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Array       ELECTORAL    ATLAS
OF    THE
DOMINION    OF    CANADA
AS DIVIDED FOR THE REVISION OF THE VOTERS'
LISTS MADE IN THE YEAR  1894
OTTAWA
GOVERNMENT    PRINTING    BUREAU
1895 ggafrft,
^■^ss^^^^iiasiii
- T^^T'- DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC PRINTING- AND STATIONERY,
Queen's Printer's Office,
Ottawa, June, 1895.
To the Hon. W. H. Montague, M. D, &g,
Secretary of State.
I have the honour to present herewith an Electoral
Atlas for the seven provinces of the Dominion of Canada,
as they are now divided for the election of members to the
House of Commons. The North-west Territories are not
included, as they are under special Acts applicable to them
alone.
The need of such an Atlas was felt as soon as the revision of the voters' lists commenced last autumn; for the
Redistribution Acts of 1892 and 1893 had altered the boundaries of many of the electoral divisions and created some
new ones, to which new revising officers had been appointed.
In some of the new divisions questions arose as to boundaries, and application was made to this Department for
maps to serve as guides to the new revising officers. It then
became apparent that none of the maps of the Dpminion in
general use had been prepared with any reference to the
electoral divisions under Dominion Acts. With Nova Scotia
and New Brunswick there was no difficulty, because the
old territorial divisions are still conterminate with the
present electoral divisions. The last statute redivided
Prince Edward Island, British Columbia and Manitoba on
new lines. In the case of Quebec and Ontario previous redistribution Acts concurred with those of 1892 and 1893
to create federal electoral divisions which correspond
neither with the original counties nor with the recent
divisions made by the local legislatures for electoral pur
poses. The maps extant are either the old atlases, coloured according to the old county lines, or the newer maps
made by the local governments, and these last are, of course,
coloured to show the local constituencies. At every succeeding census the divergence must become greater with
the constant changes in the density of population incident to new countries. The absence of maps to show the
divisions of the Dominion electorate thus became very inconvenient, and permission was obtained to prepare the"pres-
ent Electoral Atlas somewhat upon the lines of one drawn
up for the redistribution of New South Wales. The postal
maps were taken as a basis, and the draughtsman of that
department, Mr. Maingy, was good enough to assist by
correcting proofs and by adding the new post offices. Proofs-
of the maps were sent also to the respective revising officers,
most of whom very kindly aided by-criticisms and suggestions.
This Atlas will, it is hoped, be found sufficiently detailed
for all practical purposes. To have shown the roads would
have been a very costly work involving long labour—to
have shown the polling divisions would have rendered
the maps misleading as each officer divided his district
anew, a process which is continually going on at every
revision. The postal routes are shown as on the postal
maps and other information can be added in future editions
if the presen   work is approved.
The maps are laid down upon zinc plates which are the
property of the Government and are available for use at any
future time when questions of redistribution arise. On such
occasions it is thought that maps of the districts to be affected would, if attached to bills, materially aid in clearing up and shortening discussion.
Although the polling divisions could not be given they
may easily be drawn upon the maps by revising officers
or others, for election purposes. The paper will admit
of the use of ink, and some of the revisers have drawn for
their own use in red ink the lines of their polling divisions
on copies of the proofs sent them for inspection.
It is sincerely hoped that this first attempt at giving a
clear view of the new electoral divisions of the Dominion
of Canada, may meet with your approval and that of Parliament, and be of service to the electors generally.
While compiling the Atlas it seemed advisable to assemble, side by side for comparison, the more important facts
bearing upon electoral questions in Canada. This has
been done in the appended table. Those interested in such
calculations may here at one glance compare the popu
lation with the electorate and with the actual voting
number at the last preceding election; and the completion
of the revision of the voters'lists now permits the insertion
of the numbers of the actual electorate which will decide
the next election. The population given on each separate
map is calculated for the area of the existing district as
there shown. When the figures could not be readily ascertained from the printed census, recourse was had to the
Dominion Statistician, Mr. George Johnson, who kindly
supplied the requisite information.
I have the honour to be.
Sir,
Your most obedient servant,
S. E DAWSON,
Queen's Printer. Province of Ontar
Addington	
Algoma, E	
Algoma, W	
Bothwell	
Brant, S.R	
Brant, N.R	
Brockville	
Bruce, N.R	
Bruce, W.R	
Bruce, E.R	
Cardwell	
Carleton	
Cornwall and Stormont	
Dundas	
Durham, E.R	
Durham, W.R	
Elgin, E.R	
Elgin, W.R	
Essex, S.R	
Essex, N.R	
Frontenac	
Glengarry	
Grenville, S.R	
Grey,S.R	
7,299
4,553
8,798
4,064
7,577
4,550
5,720
3,384
4,179
2,342
5,892
3,452
5,189
3,691
. 4,983
3,100
5,263
3,976
4,267
3,008
4,695
2,945
6,692
4,086
5,724
4,112
5,417
3,431
5,580
3,726
9,108
5,434
7,568
3,988
6,824
4,759
8,240
4,935
8,890
2,649
5,230
3,585
3,842
2,717
6,028
4,556
7,130
4,449
5,102
5,791
5,102
5,423
4,491
4,983
7,822
5,696
7,913
6,966
8,516
3,566    Acclamatio
J : of the E.ectorate
By-Elections Since.
Provin
f Ontario—Continued.
Grey, E.R	
Grey, N.R	
Haldimand	
Haldimand and Monck....
Halton	
Hamilton, City.. .,	
Hastings, W.R	
Hastings, E.R	
Hastings, N.R	
Huron, W.R	
Huron, E.R	
Huron, S.R	
Kent 	
Kingston, City	
Lambton, W.R	
Lambton, E.R	
Lanark, N.R  	
Lanark, S.R	
Leeds and Grenville, NE
Leeds, S.R ,
Lennox	
Lincoln and Niagara	
London, City	
Middlesex, E.R	
25,092
23,334
17,660
20,479
23,512
21,720
21,991
29,194
14,091
20,890
21,725
19,855
17,945
12,423
22,206
16,314
23,300
19,746
25,107
3,935
4,775
3,714
3,550
3,848
3,166
4,019
4,130
4,706
3,145
4,482
3,217
4,376
26,225
26,341
16,307
47,245
18,964
18,050
22,213
20,021
18,968
i 19,184
31,434
19,263
23,446
24,269
19,260
19,862
13,521
22,449
14,900
21,806
22,281
25,569
6,507 4,838
11,589      	
4,661 Acclamation.,
5,241 4,184
5,566 3,609
6,006 4,333
5,231     	
4,981     	
3,998
6,599
6,645
5,651
7,403
7,064
6,227
6,460
12,369
5,440
5,431
6,237
5,631
5,375
5,169
9,645
7,096
7,658
9,973
4,873
5,119
4,457
6,812
4,335
8,150 '
(a) This is the aggregate vote polled hy the four cahdidates. Synopsis of the Electorate of the Seventh Parliament—Go
1891.—Seventh General Election.
By-Elections Since.
Province of Ontario—Continued.
Middlesex, N.R	
Middlesex, W.R	
Middlesex, S.R	
Monck	
Muskoka and Parry Sound	
Nipissing.	
Norfolk, S.R	
Norfolk, N.R	
Northumberland, W.R	
Northumberland, E.R	
Ontario, N.R	
Ontario, S.R.	
Ontario, W.R	
Ottawa, City	
Oxford, N.R	
Oxford, S.R	
Peel	
Perth, N.R.	
Perth, S.R	
Peterborough, W.R	
Peterborough, E.R	
Prescott	
Prince Edward	
Renfrew, N.R	
21,268
19,491
18,888
15,940
17,636
1,959
19,019
20,933
16,984
22,999
21,281
20,244
20,189
27,412
24,390
24,778
16,387
26,538
21,608
13,310
20,402
22,857
21,044
19,124
5,612
3,960
5,469
3,758
4,891
3,188
4,451
3,488
6,084
3,684
5,268
3,690
6,012
4,272
4,899
3,144
7,192
4,754
4,158
4,046
2,735
9,088
(6)      9,340
6,536
3,554
6,131
3,308
4,157
3,280
8,387
4,969
6,597
4,549
4,508
2,662
5,587
3,635
4,406
2,744
6,136
4,478
3,800
2,915
19,090
17,288
18,806
15,315
26,515
13,020
17,780
19,400
14,947
21,995
21,385
18,371
18,792
37,269
26,131
26,907
19,400
3,367
5,666
4,684
7,686
5,341
6,232
4,599
7,158     .'. !
6,542      j
5,732 4,321
6,411      j
9,182 Acclamation..
6,902    	
6,234    |	
4,436 3,686
5,379
6,063
4,743
7,818
7,054
5,462
6,016
13,540
7,312
6,541
4,470
6,038
4,590
(b) This is the aggregate vote polled by the si Synopsis of the Electorate of the Seventh Par
.
1891.—Seventh General Election.
By-Elections Since.
e of Ontario—Concluded.
Renfrew, !
Russell....
3, S.R..
Simcoe, E.R	
Toronto, West	
Toronto, Centre	
Toronto, East	
Victoria, S.R	
Victoria, N.R.	
Waterloo, N.R	
Waterloo, S.R	
Welland	
Wellington, N.R	
Wellington, C.R	
Wellington, S.R	
Wentworth (North)	
Wentworth (North) and Brant...
Wentworth, S.R	
York,N.R	
York, E.R J.
York, W.R	
19,042
25,082
26,120
22,721
27,185
38,565
22,983
24,867
20,813
16,661
20,986
21,754
26,152
26,816
25,4Qp
15,998
15,539
21,730
22,853
18,884
4,106
6,678
6,549
17,084
7,070
14,237
6,234
4,163
7,325
6,067
2,840
4,203
4,538
Acclamation..
5,493
8,339
4,326
5,576
4,085
3,026
4,493
4,144
5,005
4,786
4,754
4,644
2,834
4,802
6,665
9,890
13,347
3,545
4,299
23,971
31,643
28,203
20,824
35,801
73,827
26,632
43,564
20,455
16,849
25,325
25,139
25,132
24,956
23,387
24,373
16,770
20,284
4,576
3,501
12,475
16,617
5,346
7,290 Names
>n Voters' Lists
Revision of
"%
Bagot	
Beauce	
Beauharnois. .
Bellechasse...
Berthier	
Brome	
Chambly	
Chambly and Vercheres	
Champlain	
Charlevoix  ..
Chateauguay	
Chicoutimi (1) and Saguenay (2)...
Compton   	
Dorchester	
md (1) and Arthabaska (2)..
Gaspe	
Hochelaga	
Huntingdon 	
Eoerville	
Joliette	
Jacques-Cartier.
21,199
32,020
16,005
16,914
18,908
15,827
10,858
26,818
17,901
14,393
19,581
18,710
25,001
40,079
15,495
14,459
21,988
12,345
3,352
4,161
3,567
3,710
3,006
3,111
4,145
2,9U4
2,317
15,158
21,695
16,662
18,368
19,836
14,709
11,704
14,593
3,766
4,460
3,214
3,875
2,777
..Acclamation .
5,356
.I Acclamation. |
9,071
2,533
1,574
3,102
2,482
3,091
4,505
4,042
3,217
f(l)   5,90211
\(2)   1,631 | J
6,018
3,906
f(l)   6,968
\(2)   1,911
4,573
11,343
3,956
4,424
6,764 Synopsis of the Electorate of the Seventh Parliament—Continued.
1891.—Seventh General Election.
By-Eleotions Since
Names
Population,
Census of 1881.
Names
on Voters' Lists,
Revision of
Votes Cast.
Population,
Census of 1891.
Names
on Voters' Lists,
1891.
Votes Cast.
Revision of
1894.
Province of Quebec—Continued.
22,181
3,968
2,917
20,454
3,845
3,879
Labelle
5,612
Laprairie	
11,436
2,368
1,886
10,900
•    2,429
4,164
15,282
9,462
27,980
14,917
20,857
3,128
2,094
5,257
2,940
2,400
1,630
3,869
1,956
Acclamation..
13,674
9,436
25,995
13,823
20,688
3,100
2,094
5,579
2,897
3,888
Acclamation.
Acclamation.
3,358
Laval
3,948
5,872
1,984
2,999
4,183
Maison
10,770
17,493
19,056
17,784
12,966
16,422
12,322
3,229
4,710
5,151
3,119
2,574
2,335
2,198
3,205
3,393
1,821
1,911
1,935
17,829
22,233
18,549
12,131
14,126
12,309
3,437
5,426
5,177
3,338
2,492
3,677
5,072
Misris uoi
5,189
Montcalm	
1,864
3,470
2,899
Acclamation.
2,499
9,040
48,163
11,070
5466
62,494
11,654
9,346
25,078
9,113
5,686
28,122
8,902
Acclamation.
8,776
11,047
67,506
18,730
10,855
92,079
20,611
Montreal, St. Mary	
10,011 Synopsis of the Electorate of the Seventh Parliament—Continued.
Province of Quebec—Continued.
Napierville	
Nicolet	
Ottawa County	
Pontiac 	
Portneuf	
Quebec, East	
Quebec, Centre	
Quebec, West	
Quebec, County	
Richmond and Wolfe...
Richelieu	
Rimouski	
Rouville	
St. Hyacinthe	
St. Johns	
St. Johns and Iberville...
St. Maurice	
Shefford	
Sherbrooke, Town	
Soulanges	
Stanstead ,
Temiscouata....
Terrebonne ....
Three Rivers...
23,233
12,221
10,220
15,556
25,484
22,969
9,296
i 'General Election.
10,511
2,047
1,607
26,611
5,458
3,398
49,432
10,144
5,572
19,939
4,237
2,682
25,175
5,033
3,662
31,900
17,898
2,558
2,082
12,648
2,473
1,717
20,278
3,870
3,044
26,339 .
7,163
4,551
20,218
4,593
3,094
33,791
5,033
3,860
18,547
3,631
2,509
20,631
4,805
2,846
12,265
2,725
1,766
3,226
2,313
4,984
5,269
4,879
1,567
By-Eleotions Since
1,643
3,407
l,9i21
10,101
28,735
63,560
22,084
25,813
36,200
17,649
9,241-
19,503
31,347
21,354
33,430
16,012
21,433
12,282
12,267
23,263
16,088
23,128
8,834
6,214
11,666
5,206
7,279
4,837
2,319
5,364
5,550
5,156
1,732
(1)*1,845
. (2)*1,733
7,723
4,717
6,227
4,481
5,621
5,345
J s of the Electorate of the Seventh Parliament—Continued.
sventh General Election.
By-Elections Since.
n Voters' Lists,
Revision of
Names
>n Voters' Lists,
Revision of
Province of Quebec—Concluded.
Three Rivers and St. Maurice	
Two Mountains	
Vaudreuil	
Vercheres ,
Wright	
Yamaska 	
Province of Nova Scotia.
Annapolis ,
Antigonish ,
Colchester	
Cumberland	
Cape Breton	
Digby	
Guysborough	
Halifax	
Hants	
11,485
12,449
4,317
3,497
3,332
2,465
5,723
4,538
8,096
5,333
6,540
9,809
4,008
2,933
2,855
2,204
12,505
(c)     19,045-
4,101
3,309
4,883
3,444
.Lunenburg.  28,583 5,840    I 4,994
Pictou  35,535 7,916    (e)     12,119
Queen's	
Richmond	
Shelburne	
(c) (d) and (e)—These are the aggregate votes polled by the four candidates in each constituency, respectively.
16,058
19,350
16,114
27,160
34,529
34,244
19,897
17,195
71,358
22,052
25,779
22,489
31,075
34,541
10,610
14,399
14,956
2,971
2,821
7,975
4,432
15,620
4,867
f(l)*2,031   h
l(2)#l,917    /
5,070
4,024
7,438
8,774
2,318
1,872
3,503
2,629
3,711     	
Votes polled
at two by-electi
8,615
3,631
9,624
9,664
4,719
3,787
17,183
4,772
5,983
5,187
8,558
£=
ftHfl-fc*^ Synopsis of the Electorate of the Seventh Pari
Province of Nova Scotia—Concluded.
Shelburne and Queen's	
Victoria.	
Yarmouth I
Albert	
Carleton	
Charlotte....
Gloucester...
Kent	
King's	
Northumber!
nd...
Queen's	
Restigouche	
Sunbury and Queen's	
Saint John, City and County...
Saint John, City	
Victoria	
Westmoreland	
York	
(;)and(S)-Theseareth
12,470
21,284
23,365
26,087
21,614
22,618
25,617
25,109
14,017
7,058
5,246
4,548
4,927
5,259
5,761
3,229
Names
Population,      on Voters' List
3,924
3,620
2,733
3,789
1,254
1,139
13,067
26,127
15,686
37,719
30,397
votes polled by the four candidates
(/)   16,607
4,712
3,558
8,158
6,179
4,641
5,122
6,105
4,090
9,336
5,486
3,256
3,100
6,078
2,820
4,934
6,251
5,373
4,922
14,376
11,334
4,536
9.694 Synopsis of the Electorate of the Seventh Parliament—Continued.
1891.—Sev
■enth General Election.
By
-Elections Since.
Names
on Voters'Lists,
Revision of
1894.
Population,
Census of 1881.
Names
on Voters' Lists,
Revision of
1889.
Votes Cast.
Population,
Census of 1891.
on Voters' Lists,   T7- ,     ,~,   ,
-r,    ■ ■       c        V otes Oast.
Revision of
1891.
Province of Prince Edward Island.
26,433
34,347
26,633
36,470
7,213
9,003
King's -	
8,460    \(i)     12,025
5,911
Prince East
4,779
4,891
5,203
4,461
Queen's County	
Queen's East	
48,111
8,894    \(j)    15,050
45,975
9,117
Province of British Columbia.
10,290
15,417
9,991
7,301
9,200
5,519
42,226
18,229
18,538
13,661
736
9,297
3,284
8,602
Acclamation..
(k)      2,958
Acclamation..
Acclamation..
4,404
3,048
6,971
5,520
Yale and Cariboo	
7,743
W> (')> (J) a"d (k) -These are the aggregate votes polled by the four candidates in each constituency, respectively. 1891.—Seventh General Ele
By-Elections Since.
Census of 1881.
Names
Votes Cast.
o^rs^M.
Names
on Voters' Lists,
Revision of
1891.
Votes Cast.
Revision of
Province of Manitoba.
10,666
12,679    1
7,599
2,528
22,103
8,036
Mar u
1
15,449    j
10,154
5,186
36,069
13,723
Acclamation..
M
7»52
.12,496    I.
13,651   ;
Acclamation..
6,885
15,469
53,226
4,841
19,991
	
4 703
Selkirk	
15,691
Acclamation.
Winnipeg	
7,985
8,399
	
3,753
25,639
10,050               3,967
10,603
BY-ELECTIONS HELD UNDER LISTS OF 1894.
Quebec West...
Vercheres	
Haldimand.....
Antigonish	
2,171
3,436
2,820 1 TABLE    OF
CONTENTS.
PROVINCE OF
ONTARIO.
London City	
     44
Index Map.
Number.
Middlesex, North ,
Middlesex, South	
46
Addington	
         1
Middlesex, East	
     47
Algoma	
       2
Middlesex, West	
    48
. Bothwell	
       3
Muskoka and Parry Sound	
     49
Brant, South	
       4
Nipissing	
     50
Brockville	
       5
Norfolk, North	
     51
Bruce, North	
       6
Norfolk, South	
Bruce, West	
       7
Northumberland, East	
     53
Bruce, East	
       8
Northumberland, West	
     54
Cardwell	
       9
Ontario, North	
Carleton..,	
     10
Ontario, South	
" *V   -''    56
Cornwall and Stormont	
     11
Ontario, West	
     57
Dundas	
     12
Ottawa City	
Durham, East	
     13
Oxford, North	
     59
Durham, West	
     14
Oxford, South	
     60
Elgin, East	
     15
Peel	
     61
Elgin, West	
     16
Perth, North	
     62
Essex, North	
     17
Perth, South	
     63
Essex, South	
     18
Peterborough, East	
     64
Frontenac	
     19
Peterborough, West	
Glengarry	
     20
Prescott	
     66
Grenville, South	
     21
Prince Edward	
     67
Grey, South	
     22
Renfrew, North	
     68
Grey, North	
     23
Renfrew, South	
     69
Grey, East	
     24
Russell	
     70
Haldimand and Monck	
     25
Simcoe, North	
     71
Halton	
     26
. Simcoe, South	
     72
Hamilton City	
     27
Simcoe, East j	
     73
Hastings, West	
     28
Toronto, East	
     74
Hastings, East	
     29
Toronto, West	
     75
Hastings, North	
     30
Toronto, Centre	
     76
Huron, East	
     31
Victoria, North	
     77
Huron, West	
     32
Victoria, South	
     78
Huron, South	
     33
Waterloo, North	
     79
Kent	
     34
Waterloo, South
80
Kingston City	
     35
Welland	
     81
Lambton, East	
     36
Wellington, North	
     82
Lambton, West	
     37
Wellington, South	
     83
Lanark, North	
     38
Wellington, Centre	
     84
Lanark, South	
     39
Wentworth North, and Brant	
     85
Leeds North, and Grenville	
    40
Wentworth, South....-	
     86
Leeds, South	
     41
York, North	
     87
Lennox	
     42
,  York, East	
     88
Lincoln and Niagara	
     43
York, West	
     89
_-__^___ pH
J.
TABLE   OF  CONTENTS—Contira
PROVINCE OF QUEBEC.
Argenteuil     90
Bagot     91
Beauce     92
Beauharnois     93
Bellechasse     94
Berthier -..'     95
Bonaventure     96
Brome     97
Chambly and Vercheres     98
Champlain     99
Charlevoix  100
Chateauguay  101
Chicoutimi and Saguenay  102
Compton  103
Dorchester  104
Drummond and Arthabaska  105
Gaspe :  106
Hochelaga  107
Huntingdon  108
Jacques Cartier  109
Joliette  110
Kamouraska .'.  Ill
Labelle _  112
Laprairie and Napierville  113
L'Assomption  114
Lava
115
Levis	
LIslet  117
Lotbiniere  118
Maisonneuve  119
Maskinonge  120
Megantic  121
Missisquoi   122
Montcalm  123
Montmagny  ;... 124
Montmorency  125
Montreal, St. Anne  126
Ani
127
St. Mary	
St. Lawrence  129
Nicolet  131
Pontiac  132
Niir
Portneuf	
Quebec, East	
Quebec, West	
Quebec, Centre	
Quebec, County	
Richelieu	
Richmond and Wolfe...
Rimouski	
Rouville	
Shefford	
Sherbrooke, Town	
Soulanges	
Stanstead	
PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA.
In:
: Ma:
Annapolis  155
Antigonish  156
Cape Breton  157
Colchester  158
Cumberland '  159
Digby  160
Guysborough    161
Halifax  162
Hants  163
Inverness  164
King's  165
Lunenburg  166
Pictou  167
Richmond  168
Sherburne and Queen's  169
Victoria  170
Yarmouth   171 PROVINCE OF NEW
TABLE OF CONTENTS-
RUNSWICK.
176
Albert	
Carleton	
Charlotte	
Gloucester	
Kent	
King's  177
Northumberland  178
Restigouche  179
Sunbury and Queen's  180
Saint John, City  181
Snint John, City and County  182
Victoria § 183
Westmoreland  184
York  185
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.
Index Map.
King's County	
Prince County, East	
Prince County, West...
Queen's County, East...
Queen's County, West.
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
. Map.
rd...
. 19:
New Westminster	
Vancouver	
Victoria	
Yale and Cariboo	
MANITOBA.
Index Map.
Brandon	
Lisgar	
Marquette	
Macdonald	
Provencher	
Selkirk	
Winnipeg	
SCALE.    .
Unless specially mentioned the scale of the Postal Maps
stained,
200
inch
-%
J? 1fmm
sm   vo&.mwigmt
No. I
^ale 6 Miles to an inch
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—24,151
ADDINGTON, (ONT.) BH : ONTAR/m^
No. 2
Scale 64 .Miles to anmch.
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—37570.
mm
ALGOMA, (ONT.)  ^ONTAR/a.
No. 3,
BROOKE
"*!
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—25,593
BOTHWELL, (ONT.)
_J  -ONTAR/O.
NO. 4
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—23.359
BRANT, SOUTH, (ONT)  ONTAR/O.
No. 5,
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—15,853.
BROCKVILLE, (ONT.) <g*
■.v:feS^   -%
ONTAR/O.
No. 7
, POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891-22.3
BRUCE WEST,(ONT.)
J w ^r&WTAR/m^
No. 8,
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—21,355
BRUCE EAST, (ONT.)  t(mffWMMi^
No. 9
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—15,382
CARDWELL, (ONT.)  No.io,
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—21,746
CARLETON,(ONTJ  ^0JWKAR/O.
No. ii,
R  U   S   %X   L  L   /cnj
i
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—27,156
STORMONT (ONT.) m ^GMTAR/a,
N0.12
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-20,132
DUNDAS,(ONT.) i
n No. i3,
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—17,053
DURHAM  EAST(ONT.)  hmmmmi
No.i4,
% I
mm i
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—15,374
DURHAM WEST,(ONT.)  -J~:S^^-=-:KKShtX^^^^^
ONTAR/O.
No.i5
amdlammA
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—26,724
ELGIN EAST, (ONT.)  ONTARIO;
No.l6
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—23,925
ELGIN WEST, (ONT.)  POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—31,523
ESSEX NORTH, (ONT.)  ONTARIO.
No.l8,
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-24,022
ESSEX SOUTH, (ONT.) !k_ ONTAR/O.
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—13,445
NO.I9
FRONTENAC,(ONT.)
jm p
Wl. N0.20,
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—22,447
GLENGARRY, (ONT.) I ^■QNjmmm*-'
No. 21,
WmM
POPUUTION-CENSUS OF 1891—
GRENVILLE SOUTH, (ONT.)  POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—23,672  No. 23
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—26,341
GREY NORTH, (ONT.) Hlk.^ '£0&!JBS*--
No.24
I   0   L   L   A  N   0
E.  GREMONT
Scale 6 Miles to an inch.
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—26,225
GREY EAST,(ONT.)  ^OMiTARmti-
No.25
ERIE
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-21,463
HALDIMAND & MONCK,(ONT.) 1   OafliMiSBBSl
ULdEsUr
IfjoooanFr"
JLJuL
JPJfM
>    f
\    HSdcz
liijir-jy
No..27
Scale2006Feet to an inch.
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—47,245
HAMILTON. (CITY,) ONT. r
j^ ONTAWiigL^
No. 28
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—18,964
HASTINGS WEST,(ONT.) - i^jT^-^3^^^-^SwXySSS3S=SS^^
*-&mm&*
No. 29
MAD     0   C
KALADAR
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—18,050
HASTINGS EAST, (ONT.) 5Hk -i-OWTAR/m^
No.3o
lrt^^'»piiwiiii
EFFINGHAM ■    ANGLESEA
JONES B/*" j£?"-r'lr \
OW^o-r-^JVI A
Scale 8 Miles to an vich.
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891-22,070
Hi
HASTINGS NORTH, ONT.
jm  ONTAR/O.
POPULATION— CENSUS OF
No.3i,
i^^^Scd^u^jA
HURON  EAST,(ONT.)  No. 32,
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891— -20,021 !    \       ^
STANLr
HURON WEST, (ONT.)  ^QWTARmi^
No.33,
1
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—19,184
HURON SOUTH,(ONT.) L  "1 QNTAR/O.
No. 35
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—19,263
Scale* Mile to anvich. /^4e^la^' ^^O^i
KINGSTON (CITY,) ONT. L rQMTAR/O.
No. 36
PO PULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—24,269
LAMBTON EAST, ONT.  ^•0&%M&>&* ■%--
No. 37
SO        M    B     R     A
/^^^^a/^^^dMt
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—23,446
LAMBTON WEST, (ONT.)  ONTAR/O.
No.38
4/ l^p^    I     N\
l^e^S   U   M    M    O   N  D
^'sb"e C   K   ^vTV   H I        COULBOURNE
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—19,260
LANARK NORTH, (ONT.) L
~ ONTAR/O.
No. 39
D    ALHOUSIE
A     N     A      R      K
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-19,862
LANARK SOUTH, (ONT.) m ^OjVTAR/JOJ^
No.4o,
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—13,521
LEEDS & GRENVILLE,(ONT.)  No.4i
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—22,449
LEEDS SOUTH, (ONT.)  POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—14,900       \   ^
No. 42,
/   0 /^ec^^^cd^^f^-
LENNOX, (ONT.)  rONTAR/O.:
No. 43
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-27,043
LINCOLN & NIAGARA, (ONT.) w ONTARIO.
No. 44
□□□gpooBL'
Q^/
OFeet to an vich.
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—22,281
LONDON. (CITY,) ONT. m
1 " -IrONTAR/O.
No. 45
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—19,090
MIDDLESEX NORTH, (ONT.)  -ommmim
No. 46
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—18,806
MIDDLESEX SOUTH, (ONT.)  No. 47
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—25,569
MIDDLESEX EAST, (ONT.)  wrnmm*--   ^f
No. 48
POPUUTION—CENSUS OF 1891—17,288
MIDDLESEX WEST, (ONT.)  "-*-fiflfisw>sa&3-
Scale 12 Miles to anvich
No. 49
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—26,515
MUSKOKA & PARRY SOUND (ONT.)
1 —  •*-^ ONTAR/O.
No.5i
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—19,400
NORFOLK NORTH, (ONT.) L POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891- 22-70:
NORFOLK SOUTH, (ONT.) L -^■g^rTAR/jOH-
No. 53
%
LAKE
°#TM
^^k^^a&Aa
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—21,995
'^o       NORTHUMBERLAND EAST,(ONT.)  ONTAR/O,
No. 54
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—14,947
NORTHUMBERLAND WEST, (ONT.)  ONTAmO,;
No. 55
Scale 8 Miles to an inch.
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-20,723.
ONTARIO NORTH, (ONT.)  ONTAR/O.
No. 56,
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—19,033
ONTARIO SOUTH, (ONT.) Iff ■■^■mmMMi^
No. 57,
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—18,792
ONTARIO WEST, (ONT.)  Scale2QOOFeetto an-inch.        c    0    U     N    T
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—42.481.
in
OTTAWA. (CITY,) ONT.  oNTAMmn
No. 59
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-26,131
OXFORD NORTH, (ONT.)  ^OffiTAR/G.
No. 60
I
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—52,421
&
'^iMpi&C/^2Z6M4£0C*fdP
OXFORD, SOUTH, (ONT.) • ^OjVTAR/m^
No.61
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891-15,466
PEEL, (ONT.) -
I -^OWTAR/m^
'OPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—26,907
No. 62
PERTH NORTH, (ONT)
I iM ± ON TAR/Or
No.63
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—19,400
PERTH SOUTH, (ONT.) L. ^ON0AR/O.^
No.64
tJe-4MP5
M9CLINT0CK'       SHERBORNE
Scale 8 Miles to an inch
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—21,919
PETERBOROUGH EAST, ONT.  ^ONTAR/O.
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891 I5.8C
No. 65
PETERBOROUGH WEST, (ONT.)  POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—24,173  ONTAR/O.
No. 67
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—18,81
PRINCE  EDWARD,(ONT.)  -ONTAR/O.
No. 68
R    I   C  H  )k   R   DSI<
Scale 6 Miles to an inch.
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—22,4-84-.
RENFREW NORTH, (ONT.)   **" ONTARJO.
No.7o,
(r- ,0#j
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—31,643
RUSSELL, (ONT.) L ONTAR/O.
No.7i
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—28,203
SIMCOE NORTH, (ONT.)  hOJMmR/O.
No. 72
,,c^^v nottawasaI
POPUUTION—CENSUS OF 1891—20,824
SIMCOE, SOUTH, (ONT.)
JIM  ONTAR/O,^
No. 73
Scale .6 Miles to an inch.
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-35,801
SIMCOE EAST, (ONT.)
_U  ^OMTAR/m^
No.74
POPULATION -CENSUS OF Ii
EAST TORONTO, (ONT.)  j u ujj u u uljjjlu u
^ONTAR/O.
J.Lju. lj u u uuuu
No. 75
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—7.3.827.
fSm
WEST TORONTO, (ONT.)  ONTAR/O.
No 76
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—26.632.
&
WmiMvA
or onto
B H B ° U H    TORONTO CENTRE, ONT. -#3S***~
I ?mm*f®?
No. 77
LIVINGSTONEJPyi,HAVELOCK GUILFO{RAD P Y S A RT >. \ G
>-U   M?CLINTOGK; \ W^ERB0UB^j2^T3H<0PJL    |^
J^   mm
FRANKLIN        I      RIDOUT |    HINDON        j    A
Scale 8 Miles to an inch.
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—16,8-
VICTORIA NORTH, ONT.  ONTAR/O,^
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—20,455
No. 78
VICTORIA SOUTH, (ONT.)  ONTAR/O.
NO. 79
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—25,325
QAr/r/JZy^yr/y'
WATERLOO NORTH, (ONT.)  HP        I I    scut*     ^
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—25,139
WATERLOO SOUTH, (ONT.)  *'S$fB£vg/&p-'-
N0.81
LAKJG
POPUUTION-CENSUS OF 1891-25,132
WELLAND, (ONT.)   IF
l~* POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891-24,373
WELLINGTON SOUTH, (ONT.)  oj^ffmRmt
No. 84,
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—23,387
WELLINGTON CENTRE (ONT.) J  ^ojyTAR/mH-
No.85
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-21,629
WENTWORTH NORTH & BRANT, (ONT.)  ONTAR/O.
No. 86
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-26,725.
WENTWORTH SOUTH, (ONT.)
i In   ONTAR/O.
No.88
u
7\
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i
_^---i
o
'-.—°J
cr
v^
D
§s?^H
I
)     i
O
aSi
r-
U-|
■
I
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—35,148
YORK EAST, (ONT.)  No. 89
ALBION
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891-41,857
YORK WEST, (ONT.)   S3i?""
!,« QUEBEC
No. 90
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—15,158
ARGENTEUIL, (QUE.)     ft- qj/m&Ec
No. 93,
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—16,662
BEAUHARNOIS, (QUE.)  QUEBEC
No. 94
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—18,368
BELLECHASSE, (QUE.)    QUEBEC
No. 96
RESTIGOUCHE
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—20,835
'^aA^^!^Ai2<A7q
BONAVENTURE, (QUE.)  POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—14,71
BROME,(QUE.)  —
No. 98
1
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—23.961.
9^/-^ 8B^4il
CHAMBLY & VERCHERES, (QUE.)  QUEBEC
No. 99
fOftTNEVF
THREE   /f/l/E/fS     &    ST    MA(Jfi/C£
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-29,267
4 m
MM
i
I m
i i
CHAMPLAIN, QUE.  QUEBEC
m
No. ioo
/\    § (The Electoral District of Charlevoix is bounded on the
/       \ North and North- West by unsettled territory in Montmor-
\        ency and ChicouUmi which cannot be shown on this scale.)-
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—19,038
CHARLEVOIX, (QUE.) L QUEBEC
No.ioi
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891- I5,8(
CHATEAUGUAY, (QUE.)  mmm
gCt£BEC "\MOUTMOJtENCY\ CHARLEVOIX
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—38,281
CHICOUTIMI & SAGUENAY, (QUE.)
_J  QUEBEC
* /f,J/C H M °  f °     &   /W O L F E
A^   STOKE U~ ■ -o-
No.io3
IRRICE^
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—22,779
COMPTON, (QUE.) Ufa
JL^ QUE$mC§
No. io4
U~X\ 1 BELLECHASSE^  DAAQUAM     \ <^#
m %m   x
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—19,017
DORCHESTER, (QUE.) I.   POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—26,875
GASPEUQUE.) 3ta
««-*» «t'6E
QtlEMEC
No.io7
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-35.766.
HOCHELAGA(QUE.)
—m I. QUEBEC
No. 108,
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—14.385
HUNTINGDON, (QUE.) L QUEBEC
N0.109
TazugreutZ'
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-19-54-3.
JACQUES CARTIER,(QUE.) tfii QUEBEC
No. no
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—22,921
JOLIETTE,(QUE.) ■MTTnif— QUEBEC
No. in
m*A
'OPULATION'-CENSUS OF 1891—20,454
in
KAMOURASKA, (QUE.) t yZftpEBOAfA/f   /
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891— 24,779.
LABELLE, (QUE.) ft^if QUEBEC
No.n3
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-19,065
LAPRAIRIE & NAPIERVILLE, (QUE.) I
§L QUEBEC
■ ■ -i
No.n4
POPUUTION-CENSUS OF 1891—14,661
L'ASSOMPTION, (QUE.) I
— rUES       CA/?r/£ft
StxiZe-j Three.   TnJZes to   one-  zncfcs.
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-16.494
LAVAL, (QUE.)  nnsss*
No.n6
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—25,995
LEVIS, (QUE.) ^frSm No.n7
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—13,823
L'ISLET,(QUE.)  QUEBEC
No. 118
  I     BLAND    ro»0
BPH mmmm
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—20,688
LOTBINIERE, (QUE.)   w I
QUEBEC
No. 120
1
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—17,829 -
MASKINONGE, (QUE.)    -1
NO. 122
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891-19.456.
MISSISQUOI.QUE.
^J  POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—12,131
MONTCALM, (QUE.)  QUEBEC
No. 124
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—14,726
MONTMAGNY, (QUE.)   ■tiffin-^ QUEBEC
^AWRENCE
NO.I26
A      N     T    O    f    N
R        D
Z/\cn:^n:n«^h 111 Mil ■* I i J^AMm
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-24.685"
ST. ANNE,MONTREAL. (QUE.)     'ff QUEBEC
No. 129
POPULATION— CENSUS OF 1891—42.808.
mm
AAe<^?^a^/ ^^
ST. LAWRENCE, MONTREAL, (QUE.)
1  No. i3o
mm
mm*
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—35.830.
ST. JAMES, MONTREAL, (QUE.) •^-ir^jSMifr-'if""--' -" Quzmm
No.i3i
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891-28,735
NICOLET, (QUE.) L QUEBEC
No.i32
CS        of        o N T A K
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-22,084
PONTIAC, (QUE.)  QUEBEC
No.l33
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—25,813
PORTNEUF, (QUE.) 'tTtim     tgffEBEC
No.i36
Scale 300 Feet to an inch
Scale 24-OOFeet to an inch.
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—17.649.
QUEBEC CENTRE, (QUE.)  QUEBEC
No.i37
Ma
^fe
POPUUTION-CENSUS OF 1891—19.503
QUEBEC COUNTY. (QUE.)
Ml *«s QUEBEC
No.i38
i
POPUUTION-CENSUS OF 1891-20,185
ey /
RICHELIEU, (QUE.) flpf
III   I   QUEBEC
No. l4o
■ \
«■
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—33,430
r
RIMOUSKI, (QUE.)
'■ecdatad/ i^2d^C4&%d<?f g™-^ QUEBEC
No. i4i
ST JOHMS & /BERV/llE
M/SS/SQ0O/
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—19.354
ROUVILLE,(QUE.) -t^rsmrr QUEBEC
No.i42
Missisquoi
S-HERBROOKE
ORFORO
B   Ft   O   M   E
1   STAA/STEAD
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—23,263
SHEFFORD, (QUE.)  QUEBE&
No. 143
wf	
X
t*s
/\~-~—
B»l^>"
K^Sf
H   i
v^
Si Clifton
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—16,01
JL
■
SHERBROOKE, (QUE.)  «n
QUEBEC
No.i44,
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—9,608
SOULANGES, (QUE.) ■QL^afi QUEBEC
No. 145
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-18.067
AA^sAAia// ^Atd^fazAA^
STANSTEAD, (QUE.) ■i mmmm
No.i46
<", mm
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891- 21,135
ST. HYACINTHE,(QUE.)  QUEBEC
No.i47
+
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891-23.268.
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ST. JOHNS & IBERVILLE (QUE.)    No.i49
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—23,128
TERREBONNE, (QUE.)
^ I   QUEBEC
TERREBONN E
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891-15,027
TWO MOUNTAINS. (QUE.)  QUEBEC
No.i52,
4
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891-10,792
VAUDREUIL, (QUE.)  QUEBEC
No.i53
p   o   n   r   /   a   c
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POPUUTION-CENSUS OF 1891—38.781.
WRIGHT. (QUE.)  QUEBEC
No.i54
J
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POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—16,0!
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YAMASKA,(QUE.)  WMWi MjA§^NMYA  Iff®#|.  NOVA  SCOTIA.
OF        FTTNDY
No.i55,
SHELBOURNE   &   QUEEN'S   COUNTIES
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—19,350
IIP
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ANNAPOLIS, (N.S.) FT
%a^i ^nova wmm
No.i56,
t?4m$M
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—16,114
ANTIGONISH,(N.S.) L nova  SCOTIA.
No.i57,
*
^
POPULATION—CENSUS OF I89I—34.244
CAPE BRETON, (N.S.)  NOVA  SCOTIA
CUMBERLAND   COUNTY
No.i58
JVIINAS   BASIN
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—27,
1"      COLCHESTER N.S.   1 i
NOVA  SCOTIA)^-
BAY       OF      FUNDy
No. 160,
E     M     E     H        T
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—19,897
DIGBY, (N.S.)
-J &. POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—17,195
GUYSBOROUGH, (N.S.)  /
NOVA  SCOTIA.
No. 162,
>-^«r
CO LCH ESTE
R   COUNTY
POPUUTION-CENSUS OF 1891—71,358
HALIFAX, (N.S.) Sja ^B—      -
tNOVA  SCOTtyH*-
No.i63,
HALIFAX   COUNTY
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891-22,052
HANTS, (N.S.) -'•-£- sskj ^&mm smmm
No.i64,
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—25,779
INVERNESS, (N.S.) m ^$ffVA  S^ff0.§^--
M/jvas
No.i65,
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—22,489
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KINGS,(N.S.)  ^   r L A N TIC
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WULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—31,075
LUNENBURG, (N.S.)    nov4\ sjsmom.^-
N0.168
1
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—14,399
AdAtAdaA' vAdAdrffaA^A
RICHMOND, (N.S.)  ^mjfA  SCOTIA.
No.169,
ANNAPOLIS    CO UN T \
A   7
L  A  N T.I C
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—25,566
/AAAdd^^^dddAcA^
SHELBURNE & QUEEN'S, (N.S.)
1  NOVA   SCOTIA.
No.i7o,
4 T LAN TIC
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—12,432
VICTORIA,(N.S.) H NOVA  SCOTIA.
PoriMzMarul,
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—22,216 \
No.i7i,
i
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YARMOUTH, (N.S.) L. iNDEfoMAP N^m^BmuNsmjm
1 ff NEW BRUNSWICK.
No. i72
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—10,971
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ALBERT, (N.B.)  Ng4W BRUNSWICK,
No.i73
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—22,529
CARLETON,(N.B.)  NEW BRUNSWICK.
No. i74     I   NEW BRUNSWICK.
No.i78
W*&
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-25,713
NORTHUMBERLAND, (N.B.)
COUNTY im NEW BRUNSWICK.
No.l79
POPUUTION-CENSUS OF 1891-8,308
AAteedrt-at/
RESTIGOUCHE, (N.B.)  Amp B^fUNSm^K:
No.180
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Scale JO Miles to an, inch.
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—17,914.
AAdedaA^AAAAtiA^
mm
SUNBURY & QUEEN'S, (N.B,  NEW BmUNSWICK.
No.l8l
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—24,184
Scale 2OO0 Feet to cm, mch. W^F ////    '..  ,'' /, ///,:,
ST. JOHN, (CITY,) N.B. I Ngm BRUNSWfjmt
No. 182
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-49,574
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FAdedMads^td^^
ST. JOHN CITY & COUNTY (N.B.)  NjEm BRUNSWICK.
No.i83
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-18,217
SM^,^A U*   Kg VICTORIA, (N.B.)  NjEW BR4M&Jltf4CKt ass™ 9£FVf B0JJNSW/CK.
No.i85
1CT0R1A COUNTY
S    U   N    B   U    R   Y
COUNTY
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—30,979
AA?&?dhZad/ ^Zdcdddc^^
YORK, (N.B.)' I WffJ&L Wlffi^&&M?ifS£k m?WARD ISjLAND.
YOjtT
^VMBEHLAsn     SrBAl^S  PRINjBg ED WARD   ISLAND.
No.l86
h^=^Wb*
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—21,694
Y>i<Zd
KINGS, (P.E.I./ 1 mmcE edwa^m island.
No. 187
GULF     or    ST  LAWRENCE
Iserland    stR
M^fc
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—20,723
PRINCE EAST,(P.E.I.)  PRINCE EDWARD  ISLAND.
No. 188
POPULATION—CENSUS QF 1891— 20.987
PRINCE WEST, (P.E.I.)  PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND:
No. 189
U
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PO PUUTION—CENSUS OF 1891—23.464
QUEEN'S EAST (P. E.I.)  PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
No. 190
fc£*y
TftVj
'^RLAND Sl^l<V
PO PULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—22,210
QUEEN'S WEST, (P.E.I.) fr   ^
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
No. 191
NEW   WESTMINSTER
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—17.866.
FAAAdA^^dAiA^^
BURRARD, (B.C.)
—  BRITISH COLUMBIA.
N0.192
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WASHINGTON,'
POPULATION -CENSUS OF 1891—24.360.
WM
NEW WESTMINSTER, (B.C.)  UEBN     CHARr,
BmmiSH COLUMBIA.
No.193
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Scale24.Miles to an inch.
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—18,229
^Z^^Qm^A^A
VANCOUVER, (B.C.) 1 Bmmtmr Columbia.
No. 194
'caU 120Chains to an Inch.
POPUUTION-CENSUS OF I89I-I8.538
VICTORIA, (B.C.) ifeS BRITISH COLUMBIA.
No. 195
Scale 72 Miles to anjjich.
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—19,180
'■ads' ^dddtddutd/s
YALE & CARIBOO. (B.C.)    MANITOBA.
No. 196
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891—25.575.
AAcdodad/'^FdcdFU^C^
BRANDON, (MAN.)  imWjITOBA.
No. 197
Scale 12'Miles to ah. inch.
POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891—28.585.
LISGAR, MAN.  MANITOBA.
NO.IQ8
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MARQUETTE, (MAN.)
POPULATION-CENSUS OF 1891-13.123.    MANITOBA.
N0.200
■(&.
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POPULATION—CENSUS OF 1891-15.469.
PROVENCHER, (MAN.)    MANITOBA.
No. 202
POPULATION—CENSUS OF
WINNIPEG, (CITY) MAN.   \WX Pi   

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