice,

Mount Murray,St.

Denis,

John Hettrick,

17Rene deEd.la

Bruere,

Bouchervilie,Sorel,

W.

Carter,

K. C. Chandler,A. A.

Nicoiet,

Dame,

Riviere du Loup,

Amable Dionne,Jacques Dorion, Louis A. Duchesnay, C. E. Gagnon, Francois Gauvreau, Edward Hale, Samuel Hatt,

Kamouraska,St.

Ours,

July Aug. July Feb. Jan. Aug.

IS, 182'.

80, 1826. 18, 1826.8,

1827.

Aug. Feb. 8, 1827. Kamouraska, Jan. 2, 1828. Cap Sante, Feb. 8, 1827. Chambly, July 18, L82. St. Anne La Pocatiere, Nov. -SO, 1827. Isaac Hudon, Sorel, Robert Jones. Aug. 80, 1826. River Quelle, Francois Letellier, Feb. S, 1827. O. L. F. Lagorgendiere,Deschambault, Feb. 8, 1827. Wm, Nelson, Sorel, Aug. 80, 1826. St. Anne La Pocatiere Remi Puize, Nov. 80, 1827. Hon. C. de Salaberry, Cliambly, Nov. 80, 1826. Francois St. Onge, St. Ours, Aug. 80, 1826. Pierre G. Vallee, Vercheres, July 18, 1826. Joseph Vigneau, Boucher ville, July 18, 1826. Peter Weilbrenner, Bouchervilie, July 18, 1826..

Maskinonge, Riviere du Loup,

2, 1828. SO, 1826. 0, 1 -2

Protestant Parishes.

Solomon Bingham, Jsaac H. Filer, L. H. Gauvin,

James Philips, Leonard Thomas,Samuel Robertson,

July July Longeuil, Nov. St. Thomas, July St. George, July 7 Great Mecatina Point, f ,,St.

George,

St.

Thomas,

18, 1826. IS, 1826.

80, 1827. 18, 1826.18, 1826.

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ADVOCATES, ATTORNIES, SOLICITORS, PROCTOR^,

COUNSEL AND BARRISTERS,thev reside.

Within the Province of Lower Canada, with the DistrictMontreal F Hamelin* Stephen Sewell, K. C. ...Montreal David Ross, K. C Montreal Montreal Joseph Bedard Pierre Vezina, K. C Three Rivers Hon. John Caldwell* QuebecCharles..

in

which

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December 16, 1791. December. 7, 1792.IS, 1796. arch 10, 1798. June 20, 1798/ January 17, 1799. March 9, 1799. July 18, 1800. March 23, 1800. July IS, 1801. October 29, 1801. June 27, 180S. October 1, 1802. May 14, 1801. April 25, 1805. 16, 1805. May 22, 1806. July 9, 1806. June 5, 1807. October 5, 1807. November 5, 1807. March 8, 1808June 19, 1809. November 8, 1S09. December 2, 1809. April 9, 1810. May 19, 1810. October S, 1810.!

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Amable Berthelct

Quebec

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Denis B. Viger Montreal Joseph L. Borgia Quebec Hon. James Stuart, At. G.Quebec Janvier Lacroh. Montreal B. Beaubien Montreal Ross Cuthbert* Quebec Francois X. Bender Montreal Ant. L. Levesque* Montreal George Vanfelson, Ad. G.Quebec Bernard A. Panet Quebec Jean R. Rolland Montreal Hon. P. D. Debartzch*... Montreal Louis M. Yiger Montreal F. A. Quesnel Montreal Andrew Stuart ...Quebec Samuel Gale Montreal Jacques Leblond Quebec William Green Quebec P. J. G. De Tonnancour... Three Rive John Boston Montreal L. J. Papiueau* Montreal Robert Chi istie Quebec Geo. Barth. Faribault Quebec M. O'Sullivan Montreal Philippe A. De Gaspe Quebec Hugues Heney* Montreal Chas. R. Ogden, Sol. G... Montreal Alexis Bourrett Montreal J. R. Vallieres, K. C Quebec Paul Valle Quebec James C. Grant Montreal D. B. Rollin Montreal F. W. Desrivieres* Montreal Samuel W. Monk* Montreal Toussaint Peltier Montreal Francois Roy Montreal Charles Lafresnaye Three Rivers Jos. F. X. Perrault* Quebec.

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* Those marked thus do not practice.

20Philippe Pan etAlex.

Quebec

April 21, 1817

M'Millan

Hon. A.J.

W.

Montreal Cochrane, K.C.Quebec

.... May

5,

1817.16,

June 11, 1817

Louis Lagueux

Quebec

December

1817.

MGill Desrivieres*... Montreal J. Bte. Bacquet Quebec Montreal Geo. S. Henshaw Andre 11. Ham el Quebec Quebec H. L. H. Tremain Peter N. Rossiter Montreal William Walker Montreal

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January 6, 1818. January 20, 1818. February 5, 1818.April 20, 1818.

.... August 1, 131P. .... December 12, 1818. .... April 6, 1819...

James HaliowellAlex. Buchanan..... A. D. BostwickC. C. S.

Saint Francis

April 20, 1819.

DeBleury

P.

H. D. Beaubien

Montreal .... May 7, 1819. October 10, 1819. Three Rivers. Montreal .... November 17, 1819. February 10, 1820. Absent.

Henry BlackF.

X.Simon

John S. Saunders D. Mondeiet P. B. Dumoulin

Quebec Quebec QuebecMontreal Montreal

March 20, 1820. March 27, 1820.June 23, 1S20.

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August 18, 1820.July 21, 1821. August 3, 1821. September 4, lb21. September 29, lb21. October 20, lb2L January 2, 1822. January 3, 1822. January 4, 1822. January 15, 1822. April 9, 1822. April 29, 1822. May 4, 122. May 7, lb22. June 25, 1822. June 26, 1822. August 7, 1822. August 7, 1822. August 15, lb22. August 28, 1822. November 15, 1822. November 23, 1822. December SO, 1822. February 3, 1823. February 13, 1823. March 6, 1823. March 21, 1823.

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JohnM'Donell

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C. H. Coffin* Three Rivers Philippe Bruneau ...Montreal .... Charles De Tonnancour... St. Francis. .

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Edward Burroughs*.Louis Fisette

Pierre

Le

Droit

Quebec Quebec Quebec

Robert L. Morrogh* Montreal Hyp. St. George Dupre... Montreal P. Philippe Chaloux Quebec J.N. Anuot Quebee Charles Panet Quebec F. P. Bruneau Montreal Laurent Viger MontrealB. A. Gugy Pierre Cresse Francois Romain C. S. Cherrier James Mitchell Hon. F. W. Piiiurose C. J. E. Mondeiet Ed. Thibaudeau P. L. Panet Hypolite Guy Edward A. Clark

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QuebecSt.

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Quebec Quebec Three Rivers Gaspe Three RiversMontreal Montreal Montreal Montreal Absent Montreal

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M'CordII.

Pierre

Bedard

Henry

Driscoll

.... .... .... May 5, lb 23. .... May 19, 1823. May 20, 1823. .... May 21, 1S23.

J. F. J.

Duval

Quebec

July 21, 1823.

21Louis DeschambaihtJosias

Montreal

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Hoffman

QuebecMontreal Montreal Montreal Montreal

Joseph Bourrett Pierre Bibaud Charles T. Greece Nathaniel Charles

Thomas W. Wil IanWilliam Badgley Louis F. Dufresne P. L. LetourneauRobt. S. M. Sewell 0. E. Casgrain E. O. Desbarats

5, 1823. 11, 182-3. 11, 1823. Quebec November 11, 1823. Montreal .... November 20, 1828. Quebec "January 2, 1824. Montreal .... April 2, 1824-. Quebec April SO, 1824.

.... .... November .... November .... November

August 25, 1-23. September 2, L-2*. September 27, 1 23.

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May 7, It 24. May SI,.

George Kimball Elzear Hedard Gaspard Drolet William RyanC. P. Elkins

Francis

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July 5, 1824.

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Francis

August 17, l!-24. September 27, 1821. September 30, 1824 October 5, 1824

Aaron E. Hart Thomas JudahFred. Griffin J. T. Braseau Louis C. Cresse John Stanley

Quebec Three Rivers

November 29, 1824. December IS, 1824 Montreal .... December 23, 1824. Montreal .... December 29, 1824. February 1, U25. Three Rivers. .

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.

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G.A.YoungH. Johnson Bruneau Daniel Salmon Horatio H. ForrestJ.J. C.

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February 1, 1825. February 5, 1825. February 25, 1825. February 26, 1825,

Charles Deguise

Hector S. Huot Frederick Andrews Charles Aubry Robert Allsopp John Bleakley James G. Scott Joseph Lagueux Samuel Bouchette Rene Ed. Caron R. S. M. BouchetteJ. F.

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March

14, 1825 2-, 1825.

April 2, 1825.

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William Smith Daniel M'Calium Francis P. Terrous William Power

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Duncan Fisher Campbell Sweeny Ldward ShortAiex. S. Scott

Pierre L. Fortier Edward T. Jones

Quebec Quebec Three RiversMontreal

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1825. 1825. 1825. July 20, 1825. August 23, 1825. August 27, 1825. October22, 1825. December 20, 1825. January 7, 1826. March 15, 1626. April 1, lb26. April 25, 1826. May 1, 1826. June 1, 1826. June 8, 1S26. September 22, 1626. September 23, 1826. October 12, 1826. December 11, 1826.

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13,

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January 25, 1627,

22James A. Thompson Ebenezer Peck C. M. J. Duchesnay C. H. N. DroletD. Day E. E. RodierC.

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Quebec Quebec

.

March March

.

January 27, 1827. 20, 1827. 27, 1827. April 23, 1827.

Montreal Montreal

May 28,

1827.

T.

W.

JLloyd

Quebec

.

Arthur Ross E. C. Cruttenden Levi Adams T. C. Aylwin

Montreal

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.

August 6, 1827. August 29, 1S27. September 25, 1827. Octobers, 1827.

Montreal.

Thomas NyeSamuel Ussher Win. Vondenvelden P. E. Taschereau Jos. A. Taschereau P. H. PanetO. J. E. Perrault

Montreal.

November 5, 1827. December 12, 1827. December 14, 1827.January 4, 1823. February IS, 182S. February 15, 1828. February 15, 1823. March 26, 1828.April 21, 1828.

.

.

.

Montreal

John GoudieJ. A.

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.

.

Lacroix

James Smith

Edward BarnardAucustin N. Morin

Montreal Montreal Montreal Montreal

May 8, 1823. May 9, 1823. May 20, 1823.JulyS, 1823. July 7, 1823.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE IN AND FOR THE DISTRICT OF QUEBEC.The Honorable the Members of the Legislative and Executive Councils, the Judges of His Ma jesty's Courts in the different Districts in the Province, ex officio. Robert Christie, p. Q. s. 0.. Quebec Samuel Gale, Montreal David Ross, p. q.. s. M. do James Crawford, p. Q. s. g. Gaspe Paschal Tasche, Kamouraska Thomas Wilson, Quebec Claude Denechaud, do Benjamin Tremain, do Jean Baptiste Duchesnay, do John Davidson, doJacques Voyer, Francois Vassal de Monviel, William Holmes,

Thomas Fargues,John Macnider,

Noah

Freer,Phillips,

William

Francis T. Thomas,

William Price, Daniel Sutherland, George W. Allsopp,

do do do do do do do do do do

Cap Sante

23Louis Belair,Pierre Casgrain, Senr. Jean Baptiste Tremblay,St.

Paul's

Bay

River OuelieSt. Paul's St.

Daniel M'Pherson, John M'Pherson, Joseph Fraser,

St.St.

Bay Thomas ThomasMarie Noitvelle BeauceGervais

Francis

John Walsh,

St. St.

Abraham Turgeon,Germain de Gagne, Edward Hale, Michel L. J. Duchesnay Jean Baptiste Tasche, Robert Harrower, Amable Dionne,Olivier de Lagorgendiere,

Malbay Port Xeuf Quebec KamouraskaSt.

Jean Port

Joli

Kamouraska DeschambaultPointe aux Trembles LotbiniereSt.

Francois Xavier Larue, Louis Legendre, Antoine G. Couillard, Ignace G. Boisseau.

John Racey, William Fraser,

Quebec Thomas Quebec Murray Bay

Remi Puize, Pierre Gagnon, Louis Ruel, Francois Letellier, Joseph Ouellet, Alexander Fraser, Pierre Canac dit Marquis, Charles Chapais, Jun.Amable Morin,Joseph C. Despres Jacques Oliva, Francois X. Pare, Etienne F. Roy,Charles Fournier, Antoine C. Taschereau, Jean Bte. Bonneville, Francois Lehouillier, George Pozer, Newman Bainbridge,

St.

Anne LapocatieixGervais

Island of OrleansSt.

River OuelieTrois Pistoles

Lake TemiscouataSt.

Andre

River OuelieStSt.

St.

Roch Roch Thomasdu Sud

St. Pierre Riv.

BeaumontSt CharlesSt.

Marie Nouvelle Beaucedo do

QuebecSt.

Nicolas

Louis Montizambert, William Lindsay, Narcisse Duchesnay,

Quebecdo do Chateau RicherSt. Paul'sSt.St. Paul's

Henry Lemoine, George Chaperon,Augustin Caron, Bonaventure Dufour,

BayBay

Joachim

Michel P. Laterriere, James M'Kenzie,Louis Bertrand, Philip F. Calbeck,

do

Quebec Green Island Magdalen Islands

24-

Thomas

Casault,

25John C. Fisher, John G. Clapham,Charles Casgrain, William Pozer, Charles Robertson,

Quebec.do.

River Ouelle. Aubert Gallion. Fief Villeray.

George Hamilton,

New

Liverpool.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE IN AND FOR THE DISTRICT

OF MONTREAL.Province, ex

The Honorable the Members tive Councils, the Judgesdifferent

of the Legislative and Execuof His Majesty's Courts in theofficio.

Districts

in the

* Samuel Gale,

26Lawrence Kidd, Pierre De Boucherville,Laprairie Montreal. St. Johns. Lachenaie.St.

William Macrae,Bonaventure Panet, Jacques Archambault, Paul T. Pinsonault, Andre D. Pambrun, Joseph Porlier, Hyacinthe St. Germain,

Roch.

St. Philip.

Vaudreuil. St. Hyacinthe. St. Eustache.

John

Yule,

Chambly.

Paul Whitney,

Dunham.Stanb ridge.St.

Aaron Martindale,Joseph Senet, Louis Raymond,

Jacques.

L'Assomption.Stanstead.

William

Elisha Gusthi, Robertson, Archibald M'Millan, Francois St. Onge, William Bovvron, Seguin, Francois

Montreal.

Chatham.St. Ours.

H

Dominique Ducharme, Jean B. Fournier,Ignace G. Gamelin,

Godmanchester. Terrebonne. Lake of Two Mountain*. Rigaud.Soulanges. aux Nouc. Boucherville. Isle aux Noix.Isle

Hon. Henry

D. Byng,

Joseph Vigneau,

Henry B. Brewster, John Kent Welles, Henry Crebassa, Alexander Brown,

Sorel.do.

Dunham.Montreal.do.do.do.do.

George

Garden,

John Gray,

Pierre De Rocheblave,

Thomas A. Turner, James Millar,John Finlay, George Burke,Joseph Cartier,

Lachine.St.

Argenteuil. Antoine.

Ephraim Birch,William Blanchard, E. Martel De Vienne,

ChathamArgenteuil.St.

Hugues L. De Martigny,Conrad Derrick, Jean B. Lorimier, Jun. William Grannis,

Lachenaie. Hyacinthe. Caldwell's Manor.

St Regis. Hatley.

Samuel

Hatt,

Chambly.Lacole. De L6ry. Argenteuil. Montreal.

Robert Hoyle,

Thomas Jobson,

Adam

C.

Muir,Russel,Stuart, Jun.

William Pardy,

Thomas Norman

Noyan.St. Constant.

27Robert Vincent,

28Charles Sheriff,Chats.do.St. Cesaire.

Robert

Sheriff,

Charles Tetu, William H. Kirtland, John Grant, 'Gibbon, John

M

Caldwell's Manor. St Regis.do.

John Hunter, Lawrence G. Brown, Anthony Von Iffland,Louis Barbeau, Eustache L. De Bellefeui lie,

Godmanchester.Beauharnois.Sorel.

Laprairie.

Mille

Isles.

Richard Froste, Jacob Barcelo, William Coffin Gilman,

Granby.St. Benoit.

Potton.do.

David Blanchard, Jun. Joseph Dubuc,George Simpson,J. J. Leclaire,

Longueuil.

Governor Hudson's Bay Company.St. Therese. Montreal. St. Therese. Lochaber.

* Duncan C. Napier, John Hettrick, James Campbell,William U. Chaffers, Roderick M'Kenzie, Theodore Davis, John A. Mathieson, Arthur McDonald, Alexis Sauvageau, Alexander Fisher,

St. Cesaire.

Rawdon.Rigaud.Vaudreuil. Chateauguay.do.

Lake

of

Two

Mountains.

Beauchamp Colclough,Charles Morrison, Samuel Bull,

Dorvillier.

Berthier.Dorvillier.

*John Davidson, Eugene F. Globensky,

Quebec.St.

Eustache.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE FOR THE DISTRICT OF THREE RIVERS.The Honorable the Members of the Legislative and Executive Councils, the Judges of His Majesty's Courts in the different Districts in this Province, ex officio.Samuel Gale,

29* Benedict P Wagner, * Michel Caron,

Three Rivers. Machiche.Batiscan.

* Jean Guillet, Sen. *Sueton Grant, * Samuel Brooks, Sen.* Pierre B. Pelissier, * Charles F. H, Goodhue,

River du Loup,Stanstead.

Yamaska.Sherbrooke.

* Daniel Thomas, * Frederick G. Heriot,

Melbourne. Drummondville.

*George Carter, *William Seaton,

Three Rivers,Oxford.

Peter Labere,* Christopher Menut,

Eaton.

Durham.St.

*Hugh Heney, Guy C. Colclough,Francis Cottrell, Charles Whitcher,

Francis.

Edward Hale, *Kenelm C. Chandler,* James H. Kerr, Rufus Laberee, Frederick Rolette, Edmund Antrobus, Augustin Trudelle, Joseph Dury, * Joseph Dionne, Benjamin Heath, Charles De Montenac, * Joseph Ployard, Anthony G. Douglas,

Sherbrooke. Baye St. Antoine. Sherbrooke. Portneuf.Nicolet.

Three Rivers.Eaton.Nicolet.Ste.

Quebec. Anne.do.

St.

Pierre.

Montreal.

Grantham.Aston.

James Millar,Joseph Bouchette, Sen.

James Cuthbert, Jun.William Grut Sheppard, Josias Wurtele, George Simpson,Pierre Louis Panet, Francis H. Hughes, Francois Louis Dumoulin. David Grant, David Bellhouse,

Drummondville. Quebec. Lanoraye. River du Loup.Fief Deguise.

Governor Hudson's Bay Company Three Rivers.do.

Nicolet.

Three Rivers.do.

Henry Macaulay, John Davidson,William Henry, Henry James Martin,

Forges St. Maurice. Quebec. Sherbrooke.do.

b3

30

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE FOR THE INFERIOR DISTRICT OF ST. FRANCIS.The Honorable the Members of the Legislative and Executive Councils, the Judges of His Majesty's Courts in the different Districts in this Province, ex officio.Charles Whitcher,

31Aug. 2, 1793. Feb. 17, 1794. Sept. 24, 1794. Quebec, Q. July 23, 1795. Felix Tetu, William Henry, M. Aug. 20, 1795. Henry Crebassa, L'Assomption, M. Louis Raymond, Dec. 28, 1795. Quebec, Q. Jacques Voyer, Feb. 5, 1798. Quebec, Q. Pierre Laforce, Feb. 12, 1798. Three Rivers, T. R. Jos. Badeaux, h. m. n Oct. 1, 1798. Nov. 27, 1798. Francis M. Petrimoulx, St. Philippe, Quebec, Q. Michel Sauvageau, March 1, 1799. St. Anne Laperade, T.R.March 6, 1799. Augustin Trudel, Leon Lalanne, St. Armand, M. May 9, 1799. Baie St. Paul, Q. May 22, 1799. Francois Sasseville, Vercheres, M. Pierre G. Valte, Aug. 23, 1799. Montreal, M. Thomas Barron, Nov. 9, 1799. Francois L. Duraoulin, Nicolet, T. R. Nov. 6, 1800. Louis Demers, Chateauguay, M. Aug. 10, 1801. Montreal, M. Charles Prevost, Aug. 19, 1801. Montreal, M. Louis Guy, h. m. n. Aug. 81, 1801. Francois L. Bellefeuille,St. Eustache, M. Dec. 28, 1801. Montreal, M. May 31, 1801. Francois X. Dezery, Pierre Ant. Gauthier, St. Antoine, M. March 8, 1803. John Walsh, St. Marie, N. Beauce, Q.June 16, 1803. Jean C. Letourneau, St. Thomas, Q. July 18, 1803. Chambly, M. Kene Boileau, Oct. 27, 1803. Simon Fraser, St. Jean, Port Joli, Q. Jan. 7, 1804. Montreal, M. Nicolas B. Doucet, March 17, 1804. Lotbiniere, Q. A. De la Chavrotiere, May 12, 1804. St. Vallier, Q. Augustin Larue, Tune 27, 1804. Montreal, M. Louis H. Latour, July 31, 1804. Nov. 5, 1804. M. Gamelin Gaucher, Belceil, M. Jacques Boucher, St. Henry, Q. Nov. 22, 1804. Laprairie, M. Louis Barbeau, Dec. 11, 1804. St. Gervais, Q. Abraham Turgeon, Dec. 15, 1804. St. Cuthbert, M. Jean F. Mercure, Jan. 3, 1805. St. Denis, M. Louis Bourdages, Jan 8, 1805. Quebec, Q, Thomas Lee, Feb. 21, 1805. St. Vincent de Paul, M. June 1, 1805. J. Bte. Constantin, Louis Brunelle, St. Hyacinthe, M. July 1, 1805. Francois G. Lepailleur, Chateauguay, M. Sept. 10, 1805. Baie du Febvre, T. R. Oct. 24, 1805. Antoine Robin, Nicolet, T. R. Jos. M. C. Duvernay, Oct. 30, 1805. Louis Sarault, Beauharnois, M. Dec. 23, 1805. Isidore Levesque, Eboulemens, Q April 23, 1806". Soulanges, M. Ant. Alexis Dubois, June 26, 1806. Nicolas Manteiht, St. Rose, M. March 9, 1807. Louis Decoigne, Blairfindie, M. April 28, 1807. Joseph Brunelle, Mascouche, M. May 19, 1807. Louis Bernier, Chateau Richer, Q. Oct. 23, 1807. Joseph B. Mailloux, Soulanges, M. March 8, 1808.

Roger Lelievre, Henry, Jean M. Mondelet,

Quebec, Q.

Ldme

M. Montreal, M.Laprairie,

M

64

m.Laurent Genest, Pierre J. Chevrefils,Gentilly, T. R. Yamaska, T. R.

Thomas Bedard, G. R. D'Arminault, Ignace Raizenne,

L'Assomption, M.Berthier, M. St. Benoit, M. St. Antoine, Q.

March 24, 1803 April 25, 1S0S April 29, 1808. June 8, 1808.Sept. 14, 1808 Sept. 28, 180S.

Remi

Puise,

Francois H. Seguin, Charles Huot, Louis Guillet, Louis Jos. Soupras, Pierre Bazin,Pierre Besse,

Louis C. Duvert, Charles Chinoquy, Paschal Tasche, Oct. 16, 1809. Blairfindie, M. Pierre Lanctot, Oct. SO, 1809. Augustin Dumouchelle, St. Scholastique, M. Nov. 1, 1809. Joseph Cote, St. Antoine, Q. May 10, 1810. Dominique Lefrancois, Lorette, Q. July 8, 1810. John Eml. Dumoulin, Three Rivers, T. R. Aug. 23, 1810. Quebec, Q. Louis T. Besserer, Barth. Jolliette, St. Paul de la Valtrie, M.Oct. 8, 1810. Jan. 5, 1811. Joseph Am. Berthelet, St. Eustache, M. March 18, 1811 Alexis C. L. Duplessis,. Contrecceur, M. May 18, 1811. Francois X. Lefebre, St. Henry, Q. June 29, 1811. Riviere Ouelle, Q Francois Letellier, Francois Verrault, St. Francois N. Beauceq..July 6, 1811. Aug. 6, 1811. Terrebonne, M. Tous6aint Limoges, Aug. 20, 1811. St. Esprit, M. J. Bte. S. Chailand, Kamouraska, Q. Aug. 2b", 1811, J. Bte. Tasche, Quebec, Q. Sept. 8, 1811. Wm. Fisher Scott, Pointeaux Trembles, Q Oct. 8, 1311. Francois X. Larue, Portneuf, Q. June 6, 1812. PaulBegue, June 6, 1812. Arch. Campbell, n. M.N.Quebec, Q. Montreal, M. Aug. 1, 1312. Thomas Bedouin, Montreal, M. Sept. 1, 1312. Henry Griffin, Riviere Ouelle, Q. Sept. 15, 1312. Pierre Garon, Kamouraska, Q. Sept. 15, 1S12. Thomas Casault, March 19, 1818. Cap St. Ignace, Q. Abraham Larue, Montreal, M. Sept. 21, IS 13. Andre Jobin, Chambly, M. Feb. 4, 1814. Joseph Demers, May 9, 1814. St. Gregoire, T. R. Louis B. Delagrave,. St. Joseph N. Beauce, Q, Sept. 1, 1314. Michel D. Dortie, Quebec, Q. Sept. 28, 1814. Pierre Gagnon, Sept. 24, 1814. St. Croix, Q. Julien Demers, Nov 3, 1814. Quebec, Q. Ant. A. Parent, Dec. 17, 1814. Island of Orleans, Q. Alexis Cote, May 24, 1S15. Charles H. Gauvreau, Malbaie, Q. June 80, 181 5. St. Thomas, Q. Ignace G. Boisseau, June 80, 1815. St. Roch, M. Francois Allard, July 18, 1815. St. Roch, Q. Amable Moiin,

Terrebonne, M. Oct. 15, 1808. Quebec, Q. Oct. 29, 1808. Batiscan, T. R. Feb. 6, 1809. April 1, 1809. St. Mathias, M. Riviere du Loup, T. R. April 1, 1809. April 10, 1809. St. Johns, M. Aug. 4, 1809. St. Charles, M. Sept. 9, 1809. Eboulemens, Q. Kamouraska, Q. Sept. 19, 1809

33Pierre Gamelin,Jos. Casimir

Laprairie,St. St.

M.

Aug. 25,

1816'.

Dury,

Eug. F. Globensky, Edouard Glackmeyer, Louis Ranvoyze, Joseph Ouellet, L. T. M'Pherson,J. J. Girouard,

Anne Laparade,T. R.Sept. 16, 1815. Nov. 29, 1815. Eustache, M.Dec. 18, 1815.Jan. 15, 1816. Feb. 7, 1S16. April 28, 1816. June 18, 1816. July 22, 1816. Feb. 22, 1817, Feb. 26, 1817. March 1, 1817.

Quebec, Q. St. Anne du Nord, Q.Trois Pistoles, Q.

Quebec, Q.St. Benoit,

M.

Charles Dugal, Charles P. Huot,Alexis Paiiet,

Ignace Bernier, Francois M. Kirouac, Germain A. Ven-eau, Jean Francis Tetu, Augustin Noel Blais, Charles Deseve,F.

Quebec, Q. Baie St. Paul, Q. Varennes, M. St. Andre, Q. St. Pierre, Q. L'Islet, Q. St. Hyacinthe, M. St Pierre, Q.Montreal, M. Quebec, Q.

March

2,

IS 17.

April 7, 1S17. April 9, 1817. Feb. 28, J SIS. June 16, 1818.

X. Vaillancourt,

Oct. 28, 1818. Dec 11, 1818. Dec. 12, 1818. Montreal, M. April 6, 1819. Daniel Thomas, Melbourne, T. R. May 3, 1819. Francois X. Blais, St. Michel, Q. May 7, 1819. J. Bte. Archambault, St. Roch, M. Sept. 21, 1819. Francois X. Lacombe, St Gervais, Q. Sept. 28, 181! Daniase Larue, St. Antoine, Q. Oct. 22, 1819. J. Bte. Bonneville, St. Marie N. Beauce, Oct. 30, 1819. Louis Panet, Quebec, Q. Joseph Remy, St. Marie N. Beauce, Q. Feb. 1, 1820. Louis Duclos, Feb. 10, IS20. St. Clair, Q. March 3, 1S20. Francois Brunelle, Maskinonge, T. R. April IS, 1S20. Laurent Archambault, Blairfindie, M. June 10, 1820. Michel Tessier, Quebec, Q. July 4, IS 20. Pierre Paradis, St. Henry, Q. J. Bte. Morin, Sept. 14, 1S20. St Francois, Q. Nov. 16, IS 20. Theophile Lemay, Monnoir, M. Stephen Mackay, March 1, 1S2L St. Eustache, M. Pierre Ritchot, March 1, 1821. Montreal, M. March 19. 1821. Louis Lacoste, Boucherville, M. L. M. Cresse, April 18, 1S21. Nicolet, T. R. Charles Ed. Gagnon, River du Loup, T. R. Nov. 12, 1821. Nov. 24, 1821. J. Bte. G. Peltier, St. Genevieve, M. Ovide Leblanc, Feb. 14, 1S22. Beauharnois, M. Joseph E. Mignault, March 2, 1822. St. Denis, M. William Ritchie, District of St. Francis, July 13, 1822. J. B. De Labroquerie, Boucherville, M. July 9, 1822. Charles M. Defoy, Nov. IS, 1822. Quebec, Q. Pierre Gauvreau, Dec. 5, 1822 Rimouski, Q. Errol B. Lindsay, Jan. 13, 1823. Quebec, Q. Ant. Z. Leblanc, Jan. 27, 1823. Three Rivers, T. R.St Gervais, Q. Berthier, M.

Charles Tetu, Louis Ruel, Jean Bte. Chalut, Peter Lukin,

St Charles, M.

Aug. 15, ISIS. Sept. 4, 18 IS.

Q

34Feb. 18, 1823. March 8, 1823. Michel Charest, Mascouche, M. March 13, 1823. J- J. Leclair, St. Therese, M. May 22, 1823. F. X. Cadet, St. Elizabeth, M. Nov. 6, 1S23. Joseph Bourret, River du Loup, T. R. Dec. 1, 1823. Moyse Moiin, River du Loup, Q. Dec. 4, 1823. Richard O'Keefe, Montreal, M. Jan. 15, lb 24. J. M. Badeaux, Three Rivers, T. R. Feb 21, 1824. P. P. Demaray, St. John's, M. April 17, 1824. P. A. Boudreault, St. Pierre, T. R. May 18, 1824. J. O. Leblanc, Lavaltrie, M. May 18, 1824. W. C. Delery, Quebec, Q. Aug. 5, 1824. Charles Bazin, St. Ours, M. Sept. 27, 1824. Ed. Gideon Coursolles, Belceil, M. Sept. 30, 1824. Charles D. Plante, Quebec, Q. Oct. 9, 1824. Paul Bertrand, St. Mathias, M. Nov. 5, 1824. T. L. L. Dessureau, St. Hyacinthe, M. Jan. 19, 1825. Francois Laroche, Pointe aux Trembles, Q. Feb 5, 1825. Felix Hector Leblanc, St. Constant, M. Feb. 10, 1825. Martin Sheppard, Gaspe, Feb. 11, 1825. Valere Guillet, Machiche, T. R. March 3, 1825. Jean B. Bornais, Quebec, Q March 25, 1825. Jean B. Dupuy, Laprairie, M. June 8, 1825. P. E. L- Lafrenaye, Montreal, M. July 5, 1825. Joseph Gosselin, St. Charles, Q. July 20, 1825. Godfroy Chagnon, L'Assomption, M. Aug 10, 1825. Benjamin Therien, Yamaska, T. R. Sept. 6, 1825. Firmin Perrin, Boucherville, M. Sept. 16, 1825. Jean Bte. Lukin, Napierville, M. Sept. 27, 1825. Charles Ed. Reny, Sept. 30, 1825. St. Claire, Q. Jos. I. Boudreault, Monnoir, M. Oct. 15, 1825. Ant. T. Kimber, Oct. 23, 1825. Montreal, M. Narcisse Bergeron, Nov. 22, 1825. St. Esprit, M. M. G. Delaronde, Nov. 28, 1825 St. Andrews, M. Selm Proulx, Pointe aux Trembles, Q- Dec. 17, 1825. Edouard Michaud, Dec. 23, 1825. Kamouraska, Q. Timothee Brodeur, Chibouete, M. Jan. 11, 1826. A. A. Minier, Jan. 26, 1826. St. Jacques, M. Jos. Amable Charlebois, St. Polycarpe, M. Feb. 1, 1826. Pierre Blondin, Three Rivers, T. R. Feb. 24, 1826. Louis Ed. Globensky, Vaudreuil, M. March 16, 1826. Zephirin Pepin, March 25, 1826'. St. Scholastique, M. April 1, 1826. Charles Ainslie, Quebec, Q. Martin G. Baret, St- Vincent de Paul, M. April 23, 1826. May 5, 1S26. J. B. F. M. Chenevert, Yamaska, T. Henryville, M. May 9, 1826. Jos. Ed. Faribault, Contrecoeur, M. May 22, 1826. C. B. L. Duplessis, May 24, 1826. Cap Sant6, Q. Joseph Bernard, St. Anne Laparade, T.R, May 24, 1826. Louis Dury, May 27, 1826. Louis St. Antoiue, St. Cuthbert, M.Pitt,J. B. Couillard,

William

Francois, T. R. Point Levi, Q.St.

R

35Francois Rouleau, Joseph A. Labadie, Wm. N. Crawford, J. Bte. L. Prevost,St.

Cuthbert,

M.

David Bigue, Joachim Gosselin, Laurent Craig, Hubert Turgeon,Chas. A. Richardson,

Jean Bte. Vincent, Louis Marteau, George D. Arnoldi, Ambroise Brunelle, Joseph Rousseau, Joseph O. Bastien,Pierre Louis Charland, Francois Renaud, Francois X. Gamelin, Narcisse Boisseau,

Montreal, M. Montreal, M. Terrebonne, M. Cap Sante, Q. St. Henry, Q. Three Rivers, T. R. St. Charles, Q. Quebec, Q. Quebec, Q. Montreal, M, Montreal, M. St. Hyacinthe, M. Baie du Febre, T. R. Vaudreuil, M.Soulanges, M. St. Jacques, M.

June 8, 1826. June 26, 1826. June 0, 1826.18, 1826. 29, 1826. 3, 1826. 7, 1826. 21, 1826. 16, 1826. Nov. 22, 1826. Jan. 4, 1827. Jan. 8, 1827. Jan. 8, 1827. Jan. 31, 1827. Feb. 26, 1827. March 27, 1827. March 31, 1827. April 23, 1827. May 10, 1827. May 12, 1827. July 21, 1327. Aug. 30, 1827. Oct. 3, 1827. Oct. 5, 1827. Oct. 8, 1827. Oct. 21, 1827. Oct. 27,1827. Nov. 17, 1827. Nov. 30, 1827. Dec. 12, 1827. Dec. 17, 1827. Jan. 7, 1823. Jan. 29, 1823. Feb. 2, 1823. Feb. 22, 182-3. June 20, 1823. June 30, 182S. July 9, 1823. July 31, 1823. Aug. 16, 1823.

July July Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

Montreal, M. St. Thomas, Q. Walter Dubord, St. Thomas, Q. Augustus Mackay, St. Eustache, Chs. Adrien Berthelot, St. Genevieve, M. Montreal, M. Joseph Guy, Olivier Gregoire, Pointe aux Trembles, Blairfindie, M. Louis M. Decoignc, L. Adolphe Robitaille, Varennes, M. Thomas L. Duberger, Malbaie, Q. Godfroy Landry, Maskinonge, T. R. Prudent Bernier, Rene Geo. Belleau, Boucherville, M. Augustin Delisle, Montreal, M. James Prest, Berthier, M. Charles A. Forneret, Thomas P. Anderson,

M

Q

A. P.

De

Courval,

Three Rivers, T. R.

Richard Dickinson, Lazare Lefebre,Jos. Clovis Belanger, A. B. Sirois Duplessis, Joseph Filteau,St. Charles,

M.

COMMERCIAL REGISTER.OFFICERS OF HIS MAJESTY'S CUSTOMSWITHIN THE PROVINCE OF LOWER CANADA.Quebec*Collector.

Comptroller

,

Hon. M. H. Perceval. Geo. Addenbrooke Gore, Esq.

Surveyor

Herbert Cornewall, Esq. Waiters $$ Searchers.. William Wilson, Esq.

Clerks

Grey Stewart, Esq. Aug. 25, 1S02. John Fletcher, Esq. John Bruce, James Prendergast, Charles Secretan, John Cunningham.Chs.

stTlTvlssfis }Clerk to Surveyor Warehouse-keeper

chs Grey stewart >-

***

Slst Jn] y lb05 ~

Locker Tide Surveyor TidesmenMessenger

John Meara. William Stringer. Richard Cross. John Fife, Nov. 18, 1626. Hugh Macdonnel, Sept. 8, 1804.Alex. Patterson.

William Woodington.

Montreal. Henry Jessopp, Esq. Surveyor Waiter and Searcher.. William Hall, Esq. May 11, 1812. William Burland. Tide SurveyorSt.

Johns.

Collector

Comptroller

GuagerLandwaiters

William Macrae, Esq. June 25, 1822. Win. D. Lindsay, Esq. June 25, 1822. George Scott, Esq. Oct. 16, 1823. John Edward Eeodel. John Gray.Collectors.

July 12, 1822. John Simpson, Esq Coteau du Lac May 7, 1822. W. Hamilton, Esq Sherbrooke Nouvelle Beauce....A C. Taschereau, Esq... May 7, 1822.

DeputyGaspeJ.

Collectors.

New CarlisleMagdalen

D. M'Connell, Esq. Henry O'Hara, Esq.

Island... P. F. Colbec, Esq.

37Chambly Hemjningford William HenryPreventive Officers. James Black

Jan. 3, lfcSSSept. 17, 1S22.

Edward Cowan

A. Van Iffland Caldwell's Manor...Ja.mes Brown Isle aux Noix........ James Mitchell Stanstead E. F. G. Studdert

Godmanchester Chmtenuguay

.Samuel Kingston

29, lb28. 5, lb22. Sept. 17, 1S22. Oct. I, 1834. Feb. 21, 1825.

Oct

Nov.

Lacolle

March.C.

Landwa iters.

ComptonSherbrookeStanstead.

Hindman.

J. Colclough.

J. Farnsworth.

Stanstead

Lewis.

Inspector of Scows and Rafts at Chateauguay. Arthur M'Donald, Esq. April 1, 1826.

Measurer of Rafts at Chateauguay.Louis Demers.Inspector of Merchandize at Coteau du Lac. John Simpson, July 12, 1822.

TABLE OF DUTIES.PAYABLE AT THE PORT OF Q.UEEEC Wine.

In Wood, from the United Kingd.Wines,do.

Stg.s.

Crcy.d.j>.

7 10

Uakrle, rough and worked, Mosaic work, Medals, Musk, Macaroni,

Nuts of all kinds, Oil of Olives, of Almonds, Opium,Root, Ostrich Feathers, Ochre, Orange Buds and Peel,OrrisOlives,

Pitch, Pickles in jars and bottles, Pozzolana, Paintings, Punk,

Parmesan Cheese, Pickles,Paints, Precious Stones

Pearls,

(eicept

Diamonds), Quicksilver, Raisins, Rhubarb, Sausages, Senna, Scammony,Sarsaparilla, Saffron, Safflower,SpoDge6,

Tar, Tow, Turpentine,

Vermillion, Vermacelli,

Whet

Stones,Manufactures, Linen.SO

Clocks and "Watches,

LeatherWires

Musical Instruments,of all sorts,

Books and Papers, Silk Manufactures, Glass and ManufacturesSoap,

of Glass, j

Sugar Candy, Refined Sugar,Tobacco, manufactured,

20

Cotton Manufactures,

}

40Goods,(being

Waresforeign)

or

Merchandize"^^-

not otherwise I charged with duty, by 6 Geo. f IV. Cap. 114.

Q

Q

J

Ships Foreign (7)

These several duties are payable under the Acts of the Imperial 6 Geo. III. cap. Parliament of 4 Geo. III. cap. 15, sec. 1 52, sec. 414 Geo. III. cap. 88, sec. 13 Geo. IV. cap. 119, sec. S 6 Geo. IV. cap 114, sec. 97 Geo. IV. cap. 4S, sec. 44 and 7 and 8 Geo. IV. cap. 56, sec. 29 and under the Acts of the Provincial .Legislature of S3 Geo. III. cap. 8 35 Geo. 41 Geo. III. cap. 14 53 Geo. HI. cap. 11, amended IIT. cap. 9 by 55 Geo. III. cap. 2, and 55 Geo. III. cap. 3, rendered permanent by 3 Geo. IV. cap. 119, sec. (1) This further duty is only charged when its amount, if any, shall exceed the amount of the previous duties, in which case the excess is payable, 15 Geo IV. cap. 114, sec. 11, but this is

not likely to occur except with very high priced articles, it may therefore be considered as merely nominal. (2) This further duty will in every case exceed the previous duty, the excess will therefore be charged, the amount payable cannot however be shewn by Table as it will vary in every case

according to the value of the article. (3) Molasses if imported in a vessel not belonging to the United Kingdom or to Quebec, the duty will be 7d. sterling instead of 4d.(4) This duty is drawn back if the salt be shipped for the use the fisheries in the lower parts of the Province. (5) See the exceptions in the " Table of Free Goods." (6) Upon such of these goods as are liable to the Provincial duty of 2f per cent, that duty is payable under the Provincial law, but Its amount is deducted from the payment made underof

the 6 Geo. IV. cap. 114. (7) A Tonnage duty of 4s. sterling per tun upon the ship*, and 10 per cent, upon the amount of duties on the goods imported, is chargeable by order in Council, under certain conditions which at present only apply to the ships of the United States.

TABLE OF FREE GOODS.',.' Provincial Acts, 53 Geo. III. cap. 11, sec. 5 and S 59 Geo. III. cap. 17, sec. 1 Geo. III. cap. 2, sec. 4 Live Stock, (1) Apparel, for private use. Oats, Beef, salted, (1) (1) Oil, (Fish Oil) (2) Butter, (1) Pork, Salted, (1) Barley, (1) Peas, (L) Beans, (1) Pitch, (1) Cattle, (1) Potatoes, (1) Cheese, (1) Fish, Salted, (2) Packages containing dutiall< Fish Oil, gods (2)

By

flax,

(I)

Rice, (1)

41Flour, (1) Furs, (1) Grain of all kinds, (1) Horses, (1)

Rye,

(1) Rosin, (1) Seeds, (1)Skins, (1)

Hogs, (1) Honey, (1)

Tar, (1) Turpentine,

(1)

Hemp,

(1)

Wheat,

(I)

Indian Corn, (1) Household goods and necessaries of all kinds which any per&cii or persons coming nto this Province for the purpose of actually settling therein, shall import or bring with them for their own use, and for the use of their families.

By Imperial Act,foreign production.)

6 Geo. IV. cap.

114, (the goods being

of

Hay and

Straw, (1) Coin and Bullion,

Diamonds, (1)Fruit and Vegetables, fresh, (3) Cotton Wool, (3) Goods the produce of places within the limits of the East faidm Company's Charter, (3) the Rice, "} The produce of any British possession on Indian Corn, VWest Coast of Africa, and imported direct from Lumber, (3) J thence. Any sort of craft, food, and victuals, except spirits, and anysort of clothing

and implements, or materials fit and necessary for the British Fisheries in America, imported into the place at oc from whence such Fishery is carried on, in British Ships, (3 (1)If Foreign will pay the Foreign duty- See " Table of

Duties" Sterling.(2) (8)If

Foreign prohibited. Liable to the Provincial Duties.TABLE OF PROHIBITIONScap.

By Imperial Acts, 6 Geo. IV.56> sec.

31 (from

Aims, Ammunition or Utensils of War, Books (1) for sale.

1147 and 8 Geo. I\ cap. Foreign Countries. Base or Counterfeit Coin,.

Fish, dried or salted,

Tea (2)

Gunpowder.

Train Oil and Oil of all sorts, Blubber, Fins, or Skins, the produce of Fish or creatures living in the sea (3).

(1) First composed or written and printed or reprinted in anyother country imported for sale, except books not printed in the United Kingdom within twenty years ; or being parts of collecwritten tions, the greater parts of which had been composed or abroad. (2) Except by the East India Company, or with their licence.(8)

Unless taken by British

Ships.

42

MEMORANDA ON THE LAWS AND ORDERSCOUNCIL.

IN

REGELATING "THE TRADE OF THE BRITISH POSSESSIONS ABROAD," IN RELATION TO THE IMPORT AND EXPORT TRADE AT THE PORT OF Q.UEBEC. With the United Kingdom.Goods imported, from such, must appear on Cocket, 6 Geo.cap. 114, sec. 24.

IV.

to being the produce of the Canadas. Corn, Grain, Meal or Elour, a declaration of origin required, 7 and 8 Geo. IV. cap. 57, sec. 6. (expired 1st May 1828 ) Tobacco, to be on a separate manifest, shewing the nett weight and tare of each package, 6 Geo IV. cap. 107, sec. 3. Tobacco, to be in a ship of 120 tons burthen or upwards, and in packages containing not less than 450 lbs. nett, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 107, sec. 5% Blubber, Train Oil, Spermaceti Oil, Head Matter or hale Fins, to be certified as being of British Fishery, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 107,

Goods exported

W

sec. 43.

Masts, Timber, Ashes, Staves, Wood Hoops, Shingles, Lathwood and Cord Wood for Fuel, imported by land or inland navigation into Canada, deemed the produce of Canada, 7 Geo, IV. cap. 48, sec. 45, 7 and 8 cap. 56, sec. 82. All other goods, the produce of the Canadas, appear to be without restriction, except that they must appear on the certificate of Clearance, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 107, sec. 34. Returned goods may be re-imported into the United Kingdom, provided the property in such goods continue in the person by whom or on whose account they were reported except goods for which any bounty or drawback of Excise had been received on exportation, unless by special permission of the Commissioners of H. M. Customs, and on repiyment of such bounty or such drawback, or small remnants of British goods upon proof that the same are British, and had not been sold, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 107, sec. 31. Imported goods when re-exported, viz. Coffee, Cocoa Nuts, Sugar, Molasses and Rum, although of the British possessions, deemed Foreign on importation into the United Kingdom (from Canada,) unless exported direct from the King's Warehouse, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 114, sec. 8. And accompanied by a certificate of production, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 114, sec. 27, cap. 107, sec. 35,

With other BritishGoods imported from

appear on Cocket or Clearance, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 114, sec. 24. Sugar, Coffee, Cocoa Nuts and Spirits of the British possessions, to be accompanied by a certificate of Production without such certificate forfeited, 6 Geo.

must

Possessio?i?.

IV. cap. 114, sec. 26. Mahogany of the British possessions, to be accompanied by a certificate of Production without such certificate deemed Foreign, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 114, sec. 26 and 27.

43to the produce of the Canadas, appear to be without restriction, except that they must appear on the certificate of Clearance, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 114, sec. 24. Flour (of Wheat) exported direct from the King's Warehouse, to any of the British possessions, in the West Indies or in South America, will, on importation there, be liable only to a duty of Is. instead of 5s. per barrel, 7 Geo. IV. cap. 48, sec. 46. Wood of all sorts exported direct from the King's Warehouse, to any of the British possessions in America (or the West Indies,) will on importation there be subject only to one-fourth part of such duty as would otherwise be charged thereon, 7 and 8 Geo. IV. cap. B6, sec. 2. Sugar, Coffee, Cocoa Nuts, Spirits, or Mahogany of the British possessions, when re-exported, to be accompanied by a certificate of Production, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 114, sec. 27. Note. All imported goods when re-exported, the date of importation and the name of the importing ship to be given, and if liable to duty on importation, the payment of the duty to be stated.

Goods exported

British Ships

not port goods to the said Foreign possessions.

With Foreign Countries or States. may import from any Foreign possession, any goods included in the " Table of Prohibitions,'' and they may ei-

Foreign ships, no goods shall be imported into any British possession in America in any Foreign ships, unless they be ships of the country of which such goods are the produce, and from which the goods are imported, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 109, sec. II. No ship shall be admitted to be a ship of any particular country, unless she be of the build of such country, or have been forfeited to such country under any law of the same, made for the prevention of the Slave Trade, and condemned as such prize or forfeiture, by a competent Court of such country, or be British built, (not having been a prize of war from British subjects to any other foreign country,) nor unless she be navigated by a Master who is a subject of such foreign country, and by a crew of whom three-fourths at least are subjects of such country usually residing therein, or under the dominion thereof ; Provided always, that the country of every ship shall be deemed to include all places which are under the same dominion as the place to which such ship belongs, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 109, sec. 15. The permission granted to Foreign ships to import and export good* is made subject to certain conditions, 6 Geo. IV cap. 114, sec. 4. And these conditions are by an order of His Majesty in Council dated 16th July, 1S27, (which enumerates and confirms certain previous orders in Council,) declared to be that French ships may import from the Dominions of His Most Christian Majesty, the following goods, such goods being the produce of those Dominions, that is to say, Wheat, Flour, Biscuit, Bread, Meal, Pease, Beans, Rye, Calavances, Oats, Barley, Indian Corn, Rice, Shingles, Red Oak Staves or Headings, White Oak Staves or Headings, Wood, Lumber, Wood Hoops,

44Live Stock, Hay and Straw, Coin and Bullion, Diamonds, Salt, Fruit and Vegetables Fresh, Cotton, Wool, and all articles subject on importation to an ad valorem, on which articles the amount of such duty should not at the time of importation exceed M7 10s. for every 100 of the value of the same, (but theimportation of Wine and Brandy in French ships is not permitted,) and may export goods to any foreign country whatever.Shijjs

of the Dominions of

Majesty the King of Prussia, Majesty the Emperor of all the Russias, Majesty as King of Hanover, Majesty the King of Sweden and Norway, Serene Highness the Duke of Oldenburgh, The Republics of Lubeck, Bremen and Hamburgh, The United States of America, The State of Columbia, The United Provinces of Rio-de-la-Plata, and The United States of Mexico, may respectively import from such the Dominions to which they respectively belong, goods the produce of such Dominions respectively, except those mentioned in the "Table of Prohibitions," and may export goods to be earned to any foreign country whatever. All manufactured goods are deemed to be the produce of the country of which they are the manufacture, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 109.His His His His Hissec. 5

British Coals are prohibited to be exported to any foreign place, 6 Geo. IV. cap. 114, sec. 85.

TRINITY HOUSE OF QUEBEC.This Corporationis

established by the Act 45 Geo. III.

c.

J2.

Master.... The Honble. John Stewart, 26th Aug. 1824. Deputy Master.. William Walker, Esquire, 18th April, 1827. Warden... Robert Paterson, b.sq. 21st Oct. 1H24. " Henry Le Mesurier, Esq. 19th April, 1827. " John Lambly, Esq. H, M. " Robert Young, Esq. S. P. " John Leather, Esq. 23d May, 1823. Harbour Master.. ..John Lambly, Esq. 30th May, IS 11. Charles Brocklesby, 7th May, 182S. Assista?it ditto William Lindsay, Esq. 6th Dec. 1805 Registrar William Lindsay, Esq. 1 6th Sept. 1S0S. Treasurer Jacques Langlois, 12th May, 1815 Water Bailiff. Super intendant of Pilots.... Robert Young, 26th Oct. 1822. " of the Cul de Sac,... Charles Brocklesby.

Messenger

Jean Fluet.

Branch at Montreal.Warden...... Francis Desrivieres, Esq. 6th May, 1805. " Thomas Andrew Turner, Esq. 5th May, lb 15. Robert Armour, Esq. 5th May, 1815.

45L. Macnider, Esq. I4th Sept. 1822. Peter M'Gill, Esq. ISth Oct. 1S27. John Delisle, Esq. 21st May, 1806. Clerk Harbour Master..,. Jesse D. Armstrong, 23th June, 132/ Water Baihj^....Ade\phe Delisle, 28th June, 1&27....

Warden,

Adam

BRANCH PILOTSFOR AND EELOV THE HARBOUR OF QJJEBEC, According to seniority ; with the number prefixed to each, which they are obliged, by Law, to have painted on the Fore and Main Sails, and on the Bow aud Stern of their respective Boats, under a Penalty of Ten Pounds currencyNo.

46No.

47 No

48Alexis

Marchand,

49Rates of Pilot Water and Poundage on Pilot Money are payable at the Naval Office, by Masters and Commanders of vessels,viz:

For everyvessels

are

foot of water for which masters or commanders of bound to pay their pilots, from Bic to Quebec, andto Bic, 2s. 6d.

from Quebec

For

vessels going to

Three Rivers

currency per foot. or Montreal,

100 to 150 tons inclusive, % currency, do. 1 51 to 200 tons inclusive, 2 do. 201 to 250 tons inclusive, 4 do. 5 251 tons and upwards, On settling with pilots, masters or commanders of vessels, or the consignees of such vessels, are to deduct Is. in the pound for the amount of the sums to be paid for Pilotage, which will be exacted by the Naval Officer at clearing out, the same being funded by law, under the direction of the Trinity House, for the relief of decayed pilots, their widows and children.of of of of

REGULATIONSTOR THE PAYMENT OF PILOTAGE ABOVE BIC TO Q.UEBEC.At or above the Anchorage 7 Two thirds of the present rate for of the Brandy Pots, 3 a full Pilotage. Above the Point of St. Roc fd do. Above the Point aux Pins, on the Isle aux Grues 7 lf ^ j Q * tn and below Patrick's Hole, $ At and above Patrick's Hole, l 3 4 For shifting a vessel from one Wharf to another, ~) between Brehaut's Wharf and Pointe a Cards, .,

L,(

or from or to the stream from or to any of the

above Wharfs, j For shifting a vessel from the stream or from ei-"| ther of the above Wharfs to St. Patrick's Hole|

last

or to the basin of Montmorency, or to the balground, the basin of the (haudiere, Wolfe's

^1

3

4

Cove and as

far as the river

Cap Rouge,

RATES ABOVE THE HARBOUR OF Q.UEBEC. From Quebec TFor Vessels of Register "J To Quebecto Port Neuf,

< Measurement, not 4 Cunency. ^ceeding 200 Tons ^5,

ex-

J-From Port Neuf,

J 24>-j

10s.

Currency.

6 To Threeers, or

C If above 200 and not ex- 7 c _ _ 2 10s> Iceeding 250 Tons, $If

do

'

above 250 Tons,

do.

Riv-

C(^

From

Thr.ee Riv-

abovej For Vessels not exceed- ( ers, and above Port Neuf, 61 ing 200 Tons, (Port Neuf,

U

Currency,*7'

If above 200 and not 7 i 1C 10 *' i exceeding 250 Tons, $,

J Currency.

c

508To Montreal,If

above 250 Tons,

5

10s.

T

and above j For Vessels Three Rivers, i ing 200 Tons,

"jFrom Montreal, not exceed- (and above Three(Rivers,-

7

10s.

11

Currency.

(_

J Currency.If

^ 1B16

,,,

C

le X ceeding250If

above 200 and not/ Co , Curre " c >8 los n Tons, $ above 250 Tons, 10 15s. Currency.

Pilots are at liberty to leave Vessels forty-eight hours after they arrive at the place of their destination.

LIGHT-HOUSE ON GREEN ISLAND, IN THE RIVERST.

LAWRENCE.

of the Light-House on Green Island shows a Light every Evening, from Sun Set to Sun Rise the next Morning, from the Fifteenth day of April to the Tenth day of December, inclusive ; and the following are the Bearings of it, by Compass, from

The Lantern

the respective places, hereunder mentioned, viz Red Island E. S. E. S. White Island E. N. E. E. Brandy Pots N. E. by E. | E.:

W. S. W. Apple Island Basque Island W. S. W. W. The Shoal at the N. E. end of Green Island, S. W. S. the West end of Green Island, N. E. E. The Shoal at

QUEBEC COMMITTEE OF TRADE.[instituted 1809.]

William Finlay, Chairman. John Leather, Robert Paterson, William Walker, Henry Lemesurier. William Price, John S. Campbell, Win. Budden, John Spence, Jeremiah Leaycraft, Geo. Pemberton.

Andrew Moir,Charles F. Aylwin, Secretary

Treasurer.

MONTREAL COMMITTEE OF TRADE.[instituted 1822.]

George Auldjo, Chairman. George Moffatt, Joseph Shuter,j

Peter M'Gill,

J. T. Barrett,

Benjamin Hart,

Horatio Gates,

Thomas B. Anderson, John Macdonell,Joseph Masson,

John Fisher,

Andrew Shaw.

John Fleming, Secretary.

51

>

St.

JamesThree Rivers.

,,

Bourget

J. C. Prince.

Vrsuline Convent

,,

C. Berthelot.

CURATES AND MISSIONARIES.District of Quebec.

Quebec,do.do.

do.

... ... ...,.

.

The

Bish >p of Fussala,

Rev. II. Paisley, Vicar, G. S Derome. Vicar, C Dion, Vicar.L. Gingras. b

St Pierre, \ \ St Laurent, St. Jean Baptistc, 3

2\

.

J.

M.

Forth).

75Saint Famille, Frznfois, 4 Grondine?,.

La

St.

Rev. J. Gagnon. C. Loranger. C. Hot.

Deschambiult,

.

Cap Sante,do.

.

D. Denechaud. F. GatienF. Lajus, Vicar. Gabouri. J. C. P. iourval.

Ecureuils, St. Francois, 5.

.

St.St.

Augmtin,

7A. Lefrarifois.J. C.

Catherine, $Lorette-,.

Anciendo.St.

J.

Deschenaux, V. G. Naud, Vicar.

Foy, Notre Dame, St. Ambroise,Charlesbourg, Beauport, UAnge Gardien, } Chateau Richer, St. St.

P. T. T. A.

Auger. Bedaid. Cooke. Bedard. C. Begin.C. F. Baillargeon.

Anne, 6 Joachim, n,Ferreol,7St.

y

F. J. Ranvoyze.

St.

St. Pierre.,

Baye

Paul,.

Petite Riviere,

Louis Lelievre. L. Poulin, Vicar.

Beaupre, Eboulemens,Isle

Destroismaisons.P.

Clement

aux Coudres,.

J. Asselin.

Malbay,

P. Duguay.J. B.

Lotbiniere, St. Croix, St. Antoine, 8 St. Nicolas,St.

DaveluL

P. Gagnon.

L. Raby.

Giles,

'}

M. Dufresne.

Beaurivage, Point Levy,St.

M. Mass6.J. Lacasse.J.

Henry,do.

B. Bernier, Vicar.Villade.

St.

Marie,do.

St. St.

Joseph, Francois, 9.

St. Claire, St.

A. Montminy, Vicar. B. Decoigne. V. Papineau. J. Lefrancois.

A. L. B. T.

St.St.

Gervais, Protais, Anselme,

1_)

R. Paquet P. Roy, Vicar.J. B.

St. Charles,

10

.

Perns.

Beaumont,St.St.

Michel,Vallier,

T. Letang. A. Gosselin. U. OifroL

d2

76St. Frarifois, 11 ) Bellechasse, $ St. Pierre, 12.

Rev. C

J.

Primeau,

J. Cecile.

St.

Thomas, Cap St. Ignace, }

L. Beaubien.A. Parent.J. Panet. F. Boissonnault.

Crane Island,L'Islet,St..

$

Jean Port Jolt, Roch, 13 St. Anne, 14 River Ouelle, 7St..

do.St.

\.

Louis,

Kamouraska,St.

Brodeur. Painchaud. P. Viau, V. G. N. Trudelle, Vicar. J. Varin. H. Hamel, Vicar.Li.

C. F.

Andre,

.

F. Leclerc.)

River du Loup,

Kakouna,Green Island,Trois Pistoles,. .

J. B.

Mad ran.

P. Belaud. P. Bourget.*

Rimouski, Matane, \

M. Ringuette.District of Three Rivers.

Three Rivers, } Cap Magdelen, \ Maskinonge, River du Loup, St. Leon, Yamachiche,.

Rev. L. Cadieux, G. Belcourt, Vicar. L. Marcoux.J. Lebourdais. L. Delaunais. S N. Dumoulin. O. Larue, Vicar.

do.

Point du Lac, Champlain, 1

.

P. Joyer.

Batiscan, 3 St. Genevieve, 157St.

G. Rivard.F. X.J.

Stanislas,

tote.

$

St.

Anne, 16do

M. Morin.

Jos. Moll.

Drummondville,Yarnaska, Baie du Febre.Nicolet,St.

M. Power. A. Leclerc. V. Fournier. J. RainbaultF. Deniers. F. Lejamtel. C. B. Courtain.

Gregoire,

Becancour, Gent illy, St. Jean,.

\J

.

St.

Pierre, 17

T. Pepin.

.

District of Montreal.

Montreal,

Rev.

J. A.

H. Roux, V.

G

77Montreal,do. do.do.

Rev. M.J.

C. Lesaulnier

Roque, V. G. A. Malard

do.

F. Humbert A. L. HubertJ.

do.do. do.

M. Sauvage

A. Satin

do.do. do.

N. Dufresne J. Richards J. ConteC.J.

Fay

do.do.

do.do. do.St.

B. St. Pierre F. Bonin P. Phelan F. Durocher

Laurent, IB

St Genevieve, 19 Jm chine,

R. Larre M. Lefebvre M. Chauvin A. DuranseauS.

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Pointe Claire, > St. Anne, 20 $ Pointe mix Trembles, Longue Pointe Sault aux Recollet, Riviere des Prairies, Isle Perrot, St. Martin, 2 St. Rose, St. Vincent,Berthier,St.St.St.

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"New Richmond, Paspebiac,Perce,

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*** The similarity of names among many of Lower Canada, renders it necessary to add the

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LOWER CANADA.

THE PROVINCE OFJohn Hick William Squire Thomas TurnerHI at hewJair.es

Rev. Richard Pope

Stanstead

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BarnstonShipton

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CANADA,

NOT IN CONNECTION WITH ANY CF THE PRECEDING CLERGY. Independent, Quebec Rev G. Bourne,

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Lord

liishop of

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the beneficed

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The Rev. G.J.

J.

Mountain

fhe Rev.

J. C. Driscoll,

Bethune,

J. Jackson,S. S.

R. R. Bun-age, G. Archbold.

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RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES.SEMINARS OF Q.UEBEC.Rev. Jerome Demers, V. G. The Bishop of Fussala, Rev. Pierre F. TurgeonSuperior.

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Young Females.) Superior, 1827.Q.UEBEC.

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Captain General and Commander in Chief, EXCELLENCY SIR JAMES KEMPT, K. C. B..Lt. Col. J. B. C. Duchesnay, March Heriot, April 1, 1821. F. Vassal de Monviel. Lt. Col. L. Juchereau Duchesnay,

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102Captains. BATTALION. W. Hallowell Oct 12, 12 Lieutenant Colonel. May 1, 23 S. Sewell Oct 13, do W. Porteous Shuter Major. J. Mar 25, 13 Mar 18, 27 A. Cuvillier J. Bourgeois Mar 25, do Aid Majors. T. Blackwood May 2, 21

THIRD

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Mar 16, 23 W. Blackwood Pangman, cap. E. M. Vienne, capt. July 12, 23 B. Hart V. E. St. Germain, ft. Feb 3, 27 J. Millar Mar 25, 2d S. S. Bridge C. Vienne, ens. L. C. Beaumont, ens. Mar 25, do A. L. MacniderCaptains.

Jan 7, 24 Jan 11, 25 Oct 29, 25 May 2, 23

May

3,

do

J.

M. Matthieu

P. Delfausse J. BrunelleJ.Ii.

Vienne E. Deschamps

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21 do do do

A. Payette J. B. PauzeP.

Jan

Mount

Mar Mar

3, 27 T. B. Anderson 17, 28 W. Peddie 18, do P. N. RossiterS. Spragg 12 R. Cowie

Lieutenants. July 14, Sept 14, J. Perrault Sept 15, P. Renaud Jan 30, A. E. Deschamps Mar 21, J. Pauze July 14, C Matthieu July 15, J. Romril

N. V. Caron

24 Jan 18, 25 Jan 19, do Oct 26, do Dec 1, 26 Dec 2, do

14

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27 2

P. HoofstetterJ. Stansfield

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D. Charbonneau L. Eecour P. Juneau J. BeaupreJ, T.

July 14, April 17,

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12,

Jan 23,

do R. Watkins do Ensigns. J. G. Scott 12 G Proctor 14 T. Phillips 21 A. Buchanan 27 W. Badgley.

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3,

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capt.

July 12, 28

Sturgeon.

D. Dubois,

Quarter-Master. July ens.

G. SelbyL6,

Feb 28, 11

2:

Surgeon.

R. Summers

Feb

1,

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SECOND BATTALION. Lieutenant Colonel.

GuyMajors.

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7,

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MONTREAL.FIRSTF. Desrivieres

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B.

Lieutenant Colonel.

W.1,

Beaubien Metchler

19, 143,

21

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Major.F. BadgleyJ ,

Aid Majors. FW, Desrivieres, cap Sept 26, 25 21 L. T. Bouthillier, cap. Sept 28, do21

103Baby, It. T. Kimber, ens.Captains.

Sept 4, 20

A. Larocque

Mar

25, 13

RoyB. Rollin

R. Roiland Leprohon C. DuboisPerrauit

Sept 2D,

1

Jan 21,

14

Quesnel R. Duplessis

July 21, 15 Sept 25, 25iS Gale Dec 1, 2 II. Pierre

Bourret Lai'ramboise Peltier, Jun. Perrauit

Jan 20, 14 Mar 8, 21 Sept 23, 25Sept 27, do

Dec Dec

2,

26

4, do

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21 do 25 2, do7,3,

Guy GuyDesrivieres

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AugerFrechette

BruneauBerthelet Dillon A. Delisle L. Dupuy Desautels B. Franchere Ensigns.

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23

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9,

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do P. L. Letourneau Ensigns. do 7, do C. Fremont 8, do A Barron G. R. de Beaujeu 3, 25 E. R. Fabre 4, do B. Perrauit6,

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Dec DecOct

18, 2619,7,

do 27

7, do P. Beaudri, Jun.

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April 7, 28 April 8, do April 9, do April 10, do April 11, do

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Jan 29, 14R.

Lieutenant Colonel.Griffin

MayMajor.

2, 214,

THIRD BATTALION.Lieutenant Colonels.BouthillierS.

Gerrard

MayCaptains.

21

Oct 15, 13

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J. Sanford 22, 14!"*

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Aug 11, 12 July 14, 15June 28, 16 Sep 10, 17 July 6, 22 Sep S, 23 Nov 9, do Dec 22, 26 Dec 23, do

Lieutenants.F. Tartie J. Prevost P. Cote J. B. GoyerJ.

10, do J. B. Dupere F. Bouillian 20, SS C. Dufour 14, 14 A. Fortier5,

18 E. Degagne

Nov 23, 20 L. TremblayFeb Jan Jan Jan22 E. Gagne 21 H. Tremblay B, 25 P. M'Nicol 4, do J. B. Tremblay Dec 25, 23 B. Lapointe4,1.5,

J.

Brochu David

T. GirouxF. Racicot J. B. Cadieux F. Janot

Dec 24, do Dec 2.5, do do Dec 2 Dec 2^, do Dec 29, do:

,

Lieutenants.

M.

C.

LepineEnsigns

A. L. Desautel

Dec 27 Dec 2

F. Savard

Z. PerronA. Bouchard

L. Crevier T. LepageP. Vantr B. David T. DavidJ.

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2,

06

B. Leblanc

June 14, Jan 14, Feb 7, Feb 1J, Jan S,Sept 20, Dec 27, Dec 28,

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L. Verdon C. Basinet T. GervaisJ.

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29,SO,

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11,25

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Captains.

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2,2,

2

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L. Lemoine, c...,J. Jenkins, Quebec. J. Gordon, Isle aux Noix. do. J, M'Callum, J. Masson, Quebec.

District Overseer

Master SmithsMaster MasonsMaster Carpenters

Wm. Morrison, do. F. Wright, Isle aux Noix.

Hospitals 3 Physician to the Forces... Arthur Stewart, M. D.. .Quebec. Apothecary to the Forces... John F. Pink... Quebec, Montreal. Assistant Staff Surgeons.... William Pardy, M. D.... Jame