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Lovell's Plantagenet

 (Formerly called Hattville)
A village on the South Nation, township of Plantagenet, county of Prescott.
The celebrated Carratraca mineral springs are only a short distance from
this place. Montreal Telegraph has an office here. Distant from Ottawa 41
miles, fare by steamboat $1, by stage $2, from Montreal 78 miles. Mail
daily. Population about 180.

Chamberlain Wyman A., assistant post master, general store
Charbonneau Louis, general store
Cheeseman William, shoemaker
Darraugh Andrew P, farmer
Darragh Daniel, farmer
Darragh Patrick C, farmer
Deslauriers J. Bte, councillor, farmer
Dufort Jean Baptiste, blacksmith
Eastman Miss Sarah, school teacher
Eastman Robert, tanner
Edgar Thomas, farmer
Erratt William J P, farmer
Gauthier Ludger, shoemaker
Georgen Peter, farmer
Hagar Albert, MD, general store, saw and grist mill
Hoge George, farmer
James Theodore, farmer
Larocque Charles, innkeeper
Lawless John, farmer
Lemieus Samuel, millwright
McDonnell Patrick, councillor, farmer
McKay John, bailiff, innkeeper
McKinlay Hugh, farmer
Maille Joseph, carpenter
Montreal Telegraph Co, Geo Wright operator
O'Keefe John, saddler
Perrault Jean, councillor, farmer
Prentiss George Weymouth, MD
Rodden Richard J, storekeeper
Smith Henry, postmaster, assessor
Story Eilliam, miller
Vanbridger James, bookkeeper, clerk of Division Court
Vogau Henry, lumberman
Wright George W, operator Montreal Telegraph Co
Yeon Peter, depute reeve, councillor, hotel keeper