Post Offices Established, June 12, 1868
|Government Notice (Post Office) (1868)
June 12, 1868
|Canada Gazette, Volume I, Number 51Published in the|
THE FOLLOWING NEW POST OFFICES WERE ESTABLISHED IN CANADA ON THE 1st JUNE, 1868.
|NAME OF OFFICE.||TOWNSHIP.||ELECTORAL COUNTY.||PRO-
||Gaspé.||Q.||Joseph O. Goulet.|
|Ste. Flore.||Cap de la Madelaine.||Champlain.||Q.||Jean Melançon.|
|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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