Post Offices Established, June 12, 1868

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Government Notice (Post Office)  (1868) 
June 12, 1868
Published in the Canada Gazette, Volume I, Number 51

THE FOLLOWING NEW POST OFFICES WERE ESTABLISHED IN CANADA ON THE 1st JUNE, 1868.

NAME OF OFFICE. TOWNSHIP. ELECTORAL COUNTY. PRO-
VINCE.
POSTMASTER.
Griffin Cove.
Gaspé. Q. Joseph O. Goulet.
Kelso. Elgin. Huntingdon. Q. Peter McFarlane.
Montlouis. Montlouis. Gaspé. Q. Louis Saintange.
Ste. Flore. Cap de la Madelaine. Champlain. Q. Jean Melançon.
Taylorholme. Gloucester. Russell. Q. Chas Taylor.
opened on 1st april, but not reported.
St. Mary's Ferry, (Way Office).
York. N.B. C. L. Estabrooks.

Post Office Department,

Ottawa, 12th June, 1868.


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