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Baird Samuel, black and white smith Blackler James, constable Blandford John B, dealer and chapman Boon Rev Thomas Byrne William, dealer and chapman Cox William & co, merchants Crosby James T, teacher Duder John C, sailmaker Duke Rev J A Hamilton Richard, dealer and chapman (Fortune Harbour) Hawkins Charles, carpenter Ladner Edward, teacher Maher Patrick, dealer and chapman Martin Frederick, dealer and chapman Mortimer John, dealer and chapman Moss John, teacher Muir & Duder, merchants Nurse John, dealer and chapman Pearce Abraham, A, clerk of the peace Pearce J.J., J.P., sub collector and postmaster Peyton John, stipendiary magistrate, notary public and Spanish consul Rice James, jailor, deputy sheriff and constable Rice Richerd, dealer and chapman Shenston Thomas, dealer and chapman Short & Wright, dealers and chapman Slade John & co, merchants Sterling William, physician Tobin Joseph, dealer and chapman Tracey Thomas, dealer and chapman
Transcribed by Michael Cooper, 1998
Revised by Jim Butler, 2003
Page Revised June 2003 (Don Tate)
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