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The Royal Family
Victoria, Queen of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland; only daughter of His late Royal Highness, Edward Duke of Kent, and Victoria, late Duchess of Kent, daughter of Francis, Duke of Saxe Coburg; born the 25th May, 1819; succeeded to the Throne on the decease of her Uncle, William IV., June 20th 1837; Proclaimed June 21st, 1837; Crowned June 28th 1838,; Married February 10th, 1840, to Field Marshall His Royal Highness Prince Albert Augustus Charles Emanuel Prince of Saxe Coburg and Gotha, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, &c, &c, &c, who died in Windsor Castle December 14th, 1861.
Issue: - Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa (Princess Royal), born November 21st, 1840, married January 25th, 1858, H.R.H., Frederick William, Prince of Prussia; Albert Edward (Prince of Wales) born November 9th, 1841, married 10th March, 1863; Alice Maud Mary, born April 25th, 1843, married July 1st, 1862, H.R.H. Prince Louis of Hesse; Alfred Ernest Albert, born August 6th, 1844; Helena Augusta Victoria, born May 25th, 1846; Louise Caroline Alberta, born March 18th, 1848; Arthur William Patrick, born May 1st, 1850; Leopold George Duncan Albert, born April 7th, 1853; Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodore, born April 14th, 1857.
The Queen's Cousins: - George V., King of Hanover, born May 27th, 1819; George, Duke of Cambridge, born March 26th, 1819; Princess Augusta (Duchess of Mecklenburg Streitz), born July 19th, 1822; Mary Adelaide Wilhelmina Elizabeth, born November 27th, 1833.
Provincial Government of Prince Edward Island
Seat of Government - Charlottetown
His Excellency George Dundas, Esq.,
Lieutenant - Governor and Commander - in - Chief, in and over Her
Majesty's Island Prince Edward, and its Dependancies; Chancel -
lor, Vice Admiral, and Ordinary of the same, &c., &c., &c.
Hon John Hamilton Grey, President.
Hon. Edward Palmer Hon. David Kaye Hon. James Yeo Hon. James McLaren Hon. John Longworth Hon Daniel Davies Hon. James C. Pope Hon William Henry Pope
Clerk: Charles Desbrisay, Esq.
Assistant Clerk: Donald Currie, Esq.
Hon. Donald Montgomery, President
Charlottetown and Royalty - Hon. Edward Palmer
First District - Hons. Donald Montgomery and Kenneth Henderson
Second District - Hons. George Beer and John Goff
First District - Hons. Patrick Walker and Joseph Dingwall
Second District - Hons. James McLaren and Andrew A. McDonald
First District - Hons. James Yeo and W. Warren Lord
Second District - Hons. Alexander Anderson & Donald Ramsay
Clerk - James Barrett Cooper, Esq.
Chaplain - Rev. David Fitzgerald
Usher of the Black Rod and Sergeant at Arms - Robert Hyndman, Esq.
Messenger - William O. Trowan
Doorkeeper - John Scott
House of Assembly
Hon. T. Heath Haviland, Speaker
Charlottetown - Frederick de St. Croix Brecken and Hon. Daniel Davies
First District - Donald Montgomery and William Haslam
Second District - Hons. John Longworth and Alexander Laird
Third District - Hons. George Coles and Francis Kelly
Fourth District - Hons. John Hamilton Gray and William H. Pope
Georgetown - Hons. T. Heath Haviland and Roderick McAulay
First District - Hons. Joseph Hensley and Donald Beaton
Second District - Hon. Edward Whelan, John Sutherland
Third District - Hon. Edward Thornton, Ronald Walker
Fourth District - Hon. David Kaye, James Duncan
First District - Nicholas Conroy and George Howlan
Second District - David Ramsay and John Yeo
Third District - Hon. James Warburton, George Sinclair
Fourth District - Hon. James O. Pope, Cornelius Howatt
Fifth District - Colonel McLennan and Daniel Green
Chief Clerk - John McNeill, Esq.
Assistant Clerk - Mr. William McLean
Chaplain - Rev. George Sutherland
Sergeant - at - Arms - Albert H. Yates, Esq.
Messenger - Mr. Angus McKinnon
Doorkeeper - Mr. William Birch
Assistant Doorkeeper - Mr. John Passmore
Principal Public Officers
Colonial Secretary - Hon. William H. Pope
Colonial Treasurer - George Wright, Esq.
Attorney - General - Hon. Edward Palmer
Comptroller of Customs - Hon. Francis Longworth
Commissioner of Crown Lands and Surveyor - General - Hon. John Aldous
Registrar of Deeds & Keeper of Plans - Robert Crawford, Esq.
Postmaster - General - Lemuel C. Owen, Esq.
Queen's Printer - John Ings, Esq.
Road Correspondent - John W. Morrison, Esq.
Assistant Treasurer - John Robins, Esq.
Assistant Comptroller of Customs - John S. Bremner, Esq.
Inspectors of Public Schools - John Arbuckle, Esq., A. M., Charlottetown; William H. Buckerfield, Alberton
Surveyor of Shipping - Hon. G. R. Goodman
Auditors of Public Accounts - James Anderson and Henry Haszard, Esqs.
Superintendent of Public Works - Thomas Alley
Adjutant - General of Militia - Lieut. - Col. P. D. Stewart
Provincial Aides - de - Camp - Hon. John Longworth and Capt. R. R. Hodgson
Private Secretary - George D. Atkinson, Esq.
Paymaster of Pensioners - John Robins, Esq.
Consular Agent, Charlottetown
J. H. Sherman, Esq., Consular Agent for the United States
Corporation of Charlottetown
Mayor - Hon. Thomas H. Haviland
Recorder - John Lawson, Esq.
Ward No. 2 - James Reddin and John H. Gates
Ward No. 3 - John Brecken and James DesBrisay
Ward No. 4 - William E. Dawson and John Scott
Ward No. 5 - Theophilus DesBrisay and George Davies
Officers of the Corporation
Treasurer - Benjamin DesBrisay
City Clerk - Peter MacGowan
Assessors - Wm. R. Watson, Morin Lowden, and Owen Connolly
Auditors - J. S. Carvell and Andrew Mitchell
Wharfinger, Harbor Master & City Surveyor - Silas Bernard
Collector - John Lockhart
Assayer - John P. Tanton
Pound Keepers - Nicholas Harvie and Isaac Knight
Coal Meter - Michael O'Hara
Inspector of Bread - W. B. Davidson
Market Clerk - George Lewis
City Crier - John Hatch
Chief - Angus McLeod
Policemen - Francis McCabe, Hezekiah H. Pollard, Thomas Brennan, Thomas Robison, James Richards
Chief Engineer - William Heard
Ward No. 1 - Wm. R. Watson, John Ings, Wm. Wright
Ward No. 2 - Thomas Alley, Donald McIsaac, Wm. McGill
Ward No. 3 - William Dodd, George Douglas, James M'Nally
Ward No. 4 - Hon. George Beer, John Brecken, Adam Murray
Ward No. 5 - George Douglas (Kent St.), Edward Neidham, William Boyle
This Court, established for the purpose of adjudicating in cases of Small Debts, is composed of His Worship the Mayor, with two councillors, or, in the Mayor's absence, three councillors. Its sittings are held in the City Hall, on the first Friday of each month, with power to adjourn to the following day. The last day of issuing Summonses for the monthly sittings is the Wednesday week previous to the said first Friday. The new act gives immediate jurisdiction to the extent of 20 pounds.
Charlottetown - Daniel Hodgson and John McNeill
Orwell - John McDougall
New London - James Pidgeon
Lot 49 - John R. Bourke
Belfast - Alexander McLean
Georgetown - David Kaye
Bay Fortune - Henry Williams
Murray Harbour - George Harris
St. Eleanor's - Thomas Hunt
Bedeque - Hon. John Wright
Princetown - Peter McNutt
Nail Pond - Fidelle J. Gaudet
Tignish - William Hubbard
Charlottetown - Henry A. Johnson
Bedeque - A. Vaughan
Three Rivers - David Kaye
Cascumpec - [blank]
Souris - Ephriam B. Muttart
Superintendents in Vaccination
Charlottetown - Henry A. Johnson
Georgetown - David Kaye
Summerside - Henry F. Jarvis
Post Office Department
Post Offices in Prince Edward Island, with Postmaster's names, and times of mails leaving Charlottetown.
Lemuel C. Owen, Esq., Postmaster - General, Charlottetown
Peter DesBrisay, Assistant
Wellington H. Faught, Additional Assistant.
Monday and Thursday, at 8 A. M.
Barrett's Cross William Glover Cascumpeque Benjamin Rogers Cavendish Sarah McNeill French River Jane McKay Hope River Robert Simpson Indian River Donald McLellan Kildare Bridge Thomas Hockin Kildare John Wade Lot 6 Thomas Hapgood Lot 11 John Dignan Lot 12 John Wallace Lot 14 `John O'Connors Lot 16 Donald Campbell New Glasgow Andrew Nisbet New London (Campbellton) Duncan McIntyre North Rustico George Budd Park Corner Charles Doyle Port Hill John Hapgood Princetown Neil MacKay Princetown Road John Rattenbury Quagmire A. H. Allan Rustico John Fairclough St. Eleanors Alexander E. Holland Mount Pleasant (Lot 12) Benjamin Murray New Wiltshire Mrs. Edwards Springfield (Lot 67) Harriett Palmer Summerside Thomas Crabbe Tignish Robert Bellin Traveller's Rest John Townsend Wheatley River James Power
Monday, at 8 A.M.
Anderson's Road Jacob Schurman Brackley Point James G. McCallum Covehead David Lawson Covehead Road Thomas McGrath Egmont Bay Syl. Arsenault Fifteen Point William Hibbits Freetown Robert Auld Graham's Road E. Brenan Lot 67 John MacKay
Thursday, at 8 A.M.
Lot 7 S. M. Beckwith Miminegash Richard Costin West Cape James Kinley Western Road James McNaught
Tuesday And Friday, at 8 A.M.
Augustine Cove Jos. Stagman Bedeque William Wilson Bonshaw Donald McNevin Cape Traverse Isaac Clark Crapaud George Wiggington Cornwall William Pethic DeSable M. S. Holm North Bedeque Henry Clark Searletown William Allan Tryon William Leard
On Tuesday, at 9 A.M.
Long Creek John McEwen
Monday and Thursday, at 7 P.M.
Bay Fortune Valentine Needham Fort Augustus Francis Kelly Head Gr. River (East) G. Wise Lot 35 William Small Rollo Bay James Davidson St. Peters William Sterns Lot 47 Joseph McVean Lot 56 William Norton Mount Pleasant (Hillsborough) James Ross St. Peters Bay John Sutherland Souris Robert Boswell Farmington George Robinson
Thursday, at 7 P.M.
Red Point Samuel MacDonald
Monday, at 7 P.M.
Fairfield Patrick Kavanah Goose River Michael McDonald Lot 45 Herman McDonald St. Margarets James McCormick
Tuesday and Friday, at 8 A.M.
Belfast Donald Fraser Cherry Valley Angus McLellan Flat River Kenneth Morrison Georgetown Andrew W. LeBroq Little Sands Angus Blue Lot 49 James J. Gay Montague William McLaren Lot 64 (Murray River) Thomas Lowe Monaghan James Wisner Murray Harbour Road Angus Gillis Murray Harbour (South) C. Brehaut New Perth James Finlay Orwell Donald McLeod Southport Henry Beer Vernon River John Adams Wood Islands John Kennedy Cardigan W. Alley
Friday, at 8 A.M.
Murray Harbour (North) J. Dalziel Sturgeon Duncan Fraser
The Inland mails are due as follows: - Western, via Great Western Road, every Tuesday and Friday evening; do. Via Tryon, every Wednesday and Saturday evening. Southern mails (Georgetown, &c.), every Wednesday and Saturday. Eastern (St. Peters, Souris, &c.), every Wednesday and Saturday.
The mails for the United States and the neighboring Provinces are made up twice a week, and despatched by steamer to Pictou, N.S., and Shediac, N.B., during the summer months; and by the ice - boat from Cape Traverse to Cape Tormentine, thrice a week, during the winter. To the United Kingdom once a fortnight during the summer, and twice every alternate week during the winter.
To Newfoundland twice every second week throughout the year, and to Bermuda and West Indies once a fortnight.
Rates of Postage
For Letters: - Half-ounce, one rate; one ounce, two rates. Half-ounces are not reckoned on any letter going by British packets after its weight reaches an ounce, but each ounce is recognized as two rates.
To any place within the Island, 2d. Per rate must be prepaid, or 4d. Paid by receiver.
Nova Scotia, 3d. Must be prepaid; or 6d. Paid by receiver; New Brunswick and Canada, 3d.
Bermuda, Newfoundland, and British West Indies, 9d. - 3d. Of which must be prepaid.
United States, 6d. The rate.
United Kingdom, 9d. Per rate must be prepaid, or 6d. Fined, if unpaid.
New Zealand, Australia, or India, 1s 4 ½ d. must be prepaid.
California and Oregon, 9d.
For Printed Matter.
Books: To and from the United Kingdom - under 4 oz. 4 ½ d.; 8 oz., 9d.; 1 lb., 1s 6d.; and 9d. For each additional 8 ozs. To the Colonies, over 2 oz., one halfpenny per oz.
Advertisements:, &c., 1d. Per oz.
Newspapers for Newfoundland, Bermuda, West Indies, and foreign countries, 1d. Stg. Each must be prepaid; for Australia, India, 2d. Stg. each must be prepaid.
Parcels, the weight of which shall not exceed 3 lbs. Not 1 foot in length, can be sent in the mail; under 1 lb., 1s. 3d.; 2 lbs., 2s. 6d.; 3 lb., 3s. 9d. - must be prepaid in stamps, and have the words "By Parcel Post" plainly written on it. No letters shall be enclosed. Can be registered on prepayment of 3d. Additional by stamps; if name and address of sender be written on the parcel, should it fail delivery, it will be returned to sender unopened.
Court of Chancery
Chancellor, His Excellency, the Lieutenant Governor
Master of the Rolls, Hon. James H. Peters
Masters and Examiners, William Forgan, John Longworth, and T. Heath Haviland
Registrar, Charles DesBrisay
Counselors and Solicitors, The Barristers and Attorneys of the Supreme Court
Crier and Tipstaff, John McKinnon
Terms of Court - Hilary Term commences on the first Tuesday in February, and ends the Saturday next ensuing. Trinity Term commences on the last Tuesday in May, and ends the Saturday following. Michaelmas Term commences on the third Tuesday in November, and ends on the Saturday following.
Instance Court of Vice Admiralty
Judge of Commissary, Hon. Robert Hodgson
Advocate General, Hon. Edward Palmer
Registrar, Charles DesBrisay, Esq.
Marshall, Robert Hyndman, Esq.
Crier and Doorkeeper, Mr. John McKinnon
Court of Marriage and Divorce
President, His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor
Members, The Hon. Her Majesty's Executive Council
Solicitors and Proctors, The Attorneys of the Supreme Court
Court of Probate of Wills and Granting Letters of Administration
Hon. Charles Young, LL.D., Surrogate
Proctors and Advocates, The Attorneys and Solicitors of the Supreme Court
Chief Justice, Hon. Robert Hodgson
Assistant Judge, Hon. James H. Peters
Puisne Judge, John Barrow, Esq.
Attorney-General, Hon. Edward Palmer
Queen's Council, Hon. Charles Young, LL.D., Hon William Forgan, John Lawson, Esq., Hon. Edward Palmer, Hon. Joseph Hensley, and Hon. John Longworth.
Clerk of the Crown and Prothonotary, Daniel Hodgson
Deputy for Queen's County, John Low
Deputy of King's County, William Sanderson
Deputy for Prince County, William Sanderson
Sheriff of Queen's County, John C. Burns
Sheriff of King's County, William Beairsto
Sheriff of Prince County, Daniel Gordon
Terms of the Supreme Court
Queen's County - Hilary Term commences on the first Tuesday in January, and continues fourteen days. Easter Term commences on the first Tuesday in May, and continues seven days. Trinity Term commences on the last Tuesday in June, and continues fourteen days. Michaelmas Term continues on the last Tuesday in October, and continues seven days.
King's County - At Georgetown on the second Tuesday in March, and the third Tuesday in July, and continues for seven days.
Prince County- At St. Eleanors, on the first Tuesday in June, and the first Tuesday in October, and continues for seven days.
Commissioners for Affidavits in the Supreme Court
T. Des Brisay
Allan McDougall - Montague
Nicholas Conroy - Tignish
Jeremiah Simpson - Cavendish
John Wright - Bedeque
Edward Thornton - Three Rivers
Peter McCallum and J. Jardine - St. Peters
Benjamin Beairsto - Princetown
William Sanderson - Georgetown
John C. Simms - New London
John Frost - Lot 56
William W. Irving - Bonshaw
Cornelius Howatt - Tryon
Cornelius Higgins - Covehead
John R. Bourke - Lot 49
Thomas Hunt - St. Eleanors
John Macgowan - Souris
Francis Kelly - Fort Augustus
James Kinley - Lot 7
William Beairsto - Lot 17
John Woodman - Cascumpec
Donald McLeod - Lot 57
Commissioners for Issuing Treasury Notes
Theophilus Des Brisay
Commissioners under the Insolvent Debtors Act
Queen's County - George F. C. Lowden
King's County - William Sanderson
Finlay McNeill, Daniel Gordon, and David Kaye
Prince County - Stephen Wright
Thomas Hunt, Joseph Bell, James C. Pope, and George Jones
Commissioners for Prison Discipline, and for adding Hard Labor to the
Sentence of Imprisonment
Queen's County - Thomas Pethic,
Peter Macgowan, John Trenaman, Robert Hutchinson, James Anderson
King's County - Edward Thornton,
William B. Aitken, William Sanderson, Andrew A. MacDonald, and George Poole
Prince County - Archibald Campbell,
Thomas Hunt, and Hugh Carr
Commissioners for Small Debts
Charlottetown - First Monday and Tuesday in each month
Thomas Pethic, Neil Rankin, George Beer, John Morris, Thomas W. Dodd.
Clerk - Theophilus Des Brisay
New Glasgow - Second Tuesday
Charles Gregor, William Bagnall, William Brown
Clerk - John Darrach
New London - First Wednesday
William Cousins, Duncan McIntyre, George MacKay
Clerk - Archibald McKinnon
Stanhope - Second Tuesday
John Shaw, William Auld, Charles Higgins
Clerk - John Leitch
Lots 48, 49, and 50 - First Thursday
John Roach Bourke, Alexander McRae, Thomas Beers
Clerk - Thomas Sheidow
Belfast - Second Tuesday
Alexander McLean, Donald McLeod, Daniel Fraser
Clerk - William McLean
Duncan Munn, Wellington Compon [sic], Thomas H. Munn
[No Clerk Given]
Crapaud - Second Thursday
William Inman, John Currie, William Rogerson
Clerk - Murdoch Holm
Georgetown - First Tuesday
Hon. John Goff, Finlay McNeill, James McFarlane
Clerk - Roderick Munro
East Point - First Thursday
James McDonald - Kingsborough, James McVean, Angus Fisher
Clerk - Duncan Robertson
Souris - First Wednesday
Alexander Leslie, Charles McEachern, William Stainforth MacGowan
Clerk - Robert Boswell
Bay Fortune - Second Thursday
John Frost, Laughlan Mathewson - Dundas, Roderick McIntyre - Cow River Lot 48.
Clerk - William Norton
St. Peters - Second Tuesday
John Jardine, Peter McCallum, J. B. Cox
Clerk - Edmund Jardine
Murray Harbor - Second Tuesday
Vere Beck, senior, Henry Brehaut, Robert Whiteway
Clerk - David Creighton
Cascumpec - First Wednesday
James Forsythe, William Haywood, Benjamin Rogers
[No Clerk Given]
Princetown Royalty - First Thursday
Hon. Donald Ramsay, James Henderson, Peter MacNutt
Clerk - Neil MacKay
Township 13 - Second Thursday
Humphrey McLaren, Murdoch McKinnon, jr., Arch. McIntosh
Clerk - D. C. Ramsay
St. Eleanors - Second Wednesday
Harry Compton Green, James Campbell, William Beairsto
Clerk - Thomas Hunt
Bedeque - Second Wednesday
Hon. Alexander Anderson, Stephen Wright, Philip Baker
Clerk - M. Wright
Tryon - First Tuesday
Robert Muirhead, Thomas Ives, John Bell
Clerk - ___ Craig
Nail Pond - Third Tuesday
Hon. Stanislaus F. Perry, William Hubbard, Richard Dawson
Clerk - John D. Hubbard
Deputies for Granting Heplevins [?]
Queen's County - Duncan McIntyre - Campbelton, Daniel Fraser - Eldon, Belfast
King's County - Andrew Miller - Murray Harbor, W. B. Aitken - Georgetown, Donald McDonald - St. Margaret's, Murdoch Murray - St. Peter's Bay
Prince County - Robert Munhead - Tryon, Benjamin Rogers - Cascumpec
Commissioners for Taking Recognizance for Bail
Nicholas Conroy - Tignish; Joseph Murphy - Lot 11; John Woodman - Cascumpec; James Kinley - Lot 7; William Beairsto - Lot 17; John Townsend - Lot 19; Richard Hudson - Tryon, Thomas Hunt - St. Eleanor's; Allan McDougald - Montague, John R. Bourke - Lot 49, Francis Kelly - Lot 36; Charles Gregor - Brackley Point; George Bagnall - Lot 23; Donald Palmer - Crapaud; Peter McCallum - St. Peter's Bay; John Frost - Lot 56; James McLaren - Lot 52; Philip Beers - Montague; Donald McKinnon - Lot 55; Edward Thornton - Three Rivers; and John Goff - Lot 53.
Commissioners for Taking Acknowledgement Deeds
Queen's County - Donald McLeod - Orwell, James Pidgeon - New London
King's County - Edward Thornton - Georgetown, John Jardine - St. Peter's, John MacGowan - Souris, John Dalzeil - Murray Harbour
Prince County - Thomas Hunt - St. Eleanors, Dougald S. MacNutt - Princetown, John Lord - Tryon, Alexander McDonald - Augustin Cove, Stanislaus F. Perry - Tignish, Colin McLennan - Summerside, John B. Schurman, Bedeque.
Commissioners of Highways
Benjamin Haywood - District No. 1 - comprising Lots 1, 2, and 3.
James Gordon - District No. 2 - Lots 4, 5, and 6.
Michael Dalton - District No. 3 - Lots 7, 8, and 9.
Joseph Murphy - District No. 4 - Lots 10, 11, and 12.
Donald Campbell - District No. 5 - Lots 10, 14 and 15.
John Townsend - District No. 6 - Lots. 17 and 19, and the Line Road between 19 and 25.
George Mountain - District No. 7 - Lot 17 and Princetown Royalty.
William Taylor - District No. 8 - Lots 25 and 26.
Jacob Gouldroup - District No. 9 - Lots 27 and 28.
Lawrence Yeo - District No. 10 - Lots 13 and 14.
William Beairsto - District No. 11 - Summerside.
Arch. McKinnon - District No. 1 - Lots 20 & 21.
Edwin Bagnall - District No. 2 - Lots 22 and 67.
Christopher C. Proudfoot - District No. 3 - Lot 23 and 24.
John McMillan - District No. 4 - Lots 33 and 34.
Archibald C. McNeil - District No. 5 - Lots 20, 30, and 65.
John McPhey - District No. 6 - Lots 31 and 32.
John Scott McLeod - District No. 7 - those portions of Lots 35. 36 and 37, on the South side of the Hillsborough.
Nichol Jenkins - District No. 9 - Lots 49 and 50.
Donald McLeod - District No. 10 - Lots 57 and 58.
Hector Morrison - District No. 11 - Lots 90 [???] and 62.
Alfred LePage - District No. 12.
Hector McLean - District No. 13.
[No District 8 Listed]
William Hooper - District No. 1 - Lots 38, 39, and 40, West of Morell River.
Peter McCallum - District No. 2 - Lots 41, 40, and 39, East of Morell River, and St. Peter's Harbor Mouth, and Morell River Bridge.
Roderick McIntyre - District No. 3 - Lots 42 and 43, including Division Line Road between Lots 43 and 44.
John MacGowan - District No. 4 - Lots 44 and 45.
Samuel MacDonald - District No. 5 - Lots 46 and 47.
William Conahan - Lots 56, 55 - North of Grand River, and Grand River Bridge.
John Crawford - District No. 7 - Lot 55, South of Grand River, Lot 53, North of Cardigan River, and Lot 54.
John Hamilton - District No. 8.
Alexander Campbell - District No. 9 - Lots 59 and 61 Montague Bridge.
Henry Brehaut - District No. 10 - Lots 63 and 64.
Alexander Robertson - District 11 - that part of Lot 53 being south of Cardigan and North of Brudenell Rivers including Georgetown Royalty and Common, and reserved lands adjoining Royalty.
Justices of the Peace Throughout the Island.
Hon. Robert Hodgson, Chief Justice
Hon. James Horsfield Peters, Assistant Judge
John Barrow, Esq., Puisne Judge
Hons. John Hamilton Grey, Edward Palmer, James Yeo, John Longworth,
James C. Pope, David Kaye, James MacLaren, Daniel Davis, William Henry Pope.
Daniel Hodgson, Esq., Clerk of the Crown
Robert Bruce Stewart.
Justices of the Peace for Queen's County
T. H. Haviland. Charlottetown
Charles Young, Charlottetown
William Macneil, Cavendish
William Cundall, Charlottetown
G. R. Goodman, Charlottetown
Charles Braddock, St. Cuthbert's
Peter Emery, Wood Islands
John C. Simms, New London
Ralph Brecken, Charlottetown
John R. Bourke, Lot 49
Bentinck [sic?] H., Cumberland
James D. Haszard, Charlottetown
W. W. Irving, Charlottetown
Francis Longworth, Charlottetown
Daniel Brennan, Charlottetown
T. B. Tremain, Charlottetown
W. Swaby, Jr., Mount Stewart
William Haslem, Lot 67
George M'Kay, New London
Donald Palmer, Crapaud
James B. Cooper, Charlottetown
Theo. DesBrisay, Charlottetown
W. W. Lord, Charlottetown
George Birnie, Charlottetown
John Morris, Charlottetown
James Pidgeon, New London
Thomas Pethick, Charlottetown
Francis Kelly, Ft. Augustus
Robert Hutchinson, Charlottetown
William Douse, Charlottetown
Samuel Nelson, Charlottetown
Henry Haszard, Charlottetown
Patrick Walker, Charlottetown
William Bagnall, Lot 22
J. Robertson, Lot 34, St. Peters Road
John M'Dougald, Orwell
Peter M'Gowan, Charlottetown
John Picton Beete, Charlottetown
James Millar, Sr., Lot 34
George Bagnall, New Glasgow
Joseph Ball, Charlottetown
Alexander Smith, Lot 49
John Farquharson, Lot 48
Robert Hyndman, Charlottetown
Frederick W. Hales, Charlottetown
John Trenaman, Charlottetown
John M'Gill, Charlottetown
Donald M'Isaac, Charlottetown
W. H. Hyde, West River
Charles Gregor, Brackley Point
Wm. R. Watson, Charlottetown
David Irving, Cherry Valley
Donald Lamont, West River
Donald Munro, Belfast
Duncan M'Intyre, New London
James M'Kie, New London
Francis M'Quade, Lot 35
James Warren, North River
Peter Robertson, Lot 48
John M'Donald (Allan's son), Lot 35
John Nicholson Jr., Belfast
Alexander Dixon, Pinette
Donald McLeod, Orwell
Samuel Murchison, Belfast
Angus McAuley, Tracadie
Benjamin Davis, Charlottetown
Philip Lane, Lot 49
Alexander Martin, Lot 67
Alexander McLean, Pinette
Henry J. Callbeck, Charlottetown
Alexander Robertson, Bonshaw
Charles M'Donald, Orwell
John M'Millan (Allan's son)
Alexander Martin Jr., Orwell
David Mutch, Rustico
Alexander McIsaac, Wood Islands
Ewen Lamont, Murray Harbour Road
John M'Millan (Teacher), Woodville
George Lawson, Stanhope