|Dates: ||1826, 28 January - 1914, 26 August|
|Born: ||UK, Northern Ireland, County Antrim, Rathlin Island|
|Died: ||US, CA, Los Angeles|
His publication The Photographic portfolio, a monthly view of Canadian scenes and scenery, advertised in 1857, and issued in parts between 1858 and 1860 was published in Quebec City. Copies rarely included the printed blue cover.
No. 1  The Metropolitan Church, Quebec.
No. 2  View on Cap Rouge Road.
No. 3  The "Ice Boat."
No. 4  Valley of the River St. Charles.
No. 5  Winter Scene in Lower Canada.
No. 6  Montmorency Falls.
No. 7  Wilson's Monument.
No. 8  Wolfe's Monument.
No. 9  Spencer Wood.
No. 10  The Harbour. (Taken from the Governor's Garden.)
No. 11  The Natural Steps. (On the Montmorenci.)
No. 12  The Montmorenci, (Above but near the Cataract.)
He also created "McLaughlin's Quebec directory, with a plan of the city: containing an alphabetical list of the inhabitants generally, a business directory devoted to the interests of assurance and electric telegraph companies, and business and professional men, supporters of this work : also, tide table, public offices, incorporate bodies, taxes, Canadian tariff, national societies, etc."
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