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Collfield to Cuslett, Canada

COLLFIELD, a post village in Pontiac co., Que., 11 miles from Portage du Fort. It contains a saw mill, and has a good lumber trade. Pop. 90.

COLLIERS, a large fishing settlement in the district of Harbor Main, Nfld., at the head of Conception Bay, 6 miles from Brigus. Pop. 480.

COLLINA, a post village and settlement in Kings co., N.B., 9 miles from Apohaqui. Pop. 350.

COLLINA, St. John co., N.B. See Quaco.

COLLINET, a fishing settlement at the head of St. Marys Bay, Nfld., 56 miles from St. John's.

COLLI.NGWOOD, an incorporated town in Simcoe co., Ont., situated on Nottawasaga Bay, on the south shore of Georgian Bay, and on the Northern railway, 95 miles N.N.W. of Toronto. It contains 1 large tannery, 1 brewery, 1 steam flourmill, sash, door, blind, pump and other factories, several hotels and churches, a number of stores, 2 printing offices, 2 telegraph agencies, a branch bank, and several shipyards and grain elevators. It has a large lumber, grain and produce trade, and is the starting point of steamers for Owen Sound, Sault Ste. Marie, Fort William and Duluth. Pop. 2,829.

COLLINS BAY, a post village in Frontenac co., Ont., situated on the River St. Lawrence, with a station on the G.T. R., 8 miles from Kingston. It contains a telegraph office, hotel, store, church and gristmill. Pop. 130.

COLLIN'S INLET, a post office in the district of Algoma, Ont., 15 miles from Killarney, Manitoulin Island.

COLPOY'S BAY, a post village on an inlet of Georgian Bay, in Bruce co., Ont., 25 miles from Owen Sound. It contains grist and saw mills, and 2 stores. Pop. 50.

COLUMBIA, Peel co., Ont. See Coventry.

COLUMBUS, a post village in Ontario co., Ont., 6 miles from Oshawa. It contains woolen and gristmills, a potash factory, and several churches: hotels and stores. Pop. 400.

COLVILLE BAY, Kings co., P.E.I. See Souris.

COMBER, a post village in Essex co., Ont., on the C. S. R., 30 miles from Amherstburg. It contains a telegraph office, an hotel, and 3 or 4 stores, and has a good trade in country produce, timber, railroad ties and staves. Pop. 100.

COMBERMERE, a post village in Renfrew co., Ont., on the Madawaska River, 54 miles from Pembroke. It has a telegraph office and 3 stores. Pop. 50.

COMO; a post village in Vaudreuil co., Que., situated on the south shore of the Lake of Two Mountains, opposite the Indian village of Oka, 37 miles from Montreal. It is a landing place of the Ottawa River steamers, and has a telegraph office. Pop. 200.

C OMOX, a post village on Vancouver Island, B.C., at the mouth of a river of the same name, (sometimes called the Courtenay River, 129 miles from Victoria. There are great indications of coal here and in the vicinity. A steamer from Victoria calls weekly. Pop. 102.

COMPTON, a county in the S.E. part of Quebec, bordering on the States of Maine and New Hampshire. It is traversed by the Grand Trunk railway, and watered by the Eaton River and a number of smaller streams. The lands in this county are rich in mineral and agricultural wealth. Area 833,490 acres. Capital, Cookshire. Pop. 13,665.

COMPTON, a thriving post village in Compton co., Que., on the Coaticook river, with a station on the G. T. R., 114 miles from Montreal, and 11 miles S.S.E. of Sherbrooke. It contains a telegraph office, 3 churches, 2 hotels, 7 stores, a ladies college, and a high school, and has a good trade in country produce and farm stock. Pop. 500.

CONCHE, a fishing station and harbor on the French shore, Nfld., 10 miles from the entrance to Canada Bay. On what is called the French shore only the French are allowed to fish.

CONCORD, a post settlement in Pictou co., N.S., on Middle river, 3 miles from Glengarry. Pop. 200.

CONCORD, a post village in York co., Ont., 3 miles from Thornhill. It contains 2 stores and 1 hotel.

CONDON SETTLEMENT, a post settlement in Kings co., N.S.

CONESTOGO, a thriving post village in Waterloo co., Ont., at the confluence of the Conestogo and Grand rivers, 8 miles from Berlin. It contains a distillery, flax and gristmills, a telegraph office, 3 hotels, and several stores. Pop. 450.

CONEY ARM, a small fishing station and harbor on the French shore, Nfld., 30 miles from Great Harbor Deep. Pop. 25.

CONINGSBY, a post village in Wellington co., Ont., 4J miles from Hillsburgh, 22 miles from Georgetown. Pop. 50.

CONN, a small fishing settlement in the district of Fortune Bay, Nfld., 48 miles from Harbor Briton. Pop. 20.

CONNAUGIIT, a post village in Dundas co., Ont., near the Nation River, 23 miles from Matilda. It contains 1 store, I hotel, 1 sawmill, and 1 gristmill. Pop. 500.

CONNOR, a post village in Cardwell co., Ont., 11 miles from Bolton. It contains a woolen factory and a tannery. Pop. 150.

CONNORSVILLE, a post settlement in Kings co., N.B., 15 miles from Roth-say. Pop. 100.

CONQUERALL, a settlement in Lunenburg co., N.S., near the La Have River, Smiles from Bridgewater. Pop. 300.

CONQUERALL BANK, a post village in Lunenburg co., N.S., on the west bank of the La Have river, 4 miles from Bridgewater. Pop. 150.

CONROY, a post settlement in Perth co., Ont., 6 miles from Stratford. Pop. 150.

CONSECON, a thriving post village in Prince Edward co., Ont., at the mouth of the Consecon River in Weller's Bay, 14 miles from Brighton. It is a noted fishing station, has good waterpower, and contains a telegraph office, and several mills, stores, churches, and hotels. Pop. 500.

CONSTANCE, or KINBURN, a post village in Huron co., Ont., 6 miles from Seaforth. It contains 2 stores. Pop. 100.

CONTRECOEUR, a post village and parish in Verchères co., Que., on the south shore of the St. Lawrence, 30 miles from Montreal. The village contains 1 church, 4 stores and 1 hotel. Its chief trade is in country produce and in maple sugar, about 20,000 lbs. of which is manufactured annually. Por. of parish 1,813.

CONWAY or FREDERICKSBURG, a river port in Lennox co., Ont., situated near the entrance of the Bay of Quinte, 28 miles from Kingston. Pop. 80.

COCKS, a station on the G. T. R., (Buffalo division), 24 miles from Brantford.

COOK'S BROOK, a station on the I. R., 95 miles N.E. of St. John.

COOKS BROOK, or GAY'S RIVER ROAD, a post settlement in Colchester co., N.S., 10 miles from Shubenacadie. Pop. 150.

COOKS CORNERS, Kent co., Ont. See Charing Cross.

COOK'S MILLS, Welland co., Ont. See Crowlandville.

COOKSHIRE, the chief town of the co. of Compton, Que., on the Eaton River, 13 miles from Lennoxville. It contains, besides the county buildings, a starch factory, a sash and door factory, 3 sawmills, a carding mill, 3 churches, 1 hotel, and several stores. Pop. 400.

COOKSTOWN, or PERRY'S CORNERS, a thriving post village in Simcoe co., Ont., 8 miles from Gilford. It contains several stores, churches and hotels, and a telegraph office. Pop. 600.

COOKSVILLE, a post village in Peel co., Ont., 3 miles from Port Credit, 16 miles S.W. of Toronto. It contains several sawmills, stores, and vineyards. Pop. 400.

COOKSVILLE, Westmorland co., N.B. See North Lake.

COOMB'S COVE, a small fishing settlement in the district of Fortune Bay, Nfld., 13 miles from Belleorem. Pop. 90.

COOPER, or ALLEN SETTLE-MENT, a post village in Hastings co., Ont., on Black Creek, 43 miles from Belleville. It has a sawmill and a store. Pop. 100.

COPENHAGEN, a post village in Elgin co., Ont., 2½ miles from Port Bruce, on Lake Erie. It contains 2 jaw mills, 1 hotel and 1 store. Pop. 300.

COPETOWN, a post village in Wentworth co., Ont., with a station on the G. W. R., 11 miles from Hamilton. It has a telegraph office, several hotels and stores, and a sawmill. Pop. 200.

COPLESTON, or OIL CREEK, a post village in Lambton co., Ont., on North Creek, 4 miles from Petrolia. It has several oil wells. Pop. 100.

COPPETT, a small fishing settlement in the district of Burgeo and La Poile, Nfld., west of Cage La Hune, 16 miles from Burgeo. Pop. 15.

CORCETT, a post village in Middlesex co., Ont., 6 miles from Park Hill. It contains 2 churches, 2 stores, 1 hotel, 4 saw mills, 1 gristmill, and 2 shingle mills. Pop. 150.

CORBIN, a post village in Huntingdon co., Que., on the English river, 4 miles from Hemmingford. It contains 1 store, 1 saw and gristmill, and a furniture factory. Pop. 100.

CORBIN, a small fishing settlement in the district of Fortune Bay, Nfld., 3 miles from Belleorem. Pop. 45.

CORBURY, a French Acadian settlement in Digby co., N.S., 20 miles from Digby. Pop. 150.

CORINTH, or JONES' CORNERS, a post village in Elgin co., Ont., on the G.W.R., (Canada Air line,) IS miles from St. Thomas. It contains a telegraph office, a store, an ashery, and a sawmill. Pop. 70.

CORK (late ACTON), a post village and settlement in York co., N.B., with a station on the E. & N. A. R., 61 miles W. of St. John. Pop. 350.

CORNABUSS, Grey co., Ont. See Markdale.

CORNELLYILLE, or FARMERSVILLE, a small village in Oxford co., Ont., on the C. S. R., 17 miles from Tilsonburg. Pop. 100.

CORN HILL, a post settlement in Kings co., N.B., 6 miles from Annagance. Pop. 300.

CORNWALL, an electoral district in the E. part of Ontario, comprises the town and township of Cornwall. It is traversed by the Grand Trunk railway, and has the Cornwall canal and the River St. Lawrence as its southern boundary. Area 65,650 acres. Pop. 7,114.

CORNWALL, the chief town of the United Counties of Stormont and Glengarry, Ont., situated at the mouth of the Cornwall canal, on the River St. Lawrence, with a station on the G. T. R., 67 miles S.W. of Montreal, and 105 miles from Kingston. It is a port of entry. The Cornwall canal gives it excellent water privileges. Several large mills and factories are erected on its banks, among them one of the finest woolen factories in the Dominion, and a cotton factory. The town contains a number of stores, several churches and hotels, an agency of the Bank of Montreal, 2 telegraph offices, and 2 printing offices from which weekly newspapers are issued. Total value of imports for 1872 §57,329; exports $55,400. Pop. 2033.

CORNWALL, or PYE'S CORNERS, a post village in Queens co., P.E. I., 7 miles from Charlottetown. It contains a gristmill and a shingle mill. Pop. 275.

CORNWALLIS, a seaport town of Nova Scotia, Kings co., on an arm of Minas Basin, 70 miles N.W. of Halifax. The total number of arrivals for 1872 was 203 (tons 20,235), and the clearances 221 (tons 21,948). Total value of imports $65,572; exports $81,425. See Wolfville.

CORNWALLIS EAST, a post settlement in Kings co., N.S., 23 miles from Port Williams Station. Pop. 100.

CORNWALLIS WEST, Kings co., N.S. See Back Settlement of West Cornwallis.

CORNWALL ISLAND, in the North West Territories, in the Arctic Ocean, east of Bathurst Island. Lat. 65° N., Lon. 95° W.

CORONATLON GULF, in the North West Territories, in the Arctic Ocean, west of Victoria Laud and Kent Peninsula. Lat. 68° 30' N., Lon. 110° W.

CORUNNA, a post village in Lambton co., Ont., situated on the River St. Clair, 7 miles from Sarnia. It has 4 stores, 2 hotels, a telegraph office, and a good trade in cordwood and country produce. Pop. 200.

COTEAU DU LAC, or ST. IGNACE, a thriving post village in Soulanges co., Que., situated on the River St. Lawrence, 3 miles from Coteau Landing, 36½ miles S.W. of Montreal. It contains several stores and hotels, and grist and sawmills. Pop. 300.

COTEAU LANDING, the chief town of the co. of Soulanges, situated on the River St. Lawrence, 2 miles from Coteau station. It contains a telegraph office, 9 stores and 3 hotels, and is the chief grain shipping port of the county. During summer it has communication with Montreal by steamer. Pop. 600.

COTEAU STATION, a post village in Soulanges co., Que., on the G. T. R, 37 miles S.W. of Montreal. It contains a telegraph office, 4 stores and 6 hotels. Pop. 200.

COTEAU ST. AUGUSTIN, a thriving village on the outskirts west of Montreal, Hochelaga co., Que. It contains several important factories, amongst others a rolling mill, a glass factory and a large tannery. Pop. 5,000. See Tannery West.

COTEAU ST. LOUIS, Hochelaga co., Que. See Mile End.

COTEAU ST. PIERRE, a village at the west end of Mount Royal, Hochelaga co., Que., 4 miles from Montreal post office. Pop. 2,000.

COTEAUX, RIVIERE OUELLE, a post office in Kamouraska co., Que.

COTE DES NEIGES, a post village in rear of Mount Royal, Hochelaga co., Que., situated on the " road round (he Mountain," 3 miles from Montreal post office. Pop. 842.

COTE ST. ANTOINE, a pleasantly situated district outside the western limits of Montreal. It contains the residences of a number of Montreal merchants, and Monklands, once the residence of the Governors of Canada, now known as Villa Maria, one of the largest and most popular convents in the Dominion. Pop. 600.

COTE ST. CATHERINE, a village on the "road round the Mountain," Hochelaga co., Que., 2 miles from Montreal post office. Pop. 100.

COTE ST. LUC, a concession in the parish of Notre Dame de Grace, Hochelaga, co., Que., 2 miles from Montreal. Pop. 300.

COTE ST. PAUL, a thriving village in Hochelaga co., Que., situated on the south side of the Lachine canal, 4 miles from Montreal. It contains a telegraph office, an axe and edge tool factory, file works, bell factory, nail factory, and several mills. Pop. 1,500.

COTSWOLD, or BOLTON'S CORNERS, a post village in Wellington co., Ont., 3 miles from Harris ton. It has a sawmill. Pop. 175.

COUDRES, {Isle aux Couches, "Hazel Island,") an island in the St. Lawrence, 55 miles N.E. of Quebec. Length 6 miles.

COULSON, a post village in Simcoe co., Ont., 15 miles from Orillia. Pop. 100.

COULSON'S CORNERS, a small village in Simcoe co., Ont, 3½ miles from Bradford. Pop. 70.

COUNTRY HARBOR, a post village and gold district in Guysborough co., N.S., on Country Harbor river, 30 miles from Guysborough. The mines are on excellent ground, the quartz veins numerous, and the yield of gold, from sundry tests, has averaged 1 oz. 17 dwts. 8 grs., and given a maximum of 5 oz. 10 dwts. 13 grs. to the ton British. The lodes vary in thickness from three inches to 2½ feet, and become wider as they descend. Pop. 300.

COURTLAND or MIDDLETON CENTRE, a post village in Norfolk co., Ont., on the G.W.R. (Canada Airline), 8 miles from Delhi. It contains a telegraph office, 4 stores, 2 cheese factories, and 2 saw mills. Pop. 150.

COVE HEAD, a post village in Queens co., P.E.I., 12 miles from Charlottetown. Pop. 300.

COVE HEAD ROAD, a post village in Queen's co., P.E.I., 9 miles from Charlottetown. Pop. 250.

COVENTRY, or COLUMBIA, a post village in Cardwell co., Ont., situated on a branch of the Humber, 3 miles from Bolton. Pop. 250.

COVERDALE, a post settlement in Albert co., N.B., 10 miles from Salisbury. Pop. 250.

COVERLEY, a post settlement in Grey co., Ont., 16 miles from Durham. Pop. 200.

COVEY HILL, a post village in Huntingdon co., Que., 10 miles from Hemmingford. It contains saw and gristmills. Pop. 150.

COWAL, a post village in Elgin co., Ont., 9 miles from Longwood. Pop. 30.

COWANSVILLE, or NELSONVILLE, a thriving post village in Missisquoi co., Que., on the south branch of the Yamaska river, and on the S. E. R., 55 miles S.E. of Montreal. It contains 6 stores, 2 hotels, 2 churches, 1 printing office, a telegraph office, a branch bank, and several mills and workshops. Pop. 600.

COW BAY, a populous post village in Cape Breton co., N.S., situated on Cow Bay, an inlet on the Atlantic coast, 22 miles from Sydney. It contains 5 stores, and rich coalmines which are worked by two companies, employing about 600 hands. A breakwater in the bay makes it a safe harbor in stormy weather. Steamers ply between Cow Bay and Sydney, and vessels load with coal direct for Montreal and other ports. Pop. 1,986.

COW HARBOR, a fishing station on the French shore, Nfld., 18 miles from Bonne Bay. Pop. 23.

COWICHAN, a flourishing post town on Vancouver Island, B.C., on a river of the same name, 35 miles from Victoria. It possesses good schools, a con-vent at which French Canadian Nuns teach trades to Indian and half-breed girls, and the only stone church in the province. The soil in this district is very rich. The Indian names for sections of Cowichan are Somenoes, Chemainus, Comiaken, Quamickan, &c. Pop. 221.

COXIIEATH, a post office in Cape Breton co., N.S., 3 miles from Sydney.

CRAB SETTLEMENT, a settlement in York co., N.B., 26 miles from Fredericton. Pop. 100.

CRAB'S BROOK, a settlement on the French shore, Nfld., on the south side of St. George's Bay, 20 miles from Sandy Point. Pop. 90.

CRAIGHURST, a post village in Simcoe co., Ont., 13 miles from Barrie. It contains a telegraph office, 3 saw mills, 3 stores and 1 hotel. Pop. 150.

CRAIGLEITH, a post village in Grey co., Ont., situated on Craigley Bay, at the foot of the Blue Mountain, (one of the highest mountains in Ontario, being 1,500 feet above the level of the sea,) with a station on the N. R., 6 miles from Collingwood. It has good stone quarries. Pop. 80.

CRAIGSHOLM, a post village in Wellington co., Ont., 8 miles from Fergus. Pop. 300.

CRAIG'S ROAD, a post village in Levis co., Que., on the G. T. R., 15 miles W. of Quebec. It has a telegraph office. Pop. 50.

CRAIGVALE, a post village in Simcoe co., Ont., 4 miles from Bramley. It contains 6 stores, 2 hotels and a sawmill. Pop. 100.

CRAMAHE, a port of entry in Northumberland co., Ont. See Colborne.

CRANBERRY, a station on the N. B. & C. R., in York co., N.B., 49 miles from St. Andrews.

CRANBERRY HEAD, a settlement in Yarmouth co., N.S., 8 miles from Yarmouth.

CRANBOURNE, a post village in Dorchester co., Que., 45 miles from Quebec. It contains 3 grist mills, 3 saw mills, and 3 stores, and has a good trade in lumber and country produce. Pop. 300.

CRANBROOK, or GREY, a village in Huron co., Ont., situated near the Maitland river, 4 miles from Ainleyville. It contains good limestone quarries, 4 churches, 1 shingle mill, 2 hotels, and 3 stores, and has good waterpower. Pop. 250.

CRANE ISLAND, or ISLE AUX GRUES, an island in the St. Lawrence, opposite Cap St. Ignace, Que. Lat. 47° 3' N., Lon. 70° 33' W. It has a legend attached to it. More than a century ago a French officer left Old for New France, as Canada was then called. He obtained the grant of a seigniory comprising a group of islands, including Crane Island, on which he built a plain, massive stone house, - a prison as it proved subsequently for himself or for his son; tradition has failed to elucidate the point. His keeper was Madame de Granville, a woman of rank and wealth. The prisoner, it was said, was her brother, who was insane. Till recently the ruins of the grim old house were standing, but now on its site a modern structure has been erected. The island covers an area of 7,873 acres, and is well settled. Pop. 639.

CRANWORTH, a post village m Leeds co, Ont., 15 miles from Smith's Falls. Pop. 50.

CRAPAUD, a post village in Queens co., P.E.I., 24 miles from Charlottetown. It contains carding and gristmills, several carnage factories, stores, &c. Pop. 300.

ORAPAUDIERE MOUNTAIN, a high hill in the seigniory of Frampton, co. of Dorchester, Que.

CRAWFORD, a post village in Grey co., Ont, 11 miles from Durham. Pop. 80.

CRAWFORD, Huron co., Ont. See Offa.

CREDIT, or SPRINGFIELD, a post village in Peel co., Ont., 4 miles from Port Credit. It contains several stores and hotels, and a knitting mill. Pop. 250.

CREDITOR, a post village in Huron co., Ont. 14 miles from Lucan. It contains a telegraph office, several stores and hotels, a flax mill, and a gristmill. Pop. 100.

CREEK BANK, a post village in Wellington co., Ont, 7½ miles from Elora. Pop. 30.

CREEMORE, a flourishing post village in Simcoe co., Ont., situated on Mad river, 5 miles from New Lowell. It contains a telegraph office, a woolen factory, and 4 stores, and has a large trade in lumber and flour. Pop. 300.

CREIGNISH, a settlement in Inverness co., N.S., situated on the Strait of Canso, 9 miles from Port Hastings. Pop. 80.

CREIGHTON, a post village in Simcoe co., Ont., 11 miles from Orillia. It contains a carding mill and two saw mills. Pop. TO.

CRESS Y, a post village in Prince Edward co., Ont., 15 miles from Picton. Pop. 200.

CRIEFF, or FRASERVILLE, a post village in Wellington co., Ont., 11 miles from Gait. Pop. 50.

CRINAN, a post village in Elgin co., Ont., on the River Thames, 8 miles from Newbury, Pop. 80.

CROCKER'S COVE, a fishing settlement in the district of Carbonear, Nfld., on the north shore of Conception Bay, 1 mile from Carbonear. Pop. 451.

CROPTON, a post village in Prince Edward co., Ont., 6 miles from Picton. Pop. 80.

CROMARTY, a post village in Perth co., Ont., G miles from Carronbrook. Pop. 100.

CROMWELL, a post settlement in Kings co., N.B., 14 miles from Norton. Pop. 100

CROOK'S RAPIDS, Peterborough co., Ont. See Hastings.

CROQUE, a fishing settlement on the French shore, Nfld., 65 miles from La Scie. It has a fine harbor, safe in any weather. It is the headquarters of the French during the fishing season, and the coaling depot of the French steamers stationed on the coast. Pop. 25.

CROSBY'S CORNERS, York co., Ont. See Cashel.

CROSBY'S MILLS, a telegraph station in Leeds co., Ont., near Newboro', 38 miles from Brockville.

CROSSHILL, a post village in Waterloo co., Ont, 16 miles from Berlin. It has a telegraph office, 2 stores, and 2 hotels. Pop. 150.

CROSS POINT, a post village in Bonaventure co., Que., beautifully situated at the head of the Baie des Chaleurs, on the north shore of the Restigouche river, opposite the town of Campbell ton, N.B., and 109£ miles from Ste. Flavie. It is the headquarters of the Mic Mac Indians. Salmon abound in the waters here, and the surrounding country is very fertile, yielding large crops of wheat and other grain. Ships load here with square and sawn timber for the English market. The Intercolonial railway crosses the Restigouche near Cross Point. Pop. 150.

CROSS RIVERS, a hamlet in Prince co., P.E.I. It contains 2 stores and a gristmill.

CROSS ROADS (COUNTRY HARBOR), a post settlement in Guysborough co., N.S., 18 miles from Guysborough. Pop. 200.

CROSS ROADS (LAKE AINSLIE), a post settlement in Inverness co., N.S., 16 miles from Mabou. Pop. 150.

CROSS ROADS (MIDDLE MEDFORD), a post settlement in Guyborough co., N.S., situated on Chedabucto Bay, 12 miles from Fort Mulerave. Pop. 100.

CROSSROADS (Ohio), a post settlement in Antigonish co., N.S., 12½ miles from Antigonish. Pop. 150.

CROSS ROADS (River Dennis), Inverness co., N.S. See Upper Settlement of River Dennis.

CROSS ROADS (St. George's Channel), a post settlement in Inverness co., N.S., 30 miles from Port Hawkesbury. Pop. 100.

CROSS ROADS, Lincoln co., Ont. See Virgil.

CROTON, a post village in Bothwell co., Ont., 13 miles from Bothwell.

CROTON, a small village in Norfolk co., Ont., 2 miles from Delhi. It contains 1 store, 1 gristmill, and 1 sawmill. Pop. 30.

CROUSE TOWN, a small settlement in Lunenburg co., N.S., 19 miles from Bridge water. Pop. 100.

CROW HARBOUR, a post settlement in Guysborough co., N.S., on Chedabucto Bay, 16 miles from Guysborough. Pop. 150.

CROWLANDVILLE, or COOK'S MILLS, a post village in Welland co., Ont., 3 miles from Welland. It contains 1 saw and gristmill, 1 tannery, and 2 stores. Pop. 250.

CROXONS CORNERS, Simcoe co., Ont, See Feunell's.

CROYDON, a post village in Addington co., Ont., on Salmon River, 15 miles from Napanee. It contains a woolen factory and saw and gristmills. Pop. 100.

CRUIKSHANK, a post village in Grey co., Ont., 6 miles from Owen Sound. Pop. 100.

CRUMLIN, or DREANEY'S COR-NERS, a post village in Middlesex co., Ont., 5 miles from London. Pop. 30.

CRYSLER, a post village in Stormont co., Ont., on the South Nation River, 22 miles from Dickinson's Larding. It contains 3 hotels, 4 stores, and a grist and sawmill. Pop. 150.

CUCKOLD'S COVE, a fishing settlement in the district of Trinity, Nfld., on the north side of Trinity Bay, 5 miles from Trinity. Pop. 120.

CULLODEN, a post village in Oxford co., Ont., 10 miles from Ingersoll. It contains a gristmill, 3 saw mills, a cheese factory, a potash factory, 3 stores and 1 hotel. Pop. 200.

CUMBERLAND, a post village in Russell co., Ont., on the Ottawa river, 16 miles from Ottawa. It has a telegraph office, 7 stores, 1 saw- mill, and a good lumber trade. Pop. 200.

CUMBERLAND a county in the N.W. part of Nova Scotia, bordering on Northumberland Strait, and partly separated from New Brunswick by Chignecto Bay. The coasts are deeply indented, affording many fine harbors. The surface is broken, a portion being occupied by the Cobequid Mountains. Cumberland County contains some of the richest coal mines that are to be found in all Nova Scotia, and from them large quantities of excellent bituminous coal are obtained. The underlying rock of this coal formation also furnishes immense quantities of beautiful and compact gray and buff colored grindstones, which are exported to all parts of the United States. The county also abounds with gypsum. The estimated value of the annual hay crop raised in this county is £300,000 stg. Area 1,031,875 acres. Capital, Amherst. Pop. 23,518.

CUMBERLAND, a peninsula of the North West Territories, having N.E. Davis's Strait, and S.W. Northumberland Inlet, between the parallels of 64° 40' and 67° 30' of N. latitude.

CUMBERLAND BASIN, celebrated for its fisheries, is the N.E. portion of Chignecto Bay, which communicates on t he S.W. with the Bay of Fundy. Lat. 45° 3 40 N., lon. 64° 30' W.

CUMBERLAND BAY, a post settlement in Queens co., N.B., situated on an arm of Grand Lake, 32 miles from Apohaqui. Pop. 500.

CUMBERLAND HILL, a hamlet in Kings co., P.E.I. It contains 1 store.

CUMBERLAND HOUSE, a station of the Hudson's Bay Company, on the west side of Pine Island Lake, in lat. 5°4 N., and Lon. 102° 40° W.

CUMBERLAND ISLAND, in the North West Territories, is a peninsula between Davis's Strait and Northumberland Inlet.

CUMBERLAND POINT, a post settlement in Queen's co., N.B., 24 miles from Gagetown. Pop. 150.

CUMMINSVILLE, a post village in Halton co., Ont., on Mill Creek, 7 miles from Wellington Square. It contains 1 store, 1 hotel. 1 saw mill, a tannery, and a telegraph office. Pop. 200.

CUMNOCK, a post village in Wellington co, Ont., 5 miles from Fergus. It contains 2 hotels, 2 stores, and 1 saw mill. Pop. 80.

CUNNINGHAM STATION, Carleton co., Ont. See Gloucester Station.

CUPIDS, a large fishing settlement in the district of Brigus, Nfld., on Port de Grave Bay, 2 miles from Brigus. Pop. 1,200.

CURRAN, a post village in Prescott CO., Ont., 3 miles from Plantagenet, 44 miles from Ottawa. It contains stores. Pop. 130.

CURRYVILLE, a post settlement in Albert co., N.B., 22 miles from Moncton. Pop. 100.

GUSHING, or CHATHAM, a post village in Argenteuil co., Que, on the C. & G. R., 55 miles N.W. of Montreal. It contains 2 stores and grist and sawmills, and has a good lumber trade. Pop. 600.

CUSLETT, a small fishing settlement on the east side of Placentia Bay, Nfld., 24 miles from Placentia. Pop. 118.

 


Lovell's Gazetteer of British North America, Edited by P.A. Crossby, 1873

 

Lovell's Gazetteer of British North America


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