a subsidiary or subordinate town; a town that has a name and Zip code but which is governed by another town
"Why not change the name Sparksville to bytown, and give that as your reason, sir," suggested Smith.
The very name of bytown was discarded as being too American and commonplace.
Md Selects Ottawa (bytown) as seat of government, 85; jubilee address to, 283.
His first proposition was that they should go with him to Mapleton, while their father chose to idle about bytown.
This was the way in which bytown came to have a lover of music among its permanent inhabitants.
bytown had not yet arrived at that stage of civilization in which an ornamental element is supported at the public expense.
bytown hasn't seen its best days yet, by a long chalk, I guess.'
But the inhabitants of bytown were not in the way of paying much attention to the theories of physicians in regard to climate.
He entered the backwoods village of bytown literally on the wings of the wind.