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      Ontario Directory for 1851


   A Village situated in the Township of Ancaster, County
of Wentworth. C.W. -distant from Hamilton, 8 miles-
usual stage fare, 1s. 3d. - distant from Dundas, 4 miles.


AIKMAN, J., mill owner, Cold Spring mills.
BYRNS, George, boot and shoemaker.
CHEP, JAMES, postmaster.
DEAN & CRUIKSHANK, blacksmiths, plough and wagonmakers.
EGGLESTON, H. & A., ironfounders and machinests.
GABLE, J. tanner and leather merchant.
GURNET, L.A., general merchant.
KELLY, ISAAC, miller and cotton manufacturer.
ROUSSEAU, G.B., dealer in dry goods, hardware, crockery,
glass, &c.
RUSSELL, JAMES, miller and woollen merchant.
TIDY, JOHN, Odd Fellows' Hotel and stage house - this
house has good accommodations and excellent stabling.

Aikman, Samuel, saw mill.
Ashmore and Thureson, machinists.
Bishop, Thomas, saddler.
Brander, Alexander, tailor.
Bull, J.J., innkeeper.
Cameron, Francis, M.D.
Coutenary, John, shoemaker.
Dalton, William H., M.D.
Erwin, Eli, mason.
Fordham, Gideon, waggonmaker.
Grooms, John, carpenter.
Henderson, George, blacksmith.
Howitt, George, tailor.
Loder, William, general store.
Lovett, James. innkeeper.
Milne, A.S., barrister at law.
Murray, B., tailor.
McDonald, J., innkeeper.
Robinson, John, carpenter.
Robinson, James, waggonmaker.
Raymond, -------, tailor and druggist.

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